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 FIRE
INSURANCE
I WHiVE, SHILES & CO.
'       NEW  W-STMINSTfcR,   B. C.
*   Mli: , N.'.-tBERO...
MAR 22.90.1
LIFE
Cy.  X       ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1909.
yffORlA, B. C'
FIVE CENTS
COPY.
fllliS WELCOME     i stuuhn rs will have
IfliUNG DREDGE'    mmm m �������
Enthusiastic Reception Accorded German  Vessel-
Description of Voyage.
arrived   in
|   F-iih.'i!^    dredge^^^^^^
, Bterduj  morning, aud alter
undheads, proceeded uji-
ofl the depart-
���    	
0 MS) ����� lllP sl
anchor
I    .i-iing
nubile    works   wharf  ahum
un-u
i
flowing il"' suggestion of    Jol_u
a     . .   Board Of Trade meeting
J Thursday, an anthiniastW welcome
|M , _ me a. w v.ss.l on ber arrival.
The  Welcome.
,. 5 oclocl   the wharves  were  be-
(.iar.j- io nn with Inter'   ted specta-
Wl..  _d s-hen the smoke uf the ves-
^ ���,,,.. bad been met al ihe sand-
beads   j a *':'":   wtl�� wenl down in
jtj. . Hgboai  Samson  earlier In  ths
dJ1 .  .  .at round the bead of LuJu
IslaD.   -i   ?l" session    of    shrieking
thistles md the city of  the arrival
oftt,, greai dr.'dgc.     Among the big
Ksmers the  shrill   cry   of   the   tug
$ir:i���:-.r was conspicuous.
Simultaneously with   the  whistling
Akiw ll companies' life band, and the
huA-Ql Uncle Tom's Cabin Ca, play-
���iBg i:, iown thai evening,  who hod
nvtii i irom-the Post offlce, reached
pie nharf, where    the  Fruhling  wus
hi'i^r.. and played several se.-ciion..!
W_eu ,b- ..-���1 drew alongside fl/iug
th��G-ar-uai- daft, tlierr waa no trace of
flier long journey, the effects of which
M I��vd removed ,-,t Victoria.      All
I. ptaaking of the upper works had
Vf. lattra awsy.
?��0 rc-ma: c, rcmony n.i.i following,
it..-. '��� of the public men In
W ���     weri   present,  tind   nhe  had
ftp* i moored before many of the
boys -irf- on board, followed by citi-
im of all rank*-.     The government
��yi_; thai of the C P. R.  _��-,
jhi ��..-���  convenient,    were packed'
vtSl peopH?      p. j. Lynch    was In
thanje o(   the    celebration,      iir--
wrt. i��n |f.t off _uring the time the
fa*-) *u mooring.
Bn.f Description.
Tbf dredging apparatus is located
ft Built al the stern is a stec-j
���' which holds the big-throated
cuc.joa pomp dropped to the river
tot'oni then the dredge is at work,
"'I''' e��gl-ea re Incited aft with
-nd flyinc bridge
w" them, while forward lrom aft
Mwnldihlpj |9 (he 0pn waist tn
TOch the silt tucked from the river
���0"oni U deposited to be carried
,,8-v Forward of this are the living
IMMf-., locat*. '..tween decks, with
P*��� commodious rooms. Th.- ves-
"'"of in; mn, register, about 190
F long and .3 feel beam, and- has
[��PKl.y of about 28,000 tons of mud
W ho'jr
IHJ�� draught of (he dredge is mark-
��� ��� devlni-tei v���, of feet, giv-
fl��n impT-SBion she iiea much deep-
" ,D 'hf' *<"er than is really the
'     V'" actual  draught   is   onlv
K.I     1|      J.,.    ,
No Damage.
,.','' winter -rules would
.      ��n rn'"'       king for informa-
I    : I   Hie   Fruhlimt
'���>" "xtem of damnge sustained.
Vancouver Sending Over  Hundreds of
Shouting,   Yelling   Schoolboys
and Girls.
There will e a lot ol excitement
land yelling when the tudent bodies
of tin- Columbian college nnd Vancouver High School clash In their meet
this    afternoon, The    Vancouvei
school wil] be represented bj several
hundred scholars, who *ili be sure to
make  their  pi ���  Known  through-
nut the city.
The iirsi i .-nt will I,.- a rugby
match between the t^o schools, probably Uie last of the season for the
oenl fifteen, at Mood) square At
th.- sunn- time tin- ladies' hockey team
of the Vanoouver *oht)ol will play the
Atlanta bocke)  club 6'f this city.
After the rugby match the crowd*
wlll go to the college gymnasium to
watch twyi basketball games, tbe tirst*.
hetween the girls' quintettes, and the
Beoond between th_ boys. 11 the
rugby contest is not finished til late,
a* Is possible, the basketball games
will not come off till in the evening,
otherwise tbey wil; follow right on
after tho football.
The players on the boys' basketball
fiw will bo: Forwards, Kenny and
Smith; o-ntre, Spring; guards, Davidson and Gilford.
AMATEURS OR PROFESSIONALS
MINTO CUP MUST BE DEFENDED
Westminster LacrosBe Club Decides to Keep Championship
Trophy Here,  Whatever the Cost    Status  of  the
Team Undecided- Officers for 1909Elected - Fred Lynch President.
SPORTING FIXTURES AT    {ALLANS PROTli
MOODY SQUARE TODAY
Westminster    Seniors     Will     Be   Engaged  in  Friendly Game���Selections of International.
AI COMING uf RIVALS
IMPORTANT TRANSFERS
OF CIT. REAE ESTATE
6everal    Valuable    ResiO-ntlal    Sites
Purchased by Epwo'rth  Investor���
Principally West End.
.Mr. Robertson, ut Epworth,has ;,ur-
(has��\| through Whit. , Shiles A* Co.
several Important pieces of city prop-
petty, includlm*
l_��ts 13 aud ll. of City Block 32,
mi Royal Avenue lacing Clinton Place.
Sub-divisions 12-8-5, of lot T, suburban Block ll. on Xanalmo street,
formerly belonging to P. Sproit.
Pan of Lot '���'. an l all of Lot 10, of
I Su .urban Block 7. uot it', at the
junction of Fifth avenue and Eleventh
street
Sub-divisions 23 and M, ol Lot 7,
of Sun.urban Block 11, comer of
Twelfth Sir.-, i and Seventh Avenue.
i>o:s . and I. of Lo: J. Block 9,
Si.\th Avi nue.
The price is net stated.
WHALERS THHEATEN TO
EXTERMINATE INDUSTRY
Victoria, it C, March 19.���The arri-
nil of the steam whaler Orion off
Cape Flattery marks the beginning
"i ih. Pacific whaling season, which
wil] continue for the next ten months
I it also probably marks the beginning
of iln- ilni of a great Am rlcan Indus.
i rj.
A. me,i. as the w   -        ... i
with  cannon    and  gun    co   in, thej
threat,-n to ��� xi. rmln it    .lv whal
a few years.
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Whic
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)LUMBIAN   COLLEGE   RUGBY   TEA
M.
n'ch meet- ti, _____���
'"n:,,,    .. ,h8 Vancouver  High School this afternoon.
%* n^T1"11' Armsl
v
��trong, wells.  Betts, Koenig, Chase.
Cnrk. Wa v,���, Burw��sh, Berry, Pord,
""". -l. Dra'nev. Rn_�� u,,,,,,, Fakeiy. ll  Drainey.
After   ;i   prolonged   discussion   on,
the amateur or professional siandiu-
of the Westminster lacrosse team at
ithe  iinnuiil  meeting of the  club  ><-*
inilny  evening  ii   was  decided,  on  a
.motion   _y  Mayor  \V.   II.   Keary,  tha.*.
the matter be left in the bands of tne '
executives,   with   the   understanding
that  the meeting w.-nt  on record ae
desiring  to   remain   strictly  ;unateu.-
There was not a dissent lent voice.
The officers elected for 1909 *��t_*e:
Honorary  president,  Thomas  Gl_o.-_, '
M.   I..   A.;   president,  Fred  J.   Lynch; !
tirsi  vice-president, A. W, dray; ���ee-'j
ond vice-president, J. It. Payne; seore-
tary-treasurer,  il.  Ryall   tre-eiectt-ii.
executive:    A.    TurunUll,    Rev.    .1.     rt.
Henderson, George ltennie, J. GiffOrd, i
N'.-ls Nelson.
1>��.legates to the B. C. A. L. A.:  I*.
J. Lynch, A. W. Gray, Aiex Turubul.t.
Auditor, c. D. Peele.
Tbe election of B manager  was fell -
ui the executive.
A meeting to Instruct the delegates j
lo tbe II. C. A. L. A. will bo h-Jd on '
Friday of next week, when th.- qu<=-^-1
tion  of amateurism and  prot'es.siociJ-
ism will again be threshed out.
Money in Hand.
The  reading of  the  aecreUtiy-tr, _.--
urer's report showed that th.1 receipts
for the past year had  been  Hl'.Kl.o., I
expenditures totaled f2-32.9., leaving
a balance In hand of $273.41.     A Ui**-1
honored draft on the Maple Leaf Lu-;'
eross-fl cJub for 12., forfeit money for !
falling to play a scheduled game injat
year, is planed by the treasurer aa,ou - '
the doui.tful accounts.
Challenges fer Minto Cup-
Correspondence r.-ad by the sect- ���!
tary dealt with challenges for the Min- i
to cup received from th. Tecumsehs I
and the Capitals, of Kegina. After!
some discussion the matter -ia." referred to the incoming executive to i
deal with.
The election of officers followed.
With the result indicated above, Rev,
.1. S. Henderson absolutely declined to
retain the presidency for another
term, holding th.-. honor should be i
passed around. His successor was
elected 'without opposition. Tho vice-
presidents and the secretary-treasurer |
having been elected by acclamation,
fourteen were nominated for the five
positions on the executive. C. A.
Welsh, C. r>. Peele, T, Gifford, jr., H.
P. Latham and W. H. Keary declined
to stand, leaving nine In the field. Pat
Fit-ney, sr., Irving Wintemute, James
Anderson and V7. Gifford were the defeated candidates.
In the election of delegates t�� the
B  C. A   L. A., Rev*. J. S. HendeTsouj
ttnd     C.   A-    Welsh   weredefeated.
James Feeney,    who was nominated,
withdrew
Big  Time. Expected,
tncld ni.il    t'1 the election of delegates, ii was mentioned that the meet-
ting of the body    on Saturday    next
' promises   to   be   ihe   most   Btrenuoua
Meld  for many years.     F. J.  Lynch
gave ii  as his opinion  that  it   might
bi  an nll-nlght sitting.
Amateur or Professional.
\ \v. Gray pointed out it was uec
irj tor tho Westminster club to
obtain the sanction of the C. A. A, !'���
to pla; the Tecumsehs in defence of
;h,' Mini ' cup, otherwise the team
n   nld bo professionalized.
Secretarj Ity all read the rules gov-
, ning tii.' awarding of the Minto
. -up to the champion lacrosse club of
Canada, In which it is clearly stated
; .hat the cup is fo be an amateur
trophj or otherwise, at the discretion
,,; the trustees.
Want a  Westminster Trustee.
The name of .lames Leamy. of tins
I cIty, had been submitted to P. V. Ross
as the successor of the late Sir Henri
1 Jolj   de     l.otbiniere,    hut   so   far  no
! action   has li -.-���:,  taken b^  Mr.   Ross,
beyond advising the   local club that
i ,;iy appointment of a trustee is en-J
Irely In the hands of the governor-*]
ienil of Canada.
Does Not Seem Right.
Fred. Lynch pointed out that if the |
trustees saw 111 to permit .profession- ,
als to challenge and play for the |
Minto cup. the C. A. A. U. should
make no objection, it would be most j
I unfair  thnt,  after  having gone  back (
...st to secure the trophy, Westmin.
ster could not defend It without losing its amat.iir standing. He d'1-
scrlbed the tangle as a scheme con-
eocted back east in the Interests of
. astern   teams.
Suggests a  Breakaway.
...  W. Gray spoke strongly   In  favor of breaking away from the B, t.
.mateur Athletic Union, which Is af*
fi.iated with the C. A. A. I'.      He was
opposed to the lacrosse clubs of n. C.
bl Ing dictated to by  lias*.ball and la-
crosSe players,    and    wouln be <*uit<e>
willing    to have the    13. C. Amateur
Aih'..tie    Association    separate  from
��� -  II. C- A.  L. A.
S.-ieral    oilier speakers    supported
this argument.
What le An Amateur?
St-versi speakers volunteered tln'Irl
ri-linltlon of an amateur aud a professional player. C. -V. Welsh did not
.liink a man who wa.. reimbursed for
rhe time he lost playing could, be
classified as a professional. He epl-
Eqmized the situation thu>: if w
���raitnain with the B. C. A. A. U. we
wllj be professionalized; if We ,nult
It hi; remain amateurs.''
C. D. Peele emphatically ^ated th.
Blub should make an effort to remain
Jriateur, but the Minto cup must be
d��-f-uded at any cost
Several others followed in a lik,-
-train. the discussion being finally
closed by the passing of a motion as
I r-iUmsly stated.
Mayor K^ary was made a honorary
life membi-r of the association.
rhe retiring president's address w.is
as follows:        I
President's Report.
Gentlemen,���In presenting this, my
second annua! address as your president, it affords me pleasure lo congratulate you on another successful
year.
The year has been one of the most
strenuous in the history of lacrosse in
the Royal City, and put a heavy tax
on the.financial executive and diplomatic ability of the club. It is pleasing to In- able to report that we
passed through the year without friction in the executive, with the utmost cordiality and good feeling be-
tween the officers of the club and the
members 'if the team, with a surplus
,to our credit in the bank, ami, we
hav,- reason to believe with the es-
t'-rni and coiiflflence of tbe general
public. This latter is worthy of
mention because I believe one of our
largest assets is the confidence ami
goodwill of the public. While all the
officers have contributed a share toward bringing about this healthy con-
litio!i of affairs, it is no small measure due to the wise and untiring efforts of our indefatigable secretary-
teasurer, Herbert Ryall, that the club
enjoys this enviable position.
i'h, year will go down to history
as the one In which the highest honors in the lacrosse world were won
by the wearers of ihe red and blue.
We now possess not only the chain-
iplonalilp of the province and of the
Dominion, bul of ihe world. Beyond
thai  for the present we cannot go.
The schedule games of the B, c. association did not awaken an., great
enthusiasm during the year. The
locals outclassed their opponents from
the op,-ning of the season, and for the
time the championship of the province came to the Royal City.
Early In the year the executive de.
elded to make an effort to secure iho
Minto cup, emhlematlo of the world's
ch itiipitinship. To finance such an
undertaking was no small task for a
town of this size. To journey three
thousand miles and face on their own
grounds such an aggregation of world
renowned sports as the Shhmrock8,
under the most trying climatic conditions required no small amount of
courage, but thanks to the loyalty and
generosity of our citizens, principal
among whom should be mentioned
Mayor Keary, thanks to the manager?,
Welsh and Peele. and above all thanks
to tho courage and skill of the wearers of the red and 1'lne. nn undertaking wns successfully carried out, and
the coveted piece of silverware now
rests with lhe "ther trophies of the
cl u>" ���.
It Is possible the Celtics may send
a ti am over this aft'-rnoon to play a
friendly football match as neither they
nor Westminster are engaged, and the
Shamrocks and Thistles are playing
a benefit match for an Injured player
at Recreation park. Arrangements
wen- Incomplete last night.
The Vanstone Plumbing Co. has
challenged F. G. Canfl-ld to put a
Ifenni on the field, so that tbe local
senior men at any rate may no; be
without ii match. Mr. CanDeld has
accepted, and the game will take
place at Moody squa.,- at 3 p.m. The
t.-am will be picked from Saul, Bruce,
Ivook, Sawyers, Shawo_OBS, Da-.id.-aon,
Gamon, Rfckman, H. Munn, T. Oddy
und P. O. (,'anfield.
The lineup of the local High School
girls' hockey team for this afternoon's
gam--, which begins at 4 p.m., against
the Vancouver High School, Is: Goal,
Miss Cook; backs, Misg I. Roo-'rtson
and U. Wilson, half-backs, Mts-es M.
Wllkie, N. -.. angster and W. Robrrt-
soo; forwards, Misses N. DockrlH, L.
E_kin,.._. Klley, E. Lord and C.
Reichenbach. U. S. Corbett will referee.
Tbe  following'men   have  been se-
White Star Line Causes Dissent By Bringing Ships Into Montreal Harbor.
Montreal, March 19.���The Allan
lin.-, according to a dispatch from the
old country, is protesting the .ntra-Cr
of the Whin- Star company Into the
Cana lian trade. The protest, it is
said, is made on the grounds tbat
the While Star had agreed to remain
away from the St. Lawrence trad��', <
else kepp Ui*-ir name out of it. However the Laurentie and Megantic will
come b*re during the next season, -afi-
lng the White Star-Dominion line fla^i.
This Is looked u-Kin as an infraction
of the agreement The matter Is bo-
Ing settled by arbitration. If it*
White Star lose their Case the two
big boats may not come to Montreal.
TRADES COUNCIL FAVORS
CO-OPERATIVE IDEA!
At ihe monthly meeting of the
Trades and Labor Council last 'ev-..-
lng a. motion on co-operation was *���>
dorsed and referred to a committe* ;���;
report. President Peeney and S-_r.>
tary R. A. Stoney reported on their
visit to Victorlu reentlj to Interview
the e.x-cu_ve. The report Was
adopted with thanks.
The unions announce that busings*
lected for the first of the Internationa) ! was brisk, and thitt they were indlvj-
football gajnes between the English I dually opposed t0 a charge for adm.':-
nnd Scottish teams next Saturday: 11.nice to the High School being im��>
English���Right    back,    Klrby, centre-' ^urated.
half.   Sawyers;   outside   right,   Shaw-,     W. Sloan, a new d'-legate, from '_<
cross      Scottish���Left   back,   Bruce, I Carpenters union, was accredited.
outside Kft, Lumsden.
The games with the Capitals of Ottawa gave the citizens nnd the tliou-
g&ndfl w Iw visited our provincial
fair one of the best exhibitions of the
game seen here in many years. lt
was fast and clean lacross,- from star;
to finish Tin- Easterners were out
to win, but even with a couple of intermediates taking the place Of Turn-
hull and Rennle the locu.s were too
much for their opponents tin.] won
out with a margin that left no doubt
of their superiority.
A fitting climax to the honors of
the season was the selection of two
of our men. Messrs. Turnbull and ltennie, to serve on the Olympic team.
The English sporting journa's attribute much of the success of the Canadians in that tounament to the
Westminster players. The Royal City
has reason to feel proud of the sportsmanship and gentlemanly bearing of
the young men who so successful!;,
represent her in the athletic world.
The suggestion which I made hist
year regarding the issuing of tickets
free to boys under fourteen who would
apply to the secretary, wns acted on
by the executive and no fewer than
eight hundred and twenty-five availed
themselves of that privilege. Everything we do to encourage the game
among the boys helps to produce the
home-grown quality of lacrosse that
wins success.
There are two or three matter, to
which I would refer briefly. Our
del.-gales to the 11. C. A. L. A. should
(Continued on Page Eight.i
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��� BY WIRELESS. *
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��� Ottawa, March 19.���The foi- *
��� lowing      remarkable    wireles.'���
��� tneSsage was received by J. D ���
��� Taylor,  M.  P.. for New West- 4
+ minster, this evening: ���
��� Fruhling dredge, just arrived ���
��� and     looking    fine Captain ���
��� (Clausen jammed the lie down ���
��� thr.v thousand Tory throats by ���
��� demonstrating that  the dredge ���
��� Is  not  a  Liberal  dream.   Ev- +
+ ery  body exee.t  Pete   Gordon ���
��� is convinced.   John A. Lee got ���
��� bis  physiog massaged  to gen- ���
��� erate a smile this morning, Bill +
��� Carty is wearing a black band #
��� around   his leg.      Creighton's ���
��� tears  have    corroded  the iron ���
��� counter of the new land regis- 4
��� try   offlce;    Curtis   and Frank ���
��� McKen_io are feeding on oi.;'- ���
��� vion  pills.      The dredge    can ���
��� throw  more  mud  than   Taylor ���
��� but can't stay with the job so ���
��� long. Judge Hole will start hyp ���
��� notlc cla_6.s to convince  the ���
��� people the dredge is a-myth. ���
��� A rumor that Taylor had spok- ���
��� en on  something   besides the ���
��� Bill Miner escape is denied by ���
��� the    Columbian's   twenty-third 4
��� muck-rake polisher's  chief as- ���
��� sistant, who quotes the News- ���
��� Advertiser as authority ���
��� The skull iimi Crossbone* ai*-- ���
��� flying ai   half    mast over the ���
��� Columbian's offloe, ���
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Which meets the  Vancouver High School this afternoon.
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
Edgar Allan Poe. in one of his stories, says:   "I took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perused the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' I then attacked with great
reading  matter."    This is  interesting, because it shows that Poe, fond as  he was of literature,  read the classified advertisements before he read  the  news.    Follow Poo's example in this matter  and  watch  our -!,..._ " the
v~ *''��**Slfiedari
They talk  to hundreds of people  each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to listen. s-
WANTED - JUNIOR     REPORTER. ' vv.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT.
Must have good education, one with       Room u> Dom'-jo,. Trust block.
knowledge  of  shorthand  and  type-1   _   	
writing    preferred.      Apply     Daily    EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
News offlce, Front stivt, after 7 p.m.
WANTED���MAN OR GOOD BOY
for soliciting and delivering meat
orders. State terms. Will give
good encouragement to right man.
Apply M. M.  Box 29.
Guichon  Block.    Telephone  31i8.
GARDINER   &   SHERRIFF,   ARCH!
tects,  Guichon  block.      P.  O.   Box
772.      Phone 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue aud BUackie Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to THB    p-gjARBON    ELECTRIC    CO.,
12 in the morning. Good l,ay- Apply, this offlce Saturday between 12
and 12:30.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near Fourth  avenue.
LOST.
LOST���A BUNCH OF KEYS AND
whistle on Sunday. Finde,- please
return to this office.    Reward.
FOR  SALE
dealers in elctcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, hous,. wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
FANC\   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
' Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|tf your requirements.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New West
minster, B. C.
P.  NASH.  B.  C.  LAND  SURVEYOR,
5 and 6 Hamley block,  New Westminster.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing) Lest work
reasonable prices.   Phone 05, P. O.
box   142.    Daily   News  Block,  Sixth
street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARM_l'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work,' amateur
work, etc.
MACHINE   WORKS.
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE IN SAPPER-
ton, rented for $12 per month. For
sale or will exchange equity ($600)
for city lots. Apply Owner, Box
337, New Westminster.. ,
FOUND.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
POUND���A GOLD WATCH AND FOB. |
Owner can have same ,by applying
to this office, proving property and
paying for this ad.
, 1
i
HOUSES TO  RENT.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply B., Daily News Office.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNiTURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC
MRS. O. C.  FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G.  F. Sims, Mus.    Bac, Oxford,,   England, will  give lessons  in
. singing and harmony.
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECOR
ATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, RO" d
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kal-ouiiniiig, paper
hanging ami decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C- MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (.Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, __ meals ' 'for $4. Home
fooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. it. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
TWO ACRES, five miles out, al a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken
ranch at small cost; $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the lest pun of Burnaby ai -?!"" each, 50 by 150; easy
terms. ���
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 133. Real estate and Insurance. City property, suburban
tracts, faun lands, and chicken
ranches,
���__���������  m
PEERS & RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
special ly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P, 0. Box .58, illume 864.
DIAMOND & CORBOULD, SIXTH
j    street.
FOR SALE HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
Full SALE -l-a-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation', close to tram, school.
store, etc $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
CALVIN, 32 Sixth
men's  tailor.
lading-
��_'
in lad.es' and ,,,,,,���_ J
tag and repalrl, ���   ,,, .,���
Phone B350.
Fraternal Societl
es
I. O. O. F.���AMITY  l_OD_E, NO r���
The regular met 0( this\Z
are held in Oddfellows' hall c.,^.
bla street, eve,,   __n
at 8 o'clock.
'  ��� -'���:-
^OSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGeT
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B $
Med Rose Degrei Second ���_
Fourth Wedne ���      _ mJ5J
In K. of P. Ha mbla st"���
8  p. m., White  Ro .. !'._,.,.  pj^S
w BdneBday   In   ��� ���...
time and  place
-lEf I
..  O.  U.   W.���FRAs.K  lODGl m\
���Meetings the first and third Tjj
day    In    each    month.      Vliltwi
brethren cordially invited tn atiaj
Lodge room, A. 0, U, W. Iiull.oi.
fellows'   block,  Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, i,o;,|
���Meets the Fourth Friday in tiii
month at 8 o'clock, in the smallI
ball, Oddfellows' block.
ROLLER  RINK.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lak-���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:31. to 10.
Admission 10c;   Skates, 25c.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street P. O.
Box 694.
GROCERY.
FOR   THE   BEST   V
ceries, phone 386.
Supply  Grocery,   P,
\LUE IN GRO-
The Pure Food
O. Box 811,
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee-
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver, .
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���ONE   LARGE   FURNISH
etl   bedroom,  also   one     small   one.
Terms reasonable.     Apply 2>*7, Vic-1
toria street.
HOME   MANUFACTURE.
MRS.  RUNACRES, 216    SIXTH  ST..
opi'.     Queen's    Avenue     Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon liock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B.  C.
W. MYERS CRAY, BARRISTER.
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block. Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Qulnn .fc Falrley, phone
4117. 48 Hack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate-
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet Iron work. Telephone 324, F.
i     O. Box 442.
.v  Met. C A it It IE
.V. Whealler, W.
WADE, WHEALLER
(F. C. Wade, K. C,
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver of-
j lice is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers,   i'H Hastings  Street west.
I
C.   HAMPER,    ACCOUNTANT   AND
Auditor,    Notary     Public,    Conveyancer. . Room 10, Brine Block, New -
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795. I
LIVERY STABLE.
RING    UP   250   FOR     HACKS    AND
smart  turnouts.    The  Fashion Stables.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING UP PHONE 1S5 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE .SHIL-.S _ CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large Btore ilex- to telephone offlce.
STORE���On Columbia street, Bapper-
ton, to rent; $15 per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for $100 and $125
each; $25 down, balance at 7 per
cent.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, ��� te. Province office, Co-
llitBliia street.    Phone 62.
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand gi Kids. Speck & Crandell.
near Tram offlce.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,!
Aerie No. 20���Meets every T. sti;|
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagle*'[
hall, Columbia street. A. ClartJ
W. PreB.;   H. Schofiela, Svc-eta,,
HALE BROS. ���  CO., LTD.. REAL ES-I
tate and   Insurance,   wholesale   and
retail  flour and  feed, carriages and
vehicles of all  kinds.      Phone  335.
1st', Columbia St. P. 0. drawer 100.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (Y.H C. ABBOT!
Manager). R,-ai estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances,
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247,
Phone 321.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne Street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season,      Advance ticket office,
Ryall's   Drug  Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures. Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
J. J. JOHNSTON, DUPONT Bl-OCK,
Columbia street, phone 161>
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only ,t mile and
a half from car terminus. Sapperton; prices and terms ver. :'.-;uson-
able.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, offlce and store httings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work.   Designs and estl- j
mates   furnished.     J.   Brookes,   proprietor.     Works:    Corner   Eleventh
and car line.    P. O.  box 254, Phone |
473. |
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEH|
PERANCE meet every Wedne*h-|
at 8 o'clock p. m., In O-.telkn-fj
hail, Columbia street
���ONJ OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT Ml
80CIATION, LORD OF THE l$Uf
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Ftrnta
Third  Tuesday  ot every mont-1
K. of P. hull.   Chief W. dutaeriat
I. O. O. F.���Royai City Loa_��. No..I
���Moets In Oddfellows' Hall, C��j
um-ia Street, every Frldaj ev..-_.ii
at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretbr_ .\
lie made welcon ��� '1 0. '<'^
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. 0-, rwo:
lng secretary.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No
F. and A. M.; King Solomon UttJ
No. 17, A.  F.  and  A   M . L 0.
No. 1150;  L. 0. L. No, 1593;     "|
Sapperton, No. 1683, I. 0. C:C
V���   Court Westminster,   No. 32.1
Brotherhood of Ow'8, Ne��- "���": ���
BOARD   OF TRADE     N��� w  Wests
ster Board of Trade   meet* In I
Board Room, City Hall, ai I
Third    Thursday   vt   well  _������
Quarterly   meetings   on  the m
Thursday    of    February, ft!
August and   November, at 8
Annual    meetings    on   tbe  tl \
Thursday   of   February.
members    may    be   propow-1 *Jj|
elected at. any monthly or quaiHl
meeting.    A. E. White. Set-
FOR SALE
Good lots on the Vancouver
"Cut-Off" line, $250 to $350
each, on easy terms.
Lot 50x120, on the Sixth street
carline, Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia St.
Water Frontage
Industrial and Mill Sites, Deep Water
and Railway Trackage.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Miheral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   eight ttrett
NEW   WESTMINSTER     B.   C.
TAKE
WHITE,   SHILES   Uf   CO.
Real Estate Brokers, Insurance Agents
260 COLUMBIA   STREET, N_���   WESTMINSTER
The White Pass  |
and Yukon Route |
o+o+o+o+o+<^+cx>+o+o*^+4'^+n+o o*0404oeoeo*co*c^
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
for    CONRAD,    CARCROSS,   ATL1N,
WHITE HOUSE, DAWSON and FAIR
'HANK.-:. Daily trains (except Sunday)
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL  to the  public   ' ''"'A PM8��_erS, mall, expre-
through the columns of THE DAILY I fr'l��hl   connect   with   stages   a-   i  ,
NEWS.    The  Morning Paner, cro id   White   Horse,  maintain
1 '   ' " igh winter service,
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   EOTS.    REAS
ONABLE  TERMS.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, fating Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
THE
-   IV
DAILY
NEW.
irmatlon apply tti
Westminster's  Home   Paper.
Dominion Trust Co.
 -T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.-	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
o
noa
Traffic M i.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of   Sayward.
Take notice that 1, ('. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, oi jupatlon fanner, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
ohase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of south Twin Island,
thence following the shor- easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly hack to point of commencement, taking In the whole island containing 200 acres more or !?���>.��.
C. W. PRESTON.
Da ted Feb. 2nd, l��on.
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL  to ths  public
through the columns of THE DAILY
2*0fOfO*O*0*004OtO#O#O*0*O ��*0*0*0*��*o*ooeoeo*o*o*o*o I   NEWS-   T'1e Mor"in3 Pipe
NOTICE.
New Westminster 0**f*et
District of  New Westm-M*"
vati ��'l
Take notice, thai U-"n'\.'A
Pitt Meadows, B. C. ^IT%I
ried lady, intends to "P^^mffl
slon to purchase the <' ^-J
scribed lands: ComroendM rfy*
planted at the south--'������' ^' (^l
loan, thence west -" ��** .joMitj
south 80 chain-, theno ���������>���' ���������'
more or less to   \ :i''     Wl
thence northerly ''i"��;; "'   ,., -,'\
the point of comtnenceoe��'
lng  Kin acres '^^.jj^'.
I' ' . -.fit
HUiial
BOON, JRDAY
MARCH 20,  1909.
.'HE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE
TF_R   BO"NTY    ACT'   19��8-
V0^Teffl T0 PURCHASERS.
WARNING TO
tne right of _
I . .... entitled to   a
...   way of ap-
id must be
by  the Act.
culled to Sub-
*^'g!iH'a*-i_Bffrnji-}aKCT^    mr iim i " ���"
Soath ���> by way of ap
land-"' ue an'
, by the
I,     ��"�� called to Sub-
I the Volunteer
sectioo30�� h provides that
BoimV   ' right-of a vol-
�� ���' -"t ���� * *.Z
un!."       , .   .,,* or recognized
! rftute sbai- of   the   lBterIor:
W *�� "' j ���.  .ted and dated after
��*�� iS n0 the warrant for the land
I the <"te ��  !   ., .. Minister of Militia
.rant';      . t th(. volunteer.
I Defence I'
i W.GR��) N'WAY'
���''       ,,..    mer of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa
The Fruhling Dredge  is   Here!
WESTMINSTER WATERFRONT
$16cJ00EETHl       DE!-P  WATERFRONTAGF. ON THE  SOUTH 3IDE    OF    THE    RIVER,    CONVENIENT     TO    NEW    WESTMINSTER.    FOR
THIS   IS   LESS THAN $6.00 A   FRONT FOOT.    THE BLOCK CONTAINS ABOUT 56 ACRES.  LESS    RAILWAY    RIGHT   OF   WAY.
LEW   WESTMINS
TRICT
TER     LAND    DIS
District of  Surrey.-
Henry T. Thrill
permission to
[escribed land:
Tat,, notice,
Intends '
Lv the  f
1 ��� planted where
l_e_.*-
join:
kentioni'd
Ly
O0_i_ifiici:.-
itherlj   --������'-���    t,f   lot &tK*'
(2)i :, ,  Westminster dis-
Kt Intersects      ���    quarter section
1 prolong' : "�������    north  und
���th through section two  (2), town-
wponed); them    -outh 160 rod*
Beasi ���,    ,,.i     thence north to
. h of the before
I .      .   .     oundary of I"1
'   group WC  12);   'hence  easterly
to the said southerly  boun-
,n- of lot 505, p iup '-wo (2), to it
jit 62 rod- n< tbol the 49th peral-
cf north latitud-    thenoe west to
IW water marl 62  rods distant
.... jaJ.   , ��� ���.  parallel of north
Itnde; thence     ith 62 rods; thence
I <o the polnl * here the southerly
ntdary of lot  "v,   group two   (-1
teis<o!- tbe before mentioned 4S*-.��
allel of north latitude; then follow-
ftbe Mid southerly boundary ot lot
i, group two (2),  to  the  point  of
inunoncfn)''-:. con -ning by estlina-
id two aundri I    forty acres fB
No investment  at the  present time affords the  investor such surety  of  handsome   increase   In  value,  as   the   purchase   cf   good   waterfront
property   with   railroad   facilities.    This  has  been the  history of every city on the  continent.    The above
respect, the Great   Northern  riilroad  running through  the property now,     th.     Canadian     Northern
!LR,_!'_1,th_  T^'n"   PaC'fiC  3CCeSSible  <0  '<'     The"   r��"roadS'  t09ether w"h th��  deepening of the Fraser rivet-  (completion of same prom
ised  by Mr. Keefer. Dominion Government Resident Engineer, by the end of this year), will give unequalled
and   distribution  to  any  parf  of  British  Columbia,  the   Territories,  etc,  for  manufactories,  and  we  have
property  has every  advantage in this
projected   line   paralleling   it.   and   the   C
facilities    for     foreign     shipping
-      ��� -   no   hesitation   in   predictino   that   in
side of two years all of our  waterfront adjacent to the city will be  worth from $25 to $50 a foot, and i ts
now. For information as to terms, etc., see us at once.
a   question   if  it's   not   worth   this-
DIAMOND & CORBOULD, Dominion Trust Building, Telephone 361
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  E.  C.
Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse   Sticks 35c  up
Base  Balls     .     . 10c up
Gloves and Mitts 40c up
Bats  20c   up
Masks.   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Sti e. ���
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
J
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
A,-il cations will bo received up to
Monday, the 22nd, inst, at i p.m., for
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commenc. ou April is;. i9o.. Sailer, at the rate of $60 per month. For
information no to duti,.-. etc. apply
to :he sanitary inspector at the City
Ball.
W. A DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Citv Hall, March 5, 1309.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
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Advertising and Circulation
THE DAILY News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly .... $2 per year
The Dajly News-Advertiser. Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year
The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "        50c for3 mos.. $1.50 a year
tore ot '������ W
Da*.. at Whin    lock,  It.  C, this
_d daj ol Fein ..,--. 1909.
HI S'R.  T   THRIFT.
EW  WESTMINSTER     LAND    DIS-
TRICT.
B_n n tl ��� undersigned
Bends to.., ������ lion, the com-
prima ol i   pei mission to
(lie undermentioned    lands inj
fti Wtjti.':.:-'. trli ::
bwnnaicliij point  where the
Ictioti line (pre ed) i unntng eaei
|J MSI tions   seven   I 7)
Id eipttet-n IS tersects the west-
f:    indar; 505, .-roup two
..New Wi-:.       ���  ustrlct; thence
ist-riy ion;. ��� ���. n ,. southerly and
f-rly pan : westerly und
P"'}' bos :   the   saitl   lot
��� to the centr, . . , irolonged) mull! north anj south itiorugh section
B- (8), ' '-       ���   one    ill.    New
itinlnster ,:..���    ���    thence   south
fW then ���       ti rly parallel With
i sail a. . _a,.y   0(   ,1,,.
I'"' ""��� to ��� ���  Immediately
fn of the ... the centre
f' .   east or west
ifli -. ��� ��� i ,    intersects
"atl'r marl .   ,,,,,.(*, along
aid lot BOG
' I ci ntiv line "i
ts hlgh-wat' -
I northerly
westerly
i  505 to the
Ulng  ' y esll-
r le
B   C , Fe rti
-.i--_rij).i.-s and AJvertiseaaents solicited far tin. aiuve publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS,  Agent
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phon. A22
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NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITHV COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers A Preston
Office. Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
hi connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold at one sinjrlt'
tars :iml one-third.      Ticket! on ��al-
April 8th  to  U'th inclusive.    Good to
return up to and luelntlinp April 18th.
School   pupl s   and   teachers  wlll   b<-
given tickets from April 1st to 21st.
ED. t'.otil.KT.
Agent, \-*w Wistmiiister.
or C. it P08TBR,
\s-i  Qenl. Pase. _gt., Vancouver.
At IVIacKay's
1l. Citizens Welcome
I Fruhlinp Dredge;,,:;: ;;r; alat
NEW BOOKS
The  Red  City, by S. Weir -Mitchell  $1.50
The Last Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by .arris $1.25
The Message, by Louis Truoy
 $1.25
54-40,   or    Fight,    by  Kmeraou
Hough $1-25
Cy   Whittaker's  Place,   by Un-
coln $1.2.
Oet-Rld-Quiok Walllng-ord, by
Chester $1.25
Ufe of Ian MacLaren, by W. K
Nieholl    $1.75
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pori  ihn   iii.. Fruhling  bail Rlrhnd '1
ilurinu  !<    Ions  iti.vi-''. a Rtatemeni
which  Cup     Kin,v. ii  Indlgnuntl.   ile
nies.     \\ li, ti .he Icfl she wns loaded
1 wiih huiii. r coal almost to In r d' eks
��� (th.-  spine    usually  used    [or storing
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clever invention has been fully proved
(Jermiiny,    England    and  in the
lows the recommendation t.f .Mr  Keefer to the gov-
i riiiii.nl.
The Crew.
When crossing the ocean the dredge
led a crew of 19, but when working mi single shifts she will need only
11 or 15. As a local crew becomes
accustomed to the ns, of the dredge,
the German crew will be gradually
������ ;. seed. There have been many applications received already.
The cost  of the  new    craft   to  the
Dominion   government   was   in   the
like 6 1-2 knots,
eight    Knots In |neighborhood of $300,000.     She will
eminently satisfai tory. and commencing in live feet of water, she was soon
taking teu feet Capt Rogers went
down to the lightship, and uft,-r the
test, brought her up the channel.
After taking stores a start will be
made al lhe   Bandheads   earlj  next
We.  li.
Message  Dispatched.
Tlie  following wire was s<-nt  to th.
minister   Of   public     works,   Hon. Dr.
Pugsley,  by    the president    of the
Hoard  of   Trail..;
"Congratulations on arrival of
Fruhling dredg--. Inauguration of a
vigorous policy for Fr.lser river conservancy.
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NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth  and  Agnes  Streets
Hours: Morning, 10 io 1-     ' '
-::;<i to ,'.; evening, 7:30 to 10.
sion 10c, skates 26c.    On  I
10 to i-', -chool children
wli] be furnt-hi d .katea for 10c
mutation tickets now on
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POSTCARDS
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Vi. MOREY'S STATIONERY 8TORE
j. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, f.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
-THE FAIR," Columns   .trset
good weather, bul rould ea ilj do bei i,.- under the charge ol <,'   \. Keefer,
t,>r tinie      She en  Kiel on Oftlober resident engineer of the public works
l'7 and reached ITIctorli ou March :.'. depnn nt,   and   he bus   appointed
a tot��i of 127 daj <vi,ii   foid mi probation    to succeed
Her Capacity. t'apl    KlllUlBcn   In   command   of     lie-
Tin- ,ii..due is of   i  very  i>"�� rfu vessel      Capt, Ford is well acquaint-
character ami can effcctuallj    cleu . ,\ with the river,     ii-- was engaged
2000 .Minis or iin- channel pei   hmii ,,,   , sletlag Q  W, OH!e   ,<��� ��'o  when
ti againsl ���' yin I  ��� I ""' "**n!'1 |ni1" ihe mat in -wing was done In the dm
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oi'     iio.-ii   ehgagi I   011 ilie KUdonan
toning rocks ami mattresses for T. 8.
Sinelaii- &  Co., for Iln* mouth of the!
iU-it.   Afterward on the same steam-]
or li.. was employi i :,y the Dominion
""V'-rnmen:   under )���'. <i   Gamble nnd ,
��� i   E. rto\-.      fjitely he has be-?n cap*
lain of the ' i iir. and the public '
had  an   oppoi in    y  lo      i   liis  work
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  MARCH 20,
The Daily News "GETTHE HABir
Pnblished by The Daily News Publish-   1 OUCLy Kjt\ly
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New .     SHOO-FLY ROCKING   HOUSES,
Westminster, B. C.               ! , ONLY
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY,  MARCH  20.  1909.
$1.15
EACH.
Buy one  for the  baby.
THE   FRUHLING   DREDGE.
The arrival of the Fruiting dredge
at New Westminster marks another
epoch in the history of the Royal
City.
For the past few years efforts have
been centered on the deepening of the
Fraser river so as to admit of the
largest ship afloat. Already the lin-
est mill on the American continent is
located here, and several other large
companies are only awaiting the accomplishment of the deeper channel
to build   their  mills.
The constant efforts of the Liberals, in spite of the terrible campaign
carried on by the Conservative press
in this city, have received their reward and to the minister of public
works the Hon. Wm. Pugsley, the
Hon. wm. Templeman, J, B. Kennedy
and Robert Jardine, the thanks oi the
whole   community   are   due.
The prophesies of years ago are
now about, to be fulfilled, New Westminster will rapidly become one of the
most important freshwater harbors in
ihe world, and to the Liberal government just returned again to power by
such an overwhelming majority, the
--suits will be due.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the sam-..
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St.,  Opposite  Market,   New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver.
-hould bo consulted if you want to
--ci' furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock Implement auction held
every Friday morning on Westminster
Mtttket; and every* Saturday morning
on Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; li wagons, near-
ly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of new furniture halt
price. Room !���, Hamley block. Key
at 323 Front street.    Phone AIS9.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
COALS OF FIRE.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register George Adams
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New West!
minster, to George Adams, bearing'
date Uie 25th day of September, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Subdivisions
16 and 16 of Lot 8, Suburban Block
11.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtu.-
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the Laud Registry Act. are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-live days from the
date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration,
you and eacli of you will be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published in New-
Westminster will ibe good and sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry' Office,
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 16th day of March,
A. D., 1909.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar,
William       McColm,
2 SNAPS
LOT-Partly cleared, on Wise road, just outside city limits; $200 cash,   Lots
all around are selling for $300 to $3o0.
A NICE BUILDING LOT on Fourth street    This can be bought for $300,
cash.   This would be DI RT CHEAP at $400. ����>
Prices on both the above lot s are bound to go up within a month   or   two.
. These are small buys but might  be just  what you  are  looking for.
"if you have any properties for sale I shall be glad to list them.
J. J. JOHNSTO
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE   169.
AT THE
To    Thomas
Charles W. Wise. Caroline A. Jack.
"Bi. Clothing House"
All the latest in Spring Hats���Christy's, Stetson, Hawes and Barrington,
in Hard Felt and Soft Felt, in all the
new colors and shapes. How about
one of those new green hats, in The
Little Trooper or golf shapes?
1
At the reception of the dredge yesterday   by an emergency   committee
considerable  surprise    was  expressed
on all sides by the absence of Mayor
Keary, who by his recent journey to
Ottawa on behalf of    the citizens of |
New Westminster had so much to do
with the granting of supplies for the !
purchase of the Fruhling dredge, and i
liy the usurping of the first citizen of
New Westminster's  position by ,1. A.
Lee,  than  whom no  one could have
���been found to fill the position so 111.
At  the  time  when   negotiations  were
pending   for   the    dredge,  and   when
definite   news  of   the   sailing  of   the
dredge had been  wired to New  Westminster by the  Hon.  Win.  Fug-by, J.
A. Lee,    then    vice-president of
Board of Trade, and president  of the
Conservative     association,     attended
meetings where  such  terms as "Ger-1
man Mud-sllnger," "Mud Scow," were
uttered;   and We  would  refer him  to
the Columbian  of October 13th,  1908,
where the   statement    is made that
"The   captain     .   .   .   received   bis
guests in the Number three port coal
bunker."     It is to be hoped thai Cap-]
tain    Klauseti     has     not     seen     this I
statement and if he has, it is charlta-!
ble to suppose ho did not know the
'identity  of  the   man  presenting  him
with cirars.
Premier Flour
IS THE  BEST.
Ask your grocer for it. and be sure you get Premier Flour, for It has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it, phone 335, and��we will deliver it to
you immediately.      Remember,  Premier Flour is the .best.    Once you
have tried it you will always use It.
STETSON'S   FELTS
$4.00 and $5.00
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
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186 COLUMBIA  STREET.      P. O. Drawer 100.
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A   MISTAKEN   NOTION.
The folly of suppressing news about
���er 'city under the impression that  it
knocks" the district is clearly shown
in the case of Nanaimo, and the smallpox   outbreak   there.
In order to avoold, as it was declared, alarmist rumors going out to the
world the facts of the out., real;, con-
Hie d. to mild cases, were suppressed,
and alarmist,  statements  followed  openly in the press oi the province as
to the condition of the town, stating
the city was, quarantined, and public
meetings had been suppressed In order to prevent  contagion as a result
of a hurriedly passed order-in-councl
As b matter of fact in a few days the
district-round the city will be clear oi
tafcpiciaus cases,  and   normal  conditions will return.
if instead of attempting to suppress
the tm intlitii.ii of affairs, the local
newspapers and the correspondents
for the outside preiis bad been per-
��� mltted to send oui true facts in the
first instance, there would not have
arisen the necessity for subsequent I
AsnlalB. The city through the mis-;
guided jiiilgmen of a few has received
unenviable notoriety, instead of having thv outbreak merely chronicled in
outside Journals.
The Columbian is to be congratulated on the completion of its serial entitled   "More     l.etlei_i,"   which   ended
willi   lhe Issue of  Marcli   IM.
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CHRISTY'S   FELTS
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50
Big Shoe House
Run your eye over
Today's Shoe Prices
GET YOUR SPRING SFIT AT
\H YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
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Windsor  Hotel   Block,   P.  O.
New  Westminster.
Box  644.
Westminster's  Horn. Paper.
REID & CO.
COME IN TODAY
BOWLING   SCHEDULE
The schedule tor the second series
ni the business league has now been
d awn  up, and Is a. follows:
March 22 Oroci ��� i vs. u. c. Mills.
March 24 Hardware vs, Carpenters
March 26- Real Estate vs. H'dwaie.
March 20 Carpenters    vs,    H.    U.
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NEW LINES OF MEN'S OXFORDS
Men's velour oxfords, creased vamps,
military heels and very stylish, per
pair ....$4-00
Men's patent leather oxfords, an Am-
ericr.n shoe, made on the Sirdar last;
all sizes and widths, $4.00 and $4.50
MEN'S OXBLOOD  BLUCHER  CUT
Oxfords with merry widow eyelets and
patent leather facings $4.50 and $5.00
fcee our lines of men's buckle ox-
for'ls.; the newest shoes on the market.
Men's patent leather bluchers, with
mat kid tops, pointed and broad toes,
pair $4.50
Men's gun metal bluchers, military
heels, oblong eyelets, a boot worth $6
a   pair.    Our  price $4.50
LADIES' SPRING SHOES
The shoe world alwa/s blossoms out
with new ideas in women's shoes at
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather oxfords at $3.00; patent bluch
Irs at $3.50; finest vici kid boots.
$3.50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
See our line of men's patent leather
boots which go today for $5.00. They
equal the average $6 and $7 boots.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
;n of the Big Electric Boot
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
THE STORE FOR
CORRECT  CLOTHES.
Select    your   spring   su't ear.
Sir���select it now.
There   never was a better UllW
for     spring   styles    are just in
from   the     world's
best tailor
shops.
Choice and handsome ga
all   blooming    with    nev,  sty's
features  and  spring freshness.
Correst  models  and fabrics
j   su th*
middle-aged    men   and   an
swell   stunts  for dashing y<H*��
dnessers.    SUITS
,rr,aentS,
to-
$10
TO
$35
Several  odd    lines
of s��i(S
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
GRAND SPRING EXPOSITION AT
The Cash Store
We have spared no effort or energy to make this store the very shrine of fash-
ionin this district    Not on y are our goods the acme of mode., it"-a br^ad
��     of thoroughly dependable quality, judiciously purchased and last but
o least, honestly prjced. Our facilities for buying are as good as anv Imsiness
house in the West.    We are tied down to no particular manufacture?5 We buy
where we please, and more especially where we get the best goods and as a
consequence can in many instances undersell the bigger city stores, which are
handicapped in having to pay enormous rents and otWbig expense    All we
want isa fair and impartial comparison.   We have proved our claim in forme?
years and throw down the gaunt et again.   Our big connection and increasing
trade has been built by giving our best attention and honest value tn our pat-
rons, rather than by any statements in the press. f
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ELABORATE   DISPLAY   OF
Women's Suits and Coats
,t is now universally conceded that the high stage of perfection that ready-to-wear garments have
attained to ensure their being worn by the woman who desire, to look her best. It is absolutely
impossible to obtain the style In any other way. Our suits are designed by experts. Men and
women whose yearly salary for the product of their brain and ingenuity is a small fortune. Our
tailored suits and ccats this season are more chic and prettier than ever. You are cordially invited to inspect them.      They are going very fast.      A word to the wise   is  sufficient.
COMPREHENSIVE  SHOWING OF
Misses7 and Children's
Wearables
Never were we so well able to cater
to the wants of the young folks as
now. If it is a tailored suit or a
coat, 0" a sailor suit, print lawn,- or
evening dress, we have it, and just
what you want, and at the proper
price.
Have you seen our Children's Reefers?   Prices $2.25 to $7
Just arrived from  Germany the dressiest and swellest line of children's  and  misses  coats you  could
possibly look  on.      They  sell on sight.      Quite a number of new  ideas  in  the  styles this  year.'
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Women's New Sailor Hats,
Children's Galateas, Tams. Etc.
Tne first showing of. women's plain
sailor straws; children's galateas.
tarns, etc.    All at popular prices.
Some Snaps in Prints, Lawns,
Muslins and Ginghams
REAL INDIGO DYE PRINTS, 10c YD.
Over 50 pieces of dainty wash prints
and check ginghams. Prints are navy
ground, with white spot and sprig;
��det ground with white spot; white
ground with colored polka dot, etc.
Fast dye and warranted to wash. All
at- pe-* yard 10c
Dainty new dress muslins at
10c a yard.
About 80  pieces  of  pretty  new mus-
lin�� in a    galaxy of    designs, sprig,
��'a.   polka dot, etc., each  one  dain-
''���r tn.-,n the other. All  at, yard..10c
MO yards Victoria  lawn at 9c
36-i'ict,  wide,   nice, fine   quality.
'000 ya,-ds   English   long   cloth   at   12
yardsf��r |1.00
h to-lnch wide, fine cambric finish,
,eady 'on the needle. Price as a spe-
C'al offer- 12 yards for $1.00
Grand Display of New Prints
and Ginghams at 15c Yd.
Are you aware that right here in your
own town of Westminster you have
over 200 pieces of print and g.nghams
at 15c to select from? We question
if there is another store outside of
Toronto that could give you such
choice. Crumm's English Prints,
ONLY Scotch, French and Canadian
ginghams, zephyrs and chambrays, all
at, yard 15c
Pretty Panorama in the
Dress Goods Department
This department is teeming to over,
flowing with good things properly
priced. We have here material to suit
all tastes and pockets. Beautiful mirage cloths at 40c and 50c: serges 35c
to $1.75; broadcloths 75c to $2.50; prunellas, wool, satins, faustinas, etc., at
$1.00 and $1.25 per yard.
A Special in Black
Peau de Soie Silk
Regular $1.00 quality for 75c
r\ nice satin finish in black only
Messrs. Bonnet &. Co.'s make; very
suitable for ladies' dresses, coats and
waists.      Per yard 75c
Ne* Ribbons, New Laces and Embroideries, New Belts
WATCH th,s SPACe _or INTERE8T|NG,  ,tems     REmember. we never ADVERTISE ANY
ARTICLE   UNLESS  WE CAN   PRODUCE  IT JUST AS ADVERTI SED.
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City News
-a- ,. Hughes ol the militia d.part-
mfiiv Victoria, waa in tbe city yes-
terday,
A good appearance is an invaluable
asset,  not  ,.  luxury,  but  a necessity.
Ring up !,_7s :,n,j j,.- us r_novate y���iir
! clothes.     Royal City Dye Works     **
h is tin. Intention of the ii. C. E. it.
to  lay   heav.   steel  on   the  suburban
tracks, ami ;i start was made.yester-
i day  mi  Columbia street.
For lirst-class cut nower_ and any
kipd of Floral work, telephone
Ddvles' Greenhouse. B208. *-*
For table decoration, and wedding
bouquet ���a specialty. King up Tidy,
the Florist, 184. **
The Trader brought iu yesterday 10
ton- fm ih.- tity and 38 tons for up-
rivi points, piostl*. fertilizer from
Victoria. She also brought 23 tons
of lime l'or Gilley Brothers, and i i
ton- or feed foi the Brackman-Kerr
Milling Co.
For Westminster waterfront real _s-
tat.     ii  . i ��� .   pages '.' and :;.
Follow the want, to rent, lost and
classified real estate ads. on page 2.*'
Everyone Interest! i in baseball is
Invited to the annual nje^tlng of the
New Westminster club, Russell hotel,
f  |    i.  Monday. March L-. **
As a result ft" tin- meeting of milk
and cream shippers held yesterday It
was resolved to approach the C. P. R,
for cheaper freight rates on cream and
milk in this neighborhood. T. Foster of Wbonnoek, was elected president. II. Payne, of Matsqui, vice-president,   aid S.  H. Shannon, seer-tary.
Under the auspices of the "Zephta"
of St. Stephen's Presbyterian church,
Dr.T. Wardlaw Taylor will lecture on
Scotland in the days of her reformation on Monday, March 22nd, at eight
p.m. **
For miscellaneous wants and classified rea] estate ads. see page 2.
Kootenay valleys were used to picture
the work of tin- missionaries In thai
part nf th.- . OUntr* .
Don t   forget   ihe annual   a,        ._   (.i
the Westminster Baseball club
Hotel  Russell    on    Monda;
March  22, at  8  o'clock.      Everybody
interested    in   baseball    cordiallj   invited. *���
S*>ocial today, $2.60 fountain pen tor
$l..r.0. These pens are made and
guaranteed by the I.. E. Waterman Co
See <iur window.     Horace Dorer.     **
Special evangelistic services wlll be
held    at  Queen's    Avanne   Metho
church on Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
! nesday evenings of next   week.
J.  S.  Clute  and  Marshall   Sin
will open    a  real estate    offlc ��� next
week in the rear of Mowbray's store,
Columbia street.
Tin- Am rican bark Jantfte Johi
���will go out at high tide tinder the
pilotage of Capt. Rogers this morning,
���aiih the assistance ol the tug Lome.
: The latter will th n rei ��� to take
the Lord Shaftesbury out on Sun.lav
The  West   Side  school,  now   !.iv ��� :���
as Vi>* Lord Kelvin, will be moved to
Mis    new     quarters     on    Thursday,
j April 8.
The  Sunday  school   convention  for
'.New Westminster district, announced
i to take place on March' 2:' and 30, has
been  postponed  to a  date  to  be fixed
1
STAGE STORY OF SLAVERY
INTERESTS tilli AUDIENCE
Old   Favorite  Draws  Good     Crowd to
Opera   House���Characters    Are
Cleverly   Personated.
|T!iis  will  probably  be  a. out the beginning of April.
I'ncle Toms Cabin drew a large
audience last night, the senis being
filled with people who are as a rule
uot regular patrons of the theatre.
^Though the story of little Eva and
uncle Tom was written considerably
more uhan thirty years ago, populnr
int. rest is still keen when "the angel
child'' is billed to appear before the
footlights.
v.i tain it is that Blsa Suilni personated Eva last night in a reraarka-
nidy touching manner and won the
; miplause of the bouse at every entrance. The four acts of the play
rail over the well known ground with
the familiar characters of St Claire,
s,|'.., Legree, Aunt Ophelia. Eliza,
. ii . .te., not forgetting Topeey, to the
full amusement and entertainment of
their audience and truth to tell siui-
dry sniffs and sobs were hoard during the pathetic scene of little Kva's
death.
Several good stop dancers and the
antics of Topsey relieved Lhe more
somhre portions of the piny and the
transformation scene with Eva in
glory awaiting her faithful servanv
Tom. was very effective.
SPECIALS
S pieces in Mission finish, price $51.00
8 pieces in Mission finish, leathers-eat chairs, price     $53 53
S pieces in Solid Oak Mission finish,
consisting of i B��ffet. i Combination Chiffonier, 6 Leather-seated
Chairs,    1    Extension    Table    (8
feet), for   $100.00
Tnese are genuine bargains.    Call and
investigate.    Everything at lowest pos
sible prices.
W. E. FALES
SEE
WINDOW
Tin- plans of the new block to be I
built by Mr Thompson on Columbia i
Btreet are at the Dominion Trust Co.'s
Office and any per.-on desiring a store I
in th-' same might call and obtain de-,
tails about rental, etc., at office of _
Dominion Trust Co., city. **
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
Th.- funeral of   tin   lai'    Florence |
Esther Latlamme took place yesterda;
fl.ini St. Peter's cathedral to the Catli- When VOU Want
ollc cemetery, the pall-bearers b ilng
young men of Coquitlam, where deceased resi led. 'l'he Rev. Father
OBoyle officiated, The floral tributes seni cam.- from Mr. and Mrs.
Quilty, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. ,1. 1'. Scott. A. E. Corbett.
and A Hoy, sprays: Mrs. Sheppard, A.
R. Millard. Mr. anil Mrs. L. R. Scott,
crosses, and .i wreath from the young
men of Coquitlam. The pall-bearers
were .1. Haiuia. "A'. Wilson, W. Marshall. C. Millard. A. Mouldy and C. I
Cooke.
Illustrating his lecture with over a
hundred lautern views. Rev. Dr. J. H.
White  addressed   an  interested  audi-1
ence  yesterday    evening    at  Queen's i
Avenue Methodist church on "Mission !
Life in and out of B. C."    Dr. White
discoursed on his experiences ln the
mission fields of the province, dealing
more particularly    with logging mis- ;
sions  and  work    among  the  loggers :
along  the coast.      A number of fin.-
views of the Okanagan, N'echaco and
Phone 97
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, I CprSSc
Jersey cream, large ran, 2 for .. ..25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 26e lot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRIC_S.
Adams&Deans
Now
In...
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY '
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE   OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
SULPHUR
Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, ErH)4��_*td,
is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, bul
it has become famous for its prtmpt and liberal settlements, as the
following letter will show: .t
A. W. McLEOD, Marcil  ll, 1.00.
Agent Railway Passengers   Assurance Co.,
City.
Hear Sir���I beg to acknowledge receipt of check in full payment
of my claim for accident which occurred to tre In January last wh-...
playing hockey at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few days ago, I have
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt man.-or
in which It has been dealt with.
(Signed) _. REICHENBACH
H.    SMITH>S|CURTIS.
re-Summer Announcemei
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles  from  50
Cents up.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of ail kinds, their policies being the most I'beral
and their premiums low. Before starting orl any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking  let m* place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000,000
ALFREiD    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
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TUH1  DAILY  NEWS.
-^..wnuMY,  MARCH
20, 1.o��i.
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COWAN
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COCOA
CHURCH
(Maple l.K\t
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IS MADE IW CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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First get her answer���then come to M*.
My  Rings for engagements she surely should see;
Diamonds and Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tartes ef Westminster girls.
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THE CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT METHOD
OF REMITTING OR RECEIVI NO MONEY TRANSMITTED BY
MAIL.      THEY MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE
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SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $t  per  day   up.
Room  and  tca-o 12.50 per day up.
r ���lorn  with   bath  1250 per day  up.
Room with bath an_ board $4 per day.
AI] outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
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Foreign Drafts
We sell drafts at the lowest rates on all :he principal
points in Great Britain, France, Germany. Italy and all oth.-r
European COUntrflSs, also on all parts of Asia, Africa, Australia,
New Zealand and Mexico.
Bankers' money orders sold, payable at par at any point
'n Canada.
Collections made at the. lowest  rates.
Tht
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Ivi '.   Ful] ani complete stock 'Irani*, i    e, In all the "i ry
vi;-.    :. 1    t th    lowesl   po vibl"   pi ll .'11   in  and   In-
otiblo to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
SERVICES I
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this colum.
Indicates that no copy lias been turned i
iti by Hie _Kls.3r or 9t_,.r responsibly*
party.)
Sunday, March 21.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.,'
Regular services at' 11 a.m. and 7 p.m, j
Sunday school and Bible classes at!
2:30 p.m. Morning "What would Je-1
siis Do?" evening, "Another Step on
the Way."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L. (
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p- m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Rev. S.
Everton, of Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Church, Vancouver, will preach in the
Olivet Baptist church of this city, next
Sunday morning and evening.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.
A., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. Tuesday at
S p.m.. Morning, "The Golden Rule;"
evening, "Frustrated Plans."
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser-
j vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
j school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Morning, "The Danger of a Negatlvi
Religion;" evening, "The Redemption
of the Church life."
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted ia the 9. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a.m.. Holiness, 3 p.m., Praise meeting, 7.30 p.m.,
salvation meeting. Capt. E. McMillan, officer Ln charge.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Shildrlck,
rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m., Mat-
Ins 11 a.m.; evensong at 7 p.m.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph
C, minister. Services at 11 a. m. and
7  p. in.    Sunday school -t 2:30 p.m
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday S p.m. DuDdonuld school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, H.
! \v. w. Bromwich, East. Burnaby. Services as follows: East B'irnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m ; young pwple's ser-
���ice at 7:30 p.m.; ThtiT-day, prayer
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
R. M. Thompson, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Class meeting at 10
a.in. Preaching at li a.m.; Sunday
school. 2:30 p.m.; evening service, 7
p.m. Mrs, Ada Forman, evangi 11 it
ST.  PAIL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
l I-Al. -Rev. A. deB. Owi n, rector, s-r-
vi. ��� at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Cora��
] munlon Br I Sunday In the month attar morning service.   Prayer meeting
'- on Tlmr day al 7:30 p m.
Slater
oes
i
OUR STOCK OF THE GENUINE SLATER SHOES
WAS NEVER SO LARGE, THERE BEING NO FOOT
TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE FOR US TO FIT, HAVING SIZES FROM 1 IN BOYS' TO 14 IN MEN'S.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW SLATER VENTILATED SHOE? IT IS THE ONLY GENUINE ONK
OF ITS KIND. SEE IT BEFORE BUYING YOUR
NEXT PAIR. ONCE WORN ,YOU WILL NEVER BE
WITHOUT   IT
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SOLD   IN  THIS CITY  ONLY   BY
j W. E. SINCLAIR j
J The Reliable Shoe Man    '    I
LCOLUMBIA   STREET, NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C     A
>��M__i|��Mi|��HiJ
A_y available iXuulnion.i_���,
in the railway be,,, ,B ai^
bia,maybehome.i,-u,i,jh   .Uolu*'
who is the sole bean ot[lf^
any male over 18 years ot age !* ��'
extent of one-quarter^uoV;""1
acres, more or less. w'
Entry must be made ,
the local land off!,-, ,���r,,,,      . , *'
which the land is situate.  Z? "
Proxy may. however, be i_ide oa;l'
tain conditions by, he :_,ber|lnoli"
'son, daughter, brother or sister 07a'
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is req.!red ^
form the conditions cornier^ iZ
with    under   one   of the   ��,������,���.
plans: '
(1) At least six mo_:ts'Maiden*.
upon and cultivation of t_e land i.
each year for three years,
(2) " the father (or mother u ^ |
father is deceased), (j* the how
steader resides upon a farm in ty
vicinity of the land entered fas tn,
requirements as to residence may I
satisfled by such persoa residing w,
the father or mother.
(3) if the settler has his pe-j^,
ent residence upon farming land on.
ed by him ln the vicinity of his horn. I
stead, the requirements   _5   t0 Z J
.tJence may be satisfied by   reslifoJ
, ^ upon the said land. I
Six months' notice ic -riling..n'i
be given to the Commissioner ol Do_l
lnlon Lands at Ottawa of int._tlo_,J
apply for patent. I
COAL.���'Jeal mining rights ma; A
I lea_ed for a period of t**Pu:j*��Deyi.*-.|
j at an annual rentiti ol Jl pTar*.|
Not   more   than 2300 acres sa.1' t*|
leased to one Individual or .-ompaij,!
I A rovalty at the rate of flre cents p-l
! ton shall be collectei cn   the  ml
i chantable coal mined.
W. W. C011Y.
. Deputy of the Klnlfter .t -be inienorl
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
THE HOME        PA P-M
Is   the  Paper  Tha,  Prints All
the     Ilon.e     N*>-��*;
The     Daily    Stwt
10c  a   Wei
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betwee;
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business een-81*0.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC, and  the MARITIME I'RO'VINCES.a ftjk-
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via iliaprara Falls
For Time Tables, etc.. addreM
CEO.  W.  VA'-X
Assistant Gen'l Pa   engei  and Ticket
Ajrent, 186 Adami ^.. Viw-.r.-. . 111.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer  Limited,"    St.   Paul   to'
Chicago,  "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
Chicago,     -South     West     Limited"!
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in th-* service on an;
railroad in the worM that equal In
equipment thai of ihe Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Tiny
own ami operate their own Sleepln
and dining cars on all their train- and'
give theli patrons an excellence or
lerylce nut  obtainable elsewher.-
ii. s. rowe. Oensral \
13*1 Third Bt, eor. Ald<-r. Portland, Or
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
IN -
THE        DAILY NEWS
Wc-tmlnater's Home Paper.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND -OU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains livery Day in the Sfear
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF KAMI.
THE N'ORTH-Wl-STKHN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant-
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equipment ooMlets of private compartment  cars,  . landind   10  BOCtl   n   .-le, p-
luxuiiouB dining car,    reclining
'     ir can   (seats  free),   modern  day
ichi    and buffet, library and imok
an,
For   Tin-e  Tables,   Folder-:, or  any
:     'v.- information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avcn'ie, BeattlC Wa h,
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
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MARCH 20,  1909.
THE bJklhl M_WS.
rENDER
F0R RED RIVER BRIDGE.
uu-
, tenders, addressed to the
Seal V and marked ou the envoi-
H8"    ,,for   the    Red    River
we '*-"���.������ be received at the.or-
Commissioners ot   the
' ta)   uailway    until    U
W��sc .  tla. gth day of April,
Wanted at^ Once!
100 MEN
pac_.si.vi::
| bfi il.1'
of
o'clock n<*�� ou
Uir constr
*'��� 8��tfeel ami  concrete
.1.   -n.'ll; -    '���'
uction and erecJon
I oi
the
bn.ige and
Red   river
iloullaco,
to-
r'l loot of Lombard Btreet
Iter witb &r��dlnS dUd U1",r0aC"
f! over streets In Winnipeg.
tie tenders must be submit-
"��*   substructure  with  other
UiU-perscnedule and for super-
���tntcture.
Plan', detail
s    ,,,i full Information obtained at
__f_n it i'ii "' * -_.
Tofflce of the chief engineer at Ot-
M ajao :,   the offlce of  the
at   lit-    Boniface,
and profiles may  be
una.
[strict
Kan.
engine
notified Unit
tend
J. considered unless
on thi upplied hy the
l(Blgl ,���, i maybe had on
,        ., to Mr. Hugh l). Lumsden,
'!                  ��� ....t.  Out., and   M.
K    1',,.1.111 '      ' ur'"' l'r.       St-
elface, Man..
r!l tender must be Blgned and
Hi | by all the parties to the ten-
j-j- ��kv,   i,  and   be accom-
e_ by an ace ited - heqUe on a
hft; j bank of the Dominion ot
i. Commissioners
|il���. Transcontinental Hailway. tor
.inn of $115,000 ut substructure
.'other work as , r schedule, and
rtlie Bum of $25,000 for steel supcr-
and floor.
_,.  <-:;,,;';..-.      !��� ' ��� - Itvl       by      the
\ly n'ho6e ti ndi r is accepted will
debited to 'be credit of the Re-
|T"T-Gfneraj of Canada as security
1 the due and faithful performance
? contract according to its terms.
flues deposit, ii by parties whose
��d��rs are reject- i will be returned
in days after the signing ot
I e_tract.
tie right is reserved to reject any
I ail Udsiaoin  C   ..oglcOthe ao
lull tenders.   By order
P. K  RYAN, Secretary.
^Commissioners of the Transcon-
Railway.
)fe_at Ottawa, Gth March, _9_9.
vv-   Inserting    this adver-.
without authority from the
v.��� ''. will not I s ; ah. for it.
2?rm,��������n. and see th. splendid bargains la new and second.liand
furniture, as well as m,ny othe_ m,
cles of many klndS| inc)uding
ers, incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
arge altohorn, guitar, autoharp violin, etc., etc. We have some splendid walnut pai'k)r furnUure.
cheap. Come and get good value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Secondhand Store
Just received-a .shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machin-
ery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on  the Wheel"
MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeast
in the World
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
t_ VV. C.llett Co.. Ltd
Toronto, Ont
Choice   Hams   18j
AT THK
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.race 'Phone  18_.      uarn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   deliverea   promptly   to
any part or the city.
Central Meat Market Ligh'^.HeavyHaulins
-��_-       -'_-��� I1V.I OFFICE���"I RAM   DEPOT.
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   37tt
BOWELL & ODDr. Proprietor*
If Spring Goods for
(dies and Gentlemen
1 -litlful line   of   material     for
|r-tic costumes and suitings has
arrived.
npuantt ������ fit and good
Bd_U : -hip.
ING  YUEN
Kwar10 On Wo &  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnes    Sts.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $127.
up.
Silver Watches, gent.-' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin j
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer j
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
suits made to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite  Windsor Hotel,
I   MARKET   1
|  REPORT    |
i v 9 ��� ���,���;<���. ��� v n ..4 ,+.i+X+X+*+.<
There wai a good auction sale, wiih
liome line horses and cows, wagons, '
jand farm machinery offered at the ���
wttl-'y market yesterday. Business
'���v:ts brisk, all lines being short of
dfraand with a satisfactory attendance,
Meal was wel] supplied with, a fair
supply of  beef,  which all sold.    The J
'.s.itii-ll  offering of  Iamb  and  mutton j
was shefrt of demand, while   the llm-;
Red    quantity of    veal  was   readily''
bouhggt up at old figures.
The supplj of bogs was fair, the demand being better than for some time j
fE-tst.
The demand held good for eggs,
With a response equal to the offering, !
^ntl with tin- expected drop in price, j
Poultry again sold freely, fowls easily ;
b-elng disposed of, and chickens had i
a brisk call. With a small supply)
dacks rea lily sold at advanced figures.
The n s] oi se tor firm stock In apples was encouraging, there being a
libera] offering, considering the time of
year. A fair supply of potatoes all
sold at quotations. Many flora] offerings reached the market, and found
a brisk call, The market showed a
healthy advance.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, SU to ii'-'-c;
forequarters. CV_ to 7%c; mutton, 13
to it; lamb. It to 15c; veal, medium,
11 V_; large 9 to 10c; pork, M-_ to 9c;
eggs, retail, per doz. 30c; wholesale,
25c; butter, retail, 36 to 40c; fowl,
per dozen, $8 to $10; chickens, $7 to
IS; ducks, $15. apples, per box, $1.50
to $1.75; carrots, per sack, $1; turnips. 75c; parsnips, 75c. beets, $1;
j onions, per sack, $2._5; potatoes, per
ton. $25,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400.000.00
RESERVE          11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York. Chicago and Spokane, IV S. A., and Mejdco City. A general
banking business   transacted. ��
Letters of Credit issued, available with corresponden's in all parts of
the *.vorld. ��
Savings Bank Department���Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards, and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.' -
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   6.   D.   BRYMNER.   Manager.
I Lawn Grass Seed I
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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P. O. Box 171.
Tel
Res. 429.
Fraser River Service'
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
PALMER     j
P.  :
P. O. Box 665
�������������������������������������
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SAT
URDAY.
at - a in., tailing at following points;
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Sllverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Mat.-qui, Mission, Hatzi.
Dewdney, Nlcomen Island. Sumas and
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO,   Lt.*
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
BROS. TWO
AND FOUR
CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
1 1-2 to 25 h p., 2 and 4 cycie. Best
value on the market. Engines kept in
stock at
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
-rl��� _....d avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av����ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie
38���C. P. R.  Station.
42���-Small & Bucklin Mills
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manurai turers and Dealers in AU Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
Interior Finish,    I timed Work,    Etc
Fish and^Fruit Boxes,
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
J-
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. - New Westminster
���p-
.. Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
[This is the
fe
Loot ..
'""'I mak.
ortuntyll
Henry', catalogue
"" I'OUr order for
ac|tic Coast
Tested Seeds !!
Hint-, is,
IT-,...
kjr Supplies, etc
I    "'Bay agi ��� ���
IJ'Nam;,,.
play-
miloy you,
"ligation. No
ofcustoi
You
"PRESS
THE   BUTTON
WE D0 THE  REST.
IHENry'S!
Jurserics I
���*������.' w ';::,:* ���, 8-"-
,0,v" Branch Nur
8outh V,nC0UVCr
lh
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New  Westminster at 5:50. 6:60, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:80 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:60, ~-20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car-  have Vnncouver  for New  West
min .or at  S:00 and 0:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    ther.'after    until
11:80 p.m.
Cars loave New Weatmlnster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
���I-h i-f-I**r"H*-i,4-
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
Ill I. HIIKh SATISFIES
lilt. PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily Newt Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
 < ��� f     ll
Nursery,   X
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0,,ERA
HOUSE
BOOKINGS.
.
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l\
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ui ���
ford,
'or power,
..I-, "':  ��� '    b
a,n��erbred Man,
Great  Northern  Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:15 a.m.; ar. Seattle t p.m jjj^t..?~H"H*''fr444MMf-wHwH'
Lv. N.W. 4:115 p.m.; ar. Seattle 1" l'nl j "
Lv. N.W.  12:10 a.m. ; ar. Seattle
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 am.; ar. N.W, 3
Lv.   Seattle 4:25  pin.;   ar.   N.W.
P-m- N.W. 6:20
ynopti*     of     Canaaiau     Nortri-yVe$i
Homesteaa   Regulations.
Any even nuiutierea suction of Do
minion lands Lu Manitoba, Saskatcb
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 aud 2.
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of 5
family, or any male over 18 year, ot
age, to the extent ol one-quarter section of 160 acres, mure or 'ess.
Application for entry jiust oe
aiade in person by tho applicant at
* Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-
igency for the district ln which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
10 we ver, be made at an agency on
.���ertain conditions by the father, mother, sou, daughter, brother or sister of
nn intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to per
j (orrn the homestead duties under one
of tbe following plans'
(1) At least six months' residenc-
tipon and cultivation of the land In
Aich year for three vearH.
(2) A nomesteader may, if he BO
ipslres, perform the required residence duties by living on farmiu)*.
land owned solely bv blni. uot lesa
than eighty (-0) acres in extent, ln
the vicinity of his homestead.   Jolni
���J*Iownership In land wlll not meet this
requirement.
(3) If tha father (or mother, tr Un
T father is duct-used) of a honiesteailer
j. rus permanent residence on t-__lB|
���!���' land owned solely by him. not loss
���f' than eighty (80) acres In extent, In
TI tlie vicinity of the liome. .end, or up
J   .ii a homeateiul entered  for by him
Eastertrook Mill
Eburne
FLOUR !
llling  Company,
N B. C.
FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal.
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
 $5.00   "     "
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 933.
i
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot flre when a lot
of poor coal s-uds out ro heat
at all. It Is economical to buy
our coal, because It is clean,
goes farthest, makea most he_t,
leaves very little ash aud COata
no more per ton than poorer
grudev vv. deliver it to any
part ol the city. Full w.-lpbt
aiwa... -     Telephone  your  order
to us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������
7:15
p.iu
9 56
Lv. Seattle 11:80 p.m.
a.m.
ar.
lu the vicinity, tuoh homeatft_d_r may
perform his own residence duties by
llTlng with the lather (or mother).
14)   The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding  paragraphs  if  defined    as
Tues
G, n, R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on
it 6 P-i"' t0
p.tn.. (n-
day at 10 a.m.. returni
city.       Leaves   Thursday.   '
Animated
THE
Pictures    and
Songs.
LATEST   HITS  OF THE
SEASON.
rives In city Friday 8:45
a.m- heaven
arrives
Friday at  3:60 p.m
Saturday at B am.
Leaves Port Qulchon  al   '   '"'
Tuesday,  6:30  a.m.  0-     1'"lill;l
6:80 a.iii. Saturday.     Arrlv
Oiiieimn 6 p.m., Thursday
Ity
Edison Theatre
! meaning not more thnn nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive of the width
Illustrated01 roa<1  allowances crossed    In    the
I'measurement.
(6) A homesteailei Intending to
| perform his residence duties in ac
cordance with the above while living
' with parentB or on farming land own-
led by himself must notify the agent
i for the district of such Intention.
81x months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Do
on
nd
,i Pori
nod Fri'l-'\-
Prograin changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee for
ladles and children, Saturdays at -:3t)|mjn|oa Lands ut Ottawa, of iutentlon
p in.
Admission,  10c.
F.
Children, 5c
���to apply for patent.
\V   w   CORY,
L. KERR, Manag r.     Deputy of the Minister uf tr"�� Interior
,+++++++++++++*
Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
station.-" will run every half
hour from 5:60 a. m. La.^t
car loaves at 11 p. m.
I.ASI car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot ever)
twenty mlnutos for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
City   line.
City Line: Tars leave tram
offlce on tbe hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commenclnf at 6:20 a, m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minute- niter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes alter
the hour, commencing at 0:110
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
rwe.n S:10a, m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry/Co., Ud
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEW51
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PAGH EIGHT.
THE   DAILST  NEWS.
SAT""OAy. ���ARCH x
A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling out [
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
PR OOF"
THE very fact that there are
more Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranfea
sold than any other jange ��n the_J
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Doot You Want the Best?
Tbe Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but It doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDgRSt)N & LUSBY
Amateurs or Professionals,
Minto tup Must Be Defended
(Continued from Page One.)
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
To h
tier  !
op ho
the!
to s��
���ep your sons and daughters unite home roof a piano or graph-
���p is the greatest attraction, and
irk of one sends th.ni e]88W]*ter��
���k .ntertalnment. ,;"AV have t_en_
on pasy
terms, also sewing machine.-*
for the hous.-wife.
i H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
i
These household ne-1
Pessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
The Pearson Electric Co.
iS . cessora io T. Mowbrey
Klectric Work?)
BANK    0.     COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Ppstoffice.
' ���' fl  i'i
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Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures and Supplies
I "Wiring and  House Furnishing, Armature   wiring   and   Motor   Repairing   a
i Specialty.   Phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
___ "''*' *   '
 /.��%_
call ih-' attention of that .body to the :
matter of penalties on the field.      In
by judgment   ihe custom of Bending'
a man to the fence for two or three !
mlmit-'K j-; simply putting a premium
on tricky work���penalties of five, ten
and twenty  minutes would put a pe- i
riod to  much    of    the    rough  work :
which now spoils the game for every I
lover of trut sport.
The attention  of that  body  should
also be called to the need, the most
i
urgent need, of th. 13, C, association |
at the present time of referees who i
have sufficint strengtn and courage to |
referee a game.      The    unfortunate i
things   that   disgraced    the  game  on '
two or three occasions last year was,'
not   due to    bad blood    between   jj_8
players sd Vouch us the result of ;n.
competent   refereeing.
The association mua��f tCe t0 lt tnat j
only competent ni?_ aM appointed to
the impotrant ^��\i0n, and by competent I mji&n 'somethtokg more than
lubber^p. Udlfterently i-__d the field,
bluing t __ whistle occasdonally, a_d |
i| pock-ting the fee.
_ hit-an tha management of the game
from start to finish. Firm, impartial deatfng wi-h offenders, cutting ou;
unm_rclln.ssly the use of the wood,
giving the players to understand that
only good, clean lacrosse will be tolerated.
Then having appointed such offlcnv
the association must take firm ground
in their support :&nd stand loyally by
them  in  tbe  right.
The question as to wether we ar.
to remain amateur or step down, to
professionalism    will,    doubtless,   receive your thoughtful consideration. I
trust It will  _c given such an answer
as will put tbe quietus on the subject
��o far a,s New    Westminster- ia con
cerned.     We have reached our present enviable position as amateurs. Clour side that should bv sufficient answer to those tempting us to professionalism.    Ek-sido,  one of the things |*j
that every lover of true sport should |
set his face against like a flint, ia professionalism.      When   you   substltute
the    "what-is-there-in-it for-me"    spirit 1
r>>r the love of the game, you sound
the death km-ll of true sport. j
There may be difficulty ahead in ou.- j
determination    to defend    the Mlpto
cup against all comers.     But I do no: !
ihlnk    that   having    granted   us   Per-J
mission to play for the cup, and hav- i
any i
���efuae i
even I
I
ing at great expense secured lt,
���
union would bins permission
so unfair as
to    def. nd
to
it,
?&?
WE HAVE-A^t. "f-INDS OF
Toilet Requisites
Of the Be|t Quality.
t. a. Muir
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGQISTS.
Ellar^  Block,  New Westminst.r
agalnst professionals.     There should j
be sufficient latitude in amateur rules
to permit competition for national .or
international trophies and for d< .t.nii-
lng the same where secured, without,
endangering tnelr standing.
Gentlemen, I thank you for the hon-
or of th.- position it has been my prlv-
liege for two years to occupy, and for '
the  loyal   support  given  nie  ln  that
position.      I. trust my successor In of-j
flee niay hav.- us good a time, and the i
club a most successful year.
BREAKFAST  IS READY.
25c.
Hani
Sliced Oranges.    Rolled Oats
Poached  Eggs, Boiled  Eggs,
and   Kggs.   Bacon  and  Eggs.
Plain Steak. Halibut Steak. Pork
Chop. Mutton Chop. Veal Cutlet. Sal-
ynon  Steak.
Bread,      Butter.
with   Maple   Syrup
Coffee Milk
Ranch    Eggs  used   in
Toast,
Hot   Cukes
Tea
Only   Fresh
this Cafe,
THE ROYAL CAPE.
New and Stylish
Designs in
Ladies'
444+44+444++++++++++++++++*++++++++++++++++++++++++++
An Ideal
Blouses
Farm Home
PRICES' FROM
$1.25 to$7
A  NUMBER  OF   SLIGHTLY   SOILED
BLOUSES   FROM   50c   UP.
We are offering for   ale an Ideal farm home In the Fraser vai- J
ley.     There are mi acres ol   hi richest alluvial soil; .0 acres cleared J
lalance very ligln  brush,   it Is convenient to town, water, mains t
i     ihe door, mui water is pumped to the buildings.     We offer thl f
���:i      for only $1)000;  half cash, balance ai 7 per cent, X
Here's another only four miles from town; 80 acres; 60 cleared. T
Thl   Ig a mon��y-ma_lng Investment,     Price $8000. I
To rent���100-ao_e farm     0 acrei cleared, and free from stumps; J
lialnni      good    pasture     land    There is o first class orchard on the T
.,;>  from which lasi yea   i ver $400 worth of fruil  was sold;   20 +
...... i,-, fall wbeai.     The b ulldlngs    are    good.       It   ����� an   ideal J
A. J. BIRTCH :
and    Mill    farm    nni
1118,
... v-nniker    to    any  one,
"THE   WHITE  HOU8E"
275 Columbia Street
.
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""���wa F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. wl	
New Wt-<ttn-ngter, B. C,
ATTRACTIVE AND
SERVICEABLE
s Goods
LOWLY PRICED.
mention here a few of the most popular lines
which have fouiid their way into the Dress Goods
Section during the last few days. You may become
better acquainted with the values to be found here by
a personal inspection. Ask to see these new lines,
They denote the best values procurable.
Striped Armure and Plain
Armure Cloth
In navy, brown    cardinal, green and
Cream.      Per yard    50c
Fancy Striped Foule
in narrow, pattern   Btrlpea,     Colors
navy, brown, c&rdiri--,        Per yard65c
Fancy Wool Plaid*
in dark shadings ol brown, ii-i-r-u and
navy.     Per yard W��
New. Shades in Ca*hmeres
a    complete    raii��*      r_.w     lu   siock.
Shadt_  of navy, ���br.'^Ti, green, cardi-
n.u,  black, cream,  etc.      Per yard
 50c arxl &5c
Self Stripes in Suitings
1_ to 48 Inch suiting-' in ihe popular
colors,- medium weights. Shades or
green, navy, brown, i-ardinal. taupe
prey, black and gr.., etc Per yard
 90c to $1-00
Satin Striped Voile
Black only in bieayy " wifIght narrow-
stripes.     Per yard $1.15
Cream Coatings
Such materials BS PANAMA, heavy
serg.-, mohair, Bedford cord, broart-
cloth, etc., ln the prope- weights for
spring and summer coats. Per yard
      ..90c to $1.50
Brocaded Linings
A highly finished coat lining with fancy design on tine body. A most desirable and serviceable lining in
every rPspeet; H_ inch's wide. Per
yard    60c
Special Out Sizes in
Ladies' Skirts
An attractive line of ladles' ������.mama
skirts in .black ani navy, made ln 7-!'-
11 gored; plain ^tyU with fold of
same material. We have had these
skirts mad<* especially to order wiih
waist measure ranging from 2. Inches
in lit. Inches; lnlengths from 36 to 12
Inches,      Kaeh $7.50 to $12.50
A Superior Qualify Cotton
Table Damask
75c per yard
72-lnch whits cotton tabk damask
with a permanent high linen finish
winch ia guaranteed to launder In per.
feci style Damnsk of this grade is
superior t<> Inferior UnenB, Try a
table length, You will be well pleased
v. ii li ii for every-daj use.
72 Inch Curtain Net
���lust arrived several pieces of white
tvl colored bobinet or fish net. In
greai demand for curtains of svery <i''-
vripiion.    Per yard 35c to 50c
4.+++++4<,4*4444+444ki
New Linen Suitings
Here at last
We  make  this  statement   becausi
the fact that dozens ol our customi a
b_tv�� been  Inquiring  ri gardlng them
trom  time  to time lately,     w.   .
now   showing   a   complete-  range ol
Ptriped wid   plain   costume  linens in
Bhades of   OREEN,    BROWN, SKY,
MAUVE, Copenhagen blu��  and
Per yard 35c to 50c
WHITE INDIAN HEAD
Per yard 25c
8T.��IPED   INDIAN   HEAD
Per }->u*d 35c to 45c
Manchester Galatea
Suitiags
in  strir>rts.    Shades ol brown,
lawn and blue.      Per yard  .   .       35c
The Millinery Section
ANNOUNCES     THE     DISPLAY    OF
MORE   NEW   HATS
++++++4444444+++++++++++++++***********
New shapes, new Bowers, ni
ments,  straw   braids,  and  Otl i
mings of every description
rived  stnea the Grand  MUHnerj d"'
pin:      Those In chargi
busy   turning    oui   hai
styles which are models hard
lingiilsh   from   lh.-   >   .. :
hath.    The adaptation   of
Bull your requirements, th
hats so that they art wlthii
of every purse, are featurei
'thoughi out and are whfl   make i
Millinery Departmenl   o
Then again there is placed
here an Immense ran'-'-' of '
,., choose from In the matching as
making up of hats to your ��
,,,.| now when you hav B��0- BllOlO
and leave your orders early
++++++++++++++++++*********'** z
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK-
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