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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
* NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
A88URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. TUESDAY  MORNING,   MARCH  23,   1909.
ill PASSES       iram to meet
Off HANKS   m mm m H
������������������
Meads of Fi
-t Jardine, J. B.Kenne-
-ighting Little  Republics  in
. . Central   America   Will    Fraternize
dyan- Mayor Keary Arei Soon.
Praised For Efforts.
Cit;   ol   Mexico,  March
A con-
,  meeting laal eve-
vnumiv ol ue- mattera arose
!COSslon and the civic estlmat. -
A   resolution   ot
toth.. men instrumental in Be-
Fra
fein.
jjoi' di
lift"
Itlriii-
vv'   *��   '
Ar
council   '"'' ''"  " U"' flv" Pre8'dents of Cen-
A1���, jtral American republics will be held
soon. Word has reached here that
Pre -i li n . Cabrera, of Guatema a;
Davlla, of Honduras, and Zelaya, ot
Nicaragua, have agreed to the proposed meetings, i, _. thought that
Iredge for West- Pi ii. nr Flgueroa, ol Salvador, and
tm president of Costu Rica will const ut to the Invitation. The purpose.
ot the gathering will i���- o ,i. vise
a... and means of living up :o tbe
letter und spirit ,,f the Washington
peace pact.
The news of the acceptance of Estrada ("abrera. of Guatemala, and his
enemy, Jose Santos ZeLayn, of NIcara-
���_0| the city hull hack to Clark-  gun, comes as an agrrab.e ..uprise to
re(.t, in order to house the elec- j the well-wishers for Central America.
icht'und other department-  of  . .
^'council'which  were overcrowded  pfi,S0N��R BREAKS AWAY
mgUDi j
jjdenpan Johnston said it might be
. |(  to make other ueeommoda- j
In ._, council chambers for the '
Liberals Return to Power.
'��� algary, March 22.-Only three Conservatives
were elected in today's provincial election, two being returned from this^city and one from Okotoks.
The next house will consist of 38 Liberals and 3
Conservatives.
GERMANY RAPIDLY     lANGLICAN CHURCH
INCREASING WARSHIPS!       ATTAINS JUBILEE
HAZINli (IF STUDENT
.
RESULTS IN HIS DEATH
������ <-.
���i!> 2i
College  Boy  Strung up by Heels to a
Tree and Left to M*et Untimely
Fate.
ORG :1ZE v
_^��SS0dj.lNN
City Hall  Extension.
��� ���_t of the necessity to pro-
iccommodatlon for the city
mni:ttee was appointed,
rmen Jardine, Hen-
Lssistii'- ��-
ITa__ Smith, to bring in a report at
I n��t meeting  with  reference  to
" .  ..,. ....  .. ilarly aa u> tho ex-
FROM   OFFICER'S  CHARGE
wenlenc. of P"1'11*" meetings.
f��a:..i- Keary said in looking to the
UVt they must expect to have to
^ the boarri of works' stable-* from
Jjerary reserve. If he had prop-
jrtj in the neighborhood he s_ouid
fftBgly obKt More room was rebel at 'b-- city hall.
The Fruhling Dredge.
| TV council   passed   n   re-i-.u-ion
aklngthe Hon. Dr. Pugsley, federal
liniK-r of publli  works, and Hon. W.
When OfficiT Hourke was taking two
men. Walter Oilman and J. Short, to
the police lock-up on Sunday, they
prov.-d unmanageable. Bourke had
hi��� hands full with Short, and unman got away, going Kick to his hotel
to sl'.p where he wus arretted during the evening. At the city police
court ��� nt-t'erday the mm were lin��-d
for fighting and Dllman sent up for
trial on a charge of breaking away
from lawful rt_ tody.
His honor Judge Howay heard the
case in the afternoon, w. G. McQuar-
(Improve thr channel of the _ r_s*-r
���ver.
wop. nun. minister  of  Inland   rev-
I* seating the FrnhUng dredge | *�� ^tiding  the prisoner,  and  released turn on suspended sentence, or-
i d��rir.g  two  sureties  of  *2_ U    to    be
i. Alderman  John-! forthcoming. In giving this .mall pei.
��tbe thanks of tbe council will be | uh* his bonor *������ Influenced by the
wr*. to j. B. Kennedy, cx-M. P., ��tM��meai of the prisoner's employer
mn Jardine mi Mayor Keary for j a'"�� rhi,f * Poll<" Mclntosb.
fir i_ortn 10 secure the dredge.
l__j.rKi-.n- sabl ther*- was no per-
���tivkok-����� more of the Inner work-
ter which be said did not commend
themselves  to Mr.    lllackninn.      The
Sdt-MMg- undertaking than he -' n��in''1'    "asnot    satisfied with :he
illilir.5- and the   th_nk6   of the  ���*wer fli>' supplied :ind following this
I)' Wft Mlly due  to Mr.   Jardine i on Aid Adams' motion it was lefl  to
M Mr Ktualy, wiihou; whom thelhe finance eommittee to advertise for
BW| i-ou would never have been  tenders   for crushed  rock,  pipe, and
fan...  T-ir thanks were also due ' cmeut.      II.   T.   Kirk's    tender    lor
[0. .1 K-.f-   resident engtheer of I $1545.45 for pipe and fitting- for the
le depanm-'-n: <>i public works, who   waterworks    system    was    acoeptea.
Id mi W�� hean on   the  IFruhllng Thers were six tenders received.
��� ind had   lone everything to     The  Council   went  into committee
pt-> It, ol the whole on the plumbing bylaw,
Board of Trade Room. but   did  rot  get  through a  clause, as
|T!ii> w t C  U  having applied for  they oould not agree on th,- definition
_��� J" ol "    Board of Trad,- room  of a "drain"    and "sewer,"   and   the
4e fourth Monday in the month (Committee ros.- mid reported progress,
��� wlr regular meetings, a debate  meanwhile  the city solicitor win be
Jfewion it.-  ill ged misuse of the consulted
|��'d room by parties who illd not ap- City  Scavenger.
to t-e council for permission. There were three applications R>r
���ujor Rear-     |_ _ne ii,_i,.s meet- the  ;iosltlon  of city  scavenger, from
n th.- room iu the afternoons did  W. 11. rtradbury, Limi Island:  J. Mc-
l:e*-Ue trouble to the janitor, but Broom, and P.  Booth.     On  a  ballot
P��themen'   n  ��� nugs in the .-ve-' McHroom  received  r.  votes,   Rooth  2,
[*:he room being left like ti bar-'and  Bradbury  1.      McBroom was ap*
"thoui the whisky, after oer- pointed,
P��(etlng_ had been  held.    He v- Withdrawal.
[ ll  that an arrange-      Aid. Qarrett  took occasion to with-
! draw a -tatement  which be had been
making, in company with others, m
Ignorance, that Superintendent of Wa
works S'ott    had   reported that the
swamp at Coquitlam lake   had been
cleared up by  the Vancouver Powi
" notify the Board I Company,    The   statement   waa   not
.  j,"' "'it condition <d  true, as no reporl of thai nature
ever  been  made  by liini to  the  Cltj
Council.
Miscellaneous.
_mong a large number of   minor
i quests conveyed In the applications
.   made was an offer of $533 f. o. b. from
i. "-1 with rei-, ih,. Waterona Engine Works Co., lor
1   Wl. nts of Interfer- two bind wheels for the road roller,
���i-,t . !''  ''" md dyke by ��� The board of works will deal with the
r��l!',"""   '" "!" Dawe 8WP-[matter.
|d��tril ���"J '���  applleaUon of     Th- appllcaUon of the school board
'"  -1"  likewise,  for j for electric light  at  the  Ixml  Kelvin
Kaiser to Have Thirteen of Fifty Years Since Establish*
Big-Gun Type Afloat By ment of Episcopate in
Spring of 1912. British Columbia.
Berlin, M.mh 22.���In view ot iu��-
a-.-, ition. made ln the British houhe
of couuuoils that Germany jn the
.-[irtug o. 1-12 would have seventeen
I arships, all of th.-m of tbe big gun
type, the navy department authorises
the statement that in the autumn of
l'j 12 German] wl.i have thirteen such
vesela. These will be the battleships
Nausrnu und West fai Cn, which will be
ready tor ^a In the autumn of ItHJS;
the battleships liheinland and Posen
and the crul.-4-r Von D_r Tann, which
will If rvsid' for ><���* tn the spring of
-910; thnv btittlohips to replJK-e iho
Qldenherg, Sled ried and Beowulf, and
a cruiser to replace tbe armored cruiser "_"." which, will be ready in the
summer or autumn of 1911* and three
ba-tlesjQjp to replace the Prlthof, Hil-
debrand and h'eirrtgahl, and a vessel
to replace the cruiser "H." which will
be ready for ?*_ in the Mifmn of
1912.
STEAMER SURROUNDED
BY MOUNTAINS OF ICE
Hidllax. K. 8., March 22.���Miles of
icefields imd b^rgs mountains high
were passed by the Purnes liner
Bvangeline which arrived from Liverpool on Saturday. Forty miles out
of hep course went the steamer to
avoid Ice, and even then she did not
gel rid of it all. From her foremast-
head .is far (us the i-y^ could see there
was nothing bu: ice for three days and
one night. Captain Philips stopped
the engines and lay-to, rather than
proceed dn th.- darkness.
i     This year is a notable one  in  Uie
j history of the province as commemorating the jubilee not only of the set-
i tlement of the lower mainland, but as
the ecclesiastical Jubilee of three of
Ui-   principal denominations claiming
a   Luge  portion of ihe adherents of
Piv-aatant churebps in the  province,
th- Anglican, Presbyterian .md Methodist congregations.
I Three  Churches.
The News  has already  referred  to
:the early days    of    Methodism    and
j Presbytarianlsm in  the province,  pa..-
jticularly  in  Westminster, and   refer-
j ence should be  made  to  the Church
of  England as  here    is located   the
������arli.--t  church on the mainland, and
the .ecleslastical se<- ha.    Its   headquarters ln this city.     Acknowledgment   is  made  here  to  the  "Church
Times," of  London,  England,    which
has d-alt with the matter, especially
with reference to the nrst bishop, at
som- length in a recent nrtlrle.
The Founder.
To  that good and  great lady Mls8,
Burd.'tt-Ooutts, aftei wards n baroness,
the  first step was  due.    With  Bplen-
did generostty she came forward, and j
-hough she had already bestowed one
bishopric   upon   South   Africa   and   a
second upon Australia, she added that
of  British  Columbia   with a  bequest,
which was sufficient to endow both the
new bishopric and also two archdeaconries, the value of which latter to
the Church of British  Columbia, not
only in  its early beginnings, but  still
(ConUnued on Page Seven.)
1*. Porte, Ind., March 12.- Count)
authorities last night started an Investigation un will probalj lead to
the arrest and prosecution ol several
.oung men students of the White
county school, following ths death of
Charles Stlntaon, B student, who was
hazed.
For some time, it ls said, the pupils
ol the schixil have shown B disposition to conduct the school themselves
and have driven seven teach-rs from
their positions. Las. week the latest
teacher arrived, and after calling ;he
chief trouble-makers together, administered a sound threshing. The ringleaders then accused young Stintson
of "tel.ing'' and hazed him Stintson
was taken to a tree near the school
building and strung up bj the heels,
it is alleged, and while dangling in
ihe air .frantically trying to reach the
ground hi-; tormentors stood by and
chided him. They l.-ft after a time,
and an hour later Stlnston was found
unconscious by a passerby.
Young Stintson did not regain con-
sciousness and died, without being
able to make known wno bad haz-d
him.
FIFT. FOUR JUNKS SINK
IN DISASTROUS TYPHOON
The Tyo Maru, when she reached
Victoria, brought news of the disaster
that overtook a fleet of Japanese sailing r-aft during a typhoon near Shim-
onosekt. At Shltnonoseki alone fifty-
lour Junks foundered. The British
steamer Tslnau rescued a man and
I is wife, the survivors of a suhnv-rge,*
|lmk. found clinging to n capsized
vessel in the Sen of -iip-ti. and '.he
French steamer Snlnzie took off six-
teen survivors of the sailing junk Veb-
i-u Maru. who were clinging to the
wreck during tbe gale. The rescue
was bravely done, the bout from tho
lin. r being almost swnmped.
GANGPLANK   GAVE
WAY;   THREE   KILLED
NEW  YORK  PLANS
UNDERGROUND  WALKS
ROBERT   KERR  TO
RETIRE   ON   PENSION
Bhrrow-ln-Purhos, Kng., March 22.-���
A gangplank connecting the battleship
Vanguard with the wharf collap^aed
Saturday. Fifty men were precipitated to the dock. Three of them
were killed and 40 Injured. The accident occurred in the VJckers Sons ���
Maxim yards.
n}^ '' ! villi the Hoard
1 1:^-   ���* lii. |;    R ,,
I to board.
fad i;,... .
Pttinih. |,aii
P wnie oontro]
not  lived  up to
citj clerk,
iiitirs. might
Tb, w. 'I
f
I
I AH.
;    �� permitted
to it  not  in-
���.- ties
U|v Island Dyke.
n of th,. board
f Piirpo.
���'    '     l"'1'' n    "I'liv.- inisi-   school wns referred to the lighting ''"���
sported that | partment
��"niKlll} ���. ;
���Won ,
��t the
i
��""i:ii., ii
W(,|"n|.ai','!',|V    '   ''''    ,,;'w"   sl1l"'i     -M'l. Cray reported that the H  '
^;l0^mlM'on had been grant
la"'l were
"i was under the|R, Were ready to lay heavier Bteel on
Columbia street, changing over from
to to 60 pound steel. The II C B. it
wil!  be    allowed  to    lay the heavlei
Bteel, subject to the grade noi '
changed.
A communication    from
Placed to proteol
Insufficient,
���Ut thM. t"    ''    McDonald had
P'N  wth   '   ""' ""' "or,ion ,n"
��� lb,
Ir. ]
llB|
nith,. n       '     BUPertntendent
�����$__.!!   hlpyard compnny to
1- into
to
proper shape
'"��� M .r,.,;",''? ���,.1' "'" Council, nnd
'Ij'kr, ,,.���.
!;'tl Sfa,
����t th��
r*Port
do
Th, .    "'*'
;il<"Wisi. when
car-
iie   sec ������
,     Wn'  adopted.
Af,,. , "�� Street Sewer,
^'M-n,,;'11'1"" Black
** �� .,��� ,:, ���   In the qi.
'mini   bail
tary of the B. c Antl-Tuberi uloili !;,,-
claty, Dr, C, I Cagan, a��Wn_ for financial assistanoe for Tranqulll
rlniii. wiih referred to the flnav " C
COUNTY COURT CHAMBERS.
County Court Chambers yesterday
bofer his honor .lutlge Howay:
Kbinr vs. Birmingham. Order by
consent to take evidence of witnesses.
���. D .Wilson for plaintiff. H. L. EJd-
monds foi  defendant.
McKei vs. Allen. Over holding tenants act Set for April 5, , J. If. Grant
made application.
i'a.ch vs Bridge, Order for payment
out made Adam S. Johnston far W.
Norman Bole, K C, on behalf of the
nlnlntifl
Br.intford  Cuts  Tax   Rate.
Ilruntford,    unt.,    March  22.- - i he
Cltj Council struck the tax rate ai -i
I  , a reduction of one-half mill on
I ,iiv rate,     The civic expendl-
due   to street    paving was the
I irgest on   record,   but from the In-
,,l   assessable     income   |15,I	
more taxes wen- derived
Buys Lumber  Business.
Winnipeg, March 22.���.1. D. McArthur bus bought out the retail lumber
business, of the (Ceewatin Lumbei
Company, of this city, paying $60,000
cagh to Senator   Gibson    to seal the
,r, .mi it was mainly owned by
Ottawa capitalists.
initio. .
.1. 0, ixirr-e. n member of tl
mil with
board, waited on ths Con
erence to the    Improvi
West Id . or Lord Kelvin   chool unU
we . Un- plww|8upiBrlntenden< tjttrnes   dlred
Sen Claims Ghastly Toll.
New York, March 22.���Two hundred
ami twenty-one persons perished h.
-blpwreck and eighty-nine vessels BMI
with disaster off the \ew KngUintl and
liritish North American coasts during
],,. fall and winter season of 1908-W,
which ended tonight. Of the eighty
nine veseli cast ashore or lost nl ��� '
nl_ steamers and fifty-six sailing craft
.  r- totally wrecked.     The total loss
exceeded $3,ooo.onn
N.w York, March 22.   The remarkable scop.,   of   Greater   New York's
I plans for providing adequate transportation facilities is indicated in a Btate-
ment  issued here  today  which  shows
f ihat  the  expenditure  of nearly  $500,-
| n-0,0n.    is    contemplated.     Of    this
'.uiiouni nearly $100,000,000 is included
in projects for tunnels and subways,
j Work involving a fourth of this tota,
j will probably begin before the end of
11...- present year.
A continuous transit line, which pro.
,io-vs an eight million dollnr system
of moving sidewalks hen,-ath the most
crowded business centres, is also planned.
LOST  FOR  TWENTY  YEARS
MAN  RETURNS TO FAMILY
Chicago,   Marcli     22.-   After  an   lib-
ence of twenty years. John Al.v. returned to bis wife in  Kvnnston today,
having linen found by a son of nn
orange rancher near Whlttler, Cai,
; When In- disappeared search wns
made In many clules. -He was later
given up as dead,
Waterspout Is Observed.
Portland, Or., March 22.���The local
weather bureau this evening received
a wireless message from the commnn
ilcr of the steamship W. S. Porter, in
latitude ll north l".r�� west, reporting
thnt .1 watorsponi passed very close to
His vessel yesterday afternoon.      The
-pout wns traveling from   southwest
1 -ward  the northwest.
Britain Proposes Russian Alliance.
St.    Petersburg.   March   22.���ll     Is
learned that among other things ills-
cussed  at the special  state    council
held  al   Tsarskoe-S..0    on    Saturday
evening was an important   communi-
1 cation   from England which ls    tant-
' amount to a proposal for a political
and financial alliance >>etween Russia
and  Great  Britain.    The  communication  promised  a market  for    Russian
loans in case of hostilities   nnd    cooperation In other ways.
Winnipeg .March 22.���Robert Kerr.
pasBenger truffle manager of the C. P.
FL for many years, Is to be i.iir.-'d on
a pension, nnd Mr. W. K. Mclnnis,
Height traffle manager, will succeed
Mr. Kerr, having control of both the
freight and passenger truffle ib-pilrt-
ments.      Mr. Utnlgnn Is appointed to
the position of freight traffic manager,
having com roi of the whole freight
system under Mr. Mclnnis. and his
headquarters will be in Montreal.
BUSY BURGLARS HAD
WORKING   AGREEMENT
Chicago, March 22. Proof of a
working agreement between gangs 61
burglars has been discovered by the
police. After raiding one house und
making five arrests, offlci rs went to
another district and captured another
group, Properly itolen by the flrst j
gang was found in the possession of
the second and later developments
showed that an agreement existed between the crooks whereby the territory of each other was respected
BATTLESHIP OFFEKEII TO
BRITAIN BV NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, New Zealand, March
lv. The New Zealand governmenl baa
offered to defray immediately tbe cost
of a first class battleship of ths
Dreadnought type   Also a second one,
if necessary. Tills is ill addition to
tha annual grant of one hundred thou-;
sand i-oiinds given by New Z>:i!nnd
to the Admiralty, which has ng conditions attached regarding tho keeping of vessels in New Zealand waters.
It is expected Australia will follow
-suit, the Australian cabinet having
the matter under consideration.
F>IA.   J
" in   *
Baseball Ei_J__iisiasts See Fine
Prospects Ahead -Officers
Elected, Umpires Named.
The baseball bug has arrived!
Moved bj a kindred spirit, some
ti--- ������ dozen fans assemi led at tne
Russell hotel yesterday evening and
pr. ided to organise the Westminster Bus .,, association, electing officers as follows:
Hon, presldi nt. Dr. c. EC Dobertj.
president, Sid, Malcolmson. vloe-pres.
di in. C. li Mi Lean, seen tary, Kllis C.
Turnei : treasurer, \v. K. Sinclair.
These, together with a representative
from each of the teams tn the league,
will conduct the business of the association.
Ten  Days' Grace.
A1 least four, probably five, team-
will be in tbe league. Columbian
college has not definitely decided
whether to enter, and has been given
ten days in which to give an answer.
Any other team wishing to join lc
given the same option as the college,
but It is not thought likely there wi.1
'he mon.- than live foams in the
league.
Thes.- are the four .iggregaUona iil-
ready formed: Balmorals (manager.
Sid MalceLmson), Young Liberals
(manager, w. Sayce), Russells (man-
Bger, C. G. M-Lean). Cubs (inanairer.
Walter Cunningham).
Quick W.ir.
The business of the meeting was
carrl.-d through with considerable
promptitude, no lengthy speeches being tolerated. Sid M.-lrolm��m, who
occupied the chair, discharged bis
duties with th. ,-ase which only long
experf, no1 In such matters cast
.ring
Details Settled.
Following the general meeting an
executive meeting waa held, with C,
G. McLean in the chair. It was d<*-
clded that all players already signed
vould be held to tbflr contra .:s, and
that anyone declining to be so bound
bound would be leak with by th<-
exocutive. Any player dissatisfied with
h.s team, or bavin- a grievance with
his managi r or captain, will bo grunt-
- 1 his release after presenting satisfactory reasons to tbe^-xecutive, who
will nssign lii 111 to one of the other
teams tn the league.
The consent 0f ti���, manager or cap- ..
tain of the opposite team will bo n<*c-
essary before ,1 player can be added
to the strength of a team which goes
on the field a man short. Refusal to
accede to the request of their opponents to play without a full team wil
result in the game being lost by default.
Wealth   of  Color.
The Russells will wear green and
r.d uniforms, the Cubs will don sober
garments ol grey and blue, the Young
Liberals wlll be conspicuous in blu.-
and white and the l-almorals will bo '
swathed in  red and blue rags.
All monies collected at games win
be pooled and u*..,i by the executive
for  ths   running   expenses   of    the
club.
Double Hc.-ider on  Good  Friday.
a double-header win be played on
Good Friday it Qugen'l park, when
the ikiliii"-,ii will meet the Ruweljs
at 1:30 p. 111.. and the Cubs will clash
with tbe Young Liberals at hnl-pasi
three o'clock.
Bach team manager la Instructed to
forward to the uoratary of tbe association a list of the men who Wlll
play on his team before tbe first
scheduled game of the season.
An effort is to bt- made to sell 160
tickets in 11.00 oach. Offlclnl umpire*
for th"- season vren --beted: Dr. c.
I". Doherty. J. A Cunningham. S \V
Ho.Hey and A.  W   Gray.
BLUE   FUNNEL LINER
HAD  EXCITING  TRIP
Eight New Stores for Blaine.
Blaine.   March   22.���Work has been
commenced    by    Messrs.    Booker &
Campbell  on  the    foundation of the
new stores on Washington nve-
,    wv-n fl and  IT streets.
Victoria, B, C . March 22. The Biu,-
Fnnne] liner Oanfa arrived here this
morning from Liverpool, via Oriental
PK>rtS, wiih 7000 tons of cargo and 72
Chinese, The latter were landed here
and the steamer departed for Tacoma.
At Joddah 1000 half-clad pilgrims
from Mecca were taken on board the
Ganfa and conveyed to Singapore.
Qoon after they embarked smallpox
Ib.roke out and was with difficulty
ahsfeked. One of the religious enthusiasts leaped overboard in broad
daylight, but no sooner had his body
struck the water than he was seized
by a shark nnd devoured In sight ol
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
TUESDAY. MARCH
23,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL, BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
Man wants but little here below; but he wil| have to advertise
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there is no
bellows with all its little might till some one gives it something to cur
if he expects to ge. it.     Advertising it ay not bring visible  results every week in proportion to its cost, any moro that    a    salesman    does   h
longer any doubt.      "When  the dimpled  baby's hungry,  what  does the  baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and merely   sweetly  coo;   the   huno     ^
urb its appetite... The infant with the i ottle which stills Its fretful cries, a lesson plainly teaches;  It pays to advertise."���Chicago  Record Her_i_ baby
WANTED
FANCV   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
WANTED ��� JUNIOR REPORTER.
Must have good education, one with
knowledge of shorthand and typewriting preferred. Apply Daily
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
WANTED���GIRL TO HELP IN GEN-
eral housework. Apply Mrs. P.
Latham, corner Third avenue and
Fourth  street.
WANTED���General servant. Appl.
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near Fourth  avenue.
HOUSES TO   RENT.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTR.
.breeder, 101!) Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, p.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Coekn-ls for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|ti your requirements.
MACHINE   WORKS
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON <_ AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply B., Dally News Office.
W. E. FAl._S, THE FURNirUl'E
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 3S��'.. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  p.  O.  Box  811.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, alsp one small' one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
MRS.  RUNACRES,  216    SIXTH ST
opp.     Queen's    Avenue     Cnurch.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; Lest work
reasonable prices, phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
J.RITCHIE, AR.nl. IRON (I BLOCK
REAL  ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 1!. C.
���P. 13. Brown, manager, V. 6. Box
556, phone 334.
TWO  ACRES,  five  miles  out,  al   a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an Ideal  chicken
ranch al Bmall cost; $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the best pari  of Bur-
TAil ORS.
and mi as suiting., fn^
J*��* repal        . n !ihotl
Plume   B350.
men's
in ladle '
naby at $100 each, 50
terms.
(over Johnston's snoe Btore).   Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and    commercial    work,    amateur j roYAL CITY
work, etc.
130: easy
REALTY
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
.lotta  Ant.Hi, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and Of G. F. Simv Mus.    Baa, Oxford,,  England, will give lesson. Ink   HUDS0Ni WAI___ PAp__R<  ROuM
PAPER   HANGING AND DECOR
ATING.
singing and harmony.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanltas;
house painting; lea. oiuiniiig, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
COMPANY,
Columbia street, near train Office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, suburban
traits,    farm   lands,    and chicken
ranches.
<_
PEERS & RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance.   Burnaby property a
Fraternal s��cieties
I. O. O. F.-AMITY I.ODUE, NO.
Tbe reKular  ''���" ol this iod-, I
.ire hold In Od
h'.a street, e*       v
nt 8 o'clock.
evening
B, C. MONUMENTAL WORKS., JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.  Satisfaction  guaranteed.
��� Columbia street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Arch.r, proprietress)'. Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or l ie, tea, coffee or milk.
specially.    Room   7   Ilamlc
P. t). Box 45$, phone 361.
_    OORBOULD,
block.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
KENNY'S    RESTAURANT   &   CAFE
Tickets, 21  meals    for $4.      Home
cooking.      Meals, short orders, oys-j
ters.     All white cooks; no Oriental!
labor employed.      Open    day    and
night     Opposite tram offlce.
ROLLER  RINK.
DIAMOND    _    OORBOULD,    SIXTH
street!
FOR    SALE���HALF    MILE    WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
F_K SALE���12-o-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all tinder high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$2f>o an acre.
-OSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE N,
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND   B 5
Rod Rose Di Beconilffl
Fourth  Wedm   ' -   nf i -,. h ���,���.(
In  K. of P.  Hall, rvMu_       ,'.,.
K p. m.. White i: - _ v   ���<.,, r^J
Wednesday    in   eat . _ onti,
time and  place.
���a I
,.  O.   U.   W.���FRASE.K  LOCUfc -,,(���
���Meetings the Brst and ihlr.i Ta��|
day ln each month. vii
brethren cordlall) nivm-d toatia.1
Lodge room. A. 0, r. W. hall. 0^1
fellows'   blork,  Clarksoa street
20URT  BRUNETTE, Mo. 4099, l,o;,|
���Meets the Fourth ETTlday In j
mouth  at  8  o'clork. ln the
hall, Oddfellows' block.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.    |
  I
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS- ;
temizing.    Gulnn   &   Fairley, phone
4117.     48   Flack block,   Vancouver, j
B. C.
 . i
C. HAMBER,* ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
*
\V.  D.  GOODFELLONV,  ARCHITHCT.
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN    IRON    WORKS,    LTD.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, be-e
supplies,    etc.      -010    Westminster
road,   Vancouver,   and   branch  nursery at  South Vancouver.
PACIFIC PYTHL.N SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours: Morni ig, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evming, 7:30 to 10.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
STENOGRAPHY   A   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
REAL  ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
Boilermakers    and    General    Plate
Workers.       Boilers,      smokestacks,
chutes,    conveyors,    air    receivers.
sheet iron work.    Telephone 324, P.'GEORGE E.  MARTIN,    BARRISTER
O. Box 442. j     and   Solicitor.     Guichon   block,   Co-
 ]     lumbla   and   McKenzie   Sts.,     New
:     Westminster,  B.  C.
LIVERY STABLE. I
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT.  ARCHITECT-
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and B&Chle Street. Now Is
the time to get curtains and blank-1
GARDINER   &   SHERRIFF,   ARCH1
tects,  Guichon  block.      P.  O.  Box
772.      Phone 2'i'2-
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
etn ready for sprinf
183.
Ring up phone
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrlcaJ machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
NV. N. DRAPER. B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster. B. C.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
i Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
I _
F. NASH, B. C. LAND SURVEYOR.
5 and 6 Hamley block, New v.- -v
minst-T.
RING UP   PHONE   185   FOR  Ql'lCK
delivery of Parcels, etc.   Reasonable
WHITE  ,SH1L_I_ & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store next to telephone office.
STORE���On Columbia street, Sapperton, to rent;  $15 per month.
FOR BALE���Several large lot. on car
line,   Burnaby,  for  $100   and   $l--r>
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc Province offlce, Co-
Itimbia street.    Phone 62.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGIEU
Aerie No. 20 - Meets every Twsii|
evening at 8 p, ni, In :he Eagle,
hall, Columbia street. A. Qui
W.  PreB.;   H. Schofleld, Secretaiyl
THE  ROYAL TEMHLAR8 OF ffl
PERANCE meet  every Wei
at  8 o'clock p. m., ln OddWIc
hail. Columbia street
lUNo OF  SCOTLAND BENEFITI
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE|
CAMP, 191.���Meets ou the First!
Third  Tuesdav ol every tuunth 1
K. of P. ball.   Cbkt W, SutMHa
each;   $25  down,  balance  at
cent.
7   per
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance, wholesale and
retaii flour and feed, carriages and
vehicles of all kinds. Phone 335.
186 Columbia St. P. O. drawer 100.
ABBOTT _ HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Rea: estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P, 0. Box 247.
Phone 321.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand   goods.     Speck   &   Crandell,
near Train office.
I.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special at trait ions provided during
tlie season. Advance ticket ollic-'.
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
O.   O. F.��� Royal  City  Looge. Nol
���Meets   In  Oddfellows' Hall,
umbla Street, svery Friday evet|
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting   i-t_.ni
be    made    welc me    0. E. Gil
N. G.: C. iv Ot orne, P, G. re��H|
lng secretary.
charges;  quick service.
Parcel Delivery.
Royal City
J. .1. JOHNSTON,  DUi'ONT   buOCK,
Columbia .street, phone 169.
FOUR    and    a    half    acre    block on
tin- North Road,   only    a   mile and
a half from  car terminus,  Sapper-
ton;   prices and terms very  reason-'
able.
THE EDISON THEATRE, COH.sER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WOODWOHKING.
NV ESTMINSTER WOODWORK 1 N< I
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, Stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work.    Designs and esti
mates furnished,
prletor. Works;
and car line, P.
473.
.1.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner   Eleventh
O. box 254, Phone
OTHER     FRATERNAL   SOClETlfl
include the Union Lodge, NU|
F. and A. M.; King Bolomoal
No. 17. A.  K.  ana A   M. L 0-
No. 1150; L. O, I... No. IBM;'
Sapperton, .No.  1683, I, 0. F' CJ
F.,   Court Westminster,  No.   .
Brotherhood of Ow's, Ken rtojj
BOARD   OF TRADt     Ne- W*"j
ster Board of Trade   m-itsl"!
Board Room, City Hall, as WH
Third   Thursday  of <*cl1
Quarterly   meetings  on t-��
Thursday    of   February.
August and  November, at �� M
Annual    meetings   on   the
Thursday    of   February.
members    may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly Wfl"fl
meeting.    A. E. White. 8*
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water..
Family trade a  tpecialty.
Tel. 113. Office   tight itreet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   6.   C.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Mormng  Paper.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROBB, ATLLN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily train., (except Sanday)
carrying passenger:-., mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
croi and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
I   H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
COAL COMPANY EXPECTS    j
TO DEVELOP TRADE IN D.C,
Removal   of   Duty  on  Combustible   Ex
ported to America Would Have no
Effect on B. C. Industries.
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN��� a
THE        DAILY NEW.
WcEttnuister's Home Paper.
__    .*
Nanaimo, March 22.���The management ot the Western Fuel company,
Interviewed regarding the possibility
of the removal of tbe import duties
on coal passing between Canada and
thi United States said that they believed that reciprocity lu coal between
the States and Canada would be a
good thing for both countries. So far
as British Columbia is concerned, it
would tend to extend the field in' tho
State.- where its coal could be marketed and inasmuch as there is no
American coal imported into British
Columbia, the removal -if the duty
by Canada could not have any effect
on any of the existing industries hi*re
and particularly as British Columbia
coals an- of a high .uidard.
Tin- Weslern    Fuel company   I
b<   >i making a specialty of dove.!
na le In British Columbia and is now
mark, ting fully 65 per cent nf ll
put In British Columbia.   But In
to keep its mines working to ca
it   is   ol llged   nt   present   lo
oiitbt   in  other  countries  and
States i- the only field avallabli
company would welcome the dn   ���
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
PADEREWSKI SEIZED WITH
RHEUMATISM IN ABM
its entire output ran
British  Columbia.
marketed In
Nervy   Japanese.
iiuHiim, March   22.���The   Japanese
who  was  Injured  from  tbi   explosion
! 01 dynamite while clearing land on the
' Dorr    ranch    exhibited    con Idera-bh.
'nerve when It was found that tbe am-
i putation of    an  arm    wan neci    ary.
During   the    operation    thi   lapanetfl
coolly gazed into a looking gl    i ,ind
latched   the   amputation,   refui ng  to
take an anaesthetic.
Eight New Store, for Blaine
Blaine,   March   22.���Work i      ,. ,.���
commenced    by    Messrs,    Hooker &
Campbell on  the    foundation       tM
v.ht new stores on  WMhlni .,.,.
iv between 0 and II streel
MAIL  STOLEN  FROM
TRAIN  IS  RECOVERED
Spokane, March 22.���A portion of
the registered mail of the Seattle postmark, Htolen from Great Northern
Train No. 4 December 9 near Hlllynrd
by two .bandits, was discovered today
cached beneath some Bmall pines in
the northern part of the city. The
mall was but slightly mutilated, and
It was evident that the envelopes had
been hastily opened in a search for
money, The contents of the sack
were entirely exposed to the weather,
but bulging from the fact that only
those   letti r.
Famous    Pianist  Cancels   all   Engage
ments and Starts for New York
in Special Car.
.Milwaukee, March 21.- Fader, -ki
wlll not appear in Milwaukee ou '1 les-
day night. All his dates lor next
week are canceled and the famous
fifanist is now speeding to New York
in his special car.
The couse of hls sudden change of
plans is an acute attack of rheumatism ln his arm. which prevents him
from playing.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land D"1"*
District of Saywa"1
Take notice thai t, ''��� w
o_ Vancouver, oi   ipntlon ��
tend to apply for permtoilo-IJI
chase tn- following descrlbedjl
Commencing at a poii !*�������
the north shore ol .-"'��h T,n^
thence  following  the show_���
southerly,   westerly.    ��orUJW
easterly back to point of    *
ment, taking in the whole
talning 200 acres more
���r *��-���
c. w. PRE-TO*
Dated Feb. 2nd, 19M
MAKE  YOUR  ApPEAL/;%.
through the columns of J"      1
NEWS,    The Morning rw
TWO   WOMEN   CONTEST
FOR  MANGLED REMAINS
Take notice,
lll.lt
ncciil'8
Spokane, March 21.���A special from
Wallace,    Idaho,    to    the    Chronicle,
says:     Kaeh claiming that the twenty
pounds of bltn of mutilated flesh nnd   slon
bones heaped In a dirty nail keg are I
ill the mortal remains of her husband,   planted at tl"' ,,���
NOTICE.
New Westminster D',!
District of New ***��*>
tri.
hiirirt
FW.
;|t_�� '
Pitt Meadows, B. ' |uI
ried lady, int ends "';'%KTf tf I
t<>    1
mrchase
he   I0��
nenclai
ul*1
,!""!" ,,0_S-_.ji
two   widows   of   victims of Wednes- 1020, thence wesi
thence i
���a-it
.III*
Bt    the   bottom  were
v'ri" i ���"���ll' '���   the Back  hnd not been
tai ro mors Mian ;, month.
"-  registered    Seattle
cured al tin
Six sacks
mail  were so-
time or the holdup.
day's powder mill explosion are con- south 80 chains, ^
testing for the rlghl  to bury the man-   more <"' 'MB '"      ,        ,!,,- ���*"������
gled   shreds.     Mrs.   j. k. Skllburg thence northerly a�� ' jjt,��.
wants to ship the reniains to CallfOr-  the  polnl  of ''"'"""'" ^
nia.     Mrs. P. E. Pisco desires them ' lng 160 acres nioreo r^ ^   I
si-ni   to her husband's old home  In ,,A ..m.nOl', Af(,|
\r  I,    ('I-1' ���
Seattle- Mi ���**" TU
-SDAV, MAR^ 23, 1009.
TIIE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
V-a-*-
NTEB���   BOUNTY    ACT,   1908,
Mail Service
;;RN1NQ TO PURCHASERS
Bo-th
, as
African
slgnment
Voluteei
ijnJ -
iDt
Oil
7
iu ;
must-
of ii D"
Following are the hours .f despatch
and arrival of mails ai thi New West
m]U"'"' ���" ��fflce, -be hour given lu
";'rl1 ' '������ ���'""�� the hour of dosing,
which irt half an hour, as a rule, be-
tore the actual di ���patch. All mail.-,
unless otherw ,-, ,, are de8patch.
tltute and must be sd aud received ,    _pt Sund-iv.
Act.        I The only mail, dispatehi d
0|   ;),..   I.gilt   Of   '-
entitled to a
i,y way of ap-
���      ' & the
Bounty
J. "" '   '���;;. ;,.;,���M,t.nent of a sub-
.   .���. dor recognized
K:C    ��f tb. ,Bt,:lor
:W,lKlot executed and dated after
|��l,il'h'S   , ,h, warrant for the land
��he d*      , ,v tl,, Minl^r of MlliU-
[��rtntlS       m favor of the volunteer.
, tti OREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
icouver    via
���iia except Wed-
mcouver via Ii. C. El
and    re-
bof��r�� ;s called to Sub-  celved Sunday are the C. P. R. south
B 0f the Volunteer and C. P, R, east malls, not Including
sec:''''1"     , dch provides thai   the   way   maliS|   Sapperton,   Frasei
��� Act, i r)ght of a vol. j MIIIh ami Coquitlam.
_ .....   ,,f   .,    a;n !i-
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m.  (closed a: eleven o'clqck
i-l"'   previous  nigbi'   -Van
G. N, R, "Owl." Vlcto
nesday,
8:30 a.m.- V
trie railway.
Sumas anu Seattle, Including all l_.
S. Points ea t and south, aud point-
between New Westminster and Hunt-
lndon, lie, via C. P. it. south, Co-
qultlam, Sapperton and Fraser Mills.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all I', S. points east and south;
also all polnl between New Westminster and Maine, via G, X. R.
Note,���Clove-dale and district (Clover Valley, Sun.-y Centre, Elgin,Anuria  and  Kensington  Prairie)    Hazel-
mere,   Port   Kells,   Hall's   Prairie,   and
Las. tli.'   (ouowiua "7 ----   Nicomekl despatched dally except on
Connii-iirinn .a ��������� ;,<lst ',Uareu (Sunday;   Clayton,   Monday,   Tuesday,
^southerly boundary   of    lot &ue, ��� Thur8df .   aB(J   Satunl Tynehead
K��p :��" W< NeW  Westminster '"*"
.net Internee"
rolong.'d.    running
|NEW  WESTMINSTER
m TR'CT.
LAND    DIS-
District of  Surrey.
*_ke notice, tha,   Hear.   r.   IMtt
���.tends to   W"  "'r    Pe"nl*,1��n   ��
1 following   described land:
���roups,t     ot     Can_ai��_      i.oun-w est
Homecteaa   Regulations.
A'J> even     imbered section of Do j
'"���'���" D   .Manitoba,   Saskatch-j
'������',!' an . rta, excepting 8 and 86,
QOt reser; l, may be homesteaded by
any person who Is the sole head of a
family, or any IJiai_ over _g
' ���    extent ot one quarter sec-
"V mure or 'ess.
Application rur entry _nu3t ue
made in prison by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or _ub-
igency lor the district in which tht
land is situate. Entry by pro��y may,
aowever, be mad,; at an agency on
���ertuiu condition, by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
in intending homesteader.
. The homesteader is rejulred to perform tbe homestead duties under one
���jf the following plans*
(IJ At least six months' residence
ipon and cultivation of the land In
oach year for three years.
(2) A Homesteader may, If be no
i-oires, perform the required residence  duties   by  living  on    farming
Lumber Tariff Schemers j
Now Showing Their Hand
Washington, U.  _., .March 22.���The
Wa ��� .in.. ,.,     ion lent    of    tne
Washington Lumberman, the editor o1
��I .��� li. J. hi, Defebaugh, has been   a
years of ���I'1 :'      :"       '' ��*  ;!l ' so-called lumber lobbj  in Washington this winter,
[has   -a.-in   the   fo.lowing   Btory  to   hie
| papi r:
Having succeeded in getting a reduction of 50 pi r cent in the lumber
Vile In the Payne tariff bill, the
American owners of Canadian limber
have temporarily tra_.ue.red the scene
oi their activities from Washington to
Victoria, B, C. Members of the ways
and means committee have been advised that tin- lumber combine which
strenuousl) advocated free lumber before ibe committee, la now earnestly
at work with the meuioers of the provincial body to hav-- their present
leases, which now run for twenty
years, made perpetual, The head ol
the organization, which is composed
entirely   of  citizens   of   this   country.
iand owned solely bv him. not less jis 1',��'" Minneapolis, and. it is said
than eighty u.0) acres In extent, In ,na' *l luIlJ "f a Quarter of a million
tbe vicinity of his homestead. Joint j dollars has been set aside io accom-
ownership lu kind will not meet this P'lsh this plan of getting absolute con-
the   quarter section
requirement.
12) If the lather (or mother, lf the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
oas perui-iiem residence on farming
iand  owned  solely   by  him,  not less
.
die! to
arj '<������ lot Ct
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry   Hill,
Tim-
1 and H'rti Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
. ' urday.     The.;.,  mall?  are  all   received
north   aim .
[Mi ,-iniiuufa-a.. same days as despatched.
,4 t-roi��.'_ action two (?). town-"
ne (1); thence south 160 rods,,
ice east IW rods; thence north to
join: IW feet south of '.he before
���doned southerly   boundary of lot
rZ two '"r   tb"ncP  eMterly  b*rland   :iDd  Bouth   We9tmJn,ter-   h--
the said southerly   boon-  courier (Tuesday arid Friday).
group two (2), to a! 1:30 P-m.���Bast Burnaby, by courier
,,. j. r��d.�� north of the i��th paral-j 2:W> l-.m.-Bur-iultlum. by courier.
jafjorth Utltude; thence west to j 2:00 p.m.-Ladner, Port Qulchon,
m water mark and 62 roda distant j Westham Island and Sunbury, dalb"
id :h- s-M 4&th parallel of north ! except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday, perform
fade; tkenee south ��2 rod-; th^nc,, J Thursday and Saturday,    via   "J.   C. |
���No the point wlu-r-e the southerly  Bruce."     (Steveston  mail  despatched i with parents or on farming land own-
Mdarj of lot  505,  group two   U)   and  received  via Vancouver.) ed  by himself must notify  the agent
fanects the before mentioned 49tn      2: HO    p.m���Vancouver   and    Piper, for the 'a^urict of such Intention.
nH,l of north latitude; tb^n foUow- | siding, via O. N. R. north. Six mont-ur" notice tn writing must
��the said soiithi-rly boundary of lot j    4:00  Vancouver and Burnaby  lake, | oe glv.n lo the Commlsslone- of Do
group two i.M,  to the  point of ! via B. C.  Electric railway.    Saturday j minion Unds at Ottawa, of Ltention
muni-cmem. containing by c-stlma-|an ^tra mall is de=patched  to   NIc-i'o apply 'or patent.
rn two  i-mulr-d    and    forty  acres j t0ria via Vancouv-r at this hour w- W. CORY.
rless. .    mains and Seattle. Including all U.jDeputT ol the Minister of the Interior
| Da*-, at White  Rock,   B.   C,   this '
Pwl day of February, 1909.
HENRY T. THRIFT,
trol of the Canadian forests, which,
with the duty of $1 a thounnd on
luiuber coming intu this country,
would give a monopoly of th. Industry
to the ruin of owners of American tim%
t-^an eighty (-0) acres in extent, In i'"''' lands.
ue ��iclij)ty of the homestead, or up- \ " rl'e organization is declared to be
in a booK-siead entered for by him planning to enter Canadian ixilitics
In the vicinity, such homesteader may j "" '-' large scale at the n. xt election,
[lerforiu his own residence dutieii by ' H'"l if has appeared so strong that
living with tiie father (or mother).    I both Conaervatlvea  and Liberals are
(4) Tf.e :erm "vicinity" ln the two
precedes paiagraphs la defined at
meaning not more t_*in nine miles in
a direct line, bxcluslve of the width
of road --lowauoes crossed in the
measurement.
(6) A _oi_eBteadei Intending to
b'.s residence duties in ac
cordanre wiih the above while living
se.lir.g Its support
bi r i hedule wn.-- bi
means    commute-
When Hi" lum-
lore the ways and
the    Minneapolis
S. points e.st and *outh, via O. N. R i
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R. east, Sapperton.!
an.l Fraser Mills.
|F��  WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
Moils   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and   Senile,   In-
, eluding nil U. S. points, via G. N. R.
; "Owl."
Me wiloc thai  the   underalgnedj    9:00 to 10:00 aan.���Strawberry Hill,
Ods to apply to tne bun. the com-1 by courier iT_..day and Fridayj.
ilssloti- of lands for permission to
combine sought to have lumber placed
on the free list. It wit_ then revealed
thai lis intercut was not in making thfl
product cheaper for the American con-
sum, r but to enable ihe holders of
leas. . upon Canadian timber lands to
g'-t their product rnto the United
States without the payment of duty.
Although they d|d not succeed in doing this,- they were hdIp to get the
rates cut ln half, and ��ith this much
accomplished the) ar�� now said to be
Beoklng to get fh< li  Canadian li i i
extended Indefinitely and thus control
adsolutely  the luml er    trade oi    the
country.
"A part of the scheme is to swamp
tm   Pacific coast with the liritish product, deplete the Canadian limits, and
:1ms double the value of the holding
which they have   In   thi    American
Northwest.
"These men have aVo launched a
$..i'"'i,ooo Canadian timber-holding
company and are now selling stock to
the American people, offering as an
induc.-meiit that the tariff on lumber
is to h* removed."
Play Ball
Ruboer B.ills trom 5C up
Lac-osse  Sticks 35c  up
Base Balls 10c up
Glovte and Mitts 40c up
Ba^s    20c   up
M_si��s,   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
BALLOON IS HIS! IN
MOUNTAINS OF CAI I. OKMA
Six   Men   Sailing  Through   Clouds   in
Grand Canyon  May Have Perished in Blizzard.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
S:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
���ue the undermentioned lands in Tuesday) and Victoria, via H. C. Elec-
fen RtatmlMter distrii t: j trie railway.
Jloma-ncing at  ,.  point  where thej    2:30  p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
ietton line (prolonged)  running east)    3:30 p.m.-Ulalne and Seattle,    In-
H ����� '  ��� . tions seven 17�� | eluding all U. S. i*oIn>.s; also ail points
Melg-teeii (18), Intersects th ��� west- 1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
fo Umndarj ol lot 506, group two *i-:io a.m.���Vancouver and Vk-iona,
b. Nev Westminster district; thenc,. | v*;_ o. N. R.
Mtrly 100 feet, thence southerly and 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
pteny parallel to tne westerly and |Qulchon, Westham Island and (Tues-
pntti} boundan of the said lot \&ny, Thursday aud Saturday) Wood-
pto the centre line (prolonged) run-   war'(li vl;i steamer Favo*iite. (Steves-
Inorth and    uth ttiorugh section
W [., lownshiji   on-    il),    New
��._!_..er   district      thence    south
"fc--! them   ���    teriy parallel with
*M southerly   boimdary   of   the
��� lot jod to n point Immediately
���U|' ;1"  polni  wm re tbe centre
1 g east or west
v f- - '��� .   110),   In:, .sects ,
ft'***'"' ' nee north along
aid lot 505
;'"int " d centra Una of
' '' tta high-water
and northerly
and   westerly
Id lot 505 to the
lining   ���  est!
Wo. eg :i,
. .
!.v::y t
Urk:
1�� .    :h
' '������:!
Pint o( i
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
12:30 to 1 p.m.���C. P. R. east,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills ani Coquitlam.
1:00 p m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m���Sumas ani Seattle, :>-
eluding all L". S. poln?'- sad wiv b-
iween Hunting Ion and Mew Westmin-
ster, via 0. P. R. s"""1; bIso Praser
Mills.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOF OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies :_e newest and best Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It Is li-bted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, .--andard 10 section sleepers, luiurious dining car, reclining of, in a dally newspaper published in
chair cars (seats free), mod'-rn day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking can;.
For  Tin-..-   Tables,   Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. VV. PARKER,
720 >���  - nd Avenue, .cattle. Wa-fc.
Los Angeles, Cai., March 22.���Up to
9 o'clock this morning no word what-
eVi r had come from tbe big Ferris
racing balloon America, which nR-
cended trom Tournament park in Pasadena at ll o'clock on Saturday afternoon with A, lv Mueller and five other
men in the basket. There is a strong
probablllt. that the nun have perished in the mountains in the midst of
the terrible blizzard that has been rag.
ing there since early Sunday morning
The last trace of tne balloon was
wh.-n it disappeared through the
clouds In Grand canyon on the slope
of Mount Lowe, where it was observed from Alpine tavern, near the summit, The big balloon, containing 7S,-
000 cubic feet of gas, was being driven
by a strong north wind toward the
peak of the range.
Two searching  parties were organ-
Ized early today at Pasadena, and will
go into the mountains at once.   Every i
point in the mountains that eou'.d be |
reached has been communicated with, |
but no trace of the balloon has been '
found.    There  is  also  a    possibility
that the men may have landed in the
mountains near Bom��eha>bltatlon which
they r.ached In safety, and hav,- since
ieen unable to make their way out or
[communicate with the city.
Captain Mueller is the only experl-
lenced aeronaut in the party.    He lias
Re the noith portion 17 by ."> chains  passed  through  so  many  perils  tbat
(8   1-2 acrivs) of    subdivision  12 and  confidence is felt  that he will  bring
the north    portion  10 by    chains  (5 f the m��-n with him back safely.   Muel-
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
,���SYLVA!.lji SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers 6\ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 10S.
PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth and Agnei Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 to _; evening, 7:30 to 10. Ailtaii..
-Ion iOc, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10c. Com-
nritatkm tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
GET YOUR 8PRIHO SUIT AT
YEE _____ & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block,  P.  O.   Box  644,
New  Westminster.
c
OOKSLEY'S
EFFECT ON CANADA
OF   AMERICAN  TARII 1
iacrea), of subdivision  13 of i.u 79,'ier is a i.oted aeronaut
Group l, map ."i^o, New WestminsterI ���,	
I ttistrict.
Whereas proof of th-. loss of certi-
Bcate of title number 272uF, Issued in
the name, of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou.
ba.-. been Hied in ibis office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall, i
at the expiration of or... month  from
the date of the first publication her"- i
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE ard
"THE FAIR," Columbia Street.
.
the  city of  New  Westminster,   issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, nn-
less in the m^a-itim- valid objection j
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
1
District Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry   Office.   \,.w   Westminster, B. C . March 22. 1909.
Winnipeg. Mann 22.��� According ;<>
Manager Llndsey of the Crow's Nest
Pass Company, liritish Columbia
would be affected iu five respects by
the proposed American tariff revlsjon,
"In lumber It" mtana a wlder market, in bituminous coal and coke, if
Canada reciprocates there will be an
enlarged and increased American mar
ket for liritish Columbia,    As Canada
Imposes no duly on coke the American
duty will be removed.
Af  CANADIAN  |%
���   PACIFIC    XJr
PACIFIC
R4ILWAY COMPANY
60   YEAR3'
IENCE
or left
11   C, Fe m-
1"  NY. LEESON.
,..f
NOTICE.
Trade Mah*o
Designs
Ccpvrights Ac.
Anvnnr WlfflM �� ���-���t��- nnd ��"<* *��i��� 0,W
--ui-klr i-a'TUni cur opi-iottf^"'"*���*,^
1.,-eiillon li profiiu- WW* WftMftiii Veil- it.
tu .nn M rlotlr jonO-oiitfnL^.HAHBBOW ,''',��� a.
|! V.[|,
1 _tont_ tukl-ll throOBh Mu -il *�����'���' "���wi*.
tnirtalnotU-r, without tb-irue, In tne
$ciei��ific flmer catt.���
AhiimlKinitiy Uluniral.-ii WW" >'��� I*2_il_,
"ulnn.-u -it ni.jr selentlno Jviowl. leo ' '"
tiiimil'i. kiM �� your, pgstafH prep*--   Sola
Kli   IIOWlwIl'SHTJ.
' C, W.   Pri Mini,
- ,   . mer, intend to!
fcL Chlc: Commls-
J,,': id Works    tor    a
llWiii"" *on   ""'
land:    Commenc;
fi.y28 ; '.it   shore  of
F*u ,"'",' ''":l   s,n>pson  dlstiiet j . .M*a-rk-k~krk?rnyZ4l<^^^
'" '"th nf the mouth   of ����WW��_0��^^ -    ^_. -      -.
est across '"     ~  ��� --���-__-._^__
Wl)I.N8Co.sc1Brna^NewYorl(
Sli." anXsTt* k st- wmm-skw- �����u
"The Milwaukee"
���The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicane, abort Line," Omaha to
Chicago. ' South West Limited"
K-insa,  City  to Chicai}0.
\_     ; .     tht    Sir'lcc    nn       VI
i.   world that  e<_aal  In
equipment   thai   of  the  Chicago,   -lii-
Paul   Railway.       '1
wn and 01     ite their own si--, In
m ; dli - "'i .ill "heir train- and
.  itrons   an   excellence     of
.   talnable elsewhere.
9  ROWE, General  *
131 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland. Or
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT
Re ��� . . rtslon 11 I Loi 78 Qroup
I, New Westminster District; Lo:> 18
"< and _->. Ill-ick 1. ami Lot 1. Block K
V.. being pari ol Lot 8, Sir,urban
Block iv   N �� Westminster Cltj :
Wh   ��� f of the lose al cei till-
.  of lltl ��� numb. 1   18027 \. I -su. ,1 In
the names of Charles Predi ric Sprotl
Francis KAla Schou,   Lucy Christina
Schou, ha   ' een filed In ibis offlce.
Notice i- hereby given thai l shall,
at th.. expiration of ons month from
the date of lhe Aral  public.ill. n  here
of, In a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, Issue ���
duplicate of the laid -1 rtlflcato, unions
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In s ] Ulns
('   S   KK1TII.
District  It' i'i 'mi   ->l    1 Ith ��
l_.ni!    Reclst,.    1 idi.-'    Men     NNcv
minster, IJ. C, Marcl  "���'. IW8
reclproclt)   is a  condition  ben
pulpwood and lumber Itriiish Coium-'
bia will derive a decided benefit.   In l
one particular, sine, tha new tariff 1
unfavorable, as s duty of nn.- cent pv
pound on zinc in -ne is proposed, How.
ever, ths Important   commodities ur.
Inmlier.  pulpwood, coal and cok--. and ;
such change   are favorable."
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above rounJ
trip tick.ts will b.. -*oW at one singK
fare and one-third.     Tickota on BSda
! April 8tb  io  12th inclusive.    Good   ''
return  ������ to and including _pril 13ta
'" ' ' '   ''     ''Scho 1    : tpils   and   teachers   wiU   be
tli Sets from April 1st to 21st.
El). COI'LET,
In
\v nt, New Westminster,
01 i*  B  -' ISTBJR,
\ -      Genl   i'a-'IS.   \;:' ,   Vancouver.
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'    PRE8TON.
TlIl. ,��, ��� .  v.       New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 IM
T p ^..n vri�� u' EMPIRE; London and Toronto, weekly      $2 per year
t2_ S     n       Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per yew
The ^a?nS^Advebthbr,      "    _  50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited for thfi above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
m  _  _      OQ New Westminster Phone A22
P   O   Box 2->
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Excellent Train Service Betwee
C'.fcago, London,
Hamilton, Toiw.^
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And ail the principal business centers of
ASMMrwni  Itored.   intlmat.-ly   u  ONTARIO. QUEBKC and the MAPJ-
I, pro-ah     .   ubageney or tbe   d�� pRoviNrF.
.1 ment ,-r iiiM.in,- mid fisheries In nuviNLt,i>.
this nro-iiiice. which |. located ai  Vie   ALso M BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
' PHILADELPHIA,  via hliagara Fails.
For Tim�� Tables, tte.. address
GEO.  W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Pa.ss.nf-x-r and Ticket
MARINE   BUOY   DEPOT
AT PRINCE   RUPERT
Victoria,   March   82    Arrangements
mi- ImIiik made by the department i
matins  nnd  fisheries at Ottava tor
ib.   Mtablishmonl of s buoy station
ni Prlnoc Rupert where ths baoyi to
roplare those III  northern waters and
aj n.-w menaces to   navigation
which tt Im deeidtd to murk In    this
tons,  will  ln> .-f.li.bll -i"d  in   iln-  new
���nd   terminus  In   the  north.     u
vr.-..nt  the intention  Is to establish
��� iv tlmpcH nf thi   noil hern port.
Agent, IU Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
BOWLING   SCHEDULE
The schedule for the second series
Waterspout Is Observed.
Portland, Or.,  March 22.--Tb,. lorn
went ber buienii this evening  received
B wireless from the comman
der of th. ip W. S  I'o -ier. in  of the business league has now been
latitude 4i  no wer... reporting j drawn up, and is as follows:
'     ry close to j    Marcli 22   Grocers VS. R.  C. UMls.
lOOa      The      March. 1    Uardware vs. Carpen^rs
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T Ji E   D _ILyT  NEW8,
TU^AV, MARCH 23i ^
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets. New
Westminster, B. C.
discussing   William   Miner   we   might
lane up this item?"
A.  Paige Managing  Director
.aVVaV'.
We don't know what sort of a disease "Minerttis" will eventually lend
our member Into, but we do hope,
that the disease In running its course
'Willi allow id a few lucid intervals
during which New Westminster >wi.l
not be entirety forgotten.
TUESDAY,  MARCH  23, 1909.
WHEN  TO ADVERTISE.
There s nothing on earth so niyster
iously   funny    as    an  advertisement.
The prime, first  and  last, and  all-l.v
timc objects of an advertisement Is to
draw custom, lt is not and never will
be  designed   tor  any   other purpose. ^
So the nn rebuilt  wails until the busy
season comes and bis store is so full
of customers that he can't get his hat j
off, nnd then lie rushes to his printer :
aud goes in for advertising.     When ,
the dull season gets along, und there :
Is no trade, and he wants to sell his
foods so badly he can't pay bis rem.
be stopa advertising,     That is, sonic '
of them do; but occasionally-a level-i
headed merchant docs mqre of it. and
scoops  In  all the business, while his i
neighbors  arc  making  mortgages to
pay the gas bill,
There arc times whin you could
n il stop people from buying every-
firing in the store if you planted a
(.aiinon .behind the door, nnd that's I
the time when the advertisement is ,
usually sent out on its holy missiou. j
lt makes 'ight work for advertising,
for at such a time a chalk sign on the '
sidewalk would do all that was need-
ed, nnd a half-holiday six days in a I
week; but who wants to favor ;tn advertisement? They arc built to do
hard work and should be sent out in
dull days, when a Customer has to be
knocked down with hard facts, and
kicked insensible with bankrupt reductions, and dragged in with irresistible slaughter of prices, before he
will spend a cent. That's the end and
aim of advertising, and ifgever you
'open a store, don't try to get them
to come when they are already sticking out of the windows, but give them
your advertisement right between the
���eyes In a dull season and you will wax
rich, and perhaps be able to own an
automobile or a fast horse, or to
smoke a cigar once or twice a year.
The time to draw business is when
you want business, and not when you
have more business than you can attend to already.
LICENSE  FOR   HORSES
IN SAN  FRANCISCO
Sau Francisco, March 22.���All of
the horses driven over the streets ol
this city, from the piodding dray to
the high-stepping carnage ..orse, will
no compelled to wear a tag If an
ordinance prepared by the tax collector meets with the favor of the board
of supervisors. The tags, like those
worn by dogs, must be displayed on
the left hand side of the headstall,
and the horse that ap, ears without
this decoration will be summarily removed from the vehli lo w ich he js
drawing and taken to ihe j ound. The
acense will be $1.50 a year. 'l'he
present ordinance Is ������signed to Like
the place of the rule requiring wagons
to .be licensed.
Organize for Fair at Cranbrook.
Cranbrook, Marcli 22.���An enthusiastic meeting was held this evening
in the committee rooms at the Cranbrook hotel for the purpose of arrang
ing for the organization of an agricultural society to take charge of the
holding of an agricultural and industrial, fair in this city next fall. F. E.
Simpson, editor of ine Herald and
president of the board of trade, was
elected president.    Dr.  s.  F.  Tolmie,
chief Veterinary inspector of British
Columbia, gave a most interesting address on agricultural and horticultural
needs In connection with fairs.
"GET  THE   HABIT.
Books for the
Children
ONLY
EACH
SPECIAL TODAY
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the sam...
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
.23   Front   St..   Opposite   Market, -New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
.hould be consulted if you want to
.-cl' furniture or an auction conducted
Live Stock Implement auction held
.-wry Friday morning on Westmlnstei
Mmket; and every Saturday morning
in Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, near
ly new; 1 express wagon; I horse
mower   (new).
A quantity of new furniture halt
nrice. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
nt 328 Front street.    Phone A489.
2 5NAP5
LOT-
-Partly cleared, on Wise road, just outside city limits; $200 cash    Tot
all around are selling for $MU to $350. '   *^s
A NICE BUILDING LOT on Foi^tlrstreet.   This can be bought for _^oi.
cash.   This would be 1 >1 RT CHEAP at $400. ��00
Prices on both the above lots arc  bound  to go up within  a month   or   two
Thes. are -trail buys but might  be  just  what you  are  looking for.
If you have any properties for sale I shall be glad to list them.
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
��� PHONE  169.
AT THE
"Bi& Clothing House"
All the latest in Spring Hats���Christy's, Stetson, Hawes and Barrington,
in Hard Felt and Soft Felt, in all the
new colors and shapes. Hew about
one of those new green hats, in The
Little Trooper or golf shapes?
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ai
Premier Flour
IS  THE  BEST.
Ask your grocer for it, arid be sure you get Premier Flour, for it has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock lt, phone 335, aud we will deliver it to
you immediately.     R.member,  Premier Flour is the best.    Once you
have tried it you will always use it.
!
STETSON'S   FELTS
$4.00 and $5.00
���
1   HALE BROS. & CO. i.m    j
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA ST.
V    Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.      P. O. Drawer 100.
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CHRISTY'S   FELTS
$2.C0, $3.00, $3.50
SCENES IN THE HOUSE.
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3. D. Taylor, M. P., "In fact, wit!
what little knowledge I hnve of artil
.cry. it seems to mc that about twi
days' work of a few men and two
teams of horses should be all that
wns required to transfer Hies.- gunB.
We should have some explanations
ol so extraordinary a charge."
Mr. Talbot���Wil the honorable
member (Mr. J. D. Taylor) tell me if
I understood him rightly to say that
two teams of horses could have hauled
those guns?
Mr. Taylor���When 1 snid two teams
of horses���a team is a very elastic expression���I mean the number of horses which In ordinary course you would
attach to n gun carriage drawing these
guns.
Mr. Talbot���Does the honorable
���gentleman think that the two bes
teams of horses in Canada could hau
a twelve-inch gun?
Mr. Taylor���As I said, I meant the j
number of horse-, which one common-
ly attaches to a gun carriage.
Mr. Tnlbot���Probably the honorable
gentleman meant a locomotive.
Mr. Taylor���I have been out of the
militia for B few years.    .    .    We did I
ii"i depend on locomotives to haul our
guns.
Then comes the Inevitable Mr. Fos-1
Ier,  "This    is    another    case of Bill
Miner.
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Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
Run your eye over
PACIFIC
8, Meat Market
Today's Shoe Pr
COME IN TODAY
Phone 192
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia Sl
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RATHER COARSE.
The Columbian of May :,1, 1906, under the caption "Laurier and Loot,'
has lb..- following choice morsel:
"The members of Parliament tliom-
Bleves held up Sir Wilfrid lust year
for a Takeoff of $.",oiH) dollars apiece
added to their indemnity' for the par-
llamentary term, and th-ir participation in this raid effectually seals the
lips of the majority in the commons
es to the rasc'i 111 tii s, the subjeci of
dally   revelation."    *
Rather cohr.se, bul Bllll to salve Ills
conscience, we sincere y hope our
member will refuse the tainted In-
j>rejn,. and send it along to Mayor
Keary for the Columbian hospital, al
ways a deserving charity.
.i. 1). Taylor. M.  P., apparently has
.Miner on the In uln. In ,i discussion o.i
/the merits of the appointment ol an
I . pet-tor iii Nova Bcotla, In which, of
, oui ' . our mem:, r bad n Bngor, tho
ibm. Wm. Pugsley had to address tife
chairman us follows. "Do you noi
think  Mr.  Chairman,  thai  instead of
NEW LINES OF MEN'S OXFORDS
Men's velour oxfords, creased vamps,
military heels and very stylish, per
pair  .$4.00
Men's patent leather oxfords, an American shoe, made on the Sirdar last;
all sizes and width-, $4.00 and $4.50
MEN'S OXBLOOD  BLUCHER CUT
Oxfords with merry widow eyelets and
patent leather facings $4.50 and $5.00
fcee our lines of men's buckle Oxford!.; the newest shoes on the market-
Men's patent leather bluchers, with
tnat kid tops, pointed and broad toes,
pair $4.50
Men's gun metal b _chers, military
heels, oblongveyelets. a boot worth $6
a  pair.    Our price  $1.-0
LADIES' SPRING SHOES
The shoe world always blossoms out
with new ideas in women's shoes at
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather oxfords at $3.00; patent bluch-
( _ at $3.50; finest vici kid boots,
$3.50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
See our line of men's patent len*her
boots which go today for $5.00. They
equal the average $6 .ind $7 boots.
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I;! NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
mow iiorst; of  six  rooms
ON FOl-RTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO    LOTS.    REAS
ONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. I EARSON, Mgr. -|
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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Sign of lhe Big Elect?
Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   If
7  M%i#
New Westminster, B. C.
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BSBEe e3B^EBB_��e9EBB_SEi ADVERTISE  IN THE ru68DAY, MARCH 23. 1909.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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Some of the,"
styles now j ���
predominating
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in Women's
Suits, Etc.
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These cuts give you some idoa  of  what our new  wearables for women   look  like.       Never  before   have
.had such an exclusive range of real high grade ultra fashionable Suits, Coats and Skirts for so little
monty.    We have a select on which you would find difficult to equal in British Columbia at the price.
Yesterday we unpacked  three more  cases of Silk  Coats from Paris 3ntj  Berlin.
1-r.a.
Und
on and New York.     Com,    and  see  for yourself.
N?w  Suits and Skirts
A Big Bargain in Moreen
& Regal Taffeta Underskirts
$5.00 VALUES FOR $2.59
one   ol these   underskirts la
perl ��� in make, fit and finish. Seama,
an- felled nnd double stitched; frills
ided by double stitch strap.
Seams are shaped at hips to fit snugly.
Pleated in hack to put a'.l fulm-ss
to the back, ensuring a neat fit and
avoiding wrinkles or bunches of cloth
around waist. Have gusset in back
' void 'ripping. $5.00 \alucs
for $2.95
A Genuine Snap in Hemstitched Pillow Cases
Wc HEMSTITCHED CASES FOR 20c
1:1 Width of 40 and  12 Inches. The ma-
i good, long    staple Egyptian
"'  extra durable quality, with
i-lnch-wide hem, and beautifully hem-
���'-'������      A real  bargain, 20c each,
or' Pair 40c
$2 White Bedspreads $1.50
l1"1 Plain Marseilles also fringed hon-
"inb   (,f     thoroughly    dependable
qual"v     Regular $2.00 for  $1.50
$1.50 White Bedspreads $1
1111 size, plain und fringed for
""' I",i"1"" and ilonbc bed;   honey-
",:i    :'!1l    Marseilles,     On ��� sal,- at
each .
 $1.00
Large Turkish Towel? 50c Pr
23    inches    wide    by    50  long,    half
led, Turkish towels.    Self colored.
a   spceia]  purchase;   on  sale at,  per
ii:      50c
Some Snaps in Tapestry
Table Covers
We have far too many gqod inble covers in tapestry on hand.      We have
:   ���:������   '.hi'oiigh  thi iii and   can  as-
ci thai w,- have bei n   usy with
ie ;.enei! marking  them down.
Read the following:
$3.00 Clotha for $2.25
-'   " i  Cloths for $2.75
ia Cloths for $2.00
{i i0 Clotha for  *3.oo
���    10 Clotha for $4.00
$6.00 Cloth for $475
Tb      come 2 yds. bj 2, _ yds.
2 1-2 .   : -' yds.   y 3.
12 l-2c Art Muslin for 7c
i _vi yards of nice floral art muslin In colors for curtains, etc. Regu.
lar 12 l-C Quality.     On -a:., at ...7c
Big Display of Women's
Plain and Fancy Belts
QUr ,��� it siock la all on hand now, and
v,,. certainly have a  very  creditable
,  0f plain nad fancy leather und
other dainty conceits. Prices
40c,  50c.  65c, $1.00  and $1.25.
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headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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City News
The .). I.. Card brought in a large
load of .ewer pipe tor Gilley Bros.
yester  ,
A good appearance is an invaluable
asset, not a luxury, but a necessity.
Ring up B278 nnd let us renovate your
Clothes.      Royal City Dye Works     **
The May Day committee holds its
lirst session at the board of trade
room this evening.
For first-clas3 cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davles' Greenhouse, B20S. ��*
Last wvckv |BSUe oi the Frager yal.
ley Record was printed in green ink
in honor of the Seventeenth of Ireland,
For table decoration? and wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 1S4. ������
Friday evening.     Any veterans residing In this city Intending to attend are
requested to communicate with V. H.
C.   Abbott   as  early  as  possible.
Miss Malzie Robertson has reeigned
bee position as city stenographer, to
take effect on April 1. Mayor Kearj
paid a tribute to her services nt the
City Had, when the resignation was
read at the Council meting lasi evening.
Fruhling dr< _ge comim d
work yesterday at the Sandhi ids
channi I, which la expected to oci ipy
some two weeks.
Follow the want, to  rent, losl      id
classified real estate a Is. on page 2.**
The | allbearers at the funeral of
Thomas Shannon, of Cloverdale, on
Saturday were A. Murphy, C. McKenzie. ll. B. Smith. A. Matheson, B. M.
Carncross, and J, Armstrong.
For miscellaneous wants and classified real estate ads. see page 2.       **
The Orpheus male choir of Vancou-1
ver  will  give a  recital  in   the opera
house on Good  Friday.    Its member-1
ship numbers 45, .T. W.  Hislop being
conductor,
Fhe-room lions- in Sapperton, rent-'
ed  for $12  per  month.      For sale or
wil;   . xchange   .-quity   ($600)   for  city
lots.      Apply     Owner,     Box  r>:'9,..ew
Westminster. **
.Miss   Mabel   Wells,   Mayor  Henry's
secretary, is leaving her employment
at  an  early  date.      Her genial cour-j
tesy will be missed .by all those who
have dealings with his worship.
Officers and members of Granite
lodge, No. 16. and Royal lodge, No. ti, i
Knights of Pythias, are requested to |
be in their places on Thursday even- j
ing at seven o'clock sharp, as the
lodges will open at that hour. Busi-j
ness, dedication of new hall.
Hon.    Thomas    Taylor,    provincial
minister of public works, was in the
i city  yesterday,      Dr.   Young,  provincial  secretary,    wlll    accompany him
' over the asylum  farm colony,  where
; clearing is going on extenslvel; . probably today.
The plans Of the new block to be
| built by Mr Thompson on Columbia
strei t are at the Dominion Trust Co.'s
.lie,, and any person desiring a store
in the "ivi might call and obtain dentils about rental, etc., at office ol
Dominion Trust Co., city. **
The Indian, Henry Simpson, who
was charged in the citj police court
last week with breaking and entering
the Lytton hotel, cam-- up before
Judge lio'.vv sier/lay and the bearing was fixed for Monday next. Mean-
wile an Investigation will be made into his antecedents.
Evangelistic    3ervlci a    svere    com- j
in- need ui Queen's Ave. church league i
room  yesterday  evening,  the  attend-
���ance justifying the us,, of tbe large
school-room    for  Uie    remaining two,
meetings, tonight and tomorrow night.
-AGlFIVr..
On Thursday a large number will go
over from this city to Vancouver,
where Messrs. Chapman and Alexander will be conducting revival set*-
vices,
The attendance at th.- monthly
meeting of the W. C. T. U. wi_ large
yesterday afternoon. The ni��-mb��rs
I discussed reform work along temper-
, ance lines by means of a series of
questions and answers. A press cor-
respondent, Mrs. F. P. Maxwell, was
appointed. .Mrs. W. T. Reid sung a,
solo with much success.
At the city police court yesterday
Richard C, Davis, aged 20, of Chilliwack. formerly in the Ro-.nl bank
there, was charged with passing a
bogus check at Johnston's Shoe House
on Saturday, the case being adjourned
till today for trial. Several other
cheques were found on bim when
s.-arched.
JUST  OPENED
Ihe Dainty Teat Lunch Rooms
Newly  Furnished.
MISS   REID,  PROP.
Afternoon tea a specialty. Home-made
Dread, Cake, tee. Ice cream in season.
Upstairs, above The Fair.
DUPONT    BLOCK,    COLUMBIA   ST.
Open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday to 9 p.m.
GO TO
I ���'""   " ' ���'   -
W. E. FALES
FURNITURE   DEALER
AND UPHOLSTERER.
If you need anything in the Furniture line see the new goods, handsome
designs. Our stock of Oriental Rugs
and Carpets is the largest range in the
city. Mattings from 15c per yard up.
Linoleums, Oil Cloths, etc.. a great
variety. Office Furnishings a Specialty. Undertaking in ail its brandies.
W. E. FALES
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
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'  Aid.   Slue,   of     Portland,   Ore.,   r. -
turned home yesterday after spending i
ia  flew  .lays in  the city,  visiting his ' When   yOU   Want
mother, who is dangerously ill a; the
Royal  Columbian hospital.
Miss McCully, of Truro. N. S., who
is on her way to Korea as a missionary, will ,be the guest of Mrs. John
McKenzie.  St.  Patrick street, this af-
| t-Tiioon, and will be pleased to receive
I callers from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Tbe Crystal Theatre. New Westminsters latest house of amusement, will
be opened to tbe general public this
afternoon at two o'clock. A very higb-
class series of moving pictures will
be shown, and it is the intention of
the management to present carnations
to every lady attending the opening.
The theatre is on the premise-
formerly occupied by Benson and Ay-
ting, the admission fee is fixed at the
modest dime. An evening performance will be given at seven o'clock. ���*
Phone 97
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, _ ;��>r25.
Jersey cream, large can. 2 for    .. 2_c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per ran   10c
Assorted Jams, regular pric 25c lot..
" f0r '       50c
The  annual   banquet  of  the   South
���Vfrican Campaigners  will be held at
i the   Empress     Cafe,,.  Vancouver,   on
o
Now
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FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
I        PARI8 GREEN
QUASSIA   CHIPS
ARSENATE   OF   LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   QRA88
SULPHUR
BUTTER.   EGGS,   and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST  PRICES.
Adams &Deans
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
[.Headquarters  for Spectacles from  60
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The Railway Passenger^ AIs^rcnce Company, London, England.
Is not only the oldest accident insurance company in tho world, but
it has become famous for its pri mpt and liberal settlements, as the
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, March 11.  1.09.
Agent Railway Passengers   Assurance Co..
City.
Dear Sir���I beg lo acknowledge receipt Of check in full payment
of my claim for accident whloh occurred to me In January last wh...
playing hockey at Ilurnaby lake.
A .though my claim was onl >- put forward a few dnya ago, t h
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt manner
in which it has been dealt with.
(Signed) F. REICHENBACH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their poNeles being the most liberal
nnd their premiums low. Be-fore starting cn any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking  let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE ....      3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER   . 30,000,000
ALFRED    W_   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE tt.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  iiEWS.
TUESDAV-^H23,^
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing -._.
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OILY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Crime on the Increase
in World's Metropolis
I should be  permitted    to    lay    their
Igrievances directly before the minister
of  public  works.
M.  Barthou n-cived the deputation
in a conciliatory spirit. He said that
the governmenl could not discuss the
resignation of an official except at
parliament, but be gave th0 delegation the satisfaction it. demanded on
other points.
The publication in today's official
journal of a lengthy circular addressed to M. Simyan and the postal chiefs,
minutely instructing them as to the
manner of applying the promotion
system recently inaugurated, is evidence of the fact that the government
has no intention of abolishing the
system, which wns repugnant to the
men. The circular stares that the object is to remedy the widely varying
methods employed in the selection of
employees for promotion, which has
caused most regretable jealousies
among the officials of the same grade.
Loudon, March -2.���In his charge to
thi grand jury at the Old Bailey the
reeunier c-.i_t_.med on the constant
in^nase in the business of the court,
which had Ity. sitting practically
-i ... January 12. He contrasted eon-
dltton* toda. with those existing
when be WUS tirst with the Central
Criminal court  forty-five years ago.
iv :i -.he sessions seldom lasted
ov.r Pharsday, and sometimes concluded on Wednesday. He ascribed
lhe increase in cases of crim.- to the
vaal increase of the population in
London, lb.- extension of the area and
the grenti r complexity of modern
business.
An examination of the last report of
the commissioner of police of the
metropolis also suggests that there
has been a distinct increase in recent
years In    serious   crime   in London.
Thus the number of principal offences
rose from 1S.907 in 1906 to 21,310 In
1907.
The report comments on "the marked increase in burglaries nnd housebreakings." The proportion uf felonies relating to property to the population in the police area has risen
steadily of recent years. lu 1907 it
was 26.89 to each thousand of the
population, a higher figure than in
any year since 189..
The criminal statistics for the whole
of England and Wales corroborate the
inert ase in serious crime and show
that It is general throughout the
country. The number of persons
sentenced at the assizes aiul quarter
.sessions rose from 7'.��75 in 1900 to
Ui 390 ln 1906, the lust year given In
these statistics, an increase which
greatly exceeded the growth in population.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Mario . Street
SEATTLE
~RATES:
Room $1  Per  day  UP-
Room  and  board  $2.50  per  day up
p-oom  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath an_ board $4 per day,
AH outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boat.
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
���
'���"*'"<���.,
Nutations,
Any available Domlulon
in the railway belt l��� _,,v  "'^
Wa, may be homesteaded by a_
Who is the sole bead ol'."""**-
any male over 18
,Brll!^ com,,.
) an* i^rt
i haul,-
0t "SO, 10 th.
���ton lit m
WOMAN SEEKING
DETECTIVE THIEF
Graniteware
Jusi arrived���Pull and complete stock Graniteware, in all the v.ry
newest designs, and at the lowest   possible  prices.    Call   in and   In-
no trouble to show same.
e  ���   t our stoe
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Comes West to Look For an
Officer Who Rifled Her
Safety Box.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Strike ot Postal Employees
Is Practically Settled
Puris. March -'_.���In spite of minor  yam    This official has already    been
details, tbe adjustment of tbe strike  Poetically eliminated.
'Ph..   newspapers   Of  Paris   are    re-
of .be Prenah telegraphers and rost-^..wlni; the Rtrlkc movement as if u
men  vtiat   has  disorganized  the.  busi- j wag over    The Socialist papers claim
n"S--   life  Of  France  for  a  week    or J a victory; the government is gratified
more, is considered virtually in sight, in; the ending of the unfortunate mis-
Fully rive thousand employees return-1
understanding, while th,- independent
conservative press says that the inci-
ed to work this morning. i , , ,
nli-iii   turnishes  nn  eloquent  lesson  of
A meeting attended by five thousand 1 the dBngerous state of socialism to-
strikers  was  held this  morning,      It [ward  which France is drifting.
was decide.i that the recommendations of the strike committee in the
ii.iiltt-,)' of a settlement constituted a
Surrender to the government because
ih*-. resignation of M. Simyan, under
seeiytary of posts and telgraphs, has
not bfvn -.cured. Consequently another QOmmlttee was appointed to Bee
Premier'1 Clemenceau this afternoon.
The genera] opinion is tbat tho
strikers will emerge victorious, and
thai the government has saved Its
dignity in promising to oust M. Sim-
im   .   .  - ..
The strike commit!..- yesterday decided to call off the employees and
made the first move ro effect a settlement virtually suing for peace. The
strikers communicated to the minister
of public works the terms on which
ihe allied associations collectively
would resume work. These were:
The resignation of M". Simyan, under
secretary of posts and telegraphs;
that no employees should be dismissed on account of the striks. They
desired also the assurance that the
delegates of the association hereafter
. i'St get her answer���then come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements she surely should *ee;
Diamonds and Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAMBER-IN, The Jeweler
o
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8
Learn to Do Banking.
. small your business may be, hnve a bank accouni
terchant who Iiub n bank  acoouni establishes bla credit, has
-    -V  [or lii- cash, and pays bis bills with cheque in a bUBinea
c   oner,
Vor are Invited to open an   account in
 Tie ======
Los Angeles, Cai., .March 22.���Mrs.
Mary WUmot, of AHontov.n, i'a., accompanied by Private Detective John
Reeso, is in this cit) on a search for
former Detective George T. Brown, of
Al eutown, whom she accuses of having stolen Jle.uoo worth of diamonds
and ialua.de papers from her safe deposit box In un Allentowo bank some
months ago.
Mrs. Wllniot says that Brown obtained possession of the key to her
safety deposit box through misrepresentations, and fled after taking the
diamonds and papers.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Nev,   Westminster, B. C. Branch. P. B. LYLE, Mgr.
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000.       |ffi_ ,T_ f   I
OeO*C^<-^0*C>KXD40*0*0*0*0*0 ���0*00*0*O o*-*o*o*-*o*c_ooo'
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! iflL riADE IN SOUTH BEND K-ll .UL
JAMES & McCLUGAN
Brush Fire Is
Disastrous
Beacon
San Francisco, March 22.���Mistaking a brush fire on .-bor,- for a ship
on fir,-, her captain whik- endeavoring
to succor th,- \.-ss,'l by altering the
%-OUrse of the steam schooner K. O.
Iiiiiinn, ran the ship on the rocks near
Bolinas Point lasi night, and it is believed today tbat she will be a total
wreck. The Inmnn Milled from this
port Saturday evening in ballast for
Portland. She had arrived about tw0
milt's off Bolinas Point when Captain
I/iiica_'.er observed what appeared to
be a burning ship close inshore. Hun-
nlng <-lo_e 10 to see if he could be of
any jsHistance, Captain Lancaster
found himself iuslde tbi- line of jagger*
reef.-, and in the heavy weather and
a severe electrical storm which prevailed, the Inman was driven on the
'rocks. The lack of ihe vessel appeared to have been broken by the
impact, Cnptain and crew reached
the shore in rowboats. It waa only
then that the skipper found that what
he had taken to be a burning shi^i
was a brush fire The news o( lhe
disaster was brought to tho My by
the captain Of the    ."inner '>.a Foam.
The Inman wns owned :ny n,,. Loop
Lumber Company, and tvas 186 feet in
length, and valued ���,*��� $100,000.
COSTLY   VADIUM  TUBES
ENCASED IN QUARTZ
London. March  22      The  Ro; il  Brit
i Hi Radium iiisiiiiit,'- has aci mated
the interest in radium and n \ m ol
ini dlcal nnd scientific Ini '' inni'iit
is is supplying tiny tube, of ra-
iiium bromide for Internal therapeutic
work.
\s glass absorbs some of the eman-
ii'"uis the radium bromide is enclose.;
in a very small dome nbout a quarter
"f nn inch in height by three |\.
leenths of an inch in diameter, made
"f quartz. The, tube is hermetically
sealed to a rod and can be Introduced
into an incision or Into ihe interior
-I the body. The quartz holds only
aboul the sixth of a grain of radluitt
bromide, but it costs *"i00,
Take potlOe that an application has
been made to register George Adams
as the owner In Pee Simple, under a
'fai   Sale   D?ed  from  the Mayor and
Treasurer of the  City of N-w Westminster, to   (jeorgo   Adams,    bearing
d;uv the l!arith daj of September, A.u.
j 1902. of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
jsltuu'tt. oing and being lu the City of
; New. West&Uaster, in the Province ol
British    Columbia., more   particularly
j known and described as Subdivisions
| 15  and   IC of  Lo:   8, Suburban  Blo<.-.
In-    .
You and those claiming through or
under ;<r.i and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtu-
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest in
the said l��'.nd by descent, whose title
iw no: registered under the provision-
Of the Land Registry Act, are.required
to contest the claim of the tax pur
chaser within forty-five days from tbe
date of tb.- first publication of :hls notice upon you. and ln default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration,
yon  and  e.vh of you  will  be   forever
estopped and    debarred  from  Betting
up any claim  to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof In fee.
And I hereby certify that publics-
: tion of this notice for thirty days in
a daily  newspaper  published In  New
I Wes-tminstaT  will  be  g<x.d   and   suffl-
Cient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
���I, province of British
;��th  day   of     -March.
New Westmin a
Columbia, thi-;
A. I), 1909.
To    Thomas
C. S. KEITH,
district Registrar.
Vi'lllUm       McColm,
Charlos. W. Wl--, Caroline A. Jack.
���mprew  of  Brrtain        March   26
Empre*s" of   Ireland       April   9
Empre-S of Brital-n       April  23
When sending for friends ln the old
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Call for particulars.
ED. OOULET,
AgenL
extent of oae-quartei 8ecU_
acres, more or lesa
Entry mum be mad. l)fersou..
tho local laud ,.,;';    ��
which the land , situate   �� *��
Proxy may however, be Jg*
tain conditions by the father, ��Z
boo, daughter, brother or8l,;;��;
intending homeataader. '
Thehome3te'ader..req_lr,_U)Iie,
form the conditions coonecte. _,!
with    under   one   of the   ,���llor* 1
plans: "������
ID At least six mo_rns- ,e,lfl
upon and cultivation of t_. lwd"
each year for three years. "
(2) If the father (or inotlu-r i-m,.
father le deceased), ,* ,hh kffi I
Bteader resides upon a farm Ig J
vicinity of the land entered tn ���*
requirements as to residence mar |fl
satisfied by Buch pereon resldJng .J
the father or mother.
(3) If the aettler haa his ponaJ
;ent residence uj.on farming land onl
ed by him ln the vicinity of bin boai
,stead, the -.qulremi-'nts   as   tog,!
;dence may be satisfied by   resife,!
upon the i-nUl land.
Six months' notlot- ln writingit^l
be given to the Coram!.-RionerotD<��l
inlon Lands at Ottawa of Intention fl
apply for patent
COAL.���Coal mining right, nti J
,leased for a period of twenty.nejuil
at an annual rental of tl ;.- m,\
Not more thnn 2560 acres _-'i J
leased to one Individual or commJ
A royalty at the rate ef five rent? pel
ton ehall be collectM on the _tr-|
chantablo coal mined.
w. w. co;ii,
Deroty of the Minister of the tntertol
THE
HOME
P A PEI
Is   the   Paper  That  Print; Al!
the      Home     N'ws
The     Dally    Kews
10c  a   Week.
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection ��ives absolute satisfaction.
SOLD BY
PRISONER ENDS HIS LIFE
AFTER   CONFESSING   MURDER
!
&s. .
Sole Agents _=_____
Boulder, Colo., March 22.   with a
towel wrapped thrlee around hi   neck,
with the loose ends   caughi . boui  a
hook, Lem <'��� Mayhew ended I     own
i- '     �� J life in Jail today.'    lie was aci used <>f
'.       .in-   murdered    William  Co Her.  a
I ���
^   ���������-_ X    U-HDg     lllllllicie., >. i,i,.,in    ,   .,  ||. ���].
��� Trusf^B.ock, Front.St.,;r\ewlWcstminstc.r ���,''""���||"''. H^n- ���"'���"' Lfli-moni    \i.(>
m  .     ,.,.., ���   hew left a complete confeaaji (  ;|,
|  A' MME8' J' McC^GAN. 11 JOlllna  of Collier,   written   before  .,
+++++++++++++++++++++4>**+<:a+++4$t++++++++44++++4+444i. I hanged himself today.
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. v.-'
:_H   23.  1909.
T TI ��   D A I L Y   \ . *, i-
-     'a       ���      iW .
Wanted at Once! 2 made i.
TENOE
..,_:..      -
l'J .V.
1 ������:���������
... i    River
... at  ths of-
'..-
i-
r ..    . S    Ot
-: . iwaj    until
, oi APrtl,
-    i '
_anderec_oa
...
Red   river
Bt  boniface.
.:.: - reet, to-
..:..!   approa .1
H*-       . .    . in Winnipeg.
,  ;.    submit-
*���" .   rlth  othei
���-- ���       ;      -      .     _nd for superior-    ���'
no talned at
��ffi��ol '   ' ' T :': ��l"
.   offlce  of  the
���    st     Boniface,
100 MEN
romi:.
did I
id . e the ai
wn-
��� :- ond-Oand
fU!ni"" .:.*.  other.,:.
CleS  0f  C,3r>-        ��� :.,   Tood-
"** to ��� "   -      -. Al banjo
l*Tg* ": ��� aarp   *_.
IlD' etc" '���' W< ��� ��� Bomi  splei
did     wa!::v .... :..--., L.
cheap,   come    -. 1   , ��� , .,,, ,,..,��� fi,,
your mon--;.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
; Bhli::.��� nt   ol   iv iv
u*w* MCfHCAL MEN ARE
ACHING EOR POWER
Bank of Montreal
C ������-���' t;.
KESER\E
JUSt    re
bicycles.
Repairing of  suns, umbrella-, typewriter.-,   and   Hghl
ery.
automatic maciiin-
1
Ifled that
' ���- ���' anlew
r. ipplied  by the
I : ay be had on
. :. n   Luuisdeii,
I '���'   Ont, and M.
R Pon 1    v neer,   St.
..._ .   '_..:.
, .      . ned  and
Ilk. by all        vv...    to tbe ten-
1     : ,i   be accom-
. ted < ���-��� que  on  a
!"..,'. 1 ;   ihe  Dominion  ol
1 ommlssloner8
jiho Transcontinental Railway, for
J . -   .... .  structure
w work as ,.t schedule, and
1 of $26,000 for steel super-
heture and floor.
I The cheque- deposited by the
whose tender Is accepted wlll
I deposited to the credit of the He-
kwr-Gonera: of Canada as security
r the due and faithful performance
I the contract according to its t,erms.
raits deposited by parties whose
j__en _. -:���' r <1 will be returned
���thin ten days after the signing ot
le contract.
���The right rved :o reject any
i all bldstaoln ....6  . .ogicOthe ao
I all tenders.   By order
I1 E  RYAN, Secretary.
tie Commissioner- of the Transcon-
Hiatal Railway.
l-atrd at Ottawa  6th March. 1909.
|Ntws?a;-:a   Inserting    This ad ver-
(emeu: without suthi rlty  from  the
V____on��_ will not 1.. paid for it.
few Spring Goods for
lies and Gentlemen
(A beautiful line ot   material    for
per made c   1 -.��� and suitings has
ty arrived.
V*tnm feci fit and good
rtBUMhlp,
ING  YUEN
Kwcn3 On Wo &  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnes    Sts.
Alex. Speck
Pure Food [nsurea
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
Phys ia Would Prohibit
Perpetuation oi Physical
Misfits By Leeislatioa
Columbia St.    "M
an  on   the H'h.-.-i.
Choice   Hams   18i
AT THE
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fllca 'Pnone 18_.     Barn   Po me 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage    lellverea    prompt!)    to
any  part of tae cttv.
Central Meat Market Lighct^l^fIyoElaauling
New Spring Goods
n- ���-     V. rn     :.:..., -    ..     v. ileal
1 sole o
. ni   classes  and  crtmi-
ai or   vVoods :-...:
��� Ilea   authority, lu
an ....���������:       .      Dnl-
Of 2 .:.   \. R   Yoi ..   I
"   * ...i   iv.
1   hai      th
'������ rent 1      ���������;������ ���������������������: n -
ani 1 cii 11 ns,   Tbe time of   mi      ���
la  I ���'::._-      Mu. h  of     '
mj ���:��� rj    .-   .. b   -- irrounds
! .... . the r, sl
��� -  '   - earing
Dr ���     ��� bat the mon
v- -���'   ���      In  this  ���
try wi ���������    ��� v -us to       ���.: i ��� polltli - v.
"vl r that they 1       1  carry  Into 1 f-
feci  m ��   I leas  tor protection of
hi alt! Physicians, _, -aid. were be-
comlnj ager to gel Into Btate legla-
latures, Into congress, and Into the
cai ���".' t.
$i+.-40o.ooaoo
11    a'.Y.W  00
  and \  ad      LM toe   �����..���.
������������-     id Spokaa��  i   s  a . and Mc\ a a ..--..I ���-!,
icted
Lt-tttrs ot Credit '*-_..-'. .,       .-,    ,      rreepoadea .  la   rii ol
the   ���
Savings   Bank   Department   D �� ..  -v       ���  |    ;-.B-   ..
lowed at ���' v ��� . v    per annua (pr-e-tot rat*
Total Assets a-\fr llttiMNypoOAQ
<
new WESTMINSTER branch, c,   p.  brymner.  ManafM-,
4t4+m4n4444+4444++++++44mm*4++4444444+4+++4m4>mmnm+k.*m-.
4 4
I Lawn Grass Seed %
AT
RYALL'S
!>RUG
STORE
PHONE   (7
44444444m4*44444444*444**m
.++4444
r������
Oorner Klgihtn St.  _n<_    Plftn A venae
PHONE   37C
BOWEL- <_  ODDt. Froprietor*
Anjilican CM
fnglish Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $1275
up-
Bllver Watches, gent-' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgl-
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly  the   material  you   want for
suits made to order.    Perfect tit guar-
���anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor  Hotel.
Attains Jubilee
Fraser River Service
fcODP 51
P. O. Dox 665.
��������������������������������������������������
jfegjs the
Q��E9rtunity
Henry's catalogue
iai '"������'-  oui '.o,lr order for
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SAT
URDAY.
at 8 a m., calling nt following points.
Hammond, Haney, Langley, t_leu Valley, Whonnock, lluskiu, SHverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mis-ion. Hatxifl
Dewdney, N'Icomen island, Sumiu- anj
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sut>
day at 7 am. Excellent passenger
accomodation.    Lowest Freight rates.
Western steamboat oo., im
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westniinstc:
P. O. Box ITI        Tel. 63,        Res   129.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.   Engines
PALMER
BROS. TWO
AND POUR
CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
���nsiinuvi fn v Page One 1
1 1-: to 25 h p., 2 and 1 cycle. Best
value on the market, Engines kept in
stock at
..W'estminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
paci.
Ic
Coast
Tested Seeds
Tr...   ,,,
N    '   '        Bee Supplies, etc.
No ii.
dela
<ft ri
'"   '"- fumigation. No
customs.
vou ���
PRE3S  THE  BUTTON,
We DO THE RE9T.
HENRY'S i
^���"series;;
h��l���'.T;nh0U6cs ^d   Seed-
Cr��Bc'_tm,n,Ur Road'
ri��'C, Branch Nur
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Seheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster ut 6:50, 6:50, " JO and 8:00
a. 111, and every half hi ur thereafter
until   11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
. mver at 5:60, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.111, and every hall hour Mien
after until  H :(.'(��� p m
S-nday Schedule.
Cars leave Vanoouver for New West
minster .it h-.OO and !��:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave New Westniini-ter for Van-
couver at 8:00 a.m., and nyery half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
i..j. '..'...'..'..\.t.^~l. -i..j���]_t..r..T.^^��j.
���THAT'S  OUR J
BUSINESS
J. Every   order   placed   with
-4-
..     us    in .ins    a   satisfied   customer.
fl! I. WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
So^h Van
Jrscry,
couver.
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Lv.
Lv.
Lv.
n :n
Lv.
Lv.
p.m
Lv.
am
Great   Northern Railway.
N.W. 9:16 a.m.; _'��� Seattle 1
N.W. ivi- p.m.; ar. Seattle 1"
N.W. U':10 a.m ; ar. Seattle
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AfH|7! ,;,":;;''-- Mary.
tal .   .
"rh"''""k"i\r.,l Man.
Gi n, R.__p0rt Guichon.
Leaves New Westmnnder on   I ����*
day at 10 a.m.. returns at 5 r""
city.      Leaves  Thursday.   I   I"1'"
rives l��� city Friday 8:46 a.m   '
Friday at 8:60 p.m., arrives in ��  ���
Saturday at 9 a.m. 0_
I-eavea Port Oulchpn al  1  Pm'
Tuesday.  G:30  a,m.  on    I lM "
6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives at For
Cuichon 6 p.m., Thursday "nd
Hates on work of any de
crlptlon or quantity quote
on application.
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Daily News Block. *.
J.    New Westminster. Phone 388   ������
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Edison Theatre
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-litnated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
THE
LATE8T  HITS
8EA80N.
OF THE
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.     Special ma'-Inee for
ladles and children, Saturdays at 2:31
p.m.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manag r.
more at  the  present  day, cannoi   be
ovi: stimati ,i
Tims the money was   provided, and
befoi    so verj  longth  man ��a- tortti-.
i'o:: ll g  also.
Oeorge Hills, vicai of Qreai rar-
mouth, was chosen ii- Bpent a few
months in England after his consecration, daring which hi made a vigorous' effort to secun men and funds,
being backed up with a hearty good-
win by Bishop Tait, of London, and !
Bishop WllberfOrce, of Oxford. Among
those young men to whom the call of |
God came  at   this  particular  moment I
was another Leeds curat,- John Bheep-
shanks, who followed    Oeorge Hills
-in to the distant West, nnd after nine i
years of unremitting toll at New W. st-
minster  on  the  banks of  the   Fraser
riv.r. returned to England, afterwards
becoming Bishop of  Norwich.
Financial  Depression.
After Bishop Hi! s sailed In Novem-I
ber 1-859, a period of financial depression s,t in.    Tin- endowments of the
dloci ��������� bad been invested [jj th,- province Itself, and anxiety for the future j
followed.    Then, once  more. Internal I
troubles sprang up In the shape of n
schism  In  Victoria  itself.      Still,    In
spite of al] these difficulties, the good ;
work  grew  and  prospered.    On  commencing operations.  Hills  found  only I
one solitary clergyman nt work, but lu '
twenty years' time he hud succei*lcd
In dividing up his great diocese Into
three  jiortions  and returned   to  Kng-
Innd.
Westminster Diocese.
In 1879 the diocese was divided, and
the see of New Westminster formed.
under lilshop Slllitoe. Although the
church in the diocese of New Westminster has been confronted with no
smal] amount of difficulties in recent
years, yet it has never slackened ln
its progress. Fifteen years ago there
were only IS clergy in Kootenay and
33 in New Westminster. Tln-n, there
was not, properly speaking, one single self-supporting church; today there
are 18.   The diocese of Kootenay was
j formed in moo, remaining under tha
spiritual Jurisdiction of Blahop Dart,
of      New    Westminster,      who    mic-
j (veiled   the late  BtthOp  Slllitoe
Training the Clergy.
The leaders of the church hav,. de-
| elded  to  throw  In   their  lot   wllh   the
provinc,. and  t<* establish an  Institution,  which   wlll  be    known    ns    HI
Mark's   College,   the   main   object   of
which will be the training of British
Columbia's future clergy,   it win  be
attached to the university n_ ii h.MI-
governlng  hostel, and    Hh    it-dentii
though possessing their own ohapel,
and under the guldanoe of their own
j oracor, wiii   n.-vt-rtheicHii be enabled
jto participate In all the many advan-
| tag. s   derivable  from   B   great   centre
jof higher education.
Th<-  establishment    of    St.  Marks
College Is tO be B memorial of Bishop
j Hills.
Local Churches.
Tho first  Holy Trinity church  was
| a     small     wooden    .uildlhR     reared
i among th,- plump .   and    ReV. .lohn
[Sheepshanks, now Bishop of Norwich,
tho  rector,   lived  In  a  little  log hut
near lh.. church.   The first stone etli-
flco  wns .bullt  In 1870,    and    though
damaged In the lire, has sine, been
rebuilt.     Bt.   Mary's.   Sapperton.   the
pioneer church, still remains, though
j built   by   the    Sappers    under    Col. (
! Moody's  direction  50 years  tjgo.    Bt. |
j Barnabas was founded some 17 years.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Afijnu/.i, .urrr- and Dinners in All A'inu    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doorl,
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
A Bag of Cement
bought here will be fOUnd entirely ir<... from powdered clny
���md   othi i   . bsepenlng   biiin-r.
That in--.ins the cement will imi
farther and lasi better |hnn the
tilled" kinds If you bavo h'M
experience i*ou know it payn to
buv the .- ll "ii .ling iniii'-rials.
To obtain ii- best ou n t,.. wi-*..
to oome tn I--    We don't handle
anj   Other  laiiid.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cus for Vancouver and way
stations wi,': run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Lan
car li-Aves at 11 p. m.
LaBt car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city   line.
City Lme: Pars leave trum
office on th���� hour, twenty mtn-
iit-, '��� - ud forty minute,
after, commenoiaf at ��i: 20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten mitt-tea after the hour,
half past and llfty minutes alter
the hour, commhnetng at 9 90
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between i   m. and 11. p. ni.
British Columbia Electricity. Co., Ud
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since,
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r    PAGE EIGHT,
THE  HAIL?  NEWS.
TUESDA^ MARCH 23
EPWORTH LEAGUERS !
WILL MEET IN SEATTLE
Special   Arrangements   Will   Be   Made
for Receiving of Methodist Guests       j
At A.-Y.-P. Exposition.
Seattle, Wash. March 2
spirit   Of   enterprise   and
Opportunity
THE
Public Supply Store
'T*HE very fact that there are
* more Great Majestie Mel-
leable and Charcoal Iron Rantfet
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that It is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
Tbe Great Majestic Range lasts
three Lmes es long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
is simply selling out    ___ ___
their Crockery and:
Glassware at a big!The Pearson Electric Co.
reduction.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
If you want any-'
thing in this line,; Dea|ers ,n t|ectl1ca| Mach|n.
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying-
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
cry, Fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.    Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.
���With Tli.
iccomplisii
ment manifested In all iis undertakings, Seattle is preparing to take care j
of the International Convention of Ep-
worth Leagues, which meets iu Scat-
tie July  7  to 12, and extend-   to all
oi the 5,000/000 members of the -Meth-
odist   church   nnd   especially   to   the
1,-500,000 Epworth Leafmers, a cordial j
invitation to attend.
The  .WO.OOO  people of  Seattle    are ;
largely   transplanted   Easterners,  Southerners and, Canadians    They represent   tht.-   pioneer   elements   of   these
people nnd are the wells from which
the  Seattle spirit  bubbles���the  spirit
which makes Seattle famous  tor the
accomplishment of great things.    The I
latest evidence  of this spirit will  be
found by visitors in the Alaska-Yukon-
I'ncific Exposition which will be one
of  Seattle's attractions this  summer. .
The exposition will be the most unique
ever given on the American continent
nnd there is every indication that it j
will be both artistically and financial- '
ly successful.    The natural surround- '
ings of  the  exposition  grounds    arc
certainly the most beautiful in which
any   American  exposition    has    ever
been held, as beautiful views of lakes
and mountains can be had from many
poin'.s on the grounds.    The architecture Is good and the fair will be ready '
.luue   1,   with   buildings  and  exhibits
valued at over $50,000,000.   July 12th j
will be  Epworth League Day" at the'
Exposition.
PIANOS
These household necessaries will never j
Be bought cheaper;
or better anywhere L
than at the
ORGANS
TALKING MACHINES.
1 Victor and   Kdlsoni
RECORDS
SEWING MACHINES
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson 1
BANJO AND  SHEET MUSIC
have   them   all   at   prices to suit
everyone.
Death of Mrs. Joseph Doekrill.
Mrs. Joseph Doekrill, of Sunnysid., |
Port Moody, died yesterday  morning;
after a short Illness. The Interment is j
today at the Church of England ceme-.
tery, Sapperton, and will be preceded I
by  a  service    held    at  the    English [
church,  Port Moody, at 11 a.m.      De-
censed, whose maiden name was M.at"t-..
Catherlmn ��'Gorman, was a native Of
[neland, and married Mr. Doekrill on
September 14, 1858, at Florence, Ont.,
��� ele .rating    her    golden  wedding  at
Port Moody last year, when her eight
children    (two  boys and    six girls),
twenty-six      grandchildren    and    two
irrcat-grandchildren, were present. Mr.
^nnd Mrs. Doekrill had lived In B. C.
for over a quarter of a century.    Mrs.
T. ,T. Trapp, of this city, is the eldest
daughter of the deceased.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF
Toilet Requisites
Of the   Best Quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard   Block,  New Westminster
Kansas Takes Island.
Washington, March 22���The U. S.
supreme court, ln an opinion written
by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, today decided the Missouri-Kansas boundary line dispute in favor of Kansas,
ending the long controversy relative
to Goose island, in the Missouri river,
near Kansas City.
BREAKFAST IS READY.
25c.
Sliced Oranges:   Rolled Oats.
Poached Eggs, Boiled Eggs. Ham
and  Eggs.  Bacon  and Eggs.
Plain Steak. Halibut Steak. Pork
Chop. Mutton Chop. Veal Cutlet. Salomon Steak.
Toast,     Bread,      Butter,
Hot   Cakes   with   Maple   Syrup
Tea Coffee .Milk
only Fresh Ranch Eggs used in
this Cafe.
THE ROYAL CAPE,
New and Stylish
Designs in
Ladies'
>+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++���.
An Ideal
Blouses
PRICES  FROM
$1.25 to$7
iA   NUMBER  OF  SLIGHTLY   SOILED it
BLOUSES  FROM   50c   UP.
A. J. BIRTCH
"THE  WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
Farm Home
We are offering for sale an Ideal larni home in the Eraser valley. There nre SO iter, s of the rich,.-! alluvial soil; 40 acres cleared
and balance very light hrush. It is convenient to town, water mains
l-ass the door, and water Is pumped to the buildings. *We offer this
farm for only $0000;  half cash, balance at 7 per cent.
lion's ahother only foui mil,, from town; 80 acres; fin cleared.
This is 11 money-making Investment.     Price $8000.
To rent���lOO-ftcre farm: 80 acres cleared, and free from stumps;
balance   good    pasture     land.   There is a first-class orchard on the
'"' "v from which lust year over $400 worth of fruit wus sold;  20
acres are in fall wheat, The buildings are good. It Is an ideal
dairy and fruit farm and h money-maker to any one. Easy
terms.
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New Westminster, B. C, X
irfTT^_r~iirTPV^^ ���' ��� ���
ATTRACTIVE  AND
SERVICEABLE
LOWLY PRICED.
We mention here a few of the most popular lines
which have fou.id their way into the Dress Goods
Section during the last few days. You may become
better acquainted with the values to be found here by
a personal inspection. Ask to see these new lines,
They denote the best values procurable.
Striped Armure and ^lain
Armure Cloth
In navy,  brown    cardinal, green and
cream.     Per yawl 50c
Fancy Striped Foule
in narrow    pattern    stripes.     Co.or.
navy, brown, cardinal.        Per yard65c
Fancy Wool Plaids
in dark shadings of brown, green and
ft&vy,      Per 5 ard 6O0
New Shades in Cashmeres
a    complete    runs      trow    In   stock
Shades of navy, brown, green, cardinal,  black,  cream, etc      Per yard
 50c and 65c
Self Stripes in Suitings
.2 to Vi inch suitings in the populai
colors, medium weights. Shades ot
preen, navy, brown, cardinal, taupe
grey, black and grey, etc. Per yard
 90c to $10)0
Satin Striped Voile
Hiark   ���.>_,}���   in heavy   weight   narrow
stripes.      Per yard $1.15
������������������������������������������^
t
Cream Coatings
J
t
!
..uch materials as PANAMA, heavy
Bi rge, mohair, Bedford cord, broadcloth, etc., in the proper weights for
spring and summer coats. Per yard
 90c to $1.50
Brocaded Linings
\ highly finished coat lining with tan.
cy. design on tine body. A most desirable and serviceable lining in
every respect; 36 inches wide. Per
yard    60c
Special Out Sizes in
Ladies' Skirts
An attractive line of ladles' panama
skirts in black ami nnvy, made in 7-H-
ll gor.d; plain style, with fold of
same material. We have had these
skirts mad- especially to order with
waist measure running from 28 inches
to 3G inches; Inlengthg from 36 to 42
inches.       Each $7.50 to $12.50
A Superior Quality Cotton
Table Damask
75c per yard
72-lnch white cotton tnblc damask
with n permanent high lln-n fmis'i
which Is guaranteed to launder in per.
feel style. Damask of this grade is
superior to Inferior linens. Try a
table length. You wi.1 be well pleased
with It I'orVvery-iIay use.
72 Inch Curtain Net
���lust arrived���several pieces of White
t nd colored bobinet or fish net. In
great demand for curtains of every de-
scrlption.     Per yard 35c to 50c
New Linen Suitings
Here at last
We make this statement because ol
the fact that dozens of our customers
have been Inquiring regarding tlvm
from tline to time lately. We an
now showing a complete rani
striped an.l plain costume linens in
bhades 01 OREEN, BROWN, SKY.
MAUVE. Copenhagen blue and 1
Per >ard 35c t_ 50c
WHITE INDIAN HEAD
Per yard 25c
STRIP ED   INDIAN   HEAD
Per yard 35c to 45c
Manchester Galatea
Suitiags
In  stripes.     Shades of  brown, green,
fimn and blue.      Per yard  . ...    35c
The Millinery Section
ANNOUNCES     THE     DISPLAY     OF
MORE   NEW   HATS
New   shap -v  ii- w  (lowers, new ornaments, straw  braids, und othi r i""1"
mlngi of every description, have
rived since the Grand  Millinery display.     Those In oharge   have
busy  turning    ottl   hats trim
styles which are models haul to distinguish   from   the  expeiisiv.   p
Inns.      The adaptation    of   Btyl-
suit your requirements, the pricing
huts so that they are within the ''���
of ev-ry  purse, are features carefull
'though; out and are what  male   '
Millinery Department so popular,
Then again there Is placed before !
here an immense range of everything
to choos,. from iii the matching and
making up of hats to your liking. S
lect now when you have such choice
and leave your orders early.
*^^^**^**+*44 + + + + + 4 + + +++++ ++++^+^+ + + + 4s4. + + + + + 4f + + 4, + + w+++++******44^*
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
,���.-. I
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