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INSURANCE
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIHAy MORNING, MARCH 26, 1909.
nils Of PYTHIAS   ���k convicts fail in
'   om hall! mm M- wra
SOIU HON Of .TRlff
OF _ ^on
peNew^uilding Dedicated
^Hundreds Crowd to Inaugural "Ai Home."
TV dedica110" <
,., building
f castle Hall, t'ae
at   the   corner  ol
1 ' ,��� th, Knlgh - _J Pythias, wns
m�� i i;,st evening with befitting
*JJ Following the dedication
K tff0 lodges, Royai No. C a*d
Lite No-16. ^ 4 s were throw,,
Lio in- crowd of visitors who had
Uired lavli ��� l':v,>r*v otganI'
Elonintbe city, and nearij every
MU*�� n ' ' ��� '""J'""1 thwcas
jelegatioB Including a number
, the uniform rank, from Vancouver.
m ioo "v I. and the handsome
w ball wn- packed to the doors.
an; tank the opportunity before, nnd
(-er   the   BOBcert,    to    inspect  till
gHlt-g.
Ij addition to tbe large hall for the
Mlhts' use, there is a smaller ball
lor tii,*   Orangemen,   and numerous
Umittee   and   clonk rooms.     The
BildinF baa been furnished on a lav-
ib scale.    The   lighting especially
4,1s for commendation.
Concert.
Tb,.   concert    wa<    much enjoyed.
ost ol the lending vocalists of the
|tj being presenl      Miss Munn was
eic .lent   vole,-,   responding with
'just Someone.'     when    encored  tor
j Kingdom," and recalled afto- a
leHghtf.il rendering of "Eileen A,Una,'
ftp gave a pretty *" c_tlmentai  se.ee-
k)d.   Needles to say her reception
���as (tithuelastic      Miss  I.alrd  sang
capital form    "The Glow Worm,
. of courso wai    calico on  again,
iis time, she chose ,i  Scottish  air.
In* Smith chose "Violets," and Miss
Btiip  Tidy    r-.ited     a    selection,
'alt.ful Unto Death,"   having   spell reference to thp    Pythian order,
r t!iih she was encored.
Male Voices.
A. G Wi.'.ijms won applause with
kep ia tie Deep," and "Drinking,"
WOfllihrorites, the encores being
1�� Bugler; and "The Diver."     A
poi base leici- is always welcome.
atrtotic sentiment, as well    ns the
laanf; of the -one. won a recall for
If Johniton.     n.. gave "The Wet"
Vu the ��� ��� ��� on   ,, "Th.. Admiral's
Oscar It- ding's "Prelude'
pl.ij. '    ;.   MUSsea K. Forrest
-1 C Maxwell, and D. Maxwell and
K' ''>���    ll Is to be    hoped the
the violin more
public concerts.     Miss Vase ably
WBpanied, and Fowlers    orchestra
I'M various selections.      After the
"wmii.- Pythian Sisters served re-
^'mts in th,    ianquatlng    room.
J Ma:,on''!' -ini-d the chair.
Principles  of  Order.
����chairman ai the outset extend-
me to tha visitors.
P. Pergu on, v  d <;. c, in the
!f of an excellent speech, thanked
bdlenc. for turning out in such
evening to com-
IBOR AND CAPITAL
Skelton Again Falls Down in Endeavor
to    Leave    Hospitable    Shelter   of
B.  C.  Penitentiary.
Three c mvlcts w-,,. frustrated In
an attempi to escape from the B. C.
penltentlarj Wednesday afternoon
shortly after four o'clock. Skeltonj
the convict who escaped with Labour,
dette, a few weeks ago, nnd who was
recaptured after a few hours' liberty,
Is said to hav.. been ine ringleader in
the ttempt jail delivery, i,v companions 'ning long-term men.
Instructor Imlah, who was in charge
Of ii gang of fifteen men in the brickyard, being dissatisfied with the actions of Borne iif the convicts, ordered
three of them Into their cells The
men walked away in the direction of
the building, but Instead of going inside, made a rush for the high wooden fence which BUrrounds ihe prison
brickyard. Imlah, who was unable v>
leave his gang to follow the convicts,
fired thre,- shots, the alarm signal,
which was r��-sponded to by a number
of guards who quickiy secured the
three would-be escapes, who were already at work lipping off boards in
the f-nce. The convicts were marched
to th<-ir cells and left in Boll tary confinement They will be disciplined
by Warden J. C. Rrown.
King of Italy Asks His Government to Find Means of
Avoiding Class Struggles.
TWO MEN ASSAULTED   ��P���S Alt after;:   |, (AN IS TIED
AT MIDNIGHT HOUR
WESTMINSTER PLAVtKS
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ONE OF FOUR REMAINS
TO TELL Of LONG WALK
Three  Americans Die  in  Wilds of Bolivia   on   Jaunt   From   Buenos
Ayres to New York.
New York. Marcil 25.���According to
Clarenc _. Hay, secretary of th- U.
S. delegation to the rece_t Pan-
American Scientific congress who arrived today on the Prince August
WUhelm, three American pedestrians,
members of a party of four that
start, d to v alk overland from Buenos
Ayres to New Vork City, two years
ago, died recently in the wilds ol Bo
Uvla. The fourth member, a mail
named Emllio Smith, is now In Chin-
,.ro-. Peru, where be was Been by
Hay.
Smiili told Hay thai al ���-. a series
of hardships hla companions���Walter
Ryan. Theodore Wlntergren and Alberto Lain man-had succumbed to
Disease contracted during their trip
from Argentine to Bolivia. Smith
himself had been seriously ill several limes, but ho intended to push on
alone and complete tbe Journey to
\,-w York, even if it took bim a dozen
years.
Rome, March 25.���At the opening of
parliament yesterday the King said
that the government would labor to
find an equitable solution of the con-
fllct between capital and labor and to
substitute co-operation of all the so-
called classes fur fruitless struggles.
His majesty said mat negotiations
were   at   present   being   conducted   be-
tween it.ily and other countries with
the aim of ensuring general peace.
I lull's relations with foreign powers were good, his majesty said, and
the triple alliance continued efflca-
ciously to contribute to the maintenance of peace. This alliance threatened nobody, injured the rights of nobody, and never had in any way interfered! ;vlth the cordiality existing between i;s members and other countries.
Hi< remarks frequently were Interrupted bj applause, and at their con-
elusion I,is majesty was given an ovation. ,
LIBERAL VICTORY
IN   ALBERTA  COMPLETE
One Victim May Have Ribs
Broken-Italian Is Beaten
With Milk Measure.
"Chick"   Robertson ��� May  Jom   Saintly
City   Lacrosse  Te_we=_<_l'ute'Xjs.&
Approached.
FIVE CEN I S PER COPV.
A young man, whose name is withheld by the city police, was picked up
outside- the Merchants' hotel about
midnight.     He was in a .serious con- | co
Winnipeg, March 25.���Later returns indicate the victory of the Rutherford government in Alberta elections
Monda; ae mere complete than at
lirsi suppos.-d. Only two straight
Conservatives were elected, Bennett
in Calgary, Hood.ey in Okotoks, but
t,he latter may yet lose, as his majority Is only 55 with live polls to
come in. Two lad-pendent Liberals
Were elected, Mlchener in Red Doer,
nnd McLean In Lethbrldge district,
and one Socialist, O'Brien in Rock
Mountain foal Mining district. Twelve
opposition candidates lost their deposits, including the opponets of Premier Rutherford and  Hon. W.  Findliiy.
W. W.  B.  MclNNES FOR
COUNTY COURT JUDGE
pwate tl
He
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ning of the Castle
Pointed   out   that in the
101 ih,   I
order young men
e      Rlghl     I
���BUB ACHIEVEMENT
IDERBD REMARKABLE
P'oi of    a
������raise   and     Admiration
V��ic!dw^" Peal of Antart
ExP^er. Becomes Known
tic
J!j��nUou.�� ch ���. , .
���tutrs ,,.,.' Ueutonuni Shack-
V,v,    ' I   dl coverles
f:.������,. ..' ���   of praise and
life," '    explorers, ge-
lv;,   ��� ""si..        Louis
1                "'Vie, ������   |,   ,
P'"'ov. ,.-��� was wuh the
fH,u;, , '"' ' '"   expedition   in
P day,     " '"  "'ed  journey  ol
_h en'<"iiiiv", conditions  as
PWflcem r ""' "'' l1'" ,noS'
1 '   the   annals    of
BORN  ON   BATTLEMELD,
SHE   DIES   IN   MICHIGAN
Detroit,    Mich.,     March    25.   -Mrs.
Mari  Ann Sullivan, who was born ou
ib.   battlefield of Waterloo, died yes
tei,lay in  Si.  Luke'      hospital.      She
was 9. >, ars old.     Hi r father, V\ 11-
Ham Southall, belongi d to the Royal
Walsh  Fusiliers, and  her mother accompanied    the    troops    in the war.
jusi   befon   the  battle  Mis.  Southall
started   from thi   ii- Id    to gel   some
i i.indy foi a sick soldi" v bui wa
,|. r.d back bj the Duke of Wellln   ���
who shouted to her  do back, woman, ib ���   -booting   ii;i-* commenced.
Terrified,   the  young   woman   ran   |(>-
ward n small grove,   where she reli
Into n swoon, lying unconscious dining much of the battle.     When ber
plight was discovered there lay beside
her ii little daughter, who grew to ''
the woman who died yesterday.
Ottawa, Marcli 25.���It is understood
that the appointment of W. W. H. Mc?
Inn-'s to the vacant county court
judgeship of Vancouver will be made
within a short time. He Wl 1 take the
place on the bench of the late Judge
Cane.
It is regarded as probable that an
Increase in the salary for the position
will he announced at the same time
us the :ippointmtvnt of Mr. Mclnncs is
made.
YERKES   ESTATE   IN
HANDS   OF   A   RECEIVER
dition, and men carried him into
Sato's restaurant, where Dr. Kenny attended bim. The man, who is a
shingle bolt worker, had apparently
been 'assaulted in some quarre:, from
the results of which he was Suffering.
Smne ribs are supposed to be broken,
The .Mohawk Lacrosse club, of St.
Paul, Minn., has made offers to two
New Westminster intermediate players, Alex. Robertson and (iirard Clute,
to appear in a  maroon uniform this
niing   season.      The  Mohawks  are
and on the doctor's advice he was re-
planning a series of games this summer which will include several eastern
Canadian cities, Winnipeg, Regina,
Moose Jaw. Calgary and Nelson, the
tour being billed to unish at Seattle,
where the Saintly city boys will play
against either the Vancouver? or the
moved to the police station, where he
remains, pending further examination.
The man had been drinking. A eom-
panlon who had spent the evening
with the victim of the assault temporarily left his chum shortly before the
latter was hurt, find'jg him lying on
the sidewalk groaning in pain a few
minutes later.
Mixup Across   River.
Shortly before midnight thi re was I
trouble  in  Boyd  in,I    Craig's camp,
acr .ss  the  river, a  swarth.    son  of '
Sunny  Italy   beins;   soundly    artered j
over the head  with a milk  measure. .'
said    instrument    of   offence    being
wielded by two men, one a Siwash,
and the other a white man, the aggres- j
sors   taking  turns  in  making   funny
noises  on    Nick    Larrilii's cranium.
During the castigation of King Victor I
Emmanuel's subject, the milk measure |
was  slightly    dented,    besides  being
stained with the punished one's blood. I
Fearing the  useful  vessel  would  be'
damaged beyond repair.  Nick  gave s
fast exhibition of Cousin Dornndo pursuing Longboat la a Marathon grind,
running in  bare feet to    the watchman's shelter    on    the    Fraser river
bridge, whence information of the hos-
'jlities at the camp was conveyed to
the provincial police.
Westminsters during the A.-Y.-P. fair.
Definite replies have not yet been
sent by either of the players approached, but there is a strong probability that Robertson will go easi. Although he has never played in senior
company, he Is fully qualified to till
a place on the St. Paul team, being
one of the huskiest intermediates in
this city. He played with the Reglnas
in past seasons.
ARE RUEF MUST PREPARE
BILL OF EXCEPTION AT ONCE
TO CUPID'S WING
Long  Delay   Engineered   By   Lawyers
of Grafting Boss of San Francisco Soon to End.
San  Francisco,  Marcli    25.���Notice
i was served on Abraham  Ruef  today
that the bill of exception that his attorneys have been pi<*paring since his
sentence on December 27 of last year
must  be submitted  to  the court immediately or the case will be submitted to the    district    court of appeal
without any bill of exceptions.
This notice was given to Ruef's at-
PRESS CONFERENCE torn-y. James E. Peaiberton who told
WILL BE IMPORTANT ;tno> court that he did not know when
thi   bill of exceptions would be ready.
liondoii,  March  25.���Tin-   Imperial
press conference is assuming an Importance little anticipated when It was
first  mooted.    The conference will be   ol" one'
non-political in  the strictest sense of [
the  term.    The Pritish committee ol ' MANILA
one   hundred    journalists    comprises
the lenders of both parties.   .Members !
of the British cabinet will preside in!     Manila
turn  at  the conference meetings, for I the strlk
which Sir Edward Grey has placed the
foreign office  nt  the disposal  of   the
committee,
He was instructed to find out whether
it was Ruef's intention to allow the
appeal to go to the higher court with-
STREET   OAR
STRIKE   IS   NOW   OVER
una  strei
Chicago, March 25.���Attorneys iot-
Mrs. Mary Yerkes, widow of the irae-
n'oii king, this afternoon filed a petition In the superior court for the appointment of a receiver nnd trustee
for the Yerkes  estate.
... Hindu mimed Pula Kangh was
admitted to the Royal Columbian hospital last evening with a broken leg.
He works iu the yards at Fraser mil! .
but the details of the accident are un-
known
Eburne  Gets New Pastor.
At  a meeting ��f iue Westminster
Presbytery  held in tlie First Presbyterian   church   jresterda]    afternoon, j
the call extended by Eburne to Kev.
J. H. White, of L-idner, was accepted-1
The induction of the new Incnm ent ]
will  take place on Monday. April  19,1
when Kev. J. FL Can., ron will preach. |
Kev. Mr. Met'iliivrny will address the
minister, and Kev. J. A. Logan will ad
dress the congregation.     The Ladner
March 25.���The leaders ot
and boycott against the Ma-
t railways and one Of the
i-liiineieial houses of Manila have
called (.hem off. Both Btrlkes have
failed from their Inception, bin the
boyootl against the street ear system
has been partially effective. Th.
union in i-ontrol of the strike has announced plans to reorganize along
ities which will lead to greater sympathy between 'abor ntul capital. The
general labor situation has improved
and i' is doubtful if more strikes will
occur.
White Maiden Who Would
Marry Japanese Hooted By
Hostile Crowds.
San Francl-co, March 25.���Amid
hoots and yells, banging of tin cans,
and an ironical shower of rice and
ilo'a.i., Mrs. John Emery, wife of
Archdeacon Emery, 'of the Episcopal
church, and her daughter, Miss Helen
Gladys Kmery, whose engagement to
Ounjlro Aoki, a Japanese, arrayed
public sentiment against them, left
their home at Cor:,.. Madera last evening.
Tin y came to San Francisco, but almost immediately ,lu��nt"ted for Taeo-
nni, Wash. Aoki was not with them
when they left San Francisco, but
joined his fiancee and her mother before- thvy  reached  Sacramento.
The mother and daughter upon the
arrival in San Francisco from Corte
Madera last evening were met in the
ferry depot by tbe secretary of Bishop
Nichols. Archdeacon Emery did not
appear al the ferry, nor was he at the
Corte Madera station earlier when his
wife and daughter faced the hostile
crowd. Apparently he has not
changed his attitude of opposition to
the prospective marriage of Miss Emery and his former Japanese house
servant.
No Courtesies in Oregon.
Portland, March 25.���Should Mis.,
Helen Gladys Eme.y, daughter of
Archdeacon Emery, of California and
Ounjlro Aoki, ber Japanese lover, attempt to obtain a marriage license ln
Oregon, as reported, they will find
that the path of love, so far as mixed
marriages of that sort is concerned,
does not fare very smoothly in On-
yon. They will not be permitted to
wed ln Oregon for the very good reason that the law of the state of Oregon forbids tb.- marriage of whlte-
and Orientals.
Nor will the pith of Aoki and Miss
Emery .be on.- of unsullied bliss in
Portland, even if ttiey do not attempt
to obtain a right to marry from thp
lie. nse clerk. 1 he district attorney
announced today thai should they ap-
i pear on the streets of Portland arm-
in-arm, as is the wont or true lovers,
they will be arrested as commo.i
nuisances. Tb, re IS a statute of extremely broad lin.s. which permits th..
district attorney to make such arrest-
when In his Judgment such are necessary, and he says he will not be at a i
backward in exerting his prerogative
-hould Aoki and his American fiancee
attempt to walk the streets of Portland together.
It is reported that the Aoki-Em-rv
party will proceed northward to Ta.
ooma in their efforts to find some one
to pronounce the words that will make
Aoki and Miss Emery husband and
wife.
E^seball  Girls Coming  West.
The Chicago Ladles' baseball team
 .ii . , IwOl-wain be touring *the west with
April  is. Rev. J. S. Henderson, of Hii-i; '   ' '    '
city,   being   named   moderator until
such  time as n  minister is appointed,
Bid SANATORIUM EOR
CHILDREN PLANNED
NOVEL SMUGGLING SUHEME
DISCOVERED IN NEW YORK
GOMPERS   ATTACKS
TAFT AND ROOSEVELT
f>lar ���Vh,
���Woratlon
"' teolo, "' to" opinion that
'     oth.-r   result!   ol
���   the belief
^ ierk)d '"  "���� at some
,  ��l -,.,,. "t tin,,, it now
i of less n-
���   Hai the climate
������t| 1   thai   .be   Ice
��-- rontim��t I. di-
Washington, Marcli 26.- Samuol
Oompers, president of the Vmerlcan
Federation of Labor, in an editorial >u
thai
President  Tuft lias depart-,1 from the
Roosevelt Ideas regarding ,aborJ"['
thai  Roosevelt  ceased lrom ftttBCKJ��
���'malefactors of greai  wealth" during
the  ������,,..���   presidential campalfj ��
or,|, ,   to seen!'.- lhe supi"
tiess Interests of the country f��r
llnlihi
Tim city Council will meet
linue the consideration of      ��� '
mate,   tonight,      No de]        ' ;
he received, ns the wo.1< mm" '   '"
pleti i : ��� once,
Wire  and   Pulley   Used   By   Smugfjlers
in   Evading   Customs  Officers���
Suspects  Under Arrest.
I
.New Vork. March l'5. Customs
house officers believe they have discovered a no.-'d method of smuggling
IH,,i ashore.- it js charged that ������
trunk containing goods valued al
��� ,,M .i was swung ashore from the
American liner Philadelphia recentlj
by means of. a wire and pulley. Bl
��� i,i> method a trunk or bos might be
liolsted quietly from a vessel and t'111"'
|ed along the wire ro an adjoining
pjer where there was no boai nnd COn-
rjuently no customs inspector.
Hubert Schwartz, baggagemaster of
the American line, was arrested ye_
,, rday, and another employee of the
company was detained ns a winv.
Itoth of the men were locked up In
the Tombs.
to advices received here yesterday,
and will probably contract for a match
in iliis <iiy.' This aggregation pro-
vided much amusemenl lure last siiin-
ii"'t. when ii Buffered defeat at the
hands of the locals by a large margin.
,'Tlte team traveling with Captain Uir-
dle Carlton     his season Is:     Frank
IMyera, pitcher; .kick Regan, catcher;
[Blanche Orrle, first .base; Birdie CaH-
Pz-emier   Now.iKowit?, I:on.   second   base.   Helen   Bueston,
|shortstop; F.n Howard, third base;
Clr-re Hopkins, right field; Alice Lan-
sin-- Held;  Elsie Erickson, left
SERVIAN CROWN PRINCE
RENOUNCE!! SUCCESSION
i In   Letter   to
Prince   George   Announces   IntMl
tions in  Tins Regard.
Belgrade.   March   " ���    Ueoff.     vi.
.rown paince of Servia, has >en,v
bis  right of BUCCCSslon IO -h�� Servian
throne. This action is the r-uii ������
a bitter press campaign, in which the
crown prince was accused of being
ibi- cause of the rectW "b ol ��n.-
nt his servants, a mnn by 'be MMN6
of Kolakovltz.
In a letter to Premier Novakownz
this morning the crown nnnce nn-
di\.uncod thai he has taken this step
rather than rest under the suspicion
ot having murdered his servant, bid
thai by lb,- lennnei.'i'i >n he will forego ai; special prlvii.  and Immunities that nttnch Io the person Of the
heir or the throne Continuing, he
expressed bis willingness lo trio.
abroad for a ! mgth;     ijourn.
EIGHT   WORKMEN   KILLED
BY A  FALLING  WALL
Chi.'..      March 25.���Elgin workmen
We_   ki i.-d by a falling wall nt the
-took vat,Is todaj    Three bodies were
. i soon after the wall, which
!eft standing after tha lire that
. dently d.��troyed one <>i' Darling <_
Co.'* warehouse, collapsed.    The   nn
were  at   work   demolishing  what    re
ilia,ued nf the rubied  slruetiii'e  when
thi    Idem occurred.
The death b :| P'nce at the
iin    hospital    of    Mrs.
Rob-  t on. - Ifi "i the H't" James it,,
v  en "i   i   ai  Burnaby  n
i tion "i f.iillni:
Clime.
Philanthropist    Donates    $500,000    lor
Establishment of Place for Sick
and Crippled  Infants.
Ni n Vork. March 25. -a phlian
throplsi h ,i |50O,000 for the
estabUshmen ..; _. ; ... lanatorlum ai
I'liappai-ua. \v- . county, north
of this elty, for gioft and crippled
children. Announcement of the gift
was made last . the Children's
Aid society.
The bui din ��� ..ml grounds of a former boarding ichool will be used for
���he purpose and will be ready by June
15.     It will accommodate 'too chn-
di-ii    The ground consists of sevent-
acres and the aodety already has   \
pended 1150,000 foi Improvements and
alterations,
POPE ANXIOUS TO SEE
WRIGHT AIRSHIP IN FLIGH ,
Chicago,  March 25.--The Pope. ac-
ding to a special cable to the Dallj
from Rome today, wishes to see
Wilbur Wright fly.     He received Han
C   li. iv financial agent of the Wrigbi
brothers   today,  and   said   that   when
Wilbur Wright   came   to   Rome hi
hoped ibe dorlng ..viator would fly di-
ieet|> over the Vatican, so as to gSw
. upnnts    a    chance to see the
"  "plane.
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PR,DAY, MARCH 26
1909.
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ine
vertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE.    .    PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
Man    wants    but    little    here    be low���but  he  will  have  to  advertise  if he expects to get it.     Advertising may not bring visible  results every week  in  proportion to its cost, any  moro that    a    salesman    _oes
advertising as a selling help staflds 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;   the   hurt "'  '^
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." ��� Chicago  Re.o^H ^
���lecOrd-Herald.
PERSONAL.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC
MONUMENTAL WORKS
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial ;hc companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League. Box 1301,
Vancouver.
ARTHUR      O'CONNOR,     POULTRY   B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG lADY CASHIER,
must be experienced and furnish
ri ferences, and also young lady vocalist for ihe afternoons. Apply in
person between 10 and 12 a.m. today at the Crystal Theatre,
���breeder, 1019 Eleventh street, and (
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels lor
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wrfte your requirements.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
FISH AND GAME.
BENSON <& AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
I THE FRASER VALLEY NURSBRU-S,
Ltd., Burnaby Luke -For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
RESTAURANTS.
LOST.
LOST ��� SILVER     WATCH      WITH
ml lob, on Columbia street, Thursday.     Finder please  return to A.
Speck.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNi-UKH
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
FOUND.
LINOLEUM    LENGTH    FOUND    ON |
Twelfth street.    Owner   can   have
same on applying at once at city police station and paying cost of this
advertisement.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR   RENT���FURNISHED   HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 812 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 in each suite, all outside
rooms with good light, prices moderate. Dominion Trust Company,
Ltd., Agents.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone .SO. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.   O.   Box  811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, hea.i
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH.
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzing. Oulnn &. Falrley, phone
���1117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C,   HA.MBER,    ACCOUNTANT   AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795-
ARCHITECTS.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 2ii0 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout.. The Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Arch, r, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Homo
rooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROLLER  RINK.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee-
supplies, etc. 'JiilO Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agues stre I ,
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12"; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 lo 10.
Admission 10c;   Skates, 25c
REAL   ESTATE.
REAL  ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 11. C.
���P. lt. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
6, phone 334.
TWO ACRES, five miles out, at a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an Idi al i hlcken
ranch at small cost; $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the **.osl pari of Burnaby at $125 each, 50 by I.0; easy
terms.
��� AILORS.
QALV!N'   :' ��� t; ladle, m
Tn"ns   tailor' '  ��lve patted
'" ladl( ��M-_.Pn��
lng :'!'''  repal <m short noti���
Phone  B350.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon Hock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., NeW
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Pulvic. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196
Telephone 64
WADE, W-_EA1_.BR & McQUARRIE
(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. 408 Hastings Strevt west.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  suburban  property.
200 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store next to telephone office.
STORE���On Columbia street, Sapper-
,    ton, to rent; $15 per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line,  Burnaby,  for  $100   and    1126
each;   $25 down, balance  at 7 per
cent.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and  Insurance.  Phone  335. 186
I     Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth stre,:, $17
per month.
ABBOTT <��- HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager), Real estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P, O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
PEERS & RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby p opertj b
speclatly,    Room  7   Hamley   block.
P, O. Box U.S. plum,. 364.
DIAMOND    \-    CORBOULD,    SIXTH
Sll'eet.
FOR SALE-HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 tr foot; will be worth $25 a
foot In a year's time. Compare
this with other prices,
FOR SALE���125-ACRE FARM LANG
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, Bchooi,
Btore, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
Fr ater n al Sociel
ies
O.O. F.     .MIT. I   IDGE       iu
The :"'", ol this todjl
are held In i I' hall, i  ���,,,
bla  street, .,
at s "' ' isoa, Mii-l
grand.   W. C. (
OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nil
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B j���l
Red Rose i '..J
Fourth We I ��� .1
���i K of I'. Hall, rvhimbla i\M
3 |   in.. Whll ,',l
V\ ednesday In each month,9
time nnd  plac
v O. U. W.���FKAS.K LODG-nTll
-Meetings the first and itilr.fol
day    In    each    u v...-^l
brethren cordlall. Invited to ^3
Lodge room, A 0. D, W, ha,;.M.|
f.llows'   block,  Clarkson street
'-OURT  BRUNETTE, No. 4099, 1.0/1
-Meets the Fourth Frlilaj* in I
month  at  8  o'clock. In the
hall, Oddfellows   ui >ck.
RING UP PHONE 185 FOR QUICK,
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; .quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING. ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Co-
llimbla street.     Phone  62.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCHI
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phono 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, Now Westminster, B. C.
F. NASH. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR.
5 and 6 Hamley block, New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS. ~
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVF.RY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's stioe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers    in    eletcrical    machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
phone 331. P. O. box 928.
MUSIC
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECOR
ATING.
; MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Anielll. R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and Of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
Blnging nnd harmony.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kal-somlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
J. J. JOHNSTON, DIVONT In.OCK.
Columbia street, phone 169
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
, half from car terminus. Sapperton; prices and terms verj reasonable.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near Irani Office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, vibur an
tracts, farm lands, and chicken
ranches.
WK HAVE TWO FINE LOTS, a double corner in the West End, near
car, for $200 each;   terms.
WE CAN DELIVER YOU 5 nice lots
near Twelfth street car. opposite Or
phanage, for $250 each; a third
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
A 3-ROOM HOUSE and a cleared lot
00x150 feet on Eleventh Btreet, lor
$700, on easy terms.
WK HAVE A FINE BLOCK of 21  bus
In district   lot 53,   G6xl32, lane al
buck, on opened Btreet,  for $220(1;
e.vt terms.     This is a snap;  53-is
l    selling rapidly.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL Fi'KNI.URE
and all kinds of new aad secondhand goods. Speck & Orandell,
near Tram office.
���RATERNAL ORLiER OF EAGLEH
Ae.rle No, 20 Meets every T-xatii
evening at S p. tn., in the Lgla
hall. Columbia street. A. Clul
W.  Pres;   EL Schofleld. SecreUij.1
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEI<
PERANCE meet   every Wednes.
x\  s o'clock p. in., In Oddlelli
hail  Columbia street
iONo OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT |
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE IH
CAMP, 191.���M.-ets on the First I
Villi. 1   Tuesday ol every _on_|
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutl
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER  OPERA  HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Ad,a ,.- ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug Store.
THE   EDISON  THEATRE,   CORNER
Columbia and  Eighth.     High-clais
moving pictures,   Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday. Wedm
day and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings:
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254. Phone
I     473.
I.  O.  O. F.���Royai City Loage. Nil
Mee^s   in   Oddfellow.  Hdi.flJ
Umbla Street, every Friday eW
.it H o'clock.   Vlsitii       v ���:������
tie    made    welcome,   G. B. Gi!
N. Q.; C. E  0     rni   P. i; :i
lng secretary.
OTHER     FRAT-KNAL    -OClETIH
include the  I ' ��� N�� H
F. and A. Mv King Boloi mH|
No. 17. a. F. and v U.; L 0.
No. 1150; L. 0. L, N
Bapperton, No, 1683, I. 0. 1 I
iv,   court We3tminsti i   W
Brotherhood nt Ow'a, Ne��' ��
BOARD   CF TRAD-    N*e�� ',Ve!t*
ster Board ol Trade   n>eet��'*S
Board Room, City Hall, as W_
Third    Th'ir   laj    ot   mc.
Quarterly   meetings on the tj
Thursday   ol   February,
August and  November, " v N
Annual    meetings   on   tbe
Thursday   of   February.
members   may   be  proi**"
elected at any monthly or q""��|
meeting.    A. E, White, B"
LEARN   TO   DO
BANKING
No  matter  how   small  your   business
ay be have a bank account.     The
reliant who has a bank account es-
I'.-s bis credit, has safely [or his
I   1       UJ B   his   bills   with   die,pie
in a    usines manner,     you are In-
��� '    '  an  iiccoun:   in
mam �� .uu    -^, m. "Hl^r- '���!      "   -.j"':i    .,11    .Heuillll    HI
1 \m -%?.- �����>       Ihe Royal Bankof tanada
__ .-WErrS. ���' --^i i*! -m
ilr\m.y* m
Cnoice  H
ams
18<
AT THE
'
Central Meat Market
Oomer Elghtn St. and    Fifth Avemle
PHONE   37n.
BOWELL &. ODDy, Proprietor*.
FOR
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch, F. B.
Lyle,  Manager.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Iloute
tor   CONRAD,    CARCROSS,   ATLLN,j
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON nnd FAIR
BANKS, Daily train-  (vxrepl Sindayi
, lng pas en jei . mall, express and
il  connect   v. Ith   ��� tagi     al   Cai
and   Whll      1! v li ,   iiianniiiiin :
irough wlc       ��� ' vi,  .
informal
i    !  ROGER- T uflic M nn ;or.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12...
up.
j    Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
\ $6.00,
Silver Watches, gents'    open    case
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Wnltham    and    Elgin
j watche .
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grace.
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.
��*0#0*0*C��0*(X��0*0^_k-*o��0 O+O+O+O+O+O+CyQ+C+Ci+o+n+C.
. NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   Front   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,   Va;-...ouver.
.-"hould be con mlti d it' j'on w mi to
si i' furniture or an aui tion   on iu ied,
Live stock Implement auct! n eld
"\.ry Friday mon,ing ni V. tmin ter
Mmket; and every Satui lay mo ulng
��� i. Vancouver market,
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, . ear
ly new; i express wagon; l horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of new furniture hall
price. Room 0, Hamley block. "Key
at 323 Front atreet.   Phone Also.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land D'sW"|
District  of Say**"- J
Take notice thai I, '' ��   ' i
of  V'iniv.,.. . I   :i !':';J
tend to applj  ro. permission Ji
chase the following I- """J
Commencing al a I'01        1
tho north sb ' ;;" :*'J
thence following the sl��rejj|
southerly,   we terly,    n''r ^
easterly back to point���        J
ment, taking in the whole W  1
talnlng 200 acn    more"
(. w PRB8T0H'
Dated Feb. 2i
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
DN FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE),   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEV
Westminster's H<**ric Pap i
Dominion Trust Co.
5 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.���	
$ MON.   Y    TO    LOAN
')+0+D+O+O+0+OO+0+0+,t ,4C^C   O+Q+O+O+O+O+OO+O+Q+O+O+Q+O
NOTICE.
Take notice that U. ,|. McQuarrie, 0
New  Westminster,  B.   C,  occupation,
[electric railway manager, intends to
apply  for permission  to purchase the
following described landa In the district of New Westminster;
Commencing al a dobi planted   al
the HOiithwest corner of lot 13B0,
thenoe cast to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to BOUthwesl cor-
i tier of lot Hli", thenci southerly, westerly und northerly to polm of com
..., nc 'ment, containing 100 acres more
[ i   less.
DANIEL JOHN   McQl  VRR1E,
Per JOHN IV BAGOS,
Vgent,
Dated December I9t!
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL toj��
through the columns rf |
NEWS.    Tie  U.crtm^,*
NOTICE.
.      New Westminster
District of N.W *+** '
.hat  Ilnrn^t ��
Pitt Meadows, 1-.     ���        liltrtft
,-ied lady, intends tow      ���j
tin'  1U
slon to   purchas ���        ,
scribed bum Comme��*J' 1
planted nt lhe "^^ ��i
1020,  thenqe west ,'jc^
sonth 80 chains, thence i^
mor ' lew '"   ", ''^^
thence northerlj  aloM'      ^
the polnl of conime
lng 160 acres more or i( -
m. r
r.or.roK^ F. ,PAY. MA*CH ft
1909.
THE   DAILY   \
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Mail Service
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,��ER   BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
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... D, tn. ngbt or _
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Poll      ���      L.
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tlie date ��, .    ,..,. \li_
irart . -f th0 volunteer, i    8:30 am     Vane.
Defence In ! trie railway.
GREENWAT,
.   i mer of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
8
the  pi e
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nlater of Militia nesday.
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WESTMINSTER     LAND
THJCT.
DIS
District of  Surrey.
;_..���   ,i'nr.   T.   Thrift
)0_ -
j. '     ;*iry   "'    "'v "    'iThursdai
\. w Westmlnater nia-
tvro   - ..__   and Hon Accord
Sumas and .-���     I<   ... ludlng  ..1 l\
S. Points ��� .,1 and  south, ana
betwi en N< ������  \\ ��� stmlnsti 1  an I Hunt-
ind-_, ac, via c. P. R south,    Coquitlam, Sapperton and Fraser Mills.
8:30 a.m.   Blaine and Seattle,    Including .. l l". s. points east v 11
also all j ..lv ... tween v .. v. ���
stir and Blaine, via <j. N, 1;
Note.���Cloverdale and   II trici (Clover Valley*, Surrey Centre, Elgin,  .   1
; iia  and  Kensington   Prairii 1    Hasel-
:""'1'7'''iJ   ".mete.  Port  Kelts,  Hall's  Prairie and
v.   ������     ":'    descried ian  ���   NicomeW ^patched dall)  exc.   t on
t   Icrt W6.' SUadai':   <"'-l't{">-   Mtm'1'--    '���
ind   Saturdaj,     Tynehi -id
., Wednesda
th,.    Quarter section
* ,.   _,_.,   urday.    Taese  mail,   ar,
running    north  and
,<>i   wwn. M^e days as despatched.
*��*��- "on two <��. town ,    ii:00 a.m.-Vancouver, Victoria and
I one (1 ' f l* I���  ;  central  Park, via B. C. Electric rail-
- 16O rods; thence north to
' ,���. noo feet south of the before  ���y,
tdsoSer! boundary o_ lot 12:36 p_n.-Strawberry Hill, Tim-
J .*,, ������]��� thence easterly berited -aid South Westminster, by
..��� .aid southerly Bonn- courier
, roup iwo (2., to aj
52 roda north of the 49th para. ,
", . ... latitude   thence west to
'mu,.- ma-- and 12 rod* dl-taat . Westham  island  and Sunbury,    daily
���> said 4S*:h piu_l!��-l of nortJi Except  flundaj;   Woodw:ird.   Tuesday,
Hide; -thence south 62 rods; tbencejTliui-day and Saturday,    via
to the point where the southerly ' Brno.."    (Steveston   m
unja-' of lot 665, gr��up two  (ti l and received  via Vanoouver.)
ts the betore nvrntioned  49th I    2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Pl]
1 .{north latitude; then follow-  Siding, via O   X. R. north
(pup
if!   ���'���'���' '   '
.rolonged
and Bat-
all  receivi 1
rtaln condition- by the father, moth
|er, son. daughter, brother ur sister ol
m intending !.. ��� iefit< ader.
The boa., sti 1 '.-: la rejulred to per
'orm the homestead duties under one
if the following , ...u. ���
(i)    At leant Bix months' residence
1, ..n  and  cultivatli o of the bind
ach year for tt,:,,. years.
(2) A homesteader may. if be so
i.sirt-s. perform tne required resilience duties by living on farming
.and owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (86) acres In extent, lu
tbe vicinity of his homestead. Joint
iwnership in bu.u wlll not meet this
requirement.
Hi) If the father (or mother, ir the
(a;her Is deceased j of a homesteader
Qtts iieroianent residence on farming
iand owned solely by him, not less
Can eighty (80) acres ln extent, in
t.ie vicinity of the hpmestead, or upon a homestead entered for by bin.
lii the vicinity, such homesteader may
perforin   his  own  residence  dutina  by
living with tbe father (or motnei).
v    -
willing to d
v.  own    ��� a'- so In
frlei        ...     *,-���    c   .      -i   very
\        ed     "������   ������       . I .-.:������ ���   1
"������ iv -n-v -ete 1 Um - tot th
. ro�� i ������ ��� rvati, ,., pr     ��� \ lng an
10  * '������ ���     ���   anc.   bev.v ,-n   original   lot
-    ��d after - �� 1    dlacuaaton
was a--.  .1 that the plan should   ���
'"���"ii   on       ���    v.   :>        ,   ���;.-.  ,,;������,,    :
a  week or ten days when  Mr   Cleve
land would proceed to complete sur-
vej     M    Mn un on I ��� lis f of hln
and Mr    M.i.-.iii proi   ���  | .   ...; ..; hi
v'      bi    ������ moved.
WOMEN OF ONTARIO
DEMANDING \OTES
Ti ront -.   March
and tlftj members
Won m's    Suit:.,
sen 1 1
Whim.
thl   ���
group
ill. to
iry ol lot
lv!0 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:00 p re.���BurquitLim, Ly courii r.
2:00   p.m.���Ladner,    Port   Qulchon,
(4)     Tne term "vicinity" in the two|,n'V
preceding  paragraphs is  defined    as  ��� ���
did
pres
line,
bi   1
[t_,. .aid southerly bound;., y of lot
E, group '.wo (2).  to the  point  of
4:00 Vancouver and Burnaby  lake,
via B. C.  Electric railway.    Saturday
ut-ni^iw-n:. ron'.lining by e-stlin*. j (m ��*tra  mail  ls despatched  to    Vie-
WCjtorla via Vanc-ouvr at this hour
Blain-, and Seattle, Including all U.
c..,  this Ifi points east and =onth, via O. N. R
"Flyer."
two  _iuidr. d   and   fori
M ot less.
tN nt White fcoclt, n.
d���y ol February, 1909.
meaning not more than nine miles ln
_ direct line, exclusive n* the width
of road allowances crossed in the
nieasuremeiiL
(al A homesteadnf Intending to
,ierform his residence duties ln uc
Jordanee with the at-ove while 11 vlnj.
; despatched .vith parents or cn farming land own-
���vl by himself must notify the agent
'or the district of such Intention.
8L. months' notice ln writing must
���>e given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands nt Ottawa, of Intention
to a.pply for patenL
W   W.  CORV.
Deputy of the Minister of H*-e Interior
...    Om   hundred
md fri 11 .���: of the
association    pre
.1   llionsti 1   p< tin,,n   to   !'    nil,-:
I  and membi: - of the 1 tiblni 1
iiiiiig in favoi of \ I, wo
1.nl,. u. ���    ml d 1
rh" pn inli r
1 in- Bpi eel
idi rate In ton
ul  commit   himself  t,, anj   ��_>
.11 of views b< yond that the re��
would  be  s, nuns'.-,   considered
cabinet.
HK.VRY T.  THRIFT
2v.O p.m.���C. P.
and Fritter Mills.
R  eaat, Sapperton,
i*i   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DJS-
Mails   Received,
a.m.���Blaine ana   Seattle,
points, via G. N.
.11 U. 8.
I-. lii   ai lermi utloned
Westminster district:
L*oxcm.-ncirip at a  point  where the
fition .:..     ���   ii". d 1 runn u . 1 a.-
'������     ���   ���    . sei tlons seven (7J
I eighteen 11.), Intersecta the weat-
boundarj' ol lot 506, group two
I, N"-v Wi ,    district; thence
0:4-
cludln
"Owl."
to notice that the   underalgm d .    9:00 to 10:00 a.m.-StrRwberry Hill,
ndi 10    ply to tne lion, the cum-   by courier (Tuesday and Friday;,
taei of lands for permission to     8:20 a,m.���Vancouver   and   (excepi
land.--   in I Tuesday) ..nd Victoria, via B. C. Elec-
, trie railw.v.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by cou;ier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and SeattW-, Including ail U. S. points; also ail points
1:30 p.m��� East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver .md Victoi a,
via O. N. R.
, thence southerly and j 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Lidner, Port
Wljr parallel to tne westerly and J Qulchon, Westham Island and (Tues-
.ther!)- boundary of the said lot]day, Thursday and Saturday 1 Wood-
to the centre line (prolonged) run-1 wur(j v_;_ steamer Favourite (Steves-
north and south tiiorugh'section j ton despatched and reoelvel via Van-
'k (��), township   one   (l).   New  oouver.i
pmlll-ter   district:    thence   south |     12:3o   t0   \   p.m.���C.   P.   R.   easv
tet. th,- ,      terly parallel with gapperton, Fraser MUls and   Coqait-
ioundary  of the j .^
lotW5 to ,  point  Immedlatelyj    i;0o pm.���Vancouver, Centi  | Parol 'he   olni   v ere the centre
���       easl or west, ...
ig. -. ���   ���    ...,   {{l))
,,ai,T ni ��� nee north along
'"' .     of said l"' 60
Ith
[k. ��� ���
'������
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fcdarj
r titalnlng by eatl
1!!' '" ' ' ;,'w-*-
li. c , Fe rn-
'���:  \.   LESSON.
ISYT
1 entre line <',,
���   high-water
- : northerly
and   westerly
. to the
l Fraaer Ann.
." p.m ��� Sumas   :iti
,^!,���^s,vt',, eluding all U, S. polnv. and pnsm   bt-
tween Huntingdon and New Westmin-
ster. via c. P. R, south";   il . Fraaer
Mills.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK  THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train- Every Day in tbe Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
THE TB__N OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and besl Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE and
LUXURY. It Is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consist- of private compart-
tr.ent cars, standard 10 section sleeper*, luxurious dining car, reollnlng
chair aara (seats free), modern day
... !,.-- and bu_*t. library and -molting cai--*.
For  Tune Table-.  Folders, or any
f rthi r information rail on Or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle  Wa h.
New Traffic  Manager.
Chicago, March  26.���R  M. Calkins,
general freight agent at Butte, Mont.,
for the Chicago. Milwaukee ,��.   Puget
Sound railroad, has bean appointed
traffic manager. Headquarters will
be at Seattle, where n complete traffic
force will be organized.
1 ������
to
.���.'....,
. ���     ���    ..  . - ids . ������'
' a    .;    9      - kid      .'.    ' '..-'
Lilian        ������ ��� ���    '\ . .is
tl V .����� a
ol  ( .,���: ..i.i   and  tl
.' . .   u   0 ..-.  V' ...   I
-.:���.:���>   in  the  ' 11*
. ., i.i  .:...:', ,    .
���  ������        ' ��� it .-( ihe .-'ii ���'������������
. tuttona which are maintained pn
:trev out of puhlir '.inds    Both ���  s  ���
I hi t*i :.. pArUcij.. ,   in  the  '  "���  ���.'��� .'i
thi
li   ... n\ ,it,' letter to t u<- Mini" 1 ���
ui Mi'.i.1.1 Levi Strath-twa stated '���''>*���
��� -.-\ :,-. ti,- was notified 0. ib,- i>-
of the o(T,r he  would  '���"
Will ,1 a cheque.
:-     \\ llfrtd  .'inn.nine d  thai     '���:������  ' ������ ���'���
,-., led v 11,1 Strathcona n gi i��i fu   w
,���<-;>���..,nee
1 hi   Pi  inter said thai  Ilia    1 ord
ship b.i.i 1. n.iei.d manj important
.viiIces .11 Cantidn, bul none RretitPi
than  thi   present
The   I'und   is   lo   I e   adllilni'-t >':. ,i   bj
.! I oard, with the MlnUter ol MlllUa
us chairman, the various provincial
Ministers of ElduoftUon na vi.ri.e.i
dents   nnd   .111   Fiocum e   Cotiiiiittt,.. . j
composed of tbi1 member* of the ���'
iu.. Council, und representatives nam
, ,1 b) the Ministers of Education and
officers commanding the various mi"
tary districts.    Lord Grey li to   be
patrOtl   uud   Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier   nn1
pardon Tha fund li to be knows ni
" I'..  Strathooni Trust"
Hon-Ntly   RcpOllnil.
A V
MOREY'S
a-'U'.'.l'.t'.-l       S(
M \s   >v t STMINSTI
NEW WKOJNGTON
COAL
J'tV.SUVAM l SM11H. UI.U
IARH AMHK.UTt i;iUl
JOSEPH   MAVfHS
Sue. ev-or   io
May*,.   A Pi*#��tOn
Offl.��,   Trcnl  Sl .   Fool  of S'xtti.
P. O. Box ;14F-               Phono  10tv
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NIVV    K    Ol    l��.   HALL.
I.,..pith   And   A_m*_   sireoio
Hoursi Morning, LO to Ll; afternoon,
1:10 to Bj tvtntnf, ��� N to ul Admi1*
ilon 10c, ikAtci ���'���'.>* On Baturdayi
10 to 1 ���'. nohool children   undei   ii
will lv. furtil'li, ,1 filming fur 10,-     t ,,111
mu tail os tlchtti n>'w on isto   'Phosa
A (S3,
\   Calgar) contemporary   oontwuslj' 4    1   ' I '1 .
thl    following   vrj   ,'011.it   rrpoi:   ol' a I VJ I y S 121 1       JL   IlCcllIC
qT -*w>^'
Our atock of Milliner) Is the Uirgo 1
and  most  up-todale  In the  city,    The
.���itesi styles iiini faahlons direct from
\. vv   Vork, Boston and I-iri��
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
GET  VOL"3t  SPRING.SI'IT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
.AILOBS
Wind-.or   Hole!   Block,   P.   O
New   WttlrrirrAtr.
S.S. TRANSFER
nx'> m wedding. Any person who hue
been ihere (Calgary) can reftllsu hou
ii would all happen!
An untoward Incident, liuppllj with
im in pli .ivini results, ooourred ul ���'"'
wed ding of Jamas fi Drover, tha woll
Known Calgary real estate agent, and
Uli    Annie Cnsloton, oi  High River
I be  Cl r. inony   look   place   In   'b.    I'nr.
lish 1 liurch in High River last Jveok,
in,. 1,nu, popularity of the brldo bo
in. responsible foi the Iminenii crowd
whi, ii filled tho powi iiini ftlsli 1 ii-
ii bi,. looked lovely  in golden-yellow
i silk ���uoei.lnr.it and a M-iiv Widow Inn,
, vv hllu   ��� li--   grOOm   ll' ver   look,-,I   I,   llei
1 b< . luod by th,. altar in a pali ol
high water pants awaiting Uie arrival
1 oi the wedding procession, u ben in,.
I moment arrived tor ens brldngroom to
I prod ue* ib. ring. Mi Drever was oh
: erveii to riimiiie nervously In bin poo
II'-     Weill     tbl-Ugh     lib;    elolliet!
' carefully, bui no ring    A sllghl tlttei
��� ���  ���   smoogal  'io- congregation, and
the   I,,other   of    He-   I,ild' ,    Th"liei��   Li
Ca .'��� ion, moved  up    nlongalde    the
Box 644, j bridegroom In ��������� somewhai  threaten
im-  nun .������ ���   evldostly  thinking  ""i1
   Hi  in".... .A.,.. ,,n it,,, pdni or 1,1" i'
1.   onl on .i I- chnlon r
. u however, wm 001 theosae Th��
Ir..- bad ni- Mly :'.ll(.ji<-d Mirouitli ;, bol
rii.- lu 11 'it asd most up ii>it*>ie
ANIMATt'D   PIC-IHUH   AND   lit Oh
TIIAtr D HONtiH
1''oh 1 i.i 11111 <  .n.ot'ii Monday, \v,,i
in-,day   nnd   l',l,b.v     Afli-i noon   uniiin
...-1   from   I   10   ' IV.iiIiik      |irifoitn
tin,,'   i-.iniin, net ���   n(   ,'   B in
AOMISHION    HI,
(Hli IMIt N   r���
Edison Theatre
AiiimmI   .1      Plclur*��      ami      lllu����ral<��<l
8n*n)��.
THT   IATII.T   HITH   OF    TUP
atAnoN.
Program ubancd vi'mda/. Vj<.nno.
duy Ud rridSJ        IpMiil m��Hn��a fr��-
Indlvi und .bll.'.i'n. tttMittfi *��� *   ''
p in A(lmi��*ir,n   10*. Chll<lr��ii. r,r
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will    i-ii..     Brackman-K-r Int           toot    Sitting  rtow_ on  ttti
i..t..f            ...     :,. afternoon   . - ivlth s rei v     d '���,      tl
.,                     . i,,   toi   Ladner ���                man  poo* ���! wfl t
60   YEARS*
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Chrc_do,  ' Short   LIne,"   Omaha     tt
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Tr,*de MARaS
Designs
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on   the
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-hore   of
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Au-iton -if ,��ny "'"<���<*���"" ;.u^;,mI''
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lll_ iiinpoPiil In the Connie- bill for
Hi.. Ihcorporallon of the Ontarlo-
-tiiilllfaU Power company allowing the
innv. r to be exported. It was finally
,-,, agreed to let the clause stand over.
*w . New Westminster H>c per wr*>k, .$1 [or ���> mos.   ||The flght VV|1I lh    :1,wefl ngftjn nexl
Easter  Holidays
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SabscrifHMS ��^ Uiifti��n����t5 j.licitM fir lb* alnvn pu.licaflons
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
New Westminster
Tn eonn-'v tion with   ni
trip ii,ill sold at one single
Tickets on sale
Qood to
return up to and Including   .prii llth
School     IUp I    .'.111    be
given tickets from   Vpril 1st to 21st. .
ED   OOU-JET,
A'estinlnster.
or C. B. .08 I'lCIt.
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TIIE   DAILY   NEWS.
FR|DAY, MARCH 26
190..
The Daily News WIZARD BURBANK PUEF��HS
WOKKINIi _li'U.UT IILLP
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their office.--,
corner of Sixth aud Front streets, New
West minster, B. C.
Ban Francis
M_.eb  25.���Th,- et-
E. A. Paige Managing Director. (wls o�� a gl.oup o�� locaj and   t,usU-ni
capitalists to incorporate the results
of the genius of Luther Burbanlc, the
plant wizard of Santa Rosa, have
failed. Sonic time ago the Law
'   brothers of this city and Oscar Bln-
! uer of Xew York announced that they
i.
FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1909.
MORE   GOOD   NEWS.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ had completed plans wnereby tne
The Hon. Wm. Pugsley is reported j products of the noted naturalist were
in Hansard of the 18th of March as ��o be handled exclusively by a cor-
follows: "The government is carrying | poratlon which they bad formed for
out. just as rapidly as it can reason- i that purpose,
ably be done, the recommendations of |	
the Transportation Commission * * *
* * * Xew, let us commence with the
west and -see what the government, is
doing. On the Fraser river, we have
a powerful dredge that has been working there for some time. * * * * Our
idea is to make the    Fraser    river    a
GOVERNMENT  ACTION
ON CASSELS REPORT
Ottawa, March 25.���In the house of
commons yesterday, Sir Wilfrid Laurier staled    that he   Would set forth
great ship channel  up to the City of   the  action   the    government  intended
New Westminster." | taking in regard to the reporl of -Mr.
Words or glorious Import, and right Justice Cassels one week from tod,.v.
now is the time that New Westmin- Mr. E. X. Lewis pressed the govern-
ver devoutly wishes that she had a menl to make his Daylight Saving bill
man to represent h,r a. Ottawa, and ! n government measure, but the prem-
hoi one suffering from a seemingly in-1 ier replied that the government hud
curable disease of "Mini litis. '      ^
If only we bud a representative who  what should be done with th
could for one minute forget  bis own ,     The senate yesterday gave the six
personality, and support  all  that  will   months'    hoist to the bill of Senator
tend to make this city greater, as It | Choquetl
seems from the  kindly  references  to
Strike Out Wortmess Assets.
Ottawa. March 26.���Mesrs. Carvell,
Pardee and McLean (Liberals), and
Ames and Rhodes (Conservatives),
were today appointed a sub-committee
of the public accounts committee to
strike out the worthless assets of the
Dominion.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Ireland Forever
EMERALD CUPS AND SAUCERS
SPECIAL TODAY
PER DOZEX
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buv for cash and sell for the sam,
daylight  to  see Just
bill.
the Royal City from the ministers, that
nothing can be too good for us, and
which sought to amend the
law relating to tbe protest of bills of |
exchange, etc., by removing tlie need
to protest in order to hold the endors-   p*lon,-, g
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST   WINES.   BRANDIES.
ALES  AND   STOUT.
West End Buys
I   have  two   beautifully   situated  lots  In the  West  End, which   should   interest   intend,nn   ���     _
' u "-   purchaser
NO. 1 is situated on the corner of Fifth avenue and Twelfth street.      This   lot   is cleared  n
building and has a  commanding   view  of   both   the   main   river   and   the   North   Arm        ��r
one of the nicest building  lots   in  the  city. It |t
NO. 2, is situated on the corner of  Fourth  avenue  and   Twelfth street,    and like    th
j splendidly   situated for building   purposes
These two lots are for sale cheap.    Ask tne as to prices and terms.    Th
is   .filing  these   should   be   exceptionally   fine   buys
e other   lot, |,
e way Weit End
property
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
��� PHONE  169.
MOTHERS:
FAMILY TRADE  A   SPECIALTY.
vet our  member only  gives   then  in j er liable when  not paid at maturity
P. O. Box 184
return sneers, and sinister suggestions of graft, graft, graft. We cannot but think tbat j. I). Taylor's ac-
The bill only affected the provinc-
Quebec.
of
FRONT   ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
tion is carefully thought out with the   ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
idea of endeavoring to belittle the
work of Robert Jardine, who for |
mouths past has been working steadily and hard for the advancement of
the interests of the Royal City, how
'bard only those who are intimately
connected with our late candidate
know.
Credit must be given where credit
is due. and if modesty forbids a man
proclaiming from the housesteps his
labors in the interest of New Westminster, it is up to citizens themselves
to recognise it.
Certain it is that .1. D. Taylor. M.
is not advancing our interests, but only causing Irritating sores that, breaking out into humors, will  take  long
to heal.
^^HAVE   YOU   TRIED ^^^^^_
Premier Flour?
If not, ask your grocer for It at once, and be sure that you get PREMIER, as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR  is  becoming a household necessity.      If your
dealer does not stock it, 'phonP us    and we will    deliver it  to you
ourselves.
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Every boy wears out two pair of
pants to one suit, and sometimes
three. Wo have the odd pants in
plain and Knicker styles, some with
belts to match, double seat, double
knees; Serges, Corduroys and
Tweeds. Our stock of "LION
BRAND"  goods  is  complete.
BOYS'PANTS
TO STAY.5
Phone 335.
GUILELESS    MR.   BARNARD.
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All Prices, from 50c  to $2.00 the Pair
All Sizes, from 4 to  16 Years of Age.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SELLS THEM
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.
P.  0.  Drawer  100.
The following excellent tit-blt from
some eastern paper has I een seni to
us, and we gladly print same, bul re-
,.: we are unab'.e to publish S-'he
niuiio of the newspaper in what it
appeared, tbe dipping being minus
this Important information:
"Mr. o. Hi Barnard, who sits for the
- Ity of Victoria by virtue of the act
of the unknown individual who has
sought shelter in the sanctuary of a
bishop's cassock, lias a grievance, and
'be has not failed to make it public,
even though the doing so has exposed
bim to considerable ridicule.
"When the estimates were brought
dywn, the eagle eye ol the member
for Victoria discovered an appropriation of $150,000 for Victoria Harbor;
and, to use his own words, 'being a
new member and unaccustomed to
the wiles of political life, I jump/l
to the conclusion that the Government
was going to continue the appropriation for Victoria Harbor In liritish
Columbia.' and consequently he telegraphed the secretary of the Inner
Harbor association at Victoria, ll. C,
tnat ther,. was a vote of $150,000 for
Victoria Harbor, and look credit to
himself for having secured It.
"Put, unfortunately. Mr. Barnard
later discovered that the Victoria Harbor in question was tbe port on the
Georgian Hay, and imv, lie asks the
Minister of Public Works seriously to
use ins Influence with the Canadian
Pacific Railway company to have tha
nniue of the Georgian Buj harbor
clanged! Two of his colleagues, Mr,
Lennox and Col. Sum Hughes, look
;i tilt at the vanity of the man from
British Columbia, the former suggesting that the Minister might think ol
changing the name of Victoria, It c .
wailo Mr. Wright, of Mnskoka. added
to the 'rubblng-ln' process by pointing out that Victoria Harbor on Georgian Hay was one of the stopping
places of Samuel (Tinniplnin. an 1 thai
ii was in,, 'd th< oldest places, .In
Canada, much older than Victoria,
It. C.
Mr. Barnard describes himself as a
guileless Innocent! '
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The Big Shoe House
KOOTENAY   &   ARROWHEAD
GETS   EXTENSION
Ottawa, Ont., March 25, Tb,- railway committee'of the Commons ibis
ii oriiiiv pai v vith ami ndmeni the
giving live yeaTs extension of time to
I fool    i    Vi row he mi  rallwaj    to
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Today's Shoe
COME IN TODAY
uperwr
Spring
Clothing
NEW LINES OF MEN'S OXFORDS
Men's velour oxfords, creased vamps,
military heels and very stylish, per
pair $4.00
Men's patent leather oxfords, an Am-
cric.-in shoe, made on the Sirdar last;
all sizes and widths. $4.00 and $4.50
MEN'S OXBLOOD  BLUCHER  CUT
Oxfords with merry widow eyelets and
patent leather facinijs $4.50 and $5.00
i-ee our lines of men's buckle ox-
'ords.; the newest shoes on the market.
Men's patent leather bluchers, with
mat kid tops, pointed and broad toes,
P��'r |4.50
Our spring clothes are s
stimulant. They're a sort of
mental tonic; tb.it contributes largely to a man's site-
success In I'fe.
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Men's gun metal bluchers, military
heels, obiong eyelets, a boot worth $6
a  pair.    Our price    $4._0
LADIES' SPRING SHOES
The shoe world always blossoms out
with new ideas In women's shoes at
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather o��fords at $3.00; patent bluch-
��rs at $3.50; finest vici kid boots,
$3.50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
Gee our line of men's patent levii-r
boots which go today for $5.00. They
equal the average $6 and $7 boots.
The man who knows tha:
he's not neatly dressed, can't
gut the best out of him!*--
���he frets away the energy
he needs to forge ^'iA- "
you appreciate the true m^
ket value of ycod appearand
wo have some "t��P rl0,chef'"
in Spring garment! th*'
will make s strong app"1 M
you.
Our good clothe
"going     broke���not
manner    of    m��"s' "
prices  indicate.
do not tut*'
by >��l
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Hi
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
it
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Suits "$10, $15, $20 to $35
Top Coats       $10, $12.50 to W
Trousers      $2, $2.50, $3.00JoV
New Wes-mlnster, B. C. \ Jfl
CLOTHES THAT REAL MEN WE
imm FBIPAV. MARCH 26, 1909.
THE   I> At LI'   _s__\\ s.
Piajjitya
Enormous Reductions in Ladies'
Fancy Combs
50c, 75c and $1.25 Combs for 15c Each.
oVER 5C0 FANCY COMBS, SIDE AND BACK, IN PLAIN AND FANCY. THEY COMPRISE THE
BALANCE OF OUR STOCK AND THE SELECTION IS A GRAND ONE. WE WANT TQ FlND0UT
H0W MANY  PEOPLE  WILL  READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT.     THE    COMBS  WILL     BE   ON   SAL
nu��- ������      ...__
���DAy AND  SATURDAY  ONLY.      VALUES UP TO $1.25.      NOW   AT   YOUR   PICK   FOR
E
 15c
Two Startling Bargains  in  Black  Silk
|2.25 Chiffon Taffeta for $1.25.
IN CLACK ONLY, 36 INCHES WIDE,
LUSTROUS       FINISH. GUARAN
TEED  QUALITY.   REGULAR   PRICE
IS $2.25 PER YARD.      NOW AT $1.25
$1.25 Taffeta for $1.00.
36 INCHES WIDE, CLACK ONLY;
DULL SURFACE FINISH. A SPLEN-
DID QUALITY. REG. $1.75. NOW
AT  PER YARD    $1.00
Special Offering in Black Voile
$1.25 and $1.40 Values for $1.00 Yard.
IN PLAIN AND PHANTOM   STRIPE   AND   CHECK   FRENCH   VOILE. 46   INCHES   WIDE   FOR   THE
BALANCE    OF  THIS   WEEK  ONLY  AT $1.00
Crepe de Chine at Wholesale Prices
$1.00 Values for 75c Yard.
3 PIECES ONLY, COLORS BLACK, CHESTNUT, BROWN AND NAVY, 42 INCHES WIDE, SILK
AND WOOL WEAVE. THE VERY THING FOR DAINTY STREET AND AFTERNOON GOWNS.
ON SALE  AT.   PER   YARD      75c
Pleasing Array of
%       New White Wash Goods
WE ARE SHOWING SOME PRETTY WASH MUSLINS AND VESTINGS IN PURE WHITE THIS
WEEK. CROSS BAR MUSLINS AND DIMITIES. SWISS SPOT DRESS MUoLINS. PLAIN AND
FANCY VESTINGS AND A  VARIETY   OF   OTHER   NOVEL   EFFECTS.     PRICES   FROM   12   1-2c   TO
35c   YARD.
WOO Aprons to Clear at 25c Each
A SPECiAl.   PURCHASE   OF APRONS IN WHITE LAWN COLORED    PRINTS.     PERCALES,    ETC.;
GOOD VALUE AT 50c; WILL BE CLEARED OUT ALL AT, EACH 25c
English Prints at Wc Yard
Black Ginghams at 10c Yard
White Apron Lawn at 12l-2c Yard
44  INCHES WIDE.
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T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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. Thi re wil |, . meeting of the bul fling committee of the Royal Columbian
hospital thi:- afternoon.
A good appearance Is an invaluable
asset, not a luxury, but a necessity.
Ring up B278 and let us renovate your
clothes.     Royal City Dye Works      **
Tin- hull of the John P. Douglas will
be ftnished this week and the parts
will be assembled as soon as possible.
Illustrated song at tire Crystal thea.
tre, "A Little Child Bhall Lead
Them." ���"���
Gentlemen:���Our $5.00 "Slater"
Patent leather oxford is a dandy. Sol 1
only by \Y. ]���:. Sinclair.
!
'I b" Cub til club will bold Us
I organization meeting on Monday
eijenlng In Peter Peebles' offlce, Columbia   treet,
For first-class cut (lowers and
kind    of    . iural      work,      I I iphi n
Davl       : ��� ��� uhouae, B208. **
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Tb,.  lie   Telephoi     I !om]   i
shortly assemble a ready-made I
lng on Delta    street,    Ladner, where
tin ir down river office wil    n  boused.
For table decoration? and wedding
bouquet.-���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 1S4. �����
A number   of South    Afrl  m campaigners resident in this citj  will attend the annual banquet of the Veterans' association at the Empress cafe,!
Vancouver,   this   >-ventng.
Two young ladles are wanted bj the
Crystal Theatre, See their wani ad.
on Page 2. ** j
There will    be a    meeting ol    the
l��l:,'d of control of the Royal Agrl-j
cultrue  and   Industrial  society early
next week to discuss the attractions
for the provincial exhibition this fall.
See the   amusing   bathing moving
pictures  at  the    Crystal    the.-tie to-1
da... **
T!._ s;.;ii'on fishing season Is com-
\mrnc!ng in earnest, r<-d springs now1
punning    well.       Other    varieties are \
(short.     Oollchans are coming In to
the fishmongers for the first time.
For miscellaneous wants and classified rea; estate ads. see page -.
Nearly all the protestant ministers
of Vancouver, as well as a large number from outside points, took part in aj
farewell banqui t in the "i, M, I \
ba!; yesterday evening to Evangel) ts
Chapman and Alexander,- who leavi
for Australia ibis nlornlng.
Our puree] Bale s-,i!l continues,  l he
gold watch has no: gone     I      lie.v.
Dorer.
The  body of    Colon     Marl od,
died .-.; the Royal Columbian bos
yesterday,  wlM    be  Interred  at  Pori
Langley tomorrow.     He was a well-
known farmer at Langley, and was  12
years of age.    He was single and _ '
native  of  Ripley,  Bruce  county,  tin- j
tario.
Haw you property for sale?
; is the time to advertise iv     A classi- j
tied  ad.   in the Dally News   wlll  sell
:; foi you. ��� >
George Retinie has i ei ��� Ived anol
offer from ;ii.' Toronto Lacrosse 11 i
practically asking    bim  to nam
own terms for bis servlc, s on     ���
team this season.      \.   or ling to R :.
uie, Hi.- eastern club will have to   ���< ���
along  without  bis  help, as do
however tempting, will Induce bim to
leave  Westminster.
Ladles:���Our oxford? are here, Call
nnd see them.   They are a trifle new*.
'than what others have,      W. K. Sin-'
clalr. **
Because of some misunderstanding
among the offlci rs, the i x. eutive meet-
Ing Of the Westminster Lacrosse club
wis not held ,,.t H. Ryall's otlice last
tii-iu. It is aliogoitier likely the
executive .vii*. get togeilu-r this evening, as th,- delegates to the u. C. A.
I.. A. are awaiting instructions to
guide them in their debates at the
annual meeting bere on Saturday
Tan, chocolati and ozblood are tii-'
n,v colors ibis year. We have them.
W.  K. Sin,'.iir. tin- shoe num.
Work was resumed yesterday ou the
emoval of the CL F. R. tracks from
the presenl location on Front street,
11 feet over, in order to accommodate
the tracks of the B. C. Fleet rlcltati-
way, C.overdale line, a gang is removing tlu- old Bteel on the ll. C Elec-
trie Hailway track on Columbia strev
west of Fourth Btreet, in order to lay
heavier steel.
V). A. Cameron, of \v. 10. Fales furniture Bton . has purchased a Thur-
in ni electric Vacuum cleaner, built on
Hi, w ll known principle of,the rotar.v
pump. Tbe cleaner is drivea by elec-
and by i s aid carpets, nigs,
i. ry, Boors, walls, etc., can be
rapldl] cleaned without the silgbii t
bi coming manifest, Mr. Cameron has already a contract on hand
to clean the Knights of Pythias' hall,
and  is  ready     lo     accept    orders  for
bousecleanlng, etc    The cleaner can
be easily moved from room to room
and a house can be cleaned front top
to bottom in a  few hours. ***
FRIDAY BARGAINS AT
FALES
If you need anything in the Furniture line see the new goods, hand om
designs. See our new lin- of Screens.
A large range of Orb nta] Rugs and
Carpets just received. .Mattings from
15c per yard up. Linoleums, Oil
Cloths, etc., a great variety. Offlci
Furnishings a Specialty. Undertaking in all its branches.
VV. E. FALES
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer aud Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
!
I*. S. Faulkner, police magisi at, at
Steveston, bus resigned bis offlce, aud
i.-  leaving for England,    having    ... _   When yOU  Want
recalled  bom.-    by the    death  ot   bis _
father.
Have you seen the latest? The veh-
tila , d shoe.     CalL   \\V will expHKn
to you.      W.  E. Sinclair, ihe reliable
shoe man. ���*
Through au error yesterday i; was
Stated that B. G. Walker, J. I'., of Bur-
i.a y, was forming a partnership with
W. J. Walker, of this city, instead of
W. G. Walker, assessor of South Van-
couver, formerly municipal cvrk.
Five-room house in Sapperton, rented for $12 per month. For sale or
wilj exchange equity (*G00) for city
lots. Apply Owner, Box 539,New
Westminster. **
Under the auspices of the Ladies
Aid of St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, a successful apron and candy
sale was conducted yesterday afternoon, over $3. being realized, every
j thing offered being disposed of.
The plans of the new block to be j
j built  by  Mr  Thompson on  Columbia
Street are at ihe Dominion Trust Co.'s
' office and any person desiring a store
|jlii the same might call and obtain de-
���ails   about   rental,   etc.,   at   offlce   of
ixiiuinion Trust Co., city. *"*
Phone 97
GROCERIES
is. c. cream, large can 2 for 23c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for 2jc
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jama, regular prlci
1! for         50c
BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRlCcS.
Adams & Deans
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Spring
Suit
TO YOiT. MEA8URH
AND FIT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
STYLE AND QUALITY 18 OUR
MOTTO
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The Railway Passengers' Aivurance Company. London, England.
Is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its pr, -npt and liberal settlements, as lhe
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, March  Ii.l
Agent Railway  Passengei      .-.-uranee Co.,
City.
Hear Sir���1 beg to acl.now . ,),.��� receipt of Cheek  In full  payBBM
of my claim for accident  wlinh .���v_rre,i to Be Id January la_t
playing hockey at Burnaby lak"
Although my claim was onl y put forward a few days ag"
already received a settlement, and thank you for the promp
In which It has bv. n dealt with.
(Signed) F. RETCH 1 \
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journry 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
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INSURANCE HROK..R,
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THE  DAILY  _.EWS.
FR">AY, MARCH M| ^
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Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will  harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
CONFERENCE BETWEEN
MECHANICS AND C.P.R.
Questions to Be Discussed By
Men and Officials Will Not
Take Up Much Time.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� rltlsh  ColiimD'a  Coast '_lne
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves 'Vancouver i0 p. in., going direct to Settle daily except Monday.
S.S. Princess Royal leaves Vancou-
v-. at 9 a. m. for Victoria daily, except Wednesday.
S. S. 1'rincess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 1 p. m. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Weetmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
and liuth of each month for Clayoquot,!
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leave Vancouver 2 p. m. dally, except Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess    May    leaves    Vanoouver
March 8th, 18th, 28th.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
March 13 and .3.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
March 8th, 18th, 2Kh.
��. C. COAST MAIL SERVICE.
$S. Quet.n city or S9. Amur leave
V_neoi*ver Sfafch 16.b, April 2d.
5JUEEN gHARLOTTE ISLAND
,1 SERVICE.
T*rinc-sa Beatrice leaves Vancouver
March 23d. April 3d.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday a*. S a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
end Saturday at 7 a.m.
For reservations ana lnrormatton
'all or address
EO. GOULET,
������' Agent, ."ew Westminster.
C. B. FOST12R,
tsit. Oen. Paw   Agent, Vancouver,
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent, victoria.
PATENTS RESTHI-TION
IS TROUBLING GERMANY
Industrial  Circles Alarmed Over Coming Severe Enforcement of English  Patent   Laws.
Herlin, -March 2d.���Widespread
alarm is manifest in German industrial
circles over growing indications of
rigorous enforcement of the new Eng-
rfsh patent act.
The German chemical industry particularly is filled with misgivings, lt
bus information to the effect that the
so-called "anti-German trade crusade"
will shortly be aggravated by the passage of laws conferring preferential
treatment upon Imports of artificial
indigo from India. This would deal
a heavy blow to German chemical factories, which have built up an enor-
moua trade in that product in Great
Britain.
German merchants are also per
tuvbed by the announcement that a
private organization has ibeen formed
to keep close watch on foreign patented articles in England, and report to
the comptroller of patents if the I>uf*
eniees are seeking to evade 'he provisions of the new act.
lt is pointed out. in commenting on
the English situation, tbat the G<>r-
man patent law contains a paragraph
.fhicli,could be employed for retaliatory purposes, but that it Is practically
"illusory" because few Englishmen
are in possession of German patents.
The Rerliner Tag.-blatt urges Germany to open negotiations with England for the conclusion of a reciprocity pat-en: treaty on lines of the one
recently entered  Into with  America.
Winnipeg. March 25.���The confer-
ence of mechanics with the C. P. 11.
officials in reference to the new working agreement was resumed this afternoon in the offices of the superintendent of motor power. C. H. Temple,
master mechanic, is taking the place
of Grant Hall, who has been called
east.
It was -tnied this morning that the
questions to be discussed would not
take any great time and thai a statement will be presented to General
Mi.nagvr Bury shortly for his consld-
enation. Both parties decline to give
out anything for publication.
Frank McKinna, of Cranbrook. and
William Johnston, of Nelson, arrived
from Vancouver today. They come
to the city to represent the Pacific
coast division of the C. P. R. They
will remain until an agreement between the men and the company for
lhe coming year is concluded and
will act with other representatives of
unions.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
First get her answer���then come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements  she  surely should  see;
Diamonds and  Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Spring Cleaning
jwei per
house-
���  time.
A Blssell's Carpet :
is a great help to tin
wife in Spring cleaning
We also have Jap-a-lac, Bap-a-
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., for
brightening up tiv furniture.
Cull in nnd Inspect our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
_M.\
3,i*s - c�� ,:���
Regulations.
^y available Dominions i,
��������- bell m Brit
went ot one-quanar meiS ' lu
acres, more or I...., J' U"J
Entry musl b< m
the local laud offli
ibla,maybeh,v,.;u:j:,.,,;:'     '   it
whu is the   u
imy
''���' for the dlst
which the land la situate,
proxy may, however, be
��ct i_
Uin conditions by t     _tW
Entry
to ou cut.
��on, daughter, brother or m "'?''
intending homesteader. U
The homesteader is requirP(i (
tom the condition, ^ ��
with    under   one   of th.   m^
plans;
(1)
At least six
++++++ +++++++++++++B+ �� ���������
1       At MacKay's       I
4
.4
t
C   P.   P-
EXTENSION
IS  READ  THIRD TIME j
Re the north portion 17 bv ,", chains
(8   1-2  acres)   of    subdivision  12 and
the north    portion  10  by    chains  (51
aer.es >,   of   subdivision   13   of  Ixn  "O.i
Group 1,   map T>3G,  New   Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of eerti-
flcate of title number 2720F, issued in
the name., of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou.
has bei-D filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration ,ojf one month from
the date el" the first publication hereof, in a daily m-wspaper published in
the. city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster. P. C., March 22, 1909.
NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by S. Weir Mitchell  I1-50
The Last Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by Parrts 11.26
The Message, by Louis Tracy
 |1.25
54-40,   or    Fight,    by  Kmerson
Hough .I-25
Cy   Whittaker's   Place,   by Lincoln 11-25
Get-Rich-Quick   Walllngtord,   by
theater ���!�����>
Life of lan MacLaren, by W. K.
Nicholl    11-75
�������������������<
mourns' te.a:ioB���.
upon and cultivation of the land ,
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother uiu
father Is deceased), ���f the ' '
steader resides upon a farm ���_ ^
vicinity of the land entered (r %
requirements as to resldencs mar M
satisfied by such person reatdlng win
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has hla p,n_��
ent residence upon farming land on
ed by him ln the vicinity of his ho��.
stead, the requirements a3 l0 J
dence may be satisfied br refill
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing aim
be given to the Commissioner of Dot
Inion Lands at Ottawa ol lntentlo_y
[apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights ma;- ���
'leased for a period of twenty-one jurat  an  annual rental ol Jl |*r m
Not   more   than 2680 acres aha' i*
leased to one Individual or wmpnj,
: A royalty at the rate of five ctn'.ipe,
'ton shall be collected on   th��  ntr-
chant3ble coal mined.
W. W. COUT,
Deputy of the Minister of tbe interior
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Railway Time Tables
Ottawa. March 25.���The bill regarding an extension of time for th.- cofi-
Btruotlon of the Canadian Pacific
brancbeb in (he West took up an hour
before the private bills committee last
night. Ruttan of Prince AJlbert ar-
giind in favor of the immediate building of th>- line from Lanigan to Prince
Albert, and moved an amendment that
the company be compelled to build 30
miles within a year. This was
strongly supported by some western
Liberals, but was defeated. The bill
passed the committee stage and was
read a third time.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
V
��. C. E. fi, Westminster Branch.
fe Week Day Schedule.
Ci���������**' .-. >'e Vancouver for New West-
HtfP-t.**- *. $}% 8;W, 7:_0 and 8:00
a.m., <_i ever>' IW*-. fcPW thereafter
���   until 11:30 p.nT
Can leave New Westminster foi Vfrt1
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:80 mid
S:00 a.m., and eTcry pal' hour WWe-
Iter until 11:00 p.m.      "- .
: Sunday Schedule.
Cai    leave Vancouver tor New W'.-st-
niin ter in 8:00 and 9:00 a m., and
every   half   houi    thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Oars ;��� avi  v, ...  W ���     uln* ti r ti i  Van.
���  00 a.m., nnd every half
I..,   thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:15 a.m.; ar, Seatt e \ p.m.
Lv. N.W. 4:35 p.m.; ar, Seattle m p m,
Lv. N.W. 12:10 n.m ; ar, s< attle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle8:10 a m.; ar. N W. 3 p.m.
l.v. Si attle 4:25  p.m.;  ar,  N.W. 9:56
p.m,
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.: ar. N.W. 6:20
���a.m.
MUDD  OF   MARYLAND
FATHERS   BIG   SCHEME
Washington, D. C, March 25.���Representative Mudd of Maryland has in-
troduced a bill for the construction of
two lloatlng steel drydocks of sutli-
Went size to dock .vessels of at least
20,000 tons displacement, one to be
QBed on the P_-.fic. and the other on
the Atlantic coast, the cost not to t-x-
eeed %],750,00(7 each, and making
$600,00. immediately available for
thl** purpose.
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lots 18
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV.. New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued in
the naiii'-s of Charles Frederic 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 a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ia writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, P. C, March 22, 1909.
Take notice tbat an application has
been made to regist* r George Adams
las the owner in Pee Sinfple, under a
| Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City ef New Westminster, to Oeorge Adams, bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or trae; of land and premises
situate, lying and being in thv City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
British Columbia, more par'lcularly
known and described as Subdivisions
15 and 16 of Lo: 8, Suburban Block
11.
You and those claiming hrough or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claimini.' any Interest in
the said bind by descent, whose title
is not registered unuer the provisions
of the Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and In default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being
filed within such period, or in deTatilt
of redemption before registration,
you and each of vou  will be forever
NOTICE.
ONLY SOCIALISTS WILL
OBSTRUCT NAVAL BUDGET
Berlin, March 2:,.���Tb- Reichstag
ti rday accepted the Becontl ad
lng of the naval budget without discussion, Ibi'l-,- being a general agreement among tbe leaderg of the parlla-
tnentarj groups, excepting the Socialists, not to debate the proposals.
Hen- Ringer, Socialist, gaw notice
?ha_   bis   parly   would  uol   allow    the
'question of the proposed naval   imitations to pass without  debate.
Tenders will be received by the un*
dersigned on behalf of the Surrey Municipal Council up io Wednesday,
March 3l8t Inst, at noon, for the construction of a ditch and culvert from
Wis.'s Hotel to an outlet at the Fraser river In accordance with plans and
Specifications to be seen at my office,
The Council reserves the right to re-
Jecl  the lowest or :'ny tender.
ALBERT  J.   MILL.
New Westminster, li. ('., March 24,
1909.
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall 1 -gister George
Adams as owner thereof ln fee.
And   I   hereby   certify  that   publics, j
tion of this notice for thirty days in |
a dally  newspaper published  in  N<w 1
Westminster will   _e  (food  und  mi1_-
clent service thereof.
Dated at the Land Rvgistry Office,
New Westminster, province of British
1 Columbia,   this   UHIi  day   of    March.
A. D, 1909.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To    Thomas       William       McColm,
Charles W. Wise, Caroline A. .lack.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Luvuu IfE-Wi-Fli.
Empress  of Britain       March  26'
Empress  of   Ireland       April   9'
Empress of  Britain       April  23
When sending for friends In the old
country   by buying    tickets    at    this!
office you will save money and pn vent
delay.
Call for particulars.
ED. GOULET,
Agent. I
Grand Trunk Ry
Excellent Train Service Betwtt
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro^j
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,!
And all the principal businessflffltaij
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAfl[
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK ml
PHILADELPHIA, via -.'iacara F*|
For Time Tables, etc.. addr_s
GEO. W. VA-X,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and TitW|
Agent, 186 Adams St.. t'hi'*������L
THE HOME        P ApE"l
Is   the  Paper  Thai  Prints A"
the     Home     N��*8.
The     Dally    News
10c a   Week,
|Beef, Mutton,
Fraser River  Service
G. N. K.���Port Gulcbon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns nt 6 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, I p.m., arrive. In city Friday 8:46 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 8:60 p.m.. arrives In city
Saturday at !�� a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, GiHO a.m. OD Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives al Pori
Guichon 0 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
Anglican Church and the Empire.
IjOiulon March 26.���Al a farewell
meeting to Vrchdeacon Rennlson, oi
Moosonei, and missionnries and cate-
ehlsis bound for Canada, the Archdeacon Bald ilint unless the Church
organised to take possession of Canada ni the next quinquennium, 11
would be too late, and he applied for
a wide Imperial vision on the pa -
the Church,
Renounces Servian Throne.
D Igrade, March _5.���George, C
Prince of Bervia, has renounced   bis
rb hi  ol    nv,,-dim  lo    the    Si
throne    Tills action is the resi 1
a i>i* campaign In which ihe
Crown   Prince  was  accused of  ' ... ���
'the <__v.   ol the  recent, death of 01.
of Ms wrvants, a man nam. d
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SATURDAY.
���I 8 a 111., lulling at following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Vai*
. Whonnock, Ruskin, Bilverdale, Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzic
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ano
Chilliwack,     Returning   leaves   Chilli
vac. on Wednesday, Friday, and Sun-
ij  in 7 a.m.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation,   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,   Ui
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminstcr
PHONE 101. ^|
WmmmnmmWmsm*mnmwm*++\ FRIDAY.
���ARCH 26,  1909.
TITF   DAILY
Page s..yk.\.
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RED RIV . R 3P.1
dd
.:,.i-.l   "���'**
_ "Tender    :���"
��Pf,.v   IV.   ���"
Bt'04,     ...   (-ommissioners
aldrcssvd :o il'.- un-
;i;K,,d ou tne envui
iU,.    Ked    Kiver
,,'d  ill   the   oi-
of    the
^        -ANADA
li��
ei
iv I i
tal    ltailway   ^^^^
the 8th day of April,
until    11
0'cK,l'kllC"^ti'Uctiouand-,rec,ion
l?0M��rt* Qcretfl   bridge   ud
oKjJ9 the  Bed  river
v    ' and St. Boniface,
'*" uf Lomhard nfe*. �����
be
oear
tbi  ���
eet-i i'
wiih  g
and   approach
_      "       greets in Winnipeg.
M;       tend    , mu-t be   submit-
tv-   ' V. e, and for super-
MPOWKR
IVUk.. Your EXPENSES _*_,
Make" Yt,ur BISCUITS Ligi.
Make, Your CAKES L,
���Make* Your BUN.
Make
-ight
Light
Your LABOR Light
OR��ER FROM YOUR
GROCER.
E-W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
[structure
plans
;, profiles  may
!,,,! full i formation obtained at
Lio oftl      Hei engineer at Ot-
,. office of  the
��� ���,     . St    Boniface,
hla:.
notified that
p.r.uis tei..' ���
wjll | . onsldered unless
forms supplied  by the
, may be bad on
lend'-    ^^^
bade i a
Jommlsslonera
nniiiation to Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden,
'" ^^____i     M-l JJ
���
Get on the Voters List.
ir name on the voters' li.t i, - -..   *.. w Westminster   l<
.'     if it is not. Bee thai It thereat once, us the
'.   Monday  n.es:.      'I'll.    , .,.._    ,   ;,0isau
ol the male ses, of the full agi   , | twenty-one years aud a
���*:- a    .���   v   haw been for six mon .    - ���.  the prov-
I tor one month domiciled In  this district, and  not   regis-
provincial voter in any other electoral district in British
Columl
Any of the following commission, r.-. for taking affidavits wi'.i sup-
Ply you with the necessary forms and -,, that you are properly
A. B. Kelllngton, S. Malcolmson, u. Buckland, James
Edward Falk, Robert Kenton. Andrew Halcrew, 0. C .Cameron, John Murphy, Edward Mercer, Robert Mills, .1. H. Jones. J. \V.
MacDonald, J. c Digby, P. W. Lme. i*. it. Deans, Alfred Hardman
and George Mackle.
Bank of Montreal
-S I At
3.
CAPITAL   ��� ��� ��� Jj_______\
RESERVE	
'anada
'.in I  N. a- s irk. Ch iii',;
bankiuj ss   trans n :������ I,
Letters  -if Credit  issued
^^^^^^^^^^
Savings   Bank   Department    Deposits  receive
wards, and Interest  allowed at 3 p.
Total  Assets ever $168,000,000.00
  ...   $14,490,000.00
..11,000,000 00
nd N       ��� i ���.  md  i���  | .,a .,,,
i     S.   V   ,.:i,l  M-\ CO .'.:>.    A
available \. ���.������. correspondenta  tn   ill  | -
'.��� TicT'li
per
d   in  sums  ol  $1   .i��4
annum (present rate )
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.   G    D.   BRYMNER.   M-fttfefv
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a*
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Products of the
Farm at the
131
Ont, and
er,    st
Ij ind  and
���Baled
Jilel eneini >
i;  pou In,   i   irict
jonlface Man
Bach ten*
all the parties to the ten-
uii_ w| and   i e accom-
|n_iej by an i cheque on a
[j.,.-. n i i.aiik of the   Dominion  ol
\...  Commlsalonerg
al   Railway,  for
E. sum ol $25,000 for substructure
,��� ,.;..,- work as ,,-r schedule, and
.,;. Bui   ...   .      for steel super-
trncture and floor.
The cheques    deposited     by     the
rty whose tender is accepted  will
de;       ! tl credit of the Re-
fclver-G,neral of Canada as security
|r tne due and faithful performance
I the contract according to Its terms.
netpies deposited by parties whase
Inders ;:*e rejected will be returned
|ithln ten ilie., r the signing of
contract.
The right ia reserved to reject any
all Lidstaoin   6   . .ogicOthe ao
��� lers,    By order
r. E. RYAN, Secretary.
Isslon r   ol the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Or v .   6 _  March, _909.
Sewpt    " rtlng    this adver-
wment trithom authority from the
|mmlsstonet- will not he paid for it.
-nice 'Phone ib_.     Barn 'Phone
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���Tpam  DEPOl ^
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material    ��� i   want,   for
suits mad., to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
P. 0. Box 474.
T.-l.
Res. 420.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
PALMER
RROS.TWO
ANDFOLK
'CYCLE
OASOLINE
ENGINES
_=_
Seattle    I .   -__ mlnat ui e farm
has  been  ���    ���  I Jlu Alaska-
_ukon-Pacil i . itl ��\ re the
im.ducts of ��� ii  state wlll be cultlvat-
��� as an oh I l<.- ion ... the visitors
to the fair al ittb this Bummi r. It
i.a hopi I tl ch a  farm will    do
:��� ...i inci aslng Inti n I In
,.v clearing ... logged ofl hinds of the
state.   .
On the exposition grounds is a producing farm in every stags of its .volution from thi country as the timber
cutter has left it, showing practical
d monstrations of the several methods
of clearing. This it is beiieved will
Je��d to a brisk demand among the
eastern visitors to ihe fair for the
logged off lands of the state.
To create further interest excursions will be run to the various sections of the stat- where the logged
off lands are fast being converted Into groat | r idu< lng :. rn s. The miniature farm at the exposition wi.l suggest the possibility of development
and tho excursions to places where
jsai-h work is being done on a large
scale will no doubt meet with the approval of thousands of visitors to the
1909 exposition as well as their pat-
���jvyiage after tbey see the land as it
really is.
There wlll also b<- demonstrations
' ���     i the  state  v*bich    wl I
Btand  ���-:..,   .   i;i  contrast   wil.    Hie
worta ,1 oui   farms of the < ast.     I hi
condition n ill coi imend Itself to the
-   v i,   ��� n i,,   yi-,:-.   v,.   [air.
'I he  ver*,   fai ���   ah n    that   two i
of   poi  ���        c ni     ���   ;.:���. . , verj
year a : I in the I
soun i .    intry la a fact that will ]
ably  * ������ man] , asl rni
The n ini.mn,   fai ni has bi en  p it-
ted   Inl ���   Bmall   r.etai | ocks,
wl ' , ,��� afforde' n e. leni op-
; ���       ilty  for the gi    l   i Ini I   n
tors and landscapre artists ihowthe
scheme of in,..lent road ci -traction
and the art of beautifying the farms
wl ��� b will have the eft ��� . making
llfi  on the farm in tne ���  more
at:.,"ive.      Practical   ,!,;. rations
of v ry raisin.u will also I made on
th" model farm
PAY $1,800,000 FOR
LIMITS  AND   SAWMILL I
  j
Sarnia, Ont., March 25.- Tl    Cleve-1
land and    Sarnta  Lumber    Comp iny
have purchased from W'aldli   Bros., of
Spragge, Ont., a lumber limit contain-1
in-   250,000,000 feet of lumber and a
t-iiw  mill, the latter to be  moved to'
Sarnia.    The price is J1,SOO,000.
I Lawn Grass Seed _
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
m PHONE 57. ���
��� ����������������������.�����������������������������*�����������'��� 0  �����������������������������������������������������������������������������
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
o/
Good   For the  Girls.
London,   March   25.���Addressing   a
meeting of the British Women's Emigration association. Dr. Corse R.
Parkin, Canadian represent, il ive on
the Rhodes scholarship board, said
tluit while he had seen many young
men broken down in Canada, hr bad
never seen a young woman who was
Afanur.cfur.r* and Dealers in All Kma
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
of the wonderful productiveness of tho  not a centre of light and comfort.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New Westminster
estmmster..
lew Spring Goods for
fe and Gentlemen IRON     WORKS
, ++++++++++++++++++++++4
+ 11 IL Made in .south bend K/ll. Vj��
>+++++++++++++++++++++
+
*
4
W beautiful line   ol   material     for
"BWleco tnd suitings has
arrive!
|l.'e. uarante,
pifemanship.
���i perfect fit and good
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
JAMES & SVicClUGHAN
��� Sole Agents
ING  YUEN
Kw��ng On w. &  Co.  Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnes   Sts.
X Trust Block, Front St., ISew Westminster ���
JAMES.
+++*++++++++++++++++*+++++a4++++4+++4++++4+++++++44++
pone 54.
P. O. Box 665.
* M.MM..I.
This is the
Opportunity Ip
Lm. ov,.
ail(l mai..
Henry's catalogue
out your order for
Celtic Coast
Tested Seeds \
So
liint-
wlndv
1!''��' Supplies, etc.
Sod_ ' XK"U'" t0 anno>' you-
j.,,*0^ fr��m fumigation. No
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VOU "pRBB_  -.
rMES_ THE  BUTTON,"
WE ��o THE REST.
hen
N
RY'S
"������scries!
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every   order   placed   with
us    means   a   satisfied   cus
tomer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RltiHT
Rates on work of any des
cription   or  quantity   quoted
on application.
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MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages  daily.
Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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csoi?r,,n*f Road-
'    C' Br��"ch Nursery,   A
South Vancouver. t
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0P^A HO
IJSE  BOOKINGS.
Wante^at Gncei
100 MEN
and women to come and see the Spien- ,
did bargains ln new and second nan
t'.irci'.ure. a. well as many other -n'-' j
cles -i  t'-a.-.y kinds, including bi ��� '
ers, lncubuiiiis, typewriter, A1
large altohorn, guitar, autonarp, violin, etc., etc.     We have some splen
did    walnut    parlor    furniture,
cheap.   Come ami ���   I     od tralill tor
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hanct Store
AMl 1 -'ri     .
Aprtl 2Jy    ,ilsu'r Power.
April 722!" rylng M[lry.
fbrerl Man.
,lusttreceiveil-a Bhlpoent  of  ��"'
bicycles.
Repairing ol guns, umbrella
writers,   nnd   light   ani       ^ roacD
ery.
Alcx��� Speck
Colun bia St.   "Man on the Wh > ������
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing,
Healthy Home-(ifown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Lid*
Cooper Bros/ Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef, Mutton, Veal.and Pork.
D
a vies
frS
on
Flret-cla���� Cut   Flower*   and
Pet Plants.
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Home Made
Cheese   and
Sausages, Head
Sausage Rolls on
Sale.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line,
fins   fm-   Vancouv- _   and wa.-
staiion.   will   run  fttry half
hour  from  5:40   a. m. l.a-it
oar Waves at 11 ji. va.
Last car leaves Vancouver a!
1 liHO'p.m.
Car.s  leave  the   d<     '
twenty   minutes   f<T   1,0th  Ha,,
���n and city limits over the
city  line.
City   Lme:   Pars   leara   triun
office on tits hOUf, twenty ml*
loetr    niliiu', �����
conuni inittg at 6:2n a   tn
Sapperton   Line:   (an   I
n   niijintp�� after the hour.
half poat slid fifty mlsutea ntttt
be mni'vicing  .it   tii-O
Sunday service half -hourly be-
D ^:.10 a. ni. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia ElectHcTRy/Co., Ltd
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THE  1)AIL?  NEWS
FRIDAY
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A TREMENDOUS
Knights of Pythias
Open Castle Hail
Money-
Saving
ity
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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.
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THE*
Anderson &:
Lusby
Public Supply Store
is simply selling" out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
Columbia Street
The Pearson Electric Co.
-���-.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
nst rue ted  in  the principles of
friendship, charity, and    benevolence,
11...     they  were trained to be bettor
. ui.il aud  better    citizens, and  while
+ \ they were a fraternal order they were
Si also a benevolent organization.     Tlie
'i| order was Instituted _t$ years ago, and
��� j tiny had ii membership of some 3000
Xjln the province, with 35 subordinate
lodges of the    greai    domain.     The
membership of the order was steadily
Increasing.
The speaker, describing the lodge lu
| its   -.en, ral   sense,   said  nothing   but
/what  ��ns    good  wau    taught in 'the
lodge loom.      They had, in  praising
that  or.ier,    no   wish     to  throw  cold
water   on   any   other   fraternal   body.
Having   given some   figures to show j
the large amount of benefit funds paid
out,  be concluded  by  a  reference  W !
the subsidiary branches of the order.
Fraternity.
Rev. De T. Wardlaw Tawlor, having
detailed   :he  functions    of  the order, ,
said  there  was  one  thing  essential,
one principle upon which it stood, on,.
thing  upon    which    it    always must
stand,    the    principle    of    fraternity, j
Whatever   changed   tnat   must   never;
alter.
The reverend speaker proceeded to i
show how humanity had slowly devei- i
oped the idea of common interests, j
They regarded the family life as the
very essence of humanity, something :
^.hieh   stood   buck  of  all  other asso-
I
If you want anything in this line,!
_Y  ...
or even if vou don't, I
you will ffertainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
j BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Po-torfice.
I
ciatious,  yet  there was a day  wh
that   family   life   was  artificial, ��'.._ i
. lien the babe born into it was no',
considered a part    till    he had    been
j dedicated at the altar to the household
U_M ! gods.      Having pointed out  how  tho
i spirit   of   fraternity   had   ben   practi-|8
Mrs in -Meal Machln-j^ 2&���ri--_.
rt'        Clv-h nn_   _nH   ClinnliO _ *i'row cirel*s of local and provincial life,
Brjfj   MXTlireS  UlUl   dU|ipilt-0    phe traced US development to the pres-
ent day. The growth in those principles of fraternity had be.-n steady,
and was    embodied
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.   Phone 331. P, O. Box 928.
These household ne-
L I
Cfcssaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the     J
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Pianos
Organs
Talking Machines
(Victor and  Edison)
AND  ALL  THE   LATEST   RECORDS
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
ALL   THE   LATEST   SHEET   MUSIC
We
have   them   all   at   prices to suit
everyone.
in organization..
6uch as the Knights of Pythias, wltb
a set symbol and rule of life.
Flag   Pr.E.nted.
The chairman took the occasion te
acknowledge the ent��.prise of George
S. Blakeley, and T. Hemhrough In
i working to obtain that hall, and read
a communication from Mayor Keary
regretting his inability to attend.
On., of the pioneers of the order In
British Columbia, Henry Ainstie,
spoke briefly. He hoped they would
have a Castle hall as good in Van-1
couver before long.
The proceedings concluded with the
presentation of a red ensign to the
two lodges by the Pythian Sisters, the
gift being accompanied by an address
of congratulation.
S. 0. Tidy, C. C. of No. 6, and T.
H. Barbaree, C. C. of No. 16, accepted
the flag in trust for their lodges. Tbe
proceedings concluded with the National Anthem.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
BOWLING
House of Quality
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF
Toilet Requisites
Of the  Best Quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New'WeStminster
The    final    game   in the    business
league  between  the    Carpenters and
Royal  City   Mills  will  be played this
evening.      This  will  be followed  by
the annual  meeting of the Westminster Bowling association, with election
of  officers,   also   for   the   purpose  of
appointing team captains to have full
; charge of selecting teams for regular
[practice    for    the    Western Bowling
iCongi'-s- on May 29, and for the Vancouver tournament  on April 26,     A
I team   will   be   picked     t0  attend   the
tournament in Victoria on April '.'..
NEW
Spring Hats
OF LATE DESIGN���ALL SHADES
AND SHAPES ARE THE CHOICEST
IMPORTATIONS FROM "HAT-
LAND." THE SAME OLD PRICES.
FROM $2.50 TO $4.00, PREVAIL. A
HAT FOR EVERY HEAD, YOUNG;
OR OLD.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
F.mily trade a ��pecialty.
Tel.-113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
I There will ��� e an ( ntlre change of
program at tlie Crystal Theatre to<
ni" row. after this the program '.ll
be changed on Mondays, Wednesday!
and Fridays. All next weeh each
I���������! .ni I gentleman among the audi-
will receive a numbered ticket
giving 'in-ill a chance to win a Bi I of
chlnaware consisting of 40 ph ci s,
which the winner can chose from the
lai ��� Btock In Lee's furniture Btore.
The drawing wil] take place on Monday evening, April 5th. ������
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
272 Columbia Street.
CLOTHIERS  AND   HABERDASHERS'
{That Fire Gong!
4 Means something���it means that samp'wi_ ,.  ,   ��               _                           ���
+ -���������--"��� ��"���> ".ainenoay is suffering what you may     Z
| suffer any day-loss of property by fire       -.,,���_ l0__es ___ u|lavo,d      I
+ able, but where protection is ampl, the loss may not be felt.
| Can you afford to carry your own  loss?      Few can.      See  us today
t I                                           and talk the matter over.
v�������� F. J. Hart & Co. Lid. chilliwack
New Westminster, B. C,
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Here again we place before our customers a range of
serviceable White Wear such as they can not find else-
where in the city. The only way you can appreciate
the values shown is to see with your own eyes the gar.
ments fresh from the boxes. We ask the privilege of
showing you  an unusual display for  this Spring
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of Spring Hosiery
Our hosiery section ls now ready to
supply your every want as never before- We Import ourselves hosiery
from Germany, England and the l'nited States as well as procure the best
lints of Canadian goods made, w �����
mention h-r._- a few lines which we
have round difficulty In s.-curlng id
the past v.- our customers.
Boys' and Girls' Socks
The l.st German cotton socks In all
siies irem 4 to 8 i-2 inches. Shown In
ian, black and white. per pair lac
lo   25c
Natural Wool and Balbriggan
Sole Hose
Be.-t German cotton hosv Hennsdorf
dye i'i black, with soles as mentioned
above.      Per pair 35c
Boys' and Girls' Ribbed
Union Wool Hose
Woo) hose in all sizes from 1 1-2 to
10 inchvs, ranging in price from lac to
25c per pair. This is a special line
jusi to hand,
Colored Lisle Hose
A compl-'te r;in��;e of colors now in.
Shades of navy, sky, pink, champagne,
myrtle, reseda, cream, cardinal, lilac,
mauve, grey, brown, etc    Sizes 8 l_i
li. fi 1-2. Per pair 50c and 75c
If you have B hosiery want, ask to s1'
our stock.      We ar,- only loo pleated
to  demonstrate   our  claim   to  having
the best bosi< ry section in the city.
A Snap in Ladies' Blouses
$1.00 Each
SO only, ladii ' blouses made ol Btrlped
English prim of beav_ weight. Ground
is white stripes, light in color. They
are the besl  value we hav,. ever seen
tor th. money, and you win say the
same when you se,. them.     All si/.,--
Kaeh    $1.00
On display in the blouse section is our
entire    Spring    stock of tailored
LINEN AND COTTON BLOUSES;
EMBROIDERED   AND   LACE   FRONT
waists of - very description,   Bach
11.00 to $7.50
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Reynier Kid Gloves in the
New Spring Shades
Note Uie prices on these gloves. Tin-
same lines carri.'d as in past seasons
at lower cost to our customers.
REYNIER HAND SEWN .SUEDE, 2
clasps, in black, ttin and grey,     Pei
pati-        $1.75
REYNIER BONNEVAL Glace kid
short length in tan, mode, grey, nav)
green, cardinal, black anil era-am Per
pair     . $1.50
REYNIER   SITA.       Per   pair
REYNIER   LEILA
pair	
in  tans  only
$1.25
Pei
$1.00
NEW
glove-
RANGE   OF   CHILDREN'S  kW
, just in, tans only.     Per v"1
 90c to $1-00
Long Gloves of Every
Description in Kid,
Lisle and Silk
The new Easter showing if these
long gloves Is just to hand, a ��' '���
as   our   entile   stock  of  short   LISLE,
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SEE OUR SMALL SHOW WINDOW   TODAY  FOR  THE   INITIAL   SHOWING    OF    BOYS
STRAW   GALATEAS,   MAN-OF-WAR   SAILORS,   LADIES'   STRAW   SAILORS   AND
EVERY   DESCRIPTION.
TAFFETA;
MOLE-SKIN
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COTTON and Silk Gloves tor '
nnd   ladles.
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OUTING    HATS��f
W. S. COLLISTER & CO-
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR-
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