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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME 4, NUMBER C.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1909.       \> ' OR| ft,
FIVE CENTS PER COP}
TRUSTEES APPOINT
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
School Board Holds First
Meeting of Year-Plan of
Work Mapped Out.
At the lirst net in- 0f the 19011
schoolboard yu&terday- ,\. uing, all the
members being present, t. j. Trapp
was elected as chairman of the board,
Johu Peck .being named vice-chairman. Committee* for the carrying out
of detailB iu the program of the
school board were constituted as follows; Management, r. j. Trapp,
chairman; nuance, John lv-ck, chair-
mafi; building, I'eter Peebles, chair-
mar.; ground*, .lame: l/oi-ee, chalr-
raan; purchasing, L. Thombur, chairman. All members of ihe board are
to serve on each committee, meetings
being held at  tit" call of the chair.
The ovei'iiiiwding of the High
school ctiiiie in for some di. cussion, a
letter being read i nun Principal
Stnamberg, who also attended In person and supplemented his communication by explanations and suggestions
as to what wai needed to improve existing conditions, The need of an
extra teacher was . mphasized, It being
finally decided to communicate with
tho Western i in tin, of Winn peg, an
organization l'i>i ui.il some years a o
with the object oi" placing teachers
and school hoards in touch with each
other.
A nltmbcr of application for the
position of female teacher at n West
Side school were received and passed
up.on, it being finally deeded to request two of the applicants to meet
the member of Ihe board on Saturday, when ,: liiuil decision will bear-
rived at.
Contractor Howell, whose work on
the building of the new We t Side
school has b. en delayed by Inclement
.weather, was given an extension of
six week-. The build ng will now
have to 1). I-' mpb '' d by the end of
February.
The trui ���.     lie. i led thai  It would
he  advi a        to   visit   all si bonis   in
tho city on Monday, In n der to a-e i
tain exactly   what  repair-  ar    needed
at each  plti A  t -ting to furthei
discuss this, and also to commence
the consid.-r.ition of ihe ��� uimate*,
which must be presented to the Cit)
roiiiii'! on I' i. 1, will be held on Monday . vi nlna.
EDMONTON BUNDS SELL AT
Hll.ll HIM IN ENDUND
RIFLE POSTIJKE EXPERT
DESCRIBES PUSITION
Lieut.  Mortimer, Noted   Rifleman, Vis
itor in  Westminster���Has Wonderful Record in Dominion.
Lieut Q. Mortimer, of Ottawa, is
registered ai the Russell hotel. He
is here in the Interests of the Ross
rifle, nnd Is well qualified to speak
on ihe subject, as being the inventor
of the Mortimer position for long
range target shooting. On Wednesday night, ho lectured at Vancouver
io the Sixth regiment ami the Rifle
club. Lieut. Mortimer is now a member of the army service corps, and
frequently  competed *u  the  Do-
POWER DEVELOPMtNl SCHEME   |
Will WORK MARVELOUS WOE
EREIliHT TARIFF WILL BE
REVISED IN FEBRUARY
Stave  Lake  Franchise  Held  by Proprietors  of Burrard,
Westminster Boundary Railway -To Introduce Network of Tramways and Power Lines���Construction to Begin at Once.
C.   P.   R.   Assistant  Freight Agent Ad
vises   Shippers    Not   to   Contract
Ahead  for   Large  Amounts.
has
minion Rifle association meetings, and
on the IH-ley team eight times. Naturally he has many prizes lo his
credit.
lu connection with his tour, the
lieutenant Is taking an opportunity to
give a technical and thorough description of the Canadian service rifle
and  Us  latest   improvements.
The position which he has estan-
llsh.'d is as follow-: Instead of lying
prone with the weight resting on both
(Lbows and stomach, he gets down
lower, with almost the whole of the
li f; forearm on the ground, tin weight
of the ' o ly resting on the br ast bone,
till thus e ca ��� the slight movement
of Btomach breatl        tj-gjoirj 'AiW'r3*'!,
bun   of  the  rilb    r
shoulder, about half an inch from thi
ground.    He is thus ten inch  < lower
than the usual posture, which has the
commendation of Lord Roberts.
A   ii �����     Canadian   transcontinental
freight   tariff   will be Issued  in  February,   hut   the   date  of  issue   ha     not
I yet been learned at the C. P. U. offices
' in Vancouver.    W.  It. Robertson, assistant   freight  agent of the C.  P. R.,
NO TRAIN FROM EAST
. ARRIVED YESTERDM
Newington Worked All Day
Breaking Ice on River -
Temperature Very Low.
The
conttnui
MALCONTENTS ESTABLISH
QUARTERS IN FOREIGN IANDS
Hindu   Revolutionary   Party  Known to
Be  Directing  Work  From  Headquarters   in   Paris.
The stave Lake Power and Development Company \u.i make a start at
one., wiih its monster project which
Will revolution./,, uie lace of the
peninsula between Burrard inlet and
the Fraser river, and cau.-e very considerable dill' Mile- to the price Of
light and power in the district., affected.
The company has already spent upwards of $000,UOU for preliminary
works ai the lake and elsewhere, at
len t another million dollars Is required, and will be -,'��� ni as develop
nieiits progresses. Tbe works for sup
in;. Ing power aud light will bi lo atcd
:u Stave river, and it i. welcoroa
news liiui ie w napitul has been aej
c ii'd to carry ;he propositi n thro gh|
'I he   .n ' niion   i      ho  ipanj   ts  to
supi,i, i h. ���'!,' i nv r for all indu I flit|
purposes, both lar;. and small, an I
opportunity will ��� n to si   .���  Port
ney,   Port   Hammond  and   smaller
ns  with  ��� led i ie    p.-.' -r    ;n   their
uuil .    Si,in ���   frai ehl ��� -   foi   I ghtlng
and other pu pos.    have been   ecun i
md an pffor   w II bi   made to sell
i on umei *  al   as   I iw  a  rale as   po
i ., ���  bo  '        '. ��� .   acturing and do-
In   '|(   . I. po
Railway Powers.
'i he Bun n 1, Woi tmitia i r Bouu-
dai Rail . i.. and Navigation Company,   w bi. h   fi anchl ������   .--  "w tr .1   bj
from I'on Moody easterly along tho
Dcwdney mink road through Coqun-
ivim, NRaple Ridge and Mission fo
Slave liver.
From the Fraser bridge a line li
to be constructed to the international
boundary between Semlamo Bay and
Sumas
A fifth clause call-. for a line
through Point Grpy from Vancouver
along the  North   xtiii of  ihe  Fraser
river to  this  city.
1        Lighting   and   Power.
The intention of the company with
regard  to Its system of tramways i
io operate by i li ctrlcltj. and it has I
tin-   following   franchise   In   this   rc-
i-.pi  t;     "The  company   may   acquire
an i   i.t llize   who r  and  BreanT powci
f a- tho pur] tn-" ot i om] :���. - Ing   iir oi i
���.   .  ,:i': l ���    i . '���   '��� fi...      li   lulng, t
111   It     II   '....    |i II pu ���������-.   II,1.1    may
di pose   of     iirplns   power   genenated
i...   ihe company       o ks and  noi n
��� I ...  tl   for   the   undi i taking    of    ihe
 inny. nnd for tho p irpo e ol    ach
u i :i Itl in, .'Illzation nnd di '."��� al,
maj construct, operate and maintain
ii ii for the convi j-nncn of In al
II lit, i,..\\ ��� . trl . I.'ctrtcity." It will
bi nee snr; to inakq an an ��� n < tits
'Wltli it.e i iti. ������ an l municipalities tor
waj li ave, bui the company do - "������
..,,.. . . to be nil . il iiinle.l in ."iii-
ii.j   io   arrangi nv nl      .-Itti   the   local
low    temperature    yesti rday
I to Ice. p people iudoora a?
much ui. possi ile, and the uncom-
in sp.aking of the new tariff, advised j lu"" teatun - of residents wearing Cu;
thai shippers should not make unyle"al* and cap w.i witnessed on th
large coinitticts ahead for freight as streets,
they might be affected by some of
the  changes which  will   be   made   i i
tho present freight tariff.
Tile new tariff will apply on all
shipments from points In Eastern
Canada to British Columbia. Alberts
will noi i>. affected by the new tariff,
which is designed solely to apply to
transcontinental freights. The new
tariff will be a complete revision of
the one at present In force.
Superintendent Retires.
George C. Hi dge, u r tho pa I I i
years superlntendeni of the Nelson
district ot the B C. Tele] b ne company, retired Inst week fiom the
company's survlces. He was In
ohai ���' ��� " ihi re\ Ision woi k In this
city lust summer, when the lines were
ri constructed, As Bupei Intend, ni al
Nelson he had charge ol the w irk of
construction of practically all Ihe
lines opernti d by the companj in the
Kootenay and Boundai s dlsi i-lcts, nnd
had managed the various offici i (
the company  from Nel ion,
I'll.. ,\, wlugi 'i again did good
work on in, , i, i- break ng up U<
Ice fioes, many ol which went out on
the ebb tiii.     ii. in. properly  protect
ed the
(best   "IT.
at
u tin control
Bduioni.nl, .i an. 1.��� The luti
flnanc.aI report from Coates Sons ,v-
Co,, I.on.Inn. England, tyceived b..
iUe city conmiis iom.-r this morulng,
. show ihiu Edmonton j per cent, bon I
reached a n<-w high notch during the
week ending December is. when they
sold for In. 3-1, the hlghesi BgUre
yet rt ache I The range for the year
was from I mi 3-s to 107 3-4, while
Winnipeg .". per cent- bonds ranged
from l"i 3-1 to lu.". for the same
period. ' Kdmontoii bond- were Lhe
only ones sold on thi London market
In l). .'��� nib.-r
J
Loud m, Jan. 1       ���      ivevj  thai th -
, i Indu revclu    a       . ������ "��� has [ol owed  the exampli   of   he  Y oung T i
the Ru . lan t fro    .- and otnei B jht-
ln -   political   oi 't"ii-  In   i
lis hlng  ii'-.i i'i. ��� itslde  Its ..�� n
country, has glvt u it:..- India offli ���
unpleasant! st shoi h     had since
the movi t ii m to fi       he di , endency
from  B Ittsh domiu u ion  bee im
ml lable,
The task ol di alln ��� ��It b committees
.n un.-ma capital   i- noi onl n
;..    mo:,.   .im.. Engl md   than
ih it of combatting rev. lu on u j activity   iu   India   its. if,     ,ii    he   p ompt-
A ith  which  ��� a    nial   intents ac-1
co odated themselves to Enghtnd's
i ampalgn of i e\  on  In their o\\ u ,
country   is  taken .--   ;��� stlfy Ing  to  the i
perfection  of   theii      ganlzation   and
to    their    detei oi u  ' on   to  carrj   on
their woi k.
That the native wai fari aga d i
British nil.- can be con lucted u mosl
as conveniently from Europe Or
Ami rlca aa in India ha
he same  capita
Stake Lake I'owei Company, have
powers to coi ict five lines of rati-
iva;   un lei     u assed in  1907.
i a.- pi incipal   roul     Is  from   Vancouver  city   through   Hastings   town
South Van om er nnd Bui nab    to
ihi    fit\. and  io  the  Frast r brl Ige,
.,      . :,     i :.  .... '"   Coqil
, ui to Poi i Moody. wei ;��� rlj i<> the
Si . .nd    ii.. ������    pri   10   'il    to
;,. erected by the Vancouver, Westminster A.- Vu ii I way, and forming ultimately a junction with the
Vani ou\ .-I  im   :n that city
\\ \t to ;!ii . i-. ilar route ihe
cbaiier pro\ d i a lln from the
Second narrows bridge to Howe
sound and Burrar I Inlet I j wa ol
Seymour ci
Another clatisi   p ovides  for a line
the i authoi it les.
Surveys Completed.
3ui veys   of   thi    power   hue   hiuive
in mpb ted, .hi.I   ns    .. ui  a -   the
weather improves, actual construction tvoi I. will be coiiiin. in i ai dlf-
., .. i.    points
'I be ui.il: .1 iii;.��� i ommeni ��� m ui ol
ih.- work means a great deal for this
bil.. iir.'l   liundn d thou an I    ol
dolliii s will be available, Im the
lin ��� oi the company Im ��� ��� en
��� ��� m no on ."���.;. ndlitire roi upplies,
,ui I i. en ill's ; iiai i on il h a-"��l iu I-
in is will be done tietween this city
and the town and dlati lets easl to
\\ Ion City, Al lii- tlnn ol year
tin ..|i. iiinc .ia of a large volume of
outdoor construction w'ork will pro-
\ do ��� ni'.loytn. ni for men i roni the
Ie- er mainland cities.
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
IS NDW UNDER CONTHDI
American   Department   of    Agriculturu
Employed   150  Vets and   Assist
ants to Subdue Outbreak
11
\Yti nlngton,  l>. C,
���\.. v.. have about
Jan.   '.
��� ii ten
-"I  belli.-   foot
111 .'II      IO
however,
KOREAN EMPEROR STARTS   FIRE IN IMMiG CARDS
ON FIRST TDDR OF EMPIRE      CAUSES HEAVY DAMAfiE
emperoi
MarquL
Chli ago, Jan. 7    Fire nt  the stoch
yards tonight did $200,000 damage tofthlrd
Seoul, Koi ��� a, Jan. 7 - Thi
ol   Kor^i.   accompanied   by
Ito  of Japan  and  his   ministers,   left Darlington   .v,   Co.'a  fertilizer    plant, third
��� li,.  capital   this  morning f<y  a   torn Swift's   butterlne   plan-     and     wool,
1 of   the  empire   to  Investigate confli- house were threatened, nnd tenants of
been Bhown tlons.    This   Is   the   first   trip   of  a twenty five  houses   In   the   neighbor-
and nieiitli disease corralle i" d dared
Sei n ��� of Agriculture V
da; i w ant lo emphasize
thai wi ai-i li ' ting up iu our Investl-
gai .on . ���' glow ly, b. cause If wo did
noi foreign countries mlghi qiiaran
tint again i lhe whole United States.
as ill'.- are very suspicious of gel
ting the Infi ci Ion
The dep.. lent has ha i i' force ol
150 veterinarians and many non-pro
I.'    ional  nun  engaged  itl   (lie work of
eradicating the disease, the co I ol
which, ii is estimated, will bfl fnllv
half n million dollars In the four
itati affected, New York. Michigan,
Pennsylvania and Maryland. The total number of animals slaughtered was
8,605, vain, d al $88,268, of which
the Federal government will pay two-
tin.i   the  state    nff cted  one*
vessel   un. able to  pot
irtB   I" it i  i,   and   spent   tbt
time   from   Sti reito'n    to  the  Frast.
bridge     Thi    U,   I    showing a  ten-
(I net   i.i j ni'. and la steadily  in.   i
Ing in thlcknc -,
No   replies   ��cn      . CelVi d  up   to   I:','-,
. venin ; from :-i. ,v partnn nl of Mai
'ne and Fish. 11. i, or the provincial
exi cutlve al \ li toria, and at range
m nts were mad foi another message
to be Bent, li i not Imp oli.'ible that
tli. w ire li. Ing down on the C P. U
li ive  delayed   messages In   tia ismls
Ion from the l'Vi t,
'i ho trau i nntlnental t rain from ti.<
i     did n ii  ���'. ach the city y. stor lay
the C.   P    i: .   and   al ii ugh   it
rvn ���  aim  i    !.  t    evi ntng    thai
there would hi a, train ma le u] ti
i' ."��� ��� nt ''. a. in., it was very d< ubl
ful  If the train    could    get  through
:n l ni the Vancouver office i it was
intimated thai the overland express
was noi  likely to be In till noon.
relegraphlc commun'catl n was cut
off on  the  C.  P. 11.  beyond  MlBS'.on
I'he Western Union Tel. graph C im
; in;   reports all witvs In operation
KING    OF    PORTUOAL
HEARS  OF   A   PLOT!
i. bou, Jan, 7. At a banquet given!
By officers ol the army In 'bis city |
lust night, ul which King Manuel was I
present, n lieutenant publicly warned
his innj' ��� t) that .i plol to dethrone
him was in course of preparation.
The officer declared further that
.tin- king was surrounded by spies and
traitors. Extra guards are on duty
around the royal palace.
by the recurrence of bomb outrages In   Korean
Bengal   almoai   sljnultaneousjjy   with
the discovery of "it" of the revolutlon-
i i.-t s' agencies In Paris.
|    Even rooting it out of Franct
fi ar. .1 here would have no other
than to cause it- transit r to Mime city  water sf.rvice for
where  England   might   look   for less city   of
sympathetic treatment from  the an- j 	
th..riiics.   Thai  there are, In fact   already   branches   In    Berlin,   Vienna
ruler to   the   Interior   of  the
empire.    The emperor will return  to
Seoul ��n January 12.   During tl art;
I stages of the journey h< has been re-
;   |    eelved everywhere with enthusiasm.
iTect i '	
| I were driv.it into the st' i ei
Every available engine in the
was rushed to the seen, of the tit
TACOMA   MEN   HEIRS  TO
A  &10,000,000   ESTATt
city
MORE   GRANTS   LIKELY
TO   WAK   VETERANS
VICTORIA
Canada   and    perhaps
strongly suspected.
elsewhere    is
Mackay May Resign.
Toronto, Jan. 7.���It is understood
by some of the most influential men
Of the parly that, when the legislature opens, lion, v J. Mackay will
resign the leadership. He was the
choice of the caucus when Hon.
Oeorge P. Craham accepted a portfolio
at Ottawa. The Liberals look io Rev.
. .1. A. Macdoiiald, editor ol the 0-lobev
as  the next loader.
S. A. IMMIGRANTS.
London, Jan. 7.���Colonel Lamb, of
the Salvation army, says they expect to send 8,000 immigrants to Canada in 1909. They will go as prospec
tive workers on the land, and being
virtually under contract, they will be
exempt from the regulation requiring
the  possession  of   $25-
Reception to  Lacrosse Club.
invitations  have  been    Issued    to
playing members of the Westmin-f:
Intermediate lacrosse club and a nmn
ber ot prominent supporters to attend a reception at Sid Malcolmson's,
comer of Elliott and Armstrong
streets, this evening Mr. Malcolm-
��on, who during the past year discharged the onerous ilulieR of manager of the club, hopes to be able to
take the boys for a trip to California
this summer, providing sufficient in-
teraeUt in the project can be aroused
The proposition will be discussed this
evening-
Clergy and Railway Fares.
Winnipeg. .Ian. 7.���The special ratei
accorded to clergymen by railways in
Western Canflda for many years have
been withdrawn, and the clergy now
pas full fares when traveling
still gel  ti lower rate.
Nuns
oronto,   inn   7    According  i" offici ra of iir   Brltli b smith African sei
Victoria, Jan, 7, -W. J. Taylor, city l|M BBg0clfttlon ,���,,,   wll��� ,���;,h  in.
���,lLci.or. piaci befors the city conn   lr.ni(.w,,,  Prcmler ljlimi.,.  ,���������,,,���!,
Cil yesterday  the    proposition of    the   |h-|ii  ^   f(>i.  land   ^^    |hepa  ,g
Canadian Agency corporation of London, England, in connection with the
Sooke lake water proiiositiou. The
British company will install plant to
pipe water from Sooke lake to the
city at an estimated cost of $l,a00,-
000. The city pays the corporation
live p*-r cent, on its Investment for
:if. y.-ars, operating the plant Itself.
At the end of that time the plant may
he purchased by the city at the initial
cost. The proposition will probably
bo turned down.
their claim for land grants, Iher
��� very probablUt;   of the tame being
granted.     These   are   South   Africans
i who   -ei veil With   Enitlish   corps   aud
have emigrated  to Canada since the
war.    At a meeting last,  night  lii.tu
bers   were   told   prOSB60ta   were  wry
bright,   The association has a mem-l
herahip  of  five   thousand   in  Canada,I
Tne   majority   of   Toronto   members
have pledged themselves to seiti.. on
their gram if they get it. j
Tacoma,   Jan.   7- .I.   D.   Lewis and
.1.   s.   Lewis,  descendants of   Chris-
I tophcr Springer, whosi  .suite at WU-
! mlngton, Del., valued at  n< arlj $100,-
' 000,000,   will   shortl;    be   distributed,
have received word thai a meeting of
the legatees will  be held  In  the near
future.
Though Christopher Springer died
childless the descendants of Mathlas
Bprlnger, his brother, now Dumber
appB-Oxlmately 1,000, Four ot The
heirs are Taoomans, They are the two
Lewis I rOthers, B. D. Springer, a mill-
wrighi, now at Pittsburg, Wash., an 1
r;a> K Llewellyn, advertising tiian-
ager of b department store.
IC. LAND SliKvl VURS
ELECT OFFICERS NEXT WEEH
The annual un i        uf the Corpoiu
Hon  oi'   Brltl I   i   lumbla   Lan I
vi oyrs will  '��� ���   'i Id  in    hi   Chan
eh imbers,   \'li toi la,   i omuienoint
Tuesday,  and  continuing    until
.... in. ia  lui.  b en  completed
principal  bil Im       .. II  be  the  i-ei    t
Ing of tbe " |ioi t "i  the board, passing the   flrvntn   il    tati mem  foi      I
J ear.   and     oil CI ing     offli Bl I   to '   I'
coming yea ���    i   i   not unlikely  ��� i
during  lhe ��� \ ��� nlng    there will
banquel. us  nn mbers  will be  in  ai
tend,nice i;om the     ',"    country  ���
well ns fi om Vancouver and Ihi   i
,1    II.   Mi I.i egOl   i    ,'������ sid nt   for    tl ���
pre .in  s 'in,   md ;; die i Rob i
retary.
Th.. ('.up...a' on of Land Survi yoi -
Istorganlzed under an act of the | ���
I vincial leglslmtu e   i hey examln   i
\ dldates   who     wish   to   practise   ht r
1 .md   have   full   com roi   of   tile   pro
Ion
BELLINGHAM   AFTER
A   SALMON   HATCHERY
.V,
The Temperature
The temperature at 2. |
a. m. this morning was I
four degrees above zero,
with a slight flurry of j
snow.
s
���
CALGARY  STREET   RAILWAY
WILL  COST  $478,000
Calgary, Jan. 7.���Today the finance
commissioners, In conjunction with
City Engineer Hill, considered the
street railway question and looked
Into the matter-.'of estimates fcnd
��� ! probable cost of the system.    Mr, Hill
North    Yakima,  Jan.   7.���ManagerI stated   the proposed    system  would
Rosenstock, of the  Pacific  grill,  had   cost over $478,000.
three fat pullets stolen from his ben-!  ""--���
house last night, but  inndo money byj       Troops  Burn   Chinese   Villages,
the steal. Auioy,  China,  Jan.  7.���Reiwrts  re-
Bi lllngham,   Jan,   .-   \n   effo .   .=
being made by citizens of Bellingh ti
to  secur",   through   the  Washing ���
delegation nl   Washington,, D   C,
passage of a bill In the Benate
vidlng  foi    Si   ���  tabllshmenl of    w
addltlonald  fish  hatcheries on Puge:
sound,   and   it   la  hoped   to be ai. ������
hav   one of tflem  1 ..it'd here.    Tb-r
bin passed the house at the lust n -
ilon, and Senator Piles has been asl
ed to see that It comes up before
senate  this session.
COUNT  ATTEMPTS SUICIDE;
LOVE   AFFAIRS  ARE   TANGLED
CHICKEN  THIEF   DROPS
WALLET  IN HENHOUSE
One of the thieves dropped his
pocketliooli containing $9.25 on the
floor.    The caterer discovered his Iosb
celved her.- today from the districts
In Manchuria, affected by tho revolutionary outbreak, say that the govern-
an.l his gain almost simultaneously, tnenl iroups have burned seven vii-
when he opened the hr-nhoutp door[lagoi nnd that the Insurgent* are on
thi   morning. 1 the defensive.
Tokyo, Jan. 7. - Count Toda, whose
engagement to a royal princess '*'���*���
recently canceled because of the discovery that h" bad been married while
a student"'at Cambridge, England, and
who divorced his wife after his return to Japan, today attempted to commit- suicide, by taking poison. Th-?
count has been deprived of his seat
in the upper bouse.
$30,000.00   FOR   WEST.
Winnipeg, Jan. 7.���Vice-President
Whyte, when he leaves for Montreal
this week, will ask for thirty million
dollars appropriation for constructio-i
work on western lines from the C. P.
R.  executive Hi"',
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Wtt'l|i����M4liffW<>ttiBtfff'liii|i'IMI|<|i<l|fflll1ll^
I Wanted -:- Lost -:��� found i
j For Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. j
MALE   HELP  WANTED.
BOYS WANTED- The Saturday Evening Post wants a few energetic boy.-,
over ten, to recive orders', deliver
copies and make collections. Higli-
claas customers in best neighborhoods, No corner loating with bad
companions. Good pay and short
hours. Extra prizes foi good workers, ��� H. B. Casaelman, Kenny's Cafe,
Nt w Westminster.
MANY CANDIDATES
SEEK CIVIC OfflCES
No Seats Going by Acclamation in Vancouver, Victoria or Nanaimo.
'ttliC DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
JAN
*.!)Ji
LOST   Small  parol  gi nt's
Finder please notify this ���
laundry
>fiice.
FOR SALE��� Household furniture,
suitable for live room house, in
first class condition. Apply owner,
Box 973, City.
WANTED- To rent or lease, good vegetable land Apply ihi., office for
particulars.
LOST���Light grey overcoat downtown Wednesday. Kinder return to
this office.   Reward.
WANTED- -To exchange, 2u acres of
kind for city house and lot. Apply
Box 3W
WANTED���Nursemaid from 1 to G.
Apply Mrs. John Bridges, corner
Carnarvon and Elliott streets,
TO RENT���Hoard and room; piano;
close in. .'HO Third avenue, near
Fourth street.
FOR HALF���-Second hand piauo
lii>t class condition. Apply P.
box S38, city.
TO RENT���One large
room, near library,
Also two small one!
tihli
furnished bed-
iiliable for two.
Rent reason-
Apply 287 Victoria street.
WANTED���-A nurse girl; services required from 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs, Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
TO RENT--Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alex. Speck.
Nominations for ihe office of
mayor, aldermen, license commissioners and school trustees, to be tilled at the municipal election on January 11 in Vancouver, were made yes-
te'rday as follows:
For mayor- -c. s. Douglas, Walter
.Hepburn, Edward Odium, D. M. Stewart and L D. Taylor, editor of the
World.
For aldermen-Ward 1, J. W. Pres-
cott, H. Lockwood, A. E. Goodman,
James Ramsay. Ward 2, Sanford J.
Crowe, W. P, Roberts, J n. Campbell,
H, J. Franklin. Ward 3, Thomas
Fitzpatrlck, E, S Knowlton, Donald
-Mcintosh, John L. McTaggart, T. F.
McGuIgan. Ward I. Oeorge Mc8pad-
den, T. O. D. McBride. Ward 5,
Rlckard Mills, T J. Whiteside, John
Morton. Ward 6. James White. John
McMillan, W, B. McKcnzie, T. C.iliand.
Alexander DnlT.
School trustees T. 11. McKay, W
D, Brydone-Jaek, Oeorge J, Dyke
Arthur L, Kendall, Thomas Duke, .1. J.
Dougan.
I,icon '���    (ommli don. i       R     A,   Mc-
Culloch,   11.   A    Edgett,   Andrew   M.
Tyson, II. E Almond, James FIndlay,
Nominations    in    Victoria.
For mayor���Mayor  Dr.   Lewis  Hall,
A, J. Morley.
For aldermen���Ward I, Alderman
William Mnble, Alderman Henry Norman, W. C Stewart. Ward 2, Alderman Hi.'hard Hall, Aldermin Meston,
Rurs Humber. Ward 3. Alderman'
Gleason    aud    Alderman    Ful
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
'Sunlight Soap
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I Chest Protectors j
The New Year's Clioi^
Products
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May,
AT ALL PRICES
RY ALL'S
will be found nt  our ��� -,.���
thing that embraces tab
fancy and staple grocerl,
slona of all kinds at   lowest
quality considered,
Adams & Dea^
Groceries  and  Crock��rywaP(
COLUMBIA  STREtT
SOCIETIES.
DRUG
STORE
I. O. 0. P.���AMITY LODbE, NO. 07��� [
The regular meetings of this lodge1
are held In Oddfellows' hall. Cohan
bla  etreet, every   Monday   evening,
at 8 o'clock.
Synopsis ol  lanaiiiiin  Homesteu
Regulations,
���CM
EYES TESTED FREE  ��.
.. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
I^dge room, A. 0. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows' block, ClarkaoD street
V E STMIN8TER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone- 366, P.O.
box S07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Ward i, Alderman A. McK o
Winterburn,   P.  A.   Raymon i
5,  Alderman Anton  Il^nd     < i
Sargison, T. N. Hibben. Job
nor.
Nanaimo Candiilt'^s.
The list of candidate-, who have .iti
nounced  themselves for  civic   hO'iors
W.G.
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A. G.|
Tvtr-
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ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and systemlz-
ing, Guinn & Falrley, Phone 1117,
18 Flack block. Vancouver,  B. C.
iu the municipal elections to
on January 14, Is as follow-
For mayor���Alderman Bai
Alderman Hodgson, ex-Mayo
nell.
For aldermen���North war
man Dalley, Alderman Klrkham, ex-
Alderman Forrester, John Shaw
Middle ward. Alderman Booth, Alderman Busby, Alderman Shepherd.
.South ward, Aidrrmsn Cav-alsky, Alderman McRae, Alderman Wllsor. ex-
Alderman Graham
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors, ,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc,
jrish and Fruit Boxe.v
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Til's nlin"��   1 ''
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, in the biuall
hall,  Oddfellows'  block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tui ij
evening at 8 p. m, In the Eagles'
hall. Columb a street. A. Clark
W. Pres,; II. Schofleld, Secretary,
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF Iclv.
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfe!    ��� i
had, Columbia street.
Any available Dominions luaj, win
in the railway belt In British fJolir,
bla, may be bomesteaded by aayperio,
who is the sole bead 0f e    .
any male over IS years or age,
extent of oue-quarter section
acres, more or loss.
Entry must be mad.
the i " al land office tor thi
���.���hi. h the land 13 situate.
proxy  may, however, be mad. ,   ',,
tain conditions; by the fathei
son.   ; lughter, brother or si
    Ihi    homesteader.
The Homesteader i�� requin i i
''��� ii. con lltlona  conne.'.. .
with    un lei    < .-ie    of the    t..
(ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT  Ab
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLEJ
CAMP, 191.���Meets on tho In
Third  Tuesday of every   mo    i  'l
K. of P. ball.   Chief W. 9 '
. 0. 0. F.���Royal City Louye, No. -
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
um-bia, Street, every Friday evening
a:. 8 o'clo. k. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. 0 , record-
ipg secretary.
telephone.12.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Roue Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
lu K. of P. Hall, c.iumbla St., al
8 p. tn., Wbite Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
New Westminster  }
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The Business Man
* ���.-
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No. .,
No, li;
Sai
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MUSIC!
A   Long  Gams.
Bummer of 1840
Thi    | m
the bankli
ftUlrements    j'
safeguard their
One Thou .and Copies of
Sheet Music
Ni
a   Selling
Price of
(Regular 2oc
thi
i.'CI
1  the Ridiculously I
/(�����
Five Cents
'��� H- TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
Watch   this  apace
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes   Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
.  10 t" ,".; ovening, 7:30 to 10,   Admission  10c,    skate.-    25c     During    the
Christmas    holidays   school   children
under  twelve  will  be admitted eve :���
day from  10 to 12 for 15c, including
: I".', and on Saturdays between the
. -.i ni-   hours for 10c, Including skates
Commutation tickets now ou sale
'"ii:
:'����������������� ��� ���'���*.,
English Watetunfte-
for Ladies from $12.75 i
In  the riumme-- of  1840  ff"nr>
Clay went to Kentucky on !.:   vacs I
tion,   Three nights after his tirrir
i al at a certain springs a sociabh
game  began.     In  Ihe  gauu-  wem
i Kr. Clay, Josiah Blackburn, John
Mardin and Sam Clay, a cousin of
the statesman.   It began on Fridaj
night and ran along with  varying
tack.   They were all old hands And
had the nerve Lo back their cards.
At 12 o'clock Saturday night Black-
born quit a little ahead.    Flo had
been married only two months and
was  afraid  his  young '.vife  would
think he was dead.    Sunday morning at 9 o'clock some one rapped on
the door.   It, was opened, and a ne-
?ro girl stood in the hall.   She had
��� clean shirt in her hand, and on
the bosom was a note from Hardin's wife. "For Jlr. John Hardin
wherever lie can be found."   T!i��*
door wn.�� closed and play resumed.
Hardin  changed   his  linen   it  reliable.
The Turkey Buzzard.
Some rtne lias taken the troubh
to search out an attribute of beau
tar     J-      H--
q. -.- man
U ::. ..',.       |
iu a position       on I i them
���-rest   undi r all condlt o
i'.
.. ..     uii.i.'l    1111   C
THE   8AV N3S   ACCOUNTS  of I
old and       ng bank are cordially Invlti
slt-ii    ' t-i :��� :���     ipening a ban
DO   IT   TODAY.
' ��� ��� ,i spi .
-������ knows i
very servlci
g thi     . .\ j,.,.
FRATERNAL
the Union I/>dg'\ No,
A. M.: Kin ���  -'     ii on 1.
\.  F   and  A.  M ;   I.   I
.   o. !.., No,  f. ���  ,  ���
..  v.   IGS .   I. O. F '
1' ���    ���  vVesttnlni ti r,    N ���
.    nf  i In '*.    \e.-   \..
111    At least six monta
upon  aud  ������ "iwition of the land
each   .ear  . :  ^rs.
(3j   if the ie ���" i        mother, II ���_
father Is d'-re.' '.;.'.    ��� "   the   bop
ttea li .    '���   les    pon   i   I t-m ia  tt
ricimty of the ,-������ I  entered fo;
requirements as to a-...   .
satlslled by such p*��rson residing
the lather or mother.
(3) If the 3eitler has Li. emu
ent, resilience u|-jjj Iftrjjlng il )fj
ed by him In the vicinity of nil I II
etead, the requirements as 'j reil-
deuce may be satisfied hy res
uiion the t'flld land.
Six months' notice In writing r-    .
be given to tho Commissioner i
Inlon Lands at Ottawa of Inten
apply for patent.
      COAL.���Coal mlnlug rig
SOCIETIES, li^as^,] for a ,,er|n(j 0f twenl  -
per
���.
at  an  annual rental  of $i
l Not   more   than 2560 at ������
I.
!0;
":i
ai
ROYAL BANKV CANADA
WEST^''^.5TPR    d    /- p   p   LYLE.  Man_,. .     ^
04 ^0*0*C^0*CO#0*040*040*0
and   repulsive
Gold Watcht:
up.
Silver    Wati Ins,    gentl
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gi
$7.50 up.
Air'-nt     for     Wiiltham
watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7u;o   doors  from   Ceo. Adams,  Croct'
open   face
open     ��� .
nnd     i:
!>'  in   tho  eonunon
looking bird known as the turkei
bumrd    His flight is 8aid t,( g
he perfection of aerial navigation
"M the manner in which he floats
��Pon the still, soft air of th ih
era climes is a dream of grace ���n'o
loveliness But. when he aliahh
J0��itry takes iti flight, wd thtffi
velotis soarer is found i , be th.
homeliest and most unattractive o
birds His tastes are low, �� he l
a natural scavoager.    F|,   j, hn]li
and fmtiHto: PrM��j items to hin
been-leffotttof'Hiifa.tt:, ,3
manners are simply atrocious' \��
^rerpecttng KW will u^.U
������������   W.��  rnpemi.
Spats   -That   old   maid,   Mi���   Vall
She. , ls ,���, mo8t carefnl '   Ml- JM
lcnl board ng mislr...    i t w
J^rblnTmy^SeT8 liSJSZx"
te   lay  Svav"    ""'''" ��n,mor tlm.
bails y hor "'"^ "> eamplw,
"A -; - Tn.--.QL. -N..w westmin
; ��� Boa.-d of Trade meets In the
^-���! R >m, City Hall, as follows-
Third Thursday nf (���,h montn
Quarterly meetings on th* third
Thursday of Februav Mar
August and November, at 8 i
Annual meetings on the
Thursday of Febrtiarc New
members may be proposed "and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
j leased to one indlvl     ���
A  r,"-;^  1 at the rati
jton shall bo collet ���
chantable coal mined
L u'- v*-. com
I Deputy of the Minister   r rhe r. ,
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.   1908.
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS,
ra-' South
third
Choice Meats
AT THK B^^
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  .im
80WELL <& ODDr. Proprietor*.
h-very assignment of the right oi .
African  Volute..;  entitled to i
Jand  grant  must    be  by   way  ol   i
Polntment of a substitute and must
"i the form provided bj   the Act.
Special attention la called to Bui
-section 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides thai
'no assignment of the right of a vol-
unteer by the appointment of a sub-
stitute shall be accepted or recognised
by the Department 0f the laterior
which is not executed and dated after
��he date of the warrant for tho land
9rant Issued by the Minister of Mllit.i
���'���nd Defence in favor of the volunteer
J.
^ower Fraser River
^eigkt and Passenger Service per
SS. wTavorite,,
Carrying freight and paaseune,    tl
all  points  between  New  U      ��    "
and Westham island       We8t*lnster
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf . ���
�� 2 P.m,; additional tr,p80r     ^ f
(leaving at 6 a.m. '   ���
Returning leave Westham  Island i
������m. daily, except Prldaya    ,  ,���   '
additional trip on  Saturday"     eavw
���J 5:30 P.m., calling at s.-ves,    '"
: Inducement offera.
W. GRKKNWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottaw.i
HENRY _
Nurseries
ce,   Greenhou
hou
8����   and    Se��d-
ses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Br
inch Nu
rsery South Vi
Acdl
coiiver.
SEEDS
"ni the I
matlzed Test
ed Stock.
for th
e spring   tradi
and,  France,     H
���est growers In    E
ng-
olland,   Unlti
and  eastern  Canada
WcstminstPf Woodworking Co.
BANK AND STORE FITTERS.
I        BulW< Ml ii ion Furniture,
Ma itles, etc.
Work��!Cor.E..venth8t.andC rUn��|
phons 473.
B3NQTJIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal  Avenue and Blackle Street,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS. Daily train, , 3mi
Sunday) carrying ��t ngi8( 3'
"press    and    freight    -����.. I '
"ages at Csrcros. a���d Whhe H-*
'naintaining a through wVn,"rC ^
J^iMsmmSk    Traff,   y.
State
well as those which can be successfully grown In 13. C.
Extra choice i���t of fruit treeB
'""' f;",!!1' fruits, strictly home
���'''"w" ;'"d our own propagation
t'""1 bearlhg stock.
Omamental In all loading
varlotios suitable for planting
'" B. C. All the best make of
sPray pumps,.
fertilizers. ,3ee SuppIle8i
Bprajdng Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M, J. HglNRY
���aWMBaPiaWWWBBiMBsWIPis^^HHaWBBBI FRIDAY, JAN. *, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
thru
NOTICE.
THE BURRARD WESTMINSTER
BOUNDARY RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION COMPANY
will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next .session for an Act extending the time within which the
Company may commence and complete the Railway the construction of
which was authorized by the Company's Act of Incorporation being
Chapter B8 of the Statutes of Canada
1907, and to authorise the Company
to enter Into any agreement with
the Vancouver, Wosinitnster and Yukon Railway Company which is authorized by Section .'ii>l of the "Railway Act" and for other purposes, and
authorising the con miction of a
. branch line from a point in the nwin
line authorised by clause (c) of subsection 8 of the company's Act of Incorporation, thence in an easterly and
northerly direction by the most feasible route through Yale, lallooet and
Cariboo districts to tli. most convenient point where a junction can be
made with the branch line of the
Vancouver, Westminster and Y'ukon
Railway which runs from the main
line of said Railwaj easterly to Ed-
monton.
Dated at Vanrouvcr, It C, December
30th, 1908.
TUPPI5R A.- GRIFFIN.
Solicitors for Applicant.
" WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION! Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
ACT, 1897, AND AMENDING ACTS." 	
Vancouver Power
Company, Limited
��� ntiah Columtji* Coast Una
Service.
TIME TABLE
NOTICE is hereby given thai iwo
w.eks after date application will be
made to the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council by the Vancouver Power
Company, Limited, for a further Certificate of Approval or Its turner undertaking  In the  maun   oi   the    con-| WE8TMIN8TER-VIOTORIA   ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Steamer 1'rincess Victoria wll leave
Vancouver daily at 1 p.m.; arrive Victoria 6 p.m. Leave Victoria at 11.59
p.m. daily;  arrive Vancouver 7 a.m
Btruction of a iltim ai the outlet of Coquitlam Lake In the District oi New
Westminster.
The works intended to be tin lertak-
en bj the construction of the said
dam and in connection therewith are
the   following:
The erection of a hydraulic earth-
filled dam about 660 feet in length,
with a crest width of about 20 feet and
a thickness at the base of about 430
New Westminstetr ever) Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on W' d-
nesday
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
and HOth of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nana mo at
7 a. in.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the East naif of the southwest
quarter of Section 111, Township 10, in
the Dlsrtict of New   We 'minster.
Whereas proof of the lo a of Certificate of Title No. 6386F, issued In the
name of Johana II. Strand na- been
filed In this office.
Notice is hoi'i'M given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of Nevt Westmin-t-r, l.-sue a
duplicate of thi said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
fee made to me in writing.
C. S   KEITH,
District   R.^.-.trar of  Titles,
Land Registry Office, New' Westminster, R. C, Dec   2Sth, V."-
feet a. the upper end of the main up.|p0rt8; ~0thot pacn moulh fo-Ahcuset,
,...,��� channel; the dam to be of a niffl-jQmUsIno' c*��e Scott an(* wa>' f��rts-
cletit height to raise the waterlevel of
Coquitlam  lake  by aboui   60   feet;  a
spillway channel to be made about 150
feel    Wide,   12    feet   deep   to   C,l    I >    awir.'i
surplus  wat.r.
And all such necessary and Inclden '
tel  works   that   may   be   neoessao   to SKAGWAY   ROUTE,
fully   and   effectually   carr;    QUI     and ; Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
complete the aforesaid  further under :     12th a"d 26th.
taking, NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
It is Intended to instal a 2!-lncn cm , s.S. Beatrice leaves Vancouver Jan.5.
Crete   pipe   extending  from    the    up-      igth; Feb. 2nd.
Stream   toe   of   the   dam   up   Into   '!i":s.S.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
lake for u distance to be agreed  upon       Dec   29th, Jan. 12th. Jan. 26th.
with   the  City  of  Ne*-  Westminster,
and to ereel a tower for the ga ���    and    teave
��� ���!'ens  at  th.-  toe of the   lam   and      prom   New   Westminster   Monday
from ibis toe to carry a 21  i I    wedm sday and Friday a! 8 a.m.
iron pip.- surrounded with concrete In j     From Chllllwack Tuesday, Thursday
ii deep trench underneath   .      am to gnd Saturday at 7 am.
a connection  with  the    .'      ni to 	
New   Westminster.
The area which will be Ho i
th" raising of ;ii.' water 1"W. I
acres, of \\ Iiich the commi n        al ���������
would not ��� xceed $1.00 an  acre   and
SURVEYORS ARE LOST
IK NORTHERN WIIDS
Party -. rn     Men    Missing    In
Hudson B.iy  District for Several
.   Months���Hope Abandoned.
Winn;....   j .n.  7.--A   party  of   Dominion in. nt   surveyors,   R.   D.
Pry,    10,   VY    Worrier    and     Frank I
Peter-;,   all   Ul    Ottawa,   who   arrived j
today  from    Fort  Churchill,   Hudson!
Bay,   tii:    with   them   the   sensational repon  of the disappearance of
the    pan j    which  was    sent    out  by J
Major Mood) of the mounted police In
search  of Inspector   Peltier   and   htsl
body of Eskimos, who also  have, ap-J
pareniiy,   been   lost.     Years   ii^o.   an!
officii- num.'i Caldwell, from the jjeo-1
logical  departmenl     at   Ottawa, was|
sent   out   on   a    survey   in   the   north
country and never was heard of after
he left.    In  an  endeavor to  find   the j
missing man,   Major  Moody sent   out
Inspector Peltier to seek all  possible
Information  and   to  make  the  usual
patrol,     inspector   Peltier   left.   Ohes-I
terfleld   inlet   bj    boat   to   tmvel   to J
Fullerton, where he was to wait until
August   I, bin   the crew, bout   and Inspector I'elti.i   have never  been seen
or heard from since, and it is believed
they  have  been  loaf.
SLEEP AND DIET.
��'("..��i   Slaml)t-/-   l)i|t. .float  una  Aav
a 1...! In . K,It     *, re     l...i>.  rlrrl
One of tbe most Important functions
���f Unit mysterious physical condition
we term sleep is so little understood
that persons who cheat themselves
habitually out of two or three hours
of their natural rest every night *r��
heard wondering at tbe sume tine why
they are affected with dyspepsia and
malnutrition. Care, even rigor, in the
mutter of diet seems to avail nothing
the stomach continuing in a condition
tc chronic revolt.
In reality the processes of digestion
and assimilation are so closely Inter
woven with slumber that unless tbe
required amount of sleep is taken It in
Impossible for the body to be nourish
ed. If. indeed, the  lend undergoes the
ordinary digestive changes.
it Is only when tbe brain and the cu
Ore nervous system are practically off
duty Ibat the processes of ultimata nutrition take place. The food eiiten It
finally assimilated and transfonue.'
Into new tissues, Into blood, muscle I
nerves ami brain, only while the bod;
Is relaxed in slumber.
A curious Illustration of this necm
���Ity of sleep Is that furnished by th. |
six day endurance races,   uue man en .
gaged in these deadly tests cats nv* I
times as much as n  man on ordlnart
labor eould eruiu down. Want of sleet
has rendered it Impossible for even the
enormous amount of food taken at tbb
time Into the body to form new tissue
���-Philadelphia Press.
Saturday, Jan. 9
ORIGINAL   AND   ONLY
HI HENRY'S
GREATEST
MINSTRELS, *
ENTIRELY   NEW
10�����    ���STAR   COMEDIANS���. .���to
14 VOCALISTS 11
Grand  Electrical Scenic  first    part.
Fanciful  conception of the  Palace of
Aladdin;    grand    double    orchestra:
Tipton Glee Club;  Saxophone    Quartette;   down   the   Mississippi.
Hear the Famous Military  Band Con
cert at 7:00 p. m,
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Opera House
FRIDAY, Jan. 15
WISCONSIN   MEN  TO
OPEN    LUMBER    CAMPS?
UP RIVER,
Janesville,   Wis
pany known a- I hi
the
PROFESSIONAL.
A.
WHEALLKR, BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., 4'J Lome Street,
opposite Court House. New Westmin
ster.    Phone 1 13
w
H1TBSIDK & EDMONDS, Barristers and ill ito : ������ Blk���
Columbia ;t.' ������:, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds,
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornm
Harkson and  l/orne streets.
���MOMiiffiefW
CANAtftiftP
BOOKINtl To AND FROM AN!
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
stmpress of Ireland Jan. 8th
Corsican Jan- 22
Fur  otln      dates   and   ;     :' tulara,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P  I'-   Ageni
FILI. ALARM   BOXES
5���AsyR'Ui.
���i���Ui/. :n City Mills.
7���Carnarvon nnd Tpntb
!s���Ro.nl avenue und Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue nnd Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second ami Park Row,
14���Columbia  nnd  Duffetin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Si.th
ti���.^.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av��>ue and  Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���TU'Fd avenue and Tenth.
52���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Srhn.ike Machine Works.
36���Columbia and McKensIe
3�����C. P. R. Station.
42---Small & Bucklln Mills.
the   approximate    ��� s-r; ,
quantity   of   timber  on   \'iH     flooded
area would not exceed 1500   ���     B.M
per  acre.
!' Is propo led thai i In watei - al
present recorded by th. i '' >
from Lake Coquitlam and l om Lake
Buntzeii be utilized to    g< the
<,owei" required to opi rat. :.- said
further undertaking ot the coi pany
and nl o   under  th I   the |
watei -   so  to   ...     in . ts . n
l ol        .' oresaid furthi
taking sha 1 ' e   itlltzed in tin
tion of and  the cai rylng   ���
undertakings of thi   Coi   an)
ously hereto approved liy >'
of Approval of the I ���    <  an Gov n
or in Count II, nnd thai   l-   ' eriifii    ���
..   \      ival of which notli.
given do so provide.
The . stimated cos; of tl
lag Is a out $2tio,OOu.
The Pi b Company ���> 111 hat i
subsi rlbed bi fore it coinmenci
consti ict Ion -  oi  the sa r un-
Ing and works o   ��� ��� any
of the powi rs In thai bchall coniV-i red
... \\ ater Clausi b i . o ation
\, i 1897 Par: IV, one thou and i U 00)
hare ... om dollar ($1.00) ��� .a b, and
the further amount of capital ������ mired i" full) complete the ��� lid ti
��� ��� in;: will be provide bj a loi ol one
hundre l and ntnety-nlni hou aa.1 dol-
lai -   ($199,000)  to be   m   l< he
Brltl   i    Columbia    Electric    R
Company, Limited, to the Powi
pany to bi    ��� cured bj Mo     .-. ���   Bonds
of  th.   Power   Company   it:     sti Ming,
oi   decimal curr. ncy carryln -   nt. rest
or  :...   such other form ol -.-   as i
mi.    ������ agreed upon between the said.
parties.
The time within which the said fur-1
tber capital of ono thousand    dollars
($1, i   is to 1"' Bubscrlbi d    is   two
months from the date of   ibtainln    a
certificate ol approval ol thi  nnd< rtak-
Ing and works.
The said undertaking    and    rvorks!
an- to be commenced ln-fore the expir-J
,ation of  three months from the date;
of obtaining a certificate of approval,
' to the same and the said works -hall
be in operation within two years from
(date of commencement of the same.
And upon "lien application ail thej
Usual and necessary pOjwan <t> fully|
'and  effectually  cUTTy    OUt    the    ���'aid
proposed further underling will    be
applied for.
Tiated at tho t!nt! of Vancouver, in j
the Province fir British Columbia this
24t'n day, ot li*-re.mber, A. D. 1908.
V>\\cDrVKk    POWER    COMPANY.
���H   H. Sperling, General Manager.
For   reservations   ana   information
all or address
EO. OOTJLET.
AKent, New Wesiminster
C, D. FOSTER,
' set. lieu. Pasi. Ageiit, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROUP.
General Super'tf^fiden*. victorls.
an. 7.���A com-
ndleton Lunrbei
companj has been organized here to
conduct lumbering openatlons on ii
6 .".mu'ie .��� n act of limb, r land in
Br lib Columbia, near the Idaho Hue,
which  is estimated to contain  about
350, ),000 feet  of high-class  timber.
The company is largely owned by
Janesville men, but several Washington capitalists are also Interested in
the deal. Lumbering operations will
I .��� started next winter.
A    Hun,In-1|    Conrxe   IHniKr.
At ii dinner given by the lute Prlnct j
Ratlbor there were n hundred courses 	
The chefs of the prince were solemtilj
chosen after the greatest deliberation THE distinct dramatic
and cross examination.   On one special EVENT OF the season
occasion II was announced that be wai \    A Sll   ,,,,   H|gh.0radc Production
,'n need ol a cook, and ten of the best
cl.efs duly presented   themselves   foi , '
the    coveted    post.      They    wore    |���  I Splendid New Western Military Drama
formed  by  the prince tlwt  each  miisi
serve a dinner of his own choice iitu
cooking, consisting of ten courses, ,.
be served  Ihe same evening to a Juii
��t the best gastronomes in Paris. Win
would  eat  of each  different  dish imo
then pass Judgment.   This progrnmin,
was carried out and the palm awarded
to a Frenchman who had been chef foi
many years to the   Baron   Haussmaii
A trip to Marlenbad by the whole o1
the Jury was the sequel lo this famoui
dinner   of   100  courses.���London   Til
Rita
The Lieutenant
unci
The Cowboy
Hv
Will
tir
fa
ADVKRT'SE
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR. QUICK  RETT'ENS
F'or Provincial  University.
Victoria, .lan   7.- A  tleh gatlon was'
. a pointed   al   a   public   meelng    here l
j ye-lerilny   to   111'"1     and   interview   the
.'   uinen;   upon  the  dei Irability  of
' :     ding the  proji cted provlncltal unl-
.  Ity   In   this    city.    Chief   Justice
Hunter win he   |    ..   di legation
Announcement
Mtlt OK.
Stoves which coucealed the fire wen
lu   use   iu   Greek   and   Roman   bouia.
ho)<K     The   niH'lentS   also   employe,
open   tubes  of   metal   or  oartbeuwatl
and, in addition, heated tlielr room.
wiib charcoal braziers.   Grates for th.
burning of coal   were employed  twt
Centuries ago In Great Britain.    Man, J
thousands of patents have been lukei I
out    ii;1"'.!   stoves   aud   ranges   glnci
franklin nnd Count Romford pointed ,
out  i lie waste of fuel and Of bent In
VOlved In open fireplaces,
Anthony  L
With
AN    EXCELLENT   COMPANY
Of Specially Selected Ai tlsts.
Managi meni of Pi Ron & Smutser.
Complete   Scemc   and   Electrical
Equipment.
Seat sale at Ryall' . Mondaj
Admission 25c, 50c. 75c and $1.00.
laJU' ,1
Tin- Two i.ittiy  motorists.
Th"  two great   motors  were  polled
Bj)   .: front of "tie of the big dry good; ;
Stores     One   lady   was  entering bei I
feat-bine; the other was getting ant.
"Hello. Gladys!   Out for a splu';"
-Yes: glad to see you."
������.lust   ran across   yonr husband  11
hlT-k above."
^ ��� - i i m
Va    ' 'i'"    )
TENDERS.
!'��� .. ��� i <     ed to the tin.,
at    Ol taW a.   and   marked     i
iope   Tenders roi i i    lit     B
i      ..I.    rill   '������ ied up
Fifteenth Day of January.  1909,
i.e.i. Ing the ��� lop chaudlt
ci; li a and in    req iln | ft
i tlovei 1'ie : ���    ti am.
J^nm*, wllliout ohame, In tbe
S*��if ic nmericati.
irj-i .i ..e '.f anr ai'ioittinti ....u.......
ft'fjv. h. ..1.75 iWi pt.��la*c -1'rt'piil
WNN^Co.JI6",,,ad"nT- New Vork
r SSAiMfVrh V SU Wa.-l.iL.'. ,u u��.
Japanese Employment Agency;
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female Help Promptly
Furnished.
(COLUMBIA    ana    McNEEt-EY   STB..
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phone  431- P. o. so-  Wft. '
We beg to announce to the
people of Sapperton that we
have purchased from Mr. J. J.
Efford his grocery business,
having taken charge last
Saturday.
Mr. Howard Welsh is now
in charge and it is our intention to increase the stock considerably, in fact we've made
the Sapperton Branch a first-
class store in every particular,
carrying the very best brands
of goods.
Our prices are the lowest.
We beg to solicit the patronage of the people of Sapperton and assure them
satisfaction in every particular.
C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
"You did?    ilow can 1 ever thanl   .;    ..j,  Columbia  ,  ,ency, d       ���    ti
mi enough?'   N'ew Tori; Press. ,    on of ,,���,,,  an , B, 0 ,,m      iplylng
equli-etl for the li|
a.    :..,'   v ��� tin
...      ��� .. i .
The   lntt-��ri..
The onlcorn  was one, of tbe fab'rwi   "''
���umsters of antiquity.   It wr,*, accord ;     i hi
bag to b Bummary <>f the opinions of j p g	
gevernl of the old .tinie writers, a beasl
���bout the si/c. of a common hone, bul
wltti '-.-ry short-legs. The people of thi
middle iiges believed In the exlstenw
of fliree kinds of uiil.orns��� tbe m.-r-jiHi
cent white unicorn, whirl) bad :, ptirpl<
, face ami blue tjyes and s slnglo horn r
yard in length: the pgllsseriou, which
, ressaibled u gtgmntk deer and bad ��j
. very sharp bniu grow Inn from the mid |
dl��'> of Ihs forehead, cud the monoetros I
or i otnmoa  unicorn.    Tbe  wblfe  utll
led must be of
quality and  must be di livered
in   ii ... ��� tanee  ��ith   the    ���" i ���'���' ..'.K'li .
,., ��� ,i ���..  thi   Vgi tn of ile Departmenl or Marlm   in i Plsherii      I \ i
toria,   it.   C,   :   mi   whom      pi i Bi i
tion ��� 'l     Ml
di liver. .1  in i.-'    ��� ������   ���������   bj
Vg. in of the Departmi   I ai
: of   the  '."'-��� rnmi ���
otherwise thi        11 i ��� : '���
The  Department
Com's liorn  was of three different eol Ito accepl   the W&Ole  Or   '!''���    ';'"
���rs���--white at tire lower part, black a' ' tender.
���bony In the middle and  red al  thi j    Vj.uh  :,.[u\..r mutt i���, acoompi
point.   Common unicorns were said til, ...   ���
:        .   , , ,    .   , i.       i   .      bv on accepted chequt on ,,
b;iM- had horns jiimiit eighteen luchtt : ,  .
In length, bin so strona thai they conM Canadian Hank  for the sun
���asiiy till an elephant which amouni will b�� forfeited II
��� w..  .,,..-. fii tenderer declines to I IWw
iiotk i..����Tiinit.���. .p, ,. the tender
In former times It WM the custom ul j     ,,,   copying this
n, imint  authority   from     to
mi m  will not  bo paid.
The lowest or any '��� ��� '
plnte- of their clocks quaint rerssa
one of tbs inest cornnm t.<-ii*ir the M
towing
I serve is... '���rir with ull my ml(M
To tell lhe bourr 1..,  dav, by nl��lil
Tlnrefore et��rap)�� ta-hf k.y me
To a*rvc thy Uod a�� T arrve the*.
Another   favorite   Inscription   waa
"Twmpus I'nglt," or '"Hinc Piles." ����o
Ibersby hangs a tole A wi) knoan.
Engllsti rlot-kmnktr who flourished tr,
want His clo��i�� of tbe Inst century. o>
feeing asked bv a easterner whether t>
e��rts.tn clock was of borne manufacture
reptlptl: "Oh, certainly. Hon't yon ae*
ttie uinne. slr-Tummas I'ujtlt? I oftte
���are bis clocks through my bands."
essarlly accepted.
o. .1   DE8BARAT9
Ictfng Deputy   Minister   ���'"  M
and  Flsherlefl.
Departmen'  of  Marine and   I'
Ottawa, fell  I>rpmber, lfiOR.
( (
The Ctrole  <i.��>.i.
TlM oddest stuped roiinly among toe
tnousauds which go to make up tb��
separate divisions of tbe various stales
la Warren county, Term. It lies almost
exactly lu tke geographical center of
the state and Is about as near a perfect
circle as iu,f divisi.it, of land could
possibly be.  The circle would bt* per
T.iid.rs will be received by the   I
il. r.-tign.'d  Until   1- O'clock   noon.   I9tl
l January, 1M9, for:
The supply of nine hundred tttodl
I'eilar Poles to be delivered at point*
to be designated In the vicinity 11
Langley  Prairie and Fort langley.
vso separate tenders for the digging of holes and erecting said pole*
Specifications may be had from A-
enl I of this Company.
fact but for lhe fact  Hint there It a
ihort stretch of ihe norlliern boundary i Lowest or any tender not necessarily
line which follows n small Mrenrn far; Accepted.
t short distance. H Is bounded l>y Oa����-   BRITISH COLCMniA   TKl.EPHONE
non, Dekalb. I'offee  Grundy, V��b |w I        COMPANY   LTD
res. and White c'/uuties i    ,. ' ���   ''
1    \ ancouvef, p. C PAGE FOUR.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, JAN
^litt
Fire   Insurance   Depart men
Hartford Company
Incorporated 1810.
Assets       -       -       -     $21,411,439.43
Connecticut Company
Incorporated  1850,
Assets       -       -       -      $6,195,758.69
Assets
Phenix Company
Incorporated 1863.
.      $9,141,546.04
Insurance Co. of North America
in.,   i irated 1792.
-     $13,016,911.36
Assets
We represent the above old established and  reliable companies, which have paid dollar for dollar in all great fires since their Incorporation.   They paid over fifteen million ��� .���    adder.,  after    the
-San Francisco fire,   in the New Westminster district they have settled all claims promptly, honorably and  without trouble,  to the assured.   As example see the following Are
At Burnaby
August. 26th, 1908.
On  Sopt.   8   Mr,   Clayton   acknowledged receipt of cheque for payment
of claim in full ami arranged to Insure
his new house with us.
At Central Park
January 29th, 1908,
Mrs. Sandetl, the assured, wrote on
Peb.   13:     "Your   cheque  for the full
amount of the Insurance was received
this morning."
At Coquitlam
June 24th, 1907.
Donald   McLean,   the   assured      on
June   28,   acknowledged   payment   of
loss: "Thanks for cheque, dated June
28, in settlement  for loss in full."
At
Sapperton
S. ������!. t'th,  1908,
w
'ililie,
from    Winnlpi
g,      M
an .
,-llOi
ly  aft
��� r    til ���   di    ' I'UCl
('II    of
the
Dyni
tore        Col itnbiu
street.
Mr.
T.  E
;.   Herron   id now Ie lg<
d     receipt
of  c
���tuque
n full    ei       lei
1    of
hi
loss
on the
bulldin
In .ach of the above eases and in every other case where we  have had a lire loss claim made upon us* the policy holders have been so well satisfied with the prompt and adequate        lenient made bj  the coi
panics we represent that they have placed their subsequent insurance with us.
IF   YOUR   HOUSE
FURNITURE,
OR OTHER PROPERTY
IS NOT INSURED,
SEE
THE DAILY NEWS
, i
Funeral  Notice
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Prout
itreets, New Westminster, B. C.
Mohammedans of maid,   The bridegroom was supported*I
INDIA  TO  BE  LO   AL  by his brother, Leon Ladner,  and  the
  ceremony was   performed   by   Voner-
Berlln, Jan. 7.���The British Govern-j able    Archdeacon    Pentreath.      The|    A"  members of Rose of Columbia
ment, it is learned here, has  reached i hone; moon will be spent in California. l0GSe, No. 115, Sons of England Ben-
E. A.
<UNiON
an understanding with .Turkey where-
 ,     .    __.   by the Sultan, who Is tht   head of the
Paige Managing Director Mohammedan faith, shall us.   the iu
tlueiic. of the Indian pi li tb iod to
support British diplomatic support in
the Turkish controversies with the
European powers, This agreement has
already produced a favorable discussion between Russia and Great Britain
over the proposed conference for i
vising the Berlin treaty.   Th   M dinm-
medans   of  India   num'.-er
and their loyalty Is o powi
in   ielation  to  disturbance
. ���>. oo.ooo,
i    lem a
month, and Mexico will also be asked
... at]   represenl itlves,   lo  consider
FRIDAY, JAN. 8,  1909.
FOREST   CONSERVATION.
The people of British Columbia are
."���hups  more Interested  In the con-
.'ii''.  ai Washington to which Pres-
lenl  Roosevelt has Issued invitations
than   air.   other provlnc   In   the  Dominion.    The   president   has     invited Wedding Takes Place
Governoi General and Sir Wilfridi    Jhf) marrlage UH,K p|;;,.��� a| chn.ls|
represent this countrj next  Churohi Vancouver, on Wednesday, oi
Thomas  Ellis   Ladner,  eldest  son  oi
,. Ladner, of Ladner, to Theresa
,i common plan fo    the  preservation Gertrude Dc;Ul.iC(,  daughter of Frank
' the forcsl wealth . t thi  contlnenl    ; Ki���liards j p_ of Yi(1l     M!sa Ev, ,,��� .
Kor years there has been n serious Klchard8i h���,. sIp((,,._ acted a9 l;:.......
��� .' timber In thi i niti d States.
and nov th il th area ��� railable are
li creasing,   Ami .'can   capital! t
options -in   timber   land
this  ��� n intr) .  and hardly   a  da)
.,.   -ii   (ho  summer    i Ime   ��ithoul  ;i
���., ��� ment     thn-     somi    i apidallst   or
.   :    vi -niti.'  thi       ovinci   cither
,. pecting  his holdings  or  extending
in.   md  timber   cruisers  are  constantly   emploj ii   loi king    for    new
.fields -o exploit
Tl."  desi ruction  ol  thi   fori si a    iu
ii   neighboring republic ha-i seriously
:���     I  with  the climate  and twa-
Bupplj of the vicinity, and unless
th-   depletion    has  been  replaced by
planting, thi  bare hillside has, under
he disintegrating    Influence of    the
weather     collapsed,    causing    sometimes loss of lif" and property.
A well defined policy, 3U( li as is
adopted by the Dominion government
on their reserves in the Railway Belt,
"te.ht not he suitable- to Wisconsin or
Minnesota, but it suggests a line of
��� atment It has been said with much
. en thai 'ii Interests of the lutri-
berman and the forester are antagonistic, but much depend, on the tiiiin-
in  which  ile   lea si s   of    limbei !
��� .-th-- an-    permitted     Thi     pi  . ��� nt
rovinclial   rule,-   crea i    an   artificial
itimulua to cutting, for    with   the ������
a <���., granted  for .'I  >���< ar i It is  to
in1'  ' bi of the l imberman to cul
��� once and only tell commercial lum-
Hi   !��� :m     thi lepletod oi
��� '������ class ol tree    and a- the end ot
th.   i . i.   ii  falls bai'.  to tho i rown
ictlcall    ..a wl lie    all    the
��� .' "il  a  positive    ource ol    dangi i
ui.  tin     Buch as vvi n    io dl ia ter-
. tn* lasi BUmm ���; In i bi   Kooti nay.
\\ Ith ;i longei lease tie lumberman
. gards bis poi Itlon a a |i eholdei
of property, which mui t at pom dl
i.'int ;��� riod fall bat It Into tl and of
o ic in! owner th Crown, This
is il.-   opinion of men promln m  in
the Industry in thli tl lei Hi
takes care of hi- properi>��� as i cttj
man v ould of hi ��� block, Ju I . I an
thi   trees   which   ire sultabli    nn i   in
five .. ai    ������;     I.,. '   rth a jaln.
He continue   cutting n i  i da
itiiiml-,   and  the fo        i fora     Till i
iod*-   li   particular))   rultabl    In  this
Pacific  province, when     i    i olsturc
,cc. It-rate.    \. ".��� ta I   ill.ond intly,
'I he i norm..ns deli: i   d  I   i   wood  I n'p
oughout the contlneni   for  news.
 ir   has led to a men [        I iugh-
ter of th'   forests, and exhaustion Is
��� ��� ;i matti r of time, tinic    a com
ion point  carried out uniformlj b)
three   countries   i     r lop   d      At
. j   rat., a ventilation ���    thi  subject
'     :,������'.-     math ��� m m - tnnol bul do
A Clean Sweep    |
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is what  .'ii ry    rood    housek e-per
i
trii s to get. bui   lo do so she nei d-|
a    good    broom���"A    new    broom
s i\.-(''   ��� lean."
Today's     speciai,   "Little    Pearl"     j
; Srcoms. each    25c '
efit society, are requested tu meet   In
'I tli.   Lodge room, K. of P. hall, al  2
Get the Habit. P. m. on Friday, Jan. 8, for the pur-
| pose of attending the  funeral of our
late  brother, P. B. Johnstone.    Visiting bret      i. are nl'>o invited.
R. ODDY, President.  ���
II. DISNEY, Secret ity.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE IM
Mayers &  Preston
NOTIC
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l'haukin ��� p ihllc   foi
happy and
hat we a
anything in
hlng you ,..
.-..,.porl -tiIt    of (t
ition to furnish  you wit!
taeax-MHMaWaaaaitt
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Flour and Peed
that yoi ��� -eqtiire
S    citing  your     iti onaj ���    . .���:......-.
Y ��� -��� ectfully,
HALE BROS. & CO. u
j       Phone 335.
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ALL THIS WEEK    g
Brand new winter goods ra
selling at a discount of W
from 10 to 25 per 83
cent- off the regular
price. Now is the time g
to save shoe money. No L
other store in the coun- ��
try can give you better
shoe satisfaction than
ourselves.
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Just a Sample of Some of Our Prices
Men's $4 heavy box calf Bluchers for .
m    "    $6.50 brown moose, 15-in. top Prospectors
Hj Boys' $2.25 box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5, for
TO
is
$3.00 W
5.00 ���"
|p    "    $2 Boston calf winter boots
M Women's $4 Empress Shoes for   .
gjj        "      $3.50 American made shoes for .
M        "      $2.50 fine kid Blucher cut boots for
M Misses' $2 box calf winter boots, sizes 11 to 2, for
fjfi     "    $2 fine Dongola kid boots, heavy soles,
ffi     WHERE CAN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES'?
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Lined Gloves, for hard work
or fine wear     .   90c to $1.75 I
50c
Wool Gloves,
Wool Mitts,
Mackinaw Coats,
Mackinaw Pants,
Leather Coats
Blankets, Comforters
a 50C       itl
$5 and $6
$4 pair
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New'Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
2.50 ��
1.75 ^q
1.50 &
110 I
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# To Our Many Patrons and Friends j
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:
*   thaSs tor TVhI! the aaWD '       ^ mr, to express on,
I       tjei,   I   ,,,a  ���'"'"""��� :'     '''���'>- ^ve exteno-eti u   .
t        ,vTheartv 2!^,*��'  ""'   '^ ;'"d oommodion.
i   "in ic n ne.nt,  ��,-i.c<imP !lw.,. ,.
J .it .uA'.i.,, ,, .vaits you.
J With  Seasonable Greetings,
| W.   C.   CHAMBERLIN    TheJewelcr
t  COLUMBIA  8TR��ET.   SSw!1!.:m�� !!
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New Year Goods
Just opened up direct in..,, iv.
''"���'��� England; ��c have cul down the price
tO suit every  pocket     g,.,. (���,r    jn
Qooda Suitable for Presents
'���' window display for h few o;" ''''
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
\,t IMIDAY,  JAN.  3,   1909.
THE   DAILY
The Cash Stores T. H. Smith  The Cash Stores
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FAQE  FlVfc:
More Interesting
Items for
January Sale
Our aim is to make this saia an evan greater success than any former one, and for this reason we
are sparing no effort 0r sacrifice to submit for your consideration, goods that are in demand at the pre*ent
moment and marked down to such an extent as will compel them speedy exit.
Two Monster Values in Women's Coats
What i^  more serviceable al  this momeni than a good stylish servic a'.ie coat al less than half-price.
$20.00  Coats tor S10.50
Forty co;u.- in Kersey and Broadcloths, fancy coverts and tweeds, seven-eighths lengths.    Loos ���. tight, and
semi-fittitv-'.     ! new, perfectly tailored and thoroughly up-to-date. Regular $20 values for  $10.50
$10.00 Coats for $5.00
Twenty-tin- .   ;n  this lot, all sizes in plain and fancy cloths. Three-quarter    and    seven-eighth     lengths,
good, smart garments, Regular $10.00 values for $5.��C
A Clean
Sweep - Out
In FURS
$5 and $6 Furs for $2.50
In collaret ���- and throw-over si irfs, material
Russian Hare, seal sable, white foraline, etc. Regular $5 values for $2.50
25   Per  Cent  Off all  Other  Furs and  Muffs.-
Bargaiiv.  In  Women's
Warm   Underwear
75c   garni*! 15c.     Ladles'   Warm   hygiene
v>                                                   ���   I        " ' ;".':).    7"..-     for
pt ���   garment 45c
Women's  Moreen
Underskirts
$~""   vain     for $1.25.  In all shades    ol    moreen
Including  black.   Flounced     and .knife    pleated,
varied   styl-s    Regular $2.50 for       $1.25
Clean Sweep-Out of
Boys' Underwear
All our sum.ile boys' and youth.-' underwear to
be cleared out. Thi quantity i.-, limited so please
hurry if you want to get some. The regular
prices of these are ?."><-. 90c and $1-00 \x>r garment. We are going to make things hum in this
section and have reduced them to one ;.rice, per
garment     ��� 50c
$1.50 Boys' Sweaters for 85c
All our stock of boys' Sweaters that sell at |1.26 and $1.50 on sale at,  per garment          35c
Warm Blankets For These Frosty Nights
Are you aware that we have one of the largest, if not the largest, stocks of blankets  In  S     i.h Columbia.
We buy direct from tbe manufacturer and save till middlemen's profits.
$5.00 Blankets for $2.95
These blankets are a well known Canadian make, Three parts wool and one part cotton,  In   rvhlte  onl;
The regular price Is $5.00.   January Sale price 52.95
Good Blankets at Cost Price
The mild winter has unfortunately left on our hands too many of tbe heavyweight,  pur,-  wool    blankets,
ranging from i to 12 pounds.   For this week we will sell these at cost.    Nolo the undermentioned prices:
$9.00 Blankets  for      $6.75 $6.00 Blankets for $4.50 $0.75 Blankets for    ..$5.25
$7.50 Blankets for $5.95 $s.oo Blankets for   $6.25 $6.50 Blankots for ....
$5.00
Marvellous Values in Embroidery;  1 5c values for 10c
One  thousand yards embroidery;  various widths:  Swiss and English makes,    Regular 15c.  and 20c values
January Sale Price
,10c
SILKS at Ridiculous Prices
and 00c yard;  suitable for evening
Over 225 yard- of line Soft Louislenne Silk that sell regularly at 75c
gowns, tea gowns, etc. all self-colored, in myrtle, fawn, pink, champagne; regular  75c and 90c.    January-
Sale Price -.  	
35c
35c Sheeting for 20c yard
72 Inches wide; pure white; strong and durable quality. January SalePrlce	
20c. yard
00
Pillow Cases,  2 for 25c
doa. Pillow Case's; 40 and 42 Inches; 32 to 35 inches long; of good long staple cotton.    January    Sail
2 for 25c
White Bedspreads Reduced
$i; 50 Marseilles Bed Spreads for $4.50 . $��.00 Grecian Spreads for $2.25
16.00 Marseilles lied Spreads for    ...   .$3.75 | $1.50 Marsala and Honeycombs for  .....     .. $1.00
'   2b per cent. Off All Comforters During  January. ?$$WMSri ]
T. H. Smith's January Wh'tar Sale
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Cut News
UNEEDA
TEA SERVICE. OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over these
At an ,.iiiy date the  pilotage coin- J
mission ,    -a 111  meet the city council ���
with  n      ticu   to  matters   requiring ���
attention
Knock  the  cover oft  i* box  of  "B. I \
0." cigars mid try one.   it will make
a "hit." ���*
.   Then   will   not  .be   a   large suppb.i
at the  market   today   on   account   of  *
the  difficulty  ot the  farmers  getting.
their   produce   in,   but   meat   at   any
rate has come in fairly well.
BIG  SPECIALS!
BIG SPECIALS!
1" Piece Egg Shell China Tea Service; best Staffordshire English
manufacture; gold lined and rimmed and beautifully decorated floral
designs; worth $20.00; for $3.90
Hare's Another Crackerjack���
104-Plece English Porcelain Dinner Service; beautifully decorated;
worth $20.00;  for    $7.50
About 30 Teapots-,  worth 50c each; to be cleared out for 25c. each,
Qamon's for Royal City Mixture.
M
Thy stock of clothing, boots and
shoes, etc., carried by D. Grossman,
who some time ago announced to his
creditors that he was unable to meet
bis liabilities, has been purchased by
It. Ilelman. of Vancouver.
For first-class cut (lowers and uny
j kind of Floral work, telephone
iDavles' Greenhouse, B208. **
Mi Nellie Wheeler Guernsey, past
I gran.I matron of the Order of thei
Eastern star, and Mi A. Davidson,
hav been visiting this cit\ from Seattle with reference to tli- formation
of a branch of the society here.
Clear   Havana  cigars  ol    exclusive
merit���the  "ilrillante,"   made  by   the
; IX C. Cigar factory. **
The first competition f >.- the Freeman trophy at the bowling alley will
take place thin evening, commencing
at eight o'clock. Entries mu?t be
| made noi later than twelve o'clock
(nooni.
Inve. tlgate our  methods  and  learn
how  to  save when you spend money
at   '    Co-o] iratlve Store Sixth street, j
Open Saturday.
The funeral nf the late F. E. Jonn- \
si me talcs place at 2:30 p. m. today
I from the residence. Seventh street, to
th,- Oddfellows'  cemetery.    L.  0.   I.
1593   and  Rose   of  Columbia    lodge,!
'.Sons of England, have charge of th.
arrangements.
Make profit'- on your own trading by
! becoming a member of the Co-opera-
! tive   Association   and    buying    your
| goods at the new  Slxtl   Str et Store.
Cunningham Block. **
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'8 BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8TREET,  NEW WE8TMIN8TER,  B.  C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
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To the General Public:
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It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.    An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
I
I Public Supply Stores GE0- adams
x ��� === Prop.
Columbia   Street.
New   West-minster,  D. C.
:hone   S2.
��� ���*���������������*�������� .^������������������������ti
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Everything   you   naed  for the   Family
Dinner al
The Moody Park Store
Also���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
udlce 'Phone 18s.      Bam 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   prompti)    to
any part ot the city.
Flutter, ;. lbs, foi  $1.00, and a full assortment    . Seas  uable Goods.
w. h. smith proprietor i Light and Heavy Hauling
Corner Sixth   Av   and  Tenth   St.     I OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400.000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
i
i he . ii'tiie rator i   n   ll     cl\ Ic  cen
Bus   will   compli '      Il   r  work  tod
'! hi .   returns  hai    y-1  to c ime in
but   aithough  those  In  have not yel   ?r*"' "����� tbroogbout Canada and Now lonndland. and In  Ixindou,  England,
���   n   checked,   so   far a  cursor; ;-"w York, Chicago ami  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A ,.en-
xaminai on ha tb - ar. rra* Banking Business Transac   ,i.
I       , ,.      ghowln ise on     etteri of Credlt ���������'������d, available wltl   correspondents In all  parts Of the
*Uvit:r,�� ��ank  Oepartmtr.t      Deooslta  received Iu sum? of t) ai.i'. upwards,
x\ll il   tiers iiiiii.'.i.   'T.  C." and "Old' and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate),
Sport"    cigars,      The    old    reliable.   r0tal Assits over $168,00n.i��00.i)0.
brands. **!
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
Q. O. BRYMHER. Man������r
The   fan. ral   o
i ieorge
place in ile Church oC England teme-j]
tery   yesterday    afternoon,   Rev. A.
Shlldrlck officiating.    Ili>   wife    and:
Sister,  Mrs.  Fleming, oC Friday  Ilai- j.
bor,   Washington,   attended,   together j
With   a   number   c{   Odd   Fellows,   of j
[ which order deceased was a member.
1 Deceased   was  born   in   Kingston   461
years aco. but  had  been  a   resident1
on the coast, for some time.
For table decorations and    wedding ;
I bouquets���a specialty. King up   Tidy,
��� [the Florist, 1S4. **     I
SEASONABLE^A Convincing Argument
erasefcayiix^^
Ckest
Protectors
Chamois Vests
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions
i
BIG STOCK
AT
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
MEW   WESTMINSTER.    .
In flavor of placing your Insurance In the companies 1 represent
Is that they .ire all Reliable Canadian Companies, carrying full
lovernmeni deposits and reserves, and they charge you less than
you have >U-en paying for your insurance elsewhere.
Keep your money iu Canada, and at the same time save a substantial amount.
Enquire  for Rates.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork   >;.
Pacific Meat Market
.'-������
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON      Columbia St. rAUK  HLX..
THt: D��IL�� SfiWS.
FRIDAY, jan f
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TUBERCULOSIS GERM
MAY BE NEUTRALIZED
H-M-H-M-H- ���!���'! 'l-I"H"W"h
Chicago Medical  Man  Ex-:
pounds New Theory Con-
cerning Consumption Cure:
Chicago, Jan. 8.���What is considered ���
by medical men to  be the most   important discovery  In  the war against  X
tuberculosis  since  the  finding of the |����
tuberculosis bacillus by Koch, is contained  in   an   announcement,   by  Dr.
Handle C. Rosenburg, of tho chair of
bacteriology   at Jefferson Medical college.
Dr. Rosenburg has declared that the
tuberculosis germ can be located in
the blood .'cfore it reaches the lungs,
and that In \iew of this can be destroyed by very simple  treatment.
By use of anti-toxin, he thinks, the
disease can  bo soon stamped out.
A   paper  of     Dr.   Rosenburg's     re-
Bearcfles is soon to appear in medical
journals, but   the  results  he says he |
has obtained were discussed yesterday |
before the faculty of Jefferson college.)
In view of professional ethics, however
the doctor declined to talk about his
researches OUtslde  of medical  circles.
If the theory that the tuberculosis
germ first makes Its appearance In
-.he blood of the patient is correct, it
is believe.1 thai ihe injection of .antitoxin, or virus, would previ nt ihein
reaching the lungs, practically rend-
��� rim; the patienl  immune.
"If this Is all that is-hoped for,"
-aid Dr. Lawrence Flick, president of
Phillips institute for Consumptives,
last nipht, "the fight against the prea.
white plague is won."
PRINTING
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
(HITOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
| Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
���!���     New Westminster. Phone 388
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LOT 7, Block 36
on the corner of Royal avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. R.
tracks run past this property. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.	
New Westminster,  B. C.
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P. O.  Box 665
Telephone 54.
Wing Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
The Strongest
Made
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY
RANGE.
"The Milwaukee"It
HARDMAIN   &   CO.     i
A. Hardman. A. James. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.    4
'The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to i
Chicago,  "South    West
Kansas City to Chicago.
Limited"
No train! in tbe nrrvlce on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that  ot  the Chicago, Mil-
  I waukee  4  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
THROWN   INTO  AIR i own  and  operate their own  sleeping
HE SRUCK  HIS HEAD j and r'ini'Hr -;ts on alll their trains and
  give   tin i    ., trons  an   excellence  of
.Movie,   li.   ('..  Jan.   7.���Victor   De- i
i
Baulnler was knocked down and rendered unconscious by a coasting sled !
with two boys .ui it yestedray al>out
noon,    il.- was picked up and carried
to the hotel and Dr. Coffin was sum- ,
moned, and he soon  recovered sufii-1
ciently   to  be removed   to  hi3  hum.-.
when ih-  sled   struck  him.  he   was
thrown in   the  air    .and    -truck   the
ground on the buck of his head.
���ervi.i.
btainable elsewhere.
.1. -. ROWE. General Agent.
(.14 Third SU. cor Alder *WtIa��\d. Or.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
I*. O. Box  474.
Tel. 51
Res.  42H
tv       ADVERTISE       "S4
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If   "on   WANT  HELP.
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 a.m:
train for all points Bast at ".20 p.m
train  for  Agasslz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold t.i and from all points.
Reservation?    made tor    first    class
leepers, tou nd steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservations apply
KD.  GOULET,
Agi nt, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gf-nl. Pass.   \ert.   V��nr><wv.\r
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
1 '2 to 25 h. p., 2 and -I cycle.    Best
value on the market,   Engines k. pt In
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tenth street,  ���   New Westminster
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of malls at the New Westminster post office, tho hour given tn
each cum- being the hour of closing,
which Is half an hour, as a rule, bo-
fore the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The onlv mails dispatched and received Sunday a..- the C. P. R. south
and C. P. R. east mails, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mai.s  Despatched.
6:00 a. ni- (dosed at * ie\ m o'clo< k
the previous night)���Vancouver via
Q. N. K. "Owl."
7:30 a.m.- Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) Victoria, via B. C, Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, and points
between .New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. R. south; also
C. P. H. eaet, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
S:30 a m���Blaine aud Seattle, including all !'. S. points east and south;
also all points between New Westmin
ster an l Blaine, via O. X. R.
Note. Cloverdale and district (Clo-
ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hasel-
mere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie and
Nlcomekl di spatched daily except Sun
day; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and lion Accord, Wednesday and Saturday. Thi " mails are rill received
bam.' daj   as   lespatched.
11:00 a.m, Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric -.all-
way.
lu:. Si ��� "��� v\  "t'ty  Hill,    Tim-
berland   and   South Westminster,   by
courier (Tuesday and F*iday),
1:30 ;..iu.    Ma ���: Burnaby, by oouriei
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Cuichon,
Westham I land and Suntniry, daily
except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via teamei
.'���'.' C '..'.''. Bruce. (Steve -
ton mall di hi d and received   via
V in 0 iv..r.)
- " p.n ���:... ivel nn! Plpei
Biding, via G. N. R, north.
4:00- \ an      ...   md Burns iy lake
via B, C. Eh   trie railway.    S tl irda)
an extra  mail is despatched  to    Vic
.la Vanco iver at tl  % hi
it' Ine im! Seattle, incl'tdlng all U,
S. points east and south, via G v
-Flyer."
2:30 p.m.-C. P. R. east, Sapj*^
Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
Note.���The two 7:80 a.m p
mails, south and east, lake rami",
all points from New \\,., .,Iilrw*
east (including Langley and Uiatrj���,
via Port Haney.) The 2:30 i.m. Cp
It. despatch omits all Lowe . r,,'
[Kiiiits east of Coquithuu except Pitt
MeadOWS, Port Haney, Port H
.'IKlll;
Webster's     Corners,    Mlssloi
Agasslz and Harrison    Hoi     : ,h.
Mails for Port Moody and Bl      ��� f,���
hoth via Vancouver and C P. 1   ^n
Mails   Received.
ti:45 a.m.���Blaine aud Be . ,.
eluding all l". S, points, via G n ;
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m. -Strawbi h
Timberland and South Westn , ���
by courier (Tuesday and Frld
8:20  a.rn���Vancouver   md
via B. C. Electric railway.
0:30 a.m.���Vancouver, via 1
10:00   to   11:00 a.m.���Ladnt
(iuiohon, Westham Island and
lay,  Thursday  and Saturday)
ward, via steamer Favourite,
ton despatched and received
couvor.)
12:20 to 1 p.m.- C. P.
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and
lam.
1:00 p.m.���-Vancouver.  Can
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, bj
2:30  p.m.���Burquitliiii), by
2:30 p.m.���Blaine  and   He      ���     ,,,
eluding all U. S, points; also . . nointj
���1.'tween Blaine and New- Wi
via O, N. R.   (See not.- abo     ,
days  on   which  these  mails
patched and received.)
4:46 p.m.���Vancouver fla
"Flyer."
G.00    Vancouver  via  B,  C.     	
railway,
t  p.m.���Victoria via Vai
7:00 p.m    S iru n   and Sei
eluding all U. S. points and ; |
tween Huntingdon and \��-w w     n
���' -. via C. P. R   .--"it1     al ���
Mills, ���.
l:0Q 1 .in- C. P   ':   ���   it
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THE       DAIIY       N��'5
If You've FOUND Anyt-
YOU
KNOW
Unless You  Have Already Tasted It,
Government Inspecte
Is  to  the  Palate
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout  the Westminster District,  and  the verdict is   Unqualified  Satisfaction
MUTTON JPORK and VEAL
Killed, Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanitary supervision only.
RcichcnbactTCo^Litii
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster FRIOAY,   JAN.   8,   1909.
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REID   &   CO.
A NEW YEAR
Clean Sweep Sale
At the commencement of each year we hold a House Cleaning Sal.���a Sale Inaugurated for the purpose of sweeping otr.
of the house every Winter Garment of every nature���wearable-
of every sort for Men, Boys and Children.
It's good business on our part to do so���far better than to
carry  stock  another season.
The end of <.ur SELLING time on Winter Goods is In sight;
the end of the WEARING season Is three or four months away.
Our "SWEEP SALE" Is Your
Opportunity
ALL OUR  MEN'S  OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS, MEN'S SUITS,
AND MEN'S PANTS
Reduced 25 per cent, on the
dollar
TRADE
THE STAGE   ||Grand Trunk Ry.
$25.00 Overcoats for. .$^8.75
$20.00 Overcoats for, .   15.00
$10.00 Overcoats for..   12.00
$12.50 Overcoats for, .    9.40
$10.00 Overcoats for..   7.50
$7.00 Men's Pants f'.-.  $5.25
Jtj.OO Men's i      ��� '..30
$5 "u Men's Panl o      3.75
*; -0 Men's I'ants for.. 3.00
$2f).00 Men'.-  Suits lor $18.75
$22.00 Men's  Suits for    16.50
$18.00 Men's Stills for    13.50
$15.00 Men's Suits for    11.25
$10.00 Men's Suits for      7.50
Soft and Stiff Felt Hats, 25
per cent, discount.
$1.00 for $3.00; $2.00 Hats
for $2.25; $2.50 hats for $1.85
.Ilia. B. Stot.son Hats 10 per
cent, off,
Nothing Reserved        Everything Goes
Twenty-five  pe
Sfl i ;.:'���:��� >,    Men's
All  lines of  Dr
"���n:   off    Men's Heavy Underwear,    Men'
Heavy   Working Shirts, Fancj   Vests, etc.
Jaeger's Pun.' Wool Underwear and Sweat
ers  sacrificed 25 cents on the dollar.
It will pay you  ;o invest |n eevrythlng in our lh'- thai     ��� Til fce apt    to want  for
come.   This SaJ<   means a loss to us, but���
A   MONEY   SAVING PROPOSITION   FOR  YOU!
We will be una''.   I i charge any  ���."���...ir, a* the cut prices.
&   CO-       Nobby CLOTHES For Men
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Where Your
Dividends
f J Are Guaranteed -
NO
Supposition
11 Our store has been
tried and proved
to be the best
and most reliable for prices
and quality.
JlTo encourage cash
buying, we will
submit   the
following:
608
8
Hi Henry's Minstrels.
A nadloal change is made this sea-
"ii In the pi reonal of Hi Henry's Min-
strels who appear at the opera house
on Saturday, January 9. cry song
joke, acl ami feature bell entirely
new, and evei     ppecialtj  and vaude-i
Vllle perforin, r   being  die.-el   from  New ]
V..rk Cltj and ol the highest grade!
of the amusement profession. Our ex-
i naiiut's speak verj highly of the HI
Henry Minstrel company, declaring it
to !)������ unsurpassed bj any In their lin>>.
This bids fair to be one of the events
of the Bcason. Seats not* on Bale at
Ryall's  drug  store
A Romantic Play.
"The Lieutenant and the Cowboy,"
is well conceived, happily written and
well balanced. The plot, with all its
romance, intrigue and portrayal of
military llfo and enough of its pomp
and circumstance to make it realistic
Is worked out BO skilfully that business is very effective, and the fall <d
the curtain Is so well limed thai the
end of ih'- act Is mad' to re ruble lhe
point. In .' continued story, when the
words "!'n ���'.��� Continued" are custom
arlly introduced, In i si remely i ip
able company and a complete sei nlc
equipment gives assurance of an Ideal
performance, Seldom, If ever, has a
more brilliant oftei been secured
by Manager Mac!; ��� an, and
justice demands thai .very i
flllt d on Frldaj. January 15,
opera house
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston.
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Viagara Falls.
For Timt> Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VALX..
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Ag-ent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
: ���  ill
i'   be
at   the
I VICTORIA CROSS TEA.
per lb.. -'rOc
t
NOTICE.
��� ynopsis    of    Canada*     North -West
Home.teaa   Regulations.
N'01 ll IE Is hereb Iven I al ...
plication will be made bj the Vancouver Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company to tho Parliament of Canada at it - next Session for an Act to
i V- nd th time for commencing the
construction of the branch lines authorized by Chapter 176 of the Statutes of Canada, 6 Edward Vli, .-in:'
as follow.--:
tai From a point on tit" main line
between And. rson lake an l Oreen lake
running along or near Llllooet Lake,
Llllooet River and Harrison Lake, and]
Auy even mini bered section of Do-1
minion lands lu Manitoba, Saskatcb-j
ewau and Alberta, excepting 8 aud 2'j.
not reserved, maj be homesteaded by !
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or auy male over 18 years of I
age, io tne extent ot one-quarter sec!
tiou of 1C0 acres, inure or less.
Application fur entry must be | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
made in persou by the applicant at I thence southeasterly to a point on the
a Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-1 international boundary linv. at or near
agency for the district in which the j th" town of Huntingdon, in the Pro-
land Is situate. Entry by prosy may, t vlnce of British Columbia.
however, be made at au agency on ! (b) From a point on the main Hue
certain conditions by the father, moth-1 between Lillooet and Quesnel, running
er, son, daughter, brother or 6ister of j iu an easterly direction through the
an intending homesteader. I basin of Quesnel Lake to a point at or
The homesteader is rejuired to per- j near Tete Jaune  Cache;
form the homestead duties under one!     (c)  From a point on the main line
of the following plans- between  the  Cottonwood  and  Willow |
(1) At least six months' residence j r|v,.,s, running SOUth-easterlj   to    Bar-
upon  and  cultivation of  the land   In | k.-rville;
each year for three years. ,(1, F,,,in ft point on ,;���. main lillt.
(2) a Homesteader may, if he so : ln Irtish Columbia on Willow river,
desires, perform the required re^l- j running easterly to the Fraser river,
dence duties by living on farming ( ,,���.���,,,, ,lU,I1?, lh��� Pra8er livt.r ,��� T���,(.
land owned solely bv him. not less Jatme ,..,,;,��� .h,mv trough the V. I
than eighty (SO) acres m evict, In ]ow ,,,���_, Pa8a< ,h(.uc��� ,,. ,,��� mo���
the vicinity of his homestead.   Joint| convenlent ,,���,,,. [:1 Edmonton;
WHEN YOU WANT ANY KIND OF
REPAIRING BONE
.'L'HLINC  COFFEE,   1 -lb.
Fine large  bottles Of TOMATO CATSUP,  per bottle.. 20c
[Three bottles of TOMATO
CATSUP for
Three bottles ..I   WORCESTERSHIRE
SAUCE   for     ..25c
Can    Fill    All    Order .
The   Vancouver  Milling   and   11
Company,  Ltd.,  manufacturers ol  II
celebrated "Royal Si indard'' flour, de
sire to announce  to their  many  patrons and friends throughout this sei
tion of tus' i inline   thai  ihe io>.;   of
their elevator In the receni Ore, while
a   temporal'J   iuc.yuvenleuc'\  \\}U   npi
in any way cause delay in tholi  fulfilling all orders  received
ltoy.il ;'. i ida il ha - b ciun... a lion
bold word f.i B0 r.'iio;  home   throui '.
out   I'.rit'.i   Columbia,   that   even   a
ii mporary   delay    In    fulfillment    of
orders   would   be   a   grent   Inconv ni
ence
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
flight Trains Every Div in the  Yeav
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gi-s; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats liee;,
modern day coaches and buffet, library ai J  smoking  cars.
For T:me Tables,  Folders, or any
further i:.r"rmation call on or  write
F. \V. PARKER.
��20 Second Avenue. Seattle. WftSBl
ownership In  land  will  not meet this
requirement
(3) If the father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
has permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicini'y, such homesteader may
perfo.-m his own residence duties by
���iTlng with the. lather (or mother).
(4) Tne lenn "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tlwm nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the w iita
of road allowances crossed in Uie
measure ment
* (fi) A homesteader intending to
���perform his residence duties in ac
eordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himsplf must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
81x months' notice In writing must
ft* given to the Commissioner of Do-
|ttlnlon Lands at Ottawa, of intention
ItO apply for  patent,
\V.  W.  CORY,
JDtputy of tne Minister of tho Interior
Until thi 13th day of July. 1912, an I
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said branch lines In opt r-
atlon until the 13th day of July. 1914,
.ami authorising thi Vancouver
Westminster and Yukon Hailway Oom
pany, subject to the provisions of
Sections 361, 362 and ':,;: ... the Rail
way Act ( f Canada, to cuter Into
agreements with the Burrard West
minster Boundary Railway and Navi
gallon Company for any of the purposes specified In said section 361,
Dated at Vancouver thL    2Uh    do ���,
of December,  ir><*j.
MARTIN, CRAIO, BOURNE    k  HAY
415 Granvjlle street, Vancouver.
B.C.
Solicitor? for the Vancouver  Westminster and Yukon Railway Co.
Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery re
paired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel.'
FOR SALE CHE/P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutt.-r.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phone 275.
Sent#0n Approval /1
To Ritsi'ON.siin.K PKOPIS   * f*u0"'i,
lOUttT.I.
Laughlin :^ri
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
E7jc Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
Trains & Steamer*
These goods are guaranteed fresh
md of first quality, and we are not
tinning a scheme to get rid of old
tock. These ������ ��� sitiipi. bargain
ii ices for a lit-iit.d time only.
$
Thai*
Two
Popular
Articles
} lor only
Pot I
paid
In any
address
ADVERTISE IN  VHE DULY NEWS
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight str!��1
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
lliu.traliu.n are E.aol Sua
1'very rwti gusrantrrrl
full li KI bcltd (.old���cut
en i ir la hand may te ha.l
in  ruhcr our  itandard
I..lick opaque pnttrrn, or
N..ii-hrralt.al>le  Tranripm
I . nt. as desired, either in |
I'latn OT enKrnvcd  finish
as pteferreyl.
Vl.um.ytr., thiap.n a w.rk.l
l>'<.U(|ai...tni.4tlwra|,rea.r.l.4  I
a ralter   art.rla ,|,,��� ,���u ,,���       ���
I r.ira  tor ..,.r, ������, ,.��� ,,���,,,,
ra.r.  la   any othar maka, If noil
��� nt.raly   .ali,rart,���v In avary r.-1
1  licit     i    ��� || Mj ., .n|        t
I l��< 11.11) for It '
Cor t.��i.rt I. ���,������,,���,���, ,nrt ]
Popular H... .;.. ,,,. r���lci,
ati'lal. Irak |,r,mf a.l���tn|.h. i.,.
���   "mart    lb    any   ,.oalll..n   ...I
p.*��a�� or .).,,, |.��� ��,.,��� ���. (
any   an<la al fl,at ��...,rh.    II,II
num    laprlne)   r...l.   I   ...   ..
P��lnl,|��.|l<|w,|vulranlml   rnkKa.
raw,  |��tra c������,  ������,.,,      ��� , ���
���v��n-��l"r-   f..-  ��.-a.       ��,..,,,.
want..!.    Wr(m f���r u,...     Wnl,
no* "IsstSea fott,t ������   ui���
I ��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.*)
25    Malestk Bldg..
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ADVERTISE
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E        DAILY       NEWS
If  YO'J Need   Anything.
Leave      New     Westminster     ,S:20,
11:20, 15:20, 17:11! and ^
Arrive at  New  West minster   10:17,
. 12 .'."., 16.27, 18:45 and 23,
JREAT NORTHERN HAILWAY.
Lv  N.W. 9:15 a.m.; ar. 9 attle I p.m.
L,v. N. W. 4.S5 p.m.; ar. Belittle 10 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle, 7:15
i a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. V'. 9:55
I p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar, N. 1". 6:20
! a. in.
U. N. R.���PORT QUICHON.
No.  Sl-7    leaves    New   Westminster
.50 p.m., arrive Qulohon 0 p.m. Fridays;  also connections by 10:10 a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
4:35 Thursday.
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
j Westminster 8:45 Fridays; also connections by 2 p.m. except Gulchon
I Tu-sday and 6 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and '���.SS
I p.m. for Vancouver.
[ Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
! 11:30  p ni.  for  Westminster.
B.  C.  ELECTRIG���vANOOUVHR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
|6:50, 7:20 and 8 am., and every half
I hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
IC:60, 6:50, 7:20 aud half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
.......��,
MacKay's  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases and Office.,
Supplies *
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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THE DAILY, NEWS.
FHIDAY,  JAN   8
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���MBecfTea
is ii  good line these cold days.
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF In
16-oz. bottles, each $1.00
BOVRIL    in    4, 8    and    16-OZ.
bottles
CANNED  SALMON,    "SOCK-
EYE," two cans  for 25c
Two can- COVE OYSTERS.25c
Two ear.-. PUMPKINS 25c
Two tins fresh SARDINES. .25c
Two cans CLAMS ....25c
These are the very best clams
canned.'
Two cans TOMATOES 25c
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
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PROVINCIAL APPLES ON
AUSTRALIAN^ MARKET
Objection is Urged That
Fruit is Too Large for
Dessert Purposes.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wts'.nvnster.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee fur Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
tr       ABVERTISK       -- *
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
Don't   Forget
Shipments of British Columbia apples have been made to  Australia In j
the hope of developing a trade.    This
fall quite a number were sent "orward,
I and .apparently met the demand fairly well.    .1. S. Clark, Canadian Trade!
Commissioner,    report ins    on    them,'
says:
"The first considerable shipment of!
apples from British  Columbia by  the
last Canadian-Australian steamer, the!
j Marama,   landed in   admirable   condl-
I tion.    The only objection  to them is
I that they average a little too much in j
j size   for  the  fruiterers   to   handle   to
the beat advantage.   Three pence each j
| is charged for them.    There has been1
i an   unusually  large   importation     of
apples   into   Australia   and   New   Zealand from California and Oregon. The'
��� Californian  apple.;   affected   with   the.
codling moth were refused admission
into   New  Zealand,   but   were   allowed i
; into  this  market  afte  rbeing treated.
The   consequence   was  a   v.ry   great,
congestion of apples upon  the arrival
of  the Canadian  fruit.
"The demand here is noi because
of any failure of the Australian apple
'crop, iuit .-imply because good Australian fruit does not come into the
market until the beginning of th^ year,
and apples from Canada or ihe Uniteu
States arrive hero when there Is com-,
paratlvelj little dessert fruit to be
! had."
THAT���
HAeiRIMAN   MERGER
AT   LAST   UNDER   FIRE
H. MOREY
&  CO.
Ar.- giving  away  a
10-piece Eng    a Chin        a Si I
and  a
10-piece Tollei   Set.
Ne a      ^ iiri;,   Jan.
-Hear Ins
in
!t',    your    CROCKERY
GLASSWARE
and
At MOREY'S
thi  go\  't.ni. nt su t to d-s olve the so-
call   i  Harrlnian railroad m< rger w ire
li,
. ��� a rni   I  j est( rd ty with Paul
L       A surance   So< lety, as   the   lirst
. . ne
��� rton, who from 1806 to 10 'i  was
cond vlca-prosident of the AtchLson,
ka k  s 'a: i   F.. one of the de
fondant  companies, with    lhe   Union
1c and others 111 thf alleged com-
lon,  was  called  by   'he  government   to    upport 11    . i n . ntlon  thai
allied i'.>:i i    had     cured a m
of   trans; o       Inn   im dness   In
the far west in \ lolai on .it i he Sht r
I man  ant! trust  law.
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I Electric Railway Service!
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4
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Interurban   Line.
Cars   for   Vancouver  and    waT
stations  will   run  every  half-
hour   from   6:50 a, m.     Last
ar leaves at 11 p. re.
i Last car lv. Vancouver n : SO.)
Cars leave tne li p it every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
c:ty line.
British Columbia
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at fl:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   riair-nnnriT ix;- ^:
twerp s,30 a.m  nnd 11 p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd I
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ROSEEERY   WARNS
ERITAIN   OF   DANGER
1.. i ... Scotland, .lan.  7.   -Ai  a din-
in r com   .'11.!   -   j of financiers and
notables, and at which Lord Rosi n
a as the -��� lonor, those presi ni
��. . ������    tn- n Ised  i" hi ai   him sound a
.��� i n ".  to Germany.
Hi : ��� mark - were in re on
"war days." Lord Rosebery did noi
In li- .... there would be an attempt by
German} to invade this country.
Britain, however, must ensure
b   -��� If against all risks.
I li- speech was vociferously received, the guests going so far as to
stand upon thi Ir chairs and wave
fi .it, ;. alii th" Union .lack
C
OOKSLEY'S
Pict
nre :
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
.     G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.   F.
VACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"HE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turn-
ing, and Bandsavving.
We make a spi
>,teameii and kiln
cialty of
dried.
fir   doors,
W. E. Walsh
Factory:   End
Phone 413.
W. E. Walsh, jr.
of Third Avenue.
New Westminster.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
EMsrd BtocK, New Weumin:ter, 1 C
What's to
Become
of Them?
If you die will your I'amiU be ; ovided for? No thoughtful man
can let that question remain unanswered, You owe them the
protection that life assurance glypg.
The n<w- Reserve Dividend policies of  the
The Sun Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY
of Canada
furnish Endowments at Life Rates The guaranteed Cash Bur-
render Values and I'ald-np Valui . exceptionally liberal. In
keeping with the other term, of th.  aollcles,
S.e Ui   about   these   new policies
F.J.HART & CO.ITD
OUR   GREAT
Janua
��SrCilf?
A Fortunate Event for
Hundreds of Our
Customers
This cold snap is compelling people to procure warming clotting  bedding, etc.   Our sale offler
opportunities  to  save  on  cold weather necessities,    This store is full of bargains In every depart,,,. n,
Everything  is   reduced  and you can Bave money by Investigating and then buying at these prices;
The Place to Buy
WARM
Wool Gloves
and Mitts
\         ��� n's   warm   wool   Mitts;   in
of  navy,   brown,   cardinal
ai       lack and cream; per pair..
   25c and  30c
I.. ...    Warm Wool Mitts; In sami
colorings  as  the  children's mitts,
<        ale at, ,    ;-   .   30c  and 40c
Gloves in   plain  and  fancy
il(        on  sale at,  per pair   .. ��� ���
   25c to 45c
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
Boys' Heavy Wool HOSE
40c per pair
just  the  weight and styb        table for this cold snap.     v, ���    .,-.
placing ties ni" on sale In i     on ������  to  requests  tor warm .    to. i
Ings.    These are English Worsted   Hose  with  double  knee
top and are most durable sti Slzi -��� are 7 1-2 to 0 1-2
Regular prices 50c to 65c pe    i   ���    VVhili   they last, ;���������
Ladies9 Ribbed Cashmere Hose
3 pair for $1.00
Tw el ..���  io;   . ��� ii' .  -Ladb -
to 9 1 . only;  regular val
nd  wide  rlbl ��� 1   II" ���
15c   "ti   ale  3 p..
SUPPLY YOUR
White Wool
UNDERWEAR   Blankets
NEEDS
NOW
VYe are offering some special  reduction        i       this Janu:
..   ours:
AT
! t       ..i : Natural Wool Und
��� ���  >; 00;   sab   . rice   	
'���':.���   Lot  Ladies Undervests in white  and
ice	
���
;ular
Ladles   Union   Wool Undervests and  Drawei        fleece-lined;
��� ' "���      ale price, each  	
50c
.  25c
'        ...; Com'blna Ions; natural color on I >        ���     .     Mi
>��� zea for ladles; regular vain    &1.30 and $1.7
���lit   	
Ul Children's Fleece Lined   Undervest    .\~\  D    .'������
. ii'     10c to 35c;  all on Bale at,  pi ���
f'Sc
Clearing Out Cur Entire
Stock of
CUR TAINS
At 95c per pair :
���ir Nottingham Lace Curtains 2 1-2 nnd ! yards long, : - to
50 Inches In width; floral design or plain .. i, . regular prices $1 I '
$1.25, $1.35 and $1.30;  sale pric,, per pal,   .      95c
At $1.35 per pair:
Twi ity-flve pa      I gh !.. soiled Nottingham ,.���..��� Curtains 3 and 3 1-2
long, -is ,,, :.,; inches wide; regluar nalut    $1.66 to $2.00'     ���
4.50 5.35
5.95 6.75
8.50
PER PAIR
Man    ... tie   .    , .���
and are offered at thesi   I ...
to cit ar,    A k to   ee them.
pair,
An ��� xtra snap In Boblnet and Frilled Muslin Curtains;
���five pair of Frilled Bdblnet Curtains In cream or white
'ill.,   arices $4.00 and $4.25;   the lot to dear at
l(. per pair  ..
$1.35
!��2.95
$5.00 Muslin Curtains
On sale $1.95 per pair
Ten pair only in the lot. These curtains are 3 1-2 yards long I 1
inches wide, frilled on both edges and bottom; top is hemmed ready
for running on pole; ground is white with sprays of sky or yellow
only.    On sale,  per pair	
.a>1.95
A Great Chana
to Save on
DRESS
Fabrics
B
Thlrtj  pi. cea of Plain I'., ni
etlans, Homespuns, twei ds, etc; a
w..oi  and  all   popula	
lengths are from    i  to  10
mostly; an excellehl chance to Be-
cure material    tor a    km c  i        ,
Bklrt or everyday costume   We arf
clearing     regular    price    fabrics
from $1.2.r. to $2.2ii per yard, for
  95c
A Clearance of a Lot of Short Ends of English
PRINTS and MUSLINS, 10 l-2c per yard
Fifteen pieces of English Prints, and 10 pieces only Fancy Qlngh
clear up the short *nds; regular values are 15c to 25c. On sale
ftms ,.U),i Muslins on sale at this price "
 10 12'
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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