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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
IWHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOJ-UME I. N-MBBR 17.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORN v;   JANUARY 21, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Hhebug fails in
nefarious attempt
(upont Block Fired by Unknown Miscreant--Reward
Offered for Information.
HEALTH OF CITY DEMANDS    ; HOUSE Of COMMONS
BfTTEHJCAVENGING m ��� sM
Sanitary   Inspector   Pearce  Draws   the;
ft\ deliberate attempt to flre the Du-
L   lock  was made between Satur-
I. evening and Tuesday afternoon, a
,,,,    ,, nflugratlon      being     only
..,,,;  because    of    the    haste with
(ii the firebug conducted  his ne-
ous  work, .md   the fact   that the
i    as   ii' ai ly   fireproof as  Is
.   in   a   structure  of  Its  class.
l ure was kin lied   in a  lun-ge  un-
Ljlyd   :     illl  die; tl}   aliov.-  (lard   n's
,���, i       lore,   an I    was  started
jn.i in,- bare wall, kerosene being
0 provide  fuel   for  the  flames.
walls are bulli  without laths or
ol un>  kind, w title fireprool
,    . parates  ihe  lloors of
il    making  lhe   <pread
i [flculi. While  it   Is  im-
.   ��� .-     lie  ii f  iii-- at
ibin.���    ,  nt    io It ha\.a
. , in    din ing Sa ui daj oi
council's Attention to improve- | Deputy Speaker Marcil Elected to Chair���Addresses
From Throne Today.
merits   Wanted.
The sanitary inspector, S  J, Pearce,
his reported to the city council on the
work of the past twelve months in his
department,     He says in part:
Improvement  In   Health.
There  is a  marked Improvement   lo  coasl  members a
Ottawa,   Jan,
ihe members of
moms
ih
'i he   majorltj   of
lltmse of    Com-
1 MEETING OE    mm mm *��i ON
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH   m���HJ"*
Satisfactory Reports Presented ... Pastor's Salary
Increased���Finances.
Amendmont to    School  Act     Urged-
Resolutions   of   Revelstoke   Con
vention Present d.
Including  all British  Columbia  ,	
, last   ��� ��� ���:.        ih,    pastor
representatives,   have    arrived.     The
be noted in lhe decrease of the mini- j seated
cii
ta
the
w_
sk��f
'  *
a se<
it) 'di
that
assts
touch
An
day -
wiring
the hi
of fan
Ad
stray
111   had to    he 'I'  ''   V
i   ireani   an    slight        \
.,"-   :���,i. I.  ol k. ro
i : on the landing outside
In  thi   po        ion of the
far i in    Is the onl-.
ber of coniiaglous dlseuses lu tho city.
This is in.e particularly due to ihe
;> stenvatlc extern ,t>,i of the i .vei
.^.. stem, dlsl ii." w hlch bet'o e tha In
Lroductlon of the s. wer facilities ..I
wa\.s gu\,. Ns a percentage of scarlet
fever and diphtheria, now show mi-
n,.ii.ii>   from  the i..senses.
Hospital   Provision.
1    lias he.n a reproach to the ��� ;'
thai   no hospital for the tare of eon
tagioui   dlseasi  . except smallpox, has
, n maintain, d.     'i'li   ,,, ������ ilng ol the
isolation      hospital,  "therefore     lr. this to
a   iiii   i   Important   adi unce in |    The to al
1 i"   woi 1, of  i iifeguardlng   llu .,., hl|,   u-,..
I, talth of the city.
\< optionally well
\   uniqiii   honor  Cor  a new
man   Is conferred  on  George Cowan,
who  i i acordi da  fn nt   seat,   fourth
iroiii   Mr,   Borden.    Tins   la  a  tribute
ii i i.. a .in :  of Vancouver -  raenibi r.
.Messis,  Taylor, Barnard,   Burrell  anil
Goodi '��� .��� are all accord d good place .
Parliament  ma;,   he asked    to pass
legislation  to give greater represents
lion in il:.. senat.  to Lhe west.    \\'h le
lv   \.   Lancaster wtll  Beek   io   rep. a]
the section of the B   X. A. act pi ivi I-
ing for a  .- enate, and ask for a pei i
Ion to lae Impeilai paillanient allow
. done.
vote   of
1,176,104
Liberal)   tecuru I
The annual meeting of the congregation  of \a .   !W'a  Church was held
pa . or,   Rev,  J,   S.
nderson, being  voted to the chair.
Victoria, Jan, 20. The mini, tei ol
education, Hon, Dr, Voung, was i
toda) attending to the wants of depu
tatlons. in the morning P itei Pe.
bles, of New Westminster, with C, ll.
Hope and W. P, Argue, of Vancouve>,
reports     ere read | called on him with reference to some
The question of
TRAPPED BY EIRE
ON LAKE MICHIGAN
Thirty Men Lose Lives when
Water Surrounded Crib
Burns. -Many Missing.
m
b)   the    ranch   secretaries,   and   two important  matters
vol ,i
io Un
he    Dominion
of  which  the
... I   i    in. : -as   ..    w,.'i
paatoi   and organist.
Progress   of   Church.
Tb ��� ion's      ipoi ���      how. I the
"   i ling quii  '.,   on  tbe
w ..I k
usual  i n
governmi in support for cadet corps
was taken up, such support o.-iiil,
strongly urged,
The d,���lunation  further    wished an
am mini.an of the school aci so that
such balanct ��� of n oney borrowed un
Much   good  work  luul|aer bylaws for Bpeclflc purposes maj
:"    -     ���' "      ' ,.   he . IU    .        ,:;      ..III"
wa; > the encouragemeni had n ������ be n
���o great a ha I been expect, d, and ti
* '������    hopi I greatei    nti would b
.I- "ii in the Sabbath i clu ol and
iroung People'      i ocl tj
Chicago, Jan. 20.���Bel ween 60 and
len were trapped by fire early to-
: lay .n the Intermediate water supply
crib of ih.' municipal water plant, two
mih from shore in Lake Michigan.
Thlrtj lost their lives and it i- feared
that some 30 men wer,. caughi In the
tunnel uudi i ihe l ike, with no hope
of . -i",;i Tugs removed 47 men
from i he water around the crl , and
all were badly burned, The flre destroyed all means of escape and tne
victim* remained on the wooden 8truc
be applied   toward other  purposes  I."
expedient,    At   present  such  balances I tUre until they were actually forced by
musl  remain untouched unless special   (he ad.ancin*
l gislatlon  he  passed. i lh(, water
..allies   to   spring   Illl.
1
have
ing, v
leadir
durin
effort
the t!
out p
teeth.
hy si
door,
to  ki
anlrh;
is evi
door;
dnrlo
have
ers-b
���i_*
d
h a      in   bi li n l  bj
nlc    in    the     large room,
uantl    -        ed  with  a
���   ���   .     unitd  iis. If but
I. or, al oui    I '   ���
it | ,
i., il afi  .a 'ii" om
III        : .. a
hj   i' ,.   (la
��� ���     ��� was uo el  rlrie
a    ��� . ��������� le plai
���
i ,,
ol   or a
fo low ���.!   ;he  per-
'
i     ip   n      ii   ballwa>
<i'il i hoUl
���i ie  ii ride   fi antic
aichii
I ' Ui" ch ireii membership   I     aid 13
ed, an I   11 adde i by m m
��� oi'.    thlrti   n n nfes lion oi
"'l the Con        tb, and Js from  othei   ,���' urches  bj
""   ";i  '     iaol)s|   ' " ' 579,571. ij  ,,,.,      Twelv,   ...   ,      , ,.u
" !'    tar-fully    watched as to      In moving the appoiutm   .    o   Di      rei I. from the roll   four by death
'    '"   it,    and    cleanlines,   . f   ,;l,   E Marcil, for   ihe  sp ukei- ,    , ...       ......      T]
all   ' i'e     ��� In I "     dp   SI    i I       i -   ��� ..,.,,.        . ,     _���;.,
and a f. �� are misur-  ticnlly   che, red on   , i    con nded tht       ..   ,        ��� In -.  ol I
��l   mons than  ier,   sal . In   sonn tinn      i       ,     ..������,...   ..���,. >
rette !   the   Britii ti        ��� m  of a  per- j du Ing thi  year.
I naneni      . ��� a.. .  :. p   ha l    not    bi
���' '.      d hi i  inada,
\::        .  :,     fo    ii lb     . i ���  ��� '
new spea        brie]
In  French and English.
roi  v    ��� he    spi ��� ch    ; i om    the
.   i ad  . !.d  -ii"   foimal
ition of   mallpox patients has been  and   mor.       pectacular    oiienlng will
mghout,   an I ���    ,   placi       Referenct   wlll be made
fitted u i i , .and Baniti he outsei to the sue,'.   - of the tei
���    eil    i    when om
. ... a    hn i  to   v   condemm I a
i
Scavenging,
Uthoitgh   iii
i anned,    an ���  under-
. ���   the  cleanliness   of   the
ha      .   n  fall ly well can j
The quarantini   I      ill I he  i ��� -
p wa
I a hwaj of life
by bereavi menl
Sunday  School.
.1   A. Kerr,    a ipi rintendeni  ol    thi
-'    , 11 ;       ice      .n
. I no k.      More in ention bad
In   :i   given   to  obtain    it    pledges  oi
I children .       n to . iter
I the church, ai had  done    o.
i       boys' clu ���!    a  .. gan z< I
i'li. matter of the handling of school
Referring | funds was another Important  one in
which action  by tli ��� government  was
urged,
The committee , re i nted a ��� erles of
resolutions passed bj the convention
... chool trustees ei ently held In
Reveh toke. The n Inlster of e luca
tion gave assurance of taking the
mai pr ���   into   con . ou.
The crib was used temporarily as a
n .;, i .. tne men engaged In cou-
tructin^   ir great Intake tunnel from
the   . Iiu   .   :i.     miles   oui   under the
li  w.i    miade of wood and was
ut 40 feet ln dian
i'.       ipersti ucl ure �� as ahoui,
- move ihe surface ul thi   lake
j an i v.,i. u ... ,,   ., .... ping place for
! the  ��    lam
'i .���   ci lb  was  , om   cted    with the
lunnel   10 feel    , li ..    -    a    ',;''''   and
a   steam  i levator    w hich cai i ������
I men a id tools up and down.      I leath
mi'- n   hav.   com.   i. om the smoke ol
an explosion of ,1. namite - toi ed tl
Ex-Governor   General     Nortncole   Ad-   9aimlng   ,���,-   ;lu.   al;.   ���,,,_���_       ._     ,���.
vises Imperialists to Keep Com-        tunnel the men worked und
monwealth  for White  Race. '��� sure.
  ,!    Flre tugs extlngui hi   :
VIEWS YELLOW PERIL FROM
AUSTRALIAN STANDPOINT
for an  up-to-date hospital centenary   celebration  at   Quebec and
in conclusion I   wi h   io sta e  that the signing of the treatlt    In respect
Itanci   :.,.. Ible has been ,,   fisheries   and  waterways  with   the
���n me iii the performanc.  of mj  work United    States.     Announcements   on
worship the mayor, Chairman ... .,   ,;  legislation wil] include bills
: Aid   !���'.. .1   Fader, 'ind members of tb.
Li ndon,  Jan,
'be  Royal  Cob
noon and entn u. the iiiiin. I wa
was  working  well, with a roll of   ni''1   lnstitllte   welconv i   Lord   North   _~-
'I'W'iiiy      bodies    �����
nil tei
'iv, a,
Trains   Arrive   Latr.
lie   -now   and   llllld  li i
. a  : nd ' on and  natur
alization ai is,
R. I.   li...     .   ��� it he wllli
li  for  Halifax, and has so  inf irmed
the   Carlton   count) < !ons< i vai Ive   i
soclatlon.
, |   ., ,   ,, .' ... h ..a lh.  Canadian Pacific i nd the
Volcano Is Active
-\ Th, nu cbt o ii,-, , . now was
four, i i teachers, an I 240 chll livn, and
-. ��� nn in.",' ise ,.i on ��� offli ei an I : ;
Iren on th, pi , iou .��� eai The
lanci was ���"! Commencing
v, ith $71,  the s im of $226    h d   ������ ��� n
I, i       aft - . \,i a .
. a-BnltH       ~a d  forward
total      ce ;;_      6 '
Church  Finance.
Rt .��� 'I'ds ui   :, R-orl   for th.
B   ile < 'la       l'o.lllg   Pi  iple'    b'o   i tj ol
cote ,u a banquet la I night, the Earl found ami more are said to be at the
of Crew, presiding over a distinguish bottom ol be tunnel,
ed gathering. Lord Northcote re- The Injured picked up b> lhe tugs
ma kid on the necessity of viewingU'^n landed at Eighty-sixth street and
the yellow Immigration question from; ihe tugs returned to the crib in hope
an Australian viewpoint. He de- o recov. Ing hg bodies of the 'dead,
clared   Vu     alia  was increasingly pro-  Al   mon   th wen   pumping  air
lonjst, and   - rj ;d  the nesesst')  ol   -'"'   tue   tunn "   in   hope  ol     ke ,- ���
, emlgration, ' alive an* one then   .. ho mighi
 . __ j alive.
FIFTEE   INJURED  WHEN ll   was   e tlma     i   lati    m   the  ���
TROLLEY CAR RUNS AMUCK. ! iio'm  '; iwent)   to thirty   men
a .��� dt ad,    ii
���ii
are    Impi I
ll       ,..   Jan.
i h
'    "' ilwoi U with his' Gren    ."orl he n i ailv-   i*. .all
Una i,    ��� lea ed   I   ..���  in en   running  la o    durin.:   the
In       he    " ��� '      -i   is  ii .in-..     ii. a j    lid-
ni   no  "ii
-id i   ai   the   the dallj  trnnscontiinnl-.il d i no   gel   zon   has become active and  the iidjn
i    ��� .ia   ng ih   night   in till l) p.m      On tin  G ��� it Nu   h    n  cent countrj   lias  been    damagi !   bj
i the c. P. R  and,':" m  T s In ihi   ���
, lian Endeavor, Mission Ban .
Woman's Mi-- ionar s . ���:��� i j, collec
l���gn is volca-! tions   for Mission's in Isorj
ol Lu-
Con icil   ''..  nens  -\ - ocia u n and thi
'"  '    I's-ad, .all beii        u   Eac i trailer on the sharp curve at William
uvenue and   Chi rry   strei i   this  ai'i. ;
Portland, Or., Jan, 20.���Fifteen  per-  with their fate unknown, and fort* five
sons  wen-  more or less  seriously  In-  are terribly  bu: I.      The men,   tvho
jured and one fatally, In (he overturn- were   asleep   in     ...     superstructure,
Ing of a runaway St. John car with a|jumped  Into the    Icj    water wl houi
putting , ii tin Ir clothes.     Thej clung
half frozi ii to ii," li at ng i -.- and >'
������ m ��� ���   di in   to -li
t;    hi
I   ihe    I eniion  of j.ns
tii,-
(rain lere on   falling Bton
ii h
ling, v ould i ���     .,.', .11,11,11
"ii-.  dollars
M|l|
night  ,l  i  not  arrive Lil] yes   have been n ported.
last    nl 	
train did i in I II th.  early hours Miss   Jordan   Engaged
morning.    The delnj  i   dm   ' ��� 	
Pacific  G ">".  Cai.,    Jan.   :
N��,  deaths
noon.
off red      mlslidi     between  Seattl.   and   Evi r
rile  Fair." who is ett,  following lhe  rcceni   haw,  partl-
,'ii"
"' the Duponi hlooli   whirl, is
Mi    .1 and a< oclatei.
Infoi m i; m  thai
tl   . ction of ; .   fin
���   ' lt.\  en men will probabli
amount.
J0B1ST LEAVES
iAVFUL RUIN IN RS WAKE
1    lan,   20,���Land    dispatches
province    express the
lhai    whai    was     Itdhved   to
��� ii oui bin ll  ol  i a.- volcano ,
last    night    was   a great
ovei Mount Banahai,     The!
���I ��� d by the   storm is very
."hi   govei nor of the province
'i'li   ruined, highways Impas
id bi Idgi i  destroyed,
-HANT  SHARES  HIS
PROFITS   WITH   EMPLOYEES
J. 11. Kennedj read 'lie repoi i of thi
:...: iagi Tu,   managers  had spent 	
��900  in  repairs,  and   would  start   the   grand TRUNK  WOULD
yt ar el",     exci   il   : a  f 150 bo. r iWed to
pay the Interesi on the church prop 	
erty mortgage,     Tha envelope system)    Toronto, Jan   20,   U  was
had  been very successful, the sum of
cul irlv near Mukiltt o.
BOWLING
The Vancouver "All Stan" tii al the
I,,, ,,i t' ".in at the Westminster bowl ng
parlors last evening by 256 pins.
Hodge had the hlghesi score, 269, with
engagement  of   Miss    Edith   Jordan, $1926.65, an  Increase of nearly $650
daughter ol David Starr Jordan, presi- having been  obtained, and  the open
I dent of Stanford university, to Edward   collections   totalled  $1356,  a   decrease   |���.,. (1   men Heads of I
. of Carmel   Valley,   Mon |a   appedlo had been   departments,   however,  .-1   that the
they were rescued, thi j had to
lorn away from the Ic. ,';. force. One
man was fa tene l between two ��� ���
REDUCE ITS FORCES, loi' lei thai had frozen to the ground,
holding him ta t. Several were frozen
out so tightly to the Ice thai their flesh
was torn away �� hi n they wew
1 by the Grand Trunk management to-
da,, thai Instructions have been Issued j loose,
from headquarters lo reduce the num      A gecon
her of men In the service.      Heals of; ihe resciii
explosion oeeurr. i during
work.
and, Cai.,  Jan.    20,   That   the
and     labor     problem     can   be
is  the belief of George  Moi-
, proprietor of The Palace Cloak
ft company of Oakland, who, be-
paying his employees ti weekly
l.v shares tho profits of the year
lt_em,
first  dividends    were  declared
flay when he presented the clerks
and  two   years'     -ervice   with
'.    giving    the    former a sum
^itlng to as much ,11s ninny clerk-
In a year. Mosbachcr announced
,11   a vera.-,'
of 196.     The scon-:
Vancouvi r,
1.        2.        3,
Tl.
'���'.i.I'll    . . .
 150    171    13-
102
Siei'i's   . . .
...182    194    190
:,Gr,
Campbell
 209    146   188
542
Boston    . ���
 ics    186   196
549
Hodge ������ ���
 169   259    17o
:.9s
Total
West minster.
.2717
i
1.         2         B,
Tl.
Qavls  ...
.-..   .. .166    18-'  183
633
Johudro   . .
 1S1    126    158
466
Latham
 Ill    171    126
III
Silver   	
 203    188    119
510
Willette. .
 ith   201    142
513
;., ,   counts   .-...- made public today,   made In 1908, a- was the casein 1907.1
,\lisS .l.n ian announced her bethrothal   , he estimates for the year would call I
���11 a dinner In Lo- Angeles given yes   tor  $4600,  or  afcout $100   more  than
lerday In her honor, last year, i., pay the debl referred to,
1 m 1 em rem expenses, and have $500
to .spend on church property. Tli"
I managers expressed a wish to Increase
the pastor's salary, as well as thai of
ih" organist, Tiny wished to thank
1 he ivomen's \ *' cl ition and Bible
Class for assistance, The managers
retiring are A. W Gray, Marshall Sim
Cl,   " ' ud  T.   Mo�� ' ay.
\ dlscusgion took place on the tin 111 j
dal p isltlon of the churoh, from which
staff is
now.
ih..   lowesl   possible   limit ; MACKNESS QUARTETTE
CONCERT  A  SUCCESS.
GOVERNOR Of TENNESSEE
KEEPS THE STATE WET
Total
.2462
P. R.  STRIKES  BIG
NATURAL GAS  FLOW.
Medicine Hat, Jan. 20.���The C. P. H
has struck gas ai 1900 feel at Bow Island In the Medicine Hut gas 0*1*1.
The Mow is estimated at one million
.and 11 half feet per day. The forma
be same   mutual   sharing WOUldl_0n  is one  for   which    experts  havt
vogue during the coming year.
Increases Telephone Rates.
,allf_x, Jan. 20.���The Nova Scotia
hone company has Increased its
���distance rnios and cut  down tho
limit,
been looking and differs from that of
the 1000-fool wells In this city, which
is noi the one In which na* is generated, Ai the IKOO-foot level the f"1'-
inatrtin is such lis to warrant C. P "
experts announcing tha. Medicine l,;"
will have gas  for centuries,
Nashville. Teiin., Jau   -J"    Gov, Pai
terson filed his veto of the stute-wjd
prohibition bill with the el. rk of th 1
seuati   after that  1 odj  a I jonrm .1  tor
the daj
The veto will bi read to the senate
tomorrow and the bill voted <>n again.
Opponents of the bill claim they can
count on a change of three senators
to their siii.a and that the fourth
member, on whose vole the fate of the
measure depends, is wavering. The
governor In explaining his failure to
approve the hill tells the legislators
sueli a law is against the Democratic
platform and the doctrine ot self-gov
,111111.11:; that it destroys property, reduces Sbate revenues and
luxation.
The MarUne - Quartette gave another uf ibt Ir admirable concerts '
classical and oth ��� 1 1 ctlous al St
Amir, w's hall liu��i evening, but owing
10 oilier nttra tlona there was not so
large an am nd mce as v. is expected,
Their recital - an   u iHsdnci   addl
li ia believed that all the crew tit' the I tion   to the  musical  life Of  the city,
sinking vessel were lost,     The names all classes oi  taste being gratifi, d. In
STEAMSIIITS COLLIDE,
CKEW OF ONE DROWNED
London. Jan. 20.- Two steam blps
collided todaj off Flamborongh Head,
One of the  vessels sank  Immediately.
of ih.. steamers are mn known
i; appeared th n the
i\ a   a mortgag
e
Increases
CHINESE COMMENCE
NEW YEAR CELEBRATION
The first year of the Tsui Feng dy-
nasty, which commences at about 10
o'clock ihls morning, according to
Chinese calculations, ls being made
��� he occasion of big celebrations In the
local Chinatown, fireworks ami native
crackers playing an Important part In
ill,, program. A large number of
whiles visited Chinatown last night,
mid were hospitably received by the
Celestials.
for $18,000 on the church property, accrued on three life assurance policies,]    ��ew y(1].|.
but aktng of
Big Gas  Main  Breaks.
which would render the church free In
about   1918.     The   Interest amounted
to $I0S0, and was paid as regularly as
was  possible.     An  attempt   was being
mule  to  clear  up  the situation with
the Confederation  Life Company.
Mission Work.
Speaking of Mission work, the chairman   said   that   St.  Andrew's   had   to
(Continue-]   on  iJage 8.1
Aylesworth   Starts   South.
Ottawa, Jan. 20.���Hon. Mr, Aylesworth left for Washington last evening to participate In the fisheries
treaty conference.
lan, 20.   Because ol the
1 big gas lmiiu of the
Standard Gas company under the
Harlam river. 5000 or mor.' consumers
were  forced   to  use lamps In lhe iower
pari of the Bronx last night.   Those
who were    d.-pendent    upon    gas
for
addition to humorous duartettes and
pari songs, (he brothers appi are .
each in his separa e forte, H< rhert
Ma-knew iu plan iforte -oios, Including a inoiiiiiig.il sonata from Beethoven, and Harold Mackness In violin
solos. Songs were contributed by
Herbert and Alfred Mackness and
Hoy .Mackness assisted in accompanying. The brothers are having many
applications for their services to give
Tyee Tows Melrose In.
Victoria, Jan. 20.���The tug Tyee
towed the school).'- Melrose from her
dangerous anchorite off the Dallas
road foreshore at il o'clock yesterday
afternoon and will take
Towns,'nd.
10  Port
cooking had either to prepare    theirI concerts.
meals on improvised oil stoves or go  , .
to the resaurants.     The break In ih- ���. SUBSTITUTE HANGMAN
was quickly  repaired, but soon after- REPLACED RADCLIFFE.
ward bursl  al    another    point, again ���
leaving patrons  of    the   company  In     Keiiora, Jan.  20.���George   F. John-
dhrkness, ' sun, aged 24 years, was hanged .at S
o'clock this morning for the murder of
Mrs. Ackorman,, his landlady, under
brutal circumstances. II,. wont to
his death wiihout flinching, expressing penitence and joining In his fa-
vorlle brum, '.ftist As I Am, etc.,"
which he asked to have sung. In the
absence of Rfldollffe, proceedings were
carried out by Thompson, of Owen
Sound, and went off without, a hitch.
life hcihg declared extinct after thir
!��� wi and ii  half minutes.   .
CHICAGO  CHAUFFEUR   HAS
AUTOMOBILE   FUNERAL.
Chicago, Jan. 20.���Members of the
Illinois Chaufeurs' union gathered today to take pan In Chicago's first automobile funeral. The dead member
was Wilbur Prim), who is said to
have been the first chauffeur to operate a taxicab In Chicago. The union
decided thai every vehicle, Including
the hours,., should be an automobile,
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2
W4ttt��tt���-^���WiMlf'_'���4Mtll|W<
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
i
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. ��
Owner .
COUNCIL MEETING
_.    _   *
BURNABY.
POUND   Lady's
to  this  Olilce.
dove
WANTED���A first-class canvasser
Applj Royal CH) Dye Work- Co
lumbia street,
The first meeting of the council Eor
the ..tar 1909 was held In the municipal   hall   mi   .Monday.       There   were
present Reeve Byrne, Councillors D. C.
J McOregor,    Eber   Stridi.     Ronald  L.
���   Cliff, J.  B. Amos, L, Claude Hill, and
WANTED ��� Janitor tor Westsld.
school; salary $65 monthly. Alao
a lBte.nl janitor tor Central school,
this city; salary $60 monthly. Applications received till noon of the
23rd Inst.     R. Lennl . secretary.
W. F, Silver. 'I he reeve welcomed
the new members of the council, and
stated he would be pleased to accept
'any suggestions ,from the different
members which would be designed to
cany on! in an expe lltlou manner I ie
work  of  the  council  Eor the  coming
EASTERN capital read) to Investigate legitimate Investments���lands,
timber or mines���in British Columbia, Address In first instance, -wltn
full particulars, "Capital," care of
Nohle <���>��� Co., Molson's Bank building, Vancouver.
V
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO
Supposition
TRADE ET CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soaf
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"WATER  CLAUSES   CONSOUDATKH
ACT, 1897, AND AMENDING I���
Vancouver Power
Company, Limited I
NOTICE is hereby g . a ^
weeks   after  dale  applli .ti0. m   I
made  to the Lieutenant i;
Council   hy     the     Vain.
"v<. mor
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4*������������������������������������������������������������������%
WANTED���Position    I y    experienced
lady  stenographer.    Accustomed to
law work.    Apply  A.  It.,  this office
LOST���Scotch pebble brooch,
please return  to  Daily New
Kinder
office.
. OUND���Purse containing sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement, Apply
David Saunders, corner of Columbia
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
year.
The following committees were appoint, d: Board ol works, Coun. HM
(.chairman), with a committee of the
whole council. Finance, Coun. Cliff
(chairman), and Coun. McGregor ��nd
Silver. Health, Coun. McGregor (chairman i. with Coun. Amos and Silver.
Hall and Grounds, Couu. Stride (chairman), with Coun, Cliff and Hill. In-
termunlcipal (South Vancouver)
Coun. Silv.-r (chairman), with Coun.
McGregor and Stride. Intcrmuniri-
pai (Coquitlam), Coun. Amos (chairman), with Coun. Cliff and Hill. Licensing, Coun. Stride and Silver.
Charles P. Sprott, J. P., and Charles
CHIT, J. P., and the neve. Pence
Viewers, John Green, Fred, Thrussell
and Peter Graj
W. A. Ralph was appointed as road I
foreman for Wards 1, 2, aud 6, to furnish a horse and wagon when needed
���it a salary of $��0 a month. Resolved, that application! be received
[or position of road foreman for]
Wards 3, 1 and r>. <" furnish a hori e
and rig lor ioa_ purpo_-i ut a salary
of ?b0 a month, .and to be in at next
in. eting. Resolved that iho wage- of
men in the employ of the council on
und after this dale I ��� at lh ��� r lie ol
$2.25 per eight-hour day.
it was resolved that tip ca ona be
called for the position ol constable
and road tax collector. Road lax to
bo collected on comini- n aniountln:*
to about $111)" ,')' r annum, and to be
paid at the rate of $2.25 per eight-
hour day while on duty as consta
The council decided that appllcatl i
he  received  for posit on  of    a83e   o
TER EMPLOYMENT! ''or lhc ensuin8 year' '" ! e in a
Chest Protectors!
WANTED���Nursemald from 1 to 6
Apply Mrs. .lohn Brydges, corner
Carnarvon and Elliott streets.
TO RENT-���One large furnished bedroom, mar library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
We are still giving   these   grand
bargains.   As you
will  notice   below _
these prices, for the it
quality   of   goodsi J
shown, are  some-'
thing out of the ordinary and this is a
(chance for   every
good housewife to
i grasp.    Nothing
pays like cash buying.
1869
AT ALL PRICES
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
1
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" ":r   1'0-,-j,
Company, Limited, tor a further c_
tilicate of Approval of u.  further _,
dertakiug In the matter of u^.
si ruction of a dam at the o uiHoUv
qultlam  Lake in the Di   ���-.,\ ���. .,
v\ ostminster.
The works Intended to he underuk.
en   by  ihe  con n   of the sju'
dam ..ml in com    ��� Ion   in rewltb
tile   following;
The ,���;''',' ion i
Qlled dam i,  i ��� ���  '.   i ���������       y
win..,.'   ... i .���      i| a
a iln. I '������      at  '
teei ai  the uppei end
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EYES TESTED FREE
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Bplllwaj channel to
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WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to G p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue,
TO RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alex. Speck.
%
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
'Vfanufacfurera and Dealers tn All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lafh,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
, jFish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
feet wld. , 12 fi ���;��� I    ��� ury a��,|
surplus wai r,
And  all   3UCh '���������    988
I
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the
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rry a 24-lnch
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V ESTMINS
AGENCY���Under new management,
260 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box S07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st'-eet west, Phone A 2750, Vancou-
���e?, B. C.
Notice,
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrle, of
New Westminster, IS. C, occupation,
electric railway manager, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Westmnlster:
Commeuvia_�� at a post planted at
thence e,_st to northwest corner of lot
136-;, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly
a.nd norherly to point of commencement, containing I'Mi acres mor... or
less.
DANIEL JOHN McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN F. 1MOGS,
Agent
Dated December 19th,  1908.
mei Hurr stating   ialarj   required.
The   '. -i ve    wa -    requested   to   i]
proach    thi       ovei nment   and   pres
u I it n   thei '    : ���   need  of the   imp ove-
ment of the Vancouver and  i In   In?
road, and to ask  for a gran; of $2500
toward  each  road,  the council bind
Ing Itself to --," nd -i Uhe amount, and
it  was also decided Hint  Coun. Stride
Cliff, Hill and Silver be a committee
to deyis.. in,-'Mis a- to th,- best method
of repairing the Vancouver and   Hastings road, wit it power to act.
Choice Meats
AT THK
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    fifth Avemle
PHONt? ,<?a
BOWELL & ODDr. Proprietor.
-_ Good Thing is Sare to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining la favnr rvery day.   Our output last year _��,. double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
��� ���. nulati d Sugai foi $6.75.
... lbs Granulated S n a foi $1.15
Sl   ilghi  Cad,- Coi',.   i- one of the
'. ��� ���    a  '        lour    -  mark"! and li
:,,...   pest at $1.25 per i ack.
! lb    ������'   r "i ft    $1.00,
������.; Imei        Hi   -1     -.    3 bottl
.....
.   i ,   r lb.
Mrs,     I'ortei        Horn   made
1 e (?8sing    ' 5c and 25c per hotti
Call)    ���        ��� Brand Sv   ��� ���   Rei
Ish, 20c ;      ' ittle,
3 tins of the b  -'   bi   I �� lice '  i >ne-
apple '��� ' 25c
Eating .,- I ' '��������� tl  nc Cl n ilai ���. 30 ���
pt r  li
3 lbs   Ral rn- �� ir 25c.
5 lbs. T.apioca for 25c.
5 lbs, Sago for 25c,
i: lbs Pouitrj food for _',���
3 pkg-. Corn Starch for _r,c.
"  pkgv.  Laundry  Starch for LCc.
1 bottl.  Mushroom Catsup, 25c.
7 pkgs.  Force  lor 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 25c per tin,
8 l-ars No. 1 Laundry Soap for 25c,
8 bat^' fine Toilet Soap for 25c.
3 lbs. of line Table Butter for $1.00.
'������lies ,-if Pickles for 50c.
3 bottlea of WOToestj-r Saur.- for 25c,
3 tins of Fr sh H.rring tor 26c.
1 tin of Canned Rabbit for 25c.
White  Star  lirand Baking Powder,
-". per t:n
Blue Ribbon Brand Bak i - Powder,
i 20c per Un.
Ma Iran     Baking    -  - d< -,   20c
,-
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m m m
Public Supply
! FARMERS ATTENTION!
��
[ Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
TeIf.*pho,n-"12. New Westminster
C<04K_*0*C*OOCC*C*��4C*C*C*0  040*0*0*O*0400*O*O��O*O*O��Q
_       Accounts of Organizations
o
* Church Societies,  Fraternal 0 ;anlzatlons,  Clubs,  Trad"   Cnion
,^   and Business   \    ��� latlons wll convenient  and   desirable  to
have surplus fUnQ,   ���- a Saving ,:���, subject  to the control of
two   Or more   : .';': .'���, rs
We maki   . specialty ol this -.       of business
CONSULT  WITH  US TODAY      .<   we  will   I
full  details explaining our systei
pleased  to  give
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
5
V    NEW  W_STMIN8T_P,  B. C.
F.  B. LYLE, Manager.
C**C*C*<:*C,40*00*K^ ^./���OlK5K)<>C^C<-40*C^C^O*0*0
Eastertrook Milling Co
EU
rnc.
B.C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial.. $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel   .    $3.50
Terminal $550
McQuarrieft Co. :'_iLlL__2_2
���-"RONT  STREt. r
���Vettml
ED MERCHANTS
Telephone iii
Bank of Montreal
KSTABL1SHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
 114,400.000.00
       ���11,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  tn   London,   Engiai,,;
New  York. Chicago acd Spoitane, U.8.A., and Meilco City.     A (Jen-
oral Bank-In-? IJuslDess Traasactid.
.ettert of Credit Issuetl, available wltL correspondents |n all uaru of the
World,
���avlngs Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 aiad upward*
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate),
Total Assets over $168.000.000 00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
O. O. BRYMNER, Manage)
ODDFELLOW
I     BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Kit
' A Little Good Coal
����������<"�� a big, hot flre when a lot
of poor coal sends out C0 heat
at all, it is economical io buy
our coal, because |t |a clea_
'"'��� t-rthest, main,, ���,���,, lh/lt'
leave8 very Uttle a_h and eosta
no more per ton than poorer
grades. We deliver it t,
part of the city. Kvill
always. Telephoni
to us.
Lai woi ks   lhat  n 1
fullj  and  effect.. 1 ..
complete the afore?
taking.
it is Intended 1 1
crete pipe  ex   1
stream   toe ol   1
lak. ,    .    met
with   1  ������  1
and to erect a 1
��� ;:      al
from ���' Is
Iron pip.
��� ��� , ���        len
i ,.an., ction
I \ w   wvsi miuf ti
""     ���;- ,   c- ;, -,
.the ral lug ot lh       ' ,   ��� ��� i
.1   ���  . of which the
\..    .: 1 not  ��� XCi "1  J'.
! the   appi." ���"   *
{quant in   ol
I a ��� �� '-"���' ��� ���'' '
1
. : er acre,
:     [I   is   prop  -      tl
p ���  ent   recoi li
i from Lake 1 ��� q iltian
', Buntzen be utiii ���.������ I to
; p.,wer   required   to   ��� ,    rati   ::.
I iurther undert ik.ii the 1
atfd also  ^nd*i' tb      ���     ���
.. ,- ra   ,, to 1
edition of ih"
��� il Ing    had
tion of and ��� 1
un lertaking=   of i-pan
ously heret 1 appro Certll
of Approval of
or In Council, and thi Cera
of Approval of �� .... e ls-
glven do so 1
Th.. , stlmated
: ing is about $200,	
\    The Power Co will -awl
subscribed  before
, construction 1 of th
j dertakln-.' and worl
of the powers it. tha    el all ' :
, W the Water CI
**M>7 PB1   IV, om ���'. ���
share,  of tN   ; '*
the further am^W ;;
ed   to  fully comple ��� .-���"? '^ ,
taking will be ;   ivld    '   -K��M(I'.
hundred and nlm . mm .'-���*,-,��-
Iars  (1199,000)  to be   ni-d(!' ���
British    Columbia    Electric
Company, Limited, to the '' *
pany to he secured by Mortgage
of the IV)wer .Company In   '
or decimal currency carrying-*
or by su-h other form of 3eClir
may ���!.��� .greed u.'oa I
partlef,
The tiiuf within *''
ther capital of one tho
I ($1,000)  is to be  buV
.���months from the   .1  ''
cevtlflcate of approV 1
lag and works.
The  ),aid  un.i" ':���- "' '
are to i,�� comment ed '"'"
ation of  "Iir.,.. i;.,'.���th^
of obtainl-S a certlftc*
to the siiine and the   -^ '
he in operatic- within tw,
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GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
na
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Westminster Woodworking Co.j
BANK  AND  STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantle.--, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Cir Line-
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
date of commencement "i
And uiKin audi appl catli
usual -and  neci   - -���..'���   powei.
and effectually (any    onl   l
proposed further undertaking I
applied for.
Dated at the City of VanC-H*
the  Province of British __.--��-��
���ith day of December, \  -��� '���'
1
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day
VANCOUVER
LTD.
POWER
R. H. Sperling, Geo
ral Ma��^
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Blackie str��t.
Japanese Employnieii^
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  H-tp PrC<"^
Furnished. J.
COLUMBIA    ana    McN_��--Ev
ft
NEW   WESTMINST-H.   B'
"hone 431. p���aB, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREW.
NOTICE.
(fraternal Societies!
-^57F._AMITY LODUE, Nt k^-\     NOTICE  is  hereby   given   that"  the
'���������-,��� regular meetings of this ,odfre \ Vancouver  Power Com,.any,   Limited,
ire bald m Oddfellews'hall. Colum-j naa  this day deposited Ln the    Land
bla slrcet, every  Monrlay -evening,  Registry Office in  the City of New
R, s ft'-lock, Westminster,    liritish    Columbia,   the
������ ~      ""~_     _.___  I plan   and   book   of    reference    of   Its
k' ^SiSt^^Si 'rues' j W-stminster-Chllllwack Railway from
in    each    month.       Visiting I the town of Huntingdon io the City
brethren cordially invited to attend,  of  chilliwack,  passing    through the
I odge room, a. 0. U. w. hall. Odd-  municipalities  of  Sumas  and  Chilli-
|WB' block, Clarkson street. .  ,,    ..    ,
 , wack  and   the   town   til    Huntingdon
0ijRT  BRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
���,,',., tH the   Fourth  Friday  in  the
itli   al   "   o'clock.   In  lhe  .small
. "]'���   , wb' block.
and the cltj of Chilliwack, being sec-
t:ons four (4) and Ave (5) of the said
railway as shown on the said pian
and approved by the chief Commis-
iRATtHNAL ORUER OF EAGLES, \ sioner of Lan.is and Works for the
,,  |e \���. 20���Meets every Tuesday j Province of British  Columbia,
12th  day  of January,
evening at  8 p, m��� in the Eagles'
in b i    Btreet,    A.   Clark,
V,    Pres.;   H   Schofleld, Secretary.
\HE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
!   ,  ,,', lock  p.  ni., iu Oddfellows'
|u:,,:. cob street,
irvo'of-' SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
"SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.��� Meets on tho First and
, i i .eads of every month id
h     | |'. hall     ' Iblef W. Sutherland.
q   o. F.���Royal   City   Loage,   No.   3
in   Oddfellows'  Hall,   Col
���   . .." v Friday evening
I Visiting brethren will
Icoi ��� .    G,   E,  Gil
11-   , ne, P. G', i
this
I
Dated      ^^^
1909.
A. R, BECK,
Solicitor for Vancouver Power Company, Limited.
Who's Got It ?
COUPON    NO.   257
Won  tii"  Tea Set.
COUPON   NO.  764
Won the Toilei Set
At MOREY'S
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High i |ng pictures, Illustrated s .gram changed Monday, Wed .         and Friday.
Spi dal for    Ladies    and
Children .... afternoon at 2:30.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
-Hard block.  New Westminster, B C
VT AOVRKT1SK "��-
��� IN ���
THE       TAILY       NEW8
it Vi 111 VN in-. a Situation,
Tender for Supplies.
���a-..
GO TO
IB* ARRIVALS!
HARDMAN & CO.
POR   YOUR
HEATING   STOVES
Good assortment, just arrived
Sealed tenders addressed to the uu-
derslgned at New Westminster, B. C,
and endorsed on the envelope "Tenders tor Supplies," will be received up
:., noon of Saturday, the thirtieth day
of January, 1H09, for supplying the
Y'ship chandlery, groceries, moats, coal,
Ul-    COLUMBIA     LODUE     No
-  "IS   OF   ENGLAND,   B    S.-
.,   meets Second and
I each month,
��� i    h  ll, Columbia St.,
��� Degree, Foui tl
e ii h month, same
TRUST BLOCK, FRONT STREET
Look up .. our coui   a
If not claimed    by    1   i    la
nt xt,   tin    two   othi r   num ���
drawn will bi    ubstltutec
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meet    In the
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ich    month,
on _________I^________________H
M        Eight Trains  1  it   y  j)���v in the  Yen
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| COLUMBIA   STREET
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WHEN  GOING EAST
I ME TICKET   v,. '. .
Tu SEND YOU OVEB
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
HARDMAN   &    CO.
A. Hardman    A. James    J. McClughnn
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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James.
J. MoClughan.
WHEN   YOU   BUY   A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get value for your
money. See us before
you decide  to  purchase.
Hardman & Co.
Sole  Audits.
Trust     Block,      Front     Street,
WESTMINSTER.
NEW
md rough lumber, required for the use
of the Department of Public Works at
New   Westminster,  B, ��� '., until March
1"    1910
The supplies furnished must be of
tli" i,,si qualitj of their several kinds
and musl be delivered at the Qovern-
nieni wharf, New Westminster, or
when specified In the form offender.
rii" di pa. menl reserves the right
to ice. i" the whole oi pari ofany tender.
Form .I nder may be obtained at
ih, office of the resident engineer, De-
purtmeni of Public Works, New West-
'-. li. c.
P .    '   ting thi. advertisement
,.'.     the   lei art-
meni  w 111 i paid Eor It.
. not
accepti .1.
G.   \   REEFER,
di in Engii
Worl      New
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Minneapolis, St. Pau)^
and Chicago
In Navy Clay Worsteds.   The BEST
values ever shown
in this city.    Only |
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Advertising and Circulation
me
FAME
as of  Canadian  Homestead
lations.
available Di        ons
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the land i :-     Enti
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fathi i, n
rother oi    i   er of au
tea ler.
: is requlr  i
- <-, iinee. .i  Lhei e
under   ���   ,      i the    following
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ind . u ..   ;  ,. I md
ears.
;   ither,
dOl   H      I),     of    the     ho'.,.'
les  a, on  a  farm  in    the
I the land entered  for, the
i ,'    ,,    to residence may bo
;        i Buch person residing wlt_
8)   if the 3< (tier has his perman
:, farming land on n
In I...   \ Iclnlty of his home.
- requirements   us   to res.-
atli Bed by    residence
fi. an .
months' notti i  In writing should
��� a to thi Commissioner ol Dom
fa Lands al Ottawa of Intention to
|iy for patent.
|OAI_- Coal mining rights may be
ted for a pei iod of twenty-one years
I mi annual rental of $1  per acre,
more    than 2.r.t'0 acres _hall    1|R
"I to tme individual or company.
THE TRAIN Of_____________
["HE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.'
.lies the newest    and be��t ideas
or   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
md   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
a   electricity   and   gas;,  the   most
intly illuminated train in the
The equipment consists ol
private compartment cats, standard
.- tection sleepers, luxurious dining'
-ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coa :h< s ai>. 1 buffet, li
���narv _nd smoking cars.
i  Time Tal es,  Foi lers. or any
��� i   information  call  on  cr  write
F. W. PARKER,
������20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Waii
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $] for 3 mos.
The Daily News-Ada ertiser, Vancouver   50c per month. $5 per year
The Sunday News-Advertiser,       "         50c for 3 mos..
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly   	
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited lor tlie above publications
CHARLES   E.  SANDS,  Agent
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22
$1.50 a year
$_ per year
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ANNUM MEETING Of
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
Would be cheap at ���
^^| gregution
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited''   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Lint"   Omaha   ti
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in the  world  that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago,  Mi! j
waukee  ft St.  Paul   Railway.     Thej i
iv,-I  and operate their own sleeping
in,.   ���; |j . ���     rs <;n alii their trains and
..ive     ,.  i     .   irons   an   excellence   of j
aervi      :     , btainable elsewhere
,i   ���   ROWE. Gencal Agent.
���34 Third Su. cor v.-'*-!*  Portland. Or j
$__
a Page ''ne )
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plom pr   o lonary   wo
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Acme
Clothing
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Lai      'd    G   i)
LIMITED)
Public Meeting
New  Westminster,  B,  C
January  15,  1909.
To His Worship the Mayor:-���
We,   tho    undersigned, re pi ctfully I
yalty at the rate of live cents per   request that you caU a public meeting j
Columbia St.
New Westminster.
shall be collected on   tho   mer-
riitahle coal mined.
V.\   ,,'. COUY,
futy of the Minister of the interior
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
___________    Copyrights Ac.
��� rmnf.apnillno; a akctrh and dowrlpti��� may
'i.i? i.srorliui. our (,i,inl.,n (i��" ?_?___,_?
vi it.r.n la pri.ha! If puieiiliibln.   ' ���i.miiiuiilea-
r_8trtotj��8tmfl a,..I. HANDBOOK on ,��ie_W
BI Iri-e. tll.loat iiiri'i.. " Tor api'drm- pal ant a.
I I'i.i.'tiIs taken tl.n.uuh Mui.n _ CO. rccelvt
M_l�����|i,e, wlHi.,utclmriro, lutlio
Sciettlific jUiteriCiin.
**���-'omi.ly illuatr-.tt-a-uealr.   -#__��������__
,f nny aclentlflo lodrnai.   'i'orina lui
< 1.78 a. year, ptmUtfa prepul.l.    sola uy
TOWN ��co.��,o'^��wa��- New York
Bra-tt, Ofloo, t'. .'  -t., '.Vaiui... jn. D. C.
at your earliest convenience, for   the
purpose of hearing a report from ouri
delegates recently sent to Victoria on j
tha Coquitlam dam  proposition,    endj
also tor the purpose of discussim; the
saint.'.
Very  respectfully,
(Signed), T. S, Annandale, W. S. -oldster, .1. s. Brysoh, W. l>. Johnson,
C. O, Major, Thonia- R. Pearson, F.
.1.  Mackenzie,    A,  E,  White, B. H.j
Sands.  I,.  ||.  I.rshy. I). S. Curtis, !
.1   Han, John A. Lee.
, lun
pilul:
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Tho meeting   originally   called i"1
the Hhh Inst., has been postponed a<
the  request of petitioners until  We
in  day, the 27th Inst,, al 8 P-m.
W   A. DUNCAN,
Cltj   Cl'
City Hall, Januarj    0
th- churcl ' '    ' '"' ,n"1" ""
,.,,. |        . i, fori       ll- ludl
,'.,! that would '"   necessary
a the man
\ ,ii., ui   ��� ���   ��� '   tied on lhe f*ub
,   raisin    i       '     ;li v> ';:,i,r>- ���'" ' ,;
was decided to      ���   -I     Vn a another
, l0 ., yea,       i   ,i   Trapp moved an
���, as',,  to  the loi       -alary,  of I
,,.. men  on  i        '' l"1"'  M'   """
on in i ,i cliiu'-l Increa es becau e
Lhe church wa       i able   n his opln
Ion,   to pay   It.
The vote was hi irtlly accord d,
l��� response ��� ���   -I   vote the chairman said he would accept the Increase
definitely on the    understanding that
the matter   should   not be broached
again till the church was free of debt.
As most, of thom kn< w he had received
many tempting offers from '"<��� east,
I but he felt  he had his work to do in
Westminster,
Tribute to Choir.
i    a resolution was adopted referring
to the managers the desirability of pb-
,' tainlng an electric or water motor for
the organ.     Discussing congTegaUonal
singing the chairman said he had been
told the choir of St. Andrew's gave
some of the best interpretations to the
hymns of any church on the Pacific
coast.
Th- retiring managers were nomin
ated for r-electlon. but Mr. Mowbray
declined, and Ro' ert Love was appointed. W. E. Md-*"1 was appointed auditor. A comprehensive
vol-of thanks wan passed. Refresh,
ments wer- subsequently served,
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THE   DAIL5T   NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,
THE DAILY NEWS
lgnorancej a course of popular lectures
and   a   mod. 1   dairy  controlled  by   the
  government    would    be    acceptable.
i'nhllshed hy the Dally News Fun-   Punshment should be meted out to the
Ushlng   Company,    Limited,   at   then   adulterators.     The   qualifications of  a,
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front   Miilk dealer should be looked Into, audi
manufacturers of food products  regulated.
Ail these things are steps in a right
,| i ection.
Get the Habit
Post Cards
streets, N.w Westminster, 11. C.
i Sepia i
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
<un i onT&^l A BE_>
Ss^^-*a_^/^*^^?
THURSDAY,  JANUARY  21,   1909.
LEGISLATION   IN   THE   MAKINQ.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
NOTICE.
house-  gei  uuwu   io   _u-._e_H   loi
Otlici'   ~< SS10U,   al,.nu -il   ���'"!" '   '���'
prelim naiy m ian.   -en   amin.e
Oil iwu   yi st. rday.     lhe  ei _u_n
.,��� ,:,. r   passed  on   wuiioui   anj
play   oi   pany   '"' "US  ���
be nvi nnd m  -..i" ''noi
in    in
Charle
uu-
. ie.'
  'Aiii'iii.'atii.iis   will   li-   ri'ceived   until
,,   ,     Sail" la     January 23rd, at  12 o'clock!
today the Dominion and  provinci u
'noon for the position ot constable and
mad tax collector for the district of
Burnaby, Salary ;ns constable to be
at the rate of $2.25 per day of 8 hours I
| while on duty. Road tax amounting
to $600 per annum to be collected on|
commission. Applications to state
agi. qualifications and commission required and to lie marked "Application
tor Constable and Road Tax Collector."
C, T.' SAUNDERS, C. M. C,
.1
      cull as : noi id
ol tile head
popular     nuns.',     and   in   Mr,
-Mln rii   Lhe  . Olini IJ   .j as -ui,'a
10c
Per dozen today at
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
������THE 3IG STORE."
��� ���
Just Arrived
������
Bran,
Ai PHONOGRAPHS
Shorts,        Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,      Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. lt
i       Phone 333.
186 Columbia   Street.
I),
Drawer 100
We buy for cash aud
for the same.
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA STREET
_--
ot a man enjoying the confidence oi
both r rencn an i English speaking
i '.inud, in-.
Today al Victoria Lleuc-Cov. Ouus
iiiuir will ..unmet the Inaugural ceremonies wulcli mark the commence
nn ,ii of the third session of ibis prea-
-in. assembly, and although lum
business wlll b<
Drawer 10, New Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE
We hep t" remind subscribers that
)  obtain   advantage  of  dlscuint  oft
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
NOTICE,
Applications  will be  received until
Saturday, January 23rd, al   12 o'clock
noon for the position of road fotemai.
for Wards '.'>, 4, and 5 of the district
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      of   Burnubv,   at   I  salary   I   B   per
done before Monday, j to  obtain  advantage of dlscvunt  oft j ^^      Api)licant   t0 Eumlsn aorse
,,i���i-i  ,.u ���,������,. ir.vmu a busy lime re-   current  month's accounts,    t   will  be
ministers .ue haunt, a uusj,  ���.���!__ ! road purposes.      Appllca-
celling deputations Beveral requests of necessarj   to make payment   if same ana n-
which are of vital Importance to thej at  the  office    of  the Compaiy    onjtlons  lo  state age and.   qualifications
city and district of New Westminster.  Clarkson   street   before   the   -lose  of,and   to  he   marked    'Application   for
The Information available oi tbe in- business ou the ISth of each montn.    j h,,,,,-  Foreman."
tentlona of   the Liberal   ministry at j BRITISH ��� COLUMBIA tki.i:"iioni '
Ottawa, aud the Conservative admin
Illation at Victoria, is as yet so Ittdefln
lie that speculation would be useless,
but  Sir  Wilfrid  Laurler will coin- to
ih-  House of Commons confident   of]
increased popularity at the polls, and!
a  n-wly consolidated party, fresh and!
resolute, behind him, while he will noi;
have tn meet the campaign of obstruction   and     calumny     which   disgraced
legislative proceedings at the capital
last session.     Jt   Is understood  that
bills amending the law on Immigration
ami naturalization wlll be among the
legislative enactments forecast In me
speech from the throne, and no doubt
railway legislation will occupy a largo
share in the business of th... house,
At   Victoria  Mr. Thomas Taylor will
appear    as  a  minister    for  the first
time,    but    otherwise    there i    little
change  from   the     a-i'-Hiel   of     tlie
house last session. Th- McBrlde ministry has a great opportunity to enacl
iscful  legislation  for  the  benefit   ol
iliis  great  province,  passing as 1    Is
through a period of unsurpassed development, secure as the government
is  with  a  large   majority.      Y<     thi
.   i lositlon,    weak    in    the    li mse,    is
-��� "ung  in the country,    and  will do
much to cheek the extmvagenoes an'd
mistakes of the  present    adminlstra
tion.
COMPANY,    LIMIT) H
C. T, SAUNDERS, C. M. ('..
Drawer 10, New Westminster, B
PYTHIAN ;���'
SKATING   RINK I
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eightn and  Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 1-; atternoon,
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to l". Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 io 12, .school children undei "-
will be furnished skates, for 10c. Cm-
mutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
a THE BIG CLOTHING HE
H
C.
MADE IN CANADA
y's
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelope;
ASK   f oR   A
"Little Trooper" Hat
i
Lates
soft hats.
All the New Colors,
also in Black.
Shaped  like  a   redora  onlv  flat
run $2.50 and $3.00 eacn.
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia   Street
v.'*.
PURE MILK  REQUIRED.
A  very Important    report  has bi   ..
Issued by I>>'. C. J. Pagan, secretary of
the provincial board ol health, ..n the
milk supply of the province, suggest
Ing means for improving the same, as
a result of his visit io eastern cue"
last summer to examine conditions.
Th.-  report covers    the ground  ex
Imustively  and    while    there Is  llttli
new iii the recomm ndatlons m id
is deserving of the careful attention
of iii- it. ('. dairymen's association al
iis annual  meeting shortly, and Is of
special Importance to the Fraser v il
ley residents owing to some of thi
cattle breeders iu the prov.net. i,. ing
located here, especially Holsteln specialists, one of the favorite dalrj cows
bred Oil tile Pacific COilst.
Milk is possibly the mosi n ��� ������
article  to the home  life, and  a    thi
food of infants  should  be  absolutely
pure,  Instead    of containing    in  ihe
very    feeding    bottle    ikjIsoii
Again as   essential In serious   Illness
when the patient is weak, and require
wholesome stimulant*., the public Institutions as well a   the homei
be assured ol the sources of   suppl*
being free from contamination, Whllt
the dairyman Is at lust awakening to SSKs  ..     , ____������____ _���_���
ins responsibility tt, Bocietj as a ven \f\ Men s Scotch grain, hand made working boots
nourishment, there are ycl  many wr."   K#j toe Cap,   a $4.50 boot Eor   	
dor of one   of the vital    products of!ild t-_     > , ir in     1 ���        ,   ,     _ <  __ a
are indifferent and car, less, keep dir   XQ B��>?S   ���* ''*���*   Bluchers, Sizes 1 to 5    1.75 a pair
iy  stables, aro negligent    aboul   thi   M Boys' Boston calf School boots, sizes 1 to 5    1.50     "
utensils, .and take no adequate C_S -��.        , , ,/.,,,, . ��� ,       .,,    i i> i
to preserve it du.i.ig ,ii ..mum.,,,.      \jj Misses   ,i ���-. call Bluchers,       ��� 11. to 2, made with heavy solid
���������������������������**���������������������������������������������_-���><-���'.���.���>*��* _ar-r ��������>-��<'�����������������*���>
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will  put it in good j
order, and make it NOT ONL1,
ACCUKA'
RUN but also KEEP I
TIM
The Jeweler I
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
COLUMBIA   STR-.ET,     NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longines ami Hamilton Watch Mov
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Granite ware
Just arrived���Pull and complete stock Oranlteware, in al
lewest designs, and ��-it the lowesl   possible  price      Cnll
no trouble to show same,
ipeel our Btock;
Men's li ather lined box i alf boots, made with waterproof soles, a $6 boot
for *4
Men's patent leather Blucher cut boots, made with a neat kid top and
crease*
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
_a_____a_-���|
vamps, a regular .>
��5.00boot for  4.00
made with plain toe and
3.50
es   ijua-uu  niiiv-ncio, oi_c_ __ vj ut   ��i._���-  ...-������      ..
leather soles  *������""
<a
due to the entrance of bacteria from
outside, it must  h.   handled ca
���Many  attempts  have been   n
prevent milk  from deteriorating,  but
nil more or less seek to kill the bacteria   by  heal   or    terlllzatlon,    Thi
bj  tem which bag pnA   I one t.f the
niosi satisfactory haa b h n   h   pasteur
ication process, oi heating ihe milk to
.���ibont 160 degreei tor twenty minutes
to half an hour, and then  chilling  ll
quickly.    This destroys  m>  i  of thi
harmful bacteria, and does noi deti
orate iho milk.   The fault  is not al-
way* with the  dairyman,  but  some
limes with the home.   There are hundreds  of (gallon.-  of  milk   in  this  ill-
i ���id used every month which ought to
- thrown away.
or.   Pagan   recommends   that, as
many of lhe painful results are due to
' iT��m uJ Cnildren's boots' ^'(,(h1 80ud wearers, sizes 5 to 10 $1.00 and $1.20
a I- to m Great bargains in Ladies' Shoes, prices  $lt40 to $5-00
��9
Wi
PJ (fOOKSLEY'S
f_ i        ���* Picture :
mPOST CARDS
L\J ARK  NOW  ON  SALK  AT
Qj    VI    MOREY'S  STATIONERV   8T0RE
G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,
^CKENZIE���S    DRUG    STORE
11 "THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
F
and
THE STORE FOR SHOE
BARGAINS
NOTICE.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
^^ mi -_r _-_      _-_
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
e
THE      BUHRARD      WESTMhtlST^.R
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will Rppiy to the Parliament of Canada ,at Its nexi session for an Act e-;
tending the time within which the
Company may commence and complete the Railway the construction ol
which was authorized by the Com-
pany's    A>'1  -'    Incorporation    being
Chapter 68 ol the Statute* ol "���"���M
1907, .and  to  authorise     ���    CoSi>'
to enter Into    any    agr ��� tuenl
the Vanct uvi r, Westmin n r aw
kon   Railway   Company   whlcll
thori/ed by S-ctioii 361   ol   ;''
way Act" and for other nt,"'
authorising the    const.1
:���-.���   in & C>S|
lausi (c)o'
.\r;";11
hunce in an easterly-fl
by the mo" lA
Ul'ioetfl
', r
'..!���'
,.-. >���
branch line from PI
lino authorised i'.v
���ection S of th���� company'
cor|)or-iti()i	
n ������;".���".'',.. direction
'jie route through Yale,
Cariboo districts to the m(,sl c0
il
vol"!
the   '"*'
���onv"
lent ixalnt where a junction   ^in
mad-   with  the  branch   lolL'
Vancouver, Westminster   and
| Railway which  runs from
I line of sa|(f Railway
j inonton.
t     Dated at Vancouver, R. C
30tb, 1908.
TUPPER ^ ORI-^1 '
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sterly ;o
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Solicitors tor APP -r-t-RSDAY,  JANUARY 21,  1909.
THE   DAILY   X EWS.
PAGE FIVE,
Every Fur in
the Store Reduced.
T. H. Smith
Big Sale of
Table Damask.
More Price Cuts
TO KEEP UP THE
Sale enthusiasm
Cleaning   Out   Odd   Lines   in   Lace
Curtains.
$1.00 Lace Curtains for 50c. per pair
Ti u  pair in  this
for 50c PAIR.
slightly soiled;   nice  floral,  lacy effect;   21-2 and
yards   lone.      Regular   $l.on.
$1.75 Lace Curtains for $1.00 a pair
21 pairs, 3 yards   ong    Real Nottingham Lace Curtains, bt-autifui bordered effect, with nice scroll design.
Regular $1.75     January Sale Price $1.00 PER PAIR.
25 to 40 per cent, of on all
NET AND GUIPURE CURTAINS.
Cleaning out odd lines of Curtain Muslin, Madras Casement Cloth, Etc.
About -6 odd P- ;-   lengths of from T to 15 yards   white and colored   .Madras, ioin  spot.  Muslin,   Bob
blnette, Casern ent  Cloth, etc.    ll to 51 inches wide    Regular prices  35c,   10c and 50c.    January Sale
price 20c YARD.
Big Sale Bed Pillows.
A Good Pair of Pillows for $1.45
a pair
in filled Bed Pillows, size
nice etrlpedtlck.   January Sale Price $1.45 pair.
Monster Sale of Remnants.
ds, Waisilngs, Coatings, Print.-, Galateas, Flannelettes,   Damasks,   Kimona Cloth*
i . Linens, etc.   All at Sal- Price.
���i
���:
Sale of Silesia  Linings and  Percalene.
15c and 20c Silesia for 10c yard
and all      on-, 36 Inches wide, splendid durable'q-altty.   Sale Price 10c YARD.
Last Call for Louisienne Silks at 45c Yd.
20    ���.      Ixiuislei       Silks in pink, cardinal,  myrtle, champagne, etc;   Regular 75c and 90c.   Sale price 45c.
T. H. Smith's Big January Sale
tock-Ta
..il entertalnmt nl of th
will be held In the I. 0. (
,-enlng
the  cover oil  _ tox  of  "13.
cigars   ind  try one.    It will  make
' li. Ltrown, of ilif Settlers' \-so-
n, . confined 'o his resldi ace
i .  mack of Influenza
lear Havana cigars of exclusive
[merit���the "Lirillante," made by ihe
IB. C. Cigar factory.
Bi�� Reductions in
c Furniture. Carpets,  Linoleums and  Crockery.
Special $16 Dresser Stands for $11.90.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster, B.C..
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
���Mrs. Oeorge  Adams  will   in  future  ���������*>��-������---����������.�������������##������������<
receive on the fourth Monday of each)
month, Instead of on the Becond. *
Ml dealers handle "B, C,' and "Old
I Sport"    cigars,
, brands.
The     oid     rellabli    ���
Hi
���
_ To the General Public:
���
���
r.   Cunningham,   on   Carnarvon J    SEE
4
...,.,���     ol Auiicli iu v. ... .
1 will   meei   at   ihe  resid. n a   ui
M
.....
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A   i      nier   Intendi i   tor  s. rvlce on   * 0
4     a
i he upper  t ra ei   rlvi now   In ing  ���
constructed al McPhee's yards, Van 4
comer, i will !������ ready for servlc. >,
earl 5 In the surum. J
4
For table decorations, aud    weddlue ���
bouquets���a specialty. King up   Tidy,  _
!..���_���
It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.    An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
Supply Stores GE0- adams :
���_-=_= ��� -��� Prop. *
the Florist, L-4.
C.-.ium'-       --'��� -.-t
New   Westminster, B. C.
rhone   92.
Rev. W.  li.  Barraclough, of Qu en    *w����*t��'V>r   .���ct,-*4��*V' .      Hi rtttHMMtMMMMUMI
Avenue   Methodist    Church,   has    ac ���_	
cepted a call to Central Church, Sar- ; Everything  you   need for the   Fan'.,
nia. Ont.    i-   will leave for the East!
i: in July.
Dinner at
Westminster
Transfer Co
lli- Moody Park Store
UTflre
Tr;.    I urns   V     I -a a .;   Pi iu iry   �� ood.
I        i" best,    li    ri   stuff ,all people
plug  poultrj   should  use.    At your'Also	
grocers and druggisl s ** '
| Butter, 3 lbs. for $1 00, nnd a full as-
After having been closed down tor Lo-tment ot Seasonabb  Goods,
about ten days because of Inclement
weather, tu.   Emerson Lumber Co., ot w* H' SMITH, Proprietor
Corner  Sixth   Av��   and   Tenth   St.
Port   Moody,   resumed   active   opera-   _	
tiona yesterday. The company reports  ���,       -- ., .
a   large   demand   (or   lumuer,   United  QUy YOUl* Groceries ft'Olll
ADAMS & DEANS
oi,- 18_.      Barn   ''none 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
For tirst-class cut Bowers and any
kind of Floral work, ..) honi
Davles' Greenhouse, B20S. **
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
W. N'orman Bole, K   C, left yeBter-'
day for Victoria, where he wlll attend 3  lbs. creamery  butter   -   -   - $1.00  Mince Meat, per  package   -   -
th   opening of the provincial legisla- Canned salmon, 2 cans for   -   - 25 Klondike Soap, 4 bars   -   -   -
���an- today.   He will also take part In                          the besl quality, tin '. i Eclipse Soap, per cartoon 6 bars
the  Conservative   convention   tomor-- Baking  Powder, Blue   Ribbon, Toilet Soap, 8 cakes to box   -
row.                                                         per can   ....... 20!Tea (Soagulja sold ..*,   j,,,. .���,"
Baking Powder, Schillings Best So        package)  special   -   -   -   -
Extracts,   Lemon   and  Vanilla. Flour, per sack   -        -   -   -   .
best brand 8   OZ. bottle   -
to
-
20
it)
...
1.65
The Kami na commenced yestfirdaj
to take the Favorite's run to Ladner
and Steveston, while the latter i-oat
Is being repaired.*   The Chlllwack run Phone 97    --------     PROMPT  DELIVERY.
will be resumed in a tew days. _.	
ng
After taking stock we find we have several
odd lines of good winter shoes. These we
are putting on our bargain tables, and
cleared out they must be. Here is a sample of how they are going:
Men's Velour, Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $6.00, going for
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
Remember this is at
W. E. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.
Miss Margaret Lester, who has been
visiting relatives at Nicola for the past
turee months, returned to the cltj
yesterday, and Is al present ���staying!
with her sister, Mrs. .Mourn of Th.rd
a Vi li lie. j
.1. Buntzen has resigned from the
pos.iion .,f managing director of the
the U. C, K. K. Company, intending io!
promote street railway enterprises in
Brazil and other parts of tu- continent,
William Oliver, accompanied bj his
wiie and daughter, lunched at the Russell hotel yesterday. Mr. Oliver is
ont. ol iii- pioneers of Lethridge, .\t-|
oerta, and thluks ol seining on ine
1'iieuic coast, being engaged In tne
lumber Industry,
Throughout yesterdu*. logs in small'
juantitles were drifting down the
. raser r.ver, having escaped trom the
broken boom at Pitt River and above
in i ,a , mills, roar or Ji\- tugs
have been engaged In recovering  the
logs   a-   i ley   i-acli   the  Lull' ol   _eor
gla.
Tho public meeting called for tomorrow uigbi wuh reference to in-
I'oipiillam dam Is again postponed in
order to aiovi u number of interested
parties to attend at meeting, of the
provincial parties at Vlotora th ��
week In connection with tho opening
of the house The minting la now
called   for   nexl   Wednesday.
T.ndeis ar- being called for by the
department of public works in this
city for the supplying of ships chandlery, groceries, meats, coal and rough
lumber for use by that department lu
New Westminster, The advertisement giving full particulars will be
found on another page of this Issue.
The monthly meeting of the Native
Sons was held last evening, two new
members being initialed. Af^r t_e
; usiness of the posl was concluded a
social evening was held.
Born.
On Sunday, the  17th, a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Jas, Heay, of Sixth street.
READ INS
A.  W. McLeod,
Insurance Agent,
City.
Dear Sir,���! beg to thank you
for prompt settlement of loss on
my stock in Bank of Commerce
building which was destroyed in
the fire of Jan. 9.   Although my
loss forms wcrt* onlj   hand d to
you to-day 1 have air  ,::." received your check fa full :-���..' tlemenl   I
my dawns againsl your company.
V..,,.   truly, I    A. WELSH.
:       New Westminster. B. C,
January I., U0
The above is an instance of the prompt manner in
which the companies I represent settle their losses.
I can not only insure your property for less money
than others, but when a loss occurs it is paid without delay. Enquire for my rates before renewing or placing
your insurance.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY, January 21
'909.
PALISADES FORMATIOV
Allied   In   Tlra*   -imi   Type   ��o    -.run
H.iljoke  nuil   (ape   ntotnidon.
The complete height of the cliff wr��.
much higher, originally, for the glacle:
that buried North America down U
this latitude eroded billions of ton>
which went to tbe upbuilding of Long
Island, trap bowlders being common lc
the soil of Brooklyn, 11ml 1 have found
on the top of the Palisades opposite
Epuyten Iniyvil glacial grooving* and
pollshlngs that have survived tbe pr��
sumptlre __,000 years since tbe glaelei
melted. The outpour of this uniss frotr
a volcano ivbose crater ive cannot s<
much an guess ln this day was trenien
deus, and it cut the Hudson and Hack
ensack valleys asunder and pushed thi
harbor several miles to the southward
while related activities thrust abovi
the surface, either as downpours or lip
pours, the thousand asiles of linsaltli
hills that -bain tbe Carolina* to 1b��
Bay of Funny, so that our Palisade*
���re allied in form and time to Mount
Holyoke and Cape Bloraldon.
To the mineralogist our Fnlh-ades d.
not yield ns much of interest as w*
find io the rotting trap of rnterson, .
fewr miles away, from which have bee\
taken the largest prebnites in tb,
world, sua grevn and wonderful; roya
amethysts, balls of silky pectollte ai_
quartz pseudomorphs that copy thenv
hot we llud lu these cliffs occasion-.
dupUcates of tho columns thnt main
the Giant's cansewdy and Frugal',
cave���geometric shapes of thrtar, fou,"
Ave, six and more sides, not n result o
crystallization, as was once Imagined
for trap is a rock, not a mineral, but
of lateral shrinking when it has moi
ed.-Charles M. Sklnuer in Century,
REPLY RECEIVED FROM
RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS
Following the action of the city
council on Monday the clerk wired to
the secretary of the Board of Railway
Commissioners asking for a session in
this city during the commissioners'
visit to the Pacific coast at the end of
February, and is in receipt of the fol-
lowlng reply from the secretary, A. I).
Cartwrlght: "Board has no complaints from New Westminster, If
you send any In, board will deal with
them when there,"
The complaints lo which reference
has been mad-, particularly with re
gtard to From and Brunette streets,
wui I-, tabulated, and forwarded to
Ottawa.
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger Service per
b>->.    jRamona
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PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OURIWOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application. <���$���
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(Correspondence
��:
COQUITLAM   LAKE   SURVEY.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���ln your special leader in yesterday's issue on the B. C. Electric
Railway Co.'s plans in reference to
Coquitlam lake dam, you���quite unintentionally, no doubt���supply a missing link. I'p to ihe appearance of
the advertisement of the appliSauon
lo the provincial government by the
Power company, it has been a puzzle
to others besides    my-elf,  as to  the
reason why the survey of our water
shed reserve    was   so
systematically
blocked and delayed; but now no further explanation Is needed for the
company wants 1300 acres of the land
8peclaliy reserved for the protection of
our water supply. The failure to car-
ryout the plainly expressed wishes oi
0Ul, ,.������������. : only a few weeks ago l
termed in the public press "A gross
breach of trust," and up to the pres*
em time there has l a no attempt at
denial either on the part of the mayoi
or city council.
But  I expressly dispute your state-
t Jackson & Morrison
i
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
.���..H���H^-M��* **********
Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665
\i�� Pure <;.��ltl In   ___,
"Gold when refined from all Jaipur.
ties," said a jeweler, "and alloys of inferior metals is denominated pnr-
This means '.'old of twenty-four carats
sntl this Is iii- standard recognized b;
4ho mint "-.si--- Paul dealers ie srold
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
i and  Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
al 2:30 p.m.; additional trip on Mondays, leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham Island 7
a.m. dally, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
al 5:30 p.m., calling at Steveston as
Inducement offers.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
0*0*O*0*0*O400*0*O*-*-*O^^
I LOT 7, Block 36|
\Q  *  . ����� s
on the corner of Royal a��.nue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. B.
tracks run past this property. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
ment that the city has no st
the matter, and should the p
government   be   so   Ill-advised
grant the additional powers
we  still   have   u,e Dominion
men:  behind us and I will :,. ���  :.
that  that  government    win   .,������..
pressly reserving the watershi i v ,
stultify itself by allowing  .
tion  for  its own  gain  t<,  j;..
territory and tamper with ai
.���or the  purity of our  wate
In conclusion | hope th-i.
i'u'1 and  representative atti n ���
ill- public meeting which I ������ ������,
been again postponed.
wm, wolfendb:
New   Westminster.  Jan.  -.'..
I Dominion Trust Co.
8    T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.	
2 New Westminster,  B. C.
<_���_��� 3��0*C*0*00*��C*C*C*0*C*0 0*C*0*O*0*D*0040*0*0*040*0
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladle
up.
Silver   Watches,   g-nt '   ��� ,   ,    *
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'     , l8j
$7.50 up.
\ ���-'������nt    for    Waltham    . i
watches.
Watch repairing a Bpeclal
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Croce*
���___? ��_��_��
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RAILWAY COMPANY
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JL J. ';
I Young People,    Attention ! j
j You   can  receive   instruction in night classes at ?.
|      Columbian College      J
In   ARITHMETIC,  BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
*     SHORTHAND.   TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL.     LAW      PENMAN-   |
'     SHIP. ���
t
All  or any  pari   of  the above Tuesday  .and  Thursday  evenings   &
*.   from 7 to 9. .*.
I ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
~'-:'m'''.'.:'*'''.'.:'*--..'-'m-'-'..'-*-    -a-  ':, ''���������:,;���������  [���*-���'[ ..- '' ..-:'' ....:';:"���..������' >.���:''-...  ' ���.     ...    ... ...      ..-"���������.'':���,���   ' .   '.���������.
('..inmeucing January 1st train Eoi
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 a m;
i ain for a'l points Easl at 3.36 p.m ;
train  for Agassiz a1   5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points
Reservations    mad-  for     first     clas
|sleepers, tourisi and steamer cabins
For farther particulars and reservu-
' t'ons apply
ED.  GOULET.
Agent, New Westmin :"i
|or to C. P. POSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.   VnnnouviW.
.KflEAft.���IBM
NEW WELLINGTON
A   L
PENNSYLVANU SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone   105.
_r_���ia.���)������ ���i
P.O. P.o>l 47i.      Te
! VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY
WARNING TO PURCHASE
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer  Ercs.   Engines
l1- to 25 '.:     . 2 and  ', i ycle
value on thi
stock at
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AX��V_RTIS_
- IN ���
THE       DAILV       NEWS
If  "ou  WANT  HELP.
..W estmirister..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
iiiiith Street,  ���   Net, Westminster
Res.   428 i
Every a    I   imenl of I ti
,.    \      .u  Volute
i    be
: oln'tmi n   ol a    i
fori        '-    ���
���
���        f Sec 11 on 5 i
Bo ���:.      ���>���''   15 18, whh ii
[no of th
untei appointi
��� ��� e accept
;      irtmenl
v.!.',.':   is net executed   .
���the  date  of the warrant   <
grant Issued       the M
nd Defei
J. W. GREENW W
Land;    ���'    ,
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S3      *����  9   W   ?S!  ���a
rect from the Prairie Provinces, as Supplied by
The Reichenbach Company
PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
The best meat at the lowest possible prices.    Butchered
dressed and shipped under GOVERNMENT IINSPECTION
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers       .       . ���     - -       -       Columbia St., New Westminster THURSDAY, JANUARY  21, 1909.
THE DAJLL.: NEWS.
PAGF -EVKN
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
SrKlsh Columo'a roast  '_in.
Service.
TIME TABLE
.AIMCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January 13.
s; s. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
ouver Ll) p. m., going direct, to Se-
y, d [ly exct pt Monday.
3.S. Princess Royal leaves Vancou-
'.. a. ui. l'or Victoria daily, ex-
���i)t Wednesday.
:-. Princess Charlotte leavi b Van-
ai  1 p. in. dally tor Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
g.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
Now Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed-
isday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
8-3. Teea
Leaves Victoria 11  p.m.   1st,   lOtu
md 20th of each mouth for Clayoc-iiot,
vu>! |i ito Harbor and way ports; 10th
,    .': month for Quatsino and way
..irt_; "0th ot cacli mouth for Ahcuset,
itslno, Cape Scott und way pons.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leavei   Vancouver  1:30  p-m- daily,
apt Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at
% in.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
��� incess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
I2th and 26th.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
,-,.  Beatrice  leaves Vancouver Jan.5,
ith;  Feb. 2nd.
Frincess   May   leaves  Vancouver
���    29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP RIVER,
leaver���<
Piuui   New   Westminster   Moud iy
ine-day and Friday at 8 a.m.
prom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday,
.  .��� Saturday at 7 a m.
For   reservations   ana   miurmation
1 or address
ED. GO-LET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
,i '. Gen. Pass. Apent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROUP,
General 8up_-*ntnnd___ Vtetorl-
SHE.
How nicely aad easily a Cake can be iced with
ake Icing
Chocolate. PinR, White, Lemon. Orange.
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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Electric Hailway Service;
Interurban   Line.
Cars tor Vancouver and wit
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:a<) a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. _L
(Last car lv. Vancouv-T lliSI.I
Cars leave the depot every
twenty ml_utes for both Sapperton and city limits ovpr t_e
city line.
British Columbia
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City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6.20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an-,1 fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencine at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday  Service   nall-nnurlj between 8.30 a.m  and 1! p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Every pen guaranteed
Full II Kt, bend Gold ��� il
on right hand may be had
in cither our standard
black opaque ��� attt rn
Non-breakable Transpai-1
i ut, ea desired, either i-. v
plain or eneravt I finisl
as preferred,
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if you don -. Ri i,,...,
a t-,-lt<T   arti. le 1
one  loi  ,,,,:
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<:nhe,   tetra Of. ,  finlah.
every��� 1,    for I
wanted    W,!t. for t.. - . i,
now '  I, a \ ... forzet.'"    AJtlri,
|'|* Laughlin Mfg. Co.'*:
-25     Majstio Bldg..
Detroit. sii,ii
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WHEN YOU WANT ANY KlHO OF
REPAIRING DONE
Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery re-
| paired,  go  to
ALEX. SPECK
"Man
TAKE
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da   St.
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Wheel.
FOR SALE CHEf P.
Largi   ���.. am .vblstl
Four horse power engine.
11 .' bi i aw cuti er.
One top for express wagon.
Also a goo I assort-i nt of now and
tecond hand goods.
SPECK & CfiANDELL
Speck Elor.!<.  Near Tram Office.
ADVERT-.-1-      "-��
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THE       DAILY       MEWS
I    R QUICK  RETURNS
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IN   THE   OLD   COUNTR1
I    ARRANGED AT THIS OF
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Empress of Ireland Jan. 8th
;*>rsican Jan. 22
Fer  othi r  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED   GOULET,
C. P  It. Agom
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Mane 1 Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   per   day   up.
Room   and   board   $2.5U  per  day up.
room  with  batli  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.    '
m^sWW^  $250.00   In   Prizes
fMff^m^.   -*   v  . Given away every month
absolutely Free with
FIRE ALARM BOXES
G���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon an! Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9��� Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12��� St.  Mary's Hospital.
a3��� Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  DufTerln
IS���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and   Sixth.
24���....ni avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av-xue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
-7���Third avenue and Tenth.
.12��� Agnes aud Sixth.
-4    Schaake Machine Works.
Columbia and McKensie
C 1' R   Station.
'-    S Hall & RiioUltn Mills.
^0:/ Royal Standard FLOUR
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,   Greenhouses    and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS l'or the spring trade
from the best growers in England. France, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
well as those which can be successfully grown In B. C.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
rmd small fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental in all leading
varieties suitable for planting
In B. C. All the best make of
spray pumps.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
(\OTIC__.
.NOTICE is hereby given that ap
plication wlll be mud,.- b*, the Vancouver Westminster and .ukon Railway
Company to the Parliament of Canada at us next Session for an Act to
extend the time for commencing the
construction of the brancn lines authorized by Chapter 1.6 of the Statutes of I'ana la, , Edward VII, O-iug
as follows:
(a) From a point on the main line
between Anderson lake and Green iak"
running along or near Lillooe-t Lake,
Llllooet River and Harrison Lak", and
thence southeasterly to a point on the
International boundary line, at or near
the town of Huntingdon, in the Pro-
\ .. .   of British Columbia.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
fot CONRAD, CARCROS:>. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains texcept
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information uppiy to
I.   H.   ROGERS,   'iragtr.   Manager,
Trains & Steamers
Leave New Westminster 8:20,
11:20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22.
Arrive at New Westminster 10:17,
12:25, 16.27, 18:45 and 23.
-     liREAT NORTHKUN  RA1-.SVA..
j Lv. N.W. 9:16 a.m.: ar. S' attle i p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4;',.-) p.m.; ar, Seatth   m u.rn.
Lv. N, W. 12:10 a.m.; ar, Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:56
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. A". 6:20
1a.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
N i, 397   leaves   New Westminster
p.m., arrive Guichon 0 p.m. Frl-
tla    ;  also conne itions by Ui:io a.m
exc   it New We ir Tuesday and
1:35  rhursday.   .
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., irrive N< ��
Westminster S:45 Frldaj  ;   ilso con-
'.-   lions by 2 p.m.     ixcepi    Gulchon
'���'     daj and 6 a.m, Thursday.
Lv, :.. SY   6:20 a.m.. 3 p.m., and S.55
Foi  Vani ouv.  .
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m.,  l p.m. and
ill:')u p.m. for Westminster.
B.  C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOCVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m.. and every halt
hour thereafter till ll p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5:60, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
Grand Trunk Ry_
Excellent Train Service Between
l',,"hl;;;;; Ch;caso, London,
Every 49-lb. sack of Royal S tandard Flour leaving our mills contains a numl ered coupon. On the last day of each mouth 10 number,
will he drawn and published In tbe _r��t issue of this paper following
To each one holding the duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon
return to ns of ihe coupon, deliver free of all charges to any address
a HANDSOME CHINA DINNER SET of 100 pieces, value $2,->.0fl.
Full particulars on the back of   each   coupon.     BEGIN    SAVING
THEM TODAY.
REMEMBER, We guarartee every sack of   R��ya' Standard to   be
the purest, sweetest and most wholesome bread flour on the market.
MANUFACTURED ONLY  BY
Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the East naif of the southwest
quarter of Sectlou 13, Township 10, in
the Dlsrtict of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate Of Title No. 6386F, issued In the
name of Johana H. Strand, has been
Bled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue n
duplicate of the said Certincat,e, un
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster.  IV C, Dee. 2<Uh. 190��
between Llllooet and Quesnel, rtinni
In  an  easterly direction  through  the
a   d of Quesnel Lake to a point at or
nt ar Tete Jaune Cache;
(c) From a point on the main line
between the Cottonwood and Willow
rivers, running Bouth-easterly to Bar-
kervllle;
(d) From a point on the main line
in British Columbia on Willow river,
running easterly to the Eraser river,
thence along the Fraser river to Tete
Jaune Cache, thence through the Yellow Head Pass, thence by the most
convenient route to Edmonton;
I'ntil the Kith day of July, 1912, and
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said branch lines In operation until the 13th day of July, 1914,
and authorizing the Vancouver,
Westminster and Yukon Railway Company, 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 Railway and Navigation Company for any of the purposes specified In said section 361.
Dated at Vancouver this    -Ith    day
of December, 1908.
MARTIN, CRAIG, BOURNE   & HAY
44E Granville strct, Vancouver.
B. C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver  Westminster and Yukon Railway Co.
Hamilton, Tor<-.-.__,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VA-X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicatro. III.
A.
^ROFESSIONAu..
.VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
opposite Court House, New Westralu-
���iter.    Pboni-t 143.
w
H1TE8IDH & EDMONDS, Ban-liters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
M1TIN & McQ-ARlUE, BARRlS-
i crs. solicitors, etc. Offices, No*s
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornji
:iark8on and Lome streets.
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Hartford Company
Incorporated 1810.
Assets       -       -       ���     $21,411,439.43
A-sets
Connecticut Company
Incorporated I860.
-      -       -      $6,195,758.69
Phenix Company
Incorporated 1S53.
Assets      -       -       -      $9,141,546.04
Insurance Co. of North America
Incorporated 1792.
Assets       -       -       -    $13,016,911.36
,,_-,    companies, which have paid dollar for dollar ln all great fires since their incorporation.   They paid over fifteen million, to policy holders after    the    great
We represent the above old eitabl sued ana re                                                promptly, honorably and without trouble,  to the assured.   As example see  the  following fires:- I     5
n Francisco flre   In tne New Westminster dlitrtct tney navt ..  ^^	
At Burnaby
August 26th, 1908.
On   SpP1-   8   Mr*   Clajton   acknowledged receipt of cheque for payment
of claim in full and ar ran Rod to Insure
his new house with us.
At Central Park
January  29th,  1908.
Mrs. Sandell, the assured, wrote on
I ,|i.  18:    "Ytiur    cheque for the full
amount of the Insurance was received
this morning.''
At Coquitlam
June 24th, 1907.
Donald   McLean,   the   assured,     on
Juno   28,   acknowledged   payment  of
loss: "Thanks for cheque, dated June
28, In  settlement for loss in full."
At Sapperton
Sept.   Ulb,   1908.
Writing from Winnipeg, Man..
shortly after the destruction of the
Dynes store on Columbia street, Mr
T. E. Ilerron acknowledged "receipt
of choque In full settlement of his
loss on the building."
h r ���_.�� where wo have bad a lire loss claim made upon us. the policy holders have bee,   so well satisfied with the prompt and adequate settlement made by the com,
1��� each of the above cases and in every o.hr-r   ^ ��� ^ 	
nle, wo represent that they have placedltheirj^__i_ _ _ _	
IF   YOUR  HOUSE
FURNITURE,
OR OTHER PROPERTY
IS NOT INSURED,
SEE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
260 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY, NEWS..
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, -i,,g
Special Sale
FORCE.
8 Packages for
25 cents.
!
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EdipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
BIG POWDER BUST I
MAKES RUPERT QUAKE
Residents of Rainy City Take; I
to the Hills When Blast is!I
Fired.
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ECLIPSE SOAP.
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_Cc.  per   package; 3 }
| packages  for 50 cents. |
Packages slightly dam- j
aged by water. j
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Gallon tins of Plums,
Peaches, Pears and Apples, per tin 25c.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
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Prince Rupert, H.C, Jan. 20.���Tw.n-l
iy tons of black powder, placed in five'
large coyotte holes, and connected
and Bred by a single battery in the big
bluff about five hundred yards southeast of Prince Rupert, was shot at 3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon. All
the residents of Kuoxville vacated
their liouses and took to the high hills.
It is estimated that over ten thousand
yards of rock and earth were removed
by this shot and thrown into the
ocean. Many large stumps were
thrown five hundred feet high. This
is regarded .as the largest and most
successful blast yet fired on railway
work at Prince Rupert.
ORINK BOlLtD/MlLK-
3 lbs. creamery butter
for $1.00.
3 dozen selected eggs
for $1.00.
}     First class apples, per
;| box $1.25.
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the be��t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
[DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows. Turning, and Bandsawing.
J. KEN LEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
AefatedjWater?,
Family trade a specialty.
r��l. 113. Office   _tght strict
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    B.    C
* Doctor Bar* it   Will  \ ......Innle Y��
Ajtalnftt   <'__mi���tptlo ���.
"The Idea of vaccination as-inst cou
���rumption Is not a new idea," said -
physician 'And. furthermore, you
and I have unconsciously many times
perhaps vacillated ourselves agnlnsi
this disease."
"I have vaccinated myself against
consumption'.' 1 must have doue It Id
my sleep, then."
"Not ut all.    Let me explain.
"Chauveau, Baumgarteu, Grlsez, Beh
ring, (.'aline;te. Guerln and other eminent Investigators have taught us thai
the germs of consumption���the bacilli,
the little living creatures that eat up
the lungs���do noi enter our lung-
through the respiratory tract, but
through the Intestines���that is to sr.j
we don't breathe ln consumption
germs; wc eat them.
"In the region of the Intestines, therft
fore. these men for some years eou
ducted their vaccinations for consum?
tion. They took calves, and they vaccinated these calves with milk con
taining dead bacilli. Afterward they
gave the calves milk containing liv.
bacilli, and, whereas this latter milli
caused deadly consumption In ordinary
calves, iiuioiig those that bad '..ecu
vaccinated no evil effect whatever en
sued.
"Among animals and perhaps amonj
men milk containing dead consnmp
tion germs makes a virus which, ap
piled to the intestines. Ts a sure com
for consumption.
"Therefore, when yon and I drink
our milU boiled (as we should always
do despite the oystery taste), we are
If the milk happens t . contain bacilli,
actually Introducing Into our Intestines
the vims that, amoi g aj i ':s at l.'-si.
Is consumption's sore preventlv >
"Moral.- Drink bolli alik only *"-
SL Louis Globe-1 leinocru
Orders   Taken   For
We i i specialty
������    .   .-: I '   In dried.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End cf Third Avenue.
Pnone 413.
T elephone 164
Thomas Peters
4449+444444444444444444444
House  of   Quality |
$io|
Buys any one of the
Suits
in our East window,
size 36 up.
What's to
Become
J. EUGENE BROWN _ CO.
CLOTHIERS and
HABERDASHERS.
. What's to  i
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4
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l of Them? t
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X lie,  will your  family i
�� ovided  for?    No thought- *
X ul   man  i an  let  that   Que I on
4 remain unanswered,     .ou  owe
X I                irotecdon thai ! ft   .,-��� 4
��� BUr nice gives, i
4      The   new    Reset,,    Dlvldi nd 4
��� Policies  of the 4
t t
jTheSunLife:
��� ASSURANCE COM
it PANY OF CANADA \
furnish Endowments at Life
Rates. The guaranteed Ca_h
Surrender Vultk-s an. Paid-up
Values are exceptionally liberal,
in keeping with the other term-   4
r* It 1 ll l.ai'i vlll.
As you si, le a. isl  youth  into
middle age get . t-ood grip or. 1
enthusiasms,     *.j;,. ,   black   after
they are gone,    li .-ood thing  1 ...
to renew your own . :i intinuit*
Interest In the life of some young
friend. Few things are more helpful
or more beaut rie   Is    p be
tween  the young am!  the old,
have ever.! thing      . ��� 1 ach
What Is most 1 oth���yo
uncertainty  hihi  . .:,    ���-     ���
sympathy,   nge's
iie-,1 of >.,.: eiiing tentlt mess
ed aud 11*;: ral    d I13
tere-sts and affections
llii'.-il    Mor.illt-
une  never bears  t.f  a  du n ������
rrong.    Every oue bearing any
title   in  lhe  peel.: ->���   ir perhaps
subjected to the t< mptatlona of
world, 11 ������ di ��� ll."
duke   never.'    Indeed,  the  1
man's vc, es are
Terra   respe 1       .-...���
,'.,oui  wh ' n he no ������������. r
London Tailor.
Free.
"Jphnny," quelle I ber   '     -
Juve die , i---
betwei 11 eli
"You don't   .. .. ..
Ilghtnin'," in     .-.-y.-M. 1
kee Sentinel
Improved farm for Sale
BY   TEN-ER
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Januai    .     ' ��� porcha
the wl      ���       . . tion of ~-
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district   ��� ��� j    urea m ���
less.
Tt :.
In
of the policies.
See us about these Den   poll-
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Collistcr's
Janu
Hundreds of customers are taking advantage of oui
January Sale prices. Make out your list of wants and
visit every section of our store. Investigate oui'oil
ings.    You are free to examine and look around in
this store.    Remember, at prices such as we ha
marked these various garments we must clear tb
out.   However, the stock is over-heavy, and rigor.   3
methods had to be adopted to start them movii
This sale closes January 30.   Now is the time to avail
yourself  of the many money-saving opportunity
Some Exceptional Snnps in
Remnants of Dress Goods
i roods
Januar   Sa Some. :    ���'���' ' ' :'
Reduct
... '    : cent ���'    ���;���   ii
t. Bo*. ��� etc.shoi        igth sultabl Wai-i
jusl   ..:,'���... ���   ���'- I    '   ' ''::-'.     :' '     ���        :i
Hundreds of Remnants of Staple Goods   of   every   description   at   big   rations..,   Several   lots of Lace  Embroidery    and    Ribbon    Remnants.
at low prices to cles- up the o-Jr!-; -md ends.
���
I
I
Staple Lines at prices which denote Sharp Reductions.
11 pieces striped flannelettes 30 to 34 inches in
width. Regular prices 12 1-2 and 15. Sale price 10c.
in pieces of English Flannelettes in strip- .
fast colors, good qualities. Regular prices 20c
Sale price 14c.
15 ends of English prints, muslin and cotton
delacacies. Regular prices 15 to 20c. Sale price
10 l-2c.
300 yards of plain colored sateens and striped .Moreen.    Regular prict
Sale price 10c.
One lot English and Canadian Ginghams in dark and light colors I
striped patterns.    Regular price 15 and 20c.   .Sale price 12 l-2c.
150 yards Twilled and Plain sheeting in white or unbleached 70 to 80 m
wide.    Regular prices 35 and 40c.    Sale price, per yard 25c.
'���   |
Corticelli  Filo Embroidery Skeins   on Sale.      Three
Skeins for 10c.
v   100 dozen of Corticelli Skein Silks ln papers, Filo only.    We are clearing out
our entire stock of this make of embroidery silk.    There may be some shade-
can use.    Try some at 3 Skeins for 10c.
t
SomeTempting Reductions
on Laces and Embroideries
at 3c per yard.
lot of Laces and  Flannel*
Iglug; regular pi Ice   5c to
.. ...  per yard   _o
At 5c per yard.
of Pillow Lace, Torchon
... -,   Valenciennes   Lace, etc.,
out ail odd patterns in
.- widths and patterns
liar prices Sc to  16c;   now,
���ard       5c
At 8c per yard.
On*- lot of G lip in . Oriental and
Val-aci'-rin*i Insertions and Ui-
Reg-Iar price 12 l_c 15c
and 2oc; sale price per yard 8c
At 10c per yard.
On* iot ot Cambric Edg.ugs, in.
Bert----, Lar.'-'n of all descriptions.    Regular -..-ires \:)C to 30e
&     . he  lot to clear a ,
���        I           10c
The Low Prices continue
on all Ready to Wear
Clothing.
Ladles'   Coats,  .-  .     .   guu ..:
-all P ���<-'��� u ������ less, In many instance - there . . .���,��� ;,, u,
sellintr good.-.
��� ,1  ll .,j ���       ,,. ila
... and colors,
always  ion    ���        thi e
���as being of the  b< 8t   valui
the stock is over heavj
clear o.i;  this lot  we ���
price which ��� I] Qnd ih"ui rt i
purch-st rs, Ri gular price   I
to $4.75; to cleai at .$3
��-_ tt j    i ���      �� Some   serviceable    Dr-
175 Underskirts for $1.00, Skirtc. at c4 qk
Heatherbloom and Moire ^
Underskirts at $3.45.
On., lot of Ladies' Black Sateen
Moreen and Cotton Taffeta I'n
dersklrts made full in size with
fancy plaited frl���, Regular
prices $1.25 to $1.75; sale price,
eaoh $1.00
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at 3.45
Regular   prices    10c  to    $4.7.,���
one lot of Ladles' Dress Sl
of the v>ry best   materials an I
newest styles.-   Cloths used ;.'-
vicunas, Venetians, plain Hon,*
vpuns,    striped   and     checl-.-ii
Tweeds in almost all colons. }: ���
try skirt is tailor-made and   .'
to the usual standard of our n-
ments.  Regular  prices  $7.50 to
$12.50,     Now     $���;.���',���
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   EOR  WOMEN'S WEAR
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