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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
/���^"uillative A^X
j 09
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
MtW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME   ���),   Nl'Ml'.ER
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9,  1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COP\
PROMINENT CHINESE
VISITOR IS IN CITY
Liang Ching Kuei Has Been
Investigating Educational
Systems of Continent.
BOOMS BROKEN BY WIND
ON NORTH ARM OF INLET
Six   Million Feet of  Logs Adrift  From
Lake Ueautiful   Camps���Tugs   Despatched to Save Runaways.
CiilLllWACK PERRY      PROVINCES WILL       I STUNNED BY FALL ON ROAD j BLOCKADE CANNOT
ON THE ICE     GUARANTEE BONDS\ uwm mmn mw\ KEEP COAL SCOWS OUT
    ' Harry Scorey, of Mission, Meets With
Fatal   Accident  While   Driving        j Ice    QV\j}    Will    Not    Involve
Liang Chine, Ku-1, assistant reader
of the Grand Secretariat of China, an
official of the f ih degree, wearing
the Blue Bumm. win. was sent by
the Peking Goveinmcni on a special
educational mission to th. Chinese In
the United States, Mexico and Canada, arrived here yesterday. This high
olllcial left his home u; ('union nearly
a year ago and landing at a San Fran-
itisco hy the Paeillc Mail mearner Mongolia, lie remain. .1 in California vlslt-
iiifi; Stanford and ll'ik. ley universities
during nls etiiy. lie afterward went
to Mexico and thence to New York
and Chicago, in which lie had the misfortune to lose hi papers, his passport, his gold-rimmed spectacles, gold
watch and other effects, taek nby a
thief, who Btole In- vali.-o from uis
room at a Chicago hoi el. 'I'll.; pol.ee,
however, ref6ov.-r.-d 'he missing valise
and Its con ten i.-, on the folli wing day.
Prom Chicago he proceeded to Portland, and lefi t hero for liritish Columbia  after  .i    uief slay.
Speaking  to  a repoi iterday,
ilie distinguished Chine e visitor said
he had been much impressed with his
experiences durinp his \isii to ihi-
continent and lhe result or his journey
had been to mon ilinn e\ . strengthen his opinion thai education upon
western line?, particularly with regard
io technical education The Chinese
people are eager I'm- ,. ...m and for
improvement- and it is desirable by
education upon w ''ii lin that this
improvement ran In- brought about,
more than by an\ amotini of teaching in the unci' i.i el es to which
Chinese educati ui h:i n       trlcte.l
more or less. Ti   i bin ���   i clinical
lines, such as engineering, mining, rail
road aud  genera
more   UCCi
the   visitor
adoption  of  thi:
Vancouver, Jan. 8.���A bad' wind
blowing down the north arm of ihe
inlet   last   night   set   every   iiuiiin     of
logs which was tied up adrift anu this
morning preparations were made to
intercept the runaway logs at Deep
Cove. The wind corresponded lo a
Squamish, ,and it simply howled down
the north arm. Boom after boom
broke adrift and the fact wa reported   i    soon as possible.
Al Patterson's camp near Lake
beautiful six million feet of logs went
adrift, nnd to save as many us possible the tugs Wo Two and Takara
Maru were dispatched from Hind
Brothers' slip this morning with 10
boom ticks. These will be stretched
across, the inlet from Deep Cove, and
it is hoped by this means to round up
tli.. logs as they come down before
the high wind. Hooms of shingle-
bolts have also gone adrift, and the
whole north arm is reported to be
cov. red with logs of all sizes.
Steamer J. P. Douglas Parti-;Middle West Provinces Are
ally Destroyed on Harrison Anxious to Secure C. N. R.
River on Thursday Night.;    Transportation  Facilities.
Home���Nephew Finds Body.
.Mission Junction, .in,i. s. iliirr;.
Scorey, a rancher, aged about 40, who
livid with his mother and two sisters
Empty Scuttles -Newing-
ton Continues Good Work.
ing ihe flames, owing to the steariter settlements now without such facIll-
being surrounded by Ice. Full qe- ties. Such was the re ult of a con-
i.iils of the conflagration have not jfet'ference in Winnipeg it.iween Messrs.
come to hand, but from the meafte Mackenzie & Mann of the Canadian
Information received, it appears tfctt I Northern Railway; tm.l the premiers
the loss will be heavy. There is a' of the three western provinces. The
danger that, whin the ice surround-, offer is being mail upon a request
ing the boat melts, the machinery njay of the company tor subsidies from
j drop through the hull Into  the river i each of the provinces.
Another  meeting ol the city  council  and   members  of  the   Hoard    of
Trade   was  held  last evening  to  de-
'! termiue what should be done with ref-
katchewan in order thai  the company j ing home his double team    when   he  erence to  the  ice   blockade    on    the
may provide transportation for several; probablj   tripped   over  an  obstruction   river,   as   the   sum   voted   on  Wednes-
Caught in the ice on the  Harrison      Winnipeg,     Jan.   S     Bonds  of   the,
river some  distance  from the  shore, Canadian  Northern   Railway  wfil    be " ?���* '"il"rf trora bere' Wils tr02en l0
the Chllllwack terry steamer John P. guaranteed by the provincial govern- j death two-nigh.ts ago.
Douglas   was   partially   destroyed   by | ment  of  Manitoba, Alberta and  Sas-!    He had been in town and wfts drlv
lire  on  Thursday night,  it  being im
possible io do much towards combat-
on the road or slipped on the ice.   At oraj   night  had  now been    expended
General Manas
Mcleod,
Canadian Northerh; who arrived bere
Wednesday men: on an inspection
trip, stiiied mat his companj would
b.iild railways in  Alberta if the gov-
LEMIEUX ACT COPIED BY
I U'lUil   railways   in   .wire: i a   ii   luc*   ��w - > WMssssssssssssssy   ������-*-   ...-*~    ,-.. .
'.  Douglas   was   valued   at] er.niie-ni   would   guarantee  the  bonds.      WISfflNSlN AND CALIFORNIA  HoQle-v' Adams and Smli
,000 ."in i  i, l' 0,  and  was I bur vi   oi\a   ;n     woi .in.-   on   the    Un. . ' bach,   G. .1   Fader,   \Y.
11      '-   ������������ '  "'-������ U'.-ii.i    \la\prs.
The   prompt   manner  in   wl
���li
tugs    were
rci ult   in
secured.
disnntM-
���VI
avuu.fl
,iMti:i-'~-'l
ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE
TO CONGRESS OFFENSIVE
! Efforts will be made to prevent this b>
building a  support .around  the  vessel
I bin   the   t litn   ice  makes   this  undertaking   highly   dangerous,   if   not   Impossible.
The   i.   I
I   . I   I    	
insm   I   with   While, Slulca  & >',>.. ofjnorth  ...  Aiha..a.��ca   Landing and also
I ihis ei west to the Pac lie coast.   No miiuit,
The   vessel   was  9S   feet   long   tjverj plana   bad   been   made   j'ei   regarding
! all,  with   a   20-foot   beam, and  had  a extensions,    li   Is possible that a line
passenger tarrying capacity of I flu, in j will ue extended to   ..    U a/.uau Uoal-
. idditlon     to   accommodation    for   80 fields  .ui- year.
ton-  i.i   freight.    Built especially  for. - ���
lhe  Chilllwack-Harrison ferry  service!
arlj   ..i  ���   year In Vancouver, the V'es- !
any rate he fell so heavily that he
must have been sliuiiu'd. In ibis
plight  he froze to death.
ISarly hext morning bis team wandered home. H s body was found
by bis nephew. Harry Davis, a lul of
LI, who had been sent to look for him,
He was quite stiff and dead when
of   the' found.
Aid. Johnston presided, and it v.as decided to lure the Newlngton another
day, and meet again this afternoon,
when the mayor is expected back.
No   reply   has   beeu   received   from
Ottawa   io the  committee's    applica
tions,  but i.. A. Keefer,  resident engine, r,  department  ol   i lie   works,
has been authorized to u -��� the Sampson, but owing to some portion being
duniag. .i the snagpoat was wlth-
di awn Hum service.
'I'll" e were aTso present Aldermen
th, J. Relchen-
^^^^^^^^^^_ Gilley and
1 Capt,   Mayers.
Legislators   Differ  en   Advisability   of       M'    Gilley   reported   vvh.it   had   been
. .  , i te  by ihe Newlngton, and sad that
Constitution of Boards of Arbitra-
'   '-    were  three  scows  of  eon!  now
& Pi       hi and his firm ai
propo ��� i   that
tors to   Settle   Disputes,
President's   Language   Considered   Unjustifiable   by    Representatives���
May   Not   Be   Dealt   With.
sei drew but a light draft and was
considered eminently suitable for the
navigation Of the waters of Hani-on
lake and  river.
Ow ing to the pri i nc of ice in the
I'i ,i er, ii v. ill he, mi! os i de to replace ; he ferrj foi . om? i inie, eon
.- pqu, in ij Chilllwack -.-. i have to remain  virtually isolated.
SHAH OF PERSIA IS NOW
' REVOKING CONSTITUTION
Washington, Jan. s -  L), clai ins      at j
i b ��� language oi President  ::������...     in
his annual message to cop ....   - in de- !
fei  aci   to tli    sei ret w as un- i
I  work,
ind  " -
;   system   ol
I    considered   I i ''-'1.   R  pri   ��� n  itiv.     !'       n .   o!
in ,i
1
,  h tl
Moreover h    would iir; peo
pie the buililur; of ram . '. factories, and u (is. ., v. lop nl .if th.1
resources and iii'in = iii( . ol th. country upon slniiii: . I ���'��� adopted   in   the  west.
BOWLING
Ni .-. \orl . hi ad of ;i coram t ��� ������ ch
by the bouse to eon Hli       pi.....
tion,  todaj   presi nti d a  i ��� ���: oi i   which
*��,,��� uds   thai   tl ��� ��� ���
,...: tion  Of th"  111' - ���>"     '
being laid on the table.
The  committee  repo     .     ���   n     m
'.   u . i thai   the .-;.. cial  i e sent
bj  t he prei i I. nl in i I
for an exj.i'in.',   on be laid i
as not responsive.
LAROE DEPOSIT OF COAL
FOUND NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR
Si. I1. ���,. i-    ,       lan. S     S lei Inl   lis
patches   re Ivt-tl   iren    : om   Teheran
*aj   the Shah of Pi  .-i.i  has again issued a manifesto revoking the constl-
ntlon.
Thoro has lien an outhr, tli ot dis-
order al Shlraz similar to the recent
disturbances at Ispahan. It i- feared
thai  thi   news of the .:.��� il  t.lun-
derlng of this  latter city will  result
Ottawa, Jan. S, Tin iLn'jfcr pe-
; partment has received a copy of tbe
idrai't bills which are to be submitted
to the legislatures ol Wisconsin .and
] California, as establishing a system
I of dealing with labor troubles based
: on the method of the L rnieux act.
Both  differ fi-oni  the Canadian law
on  proposing a permanent  board in
dead  of   relying   on     boards   consti-
���ii'. -1 For each case as II  ai Isi   ,
IO T E 'A O.
Willette wn     lie '.-""' '' ���       " "   ;
eomnetlt'lon   k.    ih.    I ��'lh>
L.lt evening      I ���"   aei'iuinia.ivilig s( ore
l 11 r    \t I ti. i U I
I O  s,
.   i       A i ii ir, Jan.   ���    , !i ir idorable
eing taken in ; he di ;covei j
of a deposit of coal near Rossport on
the north shore of Lake Supi i-ior oast
of hi re     Mi n i ngag   i In   da ��� i lug foi
111..   C.   I'     It.    Wale:    line   to   D   SUpplj
tank uncovered a good looking scam,
A  number of mining  men  have gone
i    ah   out .I., iii- and M, Mellormick
id   ..".���   has  alread,    i   mmi in    i
haft.
in uprising ��� pf the low   ��� cla
. i n-1)   among ti ���   -';" vini
PUT-
CITADEL
FAILURE.
shows the i'
team's   bow in
League gain'
ill   ol
K      ill    ill'
Latham
Carver
Murchle
Silver    .
\\  iliette.
Total
.1 in
. l'Jo
. I 111
I 15
I'is
\Yi
l'
I , I
1 ..'*
1 ..
1*71
.i
n ; C
Total. I
Lti7
in:.
15 7
111
I,'-
h'i
173
139
MS
,2.347
May  Prove  Useless.
'���   '     ������'  j Edmonton Costly Gas Producing Plant
i Sah ation !
i in .l:tuuaj_^	
Kdmonton, Jan. S.- The Impression
is grow ...; in municipal circles that
the new ���<! 10,000 pi o lucer gas plant
roc. ir Ij starti d In ope aiion ai the
power house will prove a failure.
Freeman  Trophy.
.urn. .   inch,  v. iih   1
play.      The
Welsh,   It'.il;   Johndro,   :w-
110;   l.'iili.iiii.   His;   Cnrvei
i lire.,
exciting
'I   II      .    Ie!
were:
Burnett,
  ftY.i:   Mm
cliie, 47::.  S.|\. r.  li'.'.i;  Will, tte, MS.
('hall, ngeil .. lin \\ illi'ite held the
trophy with ".-'I. lhe titlier scores being: Mm chic, .".ii..; Johinlro, I1-;
Bllver, KIT; \V. l-.li. i::n-. l.ntham, 40S,
and Carvel-, .".o7. 1'he next < ��� ..ni>---
liiion v, ill  In   on Tuesday.
Solution Is Here.
Loudon, .lan s. I'-, n. Vrooman, of
Vii-.toria, li. C, lecturing before the
Colonial club, said th.- Canadian west
altered un opportunity for the obvious
solution of \it.-il imp. r,;ii problemc.
,The worUless people ol Briiiiin will
find there land salvation. If lhe state
meets the challenge ol Canadian
Statesmanship nnd in thus taking action a much more pressing and vital
problem will be solved in determining whether the Canadian west and
northwest shall be in Hie years to
conic w bile or yellow.
Two   Intel      Ing    i :
ii. .'.ue   I In connectlo i
Vi iii>  corps in thi- cit)
20  Commissioner    Gadinan,   who   has
been   In   charge    of  the   immigration
ivork >>i the army, and has personally
c lilt ted   several   partii     from     i be
..id   country   to   Canad.i.   will   ".ive  an        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
addri I lie   comi'iii sioirer   ,���,,, .   the - ���
llrsl  man to receive the commission as Sunday   Schools   for   Socialism.
captain in  the army, and t,  n fo ci        -^'^   York,   Jan.   S.-  Socialists     In
Cul ,.,.:..!. On I'Ytini.i-, io and 11 -N������'���'- York are to extend their Belds
Major im.I M, . i-ii.ii: will be the of activity so us to Include r< ligiou.
^^^^^^^*^m -: \ccordlng to a meeting last night,
sections of the Socialist party have
already established .. socialistic Sun-
da) school In Manhattan, Similar
school are to be opened In all the
Hi. boroughs whore history and other
Htudii - ar. lo 1 .��� LlUghl iiom ih"
��� c. point of .Socialism.
FEVER.
Many   Houses Quarantinea  in  Cnlgary
Residential   District.
C.ih'.ii: I .Jan.- S.- ^^^^^^^^^^^
the.������ are live hous. quarai iod in
th. city for smallpox, i wo tor diph-
th ��� ia and iwo for scarlet lev In
���. .     malljio -.  bosplta I  lb  r.   ....   -.-ven
p.ii - an 1 in  the i .olation  In   pital
four   i aticnts   suff>'i ing   ��ith     . i tei
fever
Funeral   of   F.   E.   Jolitistone.
t      nine, a] of i lie lat.   l^ranc s l''.,l
ward   ..ihnsione  tooii   place  ycsterda)
all. tn-"in from the :���- Idi nee, Si venl I
sti        to the Oddfellows   cemetery, a
largo ti i r ol m in ���   ��� ol ih   Loj al
OiI.iij;. ..oil-: 1- ���     Itl I   s: .us   ot   Epg-
lan I it. ii. lit Societj unending At
the hou ��� a i.i'i' f . hoi al r\ Ice waa
held. Ke\   A. dc l:. " 'W'.n o lb la   a
lie also lead the o I lal     nti ni ��� -
iiiul the Orange builin illual wai  ci r
1 rii'l tlu".'ii'.'h ai  ' ti" ���   avi     lib
the present time | ^   Than      .      l1wU|    ���,   Orangemen
...   -'.-.-    mi   . t ���     of   Lodge i . 13,   ol
���.\ ii i li   di . ��� ..sen   w i     .1  [mi. ma   i ���
and    a'oin    :"'   mi mbei      ol Ro i    ...
Colum da  I.odge, Sons ...   i u \lan I, to
which   ii" belonged,    Tli     i ��� irers
wl      l   .1   Randolph, pn   Id ol  the
Trades and Labor Council   i present-
ins also  the  Masonic    and Orange
Mi
I te
' .be,-, ^^
foi   Mayer,
��� stevi -'ot;,   and  it   was
I the Newlngton should break a channel for thi in to com.- up the river to-
il;i . there wa. no danger of a coal
famine, although !:��� under tood they
wi ������ -li" at La Iner, but this would
be Supplied by the Great Northern
to Porl Gulchon from Vancouver, if
��� ti io it s failed io ���- ���-. up, they cut 1
iiiin.; coal over from Vancouver by
freii In.
Mr. Fader said' the Newlngton
could carrj 150 fo 200 tons :ii a !oau
..ml '..iiiii make the lourney to Van-
con r lfclanil fo coal, i n cessary,
in  30  liOUl -   i ��� turn
I        Will      I'.    "I I    '.        lu     civil"". ti '
steamer for another day, and call an-
..1 h.    ue eting this ,.;ti : noon
I .i ��� Ni ��ington '.\ a ed all ��� ������- ��� ���
da mi ihe river, gli .... pecial attention to the Viitii vii... and Woodward's slough bars, which offi
principal opposition to her progress.
Captain Ford Is in charge, and re-
thai he i mal ing fair pro-
. hoping '.. brlu he coal
up  today.
i '"in n ml, ation  v\ith  ihe e;i-;   i ���
the r.  P.  R.  v.-    .   tal .i ��� ed yes ������ -
day.
VENEZUELA   RtVUKES
I
vi tor lo the citadel I'lv.. are
widely known for their mu leal a il.:...
i in the first date the Major \\ ill lecture on iu experiences In a shipwreck, and the second night devote to
"A trip round the woi Id in ,i chariot ot
music  and song."
Thi Hague, Jau. S.���Official nollfl-
ciiiio'i li,is been received bare from
Car ica : ol the formal revocation hy
: lie Vent zuelan government ' of the
transhipment decree of May 14, which
l d t" i he t' '���' nl Dutch naval demon-
I ation In Venezuelan waters. The
official dest>ati h bringing ibis intelligence adds thai the Dutch eonsuta in
Venezuela have had their exequaturs
returned.
Birds Caught   in  Ice.
A   large    number    ol   divers,   iilrds
��� found   usually   near  largo   todies    of
. ,.,;ii, ,-,   are   iepoiled    i"    hn\..   been
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     j
Surprise   Party. TH��   TEMPEHATuKt. liner   foei   having    '���   iimablj     been
.boui thlrtj   people, members of ttocI    The   temperature    at  2   a.   m.  this   iro/.eii  to  the  surface   while  Bleeping.
Vt'is, End  Methodist  quarter.)  board,   morning   was  three    degrees    abovejTi..-   birds are  uni  to  tree   theni-
Ladles' \id society and the choir, tool: j zero, without prospect of any imme- j selves without assistance, and -,v-
',','������, in a surprise party, o-gan.zed diate change in the atmospheric con-1 eral of them have been released by
;,������ the purpose of ptesentlng Mrs. M.  dulons.    An easterly wind was blow-   skaters   who Have   noticed   the-  sad
Not  Seriously  Damaged.
Subsequent reports of the Favorite
show -be was not so seriously damaged us has been stated, but tho repair.-, will necessitate her lying up for
BOme time on the ways. After the
'.Deadline, near Ladner on Tuesday,
she was strained In trying to find an
evtn l-t.-'fi. mul even now hti= settled
UOci'i. I!:. I' 111-f-irt^ '''��'.' 10 !''"ht
J\er
F. Tiii,per. who recently resigned from
the position of volunteer oragnlsi of
lhe Church, with a sliver rem pot as
a token of appreciation on the part ol
the congregation, the rendezvous of
the gift bearers being at the residence
Of Mrs. Tapper. Tenth street and Fifth
avenue Rev. F. A. Magee made the
presentation, preceding it with a neat
address eulogistic or the recipient.
After a suitable reply by Mrs. 'flipper, the party settled down to the discussion of refreshment", which had
been brought along by the unexpected
visitors.
Friction in Choir.
Windsor, Jan. 8.���As a. result of a
small sized n.Uliny in ttie choir of Ail
Saints church, Dr. Chas. F. Davies,
formerly of Toronto, has been dismissed as organist and choir leader.
Friction in the choir has existed for
,������, time, it la said, b"e.-,u���.' Dr, Da-
viis  would  not  present  "new"   nmsi<*-
ing.
plight.
Will Scatter Elevators
All Along the Wheat Belt
,,;.��������,_��� bodies,     :and      the      Typographical
OBNOXIOUS  ORDER| Union, P. B. Brown, from the Sons of
lingland Society,  W   s   Colllster,   L.
Thornber, V. B.  Maxwell, and  George
Burr, , presenting St   i    i      11 form-'
��� d   episcopal clou. ''   w Ith   i\ h ch  l hi
iloi ... ed v, a    a     i
as   warden.    Mr,     Maxwi II     Sunday
school   sup , int. nd ni.  nnd   Mr,   Burr
from   ill-     choir.      Others   ti.nu   St
Paul' ���  c .ir-i egatlon  wei.   Aid   Johnston, S. J.  Pearce   Geo       S ag ;, nnd j
c. Warwick.
The flowers were nnnieroiiH. From
public bodies: Trades and Labo
council, anchor, \. - ,' of St Paul's
church, crescent; Si. Paul's church
choir, (.'"is-; Typographical union, No
832, b art; I. O. L l i93, wreath;
Guild oi Si Paul's tli .ii' !,. laurel
wreath Rose ot Columbia Lodg , s
O. tl. li s.. wreath; private tokens
from Columbian Printing company,
wv. mil. (lolunibian staff, pillow;
sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hun. Mr
and Mrs. l'lm; Air. and Mrs.. M 1'.
Morris; Aliss Smith and Mrs. Nicholson; Marts aud CaSBle Peebles; Mr.
and Mrs. .1. J. Johnston, Mrs. W.
.Johnston and family; Mr and Mrs.
Warwick; .Miss Llddelow; Miss M.
Furness; wreaths, Mr. and Mrs. Colllster, -md Mr. and .Mrs. il. Schaake;
sprays, Mr. and Mrs. w. u. Gilley and
LONG TERMS ARE IMPOSED
IN THE PENITENTIARY
Mo,    linplxated    in    Cloverdale   Casi
Eeforc  Court ���The  Whonnock   Man
slaughter   Charge   to   Be   Heard.
I-,, foi
i '.
Hi
It
111. It
llolioi   Jll I."    1 lu-.v.i;.   j i -
Bennc        26,    and
i;. ��   . . mu ^. .I ..
bi  i     iii   ,ii.   i     Ion ol     tob n   good
III ,'    ";.     .       . "..   II        |     "111        II.       V.
I'll . '..       a     Cloverd lie,   and   tbt
torn      (.i      i ni   dow o   tor  two and
a bah >��� .o -, and Hick   tor ' wo yi ai
Both   lold   ti   lony     lor)   . .   ai i Ing  re-
i. .. i| .1..    oo i   from a third pari.
I.,   pb  Km.:n.i    ..lin :-��������� i   v. li ii   ��� hi
n in langhioi   .,���  i Mm   L&   a i  \Yhon-
no. !.   on   i 'hi i-iiiu ..   .',.-.  ��� lecti d
ink,   i|iecd)  trial, which was fixed :'.,
.la..ii:. ..    2..     W.   ,'.    MeQuarrifl  ap-
 I for Ihe .bi in.'
RESTAURANT   RUINED   WHEN
COOKING   STOVE   EXPLODE;
Minneapolis, Jan. S.���.1. C. Stewart,
Of New York, the contractor who tho
Ixmdon newspapers said had "Stew-
artized" England in the matter of
rapid construction, is on bis way to
Winnipeg to inspect the 40,000,000
bushel  elevator for Peavy & Co
The building of this mammoth ele-
vator is the beginning of a system
of gfant elevators which are to dot
the grain growing districts of the
middle west.
The (Jnand Trunk line will build
several of these elevators and larger
elevators will be erected along tbe
oilier lino* in the wheat bell. The
one in Winnipeg is of concrete construction,   is   fireproof   and  cost   .*v
500,000. The concrete eievalor, Mr.
Stewart says. Is to enilre'lj, supplant
the old  style structure.
Air. Stewart won his fame In JCng-
land by his rapid work on the West-jChappel
lnglmuse establishment In Manchester I     The  funeral
family, Mr. and Mrs. s. J Pearce;
Mr. .ami Mrs. C. A. Welsh. Mr. and
Mrs, H. -1. Archibald, Mr. and Mrs.
Si.  !���.   Mark   and   Mr,   and   Mtw.   A-
arrangements w
ef-
The cost of the building was ?(i0.000,
000, and English experts said li would
take six years to rmn�� it. Stewart!
said ho could do it In a year. At the
eniTof the year the building was complete and had passed the inspection
of the otfictols.
This feat was commented on widely and as a result of this one piece
of   work     British     contractors     arc
flclently carried ��ui by D. Murchle
Want  Racing   Restored.
New Orleans,   an. 7.���A m. sting ai-
t.n.I'd by about 1,200 citizens, including a largo number of leading
business men, was held in Now Orleans last night for the purpose of Inaugurating a movement to restore
winter racing and '<> p-'";' ������ against
adopting American methods in hand-lthe   inactmont of lhe so-called "blue
ling la'or nn'1 building materials. Mnws" In   LollI ilanO.
Kumloops. Jan, s. -Through the explosion of a stove in tho Yale Res
taurant, ilar^age to the extent of two
hundred dollars resulted and occupants of the building had a narrow
escape. The water in the pipes con
ti.'eting with the stove had been
frozen, and, when tho fire was put
Into the ,,iovc early this morning th>
trouble followed, The explosion was
beard for some distance and the stove,
as well as a portion of ihe interior of
in., restaurant were wrecked. A man,
who was near tho stove at the time,
was blown through the door, but was
not hurt, The windows in the building wen- demolished.
Building Falls Off.
Montreal, Jan. s���Th. value of tie
buildings orbcted In .Montreal during
the paSI year amounted to live million dollars, .ng.-iin.--t .i_ii: millions for
i ne pi. \ long year TWO.
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WE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  JAN   ,
\
* Wanted -:- Lost -:- found I
for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- ftc. j
JLrOST-Pocket book, between Royal
Bank of Canada and postoffi, e
Finder kindly return same to uis
office and receive reward.
IX3ST���Small parcel gent's laundry.
Finder please notify this office.
FOR SALE��� Household furniture,
suitable for'five room house, in
first class condition. Apply owner,
IV,x H73, City.
WANTED���Nursemaid from 1 to 6.
Apply Mrs. John 13iydges, corner
Carnarvon and Elliott streets.
TO KENT���Board and   room;    piano;
close  in.    340  Third  avenue,   near
Fourth Street.
FOR SALE���Second hand piano In
first class condition. Apply P. O.
box 838, city.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, mar library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; sen-ires required from 1 to 0 p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
TO RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alex. Speck.
I   MARKET*!
{   REPORT    i
There was a poor market yi sterday
owing to the transportation being
tied up, ihe bad slat.- of the roads,
and the cold weather. Everything
was short of demand with the exception of beef, which barely supplied
the requirements. The buyers '.ere
disappointed at the lack of sellers,
and practically no business was done
in the rings, save cattle sales. Prices
did not vary much. except pork,
which advanced half a cent, and potatoes, the latter realizing two or
three dollars per ton, owing to the
cold weather, and danger of frost curtailing chances of present addition to
the supply in tho dealer.-' bands. A
little fi'iiit was offered, aud a fair
quantity ot poultry.
Official Quotations.
Beef, forequarters, per lb., 7 to vc.
u.ndquarters, per lb., I to 5c; mutton,
It) to lie; lamb. 11 to ::'c v, al, medium, 11 to 11 1-2C; veal, large, 7 to
Sc; pork, 9c; eggs, retail, per dozen.
50 to 55c; eggs, wholesale, 45c; butter, retail. ,':.r> to 40c; fowl, per dozen,
?7 to IS.uO; chickens, $5.50 to J7;
ducks, $10.50 to ?11; tipples, per I ox,
7.">e to $1.2-5; carrots, per sack 50c;
parsnips, per suck. 75c; unions. r
sack, $1.25; turnips, per sack, 50c;
��� datoi     per ton, $15.
IIow nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Calie Icing
Chocolate, PinR, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond.   Maple   and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
��� *������������������������������������������������������������������������,*. ,���
j Chest Protectors
AT ALL PRICES
ryaDlTs
The New Year's Choicest
Products
v ill be found :it  our .to
thing tli.it embrace    tab
���ine.v and - tuple grocerl,    aruj
slons of nil  kinds al    lo
quality   considered,
Vf
Adams & D
Groceries  and  Crocks.
'eon:
y/,.j.
COLUMBIA  STREET
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODCjfc, NO, 27.-
The regular meetings of this  '"       SynOpSlS   IjJ     (ana0|ai|     \\])m
are held in Oddfellews  hall   Coluui I ""���������wit
bla  street, every   Monday   evening,
at 8 o'clock.
DRUG
STORE
regulations
EYES TESTED FREE    -Ml
�������� ^^
VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street woat, Phone A 2750. Vancou-
'(T, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
Butte to Stay "Closed."
Unite. Mont.. Jan. 7. Tie hi pe
that Butte would be "open" for boxing
and gambling, entertained by the liberal element, which . lecti Sheriff
O'Rourke, was dissipated today when
that officer, who took his seal Last
Monday, announced that bo means to
enforce  the  statutes.
English Watchmaker
AUDITING,  accountlug and systemiz-,
ing, Gulnn  & Falrley, Phone  4117. |    ^d etches for Ladles from $12.75
48 Flack block. Vancouver,  B. C
I I
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
���THE NORTHWESTERN.LINE"
Light Trains Evsry bav in the Yeas-
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
..���iv:    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.!
mbodies the new.'-;   and best ideas
tor   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with,
both   electricity   and   jns;   the   most;
brilliantly   illuminated   tnin   in   th?
vorld.     The   equipment   consists  of
ite   compartment   cars,   standard]
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining j
ar, reclining chair cars  (seats free),!
modern   day   coaches   and buffet,  li-
tv  and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
��� r information call on or write,
F. W. PARKER.
Second Avenue. Seattle, Vt'i.ti
Watches,   gi nts'   on tn   face
���   rtn
up.
i \m
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gent;'
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthain
watches.
Watch ."������: all Ing a - >i ci tit
F. CRAKE
Two   doom   from   Geo.  Adams,   GVoct."
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the | rin lipal I usinesa 11 nters of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
A      to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara  :
For     ���   ��� I tbles, etc,. add
GEO.  W. VALX.
Miit Gi n'l Passer-, r and ';       t
\L'cn;. ..tr. Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
mmm.����� .....
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   L3��h,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 timed Work,    Etc.
[Fish and Fruit 3oxe��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. hall, odd
fellows'   block,  Clark-sou  street.
COURT BRUNETTE., No. 4099, I.U.F.
���Meets tho Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
ball, Oddfellows' bl >ck
FRATERNAL  OfTueR   OF  EAGLES ' "*** ih�� Uui  ls 8iUl;it'
���������cry '!'���.
Any available Dominion.-   ,,    ,
in tho railway belt in British coir
bla, may be hone.-tea led by   tiy.'.
who is the sole bead of ���    m
any male ovei   IS years oi
extent of oue-quarter Bee
acres, more or less.
Entry must be mad.
the lot al laud office lor :
Aerie No. 20���Meets
evening tit  8 ,  In the Eagles
hall,   i oiumbia   Btreet   A.   C
W.  Pres ;  H. Scliofield, Secretin
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS  OF    I tt.i
PERANCE  meet   every  Wednesday
at s o'clo k  p. m., In  Od I
hail. Columbia   in et,
proxy may, however, be n
tain con iltlons by the f.t
son, daughter, brother or a
i uiesteader.
Th,- no uesteader is reqti
loi :n    ....   i on I'.tions conm
with    un lei    i ne    of the   |
plan--
i 11    At  .. '  t a!x uionu.
upon and     ..tivation of :     ;
each year for three  yeai
. -' I     11 t.. < ���  II ��� ��� a.      ....   ;  ol
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone" 12. New Westm'nster
SONS OF  SCOTLAND  BENEFIT  AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THfc  ISI ':'
camp, 191.���Meets on the Kir*   ...
I.    .. a'a'a'a'aHBIIIIIH
E. of P. hall,   Chief W. Sutherland. ��tber le deceiuedj,   of   the   boa
 stender resides  upon  a   :
I, O.  O. F.���Royal  City  Loage.  No.  .    vicinity  of
���Meets   In   Oddfellows'  Elall,   Col   requirements us to real.!        :.,,
urn la S it, every Friday evenlii? I satisfied by 6uch n��rson r i
at 8 o'cloi k.   Visiting brethren will
��� ���   made    welcome,   o. E. Gilley,
N. Q.; C, E. Osborne, P. Q . recording s . ivary.
the father or mother.
(li)    If the hitler ha
ent residence ii|-ou farming
ed by him in tne vicinity
stead,  the  requirements
P08E of Columbia   lodge   no jrjeuce maj be' satisfied I
11b,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND.  B    S.- '
Ked Rose Degree meets Secoud nnd
Fourth Wednesday   of ��� tch month
In K. of I'   Hall, Columbia SL, al
4 ;i. m , Wblte Ro ee, Fourth
v\ i di ������    . .    ��� month, Bame
;    e an
OTHER      FRATERNAL
���t.        t
Kin
bOCiEi'li.-a
0*0*0*04C)*C^00*C^���>*C)*0*040 C*C*C*C*0*04CO*0.��0��>0����  ���  --���
I     The Business Man
Nt
Till       ii     is a   business  mi n- bank. It 1..    ma I    .
the ba   king of business men,  and therefore  knows
qulrements     li is In a position to render them every servb
safeguard thi     Interests under all con.lit:..
THE   SAVINGS   ACCOUNTS of tho.*<
I and ��� -.. are cordial] ������ m . i   .(
Sta       '" ���   .     ,pei   ��� ��� a  bn il<  aci
DO   IT   TODAY.
��
ui^in the said laud.
Six months' notice In writ
be given to the Commit -
Inlon Lands   it Ott   wa of
nt.
COAL      '   il mini,,..:
lease   I Iod of t wi ti
.it  an  ci';.: t! H tit.t!  ol
��� ���    ���    ���     than
ed I    one lndii
\  re ��� . Itl   of
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chant i . .   .    !        aed.
W. v
Depii!;. of the Minis
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
���..  i
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lug Ko ve ���   ���   .
���   - third
Fi      .  .;.,     Net'.'
���   . :.'..-' I
' or quarter!
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C
F.   B.  LYLE    Mioarje.
c^o*o*o*o��o*oo��o*o*o*o^^o o*^c^c^o^o^oc^c^ccQto**'* Clioico  Meats
Travelers and Toyrist;
'���   P  ''';' f th, world, may be ol,.
tained frorr
Northern Crown Bank
lf ) "J        ' trip, a I   ttei of Credit It the safest,
" ��� nethod  of  providing funds for the
journey.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
AT THE
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
bburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial  $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel .   . $6.50
Terminal $5 50
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. v,a    Fifth A venae
PHONE .va
BOWELL 4 ODDr, Propn��tort
(t
McQuarrie&Co.^
IK AND FEED MERCH '.:��� i -
FRONT  STREET
Np.v   VVesti.
*���.
MacKay^s Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases aud Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
rCnvelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Telephone 833.      LSI
It ���
| Lower traser River
Freight an J Pass-
V. ft ,. ��� ING   TO   pUR
' :
:        nt i bo li
; ointmi ti' I I
.i the form provided
i,t.  attention i
.��� a ���       a  ���
wl
.. i il   of  Ih.    ;
unteer i j the appoin
���
��� ���    .i
ll   i is not executed and d
the date of the  warrant for the lis
grant the Mini"'' r ���    "���
and Defei       a favor of tli
.1. '..   GREENWAY,
Comml sloni r i
i.
enger Service per
Oo. "^avoritc,,
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
A little Good Coal
makes a big, hot firo when a lot
of poor coal sends out co heat
at all. it la economical io buy
our coal, because It ly clean,
goes farthest, makes most heat,
leaves very little hhIi and Costa
no more per ton than poorei
grades. We deliver it. to uny
part of tho city. Pull weight
always.    Telephone  your  order
to Us.
GILLEY BROS.. Ltd.
Westminster Woodworking lo.
BANK   AND STORE FITTERS.
Uuikh .. of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and C r Lin?
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rales
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and B|ack|e stree(
,(V'7"r: :: to'  ����a ,.   eugereto
all pointy between New Wi  tmin ter
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-ker',   whar, m\>\
at--|U"'; additional trip on \ i,,'
leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham [aland 7
wa. daily, excep. Mdaya   l(
additional trip on Saturday    leavlna
at B ;;o p.m., f.al,hls ,��� , ,, ���
Inducement offers
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon [?oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS   ATI t>
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   It
FAIRBANKS    Da��, ffl?J��"
Sunday)   carrying   passengers; S
'M.re,'.    ,���d   frdgh.   connec       ,'
Mages at Carcron and  White Hori.
maintaining a through wintrr ,-rvi.-!
'",  Information iln,|v t,,
��� r tut,     M.niHgf
'. "^gCTa��nmi���mm ,jrwi'a��|
HEN RY'S
Nurseries
Office.  Greenhouses   and
houses,
3010   Westminster   Ro.iu
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Va i
(���('liver.
matlzed Tested  S
SEEDS for ih.. iprlng   trndi
from the in st : i iwer   In
land, Prance,    Holland,   I       :
States and eastern Canada   ���
well us those which i an bi    ,r'���
cessfully grown in B, C.
Extra choloe lot of frul : ' '
,IM,i small fruits, strictly horns
grown and our own propag ll ''
from bearing atoek.
Ornamental In all ici'i-1-'
varieties suitable for planting
1,1 " 0. ah the best mal�� "f
spray pumps.
fertilisers, nee supi'1'"-1'
Spraying Materials, Cut   F'IW*
Ts, t-te.
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY  J
"Tajiaji (���   ir^
MJVKTtriSF l.v THE DAILY *&* SATURDAY, JAN. 9,  1909.
THE DALLY NEWS
TKRJOaV
NOTICE.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMINSTER
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will apply to  the Parliament of Can-'
ada at its nexi session for an Aci ex- j
tending   the   time  wihin   which    the'
Company   may   commence  and    complete the Railway the construction of.
which   was  authorized   by   the   Com-j
pany'a    Act of   incorporation    being I
Chapter 68 of the Statutes of Canada
1D07, and  to  authorise  the  Company
to enter into    any    agreement    with
the Vancouver,  Westminster and  Yu-I
lion   Railway   Company  which  is   au-!
thorized  by Sec-lion  it'll   of  the  "Rail-;
way Act" and for oilier purposes, and!
authorising  the    construction    of    a
branch line from a point in the malni
line   authorised   by clause (c) of  sub-!
section 8 of the company's Act of Incorporation, thence in an easterly and
northerly direction by the  most feasible route through  Yale,  Llllooet and
Cariboo districts to tin- most convenient point where a junction   can   be
made  with the bran, b  line    of    the
Vancouver, Westminster    and    Yukon
Railway  which   runs from  the    main
line of said   Railway  t-a terly to Edmonton.
Hated at Vancouver. H c, December
llfith, 1908.
TUPPER .v GRIFFIN,
Solicitors for Applicant.
"WATEB   CLAUSES    CONSOLIDATION I Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
ACT, 1897, ANO AMENDING ACTS."	
Vancouver Power
Company, Limited
British Column's Coast '_in��
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Steamer Princess Victoria w'U leave
Vancouver daily at 1 p.m.; arrive Victoria 6 p.tn. Leave Victoria ;it 11.59
p.m. daily; arrive Vancouver 7 a.m.
NOTICE is hereby given that two
weeks niter date application will be
made to the Lieutenant-Governor In
Council   by     the    Vancouver    Power
Company, Limited, for a further Certificate of Approval uf H t'urtbt-r un- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
dertaking In the matter of the    con-, WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
s,ruction of a dan, at the outlet of Co- ���     ^ ^^ wl., ]e&ve victor,a for
qultlam Lake in the District of New NfjW yyestmiustetr every Tuesday.
Westminster. Leaves New  Westminster on Wed-
Th.- works intended to be undertak
en by the construction of the said
iliim and In connection therewith are
the   following:
The erection of a hydraulic earth-
filled dam about 650 feet in length,
with a crest width of abou-t 20 feet and
a thickness at the base of about 430
feet at the upper end of th" main upper channel; the dam to be of a suffl-
cieht height to raise the waterlevel of
Coquitlam lake by about 60 feet; a
spillway channel to be made about lf>0
feet wide, 12 feet deep to carry n��ny
surplus water.
And all such necessary and Inclden
nesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, lQlh
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports,
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:80 p-m. dally,
except Sunday,    Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the Ka-t half of the southwest
quarter of Section 13, Township 10. In
the Dlsrtlct of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate  of Title   Xo. 6380F, issued in  the
name, of Johana ll. Strand,  ha    beenl
tiled iu this office.
Notice is hereby given that  I shall,
at the expiration of one  month from
tho date of tb" lit-', publication here-!
of, in a daily  newspaper published In,
the Oity of New  West minster, Issue a
duplicate of  the  said  Certificate, unless in the nu'iiriin    valid  objection t
be made to mo in writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
Distri. I   Registrar of  Titles.
l,and Registry Office, New Westminster; II. ('., Dec   2Sth,  !""
t.'il works  that  may   be necessary  toI     ���	
fully   and   effectuall)    carry   out     nnd I Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
complete the aforesaid  further under j     12th and 26th.
taking. NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
It Is intended to inslul u 21-incn con    S.S.  Beatrice  leaves  Vancouver Jan.5.
crete   pipe  extending  from    the    up-      19th; Feb. 2nd.
stream   toe   of   the   dam   tip   Into   Hi"   S.S.   Prince63   May   leaves  Vancouvei
lake for a distance to  be agreed  upon;     otc   29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
with   the   City   of   New   Westminster, ..p  my|_j_
and to erect a tower foi the gates and! Beaver���
sir. .ns  at   the   toe  of th,   dam,  audi     From   New   ���Westminster   Monday
from this toe to carry a 24-inch cast- Wednesday and Friday at v a.m.
iron pipe surrounded with concrete in      From Chllllwack Tuesday, Thursday
:i deep trench underne th lam toland Saturday at 7 am.
a connection with 'le   J '  til"   to j ,	
>. w Westminster,
Th.   area which will  be  llood. I > .    For   reservations   and   TiiOrmatloD
the raiding of the water level i-' l | 'all ��r address
HOW THE RAIN  CAME.
ft
a. 'r"-r"yliie  BTent *�� ��  S��r��nKr��- I��
ii..- Philippine*,-
For h -eai lively matinee perform
ance th�� . ng uf (|1C rainy season in
the l'b ll;     . , nils ,K, __,_ of right to
be considered.
This is ih.. experience of one worn-
��n who supposedly arrived tluririK tli*
���try season:
Seatetl ��t aer window she eonlil heat
a roaring tattoo In the grove of abacs
palms to the south. The noise neiired,
rose, thundered.
Long, lithe oocouuuts began an inerx
pllcable bending to and fro, their top*, j
circling In trembling tleseeut almost to j
the earth, then swinging back to ths |
sprint,- of the bow tense  trunks In a
Bovement exaggerated and violent, Ilk*
that of suine stage tempest.
Out in the grove, beaten, trampled
down, there advanced Into the open a
blucU wall of rain, perpendicular from
earth to sky. Ahead of it dust, twigs,
rubbish. sudflenly ascended fo heaven
hi rotary spit-itls. Trees were flayed of
their leaves, Roofs flew up like gigan-
tic bats.
Then her own bouse, strongly built,
shook as with earthquake, The thatch
of the roof sprang vertical, like that
Stiffens wltli fear, and between tbe Interstices sbo saw the muddy sky
Stream by.
A powder of debris, of dry rot, snowed. Down upon the table, the books,
the chairs, little lizards, unpercbed,
struck tbe floor with a squeak like that
of a mechanical doll, remained as dead
for a long minute, then scampered
across tin- room and op the walls
again. Great black spiders, centlpeds
scorpions, fell; sometimes n large rat
Then the nlp'a clicked bnck to posl
tion ns a bos is shut. Breathless M
lence, a heavy Immobility, petrified the
wori'i Thi re came three or four de
taeheii. resounding raps upon tho roof,
end suddenly a furious roaring beating Ion Sunday
as of stones com I tie, down, ureal umnoi   drill-  10 a.m
CHURCH
SERVICES |
tl
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(Changes for this column inusi. be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by \
H p.m- on Fridays. The omission of,
any church notice from this column '
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible;
party.)
Sunday,  January  10.
(Annual  exchange of pulpits.)
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. \Y. ll. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. |
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ���
Sunday  school  and  Bible classes    at
2:1!0 p.  m.    Morning, Rev. J.  S.  Hen-j
derson;   evening, Rev.  12. G.  Thompson.
Saturday, Jan. 9
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M, L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p. in. Sunday school at 2:lib p.]
m. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday at 8 o'clock, Morning
Rev. F, A. Magic, evening, Rev, J. S
Hetlilei -on.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton -Rev. E Q. Thompson, M.
A., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. S&Vbath
school and Bible clabs 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Y. P. S. ('. E. Monday at S
p. in. Morning, Rev, W. H, Barraclough, evening, Rev. A.  DeB. Owen,
SALVATION ARMY    Captain C   H.
Qualfe,    C,    O.      Services    will    te
condncted    In    the    s.    a.    barracks
follow      ',     in. knee
Suiulii.'    chooi;  u a.m.,
chute.! in thousands, in millions, ant1
the church lhe ptnzii, the monutulii
the '��� hole land, disi ppeared b n ye'
lt)w swirl of water.���McCIuiVh m is*
'lne.
"ROFESSIONAu.
A.VHEALLER. BARRISTER, 90-
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House New Westminster.    Pbonp 1 in.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers ami solicitors, Blackie lilk ,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whit, s de. II. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solictors, etc. Offices, Ne^
Westminster, Trapp Block, corn n
Clarkson and Lome streets
| jS i^^ai^,-... ��� ��� , .r aw w tv wi  >����� ���' IO   \. V
HslFil
jSlf -fcKi��,^*��W��r:!/.ar��t-.�� j
BOOKING TO AM) FROM ANY
POINTS IN Till'. OLD COUNTRY
CAN  BE ARRANGED AT  THIS OF
FICE.
Empress  of  Ireland Jan. 8th
Corsican       Jan. 22
Fur   other   Tit. ��   nnd   pari!   ilarS,
apply to
lit)   GOULET,
C. P  R   Uem
FIRE ALARM   BOXES
6���Asylum.
6���Roy a i  fay Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth,
12���St.   Mary's   Hospital.
13���Second and Pari; Row.
14���Columbia  and  Dufferln
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth
24���*...i-u avenue and Seeon 1.
25���Fifth  nv����ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���tAgnes and Sixth.
34���Scbanke Machine Works.
31)���Columbia and McKenzle.
3�����C. P.R. Station.
42���Small & flucklin Mills.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
acres, "f which the comtu   cla]  value
would not   exceed  $1.00 an  ac e,  and
the   approximate     estimati      ��� ��     the i
quantity  of   timber  on  this    flooded
area would not exceed  l"      '��� ���    B.M. |
per aci e.
It is proposed thai lh, lei a al i
pi-...sen, record.-.1 by the Companj
: rotii Lake Coquitlam an I fi im Lake
Buntzen be utilized to -.��� nerate tbe
power i equired to op, i at, the said
lurther undi i i. ing of tht i om]
and  al o    ind r thi    said u-d  the
so to be con-, t". ed  b;   I he execution ot the aforesaid i irthi r and'
taking   shall be utilize 1 in the opera
tion of and   thi   cai   ,-inx i
an li rta   In      ol   th.    Coi   V'       previ-
out lj   hereto appro\ ��� , Uj" ���
of Approval of the L tt-Go
��� ���    In CO incll,  and   tl:,::   [he  C
ol Approval of which n,
givi n .lo so provide,
Th,. estimated cost of th ...
ing is about $200,000,
The Power Company  ... . have duly
ibsci i ' 1   ':.' tore        comn   ni es   the
. uci ion    ot   ii;,.     ���        rthi r un-',
��� .tilt; and  workl < .: ���
ol the powers in tha     i      I   onferred
by   the   Witter  Ciausi        C  :.-<>:: latlon
\. ;   1897 Tar:  IV, on    I and I 1000)
tires of one dollar ($1.0  i each   and
lin   furl In r amount of capl  tl  requir- j
. !   :..  fully completi   I hi inder-'
'.iking will be pr I,    ; a loan of one
hundred and ninety-nine   bousanj d >1-
($199,   to :."   m    ���    by    the
British Columbia Eh ct . ��� Railway
. pany, Limited, to the Pow ��� Coin-
: anj to e ecured bj Moi tgage Bouds
of the Power Coin,'..a., in sterling
.. decimal currencj cai r> Ing Intei est
i) such other form ol security as
in i ��� be agreed upon hi i ������'��� 11 n the said
pai ties.
Tli.. time within n hlch the sui.i further capital of one tnousan I dollars
($1,000) Is to be suli-crilc d is two
motubs from the date of obtaining a
certificate of approval of the undi rtak
Ing and works.
Th.. said undertaking    and    works
are to be commenced before the expiration of three months from the date
of obtaining a certificate of approval!
,.to tin- same and the said works shall
J be in operation within two years fiOm
jdate of commencement of the same.
And  upon such application all   the
usual and  necessary  powers  to fully
! and   effectually carry    out     the    said
I proposed further undertaking will    be
| applied  for.
Daled at tho City of Vancouver, in
the Province of British Columbia this
24th day of December, A. I). 1908.
"VANCOUVER POWER COMPANY,
LTD.
R, 11, Sperling, General Manager,
ED. GOULET,
Agent,  New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
-.sat. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
.). W. TROUP.
Oeneral Superintendent. Victoria.
OT       ADVERTISE      ���**
��� IN  ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
TIR  QUICK  RETURNS
To    Bleach   Lac#   Curtains.
Tho safe.-!  way of bleaching Ifjwelcomi
the ..'al fashioned way of letting tht j
gun do mosl of the work.    Lay thp I
curtains  in  warm water to wlucS'
you  have  added the juice  of aijt!
lemons  ami  leave them  there all
night,    In the morning lay them in
the  hottest sun yon  can  !ind and
wet  hourly with sour water.    At
uight leave in cold v. .iter and repeat
lhe lemon juice nroce?s next day,
It will not rot the muslin, as most
b.'iNt. hing powders do.   Finally waab
���n tbe usuiil maiioer.
holiness; ���': p.m., praise; 7 '. > p, m.,
Salvation meeting. Maj... and Mrs.
, .wo. i Is, l'io\ incial i "nun ,n ,. .,. 'oi B
' C. and the Yukon, will conduct the
above meetings, assisted ... a small
silver baud from Vancouver, which
j will   render      pecial   music.     All  are
HOLY TRINITY It- v. A. i hi] Irick,
rector. Holy Communion s a.m., Matins 11 a.in.: evensong at 7 p.m.
ST. PAIL'S REFORMED EPISCO
PAL���Rev.'A. den. Owen, reel ir. Sei
rice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holj Communion iirsi Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meetip.g
on 'ihursdays at 7:30 p. m. Morning,
R<. Dr. T. Wai'dlaw Taylor; evening,
Ri      A'   ll. Barraclough.
WEST PRESBYTEBUN CHURCH
��� -Ri T. Wardlaw T ijlor, M \ . Ph.
I' ter.   Sen lei sat 11 a. m. an I
7 p.  in.    Sunday school   -t  2:30 p.m.
Morning, Rev, R. M  Thorny   u    even
ORIGINAL   AND   ONLY
HI HENRY'S
GREATEST
MINSTRELS
ENTIRELY   NEW
10�����    ���STAR   COMEDIANS���    H���10
14 VOCALISTS 14
Grand  Electrical Sonic  first    part.
Fanciful conception of the Palace of
Aladdin;    grand    double    orchestra;
Tipton Glee Clu'.;  Saxophone    Quartette;   down   the   Mississippi.
Hear the  Famous   Military  Band Con
cert at 7:00 p. m.
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c, and $1.00.
Opera House
FRIDAY, Jan. 15
THE  DISTINCT  DRAMATIC
EVENT   OF   THE   SEASON
A  Superb, Hie,!; Grade Production
of the
Splendid New Western Military Drama
The Lieutenant
and
The Cowboy
Bj Anthony E, Wills.
With
AN    EXCELLENT   COMPANY
Of Specially   Selected Artists,
Management of Pelton &. Bmutzer.
Complete   Scenic   and   Electrical
Equipment.
I _____
Seat  Bale ai   Ii   ill's, Monday.
Admission 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
TENDERS.
I   nd       . i ��� ������    ... th   :u I.
Announcement
Ing, Ri \   r
Mai
k Traoc Marks
DtSIGNS
i*M    ' rWVW""      Copyrights Ac.
anTono ..ending n ��Sc��eh ��n^4 d��crl|.;lon mw
rfolflr aat'eruin otir olUnlon^Smffim
Scientific Htnericam
���ii^^rflifJW
' Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
iCOLUMBlA    ana    McNEEt-EY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ohone  431. p- ��- Eo��  885'
We beg to announce to the
people of Sapperton that we
have purchased from Mr. J. J.
Efford his grocery business,
having taken charge last
Saturday.
Mr. Howard Welsh is now
in charge and it is our intention to increase the stock considerably, in fact we've made
the Sapperton Branch a first-
class store in every particular,
carrying the very best brands
of goods.
Our prices are the lowest.
We beg to solicit the patronage of the people of Sapperton and assure them
satisfaction in every particular.
c. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
at   Ottawa, and i        ud ou the ent
.   ii     :      ��� ���      .     upplles, Britl
nmbia,"  will   i ��� ii'il up to noi
of the
Fifteenth   Day  of January,  1909.
in. suppl lug tb       i . chandlei :���   -1
, cerh s and < quired for I
Ewa    Jones,
'       idian      v<       c        '   iru r
Irltlsh  Col dtiril -    '
^Kea "ii .1 also
|    iti'KNAi'V    MISSION    Pastor,    H      '   stoi ���     forth.  Ughtl    ���-���
��W. W. Bromwlch, East  Btirnab;   Sei , n   th i    ^gem ������    ting  of    .-.-'
vies as follows:    East Burnaby, Sun      rushes,      oomfl ���-      drj   goo
daj   school at two o'i lock;  proa.'bin-:   i tc
service al 3 p.m.; young people's ser-     The    up lt< I  rnished musl   ���     ���
i,,   al   7:30  p.m.;  Thursday,  prayer] i g i nuallty and must b<   delh  i   '
COLL1NGWOOD      METIK IDIST ���
Services al ll a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sun- |
tla     chool a   lu a.m.   Epworth League
Tuesday   Si   p m,    Dun I in Id    school
house; Service al 2 p.m. an |    Sunda ���
chool a*. ���' i' in.    Re\ W.
' pa -tor.i
i No subjects recei led.)
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school al 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
i No Bubjei I    . e.' Ived. |
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J, S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school    and    Bible    class 2:30    p.m
in   accordance   with  the  speclfli -
pn pan d by thi   Agent of the D--t' ���
ment of Marine and Fisheries at Vic-
El,   ''..   from   whom     ��pe< I
tlons  ina,    ��� lined,    .\.I  suppllei
di llvered mua      e  approved  by    the
\ '.. in of tha Depar ment aud the Ol
Heers   of   the   ''<���'��� ��� rnment
11    """���    "">s ~ :"   p^' otherwise they will not   ���    accepted
Morning. Rev. Dr. Rugg; even m Rev, 	
R, m  Thompson.
WEST END METHODIST- Rev. I''.
A. Magee, pastor. Service, at ll a.ni.
and 7 p.in. <'las.s meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunda] bcboo] al 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League Mondaj   al   8   p ui.;    prayei
Morn-
ten I IK',
ic''.in.- \\. iitiesii i> ai v ;i  n
in..  It. \    iv (!. Thomp oo
R.-i    Hr   Rugg.
SAI'I'LRTON METHODIST
R, M, Tnompson, pasitor,   Services al
ll a.in   and 7 p.in:  Suadaj  school at
^::i', p.in. Epworth League on Tuesdaj lessaril}
evening.   Prayer  nifeiinj--    Wednesday'
The ii. partii ��� nt    ���  ��� . ���      tha    ���-' '
to accepi tli" whole or any ; i
-. nder,
Each  ti n li r  mus i  be accomj i    ���
by an accept, :    bequ   on a (ha
Canadian linnl.   tor the sum of \ 0
which amount will be forfeited ���   ll
nocessful ������ nd<  ���    decline!  t., &,
the ��� upplles   b I  the tender prli ���
Paper- copying this   advertisen i il
- Rev. j without   mtho Itj   from    the    n-?art-
ii,- nt wll] nm  be -paid.
The low -  or iny lender not
accepted,
O.  ,1.   DESBARATS,
On-awa, fiih Deceroher, 190'*
evening. Morning, hw. A DeB. Owen; !    Acting Deputy  Minister  of   Mai
evening;  Rev, Dr. T. Wandlaw Taylor.[and Fisheries.
i'rki-: Methodist CHAPBL��� [Departmen* of Marine and Ftsberii
Elghtk street, between Third a.nd
Peurth avenues, class meeting at) io
a.m.; preaching at )1 a.m and 7 p.��i.;
Sunday school at 2:30 p.itn. Rer. T.
II.   Marsh, acting  tustor.
Public Meeting
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the un
il. reigned until 12 o'clock noon, 19tl
January, 1909, for:
  .     The supply of  nine  hundred    i900)
M the request of a number of ran-I Cedar Poles to be delivered at points
payers a public meeting will be held to be designated in the vicinity ol
at'lhe City hall on SATURDAY, the I Langley Prairie and Fort Langley.
9th inst., at 8 p. m.( to discuss the Also separate tenders for the dig-
course of action the city should take ging of holea and erecting said poles,
with  regard to the application of the      Specifications may be had from Ag-
Vai uver Power  Com! any,   Ltd.,  for | ents of this Company.
permission to build a 60-foot  dam at. Lowest or any tender not necessarily
th,. outlet of Coquitlam lake.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hull, lanuary 8, ii'OS.
 ^^^   Accepted.       	
BRITISH COLUMBIA   TELEPHON'
COMPANY,   LTD..
Vancouver, B. C PAGE FOUR,
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY.   JAN. 9
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Fire   Insurance
Department
Hartford Company
Incorporated 1810
Assets       -       -       -     $21,411,439.43
Connecticut Company
Incorporate I Is".".
Assets       -       -       -       $6,195,758.69
Assets
Phenix Company
Incorporated  1853.
-      $9,141,546.04
Insurance Co. of North America
Incorporati d  1792.
Assets
$13,016,911.36
We represent the abov,   old established and reliable companies, which hav, paid dollar for dollar in all great fires since their Incorporation.   Thej paid over fifteen millions  to policy  holders 1
San Francisco fire,   In the New Westminster district they have settled all claims promptly, honorably and  without trouble,   to the assured.   As example see  the  following  fires:--
iftt-r    tb.
At Burnaby
August 26th, 190S
On  Sep't   S   Mr.   Clayton    icknow-
lodged receipt of cheque for payment
of claim in full and arranged to Insure
his new house with us.
At Central Park
January  29th,  1908.
Mrs. Sandell, the assured  wrote on
Feb. 13:    "Your   cheque f r the full
amount of the Insurance was received
this morning."
At
Coquitlam
June 24th, 1907.
Don
aid  Mc
Lean,   the   a~-
Juno
28,  acknowledged   paymeni   ol
loss:
'Thank
s for cheque  dated June
28, in
settlement  for loss in full."
At
Sapperton
S.pt.   I'tll,   1908,
Writing
from     W inn .���
Man.,
.shortly   afl
,r   the destruction   ,
���f   th"
Dynes ston
��� oil Columbia sire.
t,   Mi
T.  E,   Hen
on   .icKti IW Ie iged    "receipt
of  cheque
n full  settl  111 nt    0
1        111!
loss on the
building."
In each of the above cases and In every other case where we have had a fir   loss claim made upon ns, the policy holders have been so well satisfied with the prompt and adequate settlemi al made >,.  th<
panics we represent that they hav.- placed their subsequent insurance with us.
��:o   1
IF   YOUR   HOUSE
FURNITURE,
OR OTHER  PROPERTY
IS NOT INSURED.
SEE
WHITE, SHILES  & CO
260 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
LIFE.
FIRE
AND
ACCIDENT
INSURANT
THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster.  B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
'UNION;**; LABEL/
SATURDAY, JAN.  9,   1909.
FINANCE   AIDS   IMPERIALISM.
, he Canadian Gazette estimates that
tho British public has invi sted over
?20n,noo,(ii)0 in Canada during tne
year that has just closed, In pul 1c
issues  and   for  corporation   loans.
In spit.- of this, Canadian financiers
complain  that  much  money was  not;
placed  out  here   in   legitimate ent r-
prlses which should have I n, and It
Is  io   be   hoped   ib-ii   the   British   In-;
vostor will extend a more cordial re-
spon ii   m t bl    pri si nl yi ar    Th    r .1
.son  for this reluctnm .   i    thai   1   mi
cipal   indebti dm 1 1   ha    bi ��� n    1 eadll) ,
increasing,   and th.   new   towns  have
rai >'l  large  loan s  foi   Impr ,v, mi nl -
dunicipal extra i-agance Is casj   and 0
. rlsl   ui :.'   be pr iclpltu iod,
l.tril sh capital goes abro ; I
causi it. Is natural that In new coun-
,: Ie ii can I'm.I a bei ter p ro Pi 1 C in
:, ie.-, in course ol d v, lopn 1 a oft't r
... iter Interest on in, ��� inu 11 ������ ani in
a densely populated area llki Gi it
Uritain there are 1' \ railways to
open, and the big bti lu, ses are In
ihe bands ol old-1 line Hi ms H . In
Canada the middle west is in thi I ill
vigor of lis development Industrially,
and bi tticm, at . so rapid thai the village of today Ii a city of two or tin t
thousand population in a twelve month.
British Columbia, our own province,
nn,kes great, call.-. 01: the capitalist and
thousands of dollars for railway and
mining enterprises are invested from
' 11 rope.
tVustralla ha* not attracted so largo
an extent of capital as Canada, it is
said, largely tfue to the predominance
uf ihe ia.ioi interest, which ha- been
very chary of outside capital coming
In. Ii is a by-word that much money
has be. 11 invested by European capitalists in South Africa, and the liite
v.-ir was affected in many features by
ibis factor. Outside the empire, In
,-south America, an enormous amount
ul British capital is drifting \ th m-v
railways under con miction and now.
hat the roj ubll ��� 1 have settled down
particularly    Brazil,    Argentine     ind
taken into .account, the total command
of tl)'- Dominion banks over tbe New
York and London financiers has In-
1 ed to over 1175,000,000, two and
a half times as much as It was six
months ago.
If thi- enormous amount of money
was Invested iu western Canada many
Industries which are controlled by
American capital could be placed In
;i different position, independent ot
financial stringencies and high linanco
grafters In th   Republic.
ctheHb'Special..
Your Choice
of  any
TEN   MILLION  FOR
LOCOMOTIVE   PLANT
TOY
in  thi    ������ Indow
TOOAY, 35c.
I
New     York,   Jan.   i ���1 [, of
110,000,000  will   be  expt uT I the
American l/ocomotive Com; q the I
1 instruction of Its projected plant at
Gary, Ind.   The plant, the officers s ���:.
will be one of thi   largest  locomotive
factories in the United Stati ���. with .. '
probable output   if  1,000  I     mottvi
.; y, i".   it will also be the fit it loco
motlvi   plani   tq   ;���    erci     I   wesi   uf
Pittsburg.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE   EtG   STORE."
 1  '   ' ' .! sell r"i' th.     .
Solid    Oak    Writing    Desks    ai
half price  $3.25
Music  Satchels and  Music Rolls
at half price -50c to $2.00
A   lot  o7 Sheet Music at FIVE
��� rs per copy.
Singer  and   Wii    ler  <v   Wilcox
Sewing Machines.
��� ���
Just Arrived
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!    Bran.        Shorts,        Oat Ch Wheat
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oafs,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheal Hour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc,
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY    DELIVl.  :ED
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
Watch  this spac .
HALE BROS. & CO. ,v
Phone 335
186 Columbia   Street,        p.   0.   Dr.,.
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ALL THIS WEEK    g
Brand new winter goods **
selling at a discount of -���
from 10 to 25 pel-��
cent, off the regular
price. Now is the time
to save shoe money. No ��
other store in the coun- 8*
try can give you better ^
shoe satisfaction than ��&
ourselves.
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,���������,., ���,...,, b>.,,,.      61    "    $6.50 brown moose, 15-in. top Prospectors, 5.00 SK
* J*;'..,,     ;; ���..   ;, ., Uj Boys' $2.25 box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5, for    1.75 03
2.50 K*
Just a Sample of Some of Our Prices
���     ' j ii :-'  in in-.- tlUUI   |A^I  ^������msMsstmmsw
-w��e. the continent forms a fin,   fteldlsW u^i      rt, a 1                    ,                    ,,.,,,
iu investment     So much have Japan R] iVlCll S  M fieaVV   DOX  Calf   BlUCll(?rS  foi
��W��  China  attract ,1    British  capital  fcft ��          rj/j rA I                                          I  "V
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and   China  attracted    British   caplttal
that tlv .income drawn by pen ".   In
turee  tiit.c.s  in    <a  years,     i':    conditions of business in Great Britain i
such that Investors are glad  i It
aJiclii. One ol the things n li . li la
sure to discourage capital coming i ito
this country Is the creation ol rival
i nterprises both backed by
capital, as for Instance tli i two pow
schemes at Winnipeg. In oni year
, lie 'l.'onie from foi ��� i n and c doulal
Investments Increased thirteen million
dollars, which .-.lu e. bow Brlti b capital finances thi   woi Id,
There  Ls  another slile  io  thi   |iic-
tui-e.    The big Montreal nnd Toronto
banks have a can  ,n N'cw Vork banks
to ill" extent of about   $122,000,000, of
which elghty-fiv.   million dollars is in,
<-ali loans, and ilu  balance i- ilui   b;
American banks.   Should th     ind   bi
required,   New  Toil;   would   be   com    E?MB
polled   to  buy the  exchange  againBt  Pm
���iiiom   twelv,   million   dollars   of  bal    ^^
in.    lu, by tbe London io thi Canadian  banks,   And with  the Cans linn
Institutions' holdings of L'nlti tl Si
railroad and   industrial  bond    to   i
ffi    "    $2 Boston calf winter boots "
ffl Women's $4 Empress Shoes for   .
$        "       $3.50 American made .shoes for
m    .   "      $2.50 fine kid Blucher cut boots for
SI Misses $2 box calf winter boots, sizes 11 to 2, foi
111 rtir\    r* t-s. ssssssssssssssm.   _    _
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Lined Gloves, for hard work
or fine wear     .   90c to $1.75
Wool Gloves,
Wool Mitts,
Mackinaw Coats,   .
Mackinaw Pants, ���
Leather Coats
Blankets, Comforters
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PU||   I   fPQ  THE WARDROBE
I   JrllLiJLIl   Oj      CLOTHIER
209--211  Columbia  Street
$5 and $0
$4 pair
50c  fl
50c |j
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12ST Many Patr��"s and Friends
i   LADIES AMD GENTLEMEN-
We desire, on this tl���. aawn of a
$2 fine Dongola kid boots, heavy soles,
WHERE CAN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES.
1.75 m
L50I8
$   thanks  for tli" hoftrtv , ���       ��� :" express <
l   will Mtin be a frequent^isttTr tl   "   ^   ^  i,!;!:"  futu"
1   where a hearty welcon .,  .    Iarge ;,IHi  '''��""""'   iu
1.50 ^
a>     ���,,,   ,. . "    """u'   ��l     Ollr
4   wiiero a hearty welcome alwav�� ,     i
J aaways H\vitltB you.
Wth   Seasonable  Greeting.-,,
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
3i<-n of i\\R Rio- F.lprtrir Ram t.i       .....
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C
New^VVestminster, B. C.
23
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J """   aeasonable  Greeting.-,,
W ^uffiMBERLIN th^��.
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New Year Goods
1 '���! opened up direci from r,,,,    .
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T^J- TRAPP & CO., Ltd. SATURDAY,  JAN. 9,   1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGC FiVi"
More Interesting
Items for
January Sale
Our aim is to oiake this sale an even greater success than any former one, and for this reason we
are sparing no effort or sacrifice to submit for your consideration, goods that are in demand at the present
moment and marked down to such an extent as will compel them speedy exit.
Two Monster Values in Women's Coats
What is more serviceable at this moment than a good .stylish servle.a de coal al less than half price.
$20.00 Coats tor S10.50
Forty c..,i     in Kersey and Broadcloths, fancy coverts and tweeds, seven-eighths lengths,   Loose, tight, and
semi-flit in n. ail new, perfectly tailored and thoroughly up-to-date. Regular ?20 values for  $10.50
$10.00 Coats for $5.00
Twenty-three in  thus  lot, all sizes In plain and fancy cloths. Three-quarter    and    Beven-elghth     lengths,
good, -.smart garments. Regular jio.bb values for $5.00
A Clean
Sweep - Out
In FURS
$5 and $6 Furs for $2.50
In i ..'.are1:, ��� ind throw-over scarfs, ma ei'ial
Russian liar.. - :! sajble, white foraline, etc. Regular $f. vain      tor $2.50
25   Per   Cen*   Off  all   Other   Furs  and  Muffs,
Bargains  stri Women's
Warm  Underwear
7'.       iirmei        fop
\    - '        el.:
Ladies'   Warm   hygiene
��� h,    Regular 7T.r    for
 45c
Women's  Moreen
Underskirts
$: ...i  \,,itie.. ���  i   .<..-_',. iii nil shades    of   moreen
in i   ling  Mack    Flounced     and     Knife     pleated,
varied    styles.   Kc-gu        ���>:..""'  for        $1.25
Clean Sweep-Out of
Boys' Underwear
All our sampl' -'. s' and youths' underwear lu
be cleared ��� ���' Tb. quantity i- limited >o pica ���
hurry if you want ;������ get some. The regular
prices of tin���- are 75c, 90c and $1-00 per garment. Wear, going to make things hum in this
section and have reduced them to one price, p.-r
garment     50c
$1.50 Boys* Sweaters for 85c
All our stock of Itoys- Sweaters that sell at $1.26 and $t.r." on sal" a-,  p.-r garment
85c
Warm Blankets For These Frosty Nights
Are you aware that we have one of ih" largest, if nm the largest, stocks of blankets  iu   Brlti h  Columbia,
we buy direct from the manufacturer and  -ave all middlemen's profits.
$5.00 Blankets for $2.95
These blankets ate a well known Canadian make. Three part- wool and one pari cotton,  in  white only.
The regular pric- i- $"'.00.   January Sale price $2-95
Good Blankets at Cost Price
Th.   mild w nt< ;��� has unfortunately left en our Lauds too many of tbe heavyweight,  pure wool    blanket*,
iii.   ng [rom 8 to 12 pounds.   For this week we will Bell these at cost.    N��to the undermentioned prices:
;<   fflanketa  for       $6-75  |6.00 Blankets fo    $4.50 $6.75 Blankets for , ..$5.25
$7.50 Blankets for $5.95 $*.oo Blankets for  .
Or y News
Chiei   lohnnle,   of   Coquitlam,   waa
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tile     I...
it ihe city jailer last
' venl   -. .,,,   1,,,. 0iii   charge  ol  inso-
briei,
Kno     th,   cuver oft a lox  of "B.
C" c'gai   and try one.   It will make
jti "hit." *��
���\ meeting of the city council will
be h.-li tins afternoon to appoint the
statul       committees  and other  busl-
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TEA SERVICE OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over these
BIG SPECIALS!     II    BIG SPECIALS!
10-I'iec.   Egg Shell China Tea Service;   best    Staffordshire    English    ���
manufacture;  gold lined and rimmed and beautifully decorated floral   ���
designs; worth $20.00; for $3.90   "*
Here's Another Crackerjack���
104-Plece  English   Porcelain Dinner Service;  beautifully    decorated;
���    worth $20.00; for
���
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$7.5ii
*       About 30 Teapots; worth T.Oc each; to be cleared out for 25c. each.
$6.25 $6.50 Blankets for
$5.00
Marvellous Values in Embroidery;   1 5c values for 1 Oc
On,  thousand yard- embroidery; various widths; Swiss and Eng\lsh makes.   Regular 15c, and 20c values
Januarv Sale Price
,10c
SILKS at Ridiculous Prices
Over 225 yards of tine Soft Louisicnnc Silk that s, 11 regularly at 76c    and 00c yard;   suitable for evening
gowns   tea gown*, etc. all self-colored, in myrtle, fawn, pink,'champagne; regular  70c  and 90c.    January
 35c
Sab  Price	
35c Sheeting for 20c yard
h.,s wide: pur.- white; strong and durable quality. January SalePrice 20c. yard
Pillow Cases,  2 for 25c
tin ,10/  Pillow Cases; lu and 42 Inches; 32 to B5 Inches long; of gooj long staple cotton.   January   Sale
 2 for 25c
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White Bedspreads Reduced
$6-", Marseilles Bed Spreads for $4.50 l  $3.00 Grecian Spreads for	
|5.00 Marseilles Bed Spreads for $3.75 | $1.50 Marsala and Honeycombs (,������
25 per cent. Off All Comforters During January.
.$2.25
$1.00
T�� H- Smith's January Whitcwear Sale
i.
Mayor  Keary .and  Alermi.u  Jardine
are   expected   to   return  from Vernon
today,  where  they   have attended  the
union of meetings of 13. C, municipal!-]
tl<.-.
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
UEE'8 BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
!
Qamon'a for Royal City Mixture
A public  meeting  is  called  for to-lj
��������������������������
night to discuss the Coquitlam dam
proposition, more particularly with
reference   to  the city's   ;.,rtlon   in  the
matter,
For first-class cut flowers and
kind    of    Floral     work,
Davl, ' Greenhouse, B208,
To the General Public:
telephone   a>
Tne annual meeting of the Mission
t   SEE
Band Of St. Andrew's church will be ���
held at three o'clock this afternoon,J{
when officers for the current year will I J
he  elected. ���
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive ���
merit���the "Brillaute," made by the ��
ll. C. Cigar factory. *���  ���
IX
of   the! ���
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It ts our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.    An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash. '
Women'
Auxiliary    of    the  *
al Columbian hospital will    meetlj
11 lu  the board of trade  mom on  .\lon-  J
day   afternoon   at   thr-.-e   o'clock,   In- ���
stead of on the regular meeting day,' ���
' of the month. ��� Everything   you   need  for  the   Family
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0p*MS
���
���
Columbia   Street.        Nev    Westminster,   B.  C.        Phone  S2.
I".   ;s! Eggs! Eggs! You will get lots
"of iliem if you feed Hans Voglsang's
Poultry  Food.    At   your  Grocer's    or'
D ugglst's. **    j
Dinner al
Westminster
Trasisf er Co.
The Moody Park Store L
The  postponed  meeting  of  the  W.   Also���
('. T.  i:. will  1." held in the I, agu
parlor of Queens  avenue    church  <n
Monday afternoon,   commencing  at  11
o'clock,  when   matter?  of Importance
will be discussed,
. fo   -1 00, and a ft
ortment of Seasi aable Goods,
as-1
rrtee T'bone  18o.      Barn  Tnoue ',37
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ol tne city.
W.  H. SM
Corner Sixth   AV'*   and   Tenth
ith, Proprietor! Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-1 "AM  DEPOT.
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hT^ssmmirrtxzj/EjMt i-acsra i
Investigate our methods and learn
i how to save when you spend mom :���
1 at the Co-operative Store, Sixth street.
| OpeU Saturday.
< in.' of  the  ci nsu    enum t-ators,   1.
j ii. Rushton, bus noi  yi-i      ��� i a ���:
I. implet,   his returns,  ���> hb h ..  ���, how
'.���������:.   expecti .i   today.     I'h ,s.    ahli b
:.'������   in show  .ui inc, ������:,      ,n previous
i return?.
; Laki  profits ou youi o -vu trading by
.������.'": ilng a member of the Co-operative   Association   and    buy ing     your
goods at the new Sixth Street Stor.-,
Cunningham Block.
On account of the condi ions of thej
ground the match ai Vancouver this;
afternoon between the Nationals and'
the Westminster football team has,
been postponed, It was ;i geml-flnal
' In the 15. C.  cup serie?. |
!
All dealers handle "B. 0." and "Old.
i Sport"     cigars.      The    old    reliable
j brands. ���*
I
I    The   local   consumption    of   water
i during the nlghl   hours has increased]!
five   times   the   normal   through   the
common  practice of leaving tho taps'i
running to prevent freezing.   The su-
perlnti ndent of waterworks has cut off
si Hue of the supplies on that account,   I
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For table decoration? and    wedding;
bouquets���a specialty. King up   Tidy,
the Florist, 1st **     ���
Mi - Ada Murcutt, who b.,d been I
Indisposed for some lime, has now
sufficiently recovered to warrant her
resuming her scries of Sunday evening lectures, Tomorrow fhe will lecture In the opera house on "The Sins
and Soi rows of a Great  < 'ity "
The disorganization ,,f traffic ou tho
,;. \, it. lines, resulting from a train,
wreck near Belllngham on Thursday
evening, was responsible for the can- j
ccliatiou ,,f yesterday evening's Owl
train from the south.    The afternoon ,
southbound train Was also cancelled.
I
The accommodation arranged at the
High  Bchool  for  the  uew   pupils  has
not  yet  been completed,   and it  nviy |
be a day or two yet before they can
be    accommodated.      Meanwhile    a
teacher   of   exceptional   qualifications
has been wired for trom Winnipeg.
In the opinion of skaters who, have
patronized both places, Burnaby lake
offers a much smoother surface than
Trout lake The number of people
who are enjoying the few brief day?
of winter sport is increasing dally,
everyone realizing that the cold spell
ca mot ia it much longer. This afternoon d hock, inatcn will be played
iu   Trout   ���(���..'  between   teams   i>ep-
. anting '. unlnsier and Vancouver
bankers. Both sides Include swift
travel! ra ��� 11 n,fty puck gulders.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   ...
RESERVE  ..
 t)l 4,400.000.00
        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New f'undland. and  In   London,   England,
New York. Chicago and SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   Ten-
eral Banking  Business Transae,t->rj.
.etters of Credit issued, available wi tl correspondents  lu all oailn ot ih*
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of ll hi., upwards
and Interest allowed at S per cent, per annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Q. O, BRYMNBR, M'n����-
0��C*O*O*C*O*C0.>O��K)404C4O��>O C^0*0*0*0*O*CX>0��0*0*O��>0*Q
A Convincing Argument
lu favor of placing your tnsuran ���- In the companies I represent
i- thai tl: ������ are all Rellal I ... idlan Companies, carrying full
government deposits and reserves, and they cnargi you less than
you have been paying tor your Insurance elsewheie.
Keep .'..ur money In Canada and at the same time save a substantial amount.
Enquire for Hates.
wnrifiw
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork   >.i
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St. r.iur. oiA.
iTMirr
the Daily news.
SATURDAY, jam, b .
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Minstrels  Tonight.
Lovers  of  refined,   respectable  and:J,
strictly first-class, high grade amus.- aj.
ment   will  have   their  opportunity  ofiV
attending this class  of entertainment | I
when   the   famous  Henry's   lulnstrels   .
appear   at   the  opera   house   tonight.  .r.
They  will arrive  in  their own special 14*
Pullman   cars   and give   a  big  street
parade  at noon.    On  the  opening ofj^
the performance the curtain will rise
on   one   of   the   grandest,   most gorgeous first part settings ever seen on
any stage.    The scene is a glitter of
pearl   and   gold  with   prismatic   light
effects.     Elegant   costumes,   twentieth] 4*
century   comedians,   superb   cultivated I *t
singers   and grand   orchestra,   oflVring
tho  latest   ballads   and  comic   song.'
and  humorous ditties.    A superb olio
will follow in which all of the brigh
stars   will   participate, each     end   of
every department   being  composed   of
the leaders in their line.
PRINTING
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OURIJHORK SATISFIES
OIK PRICES ARE Kil.lll
Hates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
LOT 7, Block 36
on the corner of R0yai avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory sile; B. c. Electric and C. P. R.
tracks run past this p.operty. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms.    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Mall Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hour
which Is half an iioui
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R  PEARSON, Mgi
-jj. ��� Tig New Westminster,  B. C. 5
:s t Irifriuin X Morrknn ii04^0*0*0*0*00*0404^
aj. Daily News Block. j,
f New Westminster. Phone 388 j ���������������������^���������^����������������������>e����#��^>>>t>t>tf >4f y>f ^^^^..^^
In
Military   Drama.
"The  Lieutenant and   the  COW-
Wing
 ........    aiau     .ue    '"""I��� . ,.
boy," the new western military drama |   e  "
that has proven such a great success
this season, Messrs.  Pelton  & Smut-
zer,  managers of the company  which
presents the play at  the opera bouse
on  Friday, January 15,  have  secured
one   of   ihe   best   pieces   of   theatrical
property  in the  country.    The  mem
bers of the  company  were  carefully|
selected  for their personal  fitness for
the different  characters.    "The Lieutenant   and   tile   Cowboy"     is   a   distinctly   high-grade   production, and as
Mich richly deserres the banner business of the season.
P. 0.  Box 665 1
The Strongest
Made
Yuen co.,] TBEMSSfflSKANGE
LADIES'   AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY
RANGE.
kHARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. James, j. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block     ��
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PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OP P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 to 5; evening, 7: Ho to 1".   Admission 10c,    skates    25c.    During    the
Christmas    holidays    school   children      ,,���, lulu
mder twelve  will  be admitted every Lions apply
���lay from   10 to  12 for  15c, Including
kates, and on Saturdays between the I
-nine hours for lOn, including skates.
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m :
train  for  Agasslz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points
Reservations made for firsi clas
sleepers  tourist and steamer cabins.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
Commutation tickets now on sale.
For further particulars and reserva-
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl,  Pass.   Vgt.   Vnneouvtw.
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,   Front   St..   Foot  of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
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ADVERTISE       TM
������  IN ���
DAILV       NEWS
'OU   WANT   HELP.
P. O. Box  474.       Tel. 53,        Res. 429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
l1-; to 25 h, p., 2 and -I cycle. Best
value cm the market. Engines kept in
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
of closing,
as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday me the C. P. R- south
and C. P. K. east mallB, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Eraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mabs Despatched.
6:00 a. in. (closed at cloven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver    via
G. N. li. "Owl."
7:30 a.m.���Vancouver aud (except
Tuesday) Victoria, via B, C. Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster aud Huntingdon, B.C., via 0. P. R. south; also
C. P. R, east, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and   Seattle,   including all U. S. points east and south;
i also all points between New Westminster aud  Itlaine,  via G. N.  R,
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Clover Valley, Surrey Ceutre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
mere, Port Kelts, Hall's Prairie and
NIcomekl despatched dally except Sunday; Clayton, .Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday anl Saturday; Tynehead
and Hon Accord, Wednesday and Saturday. Th.se malls are all received
same days as despatched.
11:00 a.m. -Vancouver, Victoria and
via H. C. Electric rall-
S. points east and south, V|, <��� ^7
"Flyer." lN-1
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R. east,
Fraser Mills and Coqultlatn
Note.���The two 7:30 a.m
malls, south  and  east,  I a I,,.
���SaW*rto,
'.   in
N. B
Hii
Central Pari
way.
I    12:30 ; tn
berland am
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
New Westminster
Tenth street,
Strawberry  Hill,     I
South W't sttuitist, r,
j courier (Tuesday and F'ldayi.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by cotui. :.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham I land and Sunbtiry, daily
except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday nnd Saturday, via steami i
Fa ii in . c ,:. I. C. Bruce. (Steve
ton mail d< spat bed and receivi il ��� i
Vancouver. 1
2:30 Vancouver   and    P
Siding, via G. X. R, north.
4:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via  li.  ('.  El,   :: ii   railway,    S I
jan extra mail is despatched to   Vic
| toria -. ii, Vancouv, -his hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all  U
1    P. R
mail f,
all  points    from    New     \y.
east  (including  Langley   .,ml ^     r
via Port Haney.)    The 2:30 p.m. <,!'
It. despatch  omits  all Low,
points cast of  Coquitlam . '
Meadows, Port Haney, Pon H     ,,.
Webster's      Corners,    Mi.,,,,,    Q
Agassiz and  Harrison    Hoi
Mails for Port Moody and B rnet ^
both via Vancouver and C  p
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Hlalno and   s.
ciuiiing till r. s. polnti, via G
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawbi
Tlmberland   and South   \y,
by courier (Tuesday and Frld ij
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver m,i
via B. C. Electric railway.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver, via rj  ;,��� ,,
10:00  to  11:00 a,m.���Ladni     por
(iulclion, Westham Island au
day, Thiiisda.   and Saturday     .,,.
ward, via Bteamer Favourite,
tun despatched and received
couver.)
12:30   to    1    p.m.���C,    P
Sapperton,  Fraser Mill    and
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver. Cent
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m���East Burnaby,      .. ,:,
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, bj
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle
eluding all 0. 8. points; al o a   ,   :,-.
���"���tween Blaine and New Westn
via G, x. H.   iSre note above is to
days on  which  these  malls at    lei
patched and  received.)
i ��� i" p.in ���Vancouver via C
"Flyer."
6.00   Vancouver  via  B   C. E ���-���:��� i
railway.
.  ... p.m    Victoria \  i Van i
7 oo p.m ���Sumas    in    Se ���-. ���   h
eluding all U. 8. points and .        i
' ween Huntingdon and x- w V-    trait
ter, vi.i  i'   iv  R. aouth;  als,   Prase!
Mills
l.on p.m.���C. P. R, east
Vai
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If you've FOUND Anytli
YOU DONT KNOW
Unless You  Have Already Tasted If..
overnment Inspec
Is  to  the  Pa Kate
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Perl fWf t,��        i     ,    ,
 ~ �������'��-.." "X T����!SJ?��z2z
MUTTON, PORK ��W VEAL
Killed. Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanity supervision only.
The RcichenbacfTcoTliJ
Wholesale *nA R<^:i d..^i    _ ���     *-��lU��
Wholesale and Retail Butcher
Columbia St., New W
���j SATURDAY, JAN.  9,   1909.
the daily $ma.
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REID   &   CO.
A NEW YEAR
Clean Sweep Sale
At the commencement of each year we hold a House Cleaning Sale���a Sale inaugurated for the purpose of sweeping out
of the house every Winter Garment of every nature���wearables
of every sort for Men, Boys and Children.
It's good business on our part to do so���far better than to
carry  stock another season.
The end of our SELLING time on Winter Goods is In sight;
the end of the WEARING season is three or four months away.
Our "SWEEP SALE" Is Your
Opportunity
ALL OUR  MEN'S  OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS, MEN'S SUITS,
AND MEN'S PANTS
Reduced 25 per cent, on the
TRADE
BE   SURE  TO   GO
TO  THE
dollar
$25. 3vercoats for..$18.75
$20.00   Overcoats for..  15.00
$16.00   Overcoats for..   12.00
$12.50  Overcoats for, .    9.40
$10.00  Overcoats for..    7.50
$7.00 Men's Pants for..55.25
JG.00 M"ir i Pant io  . .  4.50
$5.00 Men's  Panti foi . .  3.75
$4.00 Men's Pants for., 3.00
$25.00 Men- Suits for $18./'5
$22.00 Men's Suits for 16.50
$18.00 Men's Suits for 13.50
$15.00 Men's Suits for 11.25
$10.00 Men's Suits for     7.50
Soft and Stiff Felt Hats, 25
per cent, discount.
$4.00 for $3.00; $3.00 Hats
for $2.25; $2 F.0 bats for $1.85
Jno. I!, Stetson Hats 10 per
cent. off.
Nothing Reserved        Everything Goes
Twenty-five per cent, off Men's Heavy Underwear, Men's
Sweater        Men's    Heavy   Working  Shirts, Fancy  Vests,  etc.
All iines of Dr, Jaeger's Pure Wool Underwear and Sweat-
���   -   sacrificed 25 cents on the dollar.
It will pa)   jou  to invest ���,, eevrything  in our line that you'll te apt    to want  for
nome.   This Sale means a lo s to US, but���
A   MONEY   SAVING   PROPOSITION   FOR  YOU !
We will be unable to charge any  goods at the cut prices.
&   CO-       Nobby CLOTHES For Men
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
Our store has been
tried and proved
to be the best
i
and most relia-
ble for prices
and quality.
i
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I To encourage cash
|   buying, we will
submit   the
following:
ttf W W
x iv    inc.
ll Grand FREE Drawing
FOR THE
:
| Beautiful and Costly Oak Cabinet of SILVERWARE
CONSISTING    OF   NINETY-SIX    PIECES.
IT   IS  AN   ORNAMENT  TO  ANY   HOME.
BRING    YOUR   COUPONS    TO    THE
DRAWING   TONIGHT   AT
9 O'CLOCK.
To win this beautiful .and costly prize your coupon tuns, be presented when the drawing is made.
At 9 o'clock sharp a munlr��������� will be drawn, If ii is noi claimed
J in live minutes, another number will be drawn, and bo on until the
H      prize Is won.
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| FraserValley Meat Market!
256   COLUMBIA   ST.    ���
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l      PHONE   300. 	
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VALUE OF FINGER*
MADE IM CANADA
VICTORIA CROSS TEA, per lb..-40c
STERLING. COFFEE,   L-lb. tins...25c
Fine large bottles ol   TOMATO  CATSUP,   :       bottle 20c
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Three   bottles  Of TOMATO
CATS1 P  for   	
25c
���
[NOTICE.
��� ynoptls     of     Canadi.-tu     North-west
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even nutu ered section of Dominion lauds in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and -'<.
not reserved, may be boniesteaded .. ���
any person who is the solo head of a
family, or an.- I . ov, . ..-. years of
age, to tbe . \teut ot one-quarter see-
tion of ItiO a, res. more or leas.
Application r..��� entrj niii3t ot
made  In i ersou I       applicant  at
a Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-
agency for tin: !.:'., in which the
land is situate. Kntr\ l,\ prosy may,
however, be made it an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending   homesteader.
The home.-leader Is rejuired to
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
tl) At 1, asi. six months' residence
upou and iillivatiuu of the land in
each yea.' for  three years.
(2) a Homesteader may, if lie so
desires, perform the required residence .duties by living ou farming
laud Owne.l solely b. hiin. not less
than eir.. (SO) urn a lo Rxtent, In
tho vlclnit, >,f his homestead, Juim
ownership in land will not meet this
requl rem i:t.
(3) if in..- father (or mother, if the
father is It ceased) of a homesteader
Das permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty iM)) acres in extent, in
the ��lciiti'.. of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the .1 ii Ity, such homesteader may
perform bis own residence duties by
living with the lather (or mother).
(4) ii..   ��� rin "vicinity" in the two
��� preceding   paragraphs  Is   defined    as
meaning not more Ukui nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive nf the width
of road a lowanoes crossed iu tne
measurement.
(6) A homestead��. Intending to
perform his residence duties in ac
cordaiue with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
8ix months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
\V.  W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of tha Interior
ADVERTISE IN  l'Ui: DULY NEWS
NOTICE        her. ,-en that   ap
plication will bo mad. bj the Vancouver Westminster and Yukon Ra.lway
Company to the Parliament of Canada at its next Session for an Act to
extend the  time  for commencing tha
.;i :.-.., tion ol   th,   branch   Un, s  authorized   by  Chapter  176 of the  Stat
..��� -  .'f Cana la, 6  Edward VII, ' eing
'..-:
1 .i'    Prom ;i : oini on the main 11ns j
betw, e i And    .   a la     an   Gre -n lak
running along or near  Llllooet   Lak
Llllooet River and Harrison Lake, and
thence southeasterly to a point on the
international boundary line, at or near
the  town of Huntingdon, in th.-  Province i :' British Columl
IM  Prom a point on the main line j
��� ��� iveen LUlooi I a id Q ie inei, runnin ;'
in  an  eastei ly dli ictioi    through  i li
baslit of Que me] l. ik ��� to a point at oi
ii. ar Tete   la in,   I a   ie;
ici  I'."in a point on the ma u line
���. en tb.-  Cottonwood and   Willow
outh-easterly to   Bar- j
,..   '.
Id i  l :. in   ���  : ii on t. .��� main line
In British  Columbia on Willow   river,
.   ��� ��� >   to th    Era el   rl\
thi it.-e along the Eraser river lo Ti ti
Jauni   each.', thi nci   tl rough the Yoi .
low Head  Pass, thence by the    most
(onvenl in  route to Edmonton;
Until tii. 13th day of July, 1912. an I
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said branch lines in operation until the 13th day of July, 1911
And authorizing the Vancouver,
Westminster and Yukon Railway Coin
pany, subject to the provisions of
Sections 361, 362 and 363 of the Railway Act of Canada, to enter Into
agreements with the Burrard Westminster Boundary Hailway and Navigation Company for any of the pur
pos.-s specified in said section 361.
Dated at Vancouver this   24th   day
Of December,  1908.
MARTIN, ORAIG, BOURNE    & HAY
445 Granville street, Vancouver.
B.C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver   West
minster and Yukon Railway Co.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Elflht strs��f
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
| WHEN YOU Ml. ANY KIND OF
REPAIRING DONE
Such as (inns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery repaired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St,       "Man on the Whi el,'
FOR SALE CHE/ P.
Largt   st, am whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDEH.L
Speck Block,  Near Tram Office.
Phone 275,
Sent On Approval ,
To ll- SPONSIBLE Pi-'.i. ri.K    *   >"��� i
N   '
Three b tt   ���   . ���   Wl iRl ES ' ERSH1RE
SAUCE   for   . ... .25c
Fin,   MINCI MEAT,
��� ��� II
10c
iWISS SOAP . .25c
E      IB    -  : '��� ���   Tl HI ill   SOAP. . ,25c
WESTERN POULTR t'  f-'i IOD   three
packag
25c
Fin     \ '     '     VL1 VN c VNNED RABBIT, tin    25c
PORK AN1   BEANS I as for.25c
FIv,   -    . -:    .:���' ' ��� .. .25c
Three  ti      oi        ' HERRING
for 25c!
"i bt-se goods   a
FOUNTAIN PEN
RED GEM M
$ TSha InK Pencil
These
Two
Popular
Articles
-' lor only
Post
paid
to an>
address
m a
Illustration, a,e L>act Sua
Every pen guaranteed
full 11 Kt. Mini Gold���cut .n
un riKht hit,,.I may lie hml '"
ni either our stan.lanl m
I.lack opaque pattern, or 11
.'-on-hreakuble Transput- /���
nil, ns desired, either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
Yc��u may try this pen a w.rlr,
If ynu.!., u..t li.id i....,.., ,..,,,,, i
a > "It. r   arllola Ulan ynu can ,f-
euro  for ihxki iimu rats anctAt.
"'���'���  In   any other make, It .,. 1
entirely   eatibfarlury in every ir-|
���I'ri't retn.n II and. wa ��lll ��en.l I
)ou��l.l0iorll.
Cir o�� I In I, ������r fam<..a and ,'
Popular Hu, Ota Ink fauril.
complete leek proof triuniph....,
,.a rarrie.l In any pot,!,.... rill
pocket or ���ltnppjnit t.atr, wrltai ��'
any IBfll M flr.t touch. I'MI-
num (urine) feed. Iridium
p.'lnt, poll,had vukan,tad roller
r"-. teira ontta t....��h. Knt.ll
everTMicr. for |M. A.-- ....
wanted WrlW for term.. V rile
o.v " I, . you forget."    JUdreM
|* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*!
?5     NM'.rstlc Bldg.,
Detroit. M|.<b
**���        ADVErtTlBE        V��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
' ... bargain
,rlfc i limited I       only.
m
& ��3 4Q
�� H m
Public Supply
WhMt   the   *.'urio*>��   ("otiatriea   ;,1   Raju-
r.,r��e Allow  ' ..r   llielr l��r��.��.
Tbe diffei--r.it fingers are ftr C^at*.
anting the /tatne value In the eye' of
the law with refer��ucc o their fune
tlonal utilization. Much the most !m-
portaat la the .humb, for without it
preln'iiiiou would be very Imperfect
The hand in no longoj pinchers, but
merely * cla*-, .\beii deprived of tf,��
Lbumb. it may ��� - estimated that the
thumb r-:> -s.'Li i ft-.lly a thlrtl of \ht
ioU] vain.' ur tbe hand. The French
courts ali'jV 15 to -io per cent valua
for tbt right biuiti and 10 to 15 for
the left Tbu Austrian schedule gives,
from 15 per cent for the left to 25 per
cent for the right. lu Germany ~i<>
*u.d US per taiit and even as high a��
8.1.3 per ceut has been awarded. The
percentage Is basftl on 10<) as the tola
Industrial value u." the band previous
to the :ic.-lilent, a loss of r/0 j,er cant
represonting half of Hie value, etc.
The iotal loss of tbe Index ringet
causes an ii cnpaclty estimate tit 10
to Ij i nt In Austria, 10 to '_V> p*>
cent in llermuny, 15 per cent for tt-.*
left and 20 per ceut for the right oy
Italian lurts, The Frwn alio* 1."
per cent.
The aalddle ���'.���. -er 1st of tuucli morH
importance than ibe index, stutes I>r
M.-ttrutm, ivhoin we are citing and vrb'v
Is ;..) small authority, for a great lo^i
��� f force la ooscrved lu the band when
'.. ��� ti iger is amputated. Yet almost
nil the authorities ascribe les�� impor
tai..-,�� to It th.V! tlit> index. -Hie Italian
law idlows .r. (>.t cent, the Austrian i,
to io per cent.
Tun ritta: ringer is the least Important
Its i rtal lass oct",, does not canse in
capad'Ly. The Austrian tariff nsslral
lates (his 2np;er i i the middle one. TLs
ItiiTtnr, tow is llberul, wjth 8 per cent
The French ai d ��� man I Ibunals often refuse indemnity, considering tin
tncapacltj r, suiting from the lou .'��
very slli
The little linger i  a; ,,,- couipuretj t
tin- ring, ex, cpl   In  t   ��� | 'ofes iloi 9 .
rbJch it serves h    ������ ;      I of  11
fur tho hand,   it nmy b   rei   irked
that the an   11      ���   : I ��� ������> i il 11
conslderatl   . Ir theat <es - I'hRado'
tibia Uf.'in'l
'I!:.-   t.ol.n.
Bertie (to cn��'.��ll '.    ��� irehint  '��� >t  i'1-'
ball)���W bat , r ��� you loo        I here I
Why, I nut , bit ��� driveu it flfl ' yard"
farther! Diplomatic Caddie   But some
times they hit a stone, sir, aud boUUC*
buck u terrible distance.
r��� ir\ it r^'TiJi 4W V.
m iitfBiBfJnF
It is to tiio cdvantag
of every L'ousokeepor
in Canada : >uss t^cra
MaslcBaking P -.'.'tier.
Glllett's Perfumed Lye.
Imperial Caking Powder.
Gtllott'o Cream Tartar.
Roy-1 V-.,st Cakes.
Olllett'a Maram, '.:,r.'^c.
Magic iljlcliv; God
Olllett'o Washtn ;Cry. ::!.
MADE FOR OVER
SO YliARS
ii'.i.-i.lijhrd 1852)
E. W. G11.LETT CO.. LTD.. Toronto, Or.t.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioncw Limited" St. Paul tc-
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tue service on jny
railroad in the world that equal in
equipmcrit that ol the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
iwn and operate their own sleeping
md .'inh; ';T8 on alll their trains and
give .'' i ., trons an excellence of
serv .      l.    , btainable  elsewhere.
... _    ROt'.t, General Agent.
, (j   Third !vu, cor AI^T  Portland. Or.
1 rains & Steamers
A   , 1 ,
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w      We itmln I  r
17:4J and 22.
���  Itm ii It, :���    I": 17,
1     (u and 23.
Will,i.c   to   S.-f.
Mrs. Enpeck The ptiilosi^hors teh
ns that blessings often come to u+ la
disguise. Mr. Enpeck (with u sudd At)
show of spirit!- Maria, when are yo��
ttolng to unmask'/
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Tito  Pnlc
Little Marble (readlngl What is a**
'Y>t>le of flvllization," Tommy? SuuM!
Ton,my���Oh, some new brand of fflc��
ponder, I suppose.
The root of all dlscouteut Is self Iuv��
-���Clarke.
.ul..t .    .s'.'l, I ill' .'>   II.ill,WAV.
v.   ���.'. i ��� a . S al tie i i>.nt.
L,,. i\   vv. i .... en.    ar, Seattle 10 p.m
I..   \. W, U:M a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.in.
Lv. Seat: 10 i i., ar, N, W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattl, 1:25 p.tu., ar. N. V. D:65
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N' "���'.'. 6:20
a. m.
O. N. R.���POUT OTJIPHON.
No, 397    leaves   New  Wfatmlns
3, 0 p.m., arrive Qulohon ti p.m. Fridays;  also couuectionb by  10:10 a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
4:36 Thursday.
Leave Otilchon fl:H0 a.m., arrive N' w
Westminster 8:15 Fridays; also connections by 2 p.m. except Gulchon
Tuesday and 6 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9.55
p.m. for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
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FOR  YOUR
HEATING   STOVESI
Good assortment, just arrived
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A. Hardman     A. James    J. McClughan
TRUST   BLOCK,   FRONT  STREET
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!!!* Beef lea
Is ;i good line these cold days.
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF In
16-oz. bottles, each $1.00
BOVRIL
bottles
i, 8    and    16-oz.
CANNED  SALMON,   "SOCK-
EYE,'' two cans  for 25c
Two can- COVE OYSTERS.28c
Two can- PUMPKINS 25c
Two tina fresh SARDINES, ,25c
Two  can- CLAMS 25c
These are the very best clams
canned.
TWO cans TOMATOES 25c
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TEACHING  MONKEYS.
ftlmple   Aeti  Th��t   Are   Too   DifflMJI
For Simians tu Learn.
It wonld be a very simple matter for
���  fourteen months old child to learn
to pull In, by means of a very light
' toj- wooden rake, an object which It
could not reach with its bands, and yet
Jlmrnle, a very' tatlie Rhesus monkey
of mine, writes John B. Watson In
The World Today, spent many tiays. In
trying to learn this simple act and
briil not learned to manipulate <he rake
when ojr patience ran out Jlmrnle
was kept moderately hungry st th��
t>me of the experiments; he was tetl��
?red J use eut of reach of some very
tempting food (malngn grapes). A light
top wooden rake was given him. Instinctively he grasped it, bit It, then
dropped it and began straining at his
tether and reaching out ns fnr ns possible with his foreleg, making vain efforts to scratch in his food. The rake
was then put around one of the grapes,
ami the handle extended toward -tif
inie. instantly be grasped the handle
as before and Jerked It, and the grape
rolled within reneh of his paw. The
rnke was dropped and foqpttes and
the faithful paw utilized for the completion of tb�� act.
Now what happens when the grape
has been eatent The rake is still wit��-
ln his reach, and the grapes are still
| outside the pale. Does he perceive'the
relationship existing between "food
out of reach, rake will lengthen paw,
ergo, use rnke." Not Jlmrnle. And he
Is the brightest of six. As long as you
will kindly hook tbe blade of the rake
around the grape and extend the handle toward him he will condescend to
pull in the rnke anil consequently the
grape, but he has never yet both
pushed out ncd then pulled In tbe r*k#
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality,
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   Illus-j of his own Initiative
trated Songs.   Program changed Mon ��� \ 	
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special  Matinee    fer    Ladies    and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
rai
Don't   Forget
THAT���
H. MOREY
&  CO.
\I.
jiving awa>
-plot
i'.'l,    Set
tr       ADYERTJRK       ". i
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To INCREASE  Your  BUSINESS.
^^^^^    'Iniii'sh Chin
nnd  a
10-plece Toilet Set.
Buy    your    CROCKKRY    and
GLASSWARE
At MOREY'S
Men's Rata m>.| Women's Veil*.
"I   sen   here  that  a   woman   write* ���
wonders why a man always looks it,
his hat before he puts it on," said tnt I
reflective man as he looked up from
his  paper.   "Here  Is what she  says,
'When a mas puts on his hat be most ,
always look,   inside It first.   What he ''
expects to see remains a mystery, but
be loolu for it, all the same.'   That'*
easy.   He looks in bis bat to see If th*
knot holding the inside band together
will bo at the back of bis head when
he puis It  on    Now. If she'll  tell  ult ,
why a woman always pulls down bet
veil amd purses up her mouth befor*
she   steps   out   of   doors   we'll   call   H '
square."���New York Press.
A    coupon    with
woi ih.
r,oc
Sl.lt- Whiskers,
Itl her last novel.  "The  Dream anr ,
i the Business," Mrs. Cratgle, I regret te |
I note, vised the expression "side n bisk. I
I ers."   The   redundant   "side"   is  to   t*.
found  also  In   Meredith,   Dickens,  thi
greater    Rlehardso*,    Bronte,    Calna!
Corellt, Sims and Shorter.  As a mattei
of  fact, unless otherwise stated,  the
least Intelllgenl  reader would take It
for  granted  that  the  whiskers  were
worn on the side of the face, as indeed
Is the usual practice.   The terms "lip
whisker" (raustncli    nnd "chin whisker"   (beardettel   are   Amerlcanisms.-
Pull Mall Gazette
���  ���  �����
��   *>.���.��� '������,':��� ''���>:'���*������*.:::��� ^***��>*#*#:X-��>*��l��Vi!a>^#��!##��>#a>^
I ESectric Railway Service;
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
Interurban    Line.
Cars  for Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run  every half-
. ur   from   5:50  a. m,     Last
��� ar leaves at 11 p. in,
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
, lars leave tne depot i verj
twenty minutes for both Bap-
i ��� ten and city limit* over tbe
citj line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ��>
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten  minutes after the  hour, *
halt past and fifty mi-autes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ���
a. m. ^
Sunday  Service   Cair-neurly  ba- #
tween 8.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
re ���"������  ���  * ������ ��������� ���  ���"��� ���������������"���: ���.:;-���::-.���.-::.���-:
Jus.    lit.-    Hll.1
The llev. Willi.' t'Olton. author oi
-'Ship ntiil Shore" ��u I other books,
gave :i most forclbls Illustration uf tbe
character of an officer on board the
ship tc whirl, lie was attached as chap
lain. Tne officer was always mcddllnfc
with oilier people's business and was
seldom In his own place. Consequent!}
be was most unpopular wltfi tbe - ill
>rs. One of thorn goaded to unusual
Irritation, said one day, "I do believe
that ai the general resurrection ihe
lieutenaut will be found getting oui of
somebody else's  prove."
Presence .>f vttntl.
IS Is a mistake to think ttat it I*
sm'.y the Englishman who keeps bis
bead In a crisis. When a passenger
steamboat suddenly struck a rock oaf
Hongkong the other day, a numb, r of
Chinese on board promptly stm-t")
looting the passengers' trunks,/���Punch
QOOKSLEY'S
Pict
ure
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    G^MON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
MACKENZIE'8   DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia   Street.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We make a specialty of   fir   doors,
steam ) and kiln dried.
W. E. Walsh       W. E. Walsh, jr.!
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
What's to
Become
of Them?
If you die win y0Ur family ,���. 1)rovided for? N(J tnoughlful m.ui
.au let that quest ion remain unanswered. You owe them the
protection that life assurance gives.
The new Reserve Dividend policies of the
The Sun Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY
of Canada
furnish Endowments at Life Rates, The guaranteed Cash Bur-
render Values and Paid-up Values ,-. exceptionally liberal, in
keeping with the other terms of th- policies
Bi e ,K-   about   these   new policleB,
F. J.HART & C0.1TD
OUR   GREAT
Janua
Sale
A Fortunate Event for
Hundreds of Our
Customers
This cold snap is compelling people to procure wanning clotniii". bedding, etc.    Our sal" offler
opportunities  to  save  ou  cold weather necessities.    This store Is full of bargains in .very depattmei
Everything  is   reduced  and you can save money by investigating  ind then buying at these prices;
The Place to Buy
WARM
Wool Gloves
and Mitts
Children's   warm   wool   Mitts;   In
shades   of   navy,   brown,   cardinal
and black and cream;  per pair..
   25c and  30c
Ladies Warm Wool Mitts; In same
colorings as the children's mitts;
on sale at, per pair  ..30c and 40c
Ladies Gloves  in   plain   and   fain-:'
colors:   on   sale  at,  per  pair    ...
 25c to -)5c
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
Boys' Heavy Wool HOSE
40c per pair
Just  the weight and styl,      i   ��� ile for this cold snap       ,\      a,
placln on sale In resjionse to reque ;s  for  warmei
Ings.    These are English Wor t, ,   Host    with  dotibb-  knees,
top and a i   most durable stockings,   Size-- are 7 1-2 to 9 1-2
Regular ������ 50c to 66c per pair;   While they last ..-
Ladiesf Ribbed Cashmere Hose
3 pair for $1.00
T.. .   .   nly���Ladii .-��� Fin.
to 9 regular val .���
tnd   v> [di   rl
I '
SUPPLY YOUR:
UNDER WEAR
NEEDS
NOW
We :,..  offei Ing  ������ .a.,    pedal  redu,
' inuar
ol ou ra:
I .1 lies Whit,
\ nlue $1 00;
and Natural Wool I
iale price  	
iui,  I...   Ladii - Cndervi
sale price	
II     .\ .; .
..   ,       Union   Wool Undi. ������   I    in
values 3.jc; nice, each  	
D   (vers,    ���'��� ��� c   i n, I
11      ���    Com   nations;  natura   color only
and Mt Hum    .��� <\ -.,,
|)'     suit   	
.
���
tl 75
.   50c
^^ -i
 25c
'    '
 95c
. B
'     . Iren's Plee, e Lined   L"i lei ��� were;
���   o   15c;  all on   ale at, p,
23c
Clearing Out Cur Entire
Stock of
CUR TAINS
��� ---���-���-���       ��������- ��� ��������.-.���.-���     a -.1 I .   .
I
At 95c per pair :
i. ii ���   IIS to
ilar prices $1.15,
    95c
Tiiiit.   pair Nottingham Lace Curtains _' 1-2 ai
50 in. hi    ia \' Idth; Moral de Ign 0
*l :r.. $1 35 and $1 50;     tie prli i
At $1.35 per pair:
Twenty-five pair Bllghtly Boiled Nottingham Lac,  Curtain   3 and 3 1-2
wds   "a���.  U  to .".,; inches wi.ie.   egluai   falut    $1.65 to $2.00'  sale
prlce' "er ''!li1,   ..'..'$1.36
An extra .nap In Boblnel and Prilled Mu   In Cu tains:
Thirty-five pair of Frilled Bdbinel  Curtains In cream or vvhlti
ular prlci    $4.00 and $4.26;  the loi to i lear at, pei
$5.00 Muslin Curtains
On sale $1.95 per pair
Ten pair only in the lot. ThesO curtains are 3 1-2 yards [ong -,
inches wide, frilled on both edges and bottom; top is hemmed ready
for running on pole; ground is white with sprays of Iky or vllow
only.    On sale, per pair  '     M
White Wool
Blankets
AT
$2.95
4.50
5.95
8.50
$3.95
6.7 i
PER pa::-
Man   ���
and
i    .   .ii     \       .    e tin
A Great Chanct
to Save on
DRESS
Fab
rics
a
i;   reg-
.  *2.95
Thirty pi...�� U| Plain Frem b   ��� i
etians, Horn,  puns, tweed    et<
u'""l   ���""!   .ii:   popular    coloi
lengths are  from     1   to   I" -'
i.i" 'ly; an - xcelleni chance to  ���
'���ure material    for a    knockaboul
skirt or everyday costume, We a"'
clearing,    regular    price    fabr
from $1.26 to $2,2:,  per yard,  l'<
A Clearance of a Lot of Short Ends of English
PRINTS and MUSLINS, 10 U2c per ya
Fifteen pieces of EngU.h Prints, and 10 pieces only Fancy Ginghams ,Iia Mui���M M
clear up tho short ends; regular values aro 15c to 25c. On sale
rd
sale tit  this pric
 10 1
W. S. Collister & Co
THE  STORE   FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
tKzr>z'jrxwrx
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