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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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^ White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
M        NUMBB1    i
KBVi   WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
DNE8DA-  MORNINl
mm king
SLfBMITS HIS REPORT
anese Government Emi-
���; tion Policy Dissected in
Sixty Printed Pages.
WOODEN'  WEDDING.
: Aid.   and    Mr..   J.   Henley   Pleasantly
Surprised Last Night.
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pari
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HARMON) ENCAMPMENT     IMF P. DANCE WAS
INSTALLS OFFICERS BRILLIANT SUCCESS
CONVENTION.
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: I ���    ��� impmi n   No   2, I  0, O.'
P., In ��� ceri monies   were con-
���
ii/i'
Th-
report   o
,i;     "     ��� nc    i   st ivenlng bj   D,   D,  G.   P.
themselves  complete!     b Ral      iVlIson  assisted bj W. A. Hand
;"':"        '''   ;-"   '������"���'���    "������"'��� recovered cocli   acUni   G   I   \v-   W   s   Smith
1        '    Ear!   ,;   ' ' G ;:   MacKenzi.    G   S   ft.
il   thi   .-ii.
In
Klnj    the   royal   comml m     L   ,,    , v     and i    H. Clow, G   S,
n,  enqul i   Into  the  Influx  oi   and   Mr     Honlej   with a    bandsom        ',l'   following were  Installed  with
���i,   dam     '   8l   Oi   r
, on I.."   occa i
��� ,. the )''���'.    ball >d
nclal  C.  E.  Union Trying  to Se
Assistance of Noted Speaker.
��� i ec itlve  ' t In
���   Christian   Endeavo    Uni in of
STREETS Of SEATTLE
Small Army of Workless
Men Tramp to City Hall to
Demand Employment.
;" ol thi    opulai couple whose wood    p
en wedd n. Ing    eel ibt i
.    problen  o  Japanese   Immlgra,   Wlth   ,      , ,,  , .,���   Henlej  h,   .
".H   i iiniiii,. ��������� ���; throws a new   II presenl wei    en
oi   .a,   responsibilitj of the Jap   tet alnei .    ., .   |     music and
.   governmen   for the suddei   In elns.   contributed   by  a  num-
 i nesi   landing In British   be o   thi   .; I o
mibi    durlnj   lasl   summ r.    The .	
oriental labor int<   Canada, was pre    :-! : ;    eablni    accompanying the gift   dm and Impressive ceremonies:   P. C
,     irliamenl last evening                        " ' :':" ol  '' ���' ll!"'    ��� nU"<     ''���  *       M .     r   p   c   S   Keith; H.
searching enquiry Into   the  :'   ' ; '" ! whOB '    "        '    In)    B  W. T. W. Head; J.
I't       V. <  ,1,1 I..  I,,,, -al.al .1
V. ,, 1      .. He      R   S., E    L      '<  il ���
I'  S,   D   i    MjaoKenzli .  treasurer, T.
A   Mu      'i   8.   Ij    McLennan;  I.  S.
tnonl ;   guide,  W    S,   Smith;
G r.  A. John*    Becond G
si'    gory;   flrsi W     ilvln  H id
ol   Mi.   Kuif-  i Btabllsb i     ha
been all DJ AT   U/AC   DFV/FAt Fh """'""   W"  '
ervlng thi   bona Dies oi the iLUl    TTrAj   l\L'".,t*LLU u-   R   C.  McKay; ton ''. J.
m    restricl    immigration MacKenz      o .   al     i Clow
Japon  was en Tlj  AMfPjf A   jjhj   ij IMF ���'   "-   ''���   Installation o
i.i ii,   departure oi nij!Llllv>r.  Ill   I IIjiL Beer ���-  'mem- we
:- n  ���-.    offlc    in   April  -<  socle        ijoyed   b largfe
��� :,   thi Ion    ... hen - In p. , number   present.     Tin    encam
practical!    prohibiting the em t Jans   to   rilOV,'    L j1    Evans nice onth, and   Is  staadilj
;. oi laborers << this counti       Battleships Foiled Because L"v '"'      ':
.  at the J-Bt��joeof tbe Cana                    ' . .      TTr '     "'"     "l('1"  t"'i"- "  reflection ���      '������
pon Supply company, backed      Authorities V\ ere Alert. ���     >dd Fellows!
���    p   R  and othei    Influent! il   - ���"���     ' "Pl��   ��� '-���
I   ��� T:'
1��l"':    " Washington,    Jai      21,   Thai    ,!,i   C0UKT LASZL0 MUST
���    and desin . In this country.        A""'
....   , ft( _       Baya  Ml   of the exlstn ace  i     nit* ri
,,.,,   agiainsi b' bal   eships In
ue which c aely affeel     :,;|,lli
I e held  In  V i
nary   31,  wh
Christian    Ei :
harmonizing with thi ���       which is to be held In I
oi the Knighl   ol Pyl        lb     ��� wuj ,���, fuli,   _iscnssed.    An
off by the decoration ������      |8 being made to induce J. Wills      geat,      ,,..   ,,     A  .,���,���,; .irni,. ol
'���"    ''    '!,;  8'are Of the ��� i.        ,..,,   ,,;  the mo*  hrllltanl  arvwl
���     ' '"   mOT' Drilliani me_ an(j boy8| organized    from    the
ights,    thai the evening was   a  ..    ,,   ,],., ]>-,oitu- Mast   t,, enm     .
un   racinc coast, to come up  population that  Boats   aboul    in    the
���    -      and    :i    creilil       tl        " UI-    r-.     lno��1oB   hum,    ,,-.,    (1i,     ,
nib u)S Angeies  home c*  tin   |owe,    .,n 0f the city, ami reinforced
bo l    goi     wlthohi
" ,!   ���     ac     i nodate  com-
the convention an      Idn . ,������ nv���,,t    ,.,,.,   .
1    etobled    Thi   mem-Unions, marched through the   Btreei
ii   numbers who sought ad
bei    o   i!i<' executive commltb i    in -
GO TO  POLICE COURi
New York,   I  :���   21.    Kt
., ;    ���        daj    In ad oi     .   ���. li ol ;< caning he is alleged to !   ^ given
. B Canadian cor- ''ll1' new*  ' iched hi  ���   I ���   wa a too zealous pbotograi   ��� ing   to
Brsl i upon it thi   seal "���   Parts   when   someboaj   communl gei  a snapshot of himself    an_
���    ��� i&pprovaL" cated    I   bo  thi    '-. im   ��� in    emba-sy. bride to be, Count Laszl    Szechenyi,
.."iii?. Mr. King finds thai There the officials were quick bo send who le to marry Miss Gladys Viander-
esenl <m the part of ll"   uews  along  to the state depart-] hilt on Monday nerl  ��	
.       government   nor    that I1K'"'   ;"   Washington,   which   In   turn with  a  summons to appeai  in police
���   to altei  Its polic.  of   re- se-l  "  '������������^���'���^ to tin   Une lean em couri tomorrow  afternoon    o answei
-   immigration, as  shown  dnr !,;'^>   ;"   Ki"- -1"'1  :':-'   :i   "     "' charge of assault.
'   edlng six years, can   be to the navj  department   The intinw ���	
and that thi  cause of the in-, 1ions contained in    the    wire    wen
- ajj   ated British Columbia vague and ladefln te ass to details, yet,
Is traces  i.   to Canadian sources. ln view of the greal importance of the
���    i :    makes   sixt)    pnnted matter ami  the    possibilities    whlc'ii
and   Includes  ..  resume ol  the lni��l11 develop were the officials    ���
���   local ; eopli    it-     \v. ii
��� d    !  o'clocl   thi    excitement   Ba   ���     ugh,   pn   Ident;   Pr thi
��� " ' ���"     ��� ���   largi   Ini    u     Ingtoii    lecretary, and Mrs. C
:'  ;  nea I     150 visitor-   wick.
'       at the ball; and fron  !���	
...  ;i.,     poured in uni I  i-   wa
 '   "
oi . ol the hall.   The chi
H. Ferguson, P. t
       an
hot    ������      ed toi the auc
and the numbers ��� ���  ���
BRITISH LABORiTES
ON PUBLIC OWNERShIP
Socialization oi Means oi
Production Plank of the
Party at Its Conference.
'     ������������'��� 1".  "   all    sizes    and    all
I    ���     ��� i ���    '      all sold wel
������ di   o     h : _|   - ��� T 75,
""-   ���      ; en      lling iai   high
spell of thi   (a
nl   th"  au< tlonei
"t  Seattle i      nd gathered at
Ity hall for a demonstration on
���  ' ' ed.   The    de
- ��� ration ended after a comml
the    vof_tit_er    armj     vl Ited
Mayor Moore in his private office, en-
ledge  him  to    provide
work for thi  men   and got In reply a
the position of the citj
official I.
Thi    ������  ��� ol   iroml-e any work
foi  'In   am m] 1c i d, and the committee ri ��� ��� ���:'- afaswi r_ to   the
waiting ��� rowd, which gave a tew d
suitor)     11    nd then dispersed. Thi
.vis no disorder and llttl   excitement,
fourteen hundred  is & liberal i   I
oi" tin   number ol  men in    the
a It           " unemployi d."    Actual
Grip   Grips  Chicago.
Ion     an. 20.���Pub : (     Lcounl save 1360, but a few more strag-
,'."..               ol of all ;':.   ��� '   : gled along the line of march and went
.   .! ;;.,,  Mnier    Du'r , pies  the foromost place    In    the to the city hall.
an   exhibition  wai   givei '            ''   schsWn'led for   '���   cussion The labor hall on Occident  I avenue
pleasanl   lodge, Vahc6uver   ol '   '���'     eighth  annual confen   c n'tts crowded before the parade,   and
]l wol.!v of the em             ',��� '             '' la-bor party, which  began Mr. Walsh, the organizer  and others
,���i (jiej (j.,   \\ splendidly. Dane-! at ^-H today, 'lib continue until Thurs- told the men who had gathered that
nf     ���,,���_!,,    ,, a  '-inse on      '      thi (I'|V-     :   '     Amalgamated    Socittj   i n" disorder would   be tolerated dur-
.,,i,...   .   events of I .   seasoi '" '  '   '      ptbbablj   the largest    and ing the parade.   Then Walsh and the
.   vv&s Berved  bj   the  (odgi    thi "'      !         l;th01'  ��� r,,1>' in >'"'         ''   ' couimittee  started  the  march  down-
.     . ng  |- ,',.,. hands oi  J, It. wi!i Introduce one of th.- ���      t defin stairs  and oui   upon  Occidental  ave-
l ti  music was furnished b> "nd far aching propositions looking nue.
-,.;,;,. chestra of this    eity. t0 Public ownei-s'.iip.     it   has Hundreds of unemployed men were
���   lowin*    hi framed in the following terms:
Song     Mcirn    McKa;     O "That. ir. the opinion of this conf i
!__   Rohb;     recitation,    Thi ''n���'- thr time bis arrived when th
., ���    . ,,,-,.    t_.e Bed." Miss Woods; -",,i,;  l'a"v should havens a di fin ti
' WcagO, Jan.  21,���Grip esfab'll hed   duet,  "Quarrelling," Miss Spring  and objeel the sbelaHss-'tlon of th- mean
a new mortality record last week with   8fe. Stewardson;    son?;.   "Good-nigi production,   distribution   and.  ex
Bfl    sis deaths reported.    The disen-.    rjti ���   Girl,  Good nl__t,"  Miss  Uaii :: chanS'p. to be controlled  by a   iemo
loitering around in l'ront of the hall,
and as the parade started they joined
it The men went down Occidental,
swung west on Washington street and
turned north on First avenue, with
Organizer Walsh stepping out in fiont.
Up First avenue the march continued,
the scene nol Informed, no time was
lost in transmitting ll to Rio Jam
While admitting thai some damage
lion of the previous seven
I an i the general character of the
I        i  ���   government's  policy in   re-
j- . | controlling emigration; t_e|mighl be done under the most favoi
as of the immigration com- able circumstances by persons having
fcanii in this country and the method evil designs againsi a battkshlp
Jv, ���.,.., ,,m|1ioyed to induce the many of the officers who dhscuss d
I i authorities to change their sml- tae matter pointed oui how difficult
|��-'       a from the Hawaiian islands and ' lllis would be in the absence of   th
is more pn valenl In Chicago now tha     song,      Undei
al , ny other time In tli   city's hist* r;    Spring.
the    Deodar."
IlllliliS MONEY UStll TO     BilAI BEING BUILT FOR
FINANCE REVOLUTION SERVIUE AT SPRINGS
ll''-- :.' of the Grand Trunk Pacific In  'n_ ��i" rated  I
I1,    eel   to   bringing  laborers  out   un-'
|<:'   i ontract.
irizing the figures of the ar-
I1 'mm  Japan  from   1901   up  to
f,    1907,   Mr.   Kini;   finds     they
f"    I ������ presenl from 4000 to WOO, Of
1 b  large proportion found their
r      ���  the United States.   The num-
i"i of Japanese In British Columbia
f�� January, 1907, was less than 7,'>n'i.
ie arrival in British Columbia, there-
ol  yi-."i Japanese   in    the   ten
pieiitiis   following   naturally   caused
peat alarm, and    If anything    more
<ie needed to occasion    unrest;   it
to be found In the simultaneous
I trom the orleni or Hindus by
fit- hundreds, and Chinese  in  larger1
f than in preceding years,   Be
f  '    the i ontraci  with the C. I', it,
-Inside lighi on       Yesterdaj   the  keel of  a new   ja
,, .     cratic state lb the interest of the en ; turned up University street, and  the
tire   community,    and   the   complete \ army finally halted on the broad slope
; emancipation of labor from the dom ; between Third and Fourth    avenues,
-nation of capitalism and landlordism] Jtust north of the city ball and square-
���:'    the establishment  oi social and ty  beneath  the  windows  of    Mayor
economic equality between tin sexes      Moore's office.
i  Announced  as a  parade of "unem-
tDAHO SALOON  MEN TO ployed  Americans,"  it  was really    a
FIGHT  FOR   WET  SUNDAY   congress of nations,  and  In  fact   tho
  American was in the minority,    linn-
.���committal attitude up to tMJmost approved apparatus in mine lay        New York, Jan. 21  .^^    ^     .^    ^    1)(.���   dreds of thc men were cvl(,entlv   of
                                 ''"' aaanclng of the Haytion revel i stinger steamer wa_ laid on the waji ,.,,,������,   th.n  ,,,���  .:���(,,,,t ,,.��� ti���..    ,,   Scandinavian  nationality,   and   there
tion now in progress will likely be un adjoining the new dipper dredge. Thi ,,,,. s..,lt>on m(1��� ot t)],, r(V,in  ,|'.Ap,n(. .were  scores and  scores of    Italians,
Rio  Janeiro.  Jan.  HI.- Several    ai     folded  a3  a   result  of the    arrest    ol builders and owners of the new  boai lc1ah0   nelu- gun_ay at  Wallace, piaho. | Greeks and other Europeans.
rests have  been  made tn  connection j0a Qjor4_jn) wj_o was takeft into cus *** Messrs   Garvey &? tfttes, of Van- ��_��, for the purpose of organizatinlr a     Within fifteen minutes   after    the.
wltli  the plot  to destroy purl of    th��''     ,     ,   ,,,   ������   ,..,.,���.,  ���,���,���,.    ��� , edhver, and their intention Is to   en- shos]H)n(J County iyiqU01-  Dealers' as j line had stopped  there was a crowd
tody todaj   bj   united states   secrel
service    men
American Heel now In this harbor.
The band which is SUppOSted to
have organized tli,. plot is presumably
composed of five Italians, one Canadian and two Germans have been ar-  ,|u, Hajtien government
denvor lo secure some of the    large   BOytttJon  -,hlcll la tn b(> a    art of thp i of 5000 or 0000 people around third
and   .arraigned    before  tourist traffic now  being directed  to-
rested here, ami ii is believed that
the olhei members of the band have
been taken Into custody at San I'uulo.
The members of the band counted on
the assistance of b Spaniard   named
Ftocbero, who has lived in this city
for a long time. A year ago, how
ever, this man  weni  insane, and since ��� Hry gg
then he has been shut up in a sanl
barium -at  Montevideo
Commissioner  Shields, eluarged    with , wards the Harrison Hot Springs.   The   tb brgani-B In every county in Idaho
counterfeiting the paper currenej  of   vessel will be built on similar line, to  t<, neh|  the _uii_ay-resl  law,    Whiie
the  present   river   boats,   but   will   be   _j,eir   organization   Is   primarily     for
state-orgaii-atlon.    It Is the intention  avenue   and  Jefferson   street.     These
were slghtsei rs, drawn from curiosity,
and took no part in the demonstration^
Compaiatlvely few union labor men
The arrested was effected umlei thi
personal direction ol Chief Wllliie, ol
the seen I service, ii was said thai
more was behind the arrest than the
allegation of counterfeiting. Giordain
pleaded nol guilty and was held under
$7"iiio bail for examination! on Febm
liquor   men,   other   branches  of   busi-j were in line,,as organized Imbor repre-
ness are not barred and cigar dealM-.-   sented   by   the   central   labor  counc.i
I
Ippon company obtained  assur-
b   '   of a contract  with  Hon. James
twmulr,  presid mi  of the Weiltng-
QlOrdlan   is   charged    with    counti!
felting ten thousand one and two doi
lar  bills  nf  the   llaytlen   governni' nl
.ii    Benton   of the   Delta,    pasted Through his counsel, Giordran assert!
es:,,day on 'nis way   ,h;lt   '"'  ,m"1"  "�� AttSfflpi  to  COuntei
BOMBS ARE SUATTEREO
ON NEW YORK STREETS
has openly repudiated tho movement,
taking the stand that the unions can
provide   for   their    own     unemployed
members.
through the city y
��� ,. i i,ii.������  A--t--~��   felt the currency of the present Ha.'
I'   tolllery company, for a supply of  io Everett, where a dylkng oontraoi
trom Ji u   Application wa.  In winch he is Interested Is now al- ������� Boternm-nt, but made the Ha,
'    "  the G. T.  P.  for  a  contract,   most  finished.    Iff.  Hens,,,,  will bring   """  paper  money several  years    ago
,    , ,,.,,,   _.'������-��,����'under an authorization of the govern
he   answer    was    non-committal,   back   the   equipment   used   al   Kverett ,
,    .1,,   ���   io     .,,m    ment constituted  under the  revolution
��� ���' company was formed, two as soon as the work  there is    com-
f- promoters  visited  Japan, and pleted, the ptenl being the sama used  of Qen-rai F6t!mln-	
e   that   a   new  ex-   in the construction of the Delta   lyke. ���
of much   lighter  draft,   drawing   onlj
three feel  of water when fully  loaded
and  ten  Inches  when  light;  this  will   j,,,,V(J j.0|n<��(]
enable  her   to    make    the   run   fi    " 	
Ohllllwack up Harrison river to   I
Springs with safety.
The boat will be H7 feel Wng, 2-' foot
beam, and  will have a capacity ol  ,;''
tons   of   freight   and   100   passeng
The boilers are being construct' I     ���
Messrs. Hatterson   *  Co.. of Vancou ,
New  York, Jinn.  :.'!.���Tho explosion
ver, and   the   order   for   the   engine)
b,as    been    placed    with    a   firm    j���   <'f three bombs tod .v attested to   the
ooderieh.    mt      Th"    Mm    stern-j activity of the .o-called Black rittd |    Scatt,���  Jan   ...     rhef��� _ow seem
wheeler  will   be    completed    by    tttt    gangs  which extoit   money  from    ''"''llttle doubt but that  rhe three-m is.ed
middle of  March.   In nmpl ��� '   fmiians in this City.    Otte bomb  was   BrlHsh   shlp  Hortfleld,    hound     from
:.^-"
TKN' CENTS PER  WEBK. . __*_*flT'
VESSEL WAS SIGHTED
EYING ON HER BEAM ENDS
meet   the  demands of
trade.
th ���
LIBERAL LEADER MOVES
. VOTE OF UENSURE TOBAY
was   added   to the   general It Is stated thai Mr. Benson has sold
|       Ition    thai    hitherto   prevailed the dredge used In the work to parties
r      '  sending laborers  under con- in ChllKwack, who have takenji large
'f to Canada. dyking contract In that district.
ila    recommendations   for    the ���~-1 	
r ��� "��� vi,'. King suggests an adequate panfea in Japan, and reaerve shown!
a Ion stall on the Pacific coast, in issuing passports, as was practiced!    Victoria, Jan. 21,-Hon. W. .1. Bow
1 'hat the practice of treating   dis- during the past year, there wotrld be sw will tomorrow close tbe debate on
^immigrants   ,e stopped,   Japan- no  embarrassment  to Canada    Ima  the speech from the throne,   i. is un
oldtng passports tot the United Japanese immigration.    But   if   .his der-tood that    the    attofney-general
should be required to present were not done, with the Importations will^ deal exhaustively with the consl
ives for examination    by   the1 from  Hawaii and    through    contract tofional question, having a **m, effec-j
��     Th'ials  before   bein��    -X-|h_bOT  trom  Japan.  Japanese  immigra-   tive  and   complete .argument   in  rap-
I  1 i.i'ia  and  If rejected be tion   will   be carried  on   greater  than   port of the government's position. Th" ,
'������'"d undesirable as far as Can- ever     In   other  words,  any  effective ��� second  reading and  debate  upon the
unearned.    To    promote    the solution  demands  prohibition of such j new Natal measure will come tomor-
i!'.'' interests of Japan and can- Japanese  Immigration as  may  oome
:'"���'" onghl to be ian.' effective re- from  countries  beyond  the    jurisdic
'"" on  the number of Japanese tion   of Japan,  ami  an  absolute    re-
10 ''""ie bo Canada.    Mr.  King siays striction  In   the  number,    that     '"��>'
'��� were ihe immigration of Japanese come  from  Japan  direct.
Pm   Ik'iwaii   and   all
''  ibi'ls'liction   of  Japan   proniniTeii, lRppi*. ..
s,op uni  to contract labor at  the in-, and  the assistance  given  him  by  the
fnc* of individuals and companies United States and Canadian officials
'bis country and Immigration com-'m British Columbia.
had camped on the river for a  weeh
and probably sought shelter in a un
occupied  cabin  and  died    alon ���    of
pneumonia.
Toronto, Jan. 21.���Tho immediate
row afternoon at the close of the de- cause of the suspension of the Sover-
bate on the address. eign  bank  was the refusal of    J.  P.
exploded   evidently   by     mistake     in   Liverpool   for   Seattle,   foundered    nt
front of the Home Harden  .1 moment   sen-     vVr_Ckage   from   her  was   found!
on the west coast of Vancouver island two weeks ago, and now comes
j word from fllaine that the craft was
sighted in a distressed condition forty
miles in3ide the strait oast of Cape
Flattery.
A sailor of the Norwegian steamship
,Thyra. bound for Australia, deserted
at COrhoX, He says the missing vessel was lying on her beam-ends in a,
fierce southwest gnde and was under
her forerop staysail orrthe starboard,
tack when sighted by those on the
Thyra as the steamer passed Into the
strait. Tho Hartfield seemed to be
running wild, and the Union Jack was
__ i flying upside down. Seven hours after
| being  sighted,   the  wind  changed  to
Exit Clearing House Money. \ northeast, carrying the disabled ship
Seattle,   Jan.    21.���Resumption   of! out to sea.
at Ufith  street and  FTrst avenue.    It
AGED MAN DIES ALONE : blew   in   the  doors  and   windows ��md
IN  A   DESERTED  CABIN   smashed  every    window    in    several
  tenement blocks across the Street, but
Redding, Cal., Jan. 21.���The body of injured no one.
a man aged 7n was found last evi n- Another bomb was exploded in the
Ing in a cabin near the tfecramento hallway of a tenement in Bast Thir-
river bridge. He had been dead for teenth street, the owm r Of which had
several days. His name is not known, received letters demanding $500*0. The
He came here a month ago from Ore- building was damaged, but the ten-
gon, where he worked on a farm.   He  ants were uninjured.
A    milk    wagon ran over   a   third
bomb  which  was  lying in Wast   l Ititb
street.    It exploded and  partially _o- j
mollshed the wagon.    The driver wa:
unhurt.
U'uiion oi .laipiiuese   come   rrom    lapau   uiio".
all   paints   beyond       h\   conclusion,   Mr.   King expressed
Japan   prohibited,   appreciation  Of  'He  many    courtesies
Not until tomorrow will Mncdoniild's Morgan, acting for himself and the, cash payments by the banks of Seattle I Mariners have little hope that the
vote of censure Ui voted upon nor the Dresdner bank, to make any further this morning was effected without any Hartfield weathered the severe gales
attempt be renewed to introduce tbe advances. The sum of $500,000 would ' evidence that anything unusual had j that have been raging off the coast,
socialist's impeachmeiw  resolution,     j have enabled the bank to weatln r the' taken place, with the   exception    of i The     Hattfleld's     crew     numbered
The Conservatives held their first' gale. It was owing to Mr. Morgan 'several deposits made by persons who twenty-five. In the same storm that
caucus today.    The personnel of   the  and his interests that the bank was  said that they were bringing back the   blew the Hartfield to sea the Thyra
standing    committees    will
nounced later.
be    an-! not  forced to go into liquidation last | money because of the decision of the
June.
banks.
lost her lockknd of lumber end her
bulwarks were smashed to pieces.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WCDi.
JAN. 22. 1303_
SENATORS SHOULD BE
REDUCED IN NUMBER
 .���T
Sir Wilfrid Laprier Is in
Favor of Mechanical Distribution   of Honors.
Ottawa,    Jan.    .1���Yesterday    the
members of the House of    Commons
talked senate reform, and out of the i
expressed idea- the conviction of several speakers stood oui  clearly    that!
while the need of improving the usefulness of the upper chamber was to j
be desired,  the  way of bringing that!
reform to pass was still more or less I
of a conundrum.
Bjr Wilfrid Laurier came out strong-1
ly in favor of a reduction in the number of si nators In a limited term of
service, and a mechanical distribution,
so that the larger provinces would ,
have the Bame number as the smaller
provinces.
Mr. Mclntyre, of South Perth, started tli" discussion, and he west follow-1
ed by Mr. Lewis, of Huron, who wants j
the whole matter made the subject of
a referendum at the n^t general election.   Mr. Miller, of South drey, wants
the extermination of the upper house,'
soul and body.
sun! ig'lit
soap
five
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow directions.
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Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or $600. WE HAVE
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
$.650, All we ask ls $2700 for this property. Good terms, too Lou.c
into it. f
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THpS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
!
Rescued  After Long   Exposure.
Halifax, Jan. 21.���A.er spending
eleven hours on a narrow ledge, ex- *
posed to a hurricane, in zero weather,
the crew of the schooner Ada Mildred,
which went ashore on Gammon Ledge,
at the entrance to Whitehead harbor
last night, was taken off thi'; morning \ a. boat in charge ot" Captain
Munroe. The wrecked vessel was of
1(9 tons and w:is bound for Louisbui
with lumber,
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
:gf| Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches XX
Resisted Arrest. Riddled With Bullets, j *+*****************************
Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan. 21.���News |,
reached this city last night to the
effect that a posse of Morgan county
citizens captured and lynched Walter
Cole, the negro, who yesterday killed
Walter Langley. the Cincinnati South
em bridge watchman, at Anmid.l.
Tenn. The posse bad followed Cole
.all night and finally surrounded bin
in the woods,    The negro resisted ar-
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at Columbian College
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. S1PPRELL,
Principal
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English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand  tables  and  supplies in,
Itock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A26!)S. ?.  o. Box 1185
Bowling Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs. Samuel  May  &
Co;, 'l\j'-on'.o.
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Our January
Clearance Sale
Is Now On
Double Screened
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Goods
To Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices
Call and we will be pleased to
show you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
CHOICE BEEF
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Fresh Pork Sausages D;.ily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Prop*.
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COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345 ,ph*"��   1��*
QFFiCE = FRONT STREET, FOOT Of SIXTH. ���  ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
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OUR ANNUAL
STOCKTAKING
SALE!
Thursday Morning, Ian. 23rd
AT   NINE   O'CLOCK
W
E have heard of sales in this city before;
we have had several sales ourselves; but
NEVER   was there a sale started with
such   a   determination   to  clear  out   a   stock   of
BOOTS   AND
SHOES
as this one.' We are just through stocktaking,
and we find we have $4,000 MORE STOCK THAN
WE HAD A YEAR AGO. Now we are determined to clear cut this $4,000 of High Grade
FOOTWEAR REGARDLESS OF THE FIRST
COST. Our Spring goods are arriving-in fact,
some are already here, and we haven't room on
our shelves for them, necessitating us to store
them until we make room.
So if there ever was Boots and Shoes slaughtered, THEY WILL BE AT THIS BIG SALE.     Our
entire stock is included in this Sale.
_2%e "Doctor Special,"     The "All America,
The Edwin C. Burt,     ini
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"Harl
arlow.
and J. (k? G. Bell goods
are all knifed. So come along with the whole
family. We will shoe them all, : ad you won't
have to spend much money either.
GOODS   SOLD   POR   CASH   ONLY
No  goods  on  approbation
1     during Sale
W. E. SINCLAl
The Reliable Shoe Man
��|������^����ii^ w I WEDNESDAY. JAN. 22. 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE
KFZ&vssm
OUR OBJECT
Two matters receive our Bfcdal atJon���saving   deposit-   and
Western interests.    The one aid- ber���every  dollar deposlted
with us Is at once set to work to pn gome phase of Western
prosperity.
Interest at highest rates paid  four times a year.
We have been taking inventory and cleaning
house. Found many broken lots in Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing. We are going to get rid of these at prices that will
make you remember the big store. You
can't overlook these.
MEN'S SUITS
Quite a few made by the 20th Century people.
Well trimmed and made*
j Regular $15.00 values;
16.00
16.50
20.00
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while they last, $9.75
10.00
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YOUTHS' SUITS
23, 34, 35 Sizes
We have cut these prices just in half.
Our $7.00 Suit, now $3.50
" 12.00 " " 6.00
"   15.00    "        "   '7.50
MEN'S SHOWERPROOF
OVERCOATS
Our usual values $10,   now $5
12,      "     6
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TOPPER OVERCOATS
(Short Overcoats)
$10 values.     Sale price $5
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Boys apiece Kmcker butts
We have not many of these, so you had better
come early.
This sale is for Cash
No approval
Phillips
2i�� Wardrobe
Clothier
m NORTHERN BANK
Capital   Paid   Up,  $1,200,000
Rest and   Undivided   Profits.  9116,000
J. ALLEN, Local Manager,   New Westminster, B.C.
OWL TRAIN LANDS IN
BED 01 SOU MUD
Soggy Track Yields Under
Ponderous Weight, and
Engine Jumps Rails.
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 �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satislied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
T. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
With a sudden jolt the Great North-
i rn Owl limited left the rails at Port
Kella early Tuesday morning, and
strenuous efforts are now being made
to extricate a helpless engine, a i.ag-
gagc car and two passenger coachi
That portion of the line at Port
Kells is laid on almost soggy ground
and the recent heavy downpour of
rain so weakened the track that the
rails spread as the Owl train was
slowly and carefully crossing that
section shortly alter midnight. The
medium rate of speed averted disaster,
but the foremost part of the train left,
the rails and sank deep into the mud.
Wrecking trains were despatched
fiom Cloverdale and Blaine, but so
: firmly embedded was the ponderous
engine that ropes and cables snapped
without rhe locomotive showing the
slightest desire to move Its lazy
welgu. out of it* soft bed. Extra crews
were requisitioned and it ls expected
that the track will be cleared some
time this afternoon. No pnsseiig"!-.-:
were injured.
New Westminster Branch.
MORE  RETURNS OF
MUNICIPAL   ELECTION-.
THE ONE-MINUTE
The goad housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" i ecause it does its
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
Further returns of municipal elections in British Columbia are as follows:
Maple Ridge.
Reeve���,Io1in Laity.
Councillors���A. B&lllle, T. Bosom-
worth, .1. C. McFarland, William McDonald, James Selkirk.
School trustees ��� John Baillie,
James Best. R. Blake.
Greenwood.
II.   Bunting  elected mayor.
Trail.
Mayor���(I. Morin  (2S majority).
Aldermen���Sibbald, Harkness, Brandon, Dolan and Ausfaad.
Kent.
Reeve���J. McRae.
Councillors ��� J. Duncal, (Jorge
Nichols, W. Green, W. Mackie (all by
acclamation)   T. Sinclair, re-elected.
School trustees���J. .1. McRae, W.
drain, T. Sinclair.
CALL   AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   Si  CO.
���    Limited
FOR CASH...
We will sell    1"V _.    C      _L
an o^    Limner oets
98-plece sets, regular price $20.00; for $ 15.7.">
97-piece sets, regular price JltJ.oO. for $\3.50
97-piece sets, regular price $11.00, for $11.25
10.-p:ece sets, regular price $13.50, for $10.75
CO glass Lutter dislies, regular price  25o to ,'!5c, for 20c
All China at   Reduced Prices.
ADAMS & DEANS
To Unite Building Unions.
Wiasjjington, Jan. 20.���Matters of
more than usual importance to organized labor are to be considered and
acted upon at the meeting b>.gun at
headquarters today by the executive
council of the American Federation of
Labor. Many disputes among rival
unions are to be settled, but most important of all will be the changes to
be made in administration. One of
these will be the permanent organization of the new building trades department, preliminary plans for which
were discussed at a meeting held in
New York some weeks ago. The new
department is to embrace all the building trades' unions in the country In
accordance with the proposal made at
the last annual meeting of the federation in Norfolk. It is said that the
new organization will have a mem er-
ship of over 1,000,000.
������Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
> Condensed
Advertisements
TO   RENT���LARGE   FRONT   BED-
room,   furnished;   near   library.
Apply 287 Victoria street.
WA N T E 1) ��� BOARDERS,   TWO
School  girls;  easy terms.    Apply 141 Third street.
PACIFIC STEAM DYE WORKS
clear, dye and repair everything.
Send for price list. 080 Seymour St,
Vancouver.
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION HAS
vacancies for young men with
jhigh school education; good references
I essential. Apply "Finance," Box 61KI
; Daily News office, city.
WANTED���STORE    16   or    20x40.-
Good   location.   Apply     R.     A.
Daily News.
FOR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORD-
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered.   T.
I H. Foster, 2G0 Columbia street. Phone
WHITE DENIES STORY
OF PROMOTIONS
Montreal, Jan. 21.���Wm. Whyte,
second vice-president of the Canadian
Pacific railway, says nothing what
ever in his Winnipeg report that F.
W. Piters, freight manager of that
city, is to assume the position of G. M.
Bosworth, fourrh vice-president and to
take charge of all western freight and
passenger traffic with headquarters' at
Winnipeg.
W
ANTED���TWO    ROOMERS    OR
boarders.   Apply Box $73.
POSITION WANTED
���*��� Ing housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
AS WORK-
good    cook
SEND 10c FOR OMEGA, THE Silent revelation. Tills truth on
business, luck, wishes, wealth and
marriage. Omega, Box 57$, Vancouver,
B.  C.
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ITIOR  SALE���GOOD SINGING B.RDS
cheap.    Apply   Room   20,   Burr i
Block.
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FOR   SALE���TWO   CASH   REGIS-
ters, one safe; quick sale cheap. |
Apply "Safe," P. O. Box 693.
WANTED���TREE   PRUNING     BY
contract.    E. J. Fisher, garden- j
er, Bedford House, or phone .'IU.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
after    .Tanuary.lst.   Corner    4th
Ave. and 6tlt street. All conveniences.
New South American Lines.,
New York, Jan. 21���The Verdi, a
handsome new steamer built for the
Lamport & Holt line to meet the re-
qulrments of the increased passenger
trade to South America, sailed on her
maiden voyage from New York yesterday with a large passenger list. The
Verdi is a 11,000 ton steamer and has
saloon accommodations for 150 passengers.
60   YEARS'
Trade Mark*
Demon*
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending ��� sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention ll probaMy pat*nta___ _>nimuule_.
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t Ions strictly con-dentli
HANDBOOK on i'ateuu
rooelrs
WANTED ��� BARITONE SINGER,
for illustrated songs. Apply  by
letter to A. W. C. c-o Daily News.
lent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patent* taken through Munn * Co. rooeli
Jftcial notice, without charge. In tha
Scientific ilmericatt.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any eclentlllo Journal. Terms for
Canada, J4.75 a yaar, postage prepaid.. Bold by
au -ewsdvalera. t,
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Unemployed Parsde.
Berlin, Jan. 21.���Five 'mass    meetings of the unemployed organized by
the socialists, were hell today in the
| outlying  districts    of   Berlin.    Fully
! 51,000   were   in    attendance.     Strong
("Atachments of police,    armed    with
! sabres and  revolvers,  were  stationed
i in the vicinity.   Interference was not
necessary,   however,  as the meetings
i passed in a most orderly manner.
i    The Vanstone Heating anil  Plumbing  company   is  building a  shed on
the  vacant  property adjoining   their
��� lactory on Clarkson stnet.   The Shed
. will  be fitted  up with  racks  for the
storage of iron pipes.
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H. L. DeBECK,IheOothiei
Opposite Pes: Office.
New  Westminster, P. C.
W. E. FALES
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Ryall's Drug Store WEDNESDAY,
JAN. 22   1908.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
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The Cash Stores I      CITY NEW^S
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SALE
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on in making ��� - . ��� ��� ������    to be rea
"There were pres March     Mr   Thom]   ��� ���
;       tli Bsra   .1   Peck tending the wort
chie             lor o   ma-bine       G   Vli brought his yacht round trom Vancou-
l   ! townie. New* v." mtl    uch tim,  a   tl    new
itherland, Nelson; J   D, Mc Is completed.   Th                          long,
Kaj   Victoria, and G. Madlgan  o   Van 16   fool   beam   an
couver. general co
The Highland dancers will
the oi j ,i nary 27.
al
A FINAL CLEARANCE
AT AN
EXCEPTIONALLY
LOW PRICE
Vboul  60 ;:,  the tot, ranging  in   pi    ��� im   $3.75   to   $7.75.     Our
offei and j >ur besl opportunity,    Choice al _?*<"_.   ***>***
iu the lot you will fin,I the season's    moa      i      ai    styles    for
and Children.   86 inch   White Foxal   .    Scarfs, I   tails; large
i&sian Hare Stole? with deep collar   nd White Thibel  Boas; hand-
.   Minis Marmol  Stoles with  Ermine e;   Natural Coon, Iniita-
m Real Sea] and White Fcralene   Muffs    72   Inch  Brown  Russian
and man;   others, all reduced I    th    lowest price every heard
:   or elsewhere  ' $2.75
ren's   Purs   c-!o iring   now at  50c and    ...75c
White Wool Bop.s reduced to  15c and   25c
January Sale of  Silk  Waists at $1.50 and   $2,25
January Sale of Wool Waists at $1.50 and    $2 25
January  Sale  of  Sample Wool   Underwear at Half Price.
January  Sale  of Whitewear in the East Store.
January Sale of Dress Gocds and Coatings at   Half  Price.
Mis I ' Marshall, who foi th
past wo week b i been visiting ���
lative   .,  S attle, returned home
i.<Ti|;r.
a favor bo eliu  smokers, the
"Brll ����� j
Wal , rjore       advertise
menl   Thursdaj    lot     wa tel s i    sing
contest, **
\   i iting  I,   thi   Su I  ��� mers
Institute will  be beld  this  afte
Sum ���   Centre.    Busine is   of  lm-
; c<   li   to  be discus
Comi     i     I' ������,! *i:   Robb :i
.tig"  .ii  the opi n    ho '���!     Robb
Ie  a  Scottii h  gold me lalisl  an !
k . ,i    anc<    ���  I bis city. *
* i  Walker will sing    Dainty
. ia So il I fanu-
27. **
longshoremen have '"���'���n
hired by J. M. Wise on behalf of the
Greal North* rn Rail ���      coi , Ii;ri
men being   due   to commi tice   worts
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Ini ��� Tbl itl        o    V ini d
Thi ti ulgl      n' ���   ���
also e to euthorizi
ma c   id
Sati Requesti   to   i
been '   in       Moul
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per d   ���>!
Thi    ,iolin  will  apeak    ������ b n
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Han iii;     i-
recoil ���         thorougl erhaulin
the Roatii               n hi   North   '  tn
Thi    ���      o    hi   bo ��� hulli
and o          ortloi eager are
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tal             ������ us taul
All   kinds   ot    po and
Bowers at Tidy's.   Phonti     1S4.
cut
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Sol i bj the leading disti ���   the
T,. C." cigar.
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Al    hi   ai nual ���    I; ���   Cen
ciet;   the fii!
lotti:,        I        ������ lei ed for   the
yi'n          Sandersoi i ���,������  '���       it," ve
Byrne  o' Burns Bldeni;  F.
Wi ���             W.   .1.
Bnand          lelegai t<   "    central In-
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i.i-1 evi governmenl boiler
in- of thi i Inci   com luded
th< !      conn
house.    Rules were drafted  for    the
Up ol vidua    nspectors,
that  they misht have  some   common
John  !' thi   conlracl
'"iri'i'-NVv,   Wi
line n   awards I    b     id
ug of the twelve mill
i''"-41"' ���     '������-   Esquimau and Nana n
liberal.
With    h    clOBlng hours of thi
��� "��� Ini   ��� ���" esi   Burprlse     bj
sprung, and  the  result   Im    more    In
���: thai  ��� vi-i'. While ii i   plain thai
Borne ol  the societies Btre    hopelessly
oui ol thi    unning,   the   compel
betweei  I hose near the top <ii' the list
Is nil the more acute on thai account.
5 esterdaj afternoon    a man    walked
Into I >. S. Curtis' drug Btore and   pro
i ded to partlj fill the big ball
v,   l        ing  coupons,  which    '���*,���
'l 'I  from evei     pockSI o"i   hi
1 son     \\ hen  the  votes weri   counted
lasl nlgl    oi the pre lence of a News
man, It  wai   found thai St,   ^nd
SunjJaj    icbool  had  made
26,598 during the daj. thus ���
lead  of nearly   12,000 votes ovi
nearest competitor, the Rojwi] C
bian hospital, the total v    In I
of the later at the presenl time be ng
21,860. Balloting will ceas a1 7 m,
tomorrow.
Tho hull is nearlj completed ol    a
new tug boat for c A. Thompson, of
; Vancouver,    The ho:ii   Ig  under con
si motion on  the   North   Arm. and    is
In the count    '-"'I
tor wages wa i   I
Gagnon, clalmini
the   Eta.)   Po
Thi   defendant i
ed thai the amount  du    the mai
some  alxtj   dollars,    and
amounl   Into    court,  thai   sun   ' elng
 lerably   less   I han   11
claimed  by  the  plaintiff.
gave the plaintiff Judgn thi
amounl   paid  Into coun -  w
and then gave judgment  tor the   de
���   d ins with   costs   for  the  amounl
suoii for, hla honor holding tl
sum  paid into court  wa
amounl  due the plaintiff.
FUNERAL   NOTICE
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Meml ���     o    I- ui     9*   ������ oi
No   17, A, I". & A. M , a ���    reqi ���    e I
to !'ii ten i a special con n
tin' Masonic Temple   on   W
the 22nd Inst., al  I ;80 toi    th
purpose of attending to iral of
out late Bro. Robot    Preeland     EJrlc
lodge, Xo. 161, A. F. & A   M., Buffalo,
\. y,   Memh-rs of Union lodge   and
sojourning brethren specially   ii-.
to attend.
By order W. M.
P, broad, s icreta
T. H. SMITH
MHONK! 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.
ial, scalp, or body treatments given
your own home. Also manicuring.
' engagement ring up A 339.    "
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
.Hard BlocK.  Ntw WsrtmhwH*. ��.C
The Rev. A. E. Hetherington, B. A.,
B. IX vice-principal of Columbian col-
legi . lefl yesterdaj for Winn., eg, h ������--
ing be#n called to the bedside of his
aged  mother, who is dangerously  ill. (
There never has been so much tal-:.
ent gathered together Jit a single con-.
cert in the opera l ouse January 27. **
Don't miss tha grand  Scottish con-,
cert to te held by the Sons of Scot-'
land on  Burns' anniver~ai\ , Jan   i \
27, in the opera house.
Ten months in jail was the sentence
banded oui  to .lames Townsend, the
ti.V\n:ii- old  logger, who wa- convicted]
on Mon,lay of stabbing a fellow work-j
I man in camp on Humphries channel
Judge Dane sal on the tench for the
hearing, which  was  bel.l  In Vancou-j
j vef.
Prices tor the grand Scot! sh  con-]
, cert are 75c, oOc and 2Bc.
For sale, two cash r< glsters, one
safe: c.nick s-ale cheap. Apply "Safe,"
P. 0. Box til):!. **
A number of officers of King Solo
mon lodge, A. P. & A. M_, of th s
city, recently visited the lodge at Mission Junction, assisting in the Installation of officers there. Among the visitors were C. C. Fisher, D. D. G. M.;
Nela Nelson, W, M��� and .). A Uee,
P. M.    They  report having  spent    a
most enjoyable time.
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The  "Auto" cigar    is  becoming   a!
favorite smoke. **!
This afternoon at 1:30 the members I
of Masonic fraternity attend a special
communication In the Mcuonlc temple,]
for the    purpose    ot    attending    th!
funeral of the late Robert  Freeland, a
member of Brio lodge No. 161, Buffalo
N. Y.   The funeral will be conducted!
by the officers and  brethren of  Klpg|
Solomon    lodge    No.    IT.    with    fill: i
Masonic honors.
Tonlghl will be held a meeting of
th.9 Westminster Association Football
club in the board of trade room, at
which ,, number of matters affecting
tin. in, . ta of tha club win be discussed. The meeting is likely to
prove a warm one as the result ol
friction ,r tl>e manag menl of th
team. M Is H;ii(l i'1"1 a new captain
will I, ��� appointed and other changes
in e*1
For cut flowers, bouquets or run
eral designs telephone T navies ft
-Jon.  1!, .OS. *"
"Tha Tabernacle and  its   (Spiritual
j Lesson" will be the subject of   Mrs.
Asa  Gordon's' afternoon bil le    read   ,
ings at the West End Methodist
church during the remainder of th -
week. The meetings and after meetings are still being largely attended
by Interested seekers after truth, the]
song services, which commence each
evening at 7:45 o'clock, being the
ilrawlng magnet, for many.
Cosy six room house with all modern   conveniences;   centrally    located.,
near city car line.   Only $2100; terms,;
$600 oiash,  balance easy.    Abbott    &
Hyde. ���*,
No definite arrangements have yet
heer> made for the association football
?ames for Saturday. It Is expected
that the first of the series for the
Iroquois cup will be played on the
Queen's park grounds, between a
second eleven from this city and the
The Greatest
Stock-taki
Sale
In History
Only Five More Days
Now is the Time for Bargains
A
Beautiful Sideboard, British bevel plate mirror,   hand carved,
golden oak finish.   Regular $21.00, for $1 5.50*
We are offering a good strong Iron Bed, 3 feet and 4 feet
6 inches wide, white or green color, for $3.15. Just a
few left.
Lots of Remnants, lengths from 1 yard to 18 yards in
Brussels, Tapestry and Wools, to clear at HALF PRICE.
Blankets, Comforters, Bedspreads, Rugs, etc., etc., at prices
that will astonish you. ,
DROP IN,   A PLEASURE TO   SHOW THE GOODS.
J A LEE'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block
Telephone 73
Columbia Street
They Arrived To-Day!
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THE FIRST SPECIAL SHIPMENT     OF     EARLY     SPRING
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HiGH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND WE LNviTE
YOUR   INSPECTION   AT
The UNION TAILOR SHOP
\ J. N. AITCHISON     Columbia Street
\DVERTISE IN  THE DAILY NEWS
If YOU Need  Anything.
WHY HAVE
Cold Feet?
SEE OUR WINDOW
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