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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LIFE
A88URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & ( ,
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85  g
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH  16, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PE '_
  if
)PY
TWENTY DROWNED IN
BOOSTED PORTLAND      COLLISION AT SEA
Who Advertised Rose i Few   of  the   Crew of  the
City Broadcast Will Now;   Margrethe Iquique Escape
Boom Canada.
in North Sea Disaster.
i on
Have
offer   -aid   to
to Thomas Richardson, tbe
i ���   Portland, says:
. _son will Bever his n -
1   b
Rotterdam, March 111.���In a collision .between the Norwegian steamer
Mascoi .mil the German Bhip Margre-
iii.i. aboul i'n mih - -vest of Maas
lightship, th- latter waa sunk and ISO
i Portland Commercial I of the 26 members of her crew were
ttager of Us publicity de- drowned..      The   Mascot   baa put in
here with a large hoI�� in her bow.
The Margretha was bound for Hamburg from Calenta Bu. na. She was a
ship of 2002 ne; tons commanded by
Captain   Woeltber.
The Margretha was formerly known
as the liritish-.ship Lancaster Castle.
She was 278 feet in length.
The Mascot was formerly ibe British steamer Eldfleld. .-:.. is an iron
Vessel of 1072 tons.
-.����� ���
31    next.      Hie
,i,  the local  organization
mtil that date, when,
li  report has it. h<- will
- i anada, to enter the
... adian government
- its publicity work.      It is
( thai   Mr.   Richardson   has
,   es to the Cana-
c        ,,, mmeni for a pi riod of three
I . which lv Is io receive the
i, ol  $100,000.      li  is the
_     Richardson to remain
llreci   the   **<""k in
., _ ��� tigaged until the end ol
U, .,._ ��� _��� to his contract.   A
|g. ,-        the C immercial club said:
D  Oregon  and   taking  up
m s*ork  with   the   local
smmeri dj   shortly   before   the
,-,... .  i Clark fair. Mr. Richardson j
���     . c io:- in the unpre-1
ai i       |ei -lopment of this state. )
,i boostei  who accomplishes sub-
Utlal be has gained an en- !
-,. -.   itation.     His contemp atdd
I ,-. n     ��� :i.   Portland   will   he   an
'c.i-Kij for    v- re regret by the rep.
lentativi  ni''n of the city, who have
en -��� ������ .i .-I  'aith Mr. Richardson
ftough the Commercial du-b.
["This organization recently outlined
Ui        al nuing its pub'ieiiy work
-n enlarged  scale and it  may be
���jected thai steps soon wi.l be (ptken
i'i.     thi    elctlon of a man capa-
t-Of taking up the work where  Mr
febii. "ii leaves ofl'.'
���"Mr Richardson would  not   admit
y.'-'i.. thai he had contracted his
[Tle�� v.nh   ib,.  Canadian  aiithori-
-Bdanlng   January l  n xt ami
^uid not d;pciiss ih--  subject  other
��i to say that ho would remain in
Inland and    continue    bla  present
Jrk until next January in fulfilment
J Ms contract  with the Commercial
Jib management.      The presence  in
Inland yesterday of representatives
[tie Canadian government and their
leruinment    bj     Mr.    Richardson
JfN-4 o.-.ly   io    relive    rumors that
'" ��-'     rrenl for several days to
eUeci thai Mr. Richardson would
l< remain with the Commercial club
pr than the end of the year. This
coupled  with other leaks irom
rely authoritative source, .a be-
, '   '   '   ' >   to   confirm   the   facts   as
are  h'Tr related."
IW PRAYEiS FOH RAIN
IN HEXICAN CHURCHES
ROYAL COMMISSION TO
INVESTIGATE IN MONTREAL
Civic   Administration of City   Will   Be
Probed���Judgment Delivered
by Court of  Appeals.
Montr-al. March l.v in the court
of appeals this morning Judges Carrol:, Trenholme, Cross, Archambault
and Sir Henry Tascherean delivered
unanimous judgment through the latter, recommending tlie appointment
of a royal commission with full powers to investigate the entire civic administration of the city. The judgment further states specific charges
are not necessary to justify ihe ap-
iwiintment of a commission. It is ex-
peeled the provincial government will
now accede to the request of the citizens' committee for a commission.
->P   Echever
-    _|
Treats Continued
Republic as  National
Calamity.
TECUMSEHS   MAY   COME
AFTER MINTO CUP
The Tecumsehs are still wavering
between a desire to enjoy a holiday
at the coast and an attempt to back
down gracefully after neglecting to
comply with the regulations governing a challenge for the Minto cup. as
laid down by Trustett P, D. Ross, the
ht.st development being a letter forwarded by Charlie Querrle to H.
Ryall, secretary of the Westminster
Lacrosse club, in which the manager
of the Indians volunteers to bring his
band of braves to the coast for games
"ii July 1 and 3, Qui rrie is anxious
for an immedinte answer, as, in the
event of his proposition being favorably considered, he will apply lor
touring privileges at the annua] meet.
ing of the N. L. U. early next month.
The question of accepting tills eleventh hour challenge will be discussed
al the annual meeting of the local
club on Friday evening
CANADIANS NOT PRONE TO
DEVELOP INTO CRIMINALS
ROYAL CITY GAS PROPOSAL
TAKES NEW LEASE Of IK
Washington Gas Company Owners Prepared to Start Work
at Once if Amendments to Franchise Are Granted
Boulevarding of Residential Streets
Under Review.
Tin- promoters w-bo are proposing
to take ovei the Royal City Gas Company's fi..' hise wain d on the City
Council last evening with their proposals, A number of minor mutters
came up for discussion, the Council
boding a protracted session.
Royal   City   Gas  Co.
A deputation  waited on  '.he Council
th ave , ai i Fourth si reet,
i,vn his resi.li in e. ,.nd \V. T. Ueid
i-.   boulevarding in front of bis pr. m-
ai the corner of Sixth street and
Fourth avenue, led io a discussion on
boulevarding,
Ud  Johnston wished the Council to
permit property own, ,s to pay the (lit-
STATISTICS SHOW
SUPPLIES IN CANADA
Interesting Figures Detail
Wealth of Dominion in
Grain, Roots and Cattle.
ference bet wren box culverts and vit-
wiih refer.-nee to the franchise of the I rifled pipe when the former had to be
Royal City Gas Improvement Co., Ltd.,   laid,  to encourage  planting.
Aid. Henley  thought   if the  board
of works did ihe work the property
which will  be acquired by capitalists
interested in a number of gas undertakings on iho Pacific coast. The dep-   ...vers should pay the cost.
ti tat Ion consisted of Oscar Foote,  ol |    The aldermen  thought it necessary
Seattle. F. C. Brewer, of Tacoma, and   that   further  boulevarding  should ibe
II. A. Eastman, a director oi tin   orl-   done by ihe city, in order to secure
ginal   company.      They   were    Intro-  uniformity,
dticed by W. J. Whiteside, solic tor t ��� Md. Smith said residents on St.
the company. George   streel     wished     to    have   it
Mr. Whiteside .-aid the. applicants Improved. This affected the north
wanted certain amendments in the aid ��� only, but two vacant lots existed.
franchise passed by the Council in belonging to a San Francisco owner,
June. 1908, in order to operate the with whom they comd not get ln
plant. touch.     Aid. Jardine promised to got
Mr. Brewer said that after looking i Into touch with the man.
over  the  situation   in   tlie   city   they ; The  Lake Visit,
had come to the conclusion that with i A somewhat acrimonious discussion
the cost of operating the plant, and took place ou a report from Alderman
the amount of gas which could be Garrett as to the occurrences at the
sold here, they figured they could not , visit to Coquitlam lake on Saturday.
under the bylaw as granted to the llr r-ported that when Mr. Rryson
Royal City Gas Company, get down and himself reached Westminster
to business. They were not a com-! Junction the Vancouver Tower Company seeking to sell stock, but a ''Ona [ipany's engineer met the party by ar-
fide business concern. Ther,. were : rangement, and occupied a seal which
three amrmlments which they consid- should have been reserved. In con-
ered essential before installing the sequence they had to get another rig
plant sent  up  to  the junction   from town.
No Immediate Profit. Later  they  had  no  time  to get into
Mr. Foote, explaining the proposals conversation with the engineer (Mr.
of the company, said they proposed to ; Chiptn.-in) to explain the situation to
lake over the stock themselves, him when at tbe lake, Next day
though they would not object to a (Sunday) tbey went out again and
certain number of local shareholders, lound an opportunity io talk to Mr.
'Ine person or persons who obtained ..lipman. He believed the Tower
the original franchise wer- not practl- company would put all their buildings
cai   operating  men,   and   had   agreed   on  the  south  side of    the  proposed
Ottawa, March 17.���Tb.- census and
statii l H s office has Issued a Bta ���
men; of quantities Of grain, bay and
���dais on hand in Canada al the i a I
ol February and the condition of live
stock in the country ut thai date. Tne
stati ment  says:
Reports of correspondence made to
the census and statistics office at ihe
end of February show that the quantity of wheat then tn the farmers*
bands in the whole of Canada was
per cent, of the crop of last
y ;ir. which is I';.'.747.000 bushels left
OUt of a totai product of 112,434,000
ashels.
Of oats then waa -K..f>7 per cent.,
being 19,222,000 out of 250,377,000
bushels.
Of barley tli- re .vis 33.56 pi r cent-
being 15,692,000 -lit of 46,7BS,00U
bushels.
uf huckwlnai 'ber,. was 29.05 per
cent., being 2,071,000 out of 7,163,000
hushels.
Of potatoes there was 44.10 per
cent., being "12.542,000 out of 78,790,-
000 bushels.
Of turnips and other roots there
was :I9.18 per cent., being 38,671,000
out of 101,241,000 bushels.
Of hay there was 34.51 per cent., 'being -.952,000 out of 11,450,000 tons.
Of fodder corn, there was 3B.S6 per
cent., being 1.179.300 out of 2,922.000
tons.
The condition of live stock in the
Dominion at the end of February was
S1.40 for Jerseys; 76.70 for milch
cows; 7".79 for other horned cattle;
7S.I.2 for sheep -Tad 74.34 for swln*.
100 being tak**-n ns the standard for
comparison.
TEMALEIEADE..-..
BANDITS CAUGHT
"Tigress of Cordova" Taken
Prisoner After Stubborn
Fight in Mexico.
V-ia Cms, Me.x., march 15.���Au-
gii.-tine Mora, referred Io as the T -
gress of Cordova, leader of on- of tin
worst bandit bands of this region, ha
taken prisoner after a fight ...
the mountain rendezvous of the ga -
between Ure    andlts and the rura. s.
The battle occurred about a n> ���
from Cordova. In the fight Pedrez, a
nirale captlan, and two of his men
we e hilled. Three of the followers of
the tigress were captured with her.
The woman w-as wanted for three
atrocious murders and many acts i I
robbery committed by her band. S*v
fought desperately and it required
three rurales to place her in irons.
CONFERENCE Will. FIX
MINERS' WAGE SCALE
Joint Meeting to  Minimize Dange--
Strike in Alberta  and  British
Columbia.
cf
to conditions which wore Impossible
Of fulfilment, They believed the city
would In a IVw years see great developments in population, and general
business conditions. They did ii"'.
expect the business to pay a profit
lor some time to come. They believed there would l.e a reasonable
return for their investment later. The
three amendments to the franchise
they sought were:
ll) To amend the clause dealing
with bonus, mat at the end of five statement,
years the corporation should receive
a bonus of 2 per cent on the pric- of
all gns sold to the inhabitants of the
city.
(21 Thai ihe term of lu years at
the ''nd of which the city could resume the control of the franchise
should be altered to 20 years, in order
to give the promoters the opportunity
to make something on the investment.
(ll) That the two rates of $1.75 per
thousand   feel for lighting, and $1.25
dam, to prevent contamination
Aid .Adams denied there w.is any
intention to slight the aldermen or
citizens' committee, and Aid. Gray
said Mr. Chipman had told him there
na* no attempt made to influence him
in any way whatever.
Matter Dropped.
Aid, Adams said Mr. Chipman had
described the lake as the purest body
of water he had ever seen.
Aid.    Garrett    took    Issue on that
The water   up  the  lake
was   absolutely   pure,   but   not   down
by the intake pipe close to lhe swamp
and present dam.
The mailer was allowed to drop.
Mr. Bryson was piesent to listen to
this debate. The special committee
will proceed to Vii toria to attend the
meeting of the executive on Wednesday, when the application again comes
up.
Hall-Lavery   Block.
Hull and Lavery  asked  for permls-
FUR-BEARING ANIMALS
GRADUALLY DISAPPEARING
Indiscriminate   Slaughter   of   Animals
by Trapper^   Has   Greatly   Lessened Number in Canada.
Washington, IJ. C March 16.���
Canada's fur trade is tho greatest of
tiny country in ihe world hut this
source of millions In wealth each year
Is likely to be seriously curtailed
through the wanton destruction of the
forests and the fur-bearing animals
protected therein according tn Consul
VanSandt of Kingston, in a report to
the bureau of manufacturers. If the
Canadian forests are properly protected, it is claimed ihey will be more
prolific In fur-bearing animals. The
indiscriminate slaughter of animals
has greatly decreased the supply of
fur skins. At some points the px-
ports have been cut down 50 per cent.
Winnipeg, March 15.���The adjourned joint conference between the operators and miners' delegates of Western
Canada and British Columbia to fli-
the schedule of wages on the termination of tbe present agreement, will
take place at Macleod, Alta., tomo**-
row. It was at first f.*ared thai
President Sherman would not he ahi-
;o attend, as he has been laid ur
with appendicitis. He r-'fised to
undergo an operation, fearing h<
wou.d not be a.ble to be present, and
! avee tonignt for the conference.
The result of the conference i��
eagerly awaited, as many fear a bi���
strike of coal miners may be declared unless a settlement can he arrived at.
March    15.    The
;l   " si ,.,,. ,-,, thl. -echo resultani sul
Jose Maria  l-Vii-
' national __lam-
,  '       -111'  ordered Payers In
 lays'rain.
Ij conducting
���h.  cathedra] here.
I'i',
fUHlE STRIKE IS
PRtlilCTFO BY LEADER
Ottawa. March 16.- Trad.- Conim i
Bioner Larke, of Sydney. .\. S. W., reports to the trade and commerce department that during 1908 there were
only ni persons of Canadian birth
convicted of crime in Australia, as
compared with 868 of United states
origin. In none of the Canadian 0B--
os were the crimes serious, while 1*1
Americans were convicted I'm- grave
offences,
EXTENSION OF MANITOBA
POSTPONED FOR PRESENT
for power, be made a straight rate of Ision to use the wall of the Citj Hall
$1.75, The rates in Washington sat; for the purposes Of iheir building ad-
..., re $2 a thousand feet, and he point joining, offering $500 for the privilege.
ed out how desirable it was a com-      Alderman Smith, who reported on
the matter ^oiiie  tune  ago,  said   the
mon unit should be adopted.
Give Undertaking. 'construction of a new wall would cost
He undertook to pay for the amend-   $850,  at   the   proposed   Bize  it   repie-
menis necessary, and to give a  letter   Bented 31,500 bricks at $25 a thousand,
le recommended that $800 should ne
STREET RAILWAY MEN OF
WINNIPEG MAY STRIKE
Winnipeg, March 15.���Tbe latest
cloud of the labor horrizon is the report of possible trouble between the
Street Railway company and its conductors and niotorm.n. The existing
schedule will expire at (he end oi
this month and the men are discussing whether any change will be asked
for. It has 'een proposed that they
ask for a nine-hour day and an increase in wages, which will b^ equivalent to no change In pay because ot
the shortened hours. Th* union is
said to be very Insistent In the demand.
.,, the Council that the company would
begin u'"rk within a specified time.
\n amendment will be introduced
al the next meeting to the bylaw
passed last summer, in accordance
wiih the wishes of the promotors. The
Council expressed Itself well satis-
lied with the prospects of the resumption of the industry.
Lulu  Island Dyke.
asked.      A   motion     accordingly   was
passed.
Miscellaneous.
VV, G, McQuarrie, city solicitor,
wrote announcing the change in the
tinn. to Wade, WheallM & McQuarrie,
and trusted the arrangement would
be satisfactory to the Council. lie
will ibe notified thai   the  change  is
I
ilarch    16..
Ml  itrike."
���;
:..
"Thi
I   .  .. "    Of   l.is.ric,    NO.
,:' ������ Mine Workers, made
onlghi
in ilisi-usslng
I-'
"".:,. ���
r' "m' nt     Wllh   the
toe opposing sides
nn_  .
operators have nl-
"-.   but   at   -he
''   Which We pre.
1 ' he said.
' '���:
ap-
Ottawa. March 15,-Tbe Manitoba
boundary question is likely to liav" '"
sland over until next BOBsion of parliament. Tin- Manitoba Government
has declined to accept the proposer
boundary as out lined by resolution ai
the lnst session <>f parliament i
subsequently demanded n larger
of territory of Keewatln. This
ce8iitat_s consultation with the
.arlo Government by th" Doi-l-MJ
authorities and it can not he don.������ '
fore tho end of the session II
gallon Is to take pl ice al
dale.
lice
ne
arly
The driving of a pile right through  acceptable.
the dyke on Lulu Island, endangering |   The   plumbing   bylaw   amendment
was   ie,'i,|  a   lirst  and  second  time.
White, shiles .. Co. wrote offering
to purchase lots 27-28, block  A. Lulu
its safety, was drawn to the intention
of the Council iby Aid. Jardine, and
owing to its urgency, Aid. Henley will
act.
ESdward Mercer, who is constructing
a marine railway which crosses the
dyke, appeared before the Council,
and asked for permission to divert the
dyke. He claimed that the dyke had
been diver-ted hy other waterfront
owners.
Mr. Pike, the dyking expert, will
be called In to advise the Council on
the matter at once.
Boulevarding.
Applications    from H.  T.  Kirk  lor
assistance In  Improving the
island, and the matter wus referred to
the  finance  committee  to act.
.1. P. Hampton Hole asked Tor a remission of the line in a police coun
prosecution for leaving manure on the
sidewalk, owing to the speclnl circumstances, but be will be informed the
Council does not remit fines Imposed
by the police magistrate.
The foiiowim: committee aocounti
were passed for payment:
Light.
F. J. Hrrt <_ CO	
of  Pearson Electric Co
ill   li.,
2 75
Funeral   of   Pioneer.
Tbe funeral of the late Henry BlCk-
lioff, of 112 Second street, took place
yesterday from St, Peter's pro��cathe-
dral to the Catholic cemetery. The
pall-bearers were old friends of the deceased. Futl). i O'ltoyle conducted
the Ol sequies.
Geo. Cunningham <t Son.. ..       :i 00
s. .1. Davison         ��� *o
C. C. Dunn        " '���",
Cunningham Hdw. Co  i".
The Packard Electric Co. ..     12 4S
Anderson fi  Lusby     1  00
Canadian General l->c. Co.  ��� 976 9fi
Dunlop Tire  &   I!   0,  Co.   .. 7 00
Royal City Planing Mills ... 51 50
T. J. Trapp & Co  s ���'���'
.lohn Reid  ' '���'
It. c. Electric Ry. Co  1,431 80
B. C. Telephone Co  8 00
H. ('.. Telephone Co  4 70
Total    $-.'.'i'i:f "
Finance.
C. P. Railway Co $ 1 00
Albert .1. Hill  IS 45
Oeorge II. Hewitt Co  14 (10
Royal City Transfer Co.  ... 10 00
F. L. Hacking  i *<���
Royal City Planing Milli ... 83 26
Joseph May i       ] ' "'
Mrs.  Forester.   (Treasurer Of
Benevoleni Society)      ion 00
(Continued on Page Three.)
DEATH OF R. ROBINSON.
Robert, son of Joseph Robinson,
was brought down <*n Monday from
Chilliwack to the Royal Columbian
hospital, to undergo a serious operation. Unfortunately he did not survive the operation, and death ensued
yesterday,
Judge   Howay  Away.
In the absence of His Honor Judg<
Howay this week from the city, there
will be little civil business transacted
at the county court.
PRISONERS JUST ESCAPE
DEATH BY SUFFOCATION
San lose. Cai., March 15.���Alter a
desperate flgbl in a rteel bound ei I
to escape suffocation from burning
disinfectant and bedding, three prisoners on the verge of death, were released from their cell early today by
the clamor raised by a hundred other
prisoners which awakened tire Jailers.
When the cell doors were thrown
,,p i but one of the men was conscious After a terrific fight witn
his companions he had linked his
arms aboul 'he bars of a small window in ihe ceil and managed to cling
ther.- and inhale fresh air nfter his
cell mates had fallen In n stupor. Es-
caping fumes issued from the window
nhotit his head, and his rescue was
effected just in time. It In probable-
that all the men will lire.
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FRATERNAL,    ETC.
Edgar Allan Poe, in one of his stories, says:  "I took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perused the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' | then attacked with g,e,it
reading matter."    This is interesting, because it shows that Poe, fond as he was of literature, read the classified advertisements before he read the news.    Follow Poe's example in this matter and wat.h
They talk  to hundreds  of people  each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to listen.
classified a<j-
WANTED ��� JUNIOR      REPORTER.
Must huvo good education, one with ,
knowledge of  shorthand  and  type-
writing    preferred.      Apply    Daily .
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m. ;
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to
12 in the morning. Good pay. Apply this office Saturday 1 etween 12
and 12:30,
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. J. .McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenue.
LOST.
LOST-A   BUNCH   OF   KEYS     AND
t  whistle on Sunday.    Finder please
return to this office.    Reward.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzing, (fuinn &. Falrley, phone
1117. IS Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795-
ARCHITECTS.
W   I>. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 11, Dominion Trust  block.
EDWIN   G.   W.   SA1T.  ARCHITECT���
Guichon   Block.    Telephone  338.
LOST ���LADY'S GOLD WATCH,
Waltham, on J_i���hth street, .between
Queen's avenue and Columbia
street. Reward on returning to
Daily News office.
I-OST ��� GOLD CASED WATCH
somewhere in West End of city.
Locket attached; lady's picture in
the locket. Finder please return
to Daily News office.
LOST���SUM OF MONEY ON Columbia street. Reward. Return
to C. A. Welsh, grocery store.
GARDINER & SHERRITF, ARCH1-
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
77.'.      Phone 232.
FOR   SALE
TOR SALE���PURE BRED PLY-
niouth Rock and White Leghorns;
$1 per sitting. D. W. Bray, Fourth
avenue and Eighth street.
HOUSES TO   RENT.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and BDackle Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183,
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
WESTMINSTER PRESS EOR EVh'KV
kind of job printing! best work
reasonable prices, phone 55, P, 0.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
F. NASH. li. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and ti Hamley block. New Westminster,
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING UP PHONE 185 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reus ma le
charges; quick service. Royal Cltj
Parcel Delivery.
PHOTOGhAPHER.
S. .1. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
lover Johnston's snoe Btore), Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and    commercial     work,    amateur
work, etc.
MACHINE   WORKS.
FANCV   POULTRY.   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR. POULTRY
.breeder, 1049 Eleven!li street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cock.-ls for
sab-, Barred Hocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|te your requirements.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYL1NG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. ��� Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
���
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. .Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications me-
pared.
MUSIC-
MRS, c. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Ant-Tli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus line, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECORATING.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and importer
Of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
NURSERY.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT, 2
reception rooms aud 3 bedrooms,
kitchen, bath and usual offices; good
location. Reasonable rent. For
particulars Apply M., this office.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
conveniences. Apply J. M. McDonald, 431 Agnes street.
FURNITURE.
W.   E.   FALES,   THE   FURNlfURB
Dealer, Upholsterer and Uadi rtaker,
corn...  Amies and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIKS,
Ltd., Burnaby   Lake���For   healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROv.-i
Mouldings, Burlaps and Saunas,
house painting, kaJsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street. New  Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE. (Mrs, Archer, proprietress). Four courses, i .insisting of
soup, fish, bod. d entree or roast,
pudding or ; b', tea, ooffee or milk.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 imals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 1.1. C.
���p. li. Brown, manager, P, o. Box
,r,,r,i;, plume 334.
TWO -CRES, five miles out, at a
cheap prioe, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken
ranch at small COsI;  $800, terms.
FEW lots in the lest pan of Burnaby at JUKI each. 50 by 150; .asy
terms.
j. .1. JOHNSTON, DUfONT UwOCK,
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOR SALE���A 5-room cottage, nearly
new, in Sapperton; owner musl
hav.. money at once. Thls-Can be
bought   very cheap  for  cash.
FOUR and a ball' acre block on
th- North Road, only a mil and
a half from car terminus, Sapper-
to-v ; rices and I inns very reasonable.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phono 133. Real estate and insurance,       riiy    property,    Buburl an
tracts,    farm,   lands,    and  chicken
���    ''es.
STtN.^GRAPHY    &    TYPEWRI1ING.
FI MAN    BUNTING,    ROOM     m.
Brine block, Clarkson street      P. O.
Box 694.
trnal Societies
���-       NO     1
O. O. F.-AMiTY _0D_
The r"K"'"  n Ingg o| n
bla Btreet, even   ��������,���,     "*
atso'cio ���1""l^in?,
OSE   OF  COLUMBIA   i   net
115.   SONS  OF  ENGL^D0GBE tN��'
^��08el -let'Seel.
Fourth  We 0f    ,,,
'"'I anj
In  K   of P. R      ,    B���;-pJ
fcednesda .  B'/*_
time ��'"'  ���
and
O.   U.   W.--FRA-.K  i   L6fc|k
-Meetlnns the Rrsi ,.      ^Sj
'a>     "' ,,,,,;
irethrenco,
  .'���
fellows   ... ,"1
'JURT BRUNETTE, N, ..
-Meets the  Fo 1
month  at Vl
hall, Oddfel on ���
Cl SiOM STENOGRAPHY ...st>
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
.'.I.     la   r.ll'1'' t.      Phone   02.
ROLLER   RINK.
HENRY'S    NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. "010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, and branch ii'ir-
serv at  South Vancouver.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1, Apply B., Daily News Office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
GROCERY.
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE IN   GRO-|
ceries   . hone  386.    The  Pure Food
Supply   Grocery,   P.  O.  Box su.
PROFESSIONAL.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block. Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster, B. C.
TO RENT���One large furnished bed.
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.      Apply 287 Victoria street.
TO RENT ��� FURNfSIIEl) Rod..;.
bath and modem conveniences. Apply 265 Victoria street.
MRS. RUNACRES, 210 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chute.s, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Pubic. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Teh-phone  64
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 I/irne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
i Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Hank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
PYTHIAN  SKATING   RINK,   New   K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes stre. I .
Hours;   Morning,    10    to  12;  after
.noon, 2:30 to 5; e\<-ning, 7:30 to 1".
Admission 10c;   Skates,  2aC.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second-
ha .1   goods.     Speck   &   Crandell,
ia :r  Tram office.
FRATERNAL   ORUER OF  EAGLEll
Aerie  No,  20     ill ,.,.,.!
evening  ill   8   p   in , In   > 'j^l
hill,    Columb \   ciarll
W.  Pies.;   I! Secrtbn
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE ,SHII___ .- CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents
City, farm and suburban  property,
260 Columbia Btreet,
TO  RENT    Large  store   next   lo  tl le
phone office.
STORE���On Columbia Btreet, Sapper-
ton, to rent; $15 per month.
FOR SALES���Several large lot- on car
lino,   Burnaby,   for   $100   and    $125
each;   $25 down,  balance  at  7  per
cent.
PEERS tt RAMSAY REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
specially. Room 7 Hamley block.
P. 0. Box 458, phon.- 364.
ABBOTT A  HYDE.  (V.H.C.  ABBOTT
Manager). R, al .state Insurance,
loans, notaries putiiic. conveyances,
238 Columbia Sfr*et. P. 0. Box 247
Phone 321.
TAILORS.
G. ���-���   ��     2 Sixth street;  ladies' and
men's   tailor.      Exclusive   patterns
in :.;   Ii g' and men's suitings. Pressing a d  repairing, on short noi
Phone  B360.
THEATRES.
WESI MENS TER     OPERA      HOUSE,
Lome street. \v. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during!
the season.     Advance ticket office,]
Ryall b   Drug   Store.
THE   EDISON  THEATRE,  CORNER
Columbia and   Eighth.      High-class
moving  pictures,   Illustrated  songs
Program changed  Monday, Wedl
day and Friday.
WOODWOMKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., lank, office and store fitting .
cabinet,  stair,   showcases,   mantels
and d-iail work. Designs and estl-
i .... furnished. ,i. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Comer Eleventh
and cur line, P. 0. box 254, Thone
173.
���HE ROYAL TEMHLAR. OF T��l
PERANCE ne ei even W_cne_di|I
at _ o'clock p, in., h, oiiiiMon'l
hail, Columbia    n et
iONo OF SCOTLAND dE.N-FPMl
80CIATION, LORD OF THE lSlt;[
CAMP, 191.���M. BU on tlie Fir-tall
rnird Tuesdaj of everj iiim.il
K. of P. ball.   Chief ��      M
.   O.   O. F.���Royai  City Loage, Ntt
���Meets   iu   Oddffl
uinniu Street, i *}
at a o'cloi *!_���]
he    made
N. G.; C. i
lng   Seen
OTHER     F""aTERNAL ET
include thi   :
F. and v M     ���'' ���"'
No.  '.7. A.   F    m I  A, M . - "'I
No. 1150;  L. 0   L, No I
Sapperton, No   I6S I
I-'..    Court V. *   "   ���"���'- "l
Brotherhood of Ow's, '-'���-' ':,i\
BOARD   OF  TRADE.     V '   �����
ster Board ol Trade   meets II-
Board Room. Citj Hall, ai
Third   Thur laj   ol  each
Quarterly   me tings ����� the
Thursday    or   February,
August   and   N'ovem I      ;^'
Annual    meetings   on   ���***
Thursday    of   Pel   ���'
members   maj    be   |
elected at anj monthly or q*
meetlng.    A   E. V>'^*- ^
1 1:|
CHAMPION PED IS
WALKING TO SEATTLE
Old Pop Weston Performing
1 treat Stunt in Advertising
Al.-Y.-P. Fair.
Seattle, Wash., March L5, When
Edward  Payson Weston, the greatest
walker the win id bus evre known, left
New Vork City on his birthday, Marcli
1. it was to com, directly lo the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition in Seattle.
Although seventy yeas old on the
day given, Weston declares thai he
is in as fine fettle and as lit for a
recordThreaklng walk as he was when
i.i 1907 he walked from Portland,
Maine, lo Chicago in 25 days, covering the same route In the same time
that lie covi red It forty years before
when he made the world'H long..-:
walk.
li is I 000 miles from New York to
the Exposition grounds In Seattle, |U|
Weston declines that he will do the
distance handily In 100 days, in lCng-
land, in bis younger days, he defeated all comers by walking 5,000 mil. a
In lhe -nine time
ti iv    i Wi bton's desire lo view
tl e big World's f Ir In the Northwest
. .   ;    w  a in ii >��� 'i  and  us
Telephone 54.
P. O.  Box 665
FOR SALE
Good   lots  on   the   Vancouver
"Cut-Off"   line,   $250   to   $350
each, on easy terms.
Lot 50x120, on the Sixth street
carline, Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia St.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   CENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia    and    Mclnnrsg    Str.'ti.
lie bad long planned a lecture tour i __,_ state can well afford to pay a
le- has decided to combine the two | bounty for each rat killed, and that
ideas ami .-. e the exposition, p-oi'iiaii. , ,��� addition the farmers, by prevent-
ly speaking on physical cu.tiii, i��� th. ing future destruction of corn and oth-
cities through which he will pas ,.,. grain) wji] BBVe more than a year's
axes by killing the rats.
SPECIAL   DAY   FOR
KILLING   RATS    EXTERMINATE   BAND
OF RUSSIAN ROBBERS
New   York,   .March    15,    A  'l'   palctl
'. to The Times from Indlanapo I
thai   a   bill  lias  been broughi
! the  Stute  legislature    setting
; one daj  . uch year for the win
Blaughti     of  rats.     By careful   ���
matlcal  calculation  the  State
i illes bine  figured  out  that  It cn
cents  a r lo board  an 1  '���
so ile   I'a vr  if the I.i l co .*("
St. Petersburg, Maroh lo. Tbe police of Krasnoyskra, capital of ibe
government of yeniseiSK, Siberia, have
priictlcal.y  exterminated   a   band    ot
i
ob'.ers   that   have   long   been   haras.
ing the people of the Turukhanok n*-
ion.    The police rounded  an the I' ill-
li:s ami  killed len.    Tb- othi rs were
'1 I'll.
* >**���>����������� .���>><*.<!> +,.k><k<s,y4i
��� I
This is the
ortunity i!
Loo,.   over   Henry's   catalogue
and  make out  ���.our order for
Pacific  Coast       ;;
Tested Seeds j|
T|" ��� l'Ui". >'-<��� supplies, etc. ;;
NO windy nv.,,.    .,, ;inn���v  v,���,    I
N() damagi    . , ��t\tm.  No <���
delay-'  of CUI ��� ][
' ���
YOU "PRESS THE   BUTTON."   o
WE DO THE   REST. !>
<>
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MEPSIRY'S::
Nurseries::
Offices, Gresnhouss, and  Secd    j|
houats, 3010 W..tmlnat��r Road, JI
���    Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,  Jj
I South Vancouver. II
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in ?r'
chard, between Pine <m\ Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, 'half cash,.balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co-
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of  Saywsid.
Take noiic,   thai  i, c w. Preston,
of Vancouver, ot tupatlon farmer, in-
tend to apply [or permission to   pur
chase Ihe following described lands:
Commencing al  a post, planted on
tin- north shore of south Twin Island
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly buck to point of commencement, taking in the Whole ll land con
talnlng 200 acres more or less,
0, w. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, lonrt.
NOTICE.
New Weslnunste
r   Di'"1"'
Ifllt"'
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper,
District of  Now W����
. ,-vri.l
Tak- notice,   hat 'M r ,,:,i|
Pitt   .Meadow'.  I-   ''   ��"   .ffn<l
ried lady, Intcrnlx ���� aPP'J,iwf*f
sion  to    purcha i ,:|
scribed lands: '  ,1
l^tedal   |
1020, thence w�� ., n ���*!
south 80 chains, t]i^'fflftfj
more Of I'      io   ���> I   f
ii,,,,,,-   I,o.':l'-'        ('��*���        ..     1
thi   polnl of co I
lng 160 acres more or
,,\ui:ii"     ,���
ii Loom** TU
ESDAY.   MARCH   16.   1909.
THE DAILY KKWs.
' NEVv
���.Ry supp
ES.
WESTMIN .TE-
TRICT.
PAOE THREE
LAND    DIS-
District  of   Sl
MADE \H CANADA
rtl
bis
. ssed "Inspec
-
��� -    Ottawa,"  and
f.     Supplies,"  wi.,
rhursday,   _i r. 111
,. parses desir-
ppllea. for the        _. w
foi tbe following   trlci
line,  prolonged,
!'. nitentlary.
��� t ry.
I
. . niti ni,ary.
Bimonton,
e. tha r. Tl
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ied
anted  whet
"roup  ,wo  (2). N.w   vV.stminsti
; . irtei   mm���:' ,n
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:.
V
KOKS PrtlMIBITIONISTS
I    AT THOR OWN BUM)...
���'  ���'���   _ro ip   ;w.,
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t-nd'i'S   will  be   received   ''������' 505
llowing classes ol   '"
' |p ���     '   'i
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.. .   ;. as to form oi
rith forms of ten-
. ��� |   on   application
ire subject to the ap-
ra  len.
SLAfl BTEWART,
0   ���     DAWSON,
of IVitit-ntiaries.
01 Justli ���'. Ottawa, Feb-
-
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east to i
f loi
Intei
parall. I of i
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tion  two
mon   oi li
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WEMICALLY PURE
i. - ���-.*������.' ttftc
sh��w   we have the purest,
st strength goods.
���''''-;:'    Ea  used  by  the
ar.d Ca*.
everj ���, here.   Costs nc
m01 8 than the- i.ifa
-_u Iters.. 1 kinds.
-.W.GI!    ITT CO.,LTD
>ro_!o, Cl
Ramoui
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t<
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'
Englfsh Watchmaker
G  :'! "'' ������ -  : Ladii n '������. :.. $12./1
up.
Silver   Wai
$6.00.
Silver Wai
Lawyer Declines to  Be
tt   Make Teetotaler
Holiday.
uce   s
I   - : ..
t at    our dis
. : -       ���       , VV, I I   .
I
..    willing   :- .
,,'.], i of the C v
Isis Saturda
i gran    Mi    Da
a e   with  Oliver   w
f the 1
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Royal City lias Proposal
Takes Ite*. Lease of life
(Coaliiiii. .  .,   Pa_
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Columbia! '
ill .      .'a 	
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H. MOREY & CO.
always bave som-thinf   special
W-J     of    BARGAINS.
They invite you ro cor. i
look   around   Si... ^
��� ������-. Toys. .   ...
��� -       I'om.bs, Brushes et.
AT
T.i,
Finance
|1. Us    .
" ���   Mr   Harrow had   Gilley   Bros
 :.i ..... -   Bowel
ha., a i
a sort
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\ anst. .
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-MOREY'S
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Columbia  S1
W WESTMINSTER, B. C
M
HENRY
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
$7.50 up.
Agi Dl
watches.
Watch re;,a
,-.
" ���, ham      :, |
v
���������'-. m'l car.   ho ���
M ....    '..
';..,.: loyal Chy Real!
.c-ravos.    Ther,- is no    ���       a    Vl m. Tun
Win.   Bi
lng a specially.
F.  CRAKE
���
i
CI'lU-
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grace*
Ta ������   : dice that
to      _________^^^^^^^^^^^M
mlssioner of lands  : to   4*��r> fnf~ti"'}��*'|"|"]nti iI.if��iT>��T.��t..J..|.��I<.fr
ll.nti'in.a 1.....V     i-     _-
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S   ������ v. Co
,1   v,.-
e  C   McGowan,   provincial governmen
land
s   in
NTEER    BOUNTY     ACT,   1908
'IG TO PURCHASERS.
��� of the right of _
ith A .ian Volu "��� r ' ntitled to a
a : by  way of ap-
Ut<   and must be
. by the Act.
Ipi   .    itti ation Is  calh d  to Subsection ���". ol tbe Volunteer
int) av   :. -, which provides that
t th.   right of a vol-
?���. - atmi nt of a sub-!
��� ������ d or recognized
the l. ��� :.���    of  Hi-   Interior
Ich is not executed and dated after
date of the warrant for the land
l"t the Minister of Millti.
Del       In favor of the volunteer. | mar
0 KHUN WAY,
Commls-doner of Dominion
lAnds, Ottawa.
lease  the    underm. n'i ned
New Westminster dis i I I
. ommencing al  e ��� ���   tin
section line ' proli     ��� ning ca
and  w.-si- betwi en i si ven  17)
and eighteen (18), intersects the west-
, erlj   boundary   ol   loi   ".i .*..  group  two
(2), New Westmins ���        trlct; thence
i
: we.-t- rlj   100 f, et, thei hei 1.- and
��� ���list.-rly para 1. I to "���-��� westerly and
southed, boundarj ol the said lot
605 to the centre line ,:.- nged) running north and south tnorugh Bection
eight im. township one (1), Ni w i
Westminster district; thence south
150 feet, thence easterly parallel with
the said Boutherlj boundary of the
said lot 505 to a ������< nt Immedlatelj
south of the point wtiere tlx- centre
line (prolonged) running ease or west
through section i'ii (10), Intersects
high-water mark; ih.nc,. north along
the westerlj boundur* ol *ald lot 505
to the point where said centre line ol
ction ten (10) Intersects high-watei
thence westerly and  northerly
along    the   southerl-
and    westerly
NOTICE.
|App .cation for Wharf and   Marine
5' P Site on the North Arm of the
! Eraser River at New Westminster,
I B.C.
"���'>������  ii v      ,   given  that  I   the
-.    t the City of
'���'������ ' B,  i'., Contractor,
His  _l_c.-li.ncy the
'"'' for  the approval
ii.-  construction
' ������ ine slip situate or
Inorth sh Lulu Inland on tflc
'���'  ' Fri ser River have
h ������'���'" Honorable     the
|,5:'' ol  iv��� ,���  works at Ottawa
;li'i wharf and    .-lip    way
. :' construct on land
rro** '���" ���.   i. irth of and
-   'f lot "A" of lot
'������ r     '.  tmlnster Dis-
li set ption of
1    by   lie    ���
have   ti o depo Iti i
... the office    oi
: :' the said
n       .in which
��� d  :o    be
with  the
��� n    7    of    thi
P oi ction   Aci
:   ���'  .   B.  ('
A. n. 1909.
MERCER
boundary line of said lot .">0."i to the
point of beginning, containing by est'
matlon tlu acres mon  or leas.
inner al White Rock, B. C, 1-v.ru-
ai\   23, 1909.
K. W. LKKSO.Y
iii.N::y T THRIFT, \Kp,it.
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR nUKh SATISFIES
OIK PRIMS ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
  fo I  I    ll.l  I      di.-S   O
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Am. !.- the causi s kill ng as manj
pi     le as rum    Mr.  I la     w i     d to
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Mr   St.wi In the no-   Diamond & C    ould
ii.     of an argument airal h<   ll    F. O. Ca
I gal Brj son .-.- Sons
. D, s  Curtis
Mi nest   C. 1
i,  Williams
It. C. Telephone Co
Joseph  Mayers
Mardniiin  &   Co
H. l.iMlllie  .
INVITE   HETTY   GREEN
TO OLO  cOYS REUNION
\\ ndsor, Ont., Ma ch 1       ..      i|e;.
'     ��� ���'��� oi e of the    ��� '.     nomon in
���"'i'i- has  been tend.     .  an  In-
' '    ""   '���>   the  i \.. utive  committee
"i th.   Old Boys'   .ssoclatlon . I w ind-
sor to attend a i.-un on ni xl   VugUBl
Mrs   Oreen and b. r di who
wi . centlj married to \ , w | k, ..
and her son. Edwin Oreei i ow a railway magnate, lived ^., Win ;-,,, aboul
years ago.    Al   thai   lime  the
NF.W WELLINGTON
COAL
fENKSTLTANM SMITHY GUI
U\U AHfTBlAOTI C6A1
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Surv
Maycrs & Preston
-1"   p. Front St., Foot of S'xth.
P. O. Bex 345. Phone 105.
J
y  thlrti
T  son . arned a small Balarj and contrl
^.   ' "ti '.   io  tb.   Buppori  ol   b -  mo
-j.  and  sinter,
:: Jackson S Morrison 3:
. . Daily News Block. . .
��� ���     New Westminster. Phone 388    ������
?'1"I-1"1"1"H"I' ���l-I-l-'M-l'M"l4
rotal 	
Health.
II    T.   Kirk   	
Police.
JaCkSOn  fi   Morrison.  .   .
G   I'  Drew	
Joseph   Ma.iei's   	
K. J, Rothwetl	
r. .1. Trapp ,��.  CO	
Royal Cltj Transfer Co.
Pearson Electrli   Co
.13.60. 7n
Total  . .   ..   .
Parks.
Hruekinnn K��*r  Milling  Co..��
Reicbi nbai b i'n       	
Adams a;-  Deans  	
Cit)  Markel
NOTICE.
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictures    and
Song..
Illustrated
THE   LATEST   HITS   OF  THE
SEASON.
Program changed .Monday, Wednesday and Friday.      Spe, ial matinee for
ladi'-s and children. Saturdays at 2:1! i
p.m. ���
Admission,  10c.
F. L
Children, 5c.
KERR. Manag r.
Choice   H
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18
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AT THE
)PERA HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
larch i.i
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firil i
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Cabin,
resford.
Power.
Vl
Walsh.
to
"'I- Glngerbred Man.
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. snfl    Fifth Avend*
PHONE   370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprlstor*
Take  uotice that  I, C. W.  Pn ston.
ol Vancouver, B, C, farmer, Intend to
applj to the Honorable libit: Commissioner   of   Lauds and   Works     for    a
twenty-one year grazing lease on    the
following described  land:    Commencing  al   a  ;.'-:   on  the east    shore   of
Zayaa  Island,  Port  Simpson  district
about   a  mile south of tlie  mouth    ot
Lake creek, thence west across    thai
island to the shorn, thence following
the  shore    northerly,    easterly    and!
 Utterly to the [joint of    commencement
Nu.   2   lease,   Zayas    island,    Port1
Simpson district, starting at a post at:
the   BOUtbi a  t   corner   of   No.   ]   |i _
thence wc ��� across the Island to    the
'i.e..,  [bene     following    the    shore
southerly,     easterly     and     northely
.ir.iiind to ihe point of commencement,
C   W   PRESTON,
Jan   28,
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Elk  Killed by Curiosity.
Fernie.   March   15.���The   >"UliB   bull
'.-Ik In the herd which is stranded near
Hosmer is dead.    Hundreds of people
have   been daily   visiting   the  grounds
where   the   animals   are   located,   and
bale   given   ihem   no   rest,   with   the
result  that   they  are   noi   in ihr   best
of   "ondttlon    and   the   bull   has   sue-j
ciii-it.,.,! to nervous exhaustion,    The Pearson BUei rl
snow is still v.-ry de. p in the neigh- C, A, Welsh
borhood and there Is Hide chance of'11  T, Kirk...  .
ih.- herd being able io get away for. s. Thompson ..
some time to come.
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POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S 8TATIONERV STORE
J. G. GAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, ft
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE ard
"THE  FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Total
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
tjflce 'Phone  18h.      narn   Phone  137
Columbia Street
Haggage   delivered   promptly   io
sny part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���T��*AM  DEPOT.
Fire
Cn
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
i
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
FUard  Block, New Wttmirnter.
i Brnesl ('. Elcifhofl	
! Bruckman-Ker Milling Co,
; Joseph  Mayers	
Royal City  rinnin,.  Mills
Hardman & Co	
And. i son it  Lusby	
\l    I   Phillips	
s. ,i. Davison 	
Geo Cunningham k Son .
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New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED
Exactly   the   material   you   want   tl
BUits mad., io order     Perfect  Bt guar
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634, New WestminsUr.
Opposite  Windsor   Hotel,
Total
Market.
It. c. Te . phoni Co, ...
Thomson Stationery Co
.$   29- TO
Total
Library.
MAKE YOUR APPcAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
ILUVUL. UQ___G9c0Oa'
Empress  of  Britain    ..Feb. 26
Empress of Ireland March 12
Empress of Britain    March 26
win ii ien ling in the old
��� b) buying    tickets    ai
9ii; sa;.. money and pi
Bast ound Empress sails from
Join Feb 12 and 26. Call for
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ED. OOULF.T.
Agent..
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Gasoline Engines
We  Sell  the  C-debiated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
palmer
BROS TWO
AND four
CYCLE
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APPLICATIONS WANTED
Applications will b<- received up te
Monday, the sand, Inst., at 5 nm., f��.r
the position of City Scavenge) dutiGi
in commence on April let, 1808 Sai-
lary al the rate of $"'" per month Fo
information as (>> duties, et< ap]
to the sanitary inspeotor al ih�� I H
lull
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CII.
City Hall   M irch '-. I ll l
J. HENLEY
Mannfacfirer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated  Water?
Family trade a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Offles   Eight ttntt
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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Advertising and Circulation B m
Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos,
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Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited lor ibe .ibnve publications IllRON      WORKS
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent ;
P. 0    R I J0HN   REID' Pr��Priet0r-
f^Vr    ��X29 New Westminster Phone A22    |l u   ,  ,
^>v>v...>>:<^^^^ Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
';; ?AI]*v News, New Westminster ��� ��� .10e per week, $1 for 3 mos. $    ' ' - 1(> �� *���*.2 ^in'i ' cvr,��* 1!Pst
���J'; f^NDARD op Empire, London arid Toronto, weekly ..  . $2 per year |Hjj �� ^ market, m^ m ,���
; ^L. News-Advertiser, Vancouver 50c per month, $6 per year I "��,k ftt
^day News-Advertiser,       " ^ for 3 mos., $1.50 a year J      ..Westminster..
P..I t    .. ... .......   ..!..,��,.i   n.ihli.. .tinno _'      _. __ _.   _
Total %    160  to
Bridge.
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Board of Works.
I), s Curtis tn- i'o $
(.III. y  Urns	
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Royal City Planing Mills ...
t   .1. Trapp & Co.
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RAILWAY COMPANY
Bam Thompson      14 40
B. ���'. Telepb.mc Co,  .
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Tho..  Ovens   	
11 in
H. T. Kirk	
no 16
W. Watson	
12 50
6 10
Hraekniiin-Kor Mllllns
Co. ..
10] 26
7 50
Anderson & Lusby ...
24 76
Cunnlnfham Hdw, Co,
18 16
nun &
Son  .
::n 88
Brunette Saw Wlll Co.,
Ltd...
47'J 71
Total	
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lib.    Nai
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattl--* will leave dally at 8.13 am;
train for all points Eas-t a; 120 p.m ;
train   for  Aga*si_ at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points,
Reservations    made for    f)r=t
sleepers. tnnrl=t and steamer cabin**.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET.
Agent. Vew Weet_.fn.ter.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Aft. v��noon*n��r.
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PAGE) FOUR.
THE   DAILV   Ki
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
E. A. Paige Mana_ing Director
get the protection the companies
.should .be compelled to give them In
the construction   period.
SHINGLE MEN MAY
AGREE TO LIMIT OUTPUT
If ihe average elector would examine the order paper and analyze tne
questions and motions made by the
Opposition in the House of Commons
he would be more inclined to advocate abolition of the House of Commons rather than the Senate. There
appears to lie little reason, less
thought and very slight public service in the questions which are placed
daily on the order paper.
Many of tbe questions suggest idle
curiosity. Some are Intended lo embarrass ihe C.overnnient, and the answers to niii'ty per cent, of them may
'be found in tho blue books issued by
the Government and which nre supplied to members in generous quantity. If the members would con ll
the blue books tbey would find mosl
of the information.
Vancouver, March 15.���Although no
; definite action was taken at the meet
' ing of the shingle mill owners held
H.st week to set any new schedule
Lof prices or to limit the output of
' British Columbia mills, It was decided to send a deputation of local manufacturers to the next meeting of the
shingle men of the -.ate of Washington when It is expected some arrangement will be arrived at in the interest
of the industry on both sides of the
line. Prominent shingle men of the
cily declare that they do not expect
thai any definite price arrangement
will be arrived at, but they are con-
lideni that an agreement will be r. ached by which the output from mills on
tioth sides of the line will be controlled, and this will, of course, hav-
iis Immediate effect on the mark i
RELIGION  DOES  NOT
AFFECT  IMMIGRATION
Ottawa, March 16.���With reference
to a dispatch from London on Saturdaj in which the Canadian Immigration agent In Germany is Bald to have
told Archdeacon Benlson of Moosonee
During the first four weeks of the that he had instructions to bring out
session, no less than 555 questions only German Roman Catholics, the
and notices of motion were place,l mi , Immigration authorities bere state no
the order ^aper. Of this number 500 instructions of any kind have been
were placed on by Conservatives and sent the immigratldh authorities lu
r.ii  by  Liberals.    Out  of the  600 for .Europe respecting the religious creeds
re? pons-
UNION   LOSES   IN   THE
FAMOUS   WINNIPEG   CASE
Winnipeg, March 15.���The court of
appeals this morning handed down a !
decision In the famous ease of the |
master plumbers vs. journeymen, sustaining the decision of the lower
court, which assessed damages
against the men, individually, who
went out on strike, and grained a
perpetual injunction against the
union.
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FOR SALE
Fire Brigade at Kelowna.
At Kelowna a volunteer flre brigade
has .been formed with twelve members, two captains of hose reels and
one for the hook and ladder department, and tiny are now ready to go
on with the practices when the council can furnish them with some necessary  supplies.
nearly new. in    Sapperton,   as own.
can be bought at an exceptlonallj   .
SNAP ONE���A five-roomed cottage
must have money al once this-
ltgure.
SNAP TWO���I have a four and a half acre block ou the North road, whlcJ
can  be purchased very cheap.    This property is situated about a mil.
and a half from the car terminus   at   Sapperton.
J. J.  JOHNSTON,
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET. PRONE 169.
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Wrights Order Airships.
London. March 16.���The Wright
brothers have placed an order with a
London firm for the immediate construction of six aeroplanes.
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j PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
I i Big Savingon Men's Working Shirts I
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO    LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
Extra
Values
for
75c,
90c
and
$1.00
which the Conservatives ar
ible.     Mr.     Foster     asked    no     less
than 65.
The clerk of records has hundreds!
of returns, prepared at great expense,
which   lumber   up   his   archives,   and
have never been looked at since they !
came into his  possession.      it would j
bo  an   astounding   figure  if   it   could
be ascertained, Just what it costs in |
the time of the house, and iu the several denartments, to prepare answers
to motifs and questions, the subject j
matter of which is entirely irrelevant
to any public issue of consequence.       |
Many   mem1,ers  seek   this   form  of
notifying their constituents that they
are alive.      When they cannot think
of   a question,   they   call   upon   their
friends to suggest one, and one member sometimes puts questions in  the
name of another member, 1 ut ihe re.
suit is the same, a little advertising, '���
very cheap io the member, embarrass-
lng to a department overwhelmed with
busim is.
Take II altogether the opposition
are not by any means a happy family.
Tne daily caucus held only tends to
provide an opportunity for personal
recriminations, rathei than a settlement of these dlfflcultii s
tempt is made to cover
things, they are freely spok
the strongest and more independent
members of the party, li is realized
by the rank and file of the Conservative party that a few men, like the
mi'iii!' * for this constituency, who
consider they must address the house
upon every subject, do more barm
tha good, aii'l make more remote the
possibility of the return of their par-
'  to  power.
of immigrants destined for Canada,
and that the statement of the German
agent referred to by Archdeacon Br'n-
ison is without a shadow of foundation.
"GET  THE   HABIT
Jardinieres
The
shaded   kind.
Today
Special
25c, 35c, 55c
BACH.
g    T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.	
I MONEY     8 O    LOAN
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Premium Flour!
I
IS THE   BEST.
Ask your grocer for It, and be sure you get Premium Flour, for it has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it, phone :;::.".. and wi   will deliver ii t<>
you immediately.     Remember,   Premium Flour Is tin
H BK
BIG
SHIRT
THE   BEST   SHIRT   MADE   FOR
THE WORKINGMAN.
Extra
Values
for
$1.25,
$1.50
and
Our stock of M.-n's Working Shirts Is complete In
draw your special attention to 'he   fact   that   we
New Westminster for the lamous Hudson Bay w-
by reputation have proved the best.    They are  n
English drill and galatea, are shown   In   plain  and effects at
prices io attract the most shrewd    uyer,
75c to $2.50
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy :'or cash nnd sell for the . am
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Phone  335.
1S6  COLUMBIA  STREET.      P. O.  Dower 100.
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The debate   in   the   House  of  t'otn-
iiion-: on level crossings draws attention to a grievous danger throughout
Canada, and one in which we are In-1
heritlng the  follies of our  predeces-
Bora   in   not   making   more   adequate!
provision when the railway coraps il i_ :
secured the charters from parliament,
and  the provincial legislatures under
which they operate.
The large number of accidents i
which have taken place In eas ei ���
Canada has aroused the public sentiment on the subject into an Insl I a
demand for legislation on the BU-bjecl
and the passage of Mr, Graham's resolution on the subject will be hi artlly
welcomed, though We doubi .iitlioul
further informniioii i.ow workable
will be the proposal lo divide the cost
between the railways, the municipal!-
Mes, ami the state, through the railway commission, With the subject
is very closely bound up the provisl ui
<if adequate cattle guards on the
tracks, if there was no means of access to the level ci.issing exci pt bj
way of gales the need for cattle
guards would cease, but the railways
are unwilllifg to fence their tracks unless    compelled.      Miles    and    nubs
Of cheap wire fencing have been resorted to throughout 'he west, ,',ut
the provision for crossings at road
allowances has been of a totally Incomplete character. In the populous districts the track Is accessible to anyone, and danger to life and limb, io
tock and property, results.
In ibis dlstrlcl there are ri ,eral
dangerous crossings, but it will bei
difficult for the commission to set
aside  any part    of the    contribution
le\v   for   this   dlBtrlct   In lore   more   ur-
ii cases ni larger cities have been
d tall   with.    The claims on the fund
Wl !    be   so    big   thai    lhe   colutlll
will   find   ii   years   before   thi    p
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For Men
in our lines of men ��� shoes we show every style leather a d lasi known to the
best makers of men's shoes. Every pair
has the fit. the wear and the style that contribute!   o I sho
every man in 'own to make j; bis particular business to Bee
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If j
so bring the watch to us  and we will  put it in food |
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME.
The
VV. C. CHAMBER LIN
COLUMBIA   STR_tT,     NEW  WESTMINSTER
Jeweler '
.sde agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton  Watch
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duces,      (JIT. SI'l'l women's $2.HO to $3.50 fine -hoes.   Patent   leathers
try
Big Shoe House,
Sign of the Big Electric Root.
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��.���** P -UESDAY.   MARCH   16,   1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
GRAND SPRING EXPOSITION AT
The Cash Store
We have spared no effort or energy to make this store the very .shrine of fashion m this district Not only are our goods the acme of modernity a broad
,���-,,' of thoroughlyr dependable quality, judiciously purchased, and last but
not least, honestly priced. Our facilities for buying are as good as anv bus mess
house in the West. We are tied down to no particular manufaclurer We buy
where we please, and more especially where we get the best goods" and as a
consequence can in many instances undersell the bigger city stores which are
handicapped in having to pay enormous rents and other big expense All we
want is a fair and impartial comparison. We have proved our claim 'in former
years and throw down the gauntlet again. Our big connection and increasing
trade has been built by giving our best attention and honest value to our patrons, rather than by any statements in the press.
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ELABORATE   DISPLAY   OF
Women's Suits and Coats
It is now universally conceded that the high stage of perfection that ready-to-wear garments have
attained to ensure their being worn by the woman who aes es to look her best. It is absolutely
impossible to obtain the style in any other way. Our suits are designed by experts Men and
women whose yearly salary for the product of their brain and ingenuity is a small fortune. Our
tailored suits and coats this season are more chic and prettier than ever. You are cordially invited to inspect them.     They are going very fast.      A word to the wise   ,s  sufficient.
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COMPREHENSIVE  SHOWING OF
Misses' and Children's
Wearables
Ne-.er were we so well able to cater
\s the wants of the young foiKs as
now. If it is a tailored suit or a
coat, or a sailor suit, print awn, or
evening dress, we have it. and just
what you want, and at the proper
pr.ce.
IHave you seen our Children's Reefers?    Prices $2.25 to $7
Just arrived  from   Germany the dressiest and swellest line of children's  and   misses   coats you  could
possibly look   on.       They  sell on sight.      Quite a number c-f new   ideas   in  the  styles this   year.
 $2.25 to $7.00
Prces
Women's New Sailor Hats,
Children's Galateas, Tams. Etc.
first   showing   of  women's   plain
straws:     children's    galateas,
etc.    All at popular prices.
Some Snaps in Prints, Lawns,
Muslins and Ginghams
REAL INDIGO DYE PRINTS. 10c YD.
Over 50 pieces of  dainty wash  prints
ii check  ginghams.  Prints are   navy
i'-ound.   with   white   spot   and   sprig;
ijround  with   white  spot:   white
iround  with   colored   polka   dot,   etc.
' "ist dye and warranted to wash. All
'��� per yard 10c
iNTY  NEW DRESS MUSLINS AT
10c A YARD.
- "   SO   pieces   of   pretty   new  mus-
n  a    galaxy  of    designs,  sprig.
;*olka  dot. etc.. each   one   dal IV
���  die  other.  All  at. yard.   10c
rds Victoria  lawn at    *Jc
i   wide,   nice,   fine   quality.
��� :l|s   English   long  cloth   at   12
rdsf0'' $1.00
35-inch  wide, fine  cambric finish.
the needle.      Price as a spe
Offer, 12 yards for $1.00
Grand Display of New Prints
and Ginghams at 15c Yd.
Arc you aware that right here in your
own town of Westminster you have
over 200 pieces of print and ginghams
at 15c to select from? We question
if there is another store outside of
Toronto that could give you such
choice. Crumm's English Prints,
ONLY Scotch, French and Canadian
ginghams, zephyrs and chambrays, all
at. yard 15c
Pretty Panorama in the
Dress Goods Department
This department is teeming to overflowing with good things properly
priced. We have here material to suit
all tastes and pockets. Beautiful mirage cloths at 40c and 50c; serges 35c
to $1.75: broadcloths 75c to $2.50: p. u-
nellas, wool, satins, faustinas. etc.. at
$1X0 and $125 per yard.
A Special in Black
Per.u de Soie Silk
Tegular $1.00 quality for 75c
r\ nice satin finish in black only
Messrs. Bonnet & Co.'s make; very
suitable for ladies' dresses, coats and
waists.      Per yard 75c
!W Ribbonr, New Laces and Embroideries, New Belts
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THIS SPACE   FOR   INTERESTING   ITEMS.      REMEMBER.   WE   NEVER   ADVERTISE   ANY
ARTICLE   UNLESS  WE CAN   PRODUCE   IT JUST AS ADVERTI SED.
H.    SMITH'S
Cut News
tho wrong man, and the chief ie-
turni'd without accomplishing anything.
For real  estate snaps see page 2,
Classified. ,'
Tin Trader brought in 180 tons of
genr.ruI produce yesterday from Victoria.
Did you read the program for St.
Patrick's concert? Evidently "ther?
is nothing too good for the Irish." **
Charles ri Davis, accompanied by
his Hii, |las arrive] from oxbow,
Sask., to take a position in the store
of D S. Curtis & Co.
A good appearance ls an invaluable
asset, not a luxury, but a necessity.
Kin.- up B278 and let us renovate your
<'���"':' Royal City Dye Work.-i     **
The  annual  meeting  of   the   Westminster Civilian Rifle association will
be held   in   the   Board  of  Trade  this
evening,   tin-    chair  being    taken   at
o'clock.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davii  ' Greenhouse, B208. ���*
���I" ei ii Hoffman, nf Field, it. ('.,
was brought doun to the provincial
a-yhim  yesterday  bj   Police Bergeam
Tei Hi- had been ailing strim-  l
for    ui.!'    lime.
Arthur Whalley, of Mapli Ridge,
gives notice ni liis Intention to prose-
| cute any person in the courts who re-
! peats a slandei in connection with thn
holdup of a Chinaman, Vlp Hoy. near
Kanaka bu:- id- was tried as the
alleged offender, and iln- cas< was
dismissed, bin iln.- has nm prevented
considerable annoyance to bim since.
White, Slides & Co. have two good
stores to rent, one on Columbia street,
Sapperton, and the other next to the
T-lephone office. **
The Sons ot Scotland have succeeded in engaging tlie services of the
Alexandra-Hamilton Concert company-
tor April i Includi d in ibe c i i
is Miss Huh E Grant, the noted
Scottish pri n li .nun Consld
, difficulty wa experl l ln making
I the   n< cessa j   nn i ieni s   for   the
appearance   t; 'bis cltj  of this ���
musical organization,
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Tears and smiles and How of 3ouI.
with big fin,' of song. St. Patrick's
hall, March  17.
Read the classified real ei tati
on page 2. **
Operations were started yesterday
on lhe n. w bloek to be built at the
corner of Columbia street and Lytton
square, on the site of the old Columbian offices.
The il- N. H. cutoff line was : i it
into u-.' yesterday, and the old one
abandoned tin '" Ji < lovi dale. The
roadbed was nd In good condition,
and far better than the Surrey route.
The section of ilie old line to Clover-
dale from the city will be used by the
Northern Pacific at an early date,
while thai  | vn   iiiii'iie to Hazlemere
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will be retained for trackage facilities to Hazlemere mills. It is unofficially stated that the steel Will b4
removed from the track between Hazlemere and Cloverdale. Several ot
the trains were decorated to commemorate  the occasion.
The monthly meeting of the women's Auxiliary of the Roya! Columbian hospital was held yesterday, Mrs.
C. A. Welsh in the chair. Nomina-.
lions for officers to be elected at tho
annual meeting next month wi .,��� received and committees were formed.
The annual irieetihg'* was fixed for
April 18, and the visiting cominitte.
for the month appointed were Mrs.
Tempi" Cliff and Mrs. Carter Smith.
Some months ago an edict weni
forth from Peking that all the Chinese in Canada should be duly registered. The home government announced that it wished to have a record of every Chinaman, with tils age
and occupation, who resided in Can-
.'uin. and this order has now b'-'-n received throughout, this country. At
present  the officials arte actively en-
1 In the task of collecting st itl
lies locally.
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An Irish concert, gK-en under the
auspices of the Ladies' Aid of Knox
church in Princess ' ha-ll, Sapperton,
..st.rday evening, Was largely attended and thoroughly -appreciated. The
| sum of $32 was realized. While ir
would be invidious to particularize,
all the artistes doing splendidly, the
dancing of Mr. Matthews was perhaps
the most appreciated  feature of  the
". elling.
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For table decorations and   wedding .
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up   Tidy,'
j the Florist, 184. *���
i A new sbo.. stov will be opened in
Id. Grossman's old premises by Alexander Matheson, late of the Liverpool
Anns saloon. He will be assisted bj
his .-un in the conduct of the business.
,     Do not forget that  the  Westminster |
I Lacrosse  club  wil;   bold  their annua! \
meeting on  Friday evening at S p.m.
i City  Hall.       Everyone   Interested   i   '
Invited  to attend. ** j
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The regular    meeting    of    Queen's
Avenue church Mission Circle will be
I held   this  evening  at  8   p.m,  at   the
I home  of     the     superintendent.   Miss
] Helen Robson, St. George street.
Do you    want    to own    your own
j home?     For twenty-five dollars cash '
you can secure a 50-foot  lot on thej
| car line,  Burnaby,  balance  $75, any j
time within one year.     White, Shiles
&  Co.. 260 Columbia street, city.
The Westminster choir, under A. E. i
White's direction, which is rehearsing
special oratorio music for performance
on April 15, will consist of 50 voices,
and have the assistance of an orchestra.
Following the donation of the Lulu
island bridge span to the Annacis is
i land residents, a deputation waited on
the provincial executive yesterday to
urge on them assistance toward the
balance  of  the  cost  of  building  the
Handsome Dining Room Furniture
8 pieces In Mission finish, price $51.00
8 pieces in Mission fini ih, leathei -
seat chairs, prii e       $53.50
8 pieces in Solid Oak Mi ision finish,
consisting of 1 I) life . l Uomhi-
natio.i Chiffonier, C Leather-seated
Chairs.    1     Extension    Table    (8
feet i. for   $100.00
Tnese are  genuine bargains.    Call and
investiga.e.    Everything at low-st possible prices.
W. ��. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
Phone 97
When you want
proposed  bridge from  Lulu   island  to
Annacis island.
All interested in lacrosse' lire invited to the annual meeting of the Westminster Lacrosse club on Friday next
at 8 p.m., City Hall. ������
Chief of Police Mcintosh has returned from his trip after -I. Miller,
who was wanted for obtaining money
by false pretenses from W, H. Clark.
of this city, some months ado. The
suspect   held,   however,   proved to   be
Now
ROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 forSflo
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for  25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jams, regulAr ; 'ice 23c I ot.,
"for 50C
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST FRICdS.
Adams & Deans
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FRUIT GROWERS' TREE  SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
I       ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, England.
is not only the oldert accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its prtn.pt and liberal settlements, as ths
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, March  ll, 11.09.
Ajjj. Dl Rallwaj  Passengei      \ .uranoe ('"..
City.
I'-     Sli    I beg to aoli owl dge recelpl of check In full payment
bf in>  claim for accident which occurred to me In January la-t wh...-
playing hoi key at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim waa onLj  put forward a few days ago, I haw
already r Ived a settlement, and thank you for th.- prompt man li
in which it  has been dea l with.
(Signed) F. REICHEN'i:M'H.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles  from  50
Cent.-, up.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of ail kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Bafore starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking   let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER   .     30.000.000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA  ST.        ' PHONE 62.
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$HE  Da [LY  NEWS.
^ESDAV,  march u
  16< 190|
c< PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Mad_.ll.of-*. E,tc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
TO INSURE AGAINST
HEAVY  TAXATION
London.    March 15.���The   commercial weld is shivering in anticipation I
of the great burden  "f new taxation '<
to be Imposed a month hence to cover j
tne deficit of $100,000,000 in the budget.      The    Hritish    passion for discounting disaster  tinds expression  in
some extraordinary forms   of    insur- ���
ance which ari   now being negotiated i
daily with Lloyd's.      Many merchants
are taking out  policies providing  lor j
the payment  of capital  sums in tho
event  the budget   contains a heavier
taxation on  tea  and   sugar than  laid
on other commodities. The premiums
charged are very hi avy.
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     .       '*^^   ,,n   iho   nrincinal
We sell   drafts at the  lowest  rates
points In Great Britain, France, German)
European countries, al-o on all parts
New Zealand and Mexico.
Hankers'   money  orders  sold,  payabl
in Canada.
Collections made at the  lowest  rate
on all   the  principal
Italy -i��d al] other
\ la, Africa, Australia,
B(   pai   at any jmiiit
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Don't Marry an Auto Wife
on a Wheelbarrow Salary
S .1 Jose, March 15.���Don't marry
an automobile wife ep a wheelbarrow
sal ry," was the motto chosen by -->
young business and professional men
of this city when the .-.an ,Ios(. Bachelors' club was organized.
After contemplating sorrowfully the
many wrecks on the matrimonial sea
these gay young bucks, with much
thought and in a mellow spirit, constructed and adopted the following
constitution and by-laws.
"The Bachelors' club of San .lose
was organized with a great deal of
snidy. consequent upon reviewing the
matrimonial situation as it presenl 1
itself to a party of broad-minded aud
unprejudiced business men, who unite
in one harmonious body, bound by
ties ol friendship mutually beneficial
to all, and unalloyed by the worry and
bitterness of married life.
"Any memher of this club desiring
to become a benedict must first pie-
sent, the young lady of his choice to
the members of the club in open meeting, after which a commute will 'be
appointed to Investigate and report ai
the next meeting as to her social and
financial   standing.
"In   the   even;   of   the   committees
being  favorable, a    two-thirds
vote of all the members will allow tin.
iv mber   to   proc 'ed   with   bis   mai ri-
monial venture.
"In ev.iii  of the courtship cul miniating favorably, the members musl be
notified ten days before the date set
1 for  the   wedding,   mid   an   invitation
j must be sent to each.
"On the evening preceding th - wed
ding-day the bridearo-m must bantmet
uli the members of this club at some
I fli  l-class restaurant  to  be approved
by the club.''
The club is pres! led over by P< lice
Judge J.  R  Dougherty, and includes
the names   of  San  dose's  best  known
1 unmarried   professional  und  business
��� men.
ATTEMPTS TO BITfc.
HIMSELF TO  DEATH |
Oakland, Cai.. March lv���Grieving !
oven, the death Of his dog, Martime |
Tororio. a retired chef, attempted to j
bommit suicide in the city jail _iere 1
by biting himself to death. When
Tororio was dteeovered by the at- j
tendants he had almost succeeded in 1
severing the arteries of the wrist.
The attempted  suicid.,  working as
chef in some of the leading hotels of 1
the country had  succeeded  in laying
up a competency, and since his retire- 1
ment from active work he has lived
here -with  a   small dog for his only 1
com in n ion.    When  old   age    claimed
the animal. Tororio was inconsolable
aftfe shortly  afterwards  showed signs
of injSjinity which led to his arrest.
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FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
Asylum.
Royal City Mills.
Carnarvon and Tenth.
Royal Aven ie and Eighth.
Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
St. Mary'.  Hospital.
Second  und   i'nru   Row.
Columbia an I Dufterin,
Sapperton.
Royal Columbian hospital.
Queen's Avenue and Sixth.
Third Avenue .md Second.
-Fifth Avenui  and Fourth.
Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
Third Avenue and Tenth.
-Agnes and Sixth.
-Schaake Machine Works.
Columbia and McKenzie.
-C. P. It. Station.
-Small & 1! 11 kiln Mills.
Wednesday, March 17.
HARRY   H. CAMPBELL  Presents
The   Irish  Actor Singer
ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
In Joseph Murphy's Famous Play
"SHAUN RHUE"
Complete Production; Excellent Cast
Hear Mr. Cunningham Sing "Barney
From Sweet Killarney." "The Donovans," "A Handful of Earth."
Si ats in sale at Ryall's Drug Store.
Prices $1, 7iie, 50c and 25o.
Sent#0n Approval
To Responsible Pkopls  ���
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
���nd
RED GEM
Etta InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thus
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
IHrll/S
___*'"
Poll
paid
to any
addrtit
Friday, March 19.
sli...ns Big Double Spectacular
Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co.
The Mu ilium of Them All
2o���Men, Women and  Children���_."i
Scenic investiture a revelation; Hi
pectacular specially sensations, 10;
colored people from the cotton belt;
buck and wing dancing; pack of bio" I
hounds; Eva's ascension: band and orchestra; popular prices: free band
concert twice daily.     Seats now on
sale   at   Ryall's   Drug   Store.      Prices
76c, r.Oc and 26c.
Bt bnago Hail la Exnu.    *,
llluitrilloni ire Exact Sin
Kvery prn guaranteed
full 14 Ki. BclidGold���cut
on right liaii'l may be had
in eitlitr our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Nob breakable Tranapai
int. ns detifed, eitlirr In]
plain or mi-ravca! hniili,'
nl. preferred.
You may trv till, pen _ Wwk, I
if yen doDot-od 11... rapNMDlad, I
ft l.'lU-r   ftrlule tliari y..u can ...
cure for rain nan Tim irariu
11... ��� iu ftny ..ll.rr make, if i���,\\
eotirily ,ftti,f,itry In every re-1
��� I.e. I return it I.I..1 we w.ll 4nd I
>uu|l.lufucit.
Crr, in., I, ourf��ni��.n and J
rupnlar Bu. (,i�� |,,k p-nr,|. ��� I
.uaU'l'le Ink Ptoof irlOfflTb, may [
Iri.   carried    It,    any   poalllon    Inl
lock"' or ibopplni baf,wrltai al"
any ansle at Ural t.iurb. I'hli
num (��|rln?) feed, Iridium
point, poll,tie.i vulcanized rabbrr
raae.   terra c.tlft   flniah.     Retail I
everywhere   for  U.M,       Arenti |
wanted.   Write for terma.    -nle
now '-left you furfet."    M.|i..n
|* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*E
^25    Majitllc Bid...
Detroit. Mir.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper,
Cj rani te ware
Jusi in rived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest1 de Igns, and at the lowest po Bible prices. Call in and Inspect our stock; no trouble to show same,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
and women to come and see the splendid bargains In new and second-hand
furniture, as well as many other articles of many kinds. Including brooi
ers. incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
large altohorn, guitar, autoharp, violin, etc., etc. We have some splendid walnut parlor furniture, very
cheap. Come and gel good value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
^m^ ol Canadian
; Regulations,
Alj *-��������� M      riumlm0ni.,
"���"ier.,    . ,;SM*��.
bia, ma.. .       v. ;r-;"^'
���who is th. sol, bead oll.?**
any male ove, v years or����?'��'
extent ol  vi.     larter
acres, tnon
section
"l UK
Entry  D
the local  and
which the la, lat
RATES:
Room  $1   per day  up.
Room  and  board  $2.50  per  day up.
R-oom  with   bath  $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath ami board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance tele-
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats the father ^
at
it
proxy may, ho , "Entty bJ
tain conditio ,  Jj   ���;
son, daughte, ..  ���        ^r'
Intending homesteader.        ' J u
TheiU" 1      Its.
with    under ��� .,
plans: "I
(1) Al lew     Is D
upon and cultl
'''"'"   rear toi ;irs
(2) " : ' l!t_
fat!"'r H :' " ��� '��� Hi- boa.
"r,'lid,'r "" '' '" a (arm |n %
vicinity of the I od entered t���; %
reqnlremei ,���, , ""..
sat-sfled ty _uch person residing'inn
CARLETON GILBERT,  Mgr.
:. .
Just received���a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of puns, umbrellas, typewriters, and li^hr automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on   the Wheel."
CIVILIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++44++44++++++++++++
4 +
+ HOW  TO   OPERATE   a  moving  picture   machine  at   home. ���
+ How to rent or buy a moving picture machine. ���
J How '.I make big moi      al entertainments and amusement,,      ^
��� How to obtain positions which pay |35 per week. J
��� How to become a finished operator. J
+ We give instructions thai are simple and Intere ting ���
x We have the newest method of teaching by mail. a
T We send you on receipt of if 1.00 complete instructions
��� w.  teach operators how t 1 pass all examinations.
X We represent the lendinc: film exchange.
Remittances    to    Independent    Theatrical  Exchange,    400-401-403
Building, Seattle.  Wash.,
Hurl
Annual   meeting     will    be   held In
Board of Trade rooms on Tuesday, thc
16th at 8:00 p.m.      All members and
intending  members  are invited  to  he
present.
W.  NELSON,
Secretary.
m Warden School of Operators
++++++44++44+++++++++++++++++++++++++4
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
(2)    If the settler has his ^m
ent residence farming   -_d o_v 1
ed by him clnlty of his hoofl
stead, the   equ as to raw
dence maj be Ball :.. 1 by  resldetj
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writingetwj
be given to the Commissioner of Dt��|
lnlou Lands at Ottawa ol intemiost* |
apply fn- patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights ma; J
' leased for a period of twenty.m 1 ���_���
at an annual rental of $1 ;--vt
Not   more   than 2560 acres sl    J
, leased to one individual or compaj,
A royalty at the rate of five cents ur |
'ton shall *e collected on  tk hi-
1 chantable coal mined.
W, W, C011Y,
Deputy of the Minister nf 'he 'nrersor
THE HOME        PA P9
Is   th��*   Paper   Thai   Print! A
the     Home    N-*':.
The     Dally    News
lfic   n   V.'   .
Fraser River Service!
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT
URDAY.
at o a.m., calling a: following --oints;
Hammond, Haney, l__agley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Silverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, Hatzlc
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas anc
Chilliwack, Returning leaves Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO.,   LU
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betwee:
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor*,__io,
Montreal, Quebec, ,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business cent ers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Kiapara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VA'-X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent. 1H5 Adams St.. ChieHgo, 111.
60   YEAR3'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
_____ccjara_
AiiTrinoaenfllnir a i-h-teh nnd drwrlntlon may
lalokli lun-rlnln our ..pinion froe wln-ilior an
i.i��i-i...'t.-n in probal.ly T"iieni-i''lAni"*'"I��"I1l<'*-
'...iiasincMrrnnflil-nliHl. HANDBOOK on 1'ali-uta
ai-nt free, oidnat Mener ror ieourlnH Patantt.
I'ltii-iit- Uk.n tliroui-b Munn A Co, rocolvo
lyr-'fci-notfrt, without oliariro, In the
Scientific flmericait.
A handMiselr Uluttr��ta(l w.ouiy. Igtgeft cir-
.     ''1 hi 'if any arlamiflr journal.    Icrmn for
' i.-i, 4.<.7f> n ye_r,;Kif>t-��-- prejNltda    Sold by
an newadMleth
MUNN jOo-mib,-*-���,. New York
i-wioh oaoa, en, f Bt- M-��.i.iufct in. d. a,
Prairie Beef
���
*
Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork  of Excellent Flavor
Direct from the Plant and Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and .Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminstcr
PHONE 101.
XmmmWBB^X TUESDAY
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MARCH   16,   1909.
I'H K DAILY  _\__.\
PAGE SIEVE..'.
-   cana**'""    North-west
'Home.tea-  Regulations.
eveu uuiu.erea section of Do-
,.111(ls iu .Manitoba, Saskatch-
_ltierta, excepting - and -ti,
ay be homesteaded by
J.vjy
|jnieii
Iran ami
,. reserved, nn
' u who is the sole head of a
WHEN   GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AOEXT
TO SEND YOU OVER
/'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight   Trains  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
ally, c auy
male over 18 years of j THE
th_ extent or one-quarter sec-   Kmbod.es the
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN,
LTD.
 _.       _   neWest  an^   jest  j(jeas
I'of 160 acres, wore or less. ,or   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
Explication for entry must oe LUXURY. I. [s U,hled wltn b0th
���( ln ...011 ny the applicant at electricity and gas; the most brilliant.
^minion Uud- Agency or sub- *y Illuminated train in the world. The
(or lhe district in which the equipment consist, of private compart-
Entry by pro��y may. j ment carg| -tonda_. lg smion s]e^
v ;,       ,   lnade  at an  agency  on: ers,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining
telns - " !�� th�� father' mom,   chair cars   (seats   free),   modern  day
-, brother or sister of (coaches and buffet, library and smok.
ing cars.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or  any
further Information call on or write
Presbyterian Pastors
to Tour British Columbia
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
IU
Intending homesteader.
he Homesteader is rejuired to per-
,lK, tead duties under one
t_e following plaun-
.-���;  six iniinths' residence
Ivatlon "f  the land  In
v-e year*.
I  A l eader may, if ho so
reS| perform  the    required    re_i-
y   living  on    farming
ownl bv   him.   not less
[   , (80)   .ii res  in extent, ia
!,i    homestead.   Joint
ind  will not meet this
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash,
Winnipeg, March l'S.���The Presbyterian church ;n Canada is planning
and has nearly completed arrange-
menta tor an evangelistic campaign
of magnitude In the Kootenay region
of British Columbia and southwestern
Alberta, and Cranbrook, Moyi-e, Fernie, Nelson, Kaslo, Rossland, Slocan,
Sandon, Trail and possibly some of
the towns in the boundary district
of West  Kootenay.
The workers who will carry on tne
work consist of a number of J. Wilbur
Chapman's    evangelists   and  singers,
and a large number of Canada's great-
j est pastors and professors.    Some of
those who Intend to join the party arre
| Rev.   W.   Reid. pastor  of  the  largest
| Presbyterian  church   in   the  province
of Qu.beg and one of the most noted
and powerful ministers in the city of
Montr al, Prof, Ki:;.atrick, of Knox
college, Toronto. Rev. ,T. D. Morrow,
Toronto, Principal Patrick, of Manitoba college, and Rev. Charles VV.
Go ��� : ("Ralj li Connor"), the noted
minister and  novelist
It is intended that the party shall
leave Winnipeg about the first of April
as the members of the party are ex-
pected t" be In the field by April 4.
Prof. Kllpatrick and Rev. C. W. Cordon will cover the entire Held, but
the remaining ministers will be stationed In various districts. A portion
of the party will spend three weeks
in the field, and the remainder six
weeks. Every one of the evangelists
is giving his entire time free and wlll
be paid only the.': are expenses of the
I'.P. SUCb as railway fare and board.
lan
Branches  throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, Eng-
I. New York, Chicago and Spokane, TJ. S. A��� and Mexico City.   A general
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit ,-sued, available with correspondents  in  all  parts  of
the '.vorld. 1
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits received  in sums of $1  an.   upwards, and interest  allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.   G.   D.   BRYMNER,   Manager.
��������������������������������������������������*���������������������,������������������������������������� ������������������������
Lawn Grass Seed I
AT
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails ut the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hou- of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mail.-.,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch,
ed and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. It. south
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coi'ukiaui.
v r (or mother, if the
|;   . ed) of a homesteader
residence on farming
lely  by  him,  not  less
(SO)   acres  in  extent,  In
the homestead, or up*
atered  tor by him
ch homesteader may
form bis own residence duties by
iig with the father (or mother).
I   Tne term "vicinity'' in the two
paragraphs  is  defined    as
ning noi more tlwm nine miles in
ect line, i xcluslve of the width  G. N- R-
,,ai a.lowances crossed    in    the nesday.
aurement S::;" am.���Vancouvei
i   A  bomesteadei   intending    to   trie railway.
lorm bis residence duties in ac Sumas and Seattle, Ini ng all U.
h the abeve while living S. Points ea t and south, and points
oi .n farming land own-1 between New Westminster and Hunt-
Mails  Despatched.
6:00 a.m.   (closed at eleven o'clock
the   previous   night)    Vancouver    iia
Owl." Victoria except Wed-
li. C. Elec-
I must notify  the agent
(��� of such inteution.
[i months' notice in writing must
;iven to the Commissioner of Do-
��� Ottawa, of intention
ent
\V.  W.  CORY
tv of the Minister of U"> Interior
nadian Pacific Railway Co.
Ilrltli!* Colum:..a  roast   Line
Service.
TlML TABLE
(ICOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
I-   i'        .,  Victoria   leaves   \an-
-: ill.',   direct   to Se-
__lj       ,.   Monday,
'������* Prim    s Royal leaves Vancou-
i    ���' a. m. for Victoria daily, ex-
lay.
Prin        charlotte leaves Van-
iiiiy for Victoria.
ISTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
IS. Trad ,  will ieave Victoria for
everj Tuesday.
pave. \,,, Westminster on \\>d-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S. Teei
11   p.m.   1st,   10th
���Oth "l i ach mouth for Clayoquot,
f : and way ports; 10th
i for QnatSlno and way
month for Ahcu-set,
itl and way ports.
'*- H  NANAIMO   ROUTE.
Joan
f*"   ' r - p. in. dally, ex-
\ anal mo at  7
Indon,  B.C.,  via C. P.  R.  south.    Co-
iqultlam, Sapperton and  Fraser Mills.
.:30 a.in    -Blaine and  Seattle,    in-
. eluding all U, S. points cast and south;
also all points between NV.i Westmin-
I ster and Blaine, via G. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale and lls'ti . (.Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin,Anuria and Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
mere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie and
Nicouic-kl di spatched dailj except on
Sunday; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynebead
and Bon Accord, Wednesday and Satin lay, Thi ��� mails are all rei Ived
same daj - a   ��� ;��� spatched.
11:00 a in Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30  p.m.���Strawberry   Hill,     Tim-
 land   and  South   Westminster,  by
co irler (Tuesday and Friday.
1:30 p.m.    East Burnaby, by courier
2:00   p.m.���-Burquitlam,   by   courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island an.l Sunbury, daily
except Sun lay; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C
Bruce." (8teve��ton mail despatched
and  received  via Vancouver.)
2:"0    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
.Siding, via C.  N. H. north.
4:00 Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
j via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday
!iui extra mail is despatched to Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
j Blaine and Seattle, including all V.
IB. points east and south, via G. N. R
I "Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R easl 3apperton,
and Frafler Mills.
TENDER FOR  RED RIVER BRIDGE.
Sealed ten l< rs, a Idressi d to the un-
dersigned, und marked on the envelope "T nder :��� r the Red River
Bridge," will be received at the office of the Commissioners ot the
Transcontinental Railway until 12
o'clock noon on the Mil day of April,
1909, for the construction and ereciion
Of a steel and concrete bridge and
approach spans over the Red river
between Winnipeg and St. Boniface,
near the foot of Lombard street, together with grading and approach
spans over streets in Winnipeg.
Separate tenders must be submitted for thev substructure with other
works. :is per scnedule, and for superstructure.
Plan-, details and profiles may be
seen and full information obtained at
ihe office of the chlel engineer at Ottawa, and also at the office of the
district engineer at St. Boniface,
Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the forms supplied by the
Commissioners, which maybe had on
application to Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden.
chief engineer, Ottawa. Ont., and M-
S. II. Pou.in, district engineer, St.
Boniface. Man.
Each  tender    mu.-;   b.-   signed  and
CAMPAIGN SOON STOCKS
WAREHOUSES WITH COFFEE
Brown   Berry   Importers   Hurry   Shipments  to   Replenish   Stores   Because of New Import Duty.
RYALL'S
���
���
���
X PHONE 57.
���
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DRUG
STORE
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I*" *���-��� - ���
Nt W York, March 15. Nearly all
the great warehouses <>f the city t day
are tilled with bags upon bags of coffee following a bin ried campaign on
tile part of coffee importers to fill
then- storehouses before an anticipated Increase in coffee is levied.
Dozens of steamers are bringing in
huge cargoes of the brown berry to
this iiiy to avoid the expected lush
Import and ft Is predicted that more
ui.i'i a third of the culled coffee of the
world will rest In the granaries of Gotham within a short time. At Rio De
Janeiro and other Important ports of
Brazil vessels are loading and will
race under forced draught to the L'nited States in an endeavor :o beat
tariff legislation.
THE STAGE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers w AH Kindt ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
"Shaun   F��iue."
Arthur Cunningham,    the   baritone
singer, has proved that he is not on-
sealed by all  the parties to the ten-   ly a singer but that he is an actor ol   ������
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
mm m m knmt%\^smnss%
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
der, and witnessed, and be aceom-
panted by an accepted cheque ou aj
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to tne Commissioner^
of the Transcontinental Railway, for
the sum of $25,000 for substructure
and other work as ,.^-r schedule, and
for the sum of $25,000 for Steel superstructure and floor.
The   cheques     deposited     by     the
gnat magnitude,   especially iu ms.i
plavs, hjs natural brogue ueing a fat
tor which lends to the coloring of the
piay.    The actor-singer  is well al I
io  ke :   his   uudli nee  In  a  com-t.iiit j
upr .i:- which liis merry wit and drol.
humor,   the   leading    role,   taken   b.*.
Cunningham is that of Irish,    bluff,
optimistic and hearty, always with a
merry twinkl.   in hi. eye ana a light
party  whose  tender  is  accepted  will . word for the downhearted.   Aud then
be deposited to the credit of the He-; of course. Cunningham's Irish songs.
uli
ALASKA  ROUTE
'    '       Ja-    leaves
"h
N��RTHtRN
T, .
:
���     leaves
Mi .th
c
-elver-Genera) of Canada as security
for the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to Its urms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are reject, d wifl be returned
within ten days aft- r the signing ot
the contract.
The right la reserved to reject any
or all bldstaoln   ....6  ..ogicOthe ao
! or all tenders.    By order
P. E. RYAN, Secretary.
! The Commissioners Of the  Transcon-
|    tinental  Hailway.
Hated at  Ottawa, 6 1:  MaiYh.  1909.
Newspapers    inserting    this adver-
I ti semen t  without  authority  from the
commissioners w 'I noi   ��� paid for It.
His s'-leftion has been made with th--
utmost care and includes Several of
Joseph Murphy's famous ballads.
At the opera house on Wednesday,
March 17, S:. Patrick's Day.
-
"Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Stetson's doubl. monster "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" company will present
their popular and unrivaled version
of the -ver welcome "Cncle Tom's
Cabin'' appearing at the op-ra house
on Frida*. evening, March 19. Ihat
their entertainment is gnmg unlimited satis! ictli n is fully evidenced from
the l.v ���' . tudator.   i otices com- j
entli li  excellent    perform
ance.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & Cn lr-,n" A*N'D *��� merchants.
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Mails   Received.
fi:la a.m.-   Ulalne ami    Seattle,    in
eluding :.l!  I ��� S. point*', via G. N. "
"Owl."
0 ou to 10:00 a.m.-  Strawbi it;-  H-
���iday an I Friday).
bv courier t i i
8:20 a.m.- V'anco
Vancouver I Tuesday) and Victoria, vi
trie railway.
i. \i
C   EH
fc'h:
fri.t
B. C. ROUTE.
B leaves Vancouver
Vancouver
18th, 28th,
COAST MAIL SERVICE.
or ss. Amur leave
*uv,'r March 16th, April 2,1.
NCHARLOTTE ISLAND
SERVICE.
'ch "I, April 3d.
"���'  KlVi.Il.
��� v.    Vancouver
^ei--.
'fotn  \,.
''
Vestmlnster  Monday
fc in'! Friday it S a.m
���'���11 .
Tuesday, Thursday,
' a m.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
8:30  p.m-Blaine  and   Seattle.
cludln.. all U. S. points; also ail points
1:80 p.m.-East Burnaby, by courier
9:;;.   a.m.-  Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. H.
10:00  to  i'.:'ii) a.m.���Ladner, Poi
Oulchon, Westham Island and I I
lay, Thursday and Saturday)   Woi
ward, via steamer Favo-rite. (S
iim despatch.'d and received via Van-
couver.)
12 :P.O to 1 p.m.- -C, P
Sapperton, Fraser Mills an
lam.
1:00 p tn.- Vancouver,
an,! Fraser Arm.
7:on p.m���Sumas   an
eluding nil F. S. poln''
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon 1 oute
,..    v  \'* \l'.    C iRCROSS,    AI'LIN.
Will 1 'K HOUSE, DAWSON aud FAIRBANKS, Daily trains d si ept San I
carryli        ��� en ������     tn i ;. ��� \ in >- end Ratloi
with   stages  at  Car       '
w hi e   Horse, maintaining
u ic r service.
For Information apply to
ROGERS, Truffle Manager.
Morse   Fortune Gone.
.New   J   .,,    Much  15     Mrs   l Ivi,- -
tt     M the  former banker
and li promoter, tonight
��� onfll ii     :   ' that      her   liu~- '
i l  ben  entire ..   d .-
' be had to sell her
eel th" nidi-
'     I him In his rei eni
4 little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot flre when a lot
of poor coal sends out ro b-at
at all. It Is economical to buy
our coal, because it Is clean,
goes farthest, makes most boat,
leaves verj llttls ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grade--, w.. deliver It to any
pari of the i Ity. Full weight
alwa* reiephone vour order
to us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home  Paper.
Flourmill Burned.
Winn. ��� _.   March   i'i    \    apei lai
from Po ������ Minn.. Bays: The new
London Millii.: * '��� I "levator
and   ���-, in Lun- di - troyi il
by fir.  on Saturday night entailing a
loss   ���     |8 "      The    mill     had    n N,
diiily capacity of 100 barrtla nnd was j
a new conr.-m
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'le-
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tween Huctlngdon and Ne�� V'
south: also
iter, via C,
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I'.. FOSTER,
int. Vancouver.
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THE
DAILY
E W S
Ad
vertise  in
Tht
Dailv News
Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Can   for Vanoouver  and   way
Statiom   Will   run   i'f-
hnur   in.iu   5:50   a. m.    Las!
i .1.  '. ive   al ii p. m
Last cai   i ives Vnnc iu ���     .i
11:80 p.m,
Can the   depot   ������
twenty   minutes   for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   llnv
City Line: Cars leave ti-am
office on the hour, twenty min-
Utes after, and forty minut->.'-
after, commencing at fi:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes ater the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hoUl", commencing at fi:_0
a. tn.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11. p. ni.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  BAILS.   HEWS.
TUESDAY
MARCH
A TREMENDOUS
Wm I Money-
Saving
Opportunity
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
PR OO _P
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but It doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
LIFER GETS SENTENCE
COMMUTED TO TEN TEARS
Highway  Robber of the  Gold  Days of
the Yukon, Being Exemplary Prisoner,  Has Term   Shortened.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us,   We will J. H. Todd's Big Music House
save you money on;-
our reduced prices, i     _        ,. .. ���
The Pearson Electric Co.i
To keep your sons and daughters under the home roof a piano or graph-
���phone is the greatest attraction, and
the lack of one sends them elsewhere
to seek entertainment, We have them
on easy terms, also sewing machines
for  the  housewife.
COLUMBIA STREET.
Dawson, March IB.-���When Judge
Dugas pronounced sentence on Pat
Brophey In l'.'OI he told him that for
the crime for which lie was convicted,
holding up, with Muck Tonierliu, the
Dominion saloon, there was a law in
some of the states which made such
a crime a capita; offense. Th. judge
said that while be coiTld not sentence
him to death, the statutes provided
thai he could give him life imprisonment, and a few minutes later Brophey was ou his way to serve lime
for the rest of his life.
Word has just been received here
thai lirophey's term has been commuted to ten years on good be.
havior.
Brophey and Tomerlin held up tb,
Dominion salon and robbed the gam-
uling games which were at that time
running. The robbers became known
as the tall and the short man, Brophe.
being very small. For two months in
the dead of winter the Northwest
mounted police looked high and low
for him. l-inally a friend to whom
Brophey was coming for aid accepted
an offer of $500 in gold coin to tip
him off and he was captured one evening at the Stockade roadhouse, on
Bonanza, while getting food to take to
the cabin where lie was hiding. He
was slightly wounded in the capture,
II was the last highway robbery com-
initti d in Yukon.
To Contest Baldwin's Wili.
IjOs Angeies. March la.���According
to a morning newspaper, former Gov-
Henry T. Gage, admitted today that he
and W. I. Foley had been retained by
the widow of the late E. J. Baldwin to
fignt a contest of her husband's will.
MEXICAN CAVE BELIEVED
TO CONTAIN RADIUM
(Successors :o T.  Mowbrey
Klectric Works)
These household necessaries will never BANK ��F ���VMERCE GILDING.
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
1   GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures and Supplies
��� Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature   wiring   and   Motor   Repairing   a
I Specialty.    Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.
PYTIilAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eightn and  Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to l-; afternoon
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admis-
Strange Substance, Which Gives Iridescent Glow. Discovered Near
Town of Cornilla.
Chilpanclngo, Mexico, March 15.���
The discovery of a strange substaiic
in a cave near the town of Cornilla
leads to the beliel that radium is included in the composition of the interior.
The walls of the cave give off an iridescent glow constantly, and when
they are brown the brilliancy of the
light is greatly enhanced.
ELECTRIC  LIGHT   RATES
CHANGED IN  KAMLOOPS
Now and Stylish
Designs in
Kamloops lias brought in a new rate
for electric light as follows: Maximum number of lights allowed on flat
rate to be two instead of three, as
proposed. Discount on fiat rate to
be 10 per cent, instead of 20 per cent
sion 10c, skates 25e. On Saturdays j Thla t)ylilw proVidea a substantial reduction of light rates op the meter
system, while slightly advancing the
price on a Hate rate, which for each
lb-candlepower light will be $1.25 per
month; 16-candlepower, $2, for the
same period, ivitli discount ns Oibove.
Charges on meter system: For first
."i0 k.w. hours. I5c per lew. hour; second ��� ��� , Me; next 100. lie; any further supply, de  per k.w. hour.
Ladle's
Blouses
10 to 12, school children under 12
will Ik; furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 188.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   F'-ont   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver,
a-'boiild  be consult, d if you want to
si I- furniture or an auction conducted
Live  Stock  Implement  auction held
.-very Friday morning on Westminster
Mi'ket;   and every Sat!
on Vancouver market.
New looking stove; 3 wagons, near, v
ly    new:  1   express    wagon;   l   horse
mower   (new).
I
Mexico to   Fortify   Harbors.
Mexico City,    March     l."
Mexico's i
ay morning   til.s|   attempt   to  fortify   her   harbors I
i with modern rifles will be undertaken j
Salina   Cruz.      A commission   lias !
''���'ii named  to draw  plans for th.. in-
nil,ition  of   disappearing   guns,  and '
Three young fresh    cows, $30, $50  tn
on-, n iili  calf 2 weeks old, $',
erection of proper fortifications.
PRICKS   FROM
$1.25 to $7
A   NUMBER   OF SLIGHTLY  SOILED
BLOUSES  FROM   50c   UP.
>++++++++4++++++4+++ +++++++++++++++++
Prosperity
found a recipe for prosperity.
A. J. BIRTCtl
���THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
We have found the philosopher's Btone-
What is it?
��� let Ilusy!!
There are opportunities for Investment,    opportunities fo,   enterprise
all around you.
We have real estate proposl n,,,. v h|rh _,.��� _ay namiSoiiie dividends.
Why  not  Investigate?
VANrOIYFR
F.JJ. Hart & Co. Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C,
CHILLIWACK
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SPECIAL VALUES IN
Na
For years we have made a specialty of handling the
best grades of English Serges. The new Spring
weaves just to hand show a variety of exceptionally
fine Twills, some with hard finish, others with a durable soft finish. For Ladies' Skirts, Suits or Children's Wear we have special lines which we can ree-
ommend for these different uses. You have excellent
choice of twenty-five qualities in the selection now on
display.   Per yard, 4Cc to $1.50.
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of Silks and Satins
ALL   GRADES
Our aim has bei n to have tor this
season a complete range of shade
iu the most popular and reliable
weaves. Satin and chtffon tiu-
ished silks v;.ild the Qrst place.
They an m -.. on display iu tin-
new shade of navy, alice blue, Copenhagen blue, sky, tuscan, biscuit, champagne, goldea brown,
dark brown, vi-ux rose, old rose,
reseda, pearl grey, greens, cardinals, cream an.l white. I'rices
per  yard  75c, 85c,  90c  and $1.00
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Covert
Jackets
1!7 and 32 Inch Covert Coats in
plain color ;ind fancy stripe-,.
Styles show semi or tight flttiug
backs with Sell coven-d buttons
and strappings. A dotes styles
to choose from. All sizes. Kaeh
$6.95 to $15.00.
NEW   TAILORED   BLOUSES.
White linen blouses tailored with
Gibson and hemstitched tucks;
new style long sleeves; embroidered front, and plain button
style. Waists have fancy embroidered lin'-n collars and sun
euffs. A dozen styles to choose
from.      Kaeh $2.25 to $3.50
If You Need Lace
Trimmings See Our
New Range
i.aee trimmings of every description an- in gn-at demand, We
challenge any store to show you
a more complete rang., of the p-
ular   every-day    varieties   as    well
as the many  fancy designs now
popular. Our    complete     range
can now be seen In sample book.
all   mark.il   in   plain   Bgures,
ALL-OVER   LACES   AND
TUCKED   NETS.
The new stock contains many
new styles BUltable for yokes or
waists.
Ecru, cream and white In GUIPURE, ORIENTAL, BRUBSEba
SILK, SEQUIN, VALENCIEN-
NBS,  etc.
������������������������������������������������������������wm4H^
Remarkable Values
in Dress Muslins
10c TO 20c PER YARD
It is seldom that you will
more  attract!'.-'   variety  ol
lar priced muslins than wl u we
hav.. gathered  togethi r thi.
son.
We pr.sent     bette      ralues than
ever    before.      \\ ���     espeak   tor
them a careful look through when
you are buying spring frocks and
droS3��*-s  for girls'  or
AT 10c PER YARD.
10 pieces of fancy ftorenci- Muslins In light coloring- and P'aln
spot Muslin.
AT   15c   PER   YARD
l!0 pioce-s FANCY i ol.OI.KD
Dimities and MUSLINS, HBK-
CALBS, and Swiss -:���.��� muslins.
AT  20c   PER   YARD
10 pieces of colored ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS, DIMITIES, SEER-
SFCKER. etc. All colors in a
variety of patterns.
Some'[New Lines of
Boys' and Girls'
Caps
SERGE   AND   CLOTH   CAPS
35c EACH.
.    0|     IV. ���' !
Serge Caps in navy
A    serviceable   line   ol
and black; also cardinal and cream cloth '���'U'^
All neatly stitched and lined with
twill sateen.     In all sizes,     '
choice
35c
to suit boys or girl-'. Vour
TAN    LEATHER   CAPS.
75c  EACH.
The most  popular   io
i ap. made of fine Bl "
with peaked front; lined;
es, each	
l��
...75c
ATTRACTIVE STYLES IN
CLOTH TAMS.
ami
Made  Of Que  hat   felt
well made, nicely trimmi
nrs  navy,  brown,  can
mid  cream.    All  sizes.
qualities.      Each
,i ciotn;
in col-
linal, black
u vn ou"
50c  to $1.00
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S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR-
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