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FIRE
INSURANCE
white, shiles & co
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES <
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[0 DEMAND Of EUROPc
Annexation of Bosnia and
Herzegovanla By Austria-
Hungary Recognized.
March   29.���Sen* a    has
Jetely    to   the     de-
;uid tbe tension of
the Balkan .situation
_nd this afternoon    The
���i Servia  probably   will    get
|jelfl��rt
)rpmil.'.'.! comp
Ls of Europ<
, month, ove
IBle I" ;l" '
tion
CdNVICT PSCAPES
fROM PENITENTIARY
Short-Term Man Scales a
Fence and Gets Away in
Broad Daylight.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 190��
FIVE CENT ~    !R COPY.
PUBLIC MEETING APPROVES
OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE
WATER LOT LEASE
AGAIN SHELVED
IS
PROGRESS
L Balkan  "question"   at   re*   for
Lay days.
le ministers ben of Great Britain,
., Russia and Italy will verbally
loriii'tiic Servian government today
their recognition of tbe annexation
Bosnlaand Heraegovnia by Austria-
wgary. They will advise Servia
consiii-r this question closed by Is-
i!0f :i circular note to all the powers
jcknowleilptn.'in of this annexation,
j at the same time to asure Aus-
Ulun. :iry of her peaceful Inten-
, revoking all claims to Indemnl-
fig concessions,
erria win undoubtedly swallow this
medicine and follow thp advice
���the -Kiwers.
fit-nira,   March   29.���A     complete
ent has been    reached  by the
���ers with regard  to the  steps  to
|t_icn at Belgrade on the basis of
pru'ionals made  _y  Sl;     Edward
ly, the British    foreign  secretary,
ton Von Aehrenthal, the Aus��n>
jlgiiriiin minister Of foreign affairs,
the settlement of the difficulty base. Austria and Servia.
file representatives of the powers
Belgrade today will advise Servia
make a declaration to lin- admln-
lailon at Vleqoa, supplementary to
| Servian note of March 14. In
I note IPen-in   n f. rretl    Austria to
(previous note to the powers and
���be latter note Servia, while wtth-
��ing ber demand (or c.mppns.--
i _1\ nulatalned that the ques- J
I ol the anMxatlbn of Bosnia and
fiegovtnaShoul.l be regulated by
Um-'. The greatest satisfaction
m ererywhere over the happy so-
i>i of the m=is. Austria ��OW Wil]
P to turn her attention to home
Won,
Wn. the last few nion'h- tli:
Nenthu ...,., a total of j140.
W on warlike preparations.
|* P-'ersluirr March 2H ��� The so-
1 ��' the Balkan crisis has been
-f-il hero with race an,! shame.
ft "ian with a feeling of relief, by
Jpre. and chauvanlstic public,
������> blame Foreign Minister Iswoi-
' :��r the surrender of Slav Inter-
fc without considering the elrcum-
P' which have dictated the RU8.
I policy.
hwvenimeni circles, howevw _.
J��are entertafced with regard
l^ necessities which have
���J Ruiala to a hiirnbt, role dur-
g <*��������. It is believed that Is-
pn�� a- successful as could be
m n���, ,lf the   Iiroml-_s Qf
��**������� and tt... unprepared.
r R"��rta for -he struggle which
***** would have en-
dames Mnlliu. a copvlct Bervlng B
two-year term for theft committed in
Vancouver early this year, .-scaped
from the Ji. c. penitentiary yesterday
afternoon shortly after three o'clock,
managing to get. ten minutes start before his absence wa- noticed.
In company with other prisoners,
Muliln was working at the building
of a barn In a field at the rear of the
brickyard. On.- instructor and two
guards were c|i watch, but somehow
Mullin succeeded in getting away
from his gang, scaling the fence and
gaining the shelter of the bush.
As soon as the escape was noticed,
iiltecfi  men   were  detailed in  pursuit
and all outlying points notified.
Description of Convict.
Mullin is 34 years of age, about five
feet four inches tall, .broad-laced, fair
complexion,   brown   hair,     blue  i-yes,
weighs about 1SG pounds, mid has two
scar.-* on th" back of his head.      He
was a coal  miner by occupation. He
had no coat at tho time of his escape.
Labourd-Ue'r, Breeches Found.
Part of the clothing worn by Con
vict  Labourdette, who   escaped from
the penitentiary some weeks ago, wus
foi*irl on  Sunday near Gilley'-* camp,
In the Pitt river dLstrlet.
Proposal to Raise Coquitlam Lake Dam 60 Feet Discussed
Amendment to Approve Scheme Subject to Reservations Defeated ���F. R. Glover Promises
Supply Will Be Safeguarded.
Failing Understanding That Local Yards Receive Orders
Elevator Will Be Built, 25-1 For Much Work-Industry
Year Lease is Unlikely. Will Develop.
GOVERNOR OF WASHINGTON
SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS
FAMILY OF SERVIA
WARING TO FLEE
*a.iu'i    ..
__. famuy '    ""���   8erviaa
r,.aj arIn8  to  tlee  as
fc_.iv. '    """" of affairs
::..,: ���"' tig  oth, Rome
,,   ;;   '" ���     U'��be saya  King
.e, IJ'*0. "    Ueorgeand Ale*
kith  di t0 Swltzer'and mid
K"" "elena will go to
ito adv =. ter wln lM��e a �������
Mvl8ln8 that i, council of the
Samuel G. Co&grove Railed to Recover
From   Arduous   Campaigning
Prior  to   Election.
The adjourned meeting    to receive
the  report  of the citizens'  committee
with reference to the proposal of the
Vancouver Power   Company   to raise
their dam GO feet for power purposes
was he.ld    ln St.    George's    hall  last
evening.        There    was   a   good    attendance,  including  more  representative citizens than have attended previous meetings <^i this subject.     After
a  lengthy discussion  the report was
adopted by a large majority.
The Chairman.
D. is. Curtis waa voted to the chair.
In.  op.ning  the  proceedings  Mr.  Curtis said that they all, the City Council included*, knew   more of   the proposal than they did two weeks back.
The two reports of Messrs. Chipman
and  Powei] showed that if the Vancouver Power Company had 'been allowed to build the dam without th.- investigation which had been made since,
a very perious error would have been
permitted.      The*    reports    .--how ed
that a considerable amount of    work
prould  be required  before the purity
of  tbe water eould be guaranteed  ln
the future, and  that certain matters
#u$ht to be at once   attended to by
the power company to safeguard that
that supply.     When    the   provincial
government, the City Council, and the
Dominion government, had passed on
the matter there was yet much to be
good for several years, tiii their capacity got overtaxed, and now they
aro not doing good work. That decomposing vegetable matter la bad
,th'-re is no question, hut this is omy
evident during the summer months
when analysis of the water would at
once show  it.
Purifying  Water.
Tlv following questons were put to
Mi. Raymur:
(a) Does a filtration plant clarity
and purity water which comes from
swamp lands the nature of which wi.l
in all probability give it color and an
odor?
tbi The cost of construction i.u.l
maintaining a filtration plant and ihe
trouble caused thereby, and if clearing land of all tree? and vegetable
matter is necessary, and dois such
procedure help the water supply,
staling why in Victoria they cleared
the land.
We would like to have your opinion
on the effect of the supply if one-
j third of the area of the lake covers
flooded land. If you are in a position
to give u.= this information we would
be very glad to have it, and it would
materially assist us in coming to a
satifsactory conclusion with our trouble here.
Swamp Land.
Mr. Raj rnur replied:
Our source of    supply    consists ol
For the fourth time within a few The local-shipyards are preparing
weeks, v.*. J. White-id. appeared yes- .'oi a busy time. At the Royal City
terday evening before the members ! Dockyard work ia in progress on the
of the City Council    in committee to   T>'ee' *'or the B* c- Packers assocla-
_      ,    ,      ,       . , .       lion.    Among  their  recent  work  are
urge upon  that  body  the claims of a I
..,,," , repairs on the Flyer and the Clutha.
company which he is representing, to      . ., _ _
, . _ while among the works projected ip
ii   manlier   of   water     front    lots,   on        . .    _ ' ,
a  :arge launch  for  unnamed parties.
.Messrs Senton have every facility for.
handling  tbe  work.
At Dawe's yards on Lulu Island tbe
Xellie G. Thurston will be dismantled
of her masts, and fitted up as a steamer for use in connection with the Pitt
Lake Brick and Cement company. The
engines from the Royal City will be
installed in the Nellie G. Thurston.
Butterfleld and Mackle have let a
contract for several new fishing
boats.
done.      He reminded them that t.e I    " ,r L&u      . �� .      PP "   ��
Vancouver Power Company. 0r the * S^S ^^    ^T"'   ��D* ^ !
C Electric Railway, had great I nte. IjJit\l,mU*mUm��"��* 0f 9�� <��"
������.��� ... .....,.- ._ ��.   .        iand with thu one We have no trouble,
whirh it is proposed to build an elevator at some future time. The site
sought is where the old fruit cannery
ls built. Mr. Whiteside asks fur a
twenty-five-year lease on the property,
with the option of renewal, but several
of the members of the council are opposed to this, principally because no
definite undertaking can be given
than an elevator will he built. A I
counter proposal that a five-year lease
be given the people represented by
Mr. Whiteside, on the understanding
that some industrv be started there, ig
_Lt��_* ""ro CONDUCTOR MINE.
Failures in the Past.
Speaking on this subject, Aid. John- j
ston mentioned that ln the past long ;
leases on property had been granted I
companies which had later failed to
carry out their agreement-.    As a result property   had been    tied up for
years.     He could not recommend the
leasing of    property  to    a company
which was not even organized.   IT an
elevator was    assured,    the   council
would give the promoters hearty support.
SUCCUMBS TO SHOCK
r-sts nt stake ln Westminster, and un
les-.  the city  developed,  its  property
would depreciate.      To get    that de-1 fppt
the .ther lake contains 149 acres, an.l
has an average depth of from 12 to IE
Paso Robles, Hot Spring-, Cai.,
March 29.���Governor Samuel G. Cos-
grove died here suddenly al _: .0
o'clock yesterday from chronic
Bright's disease. Although the governor had be. n In poor health for
some months prior to his election,
strain an.l work of ihe campaign
weakened htm considerably and h
came to Paso Ro'dles Mot Springs early In January to recuperate.
He felt so much improved last
month thai lie took the journey to
Olympl.. to be inaugurated governor
of Washington nnd take the oath of
office, returning- al most immediately to
Paso Robles. This trip, however,
proved too much for hi strength and
since his return her his condition had
been gradually growing worse. For
past  few days be had  hecn con-
vciopment it, must, be shown that the
water was pure beyond all dou.t. At
the present time he did not think they
were drinking the purest kind of water.
This wa'9   originally a beaver
Committee's   Report.
tli
fined to his room, with Mr-, t'osgrove
in constant attendance upon him.
Lieut-Governor Hay will succeed
Cosgrove,
������ held  to Be
ct
��� Powcrl	
h'v  i""1 l,r-5*"S that Ms".:.*.,
fo.iv '   Montenegro,   be
los
ANGE^S -L.c-r~r
REFORMER AS MAYOR
'���os   1 ���   ,
[    ,ir''1 elem
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r%Pluil��Cl.all8t ^n-'noe. .by a
fatm..     ll11, "i 1650 votes out of a
Marcli    jJO!
"' candidate  ol
m-  was victoriou,. iii
e'pCtlo���    ov.-r    Fred.   C.
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MECHANICS UNCERTAIN
AS TO NEW SCHEDULE
Negotiations     Between   C.   P.   R.   and
Employees  Transferred  From
Winnipeg  to   Montreal.
Winnipeg. March *_il.���A atnrtling
change was made today in the negotiations between the mechanics nni
Canadian Pacific railway.   Ai ti>
quest  of  the  .Montreal executive Of l'1
company the   negotiations   wlll
transferred to that olty so thai
schedule may be arranged for the i
tire system.   The companj evidenti.
desires to conciliate it-10,000 ernp   '
868   interested.
Considerable uncertainty prevail!
here among the machinists regarding
the n.w schedule, which will become
operative on the firs, of IieXI i"<""l'
It   is  understood, howeiei', thai  GrR
Hull, superintendent of motive powe^
will  return  from  Montreal, when
swamp and of course had to be thor
oughly cleaned out and still has to be
constantly attended to as the growth
of vegetation is rapid.
The water   has   a peaty   odor and
     , taste, which at certain times of   the
Alter \V. Wolfenden had been ap- year, particularly in July and August,
pointed secretary, J. A. Lee, chairman . it i8 very difficult to eliminate even by
Of the citizens' committee,    read  the I filtering.
report of th.-ir work. After reviewing j our filters are of the open <and pat-
the proceedings since the committee 11orn with a daily capacity of 3,600,000
was appointed in January, Mr. Lee j gallons, and the cost of filtering is
read correspondence with J. L. Kay-1 7.10 of a cent per 1000 gallons. There
mur, superintendent of waterworks at |i-, no question but that the flooding of
Victoria, and Herbert Carmichael, I >mA unless thoroughly cleaned out
provincial analyst. The recommenda-1 r|]j have a deliterious effect on the
tlon_ of the report were: j water,  but  how  far  a  large body ot
We f|nd (a), That tho water of Co-] water as Coquitlam lake would be et-
qultlara lake will be polluted by thcijfeoted would be difficult to say.
building of the seventy-five foot dam. ! (    The   Resolution
(b)  The degree of      contamination 1     j   ���   Anilsm,llf- nioVOd v_at t,��� ,,-
cannot be determined in advance.        ,        a  |)fi   ,.,.--,m,   and  a,-0pted,  an.l
,c)  Filtration plant will have to be . lh(_ ���,,.���,.. ���, (he moeting be P-t(.m-.
established li the dam is bul.t. | ri, ((( (hp ul-mhor- of Ul0 roramitu.���.
��� ni) The Dominion order in council He Bpoke with conRidel.ab:. parnest
res.,ied the land surrounding U>e ; n���sS- ,aylng (h.(t ��� mmm thP-_ (1,|U. R,
lake  for the protection  of  the  water ��� mn ;i_(] WQmn {q ^^ ^ ;m]   .;Uo
guard their rights. He did not think
the power company would go on, they
would not  wish to do it.
It J, Riekman seconded. Before
the report wns adopted, the chairman
asked if the audience    would  like  to
Accident on    Work Train    Near Col-
lirtgwood Results in Death of
B. C. E. R. Employee
James S. Rainey, one of the belt
known conductors on the B. C. E. K.
Mr. Whiteside explained a company I1" ie*& lrom shock following an ac-
could not be organized unless a lease >c;deut yesterday at 4:10 o'clock p.m..
on the property was first .secured. I w"f'u he was crushed between two
Aid. Adams also strongly opposed j work car8 ln the cutting pear that,
the leasing of property for long terms station on the interurban line.
unless Important industries were a_ I Mr' Ralne>' wa3 st-���AinS between
snrfl,l ! two dump cars in a  train of twelve
working in th. cutting, udjusiln.
some mechanism, and when the ears
came together in the slack his foot
wasi caugnt and he could not get
clear.
Both legs were crushed, as weil as
1
Two Weeks' Postponement.
Alter some further discussion, it
was decided to postpone a decision on j
the subject for two weeks. In the 1
meantime Mr. Whiteside will consult
the people he represents and get some
understanding from them as to what
industry would he located on tbe property ln the event of an elevator nol
being built.
An Informal discussion on the gas
bylaw engaged the attention of the
aldermen for a few minutes, following !
which the committee rose ��id the
members adjourned to the council
chamber,
supply of the city of   New Westminster.
|.-)  If the dam is built a large    01
tioji of the reserve land wi 1 be sub
.v.;
Your committee  therefore conclude . nsKe(.
that in ns much as the firs; considers- .,   ���   . ���       ��� ,���,.       , ,.    ..
near a representative of the \ntieiiu
tion for any  municipal   water suiiplv      _ __      _
1 '  ���    ver Power Companv?
In  Open Council.
thi
re.
p.
011.
,lf lhe city's nini
"!���!
v'':",,|"s  lead    In   the
''"''. Fifih waraB over-
has been conferring with
heiidn" ' '���' ''"'
and will make an Importanl a
1nnounce-
mi    r '���'iirdin'.v the attltui
I, of tli   ''
.111-
I ..1,
Iillll'lllitle
I1
pany to its employi
111 wesi.
ln   oth Uvea
is purity, and ns the Dominion goVi 111
in.hi lm* reserved the land surround-
lng the lake to preserve the purity of
our watei supply. We are of opinion
,ha; we would jeopardize both conditions by not protesting Btrenuou-l*
againsl granting the application ol
the Vancouver Power Company to
build a seventy-five font dam on Coquitlam lake,
We recommend that a copy of this
reporl be Bent to the city Council nnd
provincial government, with any resolutions thai may pass concerning it.
jn conclusion we wish to thank the
citizens and members of the Council
who have given us encouragement In
 utlng    our    investigation    and
trust the same will i)P 0f value to the
city of N-'W Westminster. This was
signed by .)- A. Lee (chairman), F. .1.
Coulthard and J. S. Bryson.
Herbert Camilchael, |n response to
;, pi ter from the chairman as to the
experience of Victoria when an area
of swamp land was flooded, wrote In
part: On this coast the trouble Is
with decomposing vegetable matter
during the summer months, particularly August and September. Victoria water got so bad during those
.itonilis that   filter  beds    had to he
pu
t  in:   these mnde  the  water quit"
.1. D. Kennedy said they w. re a c'.li-
/en's committee, and not present to
hear statements from officials of the
company,
W. HandCOCk said they were present lo flghl  f<ir their rights.
The Amendment,
'i'. .1. Trapp, in moving the following resolution, made a brief statement,
The resolution was worded: "That
tbe report he received, ths committee
thanked for then- ervlcrt, .111,1 the
government be advised thai If all
necessary measures are taken to en-
siire the safety and purltj of the cltj
water supply such as way _e deemed
necessary hy lliv consulting engineers.
the city of New Wesi inn sl ei- has no
objection to the company' nn-lertak
ing ni Coquitlam in:.'
Advocates Caution.
In speaking to his resolution Mr.
Trapp snld the 11. C Electric Railway
waa the one enterprise which had,
and was doing more for the city than
nny other. If the dam was defeated
the resnrr would cause a depression
which It would   take   ,.    good many
hear." and
veiir     10   M|   over   I'lle.ir
���No" I.
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dr  nn   a
ipe 1   I...in the
(Continued 1 11 Page Seven.)
his chest. He wag brought on a car
j to the city, and taken to the Royal
I Columbian hospital. Dr. Rothwell
i attended him, finding him cut an 1
j bruised about both thighs, and abdo-
i men.
j     The  first  report received  from the
hospital of the injii.ies sustained by
the  victim of the accident was of a
d-cidedly encouraging nature,   and i-
was not   thought   Mr.   Rainey would
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    I succumb.      The c��id came shortly be-
Aid.  Jardine,    chairman  of  the  fi-' r0re nine o'clock, dea.ji resulting from
nance couiniltte, reported that lot 10, | jbe shock.
Lulu island, had ibeen seld to W. Nor- j    Deceased    had  been    a resident ol
man Bole for the sum of $1000. Westminster for .many years, coming
Aid. Gray reported that 600 meters , here from the states. For the pa-t
had been purchased from the Canadian ' ten years he had ibeen in the employ
Electric Company and would be placed I (lt thf, p. c. E. R. company, where he
in the city houses this year. wag deservedly popular with  his fel-
Engineer Blackman's Actions. low employees.     He was labor candi-
Incidental to a discussion on the 'date in the provincial election of 1907,
proposed plumbing b��inw, it was men- but be failed to secure the support
Honed that City Engineer Blackman which had been promised him, losing
had seen the city solicitor and request, j his deposit. For many years he was
id that the measure be shelved for ' prominent in local labor circles, hold-
two weeks. :is he desired to study It ing s number of important offices, in-
moi'e closely. Th.- action of the %n- eluding the presidency of the Street
-ineer oame iii for strong criticism Railway Km ploy ens' Union,
from Mayor Keary and Aid. Jardine, Mr. Rainey is survived by a widow
the latter speaking on the snbject^ev- ami three children, the youngest a
era: times.     He mentioned that It was   babe of only a few weeks.
for   the  council   to  instruct    its em-j	
ployees and not vice versa.
Aid. .lohnston did not think the en-   THOUSAND ILL FROM
_ ne. i- had acted in a dictatorial man
ner. He believed Mr. Blackman had
acted in what he considered the best
interests of the city.
Tho plumbing bylaw was then discussed clause by clause.
The  Mail Bag.
Permission  to place    haavler rails
on Columbia street was sought by D.
���I. McQuarrie, local manager of the B.
C. Electric Railway Company.    This
was  granted. i
Dr. Hall and A, L. Cavery wrote accepting tfie city's terms for the use
ol' the City Hall wall in connection
With tho building of their block on
Columbia street. A cheque on account wus enclosed. The proiiosi-
tion was accepted.
JoaJah Collins, of the reception commit too    of    tne    A.-Y.-P.    exposing
EATING CANNED  GOODS
San Diego, Cai., .March 2!l.��� Hliy-
Biclans today declared they believetl
that more than 1000 cases of ptomaine
poisoning reported here in the past
week, were caused by old canned
foodstuff which hod .een sold at bar-
mi in  prices recently.
It n reported that the old food was
i sold off after the state food inspector
warned several local merchants that
they must dispose of a quantity ot
canned goods they had kept in stock
for some time.
is uniikely Westminster will take any
action.
Secretary J|. A. Motherwell, on be-
r      half of the Westminster Lawn Tennis
opinion of this city j (.luia_ wm,,. asking for permission to
wrote asking the --, -.. ~. ..... -... . j     ...  t     __._
on a proposal to make duly 1. "Domln- j extend one of the courts used by the
Inn nay." at the big fair. This was members m Tipperary. The chalr-
referred to a special committee, con-. m.u1 ,,. the parks committee, Aid. Gar.
slating of Aid. Jardine, Aid. Grny and   ,,it.  will  report, after he has asce--
yor Rear*.. 10 report.
tafned the exact location of the tennis
As ther,. will probably be a Minto ��� courts, he   confessing   Ignorance   of
it 1 match ti this city on that date, it i f^ ..,  u,,. meeting.
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PAGE TWO.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUES��AV. MARCH
30. 1909.
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 mora that    a    salesman    does
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;   the  nu   Ut   that
bellows with all  its little might till  some  one  gives  it sometning to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which  stills  its  fretful  cries,  a  lesson   plainly   teaches ���it   pays   to  advertise." ��� Chlcaao p��� T^ baby
d    nncord-He.ald.
PERSONAL.
WHY    REMAIN   SINGLE?���We   can
find a congenial lite companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box LULL
Vancouver.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
WANTED.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close In.
Address R. C Stanley, Windsor
Hotel.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eictcricai machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor ��� repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce bulldlpg,
phone 331, P. 0. box 928.
FANCV   POULTRY,   EGGS,  ETC.
TEACHER    WANTED���FOR     COM-
mon school, this city, to begin work
ifter Easter holidays;   Applications
will be received until noon of April
1st.      Robert  Lennie,  secretary.
LOST.
LOST���A SMALL SQUARE LOCKET
containing photo, monogram "B. F.
L." Fimder on returning same to
ibis  office will  be  rewarded.
LOST���PAIR    DOGSKIN,     FLEECE-
.lined gloves, in   nostoffice on Sunday afternoon.      Return    to    Daily
News offlce.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
breeder, 1019 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
0. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; QggS for
hatching. Wr|te your requirements.
MU6IC
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons In
singing and harmony.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game,  Vegetables, etc.    Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel,
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���LOTS; OWNER WILL
sell two big lots on car line; price
$350 the two; cash $25, balaico ?10
per month.      Box 022, city.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR   RENT���FURNISHED    HOUSE
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue.
.ROOMS TO LET IN THE BURR
Block���These rooms have been entirely renovated, freshly papered,
heated with hot water, gas and electric lights in each suite, all outside
rooms with good light, prices moderate. Dominion Trust Company,
Ltd.. Agents.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn <_ Fa.irley, phone
1117. 18 Flack block, Vancouver,
U.  C.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 380. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P.  O. Box 811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, etc.
iRON WORKS.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Roilormakers and General Plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers.
sheet iron work. Telephone 324, V.
O. Box 442.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECOR
ATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Banltas;
house painting, kaJsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street. New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
NURSERY.
'HE FRASKR VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
ROYAL CAFE, (/Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled ontrop or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for ?4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P, B. Brown, manager, P. o. Box
656, phone 334.
TWO ACRES, five miles out, ai a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken
ranch al Bmall cost; (300, ti mis.
FEW LOTS In the ',e.-.t pan ol Burnaby ;it (126 each, 50 bj   150; easy
terms.
D^!^f^tKicties
'' ��' ��  F ��� '  U-DGE noi.'
Ur" '" M ' '    Wl i-Z
'TV'" "5
:"11       V :n. -   . ,ecy.
lt,,SK <"��� : I.ODGEN0
115,  Bon . ln_   ., .   .
Rose    Degr.i
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, be0
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at  South Vancouver.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon 1 lock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
ROLLER  RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of I*. hall, Eighth and Agnes stre. .s.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon. 2:30 to 6; evrning, 7.30 to 11,
AdmisSloi 10c;   Skates, 25c.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES & CO.
Real   E-tate and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  suburban  property,
260 Columbia street.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House, p. o. Box 196
Telephone 64
LIVERY STABLE.
RING IT 250 "FOR 1IACKS~AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
WADE. WHEALLER <k.- McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
coui-taonse, New Westminster,
(Phono 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 4(1*.  Hastings Street west. *
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth Btreet, $17
per month.
ABBOTT &  HYDE.   (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager).    Rea]   estate   Insurance,
loan*, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P, O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
i
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street. Now i.-
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
KING UP   PHONE   185   FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc.   Reasonable
charges;  quick service.    Royal City
i    Parcel Delivery.
C. HAM HER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey,
ancer. Room ll., Brine Block, New-
Westminster,   p. o. Box 795-
4 _������ ,
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW. ARCHITECT.
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Qtrichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C.  LAND    SUR- j
veyor.      Ellard block,    New    Westminster, B. C.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARC HI
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phon* 232.
F. NASH, lt. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and 6 Ham ley block. New Westminster,
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINETWORKS.
LinjitfML Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing, best work
reasonable prices, phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's shoe stoiV). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
J. .1. JOHNSTON. DUfONT BuOCK,
Columbia street, phono 169.
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus, Sapperton; prices and terms very reasonable.
���_������___        .   _ . . ,., ,, .  ,   ____
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, suburban
tracts, farm lands, and chicken
ranches.
WE HAVE TWO FINE LOTS, a dou-
ble corner in the West End, near
car.  for $200 each;   terms.
WE CAN DELIVER YOU 5 nice lots
near Twelfth street car, opposite Orphanage, for $250 each; a third
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
A 3-ROOM HOUSH and a cleared lot
60x150 feet on Eleventh Btreet, tor
$700, on easy terms.
WE HAVE A FINE BLOCK of 21 lots
iu district lot 53, 66x132, lane at
back, on opened street, tor $2200;
eaat terms. This is a snap; ."..'! is
selling rapidly.
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
specially. Room 7 Hamlej block.
P. O. Box 158, phone 361.
DIAMOND   it    OORBOULD,    SIXTH
Stl'.et.
FOR SALE-HALF MILE WESI'
minster waterfronl with trackage
only .'��� B foot; will be worth $25 a
foot   in   a   year's   time,       Compare
this \\ Ith oth.r price..
FuR'SALE���125-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 au acre.
Ro ������    In
fourth   W.
in  K. of P ' .... f)l
P-m.     Whit. v ��� .,, fTOU
Wednei
time and
cordially
pres, ;��� II
 nth, an, i
brethni
"'     B.M
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
CUSTOM     STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
l.mbia street.    Phone 62.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE I'.I'V AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. Speck k. Crandell
near Tram offlce.
O.  U.   W.���FRAS.R L0.GEI.cj
���   ��� ..!���.', T.eg.
lay    In    each    moi . ....
ren cordl te. to au'en?
Lodge room, a. 0. U. W, hi.ii'ou
fellows'  block, Clarl ������-..   ���������-l'
lUR.   BRUNETTE, ho. 40S9, Uf,
-Meets the Fourth _rl<la   jja
month  at   -      .   .. iu the mini
hall,  Oil.If- i   . .
FRATERNAL OR.ER OF EAGLE5,I
Aerie No. 20 Meets every Tuesfojl
evening at 8 p. ni., in ihe Eaglen
hall,    Colum ���       \   c;_|J
W.  Pres.;   H   Sch I     , SecretttjT
TAILORS.
('.MAIN. 32 Sixth street;   ladles' and
men's   tailor.       Exclusive   patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Pressing  and   repairing,  on  short  notice,
Phone   H3r,0.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTDR    OPERA      HOUSE, j
Lome ���treet, W. N. Carty, manuger ,
Special  attractions  provided  during
the season.       Advance ticket  office.
Ryall's  Drug Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures. Illustrated Bongs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
!"HE liOYAL TEMPLARS OF TEH I
PERANCE meet every Wedneadi.|
al 8 o'clock p. m., In 0.d!eW|
hail, Columbia -treet.
.ON., OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT Jill
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE V.Ell
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firs:all
Third   Tuesday  ol every   ���j__ s|
K. of P. ball.   Chief W. Sut
i. O. O. F.���Royai City Loagu, Ncl
���Meets iu Oddfellows' 1
umbla Btreet, every Frldayena|
������ . o'cl Visiting   ���     ������������
be    made    welcome,   0. 1- Ol
.. Q.; i . e Osborne, P. G-. recs^
ig  seci-tary.
OTHER FRATEMNAL SOCIETIES
include tl e Un i- N ji
_*. aud A. Mv . 'Il'/^
No. IT, A, l-   and A M : L 0.1
No. H.vv  L 0. L., NO  16U3; OM
Bapperton, -V'- i';v;. ������ a \'   '
(Miir; Westminster,   Na ! I
,i_  sesi Nn 51
IV,
WOODWOKKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
Brotherhood of 0 > *
BOARD   OF  TRADL-    ���  ���>  Wstt��|
ster Board ol Trade m.-'wu"!
Board Room, Citj Hall, aa to��J
Third Thursday ol escii mji
Quarterly   meetings on tbe oj
Thursday of February, mm
August and November, al 8 P-J
Annual meetings im !"e 1
Thursday or February,
member.*, may bs prop<��" ^
elected at any monthly or <i������^
meeting.     A. E. Whltft S^      I
Choice  H
ams
18i
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. sno    Fifth A venae
PHONE  37a
BOWELL & ODD.. . roDrtetor*.
English Watchmaker
LEARN   TO   DO
BANKING
No n~.an.-r how small your business
nay be hav.. a bunk account. The
merchant .. .. ha-- a bank account establish! ' : ��� .edit, has saf.-ty tor bis
oash. an.l pays his bills with cheque
in a buslni. manner. YOI' are invited  i" op. ;i an account in
The Royai Bank of unaila
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New Westrninster, B. C. Branch, F. B.
Lyle,  Manager,
Bank of Montreal s, r ���.���,. ,��_���. ���,���. ,���,
ESTABLISHED 1317. !$6.00.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00 j    Silver Watches, gents'   open   case
RESERVE    11,000,000.00  $7.50 up.
Branches   throughout   Canada   and j    Agent    lor    Waltham    and    Elgin
Newfoundland, and  In   London, Eng- watches.
land, N.w Vork, Chicago and Spokane,     -,vatcll repairing a specialty.
I'. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general]
bunking    busin. ss Let- p_      CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grace-
-
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Heme Pap.r.
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.
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12... S��O��O*0��&��O��00*0*C>*0*-*O��0  �����0*0*0*0*0400*C*0*0*0*0*Q
up.
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St.,  Opposite  Market,  New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver.
Should be consulted lf you wani 0
.-(l1 furniture or nu auction oondui    i.
Live Stock Implement auction 1 'I
every Friday morning on Westmlnt'or
Maiket; and every Saturday morn: ig
on Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, ik ir
ly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (now).
A quantity of new furniture halt
price. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
at 323 Front street.    Phone A4-f��.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land D*��
District  of Say*""1-
Tak,. nolle- .bat t, <'��� *'��� Jl
0.   Vancouver, o. jupatlos
tend to apply tor.*^100*!
chase the following de3��rlbofl��J
��� i_i  'ii'.n" .
Commencing sl a P��    ���    J
the north shore of south r����J
thence follow::.-: the ,holVJJl
southerly,   westerly,    a     'J.
easterly back to i ����� ������       ,J
ment, taking In the whol. *
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1909.
HltV
MAKE YOUR  aPPEAL/tH-^
through the columnsofT
NEWS.    The Morning k^_.
NOTICE.
ters of Credit Issued,   available with
corresj lents  in    all  parts of    thfc
world,
Savings Bank Di iiai I. ipi      I lepbslts
received  In  sums of *'i  and  tipv ir:
nnd lnteresi allow. I nt 3 per con
;ii iiinii  i; re eni   ra i I.
Total   Assets   ii'.' ;    |1C1,  ,0 10.00,
NF.W V/ESTMIN.TER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, M tua_ ���..
NEW   HOCSE OF   SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO    LOTS.    REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T.'R  PEARSON, Mgr .	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
0.0*3*0*0#O��oo*o*o*o��o��ok. o*o*o*o*o��o*co*<_��o*o*c>*o*8
Tako notice that D. .1. McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, B. ('., occupation,
electric railway manager, Intend, to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Westminster;
Commencing at a post planted at
the ROiilhwest corner of lot 131)0,
thence east to northwest corner Ol lot
1362. thence south to south went corner of lot 997, thence southerly, west-
orly nnd northerly to point of commencement, containing 100 acres nio'e
or less.
DANIEL  JOHN   McQUARRIE,
per JOHN F. BAOOS,
Agenl.
Haled Deoembcr 19th, 1908,
NOTICE.
District.
New We5ti.ii��ster u
District  of New Wrf-**
TtriTrcHoS^j3
Pitt Meadows, i- ������ , f���rper*1-���
ried lady, intends to aPPiJo)i<)ff)rtJ|
sion to purchase tn* ���.��
scribed lauds:  CoNiin." ��^rfjj
Plan..'-. :.,-> ^ %, A
L020, thence wesi io ( t,?i��*|
south 80 chain, <%��^*A
more or less to  V-' ^ ���
thence northern ����<"<��� ^j
the point of i """ ' ^        I
M. b.,rU) ARCH 30, 1909.
,nca FOR
RED R.VLR BRIDGE
:
pressed to the un-
n the eiivei
Ope
VCidi
Sealed ten
6      ,  und marked o
.,,   lUe   Red    River
wlli be received at the of-
tbe   commissioners of   the
B�� �� tal   Railway
���'>-' ���"" u tlic 8th day of April,
���'.!' - truction and erecUon
1903 . ..,.   bridge  and
of-'' ins   over   the   Red   river
Mm Winnipeg and St. Boniface,
** < ., Lombard street, u>
near lhe '    grad,ng   and   approafth
��etber ','r' ti vs in Winnipeg.
^"L. tenders must be   submit-
BeP��ae ,llctm, with  other
^asperBcnedulcandtorBUpe,
structure'
THE   DAILY
[T.
s.
PAGE THREE.
M CANADA
��� -i-ff?
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian Government tc:v
show  wc have the purest,
and highest strength good.,.
QMIett's  is  used  by  the
be;t Bakers and Caterers
everywhere.    Costs no
more than the inferior
adulterated kinds.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD. |
Toronto, Ont.
DREADNOUGHTS WILL
NUKBER THIRTY-THREE
Lord   Grey   Outlines   Brita'n s   Policy
in Naval Program���Factors Which
May   Disturb   Peace.
in-
plans
���eli ���'
details
aI1,l profiles may  be
tbe "$���
' full information obtained at
.   , . chief engineer at Ot-
ce '' ' " ,��� .   ,>._
nj  also  at
.Lltiv
the office of me
at   St.   Boniface,
iillV.I.   ���'
Arsons tendering are notified that
'. ,,, ,, v considered unless
eaa (I1 tbe terms supplied by the
Commissioners, which may be hud on
2 .,���< Mr, il...bU. Lumsden.
S engineer, Otta... Ont.,-and M-
J B, pmilin. district engineer,   st
mail'
signed  and
Isonlface, Man.
Bacb tender must b.
Kale, by all the parties to the ten-
der and witnessed, and be accom-
._h. by nn accepted cheque on B
Wed bank ot !he Dorclnlon ot
Canailu payable to tne Commiaslonerfl
o( tbe Transcontinental Railway, for
tbi ,..m nf I25-000 for "^structure
8D. other work as Her schedule, and
,or the sum of $25,000 fur steel super-
Btruct-re and flour.
Tie cheques deposited by the
party whose tender Is accepted will
be _.;. sited to the credit of the Ro
Ciwr-General ot Canada aa security
for tbe due and faithful performance
el the contract according to il* terms.
Oqu-.s deposited by parti, s wnose
t��_.-r* are rejecti-d will be returned
���within ten days after the signing ot
tbe contract.
TV right Is reserved to reject any
I or all .id-iaoin   6   ..oglcOtbe ao
or all tenders.   By order.
P. K. RYAN. Secretary.
|.he Commissioners of the Transcou-
Uient&l Ridlway.
Dst-d at Ottawa, Gth March, 1W��.
Nwtpapen   Inserting   this ad ver-
Itlsnw-m nitbcut authority  from   .&��
coi_ir.iscior, .<; will not le paid for It.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'.nice 'Phone. 18b.      Barn  'Pbone 137
Columbia  Street.
Bag-rage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material   you   want   for
suit-, made 'o order.   Perfect fit guar-
_nt.-.d.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite  Windsor Hotel,
P. O. R.x 47..
Tel.
Kes.  429.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
Palmer
BROS. TWO
AMD FOUR
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENG1NE6
London,   March  29.���Foreign  S_cre-
House of Common*
j '   ..... :,.. al  Britain com-
i pletes her present naval program she
I'wilt bave 33 battleships of the Dreadnought type, making ner supreme in
naval  affairs anions'    world    powers.
Lord Grey urged a more liberal policy
! in   connection   wiih  naval   affairs   in
Great Britain.    The secretary then re-
ferred to the Anglo-German relations
in general terms, and grow more am-
i icable,    as though    fearing  that bis
I pppech woul.l sound warlike.
,     Thr>  Speaker  said  that    only    two
1 things could disturb the peaceful conditions of Europe    'mat would be an
attempt   by   England   to   isolate  Germany or an attempt by any one con-
i tlnental power to dominate the policy
of Europe.
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BETWEEN
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equipment consists of private coinpart-
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cba-r cars   (seats   ftee),   modern  day
coach.--; and buffet, library and -rook-
lug cars.
For   Time  Tables.  Folders, o- any
further Information call on or write
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HEME OE DEBATE
Canada Ready to Devote Her
Whole Resources to Help
Mother Country.
First get her answer���then come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements she surely should see;
Diamonds and  Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
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\ Lawn Grass Seed
AT
RYALL'S
PHONE 57.
Ottawa, March .0.���In tbe House of
Commons this afternoon Hon. G. E.
Foster moved a resolution declaring
'.that Canada should no longer delaj
in assuming her proper share of re-
mslbllity and financial burden Incident in the suitable protection her
. .posed coast iine ana great seaports.
Sir   Wilfrid Laurier,  replying.propos-
e 1 a resolution accepting the spirit of
Mr. Foster', resolution, but going further to state that Canada realized the
necessity of assuming, with her growing population and wealth, of the gradually increasing    .lare of the  burden
of  both   military   and   naval   defence,
and of providing adequately as a self-
governing dominion   for  her own  national   defence.    The  resolution   gives j ++++++++++++4++++ +++44+++4 +++++++
in effect a re-statement of the policy j _
of   the   ipiestion   of   imperial   defence . '
laid down by tho Canadian ministers. I r
in a  memorandum  submitted the Colonial Conference in 1902. It concludes
with a statement that ln rase of need
Ca nada  is   prepared   to    devote    her
whole resourc-s In men and money to
the defence of the . mpirr*.
I     Sir WHfrld need the step? already
t��\ken  by  Canada  along  the  line  of
gradually     working     out   a     general j {
scheme of defence in oo-op"rnvon with !
the imperial war office in militia or-,
ganization.    Much  had already  been j
done towards the development of an
effective defence organization in Can-!
ada along the same pattern as obtains i
in the imperial army.   What Canada ;
rou'd now do in  the matter of tak-
lng further action along the naval line
was, he said, a matter for careful and
mature deliberation after consultation
with the imperial authorities nnd set-
ting advice from naval experts.
DRUG
STORE
MAKE YOUR APPcAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
Ten   Thousand   Aliens.
New  York, March   2*5.���Six v.-ssels
brought to New York yesterday nearly 10,000 aliens, almost a record number for a single day.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All A.n��    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always In Stock for Fencing and Draining.
������-1. ��� ��� ���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
New Spring Goods for
Ladies and Gentlemen
4 beautiful line   ol   mat..rial     for
I'"���������'i mad and suiting; lias
Just arrived.
W�� -uarantei a perfect fit and good
Hrlui.i nship.
WING   YUEN
K*ong On  Wo &  Co.   Block.
Columbia   and    Mclnnes   Sts.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN  HEiD, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon 8treet
SEATTLE
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RATES:
Room  $1   **vr  day   up.
Room   and   board   $2.50   per  day up.
Toom  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All iiitside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance tel .-
phone. 'Rtis meets all trains and '.���������..tits
CARLETON GILBERT, Mgr.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
E_urne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial ...    $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel   . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
I PL. r.
'��� 54,
I'. O. Box Gt>.ri.
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Opportunity ||f Jackson & Morrison
i ���-    lien
Kb catalogue
ur order tor
��� Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
(ILK WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kate.., on work o! any den*
i :i; 'ion   or  quantity   quo'. <!
on application.
Westminster Opera House
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  31.
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
l"I,,l"h'l,'l"l"l"I��tl"M,'M'*l'
*v
DAINTY
FLORENCE
Bee Supplies  etc.
,: "    :.. annoy you.
 in rutnleatlon.  No
1 "pRES.  THE   BUTTON."
WF. DO THE  REST.
iiHENRY'sli
^urscriesf
Unices ^^
Gteenhous
\ h��u8es,;;r""uuses *na Soed
��� Vance- West���inster Road
t      neo��v-rl_.c. Branch Nursery
J South Vancouver.
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0ET YW* SPRIN0 8TJIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
HN0t"  Block.  P. O.  Box  614.
Ne* Westminster.
NOW
la ti:.    nn- you Bhould .  I rid ol thai
old  furniture and  put In some
goods.
W-. pay the Mgheai possible prices
for M', ond hand good i and ������'��� an
able to Bell you almost anything you
require in the waj of rurnltu i as w*ll
as hundreds of other useful articles.
n,-w ami mcond-hand. . When youj
want n square deal all ..i-""1*1 :" ' '
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
nd Second-Hand Store)
IN THE SMART MUSICAL PLAY
YING
MARY
DIRECTION    OF
JULES     MURRY
A Bag of Cement
bought bi will be found entirely fi- ��� : ..in powdered clay
and other cheapening liilinu.
That  ���: - v. tnent will f,-
farther and last better than the
tilled" kinds. If you have Imd
expert* nc - on know i-. pays to
bui the -t building material i.
To obtain the besl you'll bs wl��e
to come ':��� ������ We don't handle
anj in ind,
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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PRICES 25c to $1.50.
N
ew ai
-i  new
.lust   received    a  Shipment
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, nnd ilghi automa.o macnin-
�����y
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FOR    PLUMBING,   HEATING,   TINNING
WARE, GO TO
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AND    GENERAL    HARD.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
AlCX.  Sf>^C"^    | Trust Block, Profit St., New Westminster
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run  every hair
hour  from  6:60  a. m. Last
. ur leaves at 11  p, in.
Last car leaves Vancouver-at
11: _U p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Bap-
perton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty mlu-
utes after, and forty minutes
afti *ving at G:20 a. DO
Sapper-ten Lme: Cars bave
in t.-n minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour,     mmencing at <i:.!0
a.   in.
Sunday service half-hourly b'*-.
tween 8:30 a. tt:. and 11. p. m.
Columbia St,   "Man on thi
Wheel
Sole Agents
British Columbia Electric^Ry^Co., Ltd ���
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A. JAMES.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESD^' MARCH 30
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
big Company, Limited, at their office.--,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, 13. C.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
W. G
mons ex juris afvu'ust Potter
.McQuarrie for plaintiff*
In re James O. Sjogiell, Order for
letters; of administration. .1. D. Kennedy for executors.
In re Mary Perry. Order for administration with will annexed. H. I*
Edmonds for executors,
TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1909.
GROWTH   AND   tXPANSlON.
The certain and inevitable results
if the era of development now being
inaugurated wlll be a great expansion
of the Royal city. For the past ten
years, that Is since the destructive | geveraj
conflagration of 18.*., .New  Westmin
Monster Iceberg Sighted.
Xew York, March 29.���Officers of
the Anchor line steamship Caledonia.
which arrived yesterday from Glasgow report sighting the record iceberg of the season. According to
Captain Baxter, the berg-was fully 300
feet above the water.
Duck  Hunters Carried Over Falls.
Waterloo, Iowa, March    2D.���While
hundred     persons     watched,
powerless to help,    Christ    Anderson
"GET THE  HABIT"
INK
(Stephens')
i
.' BOTTLES FOR     .
5c
AT
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
l
ster has grown and extended gradu- j mi Henry ljotham. Thick hunters,
ally, until today her population num- c**-gjng to an upturned boat, from
ber_ some 13,000 souls. Tuis repre-' w__tc_. Frank Bentz had already
sents an Increase of seven thousand jumped and been drowned, went over
since 1901, tout during the last <-w0 ] the falls in the Cedar river yesterday
years the growth has been at twice an(j were drowtned. The three men
the rate of former annual periods, the tried* to cross the river just above
augmentation  being    four    thousand. | the falls and tho ])oat upsot
If  her   progress  has  been  somewhat ���i ���	
slow, It has been steady and to this
circumstance   we owe  the very  thorough recovery from   the disaster ol
J.898 and a present  day position  that j
U certainly solid. Buustantla] and  ���
cure.   Thus we have a good basis upon Which to erect, in  the immediate j
future, ;i more rapid development, a
sturdy growth upon which to graft a
policy of progress and expansion.
At thi���' moment there ure unmistakable signs that  the Immediate future j
will see quite a considerable increase
In  the   population  of   New   Westmin-]
ster.    But it is not only as a residen- ' Front   St
Why Stir Up the Bust?
Buy a Vacuum Cleaner. Brooms and
carpet sweepers make dust nnd pack
the dirt more solidly. A Vacuum
Cleaner lifts it out by suction force.
No dust.      No noise.      No Labor.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
AGENTS.
(Successors to E. W. Cook)
Dominion   Trust   Building
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT  EXCURSION, SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
( l   Tuesday,  April 6th, at  0:30  p.m.
STEAMER   TRANSFER
will make a special trip to Ladner
carrying passengers for the Gaul's
I'na Cantata (45 voices), and mixed
; rogram
CONCERT
to be given at Ladner by the Queen's
Avenue choir and other local talent
under the direction of Messrs. T. It-
Pearson and Wm. Hicks.
The   steamer will   return   after  the
concert,  about 12, midnight.
.1.00 for the round trip, including con-
cert and supper.
Tickets can be obtained from F. Me-
Kenzie's drug store, l). S. Curtis'
drug store, and from T. R. Pearson,
nonunion Trust.
Read This Carefully
��� Are you looking for a c- zy six-room cottage; if so I car. r. co.,,,,,,,.,, - _ - .
street, Sapperum.     The hoi.se is practically new, and is built on ,. nice|y located lot"']
ute's walk from the car line.   As the party owning this lot is leaving the city
this property for $1200;  half cash, and the balance on terms to arrange,
arid worthy of your enquiry.
I ha     had listed with me a dandy residential lot on the north side of Reg!
ale on
Alberia
111 a oh-.
'"' '"'-1 tOflUe,
' P^lo,
ond and    bird streets, and as the price is only $425, this should be nipped up quickly      >,:'"'*""n s^
the balance  on  easy terms.    For an investment with every prospect for a quick turnover  .!,'m
early Monday morning.     The lot Is   66x132     , i s",nffier
ot. '""   ''Practical!.
you can't do better than seccure this
cleared.     Speak quickly If you want thl
J. J. JOHNS!
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE  1C9.
mmm
ii.il centre that the city is growing
and will grow, Het-sin arc to be located many new factories nnd Industries- whilst important commercial
and industrial developments are about
to take place on the margin of the city
For instance a Seattle concern ha��
purchased acerage on Lulu island for
tho erection of a large shingle mill;
a factory, which rumor says is to be
for woollen goods, is to be put up at
Bburne; negotiations are in progress
for the purchase of a large site in the
vicinity of Sapperton, for the erection
of an iron foundry. Here are three
important industries, two of them entirely new to the district, about to be
���/.ildi i vd. and they may safely be : <*>
eegarded as the forerunners of m tnj
more. It Is pretty certain that ere
long ;i grain elevator will go up; a
new  gas  producing    undertaking
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HAVE   YOU   TRIED
Premier Flour?
If not, ask your grocer for it at once, and be sure that you get PREMIER, as then- is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOl'R is becoming a household necessity. If your
dealer does not stock it. "phone us and we will deliver It to you
ourselves.
about  to commence  operations;    the
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA   STREET.      p. O. Drawer 100.
onl gas company is to lay down n. w
mains arid improve Its plant. Then we
have the extensive new locomotive
and cur shops which the C. 1'. It. Will
sb.iril. en cl at \> ��� -inn ter Jun in,
.such , . la] mo. m< nl i as thosi.
together with the iwiabllshmept ol
New Westminster as one of the great
I'n. ifii port . in Ucato that in the tn * i
two or thr.-_ years our city wlll make
a mighty bound forward and attain a
far greater importance than ii has
hitherto enjoyed. Concurrent therewith will come a vast m< it-ase in real
'���state Investments, a greater commercial activity, ami an augmentaton of
bank returns.
Wth a future s.i fraught wth Importance it is necestfcry thai tbe ('it>
Fathers should recognise thai  a  poi-1
icy of hold advancement and well dl-,
rected progress will have to be adopt-;
��� ���d.    There must be no hesitant'., no
cavilling,  no  tentative   proposals    t.i
binder or discourage Intending Investors  or  capitalists.    Tiny   must  also j
be  pr pared to enter upon a  11 era]
expenditure  to   meet   the  greater demand* for improvements that are certain io ensue.   We are Bur. the ratepayer-  a ill cheerfully approve such b
ti p  and  be  ready  lo  bear  some  increase In their burdens to ensure the
-ompllshmi nt or a progr. sslve policy and to help forward the good work
of establishing New Westminster as
:i leading port, an important Industrial
centre, a busy hive of commercial activity, .-11111 withal its retention as a
pleasant healthful place of residence.
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The Gut Show
IS ONE    OF    THE   11    STYLES OF
20TH CENTURY READY FOR VV     .
TAILORED    GARMENTS    WE    ARE
SHOWING    THIS     SPRING. ALL
THE LATEST DETAILS ARE INTRODUCED; CUFFS ON COATS OR
STRAPS. BUNCHED      BUTTONS
(EITHER 2 OR 3), POCKETS WITH
FLAPS, PERMANENT SEAM TO
PANTS; TURNED UP AT BOTTOM;
COLLEGE SUITS. YOUNG MENS
SUITS;   BUSINESS   MEN'S  SUITS.
YOUR SPECIAL MEASURE FROM
CHOICE OF 300 STYLISH CLOTHS.
DELIVERY IN 3 WEEKS.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SOLE  AGENTS FOR   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Shoes Today ?|
These are Busy Shoe Days
with us.
A Concatenation on the Roof.
P.  D. Roe, of    Port    Moody, ii. (
v'cegerent  -.ark  of  ihe  Hoo-Hoo
der of British Columbia, announc
concatenation to ibe held In   Vancouver, I). C., on Friday, April _:ird.    A
real good time Is looked l'or, und a large
i
_fr
__
GREAT BARGAINS IN MEN'S
Spring SI
number of playful kittens, from Moun- JsW
tain and valley, have announced them.! Q[j
selves ready to pass through the val-'pJ^
ley of the Onion bed, in darkness, fear jfin
and  trembling, and  take the oath of
in mai allegiance to the Sacred Black
Cat. All live members of the Hoo-
lUio oi'.l.r, in this vicinity, should get
busy right now and. Cat-er-mobllc
around and bring as many iinregener-
nte kittens to the fold ns they can get
their claws nn. Further announcements as to hah nnd other arrange-
in. nts will he made later.
, ,;,:|^j Ladies will be interested in our new lines of Patent fl
fi! Leather and Tan Oxfords.   See our windows for Hs
Horse Sho
April 21, 22, 23 and 24.
riElSERVED   SEAT  SALE.  VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE. North Box Office!
Season Tickets only vprll 5th to !M|
General Sab-  \-
Season tickets  (good for al performances)    ^"1
EVENING���
First   two   rows      "i'i
\"xt thr��  rows     M
I .ast  four  row.-;       '::l
AFTERNOON ���
First two rows   Pl
Ha lance unreserved  	
Children ���
.Mail orders addressed to E. R. Rlcketts,  Esq.,  accompanied b. '���'   I
tance will  be filled    in  the order of receipt.
POSITIVELY  NO TELEPHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED.
Spring Cleaning
A Blssell. Carpet Bwe .per
i a great hi lp to the housewife in spring cleaning time
'.'..   also have .lap-n- ac, ii I
lac,    Liquid   Veneer,    etc.  I .
brightening up   the   furnli .��
Call in and Inspect our stock.
COUNTY COURT   CHAMPERS.
County court chambers, before hla
boi'i.,. Judge Howay yesterday.
Trapp Ai Co, vs. Barnetl and Pottei
onier for service of Judgmi nt, sun,-
8
1
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SPECIAL PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Sifcn of the Big Elecl.it: Coot.
New WesfniinsIer,' B. C
VE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C.
MUTTON, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages  dally.
Best   of  Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
jsBEBBBBF/
05
Phone 192
Muniir ;;��� .am ira
Colui**1*   I
e^BBEE>BBBBBEBBBBH@,ADVERn5E  1N   THE TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1909.
THE  _>AIL_
KEWS.
NEW-
LADIES
SAILOR
HATS
1. H. Smith
CHILDREN'S
AND '
MISSES'
STRAW, ETC.
A HALF PAGE FULL OF GOOD B
UY,N�� NEWS OF SPR.ng WANTS
Household
VERY LOW-PRICED
The busy housewife is now or will shortly be start**-]
__ money-*���*&ou_ta y���. S^g
White ana Cream Madras Muslins
at 35c per yard
MADRAS    AS    CURTAINING   MATERIAL    IS   GETTING    MORr
YEAR.I THEY MAKE NICE SERVICEABLE CURTAINS OP ��f��__D M��RE P0PULAR EVERY
WELL. WE HAVE ABOUT 10 PIECES, WHITE AND CPE A., n^vV^**���0* AND WEAR
PLAIN AND TASSELED. REGULAR 50c p-R YARD G0,NG FOR P. p v/pn " INCHES WIDE:
���^^*���*   '    "   *^     m4 ���...35c
65c, 75c and 85c Colored Madras
for 50c per yard
THIS IS THE WHOLE RANGE  OF  OUR  NEW COLORED MADRA~-   _, CC_n
FROMTriE  MANUFACTURERS   THAT   ANOTHER   SHIPJpmt ALREADY     WE     HAVE   WORD
TO MAKE ROOM FOR IT.    THERE  ARE SOM -SHORT TpIt '$ ""^ ^ ��N' AND WE HAVE
ISFR0M7TO 14 YARDS.      , HE COLORS ARE  B   A F .f   *"   ���E   AVERAGE   LENG���
^CTS ANO CATHEDRAL  DES,GN,     Lll^^^T.    "cTnTa.,   JX_���?. ,��
Some Very Handsome Sash Muslins
In Madras
WE HAVE SOME VERY HANDSOME SASH    MUSLINS    FRILLED   WITH   LOOPS   ALL     READY   TO
PUT ROD THROUGH.      PR ICES 25c, 35c AND 50c PER YARn
SasH Muslins at 12 l-2c yard
OVER 10 PIECES  HANDSOME SASH  MUSLINS, 30c AND 36 INCH   WIDE.      ON   SALE  AT   .12  1-2c
Swi
Swiss and Bobinette at 221-2 yard
6P
CHES
$2.75 Lace Curtains for $1- 75
PATTEN WFoERK  ��NUY  WE WILL SEL-U OUR REGULAR $2.75  CURTAIN. 3 1-2 YARDS LONG, NICE
 $1.75
Grand Showing of Art Muslins and
Crettonnes
*>' YARQS '  r  NEW   ART   MUSLINS   AND   GOBLIN   ART   DRAPERIES GOING AT 8c.  10c,  15c AND
New Range of Crettonnes at 15c yard
B��X COVER^ EJ,ANT PATTERN3   IN   FURNITURE   CRETONNE   FOR   DRAPES,   COSY   CORNERS
��^^J____fTC'      0N   SALE AT, PER YARD ^
New Art Sateens for Quilts and Drapes
0VER 40 PATTFRMc   -r
LYNEWnr-,- ��  SEL-ECT FROM;   HEAVY SATIN  FINISHED   WITH   NUMEROUS   ENTIRE
^J^NS.      PER   YARD       20c. 25c AND 35c
co    Fine Bed Pillows at $1.2S each
FOR ITH   BEST  TICKING, GOOSE FEATHER FILLED.   REGULAR      PRICE    $1.50. NOW
^Hemstitched Pillow Cases 20c each
^nd   ._   in..,,
30c each- m0'u!ES Wide nicely hemstitched, of superior quality cotton,   regular
'        W' EACH - 20c
;     $2.50 Hemmed Sheets for $2.00
'�����*������       FTS' HEMMED ready for use: will fit large double bed.  going for $2.23 ���
I- H. SMITH'S House Cleaning Sale
PAGE WVE
City News
For first-class cut nowers and any
klDd Of Floral work, telephone
" ��� ��� *' Greenhouse, B.OS. ������
The Flyer has left to tow some
scowaof coal for the Alaska Packers
from Udysmlth to Anacortes,
A good appearance is an Invaluable
'���  not a luxury,  but  a necessity.
!        BP B278 and let us renovate your
Clothes.      Royal City Dye Works     **
��� ������ work of the publicity  associa- ;
Hon  will be transferred to the board |
Of  trade  as  from  April   1.  in  accord-
ni ce   with   tl,,. arrangement   recently
n 1 ipted.
1 ���'.'   performance   at The    Edison
en.- hour and a half, commences at  7:35 | in.      Music by the New
v. "si mins:,���;���  orchestra.
\ Chinaman named Young Yen wa*i
in- rred al Douglas street cemetery
ye terday,
A mi ��� ng oi thi executive of the
W'estemlnster football club has been
call ���>! for tills .-v. ulng al 7 o'clock.
Prof. Banthler will a- Ist patrons
of the Pythian roller rink to li arn two
Btepping .luring the afternoon hours. *
district  continue :o reach the  ���
tarj of the bo i le, from United
States cities pertli ilarij     The -
declaration C    P.   li.  to
repair sho;.   at W     mln :��� r Juni
is the object of one seeker for infor-
mation from Detroit.
.7. M. Hamilton sings the songs ol
old Scotland with ail the spirit of his
nice.     Opera Housi   a- rii 7th.        ������
Free, a splendid tea Bet; Crystal
theatre.       Investigate. ������
The death took place yesterdaj al
the Royal Columbian hospital of .Mrs.
Agnes Martin, aged IB Mrs. Martin
formerly lived at Bellingham and had
only been In Westmin-:.- a Bhort
time. She leaves no relatives ipi tins
district.
The organi.'.ation   meeting of    the
Cubs Biuseball 0:11'. was belt tn tbd
1. ..ii hail yesterd.u evening,
1 . officers were elected as foflows;
lion, presidetit. A W. Gray; manager,
Water Cunningham; secretary, P. i,\
Peebles, treasurer, L, I.. Adams. A
committee was appointed to armnge
for the purchase of uniforms which
will be grey and blue- About ..irh-
tcen players have signed an with the
Cubs.
The Robin Hood girls are coming t.��
town,     See page J for the announcement. **
l
Westminster Is to be favon d with
a \ Islj freiii the Robin Hood glr B,
Se,. page I for pari ii ulars **
A lun carnival will be held at the
irises ur.' offered, one for the largest
and one for tiie siivi esl hat worn. ������
The following offlci i were-1
at the organisation meeting of the
Yoimg Fiber,iis' Baseball club yesterday evening. President, .1. C. Blair:
���/ice-prftsldent, K. C. Welsh; secretary.
treasurer, G. S. Corhett; manager, W.
.T. Saice; executive committee, C.
Maanering and C. Yuiii.
The Trader brought in a .'.mall load
of .-ugar from a Greenock refinery for
loci;   merchants yest.,<iay.
Do not fail to see the world baseball
championship series of animated picture- at tin- Edison on Wednesday
and Thursday. **
Owing to the change in the Provincial Elections act the time set for receiving claims has been extended till
the first Monday in April, instead of
the last Monday in March.
Fales for furniture, screens, carpets
anil linoleums. The big store, corner
Agnes  and   McKenzie  streets.
There will be a in. eting of the la-
croaso club on Thursday night, s
o'clock, 111 Ryall's Drug Store. �����
A meeting of the executive of the
Westminster Base-all association was
held yesterday evening a; .1. c Blair's
store, the following being present:   W.
ISayce (Young Liberals), O. Peele
(Russells), C. Stein (Balmorals), and
Walter Cunningham (Cubs), in addition to rii,. officers of the association.
; Business transacted included the passing of .1 resolutlqn that an] player
who signed on with any team would
b.ue  to eom,   before  the  exeCUtlVi
fore iving allowed to piny, this step
j being taken to   ensure .a balance between 'be different tefi__s, a voti  o(
1 thanks was passed   to Jackson   and
: Morrison for a gift   of tickets.    Sid
Malcolmson, president of the aSBOCla-
tion. announced that medals would be
given the players whose club finished
in   the head of the league.
See the tea set. Crystal theatre. For
an admission ticket it may be yours. *
Springtime Sewing
'. Yes, but to do it right, have a Stand-
ard Sewing Machine. See' our new
arrivals and the carpets this machine
will sew. Drophead with all attachments. WE MAKE AWNINGS TO
WORK  RIGHT.
_!���____
For table decoration? ani wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, IS4. ������
On account of Other engagments,
tho meeting of the May Day committee set for tomorrow night has been
adjourned till next Tuesday at %
o'clock.
Bargain prices prevail at Fales' big
flirniture store, corner Agnes and McKenzie streets. **
Five-room house iu Sapperton, rented for fV2 per month. For sale or
wil; exchange equity ($000) for city
lots. Apply Owner, Box B39,New
Westminster.
As soon as the track on the Eburne
line is sufficiently! ballasted the embankments will be strengthened by
dumping material on the sides, and
ballasting will be commenced from
ihe Bburne end.*
Miss Grant and Mr. Hamilton in
duet numbers, captivate the audience.
Sons of Scotland concert, Opera
House, April 7th. "��� I
The funeral took place yesterday of
Mabel Eileen Moore, who died nt the
age of two years on Saturday. The
interment took place at the Church of
England cemetery, Rev. d. Dunlop officiating. W. E. Fales was In charge
of the funeral arrangements.
Prices for the afternoon at the roller
rink ar_ now reduced to 10c admission,
13c for skates. ���*
Applications for information With
reference to the Wetsmln-ter city and
Now
W. ��. FALES
The furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library
PHONE  176,  NIGHT  CALL 81.
Phone 97==
When        w nt   GRQCE RI��S
B. C. cream, large can _ fur 23.
St. Charles cream. large can. " fOr2Bc
Jersey cream, large can. _ for    . .  2_c
Mllk  (Blue Ribbon i,  per can    10c
Assorted .lams, regular P"
50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.   I.   POTA
TOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Adams & Deans
In.
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO  PARK   LAWN  ORAM
SULPHUR
CURTIS'
Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' As.ur.nc* Company, London, England,
is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its pn mpt and liberal settlements, a* the
following letter will show:
A. W. McLKOD, March   II,  1
Agent Railway Passengers Assaru �� Co.,
City. |��
Dear Sir���I beg to acknowledge receipt of check in full payment
of my claim for accident which occurred to me in January last whue
playing hockey at Burnaby lake.
A11 hough my claim was only put forward a few toys ago, I have
already received a settlement, and thank tbe prompt m
in which It has been dealt with.
(Signed) .. RBlCNFN'liACli.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against .cei
dents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey o.-
other hazardous undertaking let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE     ..      3,000.000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER
30,000,000
drug store   II ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for Spectacles from  50
Cent* up.
INSURANCE BROKER,
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY   JEWS.
TU"DAY, MARCH
WHE5 YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is ths beet value, because It ts pure, nutritious sad very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
���Eft
l��_��3Eaf__2_.
Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse Sticks 35c up
Ease Calls 'Oc up
G'eves ane1 "Uta 40c up
Bats 20c  up
Masks,   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia  Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
1
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
'S 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (6
acrcsi, of subdivision 1- of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 536, Xew Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2720F, issued in
the name- of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city of Xew Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, Xew Westminster, B. C, March 22. 1900.
INDIANS ON WARPATH
RETREAT BEfOBE MILITIA
KOREANS ARE PILLAGING
IN PROVINCE OE YANAJYU
44+4+++++++++**+*****++++++++++++^
Northern  Crown
HEAD   OFFICE.   WINNIPEG
**+++44
Bank
Organized    Troops   Making     Effort to j Seven     Hundred     Insurgents     on the
Engage   Red   Men   in   Battle Be- Warpath���Government   Funds
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL	
fore They Reach Stronghold.
$6.0_o,oo0
.2 200,000
Seized.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
1
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY GOAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers *. Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.   OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes   Streets.
3 Hours: Morning. 10 *.o 12; afternoon
.2:30 to a; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 io 12, school children under 12
will le furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lots IS
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued in
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christine
Schou, has been filed in this office.
Xotice is hereby given that I shall,
iat the expiration of one month from
I the date of the first publication he__-
I of, in a dally newspaper published in
I the city of Xew Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in   the   meantime   valid  objection   be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
La ml   Registry   Offlce,   Xew   Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
Oklahoma City, Okla., March 29.���
One hundred Creek Indians, half-
breeds and negroes, under the personal command of Chief Crazy Snake,
���kept up their march on the warpath ��� weather,
early today, but were failing- utterly | |,;lV(. been raided
to spread abroad the terror amons
the people at large that like events in
earlier days caused. Rather, they
are retreating before five companies
of determined Oklahoma militiamen
in an effort to reach a stronghold in
Tiger mountains before making a final stand against the troops.
The mllltlament ordered by Governor Haskell as a re��alt of the uprising that came after a clash at the
home of Crazy Snake, in which Mat-
shall Baum and Deputy Sheriff Odell
were killed, were camped for the night
at Hickory Hills, the camp which had
been hastily evacuated iby Crazy Snake
at their appearance. At break ot :
day they moved forward to give bat- !
tie to the redskins.
Meanwhile the chief, through    the*,
agency of  his  sleepless    scouts,  had
been watching every movement    and
he   led   his   forces   away    apparently j
not daring, or at 'east not caring, to
fight the white foes In the open,   'tne j
militiamen at this   juncture    pushed i
forward   at   double   quick.     The     Indians were 10 miles awn\  from tlu'in.
Tbey   wer.-    determined    that    they
should not be allowed to choose    the
battle ground and thus gain un advantage.
The troops outnumbered the Indians three to one and the officers
^knew that could the opposing forces
meet in the open there could only be
one outcome���the Indians would have
to surrender or be killed. Once the
redskins gained the shelter of the
hills though, the result would not be
so sure.
Seoul, Marcli 29.���it appears from
reports received from the interior that
tlie activity of the insurgents is increasing with the coming of warm
Residences of magistrates
and governmenl
funds seized. It is reported that 700
insurgents have overrun Yaiiiijyu province and are murdering and pillaging
on all side.-*.
That the insurgents are receiving
:i.d and encouragement Prom outside
Korea, and that supplies and money
aro being received from America, Is
believed here.
The military officers at the Japanese
residency-general are planning expeditions against  the insurgents.
A western institution, founded upon western capital
ern directorate, operating chiefly [n the west,
western  interests.      Interest    paid on deposits
an-! ."litnin
fl
9
9uidedbyaWi5, t
a west-
3 to prom-
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT
AT ALL BRANCHES
Manager, A.  F.  D.  LACE, Nev   Westminster.
+++++++++++++++++44+++4444+44+k
At MacKay's
THE STAGE
Marrying Mary.
The part of Mary Montgomery, Florence Gear's role  In    Edwin    Milton
Royle's musical play "Marrying Mary"
has   been  drawn   with   peculiar   boldness  of  line,  precision of touch  and
clearness of intention.   Marrying Mary
Montgomery,   thrice   married  and  di-
|vorced,.and  with  three  wOuld-be future husbands dangling ai  hei  heels,
i has   no  ordinary   -ituations   to   make
I much of, and no commonplace, of sentiment   and   diction   to   confound   her
striking personality and unique ideas
of life and its responsibilities.    Mary
.uontgomery is barbaric-ally unc.**ivon-
tlonal,  her mannerisms are those of
a petted woman of fashion, hi r tern-
NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by s. Weir imi
che��   .U*
{hr  '-' ���'   '��� ���'"'���^ of the Do.,,,
li ibel, by Parts  fi��'
The Message, by Louis Tracy
 ui
54-0,   or    Fight,   by .mo*
Hough ^
Cy   Whlttaker'B   Place, by L*
coin t|g
Get-Rlch-Quick  Walllngtord, ^
Chester Mj
Life of Ian Mivi-iren, by Hi
Xicholl    ��
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NOTICE.
Tale notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chi.: Commissioner   of   Lands  and   Works"   tor     a
FOR THE LIAR OF
THE   WILY   WOLF
Montreal, March 29.���Rer. Dr. Long,
author of a series of American nature books, is here today ou his way
io Algonquin Park, where he wi 1, for
the next fortnight or three weeks,
make a study of the wolf in his liar
with a view of devising measures fo.'
| his exir rmination.
; Dr. Long will present a reporl on
the subject to the Ontario Govern
ment and to the Grand Trunk, by
whom h,. has been commissioned to
take up the   tudy.   'l'he wolves In the
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notlcv that aii application has
bven made to register George Adams
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax   Sale   Deed   from   the Mayor and
nerament  that of an  exotic.    She  Is
as   Irr.sist.x'jle  as   she   is   dangerous,   Treasurer  of  the  City  of  .New West
capable of crumpling up an ordinary | minster, to    Oeorge   Adams,    bearing
suitor with a word or a glance. Florence Gear and a large singing company, in "Marrying Mary," will be
sefti at the opera housp on Wednes-
day.
BIG FIRE THREATENS
HAVANA WATERFRONT
Crystal Theatre!^
The latest and most up-to-date
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
Programme changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Afternoon matin-
��ea from 2 to 5. Evening performance commences at  7 p.m.
ADMISSION   10c.
CHILDREN   5c.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Prog ..in chai   . d Monday, Wednes-
I      i - ii cl .1 matinee foi
.    .,; |   hlldn ..  Baturdaya al 2:30
March 29 .
our ,..'iti.iini.ii' ��� wl'l .��� ��� ..i "'���:'""1
sharp Each ��� ei formance runs om
hour mi i 30 minutes. Nothing but the
latest moving picture nnd Illustrated
��� nigs wlll be mi ��� xhl Ition ;.t the Bdl-
s in theatre. Music wlll be furnlstoed
by the New Westminster orchestra.
Don . fall to hear and -. e them.
Don't fail to see the world chain
pionship baseball series Wednesday
and  Thursday.
Admission. 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
great park have increased so rapidly
twenty-one year grazing lease on thej ,|,at tbey are seriously
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore of
Zayas island, Port Simpson district
about a mile south of the mouth ot
ake creek, thence west across the
island to the shore, thence following
the shore north.rly, easterly and
southerly to thn point of commencement.
Xo. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Sim;.s.m district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of Xo. 1 lease,
thence west acrotfa the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
south, rly, easterly and northelyl
around to the point of commencement
C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 1909
diminishing \
the supply of deer and other kinds of I
Wild   life,   including   tlios.-   interesting
little engineers, the beaver.
!    The   wolf   treats  the   ordinary   rifle,
exo.-pt in exceptional bircumstances
with contempt, but Dr. Long thinks
be has a specific ihat will prove effectual. He will nol divulge its nature, however, until his return from
the wood-.
PUBLISHER   PREDICTS TAME
HUNTING FOR ROOSEVELT i
	
Havana, March :.".'.- Fir.��� r 1 tiit hrok..
out o the Havana docks shortly after
noon today had made such headway
by i o'clock thai grave fears are felt
for the shipping in port. The tlame-
ure spreading rapidly and driven onward by n heavy southerly gale that
threatens to Bweep the entire water-
f out of the city.
UNITED  STATES BARS
IMPORTS  OF   OPIUM.
Washington, March 29.���After April
1 nejtt, neither opium nor any mixture
or compound containing or repre ent-
ing opium In anj form can legally be '
brought into the l'nited Stales or any Lp uny c;aim t0 or ln y^p^t of th
of its outlying posessions except for H,lid lan(]i --,,, } sh;il, register Georg.
strlctly   medicinal   purposes
date the 2-th day of Septemb- i, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying _nd being iu the City of
Xew Westminster, in the Provinc. ot
British Columbia, more particular.y
known and described as Subdivisions
la and 16 of Lot S, Suburban Block
11.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all ,.ersons claiming
any Interest in th.- said bind by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any Int.:. st In
the said land by descent, whos�� title
Is not registered tinner the provisions
of the Lund Registry Act. are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this notice upon you. and In default of a ca-
veal ur certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or In default
of redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
estopped   and     debarred  from  setting
Columbia, this  16th day ol
A. I).. 1909.
C   S KEITH,
District Re
To    Thomas     William   Md
Charles W. Wise. Caroline A.
The Arrow Pre
MRS.   E.   M.   DOMINY,
desires to thank her many cuw
for their patronage uud bopesl
same will be continued. onNl
tention is paid to nil or. ���_ !��t|
printing and handbi..., tickets, |
mos, letterheads, etc., are tusfl
at the short..st notice .md in'Hi
style. Phon.- your order il !��i|
not  call. PH-..E B466.
The Arrow Pi
FRONT  STREET
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Stow
CHOICEST  WINES, BRANOIlj
ALES AND STOUT.
m
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
I HUIT'
PACIFIC     ^
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter  Holidays
in connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold at one single
fare and one-third.     Tickets on sale
April 8tb ;o l-th Inclusive.   Good to
return up to and Including April L3th.
School   pupils   and   teachers   will   be
given tickets from April 1st to 21st.
ED. QO-LET,
.gent, Xew Westminster.
or C. !'. POSTER,
Assl   Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Xew Vork. March 29.���In the opinion of Dana Estes, the Boston pub-
lisle r. who arrived here today, after
a journej of 25,000 miles In Europe,
Asia am! Africa, former President
Ho..-, v. it will flnd hunting  big game
! in i-liisi Africa "like shootli      .iws In
ch yard."
'The antelopes nnd animal   of thai
kind are bo tame," he ���-'aid,    bat 1 hej
grazi   .: ong  the  railroad  11 n k,  and
1 Bcarcelj look up as the train goes toy.
i saw thousands of zebra antelopes,
ogti Iche i, etc. They were n thin a
few hundred yards of the train, and
n...m of them never even so much n'
j lifted their heads iis it  went by."
Mr, Estes visited Uganda, Hli trav-
. Is In Africa took him inland as far
.is Victoria falls, on the upper Zambesi.
This carries Into effect a law pass...!
at the las. session of congress embodying this restriction and the secre.
tary of the treasury today Issued regulations in which it Is Indicated that
the term "opium" shall cover all or
its forms.
Adams as owner thereof in fe*.
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days In
a daily newspaper published in New
Westminster will be good and sufficient service  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Xew Westminster, province of British
Phon.- 8.
FAMILY  TRADE A 8PECWJ
P. 0.
FRONT ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
ERTISEl
IT   PAYS  TO ADV
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Empress  of Britain       March  26
Empress  of   Ireland       April   9
Empress of Britain       April  23
When sending for friends ln the old
country by buying   tickets   at    this
Offil B you will sav.   money and pn Vi ni
delay.
Call for particulars
ED. OOULET
; Bl
A  FEW LEFT
Good Russet Apples
Splendid Cooker?
$1.50 Per Box
Moody Park Store
Corner 10th   St. and 6th  Ave.
ARAB PIRATES STOP
BRITISH   ON  TIGRIS
Constantinople, March 29. Attacks
b> Arabs on rteamera plying the Tigris have been so persistent that the
liritish line has be.-n compelled to
suspend services.
A government steamer on Friday
wns riddInd with bullets, several P&S-
vi;.. ,i being killed or wounded.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IX���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home P i
OPERA    HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
March :!1.���Marrying Mary.
\pril   I'..���Williams'  Jubilee   Singers.
April  7.���Imperial  _COtch  Concert,
i lompany.
April 9.��� Vanoouver   Orpheus Male
Choir.
April 17.���Harry Beresford.
May 7.���Olngwbread Man
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Compan
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westmi"sterj
PHONE 101.
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Qoodwlu J^*'*"*���"
TTIE  DAILY  NEWS,
PAGE SBVKi..
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IS DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
Pii-lii; Meeting Approves
Keporl of .pecial .ommittee
[Continu   !  tnjia Pa
Oue.
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
[superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to (ind them out as quickly as possible, because we
Knowforan absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
(never Use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has alwavs been our
lexperier.ce, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster. "
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
IflOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
Lpon vou. They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
���the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and thev will give you
borne idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
the flour you should use.    It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impres-
on,  Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for lhe "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
fhev will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
cBwa^xHa-Xv'^jczr���,
US-E .h^*aiiCJ>_Ca_' i
Advertising and Circulation
he Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos
pSTANDARD of Empirk, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
K Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver    50c per month, S5 per year
BbSunday News-Advertiser,      "         50c for 3 mos.,|$1.50 a year
subscriptions and A'Iv;;rtisen..nts solicited for the above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
��� 0. Box 29 New Westminster Phone_A22
chair for tier play, Mr. Trapp contln-
| ued to polnl out what the power company had through the B. C. Electric
| Railway done for the provincial exhibition, wini. they should insist on
| securing the purity of the water, the
j citizens wanted to be a littlo cautious
| in the way in which they should go
! about lt.
It. G. Patti v.in seconded.
Cutting Off Supply.
J. A. Lee said he could not vote
for the amendment for several reasons
tnougb be wished he was in that position, the result of the reports and
their Investlgatiop presented them
from recommending to the citizens the I
desirability of 1.ulding the dam. The ;
quality of the water was of the'first
consideration and they had been anxious to have that matt ���._��� s< tl > I. i ae
I committee went so far ai to ask the
engineer ii It wa^ possible for the
city to gram permission without affecting the water supply, and was told
"No... If the resolution waa adopted th. re would never be any fui th r
water available lrom the lake save by
permission of the Vancouv. i Power
Company,
An Old  Mistake.
J. S Bryson made a very good
speech in dealing with the proposal.
Ho dealt with the position of the
City ('..unci: in 1901. and claimed that
the initial mistake was mad" when
that council under the then mayor,
J. G. Scott, passed a resolution con-
sentim. to the acquisition of certain
lands by the Power Company, thereby
enabling th un to get a foothold at
Coquitlam like. in discussing the
detail.- of the proposed dan; part c i ar-
ly th.- nature of the foundations available for the dam, he showed that he
hai taken considerable cure to make
himself acquainted with conditions
around the lake. According to Mr.
Marshall, of Coquitlam, the valley of
the Coquitlam river was an old canyon, and if a substantial dam waa
CCfnstructed, there would be still leak,
age underneath as there was in the
existing dam owing to the material
encountered.
Mr. .Jones wished the m-.-tiug to
understand that only some f>0 inches
of th- record was iin use. and he
thought a wrong impression had been
conveyed to the meeting.
Total Supply.
Iu answer to J- J- Jones, Mr. Lee
--Bill the purchase of the water right
from the Coquitlam Lake Waterworks
Company gave an unlimited supply
and there was
i reserve of 1000 inches for power and other purposes.
Replying to C. Feeney.    Mr. Bryson
Chipman had examined the
city  reservoirs and  read  his satisfac-
and Alderman Jardine moved and A.d.
Garrett seconded the one which was
unanimously adopted that the reporl
... received and filed, and the .-ubject
matter be referred to the special
committee to act upon as they think
fit In the interests of the city.
Mayor Keary remarked that when
the provincial government gave its
decision it would safeguard the purity
of the water. For hla part he did not
believe that raising the level of the
water would injure    its  purity.      He
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
Oistrict of Surrey.
Take notice, that Henry T. thrift
intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land;
Commencing at a post planted wlierp
the southerly boundary of lot i>U6,
group two (2), Xew Westminster district Intersects    the    quarier   section
line, prolonged, running north and
felt that the power company was just I south through section two (2), town-
as much Interested in the waters pur- | ship one (1); thence south 100 rods,
ity, because it would affect them indirectly.
With the Intlmatiqn that the council
committee would attend the executive
meeting on Wednesday the matter
closed.
TWENTY PERSONS PERISH
j thence east 160 rods; thence north to
| a point 200 feet south of the before
j mentioned southerly boundary of lot
'5.5, group two (2); thence easterly
; parallel to the said southerly boundary of lot 505, group two (2), to a
I point G2 rods north of the 4!nh parallel of north latitude; thence west to
i low water mark and ti2 rods distant
j from the said 49th parallel of north
PEN LITTLE SLOOP IS l��Wta^^r_-K
 boundary of lot 505, group two  (-1
Intersects  the before  mentioned   I9tli
N.-w  Orleans,    La.,    March    29.��� parallel of north latitude; then follow
Twenty persons perished when tb''| ing th" said southerly boundary of lot
Bloop Kearsage waa lost on the night :__������*, group two (2), to the point of
ni Marcli 13 between Monterey Point j commencement, containing by estl ia
and Greyton, Nicaragua, according to ; tion two    uundred    and    forty acres
a despatch from Hluefields. The captain, cook, two sailors and five passengers! succeeded in reaching shore.
The Kearsage was a vessel of about
25 tons. She had a cargo of cocoa-
nuts and fifteen passengers, bound for
Bocas Del Toro, Colon and Jamaica.
MAY POLE DANCE IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
more or leas.
Dated  at  White  Rock.  B.   O,
22nd day of February, 1909.
HENRY T. THBtF
this
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
North Vancouver, March 29.���May
D_t will be celebrated in this city in
the good old-fashioned style this year.
An effort will be made to Interest
every boy and girl in the schools; and
the best singers wlll be picked out
to take part in a special cantata. A
maypole will be erected in some public place and a queen chosen to pre-
Take notice that the undersigned
intends to apply to tne hon. the commissioner of lands for permission to
lease the undermentioned lands In
New Westminster district:
��_ommencing at a point where the
section line (prolonged) runn n
and west between sections seven (7)
and eighteen (18), Intersects the westerly boundary of lot 505, group two
(2), New Westminster district; thence
westerly 100 feet, thence southerly and
thoroughly advertised there should
be an immense crowd to witness the
event.
MOVING  PICTURES AS
MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION
i��' I for municipal purposes
I
>J i said  Mr
n\\
j��| ! tory  report of same
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New York. March 29.���As,a means
of identification among aliens who
come to this country, Fourth Deputy
Polce Commisisoner Woods sugge.ses
that the federal authorities take moving pictures of every immigrant admitted to this port, mmigratlon Commissioner Watchorn has the atter under advseent.
side over the gathering.
Provided that the special nature of j easU'rl. Paralle-  to ulc "esterly ��*g
.the attractions offered on May 1 are   southerly   boundary   of   the   said   tot
505 to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnorugh section
eight (8), township one (1), New
Westminster district; thepce south
15{) feet, thence easterly parallel with
the said southerly boundary of the
said lot 505 to a point immediately
south of the point wnere the centre
line (prolonged).YUnning east or west
through section ten (10), intersects
high-water mark; thence north along
the westerly boundary of said lot 505
to the point where said centre line of
section ten (10) intersects high-water
mark; thence westerly and northerly
along the southerly and westerly
boundary line of said lot 505 to the
point of beginning, containing by estimation 60 acres more or less.
Dater at White Rock, B. C, February 23. 1909. E. W. LEESON.
HENRT T  THRIFT, Agent.
itiian Pacific Railway Co.
jMtlih Colum.t. coast Une
������rvice.
TIME TABLE
Kouver
VICTORIA
ROUTE.
SEATTLE
I    1
(Ver
Hai
i-a.. 1
13.
Opintjyj j_nuary
'rincen Victoria leaves Van-
0 !'��� m., going direct to Se-
il  Monday.
'''*���"'���' I loyal leaves Vancou-
*' a. in. for Ticoria dally, ��.
"tdu.-sday.
i1**** Charlotte leave. Van-
* ���" 1 p,
Ii:
'! Uly for Victoria.
^'NSTER-ViOTORIA
''*������ Trader w
We.t__i_g.e
*Tes Ne
ROUTE
leave Victoria for
every Tuesday,
B.  C. COAST  MAIL SERVICE.
SS. Queen City or SS. Amur leave
Vancouver March 16th, April 2d.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
March 23d, April 3d.
OP RIVER-
Oeavop���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday sad Friday at I am.
From Chilliwack Tnesday, Thursday,
end Saturday at 7 am.
For   reservation*   and   miormaOon
���all or address
ED. OOULET.
Agent. New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
.est. Oen. Pass   Agenl   * ...emivw
J. W. TROUl
Oen.n.1 8ii(ier4i.l��nd��iit.   v��� ;,,ri-
Railway Time Tables
B.
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave Ne"*' Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car- leave Vnncouver for New Westminster at S:00 and 9:00 a. in, and la
Mr. Glover Speaks.
F. R. Glover was permitted to address the meeting, and set a number
of matters at rent. He explained it
was due to the enormous progress of
the district that the Vancouver Power
Company had had to come forward
with this proposal, not wishing to
throw away a plant of two million dollars already invested around the two
lakes. It was necessary, he contended, for the company to own the
lands referred to. A great deal had
been said on the matter which was
unnecessary since It first came up.
The company had no desire to inflict
any hardships 011 the city of Westminister, .'out would do everything to
safeguard the supply, and had promised to carry out what the engineers
required. The objcorion. raised were
nol specific, no good reason against
the dam were urged. The water acts
would enable the domestic supply at
times to override all calls for ]iow-
The DainlyTea & Lunch Rooms
MISS   REID, PROP.
Warm   Lunch  from   12 to  2.
Afternoon tea a^specialty. Home-made
Bread, Cake.J_ea- Ice cream In sea-
son.
Upstairs, above The Fair.
DUPONT    BLOCK.    COLUMBIA   ST.
Open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday to 9 p.m.
C
OOKSLEY'S
p.m.   1st,   10t_
w Westminster on Wed-
WEsT COAST  ROUTE,
S8  Tees
z yictori&"
���om- 0-_WCb *10,>lh for Clayoquot,
T'mi *** P��*.| loti
'"J* tor Q__Ulno aud  way
.     u[ each month for AJ.ou.et,
' ut���� Scut and wav porti(
VANC0^R-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
I, 8. S-Joan
Sunday.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the stealer
Transfer will leave Bradtman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for L_
Westliam Island and way ports
urday at 2 p.m.. returning
Westminster Saturday
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Island
morning
every half hour thereafter until
11:,10 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Sat-
to NeW
wnliiR.
Returning,
co'iver 1! p. nj. dally, ex- ev"er>r wepk day
day, at 7a.m., and  Ladner
-������aves Nanaimo at 7
[Iv^^A ROUTE.
��i.h.(h ," y   leavt's    Vancouver
"' lstl), .Sth
_*KlMB      """ v���">""
'(-So      It
tvives West lm in
xcept ������"-
7.IS ��m-
Bland �� a.m-
Vancouver
Friday leave. Westham
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional    trip   Monday
leaving New Westminster nt ���'
This schedulo   BUbject   to cnani
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratei
ROBERT JABD1HK
MB_a_rr-
morning,
n.iu-
Great  Northern Railway.
N.W. 9:15 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
N.W. 4:36 p.m.; ar. Seattlo 10 p.m
l,T
Lv,
Lv
a.m.
LV.Seattle8:10 a.m.;
Lv. Seattle 4:25  p.m.;
p.m.
Lv*. Seattle 11:"0 p.m
am.
\W. l-:'n H-Xn.; ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N.W. 3 p.m.
ar.  N.W. 9:55
ar. N.W. 6:2'��
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
clty. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m.. arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon nt 1 p.m. OB
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
f,;30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
er purposes.
After a Ittle dispute as1 to the
>imount of land to ibe submerged lf
the wati r was raised, the amounts
varying from 150 to 686 acres, the latter not including some land at the
north end of the lake, the dlvlsloi
was taken. For Mr. Trnpp's amendment 42 voted, with 70 against. The
original resolution was then put and
carried by this majority, and the
meeting terminated. About 30 present refrained from voting.
Deputation to  Council.
The chairman and secretary of the
meeting subsequently waited as a deputation on the City Council and presented the report, which was read by
the  clerk, W. A. Duncan.
Aid. Garrett moved thai the report
be adopted and referred to the committee from the council for considera-
tion.
Aid. Johnston ieconded, suggesting
that the subject matter of the report
should be given consideration by the
memi'iers of the committee.
Aid. Henley said the council inii-i
come to a decision al once, ns the
meeting took place on Wednesday at
Victoria
Tho motion, bowevi r, wa. not put,
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT. 1908
WARNINC TO PURCHASERS.
Every as !. amvn  of the right of _
South  African   Voluteer entitled to  A
land  grant  must    be  by   way  of  up
polntment of a substitute and must be |
in the form provide i by the Act.
Special attention is nailed io Sub j
section 3 ol Section 5 of the Volunteei
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides .aal
���io asslgnmeui ol the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of the Iatcrior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant Issued by tlie Minister of MllltU
and Defence? in favor of the volunteer
J. W. OREKNWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR," Columbia Street.
Fraser River Service
Sir. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SATURDAY.
at S a.m., calling nt following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Sllverdale, Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,   Hatzic
Dowdney, NIcomen Island, Sumas an,j
Chilliwack.    Returning  leaves  Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday-, and Sunday  at 7  a.m.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation.   LoWc.-t Freight rates.
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO., LtJ
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tomato,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim���� Tables, etc.. addree.
GEO. W. VA.X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicatro. 111.
60   YEAK.
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
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inl, ki�� uetrtaU our opinio- freo wlieih*r an
Ss 2& h_9��SS��.
s^cmnotics, without ohuye, totfie
Scientific flmcrican.
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PAGF EIGHT.
THE  DAILP  NEWS.
TUESDAY, ma
A TREMENDOUS:
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I
THESE  SUNNY   DAYS AND
SPLENDID SPECIMENS        !
OF SILVERSMITH'S AKI
A  SET  OF
���
.���
| Gilray
Curtain
Stretchers
Tiffany's      Famous    "Century*'    Vase.
Worth a Small  Fortune, Will
Be At A, Y. P.
w
+    are     necessary   to     make   your
:   curtains  look  like  new.
We  have two  kinds and will
*    be pleased to have you call and
X    inspect them.
THE
Anderson &
Lusby
Columbia Street
++++++++++++++4
Public Supply Store
i
is simply selling out | The Pearson Electric Co.
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
(Success's :o T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
| Dealers in Electrical Machin-
If you want any- j ery, Fixtures and Supplies
Illing    111    iniS   line, J wiring .and House Famishing, Armani* even if you don't,
yOU will certainly
profll by buying
frorii us.   We will]
save you money, on
ture   wiring   and   Motor   Repairing  a
Specialty.    Phone 231. P. P. Box 928.
Pianos
XT
Organs
Exhibits of the finest specimens oi
the silversmith's    art  und    Tiffanj -
fragile glass wl. be on display a; tip.,
Alaska-Yukon-Paclflo    Exposition    a;
Seattle   this   summer.     None   of   the
exhibits,   representing  an  expenditure, .
of more than $225,000, will be on sale j
anil   the  display wlll  he  one  of  the ���
features of the fnir.
The exhibit of silver has been loan-:
ed by the Gorham Manufacturing com-
pany, and consists of nine pieces, each I
worth   a   small   fortune,   the  leading'
one being the celebrated Century vase !
manufactured   for   an   exhi .it   at   the
Columbian exposition, and never sine,..
exhibited.
This vase illustrate, in h_ design
the progress of a century on rhe
American continent, starting from
early Indian days and carry Inc, the
idea through the transitions of war
and peace, development and progress
to civilization and prosperity which
marked the dosing decade of the last
oenttyf. This va��_ is four feet two
inches high and five feet four inches
across the base, is made of solid silver and weighs 2,000 ounces. The
value of the vase ls not determined,
as the vase is not for sale, but ii i1
insured for $35,000. Four smaller
vases accompany th,   century vase.
Two other pieces in the , xliiiiir are
a bub's desk and chair of solid silv. -.
of ornate workmanship, easily worth
$25,000. The silver exhibit of -.he
Gorham Manufacturing company a: the
exposition totals $150,000 in value,
The Tiffany fragile exhibit Is famous and has been much exhibited
abroad in recent year-.. The glass Is
regarded as the highest development
of the glassblower's art, excelling in'
richness of coloring. The Tiffany f-x- r
hlbit ig valued at $75,000, - -.���**
our reduced prices.! Talking Machines
������������__���* i (Victor and  Edison.
1
AERONAUT FRACTURES  SPINE        l
DURING PARACHUTE JUMP .
  (a
-
j AND ALL THE LATEST RECORDS
I ...
These households-j %���!^fe?
cessaries will never *** the latest sheet mus.c
be bought cheaper iWe h
ave   them   all   at   prices to suit
everyone.
orbferan^hereiJ.H.�� Big Music flo��K
than at the Columbia street.
LO. Angeles, March ii..--E. R. t-'V
ifed, an aeronaut at Chutes park, suf- ,
fered a fracture of the spine today a.. ,
the result .t failing fifty feet after he ���
had made a balloon ascension.    Leor- :
ffed reached a height of   about vW0
feet, from Which he, made a parachute
jump.     Everything   was   going well
until he was within fifty feet of the
earth, when  his  parachute    stmck  a.
.rossarm on a telephone pole, and lie '<
was thrown   from his    seat.     He Is
Btill alive, but in a critical condition.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
New and Stylish
Designs in
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   .OR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New  Westminster
Ladies'
Blouses
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wafer.,
Family trade a ipecialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Three Die in Wreck.
Winnipeg,  Man., March  29.���Three |
men were killed last night in a trail. '
{wreck  west, of Brandon,  Man.,  100
j miles west    of here.      The    regular,'
I coast   limited   train   oi   the  Canadian..
j Pacific  westbound,  w%-_    four  miles
out of Brandon, took the wrong track
I /it a point near Kcninay, on which fras
a freight eustbound.     The engihemfca^.
brakeman and fireman of the &&*����_-
ger train  were killed.
Sons of Scotland Cxrn'cert.
Sons of Scotland will give a grand!
concert in the Opera Mouse on Wednesday,    7th  April.      The    Imperial i
Scotch Concert Company has been < n- ���
gaged for this occasion.     This com
pany   consists of   Mi-s   Rubj  Seattl j
Grant, Scottish  prima    donna;  J. M.
Hamilton, ihe well known tenor; Fred,
Barclay, a fetching comedian and Miss
A. McKay, an accomplished pianist.
The success which has attended the
11our of this company i i phenomenal.
! In  New  York City they played  to an j
j audience of over 8000 persons, while
in Toronto the large Masey, hall was
filled for two nights and crowds were
turned away.    In order to prevent dis- I
appointment the committee in charge [
have issued advance tickets exchange*
able at Ryall's Drug Store.     The -box
plan will  open on Saturday morning.
Advance tickets may be had at Messrs. j
Barclay and  Adams, and members of ;
thi  committee, ** i
PRICES FROM
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I That  Fiia  #___���_<_
$1.25tO$71 That Fire Gong
/.  NUMBER  OF   SLIGHTLY   SOILED
l ELOUSES   FROM   50c   UP.
A. J. BIRTCI-I
������THE  WHITE  HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
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Means something���it means that s me body is suffering what you may
suffer any day���loss of property _y fire_      These losses are unavoid-
r.blo, but where protection is ampla the loss may not be felt.
Can you afford to carry your own  loss?      Few can.      See  us today
% and talk the matter over.
} viMira p. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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New Westminster, B. C,
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Important Announcement
REGARDING OUR
Ready-to-Wear
Section
Watch for our Daily Announcements
and Window Displays.
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VVE ARE LEAVING NO STONES UNTURNED IN OUR EFFORTS TO
WARDS MAKING OUR READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT THE FASHION
CENTRE OF NEW WESTMINSTER. WE BUY ONLY GOODS OF RL
LIABLE QUALITY���WE ARE CAREFUL IN THE SELECTION OF AP
PROVED STYLES FROM MANUFACTURERS WHO CANNOT AFFORD
TO LET THEIR REPUTATIONS SUFFER BY TURNING OUT INFERIOR
ARTICLES. ANOTHER MPORTANT FEATURE IS THE FACT THAT
WE   HAVE  NOW  IN  CHARGE   OF  THIS DEPARTMENT
MISS BUCKLEY
WHO HAS JUST ARRIVED FROM THE      EAST    TO     A&SUMt      FULL
CHARGE. /
WE EXTEND AN INVITATION TO EVERY LADY OF NEW WESTMIN
STER TO VISIT THIS DEPARTMENT AT ANY TIME WHEN DESIROUS
OF ASCERTAINING THE CORRECT "MODES AND THE PROCURING OF
THE   HIGHEST   GRADE   OF   READY TO WEAR GARMENTS.
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Watch for our Daily Announcements
and Window Displays.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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