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INSURANCE
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LIFE
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[WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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NEW  WESTMINSTER    B.  C, TUESDAY   MORNING   JANUARY  19, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPV
IOOSlVELT RECEIVES
VERBAL TROUNCING
indy Wm. Willette Makes
Bitter Attack on Talkative
Theodore the First
Washington,  Jan.   18.���When   repre-
Intatlve Wiliam Willette, jr., of Far
��� l iwa.   New York, wtis In the midst
[iltter  attack  <m   the   president,
B House of Representatives    toda)
a vote of 126 to ts refused to allow
���  ,,, proceed  on   the ground
lifying the president.'
tnui
*vuin>lua """ i" �����-' -"������     I he
potion  was raised on a iioint of or-
Wil'tte is a member of the mln-
RETIRING   SPEAKERS
KING'S COUNCILLORS.
Ottawa, Jan. 18.���Official announcement is made in the Canada Gazetb
of the appointment of Hon. Raqul
Dandurand and Hon, R. F. Sutherland,
M, P., retiring speakers respectively ol
the senate and commons, to be members of the King's  privy    council In
COUNCIL ACCEPTS COMMITTEE
ON
Canada, an honor which has been paid Qon^nues Spec}ai Delegation in Office Till Report  Has
to previous speakers of the Canadian
Been Received From Competent Engineer���Trustees
ti
t
Washington,   Jan.   18.   One  of  lhe
t vitriolic  attacks  ever  delivered
u . pi    [dent Roosevelt by a mem-
.  s  was  made today  by
tentative Willette of N iw  York,
,,���. fi, ,   of the House of   it ipre-
,Jtiv,.,    He described the presldi nt
...  a tryant, a pi -tn;.
Dutch   tradespeople,   an
ii,,,, 0| ii king, a bogus hero nnd
. Illingsgat.,"
Willette   b' gan ids
lecli ring  thai     Presldeni
���. . ram and   - a ty	
,   ng it In his theme.;, "the
.;   ,    ..it."  the pri sl lent's
,,   .,,.���    ii ;   nieutioued  during   ill
ha\ nt   ti   tad   mell "
maker, "but
lia      ���'���    ���   Capitol
let tb   "        inger.   He
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Sa��. own  ...
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New
the  >���"
exltg and  , n ran Istaul
naval seen high-
houses oi parliament.
a
INCREASE  IS GRANTED
TO CIVIL SERV.CE.
Ottawa. Jan. 18.���The government,
after a long dlscuslon as to the question of raisins the salaries of members of tit.' civil service, as recommended in the report ou the civil service last year, has finally decided to i
grants flat Increase of f 150 pei year,
without distinction as to position, to
all the present members on the permanent  -tali of tin.' iiisid'.' si rvlce,
Want Site Bought For School at Sapperton.
WOMEN'-. COUNCIL
ELECTS OfflCERS
Legislative Library
The vital question of the Coquitlam  initial cost proposed.
DEATH TOLL OF DRUG
HALF MILLION YEAHLY
dam again cum, up at the City Council Last evening, Little further information transpired, except the difficulty of getting a suitable engineer.
The school board wait,-a on the council, wishing to secure a school site at
Sapperton, The meeting was pro-
'��c_-d thei ng many matters coming up for di3cu- tion. The appoint-
;,"'m '"' "ci ii-. commissioners and
other matters were di ferred.
The claims of schools on Second
street and Lulu island were respec-
I*vi l.. ui , j .... Aid. Cray and Henley,
'and uliimt: i) it was leil io the
si: ..or, chairman of the finance com
|u���;���������, and ih�� school board lo act.
I ii ��� boai i  ui.l  not  w: h  the opportunity tu be iost, as they -aid that the
gwners had intimated to Mr. Buchau-
nii lin....   were not anxious to s. II.
Given  Cold Shoulder.
Use of Opium Drives Slaves
to Suicide. Drug Costs
$_UO,0UO,0UO a Year.
Clevelan !,     ir.     Jan.     iv    "O     uu
 illlion   uiclde   a   ��� ��� ;��� .
R  ���    A   S.  Gregg, > t   the  In-
orni Buieau t "it,'.
��� .   ....    to the    ... i ...,    con
Idem   Koosevelt,   ivhicri
.      . . ,       S ..���:���.....   .
arj   I. Tin -   it, ui in .,   'd  "u
.  . i froi      ; Ir.   ;..   V\.
t ..,. ing, spi ' try   ol   th
il         leell
I he .-. ci - tan   to the  board ol   i ail
Coquitlairi   Lake
'������. ���.   commissioners  wrote    that   the)
Alderman Adams read the report of p*uuld ... in Vancouver : ir sittings
���'��� aldermen who attended at Victoria i, mi Febi mrj 23 to 26. Aid. Gra*.
- '" Vil''' reference to the nev, - ._.,��� ted that the condition of Bru-
-oqultlam dam, and recommended tlie iiiette tic-i at the Great Northern
'���'luoymeni ol a competent hydraulii , ossing nnd of Front st. should be
"-""'"   "' ox"~*��ne the situation. awn to their notice. The mayoi said
''"  rman          ���'''���'<   '"" --   were  ad    tin n    ,���...   also  tin   question  ol   leav-
"    (| "':'   ,;' ''  should not ask toi  ....    |ug , . ml ol the marki ;.     !i '
''"'   ���' en'  "r   l!l englm   r ti   at th    I ��� lit red -tt    Greai  Northern company
'" ;' :- ut    . i-wa, :.     ii ��� ������;  difficult i" ,t a   with ol
ai       u-poratioii m Canada    pei Imps it j
''" nt   :;:  ���'������.���    'ti   along I was  that   thej   were .a   foreign  corpo
Aid. .iiirdin.. asked whojratii ie,   never had kept a j
Vid.ll      :���      ill  the  m inicipalitles    with
at Ottawa, Mrs. Day, of Victoria, on
the subjects discussed and the resolutions  adopted.    She showed that tho
j Canadian Women's Councils were do-
., T , ."  ing far reaching and    charitable and
Mayor Keary Speaks on Col- j social reform  work  throughout the
umbian Hospital-Interest- j nonunion.  The congress i_a_,debated
i\r        r\ i women's   parliamentary  franchise, the
J" white slave traffic, Immigration, and
oilier features with sense and judg-
'��� "al,nieii;, and were now preparing for tho
International congress in Toronto the
coratg summer. A long agenda paper
has be, n prepared to discuss similar
topics iu a more exhaustive manner.
A cordial vote of thanks was accorded
Mrs, Day by the meeting.
After supper the business was again
taken   up,  and   reports   were received
if.nu the various   societies   affiliated
wiiii tho local council.    -Mrs. Day gave
another Inti re tin , report on the objects of women's council's work. There
were addresses by several speakers.
,    .Mrs.  McAulay contributed ,a report
'.ni the formation of national councils,
j and tho: e who   assisted    were violin
duct,   Cora   aud Jean   Maxwell;   vocal
solo,    Mrs.   Charles   Watson;    piano
soi.is,   Miss Carrie Robson and Reita
I Gilley, and also reading, .Miss Thomp-
| son.
I
Btani es,
dehati
I Ho ���-..
In
���vauted to know whai  the en [rwhorii the.i had dealings said th
expei      :   to  do
lid if ii (thi   Van     ,
I
���am.
thing
.��� '  ��� ���    ��� ��� Powii   Compan- i   wa    will u     t    riven in thi   , Itj
Or. 'J hv     .    . thi  ' nils uf the big dam ii i; Weut   passed  askin
ivhj
I'h.   it:..
i Id  thi   i ii
afraid?   Westininsl
; .    .       wiiii the mattei
'������awing to a close, and it must be
placed shoi tly.
\|.| ,.,',,,-',.,���     ,...,,    ..      ,     ...
mind i
watri San
Juan toldiers,
"H-
inlsh. d
court  marl Lai   He was
lati ivern New York
��� ���    ���':   ugh   '    mere
S   i Juan
lead   Hi   was the
in a ..  on   \
luck   lie   was  a
a ��� i ..."     i t hat
���'lll hasten   tin      d,     n   Ion    of    tin
he    world
IJ.-.  I ins o aln.
... : pro vim es
,   .... iiOO, In   *
,   . oi    in ������   ��� i'   popula-
al   20  I"    ���''   p   r
(.���ii, a t ol       ,i      -..
: '..-' '.'	
P ni     R vi ll      call   I e cost. Aid,   Vdanis joined
��� Btion oi - 'it him iu urging the n. ed
id ii,.    '        . in er.
Canada Gni      aid  thi re   was   an   - .
China,  Japan,  Slam,    Persia,  Russia, rel ueer of  hydraulic
lohnston said a uVaj   sh n I    I
md a motion was
i  day's  session  in
at the annual meeting oi the local
council ut women held yesterda> afternoon and evi ning ai the schoolroom
of Queen's avenue church. Embracing
tlu' leading organizations of ladies in
the city, there was naturally ,a representative attendance, and keen interest
aken In the election of officers, Mi- .
Davis will again fill the chair. Anion:;
the male visitors were Mayor Keary
and Alderman Johnston, Revs. Dr.
Rugg, Principal Slpprell, A. i��, u
Ow.m, Dr. T, Wardlow Taylor and W.
ll. Barraclough.
Election of Officers.
The election of officers resulted ft*
follows: President, Miss Da\..s; 1st.
vice-president, Mi-s. S. J, Pearce; 2nd
vie -president, Mrs. .Marshall Sinclair;
3rd vlcepresldeut, Mrs. Forrester; Ith
vice president; Mrs. F. U. Canfield, 5th
vice-president, Mrs. \V. Walker; i.--
cordlng secretai; M i;. nson; i, input,in con " ���'; , >!;. 1 i: i. ��� . i .. : i . . .',!
Gill        i reasui i r,   Mi  . And.', son,
Th,   report, I u    he ,. ��� ;    i      ��� warl
1 show ud   the   umnj   line . u,
j alon ..   .\ Iiich   i he   ioi 1  ...   work
iculi        ferenci     ���/ u    ..  t;i .���
Royal  i lolumbian   Ho ipital    up m  tit"
boai I   ol   man:..",.'!-;  of which   in itltu-
tlon  the 'ouncil ins  Coin  iepi>   enta
tives, and the control and pro,; ion  >
ea n  'nt -��� ai -. he pi ovincial ��� xhl
Resolutions on juvenile com ts, appli-
HEALTHY tONOIIION
BF CITY REPORTED
LVledical Officer of Health
Urges Better Sewerage-
Few Contagious Diseases
tor
io    ..     Ity Council last, evi ning tho
; medii ,1  in alth offli er, I ir. Joe ll
I his aim ; on th ��� he ilth
of the cii>-.
Tli ��� follon Ing .    h   ....   "f Inf. ci
ins   to  lit"   sell.ml   boai d  111   the  111-
,'iis. ases reported at  this offici :
Case . i(. coi ei les   Dee
A connnii ������,��� will deal
'ohm ton      lieved  thej   sh
'   guided  by the public meeting, but
I resolution to i-  ei  ti,.   matte;  t0 this
���    nglj   oppo ���
Md. Graj con I I.     . there mu
tin  expnn  advisor    as  to  the supply,
���bra
<���#
ami
fluid
Hill
he*
last
noii.
M
.... man). i- am
i   t
Fire At Montreal.
;, ..      i ..    Royal
thi      i i  was
.     .   Art lun
,        ���      oyed
... rile     loss is
 ii.
expert
��� In  No th   Van. ouver,   Mr.  Cam-
on,  ��in, ha I  put   in  ihe  wati
I'I) ol   Exetei   ��� ���    and.     He believed
mid   I.   Ini Ited ;���, :,..'. i the co   i
��� i   the  mai I
The Resolution.
Ition .;-
'.'������;������ I, li
ii.-imii.. tha   ha ��� a
NEW HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
���
Grant's Corner.
citj  surve;  u  and un-
���-iii er,  v. roi      thai   he    had   made  n
< careful  sin 11 ���   en', ering    ' ���    .    iposi il
tt Id ning ol i lolumbia  si i  el   west, at
Cai i. Gram ��� cot in r, and based on the
r..tt.m   lin.   approi��� d   bj   ihi   . urn tl
��� .in.   15 j ears ago.     (iwing to the lif-
-.,.-   .1,   .-in \. .    durl Ig   the  fios  n
c   ried om  and a hi I   epi
���\ was n 'i   possible  to  ���
ii ���"���   for a  concn te  sidewalk, but   li
i.   earliest moment that
p. ���- i     Iriwn  and  I h.    lev  1-
j taken
The clerk wa      is- ed to reply to
Mr,  Hill   it tl  the wo 1, wa-  ui gent, as
1 the estimates had to be  ,. ��� pai i ,i   ...
two gove nun is al   inc.  as respec-
i live   rw ii .    of the  pi hit. nt larj     tin 1
a.-} lum.
1 1   . .
2              I
Measles   . .
l.t            13
��� i   ...
in        is
Tub   ,   losi
:,            ii
Typhoid.   . .   .
.is           IG
Verlcella,   .   .
���>
Variola	
.    1              I
Whooping-
cough  ..   ..
t;             2
1
��� ���  of a  commercial  course, aud
red   stibjei is.   were   received, and
I  a  large amount of  work ac
II lied i>.\  t he council of ���.< omen,
\n.|ei. un's repori as 11 sa u ���
showed total   receipts    amounting  to
and   $53  cash on  hand.    The |
. . .    . nd i ommenc d with a balanc   o
Both reports were adopted.
Royai   Columbian   Hospital.
.Mayo.   Keary    gave    an  interesting Ti        ..   ..  00 52 S
i .: Ing   .'        '. ���  ���    . i", ��� ;i;,. c. .��� statei ...      . . . tl
mat ters.   li- expressed his pleasuri   to cltj has been \ r.\ :.      from in  'Ctious
address iii .'i becausi   he was glad of [I ease during the   .     year.     1 thin!:
the   work  ,j        luncil   was  doing   for thi   s  tisfactery condition is to a greai
ind  beti      of   all,   and  he pr< extern   I'ue lo i  n* impi ovi I
I what tli \ were particularly in- In the matter of sewage construction.
ed   In  was   the   raaiiiagemenl   ol m   I would urge thi  necessity of con-
the    Royal   Columbian    Hospital,    in tinning this werli
ivhich the council nf women bad taken the  city  is  able    io    conneci  -.'.it',  a
Plumbing  Business.
Plumbing   Inspector J.   J    Man,...'
inny I     n the h
. n.iii
n
BUI JOURNU
i TREATY
i\.i.,,i     r\   ii    rT ci School,        being considei
Debats ( alls I pun Sen-) ������������,
rte   to   Remain  Alive to
rresenl Advantages
-Now  that the j' ia
over  there   Is  a
.     tli,. Immediate ilis-
li,,:  i' ma.linn trea \
ta publishes the
lie  inn ;  niiispoli.n
anil
HIGHLY REGDMHENDtD
Vi   a si ei lul meeting of th.
eld yi        I
;       in ent exc       Petei
I ,    ,  .s, ��ho .   al   in   en   In VJ
A. s;. John  Mlldmay, M.   \.. wa
lam  teach, r nt the li'
Si in . ng considered the mo I
i i    ol
cants.
Mr. Minima} i a working clergj -
, man and prlvat. uitor, oth In Ens
land and In this province, ha
, on taiitl,. engagi d in educational
work for over twenty years, He hol!��
high diplomas In Greek and Latin, and
Bi , tired ti Iii* ��� l.t .- > eriilieate in the
All-England Theological preliminary
examination In 1890    He has recentl>
con
ni      '., ith   tii.    \ am ouver   J ovi
with i
���  citizen ' , ommil tee, and
ihi I   m t ���!   ... \ ��� ".    plan    .:���    \lder I
���ia     idan       ia       eiuarked.       Tin    reported on   his   work   from   February
..   did not   .... ,   ivas a li -   '        '" Decembei  31.      Three bun-
druullc  engineei   in   Briti h   Columbia   ,; ' '   'M   '    ������   :'l:,lls havi   been  died
,.    ,;i    Ing judgmeni absolute   la'   ii!'' office,   lor  which  permits had
'.���  and judii Ih.11.   on thi   -��� tt
\ rn... ;i,i! �� i-   ip j,,. itelj  adopt
follow;
-:  :,
.Ill.i     II. > 1 a
I
���a    " . motl n oi  Aid, John-
i    )���������,! ii       ,'    recejv. !,
n  the minutes, and  thai
the present committee continu    to ac
until such thuo as i In j  procure u re
I rom a i ompi ti ui engineer to   <c
appointed, . nd thai clii_i committee he
'. en atttlioi    n nil Jo eph Mar
tin,  K   c. cltj   solicitor, as to such
poini   as they may think necessary to
afi guai d the cltj's  Interests."
New  Sapperton School.
A  long ui-. 't    "'ii look place ill enlli-
iihi i... un i sue for a now school at
Sap,,iion.   The in.m.a is ni the board
ilnt- out thai al present ]h en engaged In tuition work |n Van
.   uver, whence he comea highly roc-   o| ���t.iit.i-i prtpeni Mrere T, .1. Trapp
oniiii.ndeil.
li
!c" '   ti. . hi commei clal rels
n 'd by i,in.ins \ i\.ii li
1 it Canada  agreed    onlj   wh. n
��� und for hoping soon to
���   tl convention established
,:u'    i im- the semi;,' is taxed
iomethlng     tantamouni   to   a
"' falfli in consequence.
Debats considers the house is
to   declare   its   opinion    very
unless ii  wishes to transgress
International    pulley.       The
thai the advantages offered to
ce may tail to Germany is also
ted niton. ���
QUARTERLY RALLY DREW
CRDWD TO ST. ANDREWS
(chadman), J. Peck, L Thornber, and
.1     C    l.or. e.     and      the     chairman   .'\
,lain..l   the   position,   -lining   thai   il
wa- necessar-  ;.. secure a Bite for the
school at once, and looking round they
; loan.i  flvi   acres In  extent on lot 7,
block I. not yel subdivided, which was
i bold by S, B, Buchanan on an agree-
-ARDED  NAVAL
GRAF   FOR CANADA.
���"-don, Jan, is.���a suggestion that
fiirded vessels of the British navy
'igned to Canadian marine police
hnds support   here,       ll  Is  point'
thai   Canada   would   thus  save
Wpense of    const rut Ion of   ships
��� encouraged to Invest money
���   fit   to  serve  in   ihe  imperial
About   130 member* of    the West
minster Union of Christian Endeavori
and friends Were pi'escni al the sixth i;"
quarterly rally held In tho school room
of Si. Andrew's I'iesbtyorlan churcti
yesterday evening. During the even��
an Interesting address on "The Liquor
Business"  was delivered  by  Rev.  H-.
A. Carson, of Victoria.      TWO readings I '       ,!-1-""1    "   '    "
were given by Miss Thompson, ��'hll<
SOlOs   were   rendered   by   Misses
and   A.   II.  .lohnston.      In the  course
of the evening an announcement  was]
made thai   a  banner would  be  p"
th(1l     Aid.   Johnston  asked   if   Ii   was   not
feasible to extend the present site, and
I infill   ,,r    sale     from    owners   di   the
The purchase price was
$6000, and the terms $500 down, -ui'l
$500 on July I, the balance at " per
Cent..       The  site  is  beyond   the  cenn-
tery.   The other trustees also spoke,
urging the necessity of something be-
ig done before the land rose in value
Mayor Keary suggest,.,] that a poi*
i.aiidl """ of Sapperton park might be utilised, with the existing cleared  portion    serving as a   playground.      lie
o thought $6000 too much.
sented   to  tho     society     showing
largest attendance at weekly meetlnn
,   . ..i   ���i--i���.r  ,.f. was told tne site was not suitable as
between now ami  the    beginning >ui
 m    Sapperton   WAR   developing   now.
I'lm banner will noi    iecom ,,
,,    ,���.      Mr.   Pock   said   the   trustees   would
ibsoiui,. property ot any one   ��
.,     '     ���    ,.    ,,     ,,.,,1 Bhortly be In a position to sell the sit-
but wii  afterward he pri
I
April
ill
clety
to the societies showing   the law
pi rcentage In their membership.
al   of the We-tsld,, school, and Siipperton
later,     This would help to rheei the
been Issued. Ho had made 332
rough inspect ions, Cl sew. r i onnec-
ii..n-. 2S0 Hnal inspections, and a i Im
nbei if i ertlflcates
'fl' ��� Sri' ��� . ling of a tempoi i ������
loan  bylaw,  lf)0!>,  w.s ri ad  lo enabli
the . "  tal  of th.   cltj   to  borrow
the sum of $83,017.60, In anticipation
ol its revenui for the year ending
18 it'
Miscelaneous.
\ld Ura'. reported the collapse oi
the fountain ai Queen's park during
the recenl Btorms,
The chatrman of lhe board of works
reported on the claim for damages b\
the Brunette sawmill* for delaj In
opening the Lulu island bridge to ti
tug, and the city repudiates iho
claim The incident will be farther
Investigated,
In place of a water motor at the
central schools an electric motor will
be Installed,
of
ire
Water to Blame.
Montreal, Jan. 18, Twentyflvi
the niosi prominent physicians
united In declaring the present typhoid epidemic, which -hows no signs
of abatement, directly due to the contaminated wnter supply of Montreal.
Hindus Seek Deportation.
Vancouver, Jan, is���hive application's for voluntary deportation to India were recently made by Hindus to
J. II. MncGlll. agent of the interior
department. One of them was
granted, the other two tj-��ng "till under consideration
considerably part. Since the last annual ni''. ting of thai council
a inagers had coniph ������ d th, mate!
nltj cottage, and nursi s' home, ana
also the three Isolation cottages al u
. ost of about ���-' 11,000. And save one
person they had not received a contribution toward the cost o1' thes.
buildings from any residents except
me local council of women, who bad
contributed ovi i $700, the other pi r
sou being Mr. Colllster, who ���. ������
Men. Alone th sy as managers w re
not receiving aid from the corporation*! toward the hospital maintenam .
wirfle iii Vancouver the manager had
just asked for another $30,	
New Building.
Thej   liopi i  in i immence    th'   a   ���
building this j ear, which won; I :
li)}  eosi $60,000 without the furnitun
He wish d to t hank th,- women's aux
lllurj of ile- im...' tal for furnishing ,'
cottag   -1ii,i nurses' home at considerably over $1 100.      All they would a��k
in.- citizens of New W istminster  I n
the new  ho pi al  was the fumlshin-i
Which  would eosi  about  $10,000.    That
was  a  considerable sum to ask  from
ib,. city, imi Westminster i.e.,pie were
always llbi ral.     The sum to be ralsi .1
outside was very hug,', and he did not
know   if     the   provincial    government
would   come   to   their   aid for   other
new  hospitals  wore  being built, which
would make a call on them.      11
sewer.
This depai tmeni lias examined : a i
pi. s of milk from the different d< ���  ���
.; !  . . in I   in  nea Ij     i very in-"- ici
thai   i he milk  was above   the a\ i -
lenruided    I...     law.      Owing to  the
kindness of  Dr,   Dohei;;., of thi
\ Incifi   a  .. im, we hnvi   been i tt.' ���
.    ibtain  a   week!.,'  analysis of    i u
ai  r,  and  In evi t j     Instance   i
hown thai it Is a go id unpolluti I water, free from all impurities,
To our sanlt, Inspector, Mr.
Pi a: ce, is due a gi ��� "t d. til of i
for i li- > fficii rit manner in which h ���
cai ried oa, i ronbl' some and o ten
��� iiili. uli matter of quarantine and dl -
Infection.
POSTPONES MEETING ON
COQUITLAM LAKE DAM
Mayor Keary Summoned to
Victoria on Matters of Urgency. Aldermen Decide
to Meet Citizens on Friday
Tli,. meeting call, d for this evBnl .
io discuss the Coquitlam lake dam
scheme and receive a report from
comlttee which attended at Victoria
lasi weeii. has been postponed till
Friday evening in order to allow
had: Mayor Keary to intend the deputation
confidence thai at the end of next year
they would have another hospital.
Referring to the tea rooms at the exhibition, the mayor said it was particularly acceptable because tho ladfes
sacrificed themselves at a time when
every one was busy, nnd they might
ink,- advantage of the opportunity to
enjoy themselves.
Ttev. W. H. Barraclough was pleased
to oxpr.ss his appreciation of the work
of the soeieiy because among other
things It showed they had solved the
problem of federation, representing in
Uemselves so many societies. He bo-
lieveu ihoy were engaged In excellent
objects of philanthropic work.
National Council.
An unusually interesting report was
given by tho P.. C, delegate to the recent  conference of women's councils'
at Victoria tomorrow morning from
ine li. C. Union of municipalities
which waits on the provincial executive.
This is not. his worship's own plan,
lun conies us a request from the City
Council last evening, and there are
matters of the greatest Importance to
ihe city especially, which must bo
dealt with at once, as the household
franchise, and nn order amending the
issue of debentures. The council took
the view that the one meeting could
wait, while the other could not, and
two or throe of the aldermen stated
that tiny could not attend this evening If the meeting did take place.
Tho mayor has been authorized to
employ the assistance of W. G. Mc-
Quarrie tor legal advice If necessary.
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TUESDAY, JANUARY,   n
1-09.
| Wanted -:- Lost -:- found j
| for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ftc. |
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��� Janitor     for     Westslde
salary   $65 monthly.    Also ;
WANTED
sohool;
assistant janitor for Central,school,
this city; salary $60 monthly. Applications receive.i till noon of the
23rd Inst.     K.  Lennle, secretary.
WANTED���At once. Experienced
Cashier Westminster Clothing Co.
Columbia  street.
EASTERN capital ready to lnvestl-
gate legitimate investments���lands,
tlmb. r or mines���in British Colum--
bla. Address In first instance, with
full particulars, "Capital," care of
Noble & Co., Molson's Hank building. Vancouver,
WAN!
lady
law
ED -Position
s tenographer.
work.    Apply
by    experienced
Accustomed  to
A. l'.., this office.
lost   Scotch pebble brooch.   Finder
please return  to  Daily News office.
FIGURES SHOW INCREASE
IN JAPANESE IMMIGRATION
United   States   Statistics   Show   That
Japan Is Living Up to Its Agree-
men  Regarding  Emigration.
Washington, Jan. 18.���Some remarkable figures were made public today
at the departmi ul of corami ree and
labor relating to Japaneses immigration and ('migration. They in tn al i
that during the twelve months ended
November 1 last the total uumber of
Japanese admitted to United states
, i,. and the total number which
left the United States was 5,583, an increase in the Japanese population of
of 185. The net Increase of Japanese
nonlaborers was 663 dining this period
and the uet decrease of Japanese laborers during the same period was 'Hits.
Tho total number of Japanese admitted to the United States and Hawaii
during the period was 12,098, and
7,084 departed the increase inJapan.se
population of the mainland of the
United Slates and Hawaii being 5,000.
These figures indicate to the Immigration authorities that Japan is living up
to its agreement with the United
Slates respecting the emigration
Japanese to this country.
TRADE
of
I'OI'.N'IJ Purse containing sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Applj
David Saunders, corner of Columbia
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
LOST���-Pocketbook, between Royal
Bank of Canada and postoffice.
Finder kindly return .same to luls
office and receive reward.
FOR SALE��� Household furniture,
suitable for five room house, in
first class condition. Apply owner,
Box 9711, City.
WANTED���Nursemaid from 1 to 6
Apply Mrs. John Brydges, comer
Carnarvon  and Elliott streets.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, mar library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 2X7 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; service re
quired from 1 to fi p.m. Mrs, Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
���| O RENT���Suite furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping Apply to Alex. Speck.
V BSTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.0
box 807. Can supply you with all
kindr of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet west, Phone A 2750. Vancou-
*e?, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and system!-'
ing, (iuinn & Falrley, Phono 1U7
48 Flack block. Vancouver, B. C.
W. INL Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Westminster,
Notice.
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrle, of
New  Westminster,    B. C, occupation,
i electric   railway   manager,   intends   to
apply for permission to purchase the
; following described lands in the district of New Westmnlster:
Commencing   at a post planted   al
the   southwe I    corner   of    lot  1390,
thence south  to southwest  corner of
lot '.''.'7. thence southerly, westerly ami
northerly to point of commencement,
containing 100 acres more or less.
DANIEL JOHN  McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN P, BAG_S,
j A sent.
Dated December 19th, 1908.
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO I
Supposition
Our store has been
tried and proved
to be the best
and most reliable for prices
and quality.
To encourage cash
buying, we will
submit   the
following:
tflUKI
E CENTS A BAR
^-^    The best Laundry loap
Sunlight soap
"WATER  CLAUSES   CONSOLIBATlfiK
ACT, 1897, AND AMENDING ACT?
Vancouver Power
Company, Limited
NOTICE is hereby given laat tw
weeks   after  date  application wlll .
made to tht- Lieutenant-Governor
Council   by    the    Vancouver   pow
Company, Limited, for a further (V
 . - Uilcate of Approval of its I'm-
"*tr m.
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RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
EYES TESTED FREE **-���-
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Sent J)n Approval
To Responsible People
Laughlirs
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
_%c IraK Pencil
Your Ch.    '
.i)il-,ra.,i,
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MS*
to
Robertson's  Marmalade 85c
' tobertson's   Marma'ade . 50c 1
>;" ii- in's  M irmalatle.25c
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lalh,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door?,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
[Fish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Two
Hopulai
Article,
lor Oil.,
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone��� 12.
New Westmin&ter
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Uliwacfc    10-TiO'
bil
Di Is.
Eveiy pen guaranti ���'
"ull 11 K:. belief Gold���cm
ill tight ha ml may !>������ h id
ii   cithci   our   slat-dart!
Lack opaque pattern, or
[*- ��� -a iiTcLiki.iile Ti anapai
ut. as desititl, either
plain or engraved finish
I?, preFerred,
Yon may try tnil MO - w
it jrou-onutflntl it MTepreMn
:. txtt-r fcrtli la tl.nn yoti can .
_ur_ t r im fei ny_s Mi- t-i i
i net iu biiv other mike, if
intlraljr lati-fw lor) Id ei irj
*�������������� return it -..i w. will m.
yon #1.10 4>Ut
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( ,,- ilar Ri    (Jr. Ink  \- n
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anv   Mi|       ll   ���    ��� |       !..    I   ,1
Dtim    i itrlug i   foe i,   IrldU
f-".Int. poiithed vulcanlsM roW i
ra-**, t**i ra cotl i tii.
avi ���**.'������.Uon fur |.' jo.
wantat)    Writa ? t t'rmi,
dow    lett you -oriat."   A.1J
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Laughlin Mfg. Co,
���25
Datroll.
Ma.slio Hldg.
M.-l,
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Save 20 S_i
this month
By B for Ca '..
An; thing : on      . lire in Crockery or
Ola     - are,
GROCERY   SPECIALS
i
.    ''  ��� 10c
Canm tl  Corn    10c
Canned Sal i     I tin     i for. .2'jc
���,    ...   tin . 2 tor. -25c
Adams & Deans
Groceries and  Crockerywai e.
COLUMBIA STREET
MacKay s  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Rinding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay Sl Co.
Booksellers
Stationer-
News Dealers
:���:>���  i,  snci      st.15
ttu; niond.   nnot'.i -    car
d   this   wei k.
Sa.            IS t M~>
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flour   ii.s   uroven   t.<  be   the
��� i    marki t.    N'.. risk in buy-
:.--   ���      -.'. ���     guarantee    its  quality
lis.   for sum
i ���-   ���   box tor    St.50
Government Creamery; onh  ;i 11m-
' u,'.ity  left.
���r Snaps, 3  lbs, for 25c
Ten    I'mplrc,   1   lb -5o
N     ; Ceylon
il .is,  ti lbs. for 25c
These   are  large,     meaty     mini-is.
���:.   and   they   make   th:   finest
: I        Get ;i sample.
usiness    Is  dally    In tren i k
���.    this  medium  ol   adv irt, s,
���    :   >.      are  ki.Iiik     t..   folloiv   It up.
ng   ...... like cash,
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Public Supply
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Accounts of Organizations
 ' ���       ���
Church  Societies,  Fraternal Organization:-,   Clubs,   Trad     ' nions   ���
and Business  Associations wlll find   H   convenient   and   ilos-lra  le   to   ���
have surplu   funds In a Savings
two or more offli ers.
Account, subject  to the c  ���     I of
We mak. a specialty oi this clas   of basin
f.ul
CONSULT  WITH  US TODAY
details explaining our trystem,
we will
e  pleased
Ih,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
c^c^CrK)aoac^ooao^_^c^c^oao o*_^oac^c^K)aooac^c^oaoa_ao
llling company.
FLOUR !
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Easter-brook Milli
Eburne.
FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrie & Co. '"''"nt AN" gg ^rchanj__
FRONT  STREET Westminster. Telephone B33.
A Little Good Coal
makes, a big, hot th-,. when a lot
of poor coal Bends out co heat
at all. It Is economical to buy
our coal, because u |a 0*eani
goes farthest, makes moBt boat!
leaves very little ash and cost,
no more per ton than poorer
grade.. We deliver li to any
part of the city. pun height
always. Telephone your order
to us,
dertaklng in the matter of tha
structlon of a dam at the outlet of (v
quitlam Lake In the District of n.
\\ estmlnster-
The works intended to be uadertik.
eh by the construi I in ol i}ia ^
dam ; ml ', c uin ci Ion tie n (vlta
Lie  following:
The  en ction id a hydi .
filled dam :.��� out 6i u feet   .-,   ;
with a ei-..-1 width   ( a        jO t. ���,.
a thickness  at  the   11 c of about ill
foei .it the upp ir end of th.
t per channel; t be dam to
eieni height to raise tit.
\ Coqultlati    lake   by  abou      i    ..
Bpillwaj channel to be ma I.
feet v.  ie, 12 fi ei ... ap I i i arr* ,,�����,.
surplus wat, r.
And all such necessnrj :.
til works   tint mai,   ,. .
fullj  and  effectually   carrj
.ete the aforesaid turtl  .
taking.
It is int. ti led to ;t;     I n 24-lncuco.
erete  pi] xt. ti ling   in       tho
Btn am  toe  of  thi   dam
lake [or a   lis tance i i bi
with  the  City of  New \ ���
and to erei t a tewer for I
si ; .| ll      al    I 111     toe   of   '
from tins toe to cai r\
iron pipe surrounded '���
de ���., treni h   imh i ii dam tl
.i i oanection with t -. p. |
New  Westmlns'
', h ���  ;i '-ti   '.'.it. Ii   ,', Ul Li
the t ti ihg of tii" wati
acres, nf  �� hli b  thi   c utiii i
woul ! not   exceed  ..-'. 00   in a
ihe   api roximate      Btlm
rjuuntit)   ��.f   timber   on
ai" . -.. tend not e\c,. d :
per tu-io.
I    It   is   proposed  thai
' pn tent   recorde 1    by
I from Lake Coquitlam aud
; Bunt_en be utilized to
power  i equlred  to opei a
I lurther undertaking of th.
i and  also   undi r thi    -    I   ���
wati ra so to be i m
.rut ion of the afoi ��� ��� :; !
uikln      ball  be ut
tion ...   and   tit     t 0 I
un lertaklag    of  the  I     .
.
.    \;   roval of th    I
oi In i ������ in   I, an I   b
ol   approval of v\ Iiich :. ii it e Is
clven  do  -u prot I .
Th.- e-tlmated < os ���   .;
Ing I ��� a "in $200,000
The Power Company w 111
-���il.scribed,   before   li   co
lonsiiiiciii.ii.- of tl. ���
dertaklng and works .���   . ���
; of the powers In I bat
by  the Water Clauai -    I   "
Aci 1887 Part IV, one th<
ihares of one dollar
the further amount of ca
ed in fully compli te tli.
baking will be pro; Id
hundred and nin ���;��� nlni
tars cnw,'lfi<H to lie made by
liritish Columbia Blecti
Company, Limited, to the t
pany to be ecu red by Mi
of the Power Company
or decimal currency ca
or by such other form Ol
may be agree I upon ' i
parties,
The time within t*. hli
tber  capital of  on ���  I
l$l,u(.ui   Ic   u,   bi
months I rom thi   il
certificate of approi il
Ing till I   works.
The    aid underta
ure t,. be 'ommen    i
ation of three o ontti
of obtaining a certl
to th<; sanie and the sal '
be in operation vi Ithln i -'
dato of eommencernenl
And   njMin   such  applk
llSUal   .'Hid   nee.'    :.'.
and effectually i arry   i ;l
,;'
proposed further undertnl I
applied   for.
Hated at the city of V "��� ' :;
the Province of British Colu
L'ltb day of December,  ^
VANCOUVER    POWER
LTD.
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK AND  STORE FITTERS.
Builders, of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone '173,
ENQUIRE FOR
, U*l
it. ll  Sperling, Gem
M if'"'
Family Rates
Japanese Employment Age
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
AT THE
Male
pronif''1
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Blacki
Str����t.
and Female   Hop
Furnished
COLUMBIA    ana    ���vlcNt��'-t-Y
NEW   WESTMINbll-'1.   B
"hone  431.
p. O. 60* TUESDAY,   JANUARY    19,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB   1
EDISON HAS SCHEME TO
KEEP CARS RUNNING All DAY
New  Storage     Battery     Will     Enable
Tr0||ey  Cars to   Travel  Twenty
four Hours Without
Stopping.
VA   york, Jan.  18.���Thos,   A.   Edi-
oin ln his laboratory in West Orange
yesterday  expressed  confidence
sllCcess oi bi-- latest'invention,
|Ctil ,i Htorage battery for power
n(.(]  cars,  which  is destined    to
, BOUGHT   HOTEL AND   FARM
WITH  WORTHLESS  CHEQUES j NOTICE-
Edmonton,    Jan.   18.���Under arrest
ai  the city  police station at   present j NOTICE is  hereby given  that  the
is c. W. Stuart, a young man who. by Vancouver   Power Company,  Limited,
his own confession, is one ol  tlie most nas   Uls  ,ia/   jeposited in  the     Land
daring   forgers  io  appear in   western Registry  Office  in  the  City of  New
Canada.   Not content to deal in small Weatminste]     BriUsh   Columbia, the
siims-.   ho   hat;   issued   cheques,   so   he ,   .
���   ,  ,,             ������ plan  and   boolt  ot    reterence    or  ito
says,   for thousands   of dollars.      He
nought an hotel ai Vegreville and a Westminster-Chllliwack Hailway from
faun at Big Island, up the Saskatche- the town of Huntingdon to the City
woi river, and ho even got the crown j of chilliwack. passing through the
prosecutor .to make out an agreement j mun.cipa,ltle, ,,. gumas aiul chilliwack   and   the   town   of   Huntingdon
I a pr
.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^______
,. tn,. traffic problem in large cities
*    uclicmc is to place these batteries
under the seats of cars, and he says
can he    sufficiently    charged  at
, .' eXt. ting  power   houses   to   run  an
,i;v ,iay continuously,
������No additional tracks; poles or pow-
,,,,,, ,,. wm be required," added Mr.
-        ,    .,���_ ile   needs of future trance   ,.;,,, be economioally eared
| , .  new battery cars, They will
hundred   mlleB   without    re-
barging,
liadl
top
and   will   even   utilize     the
liachincry which  brings  the car to a
op , Rharglng,   The cars will
I... .      iij rail, the  sent strei I i tr
ra(         steam rails, and If they jump
''   .             ,.arj   get   hack   on   the   rails
,li. ir own  power. '
of sale for land which he was securing
on bogus cheques, To cup the climax
he paid the lawyer for his work by
means of another worthless cheque,
The young man. who Is 26 yeflrB of
age. comes from Richmond, Quebec.,
Two years ago he was sentenced to
four yoal-' imprisonment in the Edmonton penitentiary \'u\- forgery at
Wetaskiwln. Two months ago he was
released on parole and since has been
practicing acording to his confessions,
the old business which before landed.
him   behind ilie  liars.
and the city of Chilliwack, b'-ing sections four  I '. I   and  five  (~i)  Of the Bald
railway as shown on the said pian
nnd approved by the chief Commissioner of Lands arid Works for the
Province  of liritish  Columbia.
Dated   this     12th   day  of  January,
1909.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor  for  V ncouver  Power  Com-
nany, Limited.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Cu i Moving Picture.'-. Illustrated Song ii, gram changed Monday, Wi Iu    :,. .  ,,nd Friday.
Special m ��� ,,,.,, for uidles and
Children Sal   ��� ia,   ifternoon at 2:30.
PORTUGUESE  KILLED
IN   STREET RIOT.
J '       ,M)\ BJKTIBK       "*-
��� IN ���
THE      D A  i  _ V      NEWS
Ir YOU War; a Situation.
Covilhae. Portugal, Jan. 18.���Serious
strike riots are in progress her today,
and several rioters arc reported to
have been killed by soldiers, The
uoop- have charged on the strikers
several times, each time killing .a
large   number,      All   the bodies have
������ii   removed   by   the mobs,      Many
5__?M^^t>
Tender for Supplies.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned at New Westminster, B. C-��
���,.   ... in ,    ,���     land endorsed on the envelope   "Ten-
are   Buffering   from   bullet   wounds. '
      ders for Supplies," will be received up
,    to noon of Saturday, the thirtieth day
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���   '""  of January,  1909,    for   supplying the
*      GOTOUADn|yii__M     St    CO I' ""IP chandlery, groceries, meats, coal,
________    I I F""T- ��� ml���' iWii^l ~.      *��~_      ~-r----      A  und tough lumber, required for the use
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FOR   YOUR
IT   FIND   IN
SOCIAL   EVIL   PROBLEM
May Get Comrmssionership.       ������ Recovers  Lifeboat Wreck.
Winnipeg, Jan. 18.   Andrew Strang,,    Vic-to.-i.i. Jan. is.- The steamer Le -
a pioneer merchant here, left for Ot-
. ...       .,   .        .,  ,        ...   bro recovered  tli" wreck of the Bam-
taw'i   la si   night.       It   Is   -aid   lie   will
receiv, an appointment on the railwaj flel- creek lifeboat from Rohbers' |s-
commission, the Winnipeg board of land this morning and will bring it to
trade having recommended him for the  victoria to ascertain If repairs can De
if thi Department of Public Works at
fej.N'ew Westminster, B. C, until March
>  31st, 1910.
CHEATING   STOVES!!���
The  supplies furnished  must be of
I Good assortment, just arrived j '"������ " ' "���'������"i,> oC *** evral kind3
i   j   and must be delivered at the Govern-
��j2 ��� '
HARDMAN    &    CO.
A. Hardman    A. James    J. McClughTin
TRUST   BLOCK,   FRONT   STREET
���a-:   -a-    -a-:
men:    wharf, New   Westminster,   or
i   where specified In tlie form of tender.
3u\    The departmenl   reserves  the right
new  Westminster.  $ L accept the whole or part or anj ten-
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FOR
position
effected.
0
Jan.   Is.    Alter    tigiitin", ���
Ir?
ll    o
Winnipeg, .ian.   u,-ftii��    ub.i...i3! Hmdus Seek Deportation, UHW_-_-__-__>_______-_-_---l
iblem     for    mans       Vancouver,   Jan.   IS���hive j]  ....       -
|0Ca]     morality    offlc. i    voluntary deportation to in-   ���  1*1-- ���
, ,    led in ���'' .        cently n ade  by  Ilin I      to
,-hether women of ill- J.   II.   MacGill   agent   of   the   Interior
. ought  to tiii    i ���'��� lepartmont.      On-     of    them     was
���I'I,,.    officers    have {ranted, the other two li lug    till un-
II,   o| one man who Is ,..    : Ion
, ...  ��� ntative  of a
f_lc_  has   extended   Its   un
<i  W'inni, Socialist Riot.
, ,, . ew months
i uicous   !';"  this syn-
::i :   in ' w :" ;'
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Di  -d. ii. .lan.   I8.     \  Soclali
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COUPON    NO.   257
Ti i S<
COUPON   NO.  764
Won the Tolli    Si I
At MOREY'S
Form- of tender may be obtained at
��� iili,. ollice of the resident engineer, De-
4  partment of Public Works, New West-
��� mlnsti r. li. c.
i!    Pape a Inserting iliis i Ive til  ment
Tiwitini.it   authority   from     the   lepart"
J' meat will not be paid for it.
<.      he       ��.   ',   or  any    tender will  not
" nee. accepted.
G. A. REEFER Ed
Resident li;, !  n ��� r.
Dei irtineni  ol   P ibllc '.'-��� o '      New
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_ Advertising and Circulation
Floods Are Averted.
;. rile floods I ..in
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..',' the city
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Tribune  Again   Reported  Sold.
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i have    ii cej \ ,1  a
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H. M0REY
HH
& co.
COLUMBIA   STREET.
S^'iBiW_���!���l-miUL'.BMJIHIU
The 11'.      ' ��� ;ws, NeA   Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 im
The Daili News-Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year
The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "         50c I ��� 3 nios., $1.50 a
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $:! per y<
Siilisiiripliiins and Adverllsements solicited for tii�� iil)ii\B publications
CHARLES   E.  SANDS,  Agent
a ���    P. Or Box 29 New Westminster Plione A22
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Men's Pants
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Sweaters
lai   $1 25     ��� -*0'65
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Collars
UoRula,   r-',e   ..   ..3  for 25c
Socks
WOOL���
Regular  IGc   ..������������     '��5
Regular   2Bc   ..   ������ 15c
Regular 35c     17' �����
Is still drawing numbers of people.   The store is crowded from early
morning till late at night.    Exclamations of surprise are heard on all
sides, as one after the other these wonderful Bargains are
Discovered
Men's
Overcoats
Remember
This stock of Grossman's has been sold by the assignee and must be
cleared out regardless of cost and without reserve, at a price
to realize
63 2 c on the Dollar
:        ii   11.1.00   	
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$2.25
$11.45
Overalls
li       l,i    $1.(HJ	
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70c
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$11.50
.   . .     1.90
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Ri i i)ni  $0 :.e
     $3.50
Ladies'
Shoes
UXFl IRDfl
Regulai $1.00
     $2.25
BOX  CALF
Regular i'i 00
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BOYS'   SHOES
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     $1.48
Regular $2.75
      $170
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Hats 5
HARD AND SOFT KKl.T--
Regular $2.60   $8.00 now 90c     �����
Handkerchiefs
Regular  inc        2 for 5 cents
Fancy Border, 10c,
Store Open
Evenings
Look for the Red Signs at Grossman's old stand, Columbia St.
The Vancouver Sales Co.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY,   JANUARY   19,  1M|>
THE DAILY NEWS   )
Published iv the Dall.  New. Pub
tuuma  Compauj    i United,  _t   their
,���������, Ml corner ol   Sixth   end   '������""���
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��,   WIFE'S   SECRET   ENDS                                                              ,N   A   NEW   NOVEL
TOUR VERY  SUDDEN-V j 	
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The lour ol   \  Wife". Secret, which* h   ilwalUng ,i���.  publication ol a
C.  A.  Pal.*
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l in .DAN    JANU ^;,>   18,  1909
WAT BR RIOHI 8
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eared here aomo montha ago, ier ; ,u��� v ;,, h,,,- Horre, entitled, "Twen
mlnated auddeulj In ' Mondaj momlnj, i- Vi ira ol mm." Everybody ltnowi
ivhon lhe roniiuitt)   went  lo lhe traln|tiiai  the "Mm" refers to hlB majesty
, .,.    i In ���    :,,    . ,,    in    MiiiMinl.ee   lo   lip
p, ai   ai   the   Bojdii r'    Hoin.   on  Mon
Cl,. conipan*, app<    ��� d      Blooming
n in-  written    an     (I
n    worlt   which   tli<J,   V.
Maxiuillltou   Hardet
in,-lion   In    the
���  ���        frank  an l Batlrlcal
il ion ,.'. ih   indlscn tlons and
... ���,.���  ,     , |   .li,   kaiser  since  he
|M)   ill. lun.    10.    ami had    to paesir.o.    ���.,   emperor, Iticludlng his recent
,    ., , ���, , !���-.   wo.   ��� ���      ���'   'v;;1    ','' nation,
, '������    go   I hi      w;i   n la) om i
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and  when   ihe  performers  g��
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The hook eontalus many e.irieti-
.,1..' which have n il
entitled clroulalon.
Public Meeting
, her l*lgius| w '      ������ '    WB     '''"'   ",n    an'-   "   WM  'V
9     mi '   '    '" u        ,    ,   , |    ��� .   ���     had left  (own sudden
  ' ::,  ������. .-      i   ,      owing   ,    nearb   all
I,   members ol the ci
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PIANOS. ORGANS, SEWING MACHINE-
POLYOAM>   CAUSES
FIGHT   IN   OREGON1  .   _,    -,-nrvin    ll U
Salem,  0      Jan   IS     V  resolution J, H. TODD S   WUSK   110US���
-�� memorlall Q CouSee-s8  ...     ippresB COLUMBIA STREET
imj   "'.-1  opposed  and   lefeftt-d'
,,...,,   in  in    Legislature   by   Senator ~"
Bran Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn.        Whole Wheats
Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
lour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
Oats,
(ira ham
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd
Pnone 335.
185 Columbia   Street
P.   0.   Drawer 100,
.1
PYTMIAN
Abrahams, who said Congress wa    b_
ling annoyed bj people who constant!}
limed .ii Utah ClafATINtT'       R
\,w   Westmlnst t    B   C,            Abrahams insist. -          OIxA 1 iilVJ       J\
January   15,  1908       a0( ;H- -ast  on Utah because o   fe*��	
Worship lhe Mayor:���                 .  arc retain]   .wives thej niarri'
We,   the     nnd,:-                 Bpecttttll.               :,.;v>. \_>V   '   OF P. KAL_.
��� -    -*< )tmoaH .i public tneeUng                   ^   .,,  ^r(& s,
.,���..   earliest convenience, tor   the1 -   -m
ink!
PrcfcssOr   In   Aeronautics.
jt.- . . ,-.���,-.a:-,.,. .l���;i   1S,-
lelepstes recently sent tty Victoria on] fir>; rttv p,  been 12:30 to
iMin th.                                          ''u                 . hearing�� f-pon from om Germany, Jan  IS B_ornln_,l   to 12; al
tion  ,      ��� *  "    u      ��� -,v.-:m>  - n   to Victoria on  - .nautii .     ..    -.       .    been ! ; evening..      I A;
weuty t'                                            ,                           roposlUoo,   End University of Goetl    -don tee.  skates  25c     On Satu  I
waa m     taii *    ���'                                 .���         pu pose ol dl-cusalng thi ������   and D   Lu   ���  . P                    10 to li, school childi i      ader   12
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Get the Habit
"Spes-iuT'
MADE fN CANADA
Candies To-day Only
...      rilly Beans, per ft       .
PinitPon? Taffy,     r lb, 15c
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Box C " ���  lates, pei  L-2
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240 Columbia Street,
New Westminstei
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Sane  Price .-..- the poor
Ac:^'.ter*it?j rLir.ds
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a ���_��� m ��� i ���i am
ATJOIG CLOTHiNG HOUSE
Showerproof
Overcoats
Felt Hats
Medium Weight
Underwear
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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SHOE
PRICES
PCLNTAIV    PifNS j
\ cl! and  Bcautv   Pins j
Silverware  in ail it���� branches
Prize and   Presentation Cups;
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The  Jeweler J
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THE   DAILY   M;WS.
PAGE FIVK.
The Cash Stores
T. H. Smith   The Cash Stores
Absolute Clearance of
Women's Ready-to-Wear
$18,000 of High-Class Seasonable Merchandise
To Be Sacrificed
Overstocked Is the cry in the ready-to-wear department. Stocktaking, which. _as just been c
Im- reveealed the fact that we have twice as much stock In this department as this season of thi . ��� li
warrants. We are determined to reduce this stock, and If reduced prices will do It, then our chances are
exceedingly good. We want eferj woman In New Westminster and vicinity to visit this store during the
sale, We promise values on seasonabli oods. REMEMBER, we are determined to reduce this stock, and
when we make up our mind aboui doing it we are prepare, to spare no effort or sacrifice to accomplish
this end.
Sweeping Clearance in Children's Coats
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City News
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UIMEEDA
T_A rj_KVICE OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over these
ii i     i i.<   Im
.,;' ;  will   be  m id    to  run ���
���t" ,. the river some dista ���
ton anj   rati    in order thai '
.' ' be  I    mghi    down i h.
1 I   n, xi   1'iid,,. 4
BIG  SPECIALS!
BIG  SPECIALS!
i
i. the  cover on _ box of  "B.
C" .,n,l  try one.    Il will  make
police lasi  evi aing,  under
Mcintosh, raided a house in one
residential    districts, and   ar-
K  occupant, C, P, Johnson, on
- Serious charge   under  tho  criminal
I code.      Two girls aged  about
\
10-Pieci    i.      -  ell China Tea Service;   best    Staffordshln     English
mfacture; gold lined and rimmed and beautifullj  decorated Moral
designs; worth $20 08; for $3-90
Here's Another Crackerjack���
104-PIece   English   Porcelain  Dinner  Service;  beautifully    decor;,
worth $20.00; for    |7.50
About 30 Teapots;  worth 50c each; to be cleared out for 25c. each.
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'8 BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite Lome Street.      Phone 73.
are held as inmates of the house. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Clear   Havana  cigars of    exclusive
merit���the "Brlllante,"  made  by  the
B,  l    Cigar  factory. -��
,^3.C'J   AND  $3.50  VALUES   FOR  $1.75.
Thi    line, most of which is of German  Importation, in tweed, velve   cloths,  meltons, etc.    \arioi
and oniti   a variety of designs     Valuta up to ?3.B0, for     S1'75
$5.00   and  $G.OO   VALUES   FOR   $2.75.
This lin.- come- in all sizes from ;; to 11 years.    It comprises the balance of our Girls   and Misses' coals
in cl th, bear cloth, melton, tweeds   etc.   Quite a galaxy of -styles and  many  new  creations.    Regular
$5.00 and $6.00 values,    Sal.- price      $2J5
Sweeping Reduction in Women's Moreen Underskirts
$2.00 AND  $2.50   FOR   $1.00.
In all colors and all size., of    ilk finished, moreen and molr tte    , ep knee flounce, with dust proof frill.
Regular prices $2.00 and $2.50.   January sale price   S1-'-'0
Sweeping clearance in Crompton Hygienic Corset Waists
75c  VALUES   FOR   25c.
In white an 1 drub only, Ci  tn ���   m Hygienic Corset Waists, various sizes.    Regular   price    73c.
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��� hatelie and "Old ���
Sport       cigars.       The     old    reliable  4
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ni it:    ��    , ownen
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sale price
25c
Sweeping clearance in Children's Lambskin Ruffs
50c   RUFFS   FOR   15c.
lorty-flve inches long In white lamb,  that   sell regularly at 50c.   January sale price   15c
25c RUFFS FOR  10c.
All our children's white lainh ruffs  thai   sell   regularly  at   25c.      .'....: it.  sale price	
Monster Waist Values
SWEEPING  CLEARANCE   IN   WOMEN'S  LUSTRE AND CASHMERE  WAISTS
$2X0  and   $2.50  VALUES   FOR   $1.25.
Practically  our  complete  stock of lustre and cashmere waists In black   and  cream   only.    All      '  -   and
a charming variety of designs In plain, fancy and embroidered, all wool, cashmere and lustre    Regular
rlci     a      $2.09  and  $2.50.    Januarj   sale price   S1-25
Sweeping clearance of Women's Silk Waists
$5.00  AND $6.00 SILK WAISTS  FOR $3.25.
nch Taffeta Silks'  plain and fancy tucked, with new Directoire Bleeves, 1   . warn,
of thi Ramona to place the latter bo...  *
m ., ; iv, r run until the Ice I ��� J
ippei        clios       li-.   that   ���
4
��� xpeel d  tha r  noat  ���
will        ���   ���. adini ss to iaki   ihe place %
of the damaged Favorite, which  will If
have to un li  go a completi ovi 1 haul-  ���
To the General Public:
It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
SEE business for 1909.    An open
PAGE price list appears in this paper
2 to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
Public Supply Stores <*eo. adams
Columbia   Street.
New    Westminster.  B.  C.
Prop.
Phone   92.
ing ii.     ���
fi re goliie int i
uiiinis
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OUI :���  Bros, ��Ish to   ta     that they
alse ;!t'   pi Ice of i   il dui ing
he rei em cold snap   as has bi en re-
I-'or table decoi at tons* and    weddl
Everything   you   need   for  the   Family
Dinner at
Westminster
Transfer Co,
The Moody Park StoreL��c,.
bouquets���a specialty   King up
: the Florist,  1X4.
Also���
none  18b.      nam 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
i. ,J;,;.
llnal ami   brown.    Values up to $6.00.   January sale price
$3.-5
Sweeping clearance of Women's Net Waists
$9.00 AND $12.00 WAISTS FOR $4.50.
In whll     :. .     earn net, made over silk foundation of chiffon taffeta and Jap glace silk.    Net  i-  I
and Poinl de Esprit, with beautiful   Irish  Gvlpure  lace trimming    Some have self colored silk foundation . others With silk to match thi   net,   $9.00 to $12.00 values for   $450
Sweeping clearance in Women's Embroidered Hose
50c   VALUES   FOR   35c.
Twelve dozen  pair silk embrold   ed all wool cashmere hose, sizes 9, 9 1-2 and 10, in black only, -;
ridy,
**      Butter, 3 lbs. tor $1 00, and a full a i-
sort men I of Seasonabl   Good
At last night's meeting of Westminster Circle, No. 148, Order of Canadian w. H. SMITH, Propricto
t    tne     Circles,     the     following  were       Corner Sixth   Av*   and   Tenth   St
elected officers tor the ensuing year:   ������ ���   ���    ���
P, 1,. A. M. Fraser;; I... J, fmlah; V.
i.. Mrs. S. A. Rob on; ll. S . Arthur ti.
C irbett; F. S., J, Gf, Bent. treasurer
William  Kenned};   C,  Mrs   J.  Bent.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���-TPAM   DEPOT.
>ci.ik of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
M.    Alexander   Rowan;    \v.   JameBJ
Mini.i.i'.     'lb..   Installation of   these
officers will bake place ihxi week,
Tr.    Hans   Vaglsaug   Poiiltry   . .mil.
It's the best.    It's the stuff ,'i!l people!
keeping poultry should use,    At  your
groi era and druggists.
(NOTICE.
NOTICE  is  hereby   given  that  ap-
pllcatlon Wlll be made by the Vancouver Westminster and  Yukon Railway
loni  ,ii    ,, the Parliament of   Can-
ida at Its next Session for an Act to
Hn   ilme  for commencing the
.a ol   the branch lines au
I  by Chapter 1.6 ol the Stat-
ol Canada, 8 Edward Vll, toeing
II
From a point on the main line
\n lerson lake and Green lake
along or near Llllooet Lake,
: River and Harrison Lake, aud
..nil,easterly to a point on the
nti rni | iundary line, at or near
lown of Huntingdon, In the Pro-
1"   ol British Columbia.
(l|i From u point on the main line
en Llllooet and Quesnel, running
ti an easterly direction through the
��� ". Quesnel Lake to a point at or
' '    Ti >    Jaune  Cache;
(c)  From a point on the main line
stween the Cottonwood and  Willow j
rivers, running south-easterly to   Bar-
..nil,,.;
''D From a point ori the main line
"i British Columbia on Willow river.
running easterly to the Fraser river
thence along the Fraser river to Tete
'���nine Cache, thence through the Yellow Head Pass, thence by th.' most
convenient route to Edmonton;
T'ntij tii. 13th day of July, 1912, and
to ext, I,,* ���;,,, time for finishing and
mutiny the -ai,i hrnncii lines In operation until the 13th day of July, 1811,
ind a Hie, |_ing tha Vancouver,
Westminster and Yukon Railway Coin-
mbjeet to the provisions of
Bectlons 381, 862 and 363 of the Rail
way Act of Canada, to enter Into
agreements with the Burrard Westminster Boundary Hallway and Navigation Company tor any of the purposes specified  In  said section  361,
Dnti d at Vancouver this   24th   day j
of Deci mber, 1908.
MARTIN, ORAIO, BOURNE   & HAY
���llj ('.ltinviile street, Vancouver,
li. 0
Solicitors for the Vancouver   West-
minster and Yukon Railway Co,
we you want m kind of
REPAIRING DONE
Such as (Inns. Pmbrellas, Typewriters,
or any l'sht automatic machinery re-
| paired, ro to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel.'
A m.. ting of Coquitlam tl tents
was held In the municipal ball j esti r
da yevenlng to discuss the report of
the delegates who recently went over
in Victoria to oppose the building of
a dam at Coquitlam lake tor power
g. aerating purposes by th" Vancouver I'ow r Compan*.. Rei \ e B 10th,
who represented the council, and M
Mars aall, repn senting the ratepayers,
both spoil.' in Borne length on their
mis ion. Considerable discussion on
the subject took place, it being finally
decidi .1 to appoint �� delegation to tit
lend the meeting to he held hen on
Friday, when the Westminster dole- j
.nt. <��� will report lo tli.   public.
For flrst-clasn cut Bowers and    any :
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone
navies' Greenhouse, 112ns. **
CAPITAL S14,400,000.0"
RESERVE        ��11,000,000.00
Branches throughoul Canada and New toundland, and In Londou, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Gen-
era' Hauling  MiisloesB Tranaactid. ,
.flttera. of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents in all parti of the
World.
Ravings Rank Department, Deposits received In sums of $1 auc upwards,
and Interest allowed at 8 per oenl  per annum (pr>"-ent rate).
Total   Assets over  $10S,00(>,li('(i.OO.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
U. 1). RRYMNBR. Mansi-er
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Read This
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HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,  Greenhouses   and   Soed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Brartch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
seeds for the spring   trade
from the best growers in    _��S
laid, France,    Holland,   United
Stutes  and eastern  Canada   as
Well as those which can Be successfully grown 1.1  I!. ('.
Extra choice lot of fruit treel
���and   small   fruits,  strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental    In   all   ���< ���:
varieties   suitable   for    planting
in it. c.   All the best make of
s; r.i'  pumps,
Fertilizers,     Bee     Supplies.
Spraylnc- Materials, Cut    '"'������'
ers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRV I
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Large steam whistle,
Four horse power engine.
due straw cutter.
One top fur express wagon.
Also a good assortment, of new and
Bi'.'(111,1 hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
l'h.'iie 275.
SEASONABLE
New  Westminster, 11. C..
January 18, 09.
A. w. Mcl !. Financial Agent, City.
Dear Sir,-���I beg to thank ynu
for prompt settlement of loss on
my stock in Bank of Commerce
building which was destroyed in
the fire of Jan. ;>. Although my
loss forma were only handed to
you to-day i have alrea y receiv-
c i our check li, f ill settlement--
m   i laims against your company.
Yours truly, C, A. WELSP.
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The above  is an instance of the prompt manner in
which the companies 1 represent settle their losses.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the Fast naif of the southwest
Quarter of Section 13, Township 10, In
tie   Disrtlct of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loin of Certlfi-
cate of Title No, 6386F, issued in the
name of Johana H. Strand, ha.i been
filed in this office.
Notice la hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrdt publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un
less In the meantime valid objection
' a made to me in writing.
0, B, KEITH,
District  Registrar of  Titles.
Land Registry Office, N��w Westminster, R. C., Dee. 28th, 190H.
Chest
Jrrotectors lean not only insure your property for less money
than others, but when a loss occurs it is paid without de-
a*    \7' lay-   Enquire for my rates before renewing or placing
amOlS   Vests    your insurance.
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
BIG STOCK
AT
CURTIS'
CHOICE BEEF   _.
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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Pacific Meat Market
DRUG   STORE
N��w Westminster. Phone 192 McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia St.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUE80AY,   JANUARY    19,   190g
PIONEER   COURT   INCIDENTS.
Free and Eaty Marines In Early Illinois  Trials.
Most of the early Illinois covrt-
bonses were log built but In Bome districts, says the author of "Lincoln, the
Lawyer," the sessions were held in the
ba-"rooms of taverns, and the absence
of nil formality in tlie proceedings Is
best Illustrated by the fact that in the
circuit court of Washington county,
held l.y Judge J.dm Reynolds, lhe sheriff usually heralded hi- honor by Bing-
hap out. "Come In. boys! Our John Is
a-goln' to hold court!" to which cordial
Invitation those having business with
the law responded.
Another sheKiff in Union county made
laudable efforts to meet the requirements of the occasion by shouting out
this singular announcement: "Oh, yes!
Ob, yes! Oh, yes! The honoruble Judge
Is now opened!''
In one case n judge who desired to
display his learning Instructed tbe jury
~ery fully, laying down tbe law with
auth-rlty, but the Jurors, after deliberating some hours, found themselves
unable to agree. Finally the foreman
rose and asked for additional Instructions.
"Judge, this 'ere is the difficulty." he
explained. "The Jury want to know If
that thar what you told us was r'al'y
the law. or on'y jlst your notion."���
Tooth's Companion.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
DD.    Karaona
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PRINTING If LOT 7,  Block 36
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brack uian-Ker'.s wuaif daily
at -ttt" p.m : additional trip on Mon-
. lea*, ing at 0 a.m
Returning leave Westham I .-land 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays at 0 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m., calling at Steveston as
Inducement offers.
FIRE  AT   REGINA
DESTROYS WAREHOUSE
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A Ma-   of   Mitch   Princrlple-a.
����*-otsr_a_i (up for the week end, -*_��,
has been anted by his friend to go tty
s mnsie hall)���Na na, mon! D'ye no.
ken I never visit a music hall on th'
Saturday, for fear T should laugh In th'
klrk on th' Bawbath?   London Opinion.
Reglna, Jan. 18.���Fire In the Canadian Pacific oil storehouse this morning did considi rable damage. Goods
destroyed principally wer.- stores for
shops. The building is badly scorched,, Telephone 54.
but not completely destroyed. The
cause is supposed to be spontaneous
combustion.
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
QURTWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
C*C*O*0*C*04CO4C*O*_*--^
English Watchmake
r
on the corner of Loyal airenue und Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P- R-
tracks run past this property. Price *3000- Rea onable
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co. \
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr. ���
New Westminster,  B. C.
OK*Of_*C*OK��*0*0��0*0*C��0 O*0*0*O��O*04OC*C*C*C*C*C*0
I
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12 /-
���'���:
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'    o;.
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and
watches.
Watch repairing a   pecialt;
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Lroce.
Tenders Wanted
I
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P.  O.  Box 665
A,d__i9a   1 -refiiarlitedneaa,
Though Adam blamed Eve for tempt-
trig him u> eat apples, It isn't on record that he gave her due credit for
making those first clothes.-Florid*
llnies-L nion
Beauty Doctor Commits  Suicide.
N'ew Vol,;, Jan. 18.���John il. Woodbury, the famous beauty doctor, shot
and killed himself toda*. n> 1 Coney
island. It Is believed that bis - ci le
������   - the result of troubles gri 1
of a e ui!   for J50, I      tught
���,  Stephen A. E      ��� ns, a
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LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
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: Made
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Wing  Yuen  Co. . TUT.M^tlMGE
HARDMAN   &   CO.
Front Street, Trnst BI
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPAN.
: 9.   �����-   ������   ������      ������������:������
i Young People,    Attention !
* ., ��� ruction In night classes at
Columbian College
ARITHMETIC.  BOOKKEEPING. SPELLING. CORRESPONDENCE.
SHORTHAND.  TYPEWRITING.    COMMERCIAL,    LAW.     PENMAN-
* SHIP.
'. ' ai       art ol    h    ab        ...
Commencing January  1st  train   :
Seattle will le ivi   dailj
train for ail points East at "���-���> pm ;
train  for Agasslz at   5.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from
Ri  ervations    made for    I
I sleep, rs   -.  .tis: and Btea tins.
NEW.WEHINGT6N
COAL
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
���a      -a      -a      ..
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:������ '   ...    ... ...    . .       .       ���      ������       ���
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Wesl
��� . C.  !'..  FOSTER,
AssL Genl. Pass.  Agt.   Vancouver.
-PE\.sM\!l^iTTHyT!,i
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
-'���' ee, Front St., Fcot of 9
P. 0. Box 340. Phone 105.
P. O. Box   474 Te:
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebr  ti  I
Palmer  Bros.   Engines
i
.. Vvestminstcr..
Iron   Works
_ IN _ JOHN   REID.  Proprietor,
THE       DAILY       NEWS
If   "ou   WAN"!
rentti Sti
\v,w Westminster
Tenders will he received ���.,.
d�� rsignod until lu o'clock no
January, 1909, for:
The supply of nine bund re .
Cedar Poles to be delivered at
to be designated in the    vii
Langley Prairie and For;  I.e.
Also separate tenders  foi
King of holes and erecting
Specifications may be haJ I
ents of this Company.
Lowest or any tender  not ni
Accepted.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA    TE1
COMPANY, LTD..
Vancouver. B. C
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VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACI
WARNING  TO   PURCHASE
Ev< ...      "
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land gran
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in the toi in j I by tii.
.   ���
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Boun      \        .OS, which
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is net executed ai
; the date of the wai rant  '  1   1
, grant i : Mini.'t
1 Defenci
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Unless You  Have Already Tasted It,
Government Inspected
Is  to  the  Palate
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the Westminster District,   and  the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction
i
MUTTON, PORK and VEAL
Killed, Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanitary supervision onlv.
Rcichcnbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers       - Columbia St., New Westminster
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THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY,  JANUARY   19.  1909.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Cotumot-  coast  '_ln-
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SC.TTLE
ROUTE.
Operative  January   13.
,.-.  Princess  Victoria  leaves  Vancouver  id p.  w.. going direct to Se-
,itie daily exc ipl   Monday.
g.S,  Princess Royal leaves Vancou-
. . ai  9 fl. ui. for Victoria daily, ex-
, ,pt Wednesday.
S. ri. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-
mver at 1 p. m. daily fur Victoria.
WE_TiYllNSTER-Vi-TORIA    ROUTE
sj,_. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westmiustetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed-
i isdaj
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
8-8. Tees
Leaves Victoria if p.m. 1st, 10th
.mi 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; inth
,( each month for (."uatslno and way
Kiris; -"ih of each moutn torAhcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30   p.m. dally,
ip|   S inday.     Leaves.   Nanaimo   at
i. in-
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
|2th and 26th.
NORTHERN  E��. C.  ROUTE.
5 i   Beatrice   leaves  Vancouver Jan.5,
I9th; Feb. 2nd.
3,   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th,
TJP RIVER,
eaver���
From New* Westminster Monday
,vedne_day and Friday -it v a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
. ,,.l Saturday at 7 a m.
A Soldier's Wooing \
For   reservation-   aud   'umruiatlou
���all or address
ED. OOHLHT,
Agent, New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
���ist   Gen. Pisa. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
r.pnenil Huiier-i b-nrtent.  vtrtorla.
er
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ADVKKT'.SK.
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
vn*i Qt'irK  RETURNS
|Mli_��EI^
!    ai i iii.f-_-.-n���-.ii..i i hi        __����*����*-"";-~-��_^*r_M   x \.
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���iuvuD insn^re*
IKING T) WD FROM ANY
POINTS IX Tli!: OLD COUNTR.
CAN   BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
I'll'l..
Empress ef Ireiard Jan. 8th
Corsican    Jan. 22
b'er  otter  dates  and  particulars,
auply to
ED,  C.OULKT,
C. P   K. Acen-
FIRE ALARM  IiOXE-
6���Asylum.
('���Kiryal City  Mills.
V���-Carnarvon and T��nth,
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���Sl.   Mary's Hospital.
''���'   Second and Pari Row.
14   C ilumbla and  Dufferln
' ��� .;erton
23���Queen's aveutie and  Sl-th.
-,.u avenue aud Second.
25���Fifth av-��ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Righto,
17��� Third avenue nnd Tenth.
.\  ties and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
iI5���Columbia and MrKenzle
16���C, P. R.  Station.
-2���Small & Rucltlln Mills.
LCopyright, 1908, hy American 1'ic-ss A.sso-
clatlon.]
When the Spanish-Amerlcau wai
n ��� er I found myself ai Montuuk
Polm in ih.. hospital. 1 was pretty
si k. Lin not siek enough tu preveui
my noticing things, and there was one
thing I noticed mighty quick, it ua-
my nurse. She was a beauty sure
enough, with a superb figure and a
graceful carriage. She wore Immense
colls of chestnut hair piled up on her
head cannon-ball-like and flared great,
lustrous  eyes.     Fancy   a   fellow   who
bad  I n  for  mouths  in  a   benighted
country, never a woman in sight, suddenly eared for by such a creature.
When I saw her coming toward my
eol she seemed like \'i uus rlslug from
lie sea Willi al! her clothes on and noi
i limp ruffle in her cap or apron. She
came straight up to me. looked down
ou in.- with her fawn orbs and took
hold of my wrist. The first contact of
her soft tinkers sent my pulse up to
110. She seemed disturbed at thai and.
turning away, looked nboul as thoiigh
for assistance. I didn't propose to
i :   e her .all any one, so I said:
'Don*I   worry  about my pulse,    i   s,
normal���that   is.   It   frequently
r... kei -   a!.'.it'   this   lime   of  daj,   and
when a lovely creature takes my wrist
between ber seraphic"���
Hut before l could get any furl her
she rammed a thermometer Into my
mouth and I had to lie quiet, though
, ne'er on-,' look my eyes off her.
and if thai thermometer had registered
my admiration It would have stood nl
_,in)o degrees. I'd been sick before
and knew that n few minute-' was
<juite sufficient for ihe test, bul she
kept the thing there a quarter of nn
hour. Then she took I' nut, swung her
'eit; lashes down toward II and was
iking the record when I opened fire
V Hire   the   first   woman   I've   seen
since I E*nt on that Infernal troop ptiip i
ro go to Cuba, and a more heavenly
���Ight"-
Wh.it .lid she do bul jam ihe ther
a omelet- Into my mouth again, turn
her pencil upside down and rub out
'lie record she had made, This time
she left nt" with the little glass tube
sticking out ,,f my mouth like a '.;->"
."tn and wenl away, she .li.ln'i conic
��� i 'k for nearly half an hour, and
when she examined the thing again I
-1 ,\ by ber looks thai she was up to
something.
It's only a sight of so much beauty,"
I sin ried iu. but she paid no attention
to me, and 1 saw her write down 98'j
di -frees,    She   went away again and
;me back with a lump of Ice, which
ihe clapped on the top of my head.
new as well as I did 1 hadn't any
'ever and didn't need any Ice.    If I
' id she would  have simply  reported
ny case to a surgeon.    She did it to
���'.   my   admiration.     But   it   would
have  taken  frozen  quicksilver  to do
that,  and  us  she  walked coolly  away
i  follow "d her With longing eyes
As soon as she was gone I removed
Ice, chucked it under (be cot and
I iy thinking  that  1  wasn't in it for
Impressing   her   and   I'd   better   keep
"net.  When she appeared again 1 con-
tented myself for awhile looking my
admiration, but she had to go and take
bold of my  wrlsi. and that threw me
i into another fever, with a consequent
! delirium, which burst out Into speech.
"I'm  worse ihis morulng,"  I  broke
out, "and the reason I'm worse is be-
cause you've been away so long.    If
you think I can stand it to"���
"Put out your tongue!" she cried.
I  put  it  out Just far enough so I
could mumble what I had to say, but
she ordered me to put It out farther
and farther till I couldn't say a word.
"Keep It there," she said quietly aud
began scribbling something on her rec-
I ord paper, while I lay with three inches
\ of  red,   furry   tongue  curled   out.     1
threw a lot of feeling into my eyes, but
somehow I didn't feel Unit  there was
anything effective about this sort of
pleading, for no man can make love In
such a way, and after awhile 1 pulled
in the member ami commenced to wag
ii again.
"I will proclaim my admiration," 1
was    beginning,    "at    tbe    cannon's
mouth,''  when she Jammed her ther-
j un,meter between my teeth.    I tried to
i hold It so H-.nl   1. -iivt-l -������ ���-  '���- " ���
for. ed it under my tongue, ami 1 was
obliged to keep quiet Either way 1
was baffled. I couldn't propose to her
wiiii my tongue slicking out or with
the cussed thermometer under it. I
made a virtue of necessity aud remained temporarily shut off.
Tbe next time she came she brought
a surgeon uiih her and said to him:
"Doctor, here's a man who has been
made luny by exposure. He sees absurd visions' aud bilks Idiotically.
What shall I do with him?"
"We've got permission," replied the
surgeon,  "to  send  such cases   to  tbe
  Insane asylum.    I'll make out the
papers and send them in." And he hurried on to some other of his multifarious duties.
She looked al me as if to say, "Now
you stop your twaddle or go Into un
insane asylum."
"See here." says I, "If you tlliuk thill
a Btraighl jacket has any terrors for a
man who has been facing Mausers,
Hattling guns and delirious with love
for the most, seraphic creature the sun
ever  shot n   you're   mightily   mis-
cir,-.u
pice..
..   up   the   teu   ceut
MdpUl     ,.. hi* vest pocket.
"1 ve just given you 10 cents, haven't
-���*' he said i., the German.
"lah."
"^' ;:.. e's 10 cents more," throwing down lie original coin. "You owe
me five i. :,is."
1''" Cerman looked at lhe leu cent
Piece, i at Cholly, evidently bewildered, lie was in a hurry. Turn-
���8. ll ' ml half a dollar from a drawer. 'Iir.".' the piece on the counter and
said
'' ''��� ���    in ouet of ilas."
' ��� yes fair danced.   Here was
uity to take in ;',"> cents In-
;. lug .mi ir. cents.   He fluids   pockets   for   his   loose
chin .    ��� 1.1 found 42 cents.   Borrow-
:; '   uts from one of his friends, he
laid 15 cents on the counter and picked
up tin- hull' dollar.   Then tho three got
out of tlie saloou as soon as possible,
fearing that the  Herman would discover his stupid   blunder.    When  on
'lie sidewalk  they  leaned up agaiust
tree box,., and  held their sides with
i  clis-
Good
taken.    You'll never shut off my Are I laughter.
with    your    thermometers    or    your j    "Tang,  tang,  tang,"  sounded
straight  jackets.   I've loved you ever   tant hell.
since  you   un limbered   those   eyes  of j    "There comes your enr, Chollj
-.ours ami brought 'em '" bear on me,   night, nld boy."
and   I'll  ne. er -.���,, ,,m   ,,f the   fight   til j     "Tit, la
: ou've |iron i ',! i . ',.��� my ��������� If. "Vou're a i harp one."
'i'i.' Insl shol knocked her out.   She      t.'li        h     dod    lie  car,  ki- ,,l   bis
irruel   her colors,   I'm a married man   hand ������< tii- . .   .-.  ui inside und
today and the father of four children.      sat down in a      . .       Th iductor
EDWARD 3   SPINNEY.       wi    m  th her end collecting fares,
r-^,^-.' -,-7_>'_,-<*-><**v<*5>.;'   ,l"' ;''   -touud of tli" register bell told
A '��� ,;���:' u.     finally   he  stopp   I
X   Tl_rCC    jVien .   before '.'holly nnd demanded bis fare
/-._.   .,        -\-\.t      .-i _ '     "J'   Inmded   him   the   half   dollar
Of the World.
aOU'Tnfn   believe  lh;,i   i   ever touched I
n penny of J OUT money!"
"Who else   is there  lo suspect'.'    You:
have had sole charge of the I ks,"
"This . i horrible."
"I uin    urry  for you.    I  musl  leave i
you, for other matters are awaiting attention." i
Half an hour later the old book-1
keeper left his employer and went out i
without ti ray of bope iu his heart.
Ml s Wllloughby scarcely hoped fori
a call from Mr. Jausen that evening.'
but he presented himself nevertheless.
It had been discovered, be explained
without emotion, thai the bookkeeper
had been robbing the linn. His peculations would probably amount to
thousands of dollars. He hud run
away and might escape arrest, but she
Wfts to go ahead on the books just the
same. Her salary would be $20 a
week, and of course her relations with
the firm would be confidential. She
could depend upon them to recommend her to others in case her work
was well done. The girl wondered
thai the partner was so quiet over tho
reputed loss: but, thinking it was his
way, she promised to appear at the
store in the morning and begin on the
books. When morning came and. Lv
when she was within a block of lhe
Bton : untered an old gray haired i 'i wiiii such a look of trouble on
��� n ��� caught her attention al
He bio deed her way and hall d
her nnd ti'i "i to say somelhing, bin
choked up, raised his hands in despair
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for CONRAD, CARCRO.SS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
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express and freight connect with
Uages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter sr.vre.
For information apply to
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11:20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22.
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12:25, 16.27, 18:45 and 23,
_R_0AT NORTHERN RA1LWA7.
Lv, XW. atio a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
L.V. N. W. 4,'Aa p.m.; ar. Seam,   iti ii.nj
X. YV. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle Tt 15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
��
'    190
Tin-, .��� men -.'���
corner   waitin;
wele   'ill    \e;,\    youn
'���loud" ��� loi lies.   Not
up) .'���: ri d  on   lhe  fa
them.
"It's ll o'clo ...
erboard suit, "l
12. I wish that
come along."
"That's ear!.'.' for
marked one of hi
o'clock's my fnvorii
by Anion, .,n Press
clation.J
���re staudiug on a
for   a   i roi icy.
an.I   wore
jigll  uf a  I ,
��� Y   OIK
'
said one
v.  ..
b',...:,,;. r
ii i , Lei t.
li .tne till
ir   would
you,  *"..iiiy,"  re-
friends.     "Tw<
hour for turning
;. t .��:i him by tit.- sn ion ki epi r, 'I I ���
��� ondui tor fell of It, held ll up lo the
light, turned it oi >v and over, then
i ... ded it back to Chollj
���Bad."
The change from the self satisfied
o I on Chu ..' ��� fn ��������� to . ne of aston
i ti mi 'ii nnd herr. r v as like a rainbow giving place to a thunder cloud.
11 denoted the discovery thai the trick
he bad pi rpi i rated on the Teuton was
really a trick on himself. Three glasses of I r b el .'"-'.I him 55 cents.   But
this was n,,t all. The distance to his
home was five miles, nnd the prospect
ef walking it v, as before him.
"Fare," cried lhe conductor sharply.
(.'holly felt through ids pockets to
gain time, bul be found neither money
nor n solution i , i he problem.
"Gil off or pay your fare," said thej
conductor In no tin, ertaln tune.
"I'm broke." said Cholly,   "1 didn't i
know ii.   Can'l you let me ride'.'   I've
_ot  five  miles to  go.   It's  near  mid-
Lv. Seattle
p.m.
Lv. Si atl ���
ti. m.
Q. N.
:.���    397
4; 25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
11:30 p.m.
N.
6:20
in.
"Let's go int.. that saloon over there
and gel ��� tie more glass ol i 'oine
on,   in blow you off."
The young man In the checkerboard
suit, yclept Cholly, led the way across
the street,  the two others  following.
The proprietor, a tat, puffy, red faced  nlghti and Vw dead ,ilvd
German,  was serving some one else, f   ..r  don.t   ,,.,���,   if  you've  got   fifty
miles to pi.   You pay up or git off."
cholly sat meditating.   The conduct
or gave the signal to stop.  Taking the
Dutchman into gflng u   three glasses young man  by the collar, he helped
I him  to the door and down the steps.
I Two hours later the youngster dragged   himself   upstairs   at   his   father's
and   li pped n Ide Cl   N   k.-1'ijkT GTJIOHON
'Why, thai is the   Id b ��� iklt 'eper I ..    ���,,-    [eaves   New Weal nln    ir
-       ' lhe store the other ,1  :  thr  .      .in1ve Gulcho_ c p>���   ,,,...
''         rtltlon!"   ihe  i                   -   i he ,                                ,    ,
tu     d to look aftei    ��� can li be   ""      connections by 10:10 a.m.
bis books I am to overhaulV    I can't ���������''��� ���; ���"���'-v Westminster Tuesdaj and
believe thai he has i n robbing the ':"-"' Thursday.
firm." I , :,.' Gulchon 6:30 a.m., arrive Ni w
Stephen   Cato,   tbe   nld   bookkeeper, Westminster  5:45  Frldavs;  also con-
h!ld ,"":| neat ana ': ' '"' '" :;,nl ''!,i,,s'   nectlons by 2 p.m.   except    Gulchon
taking.   When the nrsl ':  ���   had come  ���. , , _,
,���..,,, .   , ,    ... ..Tuesday ana h a.m. Thursday,
lo a dose the girl ."!���;��� Inl ed to tin.I r
the slightest cause I   . ieion.   She  Lv- N- w- C:2u a-m- ;; P*m*' aaJ 'k55
so rep. .i i i-il. a in'   wl'.li n frown, thi p.m. for Vancouver.
ior partner rep' | Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4  p.m. and
"But you musl  n n        r ihai Ll:30 p.m. for Westminster,
plien was sly nnd crafty." he replied.       R c   ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
"1 ion'1  i"1 deeehed,   Yi i claim to be
an   expert,   and  you   .rust   sooner  or'
later come upon the evidences of his
guilt."
Nothing  was discovered on the second day- the third   notliii
Leave New Westminster 5-.50, 6:20,
G:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m.. and every halt
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver Tor Westminster at
E:50, 6:50,  7:20 and  half hourly till
and l hey were obliged to wait.
"Say.    boys,"    said    Cholly,    "waleh
while 1 do a triek.   Het 1 can fool that
"[,
of beer for 5 cents."
"Rats!   You can't do it!"
"\us i--, gen'lemans?" asked the German of the three men of tbe world.     , h,mu)| fell 0T) tne ,���.,, witu������t undress
"Drle beer," replied Cholly, holding  jn_ and siept,
up three fingers.
The German drew
three glasses of
beer from the Bpigot, set them on tbe
counter, removed the surplus foam
with an ivory paper cutter and placed
them before lhe friends, who [mured
the beer down their throats.
".Ilminy," ejaculated Cholly. "that's
tine beer. Where in the world did yon
^et sii. h beer as that':"
"Milwaukee," answered the beer
seller, but without much evidence of
pride in  his beer.
"How many kegs do you use a day'.-"
"Milwaukee," muttered the German,
inattentively rinsing the glasses.
The young men laughed.
'���Where's the best beer made?" isked
one of the youngsters.
"Milwaukee."
"And the worst beer?"
"Milwaukee.''
The youngsters exploded. -'That's
the only English word he knows," said
Cholly.
The Herman turned to other custom
en who at the moment crowded up
to the bar.
"Here's your money." Cholly railed
to him. "Hurry up; I've got to catch
a .ar."
Cholly threw a ten cent piece ou the
counter. Tbe bo loon keeper broke
awaj from tbe babel of customers ordering beer to receive the mouey but,
seeing a ten cent piece on the counter,
said.
"I'lflleCU."
CHAUNCB- WARDWELL.
V'!*>-'_^>-<_.if?
An Expert
Accountant. ;
.-
_���
[Copyright, 190S, by T. C, McClure.]
Jansen .S: Jausen were manufacturers Of women's wear, and when Miss
Wllloughby. from the west, called upon j |,' ,', .
them they gave her encouragement.
Not until the seiiii-r partner had doue
a little thinkiug, however. [Ier statement that she was an expert account
ant aud that her charge for overhaul
ing the books would be very moderate
seemed to give biiu an idea, Hij'
thought over it for a week aud then
wrote her be would call. An hour
after he had written he Invaded the
den of the old bookkeeper, and after
fussing around for live minutes be
got up the courage to remark:
"Stephen,   do   you   know   that   this,
firm   has  been systematically   robbed
for the last ten years?"
"Impossible!" gasped the old man
as lie looked up.
"Craftily and systematically robbed.
sir, and the loss will foot up thousands of dollars."
"Is It the shipping clerks- the salesmen? I don't see how they could hav.
robbed us."
"It Is nearer than that!" said the
senior partner as he looked tbe perturbed and trembling slave in the eye,
">.-<_ God, but yen can't suspe, > ���'
during tbe
whole week.    Miss Willoughby's rcpu-J n:30 p.m.
taiien as an oxperl  wns ol stake, but I
not tin*     igh'c     flaw could she find.   -~���������
If there !���   I leen " ibl erles no attempt
had beet,  made I i e'er them up by
false en i rlea.
"But you will make discover! is next
week," snki Mr. Jansen as she reported
and lie ' i; : d her ber salary. "Per-
t -   i you have n        ken his crafl Iness , ���-������.
Into ace      I      We  In * a  losl  nt  least >
-  ' by bim, and us an expert nc-    Excellent Train Service Between
mini .���   ihall expect   - ou to un- j
���    em.    Another week must ,
ou 11." i lew."
When another week had passed nothing whatever had been found to con-
viol Stephen Cato. He had been htm- . i.iu.:u.un, _---a.>. .
��� ��� ��� penny. The girl was glad to
so n porj. 11 is troubled face had
li.unite,1 her ever since lhe lirst morning, nnd the senior partner's insistence
had ' red a suspicion in her mind.
"Ml * Willoughby," replied Mr. Jan-
Ben - she bad reported, "we employed yon as an experl accountant.
(nu oss is $10,000. i 'iir late bookkeeper is n fugitive from justice. Y.ui have
i* ork �� e||. Here Is $30 i
over and above y ir s tl try. nil -.. ������
shall hi fad to red neud ' nil lu any
other !���' use lu such affairs us litis
one of ourse Is expected to keep silence."
The girl li oked nl bim for a mo-
menl v Ith n puzzled expn sslon on her
fa.e. Tien ll began to be plain thai
there was - itnethlug wrong. The firm
wanted to make out n los< when there
was ''.,. loss. It had r ��asi us for calling
an boi i man a Ihlef, She slowly
pi tke ! ii[) ; lie nmount due her as salary f. ��� lie . ��� I topping back.
she i .oked tl e ni in ' |unre lu the eyes
and si Id
"Mr. Jansen, y. u are a s ouudrol!"
"A nl j mi are a III tie foi I!" he nn
gwerod ns - he b~ cpl out of I lie , ffice
In Newd '   li '.'.��� tv ��� iln; ; In   r II
found ti Hunter,   ll * was nn old mnii
Xothl   :    "��� : -  f   ".,      n hi    |   rson   ' ,
Identify him, nud it   nin* . nine ro loo.
at the In ,i\- ns it  !'.   In   I ��� umrgui
Potter'    Held    " [dace lo
the   body,    The  old   bool I     |ier   was
wit I Inhumanity   -.. ���
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opposite Court House, New Westmin-
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HITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barrl*
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ment I
--���i
Hartford Company
IncoriKirated 1810.
Assets       -       -       -     $21,411,439.43
Connecticut Company
Incorporated I860,
Assets       -       -       -      $6,195,758 69
Phenix Company
Incorporated  lSun.
Assets      -      -      -      $9,141,546.04
Insurance Co. of North America
Incorporated 1V92.
Assets       -       -       ���     $13,016,911.36
We represent the above ���,d astablished and  reliable companies, which  have paid dollar for dollar In all great *m since their incorporation    They paid over ii'Vci, ..,m.on_  to  policy holders  after    the    grea'
san Pram I co Are.   In the n,.w Westminster district they have settled all claims promptly, honorably and without trouble, to the assured.   As exam,,,,, see the foi on       ������>   ���
At Burnaby
August 26th, 1908.
On   Sept,   S   Mr.   Clayton   acknow
ledged receipt of cheque for payment
of claim in full and arranged to Insure
his new house with us.
At Central Park
January   _!Uh,  1908.
Mrs. Sandell, the assured, wrote on
Keh. 13:    "Your   cheque for the full
amount of the Insurance was r-CaiV-d
this morning."
At Coquitlam
June 24th, 1907.
Donald McLean,  the  assured,    on
June  "s.   acknowledged   payment  ot
loss: "Thanks for cheque, dated J111"-'
28   in  settlement for  loss  in full."
At
Sapperton
Sept.  Hth.  1908.
Writing
from    Winnipeg,      Man.,
shortly  Ufl
tr   the destruction  of
th.;
Dynes stor
e ou Colut_b!_ street,
Mr.
T.  E.  lleiTon  acknowledged  "receipt
of chortle
n fun settlement   of
hi'
loss on the
'���ttllilitig."
i ���.
In each of the above cases and in every other ease when- wo havo h.d a lire loss claim made upon us, the policy holders have been so well satisfied with the prompt and adequate settlement made by the com-
ninles we represent  that they havo placed their subsequent Insurance with us,  , ���
IF  YOUR   HOU8E
FURNITURE,
OR OTHER  PROPERTY
IS NOT INSURED,
SEE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY,    JANUARY    19,
1901
Special Fire Sale
Granulated
Sugar
20 lb. Sacks i
for 75c.
This sugai with several oilier
lines of goods we hod stored In the
two basements of the Hank of
Commerce huilding. and thej were
sllghtl*. damaged by water in the
recent lire We will sell them at
this verj low price while they last,
Come early if you wish to secure
any. as they will not lust long.
t
EdipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Sltcers
Anderson &
Lusby
SCHOONER SINKS
WITH ALL ITS CREW
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Beach of Fire Island Strewn
With Wreckage for Miles
After a Storm.
New Voik. Jan. IS.���-In the biting
driving snow storm of Sunday morn
Ing off the Long Island shore, another
'vessel, the schooner Swallow, of St.'
John's Newfoundland, and her crew,:
paid  toll so often demanded of those!
t who go down to the sea in ships.
Th.-   beach   east  of  Eire  Island fori
'several miles today was strewn with!
wreckage from the ship.   Of the crow '
! probal ly live or six men, there was no I
! trace.
It is supposed thai the Swallow was I
bound    from    Newfoundland    10 .New-
York with a cargo of frozen herring, i
and   that   she   carried   a   deckload   ofI
lumber.     Caught  in the    storm,  the
members of the crew    probably  lost
their  bearings and struck on one of
[ the  many  sand   liars  a mile or  so off j
shore near    the    Blue Point    station.
Th. re the wind and heavj  seas pound-!
ed the   vessel  to pieces  aud  the men
1 aboard were speedily lost In the sea. J
I The Swallow   was a small schooner of
I
seventythree tons.
Collistcr's
January
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.  ;M0YER L0SES IN
  SUPREME COURT APPEAL, j fi
We make; a specialty of   fir   doors,      Washington, Jan. IS.���In an opinion]
iteamed and kiln dried. handed down today, the United Sta ���
 supreme court  decided  against   Pre      I
t'
id. nt   Charles   Mover,  of  tli"  Western
{   W. E. Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr.   Federation of  .Miners,  in  the case  in I
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.        which  he seek., damages from  Former
Governor  Peabody  of    Colorado  Gen-''
1
era!  Sherman  Bell and Captain  Bulk-
li y \v ells for ii!. gal Imprisonment,
Moyi ," took ..11 appi a] from the cii- '���
cuit court, Hi,, judgment of which is:
upheld b*. the supreme court.
Hundreds of customers are taking advantage of our
January Sale prices. Make out your list of wants and
visit every section of our store. Investigate our offerings. You are free to examine and look around in
this store. Remember, at prices such as we have
marked these various garments we must clear them
out. However, the stock is over-heavy, and rigorous
methods had to be adopted to start them moving.
This sale closes January 30. Now is the time to avail
yourself  of the many money-saving opportunities.
Phone 413.
New  Westminster.
p. s.    S> veral other lines will be
sold       LATER     al     Lhese    ZKK<>!
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Watery
Family  trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   tight street
NEW   WESTMlMSTEfl.   8.   C.
n^pr
J   T  H   E
ADVERTISE       '--
��� IN ���
DAILY        NEWS.
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I Electric Railway Service *
���
���
Interurban    Line.
���o Cars   for   Vancouver   and    way
��� stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour   from   6:60  a. ni.     Last
��� car leave* at  11 p. m.
��� (Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
���
4, Cars  leave the depot    every
4, twenty minutes  for  both   Sap-
�� perton  and  city limits over the
H cltj line.
���
City Line: Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, tweaty niin- ���
mes after and forty minutes af- 4
ter, commencing al  6:20 :t. m. ^
W.  Maxwell, a ii. C. Eh ctric  Hallway   motorman,   was  admitted   to
Ito- al  Columbian   hospital      1   tenia*,
suffering from tj phold fever.
An attempt   w11]    .   mad     odi      ....
ng  ;..   int'." mation   receii
t  rdaj   from  a   responsible s nn 1 ��� .
raise  the   Favorite,    whioh   '. . n
undi r water afi  "�������� the mouth of I ie  j
1 ivci-  since the  firs I d ly of  the  frost.
.1    I).  Schuyler, consulting engineer'
th     Vancouv. r  Pow. .   Comi my,   ia
11    elected   to  ma ;.   Invest!
;i    P una, arising from  ihe famous
11 oiitri.v. rsj   of the   New   Vork   Woi 1.!
Some Exceptional Snnps in
Remnants of Dress Goods
_\ 1   ,.., endi ol  Dre     Goods  which are        n   de 1 oui during
Januai    S I        .-'..tn   ol iln ie ��� nd     ve tli        1     eeii       ������
have in 10 keep them occupy anj   longe fteductions  of  2a
rv   piece.      If  you   are  in   ned   of   a per ceni    have been    laced
t.   Key's   Clothes. Girl '   Dr.     es    etc ,sho     h*n   ill suitable foi a Wa   1   S
a look through these remnants,      \ ..1   can 1   an
Hundreds of Remnants of Staple Goods   of   every   description   at   big   reductions...   Several   lots of Lace   Embroidery    and     Ribbon    Remnants.
at low  prices  to  clear  up  the  odds and ends.
Staple Lines at prices which denote Sharp Reductions.
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Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave a     with   Pn   Idenl  Roosevelt
The Trader will '*esume In r 1 un to
 row  from Victoria to this city,
a, ten minutes afti r I he hour, *
hilf past an 1 fifty mtautes arter ���
the  hour,   commencing  at  6:30 4
a. m. 4f   '<	
Sunday Service   halt-hourly be- I    j CJruerS       laken      FOl
tween S.'iO a.m   nnd 11 p.m.
British  Columbia Electrac Ry. Co., Ltd
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Have
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ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We��tminster.
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Chimney
bweepmg
I What's to   j
j Become     l       Telephone 164
j of Them? JJThomas Peters
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11 pieces striped flannelettes 30 to 34 inches in
width. Regular prices 12 1-2 and 15. Sale price 10c.
1(1 pieces of English Flannelettes in stripes,
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 anil striped Moreen.    Regular price t
Sale price 10c.
One lot English and  Canadian Ginghams in  dark and   light colors  m
striped patterns.    Regular price 15 and 20c.   Sale price 12 _-2c.
150 yards Twilled and Plain sheeting in white or unbleached 70 to 80 inches
wide.    Regular prices 35 and 40c.    Sale price, per yard 25c.
Corticelli  Filo Embroidery Skeins   on Sale.      Three
Skeins for 10c.
100 dozen of Corticelli Skein Silks in papers, Filo only.    We are clearing out
our entire stock of this make of embroidery silk.    There may be some shades ;
can use.    Try some at 3 Skeins for 10c.
SomeTemptingReductions  1'"'   ml   llu lnl ""l,iu i,!'
, '    i i,    i      ��� i    ���        per ��� nd 10c
on Laces and Embroideries
Inc Low Prices continue
on all Ready to Wear
Clothing.
_r        ADVEHTISK       ~��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE Your UCSINKSS.
Ch.naman Hurt.
Ling, a Chinese cook on the steamer
Heaver,  while returning i<> the boai
shortly  after  ti  O'clock this   morning,
fell down the market, sbp, rev. rely in-
juring his hack.      lie -wiw; taken to
a the hospital.
If you  die,  wlll your  family
f   be provided for?    S*o thoughtful   man  can  let   lhat  <__ 'stlon
remain  tinan iwered,     You owe
I   them the protection thai life assurance gives.
The   new    Reserve   Dividend
Policies of the
TheSunLife
ASSURANCE COM-
|   PANY OF CANADA
��� furnish Endowments al Life
X KuteH. The guaranteed Cash
Surrender Values and Paid-up
Values are exceptionally liberal,
In keeping with the other terms
of the policies.
See us about these new policies,
$i.J.rlARI&CO.,LTD.
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j Improved farm For Sale
BY   TENDER
Tend, ra will be received oy the undersigned up io twelve o'clock noon,
Januai s 20, 1909, for the purchase of
the whole or a portion of the farm of
the Late J, A. paterson, being jiurt of
loi 139, group 2, New West minster
district, containing 120 acres more or
less.
Tenders lo siate amount io b��.. pal'l
In cash and terms required on tli"
balance, This farm Is conveniently
situated one mile from Ladner on
Trunk road, is ul) under cultivation
and thorougaly under-drained, about
GO acres fronting on Crescent Slough,
ii haH a new two-story nine-room
dwelling, wiiii back kitchen and wood-
shed, all mod.'in conveniences, furnace heated and electric lighted, new
barn 50x90, and barn 60x80; Implement shed9, dwelling for hired men,
driving barn and other outbuildings,
The highest or any tender noi necessarily accepted.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG,
Agenl for Executrix.
Drawer 309,  \'..w \\Ystminst< r.
at 3c per yard.
On. loi of Lice, mid Flannelette - Iglng; regular prices 5c to
Sc;  now  pei  yard   ",c
At 5c per yard.
One  loi   ol   PlllOW   Lace, Torchon
I,ace,   Valenciennes    Lace, etc.,
to clear out all odd patterns in
ai.out 00 ot thesi   ...    do i     kl
In    ,! " ..   an |   , ,,',.. V ���
always  considered  the e  ski
is   !,. in-;   of the   t , si    vain,.
the .'.lock- ii ovei   hi a\ (
clear  out   this  lot   we  quot.
price which will tin,I ihoni read
purchasers, Regular pi Ice ��� $ i'
to $ 1.75; to char at . $ ;
Ladles' Coats, Skins, suits ut
half price and less, in many instances there Is no profli for lis
selling goods.
,_._,-,,.       , Some   serviceable    Dr<
the various widths ami patterns    175 Underskirts tor $1 00   QUirfc -.��� ��i Qfi
Regular prices 8c to i5c; now,   Heatherbloom and Moire *
|l"' yard  5c    Underskirts at $3.45
At 8c per yard.
Om- lot of Guipure, Oriental und
Valenciennes  insertions nnd  la
ces. Regular pric.. 12 l-2c. 15c.
and 20c; sale price per yard 8c
At 10c per yard.
One lot of Cambric Edgings, insertions, Laces of all descriptions.   Regular prices 15c to 30c
one jot of Ladies' Black Sateen
Moreen and  Cotton Taffeta  itn.
dersklrta made full In sp/,t, with
fancy plaited trill, Regular
prices $1.25 to $1.76;  sale price,
each $1.00
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at 3.45
Regular   prices    lui   to   tfi7>'
One Im  oi Ladies'  Dress Skli
of  the very  best   mat.'rials an
newest   styles.     Cloths used   a:-
Vicunas, Venetians, plain Horn'
spuns,      striped    and      check.  ,
Tweeds iu almost all colors. K��
cry skirt is lailor-mnde /ind
to the usual standard of our ������
incuts.   Regular   pric-   $7.60 I'
$12.50,      Now    5'1���'
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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