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INSURANCE
WHIT��, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, b. c.
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WHITfe, SHILES |   CO.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MUND..Y MORNING, MARCH S.  1!��09.
LASI CHANCE FOR CUP TRAMPS TO BE MORE
IGNORED BY INDIANS     SEVERELY PUNISHED
htennial Exposition to
Celebrate Event in August
-Federal Grant Sought.
amino,"-  March ,.- Kamloops wil]
|0ne hundred years old in August
,\t vo-ir and a monster centennial
anni d io mark the impact event.
j,. plan involves the elimination of
i-ear'a _gricultui_i exhibition and
i concentration of all forces on the
^-r and more important enterprlae.
_rjr    movement has been on foot tor
eral days  past  and   has now   a*-
ed definite shape.   It was brought
lie attention of ihe board of trade
-tter from Sheriff Wood, and the
is now rendering practical as-
bace.
a sv-i- n of the i ouiicil of the
a -a  was thoroughly dis-
,] and ii was deeided to Institute
p-y effoit to bring It io pass,    a
nitti-e was .-elected to confer with
Ire. ier- of the agricultural so-
;. and to mn') out * definite policy.
M:. Ication will be made immediate.
Tecumsehs Fail to Forward
Challenge According to
Ruling���Out of Running.
yesterday was the last day of grace
set by p. d. Ross, managing trustee
of the Minto cup, for tbe receipt of a
challenge by the Westmnister lacrosse club for the championship emblem, this stipulation baring been
made by Ross at the time he was
asked tor an extension of time after
the Tecumsehs had accepted dates toi
championship games in  May.
No challenge was received by ihe
officials of the club yesterday. This
means tbat unless sumeihing unforeseen happens, the Tecumsehs will no;
come to the coast after the mug ihis
year, and tbat chances lor championship matches at Queen's park are exceedingly remote.
Charlie Querrle, playing manager of
the Indians, has never been very enthusiastic In his intentions of crossing the Rockies for the silverware.
When ihe date for the nip was still
many  moons ahead, Charlie talked as
Bill Introduced Into Domin-'Provincial Government De
PRINCE RUPERT PLAN    CIVIC EINANCES SPORTS BOOMING AT
WORRY ALDERMEN    COLOMBIAN COLLEGE
10 K KEPI SECRET
Council Has Difficult Task to j Athletes to Have Busy Time
ion  House  Would  Make!   clines to Make Public Ap-    Provide For Municipal Re-    Every Week-End - Bas
Life Strenuous for Hoboes
Ottawa, .March 6.���In the house of
commons yesterday afternoon E. N.
Lewis introduced a bill respecting assaults an<j offences against the per-
���"n, which has for its o.ject the in-j
creasing of the punishment of tramps
commltUng offences of violence.
Another clause prohibits a uiagis-
trate permitting a tramp or other dissolute person to iM free piovidod he
leaves the district.
It provides also that a vagrant convicted a second time shall ba sent to
a penitentiary and d.tlned until he
_..t_ been taught a trade and has given
Jjroo- that he is willing to earn an
honest living.
Regarding the eGorgian Bay canal,
Hon. George P. Graham stated that il
was not the intention to launch into
portionment of Lots.
Victoria, March 6.���The governin nt
refuses to make public the plans of
Princ^ Rupert showing tbe apportion-
feient of lots as Anally agreed upon
this week by the Grand Trunk Pacific
and the government. The chief commissioner of lands stales that publiea-
tion of the plan would be premature
at   this time.
li is understood tnat the 0. T. P,
is preparing a lithographed plan for
sale at so much per copy, and the reticence of the government is construed
as a desire to further the ends of the
railway in dispoisng of these.
quirements.
ball Coming to the Fore.
Conservation  Commission.
Washington, March ".���The Conser- cut sint-'e l!l'' beginning of the
great    expenditures at   the    present! vat ion Commission will conVnue Its
time.     He thought that with 'he deep
oning of the Welland canal io 22 fee.:
Canada would get all the trade.
Application will be made to parlla-
hi   Dominion   government  .orl""    he niMni    business,    bui    as thej ment this session for the incorporation
, ral maul.   Ii   is thought that | mon,b-0  rolled around  and he figured | of the Prairie Provincess Trust cora-
lr could be conducted as the Do-jou thp **��Pp- he commenced to craw-
lion fair simillary as held in Cal-
laai year, The provincial govern-
In: wil]    ���   asked   for aid  and .the
council  grot  as  w-ell  _   private
ations will assist  the  fund.     I tie
rai grant is l.'iO.OOO.
'." Kamloops was first called
PThompson and was loo nod across
river on the pn   ent n serve some-
jr'v ��� onfluence of the North
, South riven
.- red in  August lsio
David Thompson,  astronomer, ot
Northwest   Fa:   company,  on   his
'       om   Montreal   to
rin y way of Yellowhead Pass
Nortliwi company was one of
pioneer fur trading institutions
lis district and afterwards nmai-
liil'd with the 11 . ' -mi's Hay com-
: on Page Three i
fish. One day Lew Solman took
Charlie aside and talked finances to
him in a fatherly sort of way. After
thai, the M'nto cup was practically a
dead Issue, but as it would not look
well to back down, Querrle requested
a postponement of _r.ies, hoping this
would be refused. The postponement
was granted by P. D. Ross, March 7
being the final date set for the for-
warding of ��� second challenge.
Ry disregarding the conditions imposed by Trustee Ross, the Tecumsehs abandon all claim to iheir right
to challenge for :he Minto cup.
The Capitals of Regina, may come
later in 'he season, but even this trip
is not by any means assured. The
sUckhandlers of the Saskatchewan
capital are willing enough, but it's an
awful long trail to Westminster, and
the prospects of enough money being
raised at homo to finance the trip arc
far from rosy.
puny with a capital of (1.000,0b
headquarters ai Edmonton.
and
existence und.-r ihe Taft Administration. This conclusion was reached today a: a conference between Presideni
Taft and the members of the Joint
Committee representing the state
Conservation organisation and the National organisation appointed last De-
cen-ber.
Although the board of works and
finance committee estimates have not
yet been figured, it is apparent that
.ilie City Council will have to cm
down the estimates for ihe committees already passed before finally endorsing them.
while the assessroenl of the ciiy is
ill   many  places   in be  raised 26  pen
���cent., and about  15 per cent, on Columbia Street, yet it will by no means
yield a  revenue sufficient  for the activities of the Council, and though the
: ratepayers might not think it from the
size of theb/ ilec:rlc lir-ht i ills, nevertheless the price has been severely
^^^^^^^^^   year.
reduction    promises a consider-
loss  of  nv. nuc  in   spite  of  the
fact that the electric lig.it department
not take thai \ li w of the reduc-
Tins
able
l does
lion-
MOMiAN PAYS $19,000
FOR HISTORIC RELIC
SIERN HEAUQAUARTERS ^^^^^^^
U-T.P. TOJUE IHELVILLE(EIGHTEtN CULPRITS ARE
WHIPPED IN WORKHOUSE
American     Financier     Buys     Famous
Black   Book  of  Revelations   of  St.
John in Vienna.
RIGHT TO
O.C. FOOTBALL CUP FINAL
Wil|  Meet Westminster in  Last Round
���Thistles   Retain   Best   Position
for  Championship.
Vienna,  .March 7���An agent  actiiig��4jfc.liics won their way ,,u sjuiurdu*
for .1. P. Morgan bought at a sal.- here
a I iw days ago the famous Black Hook
of the Revelations of St. John, paying
(19,000 for the historic relic. li belonged to the late Prof. Schreiber,
whose library was sold by auction.
The old volume is not of any considerable size, having only forty-one
leaves.      It   is  dated    1410,   and  its
pul In force. Tbe lighting
charges are tho cheapest In Canada
for small consumers.
Ttio alternative to increased assessment is a higher rate, but a rise above
tWO pi r cent, will meet With Rt rellUolls
opposition in ihe Council itself, ns
well as outside. Westminster has
tong prided Itself on a low rate, but
ii is difficult to see how ihe twenty
mills dgtlre can be permanently maintained, lhe demand for larger
M'liooi .na oiniiiodiition Is a fruitful
l source of worry io the financiers of
the city, the grant in aid from the provincial government being small in
comparison with the total charges.
Last year several of the committees
went above their estimated expenditure, bui    this cannot    be permitted
Into tha final of the it. C. football cup. j jav
by   defeating   the   Thistles   by   three
with the    strained circumstances to-
Tin
.all  for    new  sidewalks
trophy.     They    have lost    both this
piece of silverware and ih-- National
cup   during   tho si as.m.   but   are   -till
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       favorites  for the < hnni|iiotis.,ip I the
! pages are mellowed with age.      The| league,  having    dropped    the  fewesl
book  ts  the  first  edition,  colored  by
contemporary artists.
i] opening of Btreeta in the outlying dis-
goals to one, and will meet Westmin- ..i...   .,_,, ,  ,   , ,
tricts, nnd  street   lighting   -.  proving
ster in the final at an early date. The', ,   ,,     .    ���
* a heavy dram,   mt is essential in the
Thistles   wee     the   holders     ol    thej bll|ld,ng up nf ������ ,i(y
n��r Town Has Splendid Prospects
-Railway Budding Big Yards-
Real Estate  High.
pnnlpeg,   March 7,-u ia learned
' '   ' ������--i Trunk Pacific,Canada's
triUls itlnenta) railway, has de-
M to build a cit) ,.  Meiv.ii,., sask.
'ts WMtern tieadiiuarters.
t ���������-��� years ago the Canadian  fa-
H  ft, adopted  Win
fh'in headquarter
w Trunk
*""'" new railway has acquired
(lh��l lown and is now en-
, '" la>'inK OUI | tl Is which will
���'' iot wo,
''''
"peg as   Hs
and  now-    the
''    .   creating Mel-
li--.
n Winnipeg ami
1' .   Hudson's Bay
I Mink   Pacific Wil]
*' 'V " which point Euro-
f ;     nnd  freighl  will  be
Wilmington, Del., March 7.���-ester-
day was the biggest whippingpost day
in the criminal records of Delaware.
Eighteen culprits were whipped at
the workhouse for various offences,
principally larceny, and tho total number of lashes Inflicted was 255. As
a genuine cat-o'-nine-tails is employed
for the purpose of castigatlon, a total
of 2296 stripes were laid across the
bar.- shoulders of the unfortunate men.
CAPE   TO   CAIRO.
',J "''    'he line
s of Iln- coin- i
pli.,i.|'   ���'.,      |
vim.-, uf th,. compan)
'���";"""" �����*��w_ in certain .,.,:..'-
|lt;" Dominion bank wishing
.[,.,'"' *hlc*' to build wasoblldged
i: ; - ' �� "i""i iot, wine..
Fn ''I'l.'ii    li.
"'I- price lor prnportv
f "'""""������ town.
*prn' ": traction win bo com-
tZ  ""   U"     '*nch   lines   from
' ""rthwards  to Hudson's
*    '��� ���"!���-  outhwards to the
Wo" ,��� 'Ml"n   '"   -nnoet  With
7BentB- sterns to tne south
"ne "ear North Portal,
J*tlow to Retire.
In, W!| conceded that
nister u.;,i     -w*  ,inance
Hof  h   f'  hfe  at   the
is oifiLEWt session.
^eZni'T   he wil1 in
Wo ��U',,,s entire at-
feresiS       ,nal Rainess
Sergt.-Maj.   Scoof Will   Lecture on   In
teresting   Subject.
Arrangements are being made between th�� school trustees and Sergt.-
Maj. Scoof, a German-American veteran of tbe South African war, lor a
lecture to be delivered on Thursday
evening next, under the auspices of
Queen's Avenue Epworth league, on
the subject, "From Cape to Cairo.
The lecture "ill be the same as delivered by Mr. Scoof in a large number
of cities and towns during the past
three or four years, and is said to be
highly Instructive and interesting. A
number "f trophies of the chase, In-
clu ling -kins of lions, tigers, croco-
jib . and other big game me exhibited on ihe plat form during the lecture, these being flunked by native
South African spears, aesegals, sJ iu
and other weapons of warfare. on
Thursda) afternoon 'be veteran war-
m .md traveler will visit the different city schtjols dressed in Hieuni-
idrui he wore while fighting on the
owns an estate valued1 British ^i'1'' in  ,h'' -ate war.
HE'S 30. SHE'S 56, BUT
SHE'S WORTH   $500,000.
San Francisco, March 7. -A special
from Sacramento states that a mar-
rlge license bus been issued in that
city to Mrs. Georgia M. Van Voorhies.
a wealthy society woman, and Arnold
G. Patterson, who has been her chauffeur for some time. Mrs. Van Vor-
hies' age in the license is given as "iti
years, while Patterson is credited with
30 years. Shut  $500,000.
points.
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Celtics    7
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Thistles   ..   ..7
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Westmnister .5
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Shamrocks.   ..-1
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Westham Is.  .4
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Nationals ..   .2
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BRITISH MUSEUM HAS
FOUR MILLION BOOKS
Coluiuhuin college has a date en
tor each of the coming Saturdays, this
month, besides a number of g.im.--�� on
other days.
Next Saturday  the Bchool  will    co
^ver  in  body to support  the  basketball team entered in ihe tournament
at Vancouver.   Tho following Monda..
evi ning in the event of the local teara
l.ing in the tilnals, the scholars wiLi
again   travel  to  Burrard Tnloi.      On
Friday.   March  1!*,   another  eTcursion
will  sake  place by  tbe students   (to
the Terminal port, when their orator--
will argue with debaters from the Wesley Methodist Church Men's club. T_<f
following  day  the   Vancouver    Higi-
school will spend a day In thtla city.
bringing thoir rugby, boys' and girls
Basketball, and ladies" hockey taarr.-
v.lth them to compete against the college.
On :he 27th, the college again ha-
a Journey to Vancouver on accoutu
of the track meet with McGill University
Caseball   WUI   Boom.
Win n thiis month is over baseball
will b< the only sport at the scliooi
and the athletes will spend their ;im.
In petting a team in shape to V- entered in the city league, which it if.
'io|i. il will be formed. The final exam.e
for Ihe theological students will com ���
in the middle of April, tho remainder
of tl e pupils, not completing thelt
-nidi. -. ;ill May and June. F. O. Ca.-
field, the city rugby promoter, hat
again taken the field to recruit a hand
of braves for a match againsl the co)
logo on Wednesday.
Wrestling   Tournament.
The wrestling tournament tor tb<
It. c. championships, that is to coxae
off on March 30 and 31 at thn ��f��
couver Y. .M. C. A. will lllkely hav*
s. veral contestants from ihl<- city, including Walter Cunningham. Although
'Continued on Page Two.)
OOIB BUST ANO NUGGETS
FOUNO BURIED IN GARDEN
BOY   14  YEARS OLD
WEDS WOMAN OF 30
Maben. Miss., March 7.���Charlie
Crossln, li, wearing knee breeches,
and Miss Minnie Corley, 30 years of
age, were married here today. The
boy's parents would not allow him to
return to his newly wedded wife and
in an hour after the ceremony the
couple were parted. Miss Corley
says she will commit suicide If not
permitted to live bim her hoy husband.
No Trouble  on  French  Lines.
Havre   .March   l. The threatened
trouble between the crews of some ol
the French line steamers and the company has be..,, adjusted to the satisfaction of the men.     Tb
.'in.' saibal  from hen*    this
on time.
Powder Burns in Panama.
Washington, March 7.���As au indication of the progress of the Panama
canal construction, it is sta/cd at the
office of the canal commission In mis
city that during the month of January,
over il-7 tons of explosives were used
and 75 1-2 miles of rock drilling were
accomplished.
High School Victors.
The  special ear carrying the  Royal!
City High Sclmoi s.udents to Vancouver was well patronized on Saturday.
The team captured  the  honors in a1
game  with  the   Mount   Pleasant   football     boys.       When     Ihe  home    teauij
came on the field Mr. Davidson, captain of the High School, perceived the I
presence of several in uniform Whol
were   certainly     not     juniors,   but   ln-j
was equal to the occasion and instead
of playing the Intended team pui om l
Harry   Munn and   himself.      As  a   re-
mil the Mount  Pleasant boys did noi I
sieal the Intended march, being beaiep|
by a score of three to nil.    The goals!
were landed  by  Munn.   Davidson  nnd
Innes.       King  put   Up  ihe  best   game I
of the  regulars, b.e played  n  splendid
game   at   full   back.      II.   Collier  ref-
creed the game.
London. March 7.���"In lhe British
Museum tbero are at the present time
over four million books occupying
forty-oight miles of shelves," said Dr.
Fortesque. keeper of the museum
printed books, at a dinner of the International Association of Antiquarian
Booksellers at the Criterion restaurant.
 ,	
SMALL  HERD OF ELK IS
SNOWBOUND   NEAR   HOSMER
Nelson, March 7.���The very deep
snow in ibis vicinity has afforded the
Hosnier people a little pleasure and
excitement   which  will  probably .npt
fall lo Iheir loi again for some time
to come.
Thro.-, miles norili of tha town a
small herd nf elk. consisting of one
hull, two cows and a calf, hnve become
snowbound.      They  are  in  lUOh  deep
snow that ii  has bcu   possible toi
most of the townsiwople in g,.t a good
vi.-w of ibein without any danger to
tbemsSlVeS. The bull elk jiossesses
U splendid pair o!' allllci-, which ill
times he seemed anxious to put into
use Several g��xid snapshots have
been si-cured b> profi ssional and an��i-
leur photographar- both from Penrfe
and _fMmer.
Cam.- Warden Lewis, after Inspecting the elk. hai bad them supplied
with haj as there appears m be very
Utile natural food where ihc.v are
sliowhftvnd
Australian   Miner   Who    Hid    Fortuni
Has   Been   Dead    Thirty    Years���
Everybody Digging.
San Pranci-co, M-ucb 7.���A special
trom Fort land states that Richard
Cornell unearthed $2000 In gold dual
unl nugget, while bo was digging In
bis garden patch In that city. Tha'
treasure, which was ia a rusty tin
box. Is supposed to bave been hurl, j
by an old Australian miner, who ilied
in a cabin on ttiq property, over '.���''
.Mins ago. Aftiv ibe box had tbe-��ii
found, Ii was discovered that the
lilac had b.-en marked by 22 spike*,
iliivn  in a  log near by.    They  we>.
in a row, pointing toward the tree*
���in-, wi ich was just  Ti. feet iawaj
The o|,| miner had confided to -Jil-
lielgiibors that be was rich, but no
one li- li- veil him. Now that the
treasure has been uncoverd, hundred!
of :i��. residents are searching toi
more
JOBLESS   ACTORS.
a.j
Tender* Called  For
The B. C. E. R. has called for lenders to deepen the channel between
the  north  and  south arms of    Lake
Buntzen, which will greatly assist the
work of enlarging the tunnel between
Lakes Coquitlam and Buntzen.      The
level of  the  lake can  at  present  be
lowered live feet to met the demands
of operating its generating  plant on
tlie North Arm of the inlet, but with
s'eiiner Prov-ithe  channel  deepened, water storage
morning J facilities will be provided which will
make double this quantity available
Conservatives Get Bu��y.
^m_\
The following residents of Weiunin.]
ster have been appointed COin_-U-IO_
ers for Hiking affidavits in the supremo
court, under the provisions of the
Provincial Elections art: Ralph
Churton, D. E. Mackenzie, P. J. Mackenzie, W. a. Phlpps, Dougald Marshall, Marshall Sinclair, Georgo Blake-
ley, D. W. Gilchrist, R. A. Stoncy, W.
N. Cany, R. W. Harvey, Simon Svend-
sen, c M. Nicholson, J. A. Lee, c. G.
McLean nnd C, D. Peele. l'he ap.
pointments expire on December 'UJ ftjng w)|ll U|
1900. [ i,oy
WORRY  HINDUS.
Youths Make Fun of Turbaned Sons
of India, Trouble Follows.
Two young Inds are being sought by
the city police, a complaint having
be.-n lodged against them by a number of  Hindus,  who slate they have
Of  Them   Write   to  One   Manag-r
for Employment.
London, March 7.-���Nothing   prove
mon- effectually the unemployment in
theatrical  circles  than   tho  fact  tnat
Charles    Wyndliiiin,  the    manger, received  "������*'> letters  on   his  return   to
London asking him for work on ae-
r-ounf of a newspaper paragraph which
stated that ho was going to produce a
new  play,    Many  of the letters wer��
from w.-ll known actors and actresses
Coal Strike Threatened.
    London,   March 7.-The
been subjected to com-ld.-rable annoy-!g^-)-, Wales COal industry fa
ance ���y ��i,e youths, whose chief <���"��� I threatened with a big strike,
which may affect 12,000 men.
The trouble began today|with
3,000 men idle.   A general
^^^^^^^^^^^^   strike would seriously dis-
B  will  likely he arrested today     ' turD Atlantic shipping.
light appears to he making life miserable for the Orientals. One of the
boys has been In trouble before; the
other |s taking his first lesson In trl-
criminal code.     The
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY.
MARCH
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! Classified Advertisements
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fIRST CARGO Of FLOUR j
FROM B.CT0 tN61AND:
J-�������*J Bank of Mont
WANTED.
ffANTBD���General servant, Ap) I;
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrio, Sixth street,
near Fourth avenue.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., Heal estate
and insurance agent;-. City, Farm
and Suburban property. 260 Co-
lumiiia street.
Liverpool Merchants Highly
Pleased With Successful
Result of Experiment.
M��_l��
ESTABLISHED 1817
real
CAPITAL    	
RESERVE         " '   * 4'4��0'OOO.CO
11.000,000.00
v:,
Branches  ilirougluiut Canadi
WANTED ��� GENERAL   SERVANT
R. Dickinson, corner of   SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C
���P. B. Urown, manager, P. O. Box
Apply  Mrs.
Elliott aud  Carnarvon.
WANTED���Hy man and wife, bedroom
:uid board with private family.    Ad-
dress A. S., this office.
 I
WANTED���A boy to work from (i to
L2 in the morning. Good pay. Apply this office Saturday between 12
and 12:30.
556, phone 334. Two acres, five miles
out, at a cheap price, to close up an
estate; this would make an excet-
lent chicken ranch at small cost;
$300, terms. j
W \ NTED���I
'os i lion
in
office
by young
lady
who
underst
an
Is   ty
lewriting,
P  O
Box
573,
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
teniizing. Gulnn <t Fairley, phone
JM7. IS Flack blocK, Vancouver,
8.  C.
HAMPER,    ACCOUNTANT    AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
���uicer. Room 10, Brine Block. New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE,  (Mrs. Archer,.proprietress).     Pour courses, consisting of j
soup,   fish,   boiled   entree or  roast,
pudding or pie. tea, coffee or milk.
Bnderby,   .March   7.���Tne  Columbia
Flouring  Mills  company, l.mited, ha.'
received  word ut   its  Lnderby office,1
t'i om iis  Liverpool  agent,    tnat the'
cargo of Hour    which    was    .-hipped
Broth  Its Enderby mills early in No-
veniber, aud sailed  from  Vancouver
on November 5, reached Liverpool on
February   5.    The   cargo on     arrival
was   in   excellent   condition, and the'
Liverpool  buyers are  highly pleased
with the result, j;
This was the first cargo of Hour to'
leave ihe Pacific coast of Canada tor]
tho Old Country    and    demonstrates!
or
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
ia  and Newfoum    i
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane, V. s. \
banking business  transacted,
Letters of Credit issued, available with   CO
the world.
Savings   Bank   Departmfcnt  -Deposits ree
wards, and  Interest   allowed   at   3  per cent
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.
*-*���  BRYMNER.
Ma
fl'g*r,
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   <_.   CAFE
Tickets,  21   meals    for  J I.       Home   how  successfully   Hour cn  be handled
cooking.     M.ais. Bhort orders, oys-  a-l  this all-sea route
ters. AU white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
ARCHITECTS.
BDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT-
fiuichon   Block.    Telephone  338.
FOR  SALE
O RENT���One large turuished beu
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two .-mall ones. Rent reasonable.    Apply 287 Victoria street.
This company is also in receipt of
an order tor 25,000 sacks of dour for
tbe Orient, and the n i'IIs tire now preparing the shipment.
Sports Booming at
Columbian College
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
(Continued from Pai
line.'
FOR SALE���Al |_00 Bell piano. $200;
$50 cash, balance easv. Apply .John
Slpprell, 116 s.vond street.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandell,
near Tram office.
FOR SALES���Gasoline launch, 18 feet;
new, with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 29, Daily News, or C. R.
:.ind6ay,  Twelfth  street,  City.
FISH  AND GAME.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladies' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and mm', suitings. Pressing and repairin-*. ou short notice.
Phone  B350.
"���
THEATRES.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lonre street, W. X. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug Store.
6V    E.   FALES,   THE   FURNi-UR.:
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
���������orner Agnes and McKenzie street
Phone 176. night call 81.
HOUSES  TO  RENT.
TO RENT���$1.", fai.x-room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
conveniences.   Apply J. M. McDon-
;ld. -131 Agn.-s Street.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia  and   Eighth.
ligh Class Moving   Pictures,   Illus-
' rated Songs.    Program changed Mon
lav   Wednesday and "Ylday
LAND   SURVEYOR.
none of the C.M.C. tustlers Intend to
enter, several members of the bUBl-
uess men's class which is conducted
in the gym tire working bard ,;n an-
tici| al ion of the event.
With one exception, the personnel of
the team which won from tue Y. M. C.
A. seniors at the college gymnasium
last Friday, will asain represent the
school in the senior tournament. The
change of Davidson for Spring at centre will of course, weaken the team,
for Spring is nothing if not a senior.
But tor a junior player Davidson Is
as good as the best.
Twelve Games to  Be  Played.
There are expected to be four teams
���in each of the two lower class.s of
the tournament, and five In Class A.
the senior division, which has a seventeen-year age limit, and is the on.-
that the College has entered. The
opponents of the New Westminster
boys will be from Revelstoke, Vic" djj
and Vancouver.
The games start at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, and continue turougli
the afternoon and evening, and Monday evening. About 12 games will:be
necessary to decide the winners of the
three classes.
He a part (30 acres) of the northeast
quarter of section  10,  town-hip  19.
New Westminster distrlcl
Whereas proof of the los_ of certificate of title number 1150 F., issued
in the name of James Long, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one mmi-h from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection 1"'
made to me in writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Regfitrar of Titles,
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. O, Feb. 3rd, 1309.
TREE SPRAYS, BLUE
STONE, SULPHUR, Etc,
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ��"����������������*���. ������*��4t
******wH
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladie_ .'rom $12./-;
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' .'pen case.
$7.50 upa
Agent for Waltham trad Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Croce-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
���flfTt��I��Twte -j- *5**;* "\
PRINTING
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
���IRS. RUNACRBS, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Quern'- Avenue Cnurch.���
Homo-made san-jages a.id rolls, head
cheese, etc.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B  _
OXANAGAN   RESIDENTS TO
ADVERTISE FERTILE VALLEY
LAUNDRY.
IRON   -VORKS.
I
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. Hollers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
^heet iron work Telephone 324 P.
O. Box  112.
NOW
is tbe time to get curtains and
BLANKETS   ready   for   Spring.     Re-
member the
Royal City Laundry
Royal  Ave*iu3 and  Biackie  Street
LIVERY STABLE.
P NG    UP   250   FOR    HACKS    AND
P. O   Box 471.
Pel.
Res. 420.
mat'  turnouts.
bles.
The  Fashion Sta-
MUSIC.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell  the  Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engines
is   C   C. FISHER, .x pupil of C irl
:��� i Ant< ...  R   ., M.. London, Eng.,
ol Q. F   .- .. . Mu-     Bac , Ox-
��� I   will giv.. lessons  In
��� my,
PALMER
BROS.TWO
AND FOUR
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
EM. I Nts  !
NUR8ERIE8.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnabj Lake For healthy,
home-grown I   dt tn  b phone 445.
--iNRY'S   NURSERIES   -  PACl-'IC
Coast teste i, trees, plants, beo
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road. Vancouvi r, and branch nursery nt So ith Vancouver.
'___
Vernon. March 7.���The Okanagaiv
Hoard of Trade has applied to the
City Council for a grant in aid of the
work of the board. The board in-|
ik-nds to adverti.-'e the city and district this year, principally hy exhibits
nf fruit at the big fairs in Seattle,
Spokane: and elsewhere. They ask
the Council for $500, of which $-00
is to be available immediately, poim-
ing our. that Revelstoke is spending
$1001} this year. The Council promises favorable consideration.
���THAT'S OUR1
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us mea.*a a satisfied customer.
ouk mn SATISFIES
OUI- PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates M work of any description or ojuantity ciuoted
on application.
Jackson 8 Morrison
Daily N��ws Block.
New Waetiri'l-ster. Phone 388
4**?,��|*��|**l**i.**i**i*>r ���-{���������*J����i**i��*i"������'����J����j.
Manvratturers and Deaters tn AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors
Interior Finish,     lurnec. Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Box.",.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass
FARMERS ATTENTION! i
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing ?nd Draining. |
  i
i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St. j
Telephone  12. New Westniinter
o*o*o*o#o*040C)*o*<s^o*o��ok;3'K)*o��o*o^' ���co^oeceo*-*"--
LULU   ISLAND  ACREAGE
ADVANCES IN VAUJUE
Dolphus Lanovilie, a well-to-do
��� v ������ of Lulu I-kind, has houi-!-; <;f
C. S. Douglas 17. 1-2 acres on tha island for $.i."i(i(��. This waa at 'he rate
of about $-00 per acre which ai ow..
the value of farm property on the
island is increasing at a good rate.
The land lies beyond the proposed
trace course.
NOTICE.
1 1-2 to 2.". h p., 2 and -I cycle
jest
wiiii.- on the mark.'. Engines l
ept ia
BtOCk  li'.
PROFESSIONAL.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID. Proprietor.
Tenth street,   ���   New Westminster
Vt _DE, WHEALLER .v  McQUARRIE
(P. C. Wad'    K   i     A. Whealler, W.
L.   McQuar; le)    Solicitors, Barris-
. etc.  12  :.���    -    treet, opposite
court-ton New     Westminster,
(Phone i i        ind  B    Vancouver.
���-IBERALS   RETAIN
SCOTTISH  BUROH SEAT
London, .March 7.���In Hawick
burghs by-ejection yesterda-y Sir .-Dim
Harr.iii, Liberal, was elected by a. ma-
iorlty of u.O over Halford John Mac-
I'iiuter, Hnionist, the totaii vote being
respectively ���,03S and 2,508. In the
general election Thomas Shaw, Advocate Oneral, defeated Sir Arthur
. -.ii an Doyle by 3,125 to 2,444.
Take notice that I, C. w. Pxeston,
of Vancouxer, H. C, fanner, inteud to
apply tu tin- -honorable Chic. Commls
aionex of Lauds and Works Car a
twenty-ana yoa_ grazing lease an the
following dest-rtbed land: Commencing at a iiost on the i.-a^t aboni of
>'a.'.t*; i land, Port Simpsoa district,
about a mils ��outh of t'i m ". ., ol
Like C-Selc, hence went ucros the
inland to tlw shore, thence follow Ing
Ue bIjou- northerly, easterly and
oouthcriy to tin. po'_it ot commencement
No 2 lease.���Zayas Island, Hon
Simpson district, Btartlng at a post at
the -ontfteast corner of No. i lease,
theae.- west across t.h. lBland to tin-
Bhooe., thenoe following the shore
south., >iy, easterly and northely
uiwund to the point of commencement,
C   W. PRESTON.
-Tan. 28, 1909.
Foreign  Drafts
We sell    drafts at the   lowest   rate.,   on   ill   thi     rincipal
points- to Great Britain*.France,  Germany,  Italj
European countries, also on all parts of Aii, Africa, A .-"������>.'���������
N.w Zi-al'in 1 and  Mexico.
Hankers'  money ordbra   sold, payable at  ;ar at any point
in Canada.
Coli-ctions made Bt tin-- lowest  rates.
Ihi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0��0*0*0��0^0*0040��0*0*0*0*0>*C^OO*0��CO^J
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LOCAL   NURSERY.
APPLICATIONS  WANTED.
ROLLER   RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING  RINK, New K.
of P, hall, Eighth and Agm I Btroi'
Hours:  Morning,   10   to 12; after-
noon. 2:30 to 5   efenlng, 7;:;o to I",
Admission H'e,  Skats. ZBO,
'- ipllcatlona will bi received up to
Mon la; . the 22nd, Inst., at 5 p.m . tor
thi position of City Scavenger, duties
i" commence on April 1st, 1909, Sal-
larj at the rate of $50 per month. For   for the spring of 1910.
Secures   Large  Order from   Kootenay
Fruit Grower.
The   Fraser Valley    Nurseries  Co.,
Ltd., for which J-aiiies Comptou is the
local agent, has contracted  an order
for 4000 apple trees to Swan Swanson
The company
ll.i
Information  as  to duties,  etc., apply j w--- yr-nd an expert to superintend the
to ih.   sanitary Inspector at the City j planting and also guarantee the name
j and species of the trees.     Mr. Swan-
W. A. DUNCAN, ,^m [g preparing to run a 10-acre or
chard for commercial purposes.���CreS-
'ton Rcliew.
City Hull. March
City Cl.-iv
l;nVi.
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eiurne.   B. C
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5 00
McQuarrie & Co.
PLOUR  ANH FEED
FRONT  STREET
"*'*��/   Westminster.
Trade Marks
Desuqn*
,,,������.,-,,, COPVI.IQHT�� 4C.
R-fantToo Urn.5.," r """""���* tn* wlioiher _n
patota
p_tmitii.
* receive
lent fre��. BldMt ���_..,, ,. *rM_S,W <>n f
Scientific Bmericaik
S-Ui-ewk-.-i-^ ���"���""""wo Prep-M,   sold by
MJJNN^CO^6'"r-Hd-._*,. |
Ml ��6 IT Bt_ Wa-hll;-?;,"
A Little Good
hut Bre
win-*
I
makes a b g. ���"" ������ ;i
of poor coal sends ""��� '"'    I
la economical ">
It H
It
at ah.    u cWl
our coal, because " ^
goes farthest, mak. '"���'�� ,.
leaves verj llttl. *** """J
no more per ton *����� %
Brad'v. We deliver ^
part   Of  the City.       "'    ^
always.    Telephone
to us.
. our
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN-
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster'. Home Paper.
THE
IT PAYS TO
-1N--
D A I L y
adve
Westminster's
Home
RTISE ___
tkQfwO*
MARCH 8.  1$09.
PttB DAlLr NEWS.
. AC.: THRKK
Inadia"
pacific Railway Co.
Grand Trunk Ry.        Money
grltlrf C.*'"--"J
r-*_a��t  Line
Incol
TIME TABLE
vER   \iCTOhiA    SEATTLE
;.'
Operat
:��  '.
:     -
��UTE
,o  January   13.
ta leaves i .��n-
.S direct to Se
i, lay.
. leaves Vancou
Y.. :oria daily, ex-   And a11 tht? principa
Excellent Train Service Betwee.
Chicago, London,
hamilton, Toruaio,
; Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
saved ;. money earned. This is an
old and true saying. You can ���*���
money by coming here when you Baed
Furniture of any kin.:. Wo have a
great variety of New and Second band
i goods of everj it-script ion. No ma*.
ier  what   you   need,  a".out  the bom
Kamloops is Nearly
One Hundred Years Old
.
One i
,    .. ..'..Lai     after
'������ ��� \..-....>;   Ross  * *o
Lost
.
p.
Is
If"
I
I '..
Lea
��� e leaves Van-
:or Victoria.
MINSTER- VICTORIA    ROUTE
leave Victoria for
ever;   Tuesday.
���  tmlnster on Wed-
business een ters ol
ONTAKIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and1
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Timo Tables, etc. address
GEO.   W.   VA_X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
barn, come and see if you can g-tjin isi; pra . M ..  r. 0n
.ere.    Your money will not be            , ..     ,-  ;. _,v     ,
A:: the coa               the  XorUtwi st
for we can cer   ' '          ���     ������ �����', Baj  com anj
��������� .-   Bt      ... oui   with   almost  an>-   ' in   ���'���*. a ��tcl_eod
thing  cheaper than   any  other   place    ...- ,                  ....  viia,..-K..   from
v- *  �� .     follow .1
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap contains  nothing thaf   wiD harm r<
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the -kin.
Sold by all dealers at
we  know c:.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Five Cents a Bar
��������������������������������������������������������������� 4444444444+4+44444444444+4
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S 3 Teet
.   ; 1   ; m.    1st,    10th
month for Clayoquot,
( J  waj   ports;   10th !
[ tot Quat^no and way \
. v.. for Ahcuset,
- a.t: and way ports.
LanL^uV cn-'NAIMAIIVIO    HOLME..
S. S. Jean
,au. Vancouver 2 p. m. daily, ex-
Leaves  Nanaimo a
Mail Service
When >< i warn any kind of repair
int; don-, sui h as guns, umbrellas.
typewriters or any light automatic ma-
chlnery, co to
Alex. Speck
Following are the hours rf despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, t_e hour given in
each case bting  the hour of closing,
which  is half an hour, as a  rule, before  the actual  despatch.    All mail.-,
unless otherwise stated, an- despatch.
'Jed and received daily except Sunday,
��iThe only mails dispatched    and    re-
Iceived Sunday ar.- the C. P. it. .-outh
and C. i'. R. east mails, not including
the    way   mails,    Sapperton,    Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Columbia St.    "Man
-n   the Wheel."
I
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m.   (closed at eleven o'clock
lhe
G,  N. R
, nesday.
pn ���.  us   night)- Vancouver    via
Owl." Victoria  i w pt  Wed-
ALASKA ROUTE,
[ncess   Maj    leave*    Vancouver
IM       _Mh.
,uni ntKh   o.  C.   KOUTfc.
nee-. Beatrice leaves Vancouver
l_a_4-t,
May    leaves    Vancouver
k . ���".   18th, 28th.
JB. C. CUA-T MAIL  SERVICE.
.- 3u ���    ���  ���. oi SS. .'.niur l-.avi
, ..... March 16th, April 2d.
fcUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND      L.,c rftl,way
SERVICE.
Suiua. und Seattle, Including all U
���rice leaves Vancouver  ���    ,, . ,
S.  Points east and south, and  points
, b.-twe.n   New  Westminster  and  Hunt
indon, B.C., via C. P. R. south.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and  Seattle,    in
| clndinK all 1". S. points . ast and south;
jalsoall poim- between N- w Westmin
-ier and Blaine, via G. N. It.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PE1.IWLVANI*. SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers &. Preston
Office. Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
V.IIlcOUVe
C   El
th 23d. April 3d.
UP RIVER.
New   Westminster   Monday
cm *da* an : Frid ij al '���' a.m.
', m Chilllwsck Tues lav. Thursday
��� -lav a: 7 a m.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E.  R. Westminster Branch.
a m<    ..-..;        ung ..: _ i omantli
iund th�� old fort,
1'   Nv ���- then   thai   he  comi anj s ot-1
We��r in conn Sai mei :; ac a, cbal-H
lenged .. Scot, David Doug
las the wandering botanist, mn dad,
vjohn Tod w..s one ol the mor.- prominent fai: ���- In inrge of the fort and
was rem irkable for his ability to flea-
wit . :��� dian8,
.Kamloops w..s the capital of lie
���. : v :;.������ prbper,    'i ne
fori was compact and well pallisadcd
land within the stockades standing at
la   Ut Lie  .'...--'.ance.     there    was    room
: enough for tbe largest horse brigades
! togi ther \. Ith thi li  ... i vr. events. A
i s. con | fi ��� i aas - ons tructed near I he
t'ns: one a little ..... r    The Indians
wi  .   fairly troublesome nt times and
.mum   blood  curdling  tales  are  told
of ti.iw  some hr.unh of the Shuswap
familj s apled a poor wandering white
Tin r,  w.rc not more than a dozi >n
Inhabitants of thi   'tie fort and al
times this number was much smaller,
.Much   legendry   surrounds   thi    place
and ih.- story of Kamloops Is one of
the  most thrilling   ai d   ro n ml i     of
;in>   place in Canada     Sottlemeni on
ihis side of the river followed during
the  middle  vcT's of  the 'as;  century
HOW  TO  OPERATE  .-. n .  um  ntachim        bom*
How to rem or bu> _ moving pictun  machine
Ho�� to make big ���.:������������      ��� ���     . .    -., ���..���... .,....��� , D .
How  to obtain positions whl h   ... $.: per week.
How to I < come a Unl h ���: ... - *���
We give Instructions thai an-   I and ntc. <*������������. m.
W,   '..,���,,   the newest method ol inching bj  mail.
We Ken ': you on receipt of Ji 00   on pl. .- Insi -.. ... ���.,-
We :e.tch operators how to ;^i--  . i (saminationi
We represenl ths leading film exehangi
Remittanc -    to    independent    Th- ���:���;. ,u Exchange,    I00-401-.0.
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Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and ..very half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Note.���Clove-dale and district (CtOr|Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
It
ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-
, via   and   Kensington  Prairie)    Hazel
mere,   Poi i   Kells,   Hall's   Prairie  and
Nice.ii i.i despatched daily exci      on
'Sunday;   Clayton,   Monday,   Tuesday
Thursday   tuid   Saturday;     Tynehead
and Bon Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
! urdaj.    Tin   ������  mails  are  al]   receive I
sain., daj - as despatched,
11:00 a.m.- Vancouver, Victoria and
! Central  Park,  via  B, C. Electi Ic ra I
way.
12:30 p in    Strawberry   Hill,    Tim-
berland   and   South   Westminster,   by
com ier (Tuesday and Friday).
l: 30 p m    East Burnaby, bj - mrlei
2: On   p.m.���Burr-nit lam.   by   courier.
2:00   ii.iii.    Ladner,   Port   Guichon,
Westham   island  and Sunbury,    daily
excepi   Sunday;    Woodward.   Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,    via    "J.   C,
Bruce."    iSteveston  mail   despatched
and   received   via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Pipei
ER   FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES, , Si.liiiK, via G.  N.  H. n.ntli.
if   .   -1..     : on Lodge, No. 9, A. I    4:00  Vancouver and Burnaby  lake,
King Solomon Lodge, ] \ in  H. C.  Electric railway.    Saturday
an  extra  mail  is  despatched  to    Victoria   via  Vancouver at this hour,
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via O. N. It.
"Flyer."
���j:".0 p.m.���C. p. R. east, Sapperton.l
Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
reservutlonn   and   :n:ormatton
��� .idress '
ED. GOrLFT.
���igent, New Westminster.
C. B. FOS. ER,
'Jen   Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
if-ml 8ui.'*r'rtPnrlerit.   Vi. tor1��
faLernal Societies
|0. F.-AMITY LODGE, NO   ">' .���
^e regular meetings of ".his loilge
s held In Oddfellows' hai'.. Colum-
street, every   M'.n'ay   evening,
o'c'ock.
)E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
|5, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Rose Degree meets Second and
))iir*b Wednesday of each month,
K. of P. Hall, rviiunibia St., at
ll .':��� Wl Ite Hose Decree, Fourth
lednesday in e.ir.h monrb. same
and pli
[and A. M.;
'���-. A. 1*   and A. M.'J   L,  O. L.,
1150; L  (��. I.., No. 1593;  Court
ipperton, N i. 1683, I. O. F : C. O.
''������������ Westminster,   No.   330;
|ot_erhood of Ow's, Neif No. 29;
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a m . and every half hour there-
after until   11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car leave \ mcouver tor New West-
minsti.- ai S:00 aud B:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave N. w Westminster for Vancouver a: 8:00 a.m., and ev ry half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m, Lasi
Car  11:00 1 .in.
D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
HN UIVE NO liLARAMEE.
BUT READY IN CASE (IF NEED
Overseas Dominions Prepared to De""
onstrate   Loyalty  to   Mother Conn
try at   Any  Time.
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15
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
.syluni,
Royal Cltj   Mills,
C i: nari - n an l 1'. nth,
-Royal Av. i,v an I Eighth,
Fifth Av. ii .   .
St,  Mary's  itos]   a
S< cond and Pa v R iw
Columbia an I 11 ilfi i In
Sapp. rton
16 Roj al Co
. : Queen's   \ v   ..���   and Slxtl
.' i rhlrd  \\. nue and Second
25 Fifth Avenue and Fourth
26 Fifth   \>. 'iu.   and Eighth
27 Third   \venu.- and Ti nth
;.' Vgnea and Sinm.
.11 ScliaaK..  Machine Wo
15 Columbia and McKensie,
16 c, r. i;  Station
12 Small .v   Bucl.lln Mills
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PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes   Street*.
Hours; Morning, 10 io il'. afttrno. ,
-   0 tc 5; evening, 7 30 to 10,   Adn_.
-������ a  10c,  -Kates   25c,    On  Saturdi
10 to 12,   chool children   under
win tx  : ���   shed skates for 10-   Con
nuitat .n tickets now en sale,    t*:..
\   IS i
PENITENTIARY   SUMPLIE.S.
IS IS
the
Great   Northern  Railway.
N'.W. 9:20 a.m.;  ar. Seattle  1 p.m.
N.W. li ia ]i.in.; ar. Seattle 1" p m !
N.W.  12:10 am.; ar, Si attle 7:16
Lv
Lv
l.v
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m.;
Lv.  Seattle i J.">  p.m.
p.m
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m
a.m.
ar, N W.
ar.   N.W.
p.m.
9:56
N.W. 6:20
.���"*' W.-FRASl-R. LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues-
���>'   In    each    month.       Visiting
euiren cordially invited to attend.
?��e room, a. o. V. W. hall. Odd-
���jws' bloi k, Clarkson street
Mails   Received.
0:15  a.m.���Ulalne anil    Seattle
eluding all U. s. points, via ti. N. R
I "Owl.-'
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
No.  397    leaves    New Wesuninstei
3:60 p.m., arrive Gulchon 6 p.m. Frl-i
day-;  also  connections  by   10.10  a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and'
1::',.-|  Thursday.
Leave Ouichon 6:30 a m., an ive N.;
w. 8;.5 Fridays; al-o connections by
xcept  Ouichon   Tuesday andl
Ol lawa.   Alaicli  7.    The  corre (pond
nn'.' between tho  Dominion and Im-
u ��� lai governments in reg i  i to o .m |
Isntlon ol  the Imperial General stafT
wa-  laid  bfo ���     arlln t  jcatei6 i
A meiiioranduiii I.. in the Arm) '
council expresseddtself ns well nwaie
that the sell governing d iminlons
ipnld give no eu.iiinn.'.' ��� lun ' ntin i
��� . s would be i": i he nu ng for --" ' I n
a iiiii ] "'i of the I mi ilre lu ""���
I event ol  war.
Ai the same time   t 'ui- <    ��� alls  I
that  the feelings of loyalty and affec
tion  toward the  Mother Country en
i tertained bj  the Overseas Dominions
: would  operate as  powerful!)   in  ;i"'
hour of trial as they did during    the
' recent war lo South Africa.
To Rival N. G. L. Lme.
lion-; Kong. Marcil 7. A Cllillese
Siamese syndicaie has chartered six
Norweigan steamships for one year.
In ord.r to engage In the r��!oe traffic
between Bangkok and Hong Kong, a
monopoly hitherto held hy the North
German Lloyd Steamship company,
j Opportunity ji
I :,   uvei
nnd   mal,.
I lenrj 's
..���I'  your
cat.lie   ".
order for
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ii
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<���
Tested Seeds <-
Plant-.  Bi
Pacific   Coast
rn ���-. nam . ii. e Supplies, etc
No w nidi agi nt. to annoj you,
No damage om : unilgai i..u No
li la. - or custi in
YOU  "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
fRT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
the fourth Friday in the1    9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry mi
onth at 8 o'clock,   in  the
1"" ��� V8' block.
small
PERNAL   JRUER   OF   EAGLES,
Meets every Tuesday
t .  in.. In  the  Eagles'
"���'���'.    A.   Clark,
H   Bi iiaii.vi. Secretary.
'rea
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
8:20 a.in.-- Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Electric railway,
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier
3:S0 p.m.   Blaine and Seattl.
eluding all V. S. points; also all points
1:80 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
g-30  a m,-   Vancouver  and   Victoria,
i via  Q,  N.  It.
10:01)   to   11:00   u.in.-Ladiier,   Pori
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuesday,   Thursday   and Saturday)   Wood-
-   . n_ ������_��� I ward, via steamer Favourite. (Steves
tUniit J1'"--N1"etson the First and 'ton despatched  and received via \ an-
"';' Tuesday of every month tn i c01iver ,
I v"t W. Sutherland. '
in I-   I'"1'
6 a.m. Thursday.
Lv.  N.W.  ,; 20 a.m..  3  p.m., and  9:65
p.m.   for   Vancouver.
l.v. Vancouver v<::'.r. a.m., I p tn. and
11   ai p m, t"r Westminster.
_RAMerL   TEMHLAHS  OF   TENI-
'n^NCF meet   every Wednesday
; " '���  ,'���  m., in Oddfellows'
r". COlUl
ill-
street,
K.ut,S.C011-AND  BENEFIT AS
RATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
 12:80   to   l   p.m.���C.   P.   R.   east,
0'F-Ro.      .ily  L00ge.  No.  B | Sapperton,  Fraser  Mills and    Coni.it-
I"eet8   In   oddfellows*   Hall,   Col- i lara* ,  ��� ,.,
J* street, Dver_ Frl(l3V ���--���,���- |    i:00 p m.���Vancouver, Centn
�� o'clock
made    ��,.,,,,,,���_     r.    n.   mn   I     T-nn  n.m.���fi'imria    BU"3 Ssfltl
���' Friday evening I
Visiting brethren will ,an(1 Fraser Arm.
Icome.    G.  B. Gilley, l     ���''-W p.m.���Sumas
P. G., record-  eluding all U. 9'. point-i and pninti h-
I ween Huntingdon nnd New We--tiiiin-
ii, ���   ster, via C. P. R. south; also Fraser
���erri-     IRADE���New   Westmin-   Mills
V f��8rd of Trade
r'-Hoom, city
''' '���'��� i-  ' '-virne,
H secretary,
am
meets in tbe
Hall, as follows: '
ts.rs* ��n tbe third
l?!- and
���tnunl
l-ursdT   '^   ��n    the    thlr<1
lu, ,.'..    ' February.     New
I' ted ai ""      "   I'roPose''-    and
letins   T montl��y or quarterly
"   ,v E White, S-e
OPERA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
February,    May,
N 'vember, at 8  p. ro.
meetings
March 17���Kerry Cow.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24���Harry Beresford.
April l���The Matter Power.
April 2.���Marrying Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April  28.���-The Glngerhnl
June   10.���Nat   Goodwin.
WHEN  GOING EAST
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND 5TOU oVl'.H
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
gl ,j,( '|'.,,,.���   Every Day In the Vear
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FA MM
THE      NORTH-WESTERN,       LTD.
Embodies the  newest and   best ideas:
io,.   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with   both1
elefctriclt) and f?as; the most brilliant
ly illuminated train In the world. The,
equipment consists of private compaitv
ment cars, rtandard IG section sleep
ers>    luxurious dining car,    reclining
| chair oars   (seats   free),   modern  day
coaches and buffet,  library and smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 S.cond Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Curbing   Liquor Traffic.
Charlottetown, P. B. i,, March 7. A
hill to prohibit the solicitation of orders for liquor is lo be Introduced In
th.- legislature.
"The Milwaukee"
"Th. Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South Wist Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains In the service "ii anj
railroad In the world thai equal In
equipment   thai   of  :h" Chicago,  Mil-
HENRY'S
j Nurseries
Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses,  3010  Westminster  Road,
Vancouver. B.C.  Branch Nursery.
South  Vancouver.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
Fraser River Service
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack  on
TUESDAY.
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND SAT
ai B a in , . ailing nt following point i;
Hammond, Haney, Lungii y, Glen Vai
ley, Whonnock, Ru i. n, Bllverdale, Mt,
Lehman, Mal iqul, \ii Ion, rlatzlc
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumai ano
waukea _.- st. Paul Railway, The) Chilliwack. Roturnlng leaves Chllu-
own and operate their own sleeping>wack on Wedaesduy, Friday, and Sun-
and dining oars on all their trains arid day at 7 a in Excellenl paseenge*
give their patrons an excellence    of i omodation.   Lou.- i Frelghl rates
service not obtainable elsewhere,
H. s. hou i:. Qeni ral  Lgeai
134 Third St., eor. Aide   Portland, <��i
WK8TERN
i.t;
STEAMBOAT   CO.
Whllmore, Mgr.
Now Westmlnsti
Sealed lenders addressed "Inept***-
to ������ of Penitentiaries, Ottawa," an<_
.���ml.".., ,|     renders   for  Supplies,"   will
.. lied   uniii    Thursday,   "ottj
Man ll.   incliishe.   from   parties   d-Sh
Oils Dl contracting for supplies, for it'.
fiscal yew 1909-1910, for the following
iu itl lltlons,  namel\ ;
Kingston Penitential i.
st  Vincent de l'-mi penlt una
i "orchpHter Penitentiary,
Manitoba Penitentiary,
British Columbl i Penlti ntlary,
-Ibertn     Penitentiary,     Eldmon on
Alt.i.
separate  tenders   Mill he   received
foi each of the following classes oi
..upplles:
i    cbal.
:���   ceai .ti
:: Cordwood,
-i DrugB,
i > iv Goods
6. k\irai;e.
I Fresh Fish.
N Fresh Meal
'.i Groceries,
lu      11 ard wa rill.   Leather.
111.     Milk.
13     Oils and   Palnti
II Pork    ind   llaeon.
16. Portland Cement
10,     Sol,- Leather.
17. Tinware.
Details of Information as to form ol
contract, together with forms of ten-
iter, wiii in. furnished on application
in the  wardens.
I All   Kii|ipl|es  are suhjecl   lo   ill.-  i��|i
piovui of iii.- warden.
DOUGLAS STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspector', of I'clfllellllnrli"-
Departmenl of Justice, Ottawa, ������'<���-
ruari  "7. 1909
TA K K
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROS8, \TLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON arid fAlR
hank-' ;>.,:, train feaoepi Banday)
cai    . -.       engei i, mail, express and
I ���    -.���.I'h   Bttlgei   al   Car
crosi  and   White  Horse, maintaining
a thorotj$_i winter   ierVlce,
f        ��� ��� nation apply to
J. K. ROGER8, Trafflo Manager,
lMR)OMnMMMflKNMMtjM0-OM
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Advertising and Circulation
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|   The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and A-vertlsemenfs solicited for the above publications
CHARLES   If. SANDS, Agent
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22    g
Westminster', Home Paper. | $ f*XG&r<^^^
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, MARCH
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company. Limited, at their Offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. ('.
Correspondence
E.  A. Paige Managing  Director
���Ma-W**^
(The Dally News is not responsible
tor tbe opinions of its correspondents.)
MONDAY,  MARCH 8, 1909.
PRICE   OF   COAL.
The public owes a debt of gratitude
to Mr. John Oliver for again endeavor-
ir.g id cu-pi lhe ipowef-s", of, the coal
/bacons in tbe province, in Jspite Of
the fact that an amendment was car-
rM referring the matter to the Dominion government for the    appoint-
PRINCE   RUPtRT   LOTS.
Editor  Daily  News,
Sir,���As it is generally understood
that an auctkn iT city lots, s-ltuato
at the Pacific terminal of ihe Grand
Trunk Pacific railway, Prince Rupert,
will be hold sometime this summer,
may I through your columns call the
atteintion of the company to a matter
of much importance io them and indeed to tbe public at large. As population is of the Hist importance to
the infant city everything should be
done to secure a large population at
us early a date as possible otherwise
the progress of the town will be seriously retarded.    Now if the lots are
ment of a commi.sasion of inquiry, as
was the policy adopted last session 0ffere(- one t,y one or not more than
the discussion ln the legislature has two at a time a number of small capi-
done good, and shows the determina-  tallsts win hav�� a chance of buying,
which they will be sure to avail them-
selves of. Whereas if the land is put
up in blocks la few big buyers J.vill
control   the  town-ite  and   hold   their
Hon of the McBride ministry to cheek
an examination into existing conditions.
It is much more a  provincial than   lots for speculative purposes, regard-
a federal matter in spite of what the   l(,ss of tne set back tIlus ^ven to the
government supporters say. The price
of coal, and the circumstances attend-
growth of the place.
This is no imaginary difficulty as
the accuracy of my theory has been
ing its product are matters coming demonstrated at some sales near Van-
wnhin the purview of the pro.incial couver, where the men with large
government, which makes regulation, funds at their disposal actually bid
for the control of th. mine-, and the aSa*nst. themselves to raise the prices
men who work therein. ,hUs kepPinS out the smaller class of
It  is common  knowledge  the  pres-  buyers,
ent high price works harm to the in*1 "SMALL  BUYER.
dustries which depend on a cheap sup- New Westminster, March 7, 1909.
���ply of fuel to make them pay. and the
���stove of the householder is to be cold
when half the products of the mines
may be exported to foreign markets
to be sold at lower rates than in this
province. Unless a combine io arrange rates does exist, how do tne
coal  owners explain   the  present  in-
CHARGED WITH   THEFT
FROM   FERNIE   FUND
Choice  Hams  18c
Moncton, N. B., March ..��� Cliargeii
with the theft of nine hundred dollars
from tbe Fernie Flre relief fund, Her-
ben (i. Lockhart was arrested here
last night on the strength of lntorttja-
tion received from the Fernie police.
Lockhart belongs to this city, and has
been traced from Fernie since leaving
thai place, his last move being from
Toronto, which city lie left east.iound
Saturday uight. The Fernie police
have been notified of the arrest.
Pope Still III.
Home,    March    7.���The    Pope  re-,
maiued in bed today.    He expressed al
desire to drees and take a short walk,!
but  Dr.   Petacci   insisted  on   his  remaining  quiet.       The doctor  assures
the public that the Pope's troublb is
merely an    obstinate    cold  and  that!
there Is no occasion for anxiety.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Kigbtn St. sua    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   *.7_.
BOWELL A  ODDv. ProDrietor-.
"GET THE   HABIT."
Just Arrived!
J. HENLEY
Miuiuiaclurer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   eiflht street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
NOTICE.
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SAVE
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Royal
Standard
COUPONS   AND   WIN   A   HANDSOM E CHINA DINNER
SET.
Fraser River at New Westminster,
Et. C.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
DIRTY BARBERS.
TENDERS WANTED.
Manitoba  Board   of  Health   to   Insist
Upon  Sanitary  Measures.
Winnipeg, March 7.���Owing to numerous complaints about unsanitary
conditions   prevailing   among   ia innl-
flated prices, when transportation tromj peg barbers as regards th��� sterilizing
the mines   to   the   populous    centres
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon on Saturday, March 20th, 1909, for tho pur-
chase of legal subdivision four of Section sixteen, township eight, east of
the  coast  meridian,  containing forty
acres.     This land is situated on the
of  instrument-  and   personal cleanli-   H-���,    p   w d   -  M     n      ,
where tne bulk is consumed is ^o, ness, application has been made to the
cn-ap? Practically all is frelgiiteu
���nund by tugs from the producing
points, at any rate so far as the lower
mainland is concerned. It is not surprising the legislature declined to re
provincial board of health for the passing of more stringent measures. It
was stated by E. M. Wood, secretary
yOl the board, that this matter had
been agitated for some time and that
The   lutes'   Indestructible  Cylinder
and Double Discs Records. ! Of Application for Wharf and  Marine
Come in.      W�� will be pleased to SIIP Site on th" North Arm ��f ^
play them over for you, even if you I
do uot  buy;   for we know  if you do!
not buy now. you will later. Notice  is hereby  given  that  I   the
Our special for Monday is one that undersigned, B. Mercer, of the City of
everyone needs,   especially   now   that  \ew  Westminster,  B.  C,  Contractor,
spring cleaning has started. having applied to His Excellency the
Hat   and  Coat   hooks   at   10c   per Governor-ln-Council   tor   the   upprova'
dozen. of - certatn site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate or
the north shore of Lulu Island on tht
North Arm of the Fraser River have
deposited with the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
plans of said wharf and slip way
which I propose to construct on land
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
757, group one, New Westminster District, together with a description of
the proposed site described by metet
and bounds; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each In tbe office of
the Registrar of Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, in which
District  '-he work is proposed to    be
Every user of ibis famous bread flour has an equal ,.h.(
one of ten beautiful and cosily  109-piece dinn., Beta thai   *    *'"
ing away each month.
Remember, a coupon is placed   lu   each  49-pountl   -.-n. _��� ,
Flour leaving our mills.    Tbe duplicate coupons are placed |
coptacle, and ten are drawn each month. Tin- iuCK. mimi
" W] jl Ku
announced in this space the first  Issue of each month    Qnii,
the coupons you can and compare  them  with  the   winners u
nounced each month.    Your name may be amonr them.   Do
this ad. pass your eye each day.    it  may announce that ��u _.'
won a handsome prize. |
Full details of the contest on the back of each coupon, Print.*,!,
be shipped prepaid to any address on receipt of the duplicates of t.
coupons containing the winning numbers. ���
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR |s manufactured onl;.  .,
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd,
Vancouver, B. C.
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McM.Nt.MV &- ANDERSON       Columbia!
the New Westminster-Chilliwack Electric railway, and 1 1-2 miles from the ', .      , ,     ,     :������,..���,,���,.      ,,.-!,11.
village of Clover-ale.     Terms, casn. L^u"^,^ of Bection    7    of   th.
The liiches- bidder or anv tender not
-���������������������������������������������������������������������-nl
For
cede from the false position taken up   ,_ _��� likellhood b0me .lction wi���  be
last year, when the Federal authorities   taken a. the _m mcelingi which wlu
were called on to bear the burden of  M heM ._ the __ar futm.-
responsibility.
The labor in mines is naturally an
expensive item, but granted that the
owners, and retailers find it a very
profitable business, and there is certainly as much need for inquiry as
the provincial inquiry held recently
by Manitoba and Alberta into the alleged befe trust in its varied ramifications.
The electors will know when the
time comes "who are the friends Ctf
cheap necessities.
necessarily   accepted
particulars apply to
II. BOSE,
Secretary Surrey Agricultural Asso
elation, Surrey Centre, B. C.
'Navigable   Waters   Protection   Act,
fl1'""' r Cop. 115, it. S. C, 1906.
Dated at   New   Westminster,  B.  C
this .10th day of January, A. D  1909.
E. MERCER
CIVIC   FINANCES.
This year is apparently to b�� one
of strict civic economy, and there will
he little money spent on public   improvements during the life of tlie pres-
ent council, judging by existing indications.   The limit of borrowing power
will  soon  be  reached,  and  whatever
further sums the city needs  for improvement   of  an   exceptional   nmure
must be raised by loan.
We think the city ha.-, reached the
parting of  the   ways,    v.Inn     money
must be forthcoming lor tne develop-
ni.iiis our successors ������ dl luherit, and
if We>  outain the ,,.���... i i, why should
the) not ue called uyvii to paj In tne
���v.,. of .....i.'si, .um . .iiiv.iig iund? .i
i       c_......c   m.-ah.....a,.i...   .u   .ina  > la.
clrutss io dtci'y n... i ...al extravagance," a..d .a uiv we woulu not lv
to see  lhe   i, > s'ii.iu-.ii-r council  tollOn
ihe example of so.no of  tne  middle
western wtieg .u uie in-t uecade, wi
cannot uui urge that Improvements are!
the    best    investment    tor posterity.
If money iaid down tn streets a.id sid.--;
walks cannot appear as assets In the
'balance sheet they yet mean the difference ueiweeu attracting and repulsing new  residents,    A city of  12,DUO,
would ue bo long growing ny natural
causes that  accretions of population]
in   tie   i reseni   generation  arc  jibso-.
lutely   essential.
With Columbia street in its present
condition, no proper arrangement for
_fte destruction of refuse, and many
other matters demanding attention is
the council wise in culling down their
estimates? Economy is a splendid
theory, and has won a good many
elections, but it does not build up ��
town.
Around us cities lire spending large
sums of money advertising themselves,
ti-id in their own -streets larger ap-
priations to make them attractive to
visitors, while there is to be no money
forthcoming here.
in our lines of men's shoes we show every style leather a d last known to the
best makers of men's shoes.     Every pair
baa the At, the wear and the style that contributes to a good shoe and a pleased customer,
every man in town to make it his particular business to see our handsome spring shoes.
| Spring
I Shoe
1 Styles
i For Men
I
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1
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WATCH REPAIRS.
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* Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? Ifl
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEHJ
ACCURATE TIME.
The Jeweler!
J W. C. CHAMBERLIN
COLUMBIA   STR.-.-T.     NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton  Watch  Movei
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_ _.     t^e   WARDRQBE
PHILLIPS,
CLOTHIER
EXTENSIVE DISPLAY OF
CHOICE
SPRING FOOTWEAI
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPRING
Our stock of .Men's Negligee aud    Stiff-Bosom    Shirts,   complete i��
ev.ry way, comprising all the popular shades of Green, Qrey, f"1*1!
Brown, light and dark Blue, with   fancy  overcheck or stripe.   MW
have small spot or neat floral design.    They ar.- madi from tine wi-1
brie and French Zephyr cloth, the good washing kind.  ourr'|W|
are
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
Nobby Hats for Spring.
You will find h.ie a large and Well selected stock ol ���    ���   ;   ""'" )
all   the latest   styles  and  shavs  in Soft and  Hard  Hats    Ik _\
ing shades of Green, Light F  .vn   and   Ore    an
have all the best English and   American  makes at pric
most shrewd buyer.
���
to Ml�� "I
$^.50 to $6 0(
i
For Ladies
PHILLIPS,
THE
���,'ARDROBL
OTHIER
209-211 COLUMBIA ST.
We want every woman to know about the excellence und goodness of our new spring shoes. When the
woman conies here tor shoes we offer her no guesswork styles, but the best woman shoes that the country produces.      OCR SPECIALTY, women's $2.50 to $3.50 fine shoes,  Patent leathers, e'c.
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New We-tnrrinster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B
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NOTICE. said A. Ja ���''   an
��� all claims againsl the ��
Notice    is hereby    given  that  the  are  to he I " '"'"
partnership  heretofore  subsisting   be-   lames and ���'   NI"(
tween A. Hardman, A. James aid J.   same will be Bettlei
MeClugan,   carrying    on  business  as       Dated at   >
hardware  merchants:  in    the  e.ty  of   this 4th daj
New Westminster, in the Province Of
British Columbia,  under the style of
Hardman and Co., has been d.ssolved
by mutual consent as of the third day .
of March 1909.     Tbe business hereto .
fore  carried on  by   the  said firm of
I Hardman & Co., will now be carried i
on by the said A. James, and J. MeClugan, and  all   debts owing   to  the
isald partnership are to be paid to the
ii P11-'
,   iM I
v.!.*��l
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Witness:    W
,i* March. ���'-���
aThardman
A. JAMBS
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II. BRA<
IT  HAYS TO A
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THE       D A I t- Y
Westminster's Ho""
rtis��
p,pff- MONDAY.
MARCH 8,  1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PACC FIVE
SPECIAL DISPLA Y OF
New Silks and Satins
nire<.tolri  Satins, all new shades, soft finished,   suitable for waists
tt0 dresses, at per yard - ' 75c
nllette silk' in aU new at' y       75c
TaroaHne and Geisha Silks, in all shades, at, yard 50c
Our Suits and Coats
Hare two distinct qualities of Superiority. One is tbe beauty of line
and proportion which comes through the hand of a master designer;
t_c other 'he character of labor spent upon them. Both are instantly fllscernable In appearance of the garment���both add to Its beauty
'City News?
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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS. GO TO THE
Big    Furniture   Store
The  Albion tug,  of  Victoria,  came
into  port yesterday.
Fales
lars.
for  furniture,     and
save  dol-
������
Capt. h. t. Hughes, of the militia
department, Victoria, was a visitor to
the city on Saturday.
When ordering oranges see that the
Rose  &  Camillla    wrappers   are on
them. ���"���
Mr. Lester, of Third avenue, is suffering from a sprained anklo, the re-|
Ii is reported that the German
barqui Shu lek has been chartered to
load lumber at Millslde for western
coast points of South America, bin
the rumor al present is unconfirmed.
The quarterly rally of the B. Y. P.
U. societies of Vancouver and New
Westminster will be held this evening
at the olivet Baptist church here.
Several special cars have been chartered to bring over the Vancouver contingent.
Nothing SPECIAL but VALUE is our.,. Prices lowest. Largest stock lu
the city to choose from. House furnishings of all kinds and a _ood firm,
to say they are the best. Look m; it will pay you. See prices on Linoleum- and Carpets today.
W. E. FALES
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
Hav.
suit of a fall sustained on  Saturday sages?
afternoon. street.
you tried Runacre's noted sau-
A trial solicited.      .16 Sixth
0*0404C^O*0400*0*0*0*.*^0*0
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
and wear.
Add to this the fact that all suits sold in this store have
iteed quality and you will readily Bee how this department has
wn (0 ;t, one of the most popular in   ihe district.
Suits in Plain, Self-Colored Cloth
Such is Broadcloth, Amazon, Prunella, Panama, e'c.     All the acme
of modernity.      Prices    $15.00 to $42.00
Stylish Modes in Two-Tone Effects
A man named Krntst Steers will: The Presbyterian churcb at Eburne
come up today on a charge of assault-j nas extended a call to the Rev. J. H.
ing a Chinaman in what Is alleged toi White, of Ladner, by an' unanimous
bo a brutal manner. vote-     Thp cal- wl11 bt* considered at
a meeting  of  the   Presbytery   to   be
Fales fine building on Agnes street heh, tonlght at v.*f.stminster church,
is th..- best adapted furniture house in j s-uth Vancouver. Mr. White is a
liritish  Columbia. **   {orc���ful Rpeake_ and energetic pastor.
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., A HOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
Ask your grocer for Rose & Cam!
Iia brand of naval oranges.
** I <
Another shipment has just arrived  of
Reproductions from New York   model--.
directoire sleeve are much iu evidence.
tabac, navy and green.     Prices	
itylish  two-ton,.-   effect  suits.
The hipless coat and long
Colors���Taupe,   wistwara,
 $20.00, $25.00 and $35.00
ANOTHER  BIG  SHIPMENT OF
Madras and
Curtain Muslins
VV. have just unpacked a direct importation of Taseelled and Fancy
Madras Muslins���some very pretty sash doer muslins in novel
effects, pretty Knglish chintz and liberty muslins���thus making our
stock of house  furnishings  very complete.
Sash Door Muslins, 32 in. wide per yard 10c, 12[/2c, 20c
Madras Muslins, per yard 30c 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c
T'I Chintz, ln quite a big variety, per yard 25c
Cretonnes! Cretonnes!!      over co different  patterns	
       12'/2c, 15c, 20c and 25c
Li     ty, Art and Gobelin Muslins,   in   broad  array  of   patterns and
Prices per yard     8c, 10c, ^2V^c, 15c and 20c
Tapestries, Persian Stripes
and Oriental Draperies
Wi    n   Bhowing an unique array of Tapestries, Bagdad, Stripes and
0     ..il drapery, at 50c,  60c  and  75c.
Rev.  Professor Hethrrington, president of the Westminster district of the
Epworth league, will address the central league this evening at the weekly;
fleeting. |
Arrangements  have   beea  made for
tbe annual    meeting of   the Civilian
Rifle association to be hold on Tues-|
day week.     Aa increase in the mem-| ^ |,
bers is looked for.
All   newcomerB  to the  citv call   at
Rose & Camillla    oranges    are the
linest grown in California. **
The Beatrice, the G. N. It. transfer
tug recently sold to the Jordan River
Lumber Co., has put into Victoria for
repairs, having had her side smashed
In by some piles moving out of place,
coming into violent collision with the
Pales and
ture  and
|
An   Irish  concert   will   le   held  in|PriC(>s-
Princess hall,  Sapperton, on  Monday-
next, under the auspices of the Knox
church   ladies'   aid.      A  large   attendance  is expected.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
)*o*o*o*o*oo*o*o*o*k>"��o*o
�����������
see their fine stock .if furni-
uote    the    bona    fide  low
i
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work. tele] hone
Davies' Greenhouse. BH'JS. ������
The well known advertising man, C,
N. Cnudsen. of Chicago, who has written many stories of the road for Amer-
Chief of    Police  Mcintosh  left  on
Saiunlay evening on the Owl train for
a   town   in  Nevada  to  bring back  al
man   charged   with   obtaining   money
by false pretences from a resident of i
the city.      Detective  Bradshaw is in
charge    during   his    absence, as thej
chief will be away four or five days.
A good appearance is au invaluable
asset,  not a luxury,  but a necessity,
ican neriodicals, is a guest at the Rus-  Ring up B2TS and let us renovate your
sell hotel.     He is hereon business for clothes.      Royal City Dye Works     **
the firm in which he is interested. .   :
A meeting of the City Council will
J. A. L. Waddell. of the engineer-, be held tonight at which the civic
ing firm of Waddell and Harrington,'estimates will come up and the ap-
was Un the city on Saturday. Mr. poiatment of engineer be confirmed.
Waddell is superintending the work Tnere are also a large number of
on the new Lulu island bridge on be- other matters calling for attcntio'i, In-
half of the city. i eluding   the  letting  of contracts   for
IS   ' street numbering in accordance with
Rev. Dr. Taylor  will give the first .
tenders already in.
i of   two   lectures   on   Scotland   in   St.
i Stephen's church tonight. The lee-1 Guarantee with every purchase
ture w-ill be under the auspices of the at Fales' largest furniture store in
Zephta and the subject will be "Scot-, city and district. *"
land In the Days of Her Reformation."'
I     The provincial authorities will have
Hose & Camillla naval oranges are ( lQ r-sum,ct the old chargt, o[ forgery
sold   by all  trst-class  grocers. **, against Convict   Clark   to  secure   his
An application has been posted w.th' rcturn  t0  British  Columbia,  as  there
I the  water commissioner for a recdrd   is  no    provisions    in the  extradition
of   live   Inches   from   an    unnamed   ,reat->' between Canada and the United
stream   emptying   into   Hurrard   inlet,   Statl's  f��r    bringing    prisoners  back
��� ���
Order Your
������
Bran,
Shorts,       Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,       Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED,
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.
LTD.
O.   Drawer 100.
Phone 97
When vou want
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For Post Card Collectors
WT OPENED��� 2000 large range,  beautifully   colored   views   of
Towers, Amphitheatres,   Cities,   Classic   Rome,   Venice.
!'���'. Naples, Napoli, Pompeii, Sorrento, Taormlna, Capri, Dre>-
J. J. MacKay & Co. jj
\   Booksellers Stationers News Dealers   $
by the Northern Pacific Lumber company. The company needs t.e water
for domestic and mechanical purposes.
One of the most delightful entertaln-
I ments ever    given  in  the district of
| Central Park and Collingwood was th,.
j recital    rendered    by  the    Methodist
church choir of Collingwood Last, on
Friday  evening.      Among  those  who
i assisted were Miss Eva McCrossen, so-
: loist, of Vancouver; Miss Myrtle Trail,
' elocutionist; Miss E. O. Thompson, of
Westminster, accompanist.   The choir
consisted of about  thirty voices, and
was under the leadership of D. J. A.
Jones.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie,
milliners, of 261 Columbia street, are
holding their first Spring opening on
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week. The latest fashions and styles
from Paris, New York and Portland
will be on view and ior sale. All ladles of New Westminster city a-d district cordially Invited to attend.     *���"
charged merely with breaking jail.
The case Is in the hands of the
attorney-general's department for action.
For table
decoration? and
weddlni
bouquet    -
specialty   King
up    Tidy
the Fb-is
l<al
����
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 ;"or_$c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 2.">c hot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
ADVERTISE
Adams & Deans
THE   NEWS
MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
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Electric Railway Service
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car i
'nterurban  Line.
'"���  Vancouver  and
will   run  every
6:60  a. ni.
hoUl   from
way
hair
Last
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute-
after, commencing at 6:20 a.
in
at 11
p.  m.
1
twenty
:' leaves Vancouver al
p.m.
'- ��� iii-   d.-pot   every
""Mttoa   for  both  Sap.
1 ' ' >' limits over the
Sapperton   Line:   Cur-'   leave
at.  ten  minutes after 'he  li
h If past and fifty minutes
the hour, commencing
a. in.
tfter
at  6:30
Sunday service half-hourly b'
tween 8:80 a. in. and 11. ''  '"���
ijlish Columbia Electric Ry. Co.. Lid I
We Ha
ve
AL.
TO .El'
REQU^' ES
of ti.��
T. A
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PREs
OR
Ellar.l Blot
R
a-tni.nster
Everyone knows now hard it is to do it sometimes, out by buying
vl*.at  you   require   at  the   lowest possible rates yoj can do it.
I will help you In I material way if you place your fire and other
Insurance with me as I can give you the lowest rates in the city.
Wh ther it ig your stock, your buddings, your home, your furniture or
your life tti.it you wish to insure, I w I guarantee to place it for you at a
lower premium than others charge.
I  write all  k ndt cf  insurance in   ind   place   it   in   Canadian   companies
cn y, to that  the c����t  is not only  iess  but your money  is helping to build
up   home   institution* instead  of  goin i to swell  the  wealth  o' foreign co*-
r i.on*.
AM  I  ask   is that you give me the chance to quote you a pate and I am
I   vou   will   be  convinced.
\ UF
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THE BAlLY  NEWS.
M0W��AY, MARCH
McBride Proposes to Grant
Timber Leases in Perpetuity
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
m    i
in spite of the official assurances, lumber section, and even prophesy
that bave been given prominent lum- that it will eventually deliver the vast
bermen to the contrary, says Satur- Umber wealth of Uritish Columbia today's  Vancouver   World,  this  session'**   the   absollUe   tontro1   "r    th��   bi��
I American interests.
"I  the provincial  house will see the,
WHI Deplete Forests in B. C.
it-peal of tbe twenty-one-year Umber
i. J bat ibe Interests of the oisraniza-
limits lease and  ihe substiUition of a   ,in,,   .,,.,,  __,  ���������fi_   . . .     ���    ,a
iion  are  not  confined    to Canada  Is
clause in the act which will make .shown ])y traclng batk ,he leadill(,
leases perpetual. The session will ���' strings to a well known lumber firm
end  next   week,   but   not  before  this   '���>  Minneapolis,  who    have been the
/.rime movers In the fight to remov
 ���
Dominion to the United States. These
demand, the first made by a new com-. -  -  ���  	
bftation of    lumber  interests,  iftMff^^ on njugh lumber from th
has the American eagle with elongai
ed claws lor its official seal, has been
grunted.
With, a fund which has been estimated by oii�� of its members to
amount  to  nearly  $250,000 and  with
a lobbj  balance in proportion, agents - ���   ���.
of this combination of.-mountain and j wilh  the logs ^"vered cheaper to
lllr.   mil!     n.i.I   ..lil.    \..l.a.:..   1..1     .la...
same interests ure large holders of
limits on the American side. \\ lien
Uie tariff is removed it is planned to
swamp the Pacific coast with the British Columbia product of the mills
controlled  here by American  capital.
American lumber interests have ben
quietly and discreetly working' to gain'
their  end   at   Victoria.      They   have I
won a complete victory for, by a judi-i
cioas disclosure of their band at the!
proper  time.,  ihey   not   only  showed
iheir organlzaton to be a power paramount in their own business, but also
a  political -tower which will be able
to swing the upper country vote, split
it or concentrate it as they desire, _'
the next provincial election.
Causes Split in Government. .j
When the subject of the perpetual
base was first mooted to the government the attitude of Premier McBrlde
gave little promise of any legislation
in that direction this session. Several
- government members had pledged
their iriends-that su'en an amendment
would not pass, and Premier -Mc-
.Hrid'e's chAnge of attitude has brought
lilm into direct conflict with his own
party aud even two members of bis
1
own cabinet ar.- opposed to the grant-
iihVilf th.- perpetual leases. The lal-
iler see tbat it is but ihe first step in
n direction :hat will deliver the province into Uie'V-hnnds  of ,-*<1 'P��w*''',s,1l
the mill, and wiih Asiatic labor, they
will   be  able  to  complete]}   underbid
the few   independent mills across the
border.      On  the  plea of conserving
American   forests   ihey  have   pointed
out to American legislators that, with
I the British Columbia limits depleted,
the value of the standing timber in
Washington and Oregon  will be doubled, and this view has been the main
argument behind the fight for the removal of the duty.
SEPAHAT10N OF ICELAND
AND DENMARK IMMINENT
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice, that llarri. i Kurd, of
Pin Meadows, B. C, occupation married lady, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
.-cribed lands: Commencing at ,a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
JO.ii. thence wesi :'" chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 18 chains
ijiore or less to Agamenmon Channel,
thence northerly along the shore to
tha.point of commencement, containing I'.O acres more or less.
HARRIET FORD. I
.\I. L. GORDON, Agient,
Tenders for Shops East of Winnipeg.
Si lied tenders addressed to the un-
dersigned and marked ou the envelope
"Tender for Shops," will be received
at the Office of The Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon, of the 10th
day of March, 1909, ror the construction and erection complete, in aeeord-
aniv wiih the plans and specifications
of the Commissioners of shops east
of Winnipeg.
Plans, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Air. Hugh
1). I.umsden, chief engineer, Ottawa,
Ont., and MV. S. R, Poulln, district
engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
Pei*sona tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made <>n the printed forms supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to Mr. Hugh D.
Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
Paula of the Dominion of Canada payable io the order of the Commissioners
of the Transcontinental Railway for
the sum of one htrndred thousand dollars  (JlOO.ni.iii).
The cheque deposited by the   part
who-., tender is accepted will be di
j posited to the credit of the Receive
I General of Canada as security for th
due and  faithful  performance of    the
contract     according    to    its     terms.
Cheques deposited  by    parlies    whose
tenders are rejected  will be returned
within ten days  after the sinning of
the contract.
The right is reserved io reject  any;
or all tenders.
By order,
P. K. RYAN,
Secretar   '
The Commissioners of the Transco   j
tinental Railway.
Dated nt Ottawa. 30th January, 190.,.'
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Newspapers inserting this advertisement 'without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid for it.
A  CANADIAN   SSfc
yfl   PACIFIC   ^pr*
RAILWAY COMPANY
Comuiencing January 1st traiu for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train   for Agassiz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oenl. Pass.  Agt.. Vanoonvor.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND   GENTS' TAILORS
1
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Synapsis of Caiwiim
  Begul&uons,
_^ _    i. AL>' aVaUabIe Simons
New Spring Goodstes_i
' ��'h0 19 the sou. ilead   ,
any male ovet
JUST   ARRIVED.
.       ���M.liir.ii,
lbla,maybeh,i;i;V;,;J'Ii,'ll^t;ol^
who la ��,�� ���..,    .    '^a-yp^
18 v ^ tl""ilI'' Cl
Exactly   the   material you   want   for | extent of one.qu&rter seiti"'10^
suits made to order.    Perfect lit guar- ��cr68, more or :, ' ��D UI l|
anteed. Ent..y  muat De       ,
i tMlocar land office ft th0tt8i,��
MEE CHUNG rhichtheh"" i^��
���   ���������������    >�������   "^���'���  ^^-J"   proxy may, how,-., r i "^8
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
.Proxy may, howev.., be _...
i tain conditions t.vU(.Znts''
��on, daughter, ^ ^     ^
. Intending homesteader. "'' "
The homesteader is
form ths conditlr
: Granite ware :
.lust arrivedi���Full and complete stock Graniteware, In all the very
*>��� west designs, and at the lowest  possible  prices.    Call   in and   In-
Bpeel our stock;  no trouble to "how same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
1 plans:
(1)    A
"WN to to
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j   JAMES & McCLUGAN
��������� Sole Agents
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
A.   JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN. ^^
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It
At least six montn
iuponandcui,iv_.ll)Ilor     r;c����
each year fur t_ree yearn        *
Ji)   "the father (or mother, i,_
father Is decease!)    ���.  the   ''Hf
Bteader resides upon ! farm i_��?
; vicinity of the land entered,*
.requirements as to residenceau_
S.aUslled by such person r,3ldi5t;;
the father or mother.
(3)    If the sei Her has his pera*
ent residence upon fuming i1M
ed l>y him in the vicinity of his how
stead, the requirements  as to r��_u L
dence may be satisfied by  r,si.Lf(|
upon the said land.
Six months' notice In writing jt
\   4 I he given to the Comniis_iouer ���- ^
^ Jiinlon Lands at Ottawa of IntenUmi
��� - apply for patent.
I      COAL.���Coal mining rights may U
'leased for a period of twenty^ m
.at  an  annual rental of {��� ...'.,
:N'ot   more   than .560 acres
J leased to one Individual or eonipMg
. A royalty at the rate of five cents A
ton shall he collected on   the mi-
chantable roal mined.
W, W. C0HT,
Deputy of the Mlnl.ter of 'he interior;
Relations Crcatly  Strained  During the
Past Few Years���Now   Rupture
i Appears to Be at Hand.
THE   NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
Statement  of the  Resul
t   of  the Business  of the   Bank   For
31st    December.    1908.
the  Year  Ended:
THE HOME        P A P E RI
Is   the  Paper That  Prints '.'���
the     Home     \* ���������-,���
The     Daily    News '
10c  a   Wee
of Profit and Loss Account on the 'list De
ri la-
iave
Ice.
llUi'l
.!
*      Coponhaceu.    .March"   7 ���  Tin
*r?iiins  or  Ic.iand   wiiii   IM-l-Wk
-���-.-cenlly  cecome preatly ������?!rained
tend for ions has had home rule
during The ffasi few years has obtained  all  iv--:'d'   liberties    -rata  Denmark, bu: the majority of the Icelandic
parliament  favors the dissolution  ol
all  coveiin.i-ntal  ties  with Deiiniar
let land's Minis-., t-  of    Home  Affairs,
ilerr Haffstein. wh.. supports the policy of a good understanding between
tin.two eouutri.-s.  has  been  forced   to
resign.
Hen BJorn Johnnson lias been, noni-
'   *iiiaF<vi   to   succeed   him.     and   he jjs
, e��ironfl\  hostile to Denmark,    lf his
���candidature prevails it  will  be taken
in  Denmark  as a serious affront.
I
llli   Balance al I ������ ^^^^^^^^
cember, 190", was 	
\.; Profits for the year ending 31si December,    190S,
including balance of Crown Hunk of Canada Profit
���.:������: Loss Account, after deducting   expenses   of
i.. i';i_"ineut, payment ol   taxes, and  making nee-
ssary provision for interest due   to depositors,
and for bad and doubtful debts,,
J'i.'liiiuni received on stock payment
.$ 82,b41
$130,32. 15
2,261  Tl
Appropriated as follows:���
Dividend .\o. 3, 2 1-2 p. c. paid 2nd. July,   190S.   .
Dividend Mo. I, 2 1-2 p.c., payable 2nd. Jan.,   1900
31,339 ������'.:���
51-959 40
$132
$2ir>,127 C.:
$ 86,298
;   Balance carried forward al credit of Profit   and   Loss
Account  	
GENERAL STATEMENT.
31st December,   1908.
LIABILITIES,
Ironworkers' Wages Reduced.
Heading, Pa.. March 7.���Fl C.
Sminck, president of the Reading Iron
-���ompany. announced a reduction in
wages in the diffcrefit departments
from 7 1-2 to 10 Uer cent. The pud-
dliiin basis -a ;'l be at the rate of $:'..7r>
per ton. The former rate was Jl.rui
a ton. Decline in ihe price of products of i'i-- ���'���in wiv _ivn re* the ri -���
son.
Russan   Students  Arrested.
Warsaw. Man li 7.���Troops todaj
broke up i n unauthorized meeting of
"00 unlversitj students, who were discussing t1:.' new . xaminatlon system.
The students had disobeyed the president's ord.'r to withdraw, whereupon
n battalion of Infantry was telephoned
for. Th. .troops arrested 111' stu-
r-ents.
Capital Stock (paid up)
Rest  	
Profit and Loss Account
,$129,128 *>���-
t2,2G1.56- Di
Unclaimed Dividends	
Half-yearly dividend payable 2nd. January
1909
.$ -O.OU'J 00
.  129.12S 88
���$17'.'. 128 SS
20;: io
. .   5. '.'59 40
N'otea of. the Hank ni circulation $1,G8.. 800 00
Deposits not bearing Interest    2,506.761 59
$   234,291 38
$2,4'i5,S60 :;::
H posits bearing ln;ire<?t     ^^^^^^^^^^^
Balances due to other Hani.- In Canada	
Balances due to other Hanks and Agents   elsewhere 'ban Canada and United   Kingdom
6,513,256 :i2
2,229 77
1.712   111
$10,711
$13,148,620 20
Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork   of Excellent Flavor
Direct from the Plant and Abattoir of
J, Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
ASSETS
BOWLING
 :.
/
The schedule lor llli- second series
of the business league has n"w In. n
��lrawn up, and i- as follows;
March   8���farocerg vs. Carpenters,
March in���'iicai Estate \s. u. <\
Mills.
March 12- Hardware vs. Qroeera.
March  1.".���Hardware vs. R, C. .Mills.
.March 17 Carpenters vs. Ileal Estate.
March  19-   Real  Estate vs. drivers.
March 22   Orocera vs,   ll.  C. Mills.
March 24��� M.vdwa-.- ys. Qarpenters
March 2C���Real Estate v��. n'dwar,-.
March M0--Carjieniers \s\ It. r.
Mills.
<'uld and  SilVi r Coin Current
��� ioverutn, in Demand Notes
.$   179,742  Hi
.. 1,283,307 7r.
70,000 00
'199,603 70
.'14,004-Sl
D"i'��-it wiih Dominion Oovernmeni required by
An ni Parliament for security ofgeneral
Haul  note Circulation   	
Dn.. by Agi u:s and other Hank.-. In Canada
Due by Agi nis and other Hanks in Great Britain
Cdie By Agent., and other Hanks elsewhere   than
in Canada and the i'nite_ Kingdom .. .. ,     219974 47
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities
Canadian Municipal fi Foreign Publl08ectiritiea
Railway and other Bonds Debentures and Stocks
Notes ni and Cheques on other Hanks.
1.418,049 i'i
165,000 00
234,198 73
842,594 14
916,413 10
Call and Shorl Date Loans in Canada    ...
cumnt Loans and Discounts and othei aaaVta"
J"-";* Premise, and Office Furniture Winnipeg and Branche].'
H..U Estate other than Hank Premises	
Ovv.-due Debts secured and unsecured
'���'1   for   	
(estimated loss provld-
2,917,818 96
140,713 97
8,204.305 :t9
353,678 03
16,480 00
43,62:: 96
Th,. Northern Crown Hank
Winnipeg ci-t December,
1908
$13,148,620 20
R. CAMPBELL.
Qeneral Manager,
ThelReichenbach Conpy
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
I MONDAY,
MARCH ��. 1909
TEE DAlL* NJEWS.
PAOE S-.YE\
The Daily News
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her household purchases accordingly. If
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The Daib News
PRISON CELLS ARE
EMPTIED BY GOMEZ
Profess
FORMER  GENERAL  SLOCUM
HAS   ANOTHER   ACCIDENT
-
N.w   Brunswick,   X    .1,    March    .
Tlie  barge    Mar>lan<i,    formerly  tbe
steamer Oen. Slocum, on which more
than   1"""   person-,  lost   their  lives  a
ssional,Criminals Given f,, year. a*, sank at soum .......
Liberty Bv Amnesty Bill >'e8tcrd0y'    Th. slocum was ;",vl"*
��� some  time after   the   disaster  in   the
���Police Disorganized. b*��i river, n>w York
Ha\     Marcti    ..    1'u     Ucnerai
Amu ; ;.... ���..... : v.i ,i ... B.crua) uj
Preside it uonu _. n \> iii ta���_ eiieci
ll;m.' ��� ��� ��� ��� .md pi-ovules tor tne release troin prison of inose persona
who were convicted of other crimes
tiiau ones of great atrocity, i'us will
result i'ii tne treeing ot many professional criuuuais, winch causes mucn
uneasiness In nava.a. 'lhe police
force iu tti s city ons oeoome largelj
disorganised by reason ol tue (Us.
cnarge on iinns,lay ot three captains,
mill ot four more cap nuns toda}', as
well .is many experienced detectives,
no mak. places, Jt is suited, tor a
i- im ���    oi political workers.
More Money for Courthouse.
Victoria. March 7.- From a state
ment of tha minister of public works
In the house it -appears that changes
have been made in the specifications
for Vancouver's new court lions* involving an additional outlay of J36,>
000.
Grand   Master of   I.  O. O.   F.
Winnipeg, Marcii 7.���.lames Duncan]
of Melita was elected grand [paster of
the  Manitoba t'rand   Lodge, I.  0.  O.
p, yesterday.
H. MOREY & CO.
always tune |tt>iiietbin| sp^ouj
In the way of BARGAINS.
.h��j Invite yon ;.. cotne in .ind
.look around. Stationery, Fane*
Goods, Toys, I'mcki"). Spoi-iin^
Goodji  ronilis, Uru-lieu, e;c .
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
J
OBITUARY. .   I
Alexander  McTavish.
i ��� funeral of the lati Vii xander
McTavish will lake place today from,
the family residence, .io: Sixth ave-
Juie west, Vancouver, io the uddfel-|
lows' cemetery, Sapperton, the funeral
being timed at . p.m. here. Mr. McTavish resided in Brandon, Man., tor
nineteen years, remaining tuere until
. six years ago, when lie moved to Vancouver,     iln- deceased, who was un-
[ married, is survived by .-even Sisters,
.Mrs.  NV.  1-enllr. (ck. Vancouver;  Miss
[ Bella Mc lavish. Mrs. A. Evans, l'ipe-l
-i.uie. Man.;  Mrs. R. T. Kva.is. Ross-
; land, and Mrs. \V. H. West, Mrs, C. VV.
Long, and Mrs. A. P. llalladay. of I Ills!
j city      A brother. Robert, who resides
| in Cando,   N. D��� also   survives Jim.
I! Rev. Dr. Wright, of Kltsllano Pres-by-
terian church, will officiate.
Harry   Duncan.
The  funeral  arrangements   for  the
| j Jute  harry    Duncan  nave    not been
fixed, until the arrival of Information
|i from relatives In Winnipeg      lie had
no fricuds resident here.
C. Malachrimo.
A  child  named  C.  Malachrimo, of
Austrian  parentage,   will   b<-   interred
today at the Sapperton cemetery Rev,
L1 A. Shlldrick ofilclatlng.
WESTMINSTER GIRLS
PLAY   FAST   HOCKEY
The Royal City high school hockey
team met a mixed city team composi il
of members of the Normal school.
High school and I'nlversiti college
ll teams on tlie P.ridgu street grounds
on Saturday. The game was an exciting one, ihi. Westminster -.��iris
making up In speed what they lacked
in weight. Moth teams were in good
form and the game was fast, ending
with a score of 1 to 0 In favor of Van-
'couvor.
The most noticeable of the team
were Miss F. Malloy and Miss Duncan, of the Normal school, while the
p'ick of the Westminster team were
Miss M. Klley and Miss Reichenbach.
G. Corhett and  H, Roger refcreecl.
C
Riot in Constantinople Court.
Consta.itiuople, March 7.���A serious
riot occurred >e..ierday in the lobuies
of the criminal court bet��een sup-
i porters and opponents of Nedjib
i Piifcha, who is on trial for ;ortur,ng
Armenian prisoners. The lobbies
wire cleared by troops with the butt
end of tnelr rifles.
ynop��i��     ol     Canaaiau     Nortn-W^si
Homestead Regulations.
Any even numbered section of lio
tuuiou lands m Manitoba, Saskatch-
���wiiii and Alberta, excepting >s and .ti.
.iot rcscr.'.-i, m.i. lie homesteaded by
my person who is the solo head of a
aniily, or any male over IS years of
ii;.-. to the extent ot one-quarter sec-
ion of ItiO acres, mure or 'ess.
Application   for   entry     .mist     ne
uade   in  person   >.i>   the   applicant   nt
*   Domininii  Lauds Agency    or    sub- .
geney  for the district  In which the!
and is situate.    Lutry by pro��y may,!
However,   be  made  at  an agency  onl
���urtain conditions by the father, moth- j
���r, son, daughter, brother or sister of
ui intending  homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to per-
'orni the homestead duties under one
if the  following plans-
(1)    At  least six  months' residence
v<iii   aud   cultivation  of  the land   in
ich  yoai   tor  three   vears.
i-i    .1  Homesteader  may,  If h�� so
���sires,   poi form   the    required    real-
i ine  duties   by   living  on    farming
mui owned   solely   bv   him,  not less
'i.in  eighty   (8(1)   acres  In extent,  In
He  vicinity of his homestead.    Joint
Miersiiip in land  will not meet this
eifuireiiienl
��� 'i'    If tbe iaiher (or mother, If th.
nliei   is deceased i  of a homesteader
is  permanent   residence on  farming
���ml  owned  solely  by  him,  not  less
.in  eighty  ((-.ni   acres  in extent,   in
.ie vicinity of the homestead, or tip-
'ii  a  homestead  entered  for by Win
n the vicinity, such homesteader may
eiioi-tii  tils own  residence, duties  by
iving with the fathnr (or mot.hei).
Mi    Tlio term "vicinity" In the two
receding  paragraphs Is defined   as
[leaning not more th-in nine miles in
direct   line, exclusive of the  width
r  road   allowances crossed    in    '.he
ueiiRiireinent.
(ai a bomesteadei intending to
lerforni his residence duties In ac
-ordance with the anove while llviniz
vith parents or on farming land own-
"1 by himself must notify the agent
H iin- district oi such Intention.
Hlx months' notice In willing mu-u
ie given lo the Commissioner of Do
nlnlon Lands at Ottawa, nf i..ten'ioii
i. apply for patent
\\\ W. ronv.
Deputy nf the MlnlRter of th" Interior
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARK  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR,"  Columbia    .treet
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iTlee Thoue 18b.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   dellvereu    promnti.v    to
any  part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
. >.
Take notire that IV .1 MeQUnl*: le, oC
N,-w West minster, B. C, oCpirpaUou,
electric railway manager, lu'ends to
apply for permission to purobftsi tho
following described lands In tbe district of New Westnuii-ter;
Coumienc'-is tU a post planted at.
tbe ���'��� '.Uhwe.t corner 6! lot litW,
thence e.nst to northwest coiner of lot
1862, thence south to southwest corner
of lot P'.iV, thence southerly, westerly
anil liorhcrly to point of commence-
menl, containing 100 acres, more or
less.
DANIKL .101IN McQUARRIK.
Per JOHN F. LIACKIS.
Agent.
Dated  December  lUth. 100S.
 .-.  ..    i        ... i ���������    -.._     n ��� _������.��
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of  Sayward.
Take notice that 1, ('. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at  a post  planted  ot*
the north shore of south'Twin island."
thence   following   the  shore    easterly,
southerly,    westerly,      northerly     and
easterly  hack  to point of    commence,
ment, taking In the wliole'Island containing 200 acres piore or less.
C  W. PRESTON.
"-.Dated Fell. ind. ISO.
1
(IUMMII.
Spokane Doctors Go Dry.
Spokane,    March     7.���The  Spokane
County Medical society, by unanimous
vote, has amended Us constitution by
eliminating liquors rrom the society's
annua] banquet or other soolal gatherings. Heretofore the meetings have
been d< cidedly "wet."
Record  Snowfall in  Italy.
Rome, March i.   a record snowfall
I Is   reported   In   Northern   Italy.       The
snow in many places Is lying hIx feet
deep.    \n avalanche a'  Prodlt over-
I whelmed    fourteen   person**.       Many
other deaths are reported in tho Hal-
Ian Alps.
W.  C.  T.  U.  Memorializes  Mrs.  Taft.
Spokane,   March    7.���Mrs.   William
���Fjiward Taft  Is  to   -e asked  not  to'
servo wlneH or other alconollc liquors |
during  her  term   as   mistress   of   the
White House In a petition being drawn!
I up hy the Spokane Woman's Christian
j Temperance Union.
DHsastrous   Avalanche.
Rome.  March 7���News    has    been
received here that an avalanche ban!
dcsti-o.vcrt ;l house in the village of
Prada, Province of  lielluno,  Vanetia,
killing 15 persons. i
SenUta Approval
To Ri:si-on*si ni.H Pf.opi.ij   �� w"
Laughlin ��
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
CAe InK Pencil
Vour Choice of
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Two
Popular
Article!
lor only
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paid
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aVISI'    .'.I'     St    I   KISS.
Illutlrillunt ire Enaol Sun
Hvrry pr-n i-iini.iiiti ..l
full UKt. Solid Gold-Cut
en i.kI.I hand umy be kail
in rmn i ..ui Ktnii-unl
black i>|-ni|ue pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai
nil, a. .i.-iml, either in'
plain or engraved linis'i
as preferred.
Y.<n I'm Irylhiipon ��� wttk, I
If ytau do not And II -��� ropnMnU.I, I
. I ti i .'ti- Ir limit ynu nn .��� I
ftiro for TKI.KI TIHM THll ai I.,. I I
iKirt Ik .>!> i-tlifr rn.!., II li,.11
.iitii.l)   ..ti-ln. l-.ry In anry i-  I
,    ipa-l-l        11.   II -Ild Wf.   Will   Mill I
]    ; ��Vl. (all  il.
Ct-TO�� i ii' i�� our f*iii.-.i, in-1 !
| porul-r Rio aim Ink re-cl),  i.l
I  (...oii-l-..- '''*���- Proof Iri'imlih. Imy I
I u r��ineil   *'-   any   |.oaitiun   H.I
I pock'l or ihopplni l��'. airt,,. Ml
I ���!')    *' -:" ���* Brit 1 .ucb,   I'l.ll-
��� i-.ti    (iprlam   food.   Milium
j 1 11... Ull.ho.l . lUfAllI ..-I  mVl-rr I
mi, fain, ctlo   ..'.Vi     Hctfl ' f
ornry**'.*"*  lor ai'....      Atf..nH
wii.-d.. WltU for tornis,   Wrllo .
, no., "loll jrou forgot"    Mln.,, I
I * Laughlin Mfg. Co.S
���25    Majlillo ���!**..,..
Detroit. Mlek
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT. '908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
Lvcry assignment of the right ot -
south African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant, must be by way of ap-
polniin. in Of a Kiihsiliute and must be
n Ilie form  provld" I  by rfte Act.
Special  attention  is  culled  to  Stjb-
apctipn :i of Section ���"' of tho Volunteer
BOlinty Act. !��<����, which prnvules that
no -Silgnment of 'he right or a vol-
inteer bv the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by  the   Department    of   the   Interior
I which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
'grant issued by the Mlnt-t-r of Ullitl-
1 and Defence In favor of the volunteer
J. W. GRKENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottnwa.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
1,irfcn iinS^^i_3'
Empress of Britain       ..Feb. _Ji
Empress of Ireland March 12
Empress of Britain    Mfcrch 26
When sending for friends In the old
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Enstbdund Empree? sails from St.
John Feb. 12 and 26. Call for' particulars.
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THE  bAIL? HKWS.
MOND-y
MABCH|
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  ���
Once Morei
X
we wish to bring before the t
public of New..Westminster X
these unsurpassed bargains. J
Just glance over the follow- ���
ing prices and see how much ���
you might save by CASH;*
BUYING. if
I
I Kant - Klog f
SPRAYER
Raymond Hour, per barrel . ..
Raymond Flour, per sack ... .
1"" lbs. 11. C. Granulated Sugar
20 ib. sack Granulated Sugar  .
. ��6,251X
.11.65 I
$5.75^
$1.15 '
lb. tin CoWeu West Baking Powderl
for 85c I
Simple and strong. Made of
brass and galvanized iron.
This is the Sprayer we sold last
year, and it gave good satisfaction.
tin Golden West Baking
for
Powder
....20c
3  iin-. of  fresh   Herring for    25c
" bottles of Pickles for ,'iOc
0 tins of tlie very best Salmon for 25c
3 lb, sick of the choicest Japan Rice
for 15c
8 packages of Force for 25c
3 packages of Poultry Food 25c,
1 bottle of  Red Cabbage only   ...25c
1  tin  of Cambridge Wafers tor   ..25c,
3 lb. Ui.\es of first-class Tea for. .$1.00
Victoria Cross Tea only, per lb...40cj
1 1... tin Robert-on Marmalade for S5e
4 lb. tin Robertson Marmalade for 50c
2 lb. tin Robertson .Marmalade for 2,"e
Robertson Jam in jars only, each 20c
drinking    Chocolat
t Anderson & Lusby |
1 COLUMBIA STREET. ���
Fair Piano Players
LABOR UNIONS FEAR
TROUBLE AFTER MAY!
Employes   in   Various     Lines  of   Business  Think Bosses   Will   Try
Open  Shop   Policy.
Chicago, .March 7.���Impending labor '.roubles us a consequence of the
expiration of contracts between enit
plovers and unions on May 1, give t.i<_
industrial situation a pessimistic out-
!a,ok. On that date the carpenters,
woodworkers and other large organizations will be confronted with an
���'open'' shop unless the employers re-1
verse  their  present proposition.
At a meeting of the Chicago Federation of Labor today the charge will
be made that the National Employers'
association plan a concerted assu.t on
labor's integrity and are organizing
employers In every large city to join a
general refusal to submit io the terms
of the unions for renewal of the contracts. A prominent officer of the
Carpenters' union will say that the
contractors and builders intend to try
to force the men to accept an open
Sfaop. Tlie motive is said to be disruption of the union which has long!
ben one of the strongest in the country.
At the same time the labor leaders!
declare the steel trust, harvester trust, j
ship building association and other big
employers will refuse new contracts
and will declare for an open shop.
This forecast includes a refusal by the
coal mine operators to renew tlie annual scale.
ICatinc
lb. .
per
.:10c
3 tins of nice .Heed Pineapple for 25r
:: lbs, of the best Raisin.-- for ..25c
Finnan   Haddie only,  per lb 10c
TU.- very best  Worcestershire
only per bottle	
fThis sanro Ig equal  io any
s-au, ���   on :he market today.
who are really fair in their judgments
and criticisms bestow the highest
praise upon our pianos on account of
their excellent tone and touch. We
are showing some splendid new instru-
in nts by the best maker?. At the
prleei we ask :1v-. are veritable bar-
v.'.*,iiir'. Ir yon will do us he favor to
| call yon will fin! that you have really
Sauce, j favored ���'ourself. We make a -pe-
ci-'.i*'  of repairing and  tunini..
10c |
ther
Australian  Canned  Rabbit, only,  per
 ^^i^^^^H__^___r
5EWINQ  MACHINES AND  TALKING
MACHINES,
INDUSTRIAL WORKERS FIGHT |j
STREET  SPEAKING   EMBARGO
I Spokane, March 7���Following the
sentence in the police court yesterday
of six members of the industrial workers of the world to $100 fine and thirty days on the rockpil. for violating
the street speaking ordinance, a big
crowd of sympathizers gathered on
Stevens street, near the City Hall, yesterday afternoon and an endeavor was
made to hold a meeting. Six men were
arrested by the police and :he mob
was dispersed. The union declares!
that it will pui women and children
on the streets now to "peak and will
defy the authorities to arrest them.
w
!5CJJ,H, Todd's Biq Music House
large tin1-- of Condensed Cream, 25c I
COLUMBIA   -TREET.
cans of Beets for 23c
1  ran  Corn
1 can Pi as
10c
,10c
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES!
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
1 GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
i' Successors to T.  Mowbrey
Electric Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty. Phone 331. P. O. Dox 928.
Note the change of business "-remises. We move today into the Bank of
Commerce Block.
TRIAL AT ASYLUM.
Magistrate Will Try Assault Case at
Provincial Institution.
Two of the witnesses in the trial of
VV. Morris, charged with assaulting a
patient tu ihe provincial asylum, being in an unfit condition to attend Ue
police court sitting at the City Hall,
it has been decided to hold the adjourned tliai ar the asylum this morning, when the witnesses will he examined. W. <!. McQuarrie is prosecuting, H. L. Kdmonds appears for
Dr. Doberty, medical superintendent,
and the accused is defended by G. K.
Martin.
CASTRO AND  WIFE  ARE
WITHOUT A COUNTRY
House of Quality
Talk of
the Town
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
?23   F--ont   St.,   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.   ;
-hould be consulted if you want toi
ni' furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock Implement auction held j
every Friday morning on Westminster
M"kei; and .very Saturday morning
-���ii Vancouver market,
Fn-;.' splendid incubators very cheap.
'Mine young fresh cows, $30, $50
on:-  ������.���'th calf, $70.
Paris, March 7.���Senor Jose Paul,
the Venezuelan envoy to Europe, has
left here for Berlin. He is authority
for the statement that President Gomez has forbidden both Clpriano Cairo and his wife to enter Venezuela.
He Is of the opinion that Castro will
proceed from Europe to Nicaragua to
consult with President Zelaya, of that
country, hoping to get Into touch with
his partisans in Venezuela from Nicaragua.
SIXTEEN   FAMILIES  IN
SIXTEEN   ROOMS
THE NORTHWAY CLOTHING HAS
A REPUTATION UNSURPASSED AS
TO THE QUALITY, AND STYLE;!
ALWAYS CORRECT. LET US TRY
ONE OF OUR SUITS ON YOU. THAT
YOU   MAY   BE CONVINCED.
Winnipeg. March 7.���The health departmenl are having a slrenuous tinif
preventlng foreigners from overcrowd*
Ing in nave expenses during the winter. Ther have just discovered a
bouse, consisting of sixteen rooms, in
which each room had a family and live
or six boarders, although then- was
scarcely room enough for the family
alone. This hils now been altered.
Overcrowding is worst between October und January and between March
and May.
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+��++++++++��w+#��+0,^
Westminster Can
Not Stand Still
in 1909, when all eyes are nn lie. development of the Pacific
Slope. There is something doing everywhere, and live happenings
rlghl here in Westminster. We mve a number of good buys
which will make you money before the season Ih over. Drop
Into ibis office today and'talk it over.
272 Columbia Street.
���
���
:
���
  ���
���
���
���
-!�����F.J.Hart&Co.L-d.
New Westminster, B. C,
CHILLIWACK
Goods of th
Best Qualities
KEEP POURING INTO THE STORE,
The new goods which find their way into this store
are selected with a view towards having the best that
we can for the money. This store's reputation for
high quality goods will not suffer by our purchases
for this Spring's business. We have never had a
larger selection or better values to offer. You are at
perfect  liberty to investigate the  many offerings
throughout the store.
����������������������������������� ��� ��� > ��������������������� ������������������������������������+++H1
Another Lot of
Ladies' Spring
Costumes
JUST RECEIVED
L'u New Suits received by express. Among h-s.- ure some
of the nicest Suiis which we
have seen for some time, La<:
week we plae.-d on -ale a rang.
of Cashmeres at $ir..7.'., which
proved a c:-eut success. The
new lot just arrived brought nn-
Other rang- of cloths made up
in the same -:'.yle All sif'
now in sioc.       $15.75 EACH.
EXCELLENT   CHOICE   OF     BROAD
CLOTH SUITS FROM $22 TO $40.
Complete New
Stock of Ladies'
White Cotton
Underwear
Fresh and clean, direct from thi
manufacturers. . Ladies' Night
Dresses. Drawers, Corset Covers, Underskirts, Chemises, etc.
-English Longclothi, Cambrics
and Nainsooks of various qualities are used, and all garments
are nicely trimmed with new-
designs In .Swiss Embroidery
and Insertion-i of fine Torchon
Laces, We will have more to
say about these garments from
time to :iine. At present w
invite you to visit the Ready-to-
Wear Department, where you
can see the Whin-wear Stock
and niakp your selection while
the stock is fresh and clean,
Heatherbloom
Underskirts
in New Styles
Heatherbloom Duchesse Under
skirts have proven so popular
in  ihe   past   thai  the  announc
men:   of new  styles  will  be of
interest to all well dressed wo
men. Oarments made from
Heatherbloom materials can be
depended ui>on to w.ar well and
retain the silky appearance and
rustle peculiar to the new gar-
ui-nis. These underskirts an-
now here in new light and dark
stripes, till plain colors ��ind
white.
Heatherbloom
Taffeta
by the yard un .-ale in tbe
Dress Goods .Section in Black,
Navy. Gre��*n, Brown, Sky and
Grey    60c per yard.
Madapolain's Lawns
and Nainsooks
A     SPECIAL     LOT    AT    SIX
YARDS FOR $1.00.
25   pieces   and   i!C   and   40-.u<*_
lawn-,   40   and    4_-inch   M-uki
polain.s and Nainsooks of   line,
even,   close-weave, suitable for
ladies' and children's undergfii
ments    of   every    deBcriptlon
The*- materials are of the best
English make, tree from 'Irving, easy to sew nnd verj
viceable to wear.    Usual pric
Is 20c.    OUR SPECIAL PRICE.
6 YARDS FOR $1.00.
Ladies' Pad Hose
sorters
V
- i
Suppi
25c PER  PAIR.
f
ii dozen Ladies' Black and Col
orod Pad From Hose Support
ers, also a range of superior
quality suspenders without p-id
front, having wide elastic, extra
strong. Regular valuoe 35c an11
Me.     ON SALE 25c FER PAIR
issssst��4_--itis����H����****
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORED EOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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