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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phoc�� 85
-^la.lve Llbrarv
LIFE
ASSURANCE
kWHITE/.SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
vo
,1'MK 4. NUMBER  18,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY   .1A NT ARY 22, 1909.
m&s&t Md
iPEECH FROM THE THRONE
IS DELIVERED AT OTTAWA
BHHIHS 'CCfSS    lOllrWtSlHlta:       DiDiimnij qfd r nnf
formal Address Reviews Important Events of Past Few
Months.-Foster Prepares for Extra Busy Time and
Will Present Thirty-three Notices of Motion.
Resident Appeals  to Board Map of MacKenzie & Mann's
of Trade.-B.C. E.R. Rates:    New Line Shows Routo to
Criticized. City.
in  th,. a iseni
Cunningham, tin
1.,;,  .    [11 ,
of    Presidenl
Jan. 21.   Tlie formal open-
first session of the eleven :
;; uueni oi Canada  took place at a
U ,rK this: afternoon  with  the usual
| ceremonies,
H.   .Mi Inti i".   M.   I'.,    of  Sutiih
. [he  new deputy  speaker ni
���...a
he tiis'  day's order  , apei   on  the
in ,,iis  i,nit,iin-  7S ' notices  ol   mo
1  wh .a   : : -'.'lid  iu ihe nan,,, ol
i:   Foi One of tli. .
hould im longi ���   , ���
ii r proper  sin... ..-
a.I  Rnancl il   lurd
.   ���   a .,,' her i xti nl. ;  c
^     Ott .....      ,  .      xhe route proposed
' j _J  M< :, ���,,. g Mann on the
vice-president, J.  A. .,,,.������.__            ^  Wmont       y_.
sided at the monthly meeting,ko_  & p, .^  yellowhead
md purchast i home \��1 ""' ^ *** T    �� t0 Va��� *��** <"��� ��� ���* now
1I1U     pUILO���_,','     ll.llll.'-       P||,.r,.     \\,.1|.     -ai'S    ,,���     VY       11       ('.     1," ���
-���ad, has  created  a  now  source of 2Z, G. E   MarUn   J   B t^.���^ ^ appr��Val 0t ^ "^
revenue that will be sufficient to bear M< \V. Minthorne, w   E   McLeod, W.
the cost oi'tho railway to Hudson baj |T. Reid, H. Ryrall, T. II. Smith, II. T.
Distinguished Gathering Present When  Lieut.-Governor
Dunsmuir Delivers Speech from the Throne.    Reference Made to Simon Fraser Centenary.���Bowser
Introduces Magistrate's Act.
ol pre-emptions
jof   railways.       The   Grand  Trunk   Pa>
-if c is also proposing the building of
without  burdening the   ordinary rev-j TnrIfti and A. E. Wnlll, secretary. J "�����.        J   h Vancouver, but has
rnue        Prom   Rem-ml.--   ,    ���.,,  ���   ,,,.- * -Ol   \*e|   filed  '.in-  plans  0   the  mute it
' ���     ���      '���'   ' !    1,   Winn   til. -I',      ...,,,.,,,.,    >,..,.,,.,   .,,,,;-   ,,|.,,.,    ,���,
act came Into force   until   i-,,,,,,, ���  i ! P��-0-ipal debate took plac.   on   ,���,,.    , .     ft   meantime
' Januarj   1, the announcement    of   the Canadian  lh��� ........ .,   ..���,.������ .  ,,.,...    ,,���.
'     '"   l�� ��--tio*" and   purcha , ,1   N,���,���,.,.,   ,._������,���,,    lanfl ,() bnlw l0 Edmonton' *ukon ��  p*c'^ ���-''��"
homesteads   hav,.   amounted   to ov_rt���e (-oast via New Westminster.   Ac
two million acres, all subject to home-1ce88 t0 !h���  Pen,bcrton  Meadows was|0ons whicfl
the subject of a lengthy letter from a
stead  -. itlemenl  condli lo
Immigration.
' The  total   volume of    iuiniig
has  not  reai bed    the    li gh io   re
irevlous    years,   iu       I       numbei  ol
resident,
Cr.nadian Northern   Plans.
c. lv  Martin intn dm ed the ma ter
i i the C, N. R. plans, and -aid an at-
_.'i-,   was held ap    for two    weeks to
await  the submission    ol  any  i   je<
may  : e    offered  thi reto,
None !,.,'.   .. ��� .   been rect -1 I,
Th. rout. ai I from Tete J
Cache, on tin nub. fork of lhe I'
river at o: , \. n.iw in ad pass, and
lo tin north , rk of the
Thonv,.so:: i ossing east of Lytton to
the south oi the Fraser river, and
south of the C. P. R, li tht n   ���
at ti
iiiark,
Dorci
riven
by th.
clal le,'
The Speed*.
,,   imn ih,- throne
nti. men of the Hoti i |
in   .veleoming  you
, .   ,-oui   dutte   ui  tli"
if   a   ::��� W    pari   Ulli 111    i
acknowledge  with    devout
ihe   abundani    ha \ ��� -
Ul I' .���,   :  . .���������  ���
d by  Royalty.
���      i:
':..     I',111..      ���
'     ���
Q . Centi na-...       ll
.
ovln-
dal ...
ada, A "lis and   d
United
munw iiiiis iii,'
varfovV Briti ih empire to
eiicMb   ��� throne "i  his
llaaJS 111     '     '
reseaii i    the    Unlti d King
dO_r'
Africa
"'e gi ;;.'���'.
Praaii ,,* States with
sh'pii three nnl
*etV-ti
casiop ,,..,  of
lucrea
Important Treaties.
^^B   .'    inni'li pl.-asiire un
lag |b . latlng to the
___���
'    '���'"        "     on in.,, ;    tempt   should  be  mad-  to obtain the
1   land    :"      '    ���'  full)   maintained   Canadian  Northern terminus hen    ll"
lhe last  season, and owing to  nought   the   matter should   be  taken
��� ���     closer supervision or the Im- up  by a   special  commit! e,  and  th. to a point opposite Westminster close-
nclvof the public service  advantas   -  of th,   p.      drawn  ...  the :    .  ,, : . riv,     lhro   ,,   g
'    "-     "'  ""����� iiiliabi- ':::.��� ii ,,:    the    , omoton   -       i chilliwat      and    R ...  ilde      ���
,ims '"' Canada seeul    "' ���* ^ me!road. Matsqui |    u'    '
v"   i:   '       '   - ' ..l  . nd   i
i in   theii   an  ation      i ild    e drawn        nj        .    . ,      ,,  ���,
to de. p wati    close i ��� e,        ag    iay be mad     ij   the [in  i nl
' ��� ; "'   "��� ' ";  -uil - or on the company's own ira.
ing wharves,  without     the rtecaj     to ���;,   .:;llil..        ,    ; Q( 0- ,
If noi a-jellng along th     G e it   \'t
should   certainly tracks    to tin       .��� iti rn      ound
Victoria, Jan.
li iii an h.nii of
iliiid  session of
21. - rnii;    wiUiin  In ihe i.i.-i thai British Columbia fruit-
tht   ,',,.ni)i: ol   iho  growers ivon several thousand dollars
the  eleventh   parlla-|ln 1"'i7','s :i; the Spokane apple show,
ment ol British Columbia, rain poured!
the f. ait    w,as   i��� competition
^^__^______       ._.,__- .   ,win' aclpal frult-gTowing states
orrenu at the capital today.      A. i���, ;1,.  ll];;, ,  S;a,(,s
..  | ist two o'clock the sun peeped
���       I time. Budding of Roads.
Ills    Excellence    Ueul Gov,    Dun '       '     ' develoBm��-t ol Uie.prov.
uuli  .,:       . .      .    parltameni  build- ,���    n" ^<"^"�� of settlement
... i ii.   Fifth regimen,
.... . ,.i honor, Cap    \\
..,,. Sixth   .: Imeui
was also pre.scni among  the  mil
ill-trit        _ec    . .  ;,,.   the
iconsuuctlou    ...    road . .     ;ul,i
hi i.
��� -   no    mall  addl-
o u
Opium  Traffic.
The    :..v... amem    of    the    I nited
will-
,    ,    p  itivg ol     lies in sail watei
Canada among   it-    delegates  lo  ih"!;';''   terminus,   lh
:; ,;..'',     til
th      .... govern-'--  miles of waterlroii;   in
: ���    | |   10   Well 01]
11 of Canada
ing Importance, and on its recommen-
ivas, Vancouver cltj*.    This will allow of Its
���   '��� i'  in Ing the Ureal N'ortlu   n I racks
' '   terminals, ngements
Tli       ,   . oo li .iv   th'
| attention of the company to lhe facts  matters location plans of
Manj     ladii ���    were    present
ig ih.  invitt d guests.     Mr. \., la
il,      ,i came ovei from
Vain .n tial appear
ve ol ihi   iiou
i'.-.n.    Ho wa ��� ed In full
ml
\,    ill   clo  lh
ech fro.ii    In   th on     which
li,-   I, ' tor  delivered  Ul
.list in. tl.     and     �� :    , vei
I ] ,.!\ :-. ,,'   w 0   ,1   . ,,,'.. -"    .1 :  IS   I I),
:        :       null     '     ���' ,    "��
.   house will a   out.   pi oi    tl
r ���:,    lie    add i   -     in    repl        The
I honor of moving this has tin   session
[en    o lir-   nu '.'.��� '   for  Colin   ile
___________ , H. G, Parson   and will    c seconded bj
"''' le f.'r thai pu ...
^k%%m ���   : i.  I ���������. i
I nib r    ih.-    rules    : ������
irk Duvey.      111.' house will hear the
.'
'
a:ou:   the  city,
���   a       . . Ion
Dominion   parliameni   made,
and
Inn
a-K
:'i,r   ,
hoice    ��a-
new road m isl  follow a I in   uol
than  a mile  distan    I om    h,    route
-. -."; ." 1   In       e   l oute   man.       The
present  map is on    uch a small   -   ill
that it does noi - how the pn
it  which Ui" mad will strike the       '
boundai j of Vancoin er      Th       ie on
the map is n il carried Into the i
o th     this Is o\ i.|. ni;. ���, ii
[or   flltUl        < "ii dderalion.
:'    company Is tb     ���   thi   Gi       N'oi
th-'in route.
i Ion  lhe government of the United
...  appointed a
I I   ih	
I ���, Pemberton   Meadows.
,;   ���������     o.i:.      ��� ���  Canada panic!        k ' ,n- l";''     ��� n     ' celved fro u  P
.,  ���  ,   ,,   ojani ni  i Uab- ���'���   Dl ,'11""1' ��� ":   '' :-'" """   Moadows,
��� , ,   (Ion of the in   urging the opening up of comm mica-
,-,,     vgrlcull . with  the valley in onler to ������ n
it.-    headquarters   al    Rome, an I dei* it tributary to Westminster
it of In ��� ilon.   rn      Th,   writer sal I the di trlcl wanti d
0I   ,    ,,..,]   an ."nl' i to ; produce, .-.
"i   ���     plays   so     g i    ,.'    .       I!   .-   "Il!'d   '"'   "''J-"''.'"!      ���'>'   iowerina   ���'.)������	
thn    imons  the  IS
adht ring  to the Institute recog-' n 0
ol ('ana,i.r   agricultural Impor    o rf\w\t(\\J   .TIJ?'   CCkf n
hown    "������ ���v>;,"'l of i LuItIUa-AILIN -CAI. s
. ur i ppresontatlvi -    to some of    the   v ��
. -���  .iiii.o- nf tli.. instituti : O O
Hon-os Abroad. ; *        It is stated on good  authority that should \\. o
cniiimit- ��� Sloan, M. P., abandon  his seat in Comax-Atlin  to 5
���;':"'"'Sl"^ ana& ' ' ''   ��� :"!'| ��� find room for Hon. William Templeman, the Con- g
'    i"'l a  lota    de.siriiciioii   il  lift   and' _ ' .      .   .    -
necedented 5 servatives will place Jion. Dr. Young,  Provincial
������' '������'���"' '���'' :"'  lon= "' o Secretary, in nt)inination asrainst him.
oo,l     mvl   ���
O*C40*0��W0*-4O*0*O��0 C��^O��0��O*0*0_*0*)O��OtOfO4O
of tli     li    ite on Mon lay, Tht
ifflclal     Hn ier    at   (!o\ ei nnieni
1. Ivon to thi   iiiembei    this
o\. ulng,
Speech   From   the   Throne.
In h     speech I om  lhe   hrono,  in-.
Hon,,-    I "iii lovel nor   Hun niiiii
aid:
Mr. Sp. nker and  genth men of the
:. ' : Inl Ivt   assembly
"Ii affords    me uiuoh    pleasu      in
iii,     , itablishmeni    ol   at b
..���; .   nnd   the  surveying  of  lai ce
ureas ni ai   > iltural Lands, have ren
. \ raordinarj    expenditure lin-
. ratlve during the recess,     i'on will,
e ted to confirm certain
���      .  icnn nts    made    under    the au-
 il  warrant
Progress  of  Rupert,
,    1     ;       .,".,:  ,,i|.    betWi ��� II    ill}       ���"
.,     ���   .:, and Ti uuk Pa.   ,���
1     1    lecting the tom
urveying,
. .
.1 . itlsfacto
"in   .   "    .     ���       "i
.  . I.'inatid i
giitlon ... .   ���     ���
1 \   ,a ton of : ha fruii grow
.���ou will   e asked to ct
.  Hi., iiioi.  effectual and
. rjulta 1  ...   :    .     watei
1:.     a.'tt   . oil II : ai
Crrat 1011   of  New   Department.
lie    cl   'a   ',! ..' 1 lie Iii     ue   Ion
.    ,-.   ia.    '...    he <     1 mi i   . ���
1 : na   of work        1     '..   a   |.'i    In  fori
.. mini ilei  .a  wo: I.- api) iltited.    1'
, mfldt 11      ��� xpocted  thai   ihs now
ranj ement �� ill be foun I ��� it. ������: li
llting tli" public    - 1 ��� Ice  In  en
uection wi.li ;h" public lands and I'
  __rr.vlng  mil   ni'  imlil.e   works
ting you a. lhe opening of an lhe,      ,.The  .,��� ,,,. ;l,���,������lls  ,,ir , h,       .
;' to congratulate you n, ,,   , .,,  wl��� ,,  ft| ���  -^
n   the  pro   ���     .     tt li rh  has   pre . ,i ���
udiiced   my
��� ami ai to off  ��� a --,'  for the
Immediate    -  I u    hundreds of
e| 0V0*
on;.
1   l"'"n   ll,',u'" "      : ni lands Of sufferers who were help-
-;'n"!",l""< ;|"1 ""��� "'"    I.      again I   fai  nnd all U   conse-
1 ""��� ' "|:,':| 's,:'-"^ of Amer   qi| ���,    horr0l.8.      ���  confidently    hope
now   awaiting ratification.|tUal you will ;,,,,���,������ lta a(.;���,II
In  pursuance ol  an announci mi ai
:. during the com hiding -���    Ion ol
pai ii,mi.'in. a commission Wa   ap
pointed to examini   the various lines
'���'  lie 1 ongl ai'llal    I
1 veil 111 an arnica  li
1    trust    will remove
���   1 the treaty many
in ih,. field of controversy,
'""l Papers relating to   hi
���   laid  hi tore \ oil  in duo
I of i.iiluay  connected  with  tha Inter
meeting you at lhe opening of another
11 la >
 ^B^^
vailed throii l lie province dui Ing
: ,���   pa     ''..     ind the Indical Ions ol
com Inunl progn     �� hlch a ������ manlf< si
  ��� on   hand.
Reference  to   Ferm.'.
Pile ulmo ��� . ..ii.,.I.  ������   |t       11 of
r ��� ���  1)  flre, though It cau    i    ���
1    ,. att alo'ii   the luiloni
liable   ��� nei i \   i ud   i rttei prls.   ol   i In
pepple of Hi province, ami r<    :       In
,
11   you "a. as well as
roi  ' hi  c mi ug year,
ill     :..  yo u 1   tl el 1 he ra
.   u ... a.. that 1'"
1 Imate
in
li.insi hav.  ^^^
w ill   n .-nl'   , ���   ng   the u ���
and  pro   ...    ���   of th.   ohm Ini   .
\;   1 he     .. II <lf I c|]
I. ' 111. nUlll li               '.ott . i|     ,���:
.       ,:,'..
-ishop  Reads Prayer.
Rlgill    Reverend   W    W.
Pi
than a y< ar ago thi
��� !     " Id  entered  Into a
# ��� i-clal,  Industrial and
Ion which ma} noi yet
'' "1} spent it.s force; Blgns
however, thai it is gradually
-ii Isi ii  is hardly di*
' owing lo the abundance
:"'   of  hi .���   1 esources  Can-
!'p 1 .i  i....   .than  other ua-
- -epii     "ii has serlousl) af
1'adt', iiroducing an ainire-
���   a   in  public revenue,
| exceptional caution In
1 ion ,,i the national af-
'i-nsportation   Facilities.
rapid  -��� ul.'incut   of  the now
s calls for new lines of trans-
'n'     Th.: construction of   the
'"'"'���"lul railway has been vig
'    'i    forward    during the
i'h.. line was open tot '.he
of ih,. crops  from Winnipeg
Battle river, a distance of 876
"��� "my surveys for a railway
'in wheat fields to Ilud
-  are  being  pushed   forward.
have been  al   work nine.' An
Upon their report ll  will
"���   '" reach  a decision as to
'"'il    tO he  followed nnd the
���  cost,
"'-''w Source  of   Revenue.
'revision    of    the  Dominion
of  la-t   s.s-lnn   for  lhe   Bale
ulonlal  rallwaj and  which might hi
' valuable fi e It i - thereto.       Th
...:  of    this. . oiiimis-ion has  been
ret ��� i,���".!  and    wlll   be    place I   before
\ ou
Marine Investigation.
���'I he   i ommissionev    appointed   tor
Investigation Into the conduct of officers In the departmenl of marine an l
ii Iii  leg Ins concluded hla labor, but.
lever, Is expected at an early date .mdF
level dl   i.i ile U lo u I  lake   cleai lui
il... upper rivor of jambs and logs, nn
��� led ric  rallwaj   uf .'7  miles   long lo
Llpella al the head of, Harrison lak.,
ami tin-ii connection bj boat with ihe
city.   Through  the kindness of .1.   B.
Kennedy, es VI, P. lasi session an  .
pro,u .ai Ion  .     (3000    ad   ' e, n   voted
ami  spent   Iii clearing  the  upper  I.II
looel   river of jambs.
m. W, Minthorne   said the Brook
Scanlon  I ber companj   was  Bpeml
iinr a large    im of mon.} cleai Ing the
jambs on the upper river In orrjer ioj,r i��� by  W*l*r,   und
'.;��� 1    Itl    lo:        ml
Thi board endorsed the requests and
nril-it .1 -t-.iaa,. .-.id .ii..: oji|_io ,1   I). Ta.\-
Pi,,,-   m,  |>���  aiiil* JBtf-,'S<l*��l  members,
Hon, !���'. cai'toi i.'ofi-uj Hi'   i   Manson
tig o liits commissioners, i,;vy will
',,     uppi ou. iii!.. nmli tei   cou
lug of ih" president, vlci piesldent
and secretary. They will al n d I
tt Ith the npplli itions lo I ie Boai .1 of
i: lilwu.t Commissioners, and rel ir nc,
n ��� also made to i ho condli ion of i be
tj x. It. mad ironi tin boundary, be
l'or.'  the      i      ,i   was   |.as-,.||   ..n
Water Charges.
i n the lion     , ,��� . lorn a,.a,   i his
���>, ll .,,' Introduci d a bill strengthening
i ii,- - pet dy ' ebuilding of ' he t
a   more    ub tanilal    i alt        M    stiv
,'i nnieni tooli |i ompl measures foi the
relief of the  municipality und  Indiyl
dual   BUffere        and   J Oil   w ill   be H       'I
io upproi....    in )i ad Ion.     Me
Of   sympathy    w ar   l'0C6l\.   i       0111   bis
ii |i ��� ty   ih.   King  ami  hla excell ni
i ib,. i;.ii> i ma i. ne   il,  .md   iioai   various pan    ol Canada as well   >��� from|railways, mining
' Uroul   Britain,   V tl  i .alia   and   ill"  Ini:  | nlclpill  lliatti
on | ,  n..   BI  In,'   Ol     ' lollimhlll,     tt ho   was
��� on   ill ii "i    ii Ills i ihi   iii ..iii.- .
; ��� lid   i ii"   l" i   ��� ,
\  io..linn iij   Pr. inter McBride tl i
ili.. v.iti , ami  proceedings of (hi
bt   pi In ti il, ttas i arrled.     Selet i
in | . om ultti.     were    appoint.
a    follow i        San. lin.: orders an :  pi'
��� ate  bllN,   public   accounts    prlutln i
ugi (culture nnd mu-
.���d States, came assistance and  syiU'
liathy for < hi   ��� ul terers.
Simon   Fra-er  Centenary.
"The tercen   na j , eh n u ion ol tha
founding of Qui bee, and lh< , ��� ntenai i
iho
ivhan received will be placed in your
bunds, a measure will be submitted
ti you, iias..ii ii|iiin similar legislation
enacted in 1906, bj i he parliament of
the railed Kingdom, aiming at repression of the payment of secret
commissions and gratuities on both
public ami private business. You
will be asked to consider measures
relative to insurance, the ��*1 vil service,
Immigration, naturalization, and other
sul.Jects.
Economy and Efficiency.
"Gentlemen of the house of commons, the accounts of the last year
will he laid before you. The estimates
tor the coming year will he submitted
at in iiirly date. They have been
prepared with a due regard for economy consistent with ihe requirements
of the public service.
"Honorable gentlemen of the Benate,
gentlemen of the hmise of commons,
l pray divine Providence, that it may
guide your deliberations and that they
may lend to a further Increase In the
prosperity of our country nnd lhe well-
being of our people."
I
Railway Matters.
Th..  iiii.iid. v.l.ivj'ilv.a}  Comnil" Ion
ers ma}  hold,. - sfission In tho   cltj
wht.11 the* r.at'h the Pacific coast at
il n,T*Ar._-rbrnai;y.     G.   K.   Martin
;,i,l il,.if titfUHiioii ������.hould in drawn
to the 3_rjaJ_TOB -of thi- Delta high
way, ot' wnlc^^thjijBtlon has been pro-
tracted ln'*the courts With th�� V., V.
,v _ railway. Another matter required their attention, the exorbitant
rftta of transportation over the B, <'.
B.  H.  io  Vancouver,   ;!.".  cents   single
fan
the
tho position of the shipper In sending ]ol   I'Vaaer's   overland   journ*y
ib"   board   eu IPacific, and   dl covery  of  the   Fraaer
dorsed the proposal, referring li to ;ii    river were two notu lis events of the
iropei authorltli pasi yoar,      Vi Ihe fortnei II waa my
Deputy    Po 'in.o :��� i o.'io'iai     K   \l [privilege to    epivseni   British  Colum
Coulter  replied  lo the lasi   i imunl    na,  and   io donate  on  behalf ol   the
cation wiih reference lo free postal province a aba mtlnl sum to the fund
delivery in the city. 10. Qoul_l Bald fior the pn ervatlon and natlonallsa
ii, hoard Bhould do all thej could to Ition of i Ij ��� - Quebec uattlefl-ld-. .My
expldlte matters.   The iiosial commit-1 goverumeni   was  also nailed  upon   it)
Magistrates Act.
i in tn    nn of 1 Ion   W   .1.  I'.o.<.
ittorni y-generul,  f h     VlagUtra
hi    h a     i.i    odllCed   and   i -ii.|   I'tir   111"
lirsl   time,
Mlnrat"i   of   Kin iiit-<���    Tatlow    pn
��� nti -I id   Rnnnclal nccotint, n length}
document Df b comiirt hensh .��� muur..
'I'll ���  hoiIBi    ., Ijoiiriiid   Until   2 o't'l". .
loltiDrrnw  nfterlloon.
tee will  lo.ep the matter In  hand
Transportation Matters.
Tli.. navigation committee reported
th" negotiations dealing with keeping
up tho navigation   of the v\n- open)
and   through  W.   It.  Cllloy   announced
the appointment "f .1  pilot  for the
port.
Tho special committee appointed to
deal   with    transportation   trtth   ihe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ r.-inai'.in Pncifie Ifiiluav olllcials, will
an,I 60 cents return. He claimed I m> , r them early in the next week,
discrimination against    the city] and Mr,  Gilley  mentioned    that   they
was ,-i very serious matter. He! should endeavor to obtain iho Char
thought also it was a higher rate than -ier for tho summer run from Vlotoril
other places In Canada for such ser
THRKE BiSHCIUIJ. GAMKS
AT C0I1E6E ON SATURDAY
assist in lb" wry successful eolfhrn-
tlon of the Simon Kia ei , ��� ntonarj nl
\ow   Westminster.
"ll   ||   in\   -ad  duty   to  rfifi l
death   of     ii, .\    ' si ..fui".I     i md
gnished predecessor In office, Sli lien��� I will be plavod
ri Joly de l.otblnl_re, whose demise I moderates1 cons
was regarded throughaul the DominionIaim have a ga-  ��� ��,.,.[, from Bat-
as n national loss. His amiability, unlay with the Vancouver Y. m. c. a.
courtesy and kindnesses la private -bis evening the Columbian College
life, and his gterllng qualities us a yterarj Societ. will glfe its first en
nofblto tnai won tor him tha love and tertslnment of the new year, when the
icstieot of all classes, and his memory j gtapleford so-olarshlp will be pr*
���III long be chorlshid by Qanadians.jsented   to N. 0. Kenny   by Rev, .\li
'i'li.   in:, i im lllate  soccer loam of lb.
[college bus a game scheduled tor tp
to the morrow with the Shamrocks ot Van
dlstln-jcouver,  but  ii   is  Improbable thai  It
iiiilt'ss    the  w. ather
derably.     The    boys.
o West minster.
might  he cut almost  In two.
A. BJ. White thought the question
of jnrisdicllou over tramways Would
arise with  the commission.
,1. A. Lee believe,] that the r.tito had
not been reduced out of some protection rn the West minster merchants.
As it was felt the condition of the
Interurban rate should be placed h"
fore  the  P   C.   E.   R,   officials    before
Australian Custom*.
A communication wns received from
the Comptr6ller-Q-nenal ��f the ov,m
monwi'iilth of Australia with reference
to iho requirr-menis of the Australian
customs, In connection with lhe value
for duty of good* liable to ad valorem
rates.      Tho schedule iet out  thai   in
(Continued on Page 8.)
Congratulations -to Fruitgrowers.
"I have again to   congratulate the
horticulturists Of ihe province on the
remarkable success theyhftve achieved
with British Columbia fruit nt the exhibitions In Great Britain. The minister Of finance nnd agriculture, who
assisted in the work ibis year, Ik also
to he congratulated on the favorable
Impression mad,- by him upon the
press and public of the Moiti.'ilaiid.
I musl ai o "\pr. -s my gratification
Stapleford, of Vancouver,
The basketball mulches arranged to
take id-it-, in the gymnasium tomor
row will   make a crowded   evening
Thre,    games     with   tennis     from   Ih-
cin isi church brigade, Vancouver, will
be played against quintettes selected
from the aiiendants of the different
gymnasium classes, and besides a
game tnnj be played with the employed buys' team of the Vancouver
Y. Xf, C, A. nnd the college Junior five.
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PAGE TWO.
IHE D__II,Y NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY :*
Warned -> uSTw i QUAKE DESTROYS       !
SIX HUNDRED HOMES
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| for Sale ���:��� Io Rent ���:- Etc. ���
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WATEB
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SOUND
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office.
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WANTED���A    fl
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Houses in Smyra Razed to
the Ground ��� Inhabitants
Flee to Mountains.
WANTED ��� Janitor     for     W<
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-   i .u al  ..  ���
- ��� [tj ; raliry $60  n. ml
���:.- received till noon ol
. rd  Inst     K. ht i n - tary.
DStantln 21.���E
:
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re ben d I and Un
- to  the
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ued  *.    ��� ���     lays.     .
liable con erning tbe
' er of fatalities.
:'.- m    Ph and Smyra
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO
Supposition
sunlight
soap
five
CAS
cents a bar
ihe   Sunlight  way.
pure    soap,    without
chemicals,     it    saves
toil   common    soaps
compel.       Get    Sunlight   Soap
and   follow   directions.
Use   it
Simply
harmful
all   the
One Dozen Bone Hair Pins        ���
��� ;::'.   capital   rea Ij   to   in   su-
li ultimate  In      m mts   I in
���. ..       or mines���ln British Colum-
\:..- -- .:. :.   ���    istanci   siui      ... . ed by,
particulars,     Capital,'      ire   ol   tn_  trembler yesterday, and that the
.     &  Co     M     ������  '�� Bank  build-                  ..   ���   M-__-e,
ng   Vancouver,                                                           of the Inti
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.- \NTED���Po-ltlo
d  to
'.v work.   Apply A. B., '...   offlce.j
i ������ ������ trbandes    in    Tayaba
LOST   Bootch pebble brooch.   Find.-:     - confirmed   today t
return  '.'j  Dall    -'������ ���      office,
tOUND���Purse   containing    Bum   ol
money,    etc.r    owner   can   receh
same by prov.n^ property and paying  for  this  advertisc-men*.    A] .
David Saunders, corner of G I .... -
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
We are still giving these grand
bargains. As you
will notice below
these prices, for the, I
���quality of goods '
shown, are something out of the or-
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Vancouver Power
Coapaj, Umi
NOTICE  .
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made to th	
Count.:.
Company, Limited   .
-.iticate of A] provai    I
���   i -   ���
-;on of a lama
in
FUEE
With every box of IDEAL SOAP.   Price. 35 cents.
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DRUG
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great
lost of  tho
��� i     y flood
nloo
ol a large mountain lake.
Tl ������ r. "     ���   . ilcano
WANTED���Nursemaid from    1 to    6
Apply   Mrs.   John   Brydges,     v   D
Carnarvon and Elliott streets.
TO RENT���One large furnished   bed
room, n.-ar library, Bultable for two
Also two small ones.    Rent reason-
,   Apply 2ST Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse g r!; services required from 1 to li p.m. .Mrs. Dr
.lonea, Royal avenue
TO    RENT���Suite    furnished    n   I
iltable for light housekeeping. Ap
ply t0 Alex. S;.'eck.
V liSTMlNST E E KMPLOVHKNT
AGENCY���Under new mana5=me-ii,
-.'66 Columbia street, Phone -tits, l-.o
box 807. Can supply you with oil
tilnds of help promptly, frtts of
charge. Branch office, 107 ''��� rdova
st-eet west, Phone A 27",0, Vancou-
f-7, B. C.
PERSONAL���Gentlem ..������ :���
Ing fairly Bood ' uslne - ���
would like    to    ��� I    with a
yount; lady. Address in tht
Insance to .\ H. I... Daily Nev
flcv, New Westminster, Ll. C,
At MOREY'S \
dinary and this is a i
however,      , " -. II
chance tor   every!
good housewife to
grasp.    Nothing i
pays like cash buy-,;
ing.
811818
M w ��
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Lumbe
A Splendid line of First
Class Stationery Pa-
peteries.
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m
Manufacturers and Dtaiers in AU Kinds ot
',   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash.
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
jFish and Fruit Boxe*��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
���
lag.
It is Inl
:���������
i nd 1
Doors,
Pads  and  Envelopes
in Eaton-Hurlbut's be.
erades.
-
-   _ $1.15
I
,-.nd is
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
PERSONAL���Will 1.. J. Price, to mer.
ly ol Agnea treet city, please call
at The Daily News office for lettt i
PERSONAL���Young lady, a recent arrival in this city, would like to make
tin- acquaintance of a genti-man of
lead} halms and with Borne means
Address "Bertha,"    Dally News Of-
TO RENT���A tni-lshed urns, for 3
months; board owner. Apply 215
Twelfth  street, between   Fifth  and
Sixth avenues.
; Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
| Telephonf;^12.
New Westminster
*T
IVSorfcy's
BIG BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Z^04C-4C4C^C4<X>4-l9^4C-404Cr4C  00C0O000_4O*CCOO0C*C*r.*ri��O
Choice Meats
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner KlghLn St. ano    Rfth Avenue
PHON-   370
BOWELL & ODDt.  l-toDrietor-
A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
D
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Tapioca foi 25c
5 lbs. Sago 1
try Food fi    -
3 pkga   i torn Sts     .   ��� ��� 25c
iui ���'      - irch for 25c.
1 bottl- -lush- ��� u i Catsup, _5r.
7 pkg    Forci   :     25c
Cambrl Ige Wafers, 25c per tin,
8 txan   No. 1 Laundry Soap for 25c,
S bar., fin   T     et ry-)ap for 26a
3 lbi   ���    ' .���  T        Bui      for $1.00.
3 bottle   ,,   Pickles tor 50c
3 bottlen of \Y_r_e_ter Sauce for _6c.
tins of Ft Bh Herring tor 25c.
1 tin of Canned Rabbi*, for -Oc.
White Star Brand Baking Powder.
20c per tin.
Blui   ':    . Powder,
ier tin
2
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o
Accounts of Organizations
' hurch  Societies, Fraternal Org Clubs,  Trade   ]'i-
and Business  Asst ���.-���.. .... le   to
have *3'ir;)l'i- funds ir. ;i 3avi ...     ��� ��� ���
two or more of I
We ma',:.- a specialty of thi --
CONSULT  WITH   US TODAY
details explaining our
will
plea   >d
fu
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW  WZSTMINSTER, B. C.
r.   B.  LYLE.   Manager.
C*O*O*_*<-*O*O0*_*C��O��O*O*0  _��� j*O*O*O*O*O0*0*O*0*C>*O*O
���
,   20c
10
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining In fivor every day.    Our output last year -u double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
-��
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1317.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RE8ERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throuubout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In  London,   Dnglantt,
New  York, Chicago anil  SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Ueo-
eral Hauklug  UuHltieas Transact>d.
.fittert of Credit Usued. available wl U. correspondents In all uarti of Uie
World.
*_..��,,.  Bank  Department.     Depot-Its  received In suma of $1 a_c. upwtrli,
and Interest r.llowetl at 3 per cei        i   mnum (present rate).
To����'   Assets over $1C8,000.000.00.
A Little Good Coal
-*��' ft big, hot fir.' wh.n a lot
of pooi coal Bends out no heat
a-, all. It Ii economical to buy
our coal, because it is clean,
'���i best, makes most heat!
leaves very little ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grades. w- oellver it. to any
part of the city. Fun weight
always Telephone your order
to int.
N
raising ��� I tl
acr>        I   -   Ich the
vi   ild not es      \ \
dm ���
���
.   1   :.   I    II
I er   i< re.
It  Is   propot
from  Lake Ci
d  be utlliz   ���
power  required  i
iurther on :
an I al
... o to
of th
tion of and
it,
...
roval ol
or in Coin
o f A
glvel i pro
Tht   --"...     . ���        11   ���
ing Is   .  o_l   >. ������������ ���
The Power Com
subs 'rlbed   bet
���"i, ���   1. tion
J.    aklng ai. i ��������� ��� ���
of the i o-
h}   the Wati
Act  1.97 Par. IV, o
than - oi on-   loi i ��"���
the turther amoun
I'd  to fully conn1-' '���   '"���
taking will be ; rovl
lundred and ninetj a ne
lar.s  i$niH.rifiO>  to be   made b)
liritish    Columbia    Electtli
Company, Limited, to th
pany to be secured by Mo -1-'
oi  the Power  Companj   In  ���
or decimal eurrem
or by  such Othi
m.i} : .��� agreed   ;" n
parties,
The time within -- d
ther capital of on
($1,000)  is rn b
la 1
months from th
certificate ol ���
Ins, and work-
I'h" said underta
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certll
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
i of obtaining a
| to the same and th
I be in operation within
date of commenceroenl
uch app
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nil   '"'
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Q. D. BRTMNER. Mui-gsr
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK     |
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK   AND  STORE FITTERS.
Builders of mi  i,_ Furniture,
Mantle
Worki: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE V
Pamily Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Blackl. street.
And   ui"m
usual and necessar;
and effectually carr;
proposed further und
applied for.
Dated at the Cit) ot vW��
the Province of British
24th day of Decembe
VANCOUVER    POWER
LTD.
R. It. Sperling, <;"'
-"   D    a,
coiH|
oral &
Japanese Employngti-]
CONTRACTOR
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female Help p'0
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana    M_N_--     I
NEW   WESTMIN-I'-����� ^,.
Phone 431. p,a FRIDAV. JANUARY 22, 1909.
THE DAILY NEW*.
PAGE THR-iK.
ABANDON CITY CHARTER
SAVE USEFUL CLAUSES
FLORANCE  MAYBRICK
URGING PRISON REFORM
The replies of the provincial govern-
,. putiatlon from iht B. C.
,li(,u , inlcipallties, w_lch I1Kl tbe
itive on W ednesdaj, afi   i erj sat-
;il.,,.... and at length a  via media
o .,��� ;'oiind for itu defective
., .     which    the    City  has
torked since L-88, aud which aas eon-
. ived    unsatisfactory.     The
.   to aban io       . rter,
ermisslon   foi    anie   by   a
...: al the next Dec.        . elec-
embodying    and    saving    those
,.:.. h are i I use in   i e i bar
,,.:,. nding   acts.     This city
iiu.ii  work  under the  Muni Ipal
<':., .      '    UC-
Local   Amendments.
A number of clauses having spet al
ferenci   to the city and aj   rovt d at
��� annual meeting of the un.uu'
ilitles    at    Vernon,    were
the governmi nt, as the .
holder's    franchise    amendment,
lt.ra,i-s on i" asaesa for local Improve-
it>n i . ontflge nix rathei  I ian
. ,alui   of propert) a- tixed |
menl roll, and the
,. al improvement   ',    ��� ���
., .,��� the cit)  expi a e, tin
ni   w ill   ni: i .i luco  It'gisl
., session    for a - n ��� al
Washington, J_n. 20.- Mr- Flor nee
E May-brick, whose roleai from an
Enrdifih prison five yean ago wa
to ihe efforts of American women, do
clared here today that she was devoting her life work to prison reforms
In a statement she : ppealed to congress to i.rovide the national capital
prison- with sanitary facilities.
Mrs,    .Maybrick   denied    the  rumor
thai she \ ��� ��� engaged to be married.
llf E Of SULTAN
A6AINJ DANGER
Plot  to  Murder   European
L Ruler?    discussed. ���One
Hundred Arrests Made.
The Edison Theatre
Cc
Hlgl
tratf :
..'mbia and  Eighth.
ng   Pictures,    lll'us.
igram changed Mon-
and FTiday.
for    Ladies    and
afternoon a: 2 I
W. INL Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
ellard biock. New Westminster, B C
-tr        Ai)V_-KTlS.        >..
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
ir yoi  war. ft situation
i
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Biu.y
fpOOKSLEY'S
.* Pict
,'     UIUUH 1] ���
[.ic. il  -��fore
jusei:
fcti ���
:..
Constant   . pie,    Jan.    21.���Another
attempt   ,��� ..,., ���   ,:.,   Sultan has
just   Been frustrated   through ihe dis-
e of t      tier v. ritten  by '.be con
spirators ;.  | ,,t ihe ruler's
.... ace has ..  li  I
There i- :. .   |  !.������:,   that  lb.- plot
against the Sultan's iii.' would have
be. n     cot .: :..    letter addrt ssed
to a conspirator had not fallen Into
the hand- ol the Young Turks, Th.-
;ii..i    Involvi d ..."   reactionaries,
Whose  objet i    ....s   :.. overthrow   lb"
Sultan  and .,   dissolve  the  par
llameni  and annul the eon-tinitinn.
It   isi, hat   -.he (l. ath  plot
was also   :, ected  agalnBt   the  presi
den-l of the cl     i ������: .,:' deputb s, Mori
than i"" .   ���        have been mad,'.
An an, in:,;   it ���    made  to cai i y mn
.  ,     ol  againsi      .. life of Csar Peril!
NOTICE is  hereb)   given  that   the  nand  <.f    Bulgaria      Several  am  I
Vancouver Power Ct.iiii.an;,,  Limited,  have been ma The details leading
.a-   th      .a.,   deposit) i   ;. the    Land  to   ihe   at:    ipb      assassin     ....
ure
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW   OM  SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE   FAIR,"  Columbia   Street
(NOTICE.
Graniteware :
ived   Full ana complete ���- .in all thi
��� nS, and :::  : h,   Io*b   -:   posslbl |)1 Ices.    Call
tock; i                   o show sa
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A. Hardman,
A.   James,
J. McClughan
Registry   Office  in   -.lie  City  of   New   Btippressed.
lineiit  to ihe Municipal Clauses J-Westminster,    British    Columbia,    a    .	
aklng  certain  sections ap] ica   pian  ;mU  ijoolv of    reference    ol
tiii.-, city. mlnster-Chllllwack Rallwa;   :'. ��� n
nation    wa-.    compos, loi   ���.     to*wn of Huntingdon  io th,   ''it;.
, .;y    (president),    May. Chilliwack,   passing    through   the
..  i, rwblnson (Kamlooj        municipalities  of   Sumas   and   Chilli-
iNonli  Vancou .    ...  ;i,���i   tne  town  of  Huntin
iNanaimo),   Reeves ������. ,,: Chllllwai k, ' ein    si c
,   Byrn,    tBurnaby), r.nd   ��� , ���.   four (4) and five (5) of th a
. .ir-    ni    Victoi la and ,,.   ghoti n   on  thi i a
;. Mr. Maun and W. <l. Mc   and   a] proved  I ���'   Ihi   I hi | O
[ Lan Is  and   Works   for   the
(NOTICE.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMINS ("'
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY   AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
,  iplj   to    ...   I' -.. am. nt .'.
II - ui \    ������ ision foi  an Ac
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Tuberculosis Treatment. j Province of British   Columbia. j Company   may   commeiice and    com-
matters of  provincial  inipoi-|     Dated   this    12th   day  of  January,   -,,;,,.   ���       R     ....    ���  .   , ,    truction of
which   was  in ed Com-
WHEN   YOU  BUY   A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you   get  value  for  your
money.      Sre  us   before
you decrlp  to purchase.
Hardman & Co.
Sclr  Agents,
Trust     Block.     Front     Son:.
WESTMINSTER.
Tender for Supplies.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undi rslgned at New Westminster, B. c,
and endorsed on the envelope ' I
dere for Supplies," will be received up
to noon oi Saturday, the thirtieth day
ol January, i:,09, for supplying the
. handler}', groceries, meats, coal,
h lumber, required for the use
. . thi Dt ,,.iitm.-nt of Public Works at
New   Westminster, B, C, until March
.......     ..   i ast be of
..   .   st quality of then    . ,,   al kinds
, nisi .. dell vi red at the u.-\ ���  a
w harf, v w    w estmln ter,   or
 I   .u   the form . t tender.
pai 'a., nl   ,es, rves ihe right
      the whole oi pan ol any ten-
Poi in- . ; j  be obtained at
ifflci  ol the resident engineer, Department ol Public Works, N. w West.
j mlnsti i. B, C.
Pa] '    -   inserting  this  8dVl   I '-< ment
,   .   authority   from    the depart-
I ineiii w ill noi be paid for it.
n.i.     t* d not
be act epted,
G    \   KEEP! H
danl !
NEW
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n, C . Januar*,   18   1908
theii
. inclu li i the qu
of   hi   Tranqullb
govei n:i.' nt,   and  ; hi   Solii itor
i instil ation Cor advanced
ontrlbute pro rata,
ecu   ���..     rom      .  considi   a
:       eau
ni    ai    Vancouv. r
ni n   cunt roi foi  ' he assls
and   '
:, ���   i   lo   revise
i rei        to   On
ision
\   .'. BECK,
for  Vancouver  Powi r < Company, Lin It d,
WHEN  GOING EAST
V.-K THE TICKET  \GENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight
i'rains  livry   D��v in the  Yen
BETWEEN
to taki
ii. m.
Ipsis
inadlan   Homestead
ui iii: iks.
L\ available Dominions lan I   ��   ;-
t ty belt In British Ci
Minneapolis. St. Pauljj
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
:'i..    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
pan)'      Vet ol    . ai oi ioi atl a
GS .    th,   Statutt    ol '' a,.i li
1907, and   to  ,,  ' i   ' '.''ii;': i ���
to entei    a ���    menl
the  Vancou ,-er, We stint i id Yu
I on Uaiiu.���.. C ij n ��� whb h '.��� i
thoi ized i'} Si , ������' 361 of ilie '..nil
un'.   \." 'and [or  it her : .��� ��� I
authorising  the    cori I        on    o
branch llni In the main
:���     authorl    . i     tc) of  sub-
ction S ol ay's Act of In
terlj and
q. i by the most fea
���   Vab     i ���'���''��� ��� ��� ;  an '
|����>>�� a ������.:��.������,��������������> ��MNO0OSiOSSUt9fiOEma^^ '*-y��*>WWa;;.'VXW!i;
Advertising and Circulafion
l'1'' per week, $] for 3 mos.
50c per month, $5 per year
The Daily News, New Westminster	
The DaiLi News-Advertiser, Vancouver  	
The Sunda. News-Advertiser,      "  50c for 3 mos;., $1.50 a year
The Standard op Empire, London and Toronto, weekly . $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited lor the above publications
CHARLES   __. SANDS, Agent
New Westminster PJionc A22
P. O. Box 29
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excei    Sunday;  Woo In ard,
Embodies the newest    and brjt ideas  Cariboo ill to ih
,.-    COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.
most co    ���       I'hti ��� urday, \ ia
l bj any pi -., ���   LUXURY.     It   is  lighted   with
ol  a  tamity, oi    , ti.   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
o    ���    ".
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ti. ,:..	
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er, be made on c
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ti ider is requl   .. to
connected
one    of tt:'1    toi  ...a.
At lei  ���   ix monies' re
."ii or ih,   i
. are,
(or motbi .. .,   hi
ii.    of   the    homi
��� upon  a   farm  in    tin
i md entered fur, the
' as to residence may bo
ii a person residing wit-
I ther.
I'     ' the settler has his permau
������  ������ "i tanning land own
. olnlty or hla home-
.  ments   us   to resl-
��� atl ifled by    residence
��� I land,
aotlce in writing should
thi C mm   -��� ic.i r ei i> >m
Oi   vi of Intention tc
tent.
P al mining rights maj  be
tor b peril l of twenty-one ���'��� a��-
���� annual rental ot $i  per aVre,
"   than '-f<fiO aercB ahall   be
��� to one individual or company.
:' --ty at the rate of five cents per
mall |,. , oil ected on   the ' mer-
���i' mined,
\v  W. rrv.iY,
of the Minister of 'lie interior
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
ATENTS
rm WfC       dcsigni
r^^������-,1 COPVmGHTS&C.
*i1����r.,',ln(r �� tkBtetl antl rtcaorli'llin ttia?
mi'Ttaln om t,pinion freo wl.pil.nr au
'i i�� pr. 'ml ,y i.nlciititl.l". ''..I'l'ii'inli-H.
iftlyconfl-ontlat HANDDOOK ..iil'aifntj
"��� i"��t in', i.p- for K't-iirni- liialfn'".
'�� luktn ti.r .ui;h Munn X O) r��col����
���'( ', without clharge, ii.tim
brilliantly   illuminated    train    in    thr
rid.     The   equipment   consists   of
ite   compartment   earn,   standard
id   section   sleepers,   lu? -   ��� i��� ninp
.'., reclining chair car-       . i    free���
���nodcrn   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
u v and  m-i ikmg car..
in,      I ables,   Folders, i r any
ri   ���        nation  call  on  or  writ*
F. W. PARKER.
���no Second Avenue   Seattle. Wttl.
"The Milwaukee"
The   Piont��-i   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   tlie   service   on   any
���
���
���    ',
int : ."ii
'  I
���  iii   ihi
can    be
Vuko
Favoi t. J, i'. Bi in
���on nn iid
Vani out ��� r, I
2:30      ��� 'a
Siding,        ,:   N   R   ic h
1:00��� nd
via  It irda)
ui  , ���   ��� ���'. i   ',,    V ,'
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RIKFIN,
S
Via I ii
.-'.  poo.
"Flyi i
!:3ll   ���
ii Puling
I ...:','.'    I      I   ,
Mail Service
: .    :.
and arrival the New v.
minster posi h
iach  i ��� if i ���
svhlch  la half ill
tore  the it.
all i oln i
i   . ���
via  Port  Hai
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railroad   in  the   world  that  equal   in   unle     ��� '      '   ���'��� ���   '''
equipment that oi the Chi .. Mi
... mkee ���* St. Pa-' Railway. I hey
own md operate their own sleeping
md no ' - ' ITS on alll their trains and
eivc .' , ., irons an r.<cellence of
,er\ ��� btsinable ehewhere.
ri. .. ROWE, Genet-al Agent.
r*M Third St.. cor Aider   "ortland. Ol
Public Meeting
New
jed and receivi ��� -      ;  9on I
The onl ���    nal pal hed    and
. P. i:
and C. P   R. '    ' ������ : 's, not Including
' the    wa '    I
\1:
Mabs  DespaTchec-.
6 oo  i    i, (closed at eleven i   ������
the ���   :'' " lTer    v ���
7-      : md  (exci pi
���|   ,..      ��� ri.    U    C     Kiel tlie
railway,
leattle, Including all i ���
g,  points east and south, and poln
'between New Westminster and Hunt-
;I,   |on, B.C., via C. P. ft. south; also
c. p. u. east, Sapperton, and   Pra   r
Westminster, B   t  ,
January 15,   1908
!to  His Worship the Mayor;   -
We,   tho    undersigned, respectfully | jjjus,
.   , .   ��� that you call a public meeting     - 30 am.���Blaine and   Seattle,   m-
,, ���   ,,,..  ..iMiiimr ail U. B. points east and south;
lai   vtnlr earliest fonv<-ul"iicc, for   t""  Ciuoi-e �����������
��� . , __ n-. aian all points i.etween New Weaiinin-
ose of hearing a report from o_r,aiso ah i
I.      tes recently sent  to Victoria oil -Mr and  Blaine,  via G. N.  R.
������ Coquitlam dam proposition,   __-     NoM'-Cloverda^-nd dUtrtet (.
.   ofo   ���;,    ,    ,,,   ol dlscu   In    ���'   :'   ���',, ��� .-.urr-y Centre. Elgin   i   ���
vii and Keasirgton    Prairlel    Haiel
Very  respectfully, ��� ''"r   K,'r = ' uyS3 Pr8,r!d   anfl
(Signen), T. S. Annandale, W-S  _oi- Nlcw - -> ������>��� ���-  "- ^��"
lister, J. 8. Brynon, W. L. Johnson, day;     Clayton.     Monday,       ueiday
a.j a. Peai on   F   Thursday  and     Saturday
ll.   ,I Lower Fra
, (';
dead iwi . P .   flai       Poi    Ha
: ��� .i     ion
: i ! :
Malls for P
both , ���    ind C P. It. ma
'.'    la   Received.
I IS a.i ne    ad    Beat tie,   In
'. ��� ���   v  ,   , a <i.   N.   It.
Owl."
Hill,
ind 1 rlday)
.  ��� I   . nd Vic tori a,
allwa
.; 30   , ii.        ooui Ier
i pj      : md Seattle,    In
hullii; ali I". .-   .      '     al   i -II poults
1:30 p.i_    " iby, by courier,
9 30 a -i  .  "Is  (:.  N.  H
10:00  to   11:00 a _!���   Ladner,  Porl
.... i I   and   (Tiif3- I
day, Thtusl.i,   and 3aturday)   Wood-]
.  -.   ���....,, luilte, (Stevea
ton dfspa dved  Via  Van  !
couver.) j
12:30   to   l   p.m    fi    P    it-   east,
Sapperton,        ���    villi i and   Coipiit-1
lam.
0   , .,      V.,���, , iver, fenlrtU  Parli I
and Fran r .\rm.
���Vli ti rla  '' ��� V: '' ���'" ' r
i'li   Major, Thom
.1. Mackenzie,    a. E
Sands, L, I!. Li'st.y, I). S. Cu
.1    Hart, John A. Lee.
:0u p.m     Sumas   ������': ���       '   ' ���       ���
T>n ���   eluding nl! I I , ���      I
v,llit,.   k   H. and Bon Accord, V.'edneday and Sat-   tween HnntingJon and New NVe-lmi.i. |
' I ster, vli  C. P. P. south;  also rra-.-|
Mills.
1:00 p.m.���C. P. R. pSSt
rVI
Entitle flmcricart.
    ���
.    l'L-1 rut cl ~mkl7.   I���rp.'ai t'r-
,' a..? aeifcnilllo ioaroal,   Taraii t.r
".,, a rtmr,poattigs |.  p.'.:'t   Sola! -y
F.! urday.    T_BBe  matls are all received
..line days as ,!���>���,,atrhed,
B      11:00 a.m.���Vuaco.ivir, Victoria an.t
Central Park,  fla B, C Electric rail-
The meeting   o -Iglnall way.
the  I'.tth Inst., has been postpt I   10  p.m.���9traw.,erry  Hi.I.    Tim-,
tne requeai of petitioners until u''' and   and   Sonth Wettminiter,   by,
nesday, the 27th In '   al courier fTuesday and F^ty),
iNNfcCo.
tl.,...:.'.
fC-.iv York
. L). C.
CII     Hall
v
lanuai |
OUNi \
,,     , ���
1:30 p.m Ea l Burnaby, by courl""
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, .. rourlet.
: "ii p.m,  -La Iner,   Port    ;. iic.ion.
OPERA   ��OUSE BOOKINGS.
.Ian. 27.--Devil's  \a, tiou.
���.',.,,   ii.__.bti H  I MIllIOM.
Feh. 18.���Jan*  :
���] ��� ::.--.a   Sl ibbt rp
Marc'.i  '���?��.--I'i"''���   T":n ''
April 2.-���'���'��� ��� ��� '     ,; " '���
We I ave decided to make a cl-   n
���"|i and di ip ise of the balance
nl' our sIim'I'.' ni unheard-of prit
' >'ir ,.1'n'k is  Mil well as lorted in
vlen's,  Boys', Women's and Chil
dren's   Boots  and  .':h ids,   ;     !"'
cit ared   away below   cost,
Goods, Remnants, Quilts am
lows, Lacei. Ribbons and Curtaii
��� ti",  also  Prints and   Ginghams.
An inspection of these values by
careful housewives will be of p onl
lo thefli.
GROCERIES
Don'1 forget to bring your want
list along and let us fill it from our
stock. Our price*, talk, judging
from the crowd, which daily visit
our stores. Come and share in
some of the good things while they
last. We have a few more of
those delicious Prunes, still going
at six pounds for 2o cents; Ceylon
Tea, four pounds for $1.0(>.
Overalls, 75 cents per pair; Braces,
regular t50 cents, now -����0 cents;
Necktie?, values up to 50 cents,
three for $1.00; Ladies' Waists,
regular $1.50 values, for 85 cents;
Men's Top Shirts, $1.25 value, $1.
Our Loss is Your Gain
255 FRONT STREET.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets,  New  Westminster.  B   C.
Get the Habit
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
....
l ABl .
_r_3****
FRIDAY.  JANUARY  22,   1909.
GOVERNMENT     AND     THE      FISHERIES.
On A igui N last Pi miei McBrlde
met a fai oui fri< ndlj gathering of
:, iii ibis city, and made a
Ise thai . l! presentation, she
be given a car ful hearing. He
abruptly l_fi ihe meeting, and the
present memb r far :his constituency,
certainly not a hostile critic, drafted
the majorltj ol the resolutions which
were approvi 1 by the meeting.
li i; thui over five months, and the
si en '.a:., ol that mi ..'ting has ni irei
had a line since i_ answer to the serious grievance^ set down in constitutional protest bj men engaged in uhe
Industry which was being persecuted,
lu-simd tbu government lawyers did
everything they could to secure a conviction iu the celebrated North vs.
Kendall case then before tbe courts,
and which has now been decided favorably to tbe defendant.
Arrangements aie already in prog-
r . for the coming season, which
promises to be one of the banner
years in ihe history of thu salmon
li.-,ling, and the government must soon '���
make Its choice. Fortunately Mr. John
Oliver was present at the meeting, and
knows exactly the position, In fact,
lias a large number of fishermen
among ills constltuenl���and he will
want an explanation before the session
-ends.
it a Conservative was  returned at:
the recent federal election,  It will be
uu explanation for the government to
pretend, as Mr. McBrlde assumed at]
that meeting, that it was organized by
some of his  political opponents.    The
questions eubmltted  al   thai  meeting)
ought to b   answered in the Interests
of the province, and the members of
the government must again be inter
rogated whether they wanl  the same
management   to continue under l-'isli-1
erica    Commlssionc     J.   P.  I3al cock,
with  the   ul'ihi.it..  extinction  of    lhe!
salmon B *hei ea a   a I gon i conclu ,
vion.
We cannot ���<<��� I ��� >' ion j after th.
appearance of the Attorney-General
here lust June, in the position of mln
Istcr of fisheries, that the Premier
found it necessary to give lii_ the
portfolio, as Mr, Bowser is not a man
to compromise, and his actions with
the salmon i,-!i, rles lasi summer show
live difficulty of settling this long
standing constitutional question without both siil s ' elng prepared to give
and ttike, not to let the fishermen
think the} are the ball to catch a
mere political  popularity.
Throughout the season there seem
ed a determination to Irritate iin.l subject the fishermen to a maximum of'
inconvenience���-with court delays and
inspectors petroling the river to catch
men who would not obey two contra
tlictory laws. The government will
vant the votes of the men again some
day, and although memories are short
and conditions change quickly, the
conduct of ihe McBrlde administration
iu 1U0S toward the Fraser river fishermen is not likely tn br- easily forgot-
ten.
Carnation
Brand
month.      Applicant    to furnish horse
aud  rig for road purposes.      Applications   to   state age   and   qualitieations'���
and  to be  marked  "Application   fori
Road Foreman."
('. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. c.
ie.ee, r i". New Westminster, B, t
MUNICIPALITY    OF    BURNABY.
NOTICE.
Carbon Paper and Typewriter Ribbons are the
grade sold by us. They
are the finest mads, and
good impression guar-
teed.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
V | lication will I e receivi d until
lay, Januar} 23rd, at 12 o'clock
noon for the i osltlon of assessor for
1909 for the districl of Burnaby. Applications i" state age, qualifications
and salary required, and to be marked
"Application for Assessor."
C. T. SAUNDERS, CM. C,
Drawer 10, New Westminster, B. c.
MUNICIPALITY   Or   BURNABY.
NOTICE.
SPECIAL TODAY���Nickel-plated Tea
Kettles, No::. 8 and 9, only $1.75 each.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
NOTICE.
Applications will be received until
Saturday, January 23rd, at 12 o'clock
noon for the position of road foremax
for Wards '���',. �����, and 6 of the district
of   Burnaby,   at, a   salary of  $80  per
ApplicaUons  will  be  received until
, Saturday, January 23rd, at 12 o'clock
i noon for the position of constable and
I road  tax  collector  for  tho district ofl
j Burnaby.      Salary as constable to be
at the rate of $2-25 per day of 8 hours
j while on duty.      Road tax amounting ���
to $600 per annum to be collected on |
commission.       Applications   to   state
age, qualifications and commission re-
quired and to he marked "Application
for Constable and  Road  Tax    Collector."
C. T. SAUNDERS, C M. C,
Drawer 10. New Westminster, B. C
&
Opportunity
You're face to face with the greatest clothing opportunity
of the year, the time when we clear out our fall and winter
stock in order to make read/ for spring wearables. We
don't and we won't carry stock from season to season, it's
a losing proposition from my and every standpoint you
choose to take it. In order to move things quickly, we offer
the greatest inducements we have ever offered. Remember
what  they   say   about the   "Early   Bird."   and   come   at once.
k.
.
Note these price -eductions.
"*n_i__---~*
.. Just Arrived ..
Bran,        Shorts,       Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop   j
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats \
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry        !
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
Overcoats.
j.'.*, i),, rcoal - ���
$20 Overcoats a
$15 overcoats
$10  Ov.rcoat-   .
.$|s 7.",
.$15.00
.$11.7.')
.? 7..",'.
All Our Splendid High Grade
Trousers.
.>; I'ants for
$6 Pants for
s i Pants for
* I I'a ills   for
,$l 50
,$3.00
Finest Worsted and Tweed
S_its.
$25 Suits  toi  $18.76
Suit, for $16.5d
sis Suit- for  $13.50
$12 Suit
t 9 11,
All Our Fine Wool Sweaters
Must Go.
S\VI   ���.:���'
.?.:.   i
���
-: ������"
���   50
One-quarter off regular prices on all goods for the r. .' few days.    Don't
this opportunity.
ALL   CF,D_RS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED,
HALE. BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
186 Colur
Street.        P.   0.   Drawer   100.
WILL CONNECT NEW ROOM
WITH FIRE ALARM SYSTLH S3
The school board estimate, for 1909
will in all probability be compiled by
Monday evening, considerable progress having been made at a pedal
"meeting of the school tru-tees held
yes. .-rday evening, when all the members of the board were present. It
was decided to conned the additional
room in the High School, which was.
used by pupils for the firm time.yesterday, with the sell1"' tire alarm ays1
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Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? I SI
��� so bring- the watch to us and we will put it in _<."hi;|
��� order, and makeit NOT ONLY RUNbutalsoKi'XPjJ
t ACCURATE  TIME:
_ W, C. CHASWBERLIN
Tlie  iewelerj
SHO
PRICES
Men's leather lined box calf boots, made with waterproof soles, a So" boot
for $4.95
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MEN AND YOUNG
Urn.
date.
Tiii:  will be done at an early
LOCAL   NOTES
The death took place yesterday ot
{Clara Margaret Stegavlg, of the
Scandinavian settlement at Annievllle. '
The child was nearly three years old, I
decease following au attack of dlph
thcria. Th.- tuneral will take place
at the Lutheran cemetery.
The Mat-siida O'Neill wrestling contest at Vancouver last night ended up
in ti general row.
As other business, inn. lilted from
lhe r'v'/.- navigation being kept open
by the Newlngton, for which tbe city
i aj.- the expense, application will
i robalily be vastie to all those who
brJught Up or took out scows during
thi cold -nap, In addition lo the roa!
merchants to whom application lias al
read}   been made.
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Men's patent leather Blucher cut boots, made with a neat kid top and
creased vamps, a regular $5.00 boot for  4.00
Men's Scotch grain, hand mad'? working boots,  made  with plain toe and
toe cap, a $4.50 boot for    ri..",; I
Boys' box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5   1.75       i .
Boys' Boston calf school boots, sizes 1 to 5  1.50
Misses' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 2, made with heavy solid
leather soles   1.50   "
Children's boots, good solid wearers, sizes 5 to 10 $1.00 and $1.20   "
Great bargains in Ladies' Shoes, prices  $1.40 to $5.00   "
THE STORE FOR SHOE
BARGAINS
V
ASK   F 0R   A
"Little Trooper" Hat
The Latest in soft hats.
All the New Colors,
also in Black.
Skaped like  a   Fedora  only flat
rim $2.50 and $3.00 eacn.
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia  Street
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_c_arcrvi ffllDAY, JANUARY  32,  1909.
THE   DAILY   \    \V ���>.
PAGI ���:
Every Fur in
the Store Reduced.
T. H. Smith
-   Big Sale of
Table Damask.
ChvNews
More Price Cuts
Ki
_____ Bi�� Reductions in
Furniture, Carpets,  Linoleums  and  Crockery.
Special $16 Dresser Stands for $11.90.
. T   >,   . OS   or   "K
trj . ne.   It will make
TO KEEP UP THE
Sale enthusiasm
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
. ,:; ;;;���;"";."!LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA ST.. Now Westminster, B.C..
ce in winch about '-.>., n
Cleaning   Out   Odd   Lines   in   Lace i
������ evening
Clear   Havana   eig-ars of   exclusive
merit "Brillante," made by  tho
B.  C,  Cigar  factory
> '      Ing ,.f the <���-.. ��� -tlve of th'- J
ation will be hi".,! this ���
Import an;   matters   are   to 4
!'.' brought  up  for discussion
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
������������������������������������������.
Curtains.
$1.00 Lace Curtains for .50c. per pair
li.
II ���- handh  ' B C,   and ' ol,'
Spon '    ,'L-,ars
; In     ,   l    reliable  ���
: To the General Public:
Ten pair in this lot. .-lightly soiled; nlct   Bor-al, lacy effect;   -1-2 and
for 50c PAIR.
yards    1
Regulai    J1.00,
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$1.75 Lace Curtains for $1.00 a pair
M pairs, ���'��� yaids long.   Heal Nottingham Lace Curtains, beautiful bordered  effect,  with nice  scroll  d
Regular $1.7.'..    January Sale Price $1.00 PER PAIR.
25 to 40 per cent, of on all
NET AND GUIPURE CURTAINS.
\      ��� ling   il     - ���       o! d; ke l land ��.
ai  p     \i a;. ,      ..,     :,, ,i pea ntly, J    SEE
whl n ...    Irong i   was  ;..is'.e.l ���     ���, . _,..
pro.Incial   govern ���     *-_*-/_
ilhold   :    : ml88l   :\  from  Ih
-   '     . ���    Power i   mpan; io Incr
th ��� hi lghi  of the power dam at  Co 4
qui '. un  lake,      Thhe   resolution   has 4
orw.irded       Vli lorla. J
me  ^
case   ���
It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.     An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
For tabic decorations and wedding
bouqui' . specialty, Ring up Tidy.
thi Florist, 184. ������
5 Public Supply Stores GE0 adams
Ccluil-hia    si, ret
Cleaning out odd lines of Curtain Muslin, Madras Casement Cloth, Etc.
About 26 odd piet'i.. in  lem; '.. of ; om " '���   15 yards, white and colored  Madras, coin spoi   Muslin
hinette, Casement  Cloth, etc     it tc .      - wide.   Regular prices  35c,   10c and  50 .    .lanuarj  Salt
j,ric   20c YARD.
Everything   you   need   for   the   F.v-ni
Dinner  ,,(
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The    pllotagi     commlslsonera have ���������������������������������������.-���������^����������.
appointed Capt, Wooster, of the Fly.".',     _-���__-_________ _____
GUley Bros.' tug, to be thi new river
pilot, There were nine appllcaUons
from dlfft renl pilots on tii, B, C
��� oast,   'i'li,- salnrj ol $150 .. inonfli is
���, ,1   i.y   the  i Ity   council,   bi
��� . I ,'.: in the 111' ' ���        ol   I'lism. ss I
...   | ,.���    ,;  is noi    xpi cted there will ��� ^|s0.
he any loss  to th.   city,      Capt. Woo
New   Wettmln-t-r, B. c.       Phon��   13
Westminster
Transfer Co
Vi The Moody Park StoreL
Big Sale Bed Pillows.
A Good Pair of Pillows for $1.45
10 ,u.  q pair i       Pdrltan filled Bed P     *     size 19x26; nice tjtripedtlck     Januar;   3ali   Pric.e_fi1.45 PAIR.
ter'a successor lias not  yet  been ap | Butter, 3 lbs, for $1.00, and a full a
pointed, jsorlment ... Sea i liable Goods
w. n   smith, Proprl te,
Corner Sixth   Av_   and   Tenth   Sl.
Monster Sale of Remnants.
. :   |   t-si   Goods, Wa
appi re  ���     Coi tons. L
ting     C   itings, Prints, Galateaa, Flannelettt
etc 3ale Price.
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Klmona
Sale  of Silesia  Linings and  Percalene.
15c and __0c Silesia for 10c yard
ich   .nd all colors, 36 Inches wide   splendid durable quality.   Sale Price 10c YARD.
For flrst-clas.s eu;  lu.wers and    an>
kind   of    Floral     work,     telephon
Davie.' Greenhousi. B20.8. ������
The  Canadian  order of  chosen Buy Your Groceries from
Friends held a successful social al the A F\ A 1./IC    D    r\f~ a -.io
i ui.il.Hows' hall lasi  evening,   under AL/AMj &  DLANS
the chairmanship of Chief Counsellor
George Adams, Mu Ic, dancing, and
progressive whist followed, the proceedings terminating with an oyster
supper.     The    prises tor   the whist
e 'I'm ���������"   is;>.     n.it:   I-1 me 137
Columlii,.   "Street
Baggage   ,1. Ilvererj   -, 1   n ��� :,.    w
any pari or the city,
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���I"AM DEPOT.
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
competition were won a   follows:  l.a
3 lbs. creamery butter   -   -   -   W.00 Mince Meal, per  packs
5 of mutton, pr^, Canned salmon, 2 can. for   ��� i Klondike Soap, 1 bars
sented   by the    Fraser    Valley Meat -..      ���     . ""j. '""' 'J", l"v' "" ' Ec.tP_- S ��ap, per carlo, n    bars
Mark,'.. Miss  M. Roger ;  men's  ftrsl   BakJ*   P��wder' B,Ue   R,bbon- Toilet Soap, 3 cak. itoboi
prize, F, Adtims;   boobj   prises,  Mrs,  fcfcC SL-"fcLi^l ___ ^SSS1   '"i,, ,"   "* *"
packagi 1    pecial   -
i Flour, per sack
I'r;.   Hans  Vaglsang Poultry ,'oodJ      '" itbrand8 ra. bottle 50'
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Last Call for Louisienne Silks at 45c Yd.
20   pier.        LOU .   .       SllkS    ill    ,';i- C_l
impagne, etc    W . ular 75c am
-Jar:.
rise, F. Adtuns;   booby  prises,  Mrs. - ki     .     d
Dr.) T. 11. Levey, and Dr, Qreen,      i - .     ,     T , "      ,
Extracts,  Lemon  ntnl Vanilla,
Tr.   Hans  Vaglsang Poultry _'oodJ      best brand 8 ra. bottle   -
It's the best.   It's .the stuff all peoplejpj.0���Q- PROMPT filH.TVtfRV
teeplng poultry should use.   at your rnune vt 1KU.MII    I ��l.l.l \ I.K i .
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 goin^:
[A/en's Velour, Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $(5.00, going for
$4
45
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
Remember this is at
Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.
F
grocers and druggists ** |
Mail advics received yesterday give
further particulars of the death of
Robert Fraser, eldest son of Mn
James Fraser, of Allien Crescent, and
a former resident of Westminster,
whose sudden death In St. Louis war.,
reported in these columns lasi weekt
ii appears that Mr. Fnaser, who wa i
a railroad engineer, wa, crossing
.me railway tracks on January 12,
when he . lippi'i and tell. Before he
could recver his balance a yard en-
gine fearfully mangled his right foot.
lie was immediately taken to a bos-
j pltal, but iho shook proved too great,
iand he died the following day.
SEASONABLE
��� "      ���
Chest
Protectors
Chamois Vests
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions
BIG STOCK
AT
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
The above is an instance of the prompt manner in
which the companies I represent settle their losses.
I can not only insure your property for less money
than others, but when a less occurs it is paid without delay. Enquire for my rates before renewing or placing
your insurance.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
_ Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY . ANDERSON      Columbia St.
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VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
Every assignment of the right of -
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must he by way of appointment of ���> substitute and must he
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attenUon is called to S ���
section 3 of Section J of tbe Voluntei i
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides thai
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
hy the Department of the Iaterior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant issued by the Minister of Militia
and Defence in favor of the volunteer.
J. W. QREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger Service per
SS. "Ramona
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OtRIWORK SATISFIES
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on application.
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Telephone 54.
P.  0.   Box 665
Carrying :.iigh; and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
,:iid We.-tham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
at .: 30 p r. add tlonal trip on Mondays, It ivlng at j a.m.
Returning   leave  Westham  Island 7
a.m. dally, except Fridays at tj a.m.;
addition I    rip on  Saturdays, leaving
it 5:30 g ai   Steveston as
ffers.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Su ts made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
English Watchmaker
Commencing .January   Isi train   fo
Si   : le                " daily    ' .  .. m
train ft r a ' points East ai i p m
Hold Watches for Ladies fi mi S12.��| train, for   ^ga siz at   5 12
Silvi
$600.
Tickets . ;    i and fr	
gents'   opi ::    ���"������    |;       . ltj, :. , |     for    : class
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Waltham    and    Elgin      For further particulars ana reserva.
t'ons a   ���
ilringa    leclalty. ED- Q0ULET'
Agi :.*   \'.-w We '������! as tei.
F���      VKAlVIl or to C.  B.
Tu-o   door,   from   Ceo.  Adams,  Grace-        Asst  G--"   Puss.    V_t.    V.-omi-tr.
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the daily news.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909
Advertise in ^Ihe
Dailv N
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I Voun��PeoP^>    Attentionj
h .,,,   receive instruction in night classes at
\ \w\  can  utt-i'O ���
I      Columbian College
���I   .     -pitHMETIC   BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE   .
[{    SHORTHAND.  TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW.     PENMAN    '
1    SHIP.
V u, or ,1I1V  ,,art of the above Tuesday .and  Thursdar,     ,
I \    from 7 to 9.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
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LOT 7,  Block 36
on the corner of Loyal avenue and Kleventh street.
did warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. '.:
tracks run past this property,    Price $3000.   Reasonablt
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
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T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.
New   Westminster,  B. C.
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITH. GOAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
-     ��� -.   St.,  Foot of Sixth.
F?.  O. Bex 345. Phc
P. O. Pox  474.        Tel.  53. ���     *���
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebi
Palmer  Bros.   Engines
���'    ���    25 h   p., 2 an
the market
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PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
The best meat at the lowest possible prices.    Butchered,
dressed and shipped under GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
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The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster FRIDAY. JANUARY  22.  19>09.
THE DAILi N
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
grltl-h  Cc'.um.*-  Coast  -_in��
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���XNCOUVER   VICTORIA   Seattle
ROUTE.
Oper.ti.ve January   ",i.
in     b yictorl        .        . .:.-
..  ���.  tn., goln �� Se-
t daily exc
, -   t'rincess Roya 	
,��� .,. in. for Victoria dally, ex-
���    int sday,
rincess Charl ,.. ..
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WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
g s. Trader will leave Victoria for
.���..���  ". ��� stmiustt ���   ever;  Tuesda;
���   ..    9 New Westminster on  Wed-
How aice'y an. easilv a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
_u.��.e Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICUIGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tee*
j_i Victoria 11  p.m.   1st,   lutb:
,,.,. .    i. ,,f each inoutti for C;ayo*iuoi, I
,,(,. Harbor and way ports;  .
f eacl       '':i tot Quatsino and waj
i ot i ach ui. '. .. foi _hcu et,
uatsi-O, Cape Sen:, and way porl
, ANCOUVELK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
.   .,     Vanct .,.'.���   I :'.:0   p m. daily,
-   ���   ..       L< ivea   N aaimo at
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SKAGWAY  ROUTE,
'day leaves    Vancouver    Jan.'
.'vi  and 26th.
NORTHERN  E. C.  ROUTE.
Beatrice leaves Vancouver Jan.5,,
reb. 2nd.
Princess   May   leaves Vancouver
i 9th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP  RIVER,
.. or���
Torn   New   Westminster   Moi
���ednesday and Frid  . af v a m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thur
: Saturday at 7 &._'..
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t, Interurban   Line.
��� Car?   for   Vancouver  and    war
��� stations will run every half-
��� ho ���-  '��� ova  B:50 a. m.   , Last
��� car leave, at 11 p. m.
(Last cai Iv   Vancouver 11    ���
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4      Ca -   leave the ��� -. spol
*.   twenty mioutea   for  both   Sap-
��� perton ly lin    -    - sr the
< Ity line.
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City Line: Cars leave tram 7
office on the hour. tw-Qty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes a.'- ���
ter. commencing st  6:20 a. m. *
Sapperton   Line:   Can   W
al t. n  minutes after the hour,
halt pasi anJ fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing a'  6:80 ���
a. ni. 4
Sunday Service   halt.neun.tr be-
tv.een S.30 au,   nnd 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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ill or address
RD. OOULET.
Agenl   New  W-stminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
,aat Gen. Pass. Agent, Vanconver.
j. \\. TROUP.
Ueneral SupeHctep.lent. Victoria.
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[Nurseries
I    Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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lOKLN'Q TO   AND    FHO.M   AN.
IN    I'iiK   OLD   OOUNTR.
, .   BE   \li IANQED  AT THIS OF
f Irell  Jan. 8th
Corsican Jan. 22
���   othi:   flat a  and   particulars,
tiiply to
ED   OOULET,
0   P  K. Aijeni
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���-Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and ~��nth.
S���Royal avenue and Eighth.
0���FMfth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St Mary's HospW-il.
13���Second and Park Row.
tl���Columbia and  Dufterin.
t5���Sai, perton
33���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
M���..... i avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av��*��ue  and Fourth.
!6���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
17���Third avenue and Tenth.
"���'.'���^At-'imq and Sixth.
14���Schaake Machine Works.
Columbia and McKenzle.
_. P. R.  Station.
ill & Bucklln Mills.
MADE W CANADA
*r\     _1_T_B��__[ __��
Most Perfect Made
$ 250.00   In   Prizes
Given away every month
absolutely FREE with
Royal Standard FLOUR
Every  19 lb. sa '.. ol   Royal Standard   Flour  leaving our mills  Con
tains .. :��� u iberi I coupon,   On the last day of each month ln numi
will b< drawn and pul llshed In tli" Brst Issue of this paper following,
To each one holding the duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon
return lo ua of the coupon, deliver free of all charges to any addre B,
a HANDSOME CHINA DINNER SET of LOO pieces, value 125.00.
Full particulars on the back of   each    coupon.     BEGIN    SAVING
THEM TODAY. ', -.    ���
REMEMBER, We guarantee ever) sack pi   Royal standard i .
the purest, BWeetest and most wholesome bread Hour on the market.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY  BY
Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Public Market
Market   Clerk   D, E. Mackenzie
Open   8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to b p. m.
Plume  138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
old and used
everywhere:
E.W.C.1LLETTCO..LTD.
TORONTO,
ONT.
.#���       ADVERTISE       "_*
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY      NEW8
I'o  INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
Charnley s
Meat Stall
Prime   Beef  and   Mutton
Stall   and   grass  fed-
D
avies
fe��s
on
First-class  Cut   Flowers   a-d
Pot  Plants.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef, Mutton, Veal and P-rk-
The Daily New*, %l for three
months. The Sunday N ������**_-
Advertiser, .",0r. for three n;ontbj
C. E. SANDS. Agent for New
Westminster, P. O. Box 29,
Phone A 22.
Monk's  Stall
for
Fish  an-  Came
H. I. Keen
Vegetables  and  Herbs
Highest  Quality and
Values.
J
, c, Q .. ih.'usrs   and   Sttd.
houses,
S010  W-stmlnster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Van
comer
Acclimatised Tested S;'' h
seeds tor tha spring   trad.
ti*oni the ' ���  : i ������ wera In   En
land, Frani e,   Holland,   United
States and eastern Canada   as
���\ ti as those which can be sue
ce.atully grown 'n B. C
Extra choice loi ol V nil ���>''' >s
and Bmall fruli . trictly homo
grown and our own propagation
from I e irlng stock
Ornamental In all leading
varlt ilea suitable tor i lantln ',
In B. C All thi 'I make of
spray pumps.
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cul Flower i, etc,
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
fb.��en,  ���  ���
no of bis   >
lc\   thai
stands mo
some troth I i tl
trulli  In  ll   ."t.  i
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re ii"- En .i half ol the southweal
quarter of Bectlon 13, Township iu. in
tb.. Dlsrtlct of New Westmlnator.
Whereas proof of the lo*- of Certl--
cate ofTltle No. 6886F, issued In the
name of Johana H. Btrand, has i|<'t-n
Qletl In llii�� offloe,
Notlcs is hereby given thai I shall,
ut the expiration ol ons month from
the dale of th�� ilr*t publication here*
uf, tu ;i daily newspaper published In
the City or Now Westminster, Issue ��
duplicate of ib'- said Certificate, un
Ickh iii tha tt.__ntlnn valid objection
be made io me In writing.
O.  S   KEITH,
DlHirlct Registrar of Title
Land Registry Office, New Westmin.
star. ii. C., Dec 2^Ui  19n��,
"LAND SAKES!
,.,������!   I,, ri      'i hi ��� I** what people    '
wi���, ,,,!,., for ii" iii-i time and   '������
mi, in,1,,' ������    ��nd tha great ra
,.[,.i,   A(. , i ".      \ini when  w�� t*H
them I.'" . "''   '���" ��� sayi "1 am  -
I   ,||,|   ,,,,���   .     ..'    rOU   w-'i' b. re  bi roi"
I   fiirni.'.)i"l  m)   !i"i^'-"."     liON'T   .Oil
uf. BORRY, bui come to i*"' all I nds
of   ��� ��,d    ,i
Speck & Crandell's.
When you "'in' ;i">' kind ..f repali
inn  done,    ich  ��s  Kunt.  umbrallas,
tyimwrltt'r* or an) lir.lit ,nit'niiiit|<: 111:1
c.hliwry,  ���<. tO
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man  on  the Wheel."
NOTICE
We be- to remind subBcrl'iers that
to obtain advantage of dlscuint oft
current month's accounts, t will be
necessary to make payment if same
at the offlcn of the Compuiy on
('larks,u Street before the MoBe of
tu-.lnesa on the 18th of each montn.
lmrnsii COLUMBIA teuto'-honi;
OO-LV-ANT,  LIMJTED.
>ruod.    i li ��� in   ���  who lu lhe
for irutb >.,���. i I      wnj   liulcpi i ���.���
of other men ......,,, , i
(lens  Is COI lilllll)   llM   H Ml   V :'"'  I'S  apt
lo liu.l the -rente I and mo_l valuabla
'ruili. on ibe othei hand, it is also
line that science more than mosl other
tiiinirs lu life depcuda ou . o operation
.tu the help of one's fellow belu .-. and
rhii becomes i io imi lore true everj
day    Mini)   p.     .' npl  i.i i.'. ��� .-I
IwhatBclouce Bctitnll) I and whnl thoj
owe to science, for n la throinnh nei
ence Hint modem locietj  acttinll) ei
5 ist>��, and the developmenl of soi let) k.^
It is toda] would be luipoulble If cl
euce were eliminated llutnnult-, li
growing; bul If seleuoc and Ihemeaua
���rented by si leni r nro noi ��� ������ . Iiu
iiuuilly tt III b:i\.' i look torn i.ii to ��
very miserable future Therefore the
nation that wishes lo be enrod foi
musl Buppoi i  bi lem b ami those v ho
���nil;.   OU Hri.nlili.'  weii,      I', i.'ii.������>  Wlll
live ber own lit.- mill hn I doue io e\ ei
���tin. b the tla,\ . tt ii.n i'i ou elheu   ninAe
I hla fatal exi   lltl m lo the _.<,i' and
| Stole ib.' iir.' will.b Is more oi  leas
biiiniiu: In every oue .>r ua nnd cannol
j be extinguished    There Is something
I sublime in this evcrlnstlng ilro of sol
.eiue   Qencratlon nfter generation dls
I appenra The Individual it nothing, but
always "watchful In the loww  man
���ai*mii remain in ileepleti ������ ...ipiupi*
tion."���i>r. Nansen
NOTICE.
NOTICE la hereby  given thai  ap
plli ation ������ i.i be made b) thi   > ani ou
vn- Westminsti i au.i  .ukon ttallwn,y
Compan) u> ihn Parllameui oi   I u
ad_ ui lin iv -.' Session tor an \et lo
i tteud the time fo mmi ni lug   hi
. un itrui tion ol Mi. bi anoh llni iu
thorlted bj Chapti Ud ol thi Btai
utes of Canada, U I1 Jward Vil, i In.
,'ih followsi
(a) Kit.in a point "ii Me main iln"
betwi eu Anderson lai ��� and -teen lake
i tinning along oi neni Ulli oi' Lake,
Ullooei Rlvei and Harrl ion Lain, m I
thence soul hen hi i to i |iu il i
International ioiii I . I ii neai
the inv. ti of 11 nti tin-don '���   ���
vi., a of >���    :   i  '
i.ii'        . ,
in i.n  . b
l,;i   in  Of QllPBII , tit Of
near Tat    lai
i, i 11
... i,        ' an
rivers, rti nnl
I , i .ille;
(lil   ��� ... a point On
Iii Ltrl i i.  '
i'inn i, ���  ��� .   ��� ���       river,
���h, ni " alofl ���   .. rtvet W Tete
i.i.iii- Cai '
low Head P_��_, th acs by th.
onvenle-l rtrafe lo _   <��� :| oft
Until tb" r.-ii di. of July,
lo extend   the  time  f" ���   and
putting the s-M bruncn lines in o
ation until Iha t���t_ d '
ind anthorlxtag tba f*ar__onver,
Wsfltmlnstsr and Ysuton Raflway Company, subjtel to the provisions of
Bectlons afil, 3C2 and M* M the ^!'"-
way Act of Canada, to entei Into
agreements with the Burrard W '
minster Boundary Railway and Navigation Company for any of the pur-
[ideas sporlfiod In aa'd seriion 361,
Dated at Vancouver thi"   84th   dnv
of Dsoember, 1908.
MARTIN, CHTIC,. BOURNE   & HAY
141, r.rauviiu. street, Vancouver,
B.C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver  West-
mln-tter and Yukon Railway Co.
I'A,
The White Pass
and Yukon kloule
..    CONS \.\ CAR< K, '������   \i | IN
'.    HORSE,   DAWSON   tad
WR1 VNKS >   ��������� ��� m (ex, ��� i-i
! ng   . ���-,'��� sengtrs,   mail,
���    ��� nect   with
itagea at * srerosa and Whltr. )',.
ing    '.   lb. OUgh   *     -'Ot    ���.-,-. .   *
>rmatlon -ippU  i ���
li    ROGERS    i   - -     U ...... ��� .
i -.11.18 & Steamers
\ \>     \v��- ,, .
.   I    . ���, .
Xew \ ���.    ������ i.
Ll     ���     ',-   I.    and
IRE \ I   ���  m; vii'.-tiN it-.ii way
1 \      \ \\ | ;.. a ii|,>   I   p ���,
i.t. N W. i 36 i m    ai   Seattle 10 p M
i ���.   \  u   ��� ��� io a _    ai  Seattle I 16
' B ill
' i \ Seattle S 10 a m , ai N, W :t nm.
.it.   i tn   a    N   W, ..f-
i p ui
I,\    ". ittle ' 11:30    i N   '     -!_0
1 a ui
G   N, ii    i'i'". v rJI ICHON
No    ' ���.'    leuvea    --��� ��   ^ ��� i minster
n    ti      "\ ��� Quii ii "i o p ic  i'ii
.: ,, . outtt ��� '{ ���" ���  . ���   10:10 I'"
.   . ���  \\ L'm     . and
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i nave Qu cl on '��� ;|1 a m    rrlvi Ne*
w ���  i mln iter 8 ' -  Fi Ida) e    il io Don
i.   .  n           in ni    "���" epi    Quli hon
i ii. id i;   m.i 0 a in   fhursdaj
Lv, N   W, 0  "ii '. in . 3 pin , an t -..55
p tn  r.M \ ancoUi et
I ,\    V hi, nt, u>i    j  ::.���   a in     1   r  >.    and
II 30 p in   i"    Wi Bttttlu it( :
li   0, i'i i':rrnii-��ANCin.ivsiR.
Leave New Westminster B'-O, 8 30
i'.mi, 7:2n and s -in, and aver) bait
t  thereafter tm it p m
t,v.   VMietniTer   for   WoBlniliiotfr  at
BiBO, B r.o. | "ii ind ball hourly till
11 :io pin
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent train Service Hetween
Civcago, London.
hatnihon. Tor-.ii-,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
i   pal bu  new centers of
M     110, Ql     _E<    tnd the MARl-
l'|-,IK PROVINCE-.
'    Vt   fORK and
.       ara   Falls.
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(JF...       .rt,     VA     ��
, ��� iifn'. i'a - ��� .     and 1   I
in      It       aeo. III.
'P.OFESSIONAu.
A. 'M.i.kr.    BARRISTER
.  itojtm 12 Loi est,
House
P'i(,-,e  1 l I
WH��TE8lDB  &  EfDMONDS,
ters and solicitors, Bhvckle Bik���
Columbia   street.    New    Wostminster.
A. ,1. Whiteside. II   L. Kdmonds.
Notice.
Take notice that D. I. McQ'iarrle, of
N.w Westminster, B. C, occupation,
electric railway ma nag-:?, intends to
apply fur permission to purchase the
ring described lauds in tho district of New Wi stmnlater:
immenalBf at a i opt planted :i!
thence -*}0t 'o northwe I cornet- of lot
1882, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly
and norherly to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more or
less.
DANIEL JOHN McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN F. BAOCB,
Agent,   i
Dated Decomber 19th, 1908. ;
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SNAPS
We have several lines
left yet from our fire
sale which we are sell-
j ing- at away below cost,
I such as Soap with the
wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some
can goods also.
See our Window
Eight packages "Force"
25c
Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
EclipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &
Lusby
DOWN RIVER SERVICE
SEEDS IMPROVEMENT
Widely   Signed   Appeal   Forwarded   to
Capt. Troup Asks Return o<
Transfer to  Ladner.
3 lbs. Creamery Butter,  !
$1.00
This is the best value in
butter on the market.
Try it.
No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks !
{ (not frozen), per sack,     !
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows. Turning, and Bandsawing.
We make a specialty ol   :
'steamed a_d kiln dried.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End cf Third Avenue.
Phor.e 413. New Westminster.
The accompanying la the wording of
a petit! m with referencs to ihe Btecm-
er service   to Ladner   and St-vcston.
which has   ieen  widely circulated and
signed by the leading merchant-.   At
the      - nl time thi   Ramona la tak-
ng th       .i < ��� the FTavorite, and the
:��� | -.,   elow, which was
remove i from the run at the end of
August, lies  awaiting  instructions off
Lulu Island.    Tho    Canadian    Pacific
withdrew   the    boat    because   [|   was
stated she did not pay.
i'.   ���   Troup, Manager C. P. R. Steamboat St rvici :
Deai    Sir.���The    undersigned   merchants  and  residents of Westminster
and district petition you to replace on
the  New Westminster and   Steveston
he sl amboal Transfer, as the
pi  ���. :,���       rice       - noi meet with the
Oi    of   the   people  of   tbe   lower
I :aser.
The sti am!.oat Favorite having sunk
in il..- river, th- service al present is
entirely cut off. If our request Is
granti proml     .*ou our undivided
���
And. as  In   '��� in       ou    pt-ti-
.... ever ),r.iy:
George Adams, J, Anderson, J. Arm-
ig,  li   Ryall,  R.   Larson,  J.   Free-
in, H. Sc    a \. W.    , ,-,-.*,'    T.
B     ;s, ii. Bowe, T. S. Annandale, C.
S    Richmond,  H.  Morey, W.   B.  John-
;:- ii -."ni ach, G   Leaf   W.  E.
S             T. If. Smith. C. A. Welsh, W.
Id, T  !!. Barban ���   J. Kennedy, J.
<;   Brown, J. Digby, E  Nobles, Ander-
H.  T.  Kirk.  Dan: !     _
I         Bi :i son    & Ayllng,    Hal.   Bros.,
���  ���.   S ii     '���'"   C  Curtis, A. Cha
F. Maxwell, Gilley Bros . K
On  Wn. It. A.  Belyea, J. G   G
T. Ovens,  I'. Lashn ir   A. J.  Holi i ���
T. J. Tra] p,    B   i       Packi rs   '.   'n.;
,'.   i ��� Brunette S
and Roya '   mlng Mills.
J.  HENLEY   PEMBERTON VALLEY
Manuf-tiHirer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated, Water?,
Family  trade a  specialty.
Tel.  113. Office   Eight strj
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
i.-QiliRES ACCESS
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the rest qual.ty,
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Elia.-d Bloz<, New We.'r- nster.
Orders    laken    For
Chimney
Sweeping
Ieiepnone 164
Thomas Peters
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I What's to
Become
:
���:'oniinued From :���. . .
all cas. a Import duty waa ���
In   \usi al i on tht   nel ��� .-,   w hich
similar quuntil les of
���
ion   in   thi    coun   .    ol
,.'..��� . ,        eniimera
elude , in    In  dutj   i al ie.
Mjsceilanttous.
W.   I'i i       ected em
>t the iioard.
L. li. Lu-     i:    iloulei were
���n   imu   mem  era  ��� E  the   board
to   mini    the .     the annual
 ting next month.
ll. T. Thrlfl  waa welcomed back al
ter iii-  visli  to  England    nd  made a
very in-, resting speech on conditions
in   England   to ia*,.  und  i lie o
ft p  ipaganda.
The provincial secretai 3. Hon. 11 .
. ote the provincial .���>.���
Had determined I 1 al Ide by thieli d ���
clsion not .1 ��� shiblt a the Alaska-
Yukon Pacific exposition, holding It
was a federal matter.
A. letter from ���>.'. G, Parmalee, d p-
uty   minister of  thi     Department  .if
'l in It  and 1 lomnieice   was referred I ���
the  trades and commerce co*ntmlttet
.'       i,'jd   for  Information   tending  to
Im rease the foreign trade of Canada
the pn paratlon of I   idi  at itlsUcs, and
liffiislon of commercial  Inform-
Hon received through the trades' 1
mi.tsloner,
PIANOS. ORGANS. SEWING MACHINES
ANO PTOGfiAPHS
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
pytmTain
SKATING   RINK
NEW        CF P. HALL.
Eightn  ant!   Agnes  Streets.
iloirs; Morning, 10 to 1J; afn-moon,,
..���0 to J; evening, 7:00 to 10. Admit.j
'ion 10c, rkat-s -'���>. On Saturdays!
30 to 12, school children under 12'
-���viil b��: f :rnish��J *>k-ites for 19e < om<
mutaticn tickets now oft fifllo. 'Phone
A 48::.
of Them ? |
If will your family
rovid ,1 for?    N"o thought-
' u   man  can  let  that quest on
remain unanswered.    You owe
Z  thi m thi  proti ction that III
4  sui ance ---ives.
The   new   Reserve   Dividend
Policies of the
TheSunLifel
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
furnish Endowments at Life
Kates. The guaranteed Cash
Surrender Values und Paid-up
Values aro exceptionally liberal,
ln keeping with the other terms
of the policies.
See us about these new i>oll-
cles.
ASSfSSCR APPOINTED BY
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
J. W. Creiyhtcn Nominated to Succeed
S.   A.    Fletchei���Government
Agency   Still   Open.
j f. J. HART & CO., LTD.
����������������������������������������������+<.������.+��$
ihe   position   ol   assessor    for  the
provincial    government      district    of j
Westminster will be tilled by the ap- j
pointment ol .1. w, Creighton.     The
appointment   has   been   vacant   Blnce
the death ol rj  r. Fisher, the government agent, In October last, ihe asses- j
S{"', S- A, Fletcher, having b(H>n act-|
log government agent and assessor In]
the meantime,
Mr   Creighton  took   un  active  part
i!l   'he   Conservative  interests  in  thej
recent  redera] campaign.     The posl-
tion  was offi     1 to bim   a few days!
:b*-'" :i"'l  h    lias now  decided  10 ao
oepl It.
" . Interviewed yesterday,
said       ' , ,.��� informed of thej
'���' '""'"' decision, or received
anv Intimation that he would bo ga-J
* "��� l governim nt agent, but he pre-
""""'' 'hi appointment of a suoces-
Bor '" ']L Hon Indicated the line
rnment would take.'
Collister'
Janu
Hundreds of customers are taking advantage of our
January Sale prices. Make out your list of wants and
visit every section of our store. Investigate our offerings. You are free to examine and look around in
this "store. Remember, at prices such as we have
marked these various garments we must clear them
out. However, the stock is over-heavy, and rigorous
methods had to be adopted to start them moving
This sale closes January 30. Now is the time to avail
yourself  of the many money-saving opportunities
Some Exceptional Snnps in
Remnants of Dress Goods
ads of 1      s Good cl< ared out
jai ,.'     Sal..     Son    of these   ads ���'��� ��� if seeing an
have                   i keep them      '��� ��� longi         Reduction
r>   piece.      l'       ���      -    ������     ���'������ cent
t.  Boy's  i              i           Dresses, I                 for a V
just have a li                h the          inani can save mono
Hundreds of Remnants of Staple Goods   of   every   description   at   big   r��
tions...   Several  lots of L".:e   Embroidery    and    Ribbcn    Remnants,
at low prices to clear up the odds and ends.
Staple Lines at prices which de
note Sharp Reductions.
at :    \'^<-rF
THE-   - -,r   - .*;-
r^'^   ��� '������:'; '-AT  r
��� ���'.
SomeTempting Reductions
on Laces and Embroideries
at 3c per yard.
one ioi ol .. and Flannelette edgluj ,-��� 5c -'.
8c;   now  pei        I   3c.
At 5c pei' yard.
nn . ' ol Pillow 1.,' -, Torchon
I.are, Valen lennea 1-ice, etc.,
to clear out al] odd ;iuuerns in
the vai ..      and patti ��� d i
Regular prh     ��������� to 16c;  now,
per yard   5c
At 8c per yard.
One lot of Guipure, Oriental and
Val-nciennt-s Insertions and laces. Regular price 12 li'c, 16c
and 20c; sale price per ;ard 8c
At 10c per yard.
One lot of Cambric Edgings Insertion.-!, Lace-: of all descriptions.'    H' gular pricei.-  ir)f. to ';iJr.
a; _o of thi Be populai
In   ..;���! I. and colors.     \V<   1-
i��� .���...> considered tli-- e    i.i
is being of the best val
the stock :.< over heavy, so
tr out this lot  we auot.
price which win find them
purchasers. Regular prices |4.i
to >4.75;  to clear at      $3.-'
Some   serviceable    Dress
Skirts at $4.95.
One lot of Ladies' Dress Skin
of the very best materials _- I
newest styles.   Cloths used ar
Vicunas, Venetians, plain Home
Spuns,      striped    and      check'
Tweeds in almost all colors. Bv-
'���ry skirt is tailor-made and u;
to the usual standard of our gai
inents.   Regular   pric.--   $7.DO I
112.60,      Now    $4.9!
��� . ard 10c
The Low Prices continue
on all Ready to Wear
Clothing.
Ladies'   Coats, s,. ,   suii.  ar
half price and less, in manj In-
stanc-a there Is Bt for u
��� ���lling goods.
175 Underskirts for $1.00.
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at $3.45.
One lot of L__iev Liar.;, Sateen
Moreen and Cotton Taffeta In
dersklrts mad.' full l_ gja,��� _.1(;i
fancy    plaited    frill,      Reg	
prices 11.23 to $1.76; tali ;,rlce,
each $1,00
Heatherbloom and Moire
Underskirts at 3.45
Regular   prices    40c  to   $4.76'
W. S. Collister & Co.
TME  STORE  POR WOMEN'S WEAR
11 pieces striped flannelettes 30 to 3. inches i i
width. Regular prices 12 1-2 and 15. Sale price 10c.
10 pieces ot English Flannelettes in stripes,
fast colors, good qualities. Regular prices 20c.
Sale price 1 tc.
15 ends of English prints, muslin and cotton
delacacies. Regular prices 15 to 20c. Sale price
lo l-2c.
300 yards of plain colored sateens and striped Moreen.   Regular price 2
Sale price 10c.
One lot English and Canadian Ginghams in dark and light colors mosl
striped patterns.    Regular price 15 and 20c.   Sale price 12 l-2c.
150 yards Twilled'and Plain sheeting in white or unbleached Tn to 80 inc
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 oi I
our entire stock of this make of embroidery silk.    There may be some shades y
can use.   Try some at 3 Skeins for 10c.
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