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 White, Shiles & Co.
FiRE INSURANCE
MEti VI ESTMINSTER, B. C
*   - -        White, Shiles & Co
2fi >** REAL ESTATE
S__-TORlA, _"
Columbia St.
Phone 85
NUMBER  21
���*'��;...
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.    TUES1
MORNING.     JAMARY    28. 1908.
^��*rv
ER  WEEK.
-.
IU- Of CITY PARKS I
SOON 10 BE RECEIVED
GAS PROPOSITION
AGAIN IN fRONT
I   BUff DOfS        IMPUOMNT RESOLUTION HAS BEtN POSTPONED
DAMAGE IN CHICAGO   ^^^^^^^^
ion. F. J. Fulton, Provincial Minuter of Lands and Works,
Writes to Council Respecting Proposed Improvements
...Many Reports Received-Invited to Rossland.
  w: ���'��� Whiteside, of the    firm    oi
Whites ..,  <t : i   barristers, aet-
slaie was  no,  a burden-   Tl ...   received  to  bi   pub- P8 on   *haM of ����� firm who dertre to
���   list night, and the worthy manner, man-fact    ,  g - .:, the city, last , von
umen left for their homes at the :'-''   report .       |    '������- a ed to press their claim, be-
'   ������':'"r ;" ,h" "neof   t.'.      ��� council 8,ttmg te f,,m.
v,a,w maln l0 ;1' of th,   whole,    u.   Whiteside
n< " :'" '   ongh the land leasi . waitesi*
before ihe council and all were   ��� the provincial gov   !    sire4 to know what tne councfl was
Plant Proposed by Whitesidte Fireman  Killed,   Score   of
ti: Edmonds'Clients would , Injured���Portland
Cost $35,000. Business District Mer.
I nforms Oliver That Deputation from Delta wait-
Terms of Latter's Motion     Upon Goverment to Solicit
e Been Forwarded to
Lieutenant Governor.
reman
.f  the general     routine    nature
:   by    formally    referring' eminent, had been satisfactorily   ar-
. to the various committees
-_____________^^^^^^^^H��ayor
B   C, .Ian. 27.���(Special.)
-Principally routine work wa.
Aid in Building, Westham
Island Bridge.
Vi. to       J-B   :        li  has leaked out
that  Mr   Lindsay,   managing dir..
uammmmmmm-Bmm-BBa-BBBmmtBmMMMMMMM3MMMmMMMmt*mm^^^^^B^mmmmm*\ ' X,M .'
pos< havi   been  k:.hd. more than   flw   H<  I8��  todav. a. large amount    of        _. ,.      _  , �����
making   a    Lig   fight    in   tbe   fo-bj
",l,r:>  "**   W^'1 &��  transacted     Owing  to ih,- ^j.^,  lh(    .,,_,.,,      ...      a-
I ������   -       valned at hell a million w*t -.   ,,[ ,i. h. Hawthornthwarte, ol coal   bax     The oompanj     .....    .
destr   ��� : In a  :  i   wl . . At sat.-.      v..   . .   hit  impeachment  resolution can    escape   on    legal grounds   the
I .:   building   a     van    ston     wa,    ���     resented to the Hon*   b_1 royalty of five cents   which    It   has
..ling, and the h. . I FN.-, ne,     ��� t��My   COBM   up   to.,,.. ,-��� �� hitherto paid And  does not look  With
When  the hill enahline the cover*, favor on the attempt of tbe    govern
It       .    > street eartj   todaj                   "nen uie 0U1 enanim* 'np f-o\cm ��� ...
ent  to discriminate in the ai essing mrnt   t0  P"*   matters  exactly   where
|   The fire broke out in the basement! _f ^.^ WM pre8e-ted| j. A. M(BC. they were by raising tbe tax from five
for   :   '-' ���   -   Ian having express-   Kear3 replied by asking what the gas I of the   Mayer building and spread so1 _' """"V" "��� '"c
gjedhls willingness to permit the laying | company was prepared to do, nnd ^rapidl;   that   when   th,   :���,   , ^\t IT"   ��'
the    oppoi     on
to ten cents.
.__.���-�� v_ p-iu_.i in. iw.>i"6 I ������f���* -�����- ^��-_.-'ca iw uu, Him mc i i-ij.ui..   uuil   ��ueu   u-e ur-v  ceiacji-  spoke at some length, he object A deputation from Del'a. headed ly
_____��� of ��� -Jperty, pr. ;���,.,    --,���;.,  .   .,l   i.f  gat   !��.: ���'   arrived,     the .  acing of that power in the h-oids Keevr    Paterson,    t.-da-     risked    the
received  from tbe chief com-   vidin- that the ground be again level    lighting purposes would  have on the| huilding  ��es in    flames.    A    st - . the    lientSBanl governoNn-conneil, government to build a bridge from ihe
'"" north wind  swept   the  flames   to thei,!r-^n8 1<hat this ^'v'']^ be vested in mainland to Westham island in place
the House. of the ferry; service for which an ap
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jusioner of lands and works at Vic-' led to its former condition and    that
M^fl   ,. F. J. Fulton. i..<
��� e city parka will shortly be.    Tn�� . , for t]l
ansl^rred to the corporation
- ecti le light
'. Whiteside answered   that    the, Adjacent hotel building and in a :  r-
.lohn Oliver, Delta, bad the sfltisiac' propriation was made last year.* The
In hlslyeat      �� read -md referred partly to   corjl'an-v *'��* n^> t0 S�� ahea<J with j "'"���'���'���               ructure wai   .         ing  ,.__ of )loarin_ from 1h- prmier ,ha1 bridKe wouW -ogt alwil(  $15,000. the
r Mr   Fulton inquires  how    then,.. tee and partly to  W��rk lmmedtetelr; M " re��ulr���d WM f"rni alls and roofs oi  nnl-gov-me.     ha.l     1 ,,.��� munloipality promising to Var the ex-
,posed  would   .affect   th.   .-                            The num er                          way ��n ,!:o <*ty streets   tor f,                                *-T\ '     "nted   vini  ,!,,>  tems ,lf poriSo of maintenance.    The  govern-
. now occupied by the New  new consumers fo r the past vear was |,ile laying of pipes'   Ho did not ^n-1 later, carrying down with t_em��nj��.i , motion  prewsftte<,   ,     Mr   0]Iver ment  promi**&  favorable    consider.
^^���nb,    which    ^mmmmi2^0 an��� the :,;,(|^^^B consumers
ol   being  safeguarded  in    the j to   date  1218.     Thi eviewc I
ent   of its  privileges, ani   he   the progress in th, 1   ment during
-   wished to know if the city   thi -       ���    d that the re-
willing to give an undertak-   port
thai effect befori   ��� ie final dis-      The U):ud of  w.;r;,s  submitted    a
The communica
In w.as referred to the parks com-
_-k-H report  on the communication  from
tation was read from Mayor [the Settlers' association of 13. C. re-
pDonald, of Rossland, to the mayor
- would j tire com .any of firemen.    All except   f^ afl pa.iors  -e]ating'(0 1hp   ,,,sal. tion,    Thp _.putation also asked for
interfere with  the  city  electric  light; one. .lames Mullagher, on truck com-   ,owflnce of 1h.  Xatfl, S(,r    An.,   ,,.���, ,n  appropriation in aid of the  Delia
premier had given this assurance, the dyking scheme, particularly that, part
��� 0   was   si,-xid   o\,     until   tomor- exposed  Ui the gulf.    This  will  also
tow. be favorably considered.
lengthy report on a number of mat-
plant. ' pany No. 1, were rescued.    His body
Aid. Jardine expressed himself    in I is believed t��    -   in the ruin-;
allowing  fin ' companj     to     Adjoining the burning structun    on
com<   in.   Aid. Gray stated that    thi   th<   ...      s tin     irtiallj cos-piete six-
peopli   who were burning gaavdid not   '"" stor y building ol the Corn Ex
viaI H thing towards the cost of the change bank,
ters not of general Interest, except for  gtree, ,lghts  whik, being eQuaj,y ben
htted. rtland, Me., Jan. 27.���A fire wh'cb
,    Mr. Whiteside read a motion which   several times threatened seriously to
,-ardJng the condition of lot 29, bloch   ;.,   lesJred Uw( the oou-ci] u, pafia lo  W|P,  out the business district of this
ncil of this city to attend the,6>  corner    of Queen's    avenue    and   lhe effect that (h(? ^ wm ap. | city and which c
BRUNETTE IS SEEKING   CCI AN' HA'E A BIA'W
RESCINDING Of ORDER     WI'US HOOCH AY!
annual   winter   carnival    in I Twelfth street.    The  committee  sug-j
be held from February 1! e<.?t.-d representations be   mad.-   to
The invitation  was accepted. J ae company with a view to having j
I
r and all the aldermen who
'1 attend.
Naomi Rolpb  wrote  asking if
lld be willing to contribute
it in the new children's ward    in
Columbian hospital, for use
i   whose parents  would    be
Mi   to  pay   tlie   expenses^ _Tbo
t... suggested that    the    cot    be
'Centennial cot.''   The let-
was referred to the finance com-
b ���   for report
Be hononary secretary of the On-
of ll. C. Municipalities wrote ask-
city send It3 full repre-
atotion to th(> annua] meeting at   dll,ies ,���
prove of the establishment    of
othei   .b  works  In  the    city
authorizing  the  su'.miss.on  of a   by
the property filled up to the level of  Iaw u, the  ratepavers  provlding io,
the surrounding  streets,  pointing out   ���,_ ,aving Q{ pj.u,s through th_ .,ty
that the value of the property would
be greatly enhanced thereby.
over J^oo.ooo before it was   m:ii   r���.������__,     T\     1 n __________________________________________���
and! finally controlled, was  keM confined Alul Uwn��>��   Declare  Run- 1 a\ .U\ih u of Clansmen Drew
ning of V. W. & Y. Line!    Many to Scotch  Concert
in Yards Unreasonable.
almo on Wednesday, February 26.
���vas also  requested   that the city
copies of any amendments they
|red made to the municipal Clauds
A special fare will be giv< 11    to
'' -  and their wives.
Union Wages Wanted.
Pe secretary of the Carpenters' un-
suiting  that   a   report   was
at thai the city  was employing
I - on a shed  for the  water-
|ks department at a rate telow the
scale.    He  desired   to  know   if
���orl  was correct.    Referred to
w Her committee for report.
A Site Wanted.
n   McNeil and Bird, on behalf
'- Vulcan Iron Works, stated that
had   purchased     that     business,
having sold the site on which It
s'"i'ls, they desired to local, 1 in
Immediate future on some   other
For this reason the com-
����  made application   to   pur-
"   35 on Lulu Island, 3.99 acres
" bridge.    There had been talk
property  being reserved for ii
-'���''���������     They   thought   l.'uil      It
'"' In  the interests of the city
the  property  used   lor uianii-
;.-'     purposes,     (-specially       as j
frontage was necessary.     T_.e|
to the block in which it Started thi -
morning, after almost ten hours' fighting  by  Portland's almost    exhaust   1
Aid. Jardine stated  that  for    some j Bremen, aided by men and apparatus
I time  he  had  been  thinking  that    Itpfrom several outside cities and favor ... -  .,  ���  .,
The  Are  committee reported    that   flight be well for the city to take over' ed by a light rain and shlftu of wind      uuawa-   ���la��- 2,.���Two   \ aneouve. (* * * #
thej recommended the granUng of the  the present  gas plant una    generaw     The fire started from an unknown  oasi>s wer�� beforejthe nallway  com
request of the Imperial Oil company   their own electric  power,  they  only]  auseHn 1*10   wholesale    dry    goods  mls-loa today,    One was    e  consent
bo store lubricating oil,   grease   and   owning the fittings at present. house of MIHIken,   Cousins    &    Co., judgment given In the matter ot the
candles at their warehouse at the foot      i; waa jointed out that the cost nl   which is ,1 brunch of the lame   N. w  extension of th
of  Twelfth   street,  but   not    gasoline.   _ew machinery in such a oase  wonl I   York    wholesale    house    of    Deerlng,   bran<,h  to  Fa]s0   orGek
naphtha or illuminating   oil.   Report   be about $35,000 and tue] would oobi   Milliken fi Co., and it  was in their
adopted. $i_.  yearly.   Mayor Kearj thought  halt of the building that the greater, .
The health oommlttee recommended   that  the amount paid  for   the    fuel   part of the loss was sustained.   Later,  side the railway .���id to build Us line! 5��" o giartous Ra.ibie Burns,
the appointment of J. H. Mahony as   would almost    compensate    for    th,   when the fire was thought to be under  through the lumber company's yards,
plumbing inspector at $125 per month,  amount  at   present   paid   tor  power,  control, the other halt of the build-     The other application was from the
commence on   February    1. j adding that the city had now tho best   ing,  occupied   by  A,  P.  Cox   ,t  Son
v., w. & Y. proposed
      empowering
the city to construct a roadway along-
Last Night���"Vera Guid"
���Z Tho'   far   frae   Scotia's   woods
# and braes,
-1!= Tho' years have   dimmed   our
w boyhood's days;
���:.':��� We'll yield to nane in singing
it praise
Hf -k # =!;-
Report adopted. lighting system on the coast.
On recommendation of the   police,    m,-.   Whiteside,   in   reply   to   the
committee,   the   account   of   J.   M. mayor, stated that he was in a post-
Aitcheson  for $L".t  was  ordered  to  ie Iioil U) giv,, bona n_ea ,.,,,.,,  ,iK,    pro
paid. position  would go  through  if  author
Verbal Reports. iZed.    Should  the city  desire to t ilo	
Aid.  Gray  reported    thai    Captain owr either the present  plant or the   the seem- of Friday's great cuidagra
' Brunette Lumber company for a varia
tion of the board's former order which
W.  &  V.  to bit1 Id
was Invaded by the flames, which had
made their way through the roof and
a wall simultaneously, and the $260,-  empowered the V
000 stock of boots   Hind    sho<>��    was Its line through the company's y.r.dH.
ruined. The latter claims their cons >fi|   to
The   fire  burned   within  a   block  of;,his  gU-   was  ���,,rili11ed  through   mis-
representations,  and   that   they   weie
mining such   action).    There    woul-1   bull,lings were destroyed.   A renw--|
also be other industries in connection   able feature Of (he tiro wiEui the entire  "" option but to agree to the railway's
demands.   Through Travels howls, K
H j C,  they  applied  for a rescinding of
Kvery number encored,- thunderous
applause following each selection, and
a wildly enthusiastic reception accord
ed to the extra-Scotch numbers, this
was the triumph scored l)y the artistes
at Ihe Scottish concert given in the.
opera     house      yesterday      evening.
Twenty-one numbers were on tbe pro-
i grain, and to attempt to eulogize each
separately would merely mean lavish-
Rogers, of the suction dredge   King I proposed plant they had a by-law per- tion,  when  the city hall  and  polioel
Edward, had stated that he would be mlttln- such   action.    There    would buildings were destroyed.   A remark-1 under the tapnwslmi thai they    had I
ready to commence work on the tilling in of the vacant   lots in  the krW j wjtl, ,ll(, ,,],;,���(.    Tbe people whom _te absence of casualties.
portion of the city   on  Wednesday, represented would be In the city, he 	
Permission had been obtained to carry  expected, in about two weeks! Jack London Safe.                  j the former order on the ground that1 meant "excellent"
the pipes across the intervening pro-j     0n motion of AW. Cray the matter'     San  Francisco, Jan. 86.-~J_Ck Lon    the running of the line through the!.      Among the  best selections of    the
perties and under the C. P. R. track. L^g  ]aili  over  ,]Ill(]  Friday  In order don and    wife   arrived   safely    from  lumber piles would subject litem    to'evening was the dancing of the Misses
The result would be beneficial to the that the aldermen  might  better    a,- Tahiti on the MftrtpOM today. He was I practically prflihi-ltiv* Insurance,   Mr. I]s(tale   wno  WPre    rMftUed    several
health of the city;  some of the pr_-|-uaint themselves with conditions a!- supposed to have perished In the loss  Joseph Martin,  K.  C, contra.    Judf- time*.    As a humorous reciter   J   B
Ing  upon  those   responsible  a  superfluity  of adjectives,  which,  analyzed,
perty owners affected had announced' fec,ed by the proposed agreement.       of his gasoline schooner,
their intentions of assisting the city j   	
in the matter by paying their Bhare of
Z�������Z����Z"�� Sr,T��� DIVORCED HUSBAND KEEPS   LACROSSE IN TACDHA
*r',:;:,::::::;:;:;;:,,, ,������   ex-wife .lose prisoned    possible next season
porary loan  of $75,279.80  in antloipa-   	
Hon of the revenues for the year 190S j
was   finally   passed   and   ordered     for
publication. __���
iiK'iit  was reserv<>d.
MILK ON THIS COAST IS
FAR FROM SATISFACTORY
Thompson made a strong hit, his
enunciation being almost perfect. W.
McC. O. Hobh's songs were well up to
the standard established by him in
pi, vious     performances,       "Sailor's
Hornpipe," by Mr. McKay, was perhaps the best footwork of the evening, while the Irish Jig which he
gave In response to an encore was but
Hoquiam,    Jan.     27.    Alter     being,    Tuconin, Jan.  -7.���There is talk oil    Vancouver, Jan.  27.- The  result M\
  locked up ln her home for two week,   reviving  lacrosse  In  this city.    The the examination or samples of milk hv1 little below It.   The remainder of the
The plumbers and plumbing regula-   *'"'   ,lu   '"'"Pany     but   that  or  her j members   of  ,|he   old   Taeonu,   i,,,,,, the federal    Inland   revenue   depart-! numbers  on   the  program 'were  well
Hon by-law was ordered to be publish- jthrw' *""'" ,'llll("-t'��- <l��nl��d the right which played In the league during the ment last Mason  has  been   received! rendered and  thoroughly  appretlated
ed and to come Into effect after pul.ll-, to haVe "lghbori call, hut  forced  to  1-01001 Of 1906 and   1806,  have   ,een by   the   local   health    officials.     The  by the large audience.
cation -       (1�� bidding of her  divorced bus   holding little IMllons at   which    the showing as far as llrltlsh Coluinhlii ^^
d tm ",l' ProPerty ^ ln-|     G_ ^ot, ydermen Henley and  band'  M,s'  "' B' HHCl(ett Wft8 today | matter has been talked over and they concerned Is fur from satisfactory.
.d In the by-law  authorizing the.__���     , ,    _   . ���   ,
, Shiles it  was resolved    to    call   for
tenders for crushed rock for the city.
Lulu Island lands,,   in    order
*e company might   be enabled
(cure the land at reasonable figure.
"'(l to the finance committee for
released by the local police and taken ! have  about  conclude,
to  Aberdeen,   where   she   will   reside  again,
with her relatives.
lo
organize!     Thirty samples were taken by    the
local    inspector,  twenty-seven    being
Under the-auspices of L. O. L 159i
on�� of the big social events of the
season will be given on  Friday  next
OPEN   SHOP  POLICY
I
AT GOLDFIELD, NEV.
������.-^^^^^^^^^M During the  two seasons the    local   rrom the dairies and vendors In Van-,,
Hackett recently sued for a divorce  bum played Interest In the game was couver and tinee from New WesttnlttH   , u��"'8G's  hall,   when    dancing
and the decree was no sooner granted  increasing with each game.   The fast,! ater. I wl]I ,>��� ,n fu" sw,nK from early In the
than he wanted his wife to remarry  gingery  sport developed   many    runs      of tne thirty samples only  sixteen  evf,"'"K "n,n we'l Into Saturday morn-
him.    She refused and  he has since  who liked the game even better than   werrl up to the required standard   an  ***' ArranKemen,s ,n connection with
���""������������������������������������-i-i-B_____i . I__.___.fc   __��� ���_��� __��� _��� ,     ,,,    1 f_ (     fn t_ 1 the program, the providing of refresh-
ia.seba.ll, and had the team not    dis   average of 53 per cent.   Toronto was-
the     Dominion
��� Goodwin wrote submitting an!        ,.
'"��� the  clearing of    Hamilton;    Goldfield, Nev., Jan. 27.-The 0��ld-jkept her lmpr,soned ln th{J hflUM un(]
' ihe same rate as he was do-, Held Mine Operator's association   last _-der thrc(lt of (leath foro0(1 h(i|. ,nm   WxmleA and th_  leftgue had reln.lln,,,|   the  only   (���gtl.|(.t |n
��<>rk of the new school site.      night abolished the card system which  making any  outcry  or    telling    the  intact, the organization would now Im-  which showed a lower percentage  Its   ���
ReP��rts- I required  all employees    to sign    an , neighbors. a strong one, and the   sport    In Ids'recording standing of 42 per cent  ' On ' the   enP,'K{',l!'    cOtomlltee    which   Is
^^^^^^^^     ^^^^^mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*^**m**m ,        .. __    looking after details, and  which
merits, etc.. are now completed,    and
the success of the event Is assured by
agreement    renouncing
the Western
The man is thought to be demented,   favor here. summing up the  results of  Ih
The lacrosse league was then made  son's work Is as follows:
.'���port of market  returns    M 	
"'    was    read,   showing   the, Federation of Miners and declared an I aa he has  been  guarding the hou
received to be��846.50.   The open shop    policy.    The    resolution  with a. gun.    The neighbors finally I up of teajni from    T-cOhia, Seattle,;    "It thus appears that the districts of
was filed for reference. ! adopted   staled   that   hereafter  appll-. reported the case to the authorities.    , Portland  and Everett, and    it is ex-j Toronto and  Vancouver    stand    out
'iwt or the city treasurer was  cants for employment "���shall only   be!  , __���       J ^^^^^^^^^^^^mmmm
'"'wing  the  receipts  and    (lis-' required   to   satisfy   the  secretary   ol" MAY ADMIT CATTLE in  again.    If it Is Impossible to    get
"nts for the year 1907. The re-   the  association  and   the employer of| FROM THE DOMINION   Portland,  perhaps  the  vacancy could
____________! l'p Riled with a team from Bellingham.
pected that all these cities would come I prominently aa those In    which    the
milk Is of very low quality."
London, Jan. 27.���The Canadian As-
'OW_d that the year opened with   their  competency  and   reliability."
��� of $1G,.2^.2I   in  th-.-  Bank of       This  jiction   was   determined   upon,	
I"'il to the city's credit. The dis-   it   Is   said,   because   the   agreement j sociated Press understands that   the1 Conscription In Australia.
lents during the year amounted   which the men wen- required to sign ' promoters of the movement for admit-1    Melbourne, Jan. 27.���Public opinion
I'..lOtiM. the receipts were $263,-; v>us  |n  conflict  with  the  statutes of ting Canadian cattle have   been   can- Is Increasing in favor of th- scheme
thus leaving the  city on De-  Nevada. ��� vasslng the members of the House of.of compulsory military service.    Em-
31.1907. with an overdraft at;     it  is  believed that   there are  rally; Commons   during   recess,   and   that; plovers dread the dislocation   "f   ,n'
or $6,415.08.    The chief rea-   __a thousand federation men in    the ] about 200 have promised their   sup-jdustry.   Premier Deakin will open the
slats of It. A. Stoney, chairman; J. J.
Randolph, secretary: E. W. Cook, J.
D. Hopkins, F. K. Johnstone, H.
Netherhy, W. Archibald, w. E. Johnson.    The floor committee    is    com-
In the entire Dominion M samples j ^wof AR���*: *��***��� 3' J' Rnn(,��'1,h
were taken of which 2S2 came up to, "* W"    _!___________
the standard, an average of
ir Tne Pn'ef rea-   0-1e thou^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� a  ^eflcit     was    the    large  eamp who will return lo work under
F' expended on  public    schools.   t)ie new ruling.
port.   A large number of the members j campaign for tlie defence scheme
will ballot for t-i bill on th2 subject ! February.
in
J   per
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London, Jan. 27.���Tlie medical
In-
submitted meeting the requirements.' apector   of   the   local    government
��� j board has recommended tbe prohlbi-
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on Saturday on a chnrge of gambling1 meats, on the ground that its u��.
failed to appear at the court yeiter-' eheoked admission might constitute a
day and forfeited the bonds, $30 each,  danger to. public health.
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THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, j .
THIRD BEACH
STRIKES AR
N'onie,    Jan.    27    Not r Ithst inding
all the ' thai    hav ���    been
n garding the end of the pay on'
the   Brst,   ���- bi ... -\   an I   thlt d  '���-
n ..- to be ma le. Every
week se s some new ii:-1 made an l
sine,, fall two miles ol the third beach
has :.'. en changed from prosp -1
ground to paying mines.
The theory is now advanced that
with nine, pay will le located for a
great distance east and perhaps many
miles west of Nome on the ancient
b< ..'li lines, There Is every reason
to believe with tin- many new claims
that, hav:- been opened Up and the en-
ergj displayed, in prospecting the vai
ions locations along these beach lines,
that mi. tor Beveral years will the full
extent of them be known, an ever Increasing output in the meantime being the reward for those who have
been willing to follow the suggestions
of the geologists who prophesied just
such flnds as have taken placj- this
fall.
Mining men are jubilant-and money
will pour into machinery to prospect
the he.,(lies  for many  miles east  and S
west, oT this  city.     Most   of  the   pay
however,  is  east   of .Nome.
Dad Murphy's Brevity.
Old Dad Murphy, as be was affectionately known to the boys on tbe
road, was a conductor on a trunk Hue
transporting large shipments of live
stock from the ^vest. Dad had been
in the service so long that the rules of
railroading had become second nature
to him, and the result of the superintendent's frequent orders to the trainmen to answer with military brevity
all questions and messages, especially
those by telegraph, to relieve the burden on the wires had reduced Dad to
habitually short, concise replies, even
to his conversation. On a baking hot
July ilny, when not a breath of air was
stirring and the sun beat on the car
roofs till the pitch pulled the soles off
the brakeman'a shoes, bad In looking
over tbe train discovered that eight
Uogs. had succumbed to the bent.
When passing the next telegraph station he threw off n message to the superintendent:
Burhans.   Supt.���Eight  bogs dead  acc't
boat, advise. MURPHY. No. 78.
At tbe second telegraph office he re
celved his answer:
Murphy, Condr. 78.���What is the present
condition of the hogs?   Ans. qk.
BURHANS.
Dad grunted, shifted bis quid of fine
cut nnd wrote ns follows:
Burhans, Supt.���Hogs still dead.
MURPHY, ���B.
���Judge's Library.
What Hs Lost.
A traveling man was leaning against
the counter ln the hotel gazing disconsolately at the floor.
"I/ise something?" queried the hotel
clerk.
A nod of the head answered.
"Was it very valuable?"
Twice with the nod.
"Sure you had It when you came In
here?"
A third nod. His face was growing
wistful.
"You should have put It lu the safe."
"Could not have done that very
well."
His voice quivered.
The clerk stretched his neck nnd
gasped, "Why, what was It';"
"It was," the traveling man began,
but he choked-"It was���my job."
"()h, pardon me n minute, the phone
Is ringing." And the clerk tiptoed softly away. A dismal stillness reigned.���
Rni Francisco Chronicle.
Fraunce's Tavern.
Pratmce's tavern in Now York is
to be made over into a headquarters
for the Sons of tho Revolution. The
two upper stories are to ho replaced
bv a mansard and the facades rebuilt in colonial style, with a porch I
on Pearl street and an ornamental
balcony in bronze. The Ion? room,
in which Washington made his farewell address lo his officer-, will be j
restored, and on the third fle-or will
be a museum of Washington relies
and other memorabilia of the Rev-
A Straight Tip.
fleck (who has already wearied the
guests with many songs)���Now I will
slug you one more song und then go
home. Lady-Pardon me, but do you
attach much Importance to the order (
of your programme?���Fllegende Blatter.  ^_
Cruel.
Maud (before the laughing hyenn'u
cage)-How provoking! Here we've
been twenty minutes, and the hyena
hnsn't laughed ince. Ella-Strange,
and lie's been eying your new hat too.
Reasonable.
His  Lordship��� Whatever could you
have  been  thinking of to steal  the
sheep?    The   Prisoner���I  dunno,   my
lord; I must ha* been woolgatherUi',
This Is Still the Cry at Our
reat Alteration Sho
We have from Seven to Ten Thousand Dollars Worth more Shoes than we really
need at this time of the year. They must be turned into cash during the next few
weeks. Hundreds of pairs have been thrown out on our Bargain Tables and are being
sold at exactly Factory Prices. Now, is the time to buy Shoes. A chance like this
does not strike the town every day.
Our staff was busy last evening getting things in readiness for a great day's business
to-day.   More Bargain Tables and more special lines have been brought out.
Just to Remind You of Some of Our Prices
We Quote the Following���
Children's $1        nl  51.25    Slippers for   50c
Children's $1.33 .md $1.50 Lace Boots sizes 3  to 7   1-2  for 95c
Children'- $1.6    ind $2.00 Lace Boots sizes S to 10 1-2. for $1.10
.Misses' Boots, our best $1.75 and 2.00 makes, sizes 11 to 2, tor $1.25
Women's Box Calf $2.50,  Lace Boots, sizes :i to 7, far $1-50
Women's $3.50 Fine Kid Lace Boots, sizes ll to 7, for $2.50
Women's $4.50 American Lace Boots, sizes 3 to 7, for $300
Women's  $5.00  American Patent Leather Boots, sizes 3 to 7, for $3.50
Men's Congr ss Boots, (Elastic Sides! $2.50 lines  for $1.25
Men's Medium Heavy Working Boots, our $2.50 lines for $1.50
Men's  Box  Calf Bluchers, our $4.50 lines for    $3.C0
Men's  Geo,  A. Slater's "Invictus Boots", our $5.50 lines for $4.25
'Men's Geo. A. Slater's "Invictus Patent Colt" Boots, $6.00 lines for .$4.00
Men's Strong Working Boots, our $4.00  lines  for    $2.50
Boys'
Boots
Boys' Boston Calf $2.50 Hoots,
size  1 tii 5,  for $1.50
Boys' Dongola Kid liluch- r Cut
Boots, with nickel eyelets,
our $2.25  line  for $1.50
Boys' Box Calf, heavy sol".
$2.25  Boots  for $1.50
Youths' Boots in the same
qualities as the Boys', sizis
ll to 13, regular $1.75 lines
for $1.25  a  pair
Can You Beat These Prices Anywhere?
We Say, Emphatically, NO!
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE-Remember, Every Shoe in our
store is brand new. We do not keep old stock. Everything
is fresh, clean and up-to-date from the factory.
a
Can You Afford To Pass Up This Great
Shoe Opportunity
HNSTON'S Big Shoe House
LIMITED
Sign of the Big Electric Boot       Look For the Big Yellow Signs New Westminster, B. C.
TRANSVAAL RECONSIDERS
ANTI-ASIATIC ATT.iUDE
Johannesburg, Jan, 27.���Tin. Transvaal baa decided to reconsider its attitude towards Asiatics with a vi-w to
finding a less objectionable registration system. It is understood that a
judicial investigation of the subject
will be Instituted pending which   all
prosecutions for violation of the pres-   Its history.    The chief shippers have  TREMENDOUS LOS8 ON
ent law will drop. I been     the     Vancouver,     Wakefield*
, | Hewitt and Standard.    The Aggregate
tonnage for the week is nearly   one
thousand tons.   The bulk of the shlp-
SILVERTON SHIPPING
NEW  ENGLAND COAST
wharves and a|��
wrought about the -���  ];.i
the east    shore    of the citf-   ^
houses and other waterfront P'
Nantucket, Mass, Jan. 27���No storm
tnousiiH- tuna,    i ne nniK or tne snip-
ZINC TO ANTWERP  ments are zinc ore for Antwerp.   The. ,tl the last flfly yoars has M,ist'd 80
Vancouver has  sent  several hundred' much damage on this island as   ttu
were swept away.   The
ls demoralized.    Dozens
flabJO-
0f   catb��_
and launches are piled up OH
Deep drifts of snow cover
Nelson,-   Jan. 27.���More   shipments tons forward, while the Wakefield has' bllz_ard which raged all  day  Friday  Island.   There has teen no
were made last week from  Bllverton made tentative shipments of  similar  and early Saturday.    Damage result-'
camp than at any similar period    in ore to the same place. ing ln thousands of dollars' loss was
the eof.
com
mui
cation  with  Slascons.t   for
days.
p m jESDAY. JAN. 28. 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGK THREE
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77_e Big
I
Inventory
Sal
e
Still Goes On
Men's Suits
Regular $9.00 values, now $5.00
Regular $12.00 values, now $6.00
Regular $15.00 values,  now $7.50
Men's Mackintosh Overcoats
Some with Capes
$5.00 values going for $2.50
$12.00 values going for $6.00
$14.00 values going for $7.00
50 doz* Black Wool Sox
Regular 25c values, while the great sale
lasts, 2 pair for 25c
Fancy Vests
Knitted and Fancy Cashmere, to clear
at Half Price
PHILLIPSl
The Wardrobe Clothier
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LOTS
ree minutes from car line, with fine view, 50  by 150 feet.      A
c nol to he missed.   For >l-">;  $l-r> cash, balance $.'> a month.
WHEN  GOING
*SK THE TICKET AGENT     ,
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trams  Everv Dav in the  Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD. J
Embodies thu newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.;
and   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with j
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most j
brilliantly    illuminated    ?rnin    in    the j
vorld       The   equipment   consists   of i
irivate   --ompartment   cars,   standard
16 section  sleepers, luxurious  dining
ar. reclining  chair cars   (seats  free),
| modern   day   coaches   and  buffet,   li-
. 'irarv and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or   any
, further  information  call   on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue. Seattle. W��'b
I   V,'t  i.ave :__:cn t-e Maple L
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:16, 17:20. 18:40.
Arrive .New Westminster 10:-5.
12:46, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35,
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. <i.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
! Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
j ').m.
V.. W.  fi  Y.���VANCOUVER
l.v. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
;   .v. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
r,. N.  R.���PORT GUICHON.
I     Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
J trrlve Guichon 0 p.m.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
N'ew Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
l.v. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
-md 8 a. pi., and every half hour thereafter till U v. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
name beurs.
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|70 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 \
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The good housewife likes tbe "One-
minute Washer" because il does its
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
CALL AND  INSPECT.
J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
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OR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
[Oliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
[ighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Mail Service
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. rn.;  close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
dally.
Millside   No.   1,   daily   except   Sun
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   exce'.i
Sunday.    Mails Received at 6:35 p.m
Dispatched  by  B.  C. Electric railwa'
Co., 7:45 a.  m.:
Vancouver,  No.   1,   dailyexcept Sun
days.   Return m��'l received 11 a. m.
Dispatched by Q.N.R. train, S 45 a.m.
Cloverdale, Nicouiekl, Port Kelli
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bon A ���
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
(joints in eastern suites), daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 3:30 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver  No,  2;   Victoria,  No.   X;
Central   Park,   dally   except   Sunday
Return mail received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 'i. in.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunuav
Return mails received a' 1:1" p. m.
Dispatched by currier 12-00 noon:
Tlmberland, Tuesdays aud Friday-!
Return malls received Tuesdays aur.
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m.
daily (closes daily at the same
time during  winter months:
Ladner, Westham Island, Port
Gulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. d-iih
except Sunday. Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11  a. in.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3; Victoria, No. 2,
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
tn.; dally execept Sunday. Return
malls received at 0 p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    ei
2 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mall 11  p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:16 p.
m., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 9C (C
P. R. east, second mail). Return mall
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqultlam, daily except Sunday. Re
turn mail received at 1 p. m.
Opera House Bookings.
	
Kerry  Gow    Feb. .5
Dream City   Mar.   2
Sl3 In New York  April 1
The  Burgomaster    April 8
A College Boy    May 27
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE IN CANADA, A3D IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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.
MIKKELSEN IS ON
WAY BACK TO
SOUTH
Nome, Alaska, Jan. -7.���Captian
r Mlkkelsen, commander cf the
Anglo-American polar expedition, who
reached hen- alone from Uerschel Island, left on Sunday for Seattle. He
will go over the ice up the Yukon and
Tanana rivers to Fairbanks, anil
thence out by way ot Valdez. Capt
Mlkkelsen expects to lit out anothei
expedition as soon as possible, to continue his explorations in the polar
I sea.
Capt.   Mlkkelsen   was   formerly   in
the Danish navy, hut llis expedition
to the north is backed by British and
American capitalists. He sailed from
Victoria. Maj J.'. 1906, in Che BChoon-
er Duchess of Bedford, named tor a
tith il Englishwoman who contributed .1 the enterprise, The purpose ol
the trip was not to discover tin- polo,
but to establish the truth ot the
theory held by ("apt. Mlkkelsen and
other scientists that, there exists in
thi- Arctic regions an enormous archl.
' pelago as yet unexplored, lying n rth
��� and  west of Beaufort sea.
in  February,   1907, his vessed  was
caught   iu   the   ice   near   Uerschel   lain i.    Accompanlt l   by   Ernest   Lef-
flngwell, of tin- Dnlversltj of Chicago.
the chief scientist or the expedition,
and   Btokerson,  mate of  the   vessel,
Mlkkelsen started north over the thin
id- 10 continue his expedition on foot.
He   was   turned  back  by open   water.
August  1  he Btarted  north again, tuk-
$15.75 'ini; wirh him a combination boat and
$13.50   sledgQ, with provision for ninety days.
97-piece sets, regular price $l4.0n, for $11.25   On this dash he reached the latitude
102-piece-ets, regular price $13.50, for $10.75   of 7i\2n.    Returning to  Herschel  is-
is !.utter dislies, regular price  25c to 15c, for  20c   land, Capt, Mlkkelsen made his way
All   China at   Reduced  Prices. alone to Nome.    Tin-  Duchess of Bed
ford was long ago crushed in the ice
ink.   The remainder of the par-
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL \ SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f. B. LYLE,  Mgr.
FOR CASH...
Dinner Sets
We will sell
all our
���     i   -.   sets, regular price $20.00, for,
17-plece sets, regular price $16.50, for
ADAMS & DEANS
and
ly  has scattsrsd,  son,.-  returning to
il ��� states and Borne remaining in !!;���-
North.
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
ft   E.   WALKER.   President. ALEX.   LAIRD   (Jeneral   Manager.
Record  Orange   Harvest.
San Francisco, .Ina. 27.���The orange
[crop harvest of California, now in full
i season, In   qualitj    and    In auantltj
| promises   to   break   all   previous     records.    The  fruit  exchanges of    the
slate estimate that  the total   mtput
of oranges will reach HO,000 carloads,
about nine million boxes, or 1,360,000.-
000 oranges,    The  harvest  win  last
until .Inly 4.
A general Banking business transacted.    Accounts  may be opened  and  conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received. Interest allowed at current rates and
added quarterly. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of tbe deposit,
NEW WESTMINSTEIt BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
TO I LET= and = Carriage
SPONGES
A NEW LOT  JUST  IN,  AT
Ryall's Drug Store
\V.  R. Gilley���Tel, 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
G. K. Qllley���Tel. .!��!
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,   DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTAULISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��� 914,400,000.00
RE8ERVE        111,000,000.00
eranchea throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago aud Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tL" correspondents In all Darts of the,
World. -m
livings Bank Department. Deposits received In sunt of $1 and upward*,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent.' per 'ahnuip (present rate) added
four time* a year.
Total Asset* over $168,000,000.00.
N^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH.  **\      Q. D. BRYMNER. *******
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Juick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on   sale    to   all
iCuropean points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southe-n   California.
'���' i  full information call on or write
t\ E. LANG, General Agent,
180 Heating. St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
I AMERICA, running through first class.
sleepers, tourist ami dl-lng ears leaven
dally at Bil6; makes close connections for all Kootenay poinis and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
ir lo 15. .1. r-OYLE,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
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PAGE FOUR
t;ie datly news.
Tuesday
33
"a.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Puh-
Ushing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
��.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
TUESDAY,   JAN.  28,   1908.
What a mistake to use coarse
Salt (or cooking! Fine, pungent
WINDSOR SALT adds such
_ daintiness to the food I
RECORD FOR BIGGEST
LOG  STILL  REMA1N-
WITH  THE B. C.  WILLS
138
government itself wishes It permuted.
It  is a  happy ending, to a difficult
gituation.    The agreement is one   to
oan;
A big log shipped from Portland a
j few days  ago  has   been   ci. iting    a
! stir  in timber  clrcl s,   e  .'era!  cites
i
j having already come  forward with a
cliaini tor the biggest log ever sal] ��� -
from any port In the world. While
several   of    the    meas irements   ad-
VV.iut the -Sons of Scotland essay to   spirit of the treaty and the dignity of
do.   they   do  well,  and    last    night's  the state."
Scottish concert was no
the rule.
��� zceptlon to
which  both  Canada  and    Japan
... ; vanced tail to touch the  Fort land re-
glve  adhesion  without,   as    Viscount1       , ...
,    ,       ., . ,  ,. cord, others are running it very close,
Hayaahl happily puts it, violat.ng   the ,   ,      ...      ..      ,      '
some even  placing it in    the  shad t.
I The  biggest  log on  record has   b len
: shipped south from the Pacific Coast
| Mills, of  Vancouv r,   ll   having  been
J cut  eight  miles   about this  city  near
the Fraser river.
Following are the official measure-
should  not  come into operation
failure  under existing regulations    is
proved.
PRINTING
have your printing done la
town by the local modern
high gride printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily   News   Block.     Phone ?38.
| SPEC 1 AL for Strictly Cash for a few Days
j We need the money ard must have ycur business I
s  ~~~~
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ind l-
'*',   Pastry Floui
*    plour, ;- r sack
sack 	
��   GoQd ,,       ,.     potal iee, per a ck
We cannot see any good _urpose
can be served by passing the new bill
until we see whether this agreement
is lived up to or not.    If    passed
it'
unti.
IGNOBLE ?
The Columbian ln Its headlines of
whal occurred on Thurs lay last at the
capital which it gave as news on the
front page iu the last issue, calls tin-
struggle being made for the const it u-
tional rights of the people "Ignoole."
We hav.' a constitution near and
dear to every British heart ani it cost
so much In blood and treasure to fix
it on  a sound basis  that  every step
made to lessen the authority of the church at noon  yesterday fire broke j flgurea
people in  t.ie legislative councils or <'"' In the basement of the edifice, un-,
elsewhere should be met with a firm  d"  tho  baptistry,  Immediately  after!
the sixth baptiem 1iad occurred.
A panic ensued in the large congre
ments of fae different logs: Pacific
Coast Mills, :'.l inches by 54, 92 teet
long. Portland, :ifi inch's square at
each end, 60 feet long. Bellingham,
40  inches  square,  90  feet  Ion;.    The
Bowell & Oddy
' THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
%   uesi Coi    HI ;"'��� ('"a 	
>'.   Twentj inulated Sugar	
;���,   Tomatoes     	
;���;   Corn and Peas, per can 	
^   Regular        Ti i for	
��   Be . '������    ' G   '-nd Coffee 	
g   G-od Cooking Apples, per box	
i-.'sh Eggs, tw zen lor	
\H .,.:,, . cut for strictly cash and cash only tor a
PHONE B 234
1.1.75 \
,     i
''���50 'f\
Sl.tO )
$1.60 \
���������1.10 j
for 2;' i
-10c I
30t {
30c I
90c 2
��� 75c |
GEO   li.T^I
Phone A284 \
E. B. GROCERY
EAST BURNABY, B. C.
FIRE IN CHURCH
CAUSES STAMPEDE ; Hastings   saw  mills,   Vancouver,  also   on hand.
AMONG WORSHIPERS ^ come forward  wil_. a story of a log  Corner Eighth St. and
'���',>>   inches   square   and   72   feet   long, _
North   Yakima,  Jan.   27.���Following   whjlo   nudm,   also   advance8  a   ,���:,;.,,
'ervent services at  the  First Baptist! fo_ th(, lwa0Vi bllt aeglecta to produce
Choice  Meats and Chickens  always
Fifth Avenue
hand, and not allowed to pass in a
slipshod manner to be referred to in
future generations as precedents. The
absolute denial of the statein nts
made by the premier and his ni\-.t
lieutenant ln the lloi.se al Victoria,
that the governor was instructed by
Ottawa to withhold assent to, or reserve, hill Xo. 30, 1I107, points to the
((act that some one has handled the
truth with considerable elasticity and
has been frugal in the art of lying,
and it is for the purpose of finding
out "Who's who !" that Mr. John Oli-
Cracksmen   Make   Haul.
Everett,  Wash., Jan.  27. ��� Vesterd iv
gatlon.    The Are was extinguished by' skilled  cracksmen  forced  a  vault of;
the Are department.   No one was seri-. the post office here.    They    Becured
ously injured in the crush to escape, j ?>2000 worth of stamps and about $150
Property loss was slight. ' in money. Only $50 of tha cash stolen
  belonged to the government, the othsr'
$100 belonging to a clerk.    The local,;
state and   federal   police   have    been;
notified of the burglary and every ef-
,,,.,,.      , fort is being made to anprehend th ?���
V, ill ia iii
GRAND
RALLY
HEADQUARTERS-
The   Royal   Studio
"The Right Place
For the Right Photograph
At the  Right  Price."
NOTICE
We Are Here
The Photographli
their jolly crow ! o
Mirror  People and
bo; 3,
KAISER'S  NATAL DAY
CELEBRATED  AT   BERLIN
-OF THE
Now Is Your
Chance
lierhn, Jan.
-Finij-. roi
ls 49 years old today. He was awakened this morning according to the immemorial birthday custom by the tan-
i robbers. The character of the work
shows that the men who committed
tbe   theft   are   experienced  burglars.
Liberal Party
to get up-to-date work. You are cordially invited to call and Inspect it.
Von will And it worthy of patronage.
On and after
MARCH 2, 1908, No
Credit will be given,
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
ver moves "That his honor, the lieut-  fai.ing  by  t;ie palace trumpeter, and
enant-governor he pleased to cause
copies of all his instructions affecting
s-aid bill Xo. 30, or relating thereto,
with all correspondence and t?le-
grams" and if the government is not
afraid of exposing the first minister,
why should it oppose the petition ?
The plain truth is that the government   Is   checkmated   and   its   organs
the singing of a hymn by t'.te   castla [
choir at 8 o'clock.    As    a    matter of I
i
fact, however, the emperor had risen;
several  hours   earlier   aad   had    dis-1
posed of various slate documents by]
the    time    the    singing  began,  after
which he was seen at a window cf the
castle overlooking the court where t'ii:
musicians   wer_-   gather d., ' His   na-
Condensed
���AT  THE���
Advertisements Liberal Club Rooms
Tuesday, Jan. 28,1908
Our  representatives  will    call    on
you:
Signed���
H. A. DEACON. General Manager.
J, C. CAPLIN, Advertising Manager.
are sure that the bluff will not pass  jestVi _re_sed in a field marshal's uni-
FOR    RENT���FIRST    OF    FEBRUARY,  seven  roomed  house;     all1
j modern conveniences;    comer   Agnes;
; and Dufferin streets.    Apply at house!
between 5 and 6 p.m.   W. Walsh.
muster any longer and that a
reckoning is at hand.
lay of
form,  greeted  the  choristers  and   received the congratulations of the visiting princes, after which there was ser-1
vice   In   the   private  chapel    of    t-3'
palace.
JAPANESE AGREEMENT.
The  Tory press, with    few    exceptions, were  heralding  with    an    un- ,
seemly    joy , before    the    Hon.    Mr.
Lemieux had left the shores of Japan, LOGGING CAMPS REOPEN
that he had failed In his mission, hut AFTER  WINTER CLOSEDOWN
the government is to be congratulated 	
upon the agreement made with Japan      Eight camps of Sechelt inlet, which
in reference to immigration from that nad   been  closed    down    for several i
country,    it is a-compromise    which weeks on account of the rainy season,
reflects credit not only upon the Cana- wl11 reopen .again this week, a party
dlan negotiator,  but also    upon    l_e of m���n having been shipped to that
government of the Mikado, which has, I)oint    1:lst    week    on    the    steamer
of its own free will, bound itself to re- Sechelt.    Within the next few weeks
strict the immigration of its people to ft ls expected that many more camps
Canada. in different parts of the timber belts
It was a delicate mission with which ; w111   be  agaln  the  scene    o��    active
Mr. Lemieux was entrusted. The sltua- operations, which will    be   continued
tion was one which might easily have' uninterruptedly until next winter, the
resulted ln serious complications, not condition of the lumber market hav-
only for the Dominion,  but also for 3n& greatly improved during the early
tbe whole Empire; and both tlie Dom- l>art  of  tnis  year-   mainly   owing  to
Inlon and the Empire 'nave reason to tne decreased supply consequent upon
be satisfied with the result of the re- tne dosing down of a majority of the
cent negotiations at Tokyo. lumber camps. ,    : 4 '-
Japan's good faith, which has been  ������
called in question by some of the Bellingham Closed Tight.
critics of the Canadian government, Bellingham, .fan. 27���This city yes-
is absolutely proved by Mr. Lemieux's terday experienced lt�� flr'st.-lal closed
speech. Apart altogether from the blue Sunday when, under an agree-
solemn promise contained in Viscount ment, the thea.tns failed to-open and
Hayashi's letter of December 23 last, everything witlf. the bMsinese excepted
which is the concrete stimmiiiK up of under the law remained Shut in
the negotiations, the correspondenceiobedience to the order fn^de last
which the minister of labor was able. week.
to read from Consul-General   Nosse .	
A XTED ��� BOARDERS,   TW O
school girls;  tasy terms.    Apply 141 Third street.
W
w
ANTED���TWO    ROOMERS    OR
boarders.   Apply Box 873.
AT S  P.  M.
J. C. MACINTOSH. Liberal Organizer. ROBERT JARDINE ani others
will address the meeting.
THE-
Royal   Studio
L.   HAWEIS,   Proprietor.
Cunningham Block. N'ew Westminster.
Chas. S. Richmond I
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters. [It |
Repairs of all kinds frivi n speciali|
tention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone A 37T.
Front St. New Westminster!
?��������
FOR   SALE���TW(
tcrs, one safe;
O    CASH   REGIS-
one safe; quick sale cheap.
Apply "Safe," P. O. Box GK.
W. J. CUNNINGHAM,
Secretary.
W
ANTED���TREE   PRUNING    BY
contract.   E. J. Fisher, garden-[l
er, Bedford House, or phone 29.
F
INANCIAL INSTITUTION HAS j
vacancies for young men with \
high school education; good references I
essential. Apply "Finance," Box 6y_ 1
Daily News office, city.
w
\NTED
���STORE
16
or
20x40.
Good
location.
App
R.     A.
Daily
News.
#
They Arrived To-Day!
THE FIRST SPECIAL SHIPMENT     OF     EARLY     SPRING
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HlGH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND WE IM . ��� I'E
YOUR   INSPECTION   AT
FOR SALE���BEST FIR CORD- j
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered. T. I
H. Poster, 260 Columbia street. Phone I
85. I
POSITION  WANTED
tag    housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
A3 WORK-
800-    cook.'
AROSE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
Ave. an* 8c_ street. All conveniences.
sh-i wed dearly thai the government
of the Mikado has been acting In
' n| faith right along. li also, In-
���ddentelly, justifies the action 01 the
Canadian government In entering the
���treaty, because it puis plainly on record that Canada wa_ then in posses-
.ion of a i-Wir-eut and explicit pledge
from the Japanese government that
Immigration Into Canada would be
v atricted,
Not only has Japan agreed to herself guard the egress  from her own
ports, but she has allowed the Canadian government to treat    the   immigrants from Hawaii as coming from a
foreign country.    Hawaii being    now
part of the United States, comes under the operation of our alien labor
act, and, as a consequence, the Importation of Japanese from those islands
under contract  can  be  prevented  as
effectually as if they came from the
state of Illinois or the state of Wash-,
iimton. In addition, the Dominion gov-1 "
ernment has put an additional barrier  ��
against  the  importation    of  undesir-' j
able   immigrants   by   providing    thatl \
they come direel  from the   land    ot  J
r.ielr birth or citizenship.    Inasmuch  j
as these provisions apply to all countries,    Japan    ls    not    discriminated
against and,  being placed    upon    an
equ-1  footing with all    other    countries,    accepts    the    situation    with
equanimity.    The    Japanese    government also undertakes to prohibit    the
emigration  of contract    labor    from
Kaiser and K'.mg on Crji3e.
Rome, Jan. 27���It. is announced here
thai the emperor of (i-.-rmany wi.II
make a cruise In the M^dUerreatean
In the latter part ol Mi-rc_, and that
King Edward will make a stmllax
cruise in April, both monaTchs vis-ting Sicily and Florence.
English   and American   Billiard   Ta- 1
dies,   BowUng   Alleys,  etc.     New   ani
second - lr,.nd  tables and  supplies in
stock,
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A269S. P.  O.  Box  1185
Bowlt-rt  Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs. Samuel   May  &
''11..   'r,l-)l-'.0.
Ite UNION TAILOR SHOP j
J. I, JtrremON    Colum-fa Street
nOOKSLETS
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dl8t"li'.C
On Sole at-
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Garr.-n's  Cigar   Divan
tar Advertise the town we live in  1 y I
mailing Picture Post Cards to your |
frieuds
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dtater* in All Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doort,
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.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmimter
��������������������������������,
VISIT...
1 facial, scalp, or body treatments given :
! In your own heme.    Also manicurlnK.
The New Optical Pariors,'For enga^ment ��"�� ^ A 3;!1)-
and have your eyes tested^
FREE...
FURNITU
SALES OF THIS NATURE ONLY COME ONCE IN A LONG. t-ONG |
TIME.    WE  ARE  CLOSING   OUT OUR   BUSINESS AND  THIS   Is
YOUR  OPPORTUNITY  TO    IEPLACE     OLD     AND     WORN    OUT;
FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS,    AND   OILCLOTHS,   ABSOLUTELY
W. GIFFORD
W. N. Draper! j i\T"
OPTICIAN.
I
B. C. Land
Surveyor
I eilard  Stock.   N-w  WnuminitKr,  ��.C
Colunrbia-    Street,  New  Westminster.!.
  : %
THIS SALE  WILL CONTINUE    UNTIL    EVERYTHING   IS D'8-
POSED  OF FOR CASH.    THOSE  WHO   KNOW   US   KNOW THAT
>����������->��� �����������������<������^
Wedding Presents j;
RICH  CUT GLASS, STERLING   SILVER   GOODS,    BRASS   AND  o
2   COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA.
* and last but' not least, we are tote agenta for
THE  PICKARD  HAND  PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. CHAM BERLIN, ________���
���
AgamVHamiltcn Watches
Canada to Japan unless the Canadian  ^.^^^^^�������������������������<>.t,��.i _*$������*��.����������������������������������������������>��
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
1 ers In Ladles' and Gents'
FtNE HAIR GOODS
���      Toopes, Wigs, Trausrorrnat'ons,
Pompadours and   Switches
Marcel Wave, Bleachlni;    and Dye-
I |ng.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
1 436 Granville St.        Vancouver, B. C.
THIS IS NO "DISASTER," BUT A GENUINE DESIRE ON
PART TO DISPOSE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK AS SOON AS
SIBLE.
0UP
pos-1|
J
-I
IW. E. FALES
THE   OLD   RELIABLE
FURNITURE   MAN...
Columbia St.
i
P\ew Westminstcf 1
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3-AY.
JAN. 28. 1908.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
pagk rot;
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The Cash Stores
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Only a Few Days
Left For These
GREAT
CITY NEWS
���������������������������
��� DROP IN AND GET PRICES ON |
: EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME I
Judge Howaj    left    yesterday    for drooped at half ma    ��� ���     ���
Chilliwack where he will hold county  the i .. and many of the      m
court sessions this week.
A favorite of the e:it. smoker^,
"Brilllante   cigar.
the
����
d the  : mains  I - the
grav.     i _ were   A.   w
Gra\        (ai line, J. Sharp. P. Feenej
��� - -             W
AVING
CHANCES
A. J. Clark   ��� ireman of the News
composing n        ivaa early this morning Inforn    I a baby girl had ar-'
rive i at bis home.
Norm,in Matneson yesterda; afternoon lefl the'Royal Columbian hospital, wher ��� he ha I been under treatment foi the p.i-i four months for
pleurisy, After spending a few days
in the city he will leave for points in
the Interior, where he will recupi il ���
until the - immer.
SoH ���),   be leiding distributors, the
B. C." cigar. **
Che     kuto"  i Igi :
tavoi      smoke.
mm
���
���
:
���
Oilcloths, Linoleum. Cork Carpets. Chairs. Tables. Dining Su-tss
Bedroom Suites. Parlor Suites, odd Chairs. Couches. Morris Chairs,
Rockers, Hall Racks, Hall Seats. Pictures, Picture Frames. Blankets,
Comforters. Sheets and Sheeting. Pillows and Pillow Cases. Wrdow
Shades, Poles and Trimmings. Upholstry Goods, Carpets. Rugs. Baby
Carriages and   Go-Carts,   etc.,  etc.
Twenty-three   Parlor   Tables, while   they   last,  for $1.25.     Regular
$2.50.
:
���
���
���
Alb t HI :ks, �� io ia - een confine<
in th. Royal Columbian hospital for
the past week, Buffering from a seven
attack of grippe, left that Institution
yestei lay.
For cut flowers, oouquets or funeral signs telephone T- Davies _
Son, li 208 ���*���
In cha      . - . Justice  Morri
son In \ incouver yesterda; an app
cation for Inter-alimony was heard, In
W. Enderby, of Delta, petl-
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium :
1   ��� DUPONT BLOCK ���
��� A
��� TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.   ���
*���<��<�������������������������������������������������������� >��������-��������������������������������������������������������������������
ming,; whii h  I
Save on Golf Jackets and Wool Kimonas
Golfers, in this Reason's best styli -. <. ilte with black, white
with green, all white, ami red on bla lld \ dues at $2.50 to
(1,50,   Sale price $1.50 '
Kimonas, knit in a variety of prett;   ;l   ���     white with collars and
iff. finished in pink; a few samples   ire  ilightl;   soiled;   values  up
to $6.00.    Sale price   $1.95
Tin-  Liberal  meeting this
which is to be addressed by Robert, tiom I for the dissolution of his mar-
Jardine  and J.  C. Macintosh,  provln- rtage with his  wife, Rachel  Rebecca.
cial organizer, will commence prompt- on tie- ground that Bhe had a husband
ly at  the advertised time,  and a  re- living   it the time she married him.
quest  Is mads that  al] Interested  te 'llii   i>etltloner asked for evidence to
ui the club rooms by 8 o'clock. be taken In Ottawa by affidavit. De-
,    , , cisions were reserved.
Next week th,- evangelist-. Asa Gordon, K.C., and Mrs. Asa Gordon,   of      rjosy six room house with all mod-
Ottawa,  who have  been in this city  era conveniences;   centrally    located
ij tor the past three weeks, will go    to  near city car line.   Only $2100; terms,
i easy.    Abbott    &
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
THE    GREAT  ���
| Sale of Crockeryware j
Will Continue  During the
Next Week
BARGAINS   FOR   EVERYONE
Nanaimo  to conduct  an  evangelistic  jgoo cash, b3lane
Save on Blouses.   Price $1,50
Serviceable Blouses of Japanese Silk, vashable vestlngs, white
and cream lustre, Including aboul flftj navy, myrtle, brown and
black lustre;  usual  value $2.."ill and  $2.75     Sale  price   $1-50
campaign under the auspices of   the   Hyde.
Xoncomformlst churches of that city
j Public Supply Stores
All   kinds   of    pot-plants    and
Bowers at Tidy's.   Phone     184.
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The lirst reunion of the committee ���
Save on Children's Coals.   Price $2.95
For girls from s to It years, all Imported,  .\ami, winter weatherproof garments, a few expensive   simples,     with   triple   capes   and
[notched collars, finished with velvet ind silk braid; sold regularly at
|$l 25 to $6.00.    Sale price  $2.95
Save on Ladies' and Misses' Furs
Si-ires of splendid saving chances. Marmot, Foxaline. Russian
1 H.i.".', Coon, Opossum and other popular Scarfs and Stoles; some
���samples and balance of good selling $3.50, $4.50 and up to $7.00 lines.
ICome quickly and save at $2-75
Three dozen Children's While Boas
Now, each, 15c
Drop in at the busy Whitewear store.    If you are not prepared
|to buy now you can read the price tickets, see the splendid variety,
tnpare values, for we are prepared to save you more than the price
a ear ticket. 1
Lawn   and Cottons  marked and  selling
the balance of the month.
:l'l -ut   a   rem   Of   profit
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T.  M. SMITH
appointed    to    look    Into    publicity
schemes   at    the   recent advertising
i    At the Masonic banquet to he held meeting held at the city hall will take
I tonight in the Russell hotel, speeches Pla��> in VV. J. Kerr's office. Columbia
I will be given by a number of brilliant street, al 3 o'clock this afternoon. Be-
j speakers.   Including   Hon.   Justice  Ne- ���von'1   arranging  a  series  of  meetings
i terer, of Bellingham, nnd  Mr. Craven. '��F  'hl'   coming   weeks;  .and  drafting
! a promln -nt lawyer or that place.   An communications to the hoard of trade
elaborate menu has been selected and an<i rI'e <'i!.v council, it is not likely
| an  excellent   toast   Hat   prepared   tor thal   much   business   will   be    trans- '<
; ���.. ,,��� (   .; ,a acted today.    The three who compose!
the committee are VV. T. Cooksley. \V. j
Extensive Improvements hav,-   just J. Kerr and the Rev. J. s. Henderson, j
been  completed   In  t'.ie Liberal  club
j rooms,   which   are   now   much  better Dr. Hatherley, the eyesight special-
! titled than of yore. The meeting room fat-  llas installed  a  new  light in  his
has been enlarged by the moving of optical   parlors, and to  accommodate,,
a partition   several    feet,   while    the rh(,Sl'  who cannot  call  in    the    day!
walls have been repaired and the ceil- tfnre and have glasses fitted, he will
ing  attended   to.    Small    committee open  evenings from 7 to 8    o'clock,
rooms   have   been   built,   where   meet- Parlors    on     Sixth    Street,    opposite
ings of the executive can be held at Oaily (.-fumb-ian.                                 **j
The report of Engineer Le Huron on
For  sale,   two  cash   registers,    one the deepening    of    the  Fraser    river
safe; quick sale cheap.   Apply "Safe," cliannel to the sea ia expected to te
1'. O. Box 693.                                         ** ready on Thursday.    On Saturday the
engineer took a trip up the river on
The application of W. Groves, of the snaB|,()at Samson in order to see
Langley, for tour inches of water the exU,nt of the tlfle wati>1. atK,
from Walker creek was yesterday op- ���tnei. matters. Yesterday he went
posed by \\\ 0. McQuarrie on behalf (iowa (j^. -ortn ann ln company with
of Mr. Linsett, of Aldergrove. Gov- Ald gw1Des and R Jard{ne. When his
eminent Agent CfC. Fisher refused work on trn, river fs finished, Mr. Le
the application on the grounds that it F_aron will investigate the water-
did not supply the information re- worlts conditions in the city and required by the act. In all probability ,,ort to the water committee: this trip
the application  vtlll  be again p-t in. wfir pr_i)ahiy take place on Friday or
���
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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YOU MAY
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMOR-
ROW WHAT WOULD BECOME
OF YOUR WIFE AND -MILD
REN 7 WHY NOT TAKE OUT A
POLICY THAT WOULD ASSURE
THEM OF A YEARLY INCOME
WHEN IT WOULD COST YOU
BUT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
and also one from Mr. Linsett.
The junior R. T. of' T. will hold a
social ln the I. O. O. F. hall on Wednesday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
All members are asked to be present.
The boys are to entertain. **
Saturday. After leaving this city, the
engineer will visit California, where
other contracts await his attention.
The   funeral  of the    late    Charles
There will be tickets  for one hun-
ilred couples, only, sold for the Hotel
Russell Ball, February 5th, and there
are now fifty sold.    Those who have
not secured one had better do so this
Henry, for nearly thirty years an em-       _J{ ,+
ployee of the Royal Cfty mills, took
place yesterday from Murchie's undertaking parlors. ' Service was held ln
St. Peter's cathedral by the Rev.
Father O'lloyle.    The flags at the mill
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
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Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
J.J.MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS  STATIONERS  NEWS DEALERS
The members of the athletic asso-
.latlon of the Columbian college held
lade annual meeting yesterday afternoon In the science hall. Tho president, In the course of his opening nd-
iress, staled that there was a strong
i i-obabllity  that a Held  meet  would
ke place -bout the end'of April, the
Institutions to be represented i�� ing
the Columbian college, the McQ-il] uni-
rerslty, Vancouver, and the Victoria
and Seattle high school.. The secre-
tar) real the results of games during
the past year ami congratulated the
association on Its success generally.
The new off I cere elected were. Honorary president., Prof. Burwash; president. H. Watson; vice-president, \V.
Monat; secretary-treasurer, C. Wat
Bon; business manager, W. Monnl;
;i uditor. Prof. Bouek: captain Intermediate soccer team, Mr. WHliserofi,
vice-captain, W. Mouat; captain junior
uoccer team, H. Bolts; vlce-capt.aln.
l.N'.ANT. C. C. Smith; captain rugby team. C.
Watson; vice-captain, H. Watson, captain junior basketball team, C. Smith.
if the sponge Is not satis-  =
Electric Railway Service ii
t'or yeai s  we  have  been  tr.. in.
ii gel   a  line of sponges that  w.
could recommend.   Al last we have
bi en successful.    We have jus;  lm-
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ported a big lot from    headquarters,
the Us', values we ever hid. Unlike the average sponge; what we
have- now, will weir like leath r.
ringing In   price   from   3  cents  to
$4.60 each.    Suitable    for
TOILET,    RATH,    OARRIAOE,    AND
STABLE
factory, money refunded.
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and w_v
stations will run every half-
hour from 5; 5(1 a. tn. Last
cur leaves at   11  p. m.
(Last cur lv. Vancouver ll:30i)
Curs leave tue depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line..
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram j-
office on the hour, tweaty mtn- i >
utes after aud forty minutes after, commencing at  <i:'-0 a.  m.
Sapprrton   Line:   Curs   leave .,
at  ten  minutes after the  hour, ,,
half past und rifty mi:iut"s after
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:.'10
a.  ni.
Sunday Service   nair-nourly be
tween 8.30 n.m. and 11 p.m
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X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid ;:
'"ttmitmititiiiiimi ti - ��� - -'!
Websdale & Hardwick
CURTIS'
Builders and
Contractors...
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>VERTI5E  IN  THE   NEWS
All kinds of carpenters work. Gen-1
eral repairs and alterations. Kstl- j
mates' free for all kinds of frame,
buildings. Shacks built on the short-1
est notice. ,
l~. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge  p.  O.   Box  815.    Office   St.  Andr:ws
of the Optical Department ��     8tr,et, betv/osn 8th and 9th St.
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Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
Dost Love Chocolates,
Juliet?
Yes, Romeo; Get Them
n At
Mackenzie's  Drug
Store
PhtV 66. Dominion Trust Block
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The Way to Wareham.
Some young women in England have
begun to dress out ami out like men.
They wear a long coat cut like a bunting coat, a cap. riding breeches und top
boots, it is a handsome costume, and
It is not Immodest, but undoubtedly it
attracts a good deal of attention. They
have been telling in London :i story
about n girl who adopted this riding
rig. Pulling op ner horse one after
noon, she said to nn artisan who was
passing. "Can you tell me if this Is
tbe way to Wareham?" The man look
ed her over carefully, then he touched
his cup iu n respectful manner and re
plied. "Yes. miss, yes���you seem to
'ave got 'em on all right."
How Bismarck Kept Up Steam.
In the evening I went to Bismarck's
house. I was placed upon the sofa iu
front of a table covered with teneups
and bottles of beer and also with herrings nnd oysters. Ills new highness
(Bismarck) speedily arrived nnd sat
down by me. He begun by consuming
Innumerable oysters, herrings nnd bam
and drunk beer with soda water.-
Hohenlohe Memoirs.
His Great Failing.
"He's a good friend of yours, isn't
be?"
"Ob, only medium."
"What do you mean by medium''"      j
"Ob, he listens while I tell him lill
of my troubles, but he nlso wants me
to listen while he tells me all of his."
-London Telegraph.
A  Good  Deal Worse.
"I had to walk the Hoar all night
with the baby, Can you think of anything worse than that?"
"Yes; you might have married out
In Greenland, where ��!v- lights are six
months  inn" "
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4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
MONEY'S WOST
If you are not wearing "Progress Brand"
Clothing, you are not getting as much
style���as much service���and not nearly
as much satisfaction���as you should.
Any man, who wears
"PROGRESS BRAND"
will tell  you so.
Look for the Label that
Protects. It goes on
every genuine "PROGRESS
Brand'' Suit or Overcoat,     107
H.   L_.   de BECK
NOW IS THE
To secure a dainty BLOUSE
at a very small amount :   :   :
All our Blouses in lace, net
silk, fancy muslins, etc., marked down   to  cost and below.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or $000. WE HAVE
just such a proposition, New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, modern. Two lots each 66x132 feet. You can sell one of these lots 'or
$050. All we ask ls $2700 for this property. Good terms, too. 1/ooa
Into it.
TAKE
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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
ttagea at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service. I
Foi  information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that ol the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
J34 Third St.. cor AW- Portland. Or.
OT       ADVERTISK       "��
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've FOUND Anything.       i.
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
McQUARRIE   &   CO,
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.   ?km
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
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Lots 2, 3, 4, ;
10, 17, is, 1!*, 2(
and 77 of subdivision il, in suburban
block If, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton street,
al) modern improvements. One lot
from car line;  iot 60x1 o2- Price $1400.
4th at
$1200 cash.
en*
100 acres, less 3'_ for new railway, ;     Full sized Lot oi
Township i, Sec. U: ail bottom land, [ of  Regina  St.,  (,.������ .
'under grass, suitable for dairy farm; 'avenues, west side o
, 40   acres under-drained,     ditched   all ; $400;   half  cash.
! round and fenced around and through j     4  LoU    &8_l;;2
I centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75, j 13th gtreet
S sufficient feed  for about 300 bead of j
10, 12, 13, 14, 15.1   toh     Pri(.t. $8000;   terms one-third!     2 HOUSES   onl,,,
.-.-   ti   -n   t->   r.ii' _ .     .-._��� ...u_   Sapperton: f* rooms nn
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from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1000.
; shed and 4 rooms, kli
shed. $1000 each, one-
ance easy.
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77.68 ACRES, black
ploughed and cle in
160 ACRES about  two  miles  from jj e. % Sect. 5.   $75 per ,
$000   cash, balance   in   monthly   pay-   Aldergrove station,   30   acres  cleared; cash, one-third 3 in ���-.
and partly  fenced,  good  house,  barn   months.
and stable.    Price $16 per acre;  $17t'e
menis-
S room house, all modern improve
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood Btreet,   cash, balance to be arranged
Sapperton-    Price $2700.    $1000 cash,       H4
Lot
'" 'and, ig!
dyke;, A
cr��. one-tUu
���'"--thin J
7 LOTS, \20x52, fa ,     Sth KyJ
��� __!_-..<.        -- -. ��� 4   lotg   clt,arerJ    gmal) -
i ACRES. Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist. I ���������___ ,-_  ^.^  , ,       ��� *J
8;  south side of the river, near   __,__ $1500( %mQ r
bridge.   $300;  half cash. !    . A_RE_ ^ ^
2  LOTS,  132X182,  N.-W.  corner  of L^   16(   ,,___.,   ,, -J;
10th Street   and    St. Andrews.    Price | ^ Brunette road '
$1050; half cash.
roomed   house
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pari 11
2 lots on 8th St. between   fjth and , kitchen and three be ; p|ut9i
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, C6xed;  conservatory 30 i .    ���.,
132; Nos. 9 and 12.      Price $10C0 for   heated by pipes; ...  ^ I
la   bearing  fruit   trei .          |.-,i
balance on time.
3% acres land next to Royal O.ali
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, __ bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced. Price $3500.. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66X-32 ft., S. Va of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing Engji b
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price ?G30.
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres btumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x2S, lean too I Ix2S
and lean too 10.X-2; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x10; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed  20x30;   small  milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit   66 hearing Cash $2,000,    balance ln 6, 12 and IS
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price  months at 7 %
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auck-
j land & llth St. and Roy-
I al Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
stock ready to planl
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15 acres cleared, light timber on ffl
mainlng acre; all fen ed; '-> m_eI
from school. Price $3000; halt cadi
bal. In 6 months at 7
1   IxH  f>Sxl3L'
$800  cash.
41
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160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on LStb street, between  7th and  Sth avenue3.
2 houses corner of Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & f, '
cleared, upper side of 5tl
tween 1st and -n 1 Street ,   P :ce $691
' each.
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t I.oTS. i lota '.. ������:nil
8th Avenue on south side, .V  35,311
' 37 & 38, full size.    Price S' "��� CC fortht|
four, or $300 each;  !.
Double    tenement   house, Itli AtiJ
1st  and 2nd  St.;   1 J'J��J
other $10;   flush elosets and all con- cash halt and half ln 6 .ij
nected    with    sewers.     Price $3,600. Rents for $lo each ten
Lots 14 and 16 of 1 - of 6 of 4
feleared.i Price $500; for the two, 1 -2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
10 acres V4 section 11, X. _ E1
of Tn. 2,.about 3 miles from i.'.'ige.l
Haworth road, Surrey; hou.-i >i"l
l'_ storey house, 8 rue: ��� !.��� i al
other 3 can be added ui tairs; saiil
shack;   1%   acres  cli I MM
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of  with clover, red; falrlj easil; cie-eil
., cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-   ����e  mile  from  shin..-   ra I.   h_l
rwo lots, block 31, lot 0, $1000 each, j ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. JJJJJm _����� ���
Six lots, 50x150,  outside city  limits      Weaterl-  4j  ��� J
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on  i;;_xl32 corner 100 feel '.�����
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Pull sized lot on Thin! street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IM-
PROVEiUENTS, 8EWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally  located ln  a coinuiinaudiug
houses drawing $28 pei nn nth, Mil
$5,000, half cash, balance ln ti and-1
months.
, 100  S.E.   K of Section 26, I !l   I
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of  io acres.partly cleared;  Kan   I     I
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
running through; good road; onenAI
north of Webster's corner; (*$!
mill and P.O. at the wesi corner;*
ber worth $7 per acre; Ci '-'I
4 miles    from    Port    Haney.       1
house.   Ton rooms (recently papered)
All  modern  conveniences;    hot   and
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,   lava-
House and cottage on Columbia at.,]*0*?,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;    lot   $2,100; terms $1,100 cash ���
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.; < C6x1"2' with ,ane In rear;  &art of lot   ranged'
$5,000, easy terms.    .                              set out wltn frul<- tr^s.   Price $2,750
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres  at $10 each
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Large lot and  two
T
27Vi acres of the best soli, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young:
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
now house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, In good order; some acres
planted with wheat, pats and potatoes.
lumbla street, Sapperton.   Bi til renfti
Water from nearby spring.      Balance ' about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property    easily    cleared.     Price   Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance G
and 12 months.
One and one-half Btorej nouwlB
full size lot, situated north >;lefl
Royal avenue and corner of .M"K:mt>|
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hotH
cold water, closet; woodshed; r^l
bearlg fruit trees; streets en tWl
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 aud 96, 05 faces   ,ldes;   flne  vlew-    Prlce $1'80(1 "l
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
cash.
This property Is only \i> mile from   4 lots cleared without a stump; small '     Lot facing 2nd St.. between Q^'l
i tram  line,    Over  two hundred  chick-| house,   chicken     house,     175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q^'l
|ens and ducks could be sold with the j chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.   Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; "���
property at a snap. Lf)ts ^ 1? __(, 20 of ��� _r ,   pr,ce   alongside  and   back.      Price   Wj
$500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash   h;,lf rash- ��a'ance easy at 7 'i
| balance 6 months at 7 per cent. if,0 acres Improved land, bulM**
l._-   --.,_ .... .   ,-;. .1.:,|l't|
I   Tjii
ea, $1,200, $800 cash ; caa   handle   this, don't  delay: I"'I
Acreage on Vancouver road, comer   bar?;iln;  terms can l,e *mmi
of Gilley road.    $225 i>er acre.    Acre-1   crPor   the   above   four  propert��ffl
Phone 192
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear-j a" under cultivation, $15,000.
age is selling fast at this price.
special price will he mai
oe M
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS to PRESTON
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent projierty is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue,    First    street     (facing    Queen's
No. 308.���8-roomed  House,  with   bath   cnaser.
room   etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   >_ j    House  30x42, 4th    Bt.. between I
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.  \ am, ^ , _,    ]fl HIld j ��������*
No.  306.-9-roomed   house,  with   bath I bedroom!    upstairs,    and  bath m\
���m' ���T���T ��1.6,h. an" .AgDe.' Sl-^own stairs; parlor, dlnlns r.^.��"
chen and pantry.   Full sUed W ""'
Price $4,00C; terms Vi cash, balance
8 and 6 months at 7 %,
ning back  to Ash St.    Pr
, $3,8
!____
$1,500 cask, balance at $500 P��f "
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth �����*
b:ltn   north side between First and ����
streets,  No.  5, 6 and
each or $110t>for the three,
t H>*|
Cight*!
Price M
P. O. Box   345
���Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
\DVERTlSE IN THE   NEWS
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   i.   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ',',.
park-  and   Emory  street,  comprising! No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and
In  all ten  33x120  foot lots facing on      room, Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   U
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- '     cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ',',-.
ner  lot   facing  Fourth    avenue    ani J     160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
First street, held at $1000); two lots j acres under  cultivation,  10 acres or!     Ful1 slzet] lot- norln slde
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600  chard,   %   acre   strawberries   pluntel ' lltc'n street between Sixth ;il
per   lot;   four  lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450; J this year; alde.r bottom land; running ! streets; Strive lots, $400.    Call at our office on | spring; house 18 x 22;  frame barn SO
Front, street and inspect plans. | x  32;   14-post   frame house  and   <o,v
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Stat Inn;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never beeu
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24'  hen'. ,Block 12 ��? 12th Bt_'���___ .nfrthfi.
,      , . ,,..���' . fu    sized lots.    Price $2.-00. ont
house made of hewed timber k.1,1  J���  ca|h| g^ ^^ [nd ^Vonthi
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- ,��� ]
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 0  SuV^ f�� SffS^IMO A*
percent.     ___>    _    -  cath, bulaDce 6 months at T "��-
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17. 18, 19, 20. 21, face on 16th
stieet and Stb avenue; 2 corner lota
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$050. cash.    Single lots at cash.
I   n:iiD��W|
halttnC01
28 acres on Mara ro
$160 an acre FOR A I
ON'LY. One-quarter cash
and 2 yenra at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street A
side of 4th avenue.   Pric   $2"��c9
eldei' jE.DA
y  JAN. 28. 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
NOTICE
REGISTRY ACT.
S'DFRS    addressed    to
��� . i. and endorsed  "1 en-
Building,   Lad; ���
ceived at this offlce
December 11. 1907,
the construction of a
al  Ladysmith, B. C.
. .nations can be seen
ti !. ii-r obtained at this
I on application to the
i lysmith, R. c.
t, adi ring are notified that
c considered unless
printed   form  supplied,
ed   with   their  actual  slgna-
:���  must   he accompaui..-1
. | ted cheque on a chartered
le pajable    to the order of
. ible the  Minister of Pub-
e |ual to ten per cent (10
thi   amount  of the  teu'ler,
forfelte l If the person
t .   line to enter Into a con-
i d calh d ii, mi to do so, or if
\      ,   omplete the work contract-
���   Lender he not accepted
... Mill lie returned.
Ol does not bind itself
lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINA8,
Secretary.
���  of Public Works,
i, .November 13, 1907.
. : - will not he paid for this
���it   if they Insert it  with-
���ity from the Department.
lie     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
,-en  numbered section of Do-
pn    in is m Manitoba, Saskatch-
.,:.! AI iu rta, excepting 8 and 26,
���   .1, may be homesteaded lie
| :, who is the sole head of  i
|:    ���    any male over IS years of
o the extent of oue-quarter sec-
)] 160 acres, more or less.
Mil   for   entry     must,     he
:n person  by   the  applicant at i at
i  Lauds Agency    or
the
il : ite.
E that api lie .
loseph Tays as
l Tax
. i'. Fishi r to .1 i eph
.- j ite the 10th day of No-
"i. of all and :
arcel or tract of lani
i  te, lying and  in Ing
:  New Westminster,
���   of British Columbia,
:. iwn  and  di Bi
��� ������ Hock 5, subdivision ol
Lot 21 . , i.
and i ich oi' you are required
; ��� claim of the tax pu -
'������' "���   ������'��������� tin :.j;;y-live days ti .m th
first   publication of  Una
-
In
New   West-'- nsttr   Land   District.
D-strict  of New Westminster.
TAKE Nt __t C. W. Pr-ston,
ol Seattl on Broker, intends!
permission to   purchase
, post    planted   at
tlu?    ' r-aer of     lot    1020,
thence west 2 -   -bains    to    the   east
bound:.!.,   of   i    L  No.  11734. thence
south S - , !.,  a      hence vast to ahor
thence north a ong  the shore to the
point of commencement.
CHAS. W. PRESTON
Dated Dec. 11   1907,
NOTICt
�������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
* 14444444 ���������������������������*�����
\ A Special Line of
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that  Harriet   Ford,
nt' Hammond, B. C, occupation lady,
!l" m you, otherwise I shall reg-j Intends to a;.ply for permission to pur-
loseph Tays as owner thereof In chase the following descri ed lands:
tee. ',- : . ������ direct that publl- Commencing at a post plained at
cati - . ior one month i::   the southwest corner of lot 1650 N< w
1 '��� ���������     ��� ���       pi     published at  New   Westminster   Land    District',    thence
M stn ������!  be good and sullic-   north 20 Chains more or less to the N-
Good Things
Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins*
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
Date : Lana Registry Offi.
Province of Brit.
a. D. 1907.
26th  day of Oi to ie
To Jo!.:.  Sirr,
All ;���
('.   S.   KKITH.
District Registrar.
Esq.
served with this notice-,
and tliu  laiming through or under
them an I all ers ins claiming any in-
teri st In sai i land by virtue of any
unregisl Instrument, an.l all per
sona   claiming any  interest    in    sail
land   by   !��� scent,   whose  title  is  not
registered under the provisions of the
Land Regl Act," shall lie forever
.stopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land so sold tor taxes as provided
by the    Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ini .
I J
e       lighter, brother or sisier of
tending  homesteader.
homesteader is required to peril.,  homestead duties under one
e following plans:
Al least six months' residence
and  cultivation of  the land  in
year for three years.
A homesteader may,  if  he so
8, [i-rform  the    required    resi-
1 duties   by   living  on     farming
owned  solely   by  him,  not less j
eighty  (80)  acres in extent, in
Icinlty of his homestead.    Joint j
rshlp in land will not meet th.s i
rement.
If the father (or mother, if the
' Is deceased) ot a homesteader
ermanent residence on farming
owned solely  by  him,  not  less
eighty (80)   acres  in extent, iu
hinity of the homestead, or up-
homestead entered  for by him
e vicinity, such homesteader may
rm his own residence duties by
with the father (or mother).
! he t< rm "vicinity" in the two
-  paragraphs  is  defined   as
Ing not more than nine miles in
ect line, exclusive "' the width
id  allowances crossed    jn    the
I        ��� nt.
\ homesteader Intending to
���'us residence duties in ac-
Wlth the a ove while living
nts or on farming land own-
mselt must notify tbe agent
't.ei of such intention.
'lis' notice in writing must
to tho Commissioner of Do-
nils at Ottawa, of intention
for patent.
W.  W. CORY,
1 the Minister of the Interior.
Unauthorized publication -J
���  tisement  will  not be pah!
\V. corner of said lot 1650, thence easl
100 chains, thence south to tlie shore, J
thence  westerly  along the  shore,    to ���
the   -tint -if commencement.
Dati i Dec.  I. 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per II. S. Ford, agent
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an appllcatl in has j
been made to register John B.  Rush-;
ton as the own-, r In fee slmpl >., under
a tax sale deed from the mayor and '
treasurer or the City of New Westminster, to John B. Rushton, bearing
date the 27th day of September, A. D. j
1902, of ail and singular that certain I
parcel or tract of land and prem'ses|
situate, lying and being in the City of'
New West minster, in the Province of;
British   Columbia,   more     particularly j
known and described as lot one of the
northeast half of lot 26, blocK 5,
You and each of you are required i
to contest the claim of the tax pur-j
ehasi r within forty-five davs from the j
date of this notice, oth irwise 1 vhall
register John B. Rushton as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direc: |
that publication of this notice fori
thirty days in a dally newspaper pub- |
lished at New Westminster will be
good and sufficient lervice thereof.
Dat:-d at the Land   Registry Office,
New Wist minster, Province of British
Columbia, this 28th day of Dec mber,!
A.D.  1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
To Thomas  Mowatt,,  Esq.
All persons served with this notice, j
and those claiming through or unJer
them   and   all   persona   c aiming   any1
Interest, in the said land by virtue of
any  unregistered  instrument, and  all
Alexander Ewen. late of the City persons claiming any interest in the ;
of  New   Westminster.   British  Col-!saj(i ]anu  Dy descent, whose title    is
A
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd.     j
Telephone 101 t
4
������������������������������������������������������������������������4 ��> <���>�������������������������������������������������������������������� ��
PIONEER   COURT   INCIDENTS.
P-rt   and   Es'i   V;-,-*-*     -   r
im �� T .al*.
urt-
-
thp
tho
I
ted    r 1
suallj heralded his
���  "Come In, b. ys    0
-���' io hold court I" t.   \> rdial
Invitation those having hnsta ��� - v
the law responded
\      :hor Sheriff tn Union COW
laudable efforts 60 meet  the requlre-
�� , f the occasion _j shouting out
lingular announcement: "Oh. yes!
oh. yes! Oh. yes!   rhe honorable
is now op med!"
in .   1       e a judge w ho desired to
v bli ;. anting Instructed tin
I erj   fully, laving ilov. a  (he 1 I
ty. but thi
erntiug some hours, found th
ible t.i agree.   Flnall,   the 1 >re nan
rose ..; ,i b ked for I
��� .
��� Judge, this 'ere I   ihe  I " hn
explained    ' . he jury want to kn
that thar a hat you told us was ��� il'y
the lau ,01  on j   |l -t j our notion
Youth's 1 lompanlou
Re Lots I to 9 (Inclusive) of a portion of Lot 01, Group 1, Map 440, New
'/Vesl mlnsl ir district
Whereas pi iot of the loss of Certificate ol Title Number 15715a, issued
In the name of Peter Latham, has
been filed in this offlt -���>
Notice Is hereby given that l shall
the expii ition ot one month from
IMPE
FLOUR
sub-[the date of tho
Rrst publication here-
district in which the jot', issue a duplicate of the said cer-
Entry by proxy may.  itficate, unless In the meantime valid
he  made   at  an  agency on objection be made to me in writing.
editions by the father, moth- C. S. KEITH,
McQUARRIE k CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
The final Ditappointment.
\ "������.:���,-,! n ho m a ��� tomel hin 1 of a
ro irmel ordered a dinner for himself
and his partj which front the menu
should have lxvn \er\ paiillah'e. b if
apparently it was nol so,    Course
succeeded course, and  toward the
end of the men! tin- host could re
itrain himself no longer. He called up the waiter and expostulated,
"I ordered a good dinner, and wo
have waited patiently for some gat-
1 ifai tory dish The soup was n failure, the fish wns a disappointment,
the entree uneatable, and 1 am sorry
to tell you that during the whole
dinner there has hern nothing worth
looking at." The waiter lookei
bled for an Instant and then. 1
ening up, said, "1 f you wail
ment, sir, 1 will bring you tl.e
I trou-
iright-
a mo-
- bill."
F
just
Breathing   Plants.
ants give  off  carbon   dioxide
as n man does when breathing.
Professor J. R. A. Davu
an experiment In which
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofhce, New Westminster, B. (!., Oct. 24. 1907.
NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTER    of the Estate ot
umbia, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, Cnapter 187. that all
creditors and others having claims
against the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
who died on or about the Sth day of
July, 1907, are required on or l.efore
the 15th day of December, 1907, \n
send by post prepaid, or deliver to the
undersigned, their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions;
the full, particulars of their claims, d.i-
ly verified; the statement of their account and the nature of the security,
If any, held by tnem, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentlont d date the executors, John Hendry and John B.
.lardine, will proceed to distribute the
as.-u.vs of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which they shall
then have notice; and that the said
executors will not be liable for tho
said assets or any par; thereof to anv
person or persons of whose claims no-
the shall nol have been received by
them at the time of such distribution.
DATED at  New Westminster
fith day of November, 1907,
MARTIN  & McQ-AR'K-E
Solicitors    for ' John  Hen Iry
John   B.  Jardine,  executors  Ol
said  Estate,
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall be for- j
ever estopped and debarred from se;-1
ting up any claim to or in respict of i
the said land so sold for taxes as pro-
vided by the "Land Registry Act."      j
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re  lot  10,  block   1;  lots  10 and  23,
block 2;  lot S, block 'A;  lots 5 and}
IS, block 4;  lots S ani 21, block 5; [
lots 5 and IS, block 0; lots 13 and
I
this
and
the
fclient Train'Service Between
pgo, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
[ntreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
11 tbe principal business centers of
lRIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES,
[to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
LADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
for Tim�� Tables, etc.. ad-ress
GEO. W. VAUX,
Itant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
jm> 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CMIADIAN .PACIFIC W
f
1
dm .        n        ur  inc. unnnuinn ��"__"���_:������
Iriinlr   Rv   ���finest and fastest
28,   block  7;   lots  6  and  IB,   block
S; lots 4 and 17. block 9; hits 12 and
2a,  block  10;   lots 7 and  20. bloek
11;   lots   I  and  2ti,  i lock   12;   lot 7,
block II; lots 1, 2, :!, 4, 6, 19, 20, 21.
22 and 23, block 17; lots I, 2, 3,  I. ',.
10, 11, 12,  18, is, 19, 20, LM. 22, 27,
28, 29 and 80, block 19;  Of lot  227,
<;. 1, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlll-
cate of till- mi iu t ><-r L033A, Issued   l��
the name oi  William C.  Mitilr 11. has
'i..n Bled in this offke.
Notice is bereti) given thai 1 sii.iii
���1' tne expiration of one month from
���a-- date of the iir.it publication hereof,
issue ;i  duplicate of tho said  cirtill-
cate. unless in the meantime valid objection be made to tne In writing.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tit lis
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 11, 1908.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
B ULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily
9:20   a m
4:35   p m
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt,
Vernon,  Everett, Seattle, Portland
Arrives
3:00
9:55
Pall)
p ui
p in
i ::���,',   p m
Spokane.Sl.I'aiil.and all polntB East
:t:00
p m
9:20   a m
Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport.
3:00
p in
3:00   p ra
9:5T>    p ra
Vancouver
9:20
4:35
a in
p m
12:10 a m
"The Owl,"  between  Seattle.  New
Westminster & Intermediate points
6:20
a m
Leave   New Westmlnstor  for Gulchon    3:50  p. m.      Arrive
Gulchon 8 p. m��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from  .ulchon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE OF THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Dally Overland Trai na 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Diilutb, Chicago, 9t.
Louis    and    all   points   East.
For complete Information,  rates, berth  reservation, etc., call
on "I- address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
H. M. ADAMS, Asst. Traltlc Mgr.
King Stieet.  Union  Station,   Seattle, Wash.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ro  northeast,  half of lol   2,   bl ���'���'-   25,
New  Westininsti r City,
Whereas proof of t" 1 r, toss <>; c< rtlfl-
��� of title dumber 1086A, is ue i lo
the nam.- of Emily Moore Dflmlny, h-ae
��� m Bled In this office.
Notice is hereby given thai 1 shall,
al the expiration of one month  from
tbe date or the first publication le "
of, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, -ril-is in the meantime valid ob
lection be made to me in writing
C. 3. KKITH.
District  Rl gtstr&r oT Titles.
Land  Registry Office. New  Westmin
ster, B. C, January 4th, 1907.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five (fays from the date
of the first, publication of this notice,
otherwise 1 .shall register M, w. Min-
thorne as owner thereof In fee. And
I hereby direct thai publication of this
notice for thirty days iii a dally news
paper published at New Westminster
will lie good an l sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land  Registry office
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia,   this  22nd  day  of  JAO
A I).  1908.
I C, S. KEITH,
District. Registrar.
To Louie R. Bayn*-.
1 describes
a growing
plain is placed in u glass Jar just
targe enough lo cover ft, the jar be-
ir ���: Bealed with a greased glass plate.
The jar is then put in a dark place
for a time, Whon opened b lighted
match plunged therein will be extinguished, showing: thai the plant
has used up tlie oxygen in the jar.
It some liniewiiter 1ms been left in
the jar, it will lie foiunl to have turned milky, which shows Unit, carbon
dioxide litis been given ol! by tho
olnut	
W>-ong Man.
"Ton undor*taiRl���" said the enptala
"that we -rant a serrer.HTj who Is tbor-
oughly nceustomed to managing men."
"Jn tbnt obso," annwerpi! the applicant nadly. "I'm afraid tf_ not me
rou want, but my wife."
Money doei all thing*.* It make*
honest men and tMinvea, fools and phi-
loo-phefa-- Viwr* #**
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 47 and 48, block 2, subdivision
of lot 202, group  1,  New Westminster district  (Port   Moody).
Whereas proof of the loss ot certificate or title number 3290A, issued iu
the name of W. Norman    Bole,    has
been filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid oli-
j, etion be made to me in Writing
C.  S.  KKITH.
District Registrar of Titl s.
Land   fleglstry  Office,   New   Westminster, II. Ci January I,  1908
The  only all  rail  route  between  all
points east, west and south to Ross-
I 'and, Nelson and intermediate points
1S.000 .EMPRESS OF BRITAIN )t4.B0u
H. Po*tr t EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      IOM
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARE3] connecting at Spokane with the Great
TO THE OLD COUNTRY. Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
I 8c N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
. idian  Pacific  Railway for  Boundary
! Creek point-
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with
itage f*vly for Republic.
Buffet   service  on  trains   between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective
tool.
Leave
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 dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent.
Take notice that an application has
'uten made to register M. W. Mln-
Uiorne as the owner In fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to M. W. Mlnthorne, hearing
date the 10th day of February, A.D.
1904, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the city
of New Westminster, In the province
Sunday, November IO, J of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:   Subdivision
Day Train Arrive: 5 0f block "A" ot the middle acre of
All persons eerred with this notice.
j and those claiming through or under!
; them and all persons claiming any interest in the said land by virtue of i
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest in the |
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the eald land so -old for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
-DVERTi-E IN THE DAILY NEW3
9.30 i.n��. .... Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
(2.-5 p.m Rowland ....4.10 p.m.
0.40 a.m Nelson 64s
H. A. JACKSON.
the south half of the south half of
lot 6, suburban block 12, map 566.
You tand eacb of you arj lvquir.d to
*r       ADVERTISE      -W
��� IN ���
T H E      9AILY      NIWS
If You've LOST Anything.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
TAKE NOTICE that application ins
been made to register Margaret Dol>
ble as the owner In Pee Simple, undT
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, hearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1002, of
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province oT British CotnmUa.raore particularly known
and described as Lots 18 to 25, Inclusive, Block 4, being parts of southwest of Section 2, Township lfi.
You and each of you are required
t�� contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
monUi In a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service tkereof.
Dated at the Land Registry offlc*
New Westminster, Province of Brit.
Ish Columbia, thla 29th day of August.
A. D. 1907.
C. 8. KBTTH,
District Registrar.
To Benjamin DongUe, Beq.
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THERE"S    NOTHING   NICER   THAN I t"��
DAINTY
CHINA
��� FOR ���
WHIST PRIZES
���t
H.Morey&Co.
HAVE   A    FINK    LOT.
Pretty Cups and Saucers from 15c up
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
FRESH
EGGS
40c per doz.
******��      +      **      +
Creamery
Butter
35c per lb.
***********
Hungarian
AMMUNITION IS SIKH
BUT GAME IS PLENTIFUL
i
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t-T       ADVERTISE       '**
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS       *~
Flour
$1,75 a sack
***********
Best Navel
Oranges
25c a doz.
CAWELSH
The People's Grocer
Dawson, Jan   !.     Dawson i- in t_��
unique position this  winter ol being I
short on several lin-.-s ol ammunition
No sheila i in be bought in the <bar-1
ket for iIn Savage rifle, ana tin ;���, ...
;sevens]  sizes of oilier  rifles  eotirelj
exhaust d.
The    many    hunters   [or   cu-.tK'n.
moose,   mountain   sheep,   bea|   and
other game In the Klondike annually]
use u large Quantity ofamihuniU-n In
the region tributary to Dawson. Soni" \
<jf  the  hunters  find  tbat  since  they'
cannot get ammunition for their rifles
they will have to make Arrangements
to get other shooting irons or go out l
of business.
The hunters    have- been   making a
heavy slaughter of caribou this winter,'
, and  the  market has  been   well    sup- i
jilied   with  the  meat.    At every  meal |
; in every   restaurant   not  only   i. t'ne j
; mystic   word caribou   written  on  the;
menus, but the more fascinating word:-;
i
I mountain sheep, moose and ptarmigan
; are there with regularity. Such me:its,
lit in some of the cities of the world,
: would command a big price in the eating houses, while h >re the prevailing
charge is 75 cents per order of nioun-
; tain sheep, caribou or moose and $1._">
i for a whole ptarmigan. Native grouss
I are billed at $2.50 per bird.
���-��� *mw
twn__ai!:��iS
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson'��� Prepared W.i.-;. It preserve* nnd brings out Datum beauty of
tin- wood, it produces a rii-b, urtKtic
finish, to vrhtob ilirt und dust will not
adbere. Just ity it and jou will see bow
ii/urL b'-tu-r It Is tlnni any other i-clish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is"A Complete Finish in d Po.ish for All
Wood." Use it. on your Hours ui.d woodwork, ton. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
lor all dimt-uit.' floors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
Pmin-r Treatineot tor Flours. Woodwork
arid Furniture" uud ihes,eiin.-uaralioiisof
PASCO GETS AN   ENVIABLE
RECORD FOR OPIUM DENS
Taooma, Jan.
i ast ii,    for    its
Houses To Rent
Two   New   Residences  on  Brunette  Street,
Sapperton ; convenient to tram.
One 8-roomed, modern, $18 per month.
One 6-roomed, at $16 per month.
 Apply to	
! size, according to the customs depart-
I
; ment here, contains  more and worse
!opium  dens than any other city   In
I tlie-  Northwest.    Customs  Inspectors,
Fred   King   and   Roy   I.  Balllnger  returned to tiieir headquarters here today after making a raid on the opium
joints of that  place and confiscating
I seventeen   pounds   and  200  cans    of
'opium.    Chinese, negroes and whites,
and   In   many   cases    children    were
found in the dens, whic'u were located
In cellars and  underground   conduits.
; The  men   were   half   a   day   raiding,
: and  with  the assistance of the  iocal
officers thty believe the'.' have ridded
that town of the resorts.    The opium
i brought here is of a very bad brand,
1 but will ie sold at auction.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B    C.
Also,
WOOD   DYES
and other
WOOD  FINISHES
I
More Room
Wanted
���for our new  spring stock.    We  purpose selling for the
Next 15 Days
Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishings, etc.,
at Reduced Prices
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
SHINGLE WEAVERS DECLINE
WAGE CUT AND STRIKE
SELLING BOOTS AND SHOES
AT COST
That is what we are doing at our big
Stocktaking Sale
We started this sale with the determination
to clear out $4,000.00 of our stock before
opening our spring goods.
We intend to carry out our determination
even if we have to
SELL BELOW COST
Now, this is a grand opportunity to get
your supply of high grade Footwear.
We say high grade because this offer includes all our best agencies, such as "The
All America," "The Harlow," "Edwin C.
Burt," "Utz & Dunn," "J. & T. Bell" and
"The Doctor Special."
Bellingham,     Jan.     27.  ���   Shingle
j weavers in this vicinity have begun a I
: wage war against the employers   that
i threatens to keep their mills closed ;
i longer t'nan  would otherwise be the I
| case,  unless  some  understanding    is i
; reached  within the  next   few   weeks.!
'. Saturday night the weavers in the em-'
; ploy of the  Morrison  Mill    company
walked  out after  receiving notice of j
: a small cut in their wages. Last week j
; the    union    employees    of   Nicholas
; Jern's mill at Lake Whatcom walked
! out for the  same  reason,   they  say.
! The weavers say they will not   submit to the lowering of wages.
Men's underwear, pants, reefers,
coats, overcoats, suspemders, ties, hats,
caps, boots and shoes.
Ladies' and children's underwear,
night dresses, shirtwaists, hose, lace
curtains, muslins, sheeting, pillow cotton, etc.
It will be to your advantage to give
us a call. Remember this sale lasts for i
fifteen  days only.    See    our window
for prices on groceries.
Kyle & Son
Good Cheer Store
REGINA SELLS BONDS
Phone 276.
255 Front Street.
AT A GOOD  FIGURE
Reglna, Bask., Jan. 26.���The city of
Regina has disused of the whole of
the bond issue which has been on the
market  since last  June.  Amellus  Jar-
| vis & Co.. of Toronto, are the purchasers. The price paid for the bonds
Is not announced, but it is learned on
good  authority  that   it   is  the  largest:
; yet realized In Western Canada.
The council  was so elated at   the
rate offered by Amellus Jarvls th-it it !
decider!   to   dispose   of   an   additional I
hundred   thousand   In   hospital   bonds
which was being held for better mon-
��� ey markets,
BIG  A.-Y.-P.   EXHIBITION
TABOOED   BY   LABOR   MEN
Seattle, Jan. 27.���Members of labor
' unions everywhere are warned by the
1 labor liodles of Seattle and Washington to stay away from the Alaska-Yu-
kon-Paciflc    exposition,    and     have
Goods delivered free to all parts of
the city.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
placed   thut  gigantic project on    the i
"unfair"  or "we don't   patronize" list.;
This action has been taken as a result
of the employment of non-union labor'
in the construction work now In progress on   the    exposition    site.    The
directors   of the  exposition   company
1iave  refused  to alter their policy ln
regard to the "open shop," and as a
result   the   labor   union   boycott  will
likely continue and organized   labor
will have no representation at the exposition.
OUR BIG SALE
 OF	
Dry Goods
Lasts One Week More
���vV,. close our  January  Sale    next   week.     You  cai
for bigger and better bargains than ever before.   Tl I    .
prepaid
togweeft
:i li	
partment    Prices are marked down   lower as the o
list of money saving snaps will clean up all broken b  In even
PotslM)
to clear out these many Items before January 31st.
Velvet Shirt Waist
SUITS
Regular $21.00
Now . . . $10.51
One suit each of myrtli _reen,naij
and cardinal velveteen
and this season's styles, Tl ��� j_tj
'nave been very populai . ad the three
which are left we cleat out
half price. Reg liar ce J.'.!��..
Sale  price     $lo.j)
All Skirt Waist Soils Half Price
Sixteen  only,  Ladies'  Shirtwaist   Suits  of  lustre,    Pai
light and dark tweeds, and other  plain   materials  made  up In styles
which 'are most appropriate tor every day  wear.    We have stil! ai
sizes trom    I to 10, colore navy, green, brown, cnam aai i;-.-;
lar prices $8.50 to $26.00.    On sale at exactly Half Price.
$25.00  for  $'2���
$15.00  for      J7.il
$8.50 tor  H8
A Record Clearance of Warm, Serviceable t
We have just fourteen l.iidies' Capes iu our store ami we win!
cb-ar th<-ni out this week.    They are well made from the   best materials and are heavy weight affording great comfort to the wowt
One Only, Ladies' Black Fur Cape;   regular     price     i2     Salt
price   $1000
One Only, Ladies' Black Sealette Cape; a large Bizi ' cape sit
big*u collar and of extra length, trimmed with fur and : r.ii-i tn.
mings, made of best quality Seal.tte. Regular price $16.50 S-
price  W-25
One lot of Black Cloth and Colored Golf Capes
$3.50 each
A dozen capes and no two alike In the lot. Some ar.- regular pj
capes, others are of plain black or colored cloths.   The regularprWI
were $5.50 to $16.50.    Your choice of the lot for  Wh
18 only, Ladies' Coats, 95c each
Out of a lot of 00 coats which were on sale at this price we t;'nl
IS only left. We expect these few to go before the end of this ��>*j
Regular values were $5.00 to $15.00, the balance to clear at, eacbWl
Reductions of 25 to 50 per cent, on every coat in our stock.
to see them.
Aikl
W. S. COLLISTER & Co,
247 Columbia Street,
New Westmiwiei
REMOVAL
NOTICE
.
W. E. SINCLAIR
.;.           THE           -:-
RELIABLE   SHOE   MAN
Here It Is���
Owner needs the money. A lot 99
feet wide in the heart of the most
rapidly growing part of New Westminster. One block from the car line.
Adjoining lot held at $900. You can
have this one for
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
10 it today.    (Sec. 3-23.)
mrWfPV $650
A \ LIS J U   G) Act qtiit'Ii���do it today.    (
F. J HART & CO.
LIMITED
New Westminster. Chilliwack, Vancouver.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. 0. Ro\ 174
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.       barn  fnone 157
Columbia 8t.
Baggage delivered    promptly to *_t
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
 -_.   .OfJIeo���Tram Dtpct
F. CRAKI
English Watchmaker j
7ux>   door*   from   Ceo. Adami, W*
I  Ladles'Qold Watches from *127"-
!  Gentlemen's   Silver   WatcB6>, ^1
face, 16.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,
j case, $7.50 up. ,
j  Agent for the celebrated SowL-
1 Watches, supplied   to   tbe   " . ���
; Ar-tic Expedition.    Ml warranw
j  Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., i',c^
i   Watch   repairing;    charges re
i able.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer
of
Mineral Waters, Etc I
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade ��� Specialty-
Tel. IIS. Office, ilgMj
NEW   WE8TMINSTEB.  ���
Btrt

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