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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B, C.
LITE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
Volume ��������� kumbbr n
CANADA GETS BEST
' CLASS Of SETTLERS
NEW WESTMINSTER, B: C. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Iminig
nation Now on Most
^factory Basis-Many
Bxpected From South.
Ilt-'riug   Wi'St-
..( -That Lbegual.
iVini-i. - "
|,��� of lie Immigrants
!, Canada bad I n very much im-
Lauring the past two year., that
����� tti 0f the newcomers
Fe       .,.,,,   nv   18   much   greater
LVwlafew; ���ndtliut
1     ' pectswe xcellentloraw.
.. .-Bovemeni of the beat -___��� ot
P��, w Canada this spring were
Knts emphasized by J- Bruce
b!h. commissioner al immigration,
f��l_urvlew. Mi. Walker was a^k
Lhl v. D.-H done in the United.
gMd Europe to Induce the best
|lwes of immigrants io remove io
L vaciut land, of ��,stern Canada,
.v., was reason to be-
tj,e remarkable ln__x of
ffould continue. In re-
said;
PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN
NOW. BEARING H.UIT
Secretary of Board of Trade  Receives
Inquiries From Michigan���ii.ti-
tuteof Metals to   Extend.
Th,
fell '.
j, ii,,. eoinmisslonex
judging from the thousands of In-
itiri,.- which we have received at the
Wg offices of  the   department,
inl the ' ports  whlcb   "��  have   r^
Iwd from agents    In  the    United
ties, Great Brlta n .md the eontin-
I ���j E0,  .,.���   i  bave  no  hesitation
saying that the year 1903 will show
my peal law     ���  over the corre��-
K>adinp rear.    -00 of course  under-
Uuu in the year 1908 the gov-
.nmietit ol Canada adopted stringent
Entires to ' h*c_  -migration.    K_
rjjjy thi    in '.vie nt    nf    certain
lass's ot people to 'his country.
Prohibited the  Extremely  Poor.
'U virtually prohibited the entranc-
o Canada el  Such  people  as   were
nder th. care of boards of guardians
Steal Britain, and such people as
k being assisted to Canada by cer-
b charitable organisation-.   It also
ade it necessary between Dec. i and
'ed. 10 that all adults  entering  the
iu       hould  have   $50   in   their
MttlO.  Ud thftl   between  Feb.  13
d Marrti 1 all persons entering the
untry sbou-d have $25 in their poa-
ssion. The resnll of this action on
tot tht governmenl was that
ere wtu a considerable reduction iu
eemigration from ('.rent Drituin dur.
g the fiscal year .'ind from all cause.
ere rat ., .:.    , , ���,.  jU   tlint    year
Mating to is ���,.. cent, as eompare.i
���'h the prei .,,,-.    While there
*��� h{r. a large  apparent   decline
W�� -fas no loss in  tne i ettl menl
Canada o| the very bi B!  clans 01
ltticrs' and il ment liable to be-
:-'       irgi   on the  resources ol
e country was totally eliminated.
",! is "1- -.   that durin-*  the
"I year thi i   have been admitted
'(itbe country wry few people who
�� pu ilii   . harge  in  years  to
M. or with whom this department
1 hav.. to v |
f !bi-'' " lolley, w>. have
ie new secretary of tin Board ot
Trad,.. C. II. .mart Wad- has opened
his offlce iu the Board of Trade room,
City Hull, where he may ������ round
during offlce hours. A larg, number
of Inquiries are coming to hand, and
the secretary has jio-t-j them on a
board which will be kept up-to-date,
lt is hoped to make tnis oi .-��� ��� ,ie. to
thi real estate man and oth n particularly interested in getting In touch
wiih newcomers, in this ��� mnection
Jt may be mentioned that no i-.-s than
than four imjuiri.-s have _e_n ���������>ivi\i
from the city of Detrdl One inquirer says the Canadian * .eminent
-flic,- in that city could vi-. bim no
Information about liritish Columbia at
all. Current literature' wlll be -.-nt
forward.
Mr. Wade has taken ip :).,- matter
of a complaint of the residents of
.Surrey with reference to th�� guide
piles at the mouth of the Serpentine
river, which are an obstruction to ibe
navigation of the river, and h.is written to Capt. Gaudin at Victoria.
The inquiries Included letters Horn
a firm of cutlery manufacturers in
Sheffield, Fng , who want nn agency
in this district, and from tb.- Institute
of Metals, of England, which s��� Ks
membership among the metal and allied trades.
Chinese   Returning   From   Orient.
Victoria, li. C. March .4.���The
home toniing of th- largo throng of
Chinese who wnit borne for 'he New
Year holidays, has begun, according
to advices from Hongkong. The
steamship Empress of India, now en
rout.- lias 435 on board and "h-3 steamship B-Heniphon will brirg over BOO.
RUSSELL CLUB SECURES
EIGHTEEN BALL Pi AVERS
CANADIAN-MEXICAN     'BIG CONSIGNMENT
TRADE POSSIBILITIES  OE OPIUM FROM CHINA
I
Vancouver  Merchant   Says! Last Shipment of Drug Al-
i
British Columbia Desires i    lowed to Enter America
to Improve ReLtions. Reaches Golden Gate.
HNIdHTS OF PYTHIAS WILL
DEDICATE CASTLE HALL
According to A. S. Thymic, of Vancouver, British Columbia, for 20 years
a wholesale dealer in glass, in an interview at  Ouadalajara,  Mexico,  Britsh
.San  Francisco, Marcli  21.���The last
shipment oi opium that wlll enter the
United States with the knowledge and
sanction of the federal government
arrived from the Orient nn the steain-
Columbi.i merchants and manufactur-v-lnp China yesterday, It consists of
ers are anxious to open trade with i ";: tins of the dream-producing drug.
Mexico through the port of Manzanillo ' ���:ilULlJ u- $750,000.
and an. willing  to do bverythiig In
their power to promote this trade. He-
states also that many of those who are
Within  a  few  days  and  before  the
next  liner arrives from  the far cast,
j the new law, by the   terms of   which
the importation of opium in its com-
Importers from Englanl will in rutu_e paratlvely refined form is absolutely
have   their   goods   shipped     via     tbe] prohibited, will go Into effect.     It will
be the beginning of a season of great
j er activity for customs officials, as the
days of opium smuggling are likely to
comi
Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Mr. Thynn-   .and  wife    stopped    In I
Ouadalajara on their way to  South-j con ....
ampton, England, via Mexico City and
Vera Cruz.    They made the trip from . resting PLACES AT
Vancouver to Manzanillo on board the j A.-Y.-P.  FOR 50,000.
Georgia,   of    th*     Canadian    Pacific! 	
Steamship    company,      Mr.    Thynne!
choosing this mut.- in order to invcsti-1
gate   trade  conditions in  Mexico.   He '
believes  that  the  opportunitites    for
trade   between   British   Columbia   and
Mexico  are  very  extensive. j
For years Mr. Thynne has been im- j
porting  from  England   by   the    Blue
Funnel  line, via the Suez canal and i
Hongkong,     tbe   ��� cargoes    reaching
England via the Isthmus of Tehuantepec and steamer, and he estimates
thiit he will receive shipments within
S -attle,  March 24.���Fiftj   thousand
persons may   .,  conii-ortabl} seated ;iT
joue time at the Alaska-Yukon-.-aciHc
exposition    grounds    when  the work
i now under way is finished, and as
I man- more, when weary of sight-see-
I Ing, may find resting places on tiie
Bhorea of the lake, Ln the groves and
On the grassy slopes. Every nooR
and corner of the grounds wlll be
equipped with seat or settee, so that
no matter where one turns, there will
Large   Gathering   Expected   This   Evening To Take Part in Ceremonies
Prominent Speakers Will Attend.
JAPAN UNIES HAVING
SPI1 IN AMERICA
4"> days, a saving of one-haif in time. ;
< Ik- a n-sting place, ;tnd never tar awa.
will be heard a bubbling fountain.
BOTH SIDES SATISFIED       ABSCONDING CASHIER IS
WITH WAGE ADJUSTMENT I   ARRESTED IN LOS ANGELES
Winnipeg,    .March    LM.    The i-onl- i -.
Castle Hall, the Bne new building
on the corner of Lighth and Agnes
streets, which has cost upward ot
$20,000, will be dedicated to the service of the fraternity :,y the Knights
of Pythias thla evening with lining
ceremonies.
The arrangements toi the e\ mt
have been carried out by a joint committee of the local lodges, Royal and
Granite, While the Pythian Sisters
have in charge the supper which will
be subsequently _erv<.d.
Over ,100 members and friends a re
expected, from all the neiglrborint cities, including a large delegation from
Vaiiviiiver. the Uniform rank from
that,city attending, m the absence
of Grand Chancellor Brown, of Ross-
land, It is expected fast Grand A. It.
Ferguson will be the principal officer
conducting the c-remotties. At the
public portion of the dedlcaUon a number of speeches will be made, among
those who have accepted Invitations
being Premier McBride. Attorney.
Gen'.al Bowser. J, a. Macdonald, M.
L. A., Thomas Gifford, M. I,. A., Mayor
K.ary, Rev. Dr. Taylor, Aid. Henley,
Aid. Jardine, Aid. Adams of this city,
and  Henry Anstie of Vancouver.
The. reception committer in charge
J his evening consists of J. M.ihon.-y
(chairman). Louis Witt, W. S. Woos-
?er, W. Wolz, C. Hilton. W. Leeming.
! A.    McDonald,    A.    Macintosh, G. T,
'Reid. A. Innes, T. H. Bar ... roe and C.
j Stein, secretary.
The dedication committee is com-
: I��osed of A. H. Ferguson  (chairman),
T. Hembrougb. S. 0. Tidy. F. M. Eddy,
! AI. W. Minthorne  and F.   P.   Maxwell
|(secretary).
The building,  which occupies a  lot
1132 by 66 feet, has be.n fitted up with
every convenience for the work of the
Government | rands as False
American ��ible Alleging
to Have Pi | ed Charge.
__ 'St _
Tokyo, March 24.���A San Francisco
s;��� clal to The l.ulidon Times, whicu
has been r. cabled to Tokyo, Sl /s -hat
it has ��� v-u completely proven that
Japanese residents of America are act.
ing as spies. Hut it adds, every
country, even the United States, employs men like these."
The Japanese government officials
have requested the Associated Press
to make ti categorical denial of the
charges. The officials of the foreign
office said:
"The statement is absolutely witn-
otit foundation. As far as Japan is
concerned, it is considered a siliy
canard, which Its mischievous SOUn ���
alone entitles to be dignified by the
alone entitles to be designated by tbe
term dementia."
HONDURAS ARRANGES
TO  LIQUIDATE  DEBT
Tegucigalpa, March 24.���Sir Lion. I
Garden. British minister to Centra;
America', has cloned an arrangement
with tlu* government of Honduras for
the settlement of the foreign Load-
holders. It Ls understood that payment will _<��� made with the receipts
of the Honduras lnteroceau railway
and wharf .it Puetro Cortez, and eu.
toms duties. Honduras agrees to
pay ��40,000 yearly for forty year-.
Tbe amount claimed by the bondholders wad ��.1,367,570, with an accunii.
lated interest of about $100,000,00.,
for which. Honduras received flfty-
swen miles of railroad and ��1-0,00'.'
paid to the government for debts and
working materials.
Page Three.)
TRYING TOME
EUlimilM TREASURY
!������.  (,-ta
I    ''     .
Iran. Jur.
���
'���
'���' -	
i
a   . ;    Follow-
to the local
li.  noi n. .���..���
'day arc , ontlnulng
���   . OUI -������   vK.'ii
leh    has disappeared
Although s..v-
foiinerlj     mem  , is ol
ihe  ' slme ol
Promise  of Classy  Sport  Trus   Season
Will  Be  Made Good���Sefect
Captain on  Saturday.
The Russell Baseball clu i was formally organized at a meeting held at
phe Russell hotel yesterdaj evening,
when the following oft.ee .- were
cl-cted: President, EC. J, Fader; Becre-
tary-treaaurer, Arthur Sinclair; manager, ('. O. Mil-' an. The txecu Ive
committee will be nam. ; ���>' 'v
���tain wil. be selected Buturdaj afti r-
noon, when the Brst ������ am ; i ic l< e ol
lhe elub takes place at Queen's park.
The uusseii elub has elsl   en pia)
ers sinned on, Includlni batti ������
lea, These an- the boys who will maKe
life mlserab e for the otbe ball-biff-
ers: Peele, McPhall \ ��� Itchers;
McRae, Buckland, Clute, catchers; V.
Sinclair, lb.; Makln, 2 .. F ���! i->",n
Alex Robertson, sa.; C ,; McLean,
3b.; W. N. Windsor, Sn II D<
Ball, Smith. Watson and Turn i
outfielders
Los Angeles, March 24��� Acting un-, er.-ift, and flpieH-TTS the latt-st ideas
ence between the coal miners ot der*instructions from tbe detectives Of I in fraternal society structures. A
Southern Alberta and Southeastern Winniivi. the local police hav,. ar- skating rink ln the basement has been
British  Colum .ia und  the coal  mine;      ...        .,    .    .    , ,      ,    __.������_ In use for some time,
. resign   lit*,-..   1. re.l     1     I ,',���    .,li-.<'inulinn .
op< talius    reached  an  amicable  conclusion at Macleod, Alberta, last nlghi
that there will be no strike.     A final '
settlement wil: be signed today, both!
sld.s being satisfied with th..- adjustment  Of the wage schedule. The luin-
. ra gel higher wages and better hours.
MAN   SIXTY   HOURS   IN
OPEN   BOAT  AT   SEA
I'.-sted   here  Fred.  .\.   Lee, absconding
cashl r of the Northern Crown hank
in Saskatoon,   Sank.,   who   gut awa
from there with  $70d0    a  i<\\   weeki
ago. _ Willi him was ll woman with
whom lie fled, and the polk-,- are holding her. Lee comes from Ontario
and  had  been  indulging in   high   life
iM   "''   l,nUr,e  t,,wn- I George    W.   Beach.   Building    Shingle
Insiiuctions regarding1 Iris extradition are expected shortly from ("nil
ada.
v LULU ISLAND ACREAGE
FINDS BRISK MARKET
.San   Di-go,   Cai.,   March   .'I. -Attn-   ���
having been at sea in a boat for more  CATHOLIC ORDER IN
than   sixty   hours,   John   Kdwards,   of
l,;i Jolia, was yesterday rescued by ilk-
tug
Mill,  Offers  to  Clear  Streets���Inquiries For City Lots.
FLOURISHING   STATE
Fortuna and returned to La Jolia.
Kingston,    Ont,    March      24.���_'tt9
where he received a demonstration by j
almost   the entire  population  of  that   h��*s of the Catholic Mutual Benefit
place.     He is little the worse for hlsjasshclation for *.0S have been closed
harrowing experlencea.   Edwards wasjand passed upon by the grand council.
driven to sen in the gale of Sunday. , The membership is    over 22,000 and
The Coast Central Mill Company, ol
Seattje, of which G. \V. Beach is president, the company which his bought
nine lots on Lulu island iiniu the city
for the purpose of a -hingv mill.
Writes to the Council offering  to ten-
the surplus on hand Is over $400,000. der 10 elear lhfl <*'- '"���"���s ''"*'' ^ilil"
During 1008 benefits totalling $27!I.OOO ! sa'"'- when engaged on Its own prop-
were paid. Irrl-V' havln8 le' ;l oontrvst    for thai
  purpose,
Mr.  Beach further suggests the In-
hing iin- monopoly of
Postoffice   Inspector   Drops   Dead.
Chicago, March 24.���Robert W. M<
\i,.... 60 years ot w. a veteran post;
office Inspector,    and    Knov S    as  the Japanese  Diet Completes Work
'���Anthow     Comstock    of   Chicago,       Tokyo. March    24.���The    dfel  will advisability of
��� .,,���,,',,, ���i of I.-ar:  disease while  complete Its work ..might and official- cr<>B8,n8 the """'  LuIu  l9land  l,r"li;"
^���alldng In State atroet yeaterday. His   y adjourn tomorrow      The aesalon,!wItl " '"       ': '"'   ��"���'
...,,.,, was confined almost entirely to  now nearlng Its end. is conslderefl to
���(eeplng  objectionable  muter om  "'   have been  barren of remits,
the mails.
MUSICAL TREAT FOR
RESIDENTS OF LADNER
Mexico City Budding Burns.
M, kIoo City, March 24.���The build-
\|. tided   lhe
iracliitg,   facilities    .-,
industries on the island.
No less than Ave applications were
mad,- yesterday al the Cltj Hall to
purchase lots on Luln Island for bulld-
II
xumliied,
,i   , |
Hghl   i.n   .b,
co
Ac
''tot ni',,, j
Rilaln ��|
wi:. able to Bay
l;"   '"��������������� bul could noi
II disappeared
If���	
ED|t^-L  CACTUS.
Pttllrt
'   Nngeu
I*", mi
lva|s Achievement of
Lu,^r  Burbank.
d
li
A   large  number of    the  pasteboards
were disposed ot yesterdaj    "��� '""<"'
and  -'veiling.
���FENCING"   OPERATIONS
UNEARTHED  BY POLICE.
Brewery  Trust  Falls.
Montreal, March 21 - Tin- efforts to
Mr,,, a brewery trust, to   include all j ln�� PWPOSes fmn,  tbe city holdings.
vi portion oi
Jd  develop-
On every hand the ���
Season  ilck. is  were Issued  yester-  [ng Q. ,,h, rllilI11b,.r    0f    Deputies In  the breweries of tha province of Ow-  v " "; r> "'","
By M,���i are b< Ing Bold   ���-   ���        '���'     Mexico Cl - was burned to the ground  bee, bave fallen through, owing to the ' ",p l8,and " s l0W,ng
Ives  ul   the  four clubs iii  the leaue.    ,      rday      ti,��� [oss is estimated nl   Union Breweries of Montreal demand- j rmi* ���
��]50,000, as the archives and records lng $80,000 more than their property
di  troyed,
w as appraised nt,
VENEZELA   WILL   NOT
TOLERATE   MR.   CASTRO
Wizard
V,
.'"'"���I	
Wolf,.
���'' mil,,.,
' I Oh   24.���Spineless
���  hand of nature and
ported   by W. L.
ReiW,   Nev..     March    24     '       ""'-*
thai under the gulsa ot coi       ��� ���'��� ���>
hotel  iu   Reno, George nnd   '
Elklns, wealthy hotelmen, bave ���
the Inl '
III   :"l"",
I" the Sierra vi l�� :'"'"'ish luxuriantly
1'i.i!
uhi,
' M:"''' ranges In weatei
I
"-t several ot the
'""Is In  i..
*�� the
]" '.�� -' ' ""''" plant la edl-
plneU ""  "'���'':i'm'
m 'hai ;n
' fru|, .,,,   ''���'"���' bears u In-clous
'��C    ���������������
1 b eg fields or
'"'1   for   .  Ittle.     Ho
for iiiontlm acting as
lei for thieves and robben
arrested   George     B1WM      "'       ""
ranch .���,������ town, which II I
found has been  lhe WdlD
vast itiinniiiy of merchandl
have   been   stolen   from      ' v
warehouses in this city.
Portland Offered Big Sum
For 10- Year Liquor Franchise
A bond of $10 1,(100
Licenses
iv .
Pr.sbyter.an,  Subscr,
Toronto,   March   24
which  the  preabyterlann ���
Poi   ani. March 24.���Offering to pay for the t<-n years.
!���,,i(land f3,8S6,000    for an ixolualve is offi-ivd with a franchise.
ear  liquor  franchise,  to cut  the are offered quiUK 11>  In :i Iv
dty'a   saloons     f,om     440  to   260,   to The iiilviiiio- ol the prohlhltiiin  sen-
no saloons in any residence J tintent in Oregon is said to be respon-
���   to keep saloons closed from slbk- for the Gothe*       ��� orgnnlzaUon
,,���d to have the corporation Itself held here.     With a ten-year franchise and
.ntonight to 6 a.m.. and on Sunday*, a charter framed to v iiidat,- it. Port-
responsible tor   violations,   the Port- bind   could   not   be     ���    !   '':
Innd Gothenburg association has b��s_
formed-      Eighteen   petitions  are   In
circulation    calling for    at. liiitiatIv<*
.,, ,, on the propos-d monopoly.     The
association lire keep-
.���hlch  the  Presbyterian* , lt,��� -n.-hlnd the a*_otf
avo been asked to I I .���,_ fhefr identity B se
n w buildings for Knox
000 has already I '��� s"''"
secret.
The revenue offeri d Is M000 n
day
ir
enough votes arc obtained the ques-
tion will be submitted to a vote at
the Juno election, the association to
take Charge of th" ��aloon b"*U]' s��
in i:.|i). Qenernl opposition by in-
dividual ���iii.ionm. a and their fri-nils
is ��� xpected
Bordeaux March ik.���The Venezuelan consul here waa yesterday officially advised by Jose Paul, the Vc-ne-
zue'an minister to Berlin, that Castro
will he arrested if he attempts t<- land
In  Venezuela.
Ladysmith Wants a  Hospital.
i.adysiiiitb.  March  21.--Much   interest is shown In the proposal to build
a   public   hospital   in   Ladysmith,  and
.lie mooting called by the Citizens
lA-ague for Thursday next should be
well attended Representatives from
all societies, churches and public institutions are requested to attend. The
Inconvenience of Hiking patients to
cii ii,,- Nanaimo or Chemalnue for
treatment  has  been    severely felt in
Mir. past, and the -rowing needs of
the city make ii li"spli il dose nt linn,]
,n necesalty.
On Tuesday evening, April 6, Gaul's
"Una," an allegorical romance, will
i|e rendered by a choir of 45 volc< .
uud,.]' the dii'c'tion of T. R. PearBOrt.
/.it this city, at Ladn,r. This cantata is based upon an episode found
in the greai allegorical poem, "The
Faerie Queniie" by Kduiund Spencer,
the Puritan ikw of Queen Elisabeth's
time. The subject of this work i-
the union between holiness or the
spiritual man and sacred or reveali
truth.
Tlu- concert is under the auspices
of the Ladles' Aid of the Ladner Metli-
odlst church, who will spare no paim
to make it a great success.
Ther,. will he a moonlight excursion from Wcstminst-r on the evening
of the cantata, per steamer Transfer,
leaving for Ladner ni 8:80 o'clock.
ENGLAND TO BUILD
NATIONAL   THEATRE
London Mar, ii _i There w-a_ _
an. Ung ai the Mansion house ins.
evening to further the plan tor thi
construction und endowment of s national theatre, Tin- oommlttea In
charge has dectdsd thftl 12,500,000 ,
necessary to ihls end. The lord
mayor announced that nn anonymous
donation of 1876,000 has been proi
Isell.
OLD   WHALING   HARPOON
EXPLODED IN STOVE
Victoria, March 24.���Stirring a Drill the oilii,- stow with a whaling bar-
poon, George K.nt of Kent's livery
Stable here, was badly Injured by th-.
explosion ot the charge In the Weapon.
Tli-. injured mini will lose a leg I
the result. The harpoon he found
in a vacant ibid at the rearjbf thi
(table It Is on.- of a type long obsolete, but the dormant charge exploded When exposed to the heat.
To Stop Waste of Fuel.
Washington,   March   24��� The   gov
ernmenl has taken important step; n
stop   the  waste  of fuel   resources  01
the country by making a test, or th.
conl of the Rocky mountain region at
the geological survey plant in Denver,
Colo., the purpose being to determine
what  coals of this region aVe capable of making coke that can be u
by the great nietahirgleal Intercstr. o
the West.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Thursday i_a���
*Y' MARCH 25
_01
Uassi
vertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL   ESTATE.
PROTESSIONAL.
BUSINE.C<-..
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
salesman
Man    wants    but    little    here    below���but  he  will  have  to advertise  if he expects to get it.     Advertising nay not bring  visible  results  every week  in proportion to its cost, any more that    _    _ai(
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all  fours there  is no longer any  doubt.      "When  the  dimpled   baby's hungry,  what   does  the   baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and  merely   sweetly  coo;   tne  hu
bellows with all its little might till some one gives it sometning to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which stills its fretful cries, a lesson   plainly   teaches ��� it   pays  to advertise." ��� Chicago FUnJ!!. baby
y     necord-Herald
UNOLEUM    LENGTH    FOUND   ON   _-    _.    PALES,   THE   FURNiTURB B' C' MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS
Twelfth street. Owner can have !
same on applying at once at city police station and paying cost of this
advertisement.
ROOMS TO RENT.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster,
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
FOR   RENT���FURNISHED   HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue.
GROCERY.
ROOMS TO LET IN THE BURR
Block���These rooms have been entirely renovated, freshly papered,
heated with hot water, gas and electric lights in each suite, all outside
rooms with good light, prices moderate. Dominion Trust Company,
Ltd., Agents.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE  IN   GRO
ceries, phone 386.    The Pine  Food I
Supply Grocery,   I     0.  Box ts  1
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 210 SIXTH ST..
opp. Queen's Avenue Cuurch.���
Home-made sausages a..d rolls, heaj
cheese, etc.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C. HAM BER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
ancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 796
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW.  ARCHITECT.
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
33DWIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT-
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCiil
tects. Guichon block. P. O. Box
772      Phone 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACiitiC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, he,.,
supplies, etc. 1010 \\ eatmlnster
road. Vancouver, and bl . ich nursery at  South Vancouver,
PROFESSIONAL.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for |4. Home.
conking. Meals, -short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
5B6, phone 384.
TWO v'ues, live miles out, at a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken
ranch al small cost; $300, h nn. .
FEW LOTS in the best part of Burnaby at $125 each, f,o by 150; easy
terms.
QALVIN,
men's   tailor
in ladies' and
���"'; lub
Exclusive
lng and   ;
Phone  B350
ii   _ort
wi
Pattern j
Press. I
hoMm
Fraternal Societ
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone 1124, P.
O. Box 442.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon I ock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster,  B.  C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up pli ine
183.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone  64
WADE, WHEATJ_EIl & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Wbealler, W.
G. Mi. juarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne Btreet, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), a*id the Vancouver office is at No. 6, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings str.-,t west.
ROLLER   RINK.
PYTHIAN   SKATING  RINK,   New   K
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes Streets.
Hours:   Morning,    10    to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 1 '.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE ,SHIL_-a _ CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store next to telephone offlce.
STORK��� On Columbia street, Sapper-
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.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD, REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
PEERS & RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
speciatly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P. ii. Box 158, phone 364.
DIAMOND    ..    OORBOULD,    SIXTH
Street.
FOR    SALE���HALF    MILE    WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $0 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in ;i year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
FOR SALE���125-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.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
���es
I, O. O. F.���AMITY i_OD(_E, NO 5
The regula ���       3
ire held ln Oddfi li m' hall. Colli
bla  street, , .
at 8 o'clock.
..!',
fvenltj
= OSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND  B c"1
Red  Rose 11. '���fll
Fourth  Wed! ' .  ,h,MJ|
In  K  of P   H H|
t p. m.. White M
Wedneadaj ,,j
time  and   plac.. '
j--\m
'AFC -L P_L,V_RY.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND    SUR-1.
veyor.      Ellard block,    New    West- |
minster, B. C.
RING UP PHONE 1S3 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Par-, i d divery.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estate. Insurance,
loan.-, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
F. NASH. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 ami 0 Hamley bloc;. New Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; besl work
reasonable prices.    Phone 55, P. O.
box   112.     Daily   News   Block,  Sixlli
street.
THE    PEARSON     ELECTRIC     I    .
dealers    j_    eletcrlcaJ    machinery,
fixtures  and supplies, hous... wiring
trmature   wiring,   motor   repairing,
etc.     Bank   of  Commerce   building,
phone 331, P. O. box 028.
FANC'i   POULTRY,   EGGS,  ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 125. Puro-biY-d Cookrela for j
sale.. Barred Rocks, White, Brown !
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wi|i.. your requirements.
FISH AND GAME. MKg   c   ,.   _���<���-____��_ ex-pupil of Carl-   I.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,  ROOM
lotta  AntclII, R A. M., London, Eng.,      Mouldings,    Burlaps   and ' Sanltas;
BENSON &  AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,      and of Q. IV Sims, .Mus.    Bar, Ox-      house painting, kafcomintng,  paper
Game,  Vegetables, etc.    Begbie st.,      ford,,   England, wlll  give  lesson-  In      hanging     and     decorating.      Sixth
o*v   Windsor Hotel. |    singing and harmony, '    street. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plant- and specifications
pat.-d.
MUSIC
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE. ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(O'V r .lo'.ni-ton's snot- .-tore). Car-
bo l and platinum portraits, interior
an i commercial work, amateur
wo       etc.
. APER   HANGING AND   DECORATING.
.1. J. JOHNSTON, DIVONT B_OCK,
Columbia street, phon. ifiiv
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus Sapperton; es and terms very reasonable.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY.
Columbia street, near tram offlce,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, suburban
traits, farm lands, and chicken
ranches.
WE HAVE TWO FINE LOTS, a double corner in the West End, near
car, for $200 each;   terms.
WE CAN DELIVER YOU 5 nice lots
near Twelfth street car, opposite Orphanage, for $250 each; a third
ca.h, balance 6 and 12 months.
A 3-ROOM HOUSE and a cleared K>t
COxlSO feet on Eleventh street, tor
$700, on easy terms.
WE HAVE A FINE BLOCK of 21 lots
In district lot 53, 66x1112. lane at
back, on opened street, for $2200;
east terms. This is n snap; 53 Is
selling rapidly.
FREEMAN
BUNTING,
ROOM
10.
Brine block
, Clarkson 6treet      P
0.
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
lei ters, etc. Province offlce, Co-
himbia street.    Phone 62.
u.  u.   W.���FRASEK  LO_
-Meetings thi .
la.    In    ea, h ,1
brethren cord -J
Lodge room. A. 0,  i    W I   |,H|
ftll'jws'  block, d sum
UURT  BRUNETTE., Mo. 4099,
-Meets the K- fri lay Id t
month   at  S  o'clock.  In t_<- s__i
hall. Oddfelli *���
FRATERNAL OR'JtR OF EAGLEsI
Aerie No. 20- -Meets every TuesM
evening at 8 p. in., ia the EigM
hall, Columbia si ree-.. ,\. ciartj
W.  Pres.:   H. Schofleld, S .tetanl
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new a_d secondhand goods. Speck & Crandeii,
near Tram offlce.
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. Hlgh-daas
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WOOOWOHKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store ilttlngs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. liox 254. Phone
473.
THE   ROYAL  TEMHLARS OF TE<
PERANCE meet   ever- Wedaesl
at  8 o'clock  p. tn., In o.dMion
hail, Columbia Btn ��� t
*ONo OF   SCOTLAND BENEFIT k\
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISI
CAMP, 191.���.M,, ���- on thl
mini  Tuesda)  ol ever;  _cmU_
K. of P. hall.   Ch el ������  *
.   O.   O. F.���Royai  City Loage,
���Meets  In  Oddfellows   lift
umbla  Street, every I'v        4
at s o'clock.   Visiting ���-���������_-��
bo    made    welcome
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P Q
ing secretary.
.THER     FRATERNAL    !
include the Unl in i-'     -v
F. and A. M ; Kli g S \
No. 17. A.  F.  and  A   M    I- u'
No. 1160; L. 0. L., No
Sapperton, No,  1683, I
K.,    Court V, N
Brotherhood of Ow's   '���������  v
BOARD   OF  TRADE     .-
ster Board of Tra ���'
Board Room, City Hall, aa 1
Third   Thursday   ol
Quarterly   meetings  on  tbe
Thursday    ot   Femuar).
August and  Novembei   i   *   '
Annual    meetings   on   the
Thursday    of   1>
members    ma)    be   ;
elected at. any monthly or .  * |
meeting.    A. K. White. S-*
I. HENLEY : Choice h
ams
18c
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*,
family  trade a  specialty.
Tel- 113. Office   tight str;.'
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
Al'  THE
Central Me_( Market
Corner  Eighth Bl    in       Fifth Aveuiir
PHONE.   370.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paner,
BOWELl
oen
fro;.i ���������!  .  ..
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CON HAD, CARCROSS, ATL1N,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally train- (except Sanday,
carrying passengers, mall, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and while Horsi>, maintaining
a thorough wiiii. i  -service,
For Information apply to
l. II. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
English Watchmaker
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
, ' i
atcn
[oi i .a v.   V- mi ��12.i";
ii,   I'.'iits'   op '1   '.   ���
open
ai
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
up.
811 v    \
$6.00.
Silver v'.v hes, gents'
$7.50 up.
Vgent    for    Walt ham
watches,
Wa   h       all lng a specialty.
F. CRAKE
��uo   u'-bi-   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEV
v !'.',���<   :
Q���C<��04040*0*CO*0*0v:'������,-i*0-O  0*C>*0*0*0*0*004C.#0*0��0��04Q
\ NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS]
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St.,  Opposite  Market,   New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver.
Phon Id be consult, j if you warn to
M o furniture or an auction condu   ed,
Live Stock Implement auction held
every Friday morning on Westminster
Moiket; and every Saturday morning
en Vancouver market.
New cooking _t*nvo; '! wagons, near
ly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of new furniture half
price. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
al 323 Front strevt.    Phono A-IS!-.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land n>itr
District of Sayw.-r<-
Take totlci   lbs   I, C V
of  Vancouv v oi   'v'-''" :       '
tend to applj
chase the followln    I
Commenclni
the north sh,
I'vrin'
vl il
'
:,��!'
thence followln
southerly,    ffi
easterly back to poi
ment, taking In l-
talning BOO acred men
Dated Feb, ������ '  '
MAKE YOUR APPEAL t. i*J|
through the columm of T��      |
NEWS.    The Morning .
NOTICE.
NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE, TWO LOTS. REAS
ONABLE TERMS.
NOTICE.
New Westminster
District
District of Ni* ^etU
ins��'.
||:il':.'t
port
omimon 1 rust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr .	
MONEY    TO    LO A N
Take notice that D. ,|. McQuarrie, of
I New Westminster, B, C, occupation,
I electric   railway   manager,   int.-ndH   lo
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands In the district of New Westminster:
Commencing at  a  post  planted    at
the   southwest   corner   of   lot 1890, slon to   purcba
ill,-nee cunt to northwest corner of lot   scribed lands:  <'":
1382, thence south to southwest cor-  planted al the
ner of loi 967,' thence southerly, west
oi'ly and northerly to point (,f ��im
mnncement, containing ion acres mor,
Tak- notice, that
Pitt Meadows, i: I
rind lady, intends toM-Pff
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DANIEL JOHN   McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN lv BAGOS,
Agent,
Dated December 19th, 190S,
[ii.i,  ihenci
south 80 chain
thence north
die polnl ol  COI
Ing 160 nor     '"':',;,,���,
HAIUUBT'W,
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\ SDAV. MA.XCH 25,  1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGK .HRKE
Wail Service
,���TEER   BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
! VOUUN        ^ _^ p_:RQHASERS.
,��SNINC
goiiti
���
;n,. right of
i entitled to
T:j- rs .1 .-
and ... _
mil    ...
eai"'       ' b   hoit
| which
tore the   i.m;     |
Canada Gets Best
Class of Settlers
Of   cl-      :.
.-. ' mail--.
land _���'���'*
.    _y  way
uf
, ��� substitute and must he
poinU"lI,: ' v the Act.
Cl
a 5 of the Volunteer
timi ., pr0Tide8 -nai
Dcjnty -��'*��� ' ,.,.,.,. of a vol-
. ���'
j!
II	
��� .   right of a
so *""'p" the appointment of a sub- j
d or recognized
jtltu'e .    ,,,���   the   interior
M*' ot executed and dated after
��Wch 'S , the warrant for the land
th. J* v��� Minister of Militia
8rtt>��lssue(1 ir of the volunteer.
and D.'-'"''1' lu  ' , w
��� .....  0f Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
ap.|unles.      erwiae ataied, ar-: despatch.
** and ;'     ' ' !   * apt Sunday.
and    re-
C6lVed ' '��� P.        R.        -OUtb
a��d c' ]        ��� ��� ' u       no  Includin
'���'���'    '"���������      ' Sa i,    y a ...
Ml .. ,
Mails Despatched.
C:0CI a- ���    Iclosed at  ... ren o   i
tbe  previous   nightj    \     .    ,,..    vla
Vlctorla ex. pt w . d-
Uwl
C. El-
|NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
District of Surrey
T�� il
that  Henry
for
.... scribed land:
lanted where
|l""1,u'"i, "      "I Sunday;   Clayton,  Mondnv
boundary    of    lot bUo,
\, w Westminster dlB-
intends to   art'
Letbi   following
Commencing at a post
.^ southerly
group t��'0 (2),
trjc. intersects   the
line. iQiloiiKe.
U through section two (2), town-
wpone (Dl thence *outh m rods'
digu east ll     ods   thence north to
|n. 2M feel   south  ot the  before!
jfodoned souther y   boundary of loi |
thence  easterly '
_____u
ii'-day.     ^^^^^^^^
8:30 .i m     V incouver
trie railway.
Sumas and Seattli, Including all L'.
S. Points v. : and south, and points
between New Westminster and Hunt-
tndon, ii.". v L_. c. P. R, south, Coquitlam, Sapperton and Fraser Mills.
8:30 a.m Blaine and Seattle, includin;' all l' S. points eaBt and south;
also all pom: between New Westminster and Blaine, via ti. N. it.
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Clo-
! v,.-r Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, AUu-
{via  and  Kensington   Prairie)    Hazel-
permission to | mf,r(,_   Por,   K<1���s   HaJ1-H  Prairie  and
LAND   DIS-
T.    llirllt
Nicomekl despatched daily except on
quarter section
running    north und
^^^^^^^^^^^ Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Ron Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
urday. These malls ar.- all received
name days as despatched,
11:00 am���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via II. C. Electric tail-
way.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland   and   South   Westminster,   by
?  the said southerly   boun- ' courier  (Tuesday and  Friday,.
05. group two (2), to u I    1:3�� P-m.���Bast Ilurnaby, by courier
2:00   p.m.���Burquitlam.   by   courier.
uallel io   ^^^^^^^
|darj ol loi 505, group two
om'- 6   rod? north of the 49th paral-      _
10f north latitude; thence west to I 2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port GulcHon.
low water mark ind 62 rods distant j Westham Island and Sunbury, daiHy
lrom thi -aid 4.- b paralftl of north ' exc-pt Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Iftlniile; thence south 62 rods; thence Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C.
hit to the point where the southerly 1 Bruce.''     (Steveston  mail   despatched
mnJarv of lot  505,   group two   till land  received  via Vancouver.)
btenects the before mentioned 4V*ih ,    2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    Piper
arall-l of north latitude; then follow- i siding, via O. N. R. north.
h| the said southerly boundary ot lot ���    4;fio Vanoouver and Burnaby
plfi, poop two  (2),  to  the  point  Of   via  B. C.  Electric railway.
omnirnoement, containing by estlina
lion two   nondred    nnd    forty acres
aore or -*���-*
Da:-d at Whiti   Hock.  B.  <���'.  Ihls
plod :. ��� ol February, 1909.
HENRY T. T'IRll-T.
lake,
C. Electric railway.    Saturday
:in  ex'.'a mall Is despatched  to   Vlc-j
toria via Vancouver at this hour      B 	
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.' Deputy of th. Minister of tb *��� Interior
S. points east and south, via. O. N. R   	
"Flyer."
jrnups.k     ot     Caii_a-,_M      i\.ortr,-vV est
Homesteaa   Regulations.
Anj  even num . ;���__, sreuon of EK>-
'.  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 nnd '-'"���
. smeateaded bj
���' who i- the sole head uf a
family, oi   __���   male over IS years Ol
:" ' ������'���tr. oi one-quarter sec-
. more or 'ess.
---P. ucau.u   tor   entry     must     oe
������' '���' ���   the  applicant   at
* Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
igency for the district in which the
iand is situate. Envy by prosy may.
However, be made at an agency ou
.���ertaiti conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
in intending  homesteader.
The homestead.r is rejulred to per- I
form the homestead duties under one
jf the following plans-
(1) At least s;x months' residence
iipon  and   cultivation of the laud  Ini'
each yea.-  tor three years.
(2) a Uomesteader may, it he so
.'.sires, perform tne required residence dutii-3 by living on farming I
iand owned solely bv him. not less j
than eighty (80) acres In extent, ln
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership iu land wlll nut meet this
requirement.
(ID UUie father (or mother, If the
(ather is deceased) of a homesteader
aas permanent residence on farming
and owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in
ue vicinity of the homestead, or up
on a homestead entered for by
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
;*rforiii his own residence duties by
liTin.   v. itb tbe father  (or mother).
(4) _nc term "vicinity" ln the two
preceding paragraphs Is deiined as
meaning not more t_*n nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive ftf the w'.dtb
of road allowances crossed in ihe
measurement
(a I A homesteadei intending to
perform his residence duties In ac
Bordanee with the Bbove while"living
*lth parents or on farming land own-
���id by himself must notify the agent
'or the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
oe given to the Commissioner of Dominion i-inds at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. TORY.
DEADMAN'S ISLAND
KHAN-ED
r
l_
Sir Frederick Borden
Story Tnat J. VV.
Controls b'araous Is
["here v,
��� i  ���
.*.  re in pi   . .,uis > ears
Jjiiiuch   few,.   than
i thou-
t<    ������   sent j
Into i .  ,: .- ing :;,,lt year. We
'   luring the past wmtci
luctl m .11 the nun
i "��� i ��� ��� ��� ���     "; ... ...   Imnii
11 foi  toi d
More  Setters  From   South.
V. Ith ,"'���    nee to the fiscal y. n
i ���      opening  I   would  saj   thai    I i
prospects for a large movement from
the   Vmerican  Si ites   were  never before   -.;  encouraging,   and   the   probability Is that We will have more Bet-
in rs from the south this year than In
ny previous    season.      During    the
months of Januar.   and February we
lhave  r   ��� Ived  this  year more    man
twici as many Inquiries as the correa.
ponding r --iod of 1908, and during the
first   Week  of   March   this   year  twice
as mnny settlers entered the country I ed the Ludgate least
from the south as l_  me correspond-   be  '.ranted  until  th
1 tenies
Wear,
land,
Ottawa.  Match 24.���There    is    uo
ti...    in the report thai  the leas   ��� l
; ...... id   baa    . v u
(erred  from Theodore  Ludgati   to    -i
W.   .Veari
s.    iv, ;. .       i.oiden
: ���       et to tiii   re] on    .,. I
. ��� ���.-. i ., li tter pl proti st   e< i l\ ed
':���  '.   -.:���. .n Mr, Qi orgc ll. Cowi n, M
|P,   fi t- Vancouver, to  Mr,   \Y ai t.and
told bim that the position taken In the
., :t<    and bj  the Vancouver board ol
trad,   was a reasonable ane, that  be
fore tha governmenl would deal with
,'.u  proposals  at   all, he  must  discuss
ruetn wiih the public bodies of Vancouver  ami  gel   their    endorsement.
Absolutely nothing has been granted
bj the government since it first grant-
and nothing will
strong  and   ren-
protest   Bled  has   been  with-
Play Ball
Rubber Balls fro
Lacroaaa sticks
Bats
Maaki
Body
IS
Sac
up
a   ,
up
10c
up
.*.*.'
up
Pr,
.'to,
.1,-1
'<
rt,
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C
mi., week of 1908.   This great move* Isonable
ment  will   continue   during   the   sum-   drawn."
mer. and is due to thre,-- caiis.v, lust       The   minister   further
a  largi   area  of    country    has    been | that Mr. Cowan's attitude
thrown   open   for   sfttl ement   by   the '
Laud ;u ��� of last year, second, a good
crop   was  ban     .<���,!   in   1908  and   the j
price of grain was high, and third, the
wi_) agents of the  Dominion  government
hav   carried on n most active propaganda In the United States.   The men i
i'. I o arc writing for Information and;
who ;ir(. arranging to remove to the
I   .   ;e   pr..vine s  :.i .���  not   from    tii>
neighboring states ol Dakota and Mln- I
Uf -o:a only,  but   ihoy are  from  Kansas,  Missouri, Illnois,  lown.  Nebraska, i
Michigan, Ohio and from many slat.-6 ,
pointed   out
was not no-
I
NEW  WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R  east, Sapperton,
and Fraser Mills.
Malls  Received.
6:4i,  a.hi.    Ulalne ana    Seattle,    in
1 eluding ;.ll  L'. S. poiuLs, via O. N. K.
! **Owl.
undersig-.ed |     9:00 lo 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
fnteads to apply to tne hou. the com-1 by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
tor permission to 8:20 am���Vanoouver and (except
least the undermentioned lands In I Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C Elec-
wto district: I lrle railway.
i itnmenclng .,���  a  ;-oint where the j    '-*.:i0 p.m.���Burquitlam, by
|- ��� ������ i  piin.n^ ut ���  |    3:i0 p.m.
courier.
        -Ulalne  and  Seattle,    in
land west between sections "seven (7)   eluding all U. S. points; also atl points
IUdl      ���. (IS)   intersects the Weat-       1V10 p.m.- East Burnaby, by courier.
erly boundary of lot  Dfu, group two'    9-30 a m��� Vancouver and  Victoria,
��..'..ss.irily  hostile. It was  merely that i
no   further concession  of  the  public
domain of Deadman's  Island  sti.mid
bi      -de by the government until the |
public bodies of Vancouver, the i.ar-1
ti- a   - -t able to Judge, had found that |
It wa-- to the public Interest  that such!
concession should be made.
__________________________________.
GET Voi'K SPRING sin* AT      I
YEE KEE & CO
TAILORS
NF.VV WEUJNGTON
CQAL
[PENNSTLYid-U SMITHY COAL
Um ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers A Prenton
Office,, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P, O. Box 345. Phone 105.
easi of Ohio, and almost all of them
com,, well equipped to begin farming  Windsor Hotel Block, P. o. Box 644,
op.
..lions.
Less Competition.
n former years we had the strong,
competition  but  this competition
Lis not nearly so vigorouse as it was.
Railway companies were inducing people to remove to Wyoming. Oklahoma
'IVxas and other parts of the southwest.   This movement has now to ���'
large  extent   ceased.    This   Is  owing
partly to the fact that the lan,I Is held
;it  too high a  pric,.  and  partly owing [
to the fact that the crop does not com
pare with that  realized in Canada.
Mexico a  Poor Competitor.
'(This year
made to indue
ico.
New Westminster.
ID,Ken Westminster district; thence
fwtei   100 fei     hence southerly and
viu O. N. It.
  10;00   *.*���   11:00  a.m.���Ladner,   Port
���;' to tne westerly ami'Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues-
n;t" ol   the   said   !<>* ] day,  Thursday  and Saturday)   W'ood-
Ientn line (prolonged) run-' w;irji v^._ steamer Favotrlte. (Bteves-
���li-north and smith tnonigh section L^ despatched and received via Van
fjjto (8), township   on.-   tl).   New|e0UTer-l
Imtaluter district;    thence   south I     yy.^   l0   1    p.m.���C. P.   R.   east,
';       ' '    '���   Ij   parallel With  Sapperton, Fraser Mills and    Coquit-
"*''! oundary  of  the 1 lat_'
'li ��� ' olnt Immediately     . ,���,    M    vanc0uver Central Park
C0', ��� ' " ,lH' centre andPraaer Arm.
���   running east or west |    ,.      D>m._SninM   ;,,,-. Sefltt
|-wmrt section
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight Train-  Every  Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
.HE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. it is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleepers', luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modwn day 1:u.m,.rs and fan_ |aj,0rer8 A corp>
coaches and buffet, library and -molt. of wegter_ and eastern farmers are in
'Bg r;irs- . England at the present time, for meet
For Tune  Tables.  Folders, or any[Jng rarmm and explaimng to ���hem
conditions  under which agriculture Is
carried  on   in  the  Dominion."
IAND    REGISTRY    ACT.      J
Ri   tho north portion 17 hy ."1 chains I
(8  i- acres) of   subdivision  18 and
I the north   portion 10 by   chains t.,;
acres), of subdivision   13  of  t����� t  7..
Group 1. map 588, New  Westminster
district,
Whereas proof ot the loss of crti-
Ideate of title number 8780P, issu,.,i In
the name* of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy,
Christine sprott. Fnmcts Kaia Schou,
the att, mpt  has been I has been Bled In this offlee.
-emigration to old Mex-      Notice Is hereby given thai I shall,
Few ar.- going, however, and old *��� 'i!"' sxptratlon of on.- month from
Jjexlco win not appwtr ;is a contest-
ani with Canada in this regard.   Canada is attracting more and mon- atten-i
,tion In the United States as .1 Held
for Immigration.
"From Scandinavian countries and'
from German*, there have been many
|iiii|uii"ies especially  irom a  class of
men, who have -pent sum.. y,t\t, Inj
i!i,. United Suite-, and who joined inj
an exodus fro that country when the ,
panic occurred ln   1907,     in    Ureal
Britain the aguits of the government
ar--  paying no attention  whatever toi
(the  people in  large  towns,  bui  are
addressing    themselves    entirely    to
the date of the first publication hereof, in .1 dally newspaper published In
tb- ��� Ity of New Westminster, issue
;i duplicate ot the said certificate, un
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I- nd    Registry   OtfiCO,    N-w    West
mliv*  1,  It   ('., March 2L'.  1909.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes  Street*.
Hours: Morning, 10 to ni; afternoon,
-:1S0 to .r>; evening, 7:30 to 10,   Adml"
sion uv, skates _r,c..   On Saturdays
in ti) 19,  school  children    und.r    1"
win w�� furnished skate-- for 100 Commutation tickets now on sale Thoin-
A 488,
Crystal   1 neatrc
The latest and moat up��to-dnts
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILL.US
TRATED SONGS.
Programme changed Monday, Wed
nesday and [Frlda.   iftarnoon matin
,.-s  from 2  tO fl        Evening     perform
ance commcncei    .t  ; p.m.
ADMISSION    10c.
CHILDREN   r.e.
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictu���s     And
Sonqt.
Illustrate*
further Information call on or write
F. VV. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wa h,
I
n   I 111),    intersect
nee north along
I said loi BOB
' centra line ol
��� . ts  lilgli-wat. '
��� rly and northerly
i.oni
and    wcst-ii)
! A lot 506 to the
rim,;' tainlng.by est!
or  b'Ss.
Da-.    ���
I "J a, ^tM
nl i.
7 ��� I m	
I eluding all V. S. poln?-. anil
j tween Huntingdon and N��'w NVe tmta.
'ster, vii C. P- R- south; olso Frasi 1
Mills.
Ri   subdivision 11 or Lot 79, Group l
I    \.w Westminster District;   Lots 181
19 ..   d 80, Block I, and Lot l. Block K  ;
V.,    il lng part    of    Lot    t",,  , .u.ui i,.ui
Block IV, N'.w Westminster City:
-.Irl    prOOl    Of   til''   loS.'i   Of   11'    'ill
caii- of title number 10087A, i   m ,i In
the names of Charles BVederlc Bprot .'
Francli  Kaia Schou,   Lucy ChriaUne |9Ja
THE   LATEST   HIT.   OF
SEASON.
THI-
Progrua changed vionday. Wefinai
uay and Friday Sp��.lal ninllnee fo
lndb's and children, i-tnturdays at 2:3 I
60    .EAR3"
eXPERIENOE
m.x>
'    I!   (' . Eel ru-
".   LEB580N
ent
'.   TICE.
C, w.  Pre ti n,
''��� B- C, farmer, Intend to]
i id.; commls i
��� I   Works    for    n'
lease on   the
md:    Commenc-'
bow
Uki
tho
in(._,
the
���
I I    shore   ol
' pson  district
' b of the mouth
��� ��� across
A
i u Ul
rtr_u. b (.i-lco. O V IU ��_i "
iton.O.C
"The MUwaukee"
������Th- Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chic.ioo. "3bort Line," Omaha to
Chicago, ' South West Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
..,, trains In  the sei "-ice  on
I   a  tbe  world that i
hat  of  the Chicago, Mil-
v. i  v ,.  _   St.   Paul   Railway.      Th  v
��� p. rate their own     ��� eplng
��� In   oars on all their tra n       I
;    patrons an excellen       ��f
not  obtainable elsewl
II. S. HOWE, Genera!
1 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland <��r
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home Paper.
Schou. ha   been filed In this office,
Notice Is hereby given that  I shall,
at  '...    expiration of one month from
the st am-1   I      late of ib- lirst publication here-
.ransfer   will    leave    Brackman-Ker of  In     dally newspaper published In
[wharf very week daj afternoon, ea ��� of Nev. Wettmlnster, Isi .
|cepi  Saturday, al ii p.m for Ladner,  duplicate of tho said certlflcal    nn
Westham Island and waj ports.    Sat-  In
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April  1st
Admission.   10c. Children,  5c
F. L. KERR. Manaq-r.
unlay   ai   2   p.m.,   returning    to   New j mail
Wi si mli  tei  Saturday evening,
RUNS  TO  STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATUHDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham    i land
.-very   \\ ��� el.  daj   i ning,  PXCt>p|   l-'i I
da..  in   Ta in. mui   i .adnor 7 It g ni
I'i nla )    |6 '. ���'     W ��� vlli un   i   I.mil   li  u.ui
and Ladner al '- IB o m
Additional   trip   Monda)    morning,
I v ing \ew w ��� imlnstor nl B n m
This schedtilc    uihjfcl    lo oliangf
without  noli,.
For  frell-.lil   ami   |ii -'" nr"���   nil, p   ;,p
ply to
ItiilllillT   IMHHNE,
Miinai.e.
mil-
meantime  valid obJ< i Hon
i ;��� iii writing
0.  B.   KEITH
District  ll-i:i'.tr.ir Of   I     ���
Registry   Office,   New   Ws
.  I'.   <' . Man h 82    II	
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  m _, ��� Si
thoJI
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thence following fl
and B
m^_m mr    _
.    ,    ���ejy
commence
otitic
���ft     ���
t acre
lience   f
I unl,     Port
1    a  post  ill
Ot   No,   1   lease,
'be island to   the
ng   the   shore
and     northelj
ommencement.
'     PRE8TON.
;_ic<
THE Daily
Ar-vertis-ng and Circulation
10c per week, $1 lorn mos.'
I
Nfws, New Westminster ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tup -^ak__rd OF EMPIRE, London and Toronto, weekly      $2 per year
J1   ^^   v w -\pvi;rtiser. Vancouver    50c per month, $5 per year
Tnl; E mv^N>:w-A!.VFRTiSFR,       ��         50c for 3 mos. J. 1.50 a year
SubscripHoas .ind Wvertisemeots solicited lor the above pnblinntinns
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
^29 New Westm,n��ter Phone A22
ox       .. 111 11 ii ii ii mu 111 i ii i.MJUUOiWMPWKW ii i ii i-rninfrTrrmrrwiiiiTl
_ _-_.:��-i_o:'��:*-��>;:*-*-*- -   ""
Grand Trunk Ry
Exorllrnt Train Service Betw.et
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro-ilo,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business center.-vof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
,\HK   NOV.    OH   BALI  AT
VI. MOREY'S 8TATIONEPV STORE
J 0. GAMON S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DROG .TORE ar.
'THE  FAIR.''  Columbia   Streel.
&
PACIFIC    ^
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above round
3
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8
1
I
| Also to Hll'FAI.O, NEW YORK and trip tickets will be sold at oneilngle
pPHILADl I.PHIA, via aliaKora Palls. f;i,,.  ,,���i one-third.     Tickets on
Por Tin-** Tables, etc.. address \,,. ,            12th lnelnslve,   , ioo<i to
GEO. W. VAliX, return up to mid Including April lUtb.
...  1 Passenger and Ticket School   pupils  nnd   teachers   will   be
Ajrent, 135 \il.imti St.. Chicaaro. III. SjVen lick"!* from April 1st to tl
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS,    The Morning  Paper.
ED. GOULKT,
.gent, Xew Westminster.
or V. II. KOSTKR,
Vsst, Cenl. Pass. Agt., Vancouvei.
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THE   DAILY   N F. VV 8.
THURSDAV   ,u���
AY' WARCH 25
V'""-' '-v'"
The Daily News SEEK CHARTER TO OPERATE
mBbConiPany, Limited, at\heir offices,        SlKtET  LAllO  ON   5Ul._IAlb
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New 	
Westminster, B. C.
 ..^^J^^vvw���-      Ottawa,  March  24.���The  promoters
E. A. Paige Managing Director of the South Western Traction Company, which runs between Port Stanley, _>!. Thomas uud Loudon, and who
have boon trying io get a bill through
tne Ontario legislature to legalize
Sunday cars, will, it is announced, apply to the federal parliament for a
charter on the ground that they are
going to put on a steamer service between Port Stanliyand Cleve.and,
Ohio. Such a charter would transform the enterprise Into an international one, and the hope is that under such a guise the right to run cars
from Seattle the last two lays endeavoring to adjust the difficulties, which
principally concern material supplied.
A resumption of the work is expected
In n  day or two.
<UN IO NJfclLA B EJ_>
THURSDAY,  MARCH  25,  1909.
"GET THE   HABIT-
ABUSING   COMMITTEES.
The accounts of the Dominion, as
they appear in the auditor-generalti
report, are referred to the committee
on public accounts, and in that committee every circumstance and detail   on Sunday would be conceded by par-
involved in the expenditure may be in-   liament.
quired  Into.   Witnesses are compelled
to attend, and every document bearing
on the case under investigation must,
on demand, be placed before the committee.
Liberal   and   Couse. vat ive  members
ENGINEERS GALORE.
Eighty-five     Applications      for
Position  in   Nanaimo.
Civic
Beat It!
WHAT?    WHY,   THAT    DUST-
CARPET.    SPECIAL  TODAY:
Carpet Beaters
15c
EACH.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street,
We buv for cash and sell for the same.
Nanaimo, li. C , March _..- in response to the call for applications lor
of this committee regard its functions the position of city engineer, iity
differently. Liberals      understand | Clerk Gough has    received    no fewer
that  the committee is organized  torjfhan ,sr, replies  from engineers  resi-
, _ .       .,-,.��� un   .,���   #ent ln every part of Canada.     The
the purpose c*. investigating public ac- ' '
saury is placed at  $126    per month,
counts, to the end that afl expenditure/an. wj(h   _uch    a Jarge    aumber t0
may be in accordance with the objects  cj_pose from the Council    should   he
for which the money    was voted  by able to select a capable engineer.
parliament, and also that uo extrava- |  ������	
Delay on Lulu  Island  Bridgv
��ant payments may be allowed to pass      ,._���_...        . _���_,���..�����., -,-�����
^*       '   * - Matters    have    not    been    ruining
without comment, and that the money I 8moothljl at the Lulu island  bridge,
has .been paid out honestly, and in the : now under construction by the Inter-   Phone S.
public interest. j national Contract Company.      On    e-
Conservatives,    while   they   under- | half of the company, c. E. Fowler and
stand quite well    the objects Of    the!,,,, t. Dinning have  been in  the city
committee, seek to make of it, ;, spe- \              	
cies of inquisition, a political drag net
a manufactory for campaign material
a   machine  to   discredit    the  go
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES  AND   STOUT.
A  SNAP   IN  BURNABY
I have had listed with me, for a few days only, eight lots, 66x19. .
each, with a two-story house on one of the lots, facing on Edmond .1 ?
with streets on two other sides. The price asked for these lots is excmtiK'
reasonable, compared with other prices in this municipality. The nroDS3
partlv cleared and some slashed. The balance is easily cleared. The K.18
these eight lots is $2500 and should prove a good investment to any purchL ]
I can arrange easy terms on this buy.
laser,
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA   STREET.
PHONE  169.
MOTHERS:
FAMILY  TRADE  A  SPECIALTY.
P.  0.  Box 184
FRONT  ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
llerial.    *
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HAVE YOU
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TRIED .
Every boy wear.-; out two pair of
pants to one suit, and sometimes
three. We have the odd pants in
plain and Knicker styles, some with
belts to match, double seat, double
knees; Serges, Corduroys and
Tweeds. Our stock of "LION
BRAND" goods  is complete.
ment.
Among the mor. active Liberal
members of the committee may be
named E. M. Macdonald, Pictou, N. S-:
P. P. Pardee. West Lambon. Out.; A.
K. Maclean, Lunenburg, N. S.; and V. I
B. Carvell, Cark-ton, N. B. These gentlemen have for a long time insisted
upon the    committee
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conducting its j ���
business within the scope of Its pow- m
ers,  and   they   have     strenuously   op- ' T
I Premier Flour?
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BOYS'PANTS "
If not, ask your grocer for it a t once, and be sure that you -��� I PREMIER, as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOl'R is becoming a household necessity. If your
dealer does not stock it, 'phone us and we will deliver it to you
ourselves.
posed any attempt    to introduce evi- j
dence having no    bearing    ujion   the
subject for the time being under dis- i
mission.     They have Invariably, con !
sistent with Hi fir public duty, object-
! *.- the introduction of extraneous
matters before the committee, and
done their utmost to support witnesses in their natural desire to keep
inviol.ite their private affairs which
were not related to the matter in
hand, and with which the committee ,
was not concerned. These gentlemen,
by insisting that the elementary rules
������' evidence be observed in the committee have brough* upon themselves
the anathemas of the Conservative
member? of the committee, and unbridle, denunciation of the Consent-
tive press.
The Conservative    press alludea to
them as the oh i . the dark lan
tern brigade, and li   other unoompll-
..*��� ntary terms.
Sine- the n*-w ��� urltament this committee has among its membership aev-
eral new members.      Mr. Cowan, Conservative,    of    Vancouver,    is om   of
them.     This gentleman, who was given a front seat over the heads of men
who had    been    many    years in  the
house, and has signally failed to dem-
onutrate    any    qualification    for such j jyif
pr.fT.ne,.. ..I,. ;,-,.,] his entree to tli,    jJLJ
committee by referring to the Liberal   Rj
members named above as "rail birds.     C>��
These Instances are given to show ', 5Jg
Uie  insults to  which gentlemen  eml    M
n-nt  in  their    profession,    to  whom   *-^--
membership In the house means great |
personal sacrifice,   are compelled    to
submit ln the discharge of their duty.   R**"!
Every facility is provided that the SXt
committee urn; make an exhaustive In Qj
reatigatlon Into every question sub- **
mined to it, but this Investigation 11
urns' proceed legally, and in order to
arrive at the result desired. Because 1 Vf\
the four Liberal members mentioned j ��M
conceive it to be their duty to proceed ; ���$}
upon lines recognised as just and le- ' t*f\
gal, and strenuous')* oaj-et lo tin ��5$��a
-ommittee  being    mad' olitlcal   (j��|
hatchery; they'are denounced by COn-mrl
--natives and the Conservative presi 'Jd
in terms for which there can he no vji^
excuse. j P/j
!��� is a circumstance worthy of com-  Npj
ment thai four of the most prominent J y^
members of the bouse, gentlemen who
are destined, should .they remain '"
nubile life, io occupy exalted positions
in Hi,, counsels of th, ir party, are susceptible io the d< rlsion ,,r obsoure
i wspaper correspondents and the Billingsgate of pettyfogglng lawyers.
These gentlemen have _ duly to perform to the people who have elected
Ufam, and ihej will continue to perform their duty imp. run.is io the attacks made upon Hem, strong In the
know It dge iliai ib"> are nstalni d by
thn electors of Cans la und  with  tli
 ' iv tisne -��� thai    thoy   ur.   In    I he
rlghl wli.-n proi sting a!   :t   1 I
Ho   .'"'. Ollllt;.   V      ||        ' I .     " '    f
unworthy purine'.'!
All Prices, from 50c  to $2.00 the Pair
All Sizes, from 4 to  16 Years of Age,
HALE. BROS. __ CO. u.
Phone 335.
ID.
186  COLUMBIA   STREET.       P.  O.  Drawer 100.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SELLS THEM
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COME IN TODAY
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NEW LINCS OF MEN'S OXFORDS
Men's velour oxfords, creased vamps,
military heels and very stylish, per
pair    $4.00
Men's patent lender oxfords, an American shoe, made on the Sirdar last;
all sizes and width-, $-1.00 and $4.50
MENS  OXBLOOD  Ll.UCHER  CUT
Oxfords with in.rry widow eyelets and
patent leather facing-, $4.50 and $5.00
tree our lines of men's buckle ox-
'onl.: the newest shoes on the market.
Men's patent leather bluchers, with
mat kid tops, pointed nnd broad toes,
pair $4.50
Men's gun metal blucners. military
neels, oblong eyelets, a boot worth $6
a  pair.    Our  price   ... .    $4.50
LADIES' 8PRING SHOES
The shoe world always blossoms out
with new ideas in women's 3hocs at
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather oxfords at $3.00; patent bluch
Irfrs at $3.50; finest via kid boots,
S3 50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
Gee our line of men's patent leather
boots which go today for $5 00. They
equal the average $6 and $7 boots.
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ig Shoe House, ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
I. .tj/-mmr'r.l*.m..  a
mmm\\m\mm1mdt - '^^B^P-t^
Parcel Sale
Our window is full of Parcels.
Each and every one has something enclosed in the shape of
Jewelry, Silverware or China.
Each parcel is to be sold for fifty
cents, and you take your chance
of receiving something of the value
of 50c, $3, $4, $C, $6, $6.50 or $25,
The last-named amount is a Gold
Watch. This is an annual event j
with us. We have made out a
list below of some of the prizes:
Watch $25.00
���Silver Baker    6.50
Cruet    5.00
Kettle, Brass    5.00
Kitchen Clock    4.50
Butter Dish    3.00
Several pieces of China valued
from $2 to $5, and lots of others
*i���i ������>-��������� ���
at equal value.
mmkk*.
Horace  Dc-&\
l_H___^S��_llSt_-^>',-^t^ TH-
RSD*^'
MARCH  25,  1909.
THE  DAILY  .NEWS,
PAflE FIVE.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
Enormous Reductions in Ladies9
Fancy Combs
50c, 75c and $1.25 Combs for 15c Each.
0VER 500 FJNCY COMBS. SIDE AND BACK. IN PLAIN AND FANCY. THEY C0MPR|SE THE
BALANCE OF O-R STOCK AND THE SELECTION IS A GRAND ONE WE WANT T(- FlNDOuT
HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT. THE COMBS WILL BE ON SALE
HDAY AND  SATURDAY   ONLY.       VALUES  UP TO $1-25.       NOW   AT   YOUR   PICK   FOR         15c
Two Startling Bargains   in  Black  Silk
W25 Cl iff' '"��� Taffeta for $1.25.
,N BLACK ONLY, 36 INCHES WIDE.
LUSTROUS       FINISH. GUARAN
TEED  QUALITY.   REGULAR   PRICE
IS $2.2: PER YARD.      NOW AT $1.25
$1.25 Taffeta for $1.00.
36 INCHES WIDE. BLACK ONLY;
DULL SURFACE FINISH. A SPLEN
DID QUALITY. REG. $' 75, NOW
AT  PER   YARD    $100
Special Offering in Black Voile
$1.25 and $1.40 Values for $1.00 Yard.
IN PLAIN AND PHANTOM   STRIPE   AND   CHECK   FRENCH   VOILE.  46  INCHES   WIDE   FOR   THE
BALANCE    OF  THIS  WEEK  ONLY AT 51-00
Crepe de Chine at Wholesale Prices
$1.00 Values for 75c Yard.
3 PIECES ONLY, COLORS BLACK. CHESTNUT, BROWN AND NAVY. 42 INCHES WIDE. SILK
laNO WOOL WEAVE. THE VERY THING FOR DAINTY STREET AND AFTERNOON GOWNS.
ON SALE   AT    PER   YARD     75c
Pleasing Array of
New White Wash Goods
WE ARE SHOWING SOME PRETTY WASH MUSLINS AND VEVESTINGS IN PURE WHITE THIS
WEEK. CROSS BAR MUSLIN* AND DIMITIES. SWISS SPOT DRESS MUSLINS. PLAIN AND
FANCY VESTINGS AND A   VARIETY   OF   OTHER   NOVEL   EFFECTS.     PRICES   FROM   12   12c   TO
35c   YARD.
WOO Aprons to Clear at 25c Each
HAL   PURCHASE   OF APRONS IN WHITE  LAWN COLORED     PRINTS,    PERCALES.    ETC.;
���UE AT 50c;  WILL  BE CLEARED  OUT ALL AT. EACH 25c
English Prints at 10c Yard
Black Ginghams at 10c Yard
White Apron Lawn at 12 l-2c Yard
44  INCHES WIDE
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T. M. SMITH
Hea
eadqua.rters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Si ,. fi    ,-,.-:; rav.   tea
I Cnilliwa. I .   be will spend some
Intel's oi       - neas.
Tl"   -'   a      for troul  opens today,
j and pr - ���.-, active for fishing
��xpedltl the favorite streams.
A pood appearance is an Invaluable
asset, not a luxury, but a necessity.
1 Rl&_ >   .n.i let us renovate your
Cloth '., pa] City Dye Work's      **
The Phoenix was removed from
Daw, - shipyard, where it has been
repaired, yesterday, the overhauling
1-. i    now complete.
Tl i     Electric    Railway Spur
j from Twelfth o Thirteetath streets, ..
Conner;, with thi rear of the car
Shops, -...-  wired yesterday.
Come and take �� chance of getting
I $26 foi ..    v. ..      Do.    -      Si i
lour  w Indi   ��� **
I
The Trader brought  in 10 tons ol
jii'v :rom Victoria  yesterdaj
j for the and -���'��� tons for apriver
points, fertilizer.
For first-class cut flower- and
.ind    of    Floral      work,      tel,; hone
Dm-,.    Greenhouse, H20S. *��
Owing to a breakdown al the Bur*.
mil       owei  house yesterday morning
tb. -.  was some delay in the early cars
[reaching  thvir destination.
For :ablc- decorations and    wedding
houqnets���a specially. Ring up    Tidy.
| the Florist, 1S4 **
Th,  Corporation ol Land Surveyors
! of B Itlsh  Columbia   ire send   _ out
note ��� - ;,, Us members with reb
to a   inlfbrm system of sahdl
throughout  tb,   municipalities.
Fi r miscellaneous wants nnd c assl-
Bed      ,   estate ads. see pace 2,        **
Chli; of Folio,' Mcintosh Is unabli
to attend to his duties, bavin); a fool
badlj sprained by a fall over a stone
in the streel near his home . n Tuesday evening.
Five-room house in Sapperton, rented for t\2 per month. For sale or
wil] exchange equity ($600) tor cltj
lots. Apply Owner. Bo_ 539,Ne\,
Westminster, **
Tlie Australian mall ship Century
of the Andrew \\��ir line, has been d, ���
'.���ned two weeks In arriving in the
Fraser river to load lumber for Australian ports.
Head  OUI   a ii    ,-v.  | i'i     I.    $2u  For
50c;   eierynoih    baa   the   ''ii   nee.   Ibe
av     Don I". "*
\nii, Ipath n ol the large crops ol |
fruit expected to be picked in the up
p.r valley this season is shown bj t_��
enormous quantities of crates which
have been forwarded by the river
boats each  nip recently.
oiiic' is and nii'iiibors   of   Granite
lodge, No. in. and Royal lodge, No. 6,1
Knights of Pythias, are requested toi
: e. iii their places en Thursday even
lng at seven o'clock   sharp, hh the
lodges  will  open nt that  hour.    Musl
ness. dedication of new hall.
As ii result of the il*-it of provincial ministers to the Coquitlam farm
colony yesterday, It bus bean decided
to call for tenders for the construe
tion of the first portion of Iln- block
of buildings at an early dale.
Tin- plana of the new block to ba
built by Mr Thompson on Columbia
street arc al lhe Dominion Trust Co.'s
otlice and ,uiy person desiring ;i store
in the sau-. might call unl obtain details about)) rental, etc., M  offlce ol
(���.���minion Trust Co , city. **
i he ii. i oi T elocution contest,
announoed to take piece yesterday
.vetting, Is postponed for two wek .
.line of the contestants being unprepared to face tin- Judges lasi  night;
ihe chin,n. of date was not decided
upon until late i" ,u" ntti rnoon,
where Mr. Cousins v ,11 tak* cburge of
a cam
Bea.   v-*a :,,
low. n        Vre yoi
buy?      I, cai   oar classlfi v ads.
on Page 2    on -.-. i    hn.. -
thore,
Columbian     colli gi      v
lacking  In   mati i Ial    with    which  to
foi n   a  bi  i   ���< II  ti son., a
friendly gam. announced for Saturday afternoon between students and a
having to .-.     .,     the co
boys finding themselves unable to
muster a nine,
3um',v   real  estati   is  ��� ,,p in
mrice     I.. .1,'      n our
cla-v i ���_
are  now   si Ming   foi   $121
other snap.    ..        san    pagi.
'i i'n   ,. .-,,������ ., |
son Is i . | sat-
���   Boon,    wl
���   ��� ....
I j   P, O.  Can ..
The   pluil
thai
.   . lass' in ath
to  iia .       . . i iormances  hai
len   ��� l .low   tb,    tandard
promls- . advance   agents
while conducting the negotiations
N'ext week, Vanstone's merry men will
hurl a challeni . her a lacrosse
or foobbal .   a   Schaake'a sturdy
.sons of i. , i    h  tc lake place
toward the end of the week.
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   GflASS
SULPHUR
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles from  50
Cent* up.
VV.
(IO TO
C. FALES
FURNITURE  DEALER
AND   UPHOLSTERER.
If you need any tl .ng in the __
ture line s. ,   the new  goods, ban-
designs.     Oui stock of Oriental Hugs
'and Carp.:- is the largest range in the
ciiy.     M     Ings from 16c per yard dp,
I Linoleum,,   Oil Clotha, etc,   a great
variety.      Office    Furnishings  a  Specialty.     Undertaking in all Its branches.
W. ��. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
��m
PHONE   176.   NIGHT CALL ffl.
Uor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., on}.. Library.'
Phone f_>7
When von w.ini
GROCERIES
B. O. cream, large ean 2 for 29c
St. Charles cream, large ean, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 tot ... .23c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  l#c
Assorted Jams  n gulai ���   ���. I Se tot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICsS.
Adams&Deans
Vm*-'rmT- :��� "WW'S.WIPS. I - UMBW
H. (I   Wall., i. ot Hum.iin . ami  tt'   11.1
Walker, of ibis city, have formed I
partnership dnder th�� style or Walker
Bros., and will deal largely In llnnin-
by real i stale fheli chief office
,111 be at Bttrnaby, bul n branch of-
nee will be opened In Vancouver.
Alexander Olter, a white man inter-
dieted from liquor, who bad obtained
whisky from the Royal City and Cos
mopollliin hotels 1 \ a written Order
te tht bartenders from his wife,
placed (he bartend, is In trouble u the
City po'lce court yesterday, each Ol
llieni being lined $*i .md coats,
Mis Velin.i Rowe and bilin Cousins
were tnnrrled yesterday aftcrnpon -it
Queen's Avenue church hy the Rev.
W. II. Ilarriieloiirli C. E. Osbom,.
was the lest man and iwo brides
innlds. Mises Ida Marshnll and 1
Vail, accompanl. I '"���     '' he
bride was glvi n v brother,
.lohn Rowe 'i'li" honi no in will be
spent al Ha rt__n 1 r Si ilngf. Later
Air   i id  Mrs   rousl .      'I' po tiOtttt,
[Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' AltUraOOt Company, London, England.
Is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
It has bocome famous for Its primp, and liberal settlem#its, as *he
following  letter will show:
A. \\   Mel,i;nl*. March 11, 11*09.
\gent Railway Passengers Assurance Co.,
City.
Dl  .     Sli     I beg I    :o    now,    i^,,   peeeipt   of cheek   in  full   pay1***'.
nf m\ claim for accident which-occurred to me in January last wh.,,-
playing bi ��� key at Bui naby lake.
Although my claim wns onl j put forward a few days ago. I hnvu
alrcnd, received a settlement, and thank you for tin prompt manner
In whleli it has been don't with.
(Signed) F. R_I-CHENBACH.
The Railway Passer ..ra' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journ.y or
other hazardous undertaking  let me place a policy for you.
PAID UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER   .. 30,000,000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
220 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
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1'ACi- SIX.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, MAf,-H
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How nicely an_ easily a Cake can be iced v.ith
Lowan s
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POTLACH IN PROGRESS
AT PORT RUPERT
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Eagle Dance and Antics of!
Medicine Man Main Fea-j
tures of Ceremony.
First get her answer���the.-t come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements  she  surely should  see;
Diamonds and Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
	
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Hcyulatiuns.
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Get on the Voters List.
Is your name on the voters' list for the New Westminster el."
toral district? If it is not, see that it is placed there at once, as the
list clones on Monday next. The qualifications are that a person
must be of the male sex, of the full age of twenty-one years and a
British subject; have been for six months a resident of the province, and for one month domiciled in this district, and not registered a�� .a Provincial vot��r ia any other electoral district In British
Columbia,
Any o_ ��;_,e following 6ommisfl.6n*ers for taking affidavits will supply you with the necessary forms and see that *ou are properly
registered; A. E. Kelllngton, S. Malcolmson, It. Buckland, James
Anderson, Edward Kalk, Robert Kenton, Andrew Halcrew, C. C.Cameron, John Murphy, Edward Mercer, Robert Mills, J. H. Jones, J. W.
MacDonald. J. C. Digby, P. W. Luce, C. B. Deans, Alfred Hardman
and  George  Mackie.
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NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by S. Weir Mitchell  |t30
The Last Voyage of the Oonna
Isabel, by Parrts 11.25
The Message, by Louis Tracy
 11.25
54-40,   or   Fight,   by Emersoa
Hough 11.25
Cy 'Whittake. s  Place,  by Lincoln f1.25
Get-Rich-Quick   Walllngford,  by
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Life of Ian MacLaren, by W. K.
Nicholl f1.T5
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Vancouver, March _4���-"Steamer I
Amur, which bus arrived from the j
West coast, brought news that a big I
pDtlach was in progress at Fort Ru-1
pert. The main feature of this Pot-'
lach was the Eagle Dance. This was
(performed by a girl, the belle of the
tribe, who wns attired ia feathers and
l*with the mask of an eagle on her
head. In ihi. guise she danced around J
the fire, making the eagle mask blink
its eyes and leer in the most approved |
fashion of eagles, Now add then she \
made a peck at one of the young men '
and if he was struck is was un omen !
of ill-luck,
Another interesting dunce seen  by
a number of   white   people   was   the
Amatsa, or dauce of tho medicine man.
This man makes his appearance in
a   v.ry   station   find   violent   manner. \
With u most unearthly yell he bursts.
into   ihe   treat   potlach   house     3rith
four hr  five men  hanging onto  |____ >
He frees himself and bounds arousi
the  great  fire -making a  plunge   first
at one and then-at another.   HTs agility is said to be'marvellous    His aim
Is to bite a piece out of one of them
and  the tacky man who  receives a 1
bite  is  iJiimu/K-    from    disease    and
I .trouble.    The man is supposed to do
| hi- lies; to get out of the way.   lu the
io'd.ii  ii.iv^ ibo medicine man .became
I so savage that blood flowed freely.
'Phe  wild  man is  attired  in  paint
with  a  wreath of cedar bark  around
his  arms  and  legs.      His    principal
Q^bUlHcatlonB are a ferocious expression and the ability to utter unearthly
yells.    Now and then one of the men
would s.lp out and Mch a half-pallful
of Whale oil. which was dashed oa the
fifle,  making a great  blaze.    This always set the medicine man off again
with greater vigor than ever.
Spring Cleaning
A Blssell's Car,ei Sweeper
is a great h, lp to the housewife in Spring cleaning time,
We also have .lap-a-inc. Bnp-a-
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., ror
brightening up the furniture.
Call in nnd Inspect our Btock,
T. J. TRAFP & CO.
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l-AND   PEGISTRY   ACT.
ALy available Dominions u,
to the rallwa*   ,. , iu M" ���'-- ��.���.-,
bla, may be hi ���    ," -'^ Holm,.
who la the sole >,.,-���' ��� J*-""1-wa. i
any male ovei    ��� ��   l ;'v,l.i
extent of o^'^6 o: ***���' it,
acrfs-  -.ore or less, "'" "; ^
Bitry must be mad. MrS(j��� .,
the local land office for ie a ?'
iwhlch the land i3 situate "...
| Proxy may, however, be _____   Ul
tain conditions by the fatht I,!,*
son, daughter, brother or sisicv,''
| Intending homes-eader.
The homesteader is requrcd i..
form the conditions J����.?��
with    under   one   ��� the   ^
plans:
<-1)    At "'!-'     '��� uioritbs* resineij
ltt��-B and cultivation of the lan, J
each  j ear for three
S'lik-e notice that an application has
���en made tii -register George Adams
I AS the owner in  Fee Simple, under a|
| Tax   Sale  Deed   from  the
^^^^^^H'lir.,
(2)   If the father (or mother, im
=   father ls deceased),   0f  the
.-stopped  and    debarred  fy-om  setting Reader resides u^on a (arm la q,
up any claim '.o or f*. respect of the ; vicinity of the land entered [w
said land, ind 1 s_Mi register George -requirements as to residence m��,j
Adams as owner thereof in fee. satisfied by such person residing cj
And I hereby certify that tfublica. the father or mother.
Mayor and'tioli of this notice for thirty days In      (3)    If the settlor has his pen
Treasurer of te City of Mew West- a daily ht-wspaper published in New ��nt residence ui-on farming lat._.
minster, to 'George Adams, bearing Westmtaster will be good and sutli- ed by him in the vicinity 0f hlitj
date th,-- i��th d��>  of September, A.D. [cleat  service thereof. -stead, the requirements   as %.
t!'0_. -of all and singular that certain
paroH)  or  tract  of  land  and  premises
thereof. ^stead, the requirements
Dated at the  Land  Registry Offlce, ,-leuce may be satisfied by   red.
New Westminster, province of Hriii-I. lupon the said land.
OLD  NEWSPAPER  MAN
DROPS   DEAD   iN   CHAIR
I situate, .v-tug and being iu the Gity oi
| New Westminster, in th.- Provlaoe *o't
i British   Columbia, more   particelarly
IkatOWiD and described as Subdivisions I
15 and   16 of  Lot   8,  Suburban  Block]
11.
You and those claiming through or
under you nnd all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by desc-nt, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of th^ Land Registry Act, are required
to contest lit.- claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the fits; publication of thU notice upon you. and in tlefauli of a ca-
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
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To Remit Money \
Safely
USE CANADIAN HANKERS' ASSOCIATION MONEY ORDERS���
THE CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT METHOD
OF REMITTING OR RECEIVING MONEY TRANSMITTED BY
MAIL.     THEY  MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE
Northern  Crown  Bank
f Manager, A. F. D. LACE. New Westminster.
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Learn to Do Banking.     \
No matter how small your business may be, have a bank account.
The merchant who ips a   'auk account establishes his credit, has
snfeiy for bis cash, nnd pays his bi'.ls with cheque in a business
manner,
vol' are Invl -4 to open an   accqunl In
    <The ���������
.\ow York, March 'i'i.���A long ' and
Interesting newspaper career was closed today with the sudden death of
Joseph Swan, for nearly forty years
connected with The Associated Press,
;is marine reporter. Swan, active to
the end. dropper dean in his chair in
the Ship News office. ;it the Battery.
Eor the last month he bad not been
well, bis heart having shown signs ol
weakness.
Mr. Swan braved all kinds ol" stormy
w.iither alone in a row lioat day after
day, visitiug incoming veasela to get
reports of their voyages. Many tiin.s
he faced death in risky nips in the
performance of his duty. Thousands
of men along the waterfront knew
and rall.-d hi mby his first nam-. He
had led an adventurous career before
entering newspaper work, serving in
the Civil War and later going on a
mining expedition into the wilds of
Montana, where be met with many
adventures.   Swan was us years old.
Columbia,  this   16tfi  day  of    March
A.  I)..  1900.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To     Thomas       William,      McColm,
Charles w. wise. Caroline a. Jack.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OVQQ ~"UU12___7-_9B_
Empress   of  Britain         March   26
Empress  of   Ireland       April   9
Empress of  Britain       April 23 '���.
When s.-nding for friends in the old I
country  by buying    tickets    at    tbis T
Six months' notice in wr;:i_g��
be given to the Commissioner eli
lnlon Lands at Ottawa of InteaKtU
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining righto bijI
leased for a period of twenty-one yeij
at  an  annual rental or Jl pn i
Not   more   than 2560 acres ib
leased to one Individual or cornpi
A royalty at the rate of flre cento
ton shall be collected on   '._
chantable coal m'.ned.
W. W. .OUT,
Deputy of the Mlnlrti-r of **he < .*ertt
office you will save money and prevent
veat or certificate of lis pendens hein^r | delay,
filed within such period, or ln default.    Call for particular-.
of    redemption     before    registration, ED. GOULET.
you and each of you will tx* forever I Agent.'
HE HOME        P �� P El
Is   the   Paper That Prints Alt|
the      Home     X.-r-.
The     Daily    News
10c a  Wee_
NOTICE.
Tenders will be received by ;he un*;
dersigned on behalf of the Surrey Mu-
nlclpal Council up to Wednesday,
March '1st inst. at noon, for the construction of a ditch and culverl from
Wis. v llot,| in nn ,unlet ;r the Eraser river In accordance with pl ina and
s|i..( tflcati ins to be seen al n offlci.
Th.. Cou i ������ i" ves the rlghl .i reject the lowest or any tender
U.IIEHT .1    HILL,
New Westminster, H. C. darch 24,
1909.
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction,
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA Fraser River S
New Westminster, B. C. Branch, F. B. LYLE. Mflr.
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $50,000,000.
o*o*o*o*o*o^oo400��o*o*o*o ���o*oo*o*o o^u*o*oe*o*o*<>-��oe^
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Sole Agents
:
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
A. JAMES. j.  McCLUGHAN. t
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ervice
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SATURDAY.
at - a.m., calling nt following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, (Hen Valley, Whonnock, lluskin, Sllverdale, Mi.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, Hatilc
Dewdney, Nlcomen island, Sumas ana
I'iiilihv,,.;.. Returning leaves chilli-
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and sun-
day at 7 a.in. Excellent passengaf
i comodatlon,   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,  Ui
R. Whitmore, Myr.
New We i mint tel
:S.|p:!||       ADVERTISE   IN THE   NHY i
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEWS
Westmin**��r's  Home  Paper.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New WestminsK*
PHONE 101. ARCH  25,  1909.
THFJ  DAILY
V   1
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PAGE SBVEN.
HE
NC��R^^R,V!
R BRIDGE. |
|     MAD��* IH CANADA
Use OnK
y ����e Best
,er. addressed to the un-
^J,'       vi-''! on the envei
���<���'���<���������*;:   -,,-   the    Red    River
t,  be reived at the of-
���|dg<      *        verniers   Ot     Hit
. (if  the
lti_ental
:  ��<^
; n.tmc
'    steel and
Commissioners
Railway   Ulllil    12
8th day of April,
Hon and erection
concrete   bridge   and
l"   ��� .nuns over  the  Red  river
, st. Boniface,
it** ;iril Btreetj to.
��   '    . '^   approach
::"'  .��� greets In Winnipeg.
C��- '^ers must he   submit-
led 10'
rorlts. as Per
ture.
deta'ls
with   oilier
REDUCTION IN WAGES
IS CAUSE Of TROUBLE
the substructure
acnedule, and for super-
Inn"-
piiin--',
ind
M and full intorr
thi
offlce of  the
St.    Boniface,
profiles  may  be
rmatlon obtained at
office of the chief engineer at Ot-
H ���      '
[strict   ���:
P ,       nde.ing are notified thai
,      ill considered unless
on _he formi   supplied  by the
, ,, f8( which may be had on
18 the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANT1TY
ter, removing ^ .��***W ""
mg sink,,  closets   _
can
For making a_
"Id paint, disinfect-
rains and for
ses.     A
^^^^    SAL SODA.
J"o/_ EVerptiaert
E- W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i_ffl.ee
Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden.
Out., and  M-
Eplication to
u:iav,|^^^^^^
,.  i, i In    ���       '   engineer,   St.
fotface, Man.
K ;���   be Blgned and
tbi   parties to the ten-
and witnessed,  and   be accom-
ped by an ace pted  cheque  on   a
", . the  Dominion  oi
to_ pa        ���   ���     ! ommlsslonera
Inental Railway, for
10   :. |     -i;._ructure
.,.- -,, |   r schedule, and
J11 ��� Bteel super
Lure and floor.
...   , Ited     by     the
tendi r Is accepted wlll
I deposited '<> the credit of the Re-
IrO-enera] ol Canada as security
due and faithful performance
tie contract according to Its terms.
leques deposited by parties whose
]_.-> _ , ��� ������. ��� .J will be returned
ten : the signing ot
contract.
The right 1 to reject any
bidstaoln  C  . .oglcOthe B i
i all tenders,   ny order
P K RYAN, Secretary.
I ��� the Transcon-
t aenl I Rail ��� i
[Da'.d at Ottawa   6th March, 1909.
rspapi Ing    this adver-
-nt without authority  from  the
will not | e paid for It.
Phone 18b.     nam 'Phone 137 ;sents tli
Columbia  Street-
I        ige   d-ii v, rea    promptly   to
any  part of tne city.
Government Agent at Prince
Rupert Said to Be Refusing to Sign Cheques.
Prince Rupert, March 24.���When
! ""' ,;,;il"l Trunh Pacific lowered the
mt. of wages on January 1 last from
$100 per month for transitmen, and
$45 per month for rodmen, to $75 and
$35 respectively, all their engineers
and men employed on the townsite
work with v-ry few exceptions Quit
work, When the townsite work and
land surveys ft :,��� resumed tbe nfcn's
eli,.ques were made out at the reduced
Bcale.
As this work is b< ing paid for joint
I by the Provincial government and
tin Grand Trunk Pacific, William
- ''���' on, govi rami ir agent, who repre-
of  wages being  paid  in
current   rate
tin- disiviet^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Many of t   ���   ,,id employees are still
here and are anxiously waiting to set-
wlKlf the - ita me will be and if the
clause In the railway's agreement with '
tne governmenl  will __ lived up to.     I
NEW ZEALAND WARSHIP
ACCEPTED BY BRITAIN
London, .Much 24.���In the commons
this afternoon Premier A_quii_ stated
the governmenl had decided to accept
..->���. Zealand's patriotic offer of one
Dreadnought and if necessary two,
for the nv financial year. Ainpiv
mui!' security has been provided for
the present year, he declared.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
    $14,400,000.00
'! :'���������*         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada aud Newiouuiuaiid, and in London, Eng-
land. New York. Chicago and E_>okana u. S. A., and Mexico City, a geiet_l
banking uusln&ss  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, a. liiable with correspondents in all parts A
the world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits received in sums of $1 und upwards, and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,  G.   D.   BRYMNER,   Manager.
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Favors Senate Reform.
Ottawa, March 24.���In the senate
yesterdi; Mr. Poirier resumed the de-
b, i on ihe rtpolutlon favoring senate
reform. He advocated a nine-yeai
term with a third ol the members re-
Light and Heav7 Hauling
OFFICE���1 "AM   DEPOT.
Provincial   government  on tiring  everj   third   yen-.      He  would
he board of managers, is reported as also have ministers ol the crown given
refusing to sign cheques issued to the the right to sit in etthei chamber, but
men when the amount specified in the ; with  the right to  voti     in  only one.
vn.'.|ii.' is  lesa than $45    for   a full The Intellectual Institutions, boards-of
month's waves for laborers, and ?1U0 trade and commercial Institutions, and
for   transitmen,     maintaining     that the newspapers should have the right
���Qheques   ar-  noi   In  accord   with  the In each province to name a senator.
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Lawn Grass Seed 1
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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fm-m.
New Spring Goods MUT1 ON, VEAI, PORK
JUST   ARRIVED.
ly   ti.e   material you   want,  for
suits made to order.    Perfect lit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. Nevv Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
P. O. Box 474.
Tel.
Res. 42!>.
Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY
Columbia St.
G asoline Engines" *"""* ***+*+****++++++++++++++++++++++
We  Sell  the  Celebrated
PALMER    (J
BROS.TH'O
AND FOUR
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
|ew Spring Goods for
adies and  Gentlemen
ol   material     for
and suitings has
V arriri I
t fit and Roo,i
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ING  YUEN
Kw;'3 On Wo 4  Co.   Block.
Columbia  and   Mclnnes   Sts.
TEN
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Ten!!. Streel,   ���    New Westminster
M-K-H-
p,. 54,
IV O. Ho* 665.
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Ihts is the    \
Opportunity \
'   catalogs
' ! ur order for
Kific  Coast
Tested Seeds
ipplles, etc.
annoy  you.
��� ition. No
ustom
P.
N
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer,
fl. K WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRItES ARE RIGHT
Ratios on work of nnv description or Quantity quoted
on application.
1 Jackson & Morrison
:
109-Piece China
Dinner Sets as Prizes
Every month we will dlstrl-UJe $250.00 worth of beautiful china
dinner sets to the persons holding the lucky duplicate coupons obtained lrom .'.--pound sacks of Roya. Standard Flour. Save your
couiioiis. compare them each month with the prise-winning numbers
as they appear in this space. When you find your number among
them all you have to do is to return the coupon to us, and we will
deliver free of all charges a handsome and costly 109-pleoe china
dinner set.
The full details of the contest are on the back of each coupon.
A  WORD   ABOUT  THE   FLOUR ITSELF. _
You will require little Inducement to use Royal Standard Flour after
once having tried it.      It is the  purest,   strongest,     most  nutritious
and delicious bread flour on the market.
Manufactured only by
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in AU Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc*
Fish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
i
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
m
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
!_.-_
jiasterbrook   Milling Company,
��� ' Ekurne,   R. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & Co..
F1X.UH AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Weetminster.
Telephone 333.
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ill
Dally Newt Block.
New Westminster. Phoie 388
'   in .
:;Wanted at Once!
VOU -pR
*  THE   BUTTON"
WE DO  THE  REST.
HENRY'S
N
Off
l,,te . Ore
tans..
Vane	
Br,.r.ch Nursery,
Soi,th Vancouver.
1  'UB's  and   Seed
eu,       West���inster Road.
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100 MEN
and women to come and see the splfn
did bargains in uew and second nan '<
himllure   as well ns many other ar:i
clea aS 'i'li-.y kinds, including b
ers, inculiir.'*rs, typewriter. Al
large altohorn, gulUr, auwaarp, ��lo
Iln. eta, etc.     We hare ��ome     '"���'���
did    wiilnut    parlor    furniture,  vet
Cheap.    Come und v t 1   od value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Public Market
Market  Clerk   D. E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays   7 a. in.
Phone   138 *
to -
3 p, nil
A Bag of Cement
bounlit   lure  will  be  found en-.
tin 1>   free  from  powdered  clay
and   other   cheapening   tilling,
That means the cement will po
fin" her and 1 n. t. better than tbe
������filled" kinds. If you have ha*i
. Kpertence you know lt paya to
buy tin- i:est building materials.
To obtain the best you'll be wl^e
to conic here. W��- don't handle
an)  oth.r kind.
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing g
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
'
Mn
Power.
���vv-     ' Moy.
alth.
bred  Van
JllHt    received     ll     Kiwil    Of   '
bicycles,
Repairing of guns,
writer...   and   Hghl
er,v.
Alex. Speck
Cooper Bros/ Stall
BUTCHERS
SHverdale
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
D
avies
&s
on
Monk's   Stall
for
Fi?h and  Came
First-class  Cut   Flowers   and
Pot Plants.
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
G5LLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Carp   for  Vancouver   and way
stations  will  run everj hair
hour   from   5:60   a. ni. Last
car loaves al 11 p. m.
Lasi ear leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap
perton and c;ty linilta over the
city  line.
City   Line:   Cars   lcav��   tr.nn
olBce on the hour, twenty minutes   after,   and  forty   minutes
[ter, commencing at t'v.O a. in.
Sapperton Line: Car- leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
hi'11' pant and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at Ov'lO
a. ir.
Sunday service half-hotipiy he-
tween vllCi a. ni. nnd 11. p. m.
Home-Made     Sausages,      Head
Cheese   and   Sausage   Rolls   on
Sale.
*   Brlti.-h CoSurnbla Elcctrlc"Ry."'Co.,U(I
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Columbia St.   "Man "I lh'
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A TREMENDOUS,
Money-    j
Saving
Opportunity
PROOF
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling" out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
lt_lli����l.
CLOVERDALE ALMOST
ISOLATED BY RAILWAY
rT*HE very fact that there are
���*���     more Great   Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You W_B. the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
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.
These household i\& j
d^ssaries will never!
be bought cheaper Sewi
or better anywhere
than at the
The Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Hlectrie Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.   Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.
Pianos
Organs
falkmgMachine.
Complaints of  Residents  Along   Riglit-
of-Way  of   Old G.   N,   Line���No
Immediate  Relief.
It v, Li be some tinie before the Surrey re.-dent;; will be compensated for
the discontinuance of the service ove-.-
the old line from Blaine to Westminster via Cloverdale. No definite date ���
hns ibeen   fixed   for    ibe   commence- ,
iii> ni  Of the Northern Pacific service '
bv  way of Sumas, and  even    if this
Pallway comes in no    statement has
yet  been made  that a passenger ser-.
vice will be handled to Westminster.
Probably a stop will be made in any
case to take up water, but until some
responsible official   of   the company
3ias definitely stated that :i local passenger service will lie established no
reliance can he placed on this charge.
The G. N. R. local business was not j
remunerative to them, and it  is difficult to get a railway corporation to i
continue   to  accommodate   the  public
when it does not help them financially.
The  Cl6verdale  residents are  thus
restricted to a trl-weoicly mall service,
Instead of a  daily mail at heretofore.
The  Cloverdale  residents now  look
to the B. C. Electric Railway for the
completion of the line Into Westminster to place themselves In touch with
a city.     An early date for this new
service   has   been   promised,   but   the
opening date Is uncertain.     The. work
is    being rushed    and iis    Immediate
completion is of vital Interest to this
district, both  merchants and customers.
BOWLING
The New Westminster team was
beaten by the Ad Sprares at Pender
street alleys, Vancouver, last evening,
by 250 pins, the visitors rolling the
substantial total of 2406. The scores
were:
AD SPRARKS
1.      2.
Campbell lf.2    207
Halstead 160    201)
Cliburn 200   205
Mclntyre    160    148
Sharpies 178    176
Tot,
00      5_M
72      641
6l��4
506
506
172
199
iy.
152
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AND   ALL THE   LATEST   RECORDS
Macli-1
ing iviacmnes
fSInger and Wheeler & Wilson)
Totals S50 945 921
WESTMINSTER.
1. 2. 3.    Tot.
Silver ..  .,_-,,   , ,177 12:* *_i.
jtjnttliTAl -. 156 160 194
Gilchrist isi 141 174
Murchle 137 20S 161
Willette 145 199 ISO
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ALL   THE   LATEST   SHEET   MUSIC
Totals.
766    SIM    X69
460
51 ll
466
5091
524
.'466
We   have   them   all   at   p. cfes to suit
everyone.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
J. H, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA* STREET.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF
Toilet Requisites
Of the  Best  Quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block, New Westminster
German  Program   Passes. I
Berlin, March 24.���In a scene of un- !
preoedented   enthusiasm    today    th--
Relchstag,   without   debate,   voted   in
favor of   the   entire   naval estimate;
which  includes    the    construction of j
the three war  vessels of  the Dreadnought type and one of the Invincible
type.    Vociferous applause came from
members and galleries alike ns finch
item was adopted unanimously.
Hunter  Charges.
Ottawa, Marcil 24,.���Senator Bos-
stock enquired in the Senat.- this afternoon when the complaint against
Chief Justice Hunter would be tabled.
Hon. Mr. C'artwright replied he hoped
In a day or two.
New and Stylish
Designs in
Ladies'
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PRICES   FROM
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$1.25 to $7
K  NUMBER  OF SLIGHTLY  SOILED
BLOUSES   FROM   50c   UP.
A. J. BIRTCM t
are offering tor sale an id,.;,! (&rm borne in the Fraser valley. The,-,, ar,. SO acres of the rielv-i alluvial soil; 40 acres chared
and balance very light brush. [t *. convenient to town, water mains
pass the door, nnd water is pumper] to the buildings. We offer this
farm  for only $9000;   hair cash, balance at 7 per cent.
Here's another only four miles from town; 80 acres; 60 cleared.
This is a inoiiey-making Investment      Price $8000.
To rent���100-acre farm; so acres cleared, and free from stumps;
balance good pasture land, There is a first-class orchard on the
P open} von, which last year over $400 worth of fruit was sold; _o
acres are In fall wheat. The buildings arc good. It ls an Ideal
dairy and    fruit    farm    nn(i _    ,       ,���.,,.���_   to    any one,       ���.;,.,���
���THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
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275 Columbia Street
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New Westminster, B. C.
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! Here again we place before our customers a range of
�� serviceable White Wear such as they can not find else.
where in the city. The only way you can appreciate
the values shown is to see with your own eyes the gar.
ments fresh from the boxes. We ask the privilege of
showing you  an unusual display for  this Spring
\i3
Staple and Unusual Lines
of Spring Hosiery
Our hosiery sectioa ls now ready to
supply your every* want as never before. We import ourselves hosiery
from Germany, England and the l'nited States as well as procure the best
lines of Canadian goods made. We
mention h*'1"*. R lew lines which we
have found difficulty in securing in
the  past   for  our   customers.
Boys' and Girls' Socks
The best German couon socks In all
sixes from 4 to S 1-2 inches. Shown in
ian. black and White, Per pair 15c
to  .25c
Natural Wool and Balbriggan
Sole Hose
Best Gin-man cotton hos<\ ll.-iuisdorf
dye in black, with soles as mentioned
above.     Per pair U5c
Boys' and Girls' Ribbed
Union Wool Hose
Wo��l hose io all sizes from 4 1-2 to
10 lnchvs, ranging in price from 15c to
25c per pair. This is a special line
just to hand.
Colored Lisle Hose
A complete range of colors now In,
Shad'-s of navy, sky, pink, champagne,
myrtle, reseda, cream, cardinal, lilac,
mauve, grey, brown, etc.   Size* 8 1-2,
II. 9 1-2. Per pair 50c and 75c
If you have a hosiery want, ask to S'?e
our Stock. We nre only too pleased
to demonstrate our claim to having
the best hosiery section in the city.
A Snap in Ladies' Blouses
$1.00 Each
50 only, ladles' blouses made of strl] ed
English print of heavy weight, Ground
is while stripes, light in color. They
are the' best, value we have ever seen
for the money, and you will say the
same when  you  see them.      All sizes.
Bach   $1-00
On display in the blouse section is OUr
entire Spring stock of TAILORED
LINEN AND COTTON BLOUSES;
EMBROIDERED AND LACE FRONT
WAISTS of every description. Kaeh
$1.(10 to $7.50
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Reynier Kid Gloves in the
New Spring Shades
Note the prices on th-se gloves, Th-
same lines carried as In past .t-asons
at lower cost to our cuatoi ���
REYNIER HAND SEWN SUEDE. 2
clasps, in  black, tan and grej       r
pair    $17.
REYNIER BONNEVAL Glace kid,
short lengih in tan, mode, grey, nav)
���jreen. cardinal, black and cream  1'. i
pair    $1.50
REYNIER   SITA.        Per   pall $1.25
REYNIER   LEILA   in   tun-   onl
pair	
$1.00
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NEW   RANGE   OF   CHILDREN'S   v
gloves, just in, tans only.     Per i'-l|:
 90c to $1.00
Long Gloves of Every   J
Description in Kid,
Lisle and Silk
The   new   Easter   showing   ol   thesi
lone g oves  is just  to  hand, as Hell
BS   our   entire   stock  of   short   I.1S1.K
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SEE OUR SMALL SHOW WINDOW   TODAY  FOR   THE   INITIAL   SHOWING    OF
STRAW   GALATEAS,   MAN-OF-WAR   SAILORS,   LADIES'   STRAW   SAILORS   AND
EVERY   DESCRIPTION.
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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