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 ' NRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"W  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES   _ CO.
3__tJolumbia St.   Pht     85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1909.
FIVE CE.N ���%   PER COPY.
100 CLAIMS    .
will BE ADJUSTED
He.
, Dominion  Official   to
STiRI MADE WITH
MAY DAY FESTIVAL
Nominations For Queen on
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Settle
Belt.
Disputes in Railway     Friday Week - Celebration
Takes Place April 30.
,,���, course of an Interview with
n repl.e8entative yesterday, R-
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jrgeof the   imber ho.dln.s ot
mien governmi
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nut In the rail-
Columbia, ex-
eagon   why the nominn-
The Injugural meeting of the committee to organize the May Day celebration was held last evening, Aid.
J. .1. Johnston in the chair. The enthusiasm shown promises well for the
fete which is especially Identified
with  New Westminster, and her chli-
K
lied <h'' rel
,��� bad been made by  the Ottawa   dreni and fitron(- wori_ing committees
were elected.
does not supersede
|virnuient
llli- aPWlDtmeDl '
existing offlcial, but  the govern-
M��aBtad a <> �� '-���'��� lrum ,h��
ogle,, who would Beek to :id-
arrangement   the  complaints
��,,_liHie bi ii received by the de-
Lint in �����,aw'1 from i"mh,'rmpn
LgKw term < "��� wn leases of set-
Lwiiiattlii.. on their timber berths
ft* view to take poi icsslon of por-
Lf the holdings.   His instructions,
|��� thej have been formulated.
Ip .ettle these difficulties in  an
J|;,. manner without recourse to
Era as has been tne case In the
It, and to place as many desirable
Lm In the valley-, of British Co-
Liu  He believes many of the cora-
Lts only require sound ���   common
L bet*.en the parties  interested
luwld friction.
laoth. matter to which .Mr. V\ nt-
i iin jtivo hi- attention is to devise
Iter mean? of tire protection for the
fcsts, by an efficient system of bush
ltk_fiwrdiiiii-tiii'. and using the of-
���JInterest against iraste In the log-
��� outfits, which nre productive Of
hy fir.'.
|e has decided in locate at Revel-
as most conveniently  situated
|Up timber berth, concerned,  and
Uj acceaj through the two agen-
i ii'.o which the province Is divid-
lot timber purposes.
I-Whtmin. baring had parliament-
|o_*wi-i. |8 will  qualified  to
i toi-m on matters which will
It li ��t his intention to inter-
*itli ilm departmental work of
���eiistinp cro-n timber agents.   He
Iks there j- a great opportunity
Jibe introduction of stnmp-clearing
JNm. to help the settl.-rs,  and
p? had experience of its use in
l" lee i- ,i ile 'o recommend
I machinery heartily  to  the small
tt thin province  '
Satisfactory Balance.
There was no formal report pr--
sen ted by the secretary, \v. \. Carty,
but he stated that after all the <x.
penses had been met last year, the
total expenditure being $1057.80, a
cheque remained to be paid over to
the new treasurer of |2__.92. Each
year the balance was Increasing. The
OOmmlttee decided to vote n grant to
the parents of this year's queen toward expenses of entertaining, as in
the past financial exigencies hud prevented some children from holding
the coveted office.
Method of Election.
The committee resolved to celebrate
May Day on Apri; 30, the nearest Friday to the actual date. This date is
found to be best for country people,
who are in for market day. The May
Day committee wa_ constituted to
consist of W. A. Gilley, C. D. Peele
and J. J. Cambridge, to arrange the
method in which the May Queen will
be elected. The feeling of the meeting was to leave It to the popular vote
of the children in the schools, nominations to be received at the Central,
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i.-t closes on Monday next. Th<- q'ualiflcatlohs are that a person
must be of the male sex, of the full age of twenty-one years and a
British subject; have been for six months a resident of ih.- province, and for one month domiciled in this district, and not registered as a provincial voter in any other electoral district in British
Col uin Ida.
Any of the following commissioners for taking affidavits wi 1 supply you with the necessary forms and see that you are properly
registered: A. E. Kellington, S. Malcolmson, R. Auckland, James
Anderson, Edward Falk, Robert Fenton, Andrew RaJcrew, C. C .Cameron, John Murphy, Edward Mercer, Robert Mills, J. H. Jones, J. W.
UacDonald, J. C. Digby, P. W. Luce, C. R Deans, Alfred Hardman
and George Mackle,
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MIKKELSEN EXPEDITION      fUlUHMUS SEEK MEANS
WILL START IN JUNE' TO PREVENT ORINE DAMAGE
ENGLISH EXPLORER      FLING WIDE THE DOORS
EAilS TO REACH POLE   TO THE BEST BREEDS
Antarctic Expedition Unsuc- { Prominent Lecturer Classi-
cessful In Quest for Ulti- 3es as Absurd Slogan of
mate South. ;    "Canada for Canadians."
Arctic*   Explorer  Proposes  to  Locate , Track Equipment is Affected and Con-
and Bring Back Remains of Er- sequent  Danger Caused   By   Re-
iksen and Lieut. Hagen. frigerator Drippings.
Copettbaken, March 23.���Tbe plans Chicago, Harch 23.���Railroad off.
of EUlnar Mikkelsen, the Arctic ex-iclala ar. seeking to .-cir.- some prac-
plorer to visit northeast Greenland, tical means of preventing the enor-
In an endeavor to locate and bring . m0m mmnt of dau.age to their track
home the remains of explorers Mylius ,
_, ���. , T i   .   ,, equipment and consequent danger to
Enksen and Lieut.  Hagen, are rapidly   nearly     completion.       It   was  an-   trai"J cau9ed b>' th" dripping of brine
nounced today that the Mlkkelst-n ex-, trota '-he refrigerator cars,
p.-dition will leave early In June. The matter has been referred to the
The expense of the expedition Will American Railway ai.eiatloii, which
be pa.id by the Danish government, is expected to recommend a change
MIKkelsen is being furnished withi" ihe structure of the cam, which
government supplies . and, provisions. will prevent the brine from dripping
He wil, hate a vessel In which will'on the track. One car will produce
be install-_ powerful motor engines. I probably 200 gallons of brine every
Although tbe search Is expected to [24 hours, which la distributed over the
prove  arduous   the  explorer  and  his, roadbed and bridges.
assistants    anticipate   no    failure  in
Westside and Sapperton schools after jflnd|n|_ tb#i bod|eJ
Documents tending to show their io-
cation have been received, and these
an- expected to aid In recovering thv
lost explorer's remains.
FOOTBALL CLUB RAISES
CHICAGO WOMEN  MAKE
HARD  FIGHTS ON  TARIFF
Chicago, March 23.���Seven local
women's clubs, refuting the doctrine
of politicians that "worne- cannot un-
SCHEDULE RATES''brstand the tariff have adopted resolutions Inaugurating a nation-wide
protest against an inc. "use on necessaries in every American home, with
emphasis on cotton gloves and hosiery..
Copies of th.- resolution will be forwarded  to  Washington and  also  will
be  placed before the coming  meeting
Of the council of the National Fedcr,.-
I there   are   also  other  defections  ow- I tion of Women's Cl"bs at Sun Antonio,
hours on Friday week. From those
nominated two children will be selected from those who head the poll
In each school, nnd the six names
will be placed in a separate box, from
which the succv#sful name will be
drawn. The system of-canvassing in .
tho schools will be checked ns far as
posible.
Officers  Chosen. Ar   ���   ���-f't����.   of  the  executive Of
The election of officera resulted: the Westminster Football club lust
Chairman of committee, J. J. Jol^n- evening the benefit game set for Sat-
���ton. secretary. W. X. Tarty; ireas- j '""day with the SChamrocks was post-
urer. Gowan McC.owan. master of cer- ,'oned on account of the international
emonles, .1. J. Cambridge. Tlie coin-l��;i",r' between England and Scotland
mittoes appointed were: ;at Vancouver, arranged for that date.
Collecting. W. A. Gilley. Chief Wat-1takln- ,:,ff several of the players, and j
son nnd W  X. Carty
Loudon, March 23.���The Pal] Mull | Montreal, March 23.���Prof. John
Gazette today says: "it has been Cox. director of the phsyica building
learned from information received in !"��� MoGifl university, gave an addr.-,-
London that the Liritish Antarctic ex- on Canada for Canadians at the w- ..
pedltlon on the ship Nimrod, has to luncheon of th.- Canadian club ol
succeeded In reaching the south pole. Montreal yesterday. There was a
Th. . xp.-dition is In charge of Lieut, j large attendance.
Bhackleton. The news was received ; The lecturer said he would put asld
by cable from New Zealand today, foi- i thl. ab?Urb ��� ^ f)f ���Canada       ���
!h_Nta.-_ *' 0t nadIans-"  wWch  ���*  lh"  "allot cry
" ' of stupid  local patm-rism.
The announcement of the report of.   ,Fog h<aV(,n,s gake, ^
yvc:y ith:Antarctic iK)ie ta,iff ��u brai��s'ft"-����y^ do you will
created  a   stir through  the city.    The ������,   ,w._    s,cu,,. Qv    >
expedition left England in 1907. Deeda ;he best> and k ;        be
A motor sleigh and a number of Si- ^   lJUtriotism  to   be   put off  with
.ber ponies    ��,,, curried    by  the anythill- secondarj. ^ qq gr<)un{j
j of local birth."
_.....: tM . j     The sense in which he wished td
W.th.n 100 Miles. i plead for ���Can.lda f_.. Canad,ans��� w;>._
London, March 23.-(Later).-_t ca- in conservation of tne country's na-
blegram was received this evening di- j tuml resources. Touching upon the
rect from Lieut. E. P. Shachleton, the -^-nds of .he country, which he said
AntHrclic   *ivnlnr*��r    wlir.   n^.l.-   i*.   .!._. ._ -
Antarctic explorer, who early in the
day was reported a_. having reached
the South Pole. The contents of this
message have not yet been given out,
were one of the country's greates.
assets, Prof. Cox said every possible
un-ans w.ere being taken to bring out
��� hordes of emigrants, many of whom
1 iS SOLAR PLEXUS,
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D. Bray    and  Gowan
Peele,   with   powe;   to
PW Have It That This Point Is
pGiUt Emotional Center of
th* Hum.-   Body.
Purchasing,
McG-wwan.
Mu-ic.  G.   D.
PHYSICIAN: H:i11' ''��� ���'��� ���Maiionf-v- w- a- i;i||,.v>
' Gowan    McGowan and    H. M. Stram-
b< rg.
Maypole, D. Bray. It. Wintemu
W.   C.   D.  Baker
and
ing to absence from the city. For that Tex., ;md before tli. Illinois Stale and
reason it was thought advisable to j County Federation of Women's t'lu'is.
offer   Easter   Monday,   the    earliest
j:"   -m  ' Di    Sheldon
"Uh" ������� rh     .   ,,,  the .lohn-
! ''r |M'"      ' ��� vie  class,  In
'""' li : rtua iii> studentsj
2m ,lil'1"   contrarj  to time-
��d notion
available date, to the Shamrocks.
Westham island have agreed to a
league game being changed from April
10 to April 3, Westminster being the
visitors. Xothing definitely has been
announced as to the B. C. cup final be-
Noted    Physician    Dead.
Hcilin,    March    23.���Rudolph    Von
Fen- its. one of the most eminent physicians of Germany, died today as a
result  of a  surgical  operation.      lie
,   ,,   ,,...  ,,4  w:us physician   to the   late Empress
Decorating, c I). Peele, with power ing brought off on Apr    10, though      ^ .^ ^ ^ cfian..(,|lnr Von _tU(
-. _    _,    ,,     .,__     . Hug, wu.ot    wnu;    ui     ��
but it has been declared b> a high au- were from the slums of Europe
thorlty that the explorer failed of sue ! "Surely," he said, "yon cannot Excess. The expedition was obliged to j so much in love with modern clvfliza-
return when within'about 100 miles | tion as to wish to multiply Its worst
of lhp P0"5' j aspe.t... all over the earth.   Surely w��
The secretary of the Royal GeoIOgi-1 ought   to  go  more   leisurely and  de-
cai society said .today .that he had no j v. lop our lands along better lines"
information as to Lieut. Shacklrton'.-- ..,   ,	
BUCC68S,  but  it la  known  that Lieut. ���
E_:sr_S!_!:PM s��� to be
"'*Z:.��.        |    IMPROVES THIS SUMMER
It is considered isignificant, however,	
that Lieut. Shackleton, when he came |
ashore at Invercargill, X. z., refused
aii niiorniation regarding the details
Of his exploration. He at once went
to th. cable office and dispatched a
message. He looked the picture ot
health and Intimated that al] his comrades were well.
Lieut Shackleton's expedition bade
farewell to England at Cowes in July,
1907. The last visitors to his ship
the Nimrod, were King Edward and
Queen Alexandra. His Majesty presented the lieutenant with a Union
Jack to which was attached a card
hearing the message:
"May this Union Jack, which I entrust to your keeping, lead you safely
to th.   South  Pole."
Gas  and    Water Mains,    and Sewer-
Will  B.   Laid on  Thoroughfare
Before   Sidewalks.
THREE MONTHS GRACE
WILL EXPIRE NEXT WEEK
to hire help.
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noi  i.m,| in tiio
1,1 -be   ol ii  plexus.
I .Oestl ,.i
L,, a  young wo-
"l Ills -  lii,.I ,���
L Ion led to the
k y "     '���"'    '""
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in, .if'..."!'  "'" '   ������ -I! emotional a result of b truce between
their is a strong probability this will
Sports, 8. A. Fletcher, W. A. Dash-1 be done.   The team for Saturday week
wood Jones, Albert Beattie, Rev. j. B. | will be announced later.
Henderson,    with    power   to add to
their number.
Procession.   Chief   Watson.   C.    1>-
Peele, G. Simpson,   V.    H. C. Aihbott
and W. C. R. Baker.
The   committee  adjourned   to   meet
on March 31, when the sub-committees
will   report.
low.
Two New Planets Discovered.
Paris,  March  23.���The  astronomer
Galliot,  announced  before  'he  Acad-
j-iny  of Sciences last  night   that he
.ir
CHICAGO   DEALERS   SELL
PISTOLS WITHOUT PERMITS
,    :      Chicago, March 23,   "Revolvers sold
In  periods ot without  permits,"  is the sign conspl-
it shows I cuouslv displayed In various stores as
the city
The courts
���  term it the | hnve Intimated   thai  the   ordinance,
' which requires n purchaser to obtain
permit  from the chief of police l��
Prairie Fire Extinguished.
Chicago,   March  23.���A  prairie  lire
which for o time threatened to sweep
across Gmy.    Ind.,  ha*    been  foughtIhad   discovered   two new   planets  sit-
back und conquered  by hundreds ot]uated  beyond  Neptune, which  is the
residents  who turned out   to protect Outermost known planet of the solar I
their !.   ��� j system.
Fire in Victoria Does j
j   Damage Close to $200,000
Provincial  Order in  Council   Enforced
Locally���Aid. Garrett  Must  Loave
Council   Or  Civil   Service.
���1   "in ol a I'fee- ! nnd  the firearm dealers.
Wghl pr,
"��> the .,,-,���
1 Wttl proi
motional ,, .
bor r   ��� '' ''' Ihe Praser River
��>o,iv;:i;.;"-" "IJ"'^">' ���
milk ...        '"'   'riven out to
Blerdaj often ���
l�� bo(.ri
The
fch of tl ;"  ""' ap-
]controi ot ,r nnd Kl" bey��nd
IWn��nn ,i,   , " '";|"  ln  charge,
,1,e ��wcttt.r,"aCk8_ ; M in tpont
defective, nnd no prosecutions will be
started until a new law is passed.
This will take the power of granting
permits OUI of the hands of the police nini give the firearm dealers the
right to sell to all applicants after
going through the formality ot "���'**''
tnliiing" If they nn- criminals, habitual
drunkards or lunatics.
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Victoria, H. ('���. .March 2::.-The Pa-  gutting the entire Mock, leaving noth-
,��� ������, and adjoining buildings 01   'ng standing bul tin* Fort an I Broufh-
���he block hounded by Fort, Broad and ,on v"'
.    ,     .-.   ,.   street  wall, nnd a  portion of the sec
Broughton streets,    owned    by F. B.
lower pun of the Broad
the sec-
which (ell    away Into Gu
ild story
pemberton, a   two-story    block  with j8tr��et.
8{0l-( fronting on the thr-v- s.reeis oc- The stores burnt out, most of their,
cu,jylng the lower Btoty, and the upper -docks destroyed wire:
containing the luxuriously furnished i Cooper & Llnglater, tallora; F. B,
,������.!,���. club, was destroyed hy lire I Pemberton & Co.. real estate mid in-
earIy this morning. The loss Is be-lsurance agents. Miss Melher, milliner;
$150,000 and  $200,000,    mostly Bell Piano Agency; Club barbOr shqp;
Shortly after Alderman Garrett's
election, the question having arisen as
to his qualification to sit as an employee of the provincial government.
the executive w.i- asked to slate an
opinion on the su iject, iu consequence
of u Iiich ile provincial secretary
wrote early In the yew permitting the
alderman to sit unmolested for three
months, after which he would navq to
choose between retiring; from the City
Council, nnd losing bla employment iti
the civic si-rile.-.
X'.'Xt    week   thai   extension   of   time
expires, mui Alderman Garrett will
have to make ;i dr Ision. He anticipates making u statement of his intentions nt the next meeting of the
City Council, hut bus not definitely
decided what line he will tnke.
in connection with the projected Improvements of Columbia street a number of changes are foreshadowed. The
city wil probably lay another water
main along the south side of the
street, and thus .avoid interruption of
truffle during tires as has been the
cuse in the past, and consequently
add hydrants for that purpose on th--
street corn.-rs near the river.
The Westminster Gas Company proposes to lay new mains on either side,
and the Royal City Gas Improvement
Company wlll also ask power for the
same purpose. Xew sewers will be
laid whll.- the sidewalks are up, and
the intention is to place the street in
a thorough condition when once work
is begun. What win b_ done With
the roadway is uncertain, but the R.
C. Electric Railway will meanwhile
make their tracks better by laying
Ii.n vie, Bteel, keeping the grade to
that which will ultimately .be the
street (e.vel,
Stricter steps ��il be taken to prevent rigs being backed up by teamsters against the sidewalk, causing
much damage which could be easily
prevented.
The gei .ii local improvement bylaw wlll lu- introduced at an early
date, the city solicitor having the matter  in   hand.
Is-ut an'ii'V'^      Th" hors" w����
lrnrovol.     brUl8fi<l. bill  may possl-
Rats.
Res.
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lv   will be a
rw%iiuCinC8t,��;,he nei��hbo'-
ttoWi?tw '">"-<yi,.
tt roao, i���  ,      maintenance of
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Boston  to Make  War on
Boston. March 23.���Boston
have  a  crusade  against  ratfl *-""l|^
to th,. on,, conducted In San Fran   ^
co.     Several   well   known   women ' ;l"
proposal,
become interested   in tb
ni'coine   mici.sieu     ...   ���������        ��� gig. I thrOUgn
among mem Mr* T.J. Bow k��.��       L
tOr   Of   the   president-elect   .'I   ����       ar. I unOCCUR
Th,- __ht -i���nlnst the rats is '" '"    '... I... ,���
the
Th,. fight agftlnsi the rots is  "     cJtj !)00r .,m* the flames gained lieadw
lied   on   in   order   to   niul-"
J healthful,
.",, ,,i  by insurance. I (M. J. niatnews); jonn loim-n. piuw
The call's., of the lire, which origin-  ber;   Royal Dairy;  C. H. Tile & Co.,
,���,, ai ihe   rear of   John Colbert's painter*! B. M. Wilson, locks nlth. and
I plumbing  shop  on   ths   Board   Btreet B- If. Johnston, real estate and linan-
j 8j_e, is unknown.     When the firemen \ < ial agent.
Inrrived about 3:30 a.m., smoke poured j The Pacific Club occupied the entire
,-,.,,,). iln wof and from the windows, upper floor, Including bl 'rd and
There was some alarm for a time be-icard rooms, reading rooms and dining
,,;*,. of a report that some people i room, tha whole famished elaborately,
ivere asle.p in the Pacific Club and j 8. B. Pemberton, owner of the build-
thG ti,-, nien tried to'fight their way ing, raid this mornins that the work
gh the smoke into the club, but of rebuilding will commence this afternoon, a modern five-story str_o-
inre win he   erected,     The    burnt
building   was   two   ani   tl""1'   s""'1 '*
Lulu Island Developments.
Developments are taking place rapidly on Lulu Island, and what is principal y lucking is trackage accommodation such as Mould be supplied by
a spur running from lhe 11. C. Electric
Railway or C. P R OVe. the new
bridge when completed. A consLler-
nble quantity of clearing has been
accomplished nnd n< w Industries nre
opening even   week
Elocution Contest.
Al  tlie elocution contest this evening   following   the   regular   meeting
of Westminster council of the R. T,
of  T..  tin re  will  he  five  contestants
for th,. silver medal: F. W. H.igg-
inan "The Boy on Prohibition," A.
Oxenbury "Fatal Xew Year's Eve," L.
Carrall, The Terrthle Charge," T. F.
Phillips. The Little Shoes," and F.
Murk. Ar v.10 o'clock the doors will
bi   :li row ii open to the  public.
soon found that tho club was
unoccupied.     The water pressure waa
a y
quickly
shooting through the roof nni
in  height.
Mrs. James Robertson, of Ash
suet, who has been In the Royal Co-
luiiiblun hospital r��r some time, is
making slot* progress toward recovery.
Socialism Would Ruin H*ne Life.
New York, March 23.���In the Outlook appeara the Brsi article by Theodore Roosevelt on. Socialism. The
. xPiesident says:
"On the social and domestic side,
dudiinarj socialism would replace
the family and home life by a glorified state free lunch counter and a
sttite foundling asylum, deliberately
enthroning self-indulgence as the
idea. with, on its darker side, the absolute abandonment of al] morality a��
between   man   and   woman."
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDN_SDAY
'MARCH 24,.
Classified Advertisements
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 more that
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all  fours there is no longer any doubt.      "When  the  dimpled  baby's hungry,  what  does  the  baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and merely   sweetly  coo;
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   teaches1     it   pays   to  advertise." ��� Chicag
does' but   that
n9ry baby
Record-Herald.
WANTED���General    servant.      Apply) ARTHUR     O'CONNOR,     POULTRY
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrio, Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenue.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, S"2 Royal avenue.
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, Xew Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
nnd Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|te your requirements.
FISH  AND GAME.
ROOMS TO LET IX THE BURR
Bkick���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.
BENSON & AYL1XG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. liegbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNi-URE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
Limited,  Front street,    Xew  Westminster.     Manufacturers of modem
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS, j WESTMINSTER PRESS TOR EVERY
kind of    job  printing;     best  work
reasonable prices,    phone ..'.. P. 0.
box  142.    Daily  Xews  Block, Sixth
saw  und    shingle    mill  machinery, j     a-treel.
Mill   plants   tuid   specifications pre-1. i 	
,,a,,,,t. PHOTOGRAPHER.
 3. J. RITCHIE, ARMbTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
MUSIC-
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lot tu Anlelli, R. A. M., Loudon, Eng.,
aud of G. F. Sims, Mas. Bac, Oxford., England/ will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
 p, it. Brown, manager,  l*. o. Box
556, phone 334.
TWO -CRES, five miles out, at u
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an Ideal chicken
ranch ut small cost;  $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the best pari of Burnaby at Ji"1* each. 50 by 150; easy
terms.
TAILORS.
(;AIA,N' t^t; ladii
���**   ; "'"!-       '-x-'lu-ive mQ
"* ladlei    '"���! v n'a suitings Pre|
in" ;*'"*   "'-'    'ng, o�� short
Phone   |v   i
i 'met
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURXISH-
etl bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 2S7, Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS  AND  AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
GROCERY.
FOR THE .BEST VALUE IN _RO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,   P.   O.  Box  811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS.  RUXACRES,  216    SIXTH ST.,
opp.     Queen's    Avenue    C.iurch.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, hea-J
��� cheese, etc.
I
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer nnd importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROu.d
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanltas;
house painting, kalSominlng, paper
hahglfag nnd decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or i le, tea, coffee or milk.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY.
Columbia street, near train otiice,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, suburban
tract-, farm lands, and chipken
ranches.
Fraternal Societt
I. O. O. F.-AMITY _.___, Nor
The regmar meetings of this J
ire hsld In Oddfellews' hall.
hla atreet, every  Mn-i-*
at 8 o'clock,
iy evenjJ
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES, j
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,!
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
-1 KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   &   CAFE
I     Tickets,  21  meals    for $4.      Home
cooking.     Meals, short orders, oys-
'     ters.     All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed.      Open    day    and
night.     Opposite tram office.
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
speclatly, Room 7 Hamley block.
P. 0. Box 45 . phon* e64.
DIAMOND .. CORBOCLli, SIXTH
street.
FOR SALE- 11 \I.F MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only |6 a foot; will be worth |25 a
foot In _ year's time. Compare
this with oth.-r prices.
FoR SALE���12-5-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $1^0 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B j
Red Rose Degree meets Becojii
Fourth  Wi !' ,f ,.'irh j���
In K. of P. Hall, rolilmi,-a 3|1
R p. m., WI Ite Rose I'-.m., fJ
Wediiesd.r. moniin
time and place
.. O. U. W���FRASER LODGitu
���Meetings the first ami ihtiTJ
day in each month, ft
brethren cordtaih Invited tofl
Lodge room, A. <>. 1'. W. hail..
UllOWS'   block,  Clarkson
,OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,1
���Meets the Fourth Kr|,|ay jt
month at 8 o'clock, in the:
hall, Oddfellows' block.
ROLLER  RINK.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer, Room 10, Brine Block, Xew
Westminster.    P. O. Box 71.5.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GO0DFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 11, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT-
Oulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
IRON WORKS.
PROFESSIONAL.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work.    Telephone 324, P.' GEORGE E.  MARTIN
HENRY'S   NURSERIES -  PACIFIC   PYTHIAN SKATING RINK,   New  K.
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, beei     of P hall. Eighth and Agnes streets,
supplies,    etc.      1010    Westminster,
road,   Vancouver,   and  branch  ntir
Hours*   Morning,    10    to 12; afternoon, 2:80 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.
serv at  South Vancouver.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
O. Box 442.
LIVERY STABLE.
BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Qulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster,  B.  C.
RING    UP   250   FOR    HACKS    AND
smart  turnouts.     The  Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
W. MYERS CRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 106.
Telephone 64
GARDINER _ SHERRIPF, ARCHI
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
ROYAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,'   ROYAL j WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
Avenue and Buckie Street. Xow is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in clotcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
phone 331. P. O. box 928.
W. X. DRAPER. B. C. LAND 3UR-
veyor, Ellard block, New West
minster. B. C.
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
U. 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 Stri _t west.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
F. NASH, B. C. LAND SURVEYOR.
5 and 6 Hamley block, New Westminster.
RING  UP   PHONE  1S5  FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc.   Reasonable
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE .SHILr.S & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store next to telephone office.
STORE���On Columbia street. Sapperton, to rent;  $15 per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for $lu0 and $!-���''
each; $-5 down, balance at 7 per
cent.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance, wholesale and
retai; flour and feed, carriages and
vehicles of all kinds. Phone 336.
186 Columbia St. P. O. drawer 100.
ABBOTT & HYDE. iV.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street 1*. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING. ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 6H4
FRATERNAL   ORDER  OF
Aerie No. 20���Meets every'
evening at 8 p. ni., In the
hall,    Colombia   street.  A.
W.  Pres.;  H. Schofleld, Seen
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc Province office, Columbia street.    Phone 62.
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandeii,
near Tram office. ;
J. J. JOHNSTON. DU-ONT hiyOCK,
Columbia atreet, phone 169.
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a  half from  car terminus,  Sapper-
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER     OPERA      HOUSE,1
Lome street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions  provided  during
the sea. m.      Advance ticket offlce.
Ryall'8 Drug  Store. j
THE EDISON THEATRE, COR.sER j
Columbia and Eighth. High-clu-s}
moving pictures, Illustrated songs, j
Program changed Monday, WedneS- I
dav and Friday.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF'
PERANCE meet everj' Ww
at 8 o'clock p. ni., in Oddlel
hail, Columbia street.
ION- OF  oCOTLAND BENEFIT!
8OCIATI0N, LORD OF THEl��f
CAMP, 191.���-Meets on the Flu
Third  Tuesday ol every moil
K. of H. hall'   Chief W, _t*(
I, O. O. F.���Royai City Longs, |
���Meets In Oddfellows Hill
umbla Street, every tridaytj
at 8 o'clock Visiting "..*���
be made welcome. G. &j
N. G., C. E. Osborne, P. Q.,
lng secretary.
charges; quick service.    Royal City j     ton;   prices and terms  very  reason-
Parcel Delivery. |     aj,i),_ i
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKKINO :
Co., bank, office and store fittings; J
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels J
and detail work. Designs and esti- ]
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro- j
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh ,
and car line. P. 0. liox 254, Phone j
473. ,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIE
include the Union Lodge, M]
K. and A M . King Solonxsi
No. 17, A. K. Hii'l A- M-jJI
No. 1160;-L. O. L, No. 15.'
Sapperton, Nu. ''^:;. '��� �� *'
K., Court Westminster, -J
Brotherhood of Ow's. Neitl
BOARD   OF TRADE.-.*-''* *'��
ster Hoiiid of Trade   BKe_|
Board Roma. City Uwll. as f
Third   Thursday   of' each
Quarterly   meetings on U��
Thursday    of   .e.v .
August and   November, at ij
Annual    meetings   on   the
Thursday    of   Feimiary.
members    may   lie   P^l
elected at any monthly or q��j
meeting.    A. E. Whits. 8��*
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wafer..
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight str-et
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL lo the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  PaDer,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATL1N,
WHITE HOUSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
HANKS. Dally trains (except Sunday)
carrying passengi rs, mall, express and
freight connect   with   Stages   at   Car-
i ro . and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough wini. r service.
Km- Infoi coatlon apply to
J. ll. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
NtW YliliK LABOR FACTION
FORMS POLITICAL PAHTY
New Organization Hopes to Carry Ou.
Pclicies  Outlined   Last Fall   by
Federation of Labor.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-   IN
THE        DAILY NEW.
Westminster'. Home Paper,
NetV York, March 23. Willi th
ii i].- of carrying out the political program outlined lust fall by thi Amei
lean Fedi ration of La or, an organization known as the Worklngman'a Po
lltlcal party bus been started in Ni *
iVork. Work is being dune in ever;
assemblj dli Lrlcti und an atti mpt will
be in de tb concentrate thi votes ol
union nu n on as i inb.y ��� ndl
who .vii] pledge themselves to work In
'I'" '.' ' ti tm v tor u mod,, Icatloi
thi  Inj mctloh laws.
The movement was stun.
ter the conviction of President Sam-
uel Gompers   and   his assoi lati..   ���
oontempi of court, and It wi     ���   -    i
'Ped to i nils!  the unions in ,
;'   unions    But as ibis bus fall   |
"'' } work is being don. amon   ���
rn n Individually.   Headq    ���
(i   tin   new itarty have bea
v.   tli Avenue,
Coming  Here,
Winni]   v  March  23.    l'i\
iilcrs    arrived
going on to Brl
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
NORTH COAST LINE FOR
HARRIMAN   SYSTEM
Portland, Or., March 23,- The mysterious  North Coast    road,  that has
long been the enigma of tb, northwest
railroad situation, Is believed to halve
Vein connected up with the O. ,R, &
N".     The North Coast, has up to this
time  remained  an    ungue      |   ,iddle.
but now it ls  thought the I landman
ini. rests hnve been behind   | ��� project
: from its Inception, nnd thai  the rail-
. road will Invade the Hill i.- rltory in
eastern Washington for lb, purpose of
; diverting traffic to the o.. r g, -a,- Il)1(l
' Union Pacific that would o li rwl e be
! b-aiili'il  over the  North.-i n   ' aciflc  or
j Ci, ut   Northern.
BRITAIN WILL NOT BUY
BRAZILIAN   DREADNOUGHT
London, March 2d.���Reginald .McKenna, lirst lord of the admiralty, said
In the house of commons yesterday
that the governmenl had no intention
ol purchasing the Urtizillan Dreadnought now being built in this country.
SMALL REWARD OFFFttD
FOR CAPTURE OF MURDERER
Chinaman   Willing   to   Subscribe   Fund
to Give Anyone Who Will Arr.jt
Indian   Murdere-*.
French   Strike   Off.
Paris, March 23.���The strike of the
telegraphers ahd postal employees
wns Officially .d-clared off this morning, following a general meeting by
the sirikers. ii,,. employivs will
return to their old positions pending
a settlement of their differences With
the governmenl
Vancouver,   March  M.   Becaui     of
the fuel that but if.'.n reward bus een
offered for the ri-capiun- of an liidl-.ili
ntuned Loni,. who broke jail at Clinton some weeks ago while held on n
charge of murder, the Chinese residents of tho cariboo have requested
the aid of Vancouver Chinese lu inducing the governmenl  to    increase
the reward. Mr. David C. Lew. Wh I
left over it week ago for Dog Creek
to Investigate the matter, returned to
Vancouver yesterday and will make
his  report  tonight.
Some months ago n Chinese miner
named Liutir wus shot und killed. Two
Indians wen- arrested and charged
with the crime,   One was held at Ash
I f-roft and the Othdr al  Clinton.    It  is
! alleged by the Chinese that Ibe po iv
authorities n; the latter point were
lax In tli. 1 r can. <if the prison,.r Louie
'and that ns'a consoquenoe his escape
was easily mad... The Indian Is slip
posed  io have  lied  to  the norther i
I part of the Clillootln district.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land t>M
District of Saywa^
'I'ake notice that I", ���'��� ^
oi  Vancouver, oi upatwu ������   ���
i .   .,..rnll-'i<-l_
tend to ap| ly i'    ���' ������'' ..   j
chase the fallowing descrlbej
Commencing al a Post ���.,
the nbrth sh I ^lth rwl
thence following the show
southerly,    westerly,
easterly back to point o    JL
ment, taking in the whole vm
talning 200 ?^%j$
Dated Feb. :vi!v^'
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL ��'����''
through the coin--;'T
NEWS.    The Morn'n9 K^'
NOTICE.
New West. ins����r D'S'    L
___,tni"*_|
District of New Wes |
Tuke notice, -;1^:;tJi
Pitt Meadows. It. ������ md
ried lady, intends t0 a^1 foilo��W
sirui to purchase tli ^S
..cribed lands: Com'nen^
planted at the ^otithea-t^ I
1020, thence ��"' ' * 5| |S|
south 80 chains. 1 ��       *J
mo,, orb  .:' "::,0
thence northerb -- -,,,
the polnl of���    "...
In.  H10 acres n.-' J    oB.
1|AiJ      viV M*
M, i, QOZW jESDAY
MARCH 24. I**'
THE  DAILY   NEW Si
PAGE THREE.
Mail Service
o   BOUNTY
��LU      M_ TO PUF.CHA-��RS.
:nt of the light of
icani
|, . yoluieer-entitled >tO .��
nti Au:c'_ ,.,   b.   by way of aP-
Following are the hours . | despatch
ACT.  1908.  aml arrival oi malls ai the New West
minster pom office, the-hour-given-In
each case being th,. _ul-
which 1_ half an Hour, .,
fore the actual
nil 6
-raut
must
,!;. iii ute
provid'
t-
tope
w|on
Ilia')'
e.Bl���� a lid d oy the'^   :
form -
Of closing,
i. r.uie, be-
:' patoh,   All malls,
-a otherwise stated, are despatch1.
and must he ' ��>���  and received dally except Sundaw
The only mails dispatched    and    received Sunday are the C. p. r. d0uth
railed   to   Sllb
; , . the volunteer; and C. P. it. east mails
.of
Act
_  -   ������
:.'V ������'
(ics '-'i'i.   '-be    way   rn..:;-
nieni
ini-1
|Uer M -1
lliti
, Bhall i��'
k, Departmenl
,, provides
...  of a vol-; Mills and Coquitlam.
'  ",;"""1 "l a !!_!'. I   ( Mails Despatched.
led or recognised
interior!    C:,J,J a.m.   (cl  _ at eioven 0-ciock
yrioptu    ot   Canaamw    worth-West
Home.teaa Regulations.
A.y even numberba section of Dominion ;_n_s i_ Manitoba, Saskatchewan' and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved may be homesteaded by
any person who i��� the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the , .tent ot one-quarter sec-
not Including j HoI, ���
Bap ii  ton,   Fraser
of   t.i
well
uted and dated after, the -previous   nigh:,---V iu.c0UV,r    vla
*nt n����
I Defence
"for the land; 0-  N. it. "Owl." Vic
;e
r of the
of the w
by t
In fav<
volunteer.
w OREENWAY,
issioner of iwmlnlon
Lands. Ottawa.
Commn
"tt ��f I  ZMinister of B_I11U�� "'-'-sday.
iIssued . .._ ������i������tper.      8:gp a.m.-   Vancouver via li. (J. Elec
tric railway. ,
Sumas and Seattle, including all U.
S.  Points east and south, and point.
between  New Wv-tminster and Hunt-
indon,  B.C., via Cl P. it.  south.    Co-
j r-ultlam,  Sapperton  and  Fraser  Mills.
I     8:.'10  a.m.- itlaitu.  and   Seattl-,    in-
: eluding ail U. S. points east and south;
; also all points between New Westmin.
j st_r and Blaine, via G. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Cio-
i ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-
'' via  und   Kensington  Prairie)    Hazel-
L WESTMINSTER
1 TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
District of  Surrey.
W|(.  notice.
thin
Ileurj   T.
tlie
unitnclng a
inrlft
ssion l0 I mere,   Port   Kells,  Hall's   Prairie  and
Nicomekl despatched  dally except on
to appi:- i,:   ���"" ������������;������ ;; i "-'<
following   described land:
post i.lunted Where
oundary   of    lot 506,
dis-
Sunday;   Clayton,   Monday,   Tuesday,
Thursday   nnd   Saturday,      Tynehead
southerly
Wo (2), Se*  Westminster ; ^ . ^ Accor(,   Wedne6da    an(, Rat.
,1...    iiiurii'r secuon
"* ,.   ���_-,'   urday.    These  mulls are all  received
- mining     north  -U'J
21   town - RarHP <lay;j as ds8patched.
m through section two W. .-.00 am_Vanr0Uve    victoria and
mi-  then." su_th   ttiU  rous, ;
0__ (II, twnc ...Central  Park, via B. C. Electric rail-
.east 160 rods; thence north toi-
before ] w,l}
bup:
le. intersects
,,rolonged
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry   Mill,     Tim-
���joint 200 feet south of thi
IV; .__ souther^'    Uniiidu.y of lot !
*25J.  thence earf-rtfr bf_tod  and  South   Westminster,  by
,Tto 'he laid southerly   boufr! curler (Tuesday and Friday).
*"'' [wo  (2j, to a*I     1:3Q p.m.���Bust Iiurnaby, by courier
��� ,_- 49_t'parah 2:00 pm-Burqultlam, by courier,
thence west to I 2:00 P-m.��� ladner, Port Guichon.
62 roils distant; Weatham  l3_uid and Sunbury,    daily
|- of Wt 505, group t-
bt i
north latitude;
watt-r _���""!. and
Woodward,   Tuesday,
, more or 'ess.
Amplication tor entry must o_
uiade iu person by the applicant at
�� Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
-gency fur the district ln which the
land ia situate. Entry by proxy may,
aowever, be made at an agency on
-ertaln condition., by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
in Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
>t the foi owing plans-
tl) At least six monthB' residence
ipon and cultivation of the land ln
-Mich year for three yearB.
('_) A homesteader may, if he so
"esires, perform the required real-
lence duties by living on farming
and owned _oiely bv him. not less
r.han eighty (80) aires in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
iwnership in land will not meet this
requlrement. ;
CD If the father (or mother, If the.
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
qus permanent residence on farming
iand owned solely by him, not less
t. an eighty (.80. acres ln extent, In
Lie ��lc!nlty of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties By
llrlcg with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "\1ctnlty" In the two
preceding ;>_ra;,rap_8 ls defined as
meaning not more t_an nine miles In
a direct Hue. exclusive nf the width
of road allowances crossed in rhe
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perfor,ni his residence duties ln ac
cordance wr_h the above while living
CANADA'S LUMBER YIELD     LIBERALS SWEPT
DELHI: .SMI DURING 1908
r
ALBERIA PROVINCE
The lumber out ;
yyVVZ,1 Complete Election Returns
Give 35 Lib, 2 Cons. 1
Ind. and 1 Soc.
[Ottawa, Marcb
tin    "i    Canada
Hriii ih  Columbia    bud    early in 190u
1P0.I .<v"-i,  fpei   0f  Bawn  iumber  nnd j
190,000,000  feet of logs  :o  Vvlllch 100,- '
000,000 ���'.-, i had bei 11 added in a year.
Ottawa  irall-y mills put out 503,000,-;
000 feet as against 532,000,000 in 1907, |
whi;,-  the Georgian  bay  district  put :
dut 504.073,008 feet as against 755,623,.  go^,.,
000 feel in   1907.     Quebec's totals in !      ,    .      ,
_-o�� _       oi.nftA    ��. yesterday by a record majority, and
HB08 were 214,000,000 feet as compared
wiih  262.000,000 in  1907. at "'" proBent tlme "- looU ;l" though
���. .  the partles In  the neW bduse would
be:     Liberals 37, Conservative., _, Independent    Conservative   pledged   to
Calgary, March 23.���The Rutherford
SMALL   SURPLUS  IS
SHOWN   BY   NOVA   SCOTIA
! support the government 1, Socialist  I.
At   the   lust  election  the  vote  wus
Liberals 23, Conservatives 2.
Iio:h the opposition members of the
old house were beaten.    Not a Liberal
member of the old house was beaten.
Despite  the one-sided  nature of the
.battle  there  were some    keen lights.
Halifax,  \V  S.,  March  23.���PVemier
Murraj brought down the financial return-, in the legislature yesterday afternoon.       The    treasurers     report
shows a surplus of $168;707, but  the
promi.-r Bays that dwluctlng from this
amount the appropriation for road **' '������
vies  unpaid on  September    30, but.
subsequently    paid  within    the fiscal ! H'-'hap*.  the hardest was ln Calgary,;
year, the actual surplus over erpendl- \wtxero M'>s*rs- R. B. Bennett and Dr.
ttire is $86589 Blow  met   Hon. W.  II. dishing, mln-1
. |ister Of public works, and Dr. Egbert. I
! Mr. Cushlng and Mr. Bennett, one of
Sit  Closer  in  Cars. pnch party, were elected.
Play Ball
Robber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse  Sticks 35c  up
Ease  Bails '0c up
Gloves sn.  "iv- 40c up
Bat*"    20c  up
Mains.   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Toronto, March 23.���An order bus
been issued to the conductors of the
stre.t railway asking them to mnke
passengers sit more closely together
In the cars. An effort will be made
to prevent people from sitting sideways and occupying several Beats,
Crystal Tkeatre I. .L^
The latest and most up-to-date
Though numerically the opposition
will be stronger than In the lust
house, it will have more weight. Mr.
Bennett is looked upon as the strongest oppon.-nt of the government.
One of tn<> features of the battle
outside of the struggle in Calgary, wns
Ithe tight in Hdmonton, where an effort was made by certain opponents of
rnment to defeat Hon. Mr. I
he attorney-general. lt was
unsuccessful, and Mr. Cross ran ahead
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
t_e said 49th parallel of north I asctyt  Sunday;
Hide; thence south 62 rods thence , Thursday and Saturday,    via    "J.    C,
It to the point where the BOUfl-6?-.   '��� Bruce."    iStevesuin- mail  despatched *;ith parents or on farming Land owin-
of lot 505, group two   (2) jand received  via Vancouver.) j ed  by himse.lf must notify the agent
ttndary
nts the before mentioned 49th     2:30   p.B_���Vancouver   and
I of north latitude; tb**n foilow-,' siding, rla O. N. R. north,
���tip said M-th-rly boun-iary of lot j     4:00  Vanrouvi-r and  Burnaby  lake,
jump two (21, to the point of ��� via b. C. Electric railway.   Saturday
Benc��n*-_t. containing by etHima-, an f.xtra mall is d'^patr-hed  to
two  aandrcd   und   forty acres {t0rl;l vla Vancouver at this hour.
I or less.
at White Rock,   B.  C   '.his
[id day of February, 1909.
HENRY T.  THH1K1'.
Blalno and Seattle, inehidlng all V
R. points east and south, via O. N. R
���Tly-r."
2:30 p.m.--C. P. R east, Sapperton
and Fras.r Mills.
Piper; tor tbe district of such Intention.
Bl_ mof.ths' Dotice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent
W.  W.  CORY.
Deputy of 'be Minister of the interior
Wc-
of his  running mate by 300, and de-
ANIMATED PICTURES AND ILLUS- j f����ted. his  Conservative  opponent  by
1600.
The greatest    surprise of the cam-
Programme changed  Monday,  Wed- palgn was. the vlcton* of    Hon. Mr.
hesday and Friday. Afternoon  matin- .Ffn'.ay    in    Medicine    Hat.      It was
TRATED SONGS.
ees from 2 to 5.     Evening
ance commenoes at 7 p.m.
perform-
ADMISSION   10c.
CHILDREN   5c.
[W WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
|Take notice tha; the undersigned
Rends to apply to tne hou. the com-
pssioner of lands for pevnu. siou to
e tie undermentioned lands in
Westminster district:
KODuneoclng al a point where the
IctloB iin,- . v vi . ,1)  i 'imi iu; i as;
Mall*   Received.
_:.- a.m.���Blaine ana Scittie, in
eluding t.11 U. S. points, vva O. K. R
'Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday aud Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via IS. C. Klec-
tric railway.
2:30  p m.��� nun.ui.lam, by  courier.
3:30 p.m- lllaine and  Seattle,    tn-
CKT YOUR SPRING  SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel  Block,  P.  O.  Box  644,
New  Westminster.
fi test between sections s. ven (7) j cludlnt all V. S. poln��_; also ail points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a m���Vancouver  and Victoria,
via Q. N. R.
10:00   to   U:O0  a.m.���Ladner,   Port
sk'Hy parallel to ine westerly nnd   GUi0_,on, Westham Island and tTues-
wly of   the   said   *��t ! dny, Thursday  and Saturday)   Wood-
>deighteen um, intersects the west-
boundary of lot 505, group two
(fewWeitmlnster district; tn<-nce
terly 1001.. t, thence southerly and
to the centre line I prolonged) run-
Hnorth und South tnorugh sectloh
m (8), township one ill, -N.-w
'estminster   district;    thence   .south
Iw, thence easterly parallel with
-v       lerlj   boundary  ot'  the
��05 point Immediately
'"; the i  In   wm re the centre ;
'i|r'';"V'' I       a nn east or weal
'TOph -.ii n   ��� ;, (jo),   intersects
W^Mer mar]    ���  ence north along |
-weaterl    -. ,., .;ijj |,,t -,,.,
lhe :���'''���������������' -������' . id centre line ol
im ���;"- '. I h ' rsects hlghtwatei
4rk; :h" Ij   and  northerhil
"n  'h' and    westerly '
[J^ry Un,  .,   aid i���,  -p., ,0 the
F of beginning, containing by eatl '
rnn ,;" act,   b      or lB8B. ���
.Da^'" White Hod;, b. c, pebru-
t'lT     E w LEfi90N'
"A^T       TIV   'I v.,nt
ward, via steamer Favo��iite. (Steves-
i ton despatched and received via Van-
1 couver.)
12:30   to   1    p.m.���C.
Sapperton, Eraser Mills
!lam.
r.oo ii m.���Vancouver,
and Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m��� Sumas an. .eattia, *���-
eluding all V. S. poin-'. snd prtnt, between Hun'inglon and New Westminster, Via C. P. It. south; also Eraser
Mills.
P.   R.   east,
and   Coquit-
Centra] Park
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK Tiii: TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train-  Every Day In the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
.THE TRAIN OF FAME
Till:       NORTH-WESTERN,       LTD.
Embodies v.-   newest
for COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, and | ">e name., of Charles F. Sprott. Lucy
LUXURY It la lighted with both Christine Sprott, Francis Kala Schou,
eleotrlolty ani'gas; the most brilliant- j has been filed in this offlce.
ly illuminate,] train in the world. The Notice is hereby given tha. 1 shall.
equipment consists ot private compart- * ���������'- expiration of on,, month from
ment cars   -tandard 16 section sleep-1 the "������*���> of ^ first P^Ucatlon here-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the north portion 17 by ���"��� chains
j (S   1--  acres|   ot    subdivision  12  and
j the north    portion   10 by    chains   (5
acres), of subdivision  13 of  Ix.t   7..
Group 1,  map  .1.16.  New  Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the  loss of cerli-
I looked upon as close, but the minister
of agriculture smothered Ids opponent,
who lost his deposit.
I    Some of the other celebrated battle..,
w.re in Nanton, where Mr. Robertson.
the  late    Conservative    leader,  went
down to defeat.     Dr. Brett, the pres-
| ent leader of the party, was beaten by I
i Mr. Fisher in Cochrane by a big ma-1
jority.
The government side. Will also be
i stronger. Some of the more promt-
neni new members are Messrs. Dun-:
can Marshall, \V. A. Buchanan, editor of the Lethbrldge Herald; Oeorge
, P. Smith, of Camrose, nnd Louis Roberts, of High River.
The standing Is as follows:
Liberals���Alexandra.    Calgary    (11. j
Ctimros'.. Cardston, ClareahOlmj Coch-1
vani-.   Didsbury,   Edmonton   (2)
Chen',  High   River.   Innisfail,   Luc  Ste.
Ann-'.   Ledue,   Lethbrldge   City,   Leth-
! bridge      district,    Macleod,    Medicine
; Hat,   Nanton,   Olds,   Pakan.   Pembina,
PYTHIAN
SKATING  RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eightn and  Agnes Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternooD
2:30 to .; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, 3kates 25c. On Saturday-
10 to 12, school children under 12
will bo tarnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on aale. 'Phone
A 4&3.
COOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
IRE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S 8TATIONERV 8TORE
J.  g/ GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE   ard
Gle. j-'THE FAIR," Columbia Street
and best Ideas doate of title number 2720F, Issued In PIncher Creek,    Ponoka,    Sedgertick,
Stettler, Stony Plains. Strathcona, j
Sturgeon, St. Albert, Vegrevllle, \'ic-!
toria. Wetaskiwin.
Conservatives���Calgary (li, Oko-:
toks..
Independent      Cons Ir vntive ��� , Red |
���
m
ers,    luxut-i ills dining  car,
chair cars   (seats  free),   modern  day |
coach*- ani buffet, library and smokJ
lng cars.
For, T:u:.   Tbbles,   Folders, or  any]
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 See- nd Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Deferred���Athabasca,  Po;i<v   River.
reclining'of- in a Jail-V newspaper published injrjeer,
''the  city  of  New Westminster,  issue)    So'da--st_R---.- Mountains,
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in  the meantime  valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. EEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster. B. C, March 22. 1900.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
CELESTIAL USES QUEUE
"The Mawaukee"
LAND REGISTRY ACT
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
NOTICE,
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
An .on. IWdlU B .Votdi Wa^ffiFg
HiIi-I.It nu-crta n our opinion KM,C%���i,,miaL
l_��...lU.ipr.*��Mr.J*:*lW>fiW%'"
I .   \\ .   Preston,       tptclalnotlrr, m
' C . farmer", intend ko 1
���'';���" '��� '
J[ ''III'.'IJUV.
Er0:1"'""'
i'entyon S ^ Worka lor !a'
|olh)*l__ V=Car mz[ni ''���'������������"" 4e
|i.at      :';"'l!"11 land:    Commedc-
lab- ���
lllTl-lltln'l    �� t,ro-',1.''1 .'':,'Le_B_hKnnK ..ul'llK'llU
IKmmitnct ���/������"nndciillul. HAND-UUK' j
���ant fro* Olde-t ;^=^������^-5JP**i5;I5'M
Pnl.-iiiii taken thruuuli IHiii.n * L ' -""�����
MiKlalnotlr', vllh.mt tbnrBO, tiitlio
Stieiitllic fltticr can,,
A tumilbumuiy Ulu.truU-d we*JJ\  tSffSS ,���r
SuKtlO- -if SJ,T Kdoniillo JeurnaL   Ton     '
CuMd-, tSn �� y��>r'. nmm�� i_��t---.     ''���B'
atl nen-ilWK'n. .,        _-_._l.
WUNN &Co.S619-adV3V Wevv Yori.
���The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago. Shoit Line," Omaha to
Chicago. South West Limited"!
Kansns C;*y  to Chicaqo.
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 7D, Croup
i. Mew Westminster District; Ixns 18
19 und 2M. Block 1, and Lot 1. Block K.
V.. being pari   of   Lot   6, Snburban
Block  IV.. NeW  Westminster City:
N��� trains in   -ne aerv.ee  on    any      whereas proof of the loss of certltt-
railroad   *-   the  world that equal  In cate of titl   numb, r 16027A, Issued l��
equipment   that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee ."-   St.  Paul Railway.     They
w:;  and operate their own sleeping
and -lining afcrs on all their train* and
give  their  ;iatrons  :m  excellence    of
-���.tamable elsewhere.
B   ROWE, Ceneral A ral
134 Third *:" . cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
In connection with the above round
I trip tick. Ir will be sold nt one singlr
| fare and one-third.      Tickets on saK
April  vt'i  to  12th inclusive.    Good lo
return up to and including April 13th.
, School   pupi's   and   teachers   will   be
IN AITlMPT TO SBIptH^uc^ttf^A?*^*^t
  .M It. N'ew Wes'.iiiinster.
Unknown   Chinaman    Tries   to    Hang   '"  ("' B   FOSTER,
_sst. Genl Pass. Agt,  Vancouver.
Himself   With    Aid  of  Hirsute '
Adornment at  Armstrong.
Fraser River Service
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott
Kiaiicis Kala Schou,   Lucy Christine
Schou. has been Wed In this office,      1
Notice is herein given that I shall,
Arinstr mg, March _
; ( niiianian.       arrested
in mivii in n
by    Constable j
Skyrme on Wednesday for mlaoehav-
Dg himself on  the streets, madi two
Sir. Ramona
eliberate attempta on his life jiester-  Will leave New Westminster for ChiH'-
day, in  lh,   lock-up.    When the const-
1 able reached the gaol al 7 o'clock -be
found the Chinaman bunging from
a.liot.. the door by his cue, which was
wound ulmiil liis neck; lie was pretty
fur gone. Fifteen minuted hard work
brought him to .   Skyrme then placed
at the expiration] of one utonth from
the date of the first publication hore-|
of, in s dally n-uspap..,- published tn '
the city of New Westminster, issue n
Idupllea'te of the said cSrtylcate, unless
In th- meantime valid objection In*
I made to me in wining.
f   S   KKITH.
District llvti'ii'ur of Tltl-tl,
j     Land    Regisliv   Office,    New    Wosl-
iminst.,*. B. ('.. VV'"'' :'-' .ll"'!l |,0ll���(,  .,,,������ chinaman    lying ob  tb
floor and almost nl  his last gasp,    tl
tying
and
him  in
>U   whilst   be  lit  Iln-    lire
and swept  out,  he was just  finishing'
hi*   woi It   Minn   lie   heard   a' gurgling
a, nnd   au.l   Oil   opening   the   cell   door
Sh^ thr,  W" ^Island to
'
, -Whtherly
Nwt-th
a  polnl of
Jatl. !K   !���,.-    <:    W'
��. ISM
the
the shore
and n-irthcly
'onimenciiu-nt.
PRESTON.
Subscriptloiis -ind Advertisements solicited lor ti.fi abuve publication?
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
_ New Westminster
P. O. Box Z��         rrr^_.r_H���_w,, iiiiiHiniMMrtim iMIIIIillllllWIII       *-_-------_i
{*.*__��_���: w-jyx&x*-**-*'-'	
Phone A22
wack on
TUESDAY.    THURSDAY    AND SAT
URDAY.
I at . a .... calling at following point.-:
HBttaond. Haney,  Langley, Olen Va.
1 lev, WkOKMOkj Ruskin, Silverdale, Mi.
; .Lehman. Matsqui, Mission, Hatzic
D'-wdn-y. Xlcon&n Island, Sufflas nnj
Chilliwack, Returning leaves Chi, i
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sun-
da.- v 7 a in. Mxcelk-nt passeng--
aieeomodatfon.   LOwsrt Freight rates,
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,  I".
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
BOWLING   SCHEDULE.
He was bioiiglil up today before
Magistrates Onykiil and Wright on
the charge of which lie was arrested,
nn.I sentenced 10 four months imprison nu nt.
March 24- Hardware vs. Carppn.-,
March 26���Real Estate vs. H'dwaie.
March 30   Carpenters    vs.    R.    i_.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE'
���tor���
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Westminster's Home Paper.
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THE   OAIL-   NEWS.
The Daily News BOTH SIDES STAND FIXH
AT MINtJiS' MEETINO
PuDlishcd by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlce-,
comer of Sixth and Front streets. New
Westminster, B. C.
was buried in the sand and mud by
ice during the cold weather which
swept the harbor shortly after the accident.
E.
A.
Director
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24.
1909.
Convention of Mine Workers of Three
Anthracite   Districts  Called   in
Scranton.
"GET  THE   HABIT.'
Emerald
SEVEN-INCH,
Plates
SPECIAL TODAY
KEEP   HIS  NAILS CUT.
Scranton, Pa., March 2:;.���When the j
convention of the  Mine  Workers ol
the   three  anthracite   districts   of  the
���  United Mine Workers met in Scranton
[I is a good thing lor New Westmin-   today, to take up the question of ar- j
ster   that   our    member   at    Ottawa   ranging a new    agreement    with the
his    nuns   cut,    and    also    that--3.nl    mining    companies    which will
i take the place of the present one that
expires March 31, many believed that
the* unalterable attitude taken by T.
L. Lewis, International1 president of
the Miners' Union, forboded a strike.
PER DOZEN
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash und sell for the samv
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St.,   Opposite  Market,  New
Westminster.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
Premier Flour
IS THE  BEST.
Ask your groc, r for it, and be sure you get Premier Flour, lor it has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it, phone 33n, and we will deliver it to
you Immediately,     Remember, Premier Flour is the best.    Once you
have tried it you wi'j always use lt.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA   STREET.
LTD.
P. O.  Drawer 100.
has    his    nuns
he has no voice whatever in the selection choice or advice as to who would
be suitable or not for positions lull-
in'-'  vacant  In the Royal  City.
The lion.  Richard   McBride,  whose   The operators, too, are standing firm.
historical     statement,    now     classed      It  therefore looks, as one delegate
, ,        ,       ������, ! put it, like a backdown of om- or the
among the  proverbs, "that  the game ;   ,.  Tl
h l other side, or no agreement at all. The
is to get Into power, and-when there, convontion|  after organizing,  took  a
to  Btay  there"    would,  We  feel  sure  rec0Sa unt-- afternoon.
permeate our member and slavish ap- i  ���
pointments follow to the end. FATHER GIVES UP His
in  the   past   few   years,    we  have, SEARCH  FOR  LOST SON    and   1260  Granville  St.,  Vancouver.
seen quite enough, how Tory appoint- j   Should be consulted lf you want to
ments nre made in this city, and all HoQUiam, March 28,���After search- (-Cii furniture or an auction conducted.
one has to .l>e is a real good po.ltlcal jnf. |()|) (,.[yi. f()i. (1](, |i0f... (lf |i)k losl ijYe stock Implement auction held
heeler and spieler to step into a job , 8onj ,i,.owne{* j��� the lower harbor, every Friday morning on Westminster
ever the heads of men faithful to the wjtjj jamea Burrows nnd Loren Cog- Moiket; and every Saturday morning
service. dill,  whose  bodies  were subsequently   on Vancouver market.
It is true, Taylor's right bower did , recoveredi Capt George E. Sanborn to- New cooking stove; 3 wagons, near
not get the fat position he was back-Ljay gaye up the wor^_ _N-0 limit was ly new; 1 express wagon; -1 horse
ed tor, as by n clever piece of strat-  pi^oefl  on  wor_  and  expense in the   mower  (new).
egy the other fellow got there first. I offort to find tho body o{ tn0 misHinp A quantity of new furniture halt
But to return���In Hansard of March- j-^ ,)llt witno���t avail. It is the price. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
12 Taylor emits the following:    It is i theory of the searchers that the body   at 323 Front street.   Phone A489.
not  surprising to me that in conuec ' ;	
tion   with   the   constituency   of   New
Westminster   the   Minister  of   Public
Works does not ask advice ns to whom
he  shall   employ   *    *   *   But.it   is
surprising to me to hear bim lay down
the   principle   ,that   in   the   constituency of New  Westminster he should
choose as the _Our__ of the inspiration of his official acts not the duly
elected member for the constituency, j
�� .*    *    *    *    *    but  a  man    whose
distinction is that he was rejected by ,
the  people  by  the  largest    majority j
they have ever given in an election ' j
A very bad case of sour grapes, and i
what a cad to so refer to as honorable
an opponent as ever entered the lists, j
.but good inasmuch as it drives home j
still more forcibly, the snarling, nagging, snapping tactics of our member,
The whole truth of Taylor's succes.--
���and we Bay it not only by common
knowledge, but also on the authority
of most of the true Conservatives���
Is that-an Insane wave swept over
British Columbia, and even a yellow
dog would have polled more v.des. pad
he had a Conservative ribbon tied to
his tail, than did ���'��� D. Taylor.
Mr,  Taylor  should   remember   what '
he himself said in the hour of victory:
"What   n  majority  1   would  hnve hid
if I had only  been popular. '
We hute to think what rode of morality Taylor works under, but evi-
dently no one has any honor apparently but himself, (saw the mark), and:
bis friends, why h,. should utter on :
���the lloor of th. House such vicious
Statements as follows we are at a
loss to understand. "Notwithstanding
the warning he has received from high
official sources the Minister of Public
Works has today declared it is his
intention * * * * to tithe all the employees in the service of the government; to make them contribute to a
party political fund by the power he
gives his instruments of having the
Inal word as to whom shall get this
work, as to whom shall be favoured
with purchases by the government,
and as to whom shall be prompted
to positions. In our part of the world
���ami other members can apeak for
their own dlstrlcts-4t has led to the
most grave abuses. ������ has led to the
coniractors under the governmenl and
no ibe employees of the government
being  call.-d   upon  for  contributions
of all kinds tor purely party political
work.''
Perfectly   t111--   il   has   led   lo   abllSeS
in our purl of the country bul then
we have a Conservative administration in the province of British Columbia.
A  SNAP   IN   BURNABY
had listed with me, for a few days only, eight lots 66x19.*
a two-story house on one of the lots, facing on EdmonrlJ _ eet
i on two other sides.   The price asked for these lota is ex<X.,.re?.
I have
each, with a
with streets uu lwu uluci diuso.   -���- i���~- ������ -��� -~- w__o
reasonable, compared with other prices in this municipality.   The dK?
partly cleared and some slashed.   The balance is easily cleared.   Tho  h Vs
these eight lots is $2500 and should prove a good investment to am pS    '
I can arrange easy terms on this buy
y
ser,
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE   ion.
MOTHERS:
Every boy wears out two pair of
pants to one suit, and sometimes
three. We 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.
���
^     rngne  oou. 100   ouluividih   si ncci.       r*. tj.  Drawer 1UU. m
+ +
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All Prices, from 50c  to $2.00 the Pair
All Sizes, from 4 to  16 Years of Age.
PHILUPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SELLS THEM
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The Big Shoe House
resh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
Run your eye over
Today's Shoe Prices
>��3,cui MiTlON, VEAL, PORK
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m
*S       PACinc
& Meat Market
Phone 192
McMtNEMV _ ANDERSON       Columbia I
COME IN TODAY
Wo were pleased to sec thai the
city council passed a resolution that
a vote of thanks should be Bent to
Robert Jardine and J, it .Kennedy,
without whoso aid We should -till I ������
without a dredge, and we Were glad
thai the aldermen took the opportunity of thanking the mayor himself for
his efforts at Ottawa last April, when
so much was accomplish d, Tins
stamlB out in hold relief to the action
\lf the Hoard of Trade who passed
in. r  lh,.  efforts  of our  loCBl   m.'ti.
Alberta it* not such a bad province
io live in after all. li it has a cold
< limai.' the bull, of the year, thn renl-
,|i.its I.now when they have a senel-
bio administration which gives them
an , nni, ni management of public al-
tuli i, iinr .ih for Iho llulhcrfoirl mlu
isir >:
H.
I
K.
NEW LINI.S 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-
ericrn 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 facings $4.50 .ind $5.00
tee our lir.es of men's buckle oxford.; the newest shoes on the market.
Men's patent leather blucner��, with
mat kid tops, pointed and broad toes,
Pt'r     $4.50
Men'-- gun metal bluchers, military
heels, oblong eyelets, a boot worth $G
a  pair     Our  price $4.50
LADIES' SPRINi. SHOES
The shoe world always blossoms out
with new ideas in won en's shoes af
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather oxfords at $3.00; patent bluch-
*rs at $3.50; finest vici kid boots.
$3.50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
6ee our line of men's patent 'e itt-i^r
boots wh'ch go today for $5.00. They
equal the average $6 and $7 boot-..
co04_oooc*o*co*o*o-��_*r*o��!0 o+o+n+o+c+c+cc+O4C+0*c+'��
. NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
NT'IW   HOUSE OF    SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST.. AHOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO    LOTS.    REAS
ONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.j
 T. R. rZARSON, Mgr.	
MONtrV    TO    LOAN
.4KO+X*0+0+04K)+OD+0+0+OK)*&]
At MacKay's^
NEW BOOKS
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Si&n of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
HE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
,4+4+****
The Red City, by
chell	
S   Waiir*""
.. $t.M
The East Voyage of the *JJ
Isabel, by Parrls ...
Tin- Message, by 1 <""s T���%
54-40,   or   Fight," by EajJ
Hough '" M_.
Cy Whlttaker's Plws- "y
coin
.$1.25
.
Oet-Rich-Qulck   WHIU"**"*^
Chester     w " '
Idle of inn MacLaren, bj ^
Xiclioll
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MARCH 24. 1909
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGS -IVE
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These cuts give you some idea of what our new wearables for women look like. Never before have
we had such an exclusive range of real high-grade ultra fashionable Suits, Coats and Skirts for so little
money. We have a select o��i which you would find difficult to equal in British Columbia at the price.
Yesterday we unpacked three more cases of Silk Coats from Paris and Bsrlip. N?w Suits and Skirts
Iron- Ion.��� and  New York.     Com,   and  see  for yourself.
A Big Bargain in Moreen
& Regal Taffeta Underskirts
$5.00 VALUES FOR $2.59
one   of these   underskirts la
I in make, :it and finish.   Beams
:��� I   and   double   stitched;   frills
; d   l.y  double   stitch strap.
ue shaped at hips to fit snugi>.
I lo    back to   put ad fulness
to the   lack, ��� nstirlng a neat fit and
wrinkles or bunches of cloth
i i        Hav,-  gusset in back
is old   ripping.      $r>.D0  value-.
for   $2.95
A Genuine Snap in Hemstitched Pillow Cases
40c HEMSTITCHED CASES FOR 20c
i�� width of 40 and 42 Inehee. The um-
���I is good, long   staple Egyptian
1 i extra durable quality, With
hem, and beautifully hem-
.  real  bargain. 20c each,
or, pair   40c
$2 White Bedspreads $1.50
11 ' li'iii Marseilles also fringed honeycomb of thoroughly dependable
Quality      Regular $2.00 for $1-50
$1.50 White Bedspread* $1
: 'I I ��lse, plain and fringed for
in i doub'.e bed; honey-
''��� Marwll] ia, Ou sal,- nt
 $1.00
Large Turkish Towels 50c Pr
23    inches    wide   by    B0 long,    half
bleched, Turkish towela.   Sen col'
a   Bpceia]  purchase;   on  sale  at,  per
pair 50c
Some Snaps in Tapestry
Table Covers
We have far too many good table covers In tapestry on hand. We have
just gon- through them and can assure you that we have been ibusy with
the blue pencil marking them down.
Read the following:
$3.00 Cloths for $2.25
$3.60 Cloths for $2-75
$2.76 Clotha for $2-����
$4.00 1'lotlK lor    ���   ���-'���00
$6.00 Cloths for S"4-00
$6.00 Cloths for $4*75
Note���Thi     con I      !  -'��� - >''ls-
by 2 1-2 and 2 yds,   y 3,
12 l-2c Art Muslin for 7c
l.ivv -v. ef ii 1 art   ti.'.---
Un in colore for ourtain . etc.    R - i-
lar 12  l-C " Iftlitv.     On -a'������ nt   .   ,7c
Big Display of Women'*
Plain and Fancy Belts
Our bell stock is all on band noi , and
we ,'.���.. -ly  have a ver;       editable
_(  i | ! | ijn , .   fancy leathei   .n I
,- dainty conceits. P.
ii ���
nun. i
40c, 50c. 65c. $1.00 and $1.25.
-.���>������
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T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-ic-Wear
���*:_���. "���- '
City News
i .. ���
club will mee.
:   Mrs.  A. W. Ota*.,
*       I i      '   thla i .'.'ning.
A good i       ��� an Invalnal le
���������-��� '     air* .;;  a necessity.
in I liI .... renovate j   ...
j cloth,          ..    .. c : D      Works     **
The Ophir is distributing  Un  plat,
lo the canneries  .i-i*-n river, brought
��� Vancouver on the Blue Funnel
liner.
V .  first-class cut Bowers .ind   any
kind    - '    Floral     work,     telephone
v Greenhouse, B208. **
Th. ,-__,. McKay Monro
ill   tills    cltj .    Wil
.:   '- ai couver toda\.    He
agi of 15,
li coratl n? an 1   wi
:- ���     i specialty. Ring u]
thi  Fli ..-.. LS-I "
UT., n Miss  W                         a   as
Ma v si        ...   taki _ e- - '������
siie   ',-��� ���    succeede |
Miss Ro resigm . the
pa city-_teno
1' lio -  the want, to rent, losl
classified r. ai estal       - on pagi -.*���
The i' arge   of   passing   a   I ogus
chi que laid against Richard C,  v  .is
��;is withdrawn by permission i :
ei;    magistral   yesterdaj     Davis was
cautioned as to his cond u t
F r miscellaneous *.*��� ants and c ass.
i ��
, ne i " a] estate a la  see page 2.       ���*
George Duke Smith, the youth who
was Irowned on Friday by railing >>iT
the Firefly tug, was buried y< serday
at the Church of England cemetery,
Re\   i'. W. Houghton officiating,
The  funeral  of  Mrs   Doekrill,   of
Vox: Moody, took place from the real-
ih to the cemetery at  Sapperton
y sti : lay morning, there being a large
al i'    lance at the graveside.
Five-room house in Sapperton, rented l'or $12 per mouth. For sale or
wil] exchange equity ($600) for city
lots. Apply Owner. Box 639,New
Westminster. **
Rev.   Ur.  SIpprell,  principal  of  Co-
umblan college, will give an address
on "Science and the Bible," in St Andrew's lecture room on Sunday afternoon.
It .11. Benson In;.- returned trom
Nanaimo, where he has largo packing
interests. Tin- total citch of herring
tills season has amounted to $110,000.
He has bandied a large tonnage himself.
ti.,;, ��� is and ]. ��� mbers of Granite
lodge, Mo. li',. and Royal lodge, No. 6,
Knights of Pythias, are requested to
. e in their j.:..es on Thursday evening at seven o'clook sharp, as the
lodges will open at that hour. Business, dedication of new hall.
The Flyer brought in two loads of
crushed rock for Gilley Brothers yesterday, to he used in rip-rapping the
[piers of i lie. ('.11100 l'ass bridge between iln- mainland, and Westbam island.
The Pin Lake Brick and Cement
coniapny. I,id., tb rough the managing
director. K. J. Fader, is applying for
a water record of 100 inches from a
stream flowing through the company's
property on tho east side of Pitt lake.
Within ibe past few days a large
number of outside properties have
change.i hands, the following Iving a
few of the transfers negotiated
through tb-- real estate firm of White,
Shiles &. Company, the total' value of
which  exceeds $31,000;   110 acres In
Abbot Stord   *, f, ..-  Laagtej    .
acre_ Io 1 13. acres in Sur
rey, 160 acn
Bfl    n acres. I
a:  Pi it  .\l.    '
i quite an
..
Columbia    street.     Both    inside and
out  the    deooratl ���.:.; and
I.,   effective eleetrl , \
lures and wiring was the work of The
: Pearson  Kiev .
. i,  .
built by Mr  1
sl ���  I arc at th .   oo Trust Co.'s
office and on  ��� suing a store
in the  t-v. ; v, .      . obtain de
tails  about   rents     - v     ..:   , rh i   , :
Dominion Ti cl . �����
T!l<"   int. mains  oi
.1. Xels Xoniin. ol Rivet*! ..    wl I ;;_.
 to Matsqui ceme-
:i   >    '": ral   of   the   Bl
i mains arc
being shipped.     Death took place at
the Royni Columbian hospital at the
of 60      lie leavi s a family
Th.. takes ......
noon of John Cosens, of thla cl
I     oa  :.. we      Q .. en's   .
��� chun h has I     . decorated for I
caston, and ride will be accon.
I I ��� Mil - Id 1 Mv-ball and Miss
Lydla Card. c. i;. Osborne will act as
best man. Roth the contracting parties
ire   well   known   in   the   cn>.
Hon.    Thomas    Taylor,    provincial
, minister of public works, and Hon. Dr.
[Young,   provincial   secretary,   drove
yes   rday over    the    CoqutUam farm
colony, being well satisfird with trie
progress made in Q-_rlm_ Mr. Tay-
lor promised attention to oompjeu. th*
Vale road Inusroveaaen. at an eariy
date,
out of a fire near (he n. ��
is of Pythias' haii lohn m��<_<
'son was fined  $10  nnd cos is m   (he
police  court   yesterday,  some refuse having been ignited by him which
threatened the building and which it
required   tbe  fire   brigade  to  control.
ended he was unaware a permit
an  a fire was necessary.
. meeting of the executive o< tike
Westminster Lacrosse clnb wtll be
held at Ryall*. office on Thursday
evening, when the local delegate* to
the B. C. A L. A. win be Instructed as
to what stand to take al the annual
meeting en Saturday. The exivutiv.
':'- .- being held .1 day earlier
than .-it firs: intended.
JUST  OPEN
Ih_;)aintyTna_luiicliHflo_is
Newly  Furnished.
MISS   REID.  PROP.
Afternoon tea i gfteclalty. Horn.-ma��i<-
':'������   ad,   i'.im     toe      Ice Mil   in  ses
sen.
I pstairs, above The Fair.
DUPONT    BLOCK.    COLUMBIA    ST.
Open from 7:30 a.m. fo 7 p.m.. Sat-
urdaj to :* p.m.
A ���
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W. E. PALES
FURNITURE DEALER
AND UPHOLSTERER.
ll you need anything In the Furniture line see the n,w goods, lianilsoiii,.
designs. Our stock of Oriental Ruga
and Car;., ta la the largest range in th.
city. Mattings from 16c per yard Up
Linoleums.    Otl  Cloths, etc.,    a great
variety.     Office    Furnishings a S|
olalty,     I .nl t aklng in ail Iti branch-
W. E. FALES
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
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W-,  ��� a /     -  ps  V, l^j��W
\\W'W
Phone 97
When you want
GROCERIES
It. C  eream. liritr ean 2 for 25.
St. Charles ereav. large ean, 2 f<*i*25c
Jersey eieam. large can. _ for ....2T-.
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per rn*i  i0c
Assorted Jan price 25c l ot.
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Adams&Deans
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...YOUR...
Spring
Suit
i
TO -OUR M-ABUttfl
ASH I'IT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
STYLE   AND   QUALITY   IS  OUR
MOTTO
GALVIN
I The Ladles' and Men's Tailor
52 SIXTH STRISBT.
jTravellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, England,
it not only the oldest accident Insurance company in the world, but
It has bccoine famous for Its pn mpt and liberal settlements, a* iho
following letter will show:
A. \V. Mi 1,KOI), March  11, 1��09.
Alt'Mit  Railway  I'asm tut, r     A_._urai.ee Co..
City.
Hour Sir I beg to acknowledge receipt of check In full payment
of my claim for areldont which occurred to Be In lanunry last wh...-
playing hockey at Burnaby lak��\
Although my cliiiin was only put. forward a few days ago, I hav -
already received n settlement, and thank you for the prompt manner
In which It has been dealt with.
(Signed) ��� F. RgHCHKNUACII
The Railway Passengert' A.turance Company insure against acci
dents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the  most  Mberal
and their premiums low.    Bwfore starting on any railway Journey or
other hazardous undertaking let m�� plnca a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30.000.000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA 8T. PHONt 62
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THE  DAILY   _.EWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric; 2
Use It In
The
��m   Sunlight Way
mat  v> ii�� __ij <~*_. v- _._.
f ive Cents A Ba
COM STRUCK IN
CITY Of TACOMA
LONDON EDITOR COMING
TO VISIT CANADA AGAIN
MANITOBA TO RETAIN
PRESENT BOUNDARIES
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Cannot
Grant Demands of Prairie
Province Ministers.
Seven-Foot Bituminous Vein
Struck By Men While Boring For Water.
Man  Who    Directs    Dissemination  of
Canadian   News   WHI   Be   Here
Soon.
to
Tacoma, March 23.���While borin.i;
tor water on th. prairie south of the
city, a crew of mon employed by the
city struck and passed through a seven icA vein ot coal today. The coal
Is ot a bituminous variety, and lies
ut a depth of 208 leetv investigation--
are being _ta_<? by Commissioner of
Public Work. H. J. McGregor, and if
the cotil proves to be a continuous
vein, it will be mined. The Veil,
|*(|hieh :.- No. IS. is just al the city
limits. The discovery is raising the
QUeston 0" .be probability of all the
prairie region south and southwest of
Tin-mo being underlaid with can
posits.
It it. announced that Canada is
have another visit this year���next
month, in fact���from the editor of the
'���Standard of Empire,'' the new British
empire newspaper which during the
past year has been devoting so much
of its space each week to giving Canadian Interests wide publicity in Eng-
iaml and throoughout th$ kind's dominions.
A, J, Dawson was already a popular
figure in Canada, before he succeeded, by means of the backing of the
great English imperialist newspaper
proprietor, C. Arthur Pearson, in producing the "Standard of Empire" last
May. The people of Canada will wel-1
come another visit from A. .1. Daw-]
son, because, apart altogether from
interest attaching to the man, he represents a project of empire-wide significance for which, in a way, Canada
is responsible, since it was the outcome of Mr. Dawson's experiences in
Spokane. March 23.���Company H. this country as Sir Thomas Shaugh-
NutiODal Guards of Washington, has nessy's guest in 1907.
opened entries for a big Marathon Apart from anything else, the "Stan-
race to be .un in the armory building dard of Empire'1 ha* given Canadian
April 2.      Tbe race will be over the   interests  something over
de-
Ottawa, March 23.���Manitoba Ministers Rogers and Campbell had another
interview today with Sir Wilfrid Laurier relative to the province's 'demands for better tinaucial terms in
connection with the proposed extension of the provincial boundaries.
Sir Wilfrid said the government
could not agree to Manitoba's request
for an extra cash subsidy, similar to
that given Alberta and Saskatchewan,
I but was willing to allow Manitoba an
i amount sufficient to cover the cost of
administration on the territory to be
added to the province. At present
the enforcement of law und order in
the portion of Keewatin, to be allocated to Manitoba, only costs $1500
per year. The Domiiiiori government
is willing to make an annual grant of
$100,000 to cover all expense to the
province, in this connection.
Tlie Manitoba ministers are dissatisfied with the government's terms, and
it is practically certain no bill to extend th- boundaries will be brought
down this session.
First get her answer-���then tome 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
Graniteware
Just arrived���Full and complete (stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in and inspect our stock; no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
__
Synopsis ul
Regulations.
1   Any available Domluion8ll,al
'In the railway belt ���,���,',', '�����������
Ma, may.be homesteaded hy_l��H
**o ls be sole head 0 aT/JT.
u-.mal9,iv,,by,j//    ������.'���_
1 extent of one.quarter - . BMo��l��
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made
-eci'.on
'->; mil
on eel.
w or ��i8ter or *
th-iit-
liiHevtm
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
|6-ftJnped and    debarred  from Bettinj
MINES IN BOUNDARY
TO CLOSE ON APRIL I
Take notice that an application has
been o__-W to regreter George Adams
as the owner in F_e Simple, under a
Tax Sale D��_d from the Mayor aud
Treasurer of the City of N",-w Westminster, to George Adams, hearing
date the 2. th day of September, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
tho local laud office lor 1^. tt
.which the land l3 aitual     '
proxy may, however, be mad "   " bJ
tain conditions by the lather
son, daughter, brother
intending homestearjer.
The homesteader ib required toi
form the conditions, connect^
with    under   one   of the
plans: H	
. Ul At least six mentis' residi���,
Upon and cultivation of the lane ig
each  year for three years.
(2) If tae father (or moth .r, ij ,j|,
father le deceased 1.   ol  the  to��.
[ steader resides upon a faro in J
vicinity of the land entered jW| |
requirement, as tc residence ma; _
satisfied by Buch person residing t;u
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his penm-l
SPOKANE TO HAVE
A MARATHON GRIND '
full Marathon distance, under P. N.
A. auepieee. A. J. Burn, of Calgary,
|s the first eittry. He was 6ent to
Lon_on last year for the Olympic
MWratbor. and held the Canadian
cbapr-nship in l<!-6.
Calgary Realty Sells Well.
Calgary, March 2-.���The usual custom of real estate deals was resumed 	
here   last    ni._ht    and    today,    when [paper  be directs
crowds waited around to .buy lots otland well.
the   _ew   subdivision   placed   on   the | 	
market this morning. Crowds path-
_irt*0 last night, and were given numbers in order of precedence. They
were joined by a large crowd this
morning, and by evening 250 lots had
���been bought, practically all by small
purchasers.
a thousand
columns of publicity throughout Great
Britain and Greater Britain Overseas,
since it was launched last May. In
different parts of the Dominion, at
Canadian club luncheons and the like,
Mr. Dawson proved him-ielf a very
compelling speaker Inst year. It is
likely that the west will hear from
bim next month something of the pro
gres of his work for Canada, and the
future intentions of the empire news-
o sympathetically
Inquire Into Phone Rates.
Ottawa. March 23.���The railway
commission will shortly start an investigation Into the telephone nnd telegraph rates in force in Canada. The
tariffs of all the companies are now
being examined.
To Remit Money
Safely
D8E CANADIAN HANKERS' ASSOCIATION MONEY ORDERS���
THE CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT METHOD
OF REMITTING OR RECEIVING MONEY TRANSMITTED HY
MAI!,.      THEY  M.VY BE OBTAINED AT THE
A _______
I Northern  Crown  Bank j
Unfavorable    Conditions    of     Copper
Market  Responsible for Shutdown
Union Suggests Cut in Wages.
Phoenix. 11. C, Mar h 23.���The
British Columbia Copper company Will
close its Mother Lode and Oro De-
noro mines, and the smelter at Greenwood on or before April 1. The following notice signed by General Manager J. E. McAllister has been posted:
"Notice is hereby given that owing
to the unfavorable emi'litlons of the
copper market the mine and smelter
of the British Columbia Copper company, Ltd., will close on or before
April 1, 1909, for an indefinite
period.''
When interviewed today Mr. McAllister stated that the closedown was
the result of the price of copper, and
as the production of the metal was
apparently exceeding the consumption the prospects for an early improvement were not orlght.
All orders have been cancelled, and
during the next ten days the company
-will only operate to the extent Ol
cleaning up the smelter of supplies
on hand. The closing of the British
Columbia Copper company will throw
100 men out of work. The Greenwood
Minors' union made a voluntary offer
to the company to accept a 10 per
cent, reduction in wages, but the company have taken no action in the matter.
up any claim to or in respect of the j
said land, and 1 shall register George j
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And  I  h'tvby  certify that   publication of this notice for thirty days in j
a dally new.puper published in Ne*^ I'M residence upon farming l__,on
Westminster will be good and sum- ;Od by him ln the vicinity o! hla _J
cient service thereof. '.stead, the requirements   us  to J
Dated at the L<a_d Registry OQlc,  -ence may be satisfied by   rei
parcel or tract, of land and premlsealNew Westminster, province of British  upon the said land.
situate, lying and being In the City of j Columbia,   this   1-th   day   of    March.      Sli months' notice la writLn-b_ck*1
New Westminster, in the Province of I A. D- 1909. be given to the Conitu-_!oi_r UiD��|
British    Cphimblai more    particularly ] C.S.KEITH, Inlon Lands at Ottawa of Intention.!
known nnd described as Subdivisions I District Registrar.      apply for patent
i.  of Eot  8,  Suburban  Block      To    Thomas       William       McColm,      COAL.���Coal mining rights naj i
Charles W. Wis.-, Caroline A Jack,    i leaned for a period of twenty-one ji*|
15 nnd
11.
Yon and those
:
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Manager, A.  F. D. LACE.  New Westminster.
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0*0#O*C. ;������_������ C0*04_*0*04000_*0*0*040*<"���0040*<-00*000000
Learn to Do Banking.     \
N<i - .-������      ow small your business may be, hnve a bank account,
Ti ��� who'baa a bank account establishes his credit, has
Bafei il    v, ih, and pays his bills with clu.pi,, in a business
niann- r.
YOU  : e Invited to open an   account in
���.���:.    '������    .   . /    The ==========
LOS ANGELES CIVIC
SCANDAL IS AIRED
l/os Angeb-s, Cai., March 21'..���The
(-/grand jury Convened again today after adjournment from last Friday, and
at once resumed the inquiry into tbe
graft charges against various individuals connected with the late administration of Mayor Arthur C. Harper,
and residents and property-own,is of
the red light district. Ex-Mayor Harper and several of his subordinate of-
ilcials are under subpoena to appear
before the Inquisitorial body today or
tomorrow, and Interesting developments before the end of the Week are
looked for.
claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
a_y interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest ln
the said land by, descent, whose till.',
Ib not registered under the provisions
of the L_.Dd Registry Act, are required
to eontes* the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days fpom the
date of the first publication of this notice upon you. and in default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being
filed ^-'a-bin -���-'uch period, or in default
of redemption before registration,
\<ni and eaoh of >ou will be forever
Empre66  of Britain       March  26
Emprees' of  Ireland       Apnl  9
Empr-66 of Britain       April  23
When sending for friends In the old
country by bu\ ing tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Call for particulars.
ED. GO-LKT,
AgenL
at an annual rent-tl uf fl ;-: i."-1
Not more than 2560 acres sh." Itl
leased to one Individual or .���'.tnphtj.j
A royalty at the rate of Bwce*<��J
ton shall be collect el on tbe __|
chantable coal mine!
W. W. WIT,
Deputy of the BUnlster o( 'he i-iterttrj
HE HOME        P��PtI
Is   the  Paper That Prln1*- U
the     Home    Newi
The     Dally    Newi
10c B   Weel
Mutton
Veal
i
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch. F. B. LYLE, Mgr.
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $50,000,000.
���0*OOK)*000*<-K)*0 ���0*CO*00 0fOt0t0K*C400*(SC
++++++++++44++4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++*+++**++++4
Eagles  to   Build   Nest  at  Everett.
-verett. March 23.���Tn,- Fraternal
Older of Eagles of this city has com-
pk-ted arrangements to ereel a three-i
story brick and concrete structure for
lodge and business purposes, to cost
| 10,000. It will contnin a swimming
pool and gymnasium.
RANGE
ADE IN SOUTH BEND
|   JAMES & McCLUGAN   j
Sole Agents ���
|Trusf  Block, rront'.St., New Westmlnsu - ���
A. JAMES. j,  McCLUGAN. 1
++++++++++++++++++++*< + 4<.+*+444*<rt++++++++++++++<,4404
Construction's Death Roll.
Ottawa, March 23.���Eighty-two fatal
accidents have been reported to the
labor department as having occurred
in February. Of those twenty-eight
Were on railways. Construction hands
fared badly, thirteen losing their lives
by  explosions nnd other causes.
Opening Back Door.
Ottawa,    March    23.���The    embargo
��� < i on the stnie of Michigan at the
time of ih-. outbreak of foot-anc.
mouth disease icrosslthe border has
been removed by the agricultural department, Tlu- embargo is still lu
fores agaiust live other stales.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
4
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. ESDAY, MARCH 24, 1��09.
THE  DAILY   4 -'VS.
PAG PI flEVB.N
MADE IN CANADA
t��noerFOrR_ORIVLRBR.DGE-
, tenders, addressed to the,��m-
-- ',' "     parked on me envoi
.-".,.'1(,r    the    Hed    River
spa "���':"'    .   received .at the of-
B*"��* , , tnmlssioners of   the
ace Ul   .'mental   Hailway    until    12
^Cn on ^ 8th day of April,
��*���* D?:. construction and erection
Wi" Jl   d c0Dcrete   bridge  and
rf*jS spans over  the  Hfd  river
��f**Winnipeg and  St. Bonlfaoe,
" t 0f Lombard street, to-
s* '" Ung    and   approach
fZot stree i in Winnipeg.
'Cb'     must bo but:
'       .bstructure  with  other
' rkB M per scnedule, and for super-
���irlll'tlll'l'. ,
Plans  detail   and profiles may be
j     n and -ill information obtained at
"Vnfflce "i the chief engineer at Ot-
:I,   and '  '   ",li��"'f lh"
&a '    st"   1!onUue"'
pereoni  tendering are notified that
aie:. will not be considered unless
,.<,.   ...      rms    applied  by the
Commissioners, which maybe had on
implication to Mr. Hush u- Lu���11*'"'
I 'I.;, i ,-.���    er, Otta_aj Ont., and M.
L  ������. Poulin,  district   engineer,    St.
I Boniface. Man.
I [jaf-, tender must be signed and
I sealed by till the parties to the ten-
Lr, and witnessed, nnd le accom-
[.,^,,1 ���. an accepted cheque on a
Raftered bank ot the Dominion or
(Vani.ilii. payable to tue Commissioners
fef the Transcontinental Hailway. lor
fthelsum of J25.00O for substructure
Jand other work as per schedule, and
|.���. thi sum of $26/000 for steel super-
f structure and floor.
The cheques deposited by the
I'.irfy whose tender is accepted wild
Ibe deposited to the credit of the Re-
Iceiver-Onerai of Canada as security
Iforflhi' due and faithful performance
���of the contract aceording to its term .
��� Cheques deposited by parties wttose
|teod?rs are rejected will  be returned
I within ten days after the signing ot
II He.contract.
The right Is resi rv< d to reject any
Igr ill bldstanln  ���6   . .oglcOthe ao
|.*r all tenders,   By order
. P. B. RYAN, Secretary.
���The C":i ���        nera of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dat.d at Ottawa, 6th  March, 1009.
Newspaper!   inserting    this advertisement ivi'!', at  authority from  the
���comml*-. ie* .<. will not b�� paid for it.
{.REAWBRTM
ciuifn
*eamI��_.
-   ���������,!*  '
Grade
Guaranteed Chemically Pure
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS
Same  Price as the poor
Adulterated Kinds
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.mice  Thune  18b.       nan,  'l��_one  13
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
TURNED DAUGHTER OUT.
Saskatoon    GaUcian      Charged    With
Criminal  Negligence.
Saskatoon,      March    23.���Constable
Cheney;, f the R. N. w. M. P.. brougbl
lnt0 ���' [ago Vzack, a Ga.ician.
charged with criminal negligence.
The prisoner appeared in the police
court and was remanded until the po-
'/ce bad time to consult the crown
prosecutor.
Some titn.   hist December the prisoner  drove  his  daughter  out  of  the
(house  and made her sleep in a haystack.      As a result, the girl, who is
about seventeen 'years   of age, had
j both  feet  so badly  frozen  that  they
i had   to  he  amputated    at  St.   Paul's
j hospital.      The unfortunate  girl  cannot speak  English and some sympa-
j thetic  citizens are obtaining for her
artificial  limba  to replace the amputated ones.      The prisoner is middle-
aged and looks to he a bread-winner.
The maximum penalty on this charge
is four years.
SHINGLE MILLS
!       MING WORK
Opening Movement Is General Throughout State of
Washington.
Bryce Receives Degree.
Berkeley. Cai., March a3.���8J��ndlng
before a great audienc- in the gym*
naslum ol thi University of California,
the Hon. Janies Brye'e, ambassador to
the United States from Kngland, today reteelved the honorary degree of
doctor of laws from the University of
California,
Belllngham, March 23.���Seveiuy-tn,
;     ��� ent. of the shingle mills of What-
I com county opened again this morning
1 after having been idle for a number
1 ���   weeks.     Tlie two .big combination
| mills of the city also opened after a
week of Idleness,     They are the plan.
of the Larson Lumber Company and
that of th.- Whatcom Falls Mill Oom-
��� pan..
It is estimated that of the 120 mil a
lin  this county 9b were set    in motion
, this morning.    Employment   was given to 2250 men here, providing a dall)
I vvro'il of more than $5000.
:     Millmen   in  this  section   are  char;
Jof the future.     Market conditions a e
' bad, and it is not expected that tbey
I will   be  better  until  after  the  tariff
fight Is ended.
Bank of Montreal
S .ABUSHBD 1817
  ..   $14,-53C.OOC.OO
* -  1T.��90.0OO.oe
Branches throughout Canada and N<.wwu id, r.nd In London, England, New _orfc Chicago and . ���-A.m.' u. s. A., i.nd Mexico CSty. A _ ner_l
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in di ���;--.= of
the  .vorld. <
Savings Bank Department - Deposits received in suma of $1 ,i_4 upwards,  and  inter,.-:  allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present, rafc.1
Total  Assets over $168.000,000.00. ���
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.   G.   D.   BRYMNER,   MaAager.
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Lawn Grass Seed
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AT
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DRUG
STORE
I PHONE 57.
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LNew Spring Goods for
[Ladies and Gentlemen
A beautiful  line   of   material     for
pli* made costumes and suitings has
IJ'JJt art;.-
���v' ��� perfect fit and good
hw-inanshlp.
| WIN G  YUEN
Kwong On Wo &  Co.  Block,
Columbia   and    Mclnnes   Sts.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
suits made to oriler.   Perfect fit giiar-
ainteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite  (Windsor  Hotel,
4-
P. O. Box 174.
Tel. -3.        Res. 4.9.,
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
Prince Rupert Has a Daily.
Prince Rupert, B. C, Marcli 23.���
Newsboys appeared on the streets today calling -Evening Bulletin, only 5
cents."' The Evening Bulletin has
the distinction of being the first daily
newspaper published in Prince Rupert.
It  is Independent    Liberal in politics
and is a newsy four-page publication.
_. . ^��
FREEMAN'S
Liquor Store
FRONT   ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone 8.
P.  O.  Box  184
I CONTRACTS LET FOR
C.  P.   K.  CONSTRUCTION
Winnipeg, March 23. Contract^
were let vsi.ru,,\ tor the construe*
tion oi  l-l miles of C. I', it, .Ines in
..ir   Wfest.        lliree   01      tne   tour   new
hues >>nl be In Ai.erta and the fourtii
will head linn  way.
Uution _   intsou have the contract
t'Ol    tweutx    line -   of   lines   west   ll'onl
weyburri and an additional uve miies
may ue added to their work. Tne
destination of this extensii n is Lethbrldge.
Fo.ey, Welch & Stewari have conl
tracts lor Uie other three lues. Stan-
in_ nt Cneadle, just , ast of Calgary)
they will build forty miles north. Tne
second branch, 28.5 mlieB in i.'iigth,
leaves Kipp on li.ood Reserve south
of Lethbrldge, and runs north to l.ittlo
Bow river. The third section is a
branch 35 1-2 miles in length, cast
from  Lacombe.
PALMER
RROS.TWO
ANO FOL'R
CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
___;gB!^T 5*
gijgpM_Ba"
High-class good3 carried for family
trade in bulk or bottle.
Port and sherry from $1.26 per gallon up.
Cooking Brand), all kinds of Ale.
Su ,.t   and   Beer.
WE GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS
1 1_ to 18 li p., 2 and 4 cycle,   liest
_     I'..     a-     _a��    11. J/.,    _   dUU     ��    V,} ,H. lja._k
value on the market. Engines kept in   W 9f|tpH     af      (jnCC
smel.-   -, -
PACIFIC COAST ALIVE
TO JAPANESE MENACL
stock at
IIPIior.e :.|
P. O. Bo_ 665
$******++++++* + ++++++++++
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
.+**++++++
Thhis the
Opportunity:
��� Henry's  catalogue
I oui  your order for
���
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds j;
i ���' '    1!"' -Supplies, etc.
; v" ���':��l> agents to annoy vou.
;; , om fumigation. No
!    Ia'      1 ��� toms.
n
:;Y��U "PRESS THE  BUTTON,"   |
WE DO THE  REST.
Nurseries ii
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
^. Every   order   placed   with
4*1     us    means    a   satisfied   customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT       -.
4
Rates on work of any des-    ..
crlptlon   or quantity   quoted
on application.
100 MEN
and women to come and see the splendid bargains in new and second-uantl
,���*,:'i.i.u.c as well as many other articles ;���! :'���������'">' kinds, including br-x>d-
ers, incubatois, typewriter, A1 San.o
large altohorn, guitar, autonarp, violin, etc., etc. We have some splendid wa'.nat parlor furniture, v-ry
cheap Come and get good value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL*S
New and Second-Hand Store
Just   received���a shipment   of   new
i bicycles.
1     Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-
! writers,  and  light  automatic macnin-
i
' I e-J'-
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man   on   the Wheel."
Washington, March 23.���While wai ���
lng to interview the president. Kep,
i.abu, of California, today made the
following comment in reference to the
attitude of the Pacific coast on the
Asiatic   question.
"The present calm on the PadflCj
coast is no Indication that antl-.lapan-
ese sentiment is any weaker. Wa
are merely wailing to see if the national government will make good Its
promises to keep the coolies out.
"If the coast ls not protected from
a yellow Invasion, the legislature at
its session will pass the drastic nntl-
.lapanese bills that Roosevelt so strenuously opposed, and which were tabled later in deference to his wishes."
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manufacturers and Draiers tn All Kma   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sanh,   Doors, ..
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.   /   ���
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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WORLD'S RICHEST WOMAN
18 LOST TO REPORTERS
Easterl.rook Milling Company,
Eliurne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & f o KU),,|t ANn
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CM- Greenhouses  and  Seed
.  _.��nnouBe8   and   Seed <>
""'��� 3010 We-tminster Road, J
1    ancou^, B.C. Branch Nursery, \\
I South Vancouver. ���
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ii Jackson X Morrison i
II Daily News Block.
..     New Westminster. Phone 388   �����
��PERA ""USE  BOOKINGS.
March "i    u
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April 7      '        ' Mary-
April       r'^'alsh.
Qingerhred Man.
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eight* 8t. ana    Fifth A*���-���<���>���
PHONE ira
BOW ELL A ODOY. Proortetorm
I
m t ated  English Watchmaker
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated 3 	
e _ ' Gold Watche. for I.adles from $12./��
oongs.
'��� up.
THE   LATEST  HITS  OF THE
SEASON.
Edison Theatre
Silver Watches, gents' opfn fact
$6.00. t
Silver Watches, gents' open ''as"*
$7.50 up.
,        ,,  Monday    W-'-"^-'    Ascent     for     Wtiltham     and     Elgin
I'roeratu Chanped Ittonuoj.
5 lnee for w-ntches.
JESS*. "-;     "i ^"'"���'���"""'-""">���
_,m' ��� Children. SCI
Admission,   10c. (
_   .    keRR, Manag r.     - Two  doors   from   Gno. Adams, Grocer
F. CRAKE
New York, March 23.���Mrs. Hetty
Creen is "lost." Although it had been
previously reported that she would
give up her modest Hobokrn flat on
May 1. she hai stolen a march on
those who have born watching her
movements, and slipped quietly away
to a new location known only to a
few intimate- friend-*. She vacated
tho Hoboken flat on Saturday afternoon last, Mrs. Green has been lonesome, It Ls said, since the marriage
of her daughter,
MISSING   TORONTO
BROKER TURNS UP
. Toronto, March 23.���Henry P. On
rei;, n stockbroker nnd yachtsman
who disappeared mj ��� rlo i ily in .lan
tiary and wns thought to have been
drowned in tin- I ay, la In Chic tgo
yesterday his mother received a I I
tei saying he wtis traveling for a llrm
there. The reason he lefi Toronto,
lie Ktivs. was that his liii'ilnoss was
noi  going ns lie thought It nliould
FEED MERCHANTS.
New Westminster.
Telephone 338,
A Bag of Cement
). i^ht here will be found entirely ir-, trom powdered clay
and othei cheapening tilling.
That means the cement will go
farther ahtl last b.tt.r than the
tilled" kinds. If you have had
experience you know it puy_ to
lm; the beat bulMlng material..
T i obtain th" best yOU'l] be .is*-
to come here. \\V don't handle
tny other kind.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Must  Kill   Hum<.noly.
Teheran, March 28.    v   .lgorouslj
worded joint note lias been presented
to tha got, nun, in hy the British und
ltiisslnn     ministers     here     protesting
agalntl the atrocltlw   committed by
the troops of    Kalilm    Khan, lu  She
tieighuirhood of Julftt, on the Russian
fro'-tler. n week ng0, nnd demant* ig
that the Bhah stop such barb'irl-jus
methods of warfare
Indo-Chlne-v Unrest.
Victoria, March 23.���News was
brought by the Oanfn of the arrest of
an Annaniese student on hli return
from Tonkin, at Tokio, as n Japs
secret agent, to fomenting rebellion to
Indo-Chlna      ilnel f-'rench rule.      \���
local
Prench :���' > ,!i w'1,ch Japanea ���
nr,. BC !U8   I ' '      "   ;
th��   Ann.,;.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  nnd ��ray
...taiions  will  run every halt
hour   from   5:30   a. m. past
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Curs  leave   the   depot   aver;
twenty   minutes   for both Sap-
(.eri on aud city limits ov*-r the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leav�� train
offlce on the hour, tweaty min-
utes after, nnd forty mlautos
aft.., commencing at 6:20 u. m.
Sappertoi. Line: t'ars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
IimU past nnd fifty minutes ul'ter
the honr, commencing at 8:30
a. tr.
Sunday service hnlf-hotirly between S:30 a. m. tuid 11. p. m.
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THE   DAILf  NEWS.
WEDNES��*V,MARCH24
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A TREMENDOUS
THE
PROOF
THE very fact that there are
more Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Rtnfes
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes ss long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
(Th,- Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions of its correspondents.)
Public Supply Store
is simply selling1 out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big Ihe Pearson Elect, ic Co.
redUCtiOn. (Successors to T. Mowbrey
i Electric Works)
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
If you want any-j.      Opposite Postcffice-
thing in this line, | Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures aud Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.   Phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the ���
PUUC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Pianos
Organs
TalkingMach ines
(Victor and  Edison)
AND   ALL THE   LATEST   RECORDS
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler A. Wilson)
MILITARY  MATTERS.
Editor Dally News:
Sir,���Will you kindly insert the following as ,i small tribute to that veteran instructor, Muster thinner .1. 0.
Cornish, late R. C. A., who has for _.
years been connected with the militia
of this city?
The following appearB in the ruili-
tnry column of the World of last Saturday. It refers to the recent examination lor certificates (not commis-
isions) for sergeants of B Company,
Sixth IJ. C. O. K., Captain W. J. Cor-
bett, commanding:
"Examination of candidates for sergeant's commission took plaoe at New
Westminster last Friday. The examination was conducted by Major J.
Reynolds Tite and out of 12 candidates !) passed with high honors���so
high, in fact, that they were warmly
complimented by the examining ofli-
cer. This number out of a company
of 42 is considered a fine tribute to
the efficiency of the New Westminster
company. Those who passed the examination and will be granted sergeants' commission were as follows:
Sgt. Huntley, Sgt. E. S. O'Donovan,
Corpl. Burnett, Privates Wade, Orr,
Duncan, Sangster, MacKonzle and
Dalley.
The number of candidates was nine
(not 12) and tbe full number qualified, and as several of the mon were
this season's recruits, it certainly reflects considerable credit upon Mr.
Cornish, their Instructor, who has so
often brought the New Westminster
companies to the top of the list. The
class was highly complimented as
well as the recruit squad who paraded
for instruction, and who were put
through their drill by the several candidates. The examination embraced
squad, rifle and company drills inclusive. The certificates were presented
to the N. C. Co.'s and men Thursday
evening by Capt. Corbott, Lleuts. Webber and Corbould being present. lt
is probable an expression of the satisfaction of the company officer, will
take place at no late date.
AN OLD B COMPANY MAN.
New Westminster, March 23, 1!��0P.
BOWLING
ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC
We   have   them   all   at   prices to suit
everyone.
J. H, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET,
A meeting of the Westminster
Bowling Association will be held on
Friday night, when officers will be
elected ami the iissociation reorganized to become more effective.
Tonight th.- Westminster team will
go over to meet the Ad Sprares in
Vancouver. A game will also be
played  in  the  business league.
ALLEGED CANNIBAL
ARRESTED   IN   NORTH
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF
Toilet Requisites
Of the  Best Quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
EUard  Block,  New Westminster
t-.it-.ec, March 23.���The attorney-
general's department has been advised that ti Frenchman. Qrassette, who
bft civilization with Cuide Lemieux,
whose body was founl partly eaten In
the northern woods, has been found
-nnd arrested nnd is on his way to
Lake St. John.
Government Tug After Smugglers.
Belllngham, March 2:i.���The govern,
ment tug Areata. Capt. Hall, arrived
j in port today In search of a smuggling
I boat. Secret service men are now
i working her,- in the belief that mem-
1 hers of n gang are making this jiort
i their headquarters.
House of Quality
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An
Optimist
An Ideal
Farm Home I
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1-  a :u .     who wears Northway Clothing, ;ind whose thoughts are as chei r-
_���)] as ' is dress.
Th*. gnaranteed clothing you hear so
rv.ir'i   ;,h0Ut.
$15 to $30
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We are offering for sale an Ideal farm home In the Fraser valley.     There mv 80 ncns of the rlchesl alluvial . ..II; 10 aires cleared
and balance very light ibrush.   i, ���   convenient to town, water mains
pass the door, and water Is pumped to the buildings.    We off-, thl
farm for only |DO0O;  half cash, balance ai 7 per cent,
iie.i"s another only four inii.s from town; 80 acrea; tio cleared.
This is a iiioney-miiking Investment      im,,, 18000.
To rent -100-acre farm;  80 n,,,,  ,!,;,,,.,,   iind ,-,,.,, f,.oln hIiiiii;,-.
balanoe good pasture land, mere Is n first-class oreharfl on the
property from which Inst year over $400 ivortli of fruit was sold. 20
acres are ln fall wheat; The bulldln are good. it Is an Ideal
Mry and fruit farm and a money-maker to any one Rasj
terms,
J. Eugene Brown & Co. |
272 Columbia Street.
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VANCOUVER
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C,
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ATTRACTIVE AND
SERVICEABLE
LOWLY PRICED.
We mention here a few of the most popular
which have found their way into the Dress Goods
Section during the last few days. You may become
better acquainted with the values to be found here by
a personal inspection. Ask to see these new lines.
They denote the best values procurable.
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Striped Armure and Plain
Armure Cloth
In  navy, brown    cardinal, green and
bream.     Per r.ird
.50c
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Fancy Striped Foule
in narrow    pattern    Btrlpea.     Colors
navy, brown, cardinal,       Per y;ird65c
Fancy Wool Plaids
Iji dark sbadinjis ol brown, green and
navy.     Per yard 60c
New Shades in Cashmeres
.     ooniplete    rang*     now    In   eto-i*.
Shadee oi navy, iiivwn, preen, cardinal,   black,  cream,  etc      Per  yard
 50c and 65c
Self Stripes in Suitings
1- to IS inch .uiiiags in the popular
colors, irw-dlum weights. Shades of
green, navy, brown, cardinal, taup^
grey, black and grey, etc IV-r yard
 90c to $1.00
Satin Striped Voile
Black only In heavy weight narrow
stripes.      Per yard $1.15
Cream Coatings
Such uiiit<ritils as PANAMA, heav;,
serge, mohair. Bedford cord, broad-
cloth, etc., lii the proper weights for
spring and summer coats. Per yard
 90c to $1.50
Brocaded Linings
A highly (unshed coat lining with fancy design on line body. A most desirable and serviceable lining In
every respect; 36 inches wide. i'.-r
yard 60c
Special Out Sizes in
Ladies' Skirts
An attractive line of ladies' ptuiama
skirts in black and navy, made ln 7-i>-
ll gor.d; plain style with fold of
sump material. We have had these
skirls mud-' especially to order with
waist measure ranging from 28 Inches
'���i 86 inches; Inlsngths from 36 to 42
Inches.      Kaeh $7.50 to $12.50
A Superior Quality Cotton
Table Damask
75c per yard
72-lncb Whits cotton table damask
with a  permanent high linen finish
which Is guaranteed to launder in per.
feci style.      Hamnsk of this grade is
uperlor  to  Inferior  linens.      Try  a
table length, jfou will be well pleased
'��� ith ii  for < very-day use.
72 Inch Curtain Net
Jusi arrived���several places of white
MM colored boblnet or fish net. In
-rent demand for curtains of every description.     Per vnrd 35c to 50c
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New Linen Suitings
Here at last
\sv iuak,. this statement hecausi
the fart tbat dozens of our cu tonn
have  been  Inquiring  regarding  them
from  time  to  time lately.     \v,   ur
now   -lowing   a   complete   in
striped and   plain  costume  linens in
shades of    GREEN,    BROWN, SKY,
MAUVE, Copenhagen blue and n
Per yard 35c to 50c
WHITE INDIAN HEAD
P.-r yard 25c
STRIPED   INDIAN   HEAD
P��-r >nrd 35c to 45c
Manchester Galatea
Suitings
in  stripes.    Sbadvs  of  brown, preen,
r'nwn and blue.     Per yard  35c
The Millinery Section
ANNOUNCES     THE     DISPLAY    OF
MORE   NEW   HATS
New Bhapes, n w flowers, ne_ ������
ments, straw braids, and other trimming!   oi  ever;   description, lm*
rived   since the Grand  Millinery display.      Those   in   - barge    have
iisx   turning    oui   hats trlmmi
Btylea which are models haul to
tin_iilsh   from   the  expensive pattern
hats.    The adaptation   of   Bt) ���    '
.-ult your re-pii ements, the pricing ol
huts su that they are within the ���"'��� '
of every purse, me features carefu'l*
'thought out and are what  make i ur
Millinery Department so popular.
Then again there is placed before you
here an immense range' of everj
to choose from in the matchlni
making up of hats to your liking. Select now when vou have such choice
and leave your orders early.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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