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 White. Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
s i\\ \\ E5TMLNSTER. B. C
JAN 241$;.. |
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N? ���     ���   BST-UNSTOR.   B.  C   THI    - . . -. s  n .Ji
MDOS&f MATTERS     GYMNASIUM OPENS
INFORMALLY DISCUSSED   WITH DIE CEREMONY
N.
_  ion k   Place   XwojAtMetk ElallWiU  Im Open
ais in Field Meets with Nights a Week to
Enconragement City V ntfas.
SPEAKER RESERVES
DECISION ON MOTION
IM i-*
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INACTIVE fXtti+HVt   'AS MRMROLS S1411
:.?  ..       :,.r   ol Vlce-I   ��� - ���
Mjir.i.v trom tin   ��� ������ ��� . . -
I  L. a. In Yancouvei Ian
islaaai ol Importance ��..-
I a   Iwam  iu  posse.-si,in ol
:.     ruaf    .'��� ��� un
Hawthornthwaite'* Rcaclution to Ini peach Lieut, GoxefM.
Dunsmuir Temporarily Stalled---.Standing t'mmmittrrs.
Appointed���One Lone Letter Placed on 1 aKIe,
]\ :.'-:.;��� :>pvwv>-o:-\ ...::, Kff.M-ni  A ���-���..������. >���������.������  Wsig^l
D >\st fart;*-.': ��� ������:. Ma*        \.-J.:>e Campaign Against
D  wud'a S;V<v:-
". .���v.v,]d> Air.vitieR
-��� ��       .       ;...- ' i
��� -���    ��� ,i>     . ��� . ..-: 	
������-���������.....���
- cUfemu with      N ������ Jen   2.     \.   ;]���.!   apt-tag
I -  ��� ���    -  thai  �������� a <��� ��� .:������> :���...���   ...mi   Jofea Ott    R' ��� ...    v.*. k&!    w
��� . ��� ttei la c-arci  ol ~*i       avians.  Babitahed tall ���   ������ 	
��� - ������        Dr. 8 . |Ma*d the ''"   Wc Id  in  O.i,   i     ,,m    !iei\��<en ���   ���-        v..
Dav< <     H< ���....
IjHn  'it        ��� ������   " ���-   .......
���   '������-  ��� -���	
| ., base to be read   to      ������ -��� ���--,-.     w assembly secretary ot sta , .,   | . ���,-.:    I Mi
|,...        -   efore 1 :-:ness can be tran.--  ob ������'������ t* <<f the now Institution,  ��� ���'��� ��� not and eaqalred wh\ ih<���>   I     	
.r.formai discussion of the  sb   - ..    i     a. it would I   open   to  H(:i' bo  included in tin retvneot tJw
D :.:.-. .-. .���.-:- affecting :  the citj  on    (our
D . -.:ue were diseassedTb. the   aighu ...      Monday,   Toes
r, UTea d( the different clubs lay.    Tie
I . ��� oaring to tlie absence ol  i>ri:- muo-i  Professor    Davl
resident,  no  resolution. 01   BOa    * ���    ��� - ���  -. on  tbe
���>��� re- passed or adopted. Instil and its benefits
: ..   ,:.:.���  Item of interest    settl d      Tbe ''������'��� event of th ng vrua
. .- (hat Mar, Ban- and F.   .1.   �� Uskei all match between the col
i .;!(!  form  ;j  deputation    to   '��S'' Juaior. and Ihe Vancouver Y. M
x ������   Victoria In the near future   ���'���  A  Juniors, the ronm      emerging
,o purpose of discussing wiih la-   victors   b)    a    scon  ol 2. ;:      Bn
husiaBts of that    city    the  thuslasm nan high as the vis tors miss
ed shot after shot In thi first hall
and the "Rah, Rah, Rah" boys fllled
the basket of their opponents over)
few moments, At halt time the Bcore
stood l6-5for the home team, ihe
victors became somewhat excited with
their success with the commencement
of the second half, und the V. M, C. V
boys having become better acquainted with the nature of the baskets,
the count began to i vi o up, the Vancouver men making twelve to their
Oppom nts seven.
A relay -ace botwesn teams representing the college and the Vancouver Y. M. (',  A. result,mI  in an easy
 ���
���-.,.��� ���       ��� ���         V, lV���      . ���.      ���         -.- .: .    ,     .   ,       ,   ,-.  .
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leWgll            . . . '.            . ^_fe- o  ��-,.������ ������   ������   -          wen
���  ������-  _e*J_r. I #W*_e_      ���                 -������.���       'i--
vj.w   .          .,,'SV,. -.     ,...,., t ������        ������      ��� *1 *  ��mv..     ,.   .-..��,���������n.���-.=   "  ������ . n   Wi!',
1   .,,.-.     ���....   . ......   ..... .;i.    ,..-... ., ,-*re,\   to   |HereV-r.    o!
���-,.  mt  ,v,.   .%....,.    .��� ���...-,.- ti.v.i M_d tfiie l-J_n#) Hu>f6r*��� _._
 B_   "������������ ������ ���*   -..���'.iMn iri^ l'i>ile>,l P'"��� =     ;'���
���'"�����"���'     ���'  ������ ������������ ���     ������   =������-<,-���--���������: fl,.-.>v. ..-.���.. tidtte.
 i! I.    ...   ������
"   :' >,-'���..;��� ;u e   brougtll  >ie�� -a   \este,     x- ),i>��.        \....i..��
-���'���  whk    -    .--:. lol  i siiij-le letter   Mackaj   I!   .-       ������������     ��������� ���      w* . . ;:.   ^.\^-.-.   ,he  1--   re9-iW*MB _eWWM-ei        ���      ��   -  ���
th<    .��� itenant-governoi  to Hob   v<     '���   ������ ���   >   "     s^       '-^-   ��� ���   ��� ���������   Vict*   a ,,-i.���,.-..   which he ite    ���      I ���   d-������ 4 ��� ���-  ->   ������ __m tr-Weie! ������������'lv
tion rhat a club from the capi-
|i ild enter the senior i ague this
The trip across the gulf is  t-j
| ��� rtaken   before  March,  as   an-
��� ting of the B. C. A. L. A. is
t. iti . to take place early in that
b. ��� the object being to arrange details in connection with the   coming
I te   :
suggestion    th.it    ..a.-    been
pirown out by the members of Van-
mver clubs  that  New   Westminster
ai I this season place two lacrosse
ams in  the league is ihh   received
tth tavor locally, the prevailing op-
pion being that, while this town c:in
iul    it one winning team, the placing
it   t,. Tat;. ��
The   Squirming   Majority
l'hat the government i- verj uneaaj
under th   protonged attack le demon
s. J ated   bj    i   BOtlce   ill   tin    CoU ii I
Mai a grand Conservative rati}   ��l i
be  hold  on  Kr..i;>   ui   which  the  nun
isic!-. will assem !<��� in foroi  and ej
I la i)   :.i   ir  constitutional   ;'i"-i!i,in     I i
suuportera,
Stuart Livingston ol Vancouver, ia
here Ba counsel foi the Nicola Valley
railway lull, lie say, w is the Inten
ti ni in I nil i the line Inimedlat ly.
Had g.    ..,tv   M��i.i.Mv4i.r<- -.-���.-���i GttnSio (---ptn-enl Wtte ltd ivifinm,
' ������'      ��� ���       ,....., on   M.n.i,, .- . . And   .1<rnv>nd<M   ihn   < -,    ������ ���������������-^   :���������,
Macka)    M.ii.i  ������      Schod "-;- I   p. '.. ���    ,',,i.'H-,i    ,,,-.c= .._.... pvnmen'  ei-e.-iflim ��n fMlh time limit
1 OliW        ���������     \; lie   .i|ij'eMn������   )p;v|pi ���-   -. <v.     .- w^taltt W_i��k BeijU-fil ffittM ^rtt-U-B ik
x'   ���>    ��� glvi       >   tin     >\  ft irlt e-tracU I -���������������    ���  ��� . ' " ,���>" oi   tBne-_lio_  |^f-vi-t_i anaiiin
i        .aiai.. im,     ������ v,\).:-. -,,���,..���,,,!   -. ���    .    ��� i... .    . ,.,i���m,)p,p   revef-al   _!   '"'������
       ���      ��� :    Ol    ������K>,u      ,.       ���   ,      lm ,,,iu<ni.    Stl   ���-;--.���....    ;,.      '; -lt-t_ttS    IM'd    MVI.-i,-. --    o!    ;11-     B-lstt-i
��� ������'(!���  i    nn      ��� i;.-----i,-,.: ���.:,,    .  ,,   i,,, B-ystenl) the re8tor��ti-_ to the BatiWa
li in      s  Qreenwood eilj watarwOrk.  ���.. . ,    ...  :.,-,.mine ib W'lnl ������' ,i,ti'  rigftts anii til. aBfoSation ���"
���-������;.'��� i   amend the i'npi\ ftw     Mi    Bpeaker*.  _e.lei��n oa   >���.���( slaverj aftd force. |_bol
Bumni.tt) .-.uni. i ,>a ,��. i   ii,   :, hi in  b   Hawthernt-walre*.    ������>,..-.,-.. jVholfcei    resoiulittB   �����>'- *\t&\    it
Bel  |tv-en to-tlj', bui i= exii I belgiuW     lid^l   hbl    ->a.-r'   |___   g
i.'iu.Mi.nx      -miM,,,!,.,,       \,,     accural -���>>�����>-    ill.   BriUft-     -���'>,,..,���.,,,      j,
��� ���������''-!   .'f his  4-Bleioh  Ig avali hit "a<! ^"i-ii0'!    Bfeftll    _l ��.���>.���,...    ,i...
win tor the college by an eighth ot
���Mind twelve in the field would ��� h,l>- The winning team Were K
: ��� tn the weakening of the p'res- White, E, Meredith, Curdy and nun
di  aggregation, and  would  not    in  ham.
;..-   ���> ;,   tender to increase the    in-      Between these events a squad fr   anticipated,
���     taken locally in the sport   of ��&* visiting V. M. C, A. men gave ox
The matter was not   dis-  hibltlttns of athletics  to  the  accom
���i yesterday evening, but It   is  panlment of music.
lie to predict that New Westminster 	
111 imi attempt to place two senior
ams in the field during the 19us
ason
A proposition was advanced Inform
��� bj President Barr Last night that
��� t season series of games of ��11-
1 yers,  one  team    from    each   over Victol'la  ,ur  s"""' ,i,,|('   i|i,st   ''  ernment ftnd lUggosted  thul
DISASTROUS HEAT
WAVE  IN  VICTORIA
Melbourne, Australia,  .Ian.  ...���The
heat  wave that    has    bem  centering
Dowser's   Painou*   a ll.
Victorl i, .ian. 13, Th ��� tir-i Bow iti
bill occupied the legislative assemblj
almost exclusively yesterday uftor
noon, To begin with the government
brought down the return, asked for bj
eh    Oliver,  nl   all  documents  111  cm
aection with the reservation, said rs
turn  consisting  of  I   single  letter     to   Ol   State,  01   ani
Mr, Tat low from the lieutsnani gover 'H""'-  lo referehi
nor Inlnlining  hlin  thai   he  would   re
serve the bill,   The dsbal ���   on  Mr
Macaonald's amendmenl to   tha   ad
dress was nol continued on the lints
Mr,    Hendarsor.    wh i
OUghl to have riHimieil It. was In IU
posed, rind    the   government    put    up
Di   McQuIre ami Mr. Maofowan    lu
meet   the emergency.    The  rmiSer, at
ter ihe usuiiiiiiiig ui Ottawa, proposed
thai the money coining to British Oo
luniiiiii on the "hetier terms" noooutii struot tl
ju i   th
ijiMii.   .   iBSUtutcs    .i,i     ib-     ij   r
\eiei in   ��� \   ;,, |      | |  id,   ,-. v, line- ;,, I
JuM   Oer    I iIIIf   I tllfi
\i  (lu   onl ni-i--   Ol  the siillng ol  Ih
.   ��� mull the i>"iu.. i iii.i .m i \n ii i,
tin  i.di,,wing return
ft) an i" del ol I In House foi a , '\"
ol all letters, teleanami oi otliei com
-lunlcatlo&i between the gOTerttftieht,
<u .on nietnii" i thereof, and ah) otriei
pi i ion bi  pei ������ ui -. and between   the
Cbftgb Ihaeuehueht Btate n�� a bafnll
.,,,=   ol-,|.       v 1,1,1,   1,'i.fll    |J,l,.,i,,     .-.   ���
I,,   ,.-.,,,ui,!,...      ,,,,|   ll,,.    lelllol,   ,.-,M-pftt.
meat ��'i-aii netMi in."*.. ,.,',,,...,���..,i ii..,,
���nil     in..-,. I. ,.,���,...      SjitB      tlie   'iL-'llo   ���,
BHtisn IUUj_.il In i|ip I'mts'i i=-in nn
'"*""'   l:l"  r?   The aeadte   will trieadiy _ei and thai m -i-iuffeaa	
resume this aftefaooa after five weeks   i��� nu, 6ong_ lavolviai the se "
al daii  of ��i it ine.
I ANCABTErt   BILL
BEFOW6   THE   SENATP
II- ���iilenanl .m, iii���,   and   l lie   ���e,i,tni    ��'H<"" "">��� "<     II   will  plolifllili  lahe U|!   ,,f   l��,|u = |,   |,,,oapc,c,|(,nf,   ���-|||     gf     ��n,
Inline,n-.ii, i\   i^noHfiter'fi  hill  lm     tae  prWIOd
in,ii.-., ii,,ii ,,f railway   ero~.iug_   la
cities,   loWUg  mid   vlllfl_��=  Hii.Mioimni
nl   II
IISHI'UI
bill  No
The
ilea person oi pei
In  the   wll.ihel.Uu!-:
if   (lie   Ueufli|l!in( 8���l,i
HO, ti lllofl nf ll'UT:
Mr,I   ,,l    \|,,il.   LBOTj
Tho    r-~biUudi.S   arp Inlended    tn
eti-eagthea the haafli af iii Bdwafd
the   Peniliiiun.     The   HIM   ha=    ilp-fl-h    ,j,c,     u,0   u.iilol,   i������.ie���     ���,.,.,,,���,,
 -" U��wu8_   the   -eatffleas   three ���!,., )0 ���>,h awaitiai B".flh	
lime,..   bUl  llflB 4je��U   rejei'lell hi     the   ,,v  i|,p  llolelmi ce ,������ ,���   ������,,    t)...
Senate each time   The tjefsiBteai-\ oi ehaaibei befefe iatefveaiai
the ii'iupe however, inay Laduoe the
genate to pass it
lei I, oi the House bo omit!
should be spenl on armored erulssm the tame from the list of bills to v/hie"
by the Domlnloa government;   urged  i win give my _ssent al Ihe BWroga
the claims of local option <m the goi   tion of the legislature   i   have   the
a-,   an lion,,, in be.
\i fJoveiunieni Houae,
VI. l.'llH.    II     C
l'e| 'HOIIilll
Dear Bir,   i uotlce thai bill <n<>. 80)
entitled "An mi lo regulate Imnilgra |
nop into iiriii��ii Columbia," \m v��-' "MtM "" ''|o ',?," '" ""i'���-'', ��",w-
e,i its third reading PVf"' eve Inp ""   M"uip..mii-
"i would be glad ir vim would id ll8Wfflei before the bar of the Houae  officer, miviseii that the be_fd ia��iH
P Cormitiiiionsl Right. "" 8 eetiPfBl vacelii'illmi. Spveial new
H*mllti'ii.    Ian     2s1     Al    a   speeial
inppllne of the liomd _{ !tf=-:i't'��  vpatei
day fiftpniiinn tb -iStlUfl. Hip snin'heli
ollmatliin.  Hi.  niihe>!9.  mpil'eal :,, ���>��',
Mr.   Mel'l,l!M���= . n,��.  |BlmnlP|  .,���<i|t,|   ,,99PS w,5,'p 'P!""fp'l ��>"' ""��� UtlMtfteii
������ih,���lM.-=  I..  Show   th&l   Ihe  llp.iteii   '�� ''P'-"'"1"6 ^""��whflt alarming.
led   Hele'il     wil bin     his
I
Bi
arranged for competitive
metlme in Bepemberor Octo-
This will be further discuss,,I
re meetings. Present at last
session were F..). Lynch, C, A.
and A. W. Gray, of this city,
M. Barr and L. Yorhe. or Van
I ended, hut   it   luis   left    disastrous ather Interests had lobbies the peopl
: effects In its trail.    Vast bush fires should have one. too.   Mr. Macgowan
are  raging In  many parts,  destroying electrified  the Hoiim, with un SOCOUDl
hundreds of homest, ids anil thnviten- of the conditions obtaining In Vimcou
ing many townshipn,     The suffering vei owing to the arming or ihe orlen
of homes and cattle has been terrible tlals, und denll out to hiu own pint.
1 and  the settlers have  lost   heavily  In
live stock.    More than    one    hundred
deaths  from  BUnstroke  have  been   n
Yum obedient servant,
(Signed)     IAMBS hunhvhmii.
yeutenant fJovernor
ih., Honorable the1 Anting Preffliei
��uii gnvprnor
e'lnMHiitkmn! ilahts In ippervlne (h1-
IImwbmi I,ill He wa* hIiswpiri,|p mil
in thai House, imi lo Hip g��Vemtll��lil
Of I'lllliel,,
Mr. Hiawthoriitbwaife said thai ihe
COOKING   DRIVES
MANY  MEN  TO  DRINK
ported, and thousands of persons are
seriously ill fiom   the   effects of the
heal.
,���!,.,  .Ian.  21.���That    women
ei:;.   thaa  they   drive  their
i drink was tha statement
��� i Is ���   by   Supreme    Court
1 en anm, in an address at
it Technical school for girls.
b ���   excellent   work
the school, the Justlc ���
a .:.-.:,.   tjie cooking is tu
gilt ��� i be, particularly
���    -    whei ���  nature
nil With    all    that
e foi     es   conditions as I
���    the average woman knows
���   : Ig,     The   CO
I  ������ .   are  nourish-1.1    im-
��� mage earner, the bread
���oes  nor   receive  th->  propel
i "-   tins.    I have n<> dooM
K
meu .go to saloons ar night
Are   Improper!
Football   Meeting.
The members of the New  Westminster Football clu i held a special meet
ing last evening'in tbe ixjani of trade
room for the purpose of arranging the
matf is of  the  club  and  deciding on
.     .,--   ;.,,    Oiir,   v.,---',..      II, ���   me -,ing
i    Ided  to send a represenustive   to
tbe -- o< ral meetin. ol  the le igoe 11
V incomer on  the  27th   Inst,  naming
Tim    M ibone      ,     t_iel      : legate.
,; i  ..--  irere arrange I    foi    Bat inlay
with the  ...   ���     .'���-'���     to   'n ���   ,r"-
. r-np. and a a de tnati b srlt i    i
CoqniUam tram, which bj commnnkfl-
tion requested a gams.   Mayoi Keor]
BS   the  dob's represenuri.e    In    the
sesies for the People's shield, its   re
quested to attend their meeting* and
use his influence to have one or rnor:
��� ���   -   ���;���.-
home.''
MARKS LEAD
USr-CR TO LOCKIP
r of the gnmea played In this city. C*P-
rain Lock, of tbe Borers, read a v*xr*>
graph from the Jfews with reference
to the iseeting and a. possible change
of eapts-a owing to We*Jo_ in the
team. While ir nais adnrfttsd Ibat the
News wsa JasgiSed in publishing the
irem.  owing te  sows hot. words that.
��� ������ ' >   OS   .1-   W-BWBS   t-     lll��
--���"   ->^;r.:���M.!..tm oi <KU Of
��� -  -I -ed   iBJ-O-   r.hier.j.   u-
���   % Ft. depot yenllewl j.y
��� ���<������. ifeiser. ,,( r.he    o.ir.y
-'���: ��� n-i-iT a:-- :���:.  I   [rwiu,
��� I    :���'      . \ i    i.i- _   , ���   and
n.nd. pa   ���",:   ������ ' "a membtn* ot we
..,:     yet the cteft wa^ M-wed   f^':""^u. ,,���,.,. ,  ,���.,.,������ ���:,
���  nnsa no tot, nion of DWkiag  m.v
._iaax�� in r.1!'-   |.,reMenr. ma m i Ke men r n-f
'.-Hill.
Wmnip-g  Joint Terminals.
the first woi,i   of criticism in co&nec
lion  with the BOWiet hill  lo le helirl
from Hint side of the Hou'ie this sen '
slon.     Mi.   Melnnl'i   diSCUSSSd     j in ii > i
gratlon and  lbs  war  wage I oa orgoii
Ized laiioi b) milling companies In the
Interior, and made a high]) significant
statement si to the evasion of t'ne
laws by tbe corporations iu 'h- Koote
nays.
Mr.    Mauri)    in     i    sUOtl    puttgen
speech, urged that British Colombia
was al r/resent undei bb absolute m-"
aiehy.     Then     Mi.     I la wt horn Hi wi it
wjih < iil'l  on  lo  mov,-  |,u  resolution
Impeaching the lle-teiMtnt-goveTrror
He had but iiegun when t'.ic pointg '-
order bristled from tbe governown
benches 'ih'-n- (olkrwed a brilliani
de tat   In > blob tbe SocisMsi   lesdi
pleaded hi--, privileges Wfttl marked
restraint, arid  address.    Three,  lending
speakers an 'he ireasttr; sid" hurled
ftiithoTltiea at hi* head for half ar,
hour, Mmif of them beiflg^dSXters
caught and returned.    Th*'.n the I.  -
ai oppoeitio- came ���>��� Haoaitoo's ������,
u.sunee and the governruenr was
made aware that the resolution w,as to
u-. a metre serious matter than it. bed
inagUad. The decision Oi rhe sp*\ik
er was resenred
Standing Committaes
business done    Act  r/> anVTid    ���
|M jv-r   act ro aiTien.l railway usaess
ment   art    lau;,   and   ft__    i&
Otttbs arr. read a tost rime.
a--
follows:
Ciiiiimitie,' M railways ��� Messrs
ftfjfts, .Vfefiuii'e, H'ayWiiii'd. Sh,;itffn'd
-DfifOtt, .Vfcfhlllips, Hunter. Oar len
Fiehnsen. 'i ay lor. Cl-ranf. Parson. Man
soin,  .lanline,   f-fendei'son, Kins,  M*��
Sicilian  disabled.
Halifax N. B., ian. 22--True Allatt
line pl^tner Slelll-an, CapHin Catnp-
IipII, sis flays out from _��htlladelphifl
for IjIvpiikioI. via St. johiis, New-
rouiel. efline unexpeetedly into port
this afternoon, with her steering p*ar
damaged.    She was caught in o Hurr.-
eoiirse
Dr,      Meliuiie.      Viiiicouver.     n = k>"il ii-solut'ou  (lid  not  Buy  (hut  Iho   MtiUSe
leave io introduce a private bill   to should dismiss tfte   lietitefleat-govei
enable the Dominton 'i mst eompftn^ ,,'m. bul thai m shouid ifaue_-h him
to get as trustee a_4 egeotttoi There was aaethei Bhafp, thai   the Bt^Inf��M��sw��*i��  he:
Bills  Inlroducad. H' Htdflatli govpiiue   had he-on     mi-iflg
Two bills were lnirodS-ed    ,��� me_ hlfnaeif up wiiii Botitraeta,   He imd a
.ige .-md rend a first time,   or these bill to tastes, ihe settlefs' iiehis let
��� ne raises the taxes en eoal from five whish  could   affoii   the   lieutettatit
to ien eenta a ton and other amends gotefHOf's pfifftte Ifltetesis,
Napoleon to the Front.
Will
N w
the railway a-ss ssment ai so .,j to
Wom��n May Not Stnok��.
New York, ian. 22.-���Wome ,
��� not bo permitted to smol<p in
York restaurants and Other public
places. This was definitely
for the present at l'-ast by th board
of alderrnon today when the ordin
orKp declaring against women Bmok-
Ing in public places, which had : < en
presented  by   Abb ra an    timothy    P.
B.C1.R. CONTRIBUTES TO
VANCOUVER'S REVENUE
Vancouver, Jan.  22.���The    percent-
\.i..    -,.;,       ian     :.     Mai e'n/ie   ��
'  ', ',     .,       ,-      v-���fh^m   ana thoimt.hwaite,   N'.ade.n, Brewster.   Y'ii's-   charges were brought.
���   if-ftalag,- Badly',, n-��_��t   vi im,   of the Ca nadSaa Northern, mm ".,,'.                                          .       .            .     ..      ,. .          ,,
,, ..-        ,        ...      ,                                        .,������..,, a rnmir Cstr ion,  'i>��leson, Kergin and Hall.             ed that the premier himself bul use i
'��� ���     ���   -       UI   B_��  "o:!..,       ta   .    |,,ivm  md   Vbira-'.  of trMild  luinit  r*- ,,__��� ,      ., ,, ,���i,i,    ,pr t
,.,,,���,,                                                                 ,               ... , ,.,.   ,|K, Com-miffee on mining'���Mes-srs. Shut-  l.ingmige   in   that   House   with   ict-i
iiicoiuier. ,,jfl(.   1,^,1 ;1  ronfevi-mce hftre ron    in��- 	
. ,. ���   ,    ,                                                        ,.          ���,,,,,,,   -������  th�� ford. Tiavlov. Ross, Oant, Parson, Mac-  enoe to .loaepli Martin which was die
_ ���                                r_T__               ���. ��� r���. r��o mad-will Iwv,   S<'io(ield,    .fones,    Hall,    King, - respectful, almost disreputable, it was
'���      -vnh   One  act.-.a,   appear    joint. t��rminai <vhic.h r,h.- ���w,, i o*na win .,                                  ' _.   ,                    ���i..,,,.,i ,    t,    .i, . t�� n,���   lieatenant-
,   .,,���.,        ,                                                  .     ���..     ,._���.   .,���,,   ���i��i,.ii  it N'adeny Henderson and Eagieson.           aHiml to say that it tlie   lieannaui.
"    n��rl!, mid na.i   . not heei   eanat.ructi   n  WTiuni'pes,  saw   wn.-cn  n- i -        ,,.,.,       ,i���. nninmon
,-.'-,,   ,     ��,,���    ,-omDlete. Commit te-.; on   agiricuture���Messrs.  governor broke the law, ihe common
"a'     iiioo   ttioflt,   which   is  i-e-onijn-'d,  will   i.e   m<i��r.    t.onipjf-w. ��                               ,-,���_,    ���, ��i,l��       ^_i,   ,         n  -,- nut  it
almost   com- Eli:son,     Par;o-.i,   arant,     Hayward, law,  nothing could  be said   < out it-
,    .-���    he-ii earl-   in I Munro, yorstan and Bagleson.. .          |He bad gone about this Impeachment
,.        ,.,,.,���!   in,  wmdt will heS1, ea,l��� Co_iia)lrw<s   w          ^   m   ���-,   i:1 the  most mcHl, rate way.    He    in-
j sprln"-.  .
;,ermlt      Hi"    lie,i!e���>iui g'lveui',,      iii       M,    lto:��js<-r  said  there was no pre-
- mi n't j io gnani railways _di yet eon cedent for the pfsesedisg prtrpos*- in
��� ���ruetel   evrmptlOtl  from  taxation   fo, tiie   re-OlUtiO-      'Ihe  legislator*.     hud
l��n  Jfaars     The     l.ill     tO am-nd     tbe ni> COHtrOl  over  his  lio-ior.    Mr.   How
.libs' act, Which   '/u else read S flfSt Set read S number of aulhorifies, and
:,iic. atflbodifits I   IMi >rr,>i|  rone,- Hf(f,r ;,<,intirig out thai his hill luavl Mi
ion. been retee.,   is SUM in t_e ie.-<d���.  S-��t__ Was adopt. <
hr.   MetJuire.  Vdri'-onv��T.   rontinued rj/.n.  but  reserved, went  info fho    de
:ei,,,te ���n thf. g_dr��ss\ Si-s o- the i^loiiier ed-e,
ImpMchmsnt   Stalled. Mr.   Hawthornfhwa'te   asked   if     IS*
Vlr    HaWtbOT-tbWMtU  "-se  to  tHOte tU��l*e had rwt the privilege of asking
dm reeefatkra Inpeac-ing tbe Me,pe,, -> &mtmtt general to rsttfwte   sw
Dt-goterrtKn    Be   bud ttiH M-t��_ed, �������-!__*
mid, to a speaker who had poteted Delta  l�� Hcsrrl Fr��m.
,;'  that   they   ��(�����,  confrorifel   b/    9       Vlr.   Oliver   BS-d   Ihe   OomrrKms   was
ISls   ���! -oielition of affairs Web thai 'he great repres-ntarive inquest of the  age  paid   the city  by the  BrltiSl   &
.1  bfhlgfog ia  (bis  r*S0hrtl--  f*e  tWs nafiori.    The government had asserte i   lumbia  Klectric Raiiwny company  for
shtfog  for  (oTisrifaf <>nai  rights  and Ihe right to pass rhe Ftowser dot,    He   (WI   under  tlie  terms Of  iis    agrSe-
Ibwrttog > *8mm*4  that if. had thut right.    The  ment.   amounted   to $10,378.    la IffOti
Language  Objatted t-o. representanve of  rfi.*>  cr.iwn   hud   de    rhe amount received from this sourc
Tfte t,.erri'e,  caM"d attentkm to sec riled that right.    If  was constitutional   was $10,-00, the increase for last veai
on   i:> of t'ne    oaths'    a-ct, in  Which usage atKl  common    sense    that    the   being over  $6000  or.    approximately,
.rovision was made aiainsr the u - ��� ' ' party suffering the  injury  must   seek   64  per cent.    As the  percentages an'
.ffe-nsive  words in  reference    to   the flw remedy,   ff the people were not to   based on the earnings of the compaay,
officer holding the position of lie,pen- iwssert their rights where was respon-   the advance In the payments ye    the
nf. In view of the language in   which sible government '.'   What dal they as-   city marks the advance in business i t
'his resolution was couched he asked semble for?   ft was   competent   find  the company's lines In the city,
I   the speaker to rub' whether it was in proper for that House to lay these mat       The total also marks an un-Mipeted
nVd��r.    He pointed particularly to the. tens' before the governor-general. addition  to last year's civic revenue
words  "raid  hims. If open    to    grave!     Mr. Macdonald, sneaking from recol-  account,   lu the estimates $10,500 #a#
- i.pi>k,n." The honorable gentleman lection, said he believed they had the set as the figure for 1907, but the
had trflnsgressed. lie though,, In: right to memorialize the' governor- council, in its desire to make both
framing the resolution. general.    The   legislature    had    OSe j ends meet, enlarged this figure to $12,-
Even McBride Has Sinned. j right to impeach, but not to as* for: 000.   Even this latter figure has been
Mr.    1 fawthornthwaite    said    that removal.    The motion  was a proper | exceeded by nearly $4000
these    words   did    not   apply    when. one.    It   might  have    gone    beyond j    The December payment, of tlie eorn-
'��������::', -.v ni ��� -utsing a  r���>a,.,  ie��* msw ''";";i
lie remember
bounds, but the House had a right to j pany    amounted   to    $2,1:14.45,    the
deal with the question. i largest ever made in a sinsie month
Premier Blames Ottawa. i For a portion of the month the-returns
The ptemier Interposed ��to insist j were so large that the company, foi
that tlie hill had not been vetoed, but; the first time ln its history, reached
reserved, which left it to tire authorl-ithe point where it pays the elt^y five
ties at Ottawa. ! per eetite,oH;tte aa.:d^_Ig^'-:'
The K)i*ak:-r intimated that this being a very important matter he would ! on whic^'^l
reserve his .decision,
Tbe total aaraia��a of ^gptrany
I city this yewrtaceived a
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FOR
WESTMINSTER
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GREATEST SHOE
Johnston's Alteration Shoe Sale Commences to
Move TO-DAY-and Watch It Go!
Our store has already commenced to feel the effects of the great alterations now under way���the brick-
k layers and carpenters are here and are rushing the work of improvements with the greatest haste so that
we may be in readiness soon to receive our immense Stock of Spring and Summer goods, some of which are
already piled up at the freight sheds here. While the work of improvement is on, we are busy also. Our
stock has been torn from the shelves, tied together in the old fashioned way, and placed on rows of Bargain
Tables, plainly marked with BIG YELLOW TICKETS, each bearing the regular together with the Sale
Prices. As we stated in our advertisement yesterday, you can buy your shoes from us at exactly WHOLESALE PRICES, and in many cases much below. REMEMBER, TOO, that when you buy here, you get
a selection from the choicest stock of Shoes that money can buy. We have no old stock; we never allow old
stock on our shelves.   NOW, we will just tell you about a few of the lines, together with prices.
It's a Pity���But We Must Do It!
BARGAIN TABLE *%o.  1.
Geo. A.  Slater's  "Invictus"  |6.00  Patent leather Bluchers, for  $4.00
Geo. A.  Slater's  "Invictus" $6.00  Patent Leather Button Boots, for . . $4.00
Marsh    "High    Merit"    $6.00  Patent Leather Bluchers, for    $4.00
BARGAIN  TABLE No. 2,
Women's  $4.00 to $5.00 American  Blucher Cut   Boct3,   Vicl Kid and Gnu
Metals;   all  Goodyear  Wei.s,   for    $3.00
Women's   $4.00 College  Cut "McCurson Broi." American Shoe, for .. $3.00
BARGAIN  TABLE  No. 3.
Marsh  "High  Merit"  Men's $5.00  Velour Calf Boots, for    $3.50
Mrarsh "High Merit" Men's $4.50 Fine Kid  Boots,  for     $3.50
The Keen Shoe, a Special line of $4.50 Men's Shoes, for  $3.00
BARGAIN TABLE  No. 4.
A host of Women's $8.00 Fine Kid Lace Boots, for  $2-00
60 pairs of our best $.1.50  Women's rine Lace Kid Boots, for   $2.50
60 pairs of Women's Boots, Some Button, Some Elastic Side, regular *2.50
and  $;i.0n  goods  for     $1-00
BARGAIN TABLE  No. 5.
200   pairs   Women's   $2.50   Box   Oilt" Winter Boots, for
$1.50
BARGAIN TABLE No. 6.
100  pairs of Geo. A.  Slater's  "Invictus" Shoes, Sonic Brown Winter Calf.
Others  DuU-Bak  $5.50 and  $6.0 0 Boots, for      $4.25
BARGAIN TABLE  No. 7.
Six Dozen pairs of Men's $3.50 and  $4.00 Medium & Fine Boots, for $2.50
BARGAIN TABLE  No. 8.
One Whole Table Full or Boys' Boots  Reg. $2.00  to $3.60  Lines,  for  $1.50
BARGAIN TABLE Uo. 9.
A Table Full of Women's Fine Patent  Leather  American   $4.50  and     $5.50
Boots,  for   $3.50
BARGAIN TABLE No. 10.
A Table Full of Our Very Best Women's   $3.00  "Fox's"     Patent     I^eath.-r
Party Slippers,, for    $2.00
BARGAIN TABLE No. 11.
Women's $2.00  to 2.75  Strap  Slippers  Suitable for Ordinary House or evening Wear, for   $1.50
BARGAIN TABLE No. 12.
200 pairs Nurses Boots, sizes 11  ts 2   $1.75  to $2..",11  values, for       $1.25
200 pairs Child's Good Serviceable Lace and Button $1.50 Boots, si?, s 3 to
T,  for       95c
See the Baskets Full ol Bargains Scattered Throughout the Store.   You'll Wonder
How we Can Sell Shoes at such Prices.
We want you to spare a few minutes in sizeing up our show windows. There are prices in them that
will make you think. Maybe you don't necessarily need new shoes today���Then we say���Don't let this
opportunity of shoeing yourself at factory prices pass you. It will pay you to lay in a supply now.
You can make no mistake in having an extra pair of shoes at your command.
We Invite You to Our Shoe Feast���The Place���Remember
Johnston's Big Shoe House,
LIMITED
SIGN OF   THE  BIG ELECTRIC BOOT-
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C I- -Ic M''
~ \    22.   1 90fc
THE DAILY N: WS.
PAGE THREE
nventory Sale
We have been taking inventory and cleaning
house. Found many broken lots in Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing. We are going to get rid of these at prices that will
make you remember the big store. You
can't overlook these.
MEN'S SUITS
Quite a few made by the 20th Century people.
Well trimmed and made.
Regular $15.00
values;
while thev last, $9.75
16.00
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"     10.00
16.50
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"     10.35
20.00
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"     i"     14.00
YOUTHS' SUITS
23, 34, 35 Sizes
We have cut these prices just in half*
Our $7.00 Suit, now $3.50
" 12.00 " " 6.00
"   15.00    "        "     7.50
MENS SHO WERPROOF
OVERCOATS
Our usual values $10,   now $5
12, "     6
13, "     6.50
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TOPPER OVERCOATS
{Short Overcoats)
IT
$10 values.     Sale price $
14      " "      "      7
9  2-Piece
3-Piece
Knicker Suits
Boys
We have not many of these, so you had better
come early.
This sale is for Cash
i
No approval
L
How nicely and e&si'y a Cake cu he iced with
Cowan's
CaRe Icing
Chocolate. PinK, White, Latvian. Orange.
Almond.   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PtnR.1   ..   VS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable fooling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has nevorbeer,
mow apparent than at the present time.
Th,
mmm'   ine ���
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
inviles yon lo -join the larjre number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YKAK
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westmin-T-h Branch,     f. b. LYLE,   Mgr.
FOR CASH...
We will sell
all our
Dinner Sets
B8-pl a, regulai  prlci  130.00, for |15.75
BT-plea   sets, regular pric* fHLoO, tor $13.50
:���;   lece sets, regular price 114.00 tor $11.25
10     ece sets, regular price 113.60, tor $1075
class butter dishes, regular price  25c to
for
-V,
All  China  at   Reduced  Prices.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
(OAL DEPOSITS
GIVEN 10
SETTLERS
\'i, torts _
o le. is a' ���   DanSftralr when ihe
atlve      -������ ������. ��� ��� ������������
it' , -       . .     I h ���������-.;
,      ��� ��� ...   !'      _   'I        ���     :,' '���     ���
en) lte_te___t-g< ��� ��� ��������� ,        ��� them
���  I   ol the !:���   - ' ������   ���
��� htt in some thousands ���     crei    <A
���     which aiv now  in   several   tn-
w*noei the scene ot operation or nm-
colltei j  comf>__ ���
u. howeVe*, (h< .amending Mil,
whirr* te on the ��� ��� ��� paper in Mr.
Hawthorthwalte's name becomes law.
all the coal lands In ihe V. ti \ belt
which weri , .'f-i nirici before 188?,
the vis, K'_e_ flM !��� * \ title wa_
granted, w       ,..-.���.���   p-.im  the CO__B__5
! entirely   an.   the    vilnaMe    __ neral��
beneath   iheni   will   become   thi    JW-
��� pertj or the hoi ie! ������ 01 the ���-���
rights Ol Lhe_i itn n ��r gome iw-o
thousand, an-i the ti ��� I ares Ifected
amounts to betxvee_ three and roar
hundred thousand act*-, much of It
lying over (__ rich coal districts  el
the OomoX valley, whCW a Settle!-'
K.ght- association tws heen totmed
tor the purpose ol pre*_lftg the claims.
Nor Is this ail. Under ihe original
an the settlers had jo claim within
a given period. This many of Hum
neglected to do ami the n< w bill pro
pose* t'nat ihe\ ahall he given a see-
on | opportunitj.
Thi re if ! kelj to he �� h>- av.j crop of
lit,niton in anv <v<n(. tor even under
tin ftrsi act the privy couneil*a de
clnlou i.i the teel oaao has nol pre-
vented funnel  proceedings.    The ap-
lieal in the K. ,v> N. vs. MeGregOl   was
taken on the sole eronn i that ihe act
wfls not valid. ; nt thlB tailed. The
claim* are now being attacked on the
ground that they ave noi goo. under
the aet. That the cases will he
fought out is certain, for the company
has ample reaoufeee on the one hand,
while <ni the other the act provides
thai the pr_vittee iihirI defend tile
tlt1->R it. bta�� given the settlei-s
Phone 97.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
rt   _   WALKER,  president.
ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager
A general Hanking business transacteil.   Accounts  may be  opened  ami  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 tlie deposit
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH - H. R. DAVIDSON. Msn-inr
Condensed
Advertisements
T���O RBNT^LAfttJ)-   1'iH'Ni   ni-n
room,   furnished!   ueai   library.
Apply 2S7  Victoria  street.
WA N T E I) ��� BOARDERS,  T\\ o
Bchool  girl";  i a = i   teHUs.    Ap-
I ly 141 Third street.
PACIFIC BTICAM DYE WORKS
Clear, dye and r~t-tlf '\ei\ihing.
Henil tot price list. 080 Seymour St.
Vancouver.
W
ANTI'ID-TWO    ROOMERS    OR
boarder*,   Apply Hox $73.
T OI L E T= and = Carriage
SPONGES
A NEW LOT  JUST  IN.  AT
Ryall's Drug Store
SEND IOC FOR OMEGA, THE Silent tevelntlon. Tells truth on
business, Pick, wlshep, wealth and
marriage. Omega. BOX B?8, Vaneouver,
B. C.
Phillips
mi Wardrobe
Clothier
W.   H.  Gilley-   Tel.   1.8,       Offlee    Til.   10.
G.  Bi  Gilley���Tel.  2!H
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WIK'M HALF  ASH  HKTAIL    DillALHiRB  IN
Welllnoton Coal. Von. Portlan.l Cement, Roacbank Lime, B. C. Pot
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clsyburn Preste-I,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcralg Plre Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Bi   >   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
FOR    SALE���I'WO   CASH    REGIS-
tiis, une safe; quick sale cheap.
Apply "Bare," F. O. Box 693.
_,        I...    -.��� ���    ���I.    . ��| I in. II 111111,1. , -. MHH    ��� ���
WANTED���THEE   PRUNING    BY
contract.    E. I. KiRher, garilen-
i "1, lleul'ord  House, or phone 39.
IpiNANCIAL INSTITUTION HAS
viieiiiiiclPR for yoiinit men with
high school education; good reference,
essential. Apply "Fiiuinc"," Bo_ 699
Dallv iNews office, cMy.
WANTED- iTORB   18   or   i'0x40.
Good   locjitlon.    Apply     R.     A.
Iliiilv   News.
FOR BALE���BEST FIR CORD-
wund, f6.00 ii. cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, 200 Columbia street. Phone-
85.
POSITION  WANTED
ing    housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
AS  WORK-
gond    cook.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
after    .Tanuary.lst.    Corner    4th
Ave. and 6In street. All conveniences.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pu
Ushlng Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
street.;, New Westminster, B. C
_.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
THURSDAY.   JAN.   23.   1903.
McERIDE VS. CONSTITUTION.
We had not intended to refi r to tha
miserable exhibition to trhic- the
premier subjected the House on Monday lasl in the debate upon the address in reply to the speech from the
throne, bul now that the "Columbian"
In its leader of Tuesday not only attempts to mislead but has given x-
pres-don to absolutely false stateni: nl.
he necessary would be to   is.ue   instructions to a lieutenant governor  to
veto legislation contrary to the advice
.if the government   This would imply
want,  of confidence   in   sa .1  government, which must 1  Blgn.    But-as Mr.
Justice Clemen! shows in the passag
quoted,  while the  lieutenant_;overnor
acts aa a member of the    Dominion
executive staff, Bubject to instruction.
from the governor-general,   the   pr_-
rogativi   of the crown, as represented |
at Ottawa, is   "exercised    after   the
.   ol   ii allow 1 1 '��� rather tha.i before the event    by    instructions    to;
withhold    the    crown's assent."     So j
that whatever the Intentions of   the
government  at   Ottawa   might    have
been respecting iho Bowser bill, they!
LADIES   AND   GENTLEMEN:
Watch-guessing Competition at Dorer's
TREE   EOR  ALL Priday and Saturday
THERE   WILL BE   PLACED   IN    OUR   WINDOW    ONE    LADV'S    AND    ONE GENTLEMAN'S WATCH. UNDER
SEAL;   SAME WILL  BE WOUND  UP  FULL FRIDAY  MORNING  AT  10 A.M.   YOU   ARE   TO   COME     IN      FRI
DAY  (ALL DAY) OR   SATURDAY  (TILL   NOCN)   AND  PLACE  YOUR  GUESS.   AND   THE    NEAREST   GUESS
TO THE   EXACT  NUMBER  OF  HOURS.   MINUTES  AND   SECONDS THAT  EACH   WATCH   RUNS,  TILL   RUN
DOWN. WILL WIN THE WATCH.    THERE  WILL  BE  A  SECOND AND  THIRD  PRIZE  FOR   LADIES AND  AL-
SO   GENTLEMEN.
were not conveyed to the lieutenant-
governor bi fore the passage of tne
bill; IT ihey wore to be exercised i"
the constitutional  manner   "after the
LADIES
1st Prize���Watch, Value    $20.00
2nd Prize ���Solid Gold Brooch   $10.00
3rd Prize���Ladice' Belt Buckle      $6.00
GENTLEMEN
lst pnZe���Watch, Value  $20.00
2nd Pnze-Solid Gold Stick Pin $10.00
3r_   Prize���Fountain   Pen    $6.00
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"that the lieutenant-governor had referred the Natal acl of hist session to
federal ministry" and "thai offensive
an 1 1111! 11 s 1 insulting inaction of Sir
Wilfrid and his colleagues In taking
no notice of the reference, etc, etc.,"
we fei l thai in justice to our read ts
we should si ite what did occur on
Mon lay lasl on the floor of the Hon- ���.
Fir ii we say thai 11 was drawn fr >m
l'r mb r McBride, "Thai he had nol
��� advised his honor to resi rve the bill;"
"That he knew, and so Informed the
secret iry or Btate il Ottawa, thai the
I i. w ou] I tn1 r -'iv d;" "Thai his
honor had nol received any instruction from the federal government to
refuse assent or res rve the bill;"
"That t.ie ministrj has nol taken the
usual steps to refer, neither has the
bill been referred to the fed ral -r >v-
ernment;" "That prior t 1 Premtt r McBride leaving Victoria for England, he
did know it, to he fae intention of the
lieutenant-governor to refuse assenl
and thai he withheld this information
from his colleagues including the acting premier."
Now. ;iH to the debate on Monday,
the leader of the opposition dealt with
the constitutional aspect of th? question and in a very calm and dignified
manner upheld the rights of the people as represented by the legislature
and quoted aut'.ioritits on the suhjeei
that, wore an education to the ministry, and kept ths premier and attor-
ney-general and three pases busy rust-
Ling ucoks from the library until their
desks wore piled high ani the spectators saw thise gentlemen were unprepared to meet the convincing
arguments of the leader of the opposition and could not successfully put
aside the eminent authorities cited.
kMr. Macdonald went on coolly clinching his arguments with proofs from
May, Todd, Clement and other's and
his masterly effort was cheered to the
echo on both sides of the House and
in tae galleries, when in conclusion
he said, "I have no wish, neither do 1
indict th-.e premier or his colleagues
and I only formally move the amsnd-'
ment to the address to give t_v> ministry an opportunity of clearing th<ir;
. skirts."
Premier McBride, on rising to reply,1
at once went upon the stum^i and
threw to the wands the constitution:
and tfU the authorities except one, on
which he perpretrated his old trick of!
partial citation, omitting several lines'
of the text. Here Is the quotation in !
full, with the omission printed in;
black-face;
"But,   with   regard   to  all   of   these, j
with the exception of the last-named, j
the 'conventions of  the  constitution,':
which, as we have shown, are as fully
operative   within   Canada,   in   relation
to the various governments here    ex-'
isting, as in relation to the parliament
of  the   United   Kingdom,   require  that|
all such acts must he done upon    the
advice of ministers having th?    oon-l
fidence of the legislature of thy prov-l
into.    As to the appointment  01  the
members of the executive council, the
lieutenant-governor  must    exnece3si-
lal . bo tar as the legal position   is
Concerned,   appoint.    without     advice,
th ��� new members upon the d teat and
esignatlon   of an   entire  administna-1
:i ui, but even in such cased, tiia   In-
inilng ministry or executive council,
musl  accept  entire  responsibilK)   fori
acts of the lieutenant-governor in connection with the formation of a new.
executive council.    With    regard    to
the giving or withholding of the a_��
jeni of the erown to bills pus d by
the legislative   ass mblj cf t'ne prov-|
;nve, a lieutenant governor ads as   a
member of  the  Dominion    executive ���,
taft', oi'. at  all events, is supposed to
Le subject to 'instructions'  from    the
��� ,11 iiur-general,    although     in iprac-,
tke, t.ie supervision of provincial legislation   entrusted   to   the   Dominion
executive is exercised attor the event
by 'disallowance,'  rather than ,,e��ore
the event,    by 'instructions! to with-,
hold the < rown's assent."
The curious thing about thla pa3-.
���sage is Coat it disposes completely of
the only attempt at argument ln the
whole of the premier's "speech;" Mr.
McBride argued that If the position of
Mr. Macdonald wore sound then it
would be an easy matter for a federal
��� jvcnyr.-nt to oust from power a
provincial govsrnmeat to which it
was 1 clitically hostile,   All that w.uld
event."    Consequently    Premier   McBride  cannot   absolve  himself of re-ji
sponsibllity by throwing   the    biame
Upon  "Ottawa
The lamentable part i.-, ilia; the rep-
sentatlvi b of 1 he pre is from the
l nited States as well as Canada were
presi nl in large numbers, they being
In Victoria as guests of the ('. P. it.
. ; the opening of the mammoth -Impress hotel, an 1 the impressions they
would carry away, of the premier
hrashing the air, and giving utt rrance
In very had English, reaching the climax whlen In said, "it Is, sir, a pretty
iiard thing to get Into office, and the
game when you get there is to stay
there." where can be the honor at-1
taching to such a declaration ? Wh. re
is the Belt respect one expects to fin I
In a leader. ?
It was a serious blunder that other
and alder members of the minis;ry
had not undertaken the task or' replying to the statesmanlike presentation]
of the case by the leader of tlie op-'
: position. It was the premier's old
fault again in. evidence, and from
which the province will suffer as long
as he holds office���that of being unprepared.
Goldsmith
HORACE   DORER
Silversmith Diamond Merchant
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
GENERAL, MACHINE  AND  ENGINE
WORK.
SHIP   SMITHING.   BRIDGE   and
STRUCTURAL     IRON     WORK.
Ornamental   iron   Wovk,   including
Fences,   Gates,   Fire   Escapes,   etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN RESD,
BEGBIE  STREET
New Westminster. P. 0. Box 474
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
OUR GREAT
STOCK REDUCING SW
IS BOOMING
Beyond our expectations. Your opportunity to replenish
your wardrobe will soon be only history. If you've not
been here yet, you had better hurry or the BARGAINS
will all be picked up.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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FURNITURE
SALES OF THIS NATURE ONLY COME ONCE IN A LONG. LONG
TIME. WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR BUSINESS AND THIS IS
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO REPLACE OLD AND WORN OUT
FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS,    AND    OILCLOTHS,   ABSO-
!Mi
LUTELY
AT
Men's and Boys' Suits and Over
coats and Men's Pants
Going at 25 per cent, off our regular
prices for cash only.
H- L. DeBECK, The Clothier
dH
Opposite Post Office.
New Westminster, B. C.
THIS  SALE WILL CONTINUE    UNTIL    EVERYTHING    IS   DISPOSED  OF FOR  CASH.    THOSE  WHO   KNOW   US   KNOW  THAT   ���
��� THIS   IS NO  "DISASTER,"  BUT   A   GENUINE    DESIRE   ON   OUR   ���
��� PART TO DISPOSE OF OUR   ENTIRE STOCK  AS SOON  AS POS-   I
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PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.    Phone 388.
\ Columbia St.
W. E. PALES
THE   OLD   RELIABLE
FURNITURE    MAIN...
New Westminster
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LOTS
BURNABY ||
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
PHONE B 284
I
2? Royal City Laundry
Having taken over the interests of the NEW METHOD
LAUNDRY, are now established in their new. common
ious  and   up-to date   quarters on
Royal Ave. and  Blackie St.
And are now preparnd to take care of the laundry bus.
ness cf the City, and guarantee entire satisfaction.
The Royal City Laundry Co'y
TE: -PHONE   183.
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Choice  Meats  and Cn.cK.n.  always  J     ______    rp^^y    -g        ^	
on hand.
Cornier Eighth St. and
Fifth Avenue
Three minutes from car line, With fine view, 50 by 150 feet.
chance not to be missed.   For }125; |1B cash, balance ��5 a mon Ui.
P. PEEBLES I
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state
t 270 Columbia St -. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Miinufacturers, and Dealers In Ladies' and Gents'
,   FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dye-1
Ing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment. '
Vancouver, B. C. I
11  436 Granville St
! i
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, E'c.
FLOUR
To rise in price, but to reduce our supply before
stock-taking, we will sell for two weeks,
| "Five Roses" and "Royal Household'' at
~    $1.75 per sack (50 1L_.) or $6.75 bbl.
CASH ONLY
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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Repairs of all kinds given special at- i
tention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A .177
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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The Cash Stores
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CITY NEWS
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th   o
be ween thi   i
denl   i ,    .1 i_e ita 01 C 'lnm-
Man '��� ; r.   j est  rdaj    il
ternooi   th itudenta winning out   ce
int1:,.      n lals to o
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FURS
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Gfl irl ite th3 south oun i
Owl   tra ol   m__ a'
Poi t Kell     ��� i     iftei wj i a
liinii .   ���        md I      track    is
now   cle red  and   r     i ind trains
are nn      .    >      tual.
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lui- iree    a
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Clean, dry, fine Sail���that dips
from trie spoon, grain by grab���
WINDSOR SALT.
���:., - eak    ������������'
w ��� louche   -    on' J
ra house. **
Wal         ��� ��� ���     i orei      ad i rtlse
in, in sdi      to      w   '      ���    -
Hill
rs
A FINAL CLEARANCE
AT AN
EXCEPTIONALLY
LOW PRICE
��� .oui '���'    ii thi   lo     anglnj   i in   %"&      to  ������. 7.     our
offei and your be i   imi t** C\   ***) T"
i    in   mi y<iu will find the seas
ses and Children.   86 Inch   V 'ft    Scarfs   G mils; large
j -i u  Hare Btoles with d ep col      and Wi.-.   Thibi    '������  hand
Mink Mantiol  Stoles with Ermini   stripe;   Natural Coon, Imtta
Real Sea] and Whir- Poxal                                      I   9 i    Russian
and man fo   ei     all reduci                  ������������ e. ;l i rice every hea "d
��� re ot elsew_ere     $2.75
1 aildren's  Pur:   cb now a   50c and  75c
vVhrte Woo] boas; reduced bo 15c and  25c
January Sale of  Silk   Vva sts at $1.50 and  $2.25
January Sale of Wool Waists at $1.50 and         $2 25
January  Sale  of  Sample  Wool   Underwear at  Half  Price.
January   Sale  of  Whitewear in the  East Store.
January Sale of Dress Goods and  Coatings at  Half  Pric?.
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Januarj 21 of Rev. Thomas Mull   i I   '
73    ' nr     torm    Ij   a   Oliasgow   Scdt-   'n
land.    The I ite  Mi,  Mulr    i he
a T, A. Mui: druggl c, in ibis
cl win lefl ye tterdaj In ordei to
attend th<   fune
' ������   VValher
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nine a   leals bad bi i a
Cl ';':;-      ft
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i  thi   ��� ���  ��� '   ��� ind
red ii tl      foi  thi     i a - m.
in th bl   lohti Mui   ty, I      ire
lot       in
i be coun held thi
menl and cOtifli a        It    G. Il
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320 acre
Pun   Hammond ln the  Pltl  I
dows,  thi   asae nfl i
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with tin- ancteni  i i
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rhi. White lamb ron ol  th
Sei vice  w.i
the li<>ly Trinity cathedral by*R<
Shildrlck,   after   which   the   i
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cb  wearing  upon hi ������ an
band o
T.  a    " ��� 11   Barclaj     F.
O. Tidy,  J.  M.  Aitcl
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with all  ���
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near citj car 11
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DIED.
M OTH    At V< nmn   B, C, R��'\   "
Muir. aged 7:: vearB,
HONK! HONK!
YES, WE INSURE AUTOMOBILES AGAINST DAMAGE OF
ANY KIND WHETHER YOUR
MACHINE IS BURNED OR
WHETHER YOU RUN INTO A
TELEPHONE POLE. TRAM CAR
OR PEDESTRIAN. WE ALSO
PAY DAMAGES TO THE IN
JURED PEDESTRIAN. IF YOU
HAVE A MACHINE OR ARE OR
DERING ONE, ENQUIRE ABOUT
THIS.
Sold bj ill" leading distributors, the
"li. i      cig ��� **
on Saturdaj  thi   Nen   vVeBtminBter i
 -ill club v������;      ml  ii b icond team
:n the  Reld   to < ompi te r r  the   Iroquois ci  i    Their opponents on S;mir-
Tl'.l i   Van-
couv Thi game w ill I e pla; 11 on
Queen's park grounds, Kick-offal Ifl
p.m.
Ms- Ella Walker will sing "Dainty
Davii      ,:   i lie Scottish  conrert  Janu-
; ary 27. **
A frlendlj assoc atlo fool all
itel ��ill 'n. playe ; on s-^1 urday be-
twei n the Rovera and < ' 'am Proia
i ���'<; Him. commencing al i :30
o'clock. The Rovers Will ]ilay only a j
secondary team, many of the num tier
lipinK 'mt of Iho city, Tlie .name will
be played early so as mil to conflict
with tbe Iroquois cup match.
All kinds of pot-plants and cm
flowers at Tidy's.    Phone     184.       **
On Tuesday, at the home ot Mr. md
. Mis. vV. T. FiMiiklin. Heri'y Island. B,
1 C, dames Jeffrey the popular secre-
l tarj of iln> Vancouver, Westminster
I nnd Yukon Railway company, WAS mar-
! rled to Miss Margaret Shertourne, of
j Victoria, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrej
! raive gone south on their wedding trip
' and after their return will take up
! their residence at _88t) Barclay street
There never lias been su much tn!
ont gathered together at a single concert in the opera house January 27. **
it Is How expected that the n iw
, line from this city to Qbufbe will be
pn operation by Octjober at the latest.]
Th<> grading i< being dune by the ('.
1 P. R., but ibe line will be taken <"- i
iand operated by the B. C. Kllectrlc
Hnilwn  cdhrpan;     The    latter i	
The Greatest
Stock-taking Sale
In History
Only Three More Days
Now is the Time for Bargains
J
UST ARRIVED. Ladies' and Gents' Secretaries and Desks,
flat tops, roll tops, quarter oak, at prices that will open
your eyes.
Kitchen Cabinets, two flour bins, two drawers,  two bake-boards,
f golden oak finish.  Regular $7.00 for $5.00.
300 pairs of Lace Curtains, lock edge, Battenberg effect. Regular
$1.25 for 75c a pair, while they last.
We have a good assortment of Tapestry Curtains   all colors and
designs to select from, $2.50 per pair up.
Come in and see our Dressers and Stands, beauties in golden oak
and British glass.    Regular $21.00 for $14.9P.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
('or  pears  We have been  ti
to gel  :i  line  of sponges  thai   ���
could recommend,   A.I lasl We h
in ni successful.    We have |ust I
ported   a   liiit   loi   frOm     hi n lqiiiii'
the  liest   values  we ever  h id.     '
like the average si Onge;   �� ba
have   nnw.   Will   we ir   lik     leatl
r inline;  in   price   ff rffl   "   t   nts
|4,60  each.    Suitable    ttft    INh AN i
TOfl.KT.    BATH.    CARRIAOK.    AND
STABLE..  If the SfcO-ge Is n u SBtls
fact ry, ff.one/ reftrttded,
J  A LEE'S '^ammo*'1 Furniture Emporrarn
Dupont Block
Telephone 73
Columbia Street
Massage [W. N. Draper
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
Jn your own home. Also manicuring.
Fr>r engasement ring up A 339.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Cllar- llocK.   It** wotiwmetw. *-t��-
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
T. VV. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
of the Optical Department.
They Arrived To-Day!
THE FIRST SPECIAL SHIPMENT     OF     EARLY     _PRIN_
WOOLENS
IN ALL THR LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HK5H CLASS IN EVERY PAR-
TKM'I.AR, AND WE IN v I'M
YOI'R   lXSPECTION'   AT
The UNION TAILOR SHOP
J. N. AITCHISQ.1    Columbia Street
WHY HAVE
Cold Feet?
SEE OUR WINDOW
!
acKenzie's  Drug
Store
! ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEW3
| If YOU Sited  Anything.
Phon* 66.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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THE WEST.
Tlie T*nited States of America i6
of such vast area when compared
with the area of other great nations
approaching it in the number of
their inhabitants that it has been
found convenient for designation to
divide it up in geographical sections.
:]t was long the custom in speaking
of any portion west of the Alleghany mountain^, as "out west."
Until as late as 183^ the state of
Illinois was considered a border
state. During the settlement of
such states as Kansas, Iowa and
Colorado those states were known
as "the west," but of late years they
have become known as "midwest."
ln fact, the west has disappeared.
The extreme west, those states beyond the Rocky mountains, are spoken of as the states of the "Pacific,
slope." Poor's Manual, the great
railway authority, divides the United States into sections and refers to
them as New England, middle Atlantic, central northern, south Atlantic, gulf and Mississippi valley,
southwestern, northwestern and Pacific states, which division seema
likely to be the one to be generally
adopted.���Washington Star.
Call  Early For Good One*.
At tbe end of a big ball one ot the
guests went Into the cloakroom at 8
In tbe morning to put on his things,
and the attendant came forward with
n cont
"That Isn't my coat," said the guest
"Mine is a perfectly new one."
"A new one? Oh. I haven't any new
coats left after half-past 12."���Sourlre.
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of J.00 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
$650. All we ask ls $2700 for this property. Good terms, too. Loo.i
into it.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY 1
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Hit Logic.
Up 5n northern New Hampshire
there lived a good woman who was
an ardent. Second Adventist. One
night in the winter she was awakened by a loud noise, caused by tlie
tumbling over of the woodpile in tlie
shed connected with the house. Sitting up in bed, she shook her husband, who was sound asleep, and
said: "John, wnko/up. Old Gabriel
is coming. 1 hoar his chariot wheels
rumbling."
John, linlf awake, said: "Mary, lie
down ami go to sleep. Old Gabriel
isn't such a fool as to come or.
wheel.- ni such good sleighing ai
tliis."
THE ONE-MINUTE
WASHER
The good housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" lecause it does its
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
r. J. TRAPP   &  CO,
Limited
Evening Classes in Commercial Branches %
at Columbian College
For rates apply at the College.
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pOOKSLETS
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal  X
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Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Mcrey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gjmon'e   Cigar   Divan
l-TAd'fertlse  tire town we live m  ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovt
friends.
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Windsor Hotel  Block.
,
Double Screened
Our January
Clearance Sale
Is Now On
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Goods
To Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices
Call and we will be pleased to
show you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
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275 Columbia Street
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
���pipes
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
COAL! COAL!
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New Wellington
COAL I
MAYERS & PRESTON
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P. O. Box  345 'Phone  105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
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OUR  ANNUAL
Stock-
Taking
SALE
'908.
B. C.
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STARTS
This Morning
AT    NINE    O'CLOCK
W. E,
SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
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PROFESSION
W     NORMAN  lm
��       rister and  E
ers,   Cauadiun    Bank   ,
building, New Weti
.V1II.AU.KK.    H.TTT
���   llcltor,   etc.,     42   ]
opposite Court House,
ster.    Phone 14:;.
HITKSlliK   ._    il
ters and iollcito
Columbia Btreet,   Ne*
\v. J. Whiteside, li. i��� i
H. ,l. R  HAMI'To.\~T~
tor or the Bupremi i
Canadian Hank of Commi
Columbia suet, oppose,
New Westminster,   m
MARTIN,  WBART  _        TlJArSS
Barristors, solicits:    .      Q-
New  Westminster, Trap       ,  corJ;
Ciarckaon and  Lornc  al Vancoii.
ver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Qi |e street'
Joseph Martin, K. C, .1. ,' Weart u-
Ci. McQuarrie,   H.   A. \,.
Martin wil be in the W< txninsUf
Otflees every Friday aftem    i,
GfJUKUU ti. MAHTI.N, _ smr aoo
Solicitor, Gulchon bli i Colon,
ria and McKenzie atreeU \.�� Wejt.
minster, fi. C.
A. MYERS GRAY, barn.--- Sollcltoi
and Notary Public, l> ���,: ��� ,<-e sIdm
1891 at New Westmin*'' ne rj|-
flees removed to Curtis 1, k, Clark-
eon street, opposite C rl Houge,
P.O. Box 169.   Teiephoi,- 04
WF. HANSFORD l.arrister,
Solicitor, etc., Cr<-s. ent block,
corner ' Columbia and McKeD-i
streets. New Westminster, B C
Westolj.
I   in the
i h month,
be second
Our entire stock will be
slaughtered. We must
have room for our immense spring stock which
is on the road; some of
it is already here. We
have sold shoes for a long
while, but NEVER at
such startling prices.
We guarantee to undersell ANY other shoe sale
in B. C.
Now, all we ask is for
you to spend your money
where you can get the
best value ��� that value
is not in Vancouver, but
at our store.
See our prices and you
can't help buying.
The terms ol our Sale are
..   CASH   ..
BOARD   OF TRADE.-N.
ster Hoard of Trade
Board Room, City Hall,
Second Wednesday ol ���
Quarterly    meetings un
Wednesday     ol     !���'���   i May,
August and November, ��� p, m.
Annual meetings on Ihi 6econl
Wednesday     of      Fi   : Ne*
members may be pn ;-��� ed and
t lected at any monthly - quarterly
meeting.    A. B. White. Si
SOCIETIES.
' O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO, 27-
The regular meetings of :1ns lodge
ire held ln Oddfellews' hail Columbia Btreet, every Monday evening.
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend, C. S.
Richmond, N. G.; A.V.D. M.-Donald,
V. (;.; W. C. Coatham. II S : G. 0.
Davy. F. S.; Alex. Adam-, treasure
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No'. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. F. .1. Lynch.
W. Pres.;  H. Schofiel.l, Secretary,
K. O. U. W.���FRA8ER LODGE No.!
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. 6. TJ. W, hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson -.'rest, C
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Geo. Bacon,
master workman.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S,-
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each mon-.
In K, of P. Hall, f-nlumbla St., al
S p. m., Wblte Rese Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and place. Visiting BrethrtB
cordially invited. E. L. Webber president, H. Disney, secretary,
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I 0.F,
���Meets the Fourth FVidaj in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the Bmall
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. K-: *'��� F'
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8808.
A. O. F.���The regular n:""'""-'9 ��
this Lodge are held on the Beoono
and Fourth Tuesdavs of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellow' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordials ��'
vJted to attend. E. C. Firth, C. B-.
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellow1
Hall, Columbia street. v"mf
Brethren are cordially ipvited to attend, G, Haggman, S. C ;
Brown, Secretary.
N. B-
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A*
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE'
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First ana
Third Tuesday of every m<-utn ">
K. of P. Hall. John M.'NIven.
Chief; J. J. Forrester. Rec. Baa ^
I.  O.  O. F.���Royal  City  Lodcr-  No- 3
���Meets   in   Oddfellows'  ilium! ia Street, every Friday
Col-
^enin8
at s o'clock.   Visiting brethren, *I��
be made welcome.   C.H. ("-'���n- ^'
CE.  Osborne, P.  G.  recording 3eC'
retary.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include Ihe Union Lodge. N" ;'''''
E. and A. M.; King Solomon Lfldl8'
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L " '"
No. 1150; L. O. L��� No. 1593; ^��"rt
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F c-��[
*'���, Cirart Westminster, No. ;'"i0;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest So *��'
Beulah Rebukah Lodge, No. ���>, ' ��'
O. F. JAN
23.  1908
THI   h-WI/    ' . \VS.
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(1040.    $18.00 for $13.00.        $20.0G
M8.EO.    $24.00  for    $17,50.    and
$23.00 for $18.25.
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RS AND  HABERDASHERS
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NOTICP
'.: IDERB   addressed   ���<
���:i       and andoi n i
I' i ilic   Building    i -iL< I - '.in
Ik   ri i '��� ��� ��� ���   .i    'in   'lib -
Di cembe    11    L90
to   the construction of .i
: ;.,.urn .:   LadyBmith   i.
i ii   ipoclflcatlone can be see:
i   tendei  obtaini d a  thi
n   am   ni   application to the
..   Lad smith, B  C.
tendering an   uotlfled thai
. ;:   no   be considered unleas
ui   the   printed   form  supplied,
gned  with  fcheii   actua   sign
..,,.-i   tendei   mus    be accomj ani
.,-��� epted chaffue on a chartered
:..   rnadi   pi   :'''1,     ;i    be o
mrable the Klnlflter of Pub
equal L'i tun per oeni  (10
ii   ihi   amouii.   of the  tendei
i   v I] in- forfeited if the person
declim  to entei  into a con-
i hi . caQed upon to do so. or if
���>:i pleti the work eontracl
in- tender be nol accepted
.,<��� will  be returned.
������ ii ���" mem noes nol hii):! Itself
he loves; or ai    ti -dei
By Order,
FRED. cielinas,
Secretary.
���  :.- : :  of Public Works,
ittawa, November _8, 1907.
>apers will not be paid tor this
aemenl  li thej   insert It wit.n
irttj   from the Department.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
... :e that appilcatlo
it     loseph T. .
Simple, unde
ii-ii.    ti Ji  .
.   16th da   ol No
.  o   at   and Bingu
ireel or trai   ol Ian
am , ii. , lying and bi Ini
ii ol   tei   \ 'eatmln ti
ivtnce of ;Briti tb Colum    ,
mo Knowi   ani   ,\ so
ed n    Lo     .   Block 5, subdl riaioo oi
i    i.
Vh'      li ,     in   an   requi
,i,ii   o tax pur-
Chase   i   lilt    ortj -I'vi ii���    trom the
dati    i      .   i,       publication of this
llll .        il i        -I. I>��� ��� ��� \   i-., ,(.IU|
Ii       Joseph Ta _ ai owm     hereof ln
And : hereby dlrec    ba    publl-
no id  for one month in
:   ii        :,. a    published al  Nevi
\\ esl n uste   ��� ll! be good and Blithe!
������I     lervice 'hereof.
Datei   b     hi   Lana  Kegia ry Offlci
Ni-v.   tVestmlnstei   Provlnci of British
Coin ii -.'ii li   ilu;    ol   October,
i   .      91
C.   S.   KKITH,
Dl8trtct Registrar.
I .   s      Esq
���ri !���Ith this notice,
land ning th ougb or under
���   s.ins claiming any In-
sa .  land by virtue of any
imrej ns rirment, and all per-
i   any  interest    in    sail
.--,- nt,   whose title ls not
regis    ��� Che provisions ot the
., _ stry Act," shall he forever
estopped and debarred    from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
jsaid land bo sold for taxes as provide!
by the ''..nnd Registry Act."
New   Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
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o   -��� ��� ...   Brokei
to -an rnnli       to   pui base
to       i    ,\ -.-I        i ...
Bomr      in'   at. a notl   pranted   a'
Uv    so    tea-     corner ol     lol   10_U,
tin'iici   wesi  20 chain-;    to    thi     easl
iiul.i.      o    '1
laliw
thence north alon    thi
ii  , ommsneen  nl
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Dated Dec. 14. 1901
Phone   101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY.   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
FIIK YOUR NEXT OIHU III WHAT
Columbia  Street
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BEECHER"*   ONLY   POEM.
The Verses  Were Always  Ke;.     _se-ed
by  Mrs. Beecher.
]t ���v '   ��� < -: ��� ��� ���   -
Beecher thai di ' '     Mr
Beeehi "dropped
nnd wrote a 1
With    ' But
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them fro���  I lay M m---.
P.epchcr were R  hort
Mon- ������     -b
"Wh;
er?" ��ald Mr   B
"He did o ���,      ���      ���
Bul  '
were riveted on his wife, an.l she knew
li.- meant
"Cl '��� ������      ,.,0r     ��[']]    -|v���
you $5,000 if you will reeit,. tb.it poem
to m<     iddre islng Mrs. Bee
"Whj    it   ran"     qnlckly   said   Mrs.
Beecher
-y,- ��� ...    ���-       ���,,,,.
And, n'thniv.-'   ��� "     er after
ward offer      I first
ofTor-^it   he  never  -.-  m   rrom
M-      B It    had   been   b
awaj        Mt     Beecher and oherl
as one of  the  dearesl treaa ire
hiwbaml left her.
NOTICt
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TaKI     'i iTnm: tim;  He rlei Ford,
m Hammond.,  B   C, ooOtlpatiOn ' i I
intends to apply for permission to pur-
rbii>ti-  the  following  deseri ed   lands:
Commencing ai s i^ost planted at
the southwest corner of lot 1650 New
Westminster   Land    District',   thenci
north :'.' ,-b'jiie ?nnr��. o, ie--- u, rlje N
Wr, corner of said lot 16B0, thence eaSI
ini-! cbiiitis ihenee south to the shore,
thene. westerlj along tl"' shore, to
the "oin ot commencemehl
Date.'. Dec. :;. 1007.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S Pord, agent.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
I Voting Contest!
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
rnop��i|     of    Canad.an     Nortb-Wett
Homestead   Regulations,
even numt.ered section of Do-!
:.   lands  in  Manitoba,  Saskatch-
.ind Alberta, excepting 8 and 86,'
���.ser.'^d, may be homesteaded bv
fjersoa who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years of
to the extent of one-quarter see-
si ICO acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
In person  by  the  applicant at j
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-
igency for the district in which the i
land is situate.   Entry by proxy may. |
"ever,  be made at  an  agency on
' un conditions by the father, moth
-ui, daughter, brother or sister of
��� tending  homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is rejuired to per-'
rcn the homestead duties under one j
'lie following plans:
'���'    At least six months' residence I
on  and  cultivation of  the land  in
b year for three years.
-1    A homesteader may,  If he so
Ires,  perform the    required    real-
tee  duties  by  living  on     Snrn'ing
i owned  solcb   by  him, not less
��� 'i eighty   (SO)   acres  ln extent, in
vicinity of his homestead.    Jolnl
terahip in land will not meet  this
.uirement
'���'')    If the father lor mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
' is permanent residence on farming
md  owned  solely  by  him,  not.  less
ian  eighty  (80)   acres   ln  extent,  in
' vicinity of the homestead, or up-
i  a homestead entered  for by him
'ii the vicinity, such homesteader may
''form his own residence duties by
Hvlng with the father (or mother).
11)    The term "vicinity" in the two
"'ceding   paragraphs   is   defined    as
"leaning not more than nine miles in
'  direct line, exclusive  ep the  width
of road  allowances crossed    In    the
''"'asurement.
("|)    A   homesteader   Intend ng    to
erforni   his   residence   duties   In  accordance with the above while living
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT,
Re Lota 1 bo 9 (Inclusive) of a por-
t! in or Lot 84, QiWJTJ i. Map 440, New
Westminster district,
Whereas  proof of thp  inss of Cer-
��� iriv.it-.- .>! Tile \nui'..iv l.iTl.Sa, issue.)
in the name ol   Petet  Latham,    has
oe.-i died In this o.11c��
Notice ls hereby given that 1 shat,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of, issue r duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. IJ. Oct. 2<. ID07.
NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate of
Alexander Ewen, late of the City
of N'e-A Westminster, British Columbia, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
i sunlit to the Revised Statutes of Brit-
! ish Columbia, Chaptoi 187 thai all
! creditors and  other's    having claims
agalnSl the Estate Of Alexander Ewen.
' who ii.ci on or aboul the 8th flay ol
July, 1007, are require i on or bfiforo
the '.Mil day of   December,  1907, in
��� semi by posl prepaid, or deliver to the
anderslg I, their dhrlstlan and surnames, addresses and descriptions!
the full particulars of their claims, duly verified; the itatemenl ot their ao
���count ant) the nature of tha security,
If any. h"! I  by tnem, and
KliR'l HER TAKE NOTICE that af-
: ter such lust mentions- date the executors, John   Hendry  and    John   B.
Iiii-diiie. will proceed to distribute the
assets of the decease- among the parlies entitled thereto, having   regard
only to the claims of which they shall
' then  have  notice,  and that  the
! executors will not be llabH
Take not'ee thai an application has
been made to register John R. Rush-
ton as the owner in fee simple trncrei
_, tax suit- deed from the mayor and
erea-ure* of the City of New We_l
minster, to John B. Rushton, be&rffit.
dare the _7th day or Septf mber, A. D
1002, of all end elngular that iBWta\i
parcel or iract of land and prem -���'������
situate, lying and being in the Cn> ol
New "Westminster, in the Province Of
British PoiumhK more part.icu.-
known and describe- as lot one of the
northeast half of lot 26. Mock 5.
You and each of you are _%Ojttre_
to contest the claim of the tax pur-
chaiSer within forty five days from i*ie
date of this notice, otherwise I sha
register John U. Rushton as owner
thereof in fee And 1 hereby direci
that pui lication of this notice tor
thirty days in a daily newspaper published at npw Westminster win
good and sufficient rervice thereof
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of Britl-h
Columbia, this 28rh day of December.
A.D.  19m.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar
To Thomas  Mowatt,, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,]
and those claiming through or Uttier
them and all persons c'ainiing iny
lntcrest In the said land by virtue of
any unregtl erdd instrument, anil all
persons claiming anj interest in H'p
said land bj descent, whose title   is
not  registered under the provisions of
the ' Land Registry Act." shall he I i
ever estopped and debarred  from se-
tine up any claim t.i of in resp-e   of
the said land so bold for taxes a^
vided b) the "Land Registry Ac '
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
He lots  IT nnd  18, block ?. .uhlh       B
or  lot   SOS,   group   I.   New   vVefll
Bter  district   ll'orl   Moody I.
Whereas proof of the l-8fl of cei 10 il
cale Of title numliir B890A, lB9ued inn
the name of  W.   Normnti     Bole,    lias,
been Hied in this office.
Notice is hereby given that  I  shalW
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THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY; INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSO? - t8I WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY    - ' '     OH SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   BE-
,TRlXi; Tl - LARGEST iNft'MBER OP VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   -1 -WNER :
The toerchanl ted below will give with each 10c cash p_r-
ihasi  ���'".-   ���"���������
The  i     ���    Vil',   .3rd,   1907     and  Will  dose    Jan. 2'ird.
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ball-     - - I   '    ;n D   S. Curtis & Go's drug store, where
votes are to bi   -epos   ���
At the cli ;    contes'l  the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current.  Bi      when  promptly paid are entitled to vo^s.
Remember, vote? can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is on exhibition at W. E. Fales   furniture store.
D. S. Curtis Will count the votes.
W.    E.   PALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
be I
1
REICHENBACH   4   CO.
Fresh  and  Salted  Meats
MRS.   M.   M.  COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD BROS.
Plumbers
THE  ROYAL STUDIO
(under new  management!
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
E. RU9HTON A A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
D.   S.
CURTIS
Drugs
A CO.
A.   J.
Dry
BIRTCH
Goods
West End Grocery
THE DAILY   NEWS PUB. CO.
Daily and Weekly News
MOREY  a\ CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
S. H. Thompson, Prop.
;�������������������������������.�����������.����*4e����**����**e*e*��*e*��e*��
The Unattached W-
t] ���
,    . ���. ,    |
life so thdrouj hly l : ess,
1 -.';    the arbiter of her "��n
)1 i lei '   ai Hbert
ite  the  atmosphere  thai
make for her happiness as in v
York,   (n Pari- she is decla ie   at)
bbjfcct of social suspicion, bee
.he has not openly annexe, a bread
winner,  Tn 1.option she becomes the
n   the. by proxv of her sister's children or lorne distant feWtiYe's ohil-
I he !e~--er cities of the
Putted Sta'tes, a writer in Woman
believes, snmn of the old prejudice
remain--' against the Woman who has
. misled or declihed matrimony.   Sho
' is to a degree tin1 shjerfhibug wora-
: tin and us such is MoUted or pitied,
��� but   never  approved. ��� New  York
World.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
' And all the principal business centers of
1 ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
| Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fsr Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAVjX..
Assistant Gen'I Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 1815 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ATUNTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST AND  FASTEST-;
imwM
18,000 I EMl'HESS OF BRITAIN 114*00
M. Pow��r \ EMTRES3 OF IRELAND I      TOW
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
��lth parents or on farming land own-!^" ��^la ,,r fl!,y "art'.^"'f,'" "|J !
���;i by himself must notify the agent j Pemon or peraoni of wtoM ell    "���,
f,,r the district of such Intention.
; at  the expiration of one month rrom I he
I date   of  the   first   publication hersofj
i Issue ;i duplicate of the  sail  certln-
I cate, iinles-s in the meantime valid ob-J
jcctl<in be made to me In Writing
C. 9. KEITH.
.,:{ District Registrar of Titles,
for the ItAttt   Registry  Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, January 8, 1608. J __g
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Six months' notice ln writing must
(,e given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
"' apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N- R.-"-Unauthorized publication of I
-lis advertisement will not be paid I
for. I
ii-.- shall  not  have been  received by
at the time of such distribution,
them
this
DATED at.   New  Westminster,
filh day of November, 1A07.
MARTIN  & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors    for    .lohn   Hendry and
John  R. -lardlne. enec.u'tors of the
said Estate.
English and American Billiard Ta-
j Dies, Bowling Alleys, etc. New *r\A
second - hand tables and supplies In
���tock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
! Phone A26��S. ?. O. Box 1185
-DVKR.-.-E IN THE DAILY NEW3 |
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent for  Messrs. Samuel May
:o��� Toronto.
&
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re northeast halt of lot 2, block 25.
New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-;
cate of title number 4085A, issued in
the name ot Emily Moore Dom'.ny, bas j
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall, j
| at the expiration of one month from j
I the date ot the first publication here-,
of, lsaue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me In writing.
/ C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar ot Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 4th. 1907.
tar
THE
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
DAILY     N
IWI
Now ls the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to .spend
Xtnas at home.
Empress next sailing trbrh St.
John, February Tth.
For ot':Ter dates and particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT
TAKK N'OTICE that application bus
i een made to register Margaret Dobble as the owner In Fee Simple, undT
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, hearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, ot
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being In the District of New-
Westminster, in the Province oT British Colum!-la,more particularly knowa
and described as Lots 18 to 25, inclusive, BlocK 4, being parts of south-
1 west of Section 2, Township IG.
You  and each of you are required
| to contest the clnlm of the tax pur-
! chaser 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
I that publication of this notice for one
month In a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufnc;.nt service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of August,
A. D. 1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benlamln Douglas, Esq.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THERE'S    NOTHING    NICER   THAN
DAINTY      !
CHINA
��� FOR ���
WHIST PRIZES
r���-
H.Morey&Co.
HAVE   A   FINE    LOT.
Pretty Cups and Saucers from 15c up
For Your Chick's
MEALTM
Sturtevant's Care,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
t*T       ADVERTISE       -��-
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
FRESH
EGGS
40c per doz.
***********
Creamery
Butter
35c per lb.
***********
Hungarian
Flour
$1.75 a sack
***********
Best Navel
Oranges
25c a doz.
***********
awash"
The People's Grocer
LAST DAY OF VOTING
CONTEST HAS ARRIVED
With the excitement centei-vd in tli
last few hours ol ihe voting for    the
free library, the Royal Columbian hos-1
pital la found to be In the lead by over !
71)00   votes,   Its   nearest   competition,
St.  Andrew's  Sunday  sc'nool,    having
also made rapid gains In the past two
days.
Several of the societies or churches
intertsted have   failed    to    make   an'
effort to maintain a position near the .
top of the list, and for this reason, the :
race now lies between the two leaders,
unless some unknown voter conies for- j
ward at the last moment with a large j
number of votes marked  in favor of;
one of the Lack numbers.   The voting
will   close  this  evening  at   7  o'clock.
immtdha.'ly after which the votes will!
Le counted and the award of die free I
library made.
Following is the ta-iiilated  lists of
votes cast up to date:
Salvation Army    1101 I
Queen's  Av.   Methodist church.. .1157 |
Columbian College   417
1.  O.  O.  E.,  No.  .    1184 i
St. Andrew's Sunday school  ... .,'I9,2L'I
K. of V   725 j
St.  Mary's church       621
Public Library   280 '<
High   Scnool    1650
St-  Barnabas Sunday school   2307 ���
A. F. & A. M  436
Jail        12
Royal  Columbian  hospital    -I0,4.'.'i'i
W. E. Methodist church     6".
Penitentiary    613
i St. Paul's R. E. church 760
Olivet Baptist church     63
St  Peter's  cathedral     85
Woodmen of the World     160
I.  O.   K   277
Holv Trinity   4107
,
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It pre*
si rvt-s unit b-iogfl out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
tinish. to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other loli.sh.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish ami Polish for All
Wood." Use it on youi' Soon and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all dancini; Hoors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and k'urnitui-e" and these preparations of
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westmin-
ster,   B.   C.
Also,
WOOD  DYES
and other
WOOD  FINISHES
I
CHOICE
RESIDENCE SITES
DOUBLE CORNER, 132 feet by 132 feet,
on Eleventh street below Fourth avenue;
streets on three sides. Price $1100;
terms.
We have several other single and double  corners   in  this  favored  section    of the west end at prices which should commend them to investors.
Mrs. Asa Gordon will give another
of her ijjojjulaj' addresses in Queen's
avenue Methodist church on Sunday
afternoon next at 3:45 o'clock. Sub
ject, "Reminiscences of Edinburgh.''
The public are again invited to attend.
Notice to Builders.
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by the undersigned up    to    noon    of
January 25, 1908, for the completion
**  of B. C. Telephone building, on Clark-
: son street.    Plans  and  specifications
: may  be seen at my office, corner of
Sixtu and Clarkson streets.    Lowest
INDIAN   RESERVE
QUESTION   IN   HOUSE  or   any   tender   not   necessarily   a
eepteo.
C. H. CLOW. Architect.
Malms, Coulthard & Co. w.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Ottawa, Jan. 2-2.���In the House yesterday afternoon a resolution was
passed for the production of all correspondence between the government
of Canada and British Columbia relative to the application of the u. T.
P. to require a portion of Metlnki.itla
Indian reserve and to the f��derdi-|
question of the provincial claim to
the Indian reserve through reversionary rights.
Dr. Thompson secured also a motion
for the production of all correspondence relative to morality in tbe
Yukon.
Wedding Presents
���
RICH  CUT GLASS, STERLING    SILVER   GOODS.   BRASS   AND *
%   COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCkS, LIMOGES CHINA. ^
X and last but not least, we are sole agents for
��� THE   PICKARD   HAND'PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. CHAMBER LIN, Th��l""""
Agent Hamilton Watches
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For cut flowers, Douquets or funeral designs telephone T, Davies ti
Son, B- 208.
Toronto, Jan. '22.���The grand    jury
this morning recommended, that newspapers should be hi Id responsible for
the "wildcat" mining    advertisements I
that they publish.    If the newspapers |
cannot be held responsible, the lawsj
should be framed to punish  fraud of l
all kinds perpetrated  ly officiaSs    of
such conerns. |
#__f___&_t_____f_k__��_i^^
New York, Jan. 22.���The complaint
of assault preferred   by Edmund    J.
Reilly, a photograph! r, against Count j
Ijaszlo Szechenyi, has been withdrawn. I
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��� '���-
1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
J.J. MAC KAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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Don't miss the grand  S-Ottlsb con-!
cert to be held by the Sons of Scotland on  Burns' anniversary, January
27, in the opera house, ���*
and our
dodders
for the
next
TWO
WEEKS
commencing
Friday
Raising the Tracks.
Editor Daily News: '
Sir,���Has  the    city   council     givM
permission for an elevated tram ser
vice up the centre of Columbia Btreet
to the B. C. E. It. company ?    I noliu I
'(J | i that they have just raised their rails
���=��� ! another two inches.
J. C. ARMSTRONG,    |
New   Westminster,   B.   C,  Jan.   22,
1908. i
The  "Auto" cigar
favorite smoke.
is  becoming   a
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
THURSDAY,   jan
Money Saving
Opportunities
DURING
OUR
January
Sale
Our sale is one which gives you everything at a redu, M w
advertise; as stocktaking progresses more odd lines are cist out
from the regular stock. You can buy these at Dig reductions. 'WaWi
every advertisement.
Ladies' Silk Blouses, regular $6, now $3.95
Eight only, ladies' Silk Blouses, white only; sizes 34, 36, k R.pi.
lar values $5.00 to $0.00.    Sale price,  each            $3.95
Silk Blouses, regular $4.75, now. $2.95
Fifteen only, white, mam and Mack Silk Blouses, all sizes. Regular prices $3.60 to $4.75;  sale price. eac_  $2.55
Great Underwear Values!
I Ladies' Vests and Drawers, regular 35c, now 25c
Ten dozen ladies, misses' nnd children'^ Undervests nnd drawers.
In all sizes; the children's stjles are in gTey only; ladles Btyles lu
white or grey.   Regular values 35c;   sale price,  per garmenl   ...25c
,   30 only, Ladies' and Misses' Coats
95c each
Dozens of these coast have been sold during the last ten dys, and
we expect to clear out the balance in a few days. We have still all
sizes left.    Regular values $6.00 to $15.00; sale price, each Me
Hundreds of Remnants of Dress Goods
Great opportunity to buy short lengths of seasonable dress goods
at reductions of from 25 to 50 per cent. Among the ends ari length-
sufficient for children's school dresses, coats and ladies' skirts. Look
through the many tnds, you can find  some  useful at little co^t.
50 dozen Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
25c per pair
A special lot of fine ribbed hosiery all wool and union make,
sizes from 4V4 inch to 9>_ inch, has been put out on the bargain table
for our big sale. Regular values 30c to -10c per pair; sale price, per
pair 25c
Girls' and Boys' Norfolk Jerseys, regular $1.75,
Now $1.00
Sizes for children from 4 to 12 years; made with laced collar of
with high or low neckband; colors, navy, cardinal and White. Reg"'
lar wiliies $1.76; sale price     . *1.00
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
New  Bakery p ("DAKF
H.C. MARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
>��������������������������
���������������������
Electric Railway Service j
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at  11 p, m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:31.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and.city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram ��
office on the hour, twenty mm- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- X
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ���
���
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ��
at ten minutes after the hour, T
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:3" *
a. m.
Sunday Servlee  tail-nouriy be- J
tween S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.        |
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
J
In the Home
Nothing protects the homo from
disaster and makes your loved ones
s<ife   from    the   struggles   of   poverty
like
LIFE   INSURANCE.
Take out   a  policy   now,    tomorrow
may  be  too late.    We  represent   the
time tried
SUN   LIFe  ASSURANCE   COMPANY
OF CANADA.
Leave your name at the office and
our representative will    call    on you
and explain our new policy  plan
F.J. HART & CO.
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue and
Second  street.
store���sixth street, next Columbia!
and near the Post Office.
Have you  tried    our   home    made
bread, scones or cookies '.'    They are
choice. '
Phone B359 will bring our delivery
rigs promptly.
INSURANCE)
POLICY
>����������� ����t��M��^<t��^   New We��tminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
Westminster
Transfer Co
I Office 'Phone 1-6.      Barn  t'none 1S7
Columbia 8t.
I Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
       Of/lBO���Tram Depot
English Watchmaker
; Two door* from  Geo. Adam*, Cn*"
'   Ladles'Gold Watches from f 12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches, opo��
face, $6.00.
j Gentlemen's Sliver Watches, double
jcase, $7.50 >ip.
Agent for the celebruted South 1"'"J
Watches, supplied   to   the   W��'l n>w
Arctic Expedition.    Ml. warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc   eta
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable. 	
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 118. Office   eight* �����������*
NBW   We$TMINiTBR,  ������ C'

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