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 FIRE
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WH.TC, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. '^-Watl-a library
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LIFE
ASSURAIICF
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NgW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NTMHKft   1S
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NEW   WESTM1NSTKR.   B.   C, SATURDAY MoilxiXfi,  JANl AT!Y  1G   1909
FIVE CENTS PER COP\.
TRADES COUNCIL        I GOVERNMENT HAS
ELECTS OFFICERS    NO FUNDS AVAILABLE
QUITS POLITICS TO
EXPLOIT GOLD MINE
rhai'Ic- Feeney New Pres.-1 Capt. Gaudin Intimates that
dent- Deputation    Wans
On School Trustees.
Dominion Cannot Assume
Responsibility.
Seattle    Democrat -'Figures   Out   That
He Ha? a B&nanza  at  Ruby
Creek.  B. C.
W0ll.ll I.91ECT MONTREAL fiURNABV ACREAGE
mmJw�� mm   BOUGHT BY SYNDICATE
C. P. R. EXPRESS TRAIN
WRECKED NEAR YALE
Inland   Waterway    Scheme   Presented
to.. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier by Tranc-
portation   Interests.
-i h
Seattle, ,i in. i"..-��� DUcosarin*
Hill.      1.. \ll
i.-,e w,     ���. ���- .  ,
jarpw VV ,  i BartenderaJ; secretary,
1;    \   stoney,   tTypographlcaS);   tr. a-
At,  tie  ;��nil nil     meeting    of     the
��� ,,!,���' and l. iboi council last eienins
fdflowing   ofllcers   were   elected
I   i ,-iii. lit,    Clllir.es   1Y ., .
..--ireei   Railwayman);   vice-president,
J
i
,.,���     ii    Bchofteld,     (Bartenders);
i... ...ileal-;, r-nist.   Mr.   Bell
T   Tiirni.uii   ll.   Boyle   and
I    p    NicMurphy;     executive,   (w*ith
,   ,)    j    Randolph   i,,,,i   W,  J.
_   .it,.
���|- ii   i.  luring   president   J.   J.   Ran-
��� ���' ed .the officers,
iiii.tMett   with  Trustees,
Th.     ������      '"ii-    Thomas Turnbull,
:.   , i Wilson, and  ll. Boyle, appoint-
, ,| ,., interview  itic BchpoL.bpard with
. ,  ,     .   to et cning classes,  m, t  the
���  . ' . nii'icr at their .nil  i
��� ,.HV| e*pb��,ted   bat k     to
'
il. liner,   lhe   well-known   Dj inocrijfllc
ii.   in   aud   Insurance commission
[T>t    .Net', iugton   yesterday   rele..
the  lugs   .nd   small   boats  Troaen   ,,,
t!'.. Krasrr* and lhe ehuniiil is lent
t'lei��� .��� I..'.it. the ni;ill..-: whitrf. To"
Wtijrk Will lie in ken iii h.iml between
tht, ,;   M,  K.  wharf and  the. bridge.
el  above t'1  the  Eraser river  milts   to__a__u   boll lei    (Jntlrelj
a    :    as  imssibie,   and  a scow
t goUil    On
mins at Ruby Creek, B, d wbie.i. h.   J. ,  ;1.,-  .,	
.-.nv-,   is   worth  million?,   Chjarl. -     ti    p uiterests   in
N, a  1       stati  an i	
Deal Ir.volves Consideration'Two Engineers Killed   and
of $ 120.(100���Proper^ Will ���   Thirty-five Passengers In-
Be Subdivide,].
jured Yesterday Noon.
on  Sh   \\ i!IvHl Laii .,.-!..-.. moon
during  ih.
,i ..
inistraiiou ol  Go\    to  ui ..   the , o<'i" ���    . Call-
i i inn'  J.ihii    It.   Kogel i
sins   he   has
possible
board  of [being sheathed tor that  purpose.
With reft rence to the eivi.- iruai -
anfeo of this bbat, Capt, liaudln.'mur-
Ine agenl lias written to Mayor ICcur.
as full IW_! Sir. i beg to aeknow 'letjgfl
the receipt .,f your letter of the 12th
Inst, advising thai the steamer Newlngton  Is   keeping  the   navlgat on
h '    .: isl  i. lui ;e a  ���; mu Boston, where
li.   Induced   ca] Itall to  provide   a
hii!i-ini)li..u d...ia-.- for the pnrpo-e of
Winking   ihp  ini.,.,-riy. Thi*   ue,u.t
ll.a.uer sa.,
nn st |.\  iii  purchasing too a  and sup
pill .     _aw   mill    u ill be  er, cted on
he   ;, ������    '>���!>���      Thi*   111"in\
,.,.-.  tvili    ib   tn ut  iiiSeiuih'
purchasing  too a  and sup
,v  mills   w ill   he  ��� ri .'.��� il mi
.u'.iwr ooen &o a* io give access  ;u ($.:�����.��� piopartj   and  ill    cuine-aiu  . .\,' ���   .
the   Cij_    wharves   WjthOJJJ      additional j Ui   ;,uJll    .,   ill0lU.u      tnvn, [_   Mi
ni""       I    am    very   pleased       to !
hear of tni�� steamer's good work ami
eongraiulat,   the  captain on  his suc-
1 ���   -   in   keeping   navig ition   ope
. ��� a;n u o.ii in.' result,  .Mi..     y,,  i  cut^mMiicatlon   yn'd   my   reel Tin iee  Peck had  :>..      ,.'   -��� hav,'ti. .w submitted to     ie d,
��� ���'.. a 1      .nu se
m ��� le.ni'iitary characters,
.. -.. i the High School ch  rj
g       ujill ie,   Instead "f turnlns
only about   10  p,
. i ���'. ���  i..   :..',..
.."    thi    "IT", tn: it a -     thus
,M.   .', iison said ti ���   board was glad
,.   ..      tance of the Trades'
stn ngthi nlng   Its    hands
provlnt lai  government.
il . Boyle   aid the government gav
to   aid   nlghi   schooU
.
oposali   foi  a   ihargi   v.
.   ....      to l he   sevei al   u	
..r -in. ir rt��rwii
In    retjuj    il   hei    inforni''
d, i, gatei   made rt clear that  the
i: erclai . ..if -,   .an Iculum would
���,. i;i ���   ������'��� ��� ell    as    eomtnercl i '
. ii BUttSl
Tin   Ti ��� (ii'ieil  lh, a   passed  a
-,.i:. dorslng   tti       a, tion     ol
|ii,.-   delei lo th,       hool   board
[Tli..   council   nise   decided   to  a-k   T
[iiia'.,i..   .\i   i.   A . foi  his support.
Household   I'Vanchise.
it   t....vie report, ,1 upon th,   depul
... h  ���      .     on the , ty council
th,      househol i
.
i'   ' - i.i ; h,   .:.ni ii ���   drafted
..   . I'ol .    ami    ivppi o\
ii   ''���   '     I VI ti lit..-
i'i' - ; I
. . l
.'    Tin ai. it'    \V    i... i.i    . nd   it     .
ii  the debate.   Mi
.   moi Ion,   whl, !,   wtw>
ar     i  .���'   i  copy   of     the    iiraft
.���    i   should   be   Kubmlrted   i ���
partme'nj  am)  regret   very mu h  th
I  am  ...h Is. .1  thai   they  hav..  no np-
propi ation    ivallable   for   cha rt,
un    I, ��� ���'. enki   ',-   .leiniti      for     .\,.u
w ������ - minster,
1   aie   I'"' >' ���': dtng    i   copy    if   y	
' ��� ���     ' .��� puiy  minister,
adiaa  ...   rnmi...... , q   ���    fo   ...���
i   n  .   inion   nl   aii   ��� . -,    t 'i     .. a
connecting the St. l.{ a ��� .     arhd H t.d
.-mi   Iver via Ili.-Vmli. a .,  i.a.l i_ti..
'      .    ,,ii,    .'.,,   .  > a . . ...- i in an :
ai   . nun .;..-, ,,,   \i.ii.
.'   N. \t    Noi U. ...
SI       Vt ii..          I.;.    . i.
not commit   the a   it  to  thi
 ,a
had  I "en   niad, o th       o
cost , . ;��� . qti
.    ���, . .' ���    .
lion   ���    ���',.   ��� ,\ ennui in
IMMENSE QUANTITY OT
WATER IS WASTED
STEAMSHIP WYNER1C
BINS CARGO FOR FUEL
British   Liner,   W  II   Known   on   Coi
Consumes  Fixtures   and   Stores
When   Coal  Gives   "ut.
Si    vine, nl,   r    it.,     .'in    I li.    Tin
111 II tall     te,unship   \\ J m ,        I a ,;     llr-
'   .    . '���:���.    ��� ound   t; ...n   -; ill   Fran,
, Coijuimho,   i. ��� '��� i.   \i..iii.'v.iiei, and
.  I'm   I in  lin   a.,.   i,ui  ini��� i    i his
. .   ��� nit, for a    u
ol  coal.i
,.'���,.. ,,,,,,,
1 ihe v.   ... in,'I been e nnpe li .1 to eon
a part ol   i     ca    u   us well as
an.I   llxtun
; lie -ra'.el will ., : om Juuo I ' . . ���
liic .��� ti'.i.   it Is all    lac, i  mini a an ,
an  &l. a           25 a." ���  i
' T.  M   11.ni..un. ll	
of   it..    ' iiuj   i.. ,n I ai a
woi king, th        ,pe'ri    Lwd : i
��� iii ,-.' hud* iit'i rapitftl ut, ��� a
. hiui i      an l   hi   .     ��� tid    "... ,1-in
.                 [-'M     Helfn ��Yej
have oniy examined  tweii i  H i   ..,, ,        ,^
and in  " ,,i;  oi tin  Fifty   rhousapj  Oa] in   oi
nuke all.interested mlllli Fluid WasL(^). \\',, P   Gate
The <��� 'inaaii\   ia knov.n -i    lh    P
. ���    Gold  Mining  c inipauj      ' hn  P,
man i- pie Ideiit; 'i'. M   !I iuI on,
era lagen;  Chai I   i 11     i fner,
Bei ��� .ar.-.. and J. M. Spni kmtii i., as-
urer The Bo iton men Interest. ,i ai e
,'h'i'!."i Smith, Franh Playt, and
Gi org,   W, Siai
'
,".li ul   iteeii, nl   on .
I       "     ' -���' ,., ,���    }tOCit,
from   here,   between
', .:.   and   S|'ii//iihi. ,,n  ih,   main line,
I*   K.   In  which  thirty-five
in.I  ih,j two
A    Va '    ''mver   synili.'.. i,    , ..ni|.vi
I twenty .1 ;. .ul professional
, . ���' .>   pur, aas, ,1   for    $121,...
.    ���> i   ..        '���    a.-i e��,  ollkaally   ties, I ib, ,.
,.   uiKiri i. i... is,   g.oup l, in Bttwra
bj   ifltl  i,    '.   "\   \\���pstmiii'-tei  distiicl    pa           won i    .1
���     \ ���     .1      Vt, \aiule,    H, 1   Hi .1
���'   ". f' ��� '     ol    Mr.   .lohn   Hendry,      v       Thi    train   v. a ...   tfwaBd   spe��
..imiip a ..I $.Mi.o���n   ��... - mad.    ���   .!   marie  up   ai   Mft'dlclne   Hat    oh
ta'-   *l :    ... aieilK   VtVO   ei    J re 00       V\ .1 n    ;,. .,,. pa.
.   .   of   fin nfifl   exte',.r,i'
,.,1"1  oi   ,a.,  years ' ** ""   ''      W&eTS
t'i-,.    "'al  'ilM a,.-,'!,leer)  wYfl  hi Int)       '        l*a'1   t?"   ' " '"'
" '   ��� .ldiiiR lots ami will bi    :'   '���' ' ira,  and  th,   ',,",. ,   wettl   on
..a Hi.   market Immediatel)    1.;     I ���;..���.,   ,-,,, |    .i n.;, ,i    m,.    he Kra-
��� .,. .1     ,-,lth.nieii     iht-
S    Rorl o     is   still   fan U    well
cove ri il  �� i.'i     r.thei   and and, I bi us i.
Tl"- ���' In   mestion adji  i     Ha
���   '       "" ;   -   ���. i	
ne ir thi   ,. ��� .   exhibition
���   ' t ge or hall
m' ed wew
I       .        and   I a   .'a.'i.il,   aoiii ,Oi
\ ; in-. ,*. i      I'li ��� litem, ii ,M��(,e..     I li...
, ;.   l      , M i.'i !    ���. ,  ',   i.-
'" ���  in ii.uit, all loiiow...) .me
Bui'    ., The  ownei     �� : '"L1    '"   i*nib���rik*heril
il   s     . .        ... .... \   ..
���   ' ' ' ' .,',.,
'Mi   "i   ia. ,1  directiti        '���    iplen- . ,
ii p ,,i   wnii       ��� ���
the  Sec ��� ;   .        .    , i :'..        i ',��� ei '.    r       qUi
���      ' .;,,!'     a,.-   le i.pje I     | li    ', .,.,. ;,  . W|.,.,, ,,,,)
i'i" the    pu ���    i   in   ioda\
M.i        I'
si.ly   K f .    \\      I!      I .'     it \\ ll
W,  R    Ker,   A. I). Ersklne   IS
lllooiniiel.l,   .lames   Harvej       L-tmberl
Breaks at Brunette Creek.
lEvmn of iiws
mmw w niaijaha
a     real, ll
water  n
lift; 11
,.     wat, as t e,l
oil   lor ;���  IH
.   a i  ,,i
11
,..,.   ol    ...   Trad,     a   il
I. ihn     i ������. ],, n   ...   deputi Ifo
'    "      ,,���    provincial   government
In   ,
i ,ii,i,- und Walters.
COl'l .-| I.e..      M
���a   bail    form-
ly  been        neal  tint l-
Iti i   ihe   cit ������.   a...I   Ii     ...
"\   had surrendered  ...   allowed   applicant.
��� to fall tm abeynnci    ll       i :-h
i,.."I   that   an   effort   would   be ; -
gantv.e at an eai'ly date    si'lll'   VH.\XJ>OHEID ol't
ting this matter wa   j W \S11I\��;T< ��N  COAST
.   "  the organising committee  ' 	
I iii bur Hall. 1',,, il ,a.l. ,,r . .lan    15,    Thi   United
���       committee   looking   Into     tb.- ' Sl   .,..   (tGathei      buneau     report*
ed  ol   ,.   ial.oi   hall   t\ el ������  i. mi.   led  "' I
a.a   of   halls   .- b", ,ly     to   be
hi.i  urged that  the commlt-
, mi \ i \   couhT in \mi:i:i:s
iti:ioi:i: .u ix.i: now \^
In  re \\.  P. .;. org,   a pptteatlon for
lettei s  of a.iiiiiiii-t i ation     Ol del'  m:,'!"
upon  regulations latd  dow n by i ourl
.1    i;   ,;, ant  sup; o ation
I trael   vs.   Jameson      To   add    de
i, n,i.un      v.ijoin ned   I I    Jan.   1.8,   J
R    , Irani   for   p    <
. 'arel,on   VS.   Ill OM n    '!'������   sl	
.,!, k ..a .i i' k nnedj toi ap-
pileal Ion
..M.'i.tiiaia'ie   v .     ' il, -������!���     and     All'
'i urn."',  garnishee     K   C.    Hi ow >,  foi
Application    for    payment
,'I'V
ird,
-.  ti     weatnei     oureaii     rei
,,, .   ;,,.i -...I i n    ..  a.....    on      the
Wa Kington   .-on'-',   about '  ten     mil.
j north   "I   ' "'UmbiH   i ivr       Ir   is   believed   Ui_l  Un-  vtiisvl i-  ��be   French
h,p Alice from J_findon with cemetif.
ihe  ciew   Rot   ashor,    1:      mall   boats.
,i,l  :     tin.   fact that  the ;V.'s��,.i  has
been aha,;,lolied H  is believfil   , I >: t'  Minis  in   .,  hop. less   position.     Owing  I"
aiVe.y   �� ealhei    conditions,      pii rtl, u
ibjaincil
ild   l ni"  ."iive  ai   ,,,i'o   ,,,
in iir, ii.ents  wiiii  the   piopri
i   t,   ,,..��� .an   K.   ..f   P.     hall,
' am;,    hi   I   were   menl loned   t,
in rhortly,
stale ni  RnMnefta.
I'I,"   ,.lumbers   had   not   much   i"  "'
'"   Pasl   nio.i'h   in   the   sta"' , i.,,,  ,,,��� im-  Wre. k   'iinnot   be, ob_
.,;, , and nthei  trad, -  show - : |(  ()|j_. (|;|1(._
I thems,      . doing Well,  except  the1' _J.	
'���'", -    '.' no   were   slack   as      . u-    I
 I;i���'   al   this   tin f  year     Con
��� i a   improve,  -ahl  V   John
���   opi ning  of the spring.
Mi-eellaiietui-;.
i'h" ie ��� ease    nf  the    late    K    B  i
,1 ���    wa    . ep..rl...l  ami  a   vote of I
��� WBS   pass.,I   to   lhe   family
i'h..   retiring   pi
t< ol    he past year and hoped
lh" "iti.ers would  be helped  in  the
,!r"    ��� ay a- he hud hern.
V committee of three was suggested   Fr.daj   aighi  they   wuni  tq Urn home
'��� enquire  int..  and  draft   resolutions . ���f   ,\|jKs   Hazel   Recvi        ami   tlancerl,
' h" presented to the provincial gov-   -^      wm      ( ])(, ,lll���W(.l| .- ,.lKc,  pg-i
nmenl   at  an  early  date,     but   the
motion   was   withdrawn    to   leave   it.
���' the parliamentary committee. This
a    Fulls;    V    V..      lan     lo.-
d   Stat,     ch noma   offli lai    hi '<
tod .;.'   recelv 'd   nil   order   frohl  Wa ;ti-
Ihgtori   I        ng ii'a; n more .-��� iP I iu-
spersHoti - ��� "ii ' ititeiirra this . ��� .
try lie in ule to discover : Itiu d
. . i I.. ..in., tiing i������ i "ii' ��� "t
i.,n,' iiinle a [irac a. ii
pini ,ui In - loris which can bi bo
a .,  ���    i.i ,' ""i.i.i than in tli ��� l a ������ '���
'.-..��� on  Falls, inn.
Pi i In ���   ad linttii     of  tin   "i      e in !
lie i i   on    .a ���'���    lillbwln^ i" .' mi   i i.
IIII'IIIH"   i., ni   n 111 oi 1    lo    '.   a
v. all, Lh, in.   'I..       frt'i     J100   woi ih  of
goods iiiuchn    i In a  foi el pa i     u
ami   . I 11 m 1*1]        ; ml      tle-y   h id    '      l
....   iail   mi ii.-   rel used  io paj du     on
ai tied -    rill. Ins, d    in   Canada   und
hriiiliilil   into   :!ii     emintry.     Nov.
tleca,   .
uit.s in   tli"
eai  p am ���
and     allon
.o.i. i lay   aft, rn i m
the i'  en ol i   ��� lu
l lo o voi    Ix li on
Pu.   break, whl,       n ���
i ,i,,  reneut cold   mn       ' '
, wo o ' I", k, and '.'��� '   disco
\\\ i,,, | h i"        ���       ������     ip
,,  ihe    ��� ��� in .  ll   was  udl
,,,, ,| , i..|;   tun '    : -        ���'       '���'!
a ���   wa i re pu I red     Whll        new
holng   pi n "'I     i" ' ���"
���v it, r �� as , nl off    im   'i
tin   break.
wiiii  ih" limit, 'l   n
,,. iter in tho uservoli     tl presenl
i me, >, -��� i ��� , 111 \ . .11. ��� i ���      ���   Ii   Hnve
I iqvctl    '   lou   h si tl    u o "    ' ���
happen, .1  .|..i'iir.   the  I     ���       ���     npu.b
l, :,i. .".ii il3    . '.
ivho avail tlieinseiv    nt' ; hs provision
inii-i   b,   on I   of   this  country   fur   at
lea I   K ���-.'���"!   hefii       rettnnln i
good
_hj    ...i; affgci in   trade in Ntag ira
I',,!   ,, Oiii^to _ Ui:
$1(11,11   11   We. a
���  I inl   ol    a'
Bond   ami   I M .   Hot 1".     li    laj inu   onl
ii e, i;.  an,I   lane     tl   is   pi opo -��� .1   to
nt.a     oi   Hastings   imii.-'i..       The
."."iii "i the Burnaby liurnbev .",,,-
I", ai",I on a p.n lion 01 lib
' ai. i li onl Of tlie in �� ly a, '|llil '"i l '
pertj tvllosi boiimla, >��� will nnlv b.
dl ian, ball a mile from the , i ,e, ,,
nu ,a the ,,, ojected i, nulim
;  ,"i,  I tastings lo'.vnsii...
��� '   on p," ���   dn    'i li bulM i I
inrles   I n  I P-i.-.l   \\. ... <������<,���<  , ,l   I
slldini   down ol thi   c lohl i rn
the ��� ���         .'...". .  -,,
i!oosi:\ i:i,i  riu:i:\ii;vs
ID   I'ISOSl'l i n
I'ltISs
|,    In
W isblUKlon.    I).   '<' .   .'.'ii     I
leai ned to.lay upon  i ellabl,   authoi Ity
thai   the   departmenl   Of   Jnstl       hai
1.1 ,i".i over t" United States I Hi
\t'"in'.y Sttmson of the   outhern1 dls-
iiiei of New Vork. all the p.,pes con-
,,. cted   with  the  Parian tr.it ~ji
.   thai has been a taia��\ foi  - ��� I
I. ism   for th" last six   months.
Ii  ia beii... ..I  this trains- I  l{ m ��le
v\ th tin   . le    of bringing < i Iminal . i
Hon   In   N'"'.    Vol k   ;is��Hinsi   .pubj>hers
of  newspapers  whtrh   haye  i   held
,,,,,-���11,:,.    ( ,|     'he    r-edi'i.ti", ||       .,i    th"
,. .  tion
TEN trial UULIAH
LUMBER Mlliiil.ll FllilMLII
B|io  in,     Jan     If    A    $10, i.uou
niei Ing   aieil    " : -   i
lh,   ;'   ll   i. ", i    i an   i mn pun ���. ei
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Wo nil   iw.ir,      . 'imp 111}     arid     F,    \
ol    Bpokani      millioiiali'
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ODBFELLOWS LBMIUIil
JOINT INSttLLATUN
Royal City and Acn.lty  Lotlii.s C
In   Ceremonb i     Reports     ho,
Succ�� sfui   Financial    fear,
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STUDENTS   SUSPENDED   FOR
DANCINGI   ON  A   FRIDAY
ISptiUaiie,     .lan.      15.       Pwcnly-two
iiiem'i. ,.,   ul   Junior   A   ('las- I   Ol    tl,"
South Centra) Hi.,h  school have been
trident   referred   to j suspended   troin   participation   In    all
lass activities   for   the  > ro<(t  of   the
,;ir   because,   after  ;i   sleltih  rid"   last
in debates, athletics ,,,  in class plays
Mil he done
The council   decided   to  make     an-
"ther effort  to obtain Information as
1  why tne   board  of  trade    should
"'-���'f  the  control   of  the  rooms  in  the
��� "v hall Instead of the city c.iincll.
WANT   RECIPROCITY
WITH   THE   DOMINION
SI  llm.i.
TIW8TEKS
receive;
lllll'l TATION
Viwrther   meeting   of     the     school
board   wa*  held  last  evening  to  eon-
'der   I lie   estimates,   anil   receive     it
'!'-nutalloii  from   the Trades anil   I.a-
f,"r council.
The estimates, which hnve tn he in
' '���   the end  of the month to the city
ouncll, were advanced a stage The
leputatlon  united  on   the board   with
Terence     t,,  the    establishment    of
IL-'ht schools, the report of which I*
'''ind  under  the  Trades'  Council   re-
" r t.
a very favorable hearing was given
> ih.- hoard and the representations
r 'hi  deputation win b^ given due
"is'i't   In   tti"   prospective   interview
'"'   t;n ,'...   wii'.i   tb"   provincial   gov-
��� "���'���menl.
New York, Jan. 16.- -The Cham1"'1'
ai Commerce of New York State t��s
declared Itself in favor of enipowerini;
the president of lhe United Sttttes to
negotiate a reciprocity treaty wil11
(laiiitila. li was voted to ask o inn
commercial bodies to unite with them
in urging Congress n> Kite such power
io ih.. president __t f~*": '"
Strawberry  Hill   Note*.
.1.   .vicl.elland   has  iri-Pp-ed
���-���ioc. ry    rtl,ire.    th"    pilrcliaS1'1'
Mr  Roberts, of Lulu Island, wh,
���a'        over   tllf   oflic ���   of   bO-UU-   '
S    M   Snellfnc;  has  Ap, lien
ftoi e   "  , N   V . .1 tn.  I.*     \biati
Goldman,   inn,a-  of   Hmraa  Ooldmftn,
f.uaoa     loi     n.'r   anarrhisiie  ,p,e       i
;]II,i g] eechew, died  fcer ��� yesterda:    '������������; started   lael
v,.a,    old.    Ue  was proprlet^i of    a: way w H
pi 111! I'll'"   <">,���<���
Goldman  was   a   native  of   R-    a.
and caul,  to ibis country wiien KoMDS ...   �� -
Col'lnian was 8 small child rle di'i
no- share, it i- sBTrT, his ilansthfe-s
lielief In anarchy.
Ohel
Kink, a ear-old boj   li dead   ind
i, . broth,'  HernrV, a_ed m. is likely
to 'le  as the  result,  nf being lost  In
He-   mount;.,.-   while   bunting       They
.njnlav     onl    lost    their
food oi  match*,    in
"Vposur..     .   'he   bit'",   cold
o th��b
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LtBERlAN GUNBOAT LARK
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BOMBARDS KiUMN SHIP ;
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1,1 III  I   ill
���t. refr
off .a    cot i  or i. ,. rla     in    ii^",i; ,,,���	
.i     icfioi    b not given      \   < i i n
man   gu    ' 'hip   I om   Kamei urn   h
iii. i   I.,    Ll be rla
The \\'i>. rman Hn<   fnn
from  lioi ��� '      around   '-
Is   Seiilenietl.
Pittsburc.     Pa .   Jan     I ���'���      Baubi
Rlnehwi   was  fotwy  B d  KUilty   on
all counts of offering bribes and  sentenced to 15 years in the penHcntimay
Heavy Rains Cause Floods
In California Valleys
if   ins
being
ilso
and  feed   itore;   ihls  is a  -''���a
\. nlence  to the  farmei    and  i
,, ,i mln wfll
I'our
eon
inch-
d,
, in thi    vl, Inlty, ani n,
n  good trade.
San Kriiucisco, .lan 15,���The flood-
Sesultibg from thu heavy and continuous rains ol' the. past week, hnve divtif,
flonsldesable damage In the river val-
(evs of Ctilifornia and have seriously crippled railroad communication,
lin bridges aeroasi the American
including thai of the Southern
Pacific near Sacramento, part of which
was cBi'iioil away Last niglu, are out.
of connuiss'lon and cannot he repaired for several weeks, two spans of
of the new bridge, of the Western Pa
the' tent tweiiiy-I'e""' hourly hut liters
are Indications of clearing  weni.lifu.
Pari of ihe town of Higgs is under
water Passengers on Southern Pacific trains Nos. ��, 10 iihd 24, win)
were east-lxiund, wil he serit to their
aestlnations by way of i^,s Angeles.
Reports I'rorn th* San .fnatiuin valley, which has heft- ""'''"������mod with
inninlaiion, arc  reassuring.
Tbe high wntej aJ Uakersiie'd, in
Kern county. i-cajrlrWl I's Jr^st feai
I Bight  and Is -M'' i ''"'" ""l;,-v-
.MthoiiRh. iioiii"ns   of  .Visalia     and
dflc railway company have also been i porterville were flooded, tlm-v was no
washed oat, onfi man helna drowned J loss of life and '���'"' iiroperfy loss was
when   they   went   down. I not  large.    Munj   families  in   Porter-
More than nn    Inch and a  half of
rain  has fallen in  Sacramento during  In hot,>.
villi"   wet
,-   ,,,,���   led    POIII    tbf'ir    home"
or 011 i*fr.��. ,    ,       ���
OPERATOR   WINS   CASE
AGAINST    W-.srt-P.N
Seattle,   Wd, Jan    15     \  Jury   i_-1
day liwai-.led .1. W. O'Brien *l-'ll> Jinn
age�� agatnsl ihe We-aem i'iii��.n tere-
grapfa  ''omj)i:n>   for  Miiekilsiins  hrml
win, the t'nited Pross  i gssoflt-ted
prttt a orh.tinns. becini-" of his connection in tne rMMK I --1 ���������_ri*(*ti��-ri-
si rili"
Emma and Ben Jailed.
Sun     .''riiiirisco.     Jan.     15.���-llUUaj
Oohiiuiui, the notorious anarchist, and;
lien ReltmAU, who Is widely known an
���'    s    t\i< Itmrni'l,   P'i
, he Installation, "' '
        being served
,,.,���,, ,     ,    |,r,,spr,m,l"   v     .
I, I.     ��� I If'..I    in- re.T-r
        . '"'le
 ,���      . .. ������
KIMSII   I H-IJT  l��\
I.Ol'AI, OTTIHV l,IKKI->'(
Ip ������ .lan I.-, The Ucftn<W(f
\ i in .:'", s' -soelatloh hi�� Hegur) ti
lamp'iigri to have 1 n apitriwiriilnfe
UIMIOU legislature modify rbe loiiil optiofi
laws by which a in., i-.riiy vote can-
eels the licence to a three-fifths vottj
and "omp, nsaii.-iii in form Of heavy
ammiitles given for bin's closed. Ar-
ivirenlly a finish Oght between saloon
:,, . oers ',,,, the temperance elemeir
i--  i.ipldly  apProe^Tling  in   Manitoba
Ex Auditor   General   D��ad.
uiriwa.   Jau    la.- 1    I..-nllf"   MCDoit-���
tall, ex-Auditor Qeneral, whojufleredl
on
the "King
I lie   Hoboes."   were ar-
ironi a  second iittacl, of nar
ruesduy   and   lias   be. n   sihMiJig, sjtlc
died ai  11; t". Mils morning.    Oecease'ij
who  wa-- over  leV^hty,   retired   Qkreel
yars ago after quarter of ;i century s'
service
rested   last   night as they   wiv  aliOi'i i
an,
to  hold one  of  the    eight   meetings
they bad  previously announced,
wer,.  lodged   In  the city jail  on
charges of "conspiracy to riot."
iiiniii  Bridges m  Alnskii.
,\'ew York, .Inn, la.���The Outre
helms have just placed orders for thej
ightllflrge ateel bridges to be built H-H
summer a^rcss the Copper river Ina
Alaska In extending the Copper River'
,<���    Vol ihwestern   ralhviiN.
lifty-Slx Are RUM.
Vessperiin.  Hungary,    Jan.
an   explosion   of   fire-damp
the
Votes for Belgian Women Workers.
line-. Is.    Jan.     i.',.   The    Belgian!
Aucka.   coal mine    here    yesterday,   chniiil,,',- ha i psstM ti h|ll glvtog wo-
wiii-b  was  followed   later by a dust   _ ��� ,,���, ^ 1(, Vll.    ������,-,.,���,,
explosion and lire.  240  men  wore en- ���;   '.,���������
lomhed.     Kii'iy-six   men   were  killed   ber* ol lonit conferenc . or employer
' anil employees,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Wanted -.- Lost -.- found 1 ,
s For Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc. |
WANTED���
Cashit"'.
Columbia
street
~~~���- '���~-~~-~���~~~ ���     Nanaimo, Jan.  15.���Win. Holden, a
At     one.        Experienceil I member of the searching party look-
Westmtnati r Clothing Co. ; ing for Young Johns, who was lost in
the woods near iNanoose bay about a
week ago and whom it is feared lia."
perished, met with a fatal accident in
that vicinity yesterday. He was In
company with Richards, who was
traveling with Johns for a short time
before he was lost. Richards was
Walking behind Holden carrying a
gun, when the trigger caught in some
underbrush, descharglnig a cartridge,
the ball entering Holden's leg, badly
shattering it. He waa carried out
about three miles to Nanoose. He
died this morning.
EASTERN capital read) to Investigate legitimate investments���lands,
timber or mines���in British Columbia. Address In first instance, with
full particulars, "Capital," care of
Nobli .v. Co., Molson's Bank building, Vancouver.
LOST���Hockey skate (Boker's Dominion i, with hoot attached, on Saturday, between Burnaby lake and oar
Hoe,    Howard if left at this office.
WANTED���Position bj experienced
lady stenographer, Accustomed to
law work.    Apply   A. B., this office.
i.ost���Scotch pebble brooch. Finder
please return to Daily News office.
LO-T���On north side of Columbia
street, lady's purse containing sum
of money, Reward at Dr. Manchester's office.
b OUND���Purse containing sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
.same by proving property and paying for thi. advertisement. Apply
David Saunders, corner of Columbia
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
LOST��� Pocketbook, between Royal
Bank of Canada and postofftce.
Kinder kindly return .same to tals
office and receive reward.
A  LIKE CASK  ilKRE.
WAtiLA WALLA, Jan. 14.���Warning wu.s given today by Fire Chief
Metz for people to discontinue the
practice of leaving their faucets open
in order to prevent the water from
freezing. A force of men is constantly at work at the hcadwork
keeping the Intake tree from ice and
keeping the channel clear. Allowing
the water to run in the city has rnf.de
the pressure dangerously low, and
..wing to the deep snow, the fire engine would be apt to freeze up going
to a Are any distance from the Station.
FOR SALE���Second hand piano In
first, class condition. Apply P. 0.
box 838, city.
TO RENT���-One large furnished bedroom, near library, suitable for two,
Also two small one3. Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
LOST���Small  parcel  gent's    laundry.
Kinder please notify this office.
FOR     SALE��� Household     furniture,;
suitable for five    room    house,    In]
first  c!a.-s   condition.   Apply  owner,
Box 97ft, City.
WANTED���Nursemaid from l to 6
Apply Mrs. John Brydges, coiner
Carnarvon  aud Elliott  streets.
TO RENT Board and room; piano-
close in. 340 Third avenue, near
Fourth street.
WANTED���A nurse g'rl; services required from I to G p.m, Mr?. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
TO BENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
VEST MINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���-Under new mana2,"m����nt
266 Columbia street, Phone 366. HD
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Coriova
st-eet west, Phone A27R0. Vancouver, B. C.
TRADE
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
Our store has been
tried and proved-
to be the best
and most reliable for prices
and quality.
To encourage cash
buying, we will
submit   the
following:
H
, PURE GOODS ARE
COWail'S Perfection COCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Mod-Ulan*. fctc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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4 + <r+*0
Chest Protectors^
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AT ALL PRICES f
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
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J> 1   EYES TE3TED FREE
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractarers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   La h,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash    Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc
jFijh and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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HOUSE of QUALITY
Suits and Overcoats
Our range of Suits and Overcoats have
the style and fit.   Cannot be equalled
for the price.
$10 to $30
o
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7-lb. Tin   Robertson's  Marmalade x.""
l-lb.  Tin   Robertson's Marina'ade.50i
2-lb.  Tin  Robertson's  Marmalade. "."h
This   Is   Un.'  finest   Scorch   M    n  4
!��� .  quality guaranti   ���
I I
obertson's  Jam.-.   2-lb.   tins   Strawberries   uiul    llaxpberries,   etc.. 20c
I
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone"! 2. New Westminster
i   lbs.   for
These   are
fat  t. II"-.'..-.
CllilliW!
10-50'
bis
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
THE HOME OF NOVELTIES
Sugar,
fO-lb,
Floui,
the   1
aymond
a n o t'
���r    car
just   ,
irrlved
this   wei
k.
Sack
.   91.85
$(i.25
This
Hour
lias   'ir.,\t
u    to
be   the
besl ,.n
the m
irket,    S*
.  risk
ia  liny-
OIK   it.
We
guarunt.-.
its
quality
Bul    t.
. lbs,
14-lb,  box lor   	
i im. rrini.-iii Creamery;
Red quantity  left.
lnger Snaps, 1)  lbs. f,,r.
Empire,  i lb	
No.   1 Ceylon.
.$4.50
only a liin-
0<40*U*0*090*OOt>0*Cr+0*0*0+0   O*C*C*C^*0��O0*O*O*0
Save 20 "ent this month
I'..   Buying lor Cash.
Anything you require lu Crockery or
Glassware
GROCERY  SPECIALS
i a-aa i Tomatoi a 11 rgi I   I for.. .25c
Canned  I', a-   10c
Canned Corn   10c
Canned Salmon, small tin . 5 tor. .25c
Canned Salmon, large tin , 2 for..25c
Adams & Deans
Groceries  and  Creckeryware.
COLUMBIA  STREET
Valencia  Raisins,
The*    are   largi .
Just   In,  and   thej
pli       Oct a  sample
lbs. for 25c
meaty     raisins,
m ike   t'i -   finest
up.
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MacKay s Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a; id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationer;
News Dealers
Our business    Is dally    In ���'������
���;ti ibis medium  of adv 11
���ii   tve  are  going    to   follow  ii
s"'t i-  pa; u like  rash.
m
CC3 fft fa
man
Public Supply
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4> and Bu iln ���-    '                                       con                                  .  to   .
$ h ive sui.   .   funds In   i 9 ivlng -   \                      i    lo tbe control of
We m -        -:���'-.'t lit; of thi -
CONSULT  WITH  US  TODAY    ,
ietalU expl iln ag out    ��� - on
1.1 bu il ii
'.'.,���   will
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW WESTMINSTER.. B. C. F. B, LYLE, Manage
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A Little Good Coal
makes a big, hot arc when a lo-.
of poor coal sends out to heat
at all. It is economical to buv
our coal, because it |g clean,
,.'or- ���arrth-st, i_l_*k��it'i__o��t heal
Itaves very lh*le ar-h nn.i costs
no more-' \>cf ton ihan poor.':
grade*-. We deliver it to any
part of the city. Full w.-ight
..'.way- Telephon�� your order
to us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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"WATER  CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION
ACT, 1897, AND AMENDING ACTS."
Vancouver Power
Company, Limitet
i
.NOTICE is hereby given that ty,0
weeks after date application will b��i
made to the Lieutenant-Governor iu_
Council by the Vancouver Power
Company, Limited, for a further Certificate of Approval of Its furtiK-r m-
dertaklng in the matter of the con-
siructlon of a -lain at the outlet of Co-
(luitlnm Lake In the District of New
Westminster.
The works intend.-.1 to be undertak-
��� ii by the construction of the sen
, lam and in connection therewithal'-
tho following:
i The erection oi a hydraulic - artk-
j filled dam about 650 feet ui lengtk,
j with a crest width of a' 20 leet ajul
'a thickness nt thi ou r of about 43|
I feet at the upper ��� nd of th�� main up-
per channel; the dam to be of a .nffl-
cient height to raise the waterlevel of
Coquitlam lake by about 60 foet; a
spillway channel to be made about r,.
fo.-t wide, 1- feet deep to carrj
surplus water.
And all such necessary and, Inclden
tal works  that may be necessar*  to
fully and  effectually carry  out    ind
complete the aforesaid furth, r
taking.
it is Intended to instal a 8-l-.ni |
creto pipe extending from   thi
stream toe of  the  dam up into the
laki  for a distance to be agreed upon
with   the   City   of   New  Viand to erect a : "wer for the ga',
screens  at   the   toe    if the  dam, auii
i-oni this toe ' i 21-iuch <__:���
Iron pipe surround   ; -a Uh concrete It
, trench und "��� neath the dam to
a connection wl ���. tl ���   .   .,n; ;.ip�� to
N ,\   Westminster
The area which will be tlo-j.; |
the raising of th<- water level is 1300
ire . of which the commercial value
.��� .all not exc.'Cil $1 00 an acre, and
the a;.proximate estimate of the
quantity  of   timber  on   this     Rood
I  would not  exceed laOO feel  B.M
per acre.
It is  proposed  thai  the  wati      I
���ii  sent  recorded    by    the    ' '���
from Lake Coqultlan    ind  froi
Buntzen bo utillzi d i      gi n ira
pow, r  required   io  op ��� ate    i,
'   r tin I ��� ;' tho
and also  under th    s ild .-
.,-��� ra bo to be con - -t ved
".t'ion of the aforesal 1 fu
��� iking  shall  b<    it.il n the <
tion of and   the  ca ...
undertakings ol the Company previously hereto approvi I _>* (' tlflcatefl
of Approval ot the Lit itenant-Govera-
."-in Council, and tha the Certificate
of Approval of which notice is hereby
given do >o )���.-..���.  :
The estimated cost    i the undertaking U about $200,000.
The Power Company will have duly
subscribed   before   i;   comuieuci    tt
constructions of the said further undertaking und  w.iri.-  ...  t'v,-ri-. . any
X of the powers in that behalf conferred
O by the Water Clauses    Consolidation
i Act 1897 Par; IV, one thou and (1 '
ftUhares of one dollar ($1.00) each, and
*it__ further amount ol capital required to fully comple:. the said under
talking will be provide bj a loan ol one
hundred and ninety nine thousand dollars ($199,000) to be mado by the
British Columbia Electric B~il*'ay
Company. Limited, to the Power Com
pany to be secured by Mortgage Bond'
of thi' Power Company in sterling
or decimal currency carrying interwl
or  by  mich other  form of  l-CUrtl     '
may in. agreed upon between the i;!
parties.
Tho time within which th�� Bald tut
ther capital of one thousand    d
($1,000)   is  to  li" subscribed    It     ���v'1
months from the date of obtain
certificate of approval of the und<
ing and work,-.
The said undertaking and ���-���"'"
are to be commenced before the expif*
.ation-of three months from the date
of obtaining a certificate of appro���
to tho same and the said works shall
be in operation within two years from
date of commencement of the sat-f.
And ui>on such, application all ''"'
tibial and necessary powers to t'11"5'
and effectually tarry out the ' '
proposed further undertaking will '''
applied  for.
Dated at the City of Vancouver, in
the Province or British Columbia t-l��
-���!ill day of December.   A.   IV 1908,
VANCOUVER   POWER    COMPANY.
LTD.
ll. H. Sperling, General Manftge^
Westminster Woodworking to.
BANK AND STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and C-
Phone 473.
Line
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Blackie Street.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana    McNEEuEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
"hone 431. P. O. Bo�� ��85-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE TBUSS
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Autherixed Capital $6,OOC,l>00
Paid-Up Capital   $2,200,000
Our fac'litaes for collect nj snd remitting money should b?
c-nployed by all business men to whom promptness i$ a consid-
e-ation.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
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REID   &   CO.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
BARGAINS THAT
COUNT!
li you're the kind of - person w< ;. .,. you are, no inducements of price wil maki ap for the iacl;
ol quality in the goods. You can't turn w page of the paper without coming face to face with low
prices    The quesiioi is;    What  kind ;,s and how new arc they?
The sustained imerc-t in our  R .,  Sale would seem rema kaibli   in  the  values  beinfe   s!v, n
wei    not  so admittedly remarkabh     lh.-  sale is as distinct fro*    most sales as our clothing :���.���
('���rent    Prices such a? tlese -real   ..- themselves:
On   Our   Bargain   Table   W<
Have STJ1 TS Ranging From :
BIG STRIKE fOllOWS
DISUSE OF LABELS
RATES:
Room $1   per  day up.
Room   and   board $2.50  per   day up.
Pttom  with  bath  $2-50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and boar. $4 p*r day.   4
All oj-.side rooms, with hot and cold
prater, steam heat, long distance telephone, 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CABLBTON GLLBERT, Mgr.
Young People,    Attention ! f
You  can  receive   in strut-, .o;
night classes at
Columbian College
In ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, 6PELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
% SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW. PENMAN-
*     SHIP.
All or any  pan of ih-   above Tuesday .t��nd  Thursday   evenings
_   from ' to 9.
j ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
.*^;:*;'-^:^*';r-*^:*^^>��"^-a''^-��-'i'-,';'''-a-.'-'*:* :.--*-;" ���:'t:*^'-��.r ;:��� .. ���    ;>��.   -������������ ;������������  ' ���������'  ����� .   ������
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
f-- to UO lor
12 to    15 far
ly to    20 lor
$b.5��a
8.95
11.95
All Our Heavy Overcoats and Craven-
ette Overcoats Reduced 25 Cents
On the Dollar
J22.00 ill. rCOifa {or
20.00 On rooats for
18.00 Oven oats for
12.00 Ovi rcoats foi
IO.D0 o\i rcoats for
$16,60
15.00
13.50
9.40
/.50
One quarter   of  all   our  Unde.rwear.  Sweaters.   MacK.nAws,   Coats.    Men's
Pants and  Furnishings of all  kinds...
I- him always bm the persistent aim of ihls More tu giv. tbe best obtainable in nifB's and boy'fi
apparel���bm in quality, nv;. and tone, nnd nl the lowest consistent prices. We are mindful of ihe
careful man whose income compels economy, bul who is Jusl as particular to have thine? right. OUT
everyday prices are made 01 the basis on quick sales and small profits.
Hat Manufacturers Will Bar
Union Labels in Future-
Workers Resent Order.
New York, Jan, 15.���Seventy-five
hat factories, employing from 20,000
to $5,000 persons, were affee^a by a
deels'inn of the Assoeiated Hat Manufacturers promulgated today to discontinue he use of the union label in
ail the factories represented In the
association. The issuance of the order
was followed by strikes In tho hatt
factories of Orange N. J., where 4000
men went out, and In Brooklyn 500
men  went out on etrike.
Following the receipt of the order,
di*-eon'in\iinB the use of lhe label, th��
national board of the Union Hatter*
of America, having aibou. 25,000
member*, today ordered all these employed tn ihe fa.-tories owned or controlled by the members if the As-
.sociated Hat Manufacturers to go on
Mrlke.
Newark. N. J., Jan. 15.���Four thousand worker* In the hut. factory in
Ornntre struck 'his movnln�� when
they were notified by their employers
thai n,. more union label? wou-d tie
permitted in tbe hats produced in
the Orange fnetorles. it is __d*f"
stood tha: the order promulgated to
day was decided upon at the reeen-ti
meeting of the Associated Hat Xlann-
faeturera. The entire bat manufacturing industry of the country may
b"  affeeted.
South Not walk, Conn., Jan. IR.���
Seven hundred employees of the Croon ��- Knapp company, makers of
hate "allied out today on tho re��
[\1 al of the firm to permit tbe usei
, of on; i.i labels In Us products,
  N
REID    &    CO.      Where Men Prefer to Deal
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MUFTI  TO   .VFXTTT
TACOMA, Jan.  H      Vttorney Chas.
ES,  Ueoi-ge,  who  has charge  of    tbe
search  foi   Mrs.  Anna Mikkel*-"?.  Nelson,   the wife  of  Andrew   P,  N<-'aion.
of Tacoma, who disappeared m New
York  City  several  months  ago      received   word   today   from  a     r-dlaWe
... tectlve  fgeney  of New   York  stating that M's.  Nelson  had been, lured
! by a hotel runner into a dl8t*put_Me
; hotel   there   and   murdereil   for    her
I money.    Yertllcaitlon of this    *h.��ory
| ol   her  disappearance has  be*m  received from several other v-w York
' sources  by   Mr.   George.     While    no
| tames ate given a mission    preaeher
of Nmv voi'K is Implicated with the
hotel riinne'.     vttorney oeorge and
Mrs. Nelson's friends ctedll  the sto-
rles.
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Delighted
Crowds
.i
Men's Suits
Regular fls.oo $-1.95
Regular $20.00 $8**5
Regular 125.00 $12.50
Men's Pants
Regular $2.75 $1.25
Regular $3.00 |1.80
Regular $4.00 $2.25
Regular $5.50 $2.55
Regular $6.00  ��2.9i>
I!, culm- $8.50 $3.25
Sweaters
It. pillar   $1.26 $0.65
Regular $1.50 $0.85
Collars
Regular 12%c ..  ..3 for 25c
Socks
ii
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WOOL���
Regular  16c 05
Regular  26c     15c
Regular v>c-    17'/_c
Visited this Great Sale yesterday.   The store was crowded from early
morning till late at night.   Exclamations of surprise wrere heard on all
sides, as one after the other the.se wonderful Bargains were
Discovered
if Remember
i* .
This stock of Grossman's has been sold by the assignee and must be
cleared out regardless of cost and without reserve, at a price
to realize
63ic on the Dollar
Men's       $
Overcoats     r
Regulai   $16.00    $7.96
Regulai   $8.60 $2.25
Regulai  $22.50 $11.45      X
Overalls
lingular 90c
Regular  $1.00
60 c
70c
Men's Shoes
Regular $2.75  . * T
Regular $2.60
Regular *4.oo
Regulai fS.:,o
..���1.50 T
..    1.90 I
.    $2.10 I
. .    $3.50 *\r
Ladies1 Shoes
OXFORDS���
$2 25
$3.25
Regular $4.00 ....
BOX CALF-
Regtilar $i5.00 ....
ROYS'   SHOKS���
Regular $2.25     $1.45
Regular >2.7.%    $1.70
HaU
HARD AND SOF^ FBLT���
Regular $2���-,0���$:i.00 now Wc
Regular 10c���   2 for 5 cent*
Fancy Border, 1Qc
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Store Open
Evenings
-H"H"M"l"H"K4'
Look for the Red Signs at Grossman's old stand, Columbia St.
The Vancouver Sales Co.
M.   J.   PCRRIN     Manager
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TIIE   DAILY   NEWS.
V-'4VoiMn-.it by  1*vP>s4'1>U News   Pub-_'-*ra   '" ���','1"-1
which it Is believed will occur.
still covered to a consid-
ih by ice, and only a ssll-;Jit
Coumaui. ..Limited,   at   their'���"'���"'  i,x tUe BlaK�� of 'be streivm    was
corner ot   Sixth   aud   Front'/"���"Ic-able-tlii-' poon
-N*. AYc-xtfuluster. B. C. ~ ���; ;	
 1 ������. i    Vtlmlral   Uojostvensky Demi  Again.
--__' A,   Paige... .r... .Managing,  Directory
fishing
jfflces,
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SATURDAY. JAN.
16_1909.
' _Ul\\N.\l*V SllNH M'AI.  IJ.UTION.
1    'Tlie  iiiaiii.'ii'.al  elfcct'iori   takfeS, "place   "'   'he heart.
Pi i, raburg,  Jan. 16,���The death |
r Vice-Admiral  Rojestvensky is  j_n-
mi   ed.    He was in commana of ;
he  Ru   llan  Heel   In   May.  lflnr..  wh.n
- ��� il   was   practlcallj      annihilated     by j
Jthe Japanese In the l.attle of the Sea
��� i "f Japan.   Tne death of Vice-Admiral
was,   due   to     iieiiraA.tria ;
NOTICE
Tlje  manual
aKt Burhaby  today, 'in  compters* WPtlt
"ether  aSiitllripalitf'eM     The taiiVlidatos
1 for ri',-r.' and comi-Mlbi- arte men  of
' "profoliy   and   fte_rly* all   i.f   them   aire 	
' favorably,  known   toV   previous' local
''���.govr-fntii'ei.T^sl'rvi'ri *    Tlv- electors'"In'     W.   beg to remind subserl-iers that]
J;-Lnriiaby- are ^A'ssVred   "r  choosing  a   l0   obtain advantage  of  dlscmnt  off]
(?ood- man  t<. *:-��� rve'  then,   in   either   P  '
-JBtyue pr, Mfri  P': &.   Walker, as both
"��� '_havc'served ; the' il'isfr'ie;   wll   in   var
* TjifS   thp:ir ilros.'
'    , J^r.   \\'alki r   tii jKt $   his   i-lalni ' for'
'   the'support'of <tin. rVetors  uiion   tin
' frlound, Ihrit'the-l-lt." eovmeil  \vafc to,
".'U'hiPUt Jn *dva|!nV  With   public  quest-'
. .ent )n "deajirtg
Tons, unia,rle noil brit-galne \Vhen  linan-
' 'ei.ll-' COi_��i_cTatIoits came before thi
council, and diii noi show d*_e ills-
patch   or order   In   the discharge ol
��� pUbMc' I'limii.e-.v v |-|.|- lh.. future hi
-- '..a.imisu .< a trestfflcation of nn -<��� ooi -
t di��ioii3, a_id.r*tdvpcates s uiin.u-r.-ite
I folicry   with   reference   to   the,    water1
��� 'iidestlnri and ti judicious improvement ;
i ofl the iroads, l  Aa  a   pa.si   municipal
���'.clerk he has :i..'thornusrh acquaintance
������'. with--the work-of the council.
."' ' : Tlia rcili'iriR reeve has had a  aplen-
��� "fittjf 'rftcont dnriiiR* tho thirteen years
-. h'e ha? been on the municipal counted
\ twice as reive.    Bfor twenty years he
has   been   a   resident   of  the- district.
The   retiring  ...um-ii   under  him   ha*
.achieved     much     dvtri.ng    the      past
. twelve months,' Ji&'vliuj built  oviy sis
y. miles   of   roads   and   constructed   a 11-
\ their inter-municipal roads.
. .  Through Mr. Bryi.e.'s own effort  an
option  has. Been  secured  upon     320
current month's accounts, t will be
necessar; to make pa>*ment if .same
��at the office of thy Conipai y on
Clarkson street before the -dose ��� of'
business on the lSlh of each month.
BRITISH COLUMBIA Ti;i;i:"UO\I-
COMPANT,   MMITI',1).
I
(NOTICE.
      .
NOTICE i.i hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
aas ibis day deposited In the Land
Registry Office in tho City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and boolt of reference of Its
\Vestminstpr-Ch!l}iwac,k Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the C'ity
of Chilliwack, pausing through the
municipalities of Sumas and Chilliwack and the town of Hunting.Ion
any the city of Ch-llwaeu. being sec-
t'ons four (I) awl five (."Si of the EaW
irpdses Seymour rallwaj as shown ou t'.ie said pian
and  approved  by  tlie Chief Commls-
the
TOYS
In   lb.    Uinilou
35c each
Your Chold
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whofe Wheats
Oat,',       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheaiicts, Etc., Etc.
ORDERS   PROMPTLY   pEUVERED.
lhe rair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE  BIG  STORE."
Wo buy for cash and sell for flic same.
HALM BROS. & CO.
Phone 335.
135 Colui
Street.
J. H. TODD^ Music House
COLUMBIA STREET
LTD.
0.   Drawer
NOTICE.
creek In conjunction \viih other niunK-
. ipaiiti-s.   jJTbla is  u  very,   valuable*
franchise, and altho_g"h  not generally'
.-.accepted  ns  the Una':  s,,In,ion  for th>'
��,���-municipalities i.between    the    Fraser
-'i*ivijr. and   Hurrtird   Inlet,  at any  rate
��� shows    the    CGUnfclt   wliirh    is.       today
��� o_king ihe suffrages in. the eh������ tors
is awake. The iaiuiii-il also has safe-.
guarded the interests uf \h<- district
iu  dealing lvltlr i ai.hi ay corporations^
. ' Fuir the future Mr. fclryne promises
10 .look after the development of
parks' and nrads. and take steps to.
secure the foi*eshorn rights of the
street ends on the N'orth Arm as has
been done in the ease of the Burrard
. inlet Street end.-. The financial stale-
mont published by tho oouneil sine.:
Mr. Bryhe assumed offlne shows that
'tjie Important feature of finance ha-
bi-oii thoroughly considered.
The   question   at    Issue   before   lhe**
electors  is clearly one  of  ilu-  parting
ways, either support  8   tried  administration    or   place    the    administration'
���.of civic matters In the hands of new
I men.
In    the    adjoining'-',! municipalities
more  than  usual   mten  :   is  taken   in
. the reeveshlp electl&n* fi the Delta
the olector-! have to appoint a sue-
i essor  to  the* late  John   A.   Piit.rson
. and H. J. Hutch, a .--on, -who fiHi.l ,������������
remaining week ��� of offi' . , has-a keen
fight with R. li Kittson In tSurrey
l.eevo Bose \v\\\ poll well even
though Opposed b> an old timer like
H.  T.  Thrift.   ���
sioner Of Lauds' ancj Works   f
Prov.nr    of .British Columbia.
Dat- .   this    -12th   day  of  .Tami:
1909.
A. F. 1'F":'
Solicitor for  Vaucoiitcr t'av.'      Pi
_a*ny, Limited.
THE      BURRARq      WESTMINISTER
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next session for an Atct ex-
tenrllng  the  time within   which    the
Company   mnj   commence and    complete the Railway the construction of
which   was  authorized   by-   the   Com-,
pany's    Act of    incorporation    being
Chapt .  68 of the Statutes of Canada t
1907, and  to authorise  ihe Compr.u.. i
to enter iutu    any    agreement    wit'n |
the Vancouver, Westminster and.  5.-
kon   Hailway   Company which is   an
thorlzed  by Section 361 of thp   '..ail-1
way Act" and ��or other pur'rtses, and
authorising   the    cons'r ���  ,on    of
branch line ftom a ; ������:'.<xi iu the main
) line  authorised   !rv  .lause(e) of  sub-
I section S of tl,    : onijiany's Ac: of In-
j Co ���;,������-!���*.:'������ ���:   ,   .-nee iu au easterly and
i n'-a .::.'���...  direction by the most feas-
I'.j'ie route through Yale, Llllooet and
.Cariboo districts to the most convcu-
��� ient point where a junction    can    be
i mad.   with  the branch   lim     or'    the
Vancouv.-:    Wc-stinin^te^   aii^*, Yukon
1 Iltt ��� ��� i.   ft-hich   rii-CS from  the    main
Iii.    ot   -aid   Railway  , astPrTy  to  Kd-
;.������:,: in
Corner Eight!} St. and    Fifth Ave.-*,    imu-.i ...  Vancouver. Ji. c. acfmb. r
PHONE 37a . _0t_, i:..,,,s.
i'l'l'KK  .v GU1FKIN*.
Solicitor's for Applh ani
PYTI-IIAIN
SKATING   RINK
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eight!-  and   Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 1-; afteruoou,
2:30 to 3; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission lhe, skates -ac. On Saturdays
10 to' 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10c. Com-'
mutation tlcl its now on sale. 'Phone,
A 433. I
MADE IN CANADA
*'Hr-H".~.--H*' j_j_j_j_j_jf____j_j;
IS
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Choice Me
ats
AT THE
Central Meat Market
���!*^v-i-,a��H-'
Goods fo Buy
-.--_.
FOR
THE
SALERATUS
rS ?HE 3EST
E. V_. GILLETT CO.. LT
Toronto, On\
JERSEY MAN EXPECTED
TO BE BORN AGAIN
New York. , au, I.'i.--A curlou
clause has b On t^-tmai. ,1 in an
cient deed jus': founa at the county
cb rk's offlcei Ii ��� late to ii tew acres
Of land in Xeiv .iei��� : . Which William
Patterson deeded n his sons In 1852
and read   as  :  Hows:
"If at any time thi grantor shall inborn on earth again, the. within des-'
Grlbed pracel of land shall revert to
him. In the event ihat he Is not born
again or that | the second coming of
Christ is delayed more than 999 years,
ihcii tho said William U. and "ts-iintiel
Patterson shall be possessed of the
property."
MINISTER  TURGEON
RESIGNS   PORTFOLIO!
Cold Weather
A Leather Coat
A Mackinaw (5a_ct
A paii- of Mackinaw
i
Pnjit<2
i <x.
O
A Tweed Cap, with a fur
lining fit the back, which can be
pulled down in cold weather.
Lined bloves   Lined Mitts
JT JT&liL__iL_��Ai _J��
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209.-211   Columbia   Street
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Phone  A3 7 7
R. MILES
Princess St.
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guebeo. Jan. 15.- Hon. Air. I'ur-
���geoii.u. inistcr of pu. lie. land.- and for>
est.- in the tiouiu government, resign-
'{���d his iiot;tj:u^o .Msteiiiiiy. M��. i'ur-
geon ic''t6''fK- 'appoiiiti'il tu Cue l.-'i-is-
latlvo council aud io i in,.- prcslr
.lent of "that body, It wa-; expected
that an attack upon Sir.''1 ai "-iVou bj
Mr. Henfi Bouras-n Would be* ope o|
the features of the coming bi -.ion ol'
the legisfatun. \Vhat cfTtfel Mr. Tuir
jjcon's resignation from the gbVuri'l
.iiicnt will hav upon ,\li
Sessional camprjjijij |
[\  air   Bourassa'i
4 ijoi  known.
for  Floods.
Ai Chinea
Milt% ������Prepare
,J, Everett, .1,-ja, 15, a, i.'iiinoai; winil
.jian melted : ;.it'i)'-i:) di*,*.lit- i��u<w bera
���and owners a.-1;''' Bjong the Bnoi
hoinisii river n b maklJaj everything
fast    and  Secure    against     expected
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, arcofirit'ns ami  _y_te_.fi-
.   Ing, C.ulnn &��� Palrley, Phono 4117,
4S   Flack block)   VaiuaiiVLr,' B, C.
w
8
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Made of Velour Calf,
Goodyear welt. A l|opt
equal to any other $5.00
line made. Sixty pairs
of them on sale this
week.
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----- HARDMAN & CO.
FOR   YOUR
HEATING   STOVES:
Good assortment, just arrived
HARDMAN
A. Hardman    A. James
TRUST   BLOCK.   FRONT
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TREET
&   CO.
J. McClughan
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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I To Our Many Patrons and friends \
���   LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:
We desiro, on this, th,.
THE STORE FOR SHOE
'     BARGAINS
J
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
IN
NewJWestminater, B. C.
B  C.
W.N. Draper S
B.   C.   Land 9{
E.,ard bSo"r:fwywe��rn,8ter( b o BBBBBBBBBBBBhBBBB^BB^SBB^BBBB^
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
-HP?* THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
thanks, tor the k-Skil, ,nm" ?! " n�����   ""'V '"'"^ '""  ^"^
r���pnn,���   .    ,,   "wr*->,,<,~1">"'t   In which  you  have extended us your
S;;,"(;"IKl,M^'r- 'he hop., thru ,i���, ,.,��� futune   you
I.H again be^a frequent visitor ^,  our large ;il;il  Zwnoilau itoi .
hearty wi  coinp alwav    . , ���i.
���ue aiw.iy, awalta you.
With   Seasonable  Greetings,
C. CHAMBER LIN  The __ffli___;
COLUMBIA   STR.-ET,      "    **""** ^
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NEW WESTMINSTER
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New Year Goods
dust opened dp d,
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to suit f'Very pocket.
Good, Suitable for Pr
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Si
i-.K-i-i tti- pri .s
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ow wiudow ill-play tor'ai tew of
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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PAGE FIX?
a^^iiiiaaH_aH__)f-H_i
I The Cash Stores
City News
Absolute Clearance of
Women's Ready-to-Wear
$18,000 of High-Class Seasonable Merchandise
To Be Sacrificed
overstocked is .the cry iu the   fcaoy^o-w. a:   .-t.arri-hnn      s!DiffAWng,^_Vrj_*___*3_st-l
.���v. cal.-d the tact that we hav,. twice as ta ich stock In this department as this  sea on of the year
.:.:-.   Wa are determined I i f luce 05Ts .   and if re*duce_ price, will do it, then    ir   a___8_ are
ijngly good.   We. want every woman In v ���   W -tmineter and vicinity to jrtsil  tl during the
'v    v.'.' pnuiiU:.- mlues on s-ison-i'..!,    loo i       ffl-S! EMHER. we are determined to      luce'thi-    lock, arid
, n  we maite dp mn- mind _bou* doing it. v.. ��� d -... .-pare un, effort or ^.ooaf vC'u> ��*.coo.pllsh
��� ad.
���   UNEEDA   W^
'    i, ; E ~V!.:e OR DINNEP. SET.���Come in and look over these
_fting  or  the Surr. i    J
,    u uke   i la te   ��� .   .
BIG SPECIALS!
BIG SPECIALS!
i
Satu
Knoi
C     ���
a "hit'
I    .. ��� .    .   :        i      Ton a
��� i���.-  u*7   ��� . aox   or  "B.
try one.   it will make  _
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4
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4
4
B.  C, i
i'gars  ot    i x,
.���.,e.'   made   b;    tb<
a.toiy -*
40-Plccf  Egg Sheil China  Tea Server Staffordshire    B_glMit]
manufacture;  gold lined and rimmed and boau'iiful!>  _ecbf*&
:, >  ���  ���'      - $3.90
Here's Another Cracker-jack���
������    English  Porcelain Dinner Serv   ���        iautifully    decorated,
worth $20 00;   for    W��-_
About 30 Teapots; worth 50c each; ro be cleared out for 25c. each.
Sweeping Clearance in Children's Coats
>t
 p3.C0  AND S3.50 VALUES FOR 51.75.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
This line, most of which hs of Gftrnan Importi n tweed, vi-h.      ��� ������',-   meltons,  etc     Varl
,:, i quit,- a'variety of design.-     Valne) (Id t   *-:"". tor ,  -      !J*1*75
'   $5.00   and S6.C0   VALUES   FOR   $2.75.
mis ii ii.   comes in all sizes from Z to H years.    It comprises the balanc* of our Gii Misses' coats
j- ci0th, beai clotti', melton, tweeds, etc. jQuiW-a galaxy jjf styles��aii_ _an_  u-i, ^u'atienfe.   Jtegular
15:60 and J*.*06 value-     Sale  price
1 hi ,,,;. |]   in  the   semi- |
C. cup between West-
111 '���- tk,   Nat. .:,,;s at  BrO-k- '
j Point Vaji ouver, nxecl for today ,
' ot ���.-    ., nt of'the]
[' condition  ol   the ground.
All de_let- Handle "B. O " ana '"Old
| -port      . ... -       The    old    relifl
[ brands. ��* ,
Elect! a     .���;��� i he council and Sl
.    ,    ., .        c.     .   ...
'���        ���                     ... poll-j
..,..' .      .it,.
,     -
Via n.'.ol   .
I  : t iqui       , bj     . I ������   Ring up   Tidy,
' I the Floi -:, 184
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
T    LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  t.
I Opposite Lome StreeL     Phone 73.
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To the General Public:
yuitw & galaxy-pf styles.,.and  many  uev,   ..i   '.. :.*.    K-
 "...   .    .......' I   $2-75
Sweeping Reduction in Women's Moreen Underskirts
$2.00 AND   $2.50   FOR   $1.00.
all colors and nil Bises p| silk finished, moreen an*- nvt-tt"   ���!  knee rlonnc.
Regulan pries $2.uo ami $2.!r.o.   January sale price i-. .���,-��.-.-...
with  dust  proof  frill.
    .   $1.00
Sweeping clearance in Crompton Hygienic CorsetWaists
75c VALUES   FOR 2Sc.
Crompton Hygienic'Corset Waists, various sizes.    Regular' pric.
,
-
.'uuir.
..,25c
In white and drab only.
-ale price '���  	
Sweeping clearance in Children's Lambskin Ruffs
rorty-fivu inches long in  whit:
All our ch . Ir.ai's white  lamb rait
50c   RUFFS   FOR   15c.
lamb,  thai  -'���'.! reg-larly 41 uflc.   .ar.uary sale price
25c  RUFFS FOR  10c.
soil   regularly  at  -3c.      la   n.      '���    rfce.
15c
10c
''l
local a
��� Ul__be  in
charge ���     ih.   cii. .... d.-partraWt
of  Mflp-'.y.incoiu, r  off..       a   f :ai",r
For fl'.--' -class eu: li. ,\   :>and
. nd    of    Ktor.il      wura,       ;i_*|v..at.
DavTi    .... i   b  ,   . i... s >:'
S  . .til  si       .      .'���       ',.    ��� .inducted
in   the   Sapperb i burch
from  S ii    .' oi.   ' '.   ,im.i   'lie  end
ol   thi        ��������� li     iv   ','. aula'   eveain',
Pi ofi ssor   ll- ;��� ��� .   will   preach.
Ganibri's for Rtiyal Ctty Mixture. **|
It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
SEE business for 1909.    An open
PACE price list appears in this paper
2 to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
I Public Supply Stores GEOprAnDnAiV,s
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
Fhone  92.
���������������>������������������������������������������������������->       �������������������������������������������������������������������*-������
Everything   you   need  tor  the   Family
Dinner at
Monster Waist Values
SWEEPING  CLEARANCE   IN   WOMEN'S LUSTRE  AND CASHMERE   WAISTS
52.C0  and  $2.50 VALUES   FOR $1.25.
Practically  our oamplete  Block of lustre aud cashmere waists in black   and  cream   onl>.    All   sues   and
a charming variety of designs in plain, fancy and omhroideTed. all wool, cashmere and lustre.   Regular
pric-.-   are |.:_0   end  |_i_.:    January sale price   $1.25
Sweeping clearance of Women's Silk Waists
$5.00 AND $5.00  SILK WAISTS  FOR $3.25.
ml Frene1.  1'affe*"' s iks-*'  ctitn and fancy ;a. l.ed, with new Dlrecfoire si..   ,��� . .   : ir** Vlack. crenittij
.  card'-      .ud       '.vn.    \        - nji to Jtl.oo.   January sale prici) .���... $3--5
Tne- city of BtSlltfighath, urged by
11 . a:.' tiss il la "a.- - niaklnir an
,,nial    ,'tloi'.   to   t'Slablisb      a     publi.
irkel   for  t'.c Egrmei -.    Tempo
premises   In   Hock  street   have   been...    ._���
,    ii   and   Uie . \i,'ainiciit. will   be   Also���,
ii*. .'n aii carl\  trial,
^^^* '������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������fe.itter.     ^^^^^^^^^^^
fcortniefitr'oT SeasonabW tloods
Westminster
Transfer Co,
The Moody Park Store L
Tlce 'Phone  18b.       Muni  'Phone 137
Columbia Street
���The proinp,*, .. tt^emeul made by
some fine in*uraneo aopipanies Is indicated by thi fact that White, Shiles
�� <\\ have ilreidy received Ifett-rs
��� ' HrJWledglnl t 11 Pp\ tit di ��� iu la ��_.
i.i.ym.'iit ol losses sustained in lawt-j
| week's Ares This company repre-J
|| seats the Hartford. Connecticut. PhoV-'
un fLOO. and a. full as-
BaggAge   deltrered   pfompttj
any part of tae city.
to
W.  H.  SMITH,  Proprietor j
Corner Sixth   Av<   and   Tenth   St.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Bank of Montreal
nix and Ni
ales.
a insuran
In .farf i
lav:
Sweeping clearance of Women's Net Waists
��9.00 AND $'2.00 WAISTS FOR $4.50,
In white and cream net, made on      Uk foundation of chiffon taffeta and Jap glace  silk.    Net  i   Bruges
and Point de Esprit, with beautil il   Irish Gvlpur.   lace trimming    Some have self colored silk foun-
datlons, .ti,       with Bilk to match i  ���   net,   $9.00 to J12.00 values for  $4.60
Sweeping clearance in Women's Embroidered Hose
A  sH_U| audience   wilne
da j    ev.nia . ^' jirrtiirninii
l_l��_1 f 11 ill;      ad    tl ���    l'o>\ ''
Op'' ia  hoc- ���    iho      ai ;
J
E8TARLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.   ...
���tlMC-O.Ooaon
111,000,000.00
j
nches tin.mghout Canada aud Is'ew fo>iii(ilin,l,  and   In   I^>n4-h,   Liigla
New   \ork,   Chicago and  SpoKamj, I'.3.A., an.  Meilco <-lt.T.     A  r.e
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B    eral ISaukUig  Uusbess TrtosaetVA.
(irovins a'_..o,i iliirtu^ rn'iii iu wvtat.i    etter. of Credit ig8ue,i, avallsMe wi tt. correeptindenti- In *#"Varts of
Twi ii.. dozen pair Bilk
sal.,  price  	
���mbroid.
60c   VALUES   FOR   35c.
wool ,���.!-������.   r�� ;      , sizes ft, 9, l-
i
inyi io, in bl   ���'. onl
���r,i ���
Junuarv
  35c
T. H. Smith's Big January Sale
;_>___a__u_a____i ___���.__.
iway Act of Canada, to entm- Into
agreements Wltii the TiUfrard Westminster llounduj y Railway and Navigation Company for any of the purposes specified^ In said section 361.
Dated ai Vancouver this   24th   day
,��� ,       ___ ____________   .,f ii.-cniber, ions.
fapany to the ParUament of   Can.jMARTIN CRAI0 B0URN1   & 11AY
146 Granville street, Vancouver.
P.. C.
Solicitors for the Vuncouver   Westminster and Yukon Railway Co.
INOTICC-
KOTICB is hereby given that ap-
Ication will be made by tbe Vancou-
ir  Westminster  and  Yukon Railway
at its inxt Session for tin Act to
lend the time for commencing tin-
ii minion of tbe brand, lines au-
f ���'��� : by Chapter 176 of the Btat-
ot Canada, 8 (3dwar*J VH, ] teing
allows;
||a) From a point on the main line.
��� 'a An.i.rson lalie an<l QjfiQ fW
pnlng along or near Ldiiooet  Ijake, t
 t River and Harrison I^alo-, and
Ifctav southeasterly to a point on the
national boundary lino, at or Jit-ar
���own of Huntingdon, In the  _��S_^
"f Hfi,tth  Colun^Ja. "; I
I'tom ��'point 00 \e nminyilJl
ti  I.ilk-pet and ���ftii.snel, runntng
'' �����' 'erly direjftlon   t^rouglti   'lie,,
��� I'uc ui..1 Lake to a point at or
Tete Jaune  Cache;
1 Prom a point on tlie main iinft ;
pen the Cottonwood and  Willow
-, running south-easterly to   Da-"- i
,__.��������� ���_ - "4
' Prom a point on the main line
'oish.-jColunibla oiv-Willow river. |
'���' .'i.t.'i",>   t., theaKrti-r  river j
alotiK the'ivasejrjriver to Tete;
I-'1'      ''ti<!ll,.,tb,irire  th-jmigh  th"  Y.l
ii"a>l. Pa-s, tli?totti! by 'li"   l*0*'
���'tii'iit  route tO Kdmontoil;      *���,,
nti] the 18t_ day of July, 1912, and
extend the time for finishing *|d
I1 !'-.' the i-ahi bi-iinCvUV/.';1 0,'��''
1 n until the 13th day of July. 1914,
n' authorizing the Vancouver,
''��� ��tmli���tAP iMtdvV*il<oo Railway.Com-
' ��� subject to tire provisions of I
' i'lis 361, af.2 and "fi3 of the Hall-;
HENRY'S
(Nurseries
Office, Greenhouses   and   Sced-
.     ,.   houses,
3010/Westmir.Bter  Road.
���^IVNCOUVEte,   B.  C.
br^'ch Nursery JJotfUi 'VjSrn^"
coin or.' .. ,:-     '^    \
Acclimatized Tested  Stock.
SEEDS for the spring trade
from the best, growers In England, Prance, Holland, United
States and  eastern Canada   as
'TvTirtrrrW'Tr-rv'TitrarT'fih' wnst
cenfully grown lu D. C.
l-'.xtra . noice f~t-a(. fittl! 'r,'"s
and biu.all fruit . -irlit|y hom<*
grotMi antt^.ui  own
from  I earing stork.
ni ������
tion
I      fiiuainen ll    au.-:"
ult;
W   leading
planting
All the best make "f
varieties
in  It. C.
sprat pumps,     ,
,    Weriili/. ������   -  I'."-'     S-Pi'l'^'
Spraying tilaterlal-, Cut
ers, etc.
Oatslorjii^fe--:
M. J. HENRY
Flo'v-
win ron want m (IND or,
REPAIRING DONE
Such as (Hins. Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any l'-*nt automaiMc machinery r��-
0
,,ailed,   |.'0   t(
���
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.      ".Yian on ilia Wheel.'
FOR SALE CHE/P.
Large" steam whistle.
Pour horse power engine.
���,0ne strjiw cutter.
' One wp for express wagon.
Also a good as-sortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck BTttpK,  rffar Tr^'-Olfffff.
Phone 57S
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
minster.   T i.   aci lug of ; lu   prim t ib
wa ��� fair,   consid ��� Ing  thai   the}   v*
facing an almost  Mnjitj   house
Try    __1_    Viiul.an'iig    Pniilfry   iiwii.
It's the best.    II     the s lull all [leople
ke< ping poultr-    liould use.    Ai your
grocern nnd nl a.cat-i: **
-, :_inler the palroaa".' ot jfi' JpltiuS
fr. A. I'l-tehc I-' .1. l.yftrli, -H U.
Ildmonil-i aiii tiowau MiicCiownn, the
members of tin Atlanta Hockey club
win Hold a dance In St, George's hall
on Friday evening next The comit-
le,. ill .t'iinigc oi all nrrangemi ni -
consists'.! of Missi Sophy Bllodeail,
lb Ua   Ixjr.l,   Cora   K'tu,.   Julia  liilTord.
'S'ellie S3j11.--.-io:   at: I   M.    -1   Fletcher.
; I
'���;��� loeu council rif iho-Cs'inidian
Order Of Chosen Friends Intend holding au nunlversnry cntartalnmenl on
Thursday of nexl week, in the Odd
i'. tjus' hull, ivheugthe gathe*|ng will
al l| ���     t .tin   "I    '    l.asJtn rj  so, ial
l'\   , v lad;,   iu. alb, r i-  ill', it..I lo bring
. usket,   U hull    will   be auctioned
_r��_g  itie -vcnlng:    4s oj iter sup-
, ki.i.i. ii tij iii,  council, will   be
ijne oi  the fon 1 up a of the ontertalU'
nil in.    \    !������ 1 i il Invitation Is pxtSni)
..,1 tu ie iv nn mbi 1    10 be present, a id I
h     1, "|iie 1      i-   ul u   ina.le     Hint   all
(n       .i 1 -      a. tell        RMOlirpAVrled*- - bj
1 ��� ���: ii . 1 ho   01 '.'i noi  being conflr
to   1   e'lll.. :���     1. ���     I
riftivi.sr, wh.t.iimi:
i'Mooi in vwdou
TJaj    nil
World.
Sivlngs Bank  Department.     Deposits received In sums of t\ bi.i. up--��
and Interest allowed at 3 per Cent   per annum (pr, sent rate)
Total Asie.s over 1168,000,000.00.
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Don't Have a Ledger
Like That
Ue the  East halt of the southwest
qjfttter. of Section lil. Township 10, ib
the Dl-rtict of New Westminster.
- iT_ff_TTf-_t^Jt tn-g'lr���s-erf-*Crrtlr>'|iT
qate   of Title   No. 638GF, Issued In the
mini.��� ojUJohana II. Strand, has been
���:lud in' flii otficca
No'icaj.Js  lirrehy iiven, that  I  ri
at ''���".' Sjajilration oi one' mont_
�������� da!- tof tW tlfk  pitl^WStMi' ll
VAj^CoUVERj     1    '   >���"'   -jFLIan
Tfig  Kuei,     a     proi   ment.     ('bines
educationist, at  pri  ent    visiting  11 a
city, was banquetted   by the Chinese
Kefonn.   ,a,ss.ciatidji.      The   feast   was
apt cart. In   Oriental   iii.ianiflcanct",. 20 ,
courses  being    served,    including ono I
of shark's flns        _    L���i_l \iM <\\Q9.\
lieeii enlertaiic'il \>:   the local Chinese!
ii   jour   bii.-liii'iM   Is  iiiuiii   liHiin_   11   1-   mirth   iiroteetlng
ll    il    wyo'i    pin    faf    lire   Iiimii imii    ll    i-   ImIIi-i     In   li('  nil   of   It.
_____________!
ViiiTF'lIomo  -Im ilil   nli.t be
���, ���   . 1, .1,  mill   ���   oi
In, nil. nil   lo   ll.
merchants.
I.lang Chlng Kuel litis complet
rrangoments for   the    establish
_______________^__^__^__, ,.���.nese   schooTT onowlll   eBtablltlh'
f, in a dally newspaper published -"i similar  Institutions In    Chicago    and
ihe City of New Westminster, Issue a
HupM-ata of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
11  mndo  to me In writing.
: C.  S. KEinL^-
I     Land Registry Ofnce, New Westmin.
I ater, B. C, Dec. 28th, 1908.
1  uiii  place  0  ''or you ui   the  lo.vcst   possible  rate,
iii.ia others
The DXMrf   Is  smaller and  (hern  i* no reusou  lo (tela
>u have not the ci-t, 1 will loan it to yon.
^RED W. MctEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
,Ci-i-i-i-_aicai-ifl_OiP--<
HOIGE
New York.        He says that  the Chinese government   Is now   .adopting   a
progreglve      policy.,   i""1   wlslies.5   t,
have       Its     people       who       hare
gone abroad educated In tbelr native
UuitWJf'*, �����> ^ ' 'Ju'J^lwi  ti
rif the  coiindles thev i��*n-.j��J      '��� "I-   I
lowing along this""   �� Chlnese-Hng-
lish  school   Is   soon  t"   be   opened   in
M10 City of Victoria.
>����h Pork Sau��ages Dally    M
Best of Farmer's Pork   (\
Pacific Meat,
Phone 192
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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ELECTION RETURNS
IN OUTSIDE CENTRES
List    of    Successful     Candidates    for
Civic Offices--Several  Important
Reverses.
The result of the civic elections in
a number of cities and towns, held on
Thursday  are  aa follows:
North Vancouver.
NORTH VANCOUVER, Jan. 15.���
Mr. W. H. May defeated Mayor Kea- j
ly by 200 votes In the mayoralty contest here today. Mr. May has been
connected with the municipal administration of the place for 15 years. He
polled a total vote of 3S9. The bylaw to borrow 16000 to lend to the
North Vancouver Horticultural and
farmers- Institute was defeated. The
by-laws to borrow $22,000 to pay on
the statutory loan debt and to raise
$8700 for additional Bchol sites were
carried. The following alderman
were elected: William MoNeish,
S. D. Schultz, G. W. McRae.
TV. II. Braim, H. W. Young and W.
J. Dick. The result was a Waterloo
for the old council, for Aid. Braim
was the only member re-elected. The
total vote cast was 5SO.
The   following   are   the
other cities:
Victoria.
Dr. Lewis Hall was
mayor hy 4Ssl majority
Morley, who was defeated last year
hy a small majority. The aldermen
elected were: Ward one, W. Mable,
II. M. Ross; ward two. H. P. Bishop,
R. Hum her; ward three, Alex. Stewart, W. Fullenton; ward four, H. Mc-
Keown, P. Raymond; ward five, Jno.
A. Turner, A. Henderson. The Sunday closing referendum carried, but
the proposal to vote a grant to the
Tourist association was lost.
Nanaimo.
Mayor, Thomas oHdgeon, 150 majority. Aldermen���North ward, A.
E. Planta, A. Forester and J. Shaw;
middle ward, F.Bushy, R.Booth, H.
Shepherd; south ward. George Caval-
sky, H. McRae and J. W. Graham:
School trustees: Planta, Shaw and
Quennell,
Greenwood.
Mayor   Bunting.   Aldermen:   North
ward,     Buckless,     Meyers,     Wilson;
south  ward,   Dixon, Gulley.  Johnson.
Kaslo.
Aldermen:   D.   P.     Kane,    1'.     EC.
results   In
re-elected
over A. J.
W.   V.   Papworth.     J.     W.
E.     H.     Latham,    J.     W.
Mayor  elected  by acclama-
Walsh.
Power,
Cockle
tion.
Nelson.
Mayor. Selous, 27 majority. Aldermen (all suporters of Mr. flei-
Ous'l policy) East ward, G. W.
Hale, Qua. B. Matthews, Ed. Kerr;
west ward Captain D. C. MoMor-
rls, J. I". Kllby and George Stead.
Rossland.
Mayor.  John Martin,  110 majority.
Aldermen,   I.   D.      James,     H.     R.
Jones, R. A. Tees and James Twaddle, all re-elected; Thomas Bestwlck,
of Citizen's Reform party, of which
John Martin was head; for sixth
councilman, J. W. Gregory and J.
S. Ross, also of Reform party, tied
in east ward, each receiving 150
votee; thus the contest between
MacDonald's friends and those of
John Martin Is a drawn battle
hanilonjis.
Mayor Robinson, re-elected by acclamation . Aldermen, Noble, Bayn-
ton, Hargroaves, Brown, Taylor and
Miller
Cranhrook
Mayor Fink, (aoc) Aldermen.:
Baker, Hnut, Ryan, Jackson, Johnson and Henderson
Fernie,
Herchmer elected mayor. 65 majority.
Phoenix.
George W. Rumberger. elected
mayor, 35  majority.
ltevelstoke.
REVEUSTOKE, Jan. 16.��� The
civic elections were fought yesterday
on the straight issue whether Rev-
elstoke should remain an open town
as hitherto or that gambling and
slot machines should be suppressed
and the licensing law observed. An
exceptionally heavy vote was polled
and Mayor landmark, who stood
for the reform movement, was
elected by a majority of one hundred and twenty-one over John Mac-
lcod, who was brought out by liquor
initere-ts. Landmark's election was
emphasized by the fact that the aldermen supporting him headed the
polls in all the wards. The following aldermen were elected: No. 1..
E. Kimberley and A. Pradolini; No.
2., C. R. Macdonald and R. H. Sawyer; No. 3, F. B. Wells and J. A
Stone.     School   trustees  R.   Howson;
E. Edwards and H. Manning.
Vernon.
VERNON.   B.   C,   Jan.      15.���City-
election results:   For  mayor���R.    W.
Tlmmlns,  244;  H. W.  Knight,   132;  8
ballots   spoiled. Aldermen���M.   V.
Allan,   238;   C.   F.   Costerton   269;   J.
F. Glover, 183; H. W. Husband. 214:
H. A. Perry, 216; J. Sheers. 178; R.
Swift, 194; G. Woods, 89. Nine ballots spoiled. School trustees���John
Hyman, 233; T. G. Wanless. 146;
twelve   ballots   spoiled.
Kelovrna.
KELOWNA, B. C, Jan. 15.���Election results are: Mayor���F. R. E.
DeHart, 120; F. Buekland, 99; majority of 21 for DeHart. Aldermen���
A. Cot, Dr. Geddes, (accl.); T. W.
Stirling, 139; A. E. Burnett, 123; S.
T. Elliot, 3i; (elected). C. Blackwood, 73; A. MrLennon, 40; Chas.
Regenery, 28; (defeated).
Kamloops.
KAMLOOPS. B. C, Jan. 16.���Following are council for 1909: Mayor���
J. T. Robinson (accl.); Aldermen���
A. Noble; R. Baynton; J. L. Brown;
W. Hargreaves; A. C. Taylor; H. M.
Miller.
Cumberland
D. R. McDonald was elected mayor over R. S. Robertson, by a small
majority.
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PRINTING
���THAT'8 OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with X
us means a satisfied cua- 4*
tomer.
OUTWORK 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    4.
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LOT' 7j_KocV 36
an the corner of r.oyal avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid wj_--house 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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Gold Watches for Ladies ft
up-
Silver   Watches,  g.-n
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gem-
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and
watchee. W
Watch repairing a specialty
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Co. Adams, Q
Tenders Wanted
Telephone 54. P. o. Box 6435
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnnest   Streets.
m
CANADIAN  m&*
PACIFIC   1���*
The Strongest
Made
111 JL-- rJ__O^C��T_ BEND KA1NvjL
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY
RANGE.
HARDMAN   &   CO.     \
A. Hardmsn. A   James. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.    4��
.he n,
Tenders will he received by
doralgned until 12 o'clock noon   ,
January, 1909, for:
The supply of nine hundred (*u,
Cedar Poles to be deliTered at po|,.,
to be designated in the vicinity u
Langley Prairie and Port I~_giey ''
Also separate tenders for the a
ping of holes and erccfing 6e_j- Jfcl
*onu
Specifications may be h���j
ents of this Company.
Lowest or any tender nst -ecetsg,:, j
Accepted.
BRITISH COLUMBIA    TELEPROffl
COMPANY, LTD
Vancouver, B. C
>���������������������-
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 a-m;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train  for Agassis at 5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservation* apply
���D. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Aset. Oenl. Pass. Agt  ^.frncmyw.
NEW.WELLINGTON
COAL
PtrWmfAMA SMITHY GOAL
BANFF AUHRACITE COAL
Mayers & Preston
Office, front St., Poet of Smth.
P. O. Boa 845. Phone 106.
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P. O. Boi 474        Tel. 53.        Res. 429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
1% to 25 h. p., 2 and 4 cycle. Best
value on the market. Engines kept In
stock at
..\rVestm_nster..
Iron  Works
JOHN  ROD, Proprietor.
Teeth Street,   ���   Set Westminster
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT, \A
WARNING TO PURCHASERS,   j
Every assignment of the tight olj
South  African Volute, r entitled A
land grant must    be by  ----- of uP
polntment of a substitute and miutt
in the form provided by the Ait
Special attention is i illed to Bun
section i of Section ."i of tbe VjUrtJ
Bounty Act, 1808, which provldejIU
no assignment of tho n&_: ol .-n.1
unteer by tie appointment of _ ���*>]
stltute hall be accepted or rt-coej-j
by the Department of the lit*
which is not executed an. dated .to |
the date of the warrant for tha lul
grant Issued by the Minister o! Mtlftl
,.nd Defence In favor of thi vc',���!(��|
J. W. QREENWAV,
Commissioner of Dc._i-.ot'
Land", 0l!-tt
DON'T KNOW
Unless You Have Already Tasted It,
How  Delightful
Government Inspected BEEF
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
MUTTON, PORK and VEAL
Killed, Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanitary supervision only.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
_*,* THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOB -EVEN.
EARTHQUAKE IN WESTMINSTER!
ALSO
CYCLONE
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Prices erased, scattered and blown to pieces, but goods left undamaged.    Come prepared for bargains ; one
dollar does the work of two.    Having purchased this entire stock of Groceries, China and Glassware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing and Dry Goods at a very low rate on the dollar, also having added
other lines bought at less than fifty cents on the dollar, we purpose clearing out the
entire stock at unheard of prices.   Read and be informed; come and
be convinced.
Sale Is Now In Full Swing
GROCERIES
11    ig       ��� ���     quality, per do/.	
 20c   and   25c
a   16 lbs, tor 25c
roi they tti-1   . ��� r tin.10c
Pii .- 26c, now   - for.., -25c
Pick! ��� lie's, 2 for  25c
iIhoici      ���       Figs, ti  pkgs.  for. . -25c
Table  Fig-    sllghtl) sugared,  regular 20 lb., now 10 lbs, for...50c
Stirling   blend Coffee,   regulai   30c,
now  20c
Big  i      ���! .   Coffee, regular 30c, 2
tor   .    45c
Ceylon Tea, regular 35c, now l tor.|1
Great Cup Tea,  l  lb. and  1-2 i-b���
regular 50c   for  35c
Blue Ribon Tea, while it lasts.    .30c
retley'a  10c Tea, while it lasts 30c
Tetley'a 70c Tea while It lasts. ...50c
Self-raising Buckwheat, per pkg..25c
t-'roam of Wheat, per pkg 20c
Bhredded   YVh.-at  Biscuit.,   2   pkg-.
tor   25c
Oerman Breakfast Food, regular 30c,
now     20c
3-lb, package Starch tor   25;
Empire Cream Sodas,  per pkg....20c
Ix>ck Brand Sodas, per pkg 20c
Worcester Sauce, 3 for  25c
llottled Vinegar, 2 for  25c
Washing Ammonia, per 'bottle 20c
White's Vinegar, regular 25c for. -20c
GROCERIES
Cocoanut, per 1-2 lb. pkg 15c
Canned Plum?, 2 cans for 25c
Herring in Tomato Sauce 10c
Herring in Anchovie Sauce 10c
Choice K>'i Satmon .10c
Hall   pound  cans  Choice  Red  Salmon, (i for  25c
White Siar Baking Powder, 2 for   25c
PTlce's Baking Powder, 12 oz 35c
Price's  Baking Powder.  G oz 20c
Perfect Baking Powder. 16 oz 25c
Sa; olio, :l for  ^5e
Golden  West and White  Swan,
per package       20c
Soap Powder, per package 20c
Bottled Catsup,  25c for 20c
Jam. 5-lb, pail   *0c
Jam, Mb. bottles, reg. 25c. tor.  ...15c
Spices, packages, i'> for  25c
Syrup, pure maple, BOc, for 40c
Syrup, pure maple, 90c, for 75c
��� an ned Milk, p.-r tin   10c
Co ihe_ Cream, per tin  1^c
Canned Cream, large, 2 for.  ....-25c
Pi ��� Is, all kinds, 2 lbs. for 25c
Barley,  Rice,  Sago, Tapioca, going
it, per U. 5c
"id Dutch Cleaner fur  25��
Hams and  Bacon,  per lb,     17c
Hanis, picnic, per lb  ���*���-
Silverware
Half price
Jewelry
50 per ct. off
Glassware
Half price
Crockery
Half price
500  Remnant
Bargains
BEDSPREADS.   BLANKETS     *NO
PILLOWS at prices to make tham go.
PURITY   FLOUR  to  clear   at  1173
per sack.
SUGAR |1.10 for 20 lbs.
COAL OU. to clear at $1.45 p��V tin,
SHORTS, 90-lb. sack, $1.25.
Boots and
���   Shoes
Children's Shoes, reg. $1.0u. lor...85c
Children's Shoes,  reg. $1.40, for...95c
Children's Shoes, reg. $1.60, tor..$1.10
Children's Shoes, reg, $1.50. lot. .$1.00
Children's Shoes, reg. $1.75. for..$1.25
( nlldren's Shoes, reg. $2.00, for..$1.39
Children's Shoes, reg. $2.25. for. .$1.49
Children's Shoes, reg; $2.25, for..$i.60
Ladies'  Shoes, reg.  $2.75 and $3.00,
for       $1-95
Ladies'  Patent   Shoes,   reg.  $4.25,
now      $290
Ladles'  Dongola  Bals,  reg   $8.00,
now    ���    $1.75
BOYS' SHOES
Reg.  $2.00, now    $1.49
MEN'S   SHOES.
Reg. $2.75.  now   .12.00
Reg. $:!.50,  now   $2.45
Reg.  $5.50. now    $3.95
Also number of other lines at -tan-
ling prices.
Clothing and
Underwear
Shirt- and Drawers. GOc line, now.35c
Penman's  Fine  Wool.   reg.  $1.50,
now
$1.00
All-Wool   Striped,   reg.   $2.50 per
sui*.      $1.75
Men's Top Shirts from 25c up
Men'- Sweaters, reg. $2.25, now..$1.25
Men's Sweaters, reg. $1.25. now...90c
Men's Pant- from  $1.00 up
Ladles' Natural   Wool  Vests,  reg.
$1.25.  now       95c
Ladles' Night   Dresses, reg. $1.25
and $1.5".  now 75c and $1.00
Towels, reg,   l ic each   now.
Tow, I-. r ,. :; ic each, ::��� w.
Tow.-!-,   :������ :.   25c   each,   Uo.v.
25c
.20c
.15c
Men's Cap-,  r ,-. C5c and  75c, to
clear at   35c
Men's Glove*,  reg   $1.00 an 1 $1.25,
for  75c
..1 'ii'.-. ii'..'. ���"-.   reg,  75c,   fer 50c
Men's Cot   n Glovi i, 3 ] all  [or,, -25c
Boys' i'i ��������� ������ l i'h.I   ,\. ar, to . lear at,
each     35c
Men's Ties an I Handkerc! I. 's, linen
iin.l Silk, at  bargain price-.
Many other lines too numerous to mention.
Give us a call.   Everybody welcome.
,-_��--_, 4_____i_t'-ti-ir-Wirr-ii
Come one, come all, to the Cyclone
255   FRONT   STREET
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Proprietor
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Give US Your
Grocery
Orders
aftd you will get the very I-
r
ajOd.s ut the very lowes*
e��t
prices.
PIGS,   per  box |
DATES, 3, 1bs   for    25c   ���
I     NO.    1   HUNGARIAN   FLOUR,
I        per   sack     -1.65
1
3  lbs.   First-class   Creamery
BUTTER       $1.00
We are still selling -elect-.1
eggs. 3 dozen for $1.00, but for
a short time only, as the price
has advanc'-d to 40c wholesale, ���
Goodiilocal Po*at��< s we have j^j
be-n   compelled  to   adynice   *n
-1.00 per sack.
-t_eouT
SCISSORS
When you set tbe name of the
MAKER an! the nam. of the
FIRM selling them stamped on
each pair, you can rely on *_em
as being a FIRST-CLASS article; if you fl<*-ire such an article, call on us and buy a pair
of CLAUSS sciss_rs":
C.A.WELSH
3
Anderson fe?
Lusby
#i MARKET1
,:   REPORT
���,;���',;-���:.-��>���.,���::-���  ������������*.:���*.;���,���:���,,��;>��
TJie mark-   y,   t,-rday did not show I
' im].T...ven-eni on last week, owing
probably to the cold weather, and U.e
ha 1 Londlli in of the road.-. The supply in all lines was short of the l��-
mantl, and _ fair business was done
in the rings. The Fraser Valley Purser ��: are erecting a large tncli.be.1
stall   for  d.-pi.lying the  pr<Shict_    ot
.'tle-.i'   nip-eries   .listdc   the   '.building.
Tne supply of beef was fair In good
j condition, ai.>l found a ready sole.
Veal. Mult,,n and lamb were geneial-
U/ short of demand and  prices ruled
I as   at  the   previous    market.     Hogg
' BBBre In In -fair quantities, and the
cold weather inc: eased the demand
beyond supply, all selling easily at
.bout <ight and inree-quarter to nine
1 cents  a   pound.
Poultry was t'hort of the requirements, fowls a ,d -nlckens being not
so  plentiful   as  on   ordinary  -^jarkets.
anil. Iho   sitp'i!> .fourtfl   many -Suyer--.
; JOggs held at la tw ��� '4_'s f.t'Ui'-fc 45 r_-
I tail; .with   prospect   of  falling
Very rev-apple* come in, ar.tt row
,ind V. b'ct'HH-f wete shut,  due in  tin-
' r'urmer case *o.'.he.-_vtnei   possiuii- |
ities  of fropl   again   or Ui'in?.
The -potat'.e prospec*..- will loosen
up and supplies will arrive when tbe
I Weather is settled but producer- ar.
as yet afraid  to open  their pits and
-it   will   be   come   time  yet   before   it ,
4s  known   to   what   extent   -.hey  bavr
heen   toucBed   by  frost.
\
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
AFFINITY   BROKER
MAY    GET    NEW    TRIAL
the    ted-*-;.!     di      .  '
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
o' the  best quai,ty.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New  yVesT.tr. nster.
P.iicago, Jan. 15.- G a
broker, i ivicted In
n    the
Doors. Windows, Turn- ��� ������ s�� ?f her matrimonial ,
i   t->      ���) ��� I., probably will bai
ing,  and Bandsawmg.     ���, freedom<
Tie Dniti :  Si ������ uii  court of
,I. ; ��� ���     Vhen   I        C v,a
'
.'.:., ng   ol
.   fen - iu  ' .-
We make a sp(
j steamed and kiln
laity of    fir     lo
i.-ied.
W. E. Walsh
Factory:   End
Phone 413.
W. E. Walsh, jr.
cf Third Avenue.
New  Westminster.
tr        ADVERl ISK       "��
��� IN  ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
fo  INCREASE  You: BUSINESS.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  Of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
Family trade  a  ��t*e: a'ty.
Tel.  113. : P. :e    Eight strict
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    B.   C.
ADV    '. .   <K        'tl
da;_y       NEWS.
Denies Rockefeller I
i ���   . Jan: 1
D .    ��� . ���
r- al
Iii i      to   h- Ii'mat s:. .    it-
: in.
H    Bigg
ml ol John
��� :. ���
I
, u >e_   i
tel ���      was     ���ajoyii.- Be           hi .iltn.
"Hi    ��ilj  iivt-   o indreo  years
old ' said  Dr.  Uigi men   ������ >ul 1
,...'.���      M.      :, ��� sical
ll..-......; -   ..������   .....,i ,  ,., . ._
THE
Ministers   Hear    Rev*.       t.
S  okarie, Jan. 1 .  .������
Ini t   ,.
Inlan I Ei .--i'i heai
Billy  H i t n'. - -
' 'all "    i'h.? s
.-i'li   li . '. ���    i
���.-������ ��������.��������������� ���-���>.������=.:-*���
���  ������������������-���������  ���*��������
���
I Electric Railway Service |
���
���
���   Cars
Interurban    Line.
'   :   \'.-.'.. Oliver   - :d
���      statl as  will  run everj
��� hour   from
��� car  ��� ave_ ..t ll
��� t Last    ar Ir.
*). m.
Vanaouvet ll
war
half-
Last
30.)
O   .   Cars,  leave the   l�� pot    - ���
4   twenty  mtautes   ?or   both   Sap-
��   perton   ind "it;.- '.traits over tbe
SS  cltj line.
City  Line:     Cats  leave tram T
office on the hour   twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty -ntnutes af- ���
ter. commencing  at  6:20 a.  m. ^
Sapperton    Line:   Cars    leave ���
at  ten minutes after the  hour. *
half past and fifty m:_utes after ���
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:30 ���
a. m. 4
Sunday Service   tait-neurly be- i
tween 8.1J0 a.m   and 11 p.m.
The Polmatier Sisters
'ORCHESTRA     AND    CONCERT    CO.
i
Two Engagements Only,
The Edison Theatre
I. _3T   -PPEAR \.\''l-: TODAY.
Prices toi    this        gagi
I 2 .'
at '     ��� Satiii'.l_\
I at ���:  10
Orders   Taken   For
���i
���    !
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
nt 4 :-���-; ��� .��� ���, �� ������ ������' ��� ����������tii��Bi>����������<i,��0'������#�� ��� ���-���::-���-������:������
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Pict
ure :
ARK   NOW   ON   SALE   AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAIR,"   Columbia   Street.
Who's Got It ?
COUPON    NO.   257
Won  the  Tea Set,
COUPON   NO.  764
Won the Toll' :  Bet
At MOREY'S
iyO<>k up your coupons.
li* noi claimed    by   Tuesday
LOTt,   i lie   two   other   numbers
rh-wn will be substituted.
H. MOREY
& CO.
COLUMBIA   STREET.
���
���
���
���
t
4
4
4
X
���������������������������������������������������������������������
What's to  1
Become    I
X
Chimney
!_> weep ing
Telephone 164
POSTCARDS* of Them? \ Thomas Peters
If \oii die, will your family
,���. provided tor? No thoughtful man ran I_t thai question
remain unanswered You owe
them the protection that lite as- *
-uiance glveii. ��
:
Improved Farm For Sale
BY   TENDER
The    new     It
Policies of tb>:
I livid  ii���!
I TheSun Life
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA   ���
furnish Hndowm.nts at Life
Hates. The suarantced Cash
Surrender \'ulu.-< and Paid-u;>
Values are exceptionally liberal,
in keeping with the otlior terms
..f the pollcle.��.
S.|.  n<  about these  n>-w   ;.i.li
des
j F. J. HART & CO., LTD..
j ���>������������������������������������������������������������������������
..,:, be i'oeived by the untied up to iwclve o'rliii.'l. u.kjii.
Janua . '.".. r.ni',1, for tn." PHrdhaite bfj
the ...',.., .,| ;i portion of the farm bt
the lati i. .v. Pater-O-, being j.art of
lot   139,  group  2,  New  Westminster
' ���'��� St "training 1-" __r__ m"re or
: lei
Tendi - to state ampunt to tn pali
!*��� ca h and firms required on the
balance This farm is conTeniently
���Itua ��� ' on, i,i;i��� from L'uln.r on
Trunk oad, Is all under cultivation
and '>.<....u^iily imd.-r-draiued, u.bout
,;"   ' routing on Cnscent Slough,
li has ,. new two-story nine-room
dwelling with back kitclKn and wood-
ill modern c.iiivini-bccs, fur-
nace . , | .uni electric light.-d. new
barn 1.0x90, and l>arn BOxSfl; Impl**-
nt'itt dwelling tor hired men,
-rtvlns.    ..irn   and   oth-r  outbuilding-.
'I ii. Iilgaest or any tender not nee
"s-arilv necepteal.
T.  .1.   ARM ST BONd
lg��nt   for  Kxocittrix.
D   .���  ;    .,.,  v( w vVestmlnster,
e Big January
Clearance Sale
261
I Kl_v","*7*__4_W
THAT SAVES YOU
MONEY ON EVERY
PURCHASE
"���* Our < lie lasts duria Cjftnth of January and tl
is being sold out at r  I i      iswhichmake it    ajorth   ���  ur   while  to    nv<
stock pi   ��� very  depart men is
and act  quickly in your own interests.
DRESS GOODS
nt 25c yard
Children's     Si
Dresses,     fn   this  ��� pi cial     I   are
DARK TWEEDS. BLACK AND
WHITE CHECKS, "PLAIN MELTONS. FANC-MELTONS. FANCY
LUSTRES.     Regular   prli
. ��� ���
...   ;  25c
Clearing Some Special
Goods in End Lengths
Only 55c per yard
Twenti     .  ��� ces    of    Casl nil re��,
1'. nar.ia-    V>-in|,t;ins   Tw.
in lei       ���        i 2 1-2
whi.
i.i'ii e,      :'���-:.. I   ���      7-5<
11.0       - ���    ' .    .  :j5c
Regular 75 to $1
Silks now 50c yd.
A Special Line of
TABLE
LINENS
45c yard
I
-
I
43c
r_ ���
Plaids,
:.
ten yards
.'��� ���   t
������ ta   bo ilsin \
I   .
'   [r m   one  to
50c
27-inch Japanese Silk
35c per yard
Ri - .
���
��� '
3    run
Sal-
35c
Corduroy Velvets
45c per yard
11 ��� -,..    * ���
Eight    ���-��� 'orduro'   V. Ivel
in  Grey,   i' P irpl(,
Br  '-���:-.      Our
entire  _i.,.  .  ��� ., ,i   ..;..:-   ,,n
.   45c
A Great
Clearing of
Ladies' BELTS
50c each
BLACK    AND   COLOHED
BELTS.    LEATHER     BEL"!
TINSEL   BELTS,   etc.
the   entin
.
LADIES' BELTS
25c each
���'     '    .
:      8
ti   ila
��� ������ ���.  now
LA DIES' ^wo sa'e ',nw ofLadu:
CORSETS   WRAPPERS
95c pair
'.'.-' ' ���     .
t'r, .ii     ��� : In
well i.    Sl
l    ��� i and 'Meo. in
.,���������> ���             Sizi     18
to 30.    S       , ���             ,i            95c
At 95c each
Two     :      ;i      onl; .
1 tl ' . .      !���
pen     ;:��� .
(.:. , .
At S1.35 each
1 ':.������  I il   Ul ll. -'   Dl    .
Flannelette   Wra ��� a    a
Ri gular 11.50
.' Ji
I1
dit
wi
.b,
an
fh
HI
be
lai
BO
V
MILLINER Y
At Half Price .   .   and Less
',:'oof ours""                             ^ ��*                ��� i Haia  , ..     which  mean  a  distinct
���'   '      w    '������ -   ���   ' mmedha .     ed a i   noi,   .- you*  opportunity.
^    I
All Untrimmed Shapes
AT HALF PRICE
nhi !       '    ' ������"'-'������" 'i ".i ;., $2.50.    ��������  sal,   nov,   from   each OCc
���
I
Jl.-i.
White Bearskin and
Astrachan
$2.55 yd.
Regular $:: 26 to |3.76.
The populai   materials for chll-
dren'a coats. :c Inchei wide, Good
weight and lustroii- finish. Four
Iilecen to ihoose from (in sale,
per yard    ���2.55
Silkine SPOOLS and Pure
Silk Crochet Threads
On sale 3 for 10c
About   i.i,>   #o_e_   SM)���K.   |n ,)|psi   wH) ]ni>wn   _uch u>ad ihre|
CHRYSALINE,  SILKO, SILKINE.    BANSHEE.    LUSTRE    and   ST_:
CROCHET   SILK      |���   .,,.,,���   (,,,ors  B_d   ^^     ^^   niixtllre,    ,;
We hare been carrying ,0��� i���..,ny lines of these .spools and th.. st
���u,st  be cleaned up.    Lay ln % ^   |B^,y  ^ ^     .,
chance.     On   -nl<     THREE   SPOOLS FOR    lC'*
Tl
la
��i
t-
tll
to
81
ti
1
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   FOR  WOMEN'S WEAR
Ki&iC-fet-'-'

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