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EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIEE
ASSURAJ.     '
WHITE, SHIL_*    *< CO.
260 Columbia St.    P, '**.
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(l|J,Hi: ,. NUMBER 00.
MOW WESTMINSTER, B. C SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH IS, 1909.
*>_
ff CHOSEN FOR     SHINGLE Mill SITE
WESTSIDE SCHOOL i    BOUGHT FROM Cii
I
Arranging For Op- W. Beach  Purchases Nine
ng   Shortly-  Tenders i    Lots on Lulu Island Fac-
l      aboratory Tables.   $\    ing North Arm.
ol    the   school
eld lasi  evening, all the
 rd being present,
,      of     the     Westside
C mileld, wnii.   asking
,  ool to be named, and
, arranged In  connection
ai  mi early date
,i,,  led on  the name
,   vi,ieh   it   will  be
Tli    grounds  wlll   also  be
Die   opening cere-
Laboratory  Desks.
;:;.   ;      -ri'l-'lllri      Well'
,   ,.   with refei i in e
{. ���..,   sell "'1     i'".   to   r.-
.. ere received trom lo-
; orj   tallies in  the
In view of the practical
��� i to be taught, bui they
ulfl]   the   iiei'essities   of   the
t and the board resolved to send
lor them.
Teacher Resigns.
\c resignation of St. John Mlid-
thi  r vi.    al  the High Schoo.l
recently appointed 'o take
\fi, of the new class  there, was
I, and accepted, to become ef-
���i,. gt ihe .nd of the moath.
le secretary wil take steps with
l<-n... to .i successor, and report
Be boar-I.
School   Estimates,
chairman and vice-chairman re-
that  they  hud   met   the  coin-
from  ihe   City   Council   with
k to the  sehool   estimates, and
Id v   vi rt an impression con-
in an evening paper that they
compelled   io  eni  them  down.
���tKussIon    was    of a  friendly
KWr. and i: wns   expected ar-
|metits would he mail., shortly for
wage ol ihe estimates through
lit!- ..f the  Council.
A new shingle mil) Will shortly be
��� rected on Lulu Island I * George W.
Beach and associates Mr, Reach has
a mill on the outskirl . - -. atl e, and
another In the vicinitj ol thai city.
The opportunity of ta Ishlng a
business of this kind In i. Ith h Colum-
hiu appealed t.i him si : ' has been
in the city during the lai I fi w days
making arrangements, the outcome of
which is thai be has pun based lots 6,
7, 8, 9, 17 21, 22, 23 and 29 on Lulu
island rrom the city for the sum of
$711.". palyng a deposit. This is at
the rate of about $!*���".��� acre, the
transaction being appro*. .1 by the
City Council las: evening subject to
a clause in the agreement thai work
shall he started within six months, as
a mill.
Ii is stated Mr. Beach's intention is
to aci|!iiiv adjoining property later,
when the mill is in operation.
SHORT SITING LAST NIGHT
Attorney General Bowser Forced to Abandon Coarse   Attempt to Permit Partizan Manipulation of Voters
Lists    Opposition Wins Important  Point
Lieut.-Gov. Dunsmuir Assents
To   Bills   Passed.
FIVE CE.NTS l'L.'<*.   "Y
DEBENTURE ISSUE       LEVEL CROSSINGS   ?
Will BE ESSENTIAL      TO BE PROTECTED
City Council Must Make Pro-Abolition of All Dangerous
vision For Improvements Places Will Cost Large
By By-Law. Sum of Money.
CHICAGO BUSINESS MEN
LAUNCH PEACE CONGRESS
Victoria, B. C, March 12.���The
house prorogued at twenty minutes
past nine o'clock this evening, after
His Honor Lieutenant Governor Dunsmuir had given his assent to the Dills
passed during the present session. A
majority of the mainland members
will   leave for their homes  tomorrow.
Association   of    Commerce    Plan   National   Convention for  Windy
City   Early in   May.
SEEK TROPHIES
Ml EXHIBITION PRIZES
��on Committee on   Poultry   Prize
p Decides to Ask Public Support for that Division.
Chicago, .March 12.���Plans for a nn.
���jonal peace congress :o be held in
Chicago May 3-5, have been launched
by the Chicago Association of Commerce. This conference will be
known as the aecona  national con-
|gr_sB. the first having been held in
New York in April, 1907.
The attendance at the sessions was
4O.0.0 and fully that number me expected hen-. Seniiiiieiit for international arbitration and universal peace
will be fostered and subj-cts to be submitted at the third Hague conference
in 1915, the year of the. expected opening of iho Panama Canal, wi 1 be considered.
DECIDE GEORGE MOT
WAS GREATER THAN SCOTT
lowing .,    utenient  made in the
iv. eks    ago    tn.it
���������'���������'   ��� i ivou .i be given at the
f        exhibition  of the  Royal
plturai  Society   in   poultry    and
fanciers . omes an appeal from
} committee for donations
���P-lea foi this class at the 1909
Ition
; tin    committee was i
1 -vhen the schedule of I
i  E, this class, wus
ft) ,  ���
i   in encourage  the
| toi i, :h,. commit-
'     .'Blue   Of   prizes
' '      ���'���    The membera    ai-
Iver cups promised.
���    ���   credited In
I    assistance   will
:   '     mimlttee  will  be glad
' ���    placed  in   Ita
exhibits    not
ried
���  Idi d,    and    tli ire
t W  \Vn kor .in | \v. Il.-a-
The negative won a ver, close debate at Columbian college yesterday
afternoon, on the subject "Resolved,
that Oeorge Eliot was a greater literary character than Sir Waiter Scott."
The speakers were, for the affirmative,
Harold Betts, Wray Barraclough, Miss
Hazel Kenny,- for the negative, Augustus Deverenux, George Whit-', Arthur
White. The winners wil; shortly be
banqueted nt the expense of the af-
Urinative.
Two basketball teams will represent
the college in the junior tournament
at Vancouver today and Monday. The
senior team will be: Forwards, N.
Kenny, C. Smith: centre, .1 Davids m;
guards, R. CHfford, K. Priest; sub.. A.
White. The second quintette will Include the fodowing players: J. Glfford,
Cool;, A. Berry, Maxwell and J. Mac-
Art hur.
a debate between the college nnd
the Men's chili of the Wesley church,
Vancouver, for March 19, has been
cancelled.
Victoria, it. c . March 12.���At this
afternoon's sitting of the house, the
Water bill went through committee
and was reported complete u iTTi"
amendments.
The iiriiish i .vim In Permanent
Loan bill, mid I lie Surgery hi 1 were
passed today.
The Mineral aci amendment bill
was passed in committee.
Victory  for Opposition.
When the Provincial Elections bill
cam.- up for discussion in committee,
Hon, \V. J. Bowser offered an amend-
ment to the objectionable clause
which had been the cause of the prolonged siitings, and which was intended to disfranchise as many voters
as possible whose political views did
not coincide with thoi.e of lhe Mc-
Bride-Bowser party. The attorney-
general's amendment was in the nature of a compromise, and provided
that no one should be struck off ih>-
voters' list unless he had been absent
from tho district in which he was registered for at least sfx months. The
clause, as first introduced, -would h:ivc
permitted die striking off of a large
number of men from the lists who
happened to be temporarily ah-en:
from their domicile, and was intended
to permit the Conservatives to maiii-
pulaie the voters' lists in order :o
gain an immense advantane over the
Liberals and Socialists, as the drawing up and revising of the lists would
he in  partizan hands.
Cheers from the  Opposition.
The capitulation    of   the attorney-
general   was  greeted   with vociferous
cheering from the opposition benches
'i he bill wa-. then ie;...i ted complete
iv.ih amendments
In committee, John Oliver moved
thai nl penalties provided bj the
(i.' ue Protection amendment bill be
:���'.3i i        l'he   hill   was   reported.
Mi Phillips'    Assignment  of Wages
bill was  reported, leave being given
the committee to sli  again.
Water   Bill   Passed.
The Water hi I was read a third
tin... adopted an I passed.
The Women's Franchise bill was
losi on iis second reading on ., division of the bouse.
The house adjourned al six o'clock
ni'i'tiiv again two hours lat. r, when
the final I usiness was rushed through
before prorogation.
Thursday Eventi,y*s Sitting.
McPhillips' Assignment   of   Wages
i bill came up tor discussion  In committee  and   was strongly opposed  by
i ihe Socialists.     The    bill  was post-
��� pon.-d.      Hawthornthwaite'a    bil]  for
[extending the    franchise    to women
'came up for second .reading and was
introduced .hy the member for Nanaimo in what may he termed an Impassioned speech.      The premier moved
(the adjournment of the debate promts-
[ing to afford another opportunity for
th..- discussion of this  measure.
Parker Williams then moved the
second reading of the Protection to
Workmen bill. The provincial sei re-
tary pointed out that the bill was In-
..lequato in thai it failed to provide
the machinery necessary for carrying
out its details. He stated that the
| government had every intention of
bringing iu next year a comprehensive
scheme dealing with this and kindred
I Subjects and on this assurance Mr.
Williams withdrew bis bill, Th- Mineral aci amendment bill came up for
report wh��n an amendment was proposed by the leader of the opposition,
which was accepted by the premier.
the report was adopted. The house
then went into committee on the
Water bill of which about 70 clauses
still remain  for consideration.
INCREASE MADE IN
BRITISH NAVAL FIGURES
Cabinet  Makes   Public   Its   Estimates.
Which  Are  Fixed at  Mammoth
Sum of $175,713,500.
SIAM CEDES ENGLAND
15,000 SQUARE MILES
By Treaty Signed Wednesday British Empire Gets
Kalantan and Tringan.
London,   March   12.���Fifteen   thou-
nam!  square  miles    of    territory  has
controversj Inside and outside of the|beeD .���,,,,,,, ,��� lh��� nrniiih emptn Dy
the treaty signed Wednesday fti Bangkok, Slam, under tbe terms of which
London. March 12.���The eagerly
awaited British naval estimates,
aimut which there has been so much
[net, were issue,! this evening,   a
compromise won the day for the
tlmates provide Tor a total  of $i
;i i,600, an Increase of $1 i.i''-".1"	
il,,, estimates of 1908-1909.
MICHIGAN SOLDIERS-
HOME   CATCHES   FIRE
May Force Bowser
To Resign From Cabinet
Claud Rapids, Mich., March 1-.
i|.j,,. Maried this afternoon in the Michigan Stale Soldiers' Home. Dear
Grand Rapids. Fire apparatus has
gone i" the home from Gran.I Rapids.
The lire is on the third floor. All of
,1,,, l inn inmates of the home are
gafely oui of the building.
f'"-   Ware.   |j
,",,i"1'  of   leglsla-
at ""n  \V   I   i>
"��� i  Bowser, attorney-
'""' con*mi8sioner of fisheries,
"K r.
-.11]
I diet
The rumor is, [| was almost a battle royal. High
words passed between the premier
and Mr. Bowser, it Is understood, and
even the lowly members of the govern-
mem party, anil not a uly some of Mr.
Bowser's colleagues from Vancouver,
passed stern judgment on the
poleon" ot the Conservative wing.
Asa result of this split, aeon ���
is,, will be reached on the contentions
ejection act   it is probale thai a K1
vision for six months. Instei	
y.ar, as  In the cas ' the Mclti
mui ndment, will be ;|"' basis
i i.nient between governmenl an i OP*
Slam cedes to Greai Britain the states
of   Kalantan.   Tringan   and    Kedah,
which   hereaft.r  will   he  .uliniinstereil
with tha Malay Federated States,
Under the ti .ty British capital t<>
the extent of 120,000,000 will is* furnished for the construction of mi.-
roads south from Bangkok, Then
lines are to be controlled bj ��� new
departmenl quite distinct from die
present railroad administration ol
Slam, which in administered by Gw��
mans.      There wlll  he also n rim.IuhI
abolition   of   nirtisii extrn territorial
ilnhts in Slam.
n during the    ap-
thai his reslg-
:- accepted
t      thi
Riven  .
reason  for this.
Utudc on tin. act
"vlncial   Elections
Of   ll,,,
ll fe-J
."11.,
���'li',
RUMOR   SAYS   EATON
WILL   BUILD   IN   CALGARY
Pope  Not Improving.
Home. March 12.���Following the ad-
v,ce of his physicians, the Pop.- wis i    CalgBry    vllir(,,.   ,..   \     rum*   fe
no, ;���,���>. in this morning at tbe Len-  mn>m ^ (||(, .,. K|,���m ,-,,   n1 T���.
ten sermon. o_to   th(> bJg ,,,.,,���,.-������.���,  ,(,������<> con
cern. Is about to establish a  branch
In the absence of Mayor Keary, who I    Ottawa,   March   12.   in  the  house
waa Indisposed, the CU.)  Council did of commons yesterday, Hon, Mr. Gra-
not proceed with the discussion of the ham's   resolution   In   respec   to   ������
���   liniates last  evening. abolition of level    crossings on  rai
Alderman Jardine, who  was  voted ways in populous centres, under which
mi the chair, said the opinion of-the the governmenl  Intends devoting the
mayor and his own view was that it sum of $200, I per year for five .���
wat essential to meet the needs of ihe
the expenditure to be made under rue
applied tor in ordi i to meel tlie pres-
inj*; ne. ds of the citj for Imp ove-
lm-nis.   Tbey proposed (b allow $3000
city thai a debenture Issue slum ,| be  authority of the railway commission,
was passed, In explantlon of tbe
re lolutian, Mr. Granam stated thai
the problem was one requiring a prao-
sxtra on the water receipts and $2000 i tical solution, He did not agree that
tor electric light above that figured ib.. cost should be confined to the
on the estimates, and also allow for j railway companies and the munlcipali-
j lax sale. They ought to provide (or I ties,
the Incinerator, school accommodation      In drawing up his bill, Mr, Grain .-
���u Sapperton, a gaol and other requirements,   together   with a satisfactory
allowance for the Board of Works. Of
the sum of $288,200, the total estimated  expenditures,   $53,000   was for
schools.
The aldermen endorsed ihe Idea and
the mailer will come up again.
WARNS GIRLS AGAINST
DANGERS OF SOFT DRINKS
Dr.   Harvey  W.   Wiley,   Government's
Pure   Food   Expert,  Says  They
Contain   Poison.
Washington, .March 12.���"The dangers of the soft drink habit," and
ihe innocence, with which girls become
addicted to it. wer. emphasized last
night by Dr Harvey W. Wiley, th -
government's puro rood expert, lu a
lecture in the Holy Cross Academy.
"If you only knew what I know
about what these soft drinks contain
you would abstain from them," be
said. "It will surprise you to know
{thai most of them contain more caffeine than coffee and a drug which
is more deadly. So beware of the
soft drink, li i- more harmful than
coffee. I have examined more than
100 samples of soft drinks sold ai
soda fountains and each contains caffeine and many of them a deadly
drug.
slated that he had followed the PQlii
in every state in the United States.
The railway commission could only
give 20 per cent, of tue cost of providing any crossings oui of the fund.
and not more than $5000 toward any
one erossinu. The i.oard would also
apportion the cost between the railways, the municipalities and the fund.
No more than three crossings in anyone year would be assisted out of the
fund. Crossings by railways not yet
constructed wou.d b<\ protected at thv
sole cost of ihe railways, and without
tiny charge on the municipality.
Th,. bill also induces some things
not connected with the resolution.
One of these is that bonds may be
pledged for loans and then sold. The
courts in England havo decided that
when bonds ar.- so pledged they mus.
be reissued.
Tht bill met with endorsement i1'
the main from i_e opposition. Mr.
Haggart doubted lf municipalities
could be compelled to contribute toward the cost of abolishing railway
crossings.
Mr. Lennox thought that the limit
of a municipality's contribution Bboul i
be fixed.
LUMBER PRICES ARE
LIKELY TO INCREASE
CONSULTING ENGINEER
WILL VISIT DAM TODAY
Willis chipman, c. l., the hydraulic
engineer appointed ;,���. the citizens'
committee to examine Into the application of the Vancouver Power Company to raise the Coquitlam lake dam,
arrived yesterday afternoon, ami an
Informal meeting of the committee
was held subsequently at which it
was arranged to visit the dam today.
Among those who will accompany the
party are Alderman Garrett, repra
���eating the city Council, J. A. Lee,
ihe Citizens' committee, and City Engineer Blackman,
An   ailempt  will  be  made  lo  get   a
report   i,,   ready   for  the  meeting  of
the provincial executive ou  Wedni
day nexl 4,
Statesman   Settles   Libel   Suit,
l/.iiilon. Marcli 1_.    That tin- action
��f David Lloyd George, chancellor of
-.1 .,> exchequer, foi libelous and derog-
_..-r>    statements againsl   him   pub-
th-ho.l fn a newspaper has hern settled
<vn <*f ewnt was announced today.
The unfounded, character of the alle-
sretions was e<*.n��Tilod
Demand for Material  in Prairie  Prov
Inces is Growing���Market  is
Being   Starved.
Winnipeg, Man., March i_.���There
is very indication today of a big Increase In prices of .umber and lumber products in the very near future
In western Canada.
In the face of prosperity in everj
ine of trade mid an Increasing demand, it is charged here thai tin- man-
Ufacturers of lumber, shingles ;wd
other wood products, ai ��� deliberately
curtailing their output. In this way
thn market Is being starved and de-
cldi iii high, r prices are h.-ing created.
While ii is announced that ihe Bri-
J1ish Colum .in mills found it a pr.v
tical financial necessity to curtail th"
tog eni. at th.- same lime the Pacific
coast export imile is increasing, rhe
railroad companies are continuing
construction and the demand for lumber and shingles in ihe prairie provinces is growing.
Mexican Theatre Destroyed.
Monterey, Mexico. March 12.���The
.luarez theatre here was destroyed by
fire last night, causing a loss estimated at 1250,000. Tbe building was unoccupied.
Rival   Churchmen   Fight.
Kn.'xville. Tenn., March 12.���A BM
1'p.lit  between J. C. Miller, pastor of
Zhui I.mhe.an church,    and Solomon
here. H |��� slated on good authority
today that property had been secured
for the erection of B lai buildJ
Ing on  Eighth avenui  In the central
Mt-Uainr-on. a member of   his  flock. | ,)art   -r  (hp  husln
:|||"d noi  by the
caucus  of  the
"ii Wednesday
resulted   yesterday   In  the  arrest   of
several members of the eongregiulon
It Is stated thai tl ""''' '   '"
cost  In   the  ne "1 "r WM.000
The encounter was the culnilnntjon ' mA |��� t0 ,.,, |h, nd of
position.
ol' long standing dilTeronees between
I two church factions
the most  modi   '
building. ,
Forest Fire in Michigan
Caused Loss of $28,502,697
l-nnslng, Mich.. March 12.���Before
the *'iiute committee on forestry ln
this city yesterdaj Carl K. Schmidt, o|
"'���iion, Mich, presented a resume of
S I'port of Messrs. Ilrad.'ield and
I Stales forestry ex-
perts, who investigated the effects of
Ootoba i - it Urea In Northern
Mi litgap.      Th. estimated
lhe loss i,t $28,502,697.
This Includes timber and property
destroyed and money spent in flghtin.
lhe fires. The flies dstroyed 1,000,000,-
0(H) feet of Umber which ls equal to
the year's cut at  the present rate of
1 ber  Industry  In   Michigan.    It is
estimated that before the flres there
were i ijnio.000,000 feet of standing
ilinbei  In the state.
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PAGE TWO.
VHE DAILY! NEWS.
8AT^DAY, MARCH ^
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR SALE.
TO RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
Here** a new way of making money!   Watch our Classified Ad. Columns for things to se-ll, watch them for things to buy.     If you want to buy a piece of land, a farm, a house, or an orchard, go straiqht t
  .....    _..!__          ..   . ��� .. ..     . .        .      -       a V/_..     -,-     J_     I.      -!���__..__ _. ._        .       .   J     /��_!  ��... ... .... -^ n.. ��� ���..-_        _t_    .       - I      I      .
you are a "seller" then talk with every possible "purchaser" in town and out
You can do it, through our Classified Ad Columns,
will meet you on this common ground.
Put an Ad in���Wanted���To Purchase, etc.;  or I  have to se 11-
Th
h�� seller,
uosands see
^any
WANTED.
ROOMS TO RENT.
WANTED ��� JUNIOR     REPORTER.
Must have good education, one with
knowledge  of shorthand  and  type-1
writing    preferred.      Apply    Daily |
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
WILL A. S. PLEASE CALL AT THIS
office  for letters?
	
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to
12 in the morning. Gooj pay. Apply this office Saturday between 12
and 12:30.
TO RENT���One large furnished bed
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.      Apply 287 Victoria street.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED ROOM,
bath and modern conveniences. Apply 26o Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANT.   AND   AUDITORS.
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN IRON "ttORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. [toilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzlng. Gui in & Falrley, phone
���1117. JS Flack blue:-, Vancouver,
B.  C.
WANTED���General    servant.      Apply   <j.   HAMBER,    ACCOUNTANT   AND
Mrs. 1). J. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenue.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. R. Dickinson, corner of
E.liott and  Carnarvon.
Auditor, Notary Public. Conveyancer. Roi i i 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795-
AhCH.TECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 11, Dominion Trust block.
LOST.
IjOST���SUM OF MONEY ON Columbia street. Reward Return
to C. A. Welsh, grocery store.
FOR  SALE
! EDWIN  G.   W    SAIT,  ARCIUTECT-
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCH1-
tects. Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phon�� 232.
FANC\   POULTRY.   EGGS.   ETC.
TOR SALE!���PURE BRED PLY-
mouth Rock and White Leghorns;
$1 per sitting. I). W. Bray, Fourth
avenue and Eighth street.
TOR SALE���Al $500 Bell piano, $200;
$50 cash, balance easw Apply .lohn
Slpprell, 116 S'cond sireet.
FOR SAL':���Gasoline launch, 18 feet;
new, With or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 23, Daily News, or C. R.
Lindsay, Twelfth  street, City.
HOUoES TO   RENT.
ARTHUR O'CuNNOR, FANCY POUL-
try breeder; residence. 1049 Eleventh street, and Sixth avenue, New
Westminster; P. O. box 425. Improve your egg strain by introducing new blood. Some fine barred
Rock    cockrels    for    sale,    ringlet
j strain. Thompson, New York. A
few other bri eds. Eggs for hatching in season. State your requirements,
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block. New West
minster.  II. C.
F. NASH. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR.
5 and ti Hamley block. New West
minster.
LAUNDRY.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS P*OR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
REAL   ESTATE.
Fraternal SodoH
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., N- w
Westminster,  B.  C.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Hhckie Street. Now Is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring.   Ring up phone
183.
 i
LIVERY STABLE.
RING    UP   250   FOR    HACKS    AND
smart  turnouts.    The  Fashion Sta-1
bles.
W.    MYERS   GRAY,     BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
hlock, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Hex 196.
Telephone 64.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New      Westminster,
(Phone 143), and at Vancouver.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modem
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC-
S. ,1. RITCHIE, ARM-l'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M.. IxindoB, Eug.,
and of G. F. Sims. Mus. Bac, Oxford.. England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT, 2
reception rooms and 3 bedrooms,
kitchen, bath and usual offices; good
location. Reasonable rent. For
particulars Apply M.. this office.
TO RENT���$15. six room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
���conveniences. Apply J. M. McDonald,  131 Agnes street.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Gam'-. Vegetables, etc.    Begbie st.,|
opp. Windsor Hotel. '
,  i
FURNITURE. I
W.   E.    !'\\i.   S,   THE   FURNifUHE
Deal'"-. Cphoiaterer and U d rtaker,
corner Agnes and McKei zie streets.;
Phon.' 176, night i ill 81.
GROCERY.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. J..S.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tomh-tones. building
stone, etc, Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
FOR 1 HE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.  O.  Box 811.
HOME   MANUFACTURE.
TO   RENT���Five-room   coitage,   fur-1 .
nished,   on   Eighth  street, close   to;  MR3   RUNACRES, 216    SIXTH ST.,
car line.      Possession on or before       ,)pp.    Queen's    Avenue    Church.���
April  1.
flee.
Apply B.,  Daily News Of-
Home made sausages and rolls, heal
clieese, etc.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY BTORSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 44"i.
iTl-NRTS NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, he^
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at Soir.h Vancouver;
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING UP PHONE IV. FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reieonable
Charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECOR
ATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER. ROuM
Mouldlngs, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, ka'.-omiuing, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WHITE ,SH1L-_S &. CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and   suburban   property.
���_'0ii Columbia street.
TO RENT���Largo store next to telephone office.
STORE���Ou Columbia Btreet, Supper-
ton, to rem; $15 per month,
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for $100 and $126
each;   $26 down, balance at   7 per
cent.
Kill \1.  (Tl V   REALTY    ' OMPAN.
Columbia street,  near 'nun   otoce,
phone 488.   Real estate and insurance,       City    property,    suburban
tracts,    farm    lands,    and   Chicken
ranches.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 11. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. o. Box
556, phone 384. Two acres, five mile.s
out, at a cheap price, to close up i:i
estate; this would make an excellent chicken ranch at small cost;
$300, terms.
I. O. O
l'he rev
ftMlTY LODljE
' N(J '���
sular meetings ol thi,
ire held ni Oddfellews'hi
Ma s,r<'1"' every M���n,;av
at 8 o'clock. *nk
Colum-
OSE OF COLUMBIA LOOre i I
115, SONS OF ENGLAND | ,4
Hed Hose ' ,.,...,.., \D Ul
four-1,  Wi - -
it. k ot ,   ,     ,-,    , :M
���  P. ni.. White ���:.... |,...,..      ,
WM.ni   I
time and  pla I
_._.   W.-FKASER _.ou       ,.
Meetings ihe fli i ..,. ,_r\
.���., in eat h ninnti .'.'I
urethren cordi ul* invite ' Jfl
uodge room, \. ... i. , , ;*l
teliaws'  i ",
/uriT   BKurtETTE, No. m   jj
Mee.s the fourtl
oiuutb   al   ���  o'clock,   . 1
Ball, Oddfe .
STENOGRAPHY   4.   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING. ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Provinc- offi.e, Columbia street.     Phone  62.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND   SELL  FURNITURE
and  all  kinds  of new  and second- J
hand   goods.      Speck   &   Crandeil
near Tram office.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, -1 meals fur $1. HoE_e
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. open day and
night.     Opposite trnm office.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Pressing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone  B3S-.
ROLLER   PINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK. New BL
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30'to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 26c.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lome street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office.
Ryall's Drug Store.
-RATERNAL   ORDER   uF  iAGLM
Aerie No. 20 .-J
evening   Bl    ���   ;>.  in, it. ...|
ball,   Colum ��� ,
W. Pres :  il   Bcho ��� i
-it    HOYAL   T���IV,VLf    o Of TBI
PERANCE in-.'i evei Y.-mmiiJ
nt 8 o'clock p. ni., ��� ;c..,ii|
hail, Columbia street
JOhio OF  SCOTLAND o-CEFITUl
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE I5LE|I
CAMP, 191.���Meets ui .uel.K_|
rnlrd  Tuesday of evi.  i-wuti'i
K. of P. hall    (.':.   I
I,   0.   O. F.��� Royai  Cit)  Lccge. h\
���Meets   In  0  Ife HaU,]
iimiTa Btreet, every ��� i
at S o'clock.   Visit :.. ''iii*����-|
be    made    welcome. 0, _ G9|
N. G.; C. B. '
ng secretary
JTHER     FRATERNAL
include :
F. and A VI    Kii -' ' !i|
No. :?, A   y   ind _     ; I*-
NO.  U.VI;  L.  0. I-. -v       '��� 1
Bap^erti s
F.,    Court   '. N
Brothi - ' Ow's        H
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. IIi:/h class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs
Program changed Monday, Wed in -
day and Fi day.
-OARD Or TRADE. NV�� Wlj
ster Board ol rraii - "g
Board K ':       :i:
Third    Ti .r   lay   -I   --'^
Quarterly meeting" ou t_
���Thursday uf Pel .u��ri''
August an l S'ovemw i Wj
Annual meetings on the
Thuradaj of February:
members may be rropo*
i;. cted al i ' ���' ��� ' ,;
meeting.     A, E. White,
MUT10N, VEAL, PORK
Fr��sh   Pork    Sausages  daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
Prime Ribs B.cf
Choice
PACIFIC
Fraser River  Service
Juicy   Steak;
f(vv<JY-^i|*f*
" ;*'*�� * '   ' ' '
Meat Market ]:^^��I?
This is the
I
Str. Ramona: Opportunity
\,-J-,\\  l��u> N��.��/ Wrstminster for Chilli  '+ '        ___________
Phone 192
M..MF.KEMY & ANDLRSUN
Colirmbia St.
I        WATCH REPAIRS.
t Have you a watch that is giving you trouble?  If
so bring tho watch to us and we will put it in good   il western steamboat co., lu
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also. KEEP   X
A.TTTPATI.1 TTMIS, t
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
'TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  CAT-
URDAY.
at S> a.m., culling ,n following points:
j Hammond, Haney, Langley, (iieu v..i-
[ley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Bllverdale, ML
' Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, HatziC
j Dewdney, Nlcomen Island, Sumas atui
1' hllliwack. Returning leaves Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sua
day at 7 a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation,   Lowest Freighl rates.
Look over Henry's catalogue
and make out your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds ���
I
ACCURATE TIME.
���__fi-^��----_-_���_���������'������'-����������������,
W. C.
:
R. Whitmori., Mgr.
New We Inniistet
COLUMBIA  STRiLT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longlncs and Hamlll in  Watch Movements.
The  feweter   ���
:
���
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District  of  New Westminster.
CIVILIAN RI-LE1ASS0C1AT1QN,
SW WESTMINSTER.
Ann.ml   meeting     will     be   hi Id  In
Board <>f Trade rooms on Tuesday, Hr
icth at 8:00 p.m.     A-ll members and
ini-.!(lin;.'.  members are Invited to be
present.
*VV.   NELSON,
Edison Theatre
Animated
Take not   .-, that  Harriet  Ford, of
! Pitt  Meadows,  It. C, occupation  mar-
Pictures    and    Illustrated' ,.���,, ladyi lntt.nd3 t0 apply for permls-
Songs. 8ion t0   purchase   the   following de-
THE   LATEST   HITS   OF THE ICrlbed  lan,ls;   0��mmeaC,n8 at �� Post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence west 20 chain-, thenoe
SEASON
Program changed Monda.\, \\
south SO chains, thence east  In chains
'lll"s' more or less to Agamenmon channel,
day and Friday.    Special matinee fo,   ,,���������. norlh(,,,v ftiong the  ibore to
ladi.-s and children, Saturdays al 2 -,
p.m.
point of iommencement, contain-
Adm,ssion,  10c.
Secretary,   i
Children.  ijCi
F. L. KERR, Manatj -.
ing 1110 afcres more or less.
HARRIET FORD.
M. L. GORDON. Agent,
Tr. es, Plants, Bee Bupplles,
No Windy agent,  to annoy you,  J
No damage from fuink'.'iiion.   No
i' in.   of customs,
YOU "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,   Grecnliouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in ?|
chard, between Pine and Thi���
streets, facing Fourth avenue'
Price $8000, half cash, balance]
terms. Appb McQuarrie &U
Fro: it Street.
i
������������������������������A**** ,��*<MMM-*-****
Choice   Hams   18c
AT THE
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon I oute
for CONRAD, CMtCllOSS, ATLLN,
WHITI-: HOUSE, DAWSON and KAIR-
BANKS, Daily trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passeugi , , mall, express -and
freight connect with stages a*. Car
cross and While n,,IH,, ,,,,,.ntainlng
a thorough wlnti     ervlce.
For Inform ition   ippiy to
���' I'- ROOEns, Trafflo Manager.      i
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ��no    Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDr. Propriator*
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Watery.
Family  trade  a  specialty.
NOTICE.
Not ire
partnership  h :..,��i|
tween A, Hai������:
Tel. 113.
Office    Eight  |tr��r
MEW    WESTMINSTER.    !..   C
. 'i-^l
MeClugan,  ��� ���
hardwai  '"   p^,J
New Westtni '" ^M
British Co   '     ' l,nd :    &
i; irdman and ' " M
by mutual "-' I
of March  ���'     '""    '.'.iM
���   i    ,. ���     A
fore  carried   - " ,.
Hardman fi C��- ' ���       ,,1]
on by the said   '."'���,,���;
Clugan. and  all  deb ,
said partner il ��� ���"" ' ^a&
said ,A. Jam< ' ������"���[��� ^|dplrM
all claims againsl tne        j
are to be i-"""",
.lames and ���-   ^f
same will I -;]
Dated ni  Np*  w ���  \ P-'1
this 4th day of *w*
A. HARDMAN'
A. JAMBA
Witness:   "��� '
.,,A SATURDAY,  MARCH  13,  1909.
THE D_U_LY NEW
''.m
N
nd Trunk Ry,
ira
Excellent Train Service Betweei
licago, London,
Hamilton, Torj__..-,,
lontreai, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
PACK THREE
1
��ynop��i��
ot    Canadian     North-We��t
Homesteaa   Regulations.
EV & CO. I
Anv
rARID  QUEBEC and  the MAIii*
" nMK PROVINCES.
.   BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
1,1' I IIA,  via Uiagara Falls.
Tables, etc.. address
.,,, Qen'l Passenger and Ticket I certain conditions by the fain
����5 Adams St.. Chi��a��o.III.    |er, ^ ^^ "*^��*
M
iVlail Service
even numaered b -.tion of Dominion lauds In Manitoba, Saskatch'
ewan una Alberta, excepting 8 and 20,
not r._ei.vi, may be homesteaded by
any person f bo is tbe sole head of a
family, or any male over lt> years ol
age, to the extent ot one-quartei ���
incipal businesscent-WO- J tion of lbu acres, mure or 'ess.
ill the P _���  ___, .... u.n, i    ApplIcaUon   tor   entry    mu3t    dc
made  m pei the applicant al
a Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-
agency for il,,    : in which the
,.,.,__  -.���-��� �����_-_-       i laud i- situate.    Ei iro*} may,
r lime J a1-"' "��� *     *   r
GEO, W. VA-X. | However,   be made  at an agency on
^^^^^^^ er, moth-
��ht.r, brother ur sister of
an intending  b< on -:. ader.
The bomesti ader ..- rej tired to per
'(orm the homestead duties under one
of the foi.owing plans'
(JJ At least - a j,,until-' re.-idenc..
jpun and cultivation of the land In
-k"i  year lor three years.
(Ji    A nomi. ti. .- .- in-.., if he so
if-ires, perform  t.,.-    required    real-'
dence  duties   b;    living on    farming
iand owned  solely   . ���   bim,  not less
ihun  eighty   I' < In extent,  in
tbe vicinity of bis homestead, Join;
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement
(lil If the father ( ir mother, if the
father is deci...- IJ oi . i aeateadet
this permanent residence on farming
land owned solelj by bim, not I
t'*au eighty (SOj acres in extent,
ue 'Icinitj of th. homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
ui the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform  his own residence duties by
I
Uwayg have something special
'������'���" way of BARGAINS.
They invite you to come in and
look around. Stationery, Fancy
i;" ds. Toys, Crockery, Sporting
. Brushes, etc.,
AT
MOREY'S
Oolumbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
'-V' .T*
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��� "" ������������������������.'���
*
MARKET
REPORT
Wednesday, iMarch  17.
HARRY   H, CAMPBELL Presents
~ Sh  Actor-S'nger
1,1  ��� turphy-a Famous Piay
"SHAUN RHUE"
* * ���
I v..*   ���   ���   ���  ������    4   ���
The  -\   I :...,..,, i   , .,-
.. verj  ��������� .- ndance oi
ers, and  I
, roduce    ..   Iarg<. so a bri
i< ss was
ARTHUR  CUNNINGHAM '������- :"
...
i'.:,.. ��� . ....
Hon. Rob! :���   Pati ;.��� ft,  n
Auction ���
��:; afti ;   spli Ited
ll 'v i 1 pixili.il..   :,    .
_>
AT*
ti
Complete   Production;   Excellent   Cast
Hear   Mr.   Cunningham   Sing   "Barney
From   Sweet   Killarney."     "The   Dono
vans." -A   Handful of Earth."
be hours ef despatch
il the New West-
the hour given In
hou-  of closing,
an hour, as a rule, be-
...  patch.    All mails,
.    ��� ite I, are despatch.
exci pl Sunday.
itched    and    re-
��� ie C. I'. R. _outh
east mails, not Including
Sapj erton,    Frasi r
. iin.
C
OOKSLEY'S
Mails De_p_tclied.
i  al   ��� even o'clock
it)    Vancouver    via
t    Owl." Victoria except Wed-
ess
in
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARK  NOW  ON  SALE  aT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERV STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DROG STORE and
"THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
';
Frid
R>all's Drug Ston
und 2.",. .
ll.
Wost Perfect Matte
SOLD AND USED
EVO.YW.HO._I
E.W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
TORONTO,
ONT.
ay.
; . ���
Vancouver via
railway. M^^^^^^^
.. i Seal   v Including all U.
.,: s < .i���". and  south, and point-
, -i N'i w  \\'��� si minster and Hunt-
On. B.C., via C. P.  R  soiuh.    Co-
Bam, Sapperton and  Fraser Mills.
|30 a.m.- Blaine  and  Seattle,    in-
I ing all U. S. points east and south;
all point between New Westmin-
afld Blaine, via Q, N, R.
Me Cloverdale and district (ClO-
IValley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Ailu-
lanu Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
Port Kelts, Hall's Prairie and
km- hi despat bed dally except on
jay;   Clayton,   Monday,   Tuesday,
(iday and Saturday; Tynehead
Hi n Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
.,  Tn  mails are all received
,i   despatched.
100 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
|r_l Park, via  IS.  C.  Klectric rail-!
130 .un.���Strawberry  Hill,    Tim-
Jid nnd South   Westminster,   by
p (Tuesday and Friday).
10 p.m.���PI' "t Hurnaby, by courier
W p.m.���Burquitlam,  by  courier.
!0 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
ham Island and Sunbury, daily
t Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
today an,i Saturday, via "J. C,
(St. -..n mail despatched
"��� v .,., Vancouver.)
BO   p.m.���Vancouver    nnd    I'i per
via G, \. It. north.
1)0 Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
P. C. Eli allway.   Saturday
l-tra mail Is despatched  to   Vic-
vii Vancouver at this hour.
fin- mid Seattle, includinR all  U.
oint-' east and -outh. via G. N. R.
_p."
Jo p.m.���C. P  it  east, Sapperton.
pfraBer M
Mails  Received.
|t> tun.- Blaine ana   Seattle,   in
.n? t-11 I'. 8. points, via G. N. It
(" "i a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
purler iT,;-,|,:, and Friday).
��� ivei    and    I'M ep;
I Victoria, via B. C, BI9C-
Westminster
Transfer Co.
II. C. Elec j"?"8 ^ the fa: h,-r  (or mother).    | uffl
|    (-D    ine term "vicinity" in the two!
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road ailowan es crossed iu the
measurement
(6) A honi'v..' | hitendinfi* to
perform his residence duties In ac
cord ance with the above while living
with parents or <n furming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district, of BUCh intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
oe given to the Commissioner of Dominion Land, at Ottawa, of 1..tention
*o apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY
Deputy of the Minister of th** Interior
ice 'Phone 18��.      Barn 'Phon
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promttiy
any part of the city.
March 19.
Stetsi  . -  Big I). u. le Sp.
Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co.
i'i.. ..    Of   'I'll  'I  1      '-il
25    Mi '.,  Women  and  Children    -a
s,. ni    int estltui -   a  revelation;   10
spi iv pi entity    sellsai ions.    In;
! colored  ; eopl ���  from  the cotton  be t:
I buck und w ing dancing; pack ol
: hound'; Eva's ascension; i an 1 and orchestra .   popular    prlci s;    fi   ��� ban'.
concert   twice dally.     Seats now   on
' sal., al   Ryall's  Drug  Store      Prices
T.".c. .".ne and 25c.
English Watchmaker
did Watch
for L&dli
i
,., ntf
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPOt.
Notice.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Siheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver foi  New Westminster at o'.'iO, 6:50, 7:20 and -.."||
a.m., uud every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
P)   ,111!
|1.
'
SO p.m.
in.t all i
Pi
ni. by  courier.
Blaine and Seattle,   In-
��� s points; alBo an points
ftoIM" Burnaby, by courier.
Vanco iver and Victoria,
N   I!
_-',l) l<' U:00 a.m.-Ladner, Port
���wn, Westham Island and (Tuea-
Thursday and Saturday)   Wood-
- ��Ul Bt* ,.,;,, Favourite. (Ste.ves-
Itlean
I
��� rltl-h  Columc-a  Coast Linn
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SCATTLEJ
ROUTE.
Operative Jf.r.jary   ',3.
S.S.   Prill..ess   \ .aVaj.iu.  leaves  \au-i
:ouver  itl p.  ic.,  _..ni;  direct  to Settle daily except  Monday.
ri s. Princess Royal leaves Vanoou-
.  at 9 a. m. for Victoria daily, ex-
eept Wednesday.
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-
luver ai l p. in.   laily tor Victoria.
���A/ESTMINSTER-VIUTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on W"d-
nesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
lx-.ives Victoria   11   p.m.   1st,   L0t-
and -Oth of each month for Clayoiiuut,
Mosquito Harbor aud way ports; 10th
of each month for guatsiuo und way
ports; L'Oih of each mouth for Ahcu.et,
QnaUino, Cape Scot: aud way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leave  Vancouver _ p. ui. daily
Take notice that D. J   McQuarrie, of
New Westminster,    D. C, occupa'iou,
.electric  railway  manager,  in'ends   to
j apply for p.'rmission to purchase  the  Cars leave New Westminster for Van
'following described lands  in the dis-      couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, T:'J0 and
itrict of New Westmnister: 8:00 a.m., and .-very hall hour there-
Commencing  at a post planted   at     after until 11:00
the   southwest    corner  of    lot    1390,
thence oast to northwest corner Of lot
1362, thence ,-outh to southw.-i corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly
and norherly to point   of commence-1
ment,  containing  100  acres  more  or.
less.
.   , rivatc Cl e.ity
:    .
Thi    ��� ���,,....  ..
the  su air,    Lamb and   i
.ish i',
while   .. fall   offering.   |
readily.
The den.a:,,', tor eggs was wl and
the su] air, closing al  25 <  m
; i r iin.-.- ���    '    'Iseal.     Chickens easily
sold with 1'-  qtiantltj offered and the
good  supply  of fowls also changed
hands readily.   Ducka were Bhort, with j UP-
i  Btn -.. . !  for fat  birds,    B Si,v'r   ^N ���''���':
ier  continues  al   prices  which  have  $fi��0-
ruled al receni mai kets. Silver Watches,
Ow ii . ���   season   ol   the   jvai . ^~ ^ up.
ttoes bad both rl e . In :    A-"""'    fnr    Waltham
price,  and  ':     latter was quoti .1 al   watches,
J23 u ton on short supply,   The quani       Watch repairing a specialty
r;.   .'.  .,  ' lea  -. Ulng iliinish.'s steadily, with .i failii g oftei Ing.
The  Hoi ists'  stalls  �� " i   gaj   ��Ith
poi   ,��� rlmulas,  hyacinths and
.���a        ble  "Ihi ings.  w hile  the
Inert as ng.   The w hole
tone of the market shows steady advance with  the  season.
Official   Quotations.
Ueii'.    i.  idquarti ra,    :*���',_   to  ti'.r.
forequarters, '.'���'���_  to 7V&c;  mutton, 13
[to 14; lamb, ll to 15c; veal, medium,
, UV6; large 9 to 10c; pork, 8-tf to 9c;
j eggs,  retail,  per doz.  30c;   wholesale.
j 25c;   butter, i etail,   35   to   I"'':   tow I,
|per dozen, .��*-. to $10: chickens, JT to
$S; ducks. $15; apples, per box, $i 50
to J1.75;  carrots, per sack. |1;  turnips,  75c;   parsnips,  75c.    beets,  $1.
in I12./1
;'- nt-'   ..pen   taca
���  .       il
ml     Elgin
F. CRAKE
Tii'o   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Crocs'
���H- 14"M"M"H| ���t��.��|��I"l��I"I"l"I'
PRINTING
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
onions.
ton $23.
pi r  sack,  $_.
potatoes,   p. r
DANIEL JOHN* McQTJARRlE,
Per JOHN F. BAGGS.
Agent.
Dated December 19th. 190S.
LAND ACT.
 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 't'.iJO and 9:00 a.m., mid
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver tit V".1 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.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications Will be received up to
Monday, the -2nd, Inst., at 5 p.m., for
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commenc. on April 1st, 1909. Sal-|.J.
lary at tbe rate of fat) per month. For
information as to duties, etc., apply
to the satj.-.i-'. inspector at the City
Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN,
city Clerk,
City Hall, M irch .">. 1909.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
| Jackson & Morrison I
Daily News Dlock.
���j.     New Westminster. Phone 388    4"
���H"M"M"M' W-H-HH��+++
NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of  Saywa-d
Take notice that  1, C. W. Preston,
of  Vancouver, occupation   farmer,  in-
tend to apply for permission to   purchase the following described iand-:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of south Twin island,
thence  following the shore    easterly,
southerly,    westerly,     northerly    and
i easterly hack to point of    commence.
i ment, taking in the whole island con-
, taining 200 acres more or less,
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd. 1909.
VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY     ACT.   1908
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
livery assignment of th.- right of i
a :i  \    iteer ent   ��� d to
ex-^and grant  must    be  by   va;   of ap
Great  Northern Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:16 a.in.;  ar. Seali e 1 p.m.
Lv. N.W. 1:35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
l.v. N.W.  12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:li
a.m.
l.v. Seattle S: 10 a.m.;  ar. N.W.
Lv. Seattle 4:25  p.m:;  ar. N.W
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m
a.m.
p.m.
9:55
ar. N.W. 6:20
G. N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m.. returns at ii p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 1 p.m., arrives in city Friday .s:4a a.m. Leaves
Friday al .'!:a0 p.m. arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port QuichOC at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday. 8:30 a.in. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
OUlchOn 6 p.m., Thursday and  Friday.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL,
Eightn and Agnes Streets.
I lours: MoruiiiK, lo to I2j afternoon,
2:30 to ���'; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 2ac. On Saturdays
io io 12, school children under in
will in- furnished skates for 10c, Commutation tickets now on aale. Phone
A 48.'-!.
I
fer.)
:30
i mi i received via Van-
ilntmini ���     I substitute and must he
a il  ��� fOl in  p."ovi led by the ACt
Sp ��������� ntiou is call d to 9
Vancouvi if Section ." of the Volunteer
Bounty A it, 1908, which pn i
no assignment of the right of a vol-
thi  appointment <' a
 sl ' '"' :u"r",Ilt,'d or recogniz' 1
Princess    .May    leaves   Vancouver j by the  Department    of tbe  [ati
(������hlch is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
oepi   Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at
am.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess   May    leavee
March 8th, 18th, _Mh.
NORTHEHN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvei
March 18 and 23.
March 8th,  18th, _8th.
B.  C.  COAST MAIL  SERVICE
-��   1    p.m     C.
I"'*1' Eraser Mills
r
'""   Vancouver
wer Arm.
P.   R.   east,
and    Coqult-
Central Park
���-  !V:.S'"":;H  wd Snttlt,  �����������.
;V',! '-'"^' ""I pom,   p.-
.'U"'."n;!^ and New Westmin-
p- ". south;  also Fraser
via  f
|opera
HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
La;��h "-Kerry (!ow.
���4  J"  !,'""" To,��,�� C*bln.
Vn It- 'ry Bere r'"'1'
V,   ";" 'l ^r Power,
pri] -'      : ! Mary.
|,   , ilsh.
Jno l0 Qgerbred Man.
C "iJwiu.
SS. Queen City or SS. Amur leave|0����� -��Med *y,*�� Mlnl3t('r of Mimtl
nnd Defence in favor of the volunteer.
Vanoouver MurCh ICtli. April 2d.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princess Heat rice leaves Vancouver!
March 23d, April 3d.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday,'
and Saturday at 7 am.
For   reservations   and   inroraiitl'*-.
���all or nddrees
FD. UOm.BT.
Agent, New Westminster.
r. B. POSTER,
A sat. Qen. Pass. Agent. Vunrniiver.
j. w. TROUP.
General Super-ttendent. victor.*.
j, w. QRBENWAT,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
SuccuSior to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. phene 105.
"The Milwaukee"
"Th_ Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansat City to Chicago,
No train in thl sei' he on any
railroad iu the world that equal In
equipment thai of tha Chicago, Milwaukee fi st, Paul Railway, They
own and operate their own BleSpinfl
and dining car-, ou all ih"ir trains nnd
Klve   iheir   patrons    un    excellence      of
service not obtainable elsewhere
H. s. ROWS, General Aitnt
1H4 Third St., eor. Aidei Portland, Or.
WHEN   GOING EAST
ask THE TICKET AGENT
TO BEND YOl' OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
High) Train    Every Day In the v.-ni
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OP l'.\ Mi:
THE        NOR'I 11 WKSTKRN.        LTD
Embodies thi newesl and ��� ei I Ides
for COMPORT, CONVENIENCE, uud
LUXURY. I< is lighted with both
electricity ami gas; the no brilll ml
ij lllumlnati d train In the world. The
equipment oOti i i, of private compartment ears, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modem day
coaches uud  buffet, library and sniok-
Ing cam.
I'm-   i'i in-. Tables, Polders, or any
further Inf-iriiia'lon call 09 or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avonue, Seattle. Wa-h.
Take noiue thai l, 0. w. Preston,
or Vanoouver, n. c, farmer, mt.nd to
apply to the Honorable Chlg! Commissioner of Lands and Work-t for n
twenty-one year grating lease on the
following described land: Comment
lag at a ikjsi on ths east ^nore ot
Zayas Island, Purl Simpson district,
about a mile south uf the mouth   Ol
Lake creek, thence west across   th.-
Island  to the shore,  ttn-nce  following
the Bhore   northerly, easterly    and
southerly to the point of   oommenot-
nient.
NO,   1'   lease.    Zaya is.'an.l,     I\,r;
Simpson diHiiict. starting .���
iii.. southeast corner of No   i   .a-"-.
thence west across the Island to   tb<>
���bore, thence   following      i    i bOra
southerly,    easterly    an i     noi I
around to the polnl ot comm< m i
<���   W, PRI BTON
.Ian   28, 190!i
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Empress of  Britain Fsb. 2C
Empress of Ireland March 12
Empress of Britain    March ?6
when lending for fries i   In   be i I ���'
oountry by buying   tioln
niTic- vou win save money and pn
delay.
ivHiound Empress sails '."m   St.
Join  Feb   12 and 2H.    (all  fOf
rir ulars.
ED  <',0V\rrrr.
Aeent.
I
I Advcrtisinjg and Circulation
$ THE Daily News, New Westminster 10c pe* week, Sl for 8 mos
8 The Stanharp of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly    $2 per year
8 The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year
8 The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a 'year
t; Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited for tlie above publications
I CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
3 P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22    I
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THE   DAIL5.   NEWS.
SATURDAY
MArch
'905.
SATURDAY, MARCH   13,   1909.
CLEANSING THE   LISTS.
TO CUT DOWN  TIME
VANCOUVER TO   MONTREAL
Vancouver. 1.1. C, March 12.���At a
conference of C. P. R, general superintendents today it is reported that II
was determined to put on this year a
seventy-two-hour train between .Montreal and Vancouver. Humors of this
have been current in previous years,
li is slated that the time will come
. when the running time of lhe fastest
trains between the two terminals will
be reduced to three days. The distance is 2896 miles, and a sustained
rale of forty miles an hour would be
required to reduce the running time
from ninety-six hours, the present figure, to seventy-two hours.
Now  Salmon  Cannery for   B'aine.
Bel'ingham, March 1_. s salmon
canning plant to cost In the neighborhood of $25,000 is promised Blaine by
G. I. 'Wilson, of Vancouver, II. C . ana
B. C. Seely, of the border town. The
plant is to be erected to take care of
the 1909 pack alone, and it Is not
intended by the owners to operate it
next year.
The Daily News KEIK HAKDIE HOOTED bY
5S_^TOSl��__;   HOSTILE UNOERGRADUATt-
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New 	
Westminster, B. C.
_rj_,,s..-,-���.,.,-. -     ---  '    Oxford.  England,  March  12.���At  a
A. Paige Managing Director j meeting of the University Fauiau society in the town hall here last ni_nt,
James Keir Ilardie, the Socialist member of parliament, who was  to  have
been  the  principal  speaker,  was  un-
I able to gain a hearing owing io the
��� hostile demonstrations  of  the under-
I graduates.
  Amidst screams of the greatest dis-
Obstruction ln iho progress of leg-; order, firecrackers were exploded, au-
islative enactments is in a general I tomobile horns were blown, there were
way most heartily to be deplored. j shouts and bursts of song b ythe stu-
tiut a time coni-s wnen -U-b. action 1 dents, eggs and oranges were thrown,
is justifiable. The record of parlia-1 and the platform was stormed. Many
mentary government in Europe, not- ( in��? fights occurred during the demon
ably in the Austrian relchsrath, has i stration.
shown how the weapons of obstruction can be utiiized to prevent the
governmenl carrying on the business
of the country, hut the difficulties
arising from this form of constitution-
a.' embarrassment have been caused
principally by racial differences.
No  such  trouble  arose in  Victoria
during the session, the fight was on
the strict lines of Conservative control of the franchise in their own Interests.     The attorney-general  deter-'
mined  to force on the electors of B.
C. a franchise ln  which the man of
wealth and comfort was to lie placed
in secure possession of his vote, and
the laborer,  who has  to move about
in  search  of his  bread,  was to  perform impossible obligations to remain
on the register.   In introducing a measure of this character to the  British
House of Commons  Mr. W. E.  Gladstone  himself  said  "A  laborer  must
follow his labor," and if such liberty
-was to be extended to the   working
man in a settled country like   Greai
Britain, should it not be done in British  Columbia,  where  defined  conditions have only made a beginning in
a larger part of the constituencies.
There was no reason why tne amendment of Mr. Mclnnes should not pass
if the majority of the house were r 'ally anxious to give the laborer a chance
to vote, but the Conservative machine
chose to disfranchise thousands of
workers rather than give them justice. Not only would the governmenl
amendments, if allowed to become law.
affect the casual resident in any particular electoral distuct, but the well-
known citizen is not safe. If this el. o-
tor went away on business or
pleasure it would be possible for an
unscrupu.ou.s party worker to have
the name removed from the list.
So far as the worklngman is cou
cerned an employer oi labor could
control the situation ny lismi��slng
sufficient men to nun an election,
forcing them to move t i anothi r constituency in search of employment.
In fact it opens a wide vista of though!
how far the wholesale corruption involved in the change might lead the
province in the future
The man behind this measure
as Mr. John Oliver says, made
a false statement at a previous election, knowing its nature. "The gentleman today hold-, up his hands and
cries out for pure lists. What can
be expected from a source like this?
Is it to be expected that pure water
can flow from a tainted and polluted
stream? The man guilty of the gross
breach of confidence is author of this
bill."
The government, however, at the
last moment abandoned their position,
gave a time limit, and thus utterly
surrendered, II is a signal and glorious triumph for the pause of Liberalism and Justice
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Business  Announcement
I beg to announce that I have opened a Real Estate and Insurance office in the DUPONT BLOCK,. COLUMBIA ST., this city.   I will be pleased if you will list with me any properties you  may have  for sale.      p
have any houses or business premises  to rent I would  be glad if you would list thvm with me,
I have been fortunate in securing the agency of the Liverpool and London and Globe Fire Insurant
a company wliose name speaks for itself.     My several1 years' experience in writing fire insurance enabl.
assure you that I can issue a policy concerning which there can be no doubt In case of loss by lire.
���      I also represent tho Equitable Life Assurance Society, and will be pleased to  give you the rates  for
different  classes of  life  insurance.
I wiil also handle Accident, Employer's Liability and  Plate Glass  Insurance.
I will be pleased to do business with you, and I feel sure I can do so  to  your satisfaction.
tile
Telephone 1 69.
J. J. JOHNSTON,
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CANADA  WILL  NEED
ALL  HER  OWN   LUMBER
Washington!, March 12.���In a letter
to Sereno E. Payne, chairman of the
house ways and means committee,
made public today, Chief F- roster Pin-
chot declares that the removal Of the
tariff on lumber would neither reduce
the pric- to the consumer or preserve
United States forests.
In the end. Canadians will undoubtedly require for home use atl the timber they can produc,r. Itrnons from
Canada. therefore, would not be
.���noucli to eliminate the cutting of
United States forests or reduce the
price of lumber to an Important degree.
"G_T  THE   HAEIT.'
Lipped Kettles
Quarantine Officer for Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert. March 12.���Dr. II. E,
Tremayne, formerly chief medical officer of the Grand Trunk Pacific mountain division, has been appointed
quarantine officer by the Dominion
government, with headquarters at
Prince Rupert.     A quarantine stat on
Regular 3ac.
SPECIAL TODAY
EACH
The Fair
will shortly he .reeled and wi'.l be lo-
��� ..-I   Digby  Isl a id,  n< ar  the en-
Irai   ���   to  the  harbor.
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and Bell for the same.
The Clothes That
Real Men Wear
& COMPANY set forth the simple
.hat   "The   authorized   stvles   for
REID
fact thai "ine authorized stj
Spring and Stammer are now ready." it
means everything to the man who values
correctness of style with every known
quality of perfect tailoring. On behalf of
the best dressers in the city, we invite
your most careful inspection. There's a
deep satisfaction in  wearing one of our
Spring  Suits,  $10 to  $35
Reid & Co.
CORRECT CLOTHES
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every man ui 'own to make it his particular business to see our handsome spring shoes.
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We sell   drafts at the   lowest   rates   on aU ���������
point.- in Qreat Britain, Prance, Germany Italj
European countries, also on all pa ts of \ la ���'
New Zealand and  Mexico.
Bankers'  money orders sold, payable ai   n
in Canada,
Collections made tit the  lowest   rates.
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
PHILLIPS,
EXTENSIVE  DISPLAY  OF
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i li taws    March   12    Act Ing   Ja ian
ese C' i.viU'eii, ral poi 11
to the Immigration d | artn   ��� I Ihe ar
rivals and  depart ��� ,,,,  ,.
in Canada In Jan iarj and February.
in Januar) 19 Ja] ai . . Ived In
Hritish Columbia from Japan. The
departures of Japane e froi British
Columbia for Japan In January were
17. and In cFbruary, 11 showing a ne|
increase only of  three In  :'..    la  an
esc population.
SAYS   MINT   HAS   NOT
HAD FAIR
CHOICE
^SPRING FOOTWE Al
If NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPR1M\
For Ladies
v.iu every woman to know about the excellence and goodness of our new spring shoes. When the
ni comes here for Bhoes re offer her no guesswork styles, but the best woman shoes that tho conn-
induces      our SPECIALTY, women's $2.50 to $$.50 fine shoe.'*,  Patent   leathers, etc.
Our slock of Men's Negligee an I    Stiff-Bosom    Bhli
every way, comprising all the p   pillar  shades  Ol   '���      '��� (,r';'
ltrown, light and dark Blue, wi a   fancj   oferchi
have small spot or neat floral design.    They a;
hric and  French Zephyr cloth, the good waahlng kind    "
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$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
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Nobby Hats for Spring.
You will find here a large and Well selected stock ol   ��� ��
all  tho latest stylos  and shapes  In Soft  and  Hard  Ha
Ottawa,   Marcli  \'J..���'Cana,la's  mini
has  bv.-n  linab "  to  find  I n0Ug_ work
to justify its exlstenci, because, the
year before, Us Inauguration the government, purchased from England
11,186,000 of   silver coin,   more than
twice as much ns in any previous
year, and greatly in ,- ��� - ol the
year's mods a id o 11 ge ai :" Hood
th,. country ami mal ll Impossible
for om- own mint to find " irk I
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mini authority yesterday,
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THE   LARGEST
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
ing shades of Green, Light Fawn and Grey are v<
have all the host English and American makes ai l
most shrewd buyer.
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MARCH   13,  1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
NewM��_��l8in
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ter Corwts
T. H. Smith
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New Models
in  D. & A.
Corsets.
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psTiilKSABE.N'OWWKLL   NIGH    COMPLETE   IN   ALMOST
EVER.   DETAIL.    WE ARE READY   WITH  THE  SEASON.    OUR
STOCK- HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY   CHOSEN,   AND  THE   MANY
N0VEI_TIES IN ALU LINES ARE   THE  ACME  OF  GOOD  TASTE
\ND JUDICIOUS BUYING.
Some Very Interesting Silk Bargains
., QO ,... ��� ;.- ivuii de Sole Si!!; l'or  75c.    One piece only of  Bonnet's
,a.lSl -        I'eau de Sole, beautiful satin  finish.      Regular quality on
iCity News;
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sale '���
75c Yard
50c Pongee Silk for 35c.
Natural Colored Pongee, 20 inches wide, nice even gnlsh.
������e  vai'ie  for    35c Yard
j Tamaline and Geisha Silks 50c Yd.
r, ange nf Tamaline and Geisha Silks, _()  inches  wide,  nice
loir,-    finish,   for   dresses, waists   and   linings.    On   sale
al ��� ���    ��� 	
50c Yard
I Stunning Display of New Dress
Goods at 40c and 50c Yd.
Over I lecea of New Novelty Dress Materials in plain colors���
mirage cloth, etc., with satin stripes, plain reps and wool sntins. in
al'tli   ���   .   shades,   Prices 40c and 50c Yard
[Special Showing of Smart
Tailored Suits at $10.00 Each
[Forth ' -.uin of $10 We can give you a Spring or Summer Suit
.list you $15.00 any where else. This is a manufacturer's
(sample line and bought at a big discount. The suits are fashionable,
Bill well tailored, perfect fitting, of durable material and in a
ll. ��� of colors. But you'll have to hurry if you want one.
|P   ���     $10.00
New Lawn Waists at $1.00
le of brand new lawn   waists    at    $1.00    each,  nicely
trimmed and embroidered, with  new tucked long sleeve and Gibson
Very dainty indeed are these waists.     Price $1.00
T. H. Smit I
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i^B Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear g
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Read the classified ads. on Page 2.
They will  interest you.
A purse was found yesterday at the
city market. Owner can have same
from Market Clerk D. E. MacKenzie
on proving property.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B208. **
Th.. Council has granted the use
of the Council chambers, City Hall, for
the annual meeting of the Westminster Lacrosse club on Friday next.
\\ hen ordering oranges see that the
Rose & Camillla wrappers are on
them. "
Engineer McKay, uf No. 1, Fire hall,
Mill be known iu future as superintendent of lire alarms, the former duties having become obsolete.
For table decorations and wedding
bouquets���a spi cialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, I ��� ��� i *��
.Mrs. M. .Mc\ a in a ra, who lias been
visiting her sister, Mrs. It. II. Cheyne,
of Carnarvon street, returned to Vancouver last  night.
Linoleum and carpet bargains can
be obtained for a few days only at
Fales Furniture store. See window.   **
The steamer Ophir arrived from
Victoria last night with a cargo of
gunpowder, which was unloaded at the
Great Northern wharf. The explosive
will go by rail to Rossland.
Do you want to own your own
home? For twenty-five dollars cash
you can secure a 50-foot lot on the
car line. Burnaby, balance $75, any
time within one year. White, Shiles
& Co., 260 Columbia street, city.     **
Owing to the heavy fogs that prevail on the river at this season,
the steamer Beaver was unable to
leave Chilliwack until 11:30 yesterday morning and consequently did not
arrive here until 7:30 p.m.
.'.sk your grocer for Rose & Camil-
lia brand of naval oranges. **
Several bids appeared in the police
court yesterday morning charged with
throwing stones and were let out on
suspended sentences after receiving a
severe lecture    from the    magistrate.
Now
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FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH   BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
SULPHUR
The
U-America"
IShoe for Men I CURTIS
\$S, $5.50, $6, $7
y
Two drunks wer... lined $2.50 and costs
for fighting on the street. A Norwegian was given a month's hard labor for indecent exposure.
The classified ads. on Page 2 will
assist you in your business.
Mrs. Sydney Smith, of Port Kells,
while crossing Columbia and Sixth
streets, yesterday morning, was
knocked down by a single buggy. She
was taken into C. A. Welsh's store in
a dazed condition, having sustained
a severe shaking up.
Toilet, soap. 7 cakes for 25 cents at
Moore's,  Front   street. **
A sale of work and social tea will
be he'd in the lecture-room of St.
Andrews church on the afternoon and
evening of Thursday, March 25, under
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid. 'The
funds derived from the entertainment
will be applied to church purposes,
Rosjg & Camillla oranges are the
finest  grown in California, **
His Honor Judge Howay In the
county court yesterday gave judg  ii rit
for F. Mynetti in his suit against Lof-
tus R. Scott for $27, lien under the
Woodman's Lien for Wages act. H.
L. Edmonds appeared for plaintiff,
and J. D. Kennedy for defen la  t.
Toilet soap, 7 cakes for 25 cents at
Moore's,  Front  Btreet. *���
Now for bargains���Remnants of oil
cloth, mattings and linoleums going
at cost. W. E. Fales- Furniture store,
cor. Agnes and McKenzie streets.    **
The partnership hitherto existing
between B. G. Walker and F. J. Peers,
real estate agents of Burnaby, has
been dissolved by mutual consent.
The firm will he in future known as
Pe.rs & Ramsey, and will be located
in the Hamley Mock, on Columbia
street.
White, Shiles & Co. have two good
stores to rent, one on Columbia Btn i I
Sapperton, and the other next to the
T-.lcphone office. **
A good appearance Is an Invaluabl
asset, not a luxury, but a neci
Ring up B27*a and let us renovate your
clothes.      Royal City Dye Works     **
At the regular meeting of Amity
lodge No. 27 on Monday evening next
fina: action will be taken respecting
the erection of an Odd Fellows' hall
on lot 14, city block 24, on the corner
of Eighth and Carnarvon streets, recently purchased jointly by Royal City
lodsre No. 3 and Amity lodge No. 27.
Pales for fancy furniture and Pal
for  family   furniture.      Store  at   th
corner of Agnes and McKenzie sts
The funeral of tbe late James Edward McQuarrie, for seventeen years
caretaker at Pitt River bridge, took
place yesterday to the Oddfellows'
cemetery. There was a large attendance from the Coquitlam district, the
padlbearers being Reeve Weigher, It.
D. Irvine, Donald McLean. J. A. Bee-
ton, James Fox and Duncan McLennan. W. E. Fales conducted the obsequies.
Rose & CamilUa naval oranges are
sold   by all  lii-t-ciass grocers.
Special today, $2.50 fountain pen for
$1.50.      Those    pens    are  made  am
guaranteed by the    L. E.  Waterman
Co. See our window. Horace I) irer.
SPECIALS
OIL CLOTHS���A large range of remnants from Kjc j-ard up. Mattings at
15 percent, reduction. New Carpets,
just arrived, all prices. See them.
For anything in the Furniture line
GO   TO
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
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I NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS !
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�� .MOW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
* ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
��� AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
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Ask your groci r for It, mid be sure you get Premium Flour, for it has
no equal.
���   If your dealer does not stock it. phone 335, and we will deliver it to
you immediately.      Remember,  Premium Flour is the best, one. you
���    have ti ?d It ,ou will always use it.
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186  COLUMBIA  STREET.   .. P. O. Drawer 100.
���    Phone  335.
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DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for   Spectacles   from
Cents up.
GRADIENT   RAILWAY.
i of making shoes compelled one man to do all tha
���'in convinced  that skilled shoe makers who specialized
''factually apply their  energy  to  the  furnishing of  some
  . _ _    . . .	
"ii of the shoe for which each is especially fitted.
R'Orkmen���all specialists���are required to make one pair
������-.��� -lions.
fla|1 consider tho large volume of   "All    Americas" produced
" number of men necessary to turn oui these shoes, then
Thi 'be magnitude of the "All America" organization.
aj unique .eatdre���a in the construction of "All America"
ch we are well acquainted, such ns the patented
' -. "stny up"  box   toes,    reinforced   shank**, "bend"
Thi
'I ll
nd other points Of merit  not  found in other shin's.
': "-"'��� in my opinion, too good for "All America" shoei
���   buy
l   pair.
|W. E. SINCLAI
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beit quality.
T. A. MUIR
i& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Proposed   Scheme   for  the   Ascent   of
Mount Victoria.
Revelstoke, B. ('.. March 12; Tha r
is a movement on foot In local progressive circjes for the organization
of a company to operate a cog whi el
gradient railway up and over Mount
Victoria. The idea, whii h is perfect-
ly feasible, has been actuated by tho
success attending the inauguration of
Blmiliar Innovations In the United
States and other countries and should
prove an attraction, besides being a
money making proposition. The objective of this railroad would lie the
vast natural parks at the summit of
tho Mountain, where tourists nnd
campers could enjoy the finest scenery In British Columbia, Victoria
Park Is unequalled In Its wonderful
location, Its altitude and marvellous
scenery, and were tho ascent made
easv by the construction of a rn"
wheel railway up thi slopes of the
mountain, there can he little doubt
but that a large number of people
would take advantage of tbe rail-way
and thereby add to Revelstoke'** popularity as n scenic resort,
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can. 2 for2Se
Jersey cream. large can, 2 for 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c bot.,
"for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Adams & Deans
Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, England,
is noi only the eldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its prtrrpt and liberal settlements, as the
following  letter will  show:
A.  \V. McLEOD, March  11, 11*89.
Agent Rallwa,   Pa   eu   ���������.   Assurance Co.,
L'il
Sli    [beg I   acknowJed|pe receipt of check in full paymont
of my  claim for accident  which occurred to me In January last wh-.e
plaj Ing :,   kej al Bti naby lake.
Although my claim v,as only put forward a few days ago, I have
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt manner
ln which ii has bei n deaM with.
feigned) F. REICHENBACH.
The Railway P.issengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking let mo place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000,000
ALPRtO    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA 8T. PHONE 62
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
i' p.m- on Fridays. The omission oi
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday, March 14.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. \V. 11. Barraclough, B.A., pastor,
Rggular services at ll a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classes at
2:30 p.m. Prof. Burwash will preach
in the morning; Rev. Dr. Sipprell will
Occupy the pulpit in tho evening.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services Jl a.m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 2:.. p.
in. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday at S o'clock. Morning.
"Hod's Commandments not Grievous;"
evening, a Sermon to young people on
"The Harnessing of Youth."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
S pperton���Rev! E, G. Thompson, JI.
A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
J1 a.in.; .".ening, 7 p.m. Sabbath |
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Y. P. S. C. B. Tuesday at
7::di) p.m. Morning, "Christ Among
the Common Things of Life;" evening,   "The Road to Moral Ruin."
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastar. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m
Morning, "The Sear of the Lord;"
evening, "The Redemption of the Play
Life."  .
SALVATION  ARMY���Services   will
be  conducted  in  the   S.  A.   barracks
on Sunday a- follows:    10 a.m., Sun-j
day Bchool;   11  a.m., Holiness;  ;: and j
7:30 p.m., salvation meeting.
MIOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Shildrick,
rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins 11 a.m.; evensong at 7 p.m.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., I'h.
r., minister. Services at 11 a. m. and
7 p.  m.    Sunday school '-t 2:'.0 p.m.
COLLI NGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. aud 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday S p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W, Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
B1RNABY MISSION���Pastor, H.
W. W. Bromwich, East Burnaby. Services as follows: East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
.erviee at 3 p.m.; young people's service at 7: 10 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
service at *> p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school at. 2:30 and preaching
h   7:30.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. K.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
Bad 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school a1 2:30 p.m; Epwortii
J.Mgiie Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
m.eting Wednesday at g p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
R. M. Tr.ompson. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
1:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
evening. Prayer me-vting Wednesday
evening.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
: ��� tween    Third   and
Fourtl   avi nues.   ("lass meeting at 10
a.in       Preaching  at  11  a.m.;   Sunday
��� veiling service, 7
p.m   '.iv Ada Forman, evangelist.
ST. PAI !.S REFORMED EPISCOPAL .      ::. Owen, rector. S.r-
and 7 p.m.   Holy Cora-
��� i- Qr ���     .ml iy in the month af-
' .:      ervli ".   Prayer meetlag
"i. Tl .   day i i 7 30 p m.
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
and women to come and Bee the splendid bargains in new and secondhand
furniture, as well us many other articles Of many kinds, including brooders, incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
large allohorn. guitar, autoharp, vlo-
���lln, etc, etc. We have some splendid walnut parlor furniture, very
aheap. Come and get good value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(M_pl_ Leaf
Label)
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P. O.  Box 665
Is gaining in favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritions of beverages.
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HOW  TO   OPERATE   a moving  picture   machine   at  home.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
How to make big money at entertainments and amusements.
��� How to obtain positions which pay ?35 per week.
��� How to become a finished operator.
+ We give instructions that are simple und Int. resting.
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��� We teach operators how to *>a.-s .-ill exami itions ���
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Commencing January 1st train for
Saattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
traiu for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train  for  Agassiz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to aud from all points.
Id servations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt. Vanoouwr.
Telephone 54.
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
-Canadiaa
Regulations,
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
Exactly   tlie   material  you   want
suits made to order.    Perfect lit ���
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
A-y ai
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
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in the ratlv,dy beu i/^^wiifc
bla'tt-*- ������  I ^steaded _,    ^
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S,tuilte.   Ent,
proxy may. however.be;
tain condition-
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Graniteware
the local land office for ti,
which the land
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son, daugute--, brother
intending homesteader. "     "C:to
Tbe homesteader is ren ;   ,
form the     ���,      ���     .^        '
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The Red City, by S. Weir -Mitchell  $1-50
The Last Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by P..rrls $1.25
s Tracy
...$1.25
Emerson
Hough $1.25
Cy  Whlttaker's   Place,  by Lincoln $1.25
Get-Rich-Quick   Walllngford,   by
Chester $1.25
Life of Ian Mac La ren, by W. R.
Nichol]    $1.75
dust arrived���Pull and complete stock Graniteware, in all the vv������.���
newest designs, and at thi   low.  i   po I'   ��.    (,n!l   In  ami   In-
spect our stock; no trouble to -how same.
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steader resides upon a (arni ,���*
vicinity of the land entered ���������
requirem,n     ' lence m.Ji
eatisfied by such PerBon r^/*
tbe father or mother. *    j
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ed by him in t_e vicinity of hi
stead, the requln menta  as
'ilence may be satisfied by
^upon the Bald land.
Six mouths' notice in wridn-tsiwl
;be given to the 0 ,       '.--refill
Inlon Lands at Ottawa uf Imentlolj
apply for patent.
COAL.- Coal mining rights nn,
] leased for a perl ��i   '      -.���-.. L
at  an  annual rental of Ji
Not   more   than 2560 acn-s
le ised to ouo Individual or so
A royalty at the rate of five cents M
ton shall be collecte-l on   flu- tti.\
ohnntat.Ie coal mined.
w. w. com,
Deputy of the Minl.-er of ��he h'ttnl
Just   received���a shipment   of   new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, ami light automatic macWn-
ery.
Alex. Speck
-('olunil.in St.    "Man on  the Wheel."
PENITENTIARY  SUPPLIES.
Sealed tenders addressed "Inspec-
to .- of Peniientiaries, Ottawa,'' and
endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,' v,lii
be received until Thursday, ^ath
March, inclusive, from parlies desirous of contracting for supplies, for the
fiscal year 1909-miJ, for the following
institutions, namely:
Kingston Penitentiary. '
St. Vincent de Paul Penit. i.tiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, E.linonton,
Alta.
Separate tenders will be received
lor each of the following classes ot
supplies:
1. Coal.
2. Coal (lil.
3. Cordwood.
4. Drugs.
5. Dry Goods.
K.   Forage.
7. Fresh Fish.
8. Fresh Meat.
9. Groceries.
10. Hardware.
11. Leather.
12. Milk.
13. Oils and  Paints.
II. Pork and  Bacon.
15. Portland   Cement.
16. Sole Leather.
17. Tinware.
Details of information as to form of
contract, together with forms of tender, will be furnished on application
to the wardens.
\ All supplies tire subject, to the approval  of the warden.
DOUGLAS STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Pertltentlaries.
Department of Justice, Ottawa, February 27, 1909.
i the pro; os ti  site described by metes
iand bound.--; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each In the office ot
tbe Registrar oi Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, in which
District the work is proposed to lie
constructed;   in  accordance   with   tbe
. requirements  ol  Section    7    of    th*
"Navigable   Waters   Protection   Act,
Cop. 115, R. S. C, 1906.
Dated at  New  Westminster, B. C
. this 30th day of January. A. D. 1909.
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NOTICE.
Of Application for Wharf ahd  Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
Notice  Is hereby  given  that I  iho
Undersigned, E. '.Mercer, of the City of
New  Westminster, 11.  C,  Contractor,
having applied to His Excellency the
Govornor-in-Council   for   the  approval
of a certain sit,, for the construction
of a uharf ami marine slip situate Ol
the north shore of Lulu Island on thi
North Arm of the Fraser River hav..
deposited   with  the    Honorable    the
Ministv   of Public Works at Ottawa
plans ni    ai,i wharf and    slip    way
which I propose to construct on land
covered with , ater, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
757, proup one, \ew Westmin tei Dl
'. -t with a desi rip I m of
Thsss
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full 14 Kt. Bclid Gold���cut
on right band may be had
in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-J
ent, as desired, either in J
plain or engraved fiulah,
as preferred.
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>ou 11.10 for it.
Cutow itrr I. our fameu* en,I J
TopulAr Kin  <>rM Ink   Pengil.
cimi'lete leek | r. , f trlutltph, u.r.
| be  cArried   ib   Any   position   In I
piicket or ihorpil'll b��r, wrl|^, ftl |
Ally   ��i..'li   Al IIrtl touch.    I'litl-
innn    llprlnpl   feed,   Iridium
point, |ioilihed vulcinlied ruhbrr I
cam,  tetre cottA  fiiilih.     Retell
everywhere   for IM..M1.      Ak^ui. I
WAUted.   Write for terms.   Wrilo |
now " leit you forget."    Addr.
'���La��jhlin Mfg. Co.*��
**-     Ma,��Etlo Bldg..
Detroit- MJ.h
Prime Mutton and Veal
Pork  of Excellent Flavor
Direct trom the Plant and Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors j
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
mmWmm9m*mnm*\ rURDAY.  MARCH   13
1909.
THE BAILf NEWS.
PAGE S��\rE.
The Daily News
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
PHONES:
A 22���Business  Office,   Sixth   Street.
B 22��� Editorial  Rooms, Front Street.
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
News you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
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PHONES:
A 22���Business   Office,   Sixth   Street.
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
MILLINEKl OPENING
PffiTT. DESIGNS
Ed-arming d splaj of Becoming Goods
at  Co    s-.tr  _. Co.s   Store���At
tractive Features.
With th . g ()��� the spring ��� a
, son, and approval  ol    warmer
weatb. ...  ... advent oi lit :
1 r ���>. I - the    fascination of    the
[spring millinerj opening* draws . rerj
Ind.. to the leading houses where maj
li be > - atest    creations from
Paris loveliest results oi ex
pert. :. .  .    stic.si ntlinent lo the
xv"i   i  ��� ���     fasl .. .-.       Vii-siminst, r  is
fortunate in the efforta made bj
i mi :\ hants In i  Is line   of   busi n ss,
hand there Is no | to go out of
town to secure the raosl appropriate
off. its ;:: .. . Ilni B.
W, S   i     Ister ,- Co  have a spli n
i J dhl assortment ol choli ��� mil im rj   .
pln>id  in their spacious, well-lighted
I showrooms.      it    |s    v   ' ill Ij   ,. tn ..:
'I for lovers of fashion ..   examine the
fine ��� on. The "rose" trimmings,
in their myriad forms, are the tea
of the display, mostly of the larger
ishapes The large Gainsboroughs aro
again prominent, and all varli les i
jitho mushroom shape with its trimmings of natural shaped flowers _
wings, may be Inspected. The
I, tm- ans, some with algi ettes . another specialty,
Th,. many burnt, tan, and copen-
, hapon blues are .all represented, very
attractive this season, thi ti -
i braids, sati-i ribbons, ami su; n finished silks are on vie* In mar: fo ras
I Tho showing is worth examln Hon,
! and il. prices aro within the n ach o
i all pockets,
A  s; eclalty  i< mn i i   of    rea :   I
wear department.     There are many
other    spring   iiiivi-i is    on  dlspla
through tin- store.
Bank of Montreal
: SI -BUSHED 1817
CAPITAL        $14,400.0-0.0*
RESERVE            11,000,000.00
Branches  ifc.oug_.oal   ....   ...   and Newfoundland, and in !_-_��-_, Rne-
.v.i     New Y.irk. Chicago ���ind S]   k.me, V   .   A., and Me_ on City.   A genera;
liking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with  correspondents  in all  parts   of.
i orld.
Savings   Bank   Department-Deposits received  in  sums of $1   and   _$���
-I**, and Intel s: allowed at 3 percent, per annum (present ���rate.)
Total   Assets  over $168,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.   G    D.  BRYMNER.  Manager.
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The Bchedule for the ��� - > -- ,i erli b
i of the husin.-.ss league has now been
| drawn up, and Is ns follows:
March   1.".���Hard wire vs. R, C, Mills
Marcli 17���Carpenters vs. Real his-
j tate.
March 19���Real Estate vs. Qroc
March 22    Grocers vs.   U.  C.   Mills.
Marcli L'l Hardware vs. Carpenters
I    March 26���Real U-tate i     ll'..  ire
Marcli 30   Carpenters    vs.    R.   U.
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��� In  any  part of the  vorld  Hills
1 or Exchange, Drafts and Orders
��� on   all   countries   bought    an<|
sold.     Canadian    Tankers'  As-
BOclatton  Money Orders nold.
Branches throughout Canada.
���v Manager,
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
V'.i.-iin... .-ir. ,�� and Dtciiets m All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes,.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
P  r,   Boa ITI        T l   53,       Ren. ��_9.
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Iron  Works
JOHN REID. Proprietor.
Tenth Street,  ���   Mw Westminster
Inteiurban  Line.
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twenty minutes |or hoth Sap-
pferton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
ii-.--, alter, and forty minutes
after, commencing at (.20 a, m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten tnlntttes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing' at tl:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:80 a, tn, and 11, p. m.
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Westminster   and    Thistles    Meet    at
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their Crockery and
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
The most Important    game  in  the
Vancouver district football  ieague to- |
day is the match between Westmin- i
a, ,   and the  Thistles  at   Recreation
i li,   kickoff is ni il p.m. and ,'
the home team has Imitated the prac- j
tlce  "i   Mew   V.ai's   Day. when   ihey j
brought Hewitt and Mitchell from the
island to beat the Rovers, having the !
luck bj  the margin of a goal.    Both :
again figure on the team.     The This-,
ties  line  up:   Forrest,  Strange,  iiun-
zeon,    Mi Lean,   Summers,     Neilson,
Barker,   Mitchell,   Hewitt,   Steele and1
Suttiv  Reserves,  Wilson. Spence and
Ronnie.
The visitors will be selected from
Watson, Bruce, D, Klrby, Lock S;iw-j
yers, Carse, Haves, Shawcross, Johnston, Caydzlen, Crtiig und Reid,
il Heain. may reach Van- I
in c lor the game, in which
case they will figure on the Westminster forward line, having been registered for many weeks.
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BOWLING
If so we have Dominion, Xordhei-
mer. New Scale Williams and other
makes, also one beautiful mahogany
player  piano.
Sewing Machines ��� Singer and
Wheeler & Wilson.
Talking .Machines���Edison and Victor.
Ii 011 have a talking machine, sign
this nd. and inclose to us. We will
mail you each  mun'h a
records,   free.
Nexl week will be a bus*)  time for
,' local pin smashers, in addition
i to the house league -una- Monday
evening, The "Ad. Spares' ol Vnncouver will play the Westminster Sav.
and Wednesday night will also witness a double header, when the Vancouver Stars will he hero to play the
local*. Dnrinp the week representative howlers will be select vl to send
to the Victoria tournament which
takes place the latter pari of this
month.
Tho telegraphic league score for
the  week was 2523.
As the Hardware bowling team did
not turn out to play the sc!,,iuio game
last   night, the Royal City Mills took
their place in the name with the Gro-
:atulogue of' cers.    The Grocers took three points
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Name
Addres
J. li, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA   -TREET.
by  default.
score:
ROYA I
rhe  follow In
was   lilt
CITY MILLS.
1,     '.' 3. Tot,
Roy 135 12T 119 381
Campbell \Xi 127 119 38]
Smith ins 152 166 426
Baillle 116 126 ns 360
.Latham 12'.' 186 154 469
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The Pearson Electric Co.
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Electric Wt'i'ks)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.    Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.
Totals 62?.   "IS   67il Wl?
GROCERS.
I.     2.     :: Tot.
MvUrooro 100   151    131    382
Deans ...    156   151     94      101
Gilchrist V,'2    14'.��    128      409 |
McKercher mn
Latham lan
116
181
ill
170
501 I
Totals
.641
'Is    634    202M
This Week Only
AltK GIVING
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Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   F-ont   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Phould  I    1 "ii    Iti d If you wiur  ���'.
-111 furniture or an auction conducted
Live siock  Implement  auction held
every Friday morning on Westminste
Maiket; and every Saturday mornln
-���ii Vancouver nun ket.
l*o' - splendid Incubators ver
'1 In 1 .������  young  fresh     cows. *
mi" w Ith  calf 2 weeks old, $7
BRITISH SAILING SHIP
MANNED   BY  FOREIGNERS;
Melbourne, March   12.���A    striking
Instance Of how  the  British  sailor is
being ousted has been bronghl under'
the notice of tlie minister of customs. '
In a report  to the minister, Dr. Woi- j
laston   points  out   there   is   a   liritish !
merchant ship registered at Glasgow 1
in pori at Mell ne, and thai she is
a mosi entirely manned bj foreigners, '
Out of a crew of 31, 28, Including the
captain nnd lii.-i mate, do not :-i"'ak I
English.    They Include nearly all the '
Kurop. an nationalise       The English-
speaking portion of the crew is made.
up of an Australian, a Booti hi ian and
an American,
CASTRO  GETS TICKET
FOR  VENEZUELA
Paris,   Marcli     12. -Clpriaim Castro,
"the  former  Presideni  of    Venezuela,
�� has engaged staterooms   for himself
and ih.' members    or   his   party on
0 "'''''��� I iiiian] the steamep Guadeloupe, Balling
0  $"ifl
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Izuela and West Indian ports,
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dren's White Wear.
NOW is the time to |
buy.
rosperity
A. J. BIRTCM !
Wc have found the philosopher's ston
What is it?
Gel Busy!)
There are opportunities for Invi .nli   ,
all around you.
We have real estate proposition, which wl
H liy  not  in veStlgnte?
round a recipe fur prosperity
ipportiinltips for enterprise
pay handsome dividends.
"THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Streel
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Spring Milllinery
Announcement
To every lady in New Westminster and vicinity we exti
a cordial invitation to visit our Spring Millinery Opening,
which takes place Wednesday, March 10th; Thursd
March 11th, and following days. We place on display
during these Opening Days the choicest and most stylish
array of Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats and Millinery Novelties. Those in charge have spared
no trouble to gather together ideas which clearly indicate
that our Millinery Department leads in correct style and
display. Our Millinery Section has been greatly improved
during the last few weeks. More light has been allowed
to find its way in, walls have been renovated and other
improvements made which make this department one of
the most pleasant and attractive in British Columbia. We
make this Spring display in order that our customers may
become acquainted with this season's newest styles, which
will be set forth in their most harmonious arrangement.
Plan to visit the season's Initial Millinery Display- WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
Take time to admire the many other Spring Novelties on
display throughout the store. Our store has never been as
full with new ranges of Spring Goods. LADIES' READY-
TO-WEAR GARMENTS, DRESS GOODS, WASH
GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR NOVEL
TIES. TRIMMINGS. Etc., all here in quantities, qualities
and styles such as you can not find elsewhere. We have
every confidence in the reliability of our goods, and we
desire our customers to feel the same way. You can become better acquainted with the values offered here by
examining our various lines. No trouble to show goods
or point out to you your advantage in buying here. Feel
free to look around during these display days.
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