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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
\ WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME i, NUMBER 16.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C, WEDNESDAY  MORNING, JA-TOARY 20, 1909.
LONG NEGOTIATIONS
IN DEBENTURE SALE
Money Not Yet Forthcoming
Owing* to Technical Difficulties���Seek Legislation.
rue Cuy is finding II difficult to ob-
I,,,,!, the money as readily as was exerted for Uie $132,000 worth of de-
of Toronto, last fall,   li waa ex-
,n,ures     purchased    by    Mackenzie
. l( d ,,,  receive  the  money b:,   De-
,,���.,���  i,  but although  tue issue Is
llum one from the security of
';,, city, and Us standing for good ft-
1K,   the money ia not yet, available.
The fault Is  not   with Lhe  finance'
Ibmmitieo, but   ihe  solicitors  for the
j    .       concerned    have    raised    a
[, ,   . 0i--li clinical objections whli h
,. ii. ared up ai once, as the
llulj   m , d' il,  the  woi ka al-
,., .���,, ,i  out   having  to  be met
,,;������,',.nt ,, venui, and ihe In-
advahce has to be paid
oi   Montreal.      However
r .��� mn       coupons    are   lu   the
,   iirinters, and  will  be  li
Ij  a date as possible.
am,,, |   . ut clearing the position
,���, ihis matter will lie sub-
i ;li,.    provincial   executive
lorninc   and will Cvabtless soon
into   law,   making  the   |
FIVE CENTS PER COP1.
NEWSPAPER IS ISSUED
TODAY AT SAPPERTON
David     Saunders      Produces    District
Weekly   in   Eastern   Suburb���
For  Social   Reform.
Sapperton has from today u district
paper known as "Sapperton Diamonds," the publisher being David
Saunders, who formerly conducted the
"Watchman" at Vancouver, and lat< r-
ly sold out io ll. V. Parr his jobbing
business  iii Clovordale.
Mr. Saunders will give spccjal attention to the district news of the
eastern suburb and will devote his
paper io Me interests of moral and
social reform. It will be weekly, appearing on Wednesdays, lhe lirsi IgSUe
being made today, At present a
four-page paper will be issued, but
the Gordon press upon which it is
being printed enables it to be enlarged
as occasion demands.
Hi will also do a small jobbing
business, and expects to supply a
wair among the residents of the progressive suburb. The office is at the
corner of Columbia un,'. Knox streets.
LIBERAL ELECTED IN YUKON.
Dawson, Jan. 19.-In the Yukon election held
o*o*o*c*o*c-*cok>*o*c*c*c*o_*-^ ,
o
s
���
n
o
>
��>  here to-day, F. T. Congdon, Liberal, was elected over
~ Robert Lowe,  Liberal, and George Black  and Joe y
Clark, Conservatives, both parties having split.    The r2
election was hotly contested. 9
?
O*C^_^O^0*O*0O*O40*O*O4-0*O _^*0*C*C*0eO0*Oe<_*OC-O4O*O
FIFTY ACRES SOLD FOR
lifTY THOUSANU DOELARS
_.v_ -_��-���_ fER COP1.
~T~
Big    Deal   in    Suburban    Real   Estate
Closed Yesterday���Property  Is
Close   toi   Tramline.
NINETY VOICES TO BLEND IN
CANTATA"UNA" NEXT WEEK
Fine Concert Will Be Given in Queen's
Avenue   Church���Forty   Singers
Coming from Vancouver,
CANADIANS ARE PROMPT
IN SETTLING ACCOUNTS
High   Compliment    Paid    to    Business
Men  of  B.  C. by  American
Organization.
Fiflj   acres of  land  on  the electric
ira.i,line between    Bburne  and   New
I Westminster,  Imown  as   the Daniel:'.'
I
place, and a portion of in.  old Daniels'
.stale,  was  sold yesterday  en  bloc at
the rate of $1001) an acre.      This deal
is reported to fix a new standard of
pries  for  land  in  that   locality,    The
transaction   is   one   of  the   largest   to
occur in property   along   the Bburne
railway line for many months.
S- attic,
I'
er
ar.
so.
law    making  the   po   : on
in the future. The ' rok
.   ,, :. make II  clear thai  they
ui: ed  to  take    the   I on I    ai
he . otipons are signed.
tisfaction exist s in i om-
lli.      S i... 111
for  $20, I   I
uffecte :    athei
;i
. >
-,   '        prop.-rt
ihe Whob   '��� ienue ol tit   cil5.
i ipi <        ein    ,..:.,  [una ���
fo    local ii'. .....
���   " . li gal nuthorltii - wlll be
stanl   da        i
HI  w im     i sell Pit        nd
��� ���        ..tiii   find
tnder the
Inn       Thre.   of
��� ������ ii   f	
IRGLARS ENTER
STORES AT LADNER
POWER Of BIG STICK
WANES'1,,. X
Ind. r the li adershlp of T. it. Pear-
-on, the cantata    l na,"   iA.  R, Caul.
composer),   will   be given In  Queen's
avenue Methodist church on Thursdaj
of next  week    bj  a choir   of ninetj
\ oh es,   inclu ling fo ir    Boloists   from
Vancouver.   About forty trained sing-
is will come fiver from the Terminal
city io ai  ;      In the presentation, the|men-s  meeting at
. succ Iiich   :-   assuri d  b>   thi   hote'
[careful and painstaking work of > very)    SeVeral stated tnui
Ian,  11).���That     fewer  poor
aci ounts    are    contracted    and    less
money lost in British Columbia than
lethodist church on Thursday j on   ,],.,  ,.llc   0��  [tte    |<_ej   altuougb
American linns oannot collect bills i;i
Canada  unless    thej    are   registered
u  ,-,   was   the  stateni. ut   made  last
nighi bj sev. ral speaki rs at the credit
the   11 tinier-Grand
 1",.    . I I',.-
lumbia risks were in m.   . . .    -  noral
risks,  but  tu .1   ;t >'..   had   in   most inlaw . ���   io,in I    I11 ;.i   even    afei   1 ban
h u.'.ii ns,i.-in this 1.01:111.,, wn.-i.  ..,1
Lawmakers No Longer Be-1 V:"K'0,!V"\U,'!! takue T!f~-^e!!i1lectlons ">** be made underll" luw-
Wedoing  at   Ladner.
A
ptiei wedding was solemnized on
Tuesdt the residence of Mr,  and
Mrs. \\ j Frederick, when their second daughter, Florence Isabelle, be-
canii the bride of Frederick homas
. I- i,;ir, Rev. E. R. Bartlett, of All
Saints   church,   1 erformlng  the   c<   ���
COAL MINERS IN 6. C.
EXPECTED TO STRIKE
Expiration of Agreement in
March May Result in Labor Troubles.
Winnipeg, Jan, i'J.���There i- likely
to be ii general strike of all the eoa!
miners of British Columbia and Southern Alberta, beginning April 1, Tbi-
wi'l affoct some 0000 nun, aud ma;,
..,', all local sources of steam, cok-
and domestic coal with the posst
. \e ������)'Ion of gome of the !ijrni->
Shortage of coke supply ir.-
the intuitu districts woud necessitate
the closing down of many plants an
ivould throw   15,000  men out of em
in
mine.
plo\ in,-mi.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Th" reason for anticipating a strike
'"��� 'he    expiration    of   the    two-yeai
agi-eemem   signed   by  the miners ol
1907,   which will    expire  on
The men refuse to con-
longer under the terms of thai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lcreom. ni  |,;in,i ;,.,v��� nsli,,(] ��� I ���
mony.  The bride was  given away  by of   Increased
May   6
.March
iinui
- : ��� -r:
VIKII   -..1.1!.
������ ���. ��� ���! . innoc-i I with the undevtak-
im. VA ii1 am i licks, one of tie ��� ���
bass .- doisi il V nc nivi r and Miss
Lees,  a   tulente !   contra!;,,.  also   I "in
,. .       T ling solos,  while the  Mackness quar
lieve White JttOUSe rrom-ltette    will    assist,    Herbert Mack-ess
ises on Jap Legislation.     > i:,siiiin;
assist,
u the organ,
'ne discussion was brought up ai
ii ��������� suit of the decision ol the Bi li b
Columbia courts   that    C. H. Lillj  ,v
1 Night Raiders Ignore
Soods in Search for Ready
pl��.m<:    Slight Clue.
-: " au ��� ni .. Cai. Jan, i i    Alth uig]|
li    ��� .i      agitators In
., un :  blustering to
day, vowing io let ia,   'nig stick" stop]
In   th ir  efforts   to  frame laws
"  thi   little     rown   men,  il   Is
conci ded    that     President
Roosi velt's   warning ������ .��� -: im  to Gov
lillet      ���   terda*,   has    had   the same
. hilling  ��� lie,.  on  the  belligerencj   ol
California law  makers   hat  a similar
to, ssage ii.i.l two yi a     agi
I    will   ,. i .     ,:...!       .    ' ' '  "U
:,. Rooseveli'n '"!��� gram ' sal 1 Re iii
sentallve John on toda "1 have nO
���    of  tins 'big  - li rwo  years
ago  we  had  a  sbnil ti    eli gram and.
bei ause of promises made l��_  I he pres-
Idi in wo quii oui ��� ht, V.11 those
. limb ������ have be. n i ik. n Nothing
.     be. ;, ���! ne to h       us or to   emedy
���'���i evils which we km ������ ��� xb i. and
��� ia
in-.'
Hope  Abandoned.
London,   Jan.   15.���The    N     ���  git h
steamei   Stickl. 3tad, Loudon  fo    S ������'������  '.
Iie\ .  N.  P..  has  be. II  given  up
acted as best man. The �� oom's gift
to lit, bride was a gold watch and
(luiin, to th. iridesmaid a t och si t
with pearls and to l he gi oomsman ;i
gold stickpin. The wedding repasi was
served in the dining room, which bad
been pi ettiry d corated for the occa-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       sum with ivv and flowers Mr. ,��� nd Mrs.
Co-  "'   Seattle.  "'ll!  no     -;l1       "    "   Vrthur are al   present   spending  their
| use   the    Canadian    courts  to  colled   honovmoon !n th��� K, ,
: $12,000  bil]  contracted    by  a   British '
' ���,���,,.i.����. INSPECTOR SWORD BACH
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ wafres   wnich   th.. com-
h'1   fathor, and ivas  sii] t, I  h,   her panles involved feel that they cannot
slsti     Mi-.; iiiac   Frederick, and Gov-  |)aj   under   existing   contract Men
don  Frederick,  brother  of  the  bride, I are standing pat, and  though no for-
'
Setll. ,    ���
nun,.
mill notifications have yet be i
a     di ic. . .��� t    und. r the   Industrla
Disputi     In -ation act, thi   ���
present   no    h. ipe    of
i-ight
The
dailj
The Crow
I' i   .Miiln
can Coal coi ipan*.    Frank tit,
 al Coke    & coal    company, Cob
n,.ni. Aha.:   West,  n  , ianada  i'
involved  have  a   ,
otitpui   of  10,000 ten- an I
Nesi  Pass Coi I com on-.
Canadian- \
��� PLATINUM VEINS        BIG LAND FRAUDS
LOCATED NEAR HOPE      EXPOSED IN WEST
Valuable     Discovery     i n! Secretary Garfield Finds Pec-
League Group of Claims - I    _fctions of $110,000,000 in
Promises Startling Developments.
Public Domains.
l-lli    an i   Believu ���;   Pacific  C    i
FROM TRIP Tfl f.4PITA!   "   "  aaa    j milcres- ��**��
I.IUIYI   Nlir   IU  UHnirtL Hillcrest;   B.-eckenrldge Coal  fi   Cok,
  companj     Lundbreck;    Gait      ���,
Discussed  Regulations to  Ge  Enforced : ' '"'''ridu.-     Tabor   mines,   Tabo
During Coming Season With j Ml'N'' '"  ' "' ' '"'"I'uny. Canmor
Authorit.es. I"'"'""' sma'^ Properties.
y l nui it"- ciii'; t... rely an\
ui   prtnuii in    th    w.iitoi
ui Hi     man ^'oll can    aj ���'
���
,iai
'in going .
It.
;,;::";;:;r":;;;",:;::,:!Bit cash bail secures
IREEIIOM FOR WOMAN RED
II    .!.   liatetier-on's   general
v.,nil'.-   general store
id ii. ii   Meiiri.l.'s salo m
,. in .mn   being  . nt. red.      in
���:..-  . i   ii iill   was ".    ���' t
no nchi. \ �� us taken, i he conton
eeu    : einoi ed    earlier In the
\o goods, ,-i.s far as could
n d  yesterday, Were taken
., ,     "i   ill.    places   .'111,���red.
or lhleve.1 being apparently
t  money.
tore was entered bj brpait-
��� u pane.     As the aperture
it is Burmlsed i hal one of the
, Ith- r a boy or small man.
��� ���  ti.it' ui,    aloon, Indications are
... ne n were concerned In the
..a ,Hoi i being made to force the
of   ti  nn i room, luck plus taken
. a wagon    ,.ii the    wharf being
I ,n ih.   attempt.     The door was
i)   a   Yale   loch, and   was   so
tti it   an   able-bodied   man   could
have   mashed it open bj  hurling
elf agalnsl   it.
"rn ail appearances, the burglaries
the   Work Of  crude   amateurs,  the
���  parties being probably uadner
dents,  as  no  strangers  "nave  been
leed   in   the   district   for   the  past
laya,    or since  the    boats have
���<l running down river.
rovinclal    Constable    .Ionian    and
'nlclp&l   Constable   Haadtord   are
ing everj    effort    to capture lhe
|rmrs, but tho clues in thflr 00-8*8-
'*��� are slight, consisting mainly of
remain-   of   a    midnight lunch
PPped in a copy of Monday's Dally
"  ��� and left behind on the doorstep
McBrtde*. saloon.
  Washington,  Jan.   19    Si    iling In-
William   M.   Williams,  one  ol    tne | formation  of astounding frauds  upon
pioneer  gold   seekers  of  British  Co- tt,.   public  lands   has  com.   Into  the
lumbin, claims to have discovered It ��� esslon    ol      Secretarj      Garfield
velns of  utetlnum me and gold-hear- through special                  The i   i
,    ,,,..., ,,,,,,. .,, his t"111 I   niade thai ap  roxlmatel)  ?110,
ing fissure veins ot quart, rock in hi th of lands ln 8tates prim
I"    ;""    Teague    :;;;;";'  ��Q\  ���,.,.   ,,-    ,      ���.,.���  Mississippi river
.  havi   been ai quired fraudulently wlth-
,level,   ped,     Will :
  In the'lasl two years by co       .
startle ih- world. Tbe mineral claims I        .^.^
which   were  discover! I    U     Captain        s,rii,;;in. Qarfteld
���i, ,   ,.     ���,,!      twentj   Ignt
<ni  at   Vale .'..id ^^^^^^^^^^^ .,.,,������,
the  held  service, show mu ovi r J_,00U
Williams, are situate,! mi
propei ty
claims   ~"''-r
Hop .  which
hirtj
v, hi a
San     Francis o,     fi n     19    Emma
Goldman, the widely  known aaarchlsi |
I'll    w
' William
j years unv. rniuent ag'
| his partner hiui.ui,.-, ...~ _��� __
Ladner creek, aboui a mile upstream{' s Intt
' from th,   Hope-NIi ola trail.
The geologh al  t irmailon of
claims is of the paleozoic P< rlod, and
al-..    Biibmlts ;i
statement of H, ll. Schwartz  chief ol
the*
who  wiis  wrested   here several days|tne   ,,oc-,   deiiosli Is of carboniferous
.,,,, ,n elghi count- of conspiring toUlate, of which there U said to be-onlj
Incite  riot,  wa- released  from prison gome elghi  miles ol surface  rock  In
tonighi  on  tjjoiin cash bail, furnished I British Columbia.
| by Attorney  E, E, Kirk, of this clty.i    Of their discovery
the locators r<
uses of alleged land frauds
demanding fin th i Invest . ation. Of
-ucli    cases     awaiting    Invi stigatlon
11  are, in i iregon, 1162; California
ami Nevada ] *��*-��; Washington and
North Idaho. 1326; Montana, 3605;
Colorado, m,l'1 ; Arizona, 196; Wyo
tn.ic 21,165; Utah, 1182; and New
Mexico,  i_09
r. r,. Sword, Dominion inspectoi ol
tt ii i les ha ju-t i.'iurii. .1 trom Ol
taw a. wh. he spi in some time In
, "in, leu.-, w Ith the i lepai tin.ait of
Marine .'ind Flshi 11, s w ith . ��� ference
to the flsiiei lea ol i bis proi Inc . and
: he n ula ti o be < nfoi ced durlhg
the . oming ��������� ason, which Is ol -; eclal
Imp n lam e as ll ts the greai salmon
run In tli" river,
Mr. s-.vord had noi hittg sp,. lai io
tali sajIng t'i u lie had slmpl) made
iUge.stlou. to the deputj MlnUU r ol
.Marine nhom amendments he hoped
to see ���' '-��� I befoi e the ������, enli
lh. fishing Beason, what line thej
would mi,, he . oui: noi -13. the government giving the Inspector no idea
if the Intentions of the department.
The progress of th.   action uf Nortu
\s   Kendall had  b. "ii watched In the
courts with greai  Interest  In Ottawa,
as   del. rniiuin.     .11   Impoi  ..it'   . oust'.
I nl ioiial   IhSUI
H
1
Kirk  -aid  thai   th<   monej   hud  beea port:
iirbscrlbed     by     uyinpathizei.     and
friends of Miss Goldmaa
Kiri, Is prepan d also to furnish ball
for Benjamin Reitman, Miss Goldman - advance agent, who was ar��
���e-i,.d  wiih her.
������The vein i- tt true fissure toui  f- 1
In width   with a strike 10 the south
,u,j  northwest, and a dip of 60
..,,,���11   and   can  be dlBtlnctl)
.  out   tn   the  surface a
east
degrei
eteeo  1  1
veins
distance of -""  ''"''   wnen  tn���
,n   b0)n  ,���,!- Q( the strike are  lost  to
'viw   in i'"' stream, to which it run-
WORSE THAN   IN  B. Clrougbly   parallel.      Tbe  two walls of
  Uke fissure are perfect.    Th.-foot wall
hand yestoi-dayiis of situ-, and the hanging wall is
with above twelve Inches ol
,0,-phyry lyl-g between the vein mat-
couditiohs seem like alter and'ihe end of the slate formation.
_',���.], seems (0 demonstrate the ,per-
m���nency of the hltrii-gnade gold and
^, ver ores. As-ays of tho gold from
th,.-, fissure have given 11 value of $20
,. ihe ounce."
COLD  SNAP  IN  ENGLAND
Kniilish   latipers   10       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
contain accounts of cold spells ln _he|iringed
old  country  which  make  the    recent
weath
Severe Bliizards in Dakota*.
Paul, Minn.,'  Jan.    19���With n
'.-���rd  raging In  the  Dakotafi,    the
���'id-, are again experiencing dlffi-
ll'v m operating their trains.     The
^ni Is particularly severe In South
i��ota,
ioeal    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
bask In the torrid zone by comparison, in a report of an outbreak of
lb, la South End, near London, the
Daily Mitiil casually mentions that the
fir.- was permitted to burn Itself out,
us me water froze in ...., hose while
the tire brigade was -playing on the
tlumlng building. Mention Is also
made of the disorganization of rail-
w,a\ traffic all over England, one tf-1-
tiiking forty-three hours to complete
a journey ordinarily covered In threi
UMOUKAIAMI THINKS
SHE WHL 8E FAVORED
SNOW SLIDE ENDANHERS
LIVES OF THREE M1NEHS
Washington Jau, 19. Lydla Kar_c-
..ui.i Lllloukallnl, former Quen ol the
Hawaiian islands, who Is tore making an appeal to congresi ror nom-
pensation for the .rown lands, which
-he lost when toe Islands were -m-
nexied to tin United States, said yat-
terdiiy In an Interview with the .\*so
eiated Presa thai she believes ��on-
gress will make gome reparfttl-B for
her great financial W-s.
She says Bhe is now reconcllal  to
the change of government In Haatali,
Co-operation a Success.
Ottawa, Jan. 19.���About a year ofi��
the members of the government work,
nun's association instituted a co-operative purchasing scheme and made .arrangements with a company for 1000
and a half hours.     it. pot ts from all ____________________v
over the country Indicate that frigid   tons of coal  on   which  the   members
conditions  prevailed everywhere. ! saved |1 a ton.     Later they PUt-baMd
' butter and .saved $205. Altogether
by their co-operation plan they saved
about $lfi00 and have made arrangements to extend their operations.
MORAL WAVE  REACHES
BLACK  HILLS COUNTRY.
D.adwood,  S. D.. Jan.    1-.-  Sheriff
Plunkett ami his deputies dosed tho
tw.nl y-th ree  saloons of Dead wood at
11 o'clock   tonight,     Slot   machine"
have been removed, and the author!-      ..__... .        . ���,
. - ,__,���# .rambling  in tho  UUt    twenty-four    hours,  and
decLare that no form ol    am ^o    ���_���..
will  bo allowed.
Russian Cholera Spreading.
St,  Petersburg,  Jan.  19.���-Fifty-nine
cases  of  cholera have  been  reported
iwenty**ine deaths.
JAPANESE   FATTENED   FISH
ON   NANAIMO SEWERAGE.
Naadmo, Jan. 19 -Medical Health
Officer Dr, Drysdale ha- ordered destroyed a large number Of llsh uuflt
for consumption Which Japanese llf.li-
ermen had been fattening on sewerage
running Into the Inlet. The fish were
being kept ln crates sunk In tho inlet.
Watigoard . Total Wreck.
Buenos Ayres, Jan. 19���The German steamer Wanguurd, from Seattle
and Tacoma which went ashore at
Punt.tv Mogates, Is a total wreck.
There are about -000 tone of cargo
apparently In good condition, and sal.
vagc arrangement' are being made.
Nelson 11 c. Jan. in
at tne Kooienaj Bell mine. Sheep
oreek, >���<��� cidii\ afternoon, cam near
causing the death of thre ��� men, .lack
Moi'ii, fori man ind Jeff St.. I and
bamiiel Btrangman While at work
timbering un open cut to prevent lhe
slides from entering the mine, a slid..
cam. down lie hill and carried inc
men uiiii 1 Mo...1 and Steel managed
io ui 1 mn with sllghl injury but
Strongman �� 1- dropped over a bluff
somie Dftj feet deep and wedged in
an open cut. He was quioklj got out
ami un- found i<> h<  badlj bruised,
lie was hiongbt Into Ytuir wberr.
he Is resting easily at ihe Ymir hos-
i��jiiii iiini 11 Is expected thai he will
be an.und shortly. Tha Injured ih.iu
had only been al work Gar four days.
YOUNG AUSTRALIANS
HAVE RADICAL IDEAS
Advocate Owning and Con-
trolling Commonwealth---
Work for White Australia
I 'Ion, Jau   19     \. cording to  \ 1
trallan n. w-,.a ,. ,s the nations   .
mltie   of 1I1.   v.. ing Australian part.
,,;|    Ini... .....;.. 1 s en,   radical p . ik
in lis advani   d platf irm, anii n    ��   I :.
are the follow tn-j;
1     A118I rallan citizens to o\. n.
and control   h   commonweahh,
2,   Tb    : .    mal  government to
quire the 1 i^.:\i to make tn ;ol> -  witl
.ui..    now. r   atid   appoini     , ��� it
��� i   . to anj count rj.
.:.    An Au-iiiiilaii  liiiilt  and  1:1 ,'
' a, 11     |n   ibsolut   , "ti roi of thi
I monwi alth, and thi   eons queni
Ition  ol   thi   naval    ubsldy to  G
1 Britain
j    1    1..- Blation 1 ie oh deDntng  \ -
\ snowsllde trallan citizenship, with the obj cl   ���
preserving  a   "Whit,   Australia,"   and
-af. guarding ll ������ British race.
6.   onl..   Australian citizens   -..   !���
i tine,1 to own lands or mini 1
1;     \i��� iiuoq  of   Hi  titular dl
ilot-s.
BIG   BEAR   RUNS   OFF
WITH  PET   KANGA��_0.
T_coma, Jan  19.���"PickJ.*," a pel
kansefOO, a present from I��rd Farn-
hatn, .��r Melbountt, to K, J. Howes, of
Tacoma, and by him placed In Regents
park, was last night abducted by a big
bear, With "lie sweep of his prtiw
the lx_r made a large hole In the
netting, and "Pickles" was at hli
metcy. There is no sign of a struggle, the bear evidently killing the kangaroo with one blow of lis jkiiw and
then dragging it off.
VANCOUVER HORSE SHOW
WILL LAST FOUR DAYS
Tjo second annual exhibition ol th<
Viiuctuiver   Horse   Show   association
will be held on April Sl, 22. 21! and 24
Tli.- executive conllnitteeol the B
soclHiion bus drafted 11 program for
the 'our (-ays' show, und entries are
now being received,
The show this year will be held In
the ww bone show building which is
being erected at the corner of Gilford
and <!eorgla -trots. Seventy-five men
are engaged In the construction of the
ne-   building.
Seven   Burn to  Death.
Johnstown, Pa., Jan. 19.���Seven
foreigners, who are said to have been
stupefied from liquor, aecured at a
w.ddlng celebration, were burned to
death In a fire which destroyed one
of the houses at Goodtown today.
When one of the men arose this morning to light the fire, he used oil. An
explosion ami  fire  followed.
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TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1909.
VANCOUVER LIBERALS TO
BANQUET   NEXT   WEEK.
BRAHMINS TO TURN OLD
DAIRY INTO TEMPLE
Vancouver   Liberals    are    to    meet
around the .banquet hoard at the big
,.,,,,,. ���   ,     ���,, _   Scheme  to   Purchase  Building  Backed
Liberal rally    being    arranged  under -
the auspices of the Young Liberal as-
TRADE
sociatlon, 10 be held in the O'Brien
hall, Wednesday of next week. Dinner will be served at 6:15 and will
be followed by a splendid musical
program ami thoroughly representative toasi   list.
by Delhi Bank���Hindus Will
Pay Cash for the
Premises.
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j Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
1 For Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc.
a.><..l'-.".,"-0'..""".J'..' '.."-.>'.-���'._'-    ".."    -    *    -"-��"..��'..,,.0 '.-I'...",,*'..'
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WANTED - Janitor for Westslde
���school; salary $Ga monthly, Alao
assistant janitor for Central school,
this city; salary $00 monthly. Applications received till noon of the
23rd ins t.     R, Lennie, secretary.
EASTERN capital ready to Investigate legitimate investments���lands,
timber or mines���.in British Columbia,   Address In first Instance,wltn
full particulars. "Capital," cure of
Noble & Co., Molson's Bunk build-
Ing, Vancouver,
Victoria, Jan. 19,���Devout Brahmins
ar,- firm iii iheir belief uiat the cow
i sacred animal. A syndicate of
Hindus has approached the Victoria
Creamery company with .'-in offer to
buj its abandoned premises on tbe
Cany road for use as a temple. Tne
building litis been abandoned since the
company moved its plant into the city.
following its dispute with the Saiiuich
council over the disposal of waste
products.
The local East Indians have ex-
pressed Indignation that a building
formmly devoted to the dispo.-al of
the products of the cow -should be
treated with disrespect, and purpose
making it ,a holy place. Financed by
;i Delhi bank, they mo prepared to
pay cash for it, and the surrounding
grciund.
WANTED���Position by experienced
lady stenographer. Accustomed to
law work.    Apply A. B��� this office.
LOST���Scotch pebble brooch. Finder
pleas,, return to Daily News office,
bOUND -Purse containing sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Apply
David Saunders, comer of. Columbia
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
Notice.
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrle, of
New- Westminster, B. C, occupation,
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Westminister:
Commenniag at a post planted at
thence e$$t to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 097, thence southerly, wester!"
und norherly to point of commence-'
ment, containing 100 acres more or
less.
DANIEL JOHN McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN F, BAGGS,
Agent
Dated December 19th, 1908.
V
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
We are still giving these grand
bargains. As you
will notice below
these prices, for the
quality of goods
shown, are something out of the ordinary and this is a
chance for every
good housewife to
grasp. Nothing
pays like cash buying.
B__
fi* CENTS
A BAR
The best Laundry  >oap
Sunlight soap
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Chest Protectors!
AT ALL PRICES
���  the  construction  of the 6aM
ind in conn, cl Ion  therewith m
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
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WANTED���Nursemaid from 1 to 6
Apply Mrs. John Brydges, coiner
Carnarvon and Elliott streets.'
TO RENT- One large furnished bedroom, near library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply -ST Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to G p.m. Mrs, Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue,
10 RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alex. Speck.
VBSTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management.
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds ot help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street wont. Phone A '.T'.O. Vancou-
re?, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and  systeml-
ing,  Giiinn   & Fairley, Phone  4117.
18  Flack block. Vancouver, B. C.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land .
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Sent J)n Approval
To R.BSPONS-B-B Pi'Ott.ic   "
Laug'Hlin
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full 11 Kt. S.-.M i.o. .
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in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non breakable Transpai ���
ent, ns desired, til
plain or engraved r
as preferred.
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if .,.., ,tol,���llludilaa��� |.,c���-.,.< t
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point, pnllihad vol >i     ' i  - ��� ��� I
DOM,   le.rft r..lt��   1 ���   in,     h-.ail |
artrywl���ra  for % A., nt.
wanioq,   Wri.e for -nn_   VTrlli
now " Lit >yu fur:. I. '    1_ Ir  ���.
I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
---     Ma'aitic Bldg..
Dalrofl. Mi.'k
Save 20"f
CIMlt
this month
it;   Buying for Cash.
An. ���'.iii,.:  j ou  .   [uln   In  Cr i
Gla s',i ar
GROCERY   SPECIALS
I   I  matoi    (lari       2 fo
a .      Peas  ......
Cantn l Corn  .....  10c
I Salmi
Salmoi ...      ���. 25c
Adams __ Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryware.
COLUMBIA  STREET
Granulated Sug ir i ir $.'>.7i
lbs   Granulati ,1  Si -��� i    for SJl.li
.'.:   Gratl    Flo ir is one of th
pastry ti, l the market and U ;
t at $1.-5 pe   sai
Tea    .   ��1.00,
vli   ���    Chili Sauce      i bcttles  for
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, Porter's     ::   .    ma I,     Sala
...
Calil    ��� ;    H  '      Brand  >''���  ��� i   Rel
:
i       " the ' est Sliced i .ne-
apple
I'i itlnc    . i  DH   klni   I  io    late, HO*:
pei   :
Raisins foi   -;"
.   ..;.',,,���,I      ... 25c
: lbs S ig    '    25c.
1 lb    Poultry l' iod f ir 25c
3 pkg.s   ran Starch for '-5c.
Laundry Starch for 25c.
ittle Mushroom Catsup, 25c.
7  pkgs. Force for 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 25c per tin.
S bars No. 1 Laundry Soap for 25c.
- bar- Bne Toilet Soap for 25c.
Bn    ",     I    B itter for $1.00.
.���!,.. of pickles for ."'.'c.
". botth   of Worcoater Sauc- for 'iac.
ins of Fr sh Herring for -~>c.
'��� tin of Canned Rabbit for 25c.
.'   Ite  3ta    Brand Baking Powder,
20c per tin.
Blu.   Ribbon Bran l  B ikln    P -.viler,
;
. .   Baking   c   ��� i-  ,  20c
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Afanufacf-reri and Dealers tn AU Kinds ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc,
jFish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
"WATEB  GLAUSES   COMta
ACT, 1897, ANB AMENDING ACTS,"
r������ i
Vancouver Power
Company, Limits
NOTICE is hereby  given thai tWo
weeks after date application wm t,
made to the Lieutenant-Governor i
Council   by    tho    Vancouver   Power
Corn-iany, Limited, lor a further (jer.
  j tidcate of Approval ot its further ua,
   . .     -     -""" j dertaklng in the matter of the  coa.
��� ���^������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**#*;! BtruoUon o�� a dflm at the outlet ot Co!
A J  qultlam  Lake In the District nf, ly..-
I Westminster.
The works Intended to lie undertaj,,
en   li
dam
ii...'  following
The  .lection of  a hydraulic i>dt%
lill'd dam about 650 feet   m   h-tiorj
with a crest width    I' a1 .0 t,.ftMj
:i t hlckness al thi . ise of about m
feet at the .upper end of the main up.
per channel; the dam to be ot a -i^.
clent height to raise thi waterlevelol
Coquitlam lake bj about 60 feet- i
spillway channel to be mail_>al��o*itljO
feet wide, 12 feel deep to i
surplus  water.
And ;ill sucli Us-cessary and incldea.
Uil works  that maj   be necesBa
fully  aud  effectu.i,l..   carry out   un'
���omplete the aforesaid farther under.
ai.iug.
It is intended to in ual n 21-inch cou-
crete  pipe  ext n ling   li  in    tbe  up. I
j stream  toe of  th.    1 m   .;. into t���
lake .... a dU tauce      be | upon]
' with   tii"   City   of   New  Wi  tixtin I
! ;ind to ereci a tower for thi
;,i    h    ��� io of tl ���
from this to    to cai r;
Irou  pipe sin rounded v
.... trench underni u . i_ ���. |
i ,,,nn.ction with ��� pipe
' Sow   Westminster
irea  \\lib h   ' Ul
the t ai Ing of the  ��� al
ai res, of \> hich  the
' woul 1 not   ��� \e..,',i  .?' ,t     in  Ft
the   it, , roxlmate
quan Ity  of   timb .     n 1*1
area     ould not exi     t I
per acre,
ll   i -   | ropos   i   thai   I;.     ��� iv"r K I
;.      ��� Ut  recorded     by     tile    ���
from Luke Coquitlam an 11
Runt-en be utilized to    pen
power required  to operati
mrther undertaking ol  -1"
and also  under  the  said
waters so to be coi
���   it-ion of the aforesal I fun
'in | be utilize     i   ��� ���
��� :   and   thi    (... i> Ing
un lei takings    if  the Corn-
hereto approvi i *    '
. ;'   "��� pproval ol the !-;-
or in Council, i ���: I
of A,... . iva| of v.... .; ���
given do so prOvi li
estimated co ���
Ing is a,out $200,000
Tlie Power Coin: in
subscribed   before   It   comi
constructions of the said I
dertaklng and works or exerclsen
j of the powers In that hi hall   ���
by the Water Clause's    Con
Act  ls'.'T Pan IV. one -boa and
share- of one dollar ($1.00) ���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephoner"12. New Westminster
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Accounts of Organizations
_
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A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leal
Label)
Is gaining In f����or evrry day.    Our output last year ��_*. double tbe
preceding one.    The most healthful snd nutritious of beveragea.
THE COWAN CO.
TORONTO
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Public Supply
Stores
-
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Church Societies,  Kraternal Organization*,   Clubs,   Trad.    '    Ion
and Business Associations will Und   ll   convenient   and   de Ira le   to
have surplus funds ln a Savings  Account,       .- .     fo  Lhe i int ol of
.   or mon   offli   is,
We maki  a specialty of this class of bu   t
CONSULT  WITH   US TODAY   and   we  will   te   pleased
full details explaining our system.
'iv.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
F,   B. LYLE,  Manager.
��
c*o*c*o*c*c*co��c*c*c*c*o*o o*_*o*c*c*c*oc*o*ok��c*c^
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne.   R. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      M
MrQiiarraP^ro *���1 AN" FKKn MM|,,|IAX:-
r'RONT STREET
the further amount of capital
!__
Westminster.
Telephone 3-3.
A little Good Coal
makes a big, hot fir.- when B lot
of poor coal sends out ro heat
at all. It Is economical to bu>
our  coal, because     it   is     Clean
goes farthest, makes most neat,
leaves very little ash and eosi
no more per ton than poorer
grades. We deliver it. to any
part of the city. Pull Weight
always.    Telephone  your order
to lis.
GILLEY
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS,
Builders of Ktisl �� Furniture,
Mant'.('.. $tCi
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. 4nd C.r Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
ed   to fully com;,!-;,   the     >'I '""^l
taking will be provld< bj a loanoftw
hundred and ninety-nine thousand W
lars ($199,000)  to be   made   ny tl
liritish    Columbia    Electric   '.:������'���"' T
Company, Limited, to thi P
pany to be secured by Mo
ot ilic Power  Company  in
01   decimal currency carryli
or by such other torn, of I
may i ������ agreed upon I ��� ~< " ,,*f k
parties.
,    The time within ��������� hb
j ther capital of one thi ,
I ($1,0IMI)    is   tO   1"'   BUb I '  " '1
I
months from the dati
j certificate or approvi   of thi  i
! Ing and works.
The   -aid   und.:''
are to be commenced ;"   ' ���
.ation of three month
of obtaining b certificate
to the s.'inu- and tli
be in operation within two
date of commencement of i
Aud upon Bueh application _������
usual and necessar)   i" "<'
and effectually carry   out
proposed further underta ���       '" .
applied  for. , ,,
Dated at  the City of Van"
the Province of liritish C<
24th day of December,  \
VANCOtTVER   POWER
LTD.
It, ll. Sperling, General $****
Japanese EmploymentM��\
~~CONTRACTOKS
and   TRANSLATORS
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umDi��w
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iMPAl'-l
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenu:  and  Blackle Street.
Male  and  Female  Help
Furnished
McNL.-'--y
B.  C
COLUMBIA    ana
NEW   WESTM1NS   :
Whone  431-
(--, ,>,ni.-*'y
p. o. 6��"
a>\ PAO- THREE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
paternal Societies
0   0   F ���AMITY  LODOE,  NO. 27.���
uuiar meetings of this lodge
j in Oddfellews" hail   Colum-
M,"it��y   evening
Tbe :
_re b  ^^^^^^
.  street, every
q'      V     0_|OC���.
TENDERS. Aylsworth to Retir-
  Toronto, Jan.  __.���K  is Stated  in a
Tenders adresaed io the undersigned  special  to the Ev, ni_s Ne''*  -h��-i   a
at Ottawa, and marked on  the enve-   rumor in  Newmarket   says that Hon.
-;, r of Justice.
\   H.
0   u   w.���FRASER  LOCGE No. S
"..Meetings the first and third Tues-
in     each     month.        Visiting
tire'hren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd-
i( laws'   block, Clarkson  street.
-  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  l.O.F.
'.-Meets  the Fourth  Friday  in  the
al   8  o'clock,   in   ;be  .mall
iddfellows' block.
NOTICE.
PJEROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
I at  8 o'clock  p.  m.,  ic  Oddfellows'
lop.  "Tenders for supplies, British Coi-   ���,' - ^<*W-rth, M]���
will ret      from th<  ..���->��� mment at -i-
umbia,"   will   be   received   up   to  uoou niv-dtion
* tawa  to .-.��� .   . .  .,-.      iportant  pofemou
of the in the gin government    to the
r..tMi,.ri Day of January, 1909,       event of his retirement, 11  Is -KM that
for supplying the ship chandlery, gro-  ~, c, K I netu   K C_ oi Toronto, will
ceries aud piovitions required for theIbe  the  Libera',    candidate   in  North
Canadian Government steamers in the] York
British   Columbia  Agency, during   the
season of 1909, and also for supplying
the stores required for th< lighthouses
in   that   Agency,  cons.sting of    soap,
brushes,   brooms,   paints,   dry   goods,
etc.
The  supplies  furnished  must be  of ^^^^^^^^^     ^^^^^��.
a good quality and must be delivered j Re-lstr3   otn��      '    -'   ���'**>   ol   NeW
riti?h    Columbia,   the
prepared by the Agent of the Depart- plan and book ol eferenoe of Its
ment of Marine and Fisheries at Vic- Westmlnster-Chilllwack Rallwaj from
toria.   B.   C.   from   whom    specifica-j t|M  t0_���  Q,   , [0_  ,0 ,ho Clty
The Edison Theatre
Corn,    ;, , ... a  an<J   Ejfihth.
High Cl e   Pictures
tented S -ram change. Mon
day. We ..-.,-. Friday.
Spec .. for    Indies    and
Children Ss .,   a-ternooa at 2:_0
Bonus Civil  Servants.
c.
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-ATERNAL   OR-ER   OF   EAGLES.
No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
I  8  p.  n_,  in  ;he Eagles'
,_!!,   Columbia   street,    a.   Clark,  m  accordance with  the  specification j Westminster,    B
\V   Pres.;  H, Schofield, Secretary.
NOTICE  is h< fen   that  the
Vancouver  Powi      ompany,  Ltalted,
��� lias   this  daj ;  tn  the    l_and
Iba.l, <-
olumbia street.
_jNo OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT AS
[SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third  Tuesday  of every  month  in
i]<  of P. ball.   Clnef W, Suthei L
tlons mav  be obtained.    All  supplies! ____
, ,,                     ,                  . "u       v of  Chilliwack,   passing    ibroii-h  tin
dellven.-d must   be  approved   by    the
Agent of the Department and the Of- mmiiclpalftii i of S  mas   and  Chilli-
licers  of   the   Government   steamers, wack   and   the  town   of   Huntingdon
otherwise they will not be accepted, and the cltj ol Chilliwack, being sec-
The Department  reserves the  right
I t'ons four i-i) and live i.'i of the sa...
to accept the whole or any pari of n: r.lilv,.,v  as   ���>,..������.������.   ,,..   .,,..  ..,,,,   plttn
lender. , , .  .
and  approved i hlef < ommls-
l.aeh  tend, r must be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered   B,oner of Landa   ,nd  XN,);k*   ���'"''   ,!u'
Visiting brethren will   Canadian Bank  for the Bum  of S300  Province of British   Columhla.
'which amount win bo forfeited If the      Date.!   this    12th   'ay   of  January,
successful tenderer declines to deliver  1909.
hi     ipplies al the tender prices. A, B, BECK,
 ,____       Papers copj-lng this    advertisemeni   Solicitor  for Van ���       r  Power Com-
t of- Columbia   LODGE   Nc    -.vithoui authoritv  front    the    Depart pany, Limited
ft, SONS  OF  ENGLAND    BS.- ��� g
| ���:    ,  Degree mout.9 Second i nd
' ���  ,.,, -n  ..lay of each month
K. of
|0   0   p.���Royal  City   Loage.   No.  3
Meets   In   oddfellows'  Hall,   Col
Street, every Friday evening
��� .    lock ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
welcome.    G. E. Gilley,
; C, E. Osborne, P. U , recoi l-
i ��� .iry.
it
��� r.hTlsK   ^^^^^
IN ���
HE       .'   4   i   _   Y        NEWS
ir 1 , -. a Situation
Otta ���        a i.    19,   Th.-   parliamen-
������
sirm for a
-     to  ohi!     >,
classes     The. amount    is  to  be   the
to those who rece ve $1     a year
as ��� ...��  i
Subscribe for The Ilaily Nnws.
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HARDMAN & CO.
FOR   XHiR
HEATING    STOVES
Good assortment, just arrived
Tender for Supplies
Sealed tenders a__*r_  ed to the un
.. .-,t Now  W.     B  v
and endorsed on the envelope      Ton
.    Su], lies   w 11]       ���"��� elved up
���;,     ...        ti   ,; [rtleth day
of January, 1909,   for    supplying the
chandlery, groci     .-   ,���.-..-    . coni
. lumber, required tor the u*e
ih<   l> , artmettl of Public W��*__ at
tmlnster, R C, until March
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HARDMAN    &    CO.
A. Hardn>^n     A. James     J.  McCiughau
TRUST    BLOCK,   TRONT   STREET
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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I     ���     \\ l ite Rose Degree, J-'yurlh
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lnes   ^^^
aud place.
1ER
The lowest  or any ten ler tl l  nec-
ily accepted.
ti.  J,   DESBARATS,
\ ting Deputy Minister
and Fi I i
! ��i     ��� ">.. tr   of  Marine and   Fish.
. ittawa, 9th Deceml cr. 1908.
Plumbi
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FRATERNAL     SOCIETIfcS.
' |.   the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
.:,! A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
\   F. and  A.  M.t   I.   0.  L.,
. L. 0. L., No, 159U; Ci
���;. No.  li'.vt, 1. 0, F '  C. 0 '
... V\ ���  tan ister,   No.
��� rhood of <.>*>:;, Nasi  No. ���9
d OF trade,   N^'  Westml .
[ If*- s ii.       i   Eight Trams Every Dav in thr  Ve.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO bEND YOU OVEP
Who's Got It ? ii
COUPON'
Won   t.
NO.   257
.   .1 Sei
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Phone   A3 7 7
R. MILES       -       Princess St
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applies  fUrttlshi d   inust   be .--t
, qualltj .if ib. h    . veral Kindv
    i ered at the Govern
.\ na I   n, ��    \\ estmlncter,   or
specified in the form . . tend*
depii tmenl   i-esi rves  the rijthi
.'.....   ; the whole ,    part<      y ten
dei
Foi      . t  i< t maj    ��� obtained at
Ifici  ol .'.,,  resident engineer, Deal n, of Public \\oi'!���- n,����� wesl
' mins:.   . ll   C.
Pur.      inserting this advertisement
authority   from    lhe depart
�� ill not  be paid tor il.
weal oi  anj   tender will not
li   ��� ..
0    v   M't'rri;
Resident 1
i' . io  of  Pul lb   w .a       Ni ���
ii   c    I nuar;   "     909
COUPON   NO.   764
Won the Toil*
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"   | fa  MOREY'S
: ���
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bard Room, City Hall, as follows:
had Thursday of each month,
uarterly   n on   the   third
:' s .1 a y    ot    Fe rua        May,
u  a . I   Nov. il   ^   p.  ra.
al    meetings    on    thi     third
: i y    cf    February     N'vw
���and
'   ��� any monthly or q i rterlj
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. PauiH |
and Chicago
Ai
Int)
bla,
who
any
extt
acre
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
ind LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and trust the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
.vorld. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
:6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar, reclining chair cars (s-its free),
iu British l ol tin    moder_   day  coache,   an(1  buffeti  n.
Look up j ���     "t.
If not claim '             i
next,   ihe   two ither   numbi i
drawn *�� 111 be tb ut< J
H. M0REY
&    CO-
COLUMBIA   STREET.
>::���:��:�����..���.���.���>������;���'.���> ���.��� ���. ���.��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���:< .������*"��� ���'���:>;:���'>::���'>:;���:>,������>.���>��������-,���.���,��� �����.������ >.����� *. ���.��� ���  ���>���>���.��������;��������>���. ��� a.v
. Advertising and Circulation I
Synoi-.;    '���:   lii>!;n.'iiiii   HiiiniiStKiii!
Regulations.
available Dominions lauds with-
railway
��� be lr    i     ���< '   1 by any person
the sole Head ol a tamliy  i i
le ovi t 18 yi ars ol age, to th(
of om -quarter Bectlon >u  Jiiu j
uore or loss.
lust be made  personally ail
��� laud office for the dls'rlcl in
,   the l-iud is situate.    Entry by i
pi*>    may, bowi v.i, be made ou ecu- i
tab- . '   .. nio'.ie r,
daughter, broLher or sister of au
nding homesteader.
��� homesteader is required to per-
; li..  conditions connected  thi ri
under   one   of the    following
u:
n At least stx monms' residence
u and Motivation of the land In
b c for three years.
:i ii the tsther (or mother, if the
if is deceased), of the home-
tsldea upon a farm in the
nlty of the land entered for, the
i ut.- as to residence may be
Bed by such person residing witn
: or nioilier.
���li    If tbe -ietller has his iienuan
ace ui' iti farming land own-
��� tin. in the vicinity of his houie-
l, tne requirements   as   io resi-
ce may be satlslled by    residence
u Hie Bald land.
��l months' notice in writing eliould
'������ti to the Commissioner of Dom
a Lands al Ottawa of intention to
ilj for patent
JOAL.���Coal mining rights may be
Bed for a period of twenty-one years
an  annua] rental of  $1   ivr  acre.
'   more   than 2560 acres shall    b0
"1 to one Individual or company.
royalty at the rate of five cents per
iball be collected on    the    mer-
antable coal mined.
W. W. COKY,
���-���ify of the Minister of the Interior
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
brarjr and smoking can.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information call on  or writf
F. W. PARKER.
7iO Second Avenue. Seattle. W����'r
Mail Service
Following ire thi  he ir   of de
and arrival ol mails at the v ., w  .
niiu ter po.-t i tti.''-  ���     ho ir   I���
each cai e being thi       i- ...
which is bait an no      b    i ruh .   ���
tore the actual despatch.    All mails.
The Daily News, New W< itminster LOc per week, $1 (<>y'���'< mos.
Tin: 1).\im News-Advertiser, Vancouver        50c per month, $5 per year
The Sunday News-Advertiser,      " ,.50c for.Smos., $1.50 a year
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisement!, solicited lor the above publications
CHARI IS   Ir.  SANDS,   Agent
Now Westminster
P. O. Box 29
Phone A22
��� :���:���:������>��:�����::���"���'��� ��� ��� ���:����� :����������>"�����'��.������-������������:������'������������,.��� ��������� *���>:>:f..f,','v.. ��� ���. ���... ��� ��� .* .-���-.-..->. ...;��������
Fraser MlH-
unless otherwise state.;, are desps ^        ....
and C-Qultlan
. two 7 30 a in
))
������������������ - -'   i'   I
ed and  received daily except Sunday. L.,,,   ^  ft_d  eMt   ,a) ,   __���  l(
Tl1" -**i>' '";,i!   -ispatched    and     ���    ���,,  ),(,in,;    ,,,������    N���u    W(   ,,
<���"*���''<���   Sll"l!'' ' ''    ��      '       '   .      :    (Including    l.amrev    and    ,
����'l C 1'   R, easi .....    not includlm _,���  ,,,���,  ���__,    ,   ,.,ir ,  ,���    ,,  ,  ,,
*���   "*>���   fflal18'   s''-  '  ton'   '" ' ii.  ,'    pat. .   omll    mi Lowi     I   a   i
Mills and Coqul . polni    ea t ot I oqultlsxn ex   Pit)
Mai.s D��pa-.chc_. |Meadows, Pori Haney, Port Ham ml
m  the   world  that  equal  in!tho  lir-wi���11B  ni.hti���Vancouver    vial Cornors,    Mi. City,
luto,'tl     ������a|Agasala nnd  Harrison    Hot   BpTing". |
"The Milwaukee
The Pioneer Limited' St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago. 1
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any.    fi;00 a. m. (closed at eleven o        *|Webster's
it  the  Chicago,  Mil-
railroad
equipment that oi mc ,_un.ag-, i..n-|Q
waukee  *  -t.   Paul   Railway.     They
jwn  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
ind ,'i'i-i * "crs on all] their trains and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
. trous   an   excellence   of j railway,
btainable elsewhere. Bumai and Soati i     n     Unj    11
���  ROWE. General Agent. S. points east and south, and poin
v���.ti3-d. Or I between N'evi  Wi    minster and 11 ml
\i., c. P. R. south; all i
<ive
tervi
i
13_ Third M.. cor Aldrr
Ingdon, U
,-i, 3a| | ���- rtoi . and    Fra i r
Public Meeting
c,
1909,
tii"    und. reigned, respectfully
Ni w   We tuoii ter,   B
.lantit'      16
���|,, in    Worship the Mayoi
Wi
N.  K. "Owl.' M;i | . f(lI. por(   NI,������1..   ,,,,.���
T''-;" ��-m    Vancl '        '""* i,s"      both m.i Vancouver and C  P k.
Tuesday) Victoria, via B. C. Electric Mi||g  Reee)v#<|
u. i.. a.in    Ulalne nnd   Bentl le,   In
eluding all i'. B  uolnl i,   -la (I,
Owl."
9:00 to i l   "' a to    Bl     vb        n II,
. i, inner ri'.." daj and Pi daj I,
���a a.m    Vancouvi,  "nd   ���      ���   i
; i   It   Q.   I lectl i.   railway.
���  tn  |. m    Burquli Inm, by i oui l< i
10 |,.in    it. ,:ne and  ^e utle,  . in
ei idlns all c ���-'��� poini i; al  i ail points
l 30 p.m.   i i    Bui nab . :    i oui ter.
. 10 a m    , am tuver, .a <;. N  it.
10:00  i<��  11 00   ��� ni    Ladner,   Porl
. dchon, We th ini I land and (*] u i
Tiinrsdiiv and Saturday)  Wood*
c.  ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mills.
s.;;u ,, m, Ulalne and Seattle, including all i'. S. poinU east and wutb;
also till polnta between New Wetunin
iter and Blaine, via O. N. it
N0te cioverdale and dli trlol 'Clover Vaiiey. Surrey Centre, Elgin, _1 i
via and Kensington Prairie) Ha_el-
|i(.,,   ,,���,,  Kelia, Hall's Pialrlo   and
in   av__Hn-  Minor     I di  patched daily except Sun       ...   vLa ���,,,,,.,,,    Favoutiu   I    ���   ���
���.iiuest i hat you call u public meeting , mi ' i        ���          ki, via ��	
"     ' * ,        ������      ,h  'day     Clayton,     Monday,     luesday.        de,natcbed and received v.a Vai
[t your earliest convenience, for   the JW^   ^   ^^^    Tvach,,t��� ^   ���
purpose of hearing a report from our _. Accord( wednenday and Sat-       ,, ,',   t(|   ,       .    .-    p.   R
ieiegatea recently sent to Victoria on ^^   ,yh^ ���_,,. ���. _,, ,���,.,������,        ^ fnm   m  .,���,    ,,���,������
pur
tho Coquitlam dam proposition,    ;;nd
also for the purpose of discussing the
same.
Very respectfully,
(Signed), T. S. Annandale. W. S. Col-
lister, ,1. S. Bryson, W. I,. Johnson,
C. O, Major, Thomas R, Pearson, V,
,1. Mackenzie, A. E. White, K. H.
Sands, i,. is. Lusby, l). s Curtis, '���'���
.1   Hart, John A. I^-.e.
game days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and'
central Park, via n. C, Electric ; ill-
way.
12:HO  p.m.���Strawberry  Hill,    Tim-
I,..Hand and South WestmlnKer, by
courier (Tuesday and F'lday).
1:30 p.m ���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham I land  and Banbury,    daily
Central v
ppfirton
lam.
1:00 [im.   Vine ' ���"���,
and Eraser Arm.
between Blatne and New Weatmlnater,
it c. N. It.    (See note above as to
day. on which these mall
patched  and   reeeived.)
4;4E  p.m--Vancouvr via  f!
���I-'lyer"
0.00-Vancouve,   via B,  0.  Eloe.trlo
railway.
lire    i|��>B-
N.   It.
The meeting originally called for -____.     .������^���r
nigh, has b.en postponed until Friday|Thursday  and  Saturday, via  steam"
the 2:,,,,, inst., at 8 p.m. by request of Favourite, Capt. J. C. Bruce.   (Steve -
ton mail despatched and received   via
except Sunday; Woodward.   Tuesday,!    9.00 p m. .victoria via Vancoiivpr.
nd Hf-nttle,   In-
Tradc Marks
DC-ION-
____________     Co^vriohts Ac.
��r���one aanritng b akctrh and d-acrlpl lOfl ma?
IloWt aarertaln <,.ir otriJUon free wlictlur mil
-���  tlnn |aprobablrti��twlAlf��_^_3.,_S:
: ��� na��riotl7c.nfldPiiiiil. HAH0B00K im l-at��ita
'���  J ten. Ol.li.at a*enl>- for laWbrfpS P-"n,V���
I'uiimr. taken lhr.,ui.'h Jlunn A C'V tecelT-
>H ���trmtira, wtthuutcbaT-Ke, in tha
, Scientific flmcrlcaa.
/ ij>r   ae__ly ______ Weekly,   Larneat cir-
'ti��t       '.f any aolentinn Joarnnl.    'I'criuariot
' .!.��.... ...,�� year, p.,��ta-B pr.'i-l.l.    Sold -T
Kfi_^gCo.381B',**rt��'New York
"~~>��� 0_c_, "..'j V ht., W-Jlilu.t Jl,. D. C.
the City Council.
W. A   DUNCAN,
Cit. Clerk,
City Hall, January 19, 19M
_r
ADVERTIS-      "**
- ,N ���
TH_       DAILY       N-W3
If You've FOUND *u��t- ng.
Vancouver.) ^^
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and PipeT
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
4:00��� Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mall Is despatched to Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, Incl-idintr a',1 U.
' S. points east and south, via O. N. R.
"Flyer."
!    2:30 p.m.���C. P. R. east, Sapper"'0-
7:00 p.m.���Sumas
Binding all TI. S. points and points be-
,v,een Huntingdon and Now Westmin.
iter, via C. p. R. 80"th; also Fra*er
Mills.
1:00 p.m.-C P. R___;	
0PERA  HOU8I BOOKINGS,
lan  n--Devil'fl Auction.
Keh. 11.���Brewster's Millions.
Feb. la.-.Iane  Eyre.
March   8.-A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
March 19.-Uncle Tom's Cabin.
\pril ..-Marrying Mary.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2o
THE DAILY NEWS
PubUahed by the Daily  News Pub-
twihfi on conditions: of improvement, j
and conditions here are too small at
present  for a   board  similar  to that
.   Ih,    suggested   across    iSi.'   line,   but   us'
t.ia.u-r   Company,   Limited,   at   the     ^ ^ ^  ^ flf   i
..trices,  corner ot   Sixth   and   Front   ^ ^   lnduBlrIos    0_    (ho  -raser
��t��ets. New Westminster.   B.  C. ^.^ ^ ^^ Qf ^ cHy   _0��� ,_
Director   the time for ,u comprehensive schemej
��� I be drawn up dealing with the whole |
... blem.     A deep-sea channel to the i
Cei; of Georgia will add enormously,
,o   the   importance  of  the   port,   and j
with  vessels comiiifi'    up  to  the big
���..ills.     Westminster    wants     to  look
Hi i ad,   plali   wisely, rind  act well for
:hc advantage of the only fresh-water
ia ..a  ,.n the North Pacific coast.
Pay-
Get the Habil
._.   A.   Paige Managing
���flLAeei->
WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   20,   ..
INTERMEDIATE   EDUCATION
for
More
AT
The public has welcomed the announcement thai the school irusteea
Intend io do fuelr Lest to mm tho Intermediate educational curriculum into
the channels of practical instruction,
rather than to the -arts side, for after
ill not above one in ten can ever hope
to uiu..c use of the present studies in
the fc,lgh School In after life. Tliere
is, of course, in,- argument which has
been used bj advocates ot the classics
luce the present system oi edu-
VOlVed    I,   .nl     llicdlueWu
icolou g.icu  ill
���lv
ewv  a	
lauon  was
ia.jdi.ilam, mai ibe i
i... a establisuments
a.,    touch  oi   culture  some  c.u ,
obtain,
but it 1
if, bill
Editor of "Lux" Resigns.
At a meeting of the Literary Sm
of Columbia College yesterday the resignation of W. Mowit, the editor-in-
chief of the college paper, "Lux Columbiana," was accepted, and E. Bra-
don was elected in his place. Mr.
Mieviit litis discontinued his studies in
Order to yo into business at his home
on Salt Sea Island. The other officers for the present term of the Literary Society are: Honorary president,
lent, K. M. Thomp-
Miss   E.
vc,,.il)r. Sipprell; presk
son:    first    vice-president,
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
������THE   BIG   STORE."
We buy for cash and sell for the same.
Today's Special���Your choice of any
jug or bowl in the window for 15 cents
each.
��� e
Just Arrived
������
Bran,
Shorts,       Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,      Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets. Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
'.  0.   Drawer 100,
Phone 335
185 Columbia  Street.
J.H. TODD'S Music House |
COLUMBIA STREET
PYTMIAN
Choice Meats
an unfortunate fact that
the province is calling aloud for
.rained  engineers, skilled   mecoanicsi
_u.i   clever  artisans   the   educational
Shaw; second vice-president, W. Mey-
i er;
secretary, -Miss H. Kenny; treasurer. Miss M. Cory; pianist. Miss E.
Wood;   literary editor of "Lux," Miss
lhe ai't
standard has been drifting to
���side.
The majority of  people think  that
the commercial course would lurn oui
a   collection  of  poor   clerks,  una   be
of uo advantage to mechanical trades,
upou which the future of lhe province j
'.������i.euds bo much.     Th.j course which,
trie trusteed would like to see Intro-
il would direct attention io those!
branches ot study   which would also1
benefit  other kind.- of manual labor.
There is no Intention, nor would thol
govi rnment  perml!   any,  to Interfere
with the arts course, which is very dc-
ilraule foi young people going to normal schools or to the universities, and
to those whos,. school days develop no
certain Inclination of a suitable career,
but i'  is common  l.nov ledge that In i
ti country like British Columbia there!
i, little scope for what  Is called "cul-'
ture," lun a very heavy call for bright
��� telligent bo; h and girls,
Money must be forthcoming tor such'
in alteration and we do not think the
parents will cavil ai  h small fee, be-
ius   tho     pai ii'   and guardians who
can afford ti   keep i In Ir children at a
H   i    3chool  are suite  in  a position
iaj a small fit.     It  will prove a
oon to many and i t'i ird a change to
a   -j-steni under  which one course ot
ti -lining  I -   :.'!!"���,'. ed   to   the practical
ion of others
The decision of the  provincial de-
��� artment of edui atii n to th ��� requests,
which will be preferred to them by a
.. putation from the British Columbia
school  trustees    thia    week,  will  be
��� a'ehed carefullj bj organizations
Heeklng  to  placi late  educfl
��� ui In th       ovii      on a moi e equitable basis l -. the  ���������.��������� al iatepapcr,
HARBOR   BOARDS.
T.   Held;   religious editor,   Mr.   Ke.\ ���
worth; -social and personal editor.
Miss M. Cory; locals, Miss F. Mackey
and Mr. House; athletics, It. Betts;
business manager, C. F, Watson; as
ststant business manager. A. Wells.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avemla
PHONE -70.
BOWELL & OODr\ Proprletor-.
SKATING   RINK I
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
E.ghtn  ar.d   Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 to 6; evening, 7;30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. Ou Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10c, (om-
mutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 183.
AT THE BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
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MacKay's  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Rinding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
MADE IN CANADA
Use Only the Beat
Hi
ASK   FOR   A
"l_ii_leTrocper"Hat
The Latest m si ft hat.-.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
Is the Standard Auricle
READY TOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
iror marling soap, ���nfttj-iici'": wi��
tor, removing old paint, diainfccN
���:.\<Z links, c!oset3, c!i -.-:��s 3nc! for
many other purpnocs. A can
eq-iils 20 ib*. SAL SODA.
All the .sew Color
also in Black.
Shaped  like
rim $2.50
s,
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a   Pedora  only flat
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
V ti;,'   ��� ���������   ii'       aion of the state
glslature ai  Ol mi la  tor the neigh-
.c   stfiti      '   Washington,  Senator
��� otterill, om- ol   the    senators'  -���"-���"
King count... which includes tho greai  ^^
��� ,. iport of "s- attle, has charge of a bfllj F\j
which he wishes to see enacted :-""
law.     It affords au interesting ni
of  legislation  which  might  with  ad-
vantage be enacted by  this province.
The  proposal is  to  give  lit t-class cities a separate port authority where a
river front  is concerned,    entrusting
them  with all Improvements  on  the
waterfront in building wharves, docks
and harbor works, and enabling them
chargi  their expanses on the gen
oral district tax.     Criticism is natm
���.i'y direct, d along three channels of
thought, the extent ol territory, which
mall le embraced In one authority, as
often the fronts?- i -tends fey.,ml the
city limits, second'.;.', th,   means lakeu
to raise funds, and again the complexion of the controlling body,
On the lower mal-lau | ot this province there are three cities bidding for
Industrial'  .-iU-e,    to    i;    nothing of
some of  the neighboring   i    n
ties just awakening to their her
and   the  waterfront   i-   held
corporations, as the Canadian  . aclfic
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1       WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will
ordei
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and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP1
SHOE
PRICES
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The  Jeweler"!
I W. C. CHAMIIERLIN
��� COLUMBIA   STR-ltT,     NEW WESTMINSTER
J       Sole agent for the Longlnea at | Hamilton Walch
Graniteware :
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G0 Men's leather lined box calf boots, made with waterproof <<>}(>>, a $6 boot
qj        for $4.9     _	
UJ Men's patent leather Blucher cut boots, made with  a neat  kid top and        fit ~_ZI
JjJ        creased vamps, a regular $-5.00 boot for  4.00 {�� f^OOKSLEY'S
Just arrived���Full and compiet- stock Oranltewa e, III a
new    '  designs, and at th.- lowest   possible  pric.-.    Call '
��� our Btock; no trouble '��� ���    ame.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
M Men's Scotch grain, hand made working boots,  made with plain toe and        ws
N3        toe cap. a $4.50 boot for   3.50 [/4
fin Boys' box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5  1.75 a pair ��_j |
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>'--'' gj Boys' Boston calf school boots, sizes 1 to 5  1.50   "      Vi POST CA Rfl^
i'hu^'M Misses' box calf Bluchers, sizes II to 2, made with heavy solid                         /ts
 L aeiiic Kj         leather soles	
Railway on Burrard Inlet  by .he city, fatf Children's boots, good Solid Wearers, sizes 5 to 10
as- New Westminster and North Van-Iky -                                     ��
eouver, and by private parties, as ai I Qj Great bargains in Ladies' Shoes, prices	
False creek, Vancouver,
Nearly all lar-. cities With till 01 tin
access ar. i mtn li ,1 l>> a harbor
board, even fc'htr , . iHway owns the
docks, whl        i-jr" managi -
ment of the -Hal -  of the port, but
it has beonio an   .v.,-n  thai   where a   R**!
board is elected        pi     n tn  specific  _��\_
dnti''-: of    a  commercial    nature the
members must be pai ! to do the work.
-Vher.-   harbor   commissioners   < list
1  genenally n preseni    ihe various'
-ts  using    tb      docks, and are
ctically the spoi.e.-'incn of certain
corporattone. I
Th.   Westminster City Council has1
'   "ti   wi.-.-  In  dealing   with  water  lots
��-  lea .hold  property held tor Bhortj
  1.50
 I.. .$1.00 and $1.20
prices  $1.40 to $5.00
ARK   NOW   ON   SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    F
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAIR," Colur-bii,  Street
THE STORE  FOR SHOE
BARGAINS
Chapter 88 of the .Statute- ol --"
1907, and  to authorise the c'om.''-1
to enter into    tiny    agre "   >;
tb    Vancouver, Westmin    r t"1-
kon   Hailway  Company w-'cn l3 J'
thorlzed by Section 361 of t'1
way Act" and for other ; .
authorising the    < on "     ���,-"i
branch line from u  ;.������ ������-.  in ����������� ir;!l
line  authorised   ie     lause kio[ b
section 8 of tht* : ompaay's Act of
corporation  r'-'.-nce in an ef
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leteny ��D*I
NOTICE.
b-rL  direction by the _��-'
route  through  Yale. Ulto-*'
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Cariboo districts to the mosl
rotivfH'
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B.C.
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THE      BURRARD      WESTMI,,ST-S
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
���.���.ill apply to the Parliament of Canada at Its next session for an .\ct attending   the   time  within   which    lat.
Company   may commence and   com-!    DatBd at Vane
plete the Railway the construction of'        ' 19��8' .e,\-
which  was authorized   by  th.  fx,m.: TUPPBR - GRIF ��-
panys    Act of    incorporation    beinirl Solicitors for ApP
nt point where a junction   can
ade with the branch line   -'  '
Vancouver, Westminster   ana
Railway which   run* from th
line of said Railway ea t.rly ,0
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�� CDecefflW WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY  20.   1909.
THE  DAIl.v  NEWS.
PACE FIVE
The Cash Stores
T. H. Smith
The Cash Stores I jClTY NEWS
Absolute Clearance of
Women's Ready-to-Wear
$18,000 of High-Class Seasonable Merchandise
To Be Sacrificed
Over-stocked is the cry iu the ready-to-wear department. Stocktaking, which has just been completed
has reveeuled the fact that we have twice u-s much stock in this department .us this season of the year
warrants. We are determined to t <\nr* this stock, and if reduced prices will do it, then our chance, are
exceedingly good, We want ever,; woman in New Westminster and vicinity to visit this store during the
sale. We promise values on seasonable goods. RBMBMBBR, we are determined to reduce this stock, and
when we make up our mind about doing it. we are prepared to spare no effort or sacrifice to accomplish
this end.
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Sweeping Clearance in Children's Coats
p                                                       .    -��_�� |$3.C0 AND $3.50 VALUES FOR 51.76.
This line, most of which is of German Importation, in tweed, velve, cloths,  meltons, etc.    Various    i ��� -
and quite a variety of designs.    Values up to f3.60, for         $1.75
$5.00   and $6,00   VALUES   FOR   $2.75.
This line come- in all slses from ;- to 11 years.    It comprises the balance of our Girls' and Misses' coats
in cloth, bear (doth, melton, tweeds', etc.   Quite a galaxy of styles and many new creations.    Regular
ffi.00 and 16.00 values.    Sal.-  price   $2.75
Sweeping Reduction in Women's Moreen Underskirts
$2.00 AND   $2.50   FOR   $1.00.
Tn all colors and till sizes of .-ilk finished, moreen and moil    le, deep knee flounce,  with dust proof frill.
Regular prices |2.00 and $2.50.   January sale price       $1.00
Sweeping clearance in Crompton Hygienic Corset Waists
'5c.     J
Sweeping clearance in Children's Lambskin Ruffs
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UNEEDA
iA SERVICE OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over these
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Vancouver  bowling   team   will
��� ��� tonight to play one ��.( the
Knock  the  cover off  _ lox of  "ii.  5
i s and  try one.   it will make
a a.
1       old   lumber  from  the   bunkers | J
B. C. K. R.  wharf,  which for- j %
i ������longed   to Gilley    Bros.,  has |
I   '-'ii removed, and the space will be j
1 leared for extra wharf accommoda-
l tion. ���
BIG  SPECIALS!
BIG  SPECIALS!
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10-Piec Egg Shell China Tea Service; beat Staffordshire Bug D
manufacture; gold lined aud rimmed aud beautifully decorated floral
designs; worth S20 00; for $3.90
Hare's Another  Cracker-jack���
104-Plece  English   Porcelain  Dinner  Service;   beautifully    decora    I
worth $20.00; for    J7.fi I
About 30 Teapots,   worth 50c each; to be cleared out for 25c. each.
'
Clear Havana cigars ot exclusive!,
merit���the "Brillante," made by the ���
B. C. Cigar t_ctory. ������ ,
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.    \
Opposite Lome  Street.      Phone 73. -
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliable f
brands.
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Mayoi Ivin;, is in Victoria todaj a
pri sld< nl of the British Columbia ���
Union of Municipalities In connection ���
with the deputation  which wait *
tli" |i ovlnclal .x-, ���  '.    this mornu
��� To the General Public:
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For   amendments    to    th ���    Municipal ���
Clauses Act.
For table decorations and    wedding
t   SEE
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bouquets���a specialty. Ring up    Tidy,  ��� 2
the Florist, 1S4. ������
It ts our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.    An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
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,             75c VALUES   FOR   25c.
In white and drab only, Crompt. n Hygienic  Corset Waists, various sizes.    Regular  pric
saleprit,   	
25c
The  Installation ol officers of it' i-l
i-.,l!  Bebekah lodge No, 5,  I. 0. O. r . Z -��,,..        __,               .       __. _ _
will take place on Tu,   lay next, when J PUDISC   Supply   StOrCS GEO.-ADAMS    J
,:in open meeting will be held.              J                           .=_--.. -= = Prop. X
The Navajo club will hold a poverty j| Columbia  Street.       Ne*   We_tm.ns.er, B. C *
lance In St. George's nail on Tuesda-   ���
next,    when the chaperons    will    te 4
Mesdames A.  W. Gray, .1. \v   Rogers,
E. Goulet and  I). A.  Si lies.
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Phone   92.
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50c   RUFFS   FOR   15c.
Forty-five inches l">ng in whir���   iamb   thai  sell regularly at 50c   January s,ale price  16c
25c RUFFS FOR  10c.
All our ch.idren's white lam;,    , ���        ,    -.;;   regularly  at  -5e.     Januar* sale price
Try   Hans  Vaglsang  Poultry _ood.
it - the best.    It'.- the stuff all pi opl
keeping poultry should use.    At you
grocers and druggists.
Everything   you   need   for   the   Family
Dinner at
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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Ihe Moody Park Store--...,
Monster Waist Values
SWEEPING  CLEARANCE   IN   WOMEN'S  LUSTRE AND CASHMERE  WAISTS
$2.00  and  32.50   VALUES   FOR  $1.25.
*    ctlcally         complete stocl  ol lustre and cashmere waists ln black  and  cream   only.    All   sizes   and
a charming variety of designs in plain, fancy and embroidered, all wool, cashmere and lustre.   Regular
prices ;;:���   J2.00  and $2.50.    laniiarj   sale price  $1.25
Sweeping clearance of Women's Silk Waists
$5.00  AND $6.00 SILK  WAISTS FOR $3.25.
��� ��� and        ich Taffeta Silks'      ill   ..iii fanes- tucked, with new Direciolre sleeves, colors bla<
navy, cardinal und  brown.    V i ������    up to $6 00.   January sale price 	
Getters   and   news] 1.,>���:.-    received I Alto���
from the mall car wrecked in the train Butter, 3 lbs, for |1.00, and a full os-
accldent at Saddle liar, near Vale, lastUortment of Seasonable Goods.
Friday are now being delivered .at the
city   post Office.      lu   many   cases   the
communications are Illegible, the result Of immersion in ihe waters of the
Fraser,
$3.25
I
I
Sweeping clearance of Women's Net Waists
$9.00 AND $12.00 WAISTS FOR $4.50.
In white and ci am net, mad, :'   foundation of chiffon taffeta and Jap glace silk.    Net is Bruges
and Fein: de Esprit, with b autiful   Irish   Gvdpure   lace trimming    Some have  self  colored  silk foun-
L-ition-. ,,tlnn-s  with silk to match the net.   $9.00 to $12.00 values for  $450
Sweeping clearance in Women's Embroidered Hose
'Phone 18_.     nam 'Phone 137,
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   prompt.)-   to
any part or the city.
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W.  H.   SMITH,   Proprietor
Corner Sixth   Av-   and   Tenth   St.
f'r  '
Light and Heavy Hauling
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OFFICE���IRANI   DEPOT.
Bank of Montreal    I'll
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
Tw-;.,  a,,,-, _    all  Bilk ��� mbrol I<
Bale   jirii ��� ���  	
60c   VALUES   FOR   35c.
wool cashmere hose, .-izes 9, 9 1-2 and 10, in black only; January
       35c
For first-class cut hew -rs and   any
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone I
Da-let' Greenhouse. B208. ���* capital ��14,400.0-0.00
The   Junior   Royal   Templars   will! RESERVE      $11,000,000.00
���   al   I   o'clock   this  afternoon   in _.-��r.obes throughout Canada and New foiin.land. and   ln   Ixindon,   England,
the  I.  O. 0. F.  ball. The    Boys' Bil- j New  York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A (Jen-
gade connected with the Bame organ- eral Banking  Business Transacted.
izatlon will commence drill In the Ar 1 .tttert of Credit issued, available with correspondents In all utrnrts ot   _ie
morlea al 7 o'clock this evening World.
Saving. Bank  Department.     Deposits received In sums ot |1 at... upwards,
A w.iisi tournameni organized bj the and Interest allowed at 3 per cent   per annum (present raf->>
employees of the Baavei cigar factory
was commenced yesterday   evening, a
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T. H. Smith's Big January Sale
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
N'SW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
U. D.  BRYMNER.  M tin a .-*.
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Stock-Ta
ng
After taking stock we find we have several
odd lines of good winter shoes. These we
are putting on our bargain tables, and
cleared out they must be. Here is a sample of how they are going:
Men's Velour, Box Calf ana Gun'Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $6.00, going for
Women's, Misses9 and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
Remember this is at
W. E. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.
series of games being played. The
whist parties will be followed by pool
and towllng oumaments, the winners
of which will be rewarded with boxes
of cigars, donated by the proprietor of
tin- factory, F. .1. Lynch,
A very interesting meeting of the
college literary society will be held on
Friday evening when an address will
be delivered by Rev. B. W. Stapleford,
oi Vancouver, who wlll take the occasion to present the Stapleford
scholarship to N. Kenny, hi having
won it at the recent unlvertflt) examinations.
,\. ii practice io prepare tor a l as- I
ketbaii game against the Vancouver
'Athletic dub's basketball team on
Januar-, 29, the Westminster city team
will meet a picked Columbian College
1i\.. on Friday evening, Tho boys who j
win repre enl Westminster against
Vancouver are Peel, and Spring,
guards; I. ., Turnbull und Aleck Rob-
ertaon, forwards. Tne centre pltiyei
lias not yet been selected. Morrison
! elng unable ' ' i,l:i>'> not being In condition at the present time.
E. 11. Bucklln ami hi? son, W. II.
Bucklin, of Ithaca; N. v.. are visiting
tit   the   Russell   Hotel   in   connection
with the small & Ruckiin mm. in j lay.    Enquire for my* rates before renewing or placing
which Mr. Hucklin has part interest.
Grand Master Workman \V. 11.
Smith, of Ladnei-^Grand Secretary, J.
T, Mcllnioyl, of Victoria, and Alderman Stewart, of Victoria, assisted. In
the Installation of officers of Fraser
Lodge, A. 0. _��� W., last evening.
Messrs. Fox, Marshall and Corbett,
of Coquitlam, who were appointed delegates to attend the meeting to receive the report of the Westminster
delegates who went to Victoria to wait
upon the provincial executive with
reference to lhe Coquitlam lake dam
scheme, which was to have been held
>. Bterday evening In the city hall, arrived here during the afternooi in-
lending to attend the meeting, not
having been notified in time that ii
had been posponed until Friday. They
import thai the opposition to the
scheme among Coquitlam resKhw
,rong as ever,
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The above is an instance of the prompt manner in
which the companies I represent settle their looses.
I can not only insure your property for less money
than others, but when a loss occurs it is paid without delay. Enquire fi"
your insurance.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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Best of Farmer's Pork   ,
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
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.   IHE D\II_Y NEWS,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20,  1Mg
PIONEER   COURT   INCIDENTS.
Fr*e  and  Easy   Manners  In  Early  l, ,���
noia Trials.
Most of the early Illinois courthouse* were log built, but in some di-
tricts. says, tbe author of 'Lincoln, the
Lawyer.'' tbf sessions were held in the
barrooms of taverns, and the absence
of all formality in the proceed infra Is
best Illustrated by the fact that In the
cln-ml: .curt of Washington county,
held by Judge John Reynolds, the sheriff usually heralded his honor by singing out. "Come ln. iwys! Our John Is
a-gnln' to he id court!" to which cordial
Invitation those having business with
the lavi reej  tided.
Another sheRiff Ln Union county made
laudable efforts to meet the requirements ef the occasion by shouting out
tlr's singular announcementt "Oh. yes!
Oh, yes! Ob, yes: The honorable judge
Is new openedr
In one case a judge who de��!i*��-_ to
display his learning Instructed the jury
very fully, laying down tbe law with
antb-rity, hot the Jurors, after deliberating MM hours, found themselves
unable to agree. Finally tbe foreman
row and asked for additional instructions.
"Judge, this ere Is the difficulty." he
explained. "The jury want to know tf
that i_ar what you told u* was r'ai'y
the law, or on'y JUt your notion."���
Tooth's Qo_.ip*nlo_.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS. "Ramona
^:::n:^^.:_mi4+ c��c*c*c*c*c*cc*c^cn-o^^
Carrying freight and passengers to
| al; points between New Westminster
and We-tham Island.
Leaves Bracktcau-Ker's wharf daily
at 2 i ] m : additlonai tti? on Mon-
lays, leaving at S a.m.
Returning leave Wes'haai Island 7
a.:n. daily, except Fridays at G a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
a: 5:30 p m.. calling at Steves*. , .-.-.
in locement offers.
i	
i ' ���
CHAUFFEUR HARRY HOOPER
FALL HEIR TO FORTUNE
T
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A  _*-_   -t   III..   l'rln,t|al-a.
���krotsTaan for for the week end. ���*��_���;
has been nske, by his friend to go W
a music -BID--Na. na. mon: D'ye ac
ken I never visit a music ha',: on th'
Saturday, for fear 1 shoukl laugh in th'
kirk on tt' Ba- I ondon opinion.
I.I*'     .    I'oreal-htetl lira*.
Tbongh Adatn blamed Eve fer tempting him ui - it apples, it Isn't on record thai bt  i&ve ber doe    r_dlt for
mikiD:.   those   first   cl-the-s.-Flori-a
Times- ,. _.. a
Vaaoouver, Jan.  li*.���Hairy   HOO
a  well  known chauffeur   tn  the  cit;
recently  learned  ���_M  be ��a- beii
an ���---.:������  In Kingston, on: . valu i
between |<_,000 ani  (100,000.      One
���   .::-   aunts,  Margaret   Hendry, died
seven  year-, ago  In  Kingston, and in
her  **.:'.  -:..��� left   the  entire  es:a;e  to
Harry   Hooper.     Having    com'   west
tils i it 13 y. ars -<-���
and  ���- Idress, his n  -Uvea
loable to       m    him  un:i:   re-
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���THATS  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OlR.HORh SATISFIES
OIL. PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any des- X]
cription or quantity quoted v]
on application.
Jackson & Morrison 1
LOT 7, Block 36
on th-    irner of Royal arenue and Eleventh street. ���?:��� en'
did warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. R-
tracks run past this pioperty.    Price .3000.    Rea ���
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 : T. R   PEARSON   Mgr- "
New Westminster,  B. C.
5*0*0*OK��0*00#0#0*0*0*040 ����������o��o��o*o*oc
Japan's Protest.
Washington,   dan.   19.���Represents
���.ions   were made  today   i0  tae  st.it>i
rtment by th- Japan. -    ,m-
protesting  against the propi
.:.��� .Japanese measure in the Cai fo
nia legislature.
Big Timber Deal.
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
1
!:'::::::::::::::::'-- \ The Strongest
Telephone 54.
P.  O.   Box 66;
:
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits maOe to Order.
Columbia   snd   Mclnness   Streets.
I Made
I 1 IL 1'Iadf.in sOCTHBEND J\Aa lUL
Chevner   Now   a   Senator.
Wlni     ��� '. ��� .Noah   CI    ���
rrier   M.   P. P
nown      I : -
en aj
succeeding B<   ai<
Victoria. Jan.   19.���Three   thou
acres of timber land  in  ih<   B. & x.
land grant   has   be<-n    purcha_e<j
M- ���--.-=. Cone and Blaine,   of   O
Rapids,  Iowa,  for 1100,000, from    >.
E. & N.    he lan i U in the S oke I
ilstrlct
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladle   '   _ $127-,
up.
I    Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   faci
,$6.00.
1    Si..*er Watches, gents'      .-a
���   '.57.50 up.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDHWITH EVERY
RANGE.
Agent    for    Waltham    and    I .ii,
J    watchea,
���   ���    Watch repairing a speciall
F. CRAKE
1 Tux)   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Groce'
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A.  Hardman, A. Jarres. .'.  McClughan Front Street, Trn-rt B!o;-t.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������***
\     T1     _. a-.
J Young People,    Attention ! j
'
in reeelre ��� . I -sses a:
Columbian College
I    h    AS,THMETIC.  BOOKKEEPING. SPELLING. CORRESPONDENCE.
A    SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL.     LAW.     PENMAN-
. a
1    SHIP.
i
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANi
"ommenclng  Jiiriary   1st   "aiu   I
grill leavi   daiiy   1-   ��� '
for all poin:s East
train  for  As?.-       at   ' '--
Tickets 1 I
'.  - rva_ons    ma le for    firs
r.f-r- rs    ���   rist and steal
> ���
a
I
in;,   par:  of tl t
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
:���-      ������-    ������-     ������������    ^ - .-*���:
For further particulars a_*l r-rserr--
t:ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent. New W-BtTnlnster
>r to C. B. FOSTER,
Asj:. Genl. Pass.   Agt.   Vauiflonvnir.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEffNSTLVANM SUTTBT COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office, Front $-. Foot cf Sixth.
P. O, Sox 345 P-cr. 106
VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY     AC-
WARNING  TO PURCHAir.:
P O. Box
Te'..  53.
W       _JJVERT1_B      -y.*
��� IN ���
THE      Dailv       NEWS
If  "ou   V'AXT   HELP.
Res    129
ery assign 1 .   thi
'..   '       in t.
.   -
-.   ���
a the I
Special attei
-'���
I        Bounty Act. 1.
ament ol
' ��� '
.    ���
.Westminster . ���     s nct ex-;uted ar;- i
the date of the warrant for  ���
IRON Vt/f-BHQ   .rantl
IWafri VYV/rir\��_f a favor of
JOHN   REID.  Proprietor. -   W. GREENWAY
Comi
I _ir. i
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrat-d
Palmer Bros.   Engines
- _ -  .  .'.     - .. --���
���   ������       arkei    Ei
-     _ a:
renth Street
Nevi Wesimlnsler
YOU DONT KNOW
Unless You  Have Already Tasted It.
How  Delightful
Government Inspected BEEF
I
Is  to  the   Palate
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already teen sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the Westminster District,   and   the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction
MUTTON, PORK and VEAL
Killed, Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanitary supervision onlv.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster PACE SEVEN.
'XiiE DAlLi NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   JANL v -*,    ;.*���    1909.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� rltlth  Col.mu'a  Co.at   _m_
Service
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
g.S,   Princess  Victoria  leaves   \ an-i
ouver   lO p. m., going direct to Se-|
. dully except Monday.
3,g, Princess Royal leave-   Vancou-
,  ,  at  g ��, ui. for Victoria daily, ex-
pt Wi dnesday.
;  s. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-!
... ai i p. ui- daily for Victoria,
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE |
S.S. Trader will leave  Victoria for |
New VVestmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves Now  Westminster on Wed
,: daj
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria il p.m. 1st, lOtli.
and _Utli of each mouth for Clayoquot, |
Mosquito Harbor and way port?; Hun j
of each month for Quatsino and way I
Arts; 20th of each month for Ahcuset, I
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:80   p-m- daily,
.   ipt   Sunday.    Leaves   Nanaimo at
7 a. ni.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE,
p- nceS6 May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
' eatrlce   leaves  Vancouver J an.5,
10th; Feb. 2nd.
Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP RIVER.
-.ei���i
From   New   Westminster   Mon. j
'Wednesday and Friday at s a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thur  lay
land Saturday at 7 a.m.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
Author.zed Capital
Paid-Up Capital   . . .
WINNIPEG
$6,000,000
. $2,200,000
Our facilities for collecting and remitting rr.oney should be
employed by all business men to whom promptness Is n consideration.
J. E. ALLEN,  Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
ORE BREAKS OUT      I
IN RUINED MESSINA
Odor of Biirning Flesh Adds
Horror to Con.lajrnitioiv-
Soldiers Fight Flames.
������I- 19    A    serious   Bi
brok .   tod i>   anion;;  tin   I ains
,..:.,  v.., ck< ���  i Itj.     I ������'���
am sl i alace fell in and
. onllagratlon The
rlau ���    are spreading In spit,  oi the
work oldlera to control them
and th<      nation is serious.     An odor
nf burning ile_li is mingled with the
.-moke and  it  la  feared  that persons
still alive in being consumed.
The flames did noi -top at the Pen-
Desi palac. but spread over the ruins
of thi city, th. long tongues of fire
leaping .v, ard and ihe spat ks falling
��� n ,i ... , . -h.<\. ���. r roi ,i , on '���'-������
tl ��� .      heal was  verj    *ri i
i , m  wa ���    sounded,    w bile i
warships in the hurboi blew  their : ig '
hoi ���       ud      ���      rs   wen    lun ried   lo
the -.   ���
Tii..  Duke ol  Genoa  ui id j b  hi i ole
escu ,   lemented woman who In
fi  , ing  her   v. ay  Into :i
of ruins to save hi r bus-.
NEW
:ealand to
abolish barmaids
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Koute
lor CONRAD, I'AK; K OSS Ml.IN,
WH1 rE HORSE, DAWS >N ud
FAIRBANKS, HaiU train* (.except
Sunday) carrying passenger, mail,
expre** ind freight conne with
- limit oi youuts | stages it Carcroai ^n.l White Horse,
ni a i n (.muni; a through winter   ��,-ni.'(,
Foi  information ippli l-
I.  H.  ROGERS,   ���.���'.������   Manager,
Trains & Steamers
Wi S iland
\     .  ���..'   >tll '>     .���:��� Wl ���
.   \  ��� Delation,
��� al,  and
������   ��� ���    ���     me       I  t_e
..  was unanimou8l-j  resolved to
        o ..        rate _ar<
who may ������_ supplied with liquor
slstoil
bnrnin
band
WHEN YOU WANT AN! KINO OF
REPAIRING DONE
Such as Guns. Umbrellas, Typewriters,
<>r any lijzht automatic machinery repaired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St,       "Man on ths Wheel.'
FOIt SALE CHE/-P.
i ,.   i sti ..ni �� blstle,
Four horse power engine,
our stran cutter,
One top for express wagon
Also a good assortment of now
���,'. ond hand goo la,
l;25 p.m
I', 30 p.m, ar
\\ . S p n;
N    \V. i��*.t,f>
\  \- . a io
For   reservation*  ana   lnrormaOon I
��� Ul or address
ED. OOTJLBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
-..at. Gen. Piss. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
Ueneral Siiiier^.tenilen*. Victoria.
xv
-<f��
ADVERT'.-th.
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
'���'(IK QUICK   RETURNS
ilJVUU yQL_^^S-rJ
ING TO   AND    FROM    AN_
ll  ���    '���   ,N   THE   OLD   COUN1 RY
VN  LIE ARRANGED  AT   THIS OF-
!"ICE
������press cf Ireland Jan. 8th
:.irsican Jan. .2
For other dates and  particulars,
ipply to
ED   GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
F1RE ALARM  rii.XKS
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marie i Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   per  day  up.
Room   and   bodia  $2.o0   per  day up.
r-oom  with  bath  $2.50 per. day  up.
Room with bath anJ board $4 per day.
All iiutside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT.  Mgr.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��uth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
U���Columbia and   Dufferln.
!"���   Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and   Sixth.
24���....ni avenue and Second.
'���'- Fifth  av-->ue  and   Fourth.
16���Fifth avenue ami  Htlghth,
Third avenue nn.l Tenth.
���Agnes nnd Sixth.
Schaake Machine Works.
-Columbia and McKenzle
36~C P. R.  Station.
-Small <fc Bucklin Mills.
$250.00   In   Prizes
Given away every month
absolutely FREE with
Royal Standard FLOUR
Ever) _9-lb. sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving our mills contains a numbered coupon. On the last day of each month 10 number.,
will te drawn ami published In the flrst Issue of this paper following.
To each one holding the duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon
return lo us of the coupon, deliver free of all charges to any address,
a HANDSOME  CHINA  DINNER SET of 1"" pieces, value $25.00.
Full particulars ou the back of   each    coupon.     BEGIN   SAVING
THEM TODAY.
REMEMBER, We guarantee every sack of    Royal Standard to   bo.
the purest, sweetest and most wholesome bread I'1""' on the market.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY   BY
Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER.  B. C.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.   Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS for the spring trade
from the best growers In England, Prance, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada ns
well eg those which can be successfully grown In B. C.
Extra choice lot of trull trees
and small fruits, strictly horns
grown and our own propagation
trom | e ning stock.
Ornamental in all lending
varieties suitable for planting
In B, ('��� All the best in.ike of
spray  pumps.
Fertilizers,       Bee      Supplies,
Spraying Materials, rut    Flow
ers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block.  Nc.ir Tram  Office.
Phone "7,"..
NOTICE-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
NOTICE   Is   li. i.   >   glv. u  thai   .,,
plication "ill hi   made bj thi   \ am ou
ver  Westminster and   i'ulton Rallwaj
Company to the Parliament of   Can
adti at li ; next Session for an Act to
extend the time tor commencing thi
. onstruotlon of  the  in.men  llm i au
thorlzed  bj   Cha ��� er  116 of the  :;  i
.-.���.. of ' an;, .... 0  Edward VII,
as follow. :
(a)    From a polnl < n thi   main line
between Anderson lul., ami Green lak.
���..inning along or near LUlooel   Lain
Llllooei River and Han . in Lake,  in:l
thi'iii.' sou'' . ,i   ���       io a i ulnl on i '���
Intei national boundni j line, al or ne i
l he  town of l lunilngdon, tn the P
i . in,.   of British Columbia,
i , i From a polm on the m iln
iel w     i Llll i and Qui   nel, rui
; in iiii eu lei ly direction ihri ugh : u
i a. in of Quesnel Lake lo n polnl at oi
i.. ar Ti io Jaun ��� Cache;
lei  From a polnl on the main line
between th i Cotton w< o i  and  Willow
rl\ ei s, running Bouth i astei Ij  t,.   Bin
kervllle;
i d i From a polnl on the main line
in British Columbia un Willow river,
running easterly to tho Fraser river
thence along the Fraser river to Tete
faune Cache, thence through the V-l
jlOW   Head  Pass,   ih. nc..   by  the    mOsI
I convenient route to Edmonton.
Until the 13th day of July, 1912, an I
to extend the time tor finishing and
putting the said branch lines In operation until the i".ih day of July. 1911,
ami    authorizing     the      Van-caver,
Leai ���     New     \\ estnil itstei     8 20,
11:20, .    10, 17: I. and 23
Arrive al  New   Westnilnst_i   10:17,
I I,   I    IS   l.'  and   '
.'Kl'.AT NORTHERN K Ul WAV.
\.\    N \s    :'   '. . a in .    .      -   .      ���   1  .  t
Lv, ,v v.   4 i'h p.m.; ar, Beattlf hi n.m
Lv. N   \\   12:10 a.m.; ai ie 7:1B
a.m
i .    ieaitle 8; 10 a m,
Lv, So i
,. in
i i    -. attl
���I.   11!
li. N. li.    1 OR r GI ICHON
\ .    to*    leavt t   N  ���<   ��� ���     alti   ������
i   .   u :;\,. Qtilchon ,: p tn   Frl
la        ilso i onnectlona bj   10 10 a m
nxcepi v<. w Westminster ruestUty ai
i   : .   | Im    i ly,
Loavi i lulchon 6:30 a.i     trrive New
\\ ��� ��� i ���' li I .   I'rl.l.,' ��� 10   C >l
���   '    . _ p.m tii
1 .. I
'��� I  .    N    W. i. 20  a.m., S  p a        I  S3
���   '. , ���  ���   i vol
\j\   Vanco ivor 8;3B a.m    l  p m   an 1
ill'."   ;   111    for   VY<"   ".'
B, I    BLEOTRIC���VANOOUVIIB,
i. lave ^- w Weetmlu itei   "��� 60, 6 20,
ii. iO, 7 .   .mil s ii m . .in |     er;   b Uf
I.our III-""   rter till 11 p n.
I,v. Vancouver ror Vv*.atmln_ter at
r.:r,n, 6:r��tt. 7:20 aud half hourlj  ti
11:80 p.m.
Re the East hall of the .southwest
quarter of Section 13, Township 10. In
the  Disrtlct of New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate  ofTltle   No. 6886F, issued In the I Westminster and Vukon Railway Cora
name of Johana H. Strand, has been pany, Bubject  to the    proviiliihl    ol
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Ckcago, London,
Hamilton, Toroii.o,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And a!i the principal buBii e icentersbf
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR1
TIME l'KOVi..'
Also t., BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falta,
b'nr Tun*' Talile., |(C., addresi
UEC    W.  VA-4*
Asslstanl QenM Pa_��e__4W and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St., Chii-M-O, 111. ���
filed ln thiH ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tho flrst publication here-
Sections 381, ��82 and 363 of iho n ill
way Aci of Canada,    to   enter   Into
agreements  wiin   the  Burrard   W.
mln i"r Boundai������-   Rallwaj  nn i  S'avl
���"ROFE88IONAL.
n llK'M.I.Lit.    BARRISTER,   BO-
llcltor, etc.;    42 Lorn, street,
opposite Court tioimo  N"w Westmlu-
tti ."     ''"������ "���"��� 118,
A.
ul i   ,alUh!   &   EDMONDS,  llarrU-
i ��� -   .mi solicitors, Blaokl. Hlk���
, olui     ,      ��� iet,   New   Westmlntter.
W
of, In a dally newspaper published In   nation Company for any ot the pui      "���' I*. H  L Edmonaa,
the City of New West minster, Issue B
duplicate of ih.- sairl Certificate, un
less In the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District   Registrar  nf   Title
Land Regl try Office, Naw We-tfflln
ater, B. c . Di     >8tb  1 f>o-
poses specified In said Bectlon 3Gl
Dated sl Vancou       'iii     24th   da
of Di ci mbi r,  1908
MARTIN, CH UQ   BOURNE   t  H \'<
I (5 Granville  ilrcet, Vam ouver
ii i-
Soli) i'"     -' * lha Vaficou
ni'v ti - ��� ��� ! v ik'.n Railway ' '���
aRTtN ft  MoQTJARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, i illoitorti, etc,   r>rt!ces, New
ter    Tfapp    Blook,    cornM
��� ; i  i (,riic   itr et i
Fire   Insurance
- - ���  ���."" v  I
Hartford Company
Incorporated 1S10.
Assets       -       -       -     $21,411,439.43
Assets
Connecticut Company
Incorporated 1850.
$6,195,758.69
Assets
Phenix Company
Incorporated 1858.
$9,141,546.04
true tic
Insurance Co. of North America
Assets       -       -       ���    $13,016,911.36
We reoresent the above old established and reliable companies, which have pain dollar for dollar In all great fifes nlnce their Incorporation.   Thej paid over flheen ra policy holders after   the   great
e New Westminster district they have settled all claim, promptly, honorably and without trouble  to the assured,   An example see th�� Eollowlsg Bres;���
San Fran'. . ii flre.   In I
At Burnaby
August 26th, 1908.
On   Sept.   8   Mr.   Clayton   ac
cnow-
lodged receipt of cheque for payment
of claim in full and arranged to
nsure
hi- new house with us,.
At Central Park
January  29th,  1908.
Mrs   Sandell, the assured, wrote on
Feb. 13:    "Your    cheque for the full
amount of the insurance was received
this morning."
At Coquitlam
June 24th, 1907.
Donald  .McLean,   the  assured,    on
June   28,   acknowledged   payment   of
loss:  "Thanks for cheque, dated June
28   ln settlement  for  loss   in  full."
At Sapperton
Bi pt, .th, 1908,
Writing from Winnipeg, .\in.i
shortly afte the destniotiori of the
Dynes store on Columbia street, .Mr.
T. E. Herron acknowledged "receipt
of cheiqua In fuM Battlement of _U
loss on the    uildlng."
P
Iu . ach of the above cases and In every other ca e
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where we have had a flre loss claim made upon us, the policy holders have been so well satisfied with the prompt an ', adequate settlement made by the com-
IF   YOUR   HOUSE
FURNITURE,
OR OTHER  PROPERTY
IS NOT INSURED,
SEE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia- St., New Westminster, B. C.
LIFE,
FIRE
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
20, 190..
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Special Sale
FORCE.
8 Packages for
25 cents.
ECLIPSE SOAP.
20c. per package; 3
packages for 50 cents.
Packages slightly damaged by water.
Gallon tins of Plums,
Peaches, Pears and Apples, per tin 25c.
EcHpSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &?
Lusby
BOWLING
Another competition for the Freeman Challenge trophy took place last
evening at tbe Westminster bowling
parlors, the result being that in the
m.-i game s.iver won from Murchle,
sustained his hold In tha --(...ml, aUd
lost again to Murchle in the third
contest.. The next competition is on!
Thursday. The fund raised by this
contest will assist the teams to ue
sent to tne bowling congress In Seat-
He.
First Ghami���Johudro, 433; Silver,
ins,   Emery, 402;   Latham,  454;   Mur-
Cllie,   lO'J.
Second (i.uiii���Johndro, 4us; j_a-
iiiam, 406; .viurchie, 437; Silver, 521.
Third Game���Murchle, 559; Latham,
135;  Johudro, 393; Silver,   lu;;.
Murchle's average was iso.
'���) lbs. creamery butter
for $1.00.
a-
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3 dozen selected eggs
for S1.00.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
SIXTY  WOMEN   FLEE
FROM   BURNING   BLOCK.
I
New- York, Jau. 19.���Flre start hi",
on one of ihe three upper floors of i
building on Broadway near Twelfth
street today will probably result in
the total destruction of the building,
which Is very Inflammable, Sixty women were employed by 41 factory on
the thre. upper Moors, and all of them
so lar as Known, escaped.
\\V make a specialty of   Iir   doors,
steamed and kiln dried.
First class apples, per
box $1.25.
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W. E. Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
C. A. WELSH
���The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Pncne 193 and 443.
j  J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
Family trade a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight str-ft
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
THE
ADVERTISE       e.
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DAILY        NEWS.
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Interurban   Line.
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Ci-rs   for  Vancouver  and    war
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stations  will run  every half-
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hour   from   5:50  a. m.     Last
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(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
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Cars   leave the   depot    every
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twenty  minutes  for  both  Sap
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perton and city limits over the
cltj l'.ne.
City Line: Cars leave tram S
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. vn. '��
Sapperton Line: Cars leave .���
at tpn minutes after the hour, *
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 4
a. m. ,   ti   KJIHJfl I
Sunday  Service   nair Dourly  lv- #
tween 8.30 am   and 11 p.m.
T!i<> funeral of the late John James
Lulu [aland on Friday, took place yesterday ui the oddfellows' cemetery.
Rev, .1   s   Henderson officiating, '
Tiie .funeral of Jan. 1   Shearer, aged
T'i, who   died    on    Monday    at   Port 1
Moody,  will  take place  this morning
to the I. O  O. F. cemetery,     Deceased
was a native of Scotland,
The 1, gular mei ting of the Board of
Trade will  he held tomorrow night.
The new room al the High School Is
ready lor the entrance class and a
teacher i- being now engaged, all children who passed Into ihe High School
at the recent entrarfce examinations 1
can commence studies at 9:30 a.m. to-j
morrow.
lu cmirty coun chambers yesterday
before His Honor Judge How,ay, an
application was made for payment out
and for older absolute garnishee and
eosis in the Hemphill vs. Blair &
Hemphill, garnishee, action. This was
in nl,' hy Mr. Ford, and J. I). Kenned)
acted for defendant. The order was
granted.
Willi  r. ference to  ;!>e hire of    the I
N'ewington   from   E. .1.   Fader  for  lei
breaking on th.   1 Ivei. 1 he Oil >  Coun-
ell lias passed a  vote for seven daj b
on application,  instead of five as al
ready   guaranteed    from  day   to  day.
Gilley  Brothers and the Western Fuel
Company,   who  brought  up  scows of
coa] for sale during the cold snap, will'
he aski .1 to assist, and there is little
doubt that either will cavil at the request, In fact, VV. ll. Gilley has stated-
1I1111 his Mini would 1101 hesitate to help
keep  the  river open    hould  the gov
ernments noi    assist   with    pecuniary
aid.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Orders   Taken   Foi
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIRI
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PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
To INCH EASE Your BUSINESS.
Th*? Beaver will not resume her run
till _��_( week, owing to the i('<' p��*"k
above the tHdge. it had been Intended1 to make an attempt to g. up
today, trot Inquiries show the river
to be frozen for milea around all the
innulr.g--.
���   Become
I of Them ?
If you die, wlll your family
be provided tor? No thoughtful man can let that question
remain unanswered, You owe
them the protection that life assurance gives.
The new Reserve Dividend
Policies of the
TheSun Life
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
furnish Endowments at Life
Rates. The guaranteed Cash
Surrender Values anil Paid-up
Values are exceptionally liberal,
in keeping with the other terms
of Iho policies.
See ns about these new policies.
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters
[ F.J. HART-CO., LTD.
Improved farm for Sale
BY   TENDER
Tenders will be received uy the undersigned ii]) to twelve o'clock noon,
January 20, 1909, for the purchase of
the whole or a portion of the farm of I
the Late J, A, Paterson, being part of
lot 139, group 2, New Westminster I
district, containing 120 acres more ori
less.
Tenders lo suite amount to he pail
in cash and terms required on the
balance This farm is conveniently
situated one mile from Ladner on
Trunk road, is ail under cultivation
and thoroughly under-drained, about
CO acres fronting ou Crescent Slough,
li has a new two-story nine-room
dwelling, with back kitchen and woodshed, all modern conveniences, furnace heated and electric lighted, new
barn B0-90, and barn 00x80; implement sheds, dwelling for hired, men,
driving  barn  and  other  outbuildings.
The highest or any tender not nee-
eBsarily accepted.
T. j. ARMSTRONG,
\gent for Executrix.
Drawi     ;���������.   \,.w Westminster.
[Collister's
January
CLEARING
SALE
4
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 avai
vourself   of the many money-saving opportunities
Some Exceptional Snnps in
Remnants of Dress Goods
About l-.", endi of Dress Goods which are to be clear.-.1 ..ui during
January Sal..     Some of these end    ��� ��� ��� red of seeing around, and
have no room to keep them nccupj   .in.   longei       Reductions   of   25   to
,,   piece.      If  you   are in  ned  oi   :   er cent   have been placed  upon
..   n,,y's  Clothes, Girls'   Dresses,  etc     ...     , ngth suitable foi a Waist   S
jusl have a lool    hrough these remni Von  can  save  money.
Hundreds of  Remnants of Staple Goods   cf   every   description   at   big   reductions...   Several   lots of Lace   Embroidery    and    Ribbon     Remnants.     ���
at low prices  to clear up the odds and ends.
at ���    <���$;
TH---~:r-'
Staple Lines at prices which denote Sharp Reductions.
11 pieces striped flannelettes 30 to 34 inches in
width. Regular prices 12 1-2 and 15. Sale price 10c.
10 pieces-of English Flannelettes in stripes,
fast colors, good qualities. Regular prices 20c.
Sale price 14c.
15 ends of English prints, muslin and cotton
tielacacies. Regular prices 15 to 20c. Sale price
10 l-2c.
300 yards of plain colored sateens and striped .Moreen. Regular price 20c.
Sale price 10c.
One lot English and Canadian Ginghams in dark and light colors mostly
striped patterns.    Regular price 15 and 20c.   Sale price 12 l-2c.
150 yards Twilled and Plain sheeting in white or unbleached 70 to 80 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 you
can use.   Try some at 3 Skeins for ]0c.
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Some Tempting Reductions   per yarj-'   The ���"������ ���'- <-���������� ���������.
on Laces and Embroideries ^ ja"a 10c
lhe Low Prices continue
at 3c per yard.
nn    lui of Laces and Flannel-
. tii  i Iglug; regular prices 5c to
.*���(';  now per yard  _c
At 5c per yard.
One in' of Pillow Lace, Torchon
Lace, Valenciennes l_.ee, etc.,
to clear out nil odd patterns In
the various widths and patterns
HonuIar prices Sc to L'ic; now,
per  yard    5c
At 8c per yard.
One lot of Guipure, Oriental and
Valenciennes insertions and laces. Regular price IL' l-2c, lac
and 20e; Bale price per yard 8c
At 10c per yard.
One lot of Cambric Edgings In-
sertlons, Laces ���f a|- dPSCr|p.
Mons.   Regular prices 15c to :i0c
on   all    Ready
Clothing.
to Wear
Ladies' Coats, skirts, Suits at
half price and less, In many instances there is no profit for us
selling goods.
175 Underskirts for $1 00
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at $3.45.
One lot of Ladies' Black Sateen
Moreen and Cotton Taffeta Un-
dorskirts made full In size with
fancy plaited frill. Ro-ruiar
prices $1.25 to $1.75; sab- Jir|t.,.
,a('h 11,00
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at 3.45
Regular   prices    10c  to   $4.75���
itout 60 of these popular . ki
in black and colors.      We ha, ���
always  considered  thei e  skli s
is being of the  best   vain,, b n
the   stock   is  over   heavy,   so  to
clear out this iot we quote a
price which will find them ready
purchasers. Regular prices $4.0<-'
to |4.75;  to clear al    $3.4!
aSome   serviceable
Skirts at $4.95.
Dres
One lot of Ladles- Dress Skirts
Of tbe Very hist materials am
newest styles. Cloths used ar-
Vicunas, Venetians, plain Hour'
-puns, striped and checked
Tweeds in almost all colors. E>
pry skirt is tailor-made .and up
to the usual standard of our p_-
inents. Regular prices $7..">0 to
112.60.      Now    $4-^'
W. S. Collister.& Co.
 THE  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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