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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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i-W   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   KRU'U   MORNlNO,  JANUARY   10     1901
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PARDON ON THE
FOR ESCAPED PRLSp I J an
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N   �� 11XTS  i ....  WEEK.
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TRADE EXPORTS
ARE DECREASING
Minister of Justicel^rwartl-j-Ur^^ Under Canadian Commodities Ship-
in-- Paper Which  Meant:    Water -Loss   to  Settlers     ped to Britain in 1907 Fall
���rty   to   Jail-Breaker.
Will   lie   Heavy.
Below 1!)06 Figures.
���
a, Jan. 9.���Two men escaped]     Presumably owing to   the    siverei    m.
.  , |]  bere yesterday and are  strain sustained in last. Sunday's  viol   ,.,   .
Connerley is a West- eni Btorm, which lashed the coast and  ;
i.
an, and  Parr is known    in   did  considerable  damage   atony    the   tha
al, .Ian. 9.���A special Lon ion
I lie    official     board     of
e returns afford  striking evidence
i   the
,   ,.     both  having    been   com-
theft.   After sentenc ��� they
eyed to tbe provincial jail
ti i.   bin   following    upon
./. j  lie- jail  beoam i so
|   with   prisoners   lh.it   about
.   brought b i
onisbing    three    years'
.  ihe  mail referred  to in
di   patch a.-    being    from
\. .   ,\ ���   minster, �� as s ntenced her,
[or stealing  a coat, he
.���  !     In   the   City    as    a
of i in- Norris ii. Rowe clr-
.   picked up with that aggre-
uewhere    in    Washington.
Praser river, a portion ot tin- dyke on
Lulu     island,   iii-u-   Bteveston,     ���*
broken down, and a  large   area    oi
countr.i   is  Hooded on  the  wesi    . le
of .No. 1 mad, the jilank walk along-
side lb. d ke lias , een washed away
and broken up for a distance of ov< i
three-quarti rs   of   a    mile,   several
"boon        fast coming to an end, The
��� ase in December export? consist-
e i   unio i  i ntlrely ol coal,    The ex-
anufactures show targi   de-
' Hne8   .a   ,. mi.   -It e!   ,.:i |  ..��� her   nietals.
��� .ii   ii'"T as a whole, tin'
m re - exports  wad aboul  $250,-
:.   . es have   been    demolished,   and I   '   year's exports also   In-
acres of gat len truck  have been de       <"  an increase of $53,00,  in coal
stroyed  bj   me    submi r ing   of   He '
i;i   I i   nada's purchase of British manu-
The estimated damage to dyke and facture;     has undergoni    remarkable
property has not yel been ascertained, expansion during the year    Of British
bin it will run wi II into the thousi
of dollar.-.
The unusually high tide, aided by a
stiff breeze, was responsi le for the
breaking of t he dj li
a   \ le ��� -goods Canada   bought   in
1901  -'. 750,000 worth, or 50 per cent.
mon   than  In  1906, and iu    quantity
���    ou Je v. hat  '������us bought in in IB.
\ number of! Thi   increase tor the year in woollen
piec goo 1     1.- $! 000 though in De-
e, n-orsteds showed a decrease.
Ex; oi: - of plg-lron shi w an Iner* a   ���
broughi  up iii ibis city  	
\-rong early In life, and fin-1 houses, built within a short distance
.<    from the home of his of th   break, and which were support-
. ats. ed  on  underpinning,  collapsed owing
r in-  Incarceration   on   to the loosening offhe soil.   Luc
months term, to which lo-   none of the^e were occupied, ani a.-
.     . .;���,-. wer8 nil,,|,, bj   the buildings were for the most  pai
.   ted to si en-,. a pardon   '!' lapidated, the  loss in  thi, conn, i
rley, a  petition  being large-, 'i*��11 will not be great.   Iu other ca es,
n this city and forwarded  watei    Hooded   basements    and   en   exports    in tinm
oth.      nistei  of justice at Ottawa,U> 'ached on kitchen floors to a deptl        ctlcally stationary.
1   ;,,   have  acceded to   "'  two or three Inches.    Several   of
th   petitioners aboul a   llie residents, fearing that th
o, according to unofficial ad
eceiv i    bere    recently
EAW ENFORCED Will    HUNDREDS%lM ": 1XCIUSI0N1STS WIN
STOP JAP INFLUX       LOST IN BIG EIRE    VANCOUVER ELECTION
New Regulation Absolutely Cinematograph Film Catches Six Candidates Supported by
Bars All Japanese Enter- Fire in Crowded Canton Anti-Asiatic League Se-
ing From Hawaiian Island     Bestaurant--300 Cremated     cure Aldermanic Honors.
��� ittawa, dan. '.*.   No matter it j. . -
Victoria. Jan. 9.���Mail advices trom
reach  British  ( olunV ia
;   s- .���:. China tell of a terrible fire al
Canton, where 300 lives were |os; in
Honolulu  tomorrow they  cannot  en
tei   the country.    Th,   new departure ] ^ burning of a restaurant
in immigration regulations which was
announced two days ago is now   the
law  of the land.    An orb r-iii-council,
passed specially to ne-1 the exigency
a  Chinese  recently   returni I   from
'  ���       an.   bringing   a  cln malograpb
mt c    .- . and  at   a wedding feasl a>
created bj  the reported embarkation  |j-'  ���  ioi Chan reBtaurant he gave an
of Japanese from the    luawaiian   is-1 exhibition.
lauds, is now operative and will put      Several hundred Chinese had < owd
a Btop to all possibility ol trouble,      ! ed into  ihe  place    out   of curiosity,
.\s already stated, the rule insists packing it lightly, ���ind when the dim
thai Immigrants landing In Canada took Are there was a panic, during
shall come direct from the country of which th burning building collapsed,
their birth or of adoption. Only Jap- Telegrams from ('anion Btated thai
anise from Japanese from Japan can   mon  than 800 lives were lost.
now be admitted and the arrangement ���	
ancese coming direct from Japan can Cone Falls |nt0 Crater
tlcally stops the natives of Japan end-;    Na.,k,N j��m 8._Foilowing a number
of heavy detonations yesterday, a por
tion  of  ;lie  con.-   I   Mount   I suviu-
approved in parliamentary circles here  Bank wiIhin ,hl, (.,,lU.i: caus!ng great
internal action. An enormous column
worthy of  notice.    The  regulation I
.. ke arose from  the cral ir and
n    aiiied
���V startling item in British  li
Hood   : ""���   < *;in.Ki.-.t  is   thi     .-     ni
would assume serious proportions    e      ttter trade almost   I vanishing
rne|fore  the tide receded, bastilj 'placed   point. The whole year's L utter impo
"5,000    hundred-
<i-  a  satisfactory  way of settling   a
verj   troublesome  question   and    was
passed mainly with a view I .,, I  ,,������   for miles.    President   F
of 574)00 tons during the year, and of  ""' ���l'l":''"    question In the    Pa   ' . .... director of the Ob ei /ator;
jy ijij   in   value,     Exports of    gal    Province. .   that   there  was  no danget   o   i
.    .      -..���������nun   Increased   nearl                    ' new eruption, the sinking of thi  con
ectl ,,   ,,..       -.' n     ble Gray,  of the  city  pol   - being   merely   a   geological   phenom
clined Vj per cent, in quantity, w'nlle   f<-"'r- yesterdaj  tendered his resigns -non.
tion.    No reason is assigned for the| ���
bul ii is known thai the police-' NOTABLE subscribers
man had an interview with I be mayoi
commission! rs,    and    that    his
resignation followed Immedlai ly,
TO "TIMES'' CAPITAL
ion and other expensive Furniture
Canada were
total in 1905
expi cted to reach the Vic-   ',iai
almost any day, bul  Its ef-   '" "Pi"1' l'ooms ou< of l'il��
ie nullified by the escape of  ""'  water,
prisoners.   Should Connerley      A�� attempt bus been made to tem-
 aptured, he   will be   made   to   porarlly  repair the dyke, bul  i.  will  in the butter   trade.    Denmark
take oonsioerable time and a large ex   gained,    rhe cheese  imported    from
penditure of monej before the viclnitj   Canada also declined a quarter of   a
Is safe from another visitation ol th
i lements.
Found   drowned.
London. .Inn. 1).���Among   the   subscribers for the capital, amounting I
was the finding   ei.000,000   for   the   London   Times,
ieh   Ol    weigh!    or  one-sixth  of thi    total   lm-   Ol   the   coroner's   jury   yesterday     In   ^hich   recently   became   the   propert)
Vancouver yesterdaj   was   iu    the
throes of one of ilie hottest elections
that has ever stirred the city on the
inlet Asiatic elclUSlon was a ticket
Strongly set before the ratepayers,
and tbe candidates put forward by tn��
Exclusion  league  were  well in    evi-
d  nee ii ng tlie winners in the fight.
Out of eight men put forward for election by that organisation, no loss
than six lind a -seat on the aldermanic
board. The Electoral Union ticket,
busing its claims on tlie principle ol
good men for civic positions, put into
the Held eleven men to contest the
six wards; of these six wore elected,
two also 'being supported by the Exclusion league, these being the winners in ward two. Following are the
-esuiis in the aldermanic contest, the
first two in  each wartB  being el cted;
Ward One -- Prescott (Exclusion
ticket i, 628; Hepburn (Electoral Union ticket i. 564;   Ramsay, 494.
Ward Two���Stewart <E. T. and E.
U. ���..), 536; Campbell (K. T. and c
P. T.), 489; Franklin, 231.
Ward Three���McGuigan (Independent), 208; Cavanagb (Independent),
2112; Knowlton, 224; Bcott, 102;
Burns, 96,
Ward Four���AlcS pad den (E, T.I.
548; McDonald (E. U. T.i. 4o:i; Odium. 1171.
Ward Five���Mills (E. IJ. T.), 428;
Morton (E. T.), 387; Drost, 318.
Ward Six���McMillan (E. T.I, 1139;
Calland (E, r. T.), 331; or. en, 36D.
ports  of 1906,  and  one-ninth   of    the   the case of tlie body discovered fioal-
What Canada has lost
has
��� :  Ins full  term, and will .also
ll - i-ed   on     ii   charge     of    jail
in addition.
Kelly  Bros.  Squabble.
Winnipeg, Jan. 9.���In chambers, be
tori    W     Justice   Mathers,   yesterday
morning, the application In  the mat-
���r ot k< by vs. Kelly, for a receiver
��� "������  I  ������ tn the assets and property
" linn, came on  for    argument.
The   laintiffa In the case are Michael
CHURCH SERVICES ARE
million  'Hundredweight,  and  ?::.  �����
in value,
Eggs and tinned salmon were only
��� aboue one-half the amount Imported
1 in   11-1110.    The  importation  of  bacon
was stationary.
of Arthur Pearson, are Lord  Brassey,
Ing in the river on Wednesday. Therel^^ Hothschild. Lord Strathcona and
were absolutely no marks by which' Mounl Royal, blgb commissioner toi
the remains could be recognized, and|Canacla.  Lor(] lveagh and Sir Alexan
Henderson, chainuiin of the Great
Central railway. Sir Alexander brings
AUSTRALIAN   SUBSIDY
MAY    BE    RENEWED
a bough a huge mini er Of persons
viewed ihe body, none could identify
b. The interment took pla'ce yesterday afternoon in the old cemetery.
the  largest contribution.
STILE DRAWING CROWDS  -;:,:;:;���:;::;;:;,,-:!
TIE-UP OF STEAMBOATS
COMMENCES THIS DAT
Despite the short notice given, :i
large number of enthusiastic Liberals
assembled  in tne Liberal  club  rooms
 last night and a considerable quantity 	
  | ably,  namely, by 35,000 head,  valued   of work was transacted.    11. A. East- 	
evangelistic   meetings   i!    '���::- ��� ���    Tne    importation    ol   roan,  second   vice-president    of    the      Seattle, Jan. 9.���The Puget    Sound
| cattle from the United States has also ��� club, occupying    the    chair.    Among; steamfcoat  Owners'  association    met
The    union      ^^^^^^^^^^
are   increasing   in   Interest   and
Ottawa., .la:.. 9.���Sir Wilfrid Latrler,
in the House today, stated that the
contract for the steamship subsidy between Vancouver and Australia expired July 21 last. The new contract
was sent to-be signed, and was not
yet completed. This was .all the premier said, but it means that the subsidy, which was dropped in the est-
mate for next year, will be renewed
if everything is satisfactory.
at-
-   agreement    was    terminated I [n the audience.
''"' '���     - contentions between  the par-       Asa Gordon   presented  a   clear and
ties are now referred to the court for   logical  statement of the nee 1 of repentance,  taking as his text  "Except
declined 50.000 head.   The British are other matters raised was the quesiion1 ye8ter!day and voted to stand by    the
tendance.    Last night  Queen's ari-'��"e. apparently  eating  more mutton    an 1 of  better accommodation  in  the cluo'
church   was   well   tilled, and   an    in-   pork, and less beef than previously.
e uonced      On the other hand. Canada overtoils tne room coninnuee to  ace    several: SQeiation is  not  dealing  with    either
;i'>'i  vi irtln Keiiy, a,,,] the defendant
mnias Keiiy, an well known con-:    ��� " "���'" '   " l ����^���uj chuub mure iiiuiion    ana oi  Deuer accommoaanun in cue ciuu  original    agreements    with    masters,
1    in ne  city,   a dispute having  church   was  well  filled, and  an    tn- ,pork, and less beef than previously. rooms, this being left in the hands of | maiei> pilots m^ engineers.   The as-
etween the brothers, the part-1 creasing number of men were noticed.    On the other hand, Canada overtoils the room committee to act.    Several
her  wheat  record.    Britain   Imported   questions  of   interest   to   the Liberal,he Masters   Mates and P.lots' asso
->".    -.1111   flltlk     hl.C'.lole     ��f    nnnn.lir. 1         Jl. ..c~.l      ...J.U ..��l.,.r,-nc��.   I
adjudication.
Kells  Bros, were contractors for the
post office  buildings at Vancou-
new
shall   all   likewise  per-
ye   repent   ye
ish."
"All sin leads to death and we all
have to choose between repenting or
perishing," said tlie evangelist. Repentance means the giving up of sin���
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ U    means   to   stop   playing   the   fool.
IrTII Til   DC  COTini KHirn I Moralu>' is -(HHl as tar as k B��es' but
''Ltu iu DL loIAoLloiltu " does not reach far euouffh to save
! Winnipeg and for other large
bulll!in!    oi  Western Canada.
NEW liRADES OF GRAIN
000,000 busliels of Canadian wheat, party were discussed with tiithuslasm
or -500,000 more than she imported' by the members present, and before
iu 1906, which was in itself a record adjournment it was announced by the
year. The average price at British cnalrman that an organization meet-
ports in 180. was over ?1 per bushel, ing would be neld at Central Park on
compared with 87 cents in 1900.   lae Thursday next, at which he asked that
imports  of Canadian  flour    increased ill make a special effort to attend.   A-. j sound  steamboats January  10  for    a
by H.OoO barrels. special    program    committee    is    in   few days," said  Joshua Green,  presi-
Canadian   hewn  timbei  declined   in charge of the arrangements  for    t1ie| d<int.  of  tne  Tnian(j Navigation  com-
cLation or the Marine Engineers' Bern -
tidal association as organizations.
| Members state they will adjust the
difference with their men as individuals.
It will probably mean a tie-up of
To Select Officers.
Grand Forks, B. C, Jan. 9.���A mass
meeting of citizens was held last
night in Eagles' hall to select a mayor
and aldermen for the city election.
At this meeting Postmaster Gewrge
Hull was chosen as school \ trustee,
and the final decision of the meeting
regarding the choosing of a mayor
and aldermen was postponed till an
adjourned meeting on Friday evening.
the  British  markets  2a  per  cent,  in   occasion,  and   a good   time  is  prom-
value,  and 40  per cent,  in   quantity,   ised.    The contingent from the    city
Sawn   split   timber   declined   by
! a man from perdition.    Sometimes on j P�� ^nt. In value and quantity.
Shipboard  it is everything overboard,! -
';i   J��n. 9.���The grain commis-j rigging, mast, cargo, in older   to save
'   ""   has  been  presented    to   the   ship   and   the   passengers.     And
111'" - The commission took evi-l with us It must lie overboard with our
at  different   points In  Canada,1 sins if we want to be saved."
,;:i,"i>  and the  United  btates
against   the   government
111,1 operating large interior
"torus,   elevators
rutin
led
liaii
T,
Itloie-
l<
IVanr-
Pr,
They    would,
Mrs. Gordon is very  wise and tactful  .ii   presenting  the appeal  for    decision; aud last night a large numl.er
it   expressed   themselves  as  desirous  of
practically    mean    a    loss    all I living a new and a better life,    The
'I  Is  recommended that    no large audience made it advisable   to
shall have   the  Manitoba    in-1 use the league room as an    Inquiry
'HviBion   without  being    of-! room tor the after meeting.
:'   weighed  mud   cleaned.    It    is'     Tnis   afternoon   Mi's.   Cordon   Will
'''d  thai  a  provision  be placed   give a special message to women and
1,1  against pooling among ele-   girls at 3 o'clock in the Queens ave-
Uefects have been ahown   in nue  church.    The   morning    prayer
'"'- and  it  is suggested that    a! meetings   are   being    continued     this
^ weighing department be establish- morning In the following places:    B.
""'   Port   Arthur and   Fort   Wil-   K. Blewett, 720 Queen's avenue;  R. J.
'-'levators  should  be taken over   Wlntemute,  St. George street;  C. B.
"government, , Arniitage,  Durham  street;    Mrs.   J.
"'"mote  trade    in    wheat    and    .rows,',  near  comer of Fifth avenue
'"'  l1"' "Hem  there should  be   mud   Ash  street;   Mrs.  Brishell,  Knox
and   terminal   facilities     at   street,   Sapperton.  and     Mrs.     Black-
llver' siock, beyond the Brunette mills. Sap-
'vision ehould   also   he   made to perton.
TEACHERS TENDER
THANKS TO TRUSTEES
will  leave about  7 o'clock,  returning
by the last car.
UNREST IN INDIA IS
BEING FELT EVERYWHERE
The New Westminster school board
met   last   night   with    Trustee    John   rest   in   India  is   Stated  by   Dev.   I)
puny, yesterday. "Some of our men
will stay by us, and during my recent
trip easi I secured engineers at Washington, D. C, Chicago and San Francisco who are ready to come to us on
telegraphic notice. "All our captains
will stay witn us, I think, and so will
the pilots."
Mr.  Green  stated that the  various
    members of  the  Owners'  association
: were   firmly  agreed  to  tie  up    lueir
1'oronio, Jan. 9.���That there is mi-   boats after   January   10   until   they
 could secure men at  the wages they
McKay, secretary of the Presbyterian   are   willing  to pay.     Representatives
THIRTY MEMBERS SIGN
CHARTER OF C.O.C.F.
n
mi.xh
an
'" there is no manipulation   lu i
grades
Lottery Prize Brings Joy.
Madrid, Jan. 9.���There    was   great
In tween  Fori   William
ninri',''"'1, H I ^B Canadian   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ls-   The commission has   come; rejoicing today In the   quarters   of
conclusion that    the    grading Madrid  when the government lottery,
'st'ne most siiitai.le for Cana-; amounting    to    $110,000.   wfts divided
| "''Pori-ments, and that.it would! among   the   sellers   of   newspapers,
wise to alter the grades estftb-  workmen and children of thai locality,
i    ''  '""   ovv|ng  to  the    increasing'and   the  event   was    celebrated    with
tloMf certain types   of grain music, singing,   dancing   and   other
�� new provinces, it is suggested festivities, giving   that   pari   of   tne
""nrairaion that new grades be capital an unusually   J<��',,IIK   upi"'"'''
' -1 l shed.
l,;lnce- it  -     I
Peck in the chair, and Trustees T. J
Trapp and L. Thornber present. The I Foreign Missionary society, who has 0f neither the masters, mates, pilots,
most important business of the ses-: just returned after a year and a half's nor the engineers' association would
sion was the decision of the board to ' visit to the east.    It is  felt   every-  discuss the wage question yesterday.
secure plans and specifications for a | where, it is talked about everywhere, 	
new school to be erected in the west! find it causes much anxiety, however      Shiver pictures, good singing, pleas-
end. ! Britishers may  whistle  to    keep    up.Jng acting, old and middle aged gags.
The chairman and secretary were; their courage, it is another phase oi and nigger patter was the bill pro-
re-elected to office, the former thank-' new life that is stirring in all the east,, duced at the opening of the Georgia
ing the members for their co-opera- India for the Indians, China for the vaudeville theatre yesterday evening,
tion during the past term. Trustee Chinese, and Japan for the Japs. Taking it all round, the class of work
Thornber reported the completion ot Great Britain is educating India; put up by the company is deserving o:
all the work committed to him during away from colonial ideas up to an Hi- support on the part of tiie community,
the holidays, the fixing up of the new dependent state, and it ought to be and, after making due allowances for
wing of the Central school, and said that Britain is doing it honorably. - a first night, the show given yester-
changes in the old portion. The Japanese have groat Influence in  day was creditable to,the organizers.
Requisitions    were    received   from  all the east, even in India, bin Japip   and well above what was expected by
L..e several schools for supplies lor cannot control China. The Chinese
the year, and these were submitted to hate the Japanese, and the fact that
a classification committee with a view I they do not resist Japanese aggres-
to calling for tenders. Several teach- siveness more vigorously is due to the
ers wrote thanking the board for In- fact that they are afraid. They are
creases of salary. Pressure of bust- not ready to stand up for their rights,
ness resulted in the laying over of Hut when the day comes there will be
the accounts until a special meeting [ a struggle, unless Japan modifies her
to be held on Monday evening. l>olicles.
The work of driving piles for the St. John N. B., Jan. 8.���Hon. W. H.
new shingle mill for Messrs. Barnet; Tuck, chief justice of New Brunswick,
and AiciDonald on Lulu island, is pro- has sent ln his resignation to the de-
greBsing rapidly. | partment of justice at Ottawa.
the majority of people who attended.
The patronage during the early part
of the evening was such that at one
time over fifty people were unable to
obtain seating accommodation. Mrs.
Marshall, who officiates at the piano
and accompanies herself in the illustrated songs, made a hit with the .audience from the start, while Wolfe nnd
Wolfe, In a musical sketch, proved
themselves adepts with stringed instruments, but the accompanying patter is stale and needs retouching by
the company's joke exiiert.
New Westminster council of the
Canadian Order of Chosen Friends got
away to a splendid start last evening.
Organizer J. ' H. Mallett presented
nearly thirty names for charter membership and a most successful organization  was effected.
The following were elected to the
various offices: Past chief councillor,
Wm, F. Hansford; chief councillor, J.
W. Macdonald; vice chief councillor,
Mrs. W. C. Coatham; recorder, W. C.
Coatham; assistant recorder, Wesley
Macdonald; treasurer, George Adams;
prelate, Mrs. Dr. Levey; marsha.,
Percy L. Secord; warden, Mrs. A. P.
Halladay; guard, Laverne Adams;
sentry, George O'Connor; trustees; A.
P. Halladay, H. H. McKenzie and Dr.
G. H. I^evey.
The order gives both insurance and
sick benefits to ladles and gentlemen
on the same terms; is purely Canadian and has made a remarkable
' growth, especially in Ontario. It Is
now making a strong bid for a fair
share of the western business and
evidently is bound to succeed.
Mr. Mallett, with the assistance of
Organizer H. W. Madill, late of the
( Ontario organization staff, has promised to start the local council off with.
S at least 100 members and hfs chances
seem  good.    He speaks  very highly
of  New   Westminster as  a fraternal
! city, and declares that the spirit   of
i fraternalism is right to the front.
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H.   BROWNING
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NEW   WESTM1SSTER,        -        B.    C.
Lift SENTENCE GIVEN
YOUTHfUL MURDERER
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James O'Brien Sent to Penitentiary by Old Friend of
His Family.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
Westminster
Transfer Co
i<ffics Tbone 185.       barn   rnone U7
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OfU in���Tram  Depot
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office   Elflhth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B-   C.
Winnipi g Jan. '���'. Jame O'Brien, a
: lad of only 16, was todaj sentenced al
I Pembina, N. I)., to life imprisonment
' for  the  murder Of his  chum.   Arthur
Leclalre, a young railway brakesman,
ion the night of December 22.      The
, murder was attributed to the laxity of
j the  liquor  law   at   Gretna,   Manitoba
where the two boys    had    procured
liquor on Sunday afternoon, previous
to   the  night of  the  murder.
O'Brien secured a hatchet aud
struck beclaire several limes on the
back of the bead and afterwards dragged the lifeless body to the Red river
| and pushed il under the ice. The
father of O'Brien is customs collector
at Neche, X. D., on the boundary line
between    Canada    and    ths    United
Slates.
The judge who passed sentence ami
the prisoner's father have been personal friends for thirty .veins, and
the judge  had  known  the    prisoner
since  he  was a baby.
Hard Times Here! Votingj^M
COOKS LEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST%CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-mt
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
Mr Advertise  the town   we  live In  IJ
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
PHONE B 284
Manitoba  Fire.
Iteston. Man., Jan. 9,���About mid
night last night, fire broke out in the
barn of -l. B. Ireland, completely destroying it and contents, including
eight horses, implements and f ed,
The loss is estimated at. $2600.
For cut flowers, Douquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B- 208. *�����
Choice Meats and Chickens always
on hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
The Royal
Formerly
ST. PATRICK'S HALL
High ��� Class Moving Pictures
and Illustrated Songs
OPENING
TUESDAY
at   2 o'clock
'S-nd   every   day thereafter,   from   2  to
5:30 and from 7 to 10:30,
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers In Ladles' and Gents'
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dyeing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St. Vancouver, B. C.
New  Bakery
H. C. MARK & SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue and
Second  street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Office.
Have you tried our home made
bread, scones or rookies ? They are
choice.
Phone B359 will bring our delivery
rigs promptly.
:. CRAKEi
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from $12,75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.     \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason-
a'de.
NOTICE
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Purchasing  the  Automobile
The Red Spectre
The Maniac Juggler
Song,    "Moonbeams    and    Dream    of
You."    Come whe*n you  like, stay as
long as you like.
ADMISSION   TO   ALL���10c.
The Georgia
McKenzie Street
S VAUDEVILLE
The Latest Attractions,
Fresh from the Big Theatrical Centres.
Performances   from  4:15
to 5:15 o. m., and from 8 to
10:30 p. m. daily.
Adults  25c,     Children  15c
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New  Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that C. W. Preston,
of Seattle, occupation Broker, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of lot 1020,
thence west 20 chains to the east
boundary of T. L. No. 11734, thence
south 80 chains, thence east to shore,
thence north along the shore to the
point of commencement.
CHAS- W. PRESTON
Dated Dec. 14. 1907.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AM)  ENGINE
WORK.
SHU'   SMITHING.   BRIDGE   and
STRUCTURAL     IRON     WORK.
Ornamental Iron Work. imcludSmg
Fences,   Gates,   Fire   Escapes,   etc.
Mail orders and correspotucEence invited.
JOHN Rrii>,
BEGBIE  STREET.
N'-w Westminster. P. O. Box 474
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Everything m Household
Furniture and Furnishings Being Disposed  of
REGARDLESS OF ALL COST
We must have the money.   You can
do with the goods at these prices:
Good, strong, serviceable Chairs,
at .39c
Extension Dining Tables, at $5.80
Sets of Dining Chairs, at 98c each
Well finished Imperial Oak Sideboards      .      .       .     $18.75
Well made Tapestry Couches, $6.75
Iron and Brass Beds as low as,
each,      .      .       .        $3.35
Combination Secretaire and China Cabinet      .       .     $13.90
Spring Mattresses, for   .   .   $1.95
Perfect Pantries, never sold for
less than $16, will clear at $8.50
These are the Biggest Bargain Quotations
Ever Known.
No occasion TO TELL YOU where you can find
them; you all know it must be
John A. Lee's
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Telephone   73      /
Dupont Blocft, Wumbia St., lew Westminster, B. C.
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COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Bo* 345
OFFICE: FRONT SIBEEI. FOOT OF SITU. -
'Phone   105.
���A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES:
l     WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!    |
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Tins  ELEGANT   L1BBAR?  INCLUDING   125    VOLUM        ANiJ
HANDSOME  CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO Till
SOCIETY   CHURCH OB SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINST1
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTF.S   IN Til!.
LOWING  MANNER:
The  men limits listed below will give  with  each 10c  c;  b  , ir.
chase one vote,
The contesl   began  Aug.  2Srd,  1907,    and  will  close    .1 ���
1908, at 7  ]>. hi.
A ballot box Is placed iu D.  S.  Curtis  & Co's drug  itori
votes are to be di posited.
At tin- close "f tin' contest the Lodge, Society, Cnu    >
having   received   the   largest number of votes will be awa
library.
Current  accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to
Remember, votei can be secured by trading with the A
ed below.
Library is on exhibition at w.  E. Kales' furniture
D. S. Curl is will count the votes.
W.    E..   FALES
Furniture
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HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
THE   Rt^AL  STUDIO
(under ne��� management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
II.   S.   CURTIS   4   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End   Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB. CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections.     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES
S.   H.  Thompson, Prop.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1X17.
CAPITAL I',4,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New touudland, and   iu   London,   hu^iand,
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City     A   .en
eral Banking Business Transa*t9d.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all Daris of the
World.
Sawing* Bank Department.     Deposits received In bums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per ceet. per annum  (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $1C8,000.000.00.
NW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH G.  D.  BRYMNER.  Manner
W. R. GiHey���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  16\
G.  E.  Gilley���Tel,  891
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DhrvLERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Ceme'nt, Roaetoank Lime, B. C P��t-
tery Vitrifi��i4 Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, a.n<l Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
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.J Windsor Hotel Block. -J
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Electric Railway Service
Interurbafi   Line.
Cars tor Vancouver  and    wav
stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
clt;  line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service hait-nouny be
tween ��.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Here is your chance to start the new year riglit, by buying a "V(' ���
roomed cottage on Third street for $900, $2,')0 cash, balance $15 \*'f i
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13-Mlth.
! P. PEEBLES &L
| 270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
I Box 545.
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W. IN'. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEW5 :RlDAV.
JAN.   10.   1908.
TI1E DAILY NEWS.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers i
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
=   The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
inviti -' you to join the large number of satisfied Depo
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR. '
P ii your money where il is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that   will  harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at t
Five Cents a Bar
A  LITTLE  NONSENSE.
Condensed
Advertisements
Even  Though   He Wss a  Murderer Hie
Gave a Stenographer- a Good Shave.
According to tbe Saturday Even- -~ ^~,~���
tag Post, a talkative and self im- ttt anted  tree  pruning   bv
|       ul  young  court stenographer W     contract.   E. J. Fisher, garden-
weni  ftith a detailed judge to one  ,.,-. Bedford House, or  me 39
oi '   ��� i   id towns in the Kentucky ,	
ui'             to do his part in holding \it ANTED   TWO   WALE   BOARD-
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era  In  private family.    Apply
OST    KNCl.ISii  SETTER, BLACK
Alex. Lusier, Second streel
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OST- BUNCH    OF    KEYS
ward m Cornish's Studio.
RE-
AND STILL MORE BARGAINS
IN
Winter
a term of i ourt. W
It v..]- a small place, far from a this office.
I. nnd the inhabitant* were	
all fe idists oi one clan or another.
After :i day or two at the Little hotel
tin- stenographer Baid lo the hotel
keeper, "Where's the barbel shop?"
"Ain't no barber shop here," the
tee replied.    "We all  mostly
��� ir hair grow."
"Bui can't I get shaved anywhere?"
"Oh, yes, I reckon you kin. Unci'- Joe down to the cobbler's shop
sometimes shaves folks."
Tin- stenographer went to Uncle
Joe's and found tlie cobbler to he a
mild mannered old man, fith flow-  , .,       ., ...
i- i     7     i ,    \��7 AM hU-U)I.\        (IR.     Tl
rnv  whiskers  and  u  pale and   W -,,-,,
'*       mind    children.     Apply     Air:
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ANTED TO RENT���COTTAGE,
flat or rooms en suite; furnished or unfurnished: possession wanted
by March; no children. Reply at once,
Btating location and full particulars.
Address, Box "B" Dally NeWs.
ro
bei I fie blue eye.
Uncle Joe  said  lie  cou
Art Inn
Bnave  .
,      . Queen
nun. and he got out a razor and a'   	
Alalins,   l-'irst
park.
Lpp
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Under
.-In. ing nine-. The stenographer sal   ,
down on a chair and leaned back,  D OOM. AND BOARD in I
He waited in some trepidation, but
the old man was skillful and gavi
liim ,. good shave.
li    as necessarv  for the young "
OUSE   WORK   oi
PRIVATE
��� i.uim.v iimiiiiiu coupie), corner
or Eleventh Btreet aid Queen's avenue, near car shops.
H
wanted In
ANY    KIND
���"ll  mini's    bouse,
wear
:;;.'   to talk, so when the  barber
was "ii his iliroiit  he said, "Good
manj   murders  around  here, ain't : A"'lly l,:"'-v Xl'"s ("n'"-
there:'"
"Well, suh." the barber said, ��wel W ANT i:" ,; v MIDDLE-A<
don'i call them murders. FJowsom- TY woma'n washing or cleaning by
ever, there's some killin's, if that is ""' ,ia>'- APPly 5th A- '��� :i:i' 7th street,
what you mean." ��� ���
"Oh, well," said the young man,   TT7 ANTED���YOUNG LADY BOARD.
"I suppose one name's as good as    ����     er,  privati   family.    Apply  P.
another.    When was the last kill-   0. L'ox 873,
ii   ?"	
"A man was shot out here in the   VT7ANTED   STORE   16   or   20x40.
square last week." VV   .;,,. ;        tion.   Apply    R.    A.
"Who shoi him ?" Dally News.
Tie barber brought the razor up |
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Twenty (20) dozen
on the young man's Adam'.- apple. ���
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N)   ���>   Wl BTMINSTER BRANCH.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Wgr.
THE ONE-
The good housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" 1 ecatise it does its
work better, faster and ensier than
any other.
SHIRTS   and
DRAWERS
Regular 75c values, and good values
at that.   In snuff brown color,
plush lined (fleeced).
To clear at
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
O O U X D���A S U Al OF MONEY.
Owner can have same by proving
prop* rty and paying for this advertisement.  Apply  185 Sixth  stn et,
F0R
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SALE���BEST    Kill    CORD-
ood, $5.00 a cord delivered.    T.
: il. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
Can you   hope to settle: ���-'<���
this cheap labor question!
Gi
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label   j- A
attached,  made by   :    : IJ
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.       New Westminster
,two. Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
PANESE     BOY      ATTENDING
school wants work with good family in return for room and board,
Apply Box 545, city.
JAPANESE   LA
u al housew<
INOTICf!
ADD3S  WANT  GEN-
ork for month, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 296, city.
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
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50c
the garment   while it lasts.
POSITION WANTED
Ing    housekeeper;
i Apply at News office.
AS   WORK-
go;d    cook.
New  Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford, \	
of Hammond, B. C, occupation lady, j T ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
intends to apply for permission to pur-1 ���LJ after January.lst. Corner 4th
chase the following descri.ed lands: j Ave. and 6th street. All conveniences.
Commencing at a post planted    at
the southwest corner of lot 1650 New
Westminster   Land    District.',   thence
OST���GOLD PURSE WITH   LET-
ter   T   on   outside,    containing
Limited
=
We will sell
all our
FOR CASH...
Dinner Sets I
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north 20 chains more or less to th- N j *���iM su"> ot monev' Notlf-v Ms office
W. corner of Slid lot 1650, thence east
100 chains, thence south to the shore,
thence westerly along the shore, to
the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
Dated Dec. 3. 1907.
and receive reward.
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18-] ece sets, regular price $20.00, for	
97-piece sets, regular price $16.50, for	
': I ��� ce Bets, regular price $14.00; tor	
102-plece sets, regular price $13.50, tor	
la     butter dishes, regular price 25c to 35c, for
All China at Reduced Prices.
...$15.75-
..$13.50
...$11.25
...$10.75
 20c
OOD   FOR   SALE���QUANTITY
of No.  1   fir cord wood.    Appi;"
P. O. Box 325.
WANTED���Girl mornings for bed-
A. MsHillop.
The Wardrobe Clothier
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Double Screened Nut
ADAMS &  DEANS  jfe Canadian Bank of Commerce
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery:
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER. President ALEX.  LAIRD,   General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
$5 and under   3 cents*
Over $5 and not exceeding $10  6 cents
I Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 15 cents
These orders are PAYABLE  AT PAR at any office    in  Canada   of a
i Chartered   Rank   (Yukon   excepted),  and at the principal banking points in
the United  States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THI'l CANADIAN  BANK  OF   COMMERCE. LONDON, EXG.
J They form an excellent method of r emitting  small  sums  of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
W;
ANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of office. Apply D. C, Daily
News office.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS'
situation as house boy; honest
and Intelligent; speaks good English.
Addrtss G. NISHI, P. O. Box 414,
New  Westminster.
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If YOU Want a Situation.
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea &Co.
Telephone 150
Trade Marks
Onions
Copyrights Ac.
Anvone sending a sketch and description may
quiclily ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention H Pr��b��blTP��t*.n.ta6!8i,.��omffu.n,c!:
linns strictly confldoTalalYHANDBOOK on Patentt
ient free. Oldest agency forsecuruigpetents.
Patent* taken through Mann A Co. reoeM
tpteUtl fwtiM, without charge, tn the
Semitic American.
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any tcleiitlflo Journal. Terms for
Canada, ��a.75 a year, pottage prepaid. Bold by
all newsdealers.
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Opera House Bookings.
Juvenile   Bostonians    Jan. 13
Gorton's   Minstrels Jan- 15
Devil's Auction   Jan. 21
We Are King   Jan. 2-!
Kerry   Cow    Feb. ?.">
Dream City    Mar.   2
Sla ln New York  April 1
The   Burgoroasiter    April 8
I  A College Boy    May 27
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C. A. McKlLLOP,
('Unofficial Dispatch Announces Formation of Pacific
Squadron ���Thirteen Ships
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SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
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FRIDAY.   JAN.    10.
1908.
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THE  UNFIT.
Immigration  is the question above
all  others engaging the mind of all
Canada at this time. We are a people
large enough to dictate as to who are
fit or unfit to be admitted within our
borders and it. is interesting to know
that since the clause of the Inimigra-
upon make out his warrant under his
hand and seal for the recommittal of
such Immigrant to the penitentiary,
jail or prison from which be was deported, or to any other penitentiary,
jail or prison in Canada; and such
immigrant shall be so re-commltteii
accordingly ami shall undergo a term
of Imprisonment equal to the residue
of his sentence, which remained unexpired at the time of Ms deportation."
Tin se provisions are explicit
enough. But it musl be clearly understood that the onus of action is placed
upon the city clerk or the secretary
of a municipality. All that official has
to do is to set the law in motion���he
has been provided with the necessary
papers; the department will do the
rest.
The best proof that  this clause is
Victoria, B. ('.. Jan. 9. From London conies a special dispatch to the
effect that a li ailing dally of that city
has announced thai a cruiser .squadron, to be known as the Vorth American and Pacific squadron, Is to be sent
to hsquimalt In -May. making bead-
quarters here for future. It will, siays
the report, be composed of the cruisers Euryabus, flagship of Rear Admiral s. s. Inglefield; Creasy, ami
Hogue. presumably also cruisers Indefatigable, Scylla, Sapho, Brilllan
and probably six of the county class
of cruisers.
This will make thirteen cruisers and
7100 officers and men. The report
says that official continuation cannot
be secured.
tion act empowering the Government
to deport undesirables went into effect  ueinS enforced is the statement made
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LODGE
IN  PROSPEROUS CONDITION
Granite lodge, No, 16, Knights of
Pythias, met last night for the installation of officers for the year. The
term just closed has been one of the
most prosperous In the history of the
order in this city and the lodge is
now in excellent financial standing.
The deputy grand chancellor, T. Hem-
in December, 1902, no fewer than 14,- ln
770 persons have been detained at
ports of entry for examination, an
of these 2,684 were rejected owing to
physical defects .aud were sent back
whence they came at the expense of
the steamship companies.
That is the barrier at the point of
entry. But il ls not the only one.
Clause iii'. of the Immigration act provides:���
"33. Whenever in Canada an immigrant has, within two years of his
landing in Canada, become a public
charge, or an inmate of a penitentiary,
jail, prison Or hospital or other charitable institution, it shall be the duty
of the clerk of secretary of the municipality to forthwith notify the Minister,  giving  full   particulars.
"2. On rSceipt ol such Information
the Minister may. in his discretion,
after Investgating the facts, order the
deportation of such Immigrant at the
cost and charges of such Immigrant If
he is able to pay, and if not then at
the cost of the municipality wherein
he'has last been regularly resident, if
so ordered by the Minister, and if he
is a vagrant or tramp, or there is no
such municipality, then at the cost of
the Department of the Interior.
"3.   When  the  immigrant  is an  inmate of a penitentiary, jail or prison,
the Minister  of   Justice   may,    upon
the request of the Minister of the Interior, issue an order to the warden
or governor of such penitentiary, jail
or prison, commanding him to deliver
the   said   immigrant to    the    person
named  in the  warrant  issued  by  the
Superintendent   of    Immigration    as
hereinafter  provided,   with  a  view   to,
the   deportation   of  such   immigrant;!
and   the  Superintendent of Immigra-'
tion  shall issue  his  warrant  to such!
person as lie may authorize to receive]
such  immigrant   from the  warden  or!
governor  of  the   penitentiary,   jail  or
prison, as the case may be, ,and such;
order or warrant   may  be in  the form
given in Schedule Two of this act.
"I. Sue order of the Minister of I
Justice shall be sufficient authority to
tbe warden or governor of tli- peni-
teatiary, jail or prison, as the case
may i.e. to deliver such Immignanl tn
ill - i . : son named in the warrant ol
Hie Supi rintendenl of Immigration as
! ul. and such na'.ilen or gov-
pernor shall obej such order; and such
warrant of tin- Superintendent of im
migration shall be sufficient authority]
in I'm- person n im id then in I i detain
such immigrant in bis custody in any
pari of Canada until sui li Immigrant
is delivered to the authorized agenl
of the transportation company or com-
l.'iui is which brought him into Canada, with a view to his deportation as
herein provided.
"5. Every immigrant deported under
fa's section shall be carried, by the
same transportation company or companies which brought him into Canada, to the port from which he came
io Canada, without receiving the usual payment for such carriage.
"6.    In    case    he was brought Into |
Canada by a nallway company, such |
com;,any   shall   similarly  convey   him
or   secure   his  conveyance   from    the
municipality or locality whence he Is
to be deported to the country whence]
he was brought.
"7. Any Immigrant deported under
this section as having beconi ��� an inmate of a penitentiary, jail or prison;
who returns to Canada after such deportation, may be brought before any
Justice of the peace in Canada: ani
���such justice of the peace shall there-
official  quarters    that    last    year | brough, was the installing officer
nearly one thousand people had been
deported under its provisions.
High Tide at Skeena.
The highest tide that has been
known on the Skeena for twenty
years, was experienced last Saturday,
according to Angus McAlister, who is
in charge of the cold storage plant at
Claxton and came down to Vancouver
on the Queen City yesterday morning.
It was away up over the wharves at
the Claxton cannery and at Carlisle
cannery, three miles further up. iir-
teen of the ca'.ins were knocksd down,
ll happened to be the day for the
highest tide of the. year there and the
strong wind which was blowing raised
the   water considerably  higher.
sisted by Past Chancellors Mcintosh
and W. W. Forester. The following
officers were installed:
Chancellor commander, G. Kttinger;
vice chancellor, L. Grimmer; prelate,
C. h. Barbaree; K. of R. and S., F. P.
Maxwell; master of finance. A. H.
Ferguson; master exchequer, Andrew
McDonald; master at arms. T. Hcm-
brough; master of works, W. G.
Sininis; inner guard. .1. j. Forester;
outer guard,  C.  B.  Deans.
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insiiil on having WINDSOR
SALT- 195 w
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Special
Prices
FOR
TO-DAY
AND
SA TUR DA Y
BOYS' $2.00 boxcalf and
Dongola boots FOR $1 50
YOUTHS' box calf $1.75
boots FOR $1.40
MISSES' $2.00 boots	
 FOR $1.50
WOMEN'S $2.50 line kid
boots FOR $2.00
WOMEN'S $4.50 gun metal American  boots	
 FOR $3.50
MEN'S fine kid, $4.50,
Goodyear welt boots..
 FOR $3.50
Our January
Clearance Sale
Is Now On
COLLEGE
BOOTS
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Goods
To Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices
These prices are for TO-DAY and SATURDAY only.
JOHNSTON'S
Big   Shoe   House,  Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
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Call and we will be pleased to
show you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Stretil
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Ju Fresh Pork Sausages Dail
S Best of Farmer's Pork
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Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
TRY-
Meadow Sweet
The Latest Perfume
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RYALL'S DRUG STORE]
t:��i FBIDAY.  JAN.   10-   1908.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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ANUARY SALE
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We have past records to beat, larger stocks to reduce,
bigger bargains to offer, and only a limited time
before stock-taking.   These are some reasons
why you should come and supply your
present needs, and buy what you
anticipate you '11 require for
months to come.
30 Children's Coats at $1.95
It's the lowest price for new goods that a January Sale ever offered. We
have no excuse to offer only that it's January, and they will be sold, and quickly
too. Don't phone, because thirty women will be here before 9 a. m. Choice of
new $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 Coats for children, age 8 to 12 years, at $1.95.
$20.00 Women's Winter Coats for $9.50
The number is limited, but the styles are all new. we have no (last season's)
Coats to offer. This is a final clearance and a good opportunity'for you to
secure the best at half or less.
January Whitewear Sale Starts Thursday
So you may come expecting the biggest Whitewear values ever given in this
city or elsewhere. The items mentioned are but samples of an enormous variety
of others equally as good ; but Thursday's savings say "Buy Thursday."
Corset Covers
Low, round neck, full front,
good English cambric, size 32
to  12.    Salt- price  j 12Vic
Corset Covers
Made of good cotton, with
low round neck, finished with
lace edge, arms also with lace,
full front, wlt'n six rows of lace
Insertion, draw strings at waist,
32 to 42 inches bust measure.   January sale price  ...25c
Corset Covers
Low   neck,  full  tucked  front.
yoki   and nuns    trimmed    with
��� mbroidi ry,  pearl   buttons,
1    tring at  the .waist;  good
size   32   to   H.     Bale
 50c
SKIRTS
ide of good   cotion,   deep
tills   flounce ot  fine  lawn.
ed wiih rows of tucks and
ol Bine  embroidery or lace,
38,     in  and    42.    Sale
 $1.00
SKIRTS
50 Elaborate
Sample Skirts
At a nn'i' ��� fra itlaa of their
actual value. Pr'.c i range from
$2.50 to    $18.50
Skirts of Good
Quality
White cotton,. finished with
flounce of fine lawn with two
loch hemstitched hem, and two
rows of hemstitched tucks, cut
full width, our leader for this
big sale at 75c
2 Cases of Sample
Lawn Blouses
You can  have    wide    choh
and Bave much money.
DRAWERS
Made of good cotton, wl li umbrella trill, finished wiih two
lr.ili' inch hemstitched tucks an l
hemstitched hem, lengths 25
and 27 inches; open and cl i3ed
 25c
DRAWERS
Makers' samples, wide umbrella and knicker styles, with
deep frill of lawn with tine insertion lace or blind embroidery, and finished with silk ribbon and bows. Sale price $1.00.
$1.50, $2.00 and    $2.25
GOWNS
Made of tin-,' cotion, square
Mother Hubbard yoke of fine
tucking finished with frill of
fine lace at neck and sleeves.
January sals price    50c
GOWNS
stvle
Sale  price
��� ��� ry wide cut, good quality
line cambric with frill of
��� to give extra fullness, fln-
- ' I with two rows fine lace
rtlon and two rows of tucks,
'li  a finish    of deep    Val n-
' ��ne lace, and dust frill. Stab
'���   $3,50
DRAWERS
Made of tine cotton, wide umbrella frill, finished with clusters Of fine tucks, and frill of
real' torchon lace, sizes 2T�� and
27 inches; open and closed
Btvlea.    Sale  price    50c
Come and see what the price tickets say on Goods
not advertised.
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CITY NEWS
a   ecogi .,:��� i Btandar l   A sell sell-.
in le -The li. C.  Cigars.        ���*
mrlal of Miss Johnson, a young
in vbarysville, took plac    ri  tei
ila     the  Rev.  B. A. Sand officiating.
Hi luce i prices Cor i .> -' mall < hina
at A iams and Oeans.
The  Lutheran church  services    on
Sunday will be .held in the Odd !���'< I-
lov ball, the Rev. B. A. Sand preach-
iir   on  both occasions.
To the man who enj - a good dinner;  try   Kenny's.
Invitations will shortly be issued
for a box social and dance to be given
on Tuesday, January 21, by the Uniform ran'.. Granite lodge, K. of P.
li : .- ou tev, where the h<
e spent.    Mr. an 1    Mrs.
Taj I i    ��������� ill i side in this city.
"Ihere Is plenty of time yet," you
say.    Bui   the  special    services will,
soon   be   iver, and so  will you;   life
kind with It your opportunities.   Thin
of  it, and   what  it   will   mean   to  you I
and make up your mind to Berve God
before it is too late.    Meetings every
night in the Queen's avenue Methodist
church. **
s. A. Gibson, W. Anderson and
'    '���'    Hfl  lam, who will also have tne
. - all n cessary arrange-
ommittee    n nlcii    lms
���eei , tlons to
ported
���   ium of $l2u collected, leaving a
lance on ban I afl ir all
���������ere paid. Ai the lasl m
a photograph of the team was ta
and  at  last   night's  meeting It  was
decided to present  a copy to each of
the active  members of the club.    A
���    ���-  of   l hanks    v.,, i
meeting to s. Davis for Ids efToi
securing men tor the 'earn.
The   Gordon   meetings   al   Q
Ave. Methodist church a: e lucres
iu Interest dally.    Drop In thi. e\
Ing. '        **
Meet me at Keiin..
Slipper.
Of fine cam rlc, prettily fin-
Isned with >ix row.; of faggot-
ting al yoke and lace al neck
and cuffs. Splendid value at
$1.00,   January sale pr'ce ..75c
2 Complete Ranges
of Maker's Samples
Prom the largest factories in
Canada. These lines are In
I ei feet, condition, and will be
quickly scattered at our Janu-
uary sale prices.
staurant for
Men will be at work today laying
the foundation Umbers of the new addition  to the    market    building    on
.. rout street.
Don't tall to be .present at the
meeting in the Queen's Ave. church
tonight. The service will be specially
interesting.    Come early. **
Daniel Callahan, of Victoria, wao
has been committed tu the provincial
asylum for insanity of a mill nature,
was brought to that institution yesterday.
A. W. Taylor, a realty agent of Edmonton, Alberta, who has been visiting friends and relations in the city
during the past week, with Mrs. Taylor, left for that city last night.
Dinner Sets al cost, at Adams and
Deans.   See their advertisement.     **
The pile driver Hustler, which has
been driving strengthening piles for
ih? Lulu island bridge, Is now again
employed on the foundation work for
the new addition to the Columbia
Cold Storage warehouse.
Have you  attended    the    "Gordon"
meetings yet ?.    If not, why not ? The
services  are  bright  an.l    Interesting
land ii will  profit you to attend.        **
Two half-breeds, sentenced to serve
six months In the provincial jail by
the Vancouver police magistrate, ar-
rtvefl in the city yesterday in charge
. of a constable, and were taken to
, their destination. The two men were
convicted   of  stealing  goods   from    .a
m lining  house.
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Have your meals at Kenny's today
and if satisfied buy a 21 meal ticket
for +4.0U. * j
T.   W.   Haslani.  of  tbe local  soccer |
j football  association   leaves   for     Van-1
| couver today and while thtre will en-
| di aver   to  arrange  a game   between I
i the Rovers of this city and the North j
! Vancouver team  for tomorrow after-!
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; noon.    Tbe  game,  if played,  will .be j
in lieu of the game    scheduled    for
April  4.
All kinds of pot-plants and cut
flowers at Tidy's.   Phone A 1$4.       ** I
An effort will be made In the near I
future to again place the St. Barna-1
bas' boys' brigade bugle band oa a j
firm footing, this organization having i
been neglected for some weeks past |
owing to Bandmaster Leslie being
mostly occupied with the work of get-1
ting together a bugle ..and In connec-
tion with the militia.
If B. C. Cigars are good enough for:
Christmas  they are good  always,    ** [
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I'he mem ers of the St. Barnabas '
e,s' brigade will meel In the armour-'
ii ��� this evening for drill,   A request j
is made b)  the officers the! all lads |
i who can  possibly do so attend    the!
drill, as ii  is desired    to    have    the
brigade  tn first    class    condition as
early  as   possible.    There    are    now |
about forty    lads    enrolled   on    fuel
; s;length of tbe brigade.
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The increased sales oa the "li. C." I
[and "Old Sport" cigars in 1007 o.er
i 1906 are over 200,000. **
11. Schofield aud A. G. Peters, who j
��� were  some  time  ago elected    grand
' lodge  representatives  for    the    local |
lodge of the Brotherhood of Owls, will
; leave on Monday for Portland, where
j sessions are to be held on Wednes-
; day, Thursdiay, Friday and Saturday
! of next week. A number of grand
j lodge representatives elected by    the
Vancouver nest will accompany the
i local men on tne trip south.
i Tue wedding of Captain Peter Taylor, of this city, and Lily May Kelby,
of Harrison, was solemnized yesterday    at   the   residence   of   Captain
: Mayers, Eighth street. The groom
was supported by George Odin, while
Miss No rah   Wilkie  acted  as  brides-
; maid. After the ceremony, W.ucii
was    performed    by the    Rev. J,  a.
j Henderson,  the newly we/.del coupW
The Lutheran church had Its annual meeting Wednesday. The report'
trom the differenl officers shows a
marked improvement from lasl year.
The following officers were elected
tor the coining year; John Avne, secretary; Albert Holme, treasurer; u
Swanson, deacon; C. Hansen and X.
Johnson, E. Landey and Thomas Hansen, were elected trustees. Mrs Rev,
B. A. Sand was elected organist.
Sixty new members were accepted.
Resolutions were passed to assist
Rev. li   A   Sand in his work.
Do you want a new cottage ou a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and -balance easy. Abbott ti, Hyde,
next Gulchon Hotel.
The G, N, R. city headquarters were
yesterday removed from the office on
Sixth street, to the freight sheds on
Front street, the furniture, maps, etc..
being taken to the uew locale during
the afternoon. Tbe office vacated by
F, I'. Meyers, the local agent. Will
be occupied by C. W. Tate. Of the
Dominion Lumber and Shingle Co.
The Great Western Telegraph Co.'s
headquarters will remain in the Sixth
street office as formerly, but a new-
man will watch the ticker, F. Phil-I
lips, cashier of the G. X. R.. moving
to the new- railway office. F. Meals,
lately in tUarge of the Blaine office
of the c-i;;,,,<iiiy.  will attend to    the
Shares to the amount of $500,000,
classed as preferred ordinary stoca,
are being issued by the 11. C. B, R. ('>..
the time for receiving applications
closing mi January 21. Present .-,:.-
holders of the company will have the
preference.
Among the many Improvement* included in the general rearrangi men;
of the post office is a new drop letter
box system. As soon as .. can be
placed in position, a receptacle with
five slots, instead of one as at. pres
en', will be installed, one opening
each' being used for the receiving of
mail consigned to Vancouver and
Victoria, points east, points south, di--
trlct points and city. The public will
be requested to drop letters consigned
to a particular point in the slot designed to receive missives for itiat
locality, as by this means the work
of the post office staff will be greatly
facilitated.
The local camp of the Woodmen of
the Vvorld met in the I. O. O. F. "nail
last night for the election of officers,
and the following were installed
by Sovereign Commander Rampliu:
Chancellor commander, D. A. McKenzie; advisory lieutenant, F. S.Mark;
banker, D. S. Curtis; escort, ,J. J.
Johnston; clerk, F. O. Can field;
watchman, W. Blackburn; managers,
H. L. Edmonds, A. J. Bryne and C.
Cam beck.
telegraph business.
A meeting of the local branch Of
the Vancouver District Association
Football society was held last night
in the board of trade room. The chair
was occupied by A. Gibson and some
twenty-five members were present. A
committee was appointed to select a
second team to compete for the lro-
quis cup donated for competition by
the Iroquois hotel, of Vancouver. Ttu
committee     will     be     composed     of
Notice to Builders.
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by the undersigned up to noon of
January 25, 190S, for the completion
of B. C. Telephone building, on Clark-
son street. Plans and specifications
may be seen at my office, corner of
Sixth and Clarkson streets. Lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
C. H. CLOW, Architect.
IT IS  DANGEROUS
To Neglect a Cold
We Have the Remedy
.-AND-
WILL GUARANTEE IT
acKenzie's   Drug
Store
Phone 66.
Dominion Trust Block
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HONK! HONK!
YES, WE INSURE AUTOMOBILES AGAINST DAMAGE OF
ANY KIND WHETHER YOUR
MACHINE IS BURNED OR
WHETHER YOU RUN INTO A
TELEPHONE POLE, TRAM CAR
OR PEDESTRIAN. WE ALSO
PAY DAMAGES TO THE INJURED PEDESTRIAN. IF YOU
HAVE A MACHINE OR ARE OR
DERING ONE, ENQUIRE ABOUT
THIS.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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ENTIRE TOWN IS
STRANGELY AEEECTED
Peculiar and Disagreeable
Illness Grips Majority of
Residents of Lansing.
, i trolt, Mich., Jan. 9.���A Bpecial to
the Fr. i '������ * from Michigan ays:
"W tner trom the night ol bacilli
ovei he city, from foreign matter In
the city water, ... lrijiii some othi i unknown cause, Lansing was seized by
;. strange ma/ady cane time during
i... e la ��� night, thousands being suddenly stricken v ah extreme nausea,
���accompanied [.. acute Intestinal unable.
From midnight until morning, ana:
all during the fnrenoone calls for
physicians were Incessant. Whole
families wen' stricken. Two boys
were found lying in the street too HI
to make further progress. Tbe disease,
which most physicians attribute to
atmospherical conditions,' yielded
readily to treatment. Flfti en citj
teachers and hundreds of pupils were
��� ���nt from school, All the Btores
were short  of hi Ip,
Secretary Schumway, of the Bta i
board of health, suspecting that b ime-
thing wbb wrong with the citj water
snii| ly, ti ������ . tepa to have an analysis
ma le, but it was not completed today, It was learned later last night
that outside, the waterworks /one, the
disease was quite as pr< valent.
Among    e.eral old  and feeble    or
j oung . i 'sons serious conditions
ii ���. ��� ib vi loped, ' ut no totalities have
.   suited In cons .quence i E the
strange      ide aic.
The Foundation of
Every "Progress" Coat
Tbe '_������> d looks, and shape, and
wear, too -of a "Progress Brand" Coat,
depend on the pari you never set���
the INS1I
Tin a
I......  snows
the anatomy of
" i':,.������]��������� Hi :������ ' ' 'oat The pati nl
sleev ��������� h:i I shoul li r ] ads the strong
fi luincliair-cloth and thoroughly
shru; ���.,,, , .ir . . This foundation is
nioul li '. I h ii I and hi Id by band
stitches.
Jt  i^  Ibis perfect  building  of the
foundation that Rives perfection to the
finished   "Progress
Brand" garment.
" Progress Brand "
Suits and Overcoats
prove that they are
made right, by tlie
wear they give.
MigRjJi -A
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INTERIOR CONSTRUCTIOI
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PRO0RS5 BRAHO COAT
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents     Financial Agents
FRONT  ST.    Phone 333
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PROINT ST.    Phone333
Full sized lx>t on 4 th St.
betwetai   .
160 acres, less 3% for new railway
Township 4. Sec. 11: all bottom land,   uf Reglna  St
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues,  west side of 4th
10   acres under-drained
round and fenced around and through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,  1;ull Btreet
sufficient feed  for about 3ii0 head  of
stock.    Price $80G0;   terms one-third
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Lots 2, 3, 4, 5
10, 17, IS, ill, 20, 2S, ou,
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block   14, Sapperton;   prices  ranging
from $125 to $200.
fi  room  house on Hamilton street,
all   modern   Improvements-    One   lot
from car line; lot 00x132. Price $1400.
$600   cash, balance   in  monthly
ments.
8 room house, all modern lmprov
incuts, full sized lot, Sherwood Street, (cash, balance to
Sapperton-    Price $27C0.    $1000 caBh.fj     1% ACRKS, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dis
balance on time.
ditched   all   $400;   half cash.
1 Lots    88x132  each,     ������
$1200 cash.
2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Ke
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1, 72, 73, 71   (,ash] baJ  ,,, suit purchaser.   One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot  22,  block    B,     between    Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES  about  two  miles   from i e. % Sect. 5.   $75 per acre.
pay-  Aldergrove station,  30  acres cleared i cash, one-third
and  partly   fenced,   Rood   house,   barn   months,
and stable.   Price $16 per acre;  $1700
be arranged.
Street,
Sappi rtonj 5 rooms and k
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen   ind wood
shed.    $1000 each, One-th!
ance easy.
77.T.8   ACRES,  black   loai     and, a-,
ploughed and cleared and   :      ;    ��
' -third
'���-third 6
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j Public Supply Stores j
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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Daily   New:   Block.
aornson
Phone 333.
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Exclusion  League
OF   N'EW   WESTMINSTER.
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1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
J.J. MAC KAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
3% acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 6-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram:
all fenced. Price $3500.. Terms $1600
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66x3?32 ft., S. Vn of 8, lane at .
back, 3rd and  Queen's avenue.    Prl
$1250; half cash, bal. G monllis.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid lnv< stment.
Lot   20,  block    B   facing    English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon I
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumpi I
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 10x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken bouses,  each    10x12;     wagon
Lot 8;  south  side of the river,  near
bridge.    $300;   half   cash.
2 LOTS. 132x132, N.-W. corner Of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue,
4  lots   cleared,  small   In.,. ,.,.._
house, 175 chickens; fenced Incluiin
price $1500, $1000 cash.
6 ACRES good  loam  B
Lot   1C,   corner   Blue   Moui aln road
and   Brunette   road,    son   i side;   (j.
roomed   house;   parlor,   d . a
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and  kitchen and three bedrooi e ������ .
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;   conservatory .30 or   10 feel long,
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;   well: ; bam;
15   bearing fruit   trees;   .
stock ready to plant out; 2 bees;
5 acres  cleared,  light tlm > ���  ,,n r,.
mainlng acre;    all fenci d;
trom school.   Price $3000; \t\
bal. in C months at 7 pei 111,
both, half cash, balance easy,
Block, corner of Auckland li lltii St. and Royal 4ve., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from ci'.y.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and  Sth  avenues.
2. houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lol 11; one bouse rents for $25, the
oilier $10;   Hush  elosi ts an I all eon
1   Lol  BSxi;
$800   cash.
4th av< :. .
3  LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,    f .       . ��� ; an4
cleared, upper side of 51
twi en 1st and 2nd Sire, t , e $500
each.
t LOTS. 2 lots from  i
fith  Avenue on south si !���
37 & 38, full Size.   Price $1100 for the
four, or $300 each;  hair
Double    tenement   hot)
1st   and  2nd  St.;   1  lot.    P        |  '
cash half and half iu 6 m
A General Meeting
will be held
Friday Evening, Jan. 10
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shed  2iix30;   small milk house, small  nected'   with    sewers.     Price $3,500. j Rents for $10 each tenant,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing  Cash $2,000,    balance in fi, 12 and 18
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price  months at 7 %. IJt^JLTzSL^
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar-      Lots  14   and   15 of   1  of fi     of     4  Haworth  road,  Surrey;    1
' (cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2 Vfc storey house, 3 room.- :
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent, other 3 can be added upsta
shack;   l',2   acres  clear, d  ai
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of  1'��� ot with clover, red; fairly ea I
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, bal- Om:mile from shingle m 1
..       . . , $1,200; .   terms  half  cash,
ance, 6 months at I per cent. 'm����ha ^ .  %
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits     westerly 4, 11 of 63. S .
1 $60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   on 132x132 corner 100 feet square;   tit
I enquiry houses drawing $2S per month, .Price
$5,000, half cash, balance In fi and 11
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located in a coiiiinuiauding
ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot it, $1000 each.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOVI
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
at 8 o'clock,
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General     Discussion
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For rates apply at the College.
All Interested are invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL. President.
J. D. TAYLOR, Secretary.
W. J. S1PPRELL,       ....       Principal
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TendersfcrStorage   FQR SALE_
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TENDERS will he received until
noon Monday the 13th, for the construction of a new storage adjoining
the Columbia Cold Storage.
Plans and specifications for the
same can be seen al the Columbia
Cold Storage office.
The lowest tender not necessarily
accepted.
B. C. PACKERS ASSOCIATION
rNew Westminster, B. ('., Jan, fiili,
1908.
FOR SALE
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
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House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
$5,000, easy  terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
This property is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
,,,,  mill and P.O. at the west coi
ber worth $7 per acre; cedai
flush  closet,   lava-
160  S.E.   V* of Section  26,
situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot   o! io acres.partly cleared;  Kanaka creel
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey  running through; good roai: .tie mile
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)   north   of   Webster's  corner;
All  modern  conveniences;    hot
cold   water,   bath,   flush  closet,   lava-  4 niiles    from    Port    Hane>
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;    lot  $2,100;  terms $1,Hi0 cash, balance afi
C6xl32, with lane in rear; part of lot !ranged.
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.;    Large lot and two cottages on O :
$1,500 rash, balance arranged. jlumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres 1 fit U0 each.
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;  stables, etc.;      Qn6 and one.h,M stort,v ,   uae and
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000  M]   gize  lot>   8,tuated  _or.h Blde ol
casn, balance easy. I RoyaJ ayenue ^ m (), ,UKinn;s
Part of lot 369, join* Lake Commur,' street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot ani
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre cold water, closet; woodshed; young
Half cash.   Jurap.X j bearlg   fruit trees;   streets en three
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces I tiA��B>   flne  *��������    Prlce *1'800 *
cash.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
FRESH   FISH
Fresh  TOM   CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresh   HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SMOKED FISH
Smoked   SALMON
Smcked   HALIBUT
Sm��ked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked COD
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ROYAL CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or $600. WE DAVIS
just such a proposition. New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, modern. Two lots each 66x132 feet. You can sell one of these lots 'or
$050. All we ask ls $2700 for this property. Good terms, too. Loo,{
into It.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of 11th Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house,   chicken     house,
chickens; horse and  rig
Subdivision of lot 40, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of f!. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full Blzed lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
o! Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.    "
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of Oth and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No. 310.���9-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; J^ cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen1!
175    choice,and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'i
$1500 cash. Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared; lane
alongside and back.     Price   $1,0001
half cash, balance easy at 7 ',
park-  and   Emory  street,  comprising I No.   312.���8-roomed   House and   hath
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue ani
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 12 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lata, $400. Call at our office on
Fro^t street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 82. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$260; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
���9S0. cash.    Single lots at cash.
room, Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   Vs
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder, bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame barm 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co*
stables, three ln all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
house made of hewed timber In'ld in |fu\*teefl bits
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life-
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent. . ���,��
150 acres Improved land, bulld-fl
and sheds complete, near CUverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If 1��
can handle this, don't delaj; lls'
bargain; terms can be arranged,
WFor the above four propertlei ���
special price will be made to cue i>i>r'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between <ln
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, M"
chen and pantry. Full sized lol running hack to Ash St. Price $3,8001
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per >'ear
at 7 per cent.
' Three ful sized lots on Fifth ivon118'
north side between First and ^'Mi
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Pi ���' W
each ����� $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of HM��'
llton street between Sixth and Big111!
streets; $236.
28 acres on Mara road, BnrneM.
$160 an acra   FOR    A   FEW   DA*��
babmre
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,
and 2 years at 7 %,
1  lot No. 24 on 13th. street BOBf*
side of 4th avenue.   Price $2M ^
Block 12 on 12th St., ea.3t *
Price $2,600, one
C3th, bal. 6. 12 and 18 months
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11 12. ]
Rub. IB, a. Blk. 13. $350 each,
cash, balance 6 months at T %���
le;l��
third
7.11.
bnlf FRIDAY.
JAN.  10.  1908.
THE DAILY NKWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
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LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
3NIXBRS   addressed   to
n  |, and en lorsed  "Tea-
TAKE NOTICE that appl
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lie   Building,  Ladysmith, .,
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.   received at this office'
December 11. 1907,
u   the construction of a
the
al Ladysmith. B. C.
neat ions can be seen
t< ader-obtained at this
id on application t
Ladysmtth, li. C
tendering are notified that
i
d cheque on a chartered
payable    to tbe order o!
tble the Minister of Pum-
e [Ual   tO   ten   per   cent   (10
,   ,. i  0|     he   amount   of  the   tender
Bale t> e 1 trom C C Fi
I i i date the Loth d    , . .i,
vember, A, D. 1904, ol all a
lar that cerl tin parci l or trad ol lan :
and pn m       all i ite, lying and
In the Distrli I of New  \v,  tm
i:>  the  Province of British Columbia,
more irty known and d .-.
ed as Lol  13, Block 5, a i idl
not be"considered unlesa Loi :'"- GrouP L
,    printed  form  supplied.,'    ^ and each of you are req
with their actual signa- t0 0Onte8t tne 'laim of the tax
jcliaser within forty-five days from ihe
late ol   thu  first  publication of this
der must be accompanli I ������,;,,.     i;;i y��)U olhenvhie-r 8;iu:i r ;.
later Joseph Tays as owner thereof In
Eei      Aud 1  hereby direct that pu
cat! in of this notice for one month in
a dallj   newspaper published at New
Westminster will be good and sufflci-
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At the end    f a '.i_- bal   ��� m   '
fuesl the cloak<    i
In the : ioi nh g to put <>u   its th i
and the  ittendant came f -wa   I % iii
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"Thai    a'l my coat." said    .
"Mil perfectly new ���   ������
Oh  I . any nei
coutT> lefl after hal  d *   '."'- -^bu
��a Crue    Slap.
e forfejjfd if the persm ,.���, ..,,,.,. t!l,,1,,of
.,   ���    lecline to enter into a coa-     ,,.,.,..   lt the Lana Keglstrv OfBr
..���,, ��� , :. called upon to do so, or II New Westminster, Province of Brli   ;,
i     rail t.  complete -the work contraol   Columbia,  thla  26th day of October
11 the Lender be not accepted iA  D y,.
.   will be returned. (,   g   KK1Th
tin. Department does not bind itself
I. e lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GEI.INAS,
Secretary.
tment of Public Works,
\ l, November 13, 1907.
ipers will not be paid for this
enl  if they insert it witn-,hn!  ''������'  descent,  whose title is not
���.   from tlie Department.     registered under the provisions of the
^    Land Registry Act," shall be forever
1 stopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land so sold for taxes as provided
by the "Land Registry Act."
I This is the Chance of Your Life \
1 have   . cided to clear out my entire stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum
and House Furnishings
and. as I am limited to time, will sell everything al ACTUAL COST,
and your ('ASH will buy more here than In any other place you
can go to, Compare my prices and be convinced, i mean just what
I nay, This is no bluff. The first buyer has the first choice of my
large and varied stock. Make up your mind NOW and take advantage ol  this great sale.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Trjnscontincntiii
"I rains L>ailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted tram.   Low Kate
sjuick Time. Exc iljeni     rvice.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANO ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets   on   I lie all
European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Tn,j
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
District Registrar.
To John Sirr, Esq.
All persona served wiih this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any interest   in   said   land   by   virtue of any
W. E. FALES
��� Opp. T. J. Trapp's
Columbia Street
unregistered Instrument, and all per-  44**4**********************************************Z
sons  claiming  any  interest    in   sail
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re I/its 1  to 9 (inclusive! of a por-
nn of I...: 94, Group 1. Map 440, New
I Synopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations,
en numbered section of Do-
.11  lands  in   Manitoba,   Saskatt !i-
I   .   . .ui: Alberta, excepting S and 20,
In ��� :   er; ���!. may be homesteaded by '/,'estmtnster district,
Unj   ���    on who is the sole head of a      Whereas  proof of the  ,oss of Cer-
or any  male over LS  years of Llflcate of Title Number 15715a. issued
.:���   to    ie extent of one-quarter sec- |n  the   name  of   Peter  Latham,    has
[tion  ������  160 acres, more or less. 'een F.led in this office
Application   for   entry     must     be     Notice la hereby given that I shall
uade in person  by  the  applicant at ,lt  the expiration of one month from
hi Dominion   Lands  Agency    or    sub-1 the date of tha  first  publication here-'
I :- mej   for the district in  which  the 0f,  iasue a duplicate of the said cer-
lland ia situate.    Entry by proxy may, tiflcate, unless in the meantime valid
irever,   be   made   at   an   agency   on objection be made to me in writing.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEty WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* and Dealer* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
"Sir, 1 am a self made man!"
"That's all right.    Don't apologize.''- Philadelphia Press.
Neutralized the Effect.
"Bixliv went out to the ball
grounds to get the benefit of the
cold ail treatment."
"Good place for it.'1
"Yes, but it didn't do him anr
good."
"Why not?"
"He got so hot over the umpire's
decisions."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
TENDERS WANTED
ST.  ALBAN'S CHURCH   SITE.
Tenders  are  invited    for    clearing
tl-4 acre of land, situate at corner of >
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Hastings   road  aud   Edmond   bt.   car
��� line, Burnaby, adjoining East Burnaby school house. Specifications may i
be seen at train station adjoining, j
. Tenders to he at Mr. Stride's house, i
, Vancouver read, ;y 5 p. m., on Sat- !
; urday next.
B.   G.   WALKER,
Warden, j
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
millions by the father, motli-
���i:i. daughter, brother or sister of
itending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per-
:T'li the homestead duties under one
ot the following plans:
'.i   At least six months' residence
i   and   cultivation  of   the laud   in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may,  if he so
j djaires,  perform the    required    resi-
lence duties by living on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership In land will not meet th.s
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother, if tbe
father is deceased) of a homesteader
naa permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, iu
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon i homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
"vlng with the father (or mother).
1,1   The term "vicinity" in the two
receding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a dlrecl line, exclusive n* the width
'' road allowances crossed    in    the
:   irement
' ������' A homesteader intending to
>rm   ins   residence   duties   in   ac-
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster. B. V... Oct. 21. 1907.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate of
Alexander Ewen, late of the City
of New Westminster. British Columbia, deceased.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  pursuant  to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia,  Chapter 187,    that all
creditors  and   others    having claims
against the Estate of Alexander Ewen, |
who died on or about the Sth day of ]
July, 1907, are required on or before I
the  15th day  of    December, 1907,  to!
send by post prepaid, or deliver to ths
undersigned, their Christian and surnames,  addresses   and    descriptions; |
the full particulars of their claims, da-
ly verified; the statement of their ac-'
count and the nature of the security,
ir any. held  by them, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned date the executors, John Hendry and John B.
Jardine, will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which they shall
then   have   notice,   and  that   the  sai~
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Re lots 47 and 4S, block 2, subdivision
of  lot 202,  group   1,   New Westminster district   (Port  Moody).
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 3290A, issued in
the name of W.  Norman    Bole,    has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from the
date  of  the  first   publication hereof,
issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,  New Westminster, B. C, January 8, 1908.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register John B. Rush-
ton as the owiu r in fee simple, under
a tax sale deed from the may >r and
treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to John B. Rushton, bearing
date the 27th day of Septt mber, A. D.
1902, of all and singular that ceitain
parcel or tract of land and prem'ses
situate, lying and being in the City of
New Westminster, In the Province of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lot one of the
northeast half of lot 26, blocK 5.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of this notice, otherwise I shall
register John B. Rushton as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty days In a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 28th day of Dec mber,
A.D. 1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Thomas Mowatt,, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or un<ler
them aud all persons c'aiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, who.-e title Is
not registered under U:e provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in resp ct of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT
3s
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��� with the ai.ove while living|executors will not be liable    for tho
trents or on farming land own- &aid assets or any par, thereof to any
1      himself must notify tlie agentlperson or persons of whose cla.m, m.
���   alatrict of such intention.
'Uths'  notice in writing must
- io the Commissioner of Do-
' '  lands at Ottawa, ot intention
lj tor patent
W.  W.  CORY,
De
""y of the Minister of the Interior.
v ll Unauthorized publication uf
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
tice shall not  have been re :oived by
them at the time or such distribution
DATED at   New  Westminster,   this
Oth day of November, 1907.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors    for    John  Hendry and
John  II.  Jardine,  executors of  the
said   Estate.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited'' St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
n4 TViird St.. cor AH<r portland. Or.
I
Grand^Tndk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.,
For Tim��. Tables, etc.. address
GEO. w. VAUX.
As��istant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF |
AMERICA, running through first class |
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves 11|
dally at 3:If.; makes close connec- j |
tlons for all Kootenay points and also j ;a:
St. Paul. Chicago and other United | }g
States points. j #
ED. GOULET,      H
Agent, New Westminster , 3i;
The place to  buy your Furniture at" cash prices on
the easyjpayment plan without interest
or"extra charge
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver.
Max freed furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. f,
Complete   Mouse  Furnishers
All  orders promptly executed; carefully packed free of charge.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Miuday) carrying passengers, mail,
'\press ,nd freight connect with
��� tages at Carcross and White Horse,
nanitaining a through winter service.
t-oi   information apply to
I, ti, ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. R. C.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Double as the owner In Fee Simple, und?r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, ot
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New ���
Westminster, In the Province oT British Columtla.more particularly known
and described as Lota 18 to 25, Inclusive, Block 4, being parts of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month ln a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land R glstry office
N'ew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day ot August,
A. D.  1907. ���   ���
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benlanvn Douglas, Fsq.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
^iKK-:1:^^^^^**^^*1:^^?*^*^**1:"' #*** w��^Mi^<><>'W^#^-iMMMi^t^i<in*inWnt>^tnft
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas aid Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special at-!
tention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377 |
Front St. Now Westminster
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west arid south to Rosa-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
��dian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ��*iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
tr
ADVERTISE      ���*��
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
fcir
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ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.'
I tooi.
! Leave
| 9.ao a.m.
112.25 P-m.
Day Train
.. Spokane
...Rossland
Arrive
���715 P.m.
.4.10 p.m.
Re northeast half of lot 2, block 25,
New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4085A. issue! in
the name of Emily Moore Domluy, had
been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 4th, 1907.
I
940 a.m. Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
���tock.
R.  H. CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent tor Messrs. Samuel May &
Co., Toropto.
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PAGE  EIGHT
THE   DAILY   NEWS.       ��3
FRIDAY,   JAN.
���o.
School Supplies
Office Supplies
Tide Tables, 1908
Diaries, 1908
AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Economize..
�����.	
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Now   thai   the holiday  season
Is over    ou ;e to econo-
'.'. h; li t  us help
j   you ?"
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TOBOGGANS OF OAK
!    FOR USE UP NORTH
��
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St.. New Westminster
Telephone 83-
,'. r       ADVERTISE       B
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your  BUSINESS.
Moffat's Best
Hungarian   FLOUR
$1.75
per sack
"Phis Hour is giving good satisfaction, our sales arc increasing
on it. every day. Remember we
guarantee 11 to be first class.
***********
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
*******
P. S.���Creamery Butter, 35c
per pound
POR SALE
Snow Crystals Wear Out
Birchwood on Long Trip
of 600 .Miles.
Dawson. Jan. 9.���An Important  ex
periment with the nope of improving
; the means of transportation in long
| Arctic expeditions is to be made by
! the Royal Northwest mounted police
of Dawson this winter. The expedition, which is to go to Fort Macpherson, at the mouth oi the -Mackenzie,
wil Imake the test.
A new form of toboggan is to be put
into use in these regions for the first
time. Heretofore the police patrols be
I tween   Dawson   and Macpherson, and
J those farther northward to Herschel.
| have used toboggans made by the na
I tives   from   birchwood.    It   has,  been
found by the police thai birch tobog
guns used In past expeditions to Macpherson and return were worn out be
fore the completion of the round trip.
The   Irchwood   is so   soft   that tne
. hard  crystals of snow  during the ex-
; treme cold  weather, grating like    bo
I much sand paper, wear the board so
low  that  the  babbish thongs become
exposed  and in  time are severed  by
; the incessant attrition.   Only the bal>-
bish, which is the dried split sinew of
[ t'ne caribou, is used by the Indi.ins in :
fastening  their  toboggans  together.
The new toboggans to be substituted
this   winter   by the police are I elng
made of oak.   The planks will lie half
' an inch thick, and the thongs or other
fastening's  which are to  be  used  will :
be  sunk  deep  into  the boards.    The
i uak, it is believe 1. will last much long-
. er, and. in fact, it is thought thai t'he
obdurate oak will be little reduce! by
the long drag of 600 miles.
Toboggans are used on  the ��� xpedi
tions to and from Macpherson because
! the track is over  unbroken snow, in
FIVE SHARES in the GREAT WEST PERMANENT
LOAN AND SAVINGS CO., which company has just paid
a dividend of 9 per cent. THESE FIVE SHARES CAN
BE BOUGHT CHEAP.    Apply to
Matins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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|    Pickard   China    j
J Call and examine our stock of the Pickard  China.      We  are   Sole J
��� Agents'for the  Pickard  Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster. ���
��� Every piece guaranteed    hand-painted        """   -   �����--     -   ���<--
X 1-imoges China.
which    a    sleigh
budged.
ui vi r    could     bi
EVICTIONS ARE  FEW. AND
EAST  SIDE TENANTS  REJOICE
���
Also   a   line   of   the   lest ���
New York, Jan. 9.���The gloom of
the rent strikers was turned to joy to
day, when the large number of evic
tions threatened by the landlords
when they iiad the warrants issued
seemed to dwindle materially. It was
difficult to get marshals to nan lie
those that were issued. The said they
were- too busy with other things.
.Many  landlords,   too,  settled    with
their tenants rather than pay the est
of  their  eviction,  and  many   tenants,
frightened by the action of the court,
agreed  to accept  smaller    reductions
than   ihose    first    demanded.     -Many
; cases were compromised In this way.
i In  other  eases  tenants   paid   up    tbe
j full amount, there were few of   these
I oases, and  in  most instances it  was
! the jandlords who yielded.
I W. C. CHAMBER LIN, The ������>
Agent Hamilton Watches
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PRUSSIAN  BUDGET  SHOWS
AN   ENORMOUS  DEFICIT
roRKITGH-H ECONOMY
-   i>l'J#1'MCMP &AKD1G
Jf^-M"^ U5CTMC
PREMIER
JMfTREA5URe
Mm
PttRAHCC
��r
|TH_t1AKER}
Burnaby Municipality
Election   of   Reeve,    Councillors    and
School   Trustees.
( We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
The annual public meeting of ratepayers will be held ai the .Municipal
hail on
Saturday, January 11th, 1908,
commencing al i :30 p.m,
To receive addresses from the Reeve,
Councillors and School Trustees whose
| term of office is about to expire.
Prospective candidates    for   office
are invited to attend and address the
i meeting.
B. (l. WALKER, C.M.C.
I     Hurnaby, Jan. 3rd, 1908,
Hi rlin, Jan. !t.���In the course of the
sitting   today   of   the   landtag,   Baron
von Hheinbaden, Prussian minister of
state and  tinance, went over the  tig-
' ures of the Prussian budget for l!)i)S.
I The total is $840,500,000   and    shows
! the enormous deficit of   $11U,500>.,j.
A  loan  is  to  be  issued  for  $63,000;-
, 000;  $ii),oun,ii(iii  will   be obtained   by1
'. increased taxation, and tlie remainder
j will be covered, it is hoped,  by aug-
I menting the revenue receipts.
H. L. DeBeck, the clothier, will
shortly remove to fiie Okanag-n district, owing to the indifferent state of
his health. The business which l.e
has been conducting for the past ten
years, is being sought bj a number of
men connected with the clothing
trade, and it Is possible that Mr. I>e-
Beck may be induced to dispose of
the good will and retire from active
life. Although negotiations have been
entered into with prospective purchasers, nothing definite lias yet materialized.
You Will Smili
WHEN FIRE COMES, IF YOU HAVE I
AN INSURANCE POLICY TO COVER
|1 YOUR LOSS. FIRE COMES WHEN
YOU LEAST EXPECT IT AND YOU
NEVER MISS THE PROTECTION
WHICH INSURANCE GIVES, UNTIL
YOUR HOME HAS GONE UP IN
SMOKE AND YOU HAVE TO BEAR
THE WHOLE   LOSS.
TAKE   OUT   A   POLICY   NOW.
Branch
Offices :
Chilliwack,
Vancouver
Collister's Annual
Clearance Sale
NOW   IM    PULL   SWING
BARGAINS galore are displayed on every hand, in every department-offerings which are being picked up quickly by eager
shoppers. Avail yourself of the many opportunities to save
money during this January Sale.
A Good Time to Buy House Furnishings is During our January Sale. Al!
Lines Reduced.
Bargains in Slightly
Soiled Blankets
Fine  all  wool    or
union  blankets
which    are    slightly
soiled    on    the
edges trom  frequent
showing,    Two
special lines.
First Lot���15 pair
union wool white
blankets, Blze 60 by
SO Inchi   .   Regu-
lar    value    $4.00;
sale       . Ice,    per
Second Lot��� Ten pair all wool
iblankets in several sizes, extra heavy
weight. Regular prices $5.50 an I $6.0 i;
tale price, per pair
44.75
$2.75 Tapestry Table
Covers, Now $1.50
I Ine   lot   of   table  eovers   whll   i
.in sale the first day was almo
tirely sold out This special i
on sale were picked out an I i
down to meet the demand for low
priced cloths; sizes 2 and 2%
long; all colors. Regular \ al n
to $2 75; now. each   $130
SMALL CENTRE TABLE
COVERS, reg. 75c, for 50c
Twenty-two     only,    tapestry       a i
eh- nille table   covers;   none    011 .     a
yard  - iui re;   good qualltli b ai
di signs,     Regular   values   75c
All Short Lines of LACE CURTAINS Greatly Underpriced
The pasi season': Belling has   left   many   lines   of curtail
��� om only two to six pair to a line.    Thi se   broken   Bl   ���
been put on the bargain table;  all new goods.
White i.are Curtains, 3 yards long, Regular price 50c; sab   ..
White Lace Curtains, 3 yards long. Regular price $1.25; sab' pric '��� :
White Lace Curtains, :: and 3% yards long. Regular price $1.75;
price  _ $1.35
White Lace Curtains, 3Vi yards    long.    Regular   price    $2.50;
price  $1.95
White Lace. Curtains, 3V& yards    long,    Regular    price   $3.75;    sal
 $2.95
 4^^H^_^_^_i^_^_^_^_H
White  Lace Curtains,  3'^    yards long.    Regular price    $6.60;
P
.$4.9Q
Every  lino of curtain muslins   and   nets  greaily   reduced.    Special
snaps at,  per yards 9c and I5e
Many Customers Avail Themselves of
the Reductions on Suits, Coats and Skirts
When we reduced our various lines of ladies' clothing we expected a busy time in the ri adj to
wear section. Nor were we disappointed, dozens of women and children expressed themselves much
pleased  that, they  were  able to purchase at sueli low cost.
Don't  delay.    These bargains will  not  be here long.    Your chance ls now.
Twenty-nine only left of the most  correct styles  in  hulk's' coats, long  lengths,   iu   plain    oloths
small   check   and over-check tweeds.    Regular value $13.00 to $15.00; sale price, each 	
Twenty-four only, ladies' coats, no old styles in the lot, but'this season's newest goods; all size
with one or two exceptions different styles.    Regular prices $11.00 to $12.50; sale price, each  ...
Ladies' Coats for 95c each
None of this lot are this season's coats.    We do not claim  that  they   rue new   by   any   meam
many customers appreciate   the value given.
We have about 25 only left, and while they last you can have your choice   for, each  	
$7.5C
$G.2Ci
Laces and Embroideries
Greatly Underpriced
One lot fine Valencienne, torchon,
guipure and pillow laces. Regular
prices 12%c to :i5c; sale price, per
yard  8c
One lol narrow and medium width
Valenciennes, torchon and heavy laces
and insertions. Regular prices 5c to
10c;   sale  price    3c
one lot cambric embroideries and
Insertions, Regular values 12%C t )
20c;  sale   price    10c
One lol cambric edgings and insertions. Regular values 20c to 80c;
sale  price    15c
Two Special Snaps in
Flannelettes and Ginghams : lst l��*> 9c per yard
Comprising    colored    wrapperetti
striped English  flannelettes and COl<
ed  prints and    ginghams.    Many    oi
these patterns  are suitable  for  WJ
pers and blouses, others are mo ;
propriate for  quilt  coverings.    ReP
lar values 12&0 to 25c; sale price, pi I
yard    9c
2nd lot, 15c per yard
Twenty-five   pieces of    fancy    and
striped    English    flannelettes,    beavj
,   weights.    Regular  prices  20c  to 30<
sale  price    Uc
Ladies' $2.00 Handbags, Now SOc
One lot    of purses,    and    handbags, in all sizes.    Regular prices 75c to $2.00; sale price, each  ,...50e
Fancy Collars, etc., Regular $2.50; Now 50c
One lol  of  ladies'  fancy collars, lace fronts and silk belts. Regular prices 75c to $2.50; sale price ..50e
$1.50 Back Combs, Now 10c
One lot of back combs, fancy pins, hair pins, hair clasps, side combs.    Regular  values 15c    to   $1.50;
sale price, each   10c
Excellent Glove Values, regular 35c and 40c; Now 25c
Ten doZe��� kid, wool and cashmere gloves for ladies and children; all colors and sizes    Regular vaJues
35c to 60c; sale price, per pair  0-r
Special values in dress goods  at  25c.  35c and  50c per yard.
Twenty-five  to  fifty  per cent,   reductions  on  all remnants,
W.S.Collister&Co

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