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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,     SATIi.nAV   .MORNING.   JANUARY   li
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JAN20 190a   %ALESTATE
J^ lw<_60 Cohibia St. Phone 85
TEN  CENTS PEE WEEK.
HR LE BARON
PAID BIG SALARY
Expert Coming to Advise on
Channel Deepening Scheme
Commands $100 a Day.
WM-M m mmm 'm amU
OUIIINfD BY WHIMS
,.,.,_,, !.. Baron, who has been
I .,., io nuke a preliminary sur-
I 'bj and inspection of the Fraser river
Ifroin this city to the mouth tor the
���purpose ��i ascertaining the com or
I', ... the water channel in or-
Ejer to facilitate the coming of large
I ip the Eraser, will reach this
Icitv I'l'uii. thi east tomorrow afternoon
���and will on Monday, in company wit'u
Ivwyur Keary, D, B. Curtis, W. R.
Elley and A, E, White, secretary of
1... rd oi   trade,   who     were     ap-
Xolnted a committee to look into the
Beepening of tbe channel proposition,
ake a trip down the Eraser on one of
|ilu' government boats,
\ pi meeting of the comm.ttee
���i;l bi '���' 'i'i- morning when plans
|_ conni Hon with the work will be
erfected. It is expected that Mr. Le
Baron will be in New Westminster
���or only aboul a week, as he has
1:., ��� easing engagements claiming
Lis attention. He is said to l.e one
fct tue b .[hi bI paid engineers in his
Particular line, receiving a remuneration of almost $100 a day, travelling
brpi and transportation to and
Ironi his home town.
Local System to Be Equip-
ed with Underground Con-
duits-3,000 Instruments.
Tacoma, .Ian. 16.���Found by the Immigration department to have come
to this country under eontracl to take
a position us clerk and thus to come
undei   the provisions  of the  contract
law,   .1.   w.   Watson,   bookkeeper      . ,	
the B.  and   li   Wilson Com)anv,    has
11������.��� ,���.,i ���., i   ,       .   ���        ��� Vw  expect Un'   New Westminster
ueen ordered deported to   Scot and     . ,    ,
telephone building to be completed by
Watson,  case  is  an   unusual  one.  May;   when Una it done, with a per-
He was bind by Wilson &   Co.,   in  nvanenl   headquarter-  to  star,   from,
j Scotland, on contract made by which   w< wil1 Proceed with underground cjn-
, 'ue agreed   to  work for  f80  a  month   fraction    and    gradually    reorganize
i and his fare paid to this country. Ai-   i!l" ' !lli:" system In your city."
tor bis arrival here, a complimentar)      Tnls   -tatement,   fraught   with   bo
newspaper    notice    of    bis   coming   mucn  Importance  to  the  peopla    of
which  mentioned  thai  he had    beenlNew   Westminster,  w.as  made yester-
. hired In Scotland by   the   company,   daj to a  '���l"il>'    NewB    reporter    by
fell  Into the hands of the lmmigra- GeoT-e H- llalKe, secretary of the B.
tion department al  Washington.   The  '    Telephone company, in the latter's
. department Immediately ordered
arrest.
His attorneys showed t: Watson's
work was of a very tec'inioil cha-
acU r, requiring a high order of skill,
and pleaded thai he be given immunity from the eontracl labor law,
Bul Secretary Straus decided that
there must be a showing that reasonable efforts bad been made to gel a
bookkeeper here, without success, before Watson was sent for. This could
not  be done, but on the contrary    it
, ..   prh tte office in Vancouvei
The plans of the telephon- company, as told to the News -man, in-
I ��� li the installation of sufficient
switchboards to accommodate 1000
subscribers and the operating room
<���'. I ' ��� built to permit of equipment
for 3000 Instruments, ample ti provide for the growing demands of tne
city for some time to come. "And for
this," added Mr, liaise, with a smik',
"the growth of New Westminster during the past year is to blame."
Th* plans contemplate the untimate
ELEUHON RETURNS IN       ��35 PURVEY SHOWS
NOT YET IN EVIDENCE    B'L UTIESANB MNS    ENGlfe s. iSTARE
Victoria,   Jan.    17.���Dr.    Hall    was
Workers Postpone Naming eIect6d mi-vor of victoria yesterday, Trench   900   Feet   Long is
with mt majority over Mayor Morley. 1      ,-.        .     TTT _,,
Dug in Wrong P ace, at
The civic election  was one o!   th �� fe       "*tvi
most exciting in the history   of   the   _ C-OSt   of   $400.
1
city.   The vote, however, was not   a1 	
large one, only :!GO0 votes having been !
cast.    The r. suits show that the citi-'
/..n progressive ticket uas won a ma    was Aid. Gray and the occasion a de-
jnrity of the scats, Including that of1 hate in committee of the whole at the
the mayor.   The results in the wards' -ity hall last night.    The reman; of
were:    No. I. Mableand Norman, bot.i   Ahi- Gra5'  was the outcome of a re-
progresslvea; No. 2, R. Hall (progrea-rP*>rt with respect to the laying out of
of Representative in Coming Dominion Election.
No candidate was named at the
meeting last night of the local
Canadian labor party to contest thi-
constltuency in thi- forthcoming D~m
lniuu election, although the nratt r
was  discussed   at some   length.    The
"1 think that the sooner we get   a
1 city engineer the better." The speaker
oe  sivel, Meston, re-elected; No. 3, Glea-   the  pipe  line  through  the  brickyard
choice of  a candidate  will    not
made  known lor  some time to come,'""1 a-d PullertOO, both re-elected; No., at Queen's park owned by Mr. Cogh
the  party  desiring to   become   better
PRANCE COMPLAINS OF
UNFAIR  TREATMENT
, came out that a bookkeeper to whom
the company was paying $100 a monthj^ ';   : ]   *iy>     "" !' ' i:"
, was discharged aboul  the time Wat-'
son   arrived,    and   Watson    took    nis1
. place.
In
organized   before   showing   lt3   hand.
A committee was appoint 3d to r .resent the labor party at meetings   of
the   city  council,   while  another  committee,  consisting  of  S.  G.  Tidy  and
Mr.  Carney was  named  to scan  the
voters' lists in order make sure tha;
all adherents  of  the cans- of  labor
were among those entitled to vote at
all future elections.    While discussing
elections. Thomas Turnbull r< mark-, d
that the names of all iiersons paying
school tuxes should be placed on the
j voters'   lists  without  it   being  neces-
| sary for them to personally register.
I The audience coincided with Mr. Turn-
! bull's remarks in  this respect.
Jan.
was   re-elect.d  yesterday with   a  majority of 152.
Aldermen���Middle ward. R. Booth,
E. Shepherd, F. Busby; north ward,
U.  J. Dalley,  C.  D.  Barlow, W.  Kirk-
ham;   south   ward,   Chu-.   Wilson,
Cavalsky, H. McRae.
Scnool trustees���J. Ma rer,    J.
McKenzie.
C.
Paris, Jan. IT.���The Temps yesterday published a pointed editorial   article complaining that Japan  is   mot
treating France   fairly   in   the  matter
bf distribution  of her foreign  orders
lor industrial and war material.   Although two Japanese loans aggregating (116,000,000 have been placed    in
pance, since the peace of Portsmouth
}ud the negotiation of the recent   en-
entes, not a  single order  has  been
welveii   by    French    manufactun rs.
Khereas during the years 1906-07 Japan spent $12,000,000 ln Englaud for
Misers;  (23,600,000  In Germany for
(eld guns and war material, and $21,-
I'JO.OOO in the United States for ma-
jhlnery, ships and railroad material.
AIRSHIP PROPOSITION
GOES UP IN THE AIR
San Francisco, Jan. 17.���The Exam- '<
] Iner today says that acting on the
j complaint of several hundred stock-
��� holders, federal officials have started
an investigation Into the affairs of
! the National Airship company. Sales
j of stock amounting to about $850,000
j have lieen made.
The National. Airship company has
been  doing  business  In this city  for
some time.    It promised" stockholders
I that a line of airships would be oper-
' ated between Portland and San Fran-
I Cisco by April 1.
A basket social, concert and dance
fill be held in St. George's hall    on
fuesday evening of next week under
|lie auspices of Uniform Rank, K. of
��� assisted by Company 4, which will
|ome over   from   Vancouver   for  the
urpose of taking part in the "f.stivi-
P's. ih Vancouver contingent, 150
Irani: and including many ladies, will
���aeh here shortly after 8 o'clock In
ho special B, C. E. R. cars, proceed-
lis- direct to the hall. P. G. C. Alex.
I'-rgiisoii will act as mastir of cere-
ponies, while among those who will
>k�� part In the program will be: Miss
falrd, Mlsa Woods, Miss Spring, Mr.
|mrey and Mr. Christie.   The baskets
" b��' auctioned off by Semplin Mil-
F. of Vancouver. The money realized
[  ! 1,v   '" I  In  au effort  to capture
'' < "' Iirlze offered to the company
ravelling the longest distance before
iaching Boston on the occasion of
b,8 reunion of K. 1'. knights to be
ll""::' a few months time.
i
CITY OFFICIALS DISCUSS
UNEMPLOYED PFfOBLEM
Seattle, Jan. 17.���Mayor Moore, City
j Engineer Thomson and Street Superintendent Maloney held a conference
' yesterday afternoon for the purpose
1 of trying to arrive at a solution of tne
| unemployed problem on the basis of
i providing   work  on     local    improve-
coaduits. A plan is .jcing prepared by
R. G. Roach, manager of the local
fflce, showing the location of all
ixiints in the city where the telephone wires are In such close proximity to the electric light wir.s as to
be liable to induction, with a view to
remedying this evil, the cause of the
aggravating buzzing noises, at the
earliest opportunity. On > result of
this action will be the removal of
t'nose poles which are now used for
telephone purposes only. The switchboards for the system will be of the
multiple type, that is, that instead of
tbe operators having to call across the
room for a number to be given on another board, the connections will be'
made direct, with a consequent saving
Of time. A further possibility is that
the present manual system may be replaced by the central energy, as in
Vancouver, this central being called
automatically by the removal of t'he j
receiver from the hook, without ringing. This matter is now under con-
���ideratlon by the directors of the company. "We will, however, certainly
gw to New Westminster the equipment which we believe to be best
suited to the requirements of the \
city, for it is to our own interests to
provide the best possible service,"
concluded Mr. liaise.
Speaking of the long distance service, Mr, Halse stated that the com
piauy's    intention    was    to    establish
Ed. Goulet in the course of a speech
referred to hla long association with
organized labor, and expressed it as
his opinion that if the party maintained a good lobbyist at Ottawa and another at Victoria, more good would be
accomplished than by placing a candidate in the field for federal honors.
A lengthy resolution, moved by
Thomas Turnbull and seconded by V.
Johndro, dealing with immigration
was passed by the meeting. Copies
will be forwarded to the Hon. Frank
Oliver, minister of the interior, the
president of all trades and labor
councils, and to the Dominion trades
congress.
The resolution refers to certain high
of cUils  using  their position  f_>r  the
purpose   of    increasing   corhpeti.ion
among  working  men  in  the    middle
west  and   in   British   Columbia,   con-
��� demns the provincial government for
l having  entered into    an    agreement
j with    the    Salvation Army   for    tbe
bringing over of a large number   of
settlers, states that the action of the
; government   Is   taken  at  the  request
j of capitalists desiring    to   flood    the
! country  with   workers  In    order    to
; maintain  a bare  living  wage,    com-
' plains that Hie government does not
j intend to make any statutory enaet-
! ment  as regards   a  minimum     wage
1 scale,    and     emphatically      protests
i against all these grievances.
���i. Pauline and McKeown, progrcs- Hn. The city, acting on the report
sives; No. .1, Cameron and Henderson, Oi the engineer, A. J. Hill, Informed
both progressives.      . j Mr. Coghlin that his  sheds  were on
. __ I the  road  and  notified  him  tj    have
Nanaimo,   Jan.   17.��� Mayor   Plain.11 them   removed.    The  ditch  was  dug
from either side of the boundary of
the brickyard, a distance in all of 900
feet, at an estimated cost of $400.
Mr. Coghlin disputed the accuracy of
the survey, and Mr. Hill had another
survey made from Seventh avenue to
verify the result. This survey shows
that the brickyard is not on the street,
and that tbe ditch is some 33 feet
from the .road.
Nelson, Jan. 17.���Mayor. S. S. Tay It was stated that the city solicitor
lor (acclamation); aldermen, Hale, advocated the redigging of the' ditch
Kerr, Procter, McMorris. Patenaude,, in the proper location rather than at
Steed. tempting to  make a settlement with
  Mr. Coghlin for a right of way through
Revelstoke,  Jan.   17.���Mayor,   C.  K.  his property.    The committee ihcided
Lindniark.   four   maojrity;   aldermen',  to ask Mr. Hill for an explanation of
ward 1, W. A. Foote and J. J. Wood-  the  occurrence  before taking further
land; ward 2, George S. McCarter and  action in the matter.
R. H. Sawyer; ward 3, J. A. Stone and.    A request came before the commit-
W. W. l^efeaux. tee from Gowan MacGowan, for a re-
  bate of the license of the opera house.
Phoemx,  Jan.   17.���D. J.   Mathesan  The committee recommended that the
won in the mayoralty contest here yea- request be refused, Aid. Fader speak-
terday. over George W. Rumberger, by. Ing to the motion, declared that if an
a majority of 38, th�� total Vote cast | opera house in a city of the size of
being 218. ] New Westminster could not be put ln
The Matheson ticket won als i In good enough shape to pay the license
both wards for aldermen. The success-1 of $100 per year, it fiad better closa
fill  candidates    are:      L.  Y.  Blrnse, | Its doors.
Francis Knott, Robert Carson, W. J. The general superintendent of the
Porter, A. D. McKenzie and T. Phil- j Imperial Oil company, replying to a
mner. j request that the company remove all
The result is an endorsement of the dangerous and Inflammable material
administration of Mayor Matheson for, from their premises at the foot of
the last year. The "lld" has been' Twelfth street, stated that the lnten-
clamped down since he was elected ' tion wa* to allow only lubricating oil,
last January. grease and candles to remain.     The
  ��� committee    recommended    that    the
Kamloops, Jan. 17.���Mayor, J. T.
Robinson; aldermen, A. Noble, A. C.
Taylor, J. R. McNab, R. Bayntun.
Hedlr.v Miller and .1. H. Wilson.
ents.m the idea being to give work to
the maximum number of men and at i direct connection between the Instru-
the same  time ensure  that the    im-1 ments of this city and Vancouver, so
provement waa a necessity and of permanent value.
Owing to the lack of funds ln the
i city treasury at present and the fact
i that local   Improvement   bonels   are
difficult to negotiate the situation is
a hard one to meet.   No definite program was arranged yesterday.
that after the change is made there
will be no occasion to call for long
distance, the connect.on being made
direct   from  the  local exchange.
Mr.   Halse    gave,   the reporter    a
cordial w
CUTTERS SEEK FOR
WRECKED HARTFIELD
communication be filed.
Lee Coy again came Into the lime
light with a brand new letter to the
council.   He was understood to have
  accepted $25 for his old attack at the
Cranbrook, Jan. 17.���Mayor, J. P. corner of Twelfth stret and Royal ave-
Fink; aldermen, P. Devere Hunt, j nue, which the city propose to destroy
James Henderson, Joseph Jackson, V. on account of its unsanitary condi-
Hyde Baker, James Ryan and Xleorge tion. Lee now comes forward with
Johnson. I an offer to sell for $60 if the amount
'      ! Is  paid  within a  week.    Lee claims
Vernon, Jan. 17���Mayor R. W. Tim j that the whitewashing of the building,
mins; aldermen, C. F. Costerton, H. | his idea of making it Sanitary, cost
W. Knight, A.  Lelshmau, W. Glover I him the amount asked.   The commit-
and   J. Speer;   school trustees,  T.  J.
i Cummiskey and E, Harris.
  Grand  Forks,    Jan.  17.���Aldermen,
i Fred Clark. James McArdle,    G.    W.
ome,  showing    him    and  American   Boats   ScOUr   Pa-   Rutherford,  Frank  Miller,  P. T.  Mc
A meetl
cted   rt
iiiilri'i),.
Ill '., .,
lie  0(
''"IT.'   ,
IS 1i, Id
mi fi
ng of the young girls con-
Itb the 'recently formed
Ward Supporting society
d this afternoon at the resl-
v'iss Grace Wlnteniute. A
1 the executive committee
yesterday afternoon, when
today's work were laid out.
A special meeting of the board of
school trustees was held yesterday
evening  for the  purpose of appoint-
cific Coast   in Search of trustees, a.
British Ship Reported Lost Hannington.
1 L to  lie uaid
Vancouver,  Jan.  17.���Whether
British  ship  Hartfield,  Capt. Sander
ISSLTS
Mr. Clow, the local architect  and de
signer of the new building, over   the
splendid  central  building in  Vancou-
ver.   The New Westminster exchange,
he stated, would te modelled largely
on the same lines and would be second ;
to none in any city of its size west of
ing a teacher to take over the duties I Toronto.   The new ..uilding will haveig,  ,
of principal's assistant al the high j tWQ gtorie8 and basement, will be con- j co.t8t of Vancouver island, will prob-
school, efforts having be in mad' In slrucled of pressed brick, and will fth|y bt, determined by the Unite I
this direction for some time past. Mr j haw a neat exterior appearance. Stateg revenUe cutters Perry and
Brown, at present of the Vancouver J Every e(fort wlll be miu]e to provide! Ttt���tjBi wi,ich le,ft Seattle las,, night
high scnool staff, will commence hlal^,- ,ne comfort of the operators, al j to 8ea'rch the coast line,
duties In this capacity on Monday [ thougn tney will not likely be supplied ) Tne disc* very of pieces
morning. For several weeks l����8t the -. wltn a sitting room and library as In
trustees had  been in    communication j th(J headquarters at Vancouver, where
Galium  and  H   E. Woodland;   school
A.  Dinsmorj  and  H.  C
In future the mayor is
to be paid.
tjie'    Keiowna,
I Sutherland;
Jan.    17.���Mayor, D. W.
aldermen,  F.   M.   Buck-
itee failed to see It that way and left
the. matter ln the hands of the chairman of the health committee, Aid.
Fader and Mayor Keary, to deal with.
The mayor was absent owing to a
severe attack of neuralgia, and his
piiice at the head of the tablo was
taken by Aid. Shiles. The meeting
was the first of the regular Friday
evening sessions decided upon at the-
last council.
O. H. Westcott, of jjlalne, says the
Has been  �� reeked   on the   west iland.  D���101' GaMes' T' W-  Stirling,! failure of the Exchange bank at Blaine
' F. R. E. Dehart and J. Curtts. ; will not Injure that community to any
��� ' extent, as It was a small private   ln-
WERE SOLD TO
PREVENT A DEFICIT
J Victoria, Jan. 17.���The analysis   Of
i11 "f accounts  presented    yesterday
ma���t thai bad it not keen for the sale
"ii.t Qrey lands and timber specu-
f ""��� 'he government   would   have
[M n deficit.   The surplus wns created
'���  by the sale of assets.   Land
h<��w half a million increase and
:i"   "censes   of  over    a   million,
kl  "!' the surplus of a million and
jalr'    ln  face  of the sale of land
Property has fallen $40,000, the
"'���,al tax $111,000, while all IteTns
^ connected with the sale of assets
vt'i',v slight Improvement or some
,B ��"' the previous year.   It   |8 un-
['M"0(' ,hf' government ��l|| Increase
"���sessional Indemnity to $1200   und
���misters' salaries to (6000
with the Western Teachers' assocla-
I tion bureau, of Winnipeg, with a view
I to securing a teacher to fill the va-
I cancy, but although replies were re-
' coked from several competent men,
I no final understanding could be
' reached.
Newton R. Brown, one of the trus-
���, tees of the local lodge of the  Royal
Templars of Temperance, gives an era-
I phntie denial  to the story  circulated
to the effect that the R. T. of T. con
template changing their headquarters
from the I. O. O. F, hall on
I the rental having been raised.    Itel.e
1 lions between George Alliums, the pro-
I prietor, and tho Templars have in no
way been affected by the change the
trustees, after consultation with Mr.
j Adams, reaching the decision that the
j rental charged was not exhorbl-
' tant, nnd  only to be expected on ac
count of the general increase of rents
throughout  the city.
o." 11 f.'-
boats, cabin fittings and other _'���
terlal from the HartfieLd on the west
85 girls are employed. The basement I coast has ^g^ grt..,t anxiety for th.'
will be used for the machinery; the i fate of the ghip u ls possible that
first floor, approached by a flight of the wreckage ^ag washed from the
granite steps, will accommodate the Lggjj of tiie ghil) during a hurricane
offices and retiring rooms of the op- j ,in<1 tnat 8h��� may be gtlll auoat. In tli <
erators, with the whole west side an t.vent o{ disaster having overtaken the
extensive operating room.   The build- craJtf the crews of the revenue cutters
ing will be practically fireproof.
Enforce Quarantine.
Port Townsend,  Jan.   17.���A revolt
wil undoubtedly discover more wreckage than that  found to date.
The Hartfield sailed from Liverpool
Rugby-Lacrosse Teams Clash.
Tj.Is afternoon the rugby boys will
meet the lacrosse team on the Moody
square grounds. The lifteens us they
will line up for the kick-off are:
Lacrosse men���W. Turnbull, full j
hack; Len Turnbull, Pat Feeney,
Sandy Gray and Bert Henry, three- j
quarter backs; C. 1). Peele, Cliff)
Spring, half backs; T. Clifford, J. Glf- j
ford,'T. Rennle, G. Rennle, B. Marshall and C Galbraitb, forwards}
Rugby team���Myers, full e.ack; Rus ,
sell,. Maroon, Sutherland, Iloult, three-
quarters;   Davis   (capt.)  aud  Stewart
Halves;  Lambert, Leamy, Peele, Bur
stitutlon with but several thousand
dollars of deposits on band. Mr. Westcott will bring an action today asking for a receiver for tbe concern.
     __
SUBSIDIZING SHIPS IS
COSTLY IN NEWFOUNDLAND
last fall with general cargo for Val- wagh>  Bllodeau,     Baker,
by  residents of Port Ludlow  against  paraiBO, after  discharging  which  sh I ftn(]   Harrison,  forwards,
regulations of quarantine of diphtheria sililed in ballast for Puget sound, leav- wll] b_ rofm,'P(1 ])V j  y
today required the sending of a depui y  i���K the Chilean port on October   28, Vancouver. '"
account of  sheriff to the village to require   the! gne carried a crew of thirty men, and
enforcement of the law.    Reports re- it is believed the'wlfe ami child of tli ���
Motherwell
The    game
Met!uire. of
celved here state that one death has
resulted from the disease and that
bi vera! eases now exist.
captain were on board.
Cholera   In   Philippines.
Washington, Jan. 17.���Some uneasl-
Shingle Mill to Raiume. ness was created at the war depart-
Belllngham, Jan. 17.���Operations In , ment today by the receipt of a report
Gunnison, Colo., Jan. 17.���"Aunt"
Sarah Bryant, a colored woman, 135
years old, died here today. She was
torn a slave ln Missouri and had lived
in Gunnison twenty five year?.
the N. Jems mill at Silver Beach will
lie resumed Monday, according to a
statement made by Jerns this after-
Doun. The Jerns mill employs about;
| twelve men.
by cable at the army headquarters at
Manila that Asiatic cholera had made
Its appearance on the island of Mindanao. According to the report one
soldier has died from this diseise.
��� St. John. Nfld., Jan. 17.���Railroad
Contractor Reld, promoter of the Reld
; Newfoundland company, has filed a
i claim for $1,250,000 damages against
the Newfoundland government. Mr.
Reld claims the government subsidized a line of steamers competing
with one of his lines, which had been
ln operation for several years. The
litigation between Reld and the Newfoundland government has "existed
for some time, due to disagreements
over contracts. Reld has already obtained several millions of dollars from
the colony as damages, due to the government amending a railway contract
made with him In 1898. The Contractor has also a claim of $550,000 against
the government for rolling stock furn-
ished.
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Daily   News  Block.     Phone 388.
STEAMER WILL RIVAL
PRINCESS VICTORIA
New Boat Will be in Commission Early Next Year -
Building on Clyde.
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Westminster
Transfer Co
���ffice 'Phone 1S5.       Ham  t'none 1S7
Columbia St.
Haggatse  delivered     promptly  to  *n;
part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Otftjo���Tram   Deoot
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,  made by    :   :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.       New Westminster
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND ENGINE
WORK.
SHIP   SMITHING,   DRUCE   and
STRUCTURAL     IRON     WORK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, including
Fences,   Gates,   Fire   Escapes,   etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BEG DIE  STREET.
New Westminster. P. 0. Box 474
Vi-"    :     Jan. 17    M 11  advices re
celved state that  the  ne.v C. P.  R.
steamship being built on the Clyde to
alternate with  the   Princess  Victoria \
is in Frame at the Fairfield yards on j
the Clyde.   It is expected that she will |
be  completed by   next  fall and  will \
reach  Vancouver In aboul one year,
coming around Cape Horn.
The new vessel will be the best of'
her class, exceeding the Princess Victoria in point, of speed, accommodation
and equipment.
She will be in commission at the!
jegtnnlng of 1909, when traTel be- \
tween Victoria. Vancouver and Seat-1
tie Is expected o assume record proportions owing to the Alaska-Yukon-
Paclfic exposition to bake plac? at
SeatUe during the Bummer of nexl
yoar. The steamer being luilt by the
Fairfield yards will have an average
speed of --' knots, and will has ' six
large boilers with three smoke stacks
as 1ms the Princess Victoria. The design differs somewhat from that of the
steamer now in service. Tbe main
passenger deck is carried clear to the
bow forward and the upper tier of
staterooms, broken at the eud of the
smoklngrooms on the Princes- Victoria, is carried clear to the stern.
There will be a similar gallery aft on
the new steamer as well <u that forward from which the upper staterooms will look into the saloon. The
dining room is lighted with large
square ports similar to U.u~.> ot the
Princess Royal.
OUR OBJECT
Two matters receive our special    attention���saving   deposits
Western  interests.    The one aids   the other���every  dollar  deposited
with us is at once Bet to work to   promote  some  phase  of  Western
prosperity'.
Interest  at highest rates  paid  four times a year.
11 NORTHERN BANK
Capital  Paid   Up,  $1,200,000 ",;-
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Rest  and   Undivided   Profits.  $116,000
J. ALLEN, Local Manager,   New Westminster, B.C.
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Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF. 125 VOLUMES!
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY:
HONK! HONK!
Just   Arrived
���AT-
YES, WE INSURE AUTOMOBILES AGAINST DAMAGE OF
ANY KIND WHETHER YOUR
MACHINE IS EURNED 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 ORDERING ONE. ENQUIRE ABOUT
THIS.
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THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES \\|,
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO TUE :. ,������;;���
SOCIETY CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER gE]
CURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE POL-
LOWING  MANNER :
The men bants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The  contest  began  Aug.  23 rd,  1S07,    and will  close    ] |
190S, at 7 p. m
A ballot   iox Is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store
votes are  i leposited.
At the el   ������ of the rontest the Lodge, Society. Church oi
having   received   the   largest number of votes will be  iwa  .     the
library.
Current   accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to \
Remember, votes ran be secured by trading with the '.:   ..
ed below.
Library   is  on  exhibition  at  W.   E. Fales'  furniture  .-.'.ore.
D. 3. Curtis  will count the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
KYLE & SON'S
255 Front Street
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK
PHONE B 234
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New Shoes lor Men, Women,
Boys and flirls.     if THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Choice  Meats and Chickens always
��" hand, j FIRST     SHIPMENT     OF     SPRING
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue' GOODS CONSISTING OF
Gents' Furnishings, Etc.
WE ARE STILL BELLING
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDSIII lbs. Choice Alberta Butter
of New Westminster and dist-n-t fnn  Jl f|f|
On Sale at���
NICE. ,11*ICY
Oranges, 25c per doz.
Give us a call.
Notice to Builders.
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at  Gannon's  Cigar  Divan
tr Advertise the town  we live hi  11 J
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladies' and Gents'
FIXE  HAIR GOODS
v    Toopea, Wigs. Transformation*,
Pompadonri and   Switches
Marcel Wave.  Bleaching    and Dye-
ng.   Manicure and Massage, Ohirpodj
are Scalp Treatir.i nt.
*lb Granville St. Vancouver, B. C.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER;
'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Day tn the Ye*r!
BETWEEN
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
and LUXURY.    It is lighted with New York, Chicago,
both   electricity   and   gas;  the   most Toronto   St   Paul
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the loromo, oi. ram
world.    'The   equipment   consists   of ANu ALL POINTS EAST
private   compartment   cars,   standard;    steamship  tickets  on  sale    to  all
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining   BuRJpean 1)olnts
car. reclining chair cars (leata UW), Spec|a|   Reduced   RatM   Rouna   Trj
modern  day  coaches  and buffet, h-        .^ ^  .^^  ^.^
brar- and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any   l-or full information call on or writs
further information call on or write c. E. LANG, General Agent,
lurtner mior t    430 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B. C
F. W. PARKUC I A D ohaKLTON,
GENERAL *GENT.
7* Second Avenue. Seattle. W.io      _.-,
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THERE   IS   ONE   SURE
LINEN COLLAR
Our line of Collars is the most reliable and
most popular shown anywhere. : : :
Quality is guaranteed by the trademark���
 TRIANGLE	
If you have not tried them, get one, and
you will never wear any other brand.       :
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
HABERDASHERS
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HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh  and  Salted  Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under  new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West  End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB. CO
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   <S.  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STA3LES
S.   H.  Thompson,  Prop
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL $I4,-!UO.OOO.OO
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
-ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ta   London,   England,
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City      \   len
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wltl correspondents in all parts o( tne
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums ot $1 and upward!,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum  (present rate! added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANC H G. D.  BRYMNER. Manager.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  16. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL    Ue.aLERS  IN
Wellington Coal, Van. PortlanJ Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pot
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coai, Common  Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas  Q     k Tj
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.;^1^
SEALED TENDERS'a : be reci ��� ������.!
by the- undersigned up to noon of
January 25, 1908, for th.> cor,:, :��� on
of B. c. Telephone building, oa Clark-
so'n street. I'iiins a-ul BpecltkatJ ns
may be seen at my office, corner of
Sixtu and (Tirkson streets, Lo
or any tender not neci ssarfry ac-
cepteo.
C, H. CLOW. Architect.
Northern
Pacific
Our January
Clearance Sale
Is Now On
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I LOTS        !
burnaby!
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Three minutes from c;ir
with fine view, 50 b\   150 teel
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
I to-wear Goods
To Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices
chance not to he missed.   For $125;  $1"> cash, balance $" a
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  545.
VV. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS SATURDAY, JAN. 18. 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.   I
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world Is made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
1* the purest and the best and is fast becoming tbe beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
Columbia Street
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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.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
P ii your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f.  B. LYLE,   Mgr.
THE ONE-
WASHER
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The good housewife likes the "One-
minute   Washer"   because  it  does Its!
work   better,   faster and   easier  than
any othi r.
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Boys' Odd
Pants
In Tweed,   Made by the Celebrated  "Lion  Brand"
People.
I Prices, 50c, 65c, 75c,
up to $2.00 the pair
I All Sizes
Limited
FOR CASH...
We will sell
all our
Dinner Sets
j|8'l '"    ets, n gular price $20.00, for	
���' -. regular price $16.50, for	
' '    ' ts, regular price Si 1.00, for	
' i Is, regular price $18.50, tor
I
utter dislies, regular price  _.">c to 35c, for
All  China at  Reduced Prices.
..$16.75
. .$13.50
. .$11.25
..$10.75
 20c
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PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
ADAMS & DEANS
LITERARY SOCIETY
!        ELECTS OEEICERS
Condensed
Advertisements
PACIFIC
clear,
BTEAM    DYE    WORKS
. dye. and repair everything.
'Columbian College a Busy!send for price u_t. eso Seymour st.
H.-,                    ���                     Vancouver.
lve  - Conversazione   on	
February 7.
SEN1)
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10c  FOR  OMEGA,  THE  Silent   revelation.    Tells   truth   on
I business, luck,   wishes,    wealth    and
The   -��� mi-annual   business   meeting ! marriage. Omega, Box 578, Vancouver,
ol in.' College Literary society for the     ' C'
election of officers was held yesterd i.
| afternoon.    The  following were    the
officers chosen:    President, Rev. Mr.
Ewint;.   lirst    vice-president,    William
Mown;.    second vice-president,    .Miss
Edith McBride; secretary, Miss Laura!
Watson;   treasurer,    Miss   Woodman.'
The  staff   for  the  "Lux  Columbian,
the college paper, was also appointed  "IT'
1710K BALE���GOOD SINGING b.RDS
-L      cheap
Block.
Apply    Room    20,    Burr
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OR    SALE���TWO    CASH   REGIS-
ters, one safe; quick sale cheap.
Apply "Safe," P. O. Box 693.
[NANCIAL    INSTITUTION     HAS
vacancies for young   men    with
at the meeting. Those given places on i
ii   were:     Editor-in-chief,    Rev.    Mr.  high school education; good references
Mxon;  literary,  Miss Bertha Thomp- ] essential.    Apply "Finance,*' Box  693
son;  locals, Miss T. Kerr and P. Tur-   Dally News office, city,
ner;   .ii'.iletics,   William  Meyers;    re- j
llgious, Rev. Mr. Thompson; business j W ANTED ��� BARITONE SINGER,
'manager, Mr. Eallis; assistant busl- '* tor illustrated songs. Apply by
\ ness   managers,   Charles   Watson  and   letter to A. W. C. c-o Daily News.
I Herbert Watson. 1	
The soccer game between Columbian j \U ANT-ID���TREE PRUNING BY
and the Vancouver liig'.i school, "'' contract. E. .I. Fisher, garden-
scheduled for today has been can-' er. Beaford House, or phone 89.
calkj by the Vancouver team.
.
The number of basketball fanactics | "^" ANTED���ST
al  the college has Increased tj such j  '"    Go0(1  Ior'''lli
an   extent that  five  teams  are    now j Daily News
formed and more are being arranged
for. Gymnasium classes were not held
���STORE    16   or    20x40.
ion.    Apply     R.    A.
FOR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORD-
wc
during the first week of school term, I *      w00d' *r'-"�� a c<ml delivered.   T.
but  have  been started with  renewed I H- F��ster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
vigor this week.    A harrier's club was j ^5-
organized   this   week  and   rum   were i
Held each evening after gymn classes. I "POSITION  WANTED    AS  WORK-
The   program   is   nearly   completed
I r the public opening   on    Tuesday
| evening, t'ne 22nd  inst., of the    new
gymn.    Besides the drill of a "picked
squad from the Vancouver V. M. C. A.
\ there "ill    be    a   junior   basketball
I match between the college and the Y.
M.  C.  A. and also several other ath-
j letic contests, whic'h are not as yet de-
I finitely settled on.    By next Tuesday
all the .baths will le installed in the
| gym. and    everything   else   possible
j done to make It fully complete.
The annual conversazione of the
j college, will take place on February 7,
j preparations already being under way.
i way.
no
-1-      ing    housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
good    cook
L
AROE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
Ave. and 6th street. All conveniences.
1 FOR   1
Great Exhibition Expected.
| Calgary, Jan. 17.���The Calgary Exhibition company tendered a banquet'
; last night to the board of directors,
I tne city council and tlie school trus-
I tees, over sixty being present. Man-
lager Richardson, of the Dominion far,
i gave details of progress in entries
\ made up to the present time, the pros
; poets foi- a successful exhibition hav-
! ing Bar surpassed most sanguine ex-
, peetations.
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FR��NT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
_,   E.   WALKER. President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
$5 and under '.'   3 cents
Over $D and not exceeding $10  0 cents
Over $10 and uot exceeding $30 io cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 15 cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office In Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in
the United States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE  CANADIAN  BANK OF   COMMERCE. LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method of r emitting  small  sums  of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Managwr.
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea&Co.
Telephone 150
facial, scalp, or body treatments given-
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages a'. Carcross and White Horse,
Tiaintaining a through winter service.
Koi   information apply to
I. ti ROGERS, Traffic Managei,
Vancouver. B. C
60  YEARS'
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Designs
.... copyright! 4c
Autotio sending a fleet eh anddescription nW
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Inrentliiu le probably patentable. Communlea.
tlonsstrlctlyconSdentlal. HANDBOOK on PatenM
aent free. Oldest asency forsecurluiipatent*.
Patents taken through Munn * Co. receive
tptctat nottce, without charge, In the
Scientific flmerKan.
A handsomely Uluattated weealy. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for
Canada, *J.W a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
aU newsdealers.
Branch Offlc*, An V Bt- Washington. IX 0.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
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H YOU Want a Situation.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pion'-r 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 all) their trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence  of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
t34 Third St.. cor Alder Portland. Or.
18,000  (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power 1 EMPRESS OF IRELAND J     TOM
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
John, February Tth.
For other dntes and particulars,
apply to
ED. UOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
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small  band of < <>nsi rvativi-s    in    th
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10.   Foster  when  he speaks    ol
"pinch of poverty and hardship."
THE DAILY NEwS
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E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
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ETHICS   IN   ADVERTISING.
The    question    often    arises   Bfl    to
whether the press Is ethically right In
admitting to its advertising columns> words, it's example that counts," said
announcements with which it^��is no Mrs. Gordon, the evangelist, in speak-
editorial sympathy, and which. In ing yesterday afternoon on "The Old-
justice to iis readers, it may Ie called Fashioned Home." About 200 people
upon to openly oppose. A oase In gathered to the afternoon meeting,
ivoint occurred with the press of this and listened most appreciatively to
city this week, in which a good round another splendid address,
sum was offered to advertise that, "What have the) Been in thy house,''
which   we  considered  detrimental   to w
the   city's   best   interests.     It    would "As  the  homes of our nation are
have been lawful advertising but we danger, the nation is in danger.
considered it  undesirable.   True it Is virtues  cultivated  in the
not   the province of a  newspaper    to the morals devi
guarantee t'he goods advertised;    the for the safety of the nation.   A home
quality and value must be left to   the is where we love and are loved    In
intelligence and  responsible  dlscrlm- the largest  sense ol the  word.    The
illation of ihe purchaser,   it  is like- home should be the brightest place ln
wise true thai a newspaper is morally the world, with song and prayer and
bound   in   proteel   ii -  ri iders against love and sunshine.    A gloomy  Lome
fraud  or  apparent   fraud.    The   pres; makes   bad   buys  and   bad   girls,    .and
also owes b duty  to the   trade    in- they make lad men and had women."
ler.sls of its home town and have a _	
right to protect against unfair competition while on the other hand the Heirs to $3,OO0,0CO.
press should receive the hearty sup- LOS Angeles, Jan. 17.���Frank Op-
port of the constituency tn which it pi nheimer. a Santa Fe hrakeman, republishes. We will never gel lafgar siding in this city, and his sister. Misa
stores or larger newspapers as long Marie Oppenheimer, of Buffalo, N. Y..
as   the   public    follow     the    BUlci lal now  here are  heirs    to    a  13,000,000
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
���never a suspicion of tJituness-
you tasle the piquant savour���the
crystal mr'is unconciously.
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Poland requires it. In conclusion
Prince Von Ruelow thanked the National Liberals and the two Conservative parties for their support.
i     Sailors Desert for  Lack  of  Soao.
Homes   That  Coirupt   Good   Morals.
..,..,, ,  , ,,.         .    ,   . Aberdeen   Jan. 17.���The sailors   on!
< olldren do nol take any stock m j
the German tramp steamerGermanl
cus have left the ship, having a number of grievances against Captain
Berndt. Those who were the guest -
of the ship here remarked on tlie uncleanly appearance of the vessel, and
especially those who saw the quarters
s the text chosen by the evangelist I occupied by the men, which was filthy ;
in j in the extreme. One of the grievances
i ....   the men had against the captain was
family  and | that he jvould not allow them soap to
iped in the home are   keep their quarters clean.
H.L.
Great Stock Reducing
_ OF =
Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats and
Raincoats
Men's   Pants
AUCTION  SALE
policy of fattening the terge wealthy
concerns of the larger neighbor city.
THEORY VERSUS FACT.
It is refreshing sometimes when a
rabid political newspaper teases for a
day its reviling of its political opponents and takes time to discuss the affairs of the country from fl business
standpoint. Then the blue spectacles
of the political pessimist have to be
discarded and the newspaper's readers
get an opportunity of learning that
after all things are nol as had as they
are pictured on the other :j 12 days of
the year.
Such an opportunity was
estate left by their uncle, Jacob Oppenheimer, of New Zealand. Both
Oppenheimer and his sister are orphans. The faimly formerly lived iu
Germany.
GERMANIZATION   OF
POLAND TO CONTINUE
Berlin, Jan. 17.���Chancellor Von
Buelow spoke in the Pruss'an ditt yesterday in support of the bill authorlz
Ing the government    to enforce    the
sale to the so-called settlement  land I
, in Prussian Poland, held, by Poles, in
fforded to  order that Germans might bjksel   ��� i
the readers of the Halifax Herald on   upon them with the aid of th s stal
Tuesday last.   Probably no newspapet   The chancellor said  tli it  If th    Gei
In this country has been more violent,
in Its al lacks upon the Laurier gov ru-
ment. for having "caused the business
depression," for having conducted the
affairs of the country without regard
to business principles, an 1 for generally having produced a paralysis of
the wheels of industry. The Herald
wsb especially virulent during the recent bye-election ln Colchester; bul
even when tni re has been no bye-
election in sight it has daily preached
blue ruin and commercial stagnation. |
Yel when it comes to review the
progress or Nova Scotia during 1907 i
what is the result ? An admission |
that the province aud Its people were I
never in a more prosperous condition. \
We are told that "The past year ini
Windsor has In almost every depart- i
ment of trade been prosperous."
The  "people of    LunenbWg    have'
much   cause   lor   being   well   satisfied
with  the outcome of the    yaar   just
closed.    Never before have the Usher- j
men,   I oth    ihe   shore   and   de  p    sea :
toilers,   been  so  wall   repaid   for  their
hardy and arduous operations on   the
deep.    The town has made steady progression  and  the year  1907 will long
he remembered as a banner one in its
history."
"The general  prosperity  which has'
been  so  pronounced  during the    past
few yivii's over the  Dominion of Can-;
ada  has    een   generouslj   shared   by
the town of rarmouth, and esp clalb
so during the year 1907."
'The    pasl    twelve    months    have'
iroughl to the people of the town ami
county of D guy a measure of   pins
perltj  no less than thai  of tho pr ���
rious year.    \s to th   general conditions t>f the principal Industries   Fishing, farming and lumbering���-il may be
said   the   former  has    had    a  banner.
year,  both as    regards    prices    and
quantity of aatc'h;  the second shows
ian improvement, in  point  of valuj at
least, over  1906." ,
"For the important district ��T which
Wolfvllle is the natural commercial
centre, the year 1907 has been marked
by great prospi rity."
"So far as New Glasgow is concerned, the report is "Progress and Pr.is-
perity."
So far the reports haw bee i by
: ; sines; men of business conditions,
But the Hi raid did not stop there. It
published the following from Mr.
Charles E. Tanner;
"F,ver.. one knows thai out own
country, C: nada, b< ln ������ a partner In
tae world's business, musl always be
affected in a measure -J the ris ��� nnd
fall of ihe world's commercial tide.
But sound underlying conditions, we
are proud to know, give us power to
minimize the attacks of depression.
Blessed with b wldespreallng and
fruitful laud..unniea-mivd natural re-
Bources,  ��nd ian Indualrious and cap
raanlzation of Poland was to continue
t'.i's measure must be adopted.   It
a sharp  weapon,  but the situ itlo
W. J. KERR
! Has received Instructions from Mrs.
I Inuis Adams, who is leaving the city,
I to sell by public auction on the premises, Eighth avenue, Twelfth street,
' east side, on
Tuesday, January 21
At 10 a.m.
The whole of her household furni
ture  and  effects, consisting of:
Parlor���Tapestry carpet, two rattan
easy chairs, centre table, inlaid chess
table, chairs, brackets, cushion;, pictures, catskin rug, jardimrres and
stands.
Dining Room���Extension table, sideboard, heater, six chairs, rugs, curtains rand poles, picture.-., ornami nts.
mirror.
Bedrooms ��� Two iron bedsteads,
springs, mattresses, dressing tables,
toilet stands and ware.
Kitchen���Nearly new "Monarch"
range, kettle and culinary utensils
cabinet table, china, glass nnd eartnen-
ware. Fifty ft. hose, saw, spade, axe,
and other outdoor effects.
Terms Cash.
Further particulars  may  ba obtain-
v -s   ed  of  the  auctioneer.  New   VYestmin-
In   ster, B. C.
$12,000 worth of the BEST, NEWEST and most UP-TO-DATE
STOCK OF CLOTHING in the city,  going at 25 PER CENT. OFF
our regular prices.
As you are aware this is the ONE PRICE STORE, with all
Goods marked in PLAIN FIGURES. We are not marking up our
Prices, but are making- a GENUINE CUT OF ONE-QUARTER OFF
the prices you have been paying for the same goods.
We do not claim this to be the GREATEST SALE ON EARTH,
but it is the GREATEST SALE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
that Westminster has ever seen.
While this Sale lasts we will also make a discount of 10 per cent,
off all other Goods in our store. Come and take advantage of this
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to replenish your wardrobe.
TERMS CASH���No Goods Out on Approval During
This Sale.
H. L. DeBECK, Th* ciothie
Opposite Post Office.
New Westminster, B. C.
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Keep your feet dry by wearing "THE INVICTUS"
DRY-SOX SHOE, the only absolutely waterproof
boot made m Canada.     Water can t nzz on them.
LADIES:
Wear "THE INVICTUS" DUK-BAK SHOE,
made by Geo. A. Slater. Money can t buy a more
waterproof  boot.
You  can buy "Tbe Invictus    Sboes from lJS ONLY.
The
Royal City Laundry
Having taken over the interests of the NEW METHOC
LAUNDRY, are now established in their new, commod
ious  and   up-to date  quarters on
Royal  Ave. and  Blackie St.
And are now preparad to take care of the laundry buv
ness of the City, and guarantee entire satisfaction.
The Royal City Laundry Co'y
TELEPHONE   183.
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THE TENDENCY IS FOR
FLOUR
To ri.se in price, but to reduce our supply before
stock-taking, we will sell for two weeks,
"Five Roses" and "Roya! Household" at j
$1.75 per sack (50 lbs.) or $6.75 bbl.
CASH ONLY
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor j
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ICOAL! COAL!
JOHNSTON'S 1
Big  Shoe   Mouse,   Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster
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New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
���Phone   105,
FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  - NEW WESTiWiNSTEB tATURSAY. JAN.  18.  1908.
The Cash
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE ITVE
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anuan &
OF
Linens
4ili: and 35c HucK Towels, 25c pair
[50 dozen, bleached, all linen tow-
blue or white borders,hemmed
in. rial hotel size.
S5.50 to $7 Table Linen for S4.35
6 - only double damask, full bleach-
e   table cloths,    sizes 2x2 1-2,   2x3,
. L-2.
40 and 42 in. Pillow Mon, 14c
wood  heavy cloth, evenly woven,
gfular 20c. for 14c
1
50 doz. large size table napkins, all
hemmed ready for use; superior quali-
tv  t< i clear quickly 10c ea.
I5c Check (te Toweling, 8 l-2c yd
20 inclv quality, larj
size check, blue and white, and red and
white.   Sale price 81-2c
2,000 yards Flanneinjie, al !9c yd
Light stripes, dark checks, plain
white or cream, assorted widths and
qualities, 12 1-2 and 15c values, for...
 10c yd
1,800 yds. White Won, at 8 l-Zc yd
10c and 12 l-2c full bleached English Longcloths, superior qualities, 36
inches wide.
150 large size English Bed Quilts,
72x90; January Sale price $1.00
ANOTHER WHIRL IN
WH
CITY NEWS
i     ol
..���: Toron-
Ij known ��� ���  i
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Morrison,
Jai          U7.
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.  will  sit   in   i ...-.
a!'.
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T uen left this i
to ���   Rupert, the)   will
l��- - ed on tin- wo      of cl  ning
the  i iwnsite* The men  are biri
A.  I!   ' ireen, nnd will be paid al
nia per hour.
f flowers, iioucjueis    or tun-
eral  designs  telephone  T-  Uavies  &.
���������
Ml     Ella Walker will sing    I
Davl :, art Janu
r I,     ......
ind  Th ��� ; .   ..
i to ?.:���'"
Thi .   sale  in
Inlty.    \\'i: ti & Co
m
H        ley I lay for a  six
wei    -' trip to California, in Ihe co
dch he will visit San Francisco,
i' el       Santa    Bar
bara e: d   manj   other  p] u ���    of    In-
He  la  a< ��� I  on    the
trip bj   his two nieces, Mbsee   Vera
('. and  Reita S. Gilley.
Horace Dorer Bays:    Today, at the
old -��� are i uttlng on
nil tl lollar   parcels that were
.leftover from  Vis;  Sniiirila
m ler's '"MacGlashen's Courtship"
i will i...... you laugli and crj bj turns
ai ��� -a hou e J inuary 27.        **
'
i    Ai!  kinds  of    pot-plants    and    cut
r3 at Tidy's.    Phone     184.       **
O , mlacalculatioi    ���
In shape I i b
.-.iUinla>    the   i-
I.,.��,   ..'-i  ' oi   .i   a   ,i.    :.   ���
butwi iu to smile, look p  ..    ut  park, when ihe victorious R
und i. the gi   * "a-     ������ -, un meet the North Vance
tion will be open 10 a.m  1 ���:���        24       to   which   -��ej   admlnl    ired   ���.     i
till   1 ��� inlay.   25th. ' ,- Week.     due. :.. ������ ������*     to
make   the   score  even  more ide
������   M,J tuu ti ae, facia* tie visitor, with
'   ' ��� mine .,: itKMoeer line-np than belore. Thi
;   ���'"'���'��� ''���   that will tace the ball today will    be
('"1""-        ��� ���'""''   tt��W  '��� thi   ��� that "       ed     e   I   Isl ���
���   tutor-,   t  ^ta  .,,    exception, Craig  who will
play on the forward line in the place
of Lockhart, who is stiff from '.:
Ha,.      ... en Ab >"ii .��. I.
that ed, cleared lol r Co
lumbia street, east end, tl' ���
|Sll. ��*
ing   is the   team:    Barb kree,    g ��l;
Clark, Cunningham, full bai   i;    ��� i
Turnbull, Fleming,   halves';    \\ i   i
Mackenzie Bros., ol        ��� CttAg, Fleming, Lock and    Lum
jaWj g ,       ,. p, ., to   ���    Is    ���   .ins and Lock-art,
��� ral store
carry a full Hi
;oods mid   ...... .i
The   mime   will   be   ret<  ���    .
I,   .,', , ll, of Vanci
! :30 o'clock.
Kick
will also conl Inue th li    bu sli es     tl
Moose Jaw.
, be ' Aet"
favorite smoke.
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bee
.        **
If you waul a cheap Ave room cottage   with  good  stable,  etc.,   In
, ����,.,-     safe; imicK sale cneap.   Apply
city, we can show you one for V1
Only ?400 or J500 cash requ red  >
ice od   terms    to    s lit.
260   Culm..
For  sale,  two cash  registers,    one
Ce; nuick sa!
P. O. Box 18
Our prices simply cannot be
beaten ! Our values have never
been equalled! The largest and
best selected stock of White
Muslin Underwear in the province has just arrived direct from
the most reliable manufacturers
of Eastern Canada. In fact the
assortment is so comprehensive
that to enter into a description in detail would not do
it justice. We simply mvite your inspection, whether
you wish to buy or not.
75c Ladies' WOOL
UNDERWEAR, at
Loaded up with a big stock of
Wool Underwear ��� that is our
excuse for making this sensation price cut in face of a rising
market.
Natural and white unshrinkable Wool Vests and Drawers,
medium and large size, full fashioned and seamless; January
5ale price, 50c each.
. ick this morning a foot-
��� ball match  will  be played at Queens
tween     teams    representing
Wi      Ide  and  Central  public schools,
following Westside lads will
i:   Goal, Leon .id;   full  back.-   A.
Klrl : in i.  W.   Dawi .   half  backs,    C.
���rue, B. Ross, A. Reld; forwards,
mdln, A. Cederbay, H.^Furn
V lam, i . Huff, Spare. 11. wint'-
A.   Smii   ���
land, tw<j
I runk
nl'
only one-i il   I ca   !
i'red     White',  Shiles  &   ���'      861)
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.....
.ig"   in   the  opera  house.     Mr.   Robb
is a  Scottish  gold  me lalisi   and this
:- his first appi ���   in this city. **
The Canadian branch of the Ameri-
n Society of Equity, an organization
having an  Immense following in the
���public south of this country, and   a
rge number of adherents In eastern
anada and    throughout   the   middle
St,  will shortly send a represeuta-
���   : trlct for the purpose oi
Bahlzlng   a   branch   of   their  order.
The  nieniiieishiji   of   the   Soeb ;.,     I :
Equity    is    largely    recruited    from
among   the   Ca mlhg   and   agrl   il ur il
asses.
JSOll c ish . cures a .-!2:"' mse !
eight rooms, two full lots In lawn and
irden,    All  modern  and beautifully
'isbei. in the hear! of the b- t resi-
'  ntial   pari   of   this   city.     Payment
in be  i xten ' to ir   : edi   :
bolt      II tt Guli     r. hotel. *
The cburchei of the city, in (base
days of rapidly increasing population,
ingelists Mr. .and Mrs A.-! G [are becoming taxed for uccomoda.tion.
don will tomorrow,commence their re *u'J|,ft partlcnferjj is this sp In the
:. ous campaign in the West End cas�� of th�� Methodist churches, this
Mi hodist church, taking the services; st!Ct claiming the largest, number of
morning and evening, lira. Gordon adherenta iu tbe-ctta and all its build-
will address a mass meeting In hlS^, three in number, an.- ���;, -taxed.
Qw-us avenue church  in  the  a u Queens  Avenue the accom datlon
noon, when the story of how  a man  1* about 400, yet there are t    mentis
Baved at. the eleventh houi a,, over BOO present on Sundays aeces
be related. The announcement that j slratlng the use of the Sunday school
the Ro . lars would   tttend tb    chairs.    The  Sapperton flhurch    has
church i.i a la corrected ������   accomodatloii for  150 only, and now
officers   of  that  organization,   uo   ,i. -: iill(ls iL necessary to remove the oar-
cislon bearing on this subjeel   having   ution ��--   throw  the  Sunday  school
been arrlvi d at.
Ther,.. never has been s    mi
ent gathered together at a single oon
n ra house Jan i-i     7
room  into the  auditoriiim;   this   will
Shortly be done and will increase the
seating capacity by about 100. Plan
for  the  further enlargement of    the
Queens Avenue church I    ���       *en~dls-
ed and will po
A despatch from Ottawa state.; that  jn ihe snmim r.
a petition has been presented  to  th
House,  for the,    ineorijoraUon of the      Don't miss the grand  .S
ouver   Island  and  Eastern    rail- cert to be held by the Sons of Scot-
way, the  line to  run  from   Victoria; bland on  Burns' anniversary, .'��� ������
via   Seymour   X'arrows,  to   Edmonton.' 27, in  the opera  house,
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\ Only a Few Days More j
And Then  the Great
Clearing Out
Furniture Sale
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NO  -OODS   EXCHANGED DURING   THE SALE.
TERMS  CASH  AND  ONE  PRICE���OUR BEST-TO ALL.
T. M. SMITH
Will Be   Past History
���at���
JOHN A. LEE'Sl
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA    STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
��� : sted in Soap ?    We   have   jus;
.! led   our  window   w ith   this < ���
day necessity  al   prices to  suit anj
lv. For example. Guaranteed Pur=
Castile at twenty-five cents a bar.
Old Brown Windsor at twenty-five
cents a  dozen.    A  big  cake of tar at
ve  cents  each.    Other kinds at any
rice   lip   to  One  Dollar a cake.    It
\ ill  pay you to inspect our stock.
P.S.���Hand Bags at reduced prices.
Intending   house  furnishers,   hotel     and     restaurant      proprietors,
should  not allow this opportunity to pass without taking full  advant-   <>
age  of this  immense  sale  and  look  over   the   stock     and     get     our
prices.
WHY HAVE
Cold Feet?
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
F. W, Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
of tha Optical  Department.
SEE  OUR WINDOW
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Store
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THE DAILY NIWs.
PAO.E  SFVEN
��� *4^44 >������������������������������������������#,
I
lEBS   addressed    to
and endorsed "Ten-
Building,   Ladysmith,
elved at this office ,
December  11.  1907,
the construction ot a
il Ladysmith, B. C.
-cations can be seei
TAKE NOTICE that application . .<
been made      reglsti r losepb '���   ,.- ,,.
toe owner In Pee Simple,  in l<       Tax
Bale Deed trom C. C. I'M. . to J
Tays, bearing date the 16th d i   i
vember, A, Ij. 1904, of all a:.
i;    that certain parcel or tra<   -
-hd   ,,:��� i|   . ;'..    lying   ;���,,_
Selling
Out!
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THIEVES'   SLANG.
NOTICE
:. .��� :  ubtalned at this In the Distrlcl  of New Weatn
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on application to the
idysmlth, B. C.
I   ing are notified that
e considered unless
printed  form  supplied,
with  their actual  sigr.a-
clieque on a chartered i
ile   tu the order o! '���
ile  the Minister  of Pu'j-
: il to ten per cent  (10 I
un 'in'  of the  tender, I
torfelte I it thi- penw i
nter into a con-
i   |i r be not accepted
e ret trned.
nt  loes not bind itself
.���.est or any tender.
��� i riler,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
���    | Public Works,
)��� November 13, 1907.
I will not be paid for this
they insert It  witn-
;rom the Department.
b the Province of British Columbia
more particularly known and d
ed as Lo   I I, Bio ���;���. 5, sui .
Lot 201, Group 1.
You and each or you are requ
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days trom the
late of the first  publication of this
be accompanl  I ������-, . otherwise U-ha
later Jose] '.,  .     ��� as owner the
tee.   And 1 hereby direct tli.-  ... ,
cation ot ������ ror one mon
'j di::    ; ��� ��� :.Hh. d at New
Westm d     . e good and sufflci-
Bnl  lei ��� :
Date I at the L ma Kegistry Offla
' ' "1" '"��� "r "  New ' p ovlnci oi B I    b
the work contract   Columbia,  thi    26 .   iaj   of October,
A. D. 1907
C.   S.   KEITH,
His: rirf  Itesistrar.
To John S
All ��� d with this notic >.,
and ��� ilng through or under
them an: :.-: claiming any in-
lid  land by virtue of any
unregist Instrument, ani  all per
sons - * ".      nterest    in   sail
land  by   lescent,  wiiose title  is not
registered    ider the provisions of the
Land It --"ry Act," shall be forever
de arced   from setting
to or in respect of the
ties as provided
L     : ���;-���  Ac."
! This is the Chance of Your Life 1
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New   Westminster   Land   District
District  of New Westminster.
CAKE NOTIC1   ��� -��� ���' ���    v    i" Bton,
tattle, occupation Broker, int��nls
���-.-��.-
blowing d si rlbed ! tnus
Co it a pos       anted   at
i   ih are responsible      the   southeasl    corner of    lol   1020,
the_oe wesl    0 chalne ea
bounds     >     r. L.  No   11734   thi n -
i v" chalne    I asi to Bhoi
I hi hi    ��� orth along the to the
polni of commencement.
CHA8  w   PRBBt ���
Dated Dec   14   1907.
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I tu clear out my <-ntire stu''
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum
and House Furnishings
and,
and
���''������  i   mi 'limited to Urn*, Will  sell  evei ,-thli -. al  ACTUAL COST,
���'    CASE will buy more here  tliai    In   any  otnei    dace   you
' '    Compare my prices and l��' convinced,   I tn< m vhal
Is no bluff.
l <���-.- i led stock,
il '      great Bale.
The Hi-'   buyer  li i-
Make up yoat m
the first i
NOW nnd
if  in>
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W. E. PALES
Opp. T. J. Trapp's
Columbia Street ���
Tfcs   Traveling   Irish   Tinkers  and  tr.*
wan)   Rye.
[ the thte^
o  - .mi -  VI .   - that'i a thing
n   the mists ���
i    daw    .������     B ���- 1
oni e rei        i on  the subject, and
ti  I'V   si',
nt lea I
languagi. I'here used to be men
�� ho travcli i the roads of England
know tinkers.
Th'\ wore traveling machinists
and did a I boi i-i of repair woi K
Thrrj were a i anny M sori of i
labor union tin>\ were tlie wisesl
men in I n land in thein waj it
was worth n man's life tn break inin
their organ   ation irrogularlj.
Along aboul 1630 the Romany
Rya people gypsies, they fall them
���ciiinc to England from the conti
ncnl. Thi were wanderer, like the
tinkers, and naturally the I""
iin r. came together, Tin tinkers
>ii ked up a few words of the jyps;
in. o
The I inkei - took to the jai j m,
added nev words to it. uiul it be
came the language in a way ol tin ir
class. Finally it drifted to the i rim
imil (driiM m. mill thus wn. born
thieves' palter, Bash, lingo, jai m
or whatever you may call It,
The origin of many of the word :
is quite plain when one Btopa to
Study for n mofflent.    Vow, ttikn the
word "bull," which Ib used to ilij
tinguish    :i    ,inl
NOTICt
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai  Harrlel  I     ;
of Hanim ind    H   i'., oci      itlou   lad
Intends to apply (or permission to pur-
oha&e thi   following described lands:
Commencing at a post   planted    at
tiip gouthwesi comer "r lol IdBO n^w
w estrhlnBti i I and District, I hence
north 20 chains more <u- le^s to th? n.
\v. eornei ot said lot 1650, thence easI
100 chains, IhoiHP s-'mth to the shoi ���
thence westerly along the shore to
thp polnl of commencement.
Dated Per. :i.  1907
HAIlltlKl   FORD
Per ll. s. Ford, agent
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
i    policeman
r-"~
���cps s   of   Canadian    North-West
Tstead   Regulations.
. ...ered section of Do-
i:. in   Manitoba,   Saskatch-
| excepting S and -*>,
may be homesteaded by
the sole heal oi  i
It, or any  male over   I ���
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lota '. to 9 -i of a por-:
m ot Lot   I, Gri la    140, New
lis rlct,
W_  ' . ' -A   tOSS   Oi
years oi   _g   ,. - L5715a, Is   i   I
l.-t ���
��� at of one-quarter sec-
\              ��� -  more or .
r   entry      must     be
��� a   by  the  applied...  a
p Is Agency    or   sab-
I district  -a  which th��
v.xr- by proxy may.
I le   at   an.   a-'   .
bj the father, moth-
rother    r si     -of
_o_itst_ad*;r.
r is rejuired to per-
��� itead duties under one
-  | ians:
ist  - x months' residence
���  . . ttlon of   the land   in
��� tree years.
��' - --.-ade;-  may,   if  he  so
<i ...  the    required    resi-
I iiv.ng  on     farming
-   -iy  by   him.   not less
JO)  acres in extent, tn
'  his  horr.est.ead.    Join.
����� ind will not meet th.s
tin
CI   I.'the i'ather (or mother, if the
!<-'��� --     ceased] of a homesteader,
permanent residence on farmms i '"
owned  solely by  him.   not  leas:
eight)    -ui  acres  in extent,  ta j
Jvtcinity of the homestead, or up-1
l;' ���'��� ' ������    ad  entered  for  by him |
I1 ;'irh homesteader may |
p.. ue  of   Peter  Latham,    has !
:    .  -
\      e    i hi  -       -: " .   '���-,���  l
it the te month from
tblli atlon hereof, issue ' the said  ���
-.   . ���     i In I time valid
.. i ie to me In writing.
C. 3. KEITH,
D ���          Registrar Of Titles.
Uk : Regtsfarj Othce. New Westmia-
iter. B  ('.. Oct 24, 1^07
NOTICE   TO   CREDITOaS.
I
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* 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.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
in ]il��in
ClOtflflS. In the curly day" tho
roundsmen of London carried bulls-
eye lanterns because of the unlight-
cl condition of the streets. Roisterers couM  tell  the approach of
rojtndwnpn  .or
constables  by
a DTI iis-
; Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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I
vn resi4ence duties by
v father I or mother i.
��� -in "vicinity" ln the two
'agrapfts  is   defined    as
��� re than nine miles in
exclusive u' the width
:.i i-s crossed    in    the
sader   toSendilng    to
:��� :-. i-   duties   in   ac-
i i ���>.��  while livlns
��� s tarmlug 'and own-
must, notify  the ageni
* of s.        .    iiion.
��� tlce in writinu; must.
'ommlssloner of Do-
��� Is ar ijrtawa. of intention
Cent.
W.  W.  CORY.
��� Minister of the Interior.
aauthoTfcwd  publication >A
���ment  will   not  h*  paid
IN THE .MATTER of the Estate ��rf
A. x.mder Ewen, late of -he City
of Kew Westminster,  British Col-
lis, deceased
NOTICE  IS   HERE3V  GIVEN  pu.'-
so.ant ' ) the Revised Statutes of Brit-
PsS   ColumMs,  C-apter  187,    that all
creditors  and   st-��rs    bavins claims
agslaat the Bistate of ilexaader Ewen,
i who died on or abOOt the  Sth day of
I July,  LOOT, are required on or before
5th day  of    December.   t:)07.  ;o
send by post, prepaid, or deliver to th.e
undersigned, their Christian and surnames,  addresses   and    descriptions:
the full particulars ot' their claims, d.i-
ry verified: the statement ot their ac-,
count, and the nature of 'lie security.
if any, held  by  'uem, and
rTJRTHBR TAKE NOTICE, that af-j
.. : lasl  mentioned date the ex-,
acutors, John   Hen Ir     md    Jottn   B
���  .       I   tribute the
i   . imong   ':>��� ,in,'
;    .   ���        oavlng    regard
only to the claims el   < I    I    t-'V *^'-
-hen  Have a tflce,  an I thai   the said ,
. ,    ,-���    < a liable   for thi
its    -ii   part    ler   t ta an ���
.       i or    ��� -ins or whi  ���   ilai na no-
.    |D ::'   D ,:    !;.!.,'      "   ��� "    '"'I   '��'
hem at the time of sui b  I itri lutlmv.
BATED   il   X-"V  1 '; ���""l"''  '    ,his
8th day 'if N'ovem'iei-. Ifl07
MVitfiN  ft McQUARRTJ-i
tottcltots    for    Joan  Hendry and
John B. JarrHne, exaautors of the
laid  Estate.
t
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New Westminster
tlie
their lunt'i'i'ii-i. "HeTecome
eye!" was the natural cry.
This  was  contracted   to  "bull,"
and the appellation still sticks.
Take the word "toy." which thieves
use as the slang term for a watch.
Years ago only the very rich COIlld
afford a Watch bec_tWe Of the expense, and those who could not own
a Watch and therefore did not realize their usefulness called them
"toys," as the rich were not supposed to p irehase anything useful.
The word "B'Me," to distinguish
a pocketbook, comes from the fact
that the Bible is the most respected
of all books, nnd as thieves respect
a well filled pocketbook above all
things they designate it as a "Bible." So it is with most of the
words.
American thieves are constantly
inventing new slang terms and
abandoning old expressions. Many
cant. Wofds have been adopted as
good F.nglish. They often have a
pat quality that appeals to the mind
and by const; nt usage are coined
into the language of the realm.���
Chicaj_x> Tribune.
Il�� lots IT and 48, block 2, sUbdh
nf lot 80S, group i. New Westmii
ster diqtiJ't   | I'nn   Moody i.
Whereas proof of the loss of eertlfl
ohte of title flumbi r B290A, Issued In
the name of ".'   Norman   Sole,   has
been Bled in thla offli
Notice is hereby given that '  ;
at the expiration of one month troni the
date   Of   the   first   publieatiotj heteof,
issue a duplicate  of the  said  eertiB-
eate, unless in the meahtitne valid ow-
jeOtkrh he made I" hip In Writing
C. S. KKITH
District Registrar of " ;'    -
Land  Registry  Office,   New Wsstmlt
ster, B. C, January 8. 1908.
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Trains & Steamers
Leaves Dally
N'EW     WESTMNSTER
Arrives
"3i00
9:55
Dailj
9:20   am
4:35    p m
Blaine, Bellingham, ::iurltngton, Mr.
Vernon,  Everett, Seattle, Portland
p m
P m
4:36   p m
Spokane.St.Paul.an'.  ill points Eas
3:00
p m
9:20   a m
3:00   p m
9:35    p m
Anaeovtes,  Woolley   Roclcpor*.
Vancouver
.1:00
9. 2d
p m
a m
p m
U:10 a m
"The Owl,"  between Seattle, New
Westminster & int." r.ediaie points
8-:28
a m
%!
Leave   New Westminster  tor Gnlclton    3:50  p.m.      Arrive
Gulchon il p. m��� Sfonday, Wednesday, Fi-i.iav
S:t5   i. m. arrive from   luichon; :i:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancovrver.
ROCTE  OF THE  FAMOl'Si  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trains 2
Spin, i,ie  St Paul, MannnapoIlB,     nntfeeg, Duln ���-���    SW,
Lou:.     md     "II    .joints    East.
:omplete information, rates   iev"i   ��� ssiin i ������ I   e
nn "��� I'lrtress,
i"   I". MEYERS, Agent
Phone   134. NEW  WESTMIN3TER.  S. C.
h. ,t. An.v.vis. ,\ss>. Traffic Wgr.
Being Street,     don  Station,   Seal '
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Jnlm H Rushton as the owner in fee simple, nn__f
a tax sule deed from the may >r and
treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to John B. Rtisli'on, bearing
date the 27th day of September, A. D.
1902, of ail and Singular that eertal i
parcel or tract of land an 1 pr��m 'ir-s
situate, lying and being in the 'Vy of
New Westminster, in th^ Province ot
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lot one of the
northeast half of lot 26, IjIock 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 r shall
register John R. Rushton as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspajier published at New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 28t_ day of December,
AD. 1907.
C. S. KEITK.
District Registnr.
To Thomas Mowatt., Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them   and   all   persona  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, Whose fltle    is
not registered under the provisions of
, the "Land Registry Act," shall be for-
Wustminster  5.50,  8.50,  1   eve��� egtopped and debarred from se'-
and every half hour there-   flil_ 1]p .,���., ,,la)m to or |n WSI,,c; of
the said land so sold for taxes aa provided  by the "Land  Registry   __
:35,
10:25,
121'v
C.P.R,   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
12:+:.,  16: SO, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V..   W.   ft   Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. na.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
r,.  N.  R.��� PORT fUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
I arrive Guichon 6 pm.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8::!0 a. ni-
Monda.vs, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B.  C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.   New
and 8 a. m.
lifter till V o. m.
Lv.   Vancouver  for  Westminster  ai
��nme heurs
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
LAND   UEGI3TRY   ACT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Canadian Pacific
rand Trunk Rv.!   railway company
L "* .��� ___���!      l__l    *    \t I
*w!lent Train Service Between
��cago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
[ontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
THE 3CENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, runnim? through Brst class
sleepers, tourist, and dining curs loaves
daily at, :l: 15; mattes alOW connections for all Kootenay points and alwi
St. Paul. Chicago and other
States points.
United
i    the principal business centers of j
FARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-!
TIME PROVINCES.
BO  tn
"'ADF.I.PHIA, v,i  Ni^ara  Falls
"or Tim- Tables, ate., adoress
GEO. w. VAOX,
SentSM P*sT^/,.(ind Ticket
c. lw Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Agent.
Of to E. J, COYLE,
Asst.' Genl. Pass.
ED. GOULET,
New Westminster
Agt.. Vancouver.
R. MILES & CO.
Re   Inf.   in.   block    I .   lols   in and   23,
block 2;   lol  8, block '.'���:   lets 5 and
is, block I; lots B and -i. block 5;
lots B and IS, block 8{  lots  13 and
'Jii.   block   .;   lota  ll  and   Ui.   bloc:;
s; lots I and \7. block !l; lots 12 and
_5,   lilock   U)|   lots  7 and   20,  blork
11;   lots   I   and  26,  '.dock   12;   lot  7. j
block M:  iois 1. 2. ::. 4, 5) IS) 20. 21.:
_2 and 21!. block 17;  lots I, 2. 3. 4. Eft j
10,  11.  12.  13.  IS,  10, 20, 21, 22.  27.
_S, 20 anil 30, block  111;   of lot 2-7.;
G.  1, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certltl-.
cate of tlt��3 number \1033A, issued  in
the name oi Willlnm C. Mltcnell, has
bwn filed in this office.
Jvotlce is hereby given that I shall,
a* tho axplratlon of one month from
too date of the first publication hereof,
Issue a duplicate of the said certltl-
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson S ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
cato. unless In the meantime valid ob
BUFFALO, NEW YORK and \ PfumbfTS  GaS and   Hot WatW fitters, Pt.; j(0tlon tie made to me in writing.
Repairs of all kinds irivnn special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charts. Phon*)  A 377
Front St. N��w W����tmln��t��r
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 11, 1908,
Ro  nort.least   half of lol   -      lock 25
New  Wcstmins' - I
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number   I086A, issue! in
tim name of Emily Moore Dom'.ny, has   Northern.Northern Pac'fic and O. R,
been filed In this office & N. Co.
N'otice is hereby given that I shall.      Connects at Rossland *-ith the Can-
at the expiration of one month from   ��dian   Pacific   Railway  for  Boundary
the dnte 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 4th, 1907.
TAKE! notice that application ins
i ecu made to register Margaret Doi>
; ble as th.> owner in Fee Simple, und^r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
! to Margaret Dobble, hearing date the
Ph<   only  all   rail   route  between   all    1-t ''ay of December, A. D.  1802,  of
^omts east, west and south to Ross-   all and singular that, certain parcel or
land. Nelson and intermediate points    tract of land and premises situate, ly-
oiinecting at Spokane with the Great   ing and being In the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British  Columbia.more particularly known
and described as Lots 18 to 25, inclu-
Creek point- I 8lve'  BlocK 4-  belnS Parts  of south-
Connects at    Meyers    Fall*    with! west of Section 2, Township 16.
stage ��*.ily for Republic. You and each of you are required
Buffet   service  on  trains   between  to contest the claim of the tax pur-
Spokane and Nelson. chaser within forty-five days from the
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
itock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2G98. ?. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St,,
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  Messrs. Samuel May ft
Co., Toronto.
Effective
1001.
Leave
0.20 a.m.
ta.25 P-m.
a.40 a.m.
Sunday,   November   to,
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane ...-7IS P-��-
..Rossland ���410 p.m.
...Nelson 6.4. P��.
H. A. JACKSON.
Opera louse Bookings.
Devil's Auction   J��". 21
Kerry  Gow    Feb. 25
Dream City   Mar.   2
Sis in New York  '��� April 1
The Burgomaster    April 8
A College Boy   May 27
date of the first publication ot this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobbie as owner
thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry offlc*
New Westminster, Province of Brit*
ish Columbia, this 29th day of August,
A. D. 1907.
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Esq.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY.
JAN. 18,
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School Supplies
Office Supplies
Tide Tables, 1908
Diaries, 1908
AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Coluirbia St.
 ��
FRESH
EGGS
40c per doz.
���
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
VERY PROSPEROUS
w^JTCJlENlCPI10riY
Record Established in Work
Done During Pa<: Year���
Sessional Report.
,CCC3 PAKDIG
J   U5_TH_
PREMIER
(TREASURE
^EEifWICE
Creamery I
Butter
35c per lb. I
For Your Chick's
l-IEALTM
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
ColuT>b a St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
t--        ADVERTISE      "M
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your  Bl'SINES?.
Hungarian
Flour
$1.75 a sack
Best Navel
Oranges
25c a doz.
CAM
The People's Grocer
Thr annual meeting of St. Andrew's
-. s h.-ld in the Its������
room   of   the   churc:   on   \V< d.iii--
ug. There was ��� large att -:i I-
ance of members, an i adh.re-.u- and
heart) Interest was taktn in the de-
liberatlona of the evening. After d -
votional exercists T. J. Trapp was
voted to the chair. S. Malcolm^ in
acted as secretary.
The report of the session congratulated the congregation on the progress made during the year, commend
ed U.e various organizations for the
fidelity with which they pursued th. ir
I sen ral lines of work, an 1 urged on
a'l tne members activ, co-operation in
^ the work of the church.
The report  showed  that     forty-t\\v
{ .additions were made to the membership   during   the   year,    the present
membership being 222.    The    session
��a. askenl to have the report printed
I  sent to every family in the con-
��� - uion. Including other matters
:nat come before the meeting.
Vne year's work among the young
I'.opte in the Sabbath school. Bi le
class. Young People's society and mis
si hand was specially gr.u::';. og
Each  reported increase in    member-
I
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster.   B.   C.
CHURCH  SERVICES.
Queen's Avenue Methodist.
Here's Your Opportunity
$4200 buys a fine two storey. 10-roomed dwelling in the heart of resl-
��� nt al N> w Westminster.   The house is beautifully finished inside and out-
���   -.:. I well built.    It is up-to-date in every respect.
Two large lots go with the house; one having garden and considerable
-������ and small fruit, the other Is in lawn.
To the right party ;,uying. we can deliver on payment of (200 and the
usual costs incidental, and  no other payment will  be required for about a
year.    Tbe total price is $4200, and ine   house  is   at   present   rented   for
$2'..00 iier month.
DOESN'T THAT LOOK GOOD TO YOU ?
Malins, Coulthard & Co. i*
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Pickard   China    |
          Sole {
��� Agents for the  Pickard  Hsnd Painted CHINA In New Westminster. ���
��� Every  piece guaranteed    hand-painted.      Also   a   line   of   the    est ���
a   Limoges China.
���
���
Call and examine our stock of the Pickard  China.      We  v
Agents for the Pickard  Hand Painted CHiNA In New Westminster
.  in  contributions,    and    in    the
work ?crumnUs_ed.    To tnem is due
: Hrgely the 'mprovexnents made in the
, lecture :.un.
The Women's association has had a
! record year.    There has been a large _________________________________________________i
] accession to their    membership   and Rev. \Y. H. Barraclough. B. A., pas-
thejr raised during the year the hand- tor.    Regular services ai 11 a.m. an I
1 some sum of $911.63. Messrs. Peebles. 7 p.m., Sunday school and Bible class
Sinclair, Gray and others voiced the at 2:30 pun.   kev. T. Wardlaw Taylor,
sentiments  of  the    congregation    in D.D.. of the West Presbyterian chuich,
' words of appreciation of the splendid will exchange pulpits with the pastor
work done by the ladles, in tne morning    The evening service
The   Women's   Missionary   socie:;. wii! be conducted by Mr. Barraclough.
i has also increased in membership and St   Andrev,-S presbyterian.
! nearlv doubled their cont::btuions tn _        ,    _    ..                                ~
.    . Rev.  J.   S.   Henderson,   pastor.   Ser-
i missions.    A graufvms Increase was .            ..               , _            ...
.   .      __        .    .            ,, vices at 11 a.m. and i  p.m.   Mornini;
reported   by   the   mission    collectors. . .             ���
_,.                                                        . suoject.   "The Lion   and  the   Mouse.
The total  amount  given   to  missions _                            .��_-.!_         .
_.__,_. Evening.   "Crowning  the   Rieht.    the
! this year   .emg   $439.80,  an   increase ________
,                   , ������..��_�� Death of the Wrong.
; over last year of $1.2.b0.
The treasurer's  report    showed    a Olivet Baptist.
substantial increase in the    ordinary Rev. M. L. Rugg. D.D.. pastor. Ber
revenue of the congregation. $3344.-6 vices   at   the   usual  hours.     Mornine
being the amount received, which, af- subject. "The Mission of Faith." Even-
ter deducting expenditure    leaves    a ine   "Following the Star."
balance  of  $15.35~on the  right  si ie. '���=��� -     - Base-
The total revenue from al! sources for
the vear was S4"'tJ9.77. __!
By a unanimous and hearty vote the j ,r,tl,h Columbia Coast Lin.
I Service.
congregation decided  to  increa.-e the I 	
pastor's salary $100, making it $1500, TIMI" T/1RI F
a manse and a month's ���olidays.   Mr. I IrVlC   I 'X-SLC
Henderson thanked tie    congregation I B- c- Coa,t Line Service.
fur  this, another of many  marks    ofjsKAGWAY. JUNEAU. PT. SIMPSON
kindness  shown    himself    and    Mrs.] PRINCE RUPERT. Etc.
Henderson  since  he  began  his  M-..rk'
here.
Messrs.  T.  Peebles, J. D.  Ker.r.edy|
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
S.S   Pr,ncess  May.
Leaves Vancouver S p. m. on follow
______^______________________, 'ing dates:
I. Hudson were elected to 011   he  jan_ ��&._   i,v. Victoria 11  nm   Tan   o.
| W. C. CHAMBER LIN, TJ_____!_r.
���	
Agent Hamilton Watches
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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
place of the retiring managers.
The mari-sers have under way . retain improvements which will no; be
completed until about the firs: of
February. 1.,- work will entail con-
si ierable expense, but the cor.: on
of the property, and the require.-:
of a rapidly growing congregation demands the outlay.
With the spirit of unity an'.
interest that exists a rapidly gro    ng
membership, and steadily    ir.< n
revenue, the future outlook of th.-    itt-
gregation   is  mest   ho- eful   and   -he
year is entered with fresh C"
Lv. Victoria 11 p.m   Jan. 24
Applications Wanted
Fe_   9
Feb. 24
Lv, Victoria 11 p.m. Feb.   S
Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. 24
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
S S    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m daily;
arrives at Victoria C:;'.o p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily: arrives Vancouver S a. m.
VICTORIA-'SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m- daily except Monday:    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m daily except Monday.
leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily exit*;; Mtit,.! .;.":rw-s Victoria " am.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    P    Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday,  Saturday,
a.m-
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 am
���~  -.' - -��� 'c-v'--';~'   .--���-.- W~>'_-4.M-
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE  EVERY  HALF HOUR
FROM-
-S  A. M.    TO    11   P.M
-As Usual  !
'Applications will .   red by the'
undersigned up to 3 ; .::.. of Monday,
the 20th inst., for the posi .. i ol
plumbing inspector for this city. '
Applicants must be properly quail-
fled plumliers, and state salary re-
1uire<1- WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
W. A. DDNCAN, SS- Tee.
rlt_ ������,   . , ,       City C:";"'      Leave* Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
Ot)  HaL. January 14. 1 ��� v of each month f     Ctoyoo^ Mosqul-
ln the Home
Nothing protects the home from
disaster and makes your loved ones
safe from the struggles of povertv
like
LIFE   INSURANCE.
Take ont a policy now, tomorrow
may be too late We re; resent the
time tried
SUN   LIFE   ASSURANCE   COMPANY
OF CANADA.
Leave your name at the office and
our representative will call "on you
and explain our n.-w policy plan
F.J. HART & CO.
Money Saving
Opportunities
DURING
OUR
January
Sale
Our sale is one which gives you everything at a reduction as we
advertise: as stocktaking progresses more odd lines an- cast ou(
from the regular stock. You can buy these at big re lucl Watch
every advertisement.
Ladies' Silk Blouses, regular $6, now $3.95
Eight only. la.lie.-' Silk Blouses, white only: sizes 84, ��� ��� Rem.
lar value- $5.00 to $0.00.   Sale price, each     $3.95
Silk Blouses, regular $4.75, now $2.95
Fifteen only, white, cream and black Silk Blouses, all sizes, Regular prices $3.50 to $4.75;  sale price, eacrh  $2.95
Great Underwear Values!
Ladies' Vests and Drawers, regular 35c, now 25c
Ten dozen ladies, misses' and children's I'ndervests and Drawers
in all size-s; the children's styles are ln grey only; ladies styles in
white or grey.    Regular values o,>c;   sale price,  per garment   ....25c
30 only, Ladies' and Misses' Coals
95c each
Dozens of these coast hav '"-en sold during the last ten d : s, aad
we expect to clear out the balance in a few days. We have still all
sizes left.    Regular values $6.00 to $15.00; 6ale price, each    .     - 95c
Hundreds of Remnants of Dress Goods
Great opi>ortunity to buy short lengths of seasonable dress goods
at reductions of from 25 to 50 i>er cent. Among the ends are length;
sufficient for children's school dresses, coats and ladies' skirt- Ixnjk
through the many . nds, you can find  some  useful  at  little cost
50 dozen Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
25c per pair
A special lot of fine ribbed hosiery   all    wool   and   unio i   make)
sizes from 4,/6 inch to 9V_ inch, has been put out on the barg dn
for our big sale.    Regular values 30c to 40c per pair; sale pric. :<���'���
pair 25c
Girls' and Boys' Norfolk Jerseys, regular $1.75,
Now $1.00
Sizes for children from 4 to i2 years; made with laced collar ��
with high or low neckband; colors, navy, cardinal and white. Regular values $1.75; sale price .. ���   - .|W
W. S. COLUSTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
POLICY
New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
to Harbor and way ports; Tth of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Aheuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. fi- Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1.30 p m- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday-
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER ROUTE
6. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 5 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Tridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
UP RJVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th.. Sa*. H a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Frt.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves   New  Wesmlnster  daily  except Sunday at 2 p.m.. with additional
trip Monday al 6 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Batnrdaj
at 7 a. ro.; Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and Wi
from Vancouver at S p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling ��'
Skldegate on first trip and Bel'a CooU
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p. ni- every ToeBWi
from Vancouver 9 a. m. every W*
nesday. Returning arrives al Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Vict*���
Monday  morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAlMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE,
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
11 avea Victoria Tuesday 7 a.ra,
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 P-
arrlvee Victoria 9 p, tn.
BI"
alien
Fcr   reservations   and   Inform;
call cr address
ST) OOBX.ET.
Asent.  N'ew  WestRiiM'U1'
E. J. CUV1 r,
*��eL Gen. Pass  Agent. Vancouver-
J. W. TROTTF
UuuenJ Superintendent. VU'��r*

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