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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
sSSURANU
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. $
VOLUME -I.  NUMBER  12.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C, KKIDAY  MOR>   ���;     JANUARY  15,  190'J
FIVE CENTS PER COP*
BENEVOLENT WORK
REVIEWED IN CITY
Association Holds Annual
Meeting���List of Indigent
Shows Decrease This Year
MONGERS EORM
CANNERY COMPANY
Merchants Acquire Industrial
Cannery for $25,000���Preparing for Quaternary Run
CHARLES S. DOUGLAS ELECTED     mm op m  m ����� ���ed
TO REMAIN SECRET     AT SWIFT CURRENT
TO MAYORALTY Of VANCOUVER
�� , ,,-.   ,, , ,, vict From Royal City Ends     Worth of Goods Destroyed
Pioneer of Terminal City Has Six Hundred Majority Over;     fjjg Ljf(1 jn Victoria
 .I  meeting  of  lire  We t-
���,!    .     Bi in vol< "i  asaoclatlon    was
day, .Mayor Keary In    the
I k 'I'li...   were present  -Mrs. Hill,
1        ;   | |i ni,    .Mrs.  John   Forrester,
I v       p,.|u-(  ,   Mrs.    Jam, s Anderson,
T,      ,���    \   Welsh,  M's. Tupper,  Mr,.
il      Samp on, Mrs. Bi II, M ' .
I ami   the   secretary,   \V.   A.
1
,,,,,,i, ii reports  wi re n ad an l
ij       | -iit,] die officers tor 1909 wen
low  :    Pre ildent, \v. ii.
i ,. a.. .Mi i. Hill; tr, a -
.  M     John Forrest, r, In place ol
.    ... ho retired;   seen i.ary,
\.   uuncan,    A   hearty     vi te     il
tendered   to  Mrs.  Tu
. ie  '.   'I he i' presentati,,
..Mine.I of v..un-it's ui- of opportunities, An effort had b en
,. un Monday were ap- made to secure the Premier cannery,
follows:     Mrs.   Hill,   '1 ih    '������(-,<)-<!      Xuicaqn a&wfaPf
en   ll      f . a ���     ind Mr.   John ���   Acuities,   v
A number of business nun have acquired tho Industrial Cannery tor purposes of , inning sockeyes during
the great run which takes place this
year. The principals are Martin Monk     The  munlclpul election  in   Vancou-
and Mrs. McDonald, and with them are  vdr dld  Uc���   ..���,,., d  in  bringing out
T. S. Annandale, L. H. Lusby and   I.     , , ,    ,
i a large vote m   ti   .  y, ult hough I her
Polngai -t re.    'I he  purchase pi Ice    is ]
about  125,000, ami   ihe company   will  M  e ,iv "lum,,s  '" "'"   '" M  '"
float Bufflcleni capital to pay the pur-  Mayor, all bin o ,;  the wards had
Editor of World, On Small Poll    Mayor Kealy, of
North Vancouver, Snowed Under    Victoria
True to Present Incumbent.
Man Supposed to be Ex-Con- Quarter of a Million Hollars'
-Vorth of Goodt Destroyei
-Two Trainmen Killed.
\\ Inntpeg,  Jan,   11     \
lltKl
cnase pi ic.' ul the cannerj. The name
will i," The Olenros, Cannery Co. Ltd ,
and the offic, a at  Whiteside   and Ed
elections i"! aldermen, and in all dls-
11 lets there \.. s a roi for licens,
, oinuilssionei's  und  si hool   i rustees.
na,inIs. the solicitors tor the company.      ii,,.   beavi   snows   w,
find the charlmen ol two Important
committees like Aldermen St. wart
an ���  Hep mrn, defeated bj  such large
tn .    li ���
1'. :i   eighl al.ii'. i.i. n ottl i in:; Hi ini-
��� .  re election, Aid   McSpaddea
i' '...ue I   by   acclamation      ome
daj - ago, and onlj  four Becui ed ilieir
��� ��� ' Ion i" the council of IflOli, Messrs
As Hi" sockeye run is exceptional!detrimental effeel on the polling, and
this year, the new company looks to ,���,. coun, wa natui-allj late with the
lo n large ainoiinl of business, and]mass ,��� bylaws, ID In iiumbcr, ,-.-i,
thoroughly experienced In Ashing mai    three plebescltes  to  vote upou
th,   ..'<nii.ii        .-ill make the besl      c. S, Douglas ua I an nia-
jorli j foi maj... In " aril on ���  i he ��������-1
end of the i       n   I here oh alne I two
Thirds of Iii    inajo Itj  ovi     I..  I,. Taj -
, lor,  ' dltor of the   Woi' | , ap
ither   had   u | Campbell,    Morton,    M icM linn     an i
po
iii
��� nnual Report.
\V, A   i inn. un.  read
port:
eni   I a    s, . .'���'.'���
.ii    ii ,:  :���. Deci mbe
I'       olt.     ['h,    tin-. ,���   def, an
M   ��� rs McStiii an, Calhuid and Mill.i.
' ��� ���    chool trustei    and   Icei commissioner   chosen were in ai coi lane
with   . ti    |> in ral  for, cast.
: incipnl su itside
il  Mi   " .��� al
Tlh   \ line iiiver,    ���    lh,
rural  i i i Ipalii j     f  niori , I.an
double tin,         en                     . | .
\ MARKS
;    '     .1 '       11
i'i ni.: soi   ' idlum   . d  noi  < i imi   up to
expectation,   and   it   Is   surprising   to'contest  had  been   i verj keen  one.
MAYORALTY
CITIZENS' COMilTEE                          -. ,,,,., , ,  ���.
DOUGLAS, C s.       ���.;'.'    :;...    :.<:    206 ml _S7     _01H
r VYLOR  I.I'           -'    I' .             .:' 260 IJOii     13'Ji
ue''��   Resolved   to   Fight   Coquitlam      Lake   ODLUM,   _       1-1       69    106    309 -Ft 111
\ ICtOllil,    II     C .   ,1a ;      i I.     "Do    liul
blame uie for the course l have I   ��� u
as  life  i-  a  total   failure    it  will  b,
useless ... i,t   to find out  who 1 am, "  '"',;  '''    ' "" '" '    '"'   ' ot Swlf<
Is tho farewell uu   sage of n man ri Current, when two       n \\ r,   ....
Istered ai the Queen's hotel here Tiles i I and $250,000 vsoitn.
daJ   ���'���'   Alb, i'i   i'.:...i,���ii.   wh ist   dea i iu. rt liaudl ,  was iu
 Ij   tva     found    j ���  terdaj   morn In i
With    a    in,Hie   ol    Ctll    OliC    ai Id       It   11'
near.
disasl rous wreck oc,       I on   be C, P.
i of Swift
,   i... i
I,   ||
i
i bi    a lines  oi   in.   ,.   i ;  .i      j,  D,
King, tn. man; li. 8. To        .... . :n in,
both  el   Ml .liilue   Hat l>,;-
i lie nam. given la evidently an alln , ,   ,
'U und  i. ..... .     .       lloun    .��. : ���
and ll   Is  ili.-Hi .     that  the  dei  n i d
. ,     . "a  " iloui Ij   a   ..... ired.
has i.' ��� nt:.'.   li.   i    ��� li a .,',i  from Ne".       ,,.   lMfl    ,
.. ,     i He s li. train wa :..,.'
Westmin it. r pi nil ntlary,    Upon    the    ,   ,   , .,
on a   i.iiii:; waiting .. ng ot
t'"" '    ' "' n li u dsome woman i,    .,   ,., ,   .   ,..,,, ,   ,
a   lasi   ii. Igbt.     i li.     . iteh   had  ovl-
'   '���   ii  ;n   WCre   r. 0   : ;    n   Dell, il    " I'li; .,
1        ' dentlj   been left open   i ,r the fn ight
Is  trie   mill    woill   'i   in   jli..      ... ! 1   foi ' ,
.-a-.il   iiiiiiui.'Miin a..,.!     ���   i i . ��� rate
iu     11   i;
i id   lit, rally   el.ur     . .        . h          ui.
train,  sraashfn    n. > .... ,i  ,���       to
i'i'.,   i - .ni.i sfttlng Hi to tlie .:��� bri
1       raluoabli    Irelgl u.    qu okly
n nil no nu ..��� 1: it
11     allk ...iiie 11., nt on
                           ���     i-'n., res    ul   i'i ;'���   Si
and   wa     pon.il -i     -���.,.'  ,i���:.
Channel   Will     Be     Ken.   Open   From   ni, r, bants
Mouth  of   River  to  Wharves   at 	
NEWINGTON CHABTBtEfl
iir FR4SEK RIVER MILLS
Big   Mills���Scow   Lit,ployed.
I
���..... and     ie  ������ f.
nine.    'Hi"  number of
|, . i ted '���:  Ihe   oci' tj  during
...,,   16.   The num ��� i al pres-
,:      lane-, is eight
I ... amount    ei elved    rom the cltj
��� :: ing thi    ��� '   v\ ���   ���".'   '  and
nouni   paid  oui   v 6 10  In
ad
tn
var:
sani
IB'
l.ot
for   the
ni
iii Ing  a      la ic,     d irlng
ivhich c.-lved  at
ided  has
inainlj  spent in   i     oen   ol gro-
.1     ..III   ���!'
a and . hildn n,
n Ing the yeai   ...
ous yea
the   nnnib, .���   of   Indlf ��� a!
d''':' ���    ! ian Incr, ;,--
'���   the Inc
ie n  .��� .ii i im
:.    nf  the   ���  ..
Scheme   THI   Engineer  Has   Reported���Another   Meeting.
STBWART, I)   M,  , ,
Mi'i'i;i'i;\. w. ..  .
',:    itiO
In   spit,    ul it   J
Martin, K. C was u
ai ��� ��� ap-
uf  the     \ 'a     i .���������     Powei
t hike Coquitlam i.n Wodin s la.., '   ���   . del, -
il   for
li ������ and co ���  ��� xecu-
v,    i inn,, i!   : ;. pro
ceedings WU ��� ir ' ���      a: ���
The  on
CtOI ���     "     1.  It.  0
appearing for I     Co   i   lam n sid, n
��ho ian  th, ��� ��� d
.in,.  i.. ii.. . ije,   "ii nt'
��� 'oqultlam   V'ali to  ;i
D . .lam at ill
men atti ndiu \
(iray and Henl, ok,
an ' .1    i\    ' wed. giving
on to til eci
���i.i    I.
i    ���
���  li in,    an,I    ill     ... '    '
.      , ,.i.ni' -   ie
rllb lllise   ol
ary.
p tin   cil zens
,,     -i ���  e.   !    ill.      ,.i   '     : .       I   11     '...      i
*il!inlljl\   1)1    IKlltnLLij   call an which  a  i_-
.  n
i en ��� ��� ��111 ' ��� cun d from
.en -ill... i bsolutel. : ai ui Hal, lo ;������ ���
porl ou the scheme. A prominent
innnibei ul the citizens coi mitt, u sal i
y. sii'idiiy they would noi let matters in i till an ' iuoui had been
ma ������ ��iii. h was satlsfactorj to them
as . afeguai ling the city.
it, ii. sp, rllng, ��� a ��� "'I manager for
th, it r E it. gave an undertaking
In .1.. n li.ii. \. i lb.' ex, "it:i\ ��� thought
ie . ���    inrj
..stent ������:-��� iii .a:,.������   in, u wuo sa    in
last   year's  council,    The   flrst    two
named in i ������'���i ward are electi d
Warn   I.
ALDERMEN
Ward   6.
Dr   W.   fl   McKechni    ami   Mil.   Mar
niiil.in   elected.      AM.  Call in 1 anion
���  ���   ��� ��� I . andl ;.' ���
I'll.-   I' .....      Rivoi    Mill       '��� 'in, a:i>
-x    100       ii'..'      i    , bai i.'ie.i  ihe    icunii :   N  ��ing  in
1        ' ' -���' 'N''        "111    I'.'.    .1.    I'll I, ���     for    US      ..      .'ul    ll '
... i  until -iicii ii..i   ���' icrvlces
n .   longer   considei ed   in i ssaai s ���
i In nrrangem, nl betwe, u i he mill
and   M i    I'Videi   was arrh il
i      ion |j after the i Itj council, win i
i'
979
687
-.',:'.!
SCHOOL   TRUSTEES.
!>..  Hi   Ion   Jiicl    .1   .1   H m  an and
Goodman, A. E   	
Prescott, J.  W	
Ramst y. .1     r��iij   ,     ,    ,. ,      ,    ,.,.,..   ,
Lockwood    11    291
...      . , LICENSE  COMMISSIONEI'.b,
Ward 2. I
���    i, ll    .1.   a.,  and ���     s    .1   ���'     H'    N    i-!:''"'   ;""1   ''���   Finilla%     ',n
PLEBISCITES
"    municipal    em'
RN MATTERS GIVEN
Under   Suspension   From   High
= 1 Is Given Wholesome  Ad-
i Gen* rat   Deportment.
Ward  3.
McTaggait, .1. L.  .....             .. 291
Klrkpatrlt k,  T  -'y".
McGulgan, T, F  :';"
Knowlton, E. S  223
Mcintosh,  D     185
Ward 4.
Aid.   McSpn Id, n   ind   T   O.   McH I :���-
' d  bj   acclamat  ,n
Ward   5.
W ti '.   : le,   T.   .1.         ". ;-
Morton,  J  163
���Mills,   R      12G
Hat is.    W.                                            ��� 226
...'..    .   111 i        :��� ���   boil',   sit,   cai
Other   Polls  fer   Mayor.
Vict, ria    \ Hall    ��� lect. i   nver
M  : 11      ijority,
N'analmo���Ex Ma or   Hodg	
���'���il  -..   im; majority over Aid, Barlow
an i  ��� x-Mayor Quennell.
Greenwood   F   Bunting,    S icia - - i
. It ,'H'il.
x.irtii  Vane ,uv. t-    W   II. Hay, 381);
.Mayor Kealy, 183.
ilriiitn ;il,     ,lan       .        I'll. al
Stilt, ..leiii     ..I     i':..      , ;e   ..       -'-.\ ,ti
Cu       it Is l     I- !.    ���
\t   .    . . a in    . ���    ' .    i.   .    |
a I      -.ii   ti rear
of a fust i tuiit) .. ilch bad
,t-iii disabled,    i��� ���;���    nn Kli
am n I'   tei and I I li
Injur, d   K.uii   , g     .    men b tndl   i .in
1       i     freight w<
.{��� tl  . "
FOR BELLIMIilMH WRECK
Nanaimo Men Accuse Japs
of Breaking Regulations
���
.  in,    ing  ol    h,    Uoai d
��1 i ni   oen held   last   ulng,
lining in iii..  flooring  ol
[ th   w'. it tn i achool w. re
'I to the   i ilkllng comlttee, of
;' "   I''   bl,      i     ��� liiiiiiiaii.
Structural Material
waited on the
members wiib
'"  '    tuin  Hues  of   tilings
���   liL  firm.   The  appointing
ai th.   High school was
lil-  ''..ni!, of the management
r      ''���.   wall   will   Interview   the
"i" arriving at  a deci-
*.< MM
���i:i' janitor, j. r. Adams, ten-
'' l,i-' resignation, which was ac-
f      p  H'liii", a suitable substitute
cured, Mr, Adams will sever
"'"""''Ion   with   the   schools   thN
t;
���'"m'-t lad, who bad been sits-
I'1'11 from one of tho High Bchool
j1 ' ^ misdeameanor, was given
| "dlence by the trustees and ad-
"'' as to hi- future conduct. He
" fa-admitted to the Bchoo. In
j
' s in connection   'with    ihe
ln8  "i   the estimates for   L909
" [M"t"ii by ti,,. finance committee,
|TED  STATES PENSION
LIST    IS   $160,018,000
: '' ll;|on,    |).   (���..   Jan.    1 1.    The
' " Hon  appropriation  bill   lor
[      '���  "ill carry fllft.ois.oon. The
".    by $u,nnn .op than ibo
foprlation tor list rear,
Nanaimo, Jan   11     i ���������  I ��c il rlshPi ���
m,,,  as .  t   tiia,   th    Ja| am  ������    ai
openly \ olating tli        ' led ft n
itiK r, an! itions In ��� e wat, - lie
ftshi nc- offli inl- ih n: tb ��� ass rtlou,
���in,l dei ii" thi �� ii welcome the
,, istanc of an one who can prow
taht the ri rulation* hate been violated
.\ ,|. ��� gallon "���' the white fishermen
..I,,     , .���    i ,, obtain a ���      natures to
. ��hlcli iir \  .in nd foi ward-
.  , ii  in ;���    pra . in ;  foi    Ii     pro-
biiiiti n.   ..I    Japan .       fii lilng     n Ith
in   iii.,   Nanaimo   babor.     Al
li  th,     li ive now obtain, d 1,200
i,  b to the p, tIrion thej  i xpeoi
I., ad I mo irv.arded to
(iiii.tt a.    i .,      eiitiou  w a ��� ."I'm , un
.i       '   .   I   . ������     I         i ���
. da :'.,   i h..  provincial
b     election.
WROTE   MASTERPIECE                          I SIX   NATION   INDIANS
ENGINE   RUNS   INTO   SLIDE                                 AFTER   DREAM   IN   CHURCH.                      LOOK    FOR   LOST   FUNDS
AND    FALLS    INTO    LAKE ���  	
ii.i ��� I-Hiiii'. .1 in. II Cai .yini; its
. ii in. ��� , and fireman with it, tha
locomotive ol a weatbound C. P. H.
freight train ran Into a inowsllde at
8 o'clock this morning, and leaving
llie rails, jumped into .tlie lake, it
i- presumed thai both men were pen-
in ,i in the tab ,,f ih.. engine, could
noi i-caar. and were drowned.
11 la reported here thai only tb,'
inc.,i,a,tii.. fell Into the lake, which
is
ni   ilil.-.   point,  rapidly   shelving  to    a
iniii'li   mentor  depth  a   short   distance
from the shoreline,
Information as to the Identity ot
the two men killed is bolus withheld
by the authorities,
WATERWAYS   TREATY   WILL
NOT   AFFECT  GEORGIAN   BAY
ll,,.tfo il, Co .n . -an. 11 Rev. Chii'.
K stoi . In i speech bi ��� laal night
before n church club, said bi< mother,
Harriet Beocher Btowe, received the
Idea "i "Uncle Tom's Ca iln" In <
vision which Bbe   had in   church In
111. 'I. ford,   I Inl       lan     I I ���    A    .1.'pull,Moil ol Six Nation Indian chiefs lias
 ie to Ottawa to press a claim for
the sum of (130,  which    was in-
ed by the Impel al authorities In
which be saw clearly depicted the {the year 1834 In the Grand River Na
pathetic death of old Uncle Tom. He ligation company. The money be*
said bis mother b-gau the siory with   ,,,���,.,.,,   ,0  Ul(,  six   NatlOM,    and  tne
this   scene,   writing   the   book   back
ward,   1" ;l  ier. nt court case it was
chown   that  Mrs.  Btowe's  sister,  Mrs.
s  s.iiii  to In-  about  thirty  feet deep  Isabel  Beedler Hooker, held commu-
nlcatlon with spirits concerning her
will and the phases ,,t' Nt everyday
life
Ottawa, Jan, 11���it. i- announci d
hero thai the waterwtiys treaty now
petiilin:; ratification between Great
Britain and the United States will
no| Interfere With the CCOrgl tn Bay
canal as thni waterway will not diverge an ounce of w.-i'.-"
. r' ni lakes.
B.g   Real   Estate   Deal,
unlpeg,  Jaa.  14���The most im-
poriani real estate (ransactlon of the
niiil, , in ibis city was concluded yes-
terday in the purchase by the Ortat
u i lai" Assurance company of the
northwest corner of l.oinbatu tin.I I tori,��� streets. Tli.- site .-ilmost since
Winnipeg's beginning has been virtually the enter of tb . business district.
Tii,. company win erect a commodl��
..us iiml Up-to-date building for Its
own use. Th.- er.��t will be iii 'hi'
neighborhood  of jur.n.nno
Inve tm,'in turned out to be a unal
loss. The ,iiisci ndani ol the chiefs
whose money ii Is said was wasted in
me early days now claim tha amount
a< rightfully theirs, The case- ma]
ultimately ��o to the courts,
MINES  AND  SMELTERS
ABLE   TO   RESUME    WORK
Nehwn, Jan. 14.���The olnw and
smelters at Trail, Rossland and Boundary, which were clo-ed down on Sat-
irrtaj   by   the extreme cold stopping
tl lectllcal   power   supply     Of     Ihe
West   Koottaay Power company    at
Bonnlngton Palls, resumed work yea*
te.ilav.an.i the power npany la now
able to inpply It* customers with all
nocea ary power nn.i llpbt.   T he cold
'i. II   is   nver  here.
Im.I   in . n   guarann .'in-;  i.-ii  i vn n   ,:
.ar  nl   sill .  Iwo  '
���.' . . the in '  ol the Ice sma hei
. , n  ral  merchan
I   i in   ; a    , mi, Iiimi u   i in,   ii
: 111      ill!   iv?r   Was ' 	
would        Inadvisable  ;" draw   upon
i he civil   ii easury  to anj   greaiei  i x
Acco i, ...i,   uWillili Intn ui.AjilIJ
the   V v. Ington   will   ",'��� n   ,i.  channel
from  iii.   l-'ia-, r mills   to  t ' -   watei ,
ng     an  i un Bhl alle ll       COW,      pill'   ���
I  from ,'apt   Pen on, as an li i
���."iii.fi.   The scow will be turned up       liellinshani,  Wa   i     lai     I!
���   down anil will    e pu h, i ahead u    cor,,a nmoi       to sli on   '���
iii.   Vc-wington.     \    .lie cold   Is   le a   bodl  -  ol   Englneei   n I   .   and   I': ���
' nina   on Iderabl     It is exp, cled thai   ui m Stuart, kill, *-recl   ol
-    "���     of the Newlngton will prove Greal     Vorth n tn  a  at
a1 npar ttivelj   i asy. ��� South Bellingham       i i
'-.   ��� irdlng   i"   ������' ��� amhoai   and   rh        .       ������ i,- afteru ������ ighi    i .   .
..a   there has noi  been ii  daj   since  dl i 'i i arin    lhai tli     witch wa
"   cold map si ,'ted i! ,a     i ou i   oin i  and   held   :h'     t   - '  en ������>   ia ���
net  lave travelled  up and  down  tin   ;,..,, r.i.    i .     th.   ac, I
'.'���   ii r. lii    ie    a.u  being -u thick a      pit- ol   th.   rncl   ilia    Ih      foreman,
to iievent n-.vlgatlon .,,   Sarlund    Brak,   man   Homei
i    '     and   i-.i.. In, ���     ' '���   Id   VIon ih i
if tli    ��� i. Itch  .���    ���'    ���   tlfled that  the
,;,   ��,-).-   not '���     Snrlund
inisal  OFFICERS   |,|, ... lt| ,,1, . ..    ...,,,
Ihsi I ni ii, pu) | ,;. and Chan, elloi
II.   !���'.. pison   in tall tl   Hi,   officers  ui   ��AYS  PLNNY  CABLES
Royal lodge, No   ii and Granite lodge, ARE  NOT   POSSIBLE
No   16,   k. oi r . lor lh,  en ulng t,   i
1 ���   lei daj   i i' ii it    a    follow >|. i ,,,., ne, Jan.  14.
Royal lodge    8. ' I   Tldj, C.C.; J. 11     \. ������ , .    .,    -   v ith o
Woltz,  V. C;  C. Stein, prelate;  J. R11     ,   , ,,   , ���   ,, H
!.".miii".   VI   ..i   W.;   I'   (1 am,   Is   u ,,,,,,    ,��� nn
It. .v.-  S.. il   S.  Ulakeley.  M. ol   F .  J.   |,   |H airly Indlffi   enl  to the financial
Jaggers, M  ..:' i-;.. ll. Hatcook, master asjieci which was    i i itniesslyexpo
iii  arms;   \   Swausun, lutdd,   guard;  ed ti   th    in   ting ol   n.- Colonial in-
l.   Win. outside guard. I stliute,  and   H   's   i   ''   obvlou
Gianltt  In Igi    'J   H. liai linn     CO.;   th,   pi nn   a '��� :"   would
liiv.   Dr   T. Wardlow   Taylor,   V.  C        ,i..    ,   itopendO-S  oost ti)  the  tax
E   C   Morrison,  prelate;   E,   Rontley,  pnyers of the empire,    Australia ba*
M  of W.;  \. McDonald, K, ol i:  .<'��� S.    alreauj  had a  lesson In the real co>
\    i'. .en .in   ,\i. ... f .  c   li   Dean .  0f tbe working ot  i cable in the au-
M  of K.: I'. Mcintosh, M al A.; J. H.|nual  lo a of |800, ��� on  the  Pacific
llm r, nub i'. in ill la    lard; I. Grimmer, | nne und even   t onlj a further $60,-
oatsldo guard. |o00 were  required, no . omt.nonw��>ttlth
"   - ���  Igorernment wouW dream of increasing
lu expenses to thai ,'xt.nt.
KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS
A    Real   Western   Play.
" i an  Lleutenanl   and  i he  Cowboy ' I
i    Hi,' now western  play  Which comes        Canadian Companies Not Buying,
to the opera house tonight,   The play     Montreal, Jan. 14,   The rumored ac
Is one which obaervea all the dramatic | quiretoent  ��f  Wisconsin  Central    by
unities, lias the virtues of great poss   tne Canadian Pacific has   ieen s verai
iiilliil.s, probability and playablllty In  times   officially  denied    bj   Canadian
I'.'uitic bead officials, Including President Shaughnessy's absolute denial ol
.'n\��� negotiations to   hla '''id.
ihe combination with dramatic Itensity
and thrilling interest from rise of the
ciiriiiln t" ihe last climax. Instead
of re,i tii. iir ..��� la real lif>\ Instead
..f threats ami murder and the torture
of the Innocent, there is a villain and
a hero who ste neither impossible or
smirched beyond cleansing imi a
heroine who shields the man she loves
from the resulu of a crime she knew
mocent, and then there is an
abundance of scenery, which is properly correct, and one run almosi whiff
the sace brush and alkali and all   ais Carrie Nation Arrested,
helps t��� make it roally worth while Newcast|je-on-Tyno, Kngland. Jan.
un.I without doubi one of tha greatest m,���Carrie Nation, the American an-
mllltary plaj-s of repent yoart. I tlsaloon   crusader,  was arrested  her��
"The   Lleutenanl   ami   -be Cowboy"  yesterday while engnpcl  In a *en=a-
in,r-i h.��� Ni'i'ii to be .i"ti"'ci'i,i.d. ''iniiiil raid on a Paloon.
To Settle Dispute.
Ottawa, Jan. 14.���Judge Guttn, of
Oitawa, Is appoiut.'.l chairman of tb.->
board of conciliation which will deal
with the dispute I,.'tween the Kingston and Pembroke Railway and
telegraphers, *
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JAN. 15
i9fl��.
I Wanted -:��� Lost -:- found  :
| for Sale : To Rent-:-ttc. |!
*w-��:^::i':::i.;:..::.. '."������ '��� ��� .'": ;
IX)ST    Hock, ,    '.a'.,' (Boker's Domln
Ion), with boot attached, on Satui
flay, I ������>" ��� :-��� Burnabj  lake and car
lime,    Ri .' i",i it left ai this otflc
WANTED    !'���> ition      y    experienced
ladj        ���    ... :     .      .HI.        A.CCU   t.lllle.l     I"
lav,  v.  ���'      Vpply A. !'... tbis office,
M)ST - Soon h pebble bn och    Plndei
please returu to Daily Newi   office.
LOST���On  north  Hide    of  Columbia!
Btreet, lady's purse containing sum
of   money.    Howard   at    Dr.   Man
, heater's office,
fcOUNl    'Pun      containing   sum   of
monej     etc.;    owner can   receive
sami   li.-.  ,"������ ug property and pay-
;  '      this advertisement,    Applj
. .,.; :   -:, .:.' i., I'li.vr of Columbia
and Knox i ti ets. S ipperton,
LOST I'", i" th ok, between Royal
Bank of Canada and postofflce
l>'lnder klndlj return same to tuls
office and receive reward,
LOST- Small parcel gent's laundry.
Finder please notlfj   this offlce.
FOR    HALL - household    furniture,
suitable for five room house, In
lir.st class condition. Apply owner.
Box 973, City.
WANTED���Nursemaid from    1 to    0 .
Apply  Mrs.   John  Brydges,    come,
Carnarvon and Elliott streets.
1 I RENT- Board and room; piano
close In.    340  Third avenue, nea>
Fourth street.
FOR SALE���Second hand piano in
first class condition, Apply P. 0
box 838. city.
rO RENT���One large furnished bed-
room, n.-ar library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to 6 v m. Mrs, Dr.
Jon.s. Royal avenue,
IO KENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alt\. Speck,
V BI S T M I.N S T B R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
klndf of help promptly, free ol
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
8t-eet west, Phone A 2750. Vancou-
r��, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and systemi*
ing, Guinn & Falrley, Phone 1117.
18 Flack block. Vancouver, D. C.
BIRD   SUPERSTITIONS.
Qu��er  Beliefs  That Were  Held  by ����*���
Ancient Mariners.
Birds as Inhabitants .of the air were
iinturally chosen by tbe ancients >\a
oracles and augurs of future happen-
lugs. The sensitiveness to atmospheric changes shown by many birds unlet)
la establishing these notions. Tbe real
Indications often furnished by sea
birds of a coming storm or calm were
doubtless magnified by the anxious, so
perstitlous sailor.
The custom of hanging the sen swallow so that the bill may point to lhe
wind arose from the old time custom
of suspending the bird by Uio teet, expecting it would renew Its feathers as
If alive.
Divination by the flight of birds wa*
a favorite method in the olden times
Saiiors watched their flight tor Indications of prosperous voyages and favor
tog winds. As they were thought to
fly through tho air to heaven, they
easily became messengers of the will
of the gods.
The albatross Is believed by Jack tat
to sleep on the winds. It was at one
time thought that the petrel hatched
its eggs under Its wings.
The kingfisher was at one lime kept
in chests to keep away moths.
The fish hawk was esteemed a bring-
er of good luck; It boded good or evil
ns its cry was to the right or left
There was an old  superstition that
fftii'.i were never seen bleeding,   Shoot- i
I Lug stars were thou supposed to lie the
_df digested food of winter gulls.
CLEOPATRA
i The S+.ory of Her Death From the Bito
of an Asp.
i    It is admitted that Cleopatra killed
i herself  to avoid   Vicing  exhibited  at
j Rome in the triumph of Octavlus, w'ho
b.u! made war upon her and Antony be-
cause the latter had divorced bis (Oc-
' tavitts') sister on the queen's account
But did she die from a snake's bite!
ll iu belter to think not.   "If her death
bad been caused by any .serpent, tha
tmail  viper would rather have be<H|
chosen than  the  larg" asp,  hut  tha
��tor;,- Is dlspioved by her having 'ieek-
wl herself In the royal ornftTfttjnts. ',-4
being found dead wlthonl any m_M_!
or suspicion of polso;   on her      1   '
Death from a serpen' eo ild not
ha o been mistaken, ua.l  her vanity
[ would not have allowed her i i "boos*
one which would have disfigured he*
j in so frightful a manner
Other poisons were v 11 understood
| oad easy of access, and no hoy would
I tuivo ventured to carry an asp iu a
I banket of figs, some of which he even
I offered to tb,- guards as he paste.;,    ���,.
' even Plutarch shows that the si i
the asp was doubtful   Nor Is the s
carried m  Augustus' triumph, which
had an asp upon It, anj proof of bis
belief m it. since the snake was    ..
... Egyptian   royalty        w
I statu.'  (or   the    ��� ������.���  nl   of   '"      vr-a
could not have been without o-ae.
i this   ���-.-a;,  probabljf  *.h*  orlfflu
whole ston?.
TRADE
V
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
Our store has been
tried and proved
to be the best
and most reliable for prices
and quality.
To encourage cash!
buying, we will
submit   the     I
following:
W w W
roi!o\v directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. '���'���
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
"WATER  CLAUSES   ItlNSOiHmi
ACT, 1897, AMI AXEWING mj?
Vancouver Power
biDpany, Lhntu
Five Cents i
NOTICE }s hereb        en ,
wi'..-   aft, r date ap] , ,(
mail..'  to  the   I .'.��� al' i: i.������ ';
tti
Council  bj     i'.i"    Vaucouv,     ,.lA���
j Company, Limited, for a it
ttllcate of Approval of its I     o , ���"
O0J,
dertaklng in the ma -
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J   qintltuii  Lake  in  the  I- 0j ^, .
Chest Protectors
AT ALL PRICES
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DRUG
STORE
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t       EYES TESTED FREE
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Westminster.
The works Intendei
. ;. t lie    rtill.-.l.":��� '
i' i ii   ind tu ,"uia.
in,-   follow!
I'ho  erection of
Bib a   .at" .,  " it  ,       :������"���    .
���,\ Ith a i !��� si ��Idi ti   '
ll  l'.lick;, ���    th,
feet ;it tho upper . a ' of thi
j pi r trhannt ���      ���  '���
I clent In Ighi '" . a1 ��� ��� the ��������� .
I Coqultluui   lake   by  about   -
I splllwaj cii tuiiei to be m
| feel wi le, 12 feet dee]
| lUrplua water.
And all Buch nece
1 i.u woi ks  that may  I i n
...  .iii.i  effectually ca I
i oomph ie tl    aforesaid I
tUavill; .
It Is lu      led to in.it.il a 21
,     ��� ling frooi   '.''
ream  i lam up int,
,'.' i act to 1 j
��� ���    i'i of Ne
and to ��� a-' t wer for t
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Manufacturers and Dtaters tn All Kinds or
Lumber,   Lath.   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
IFish i\nd Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Flam and Fancy Glaas.
M a l
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acreteiil
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Marma lad,
>n's  Mai mo nil
M   rmal
H   FARMERS ATTENTION!
50c   I
; J Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
,'.������'1    Mann:
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^. New Westminster
a.-���.
i-ru-    -.
fat :'-11,
La Pou d     , .ii* famous ruble p,..et, I ,,.
was a unst abseotmlnded man.   Meet '
Ins on. day lu a saloon a young man, j
he was no htvorubly lmju-er-sed by hit |     Sad
conversation that he expressed his ad-
miration for him ia the niost flattering
t?cuis.   "But be Is your own .-ton!" exclaimed o guest In astonishment   '_��
it' ��yj?" replied th,�� poet.   "Then I ua
the more ilellsiit',il to make  b'.s  a*>
quaiutaaoe."
tlie   Ua montl,
aunt'
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Accounts of Organizations
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ADVEItTlSB IN  I'HE DV1LY   NEWS
ir  YOU Need Anything.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B -
A   K'..li'l..
"Tor iv.niif time past. Ive been bey
tng a dozen '���gu-t overy vreek at this
store, and I invariably llr.d two bail
ones in every dozen. Something's go*
to in? done nbovtt It," said sn Irats
housekeeper.
'���Well." said th* new clerk nalvet;
an,i witb a n.niet smiiti, "mebbe if y����
o.ily bougbl  half a dozen you'd only
j got one bud oae/'-Orwcer's Lil
' *.*wett����.
Barn 1
-  ��� pro en    t'i
."���-���  ..., the mai. 'i.    N" risk
Ing  It.     Wi guarantee    its
Butt r,    Mbs.
14-lb. bos tor
Government 1 ireamerj
ited quantity  left.
Ginger jii^i^s.
Tea.
Nt
Empire,  1  H,
Ci fli'H.
ft/th
ap^'^C".''' ";'
1 r ":>,_.-��
Save 20 Sn this month
it.   1::   - Cash,
you 1 quire In Crocki  )  or
Glassware.
GROCERY   SPECIALS
to,    (la   re), 2 for., .25c
r      10c
Cann, d Com    10c
, i ���        [mon, ' ���>'��� i!i tins, r. for. .25c
Canned Salmon, large ;in>, - for..25c
Adams & Deans
Groceries   and  Crockcryware.
COLUMBIA STREET
Valencia  t:.,i.-.ins. ?,
Th.-r-.   an   .  ,-;,-��� .
jost   in.    ind   they
l.,.-���       Get   a   -sn.il,I
Church  Societies, Pra     nal Organization     1 ,
and BuninesH Associations will find   ll   convenient
have surplus funds in a Savings  Account, stihjei
two or more officers.
We m^k.. a. specialty of this class of busin
CONSULT WITH  US TODAY   and   we  will
full details explaining our  system
bs.   Trade   l c
and   desirable   10
to  tlie  ci.ntn.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0*0*C^C^O*C^CX3*0��0��0*0*0*0 0^-^_^C^>K3*00��C^C^O��0*C*0
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B   C.
F.  8. LYLE,  Manager.
in. 1.1 v
lii.'iU..     |t.
in a-.-a jii:i--
MacKay s Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases aud Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
1
Booksellert:
Stationers
News Dealers
��Mr  busin, --     Is
;i.-    ..-i,  this   ii.-'lic.ni   of   :i'U ���-!
��� ",'    ... going     t"   I'".;...    lit   nip.
~ , "      li    pi   . -   like   cash.
ES
i% <h <h
Public Supply
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. , $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     u
McQuarrie&Ci...!1'";" ^^���m.MKitniAxi'-
FRONT  STREET.
Mew  Westminster.
Telephone 3J3.
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
A little Good Coal
makea a big, hot tire when a lot
of poor coal sends out f,b heat
at all. It i-; economical to buy
om- coal, because   it w   cieani
.goes' fartheat;'makes most heat!
leaves very ,11.1,(1,.' ush lltltl COgt.a
.no uiort..:,pet;:. urn than poorer
prttrh>ittV'We."d\'iliver it to any
; part, of the city. Full weignt
' always. Telephone yonr order
to us.
�����___
GILLEY  BROS, Ltd.
....
nnection v
w   \\ ��� ,
���   a t'i "i   v.
I the raising of thi       ' 1 le el
ch th   ' >mmi
not . \< ���   I ��;' nn an
api roxim ti      estli
I quantitj   ���     tlml '    on 1
. would noi ��� .
1
��� ( ���   acre.
Ii   is   propost :   thai
present   recoi .   i    b;
from Lak,   Coq li   ,
1     itzen
i���.,' . .
'..������.
and al 0   nnd
so to b e c 0
���    ition '' the
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tion of and
und, . taking
:,,   . t.. a
of Approval of I
��� ounc     in i
ova   . '
��� ���"', do so ; ; ��� fit!
Th,  . stlmati     ���   s\
Ing h a oui  J20I
The Power Company ������
subscribed   before  it      _i
constructions of the
; dertakhiK and works    re)
1 of the powers In that I
! by  the  Water Clauses    Coi
v.- 1897 Part IV, one thot
shares of one dollar ($1 0 ���    ,ach H
the further amount of cai
ed   to  fully complet,   ih.
taking will be provid ;,;
hundred and ninety-nine thousand
iarj ($'199,000) to be made W
BritiRh Columbia Electric R^1*11
Company, Limited, to thi PowerO-
pany to be Becuredbj Mortgage W
of the Powi r Company In b'0"'1
or decimal currency carrying l-W
or by such other form of r--(,urit''
may .be agreed upon between tl
parties,
Tho time within whii h
ther cai i,:,l of one thou be I   '''*
($1,000)  is 10 bt   sub
months from th.   flai
certificate of 1   pro
Iuk and win W 1,
The  BUld un 1, rta
are to be ri',nii.i'-ni'..ii befori
ation of three months n 1 ��� 'n
of "obtaining a certificate      ';''"1'
to the sum., and the sal
be in operation within two     'r'^'
date of commencement of the ���,l1""
And   upon  BUCh  appll ' '
usual and nee.
and effectually 1 airy    on
proposed further undertak r, i fill
up],lied for.
Dated at the City of Vancou^1
the Province 6f British Columhl��
2Mb day of December, A, D L9tM
VANCOUVER    POWER    COM?'
LTD.
o. H. Sperling, Geoei
..'���
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_J |Geo. Adams, Prop.
Westminster Woodworking to.
BANK AND STORE FITTERS.
builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Blackie Street.
MiinaPl
Jararese Employment A^
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Pi-omp"'I
Mala  and Female  Help
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana    McNEtt-'-y
NEW   WESTMIN-TICH.  B- C
"hone  H31. P.O. 60- lFfl(DAY,   JAN.   15,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Mail Service
Following are lUe Lonrs ot despatch
a arrival of mails at the New West-
i-atnr oOBt office, the hour given Inl
,h page being the hour of closing,
each cat"   * ! aynopels    of    Canaa-,o_     North-Wett
,,...>, I. half an houi, as a rule, be-1   '
*��� the  actual despatch.    All mails, j Homestead  Regulations.
,-jess otherwise stated, are despatch, j ^y even numbered section of Do-it
(.,j and received daily except Sunday., _j._���_ lands in Manitoba, Saakatch- I
The '��lly malls aisl'alcnod and re- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and -ti, j X
ceived Sunday are the <J. P. It. south not reserved, may be homesteaded by j ���
ami C. P. "������ east mallH. not Including j any person who is the sole head of a j 4
tDe way mails. Sapperton, Eraser family, of any male over 18 years of ��
Mills and Coquitlam, , age, to the extent oi one-quarter sec-
Mal,s Despatched. tion of 160 acres, mure or less
,   ,,  ,. in. (closed :it eleven o'clock      Application   tor  entry     must    be t
,,,, ,s  night)    Vancouver    via made in person  by the applicant at
"Owl." * Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-
v ancouv ei
and  (except  Agency for the district  in  which the
via  ll. C.  Electric ��� land is situate.   Entry by projey may,
!.'
,;. n. i
; ;  'll    ,1  111
,.,,.. ;,,  | Victoria
. However,  be made at an agency on
Sumas and Seattle, including all U.j certain conditions by the father, moths' points east and  south, and points <��. s0��. daughter, brother or sister of)
between New Westminster and Hunt-  -"' Intending hi isteader.
B.C., via C. P, R. south; alsoi    Tlie homesteader is rejuired to per-.
east  Sapperton, ami   Eraser fonn "10 homestead duties under one'
' nf the following plans*
tl)   At least six months' residence
.ipon  and   cultivation  of  the land  in i
*ach year for three years.
(2)   a nomesteader may,, it t,�� no1
desires,  perform the    require']    res:-!
.lence duties  by  living on    farming
iand owned   solely  bv   him.  not less j ���
than eighty   (80)   acres  In  extent, la IX
the vicinity ot his homestead.   Joim   J
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement
(iij    if the father (or mother, if ths |
father la deceased) of a hom, Header
nas permanent reBldeu      on  farming  X
iand owned solely  by  him,  not less  t
than eighty (80)  acres In extent, in i f
the "iclnltj of the homestead, or up-  ���
on a homestead enten l  for by him   %
In the vicinity, such homesteader may |J
perform his own residence duties by   ���
living with the father (or mother).      Z
(4)    The term "vicinity" In the two  x
preceding paragraphs is defined   as ���
er,   Port   Gulch,    j meaning o ,- mofe tbcuf alne miles in it
nd Sunbury,    dally a iiir.^,  n-_   ..��.,.,,,.:,.,   ... .i,��� -.Mthi#
ingdon,
C, P. It.
Mill .
g;30 a.m.���Blaine and   Seattle,   Including all -. s points east and south;
aiso all points between New Wesimin-
t  .., i  Blaine, via. ('.. N. R,
^(lt,. rjiovi i.. ��� and district (Clo-
,,,��� Valley, Sun , Ci utre, Elgin, Allu-
, a- . Kem Ington Prairie) Hazel-
1Dere, Port KeU '. Hall's Pralrlo and
Mlcom I iii -. ��� d dally except Sunday; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Tbursdaj and Saturday; Tynehoad
and Hon Accord     i'ednetrday and Sat-
,, . ,. malls are nil received
same di *t( ':"'u-
ll ,,,, nco iver, Victoi a
Central P i;   '���'��� Electric rail
way.
i wberry  lit     1
South Westmin iter,   h
nd   K'-iday).
i Burnaby, by c
:;,    Burq iltlam, by courlei
2:00
twcBtham i
���
i
BARGAINS THAT
COUNT!
ii yo i're the kind of u person w
of quail .   .,i the goods.    Yon can'l tun
prlres.   The question is:   What   kind ,
a  i'.  no inilllc.'lii'ii's  Of pric.
of the paper ��li -out   eomint
and how new  are they?
�� il it.,ik,   up f r lh,
i. ce   to Cut       a il.
ac
lov
The sustained Interest in our Red
wer. not so admittedly remarkable, '1
ferent,   Prices such as these i ; eak  Us
Sale v.i.'ii i seem remarkable
ts ������-' distinct t'i in   n,, :
'.ves:
in   lhe   vo
111. s a-  our c!
'h'ns
Table
On   Our   Bargain
Have SUITS Ranging
We
From:
a direct line, exel . Ivi
..' the width !<r
be!t
in
....���,' Siuiday; Woodward,   Tuesday, of road  allowances cross, .
and Sal rday, via  steamer i    .. i ��� :u-ut,
C.Bruce,   (Sti (5J.   A   homesteadei   Intending    to
itnrnni ' ��� ::;1 r'  " ���'   ���    ' --".:->:-n.   his  residence  dull, ���   iu ac
" Is ic,   with the above, While iitfng
Van    ivei    and     i ents or on farming la_.d own-
������_  north. I :- hlmsell must notify, the agent
, .. /-.       nd Burnal j t   '     '      ict of inch Inti nti
s -. to .<! i. for
1 'J i.,    15 1
18 n>    20 for
$5.95
9.95
11.95
a it. i    r . railway.   Saw
���in extfn B despatch Vic
toria >'n v>. ������ ���
�����>.,,. ...'.! nu-  all   r.
8, point th, via G. N. R
-Flyer"
._>.���:.,. st. !
IFraser Mil /.lam.
Moi ' ���' nt   C.   P. 1(-
' ik<   n: , ',
all     In ������       v.    tmin   ���
...i ;  die
... p The 2:30 ; m. C.P.  etlgCl
R.   .1 'i ,. 11   Lower  Pi ���
iitlsm exc,
. Port Hammond,
Mission     Cii
Agasi Iz ai i     Hoi    Si i a
Mails to   i ������
Six monl       , otl ������ In writing must
"   ��� .  ���   to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Otta va, i f Intention
to     plj for patei I
SV.  W, CORY,
" ; .-      '   I e Mil I > . of the Interior
All Our Heavy Overcoats and Craven-
ette Overcoats Reduced 25 Cents
On tne Dollar
$22.00 <),. .. oats   :>'  $16.50
20.00 OV'      'it    for  15.00
18.00 Ov, n  iats  tor    13.50
ii  Overcp ns for    9.+0
;''    ' on- -   for     7.50
One quarter of  all   our Underwear. Sweaters,   MacKmaws,   Coats,   Men's
Pants and   Furnishings ot all   kinds...
l ...   rb   n the pi        .in  aim   ���: to e to -i. the best obtainable In men'? and   o
.-:      est in quality,  si tone,  and  al   tht   lowes!   con : lenl   prices,    We are mindful of the
careful man whose Income compels economy, but who is just  as particular to hav,. things right.    Our
rice   are made on the basis on quick sal     an i .-���
Ths   Chaitty   Tr��.v��l_-   Who   Cn��rr.��4
R-tph   Waldo   Emeici.
It is related that Ralph Waldo Bin-
���jt,on was otter ou bH way to CaUfo:-
���la when he wa< jo (_��� by a man wh*
was altogether sn e 'ihhU) und chatij
_r.t an othT-r1>w Tedtei(tf lourney w����
rwdered quite cheerful. This man'*
name wan Backett, und he told Mr.
Euiersou that ii�� rexlded In Ban Praa-
olsco. Mr. Saek��tt ln/'lcated all tb*
joints of lnterc��i ulox�� the waj, r��
latnl a lot of amusing anecdotes anil,
best of all. was also an attentive 11��
tenei-. Tbe consequence waa that Mr
Kmerson .iiujh ti> tbe conclusion that
Mr. Sackett w*- as charming a man
as be hml ever met, and It was In thtt
positive conviction that he accepted
Mr. Kackett's Invitation to dine with
Via Immediately upon their arrival In
i *Jan Francisco. The next, morning Mr.
| Emerson waa astonished and annoyed
I to find la all tbe loe.nl papers this
ttartllng personal notlcet "Professor
Ralph Waldo Emerson, ihe eminent
philosopher, scholar anti poet, is In our
city as the truest of J. Sackett, thi
W'-lt known proprietor of the Bush
Street Dime museum. Matinees every
f i Valf hour. Admission only io cents.
y j flu double headed calf and the dug
11 ttU'f.l l,"v this wrv'.i'."
4~_
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S��
Where Men Prefer to Deal
Helping an Invalid.
A trained nurse mentions a? among
lhe little tliiiiKs that help make an iu*
ralld feci comfortable and rested th��
frequent brushing of the bii.r and bath-
'ng of the hands and face, l doir>
gnow what it Is, whether these action*
Just divert the invalid's mind or renin
io effect seme i byslca) chi nge for the
better, but they certainly help the sic-
or.e to pat through the day. Eau d.i
lologne nn.'. tho vaslous -tiuet. wateri-
are very refreshing when added to the
tvnter or used Independently 1 once
_e_rd n man say that if be nuldn'*.
tiiiih wash bis hands and face ao-
coaib his hair in the morning when h.?
goi up he would choose to comb his
bair. It would wake b!m up bettPr.
U' felt something of the same Bense
of physical comfort as tbe averngi
convalescent or Invalid '
Cariyir.
Thomas Carlyle, "thji initc of 'he'.
sea," tlieil without winning mtu'b ��� er
sumiJ popularity, a fact, however,
which ia forgotten iu atimirt- on of hi��
genius, t'ar'jie exerted a greater influence on British literature during the
middle of the nineteenth century a_o
on the reliaious . ad political beUt���i
of h'.s time than possibly any other
Hritish writer. He never wrote a He*
that he did not believe, and In regard
to style he cert-inly bad no b-jperlot
Pror. the position of schoolmaster n.
an obscure village thh> great 8, i tsmto
rose to be a leader In ihe woriii of t��*
turs���l.tjudun Stiindard.
Lower Fi
Freight and Pass-
bervice per
SS. "Favorite
ORCHESTRA AND CONCERT COMPANY
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C.   i'    i:.   east,
���   Mill'  au I    G ���,'��� '
and ngers to
, ��� -.ween New V.'���. tminster
and Wei tham Island.
. .man Kei : : daily
Idltlonal ti M
a\e  \Yt ��� ad 7
Ftldays at ���'��� a.m.; (
.leaving
callli     it S
iff ers
Trains & Steamers
mver, Coal al  Pa k
I Pra
Durnab). I ��� courh r,
' SO p.m .-  ,in, by courier.
!fl |i.n ..a i  Se ttle,   In
-'. , olnts; al io all points   p ,���,
''"  l.v. St attl,
Li B\e     N w     \'-"J '  In t< i
1:20, 1 ...'". 17:42 and -^
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12:25, 16.27, 18:45 and -'���'.
iliKAT NORTHRK.N  IIAll.MA'i.
1.'.   N \V   9:13 I ar. S. al I,
L.. N. W. 4..>5 p.m.; ar. Senltle ll) p.m
Lv. X. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10a.m. , ar. n. \v. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:26 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
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Q, N. R.���PORT OUIOHON.
No.  397    leaves   New  We_tmlnste
li. :!.:���() p.m., arrive Qulohon 0 pom. Pi
days;  also connections by  10:10 a.m
Electric except New' Westminster Tuesttay an
4:35 Thursday,
00 p.m    Victoria via Vancouver.        Leave Oulchtw '6*30 a.m., arrhre New
7:00 p.m     Sumaa   and Seattle,   in-   Westminster S:4n  Fridays;  also con-
ludlng all U, s. points and points be-jnections by 2 p.m.    except   Qulchon
en Huntingdon and Sew Westmin. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Thursday.
ter, via C, P. R. south;  :,i-" PraseriLv. N. \V. f.:.0 aim.. 3 p.m., ��nd '*���&
MIWs. p.m. for Vanoauver.
1:00 p.m.    i-   P, It. east Lv. Vancouver ��:35 a.m.. 4 |I0_. a-d
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
B. C. ELECTRIC��� v ANCOTJViCR.
lieave New Westminster 5tW,' 't'-'0'
6:50, 7:20 nnd 8 nttr.., and ev��R!   ^alf
"The  Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Pan!  toU��*r tlWWrttar till��- pm.
Chicago,  "Short  Line"  Omaha to i    Lt. Vancouver tot   'Westin^/7
Chicago,  "South    West    LimW-d" 5:50, 6:50, 7.1) and _Uf^-^
Kansas Citjf to Chicago. 11:30 p.m.
No  trains   in   the   service   on   araj*;	
railroad  in   the   world  that   equal  in .���,,
equipment that ot the Chicago, Mil-  advKRJ}-*�� W thk D**M
waukee _  St.  Paul Railway.     They '       A-T���.��,nsT.'      W
own and operate  their  own  sleeping ; f
��nd ''ini.itr ri-rs on alll their trains and !
give    hi     _ trons   an   excellence  of
*ervi.:   i     ,btainable elsewhere. /th.      DAILY      N �� W I
H. -   ROWE. General Agent. vv^ng,
134 Third Mt, cor AWer fi.-tlnid. Or. H Votive PUl .\H *"'
"The Milwaukee"
Avvnu riSK
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_
Edison Theatre Two appearances only
Tonight and Saturday
Prices for this engagement only 50c and 25c
Seats may be ^served at box office. Matinee Saturday at 2:30
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY, JA,.
1S. 1909,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth aud Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
Tlie  Cullrt.
"Mary, ha? any one called white 1
was out?"
"Yes, ma'am: Mr. Biggs was here."
"Mr. Biggs? i don't recall th*
name."
"No, ma'am; he called tb see m��
ma'am."���Strand Magazine.
FRIDAY. JAN.  15, 1909.
WEST    INDIES   AND   THE   SOUTH.
Hut a few years ago this grouping
nl portions ol the North American
continent would have seemed strange,
int there can be no doubt thai tl)-'
neud of i vents. In this century in the
I'lilted States points more and more
to the dawn of industrial activity rn
fh'.r  South' rn   states in
Ca rr*Mtt)d<
Teacher - tVbat are pr.rallrt lines.
Micky Mulberry, what aro. you fcrlD.
ulng -it? Micky Mulberry���Sense me.
Miss Sharpe, but any ,oldy might
Make de e_me mistake V. . i_*��i_
ORrallsl bar*   don't yer?- Puck.
NOTICE
Get the Habit
Gramophones
and
Records
i
We beg tu remind subscribers that
tn   obtain  advantage of  disc Hint   off
current  month's accounts,    t  will  be
a  w.-iy  never  necessar)   t., make payment   ,!' same
drtamr-d of bj   the .statesmen of the   at   the  offit r  the Compaxy    on
Reconstruction period,   In Alabama ia j Claxkson  street   befon   the   dose of
the flourishing    city  of liii uiingham,  business on the 18th of each montn,
vhich may some  day    he  a rival  to   hkitism   COLUMBIA TELK^HONB
day business Is'
larves    in  the
COMPANY,  LIMITED.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited iu  the    Laud
Flttsburg,  and every
increasing on   the    w
.outhern ports,
The annexation of Porto Rico, the
.-' I'upatlon of Uuba, and the opening
o' the Panama canal mean more to
the south than to the north. Thou>
a nds of dollars worth of articles will
I i3a   through  the  canal,  a.id f.el.htI
Insiness  will develop enormously  in Registry  Off!      In  the City of  [s'ew
��� short period, because it will cut off (Westminstei      Brlti b    Columbia,  the
:bp long tea journey by way ot Cape,pia-  anil   ho.,-K 0f   t-eferenct     of its
Horn,   Tho effect on the West Indies  Westralnster-Chilllwack Railway
will   be   very   large.    At  the  present   the  town of  Huntingdon  to  the Cltj
time   the   BritiBh   possessions in   thi   0f  Ohilllwack,   passing    through  the
Ctvrribean sea are large producers for j municipalities   of   Sumas   and   Chilll-
i he markets of the United SiateB, and   wack .and   the  town  of   Huntingdon
tj at is one of the reasons why th'.' j and the city of Chilliwack, being
are looking askance at the proposal to   t'ons four (li and five (5)'of the said
conclude      reciprocity    arrangements i railway as   shown  on  the said   pian
vith    Canada.     The    vi It   of   Sir and approvt i by the Chief Commis-
Charles Lucas to the Wo3t Indies ia   siouer of Lands and Works   for  the
sifted to be connected with the pro-   Province of British Columbia.
posal, the Canadian preference having     Dated  this    12th day of
had a great deal to do wLh ihe in-   1909.
crease of trade relations Letween the A. E. BEi K
islands aud ui" Dominion.    Other lis-   Solicitor for Vancouver  Powei
We are agents  for the   "Columbia'
cylinder  and   disc   machines  nnj for
the Indestructlbl, cylinder and double
sill.- disc records.   Come in and hear I
them.
SPECIAL TODAY���BROOMS, each 2Sc
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE  BIG  STORE."
We buy for < ash and sell for the same.
NOTICE.
PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINE'i
AND PHONOGRAPHS
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA STREET
��� ���
Just Arrived
������
Bran,
Shorts
Oat Chop,        Wht
ta,       .����uuu{j,        w neat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheat.ets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE. BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
185 Columbia   Street.
O.   Drawer  100.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMI,4STr
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
cul  regulations would  doubtless also;
do much to Improve the existing renditions.
This may also  lead to    the    wider
question of union with Iho Dominion,I
to make  Lruish  Nor.n.  America  evtn!
more united  than  at  present,  though
the small populations of the Windward
and Lei want  Islands  would  probably
put them in a position of dep ndenc
on tin- greai  and  wealthy  Uom'.n.on,
ind  while  representative  government.
in the .sense it is understo d In Canada
has   never 'la   n  the   (ai -,   yel   il   i
not   iiiii" s ..iii,   '���.   tor see   In   .it,- tu ,
ture an  election  fought, as  was the
Cent one In Newfoundland, pnrtly ou
the cry of no union with the Dominion
The connection    of    the    Southern!
Sta t"-   with the  West   Indies is  vcrj ,
close, and with the policy of expansion which the greai  Republic has en
t, r>d into as a world power, the trade
relations will natural!) Increase,   Tha
imperial  sentiment   musl   be fostered
between the mothei  country, and thei
IslandB  on   the  one   hand,   and   with,
Canada on th, other to met t this nat-1
ur.al    coalescence,   The   devclopm nt
of good mean.-, ot communication has
proved the best factor in imperial progress,  and tins ha-  been  ex, mpllfled
- nee the Elder-Dempster line, under
th.-  able  management  of  Sir  Alfred
Jones,   open.',!   :.   service   for   tourist
traffic  with -real   Britain,  which,  In
addition brought West Indian fruit into the houi" market at a    very    low-
price.    The  rjingston  earth make    of
1H07  caused a set-ba, U  in Jamaica,
but the colony  i.., recovering and   the
time Is ripe, if not tor political union,
at  any  rate fur  fiscal    arraugem m
with Canada.
pany, Limited.
Choice "Meats
AT THE
Central Meal Market
r''"-,ier Eights  Rt,  and
PHONE   33
nrth
BOWEl.L &  ODDv. Proprietor*
will apply  to  tiie Parliament of Canada at Its next session for an Act extending   the   time within   which    the
Comuan]   may  commence and   complete He- Railway the construction of
which   was  authorized   by   the   Company's    Act of   Incorporation    being
Chapter 08 of the Statutes of Canada
1907, and  to  authorise the Company j
to enter into    any   agreement    witn
the Vancouver,  Westminster and   __��� j
kon   Railway   Company  which is   au !
thorized by Section 361 of the   'l.ail-
way Act" and for other purii-ises, and i
January, authorising  the    consft-.^Lpn    of    a
, branch line from a  ���.:���������.,  In the mfli:.
lino  authorised   i,    ..::;!���. id ot   sub-j
section 8 of t'e       mpany's Act of In- ]
���, ������ ��� ���������: ��������� ���        h     iii nn eastei'ly and j
"������.'1".!^   direction by the  most  tea ���
��� ��� route  thro igh  Vale,  Llllooet and
cariboo districts to the most convenient point where ;, junction   can    !������'���
made with the bnanch  line    of    tin
Vancouver   Wi    aiin -. r    and    Yukon
' '.    '.':.  nu.   from the    main
.   iti... :     iid   Raih   y cas terlj   ti    Ed
; ii :,-   i
Dal   t at Vi ncoui  r, it <\. Decemb .
30th, 1908
TUPPER & GRIFFIN,    i
Solicitors for Applicant.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEvV    '   OF P. HALL.
Eiglitn  and  Agnes  Streets.
Hours: .Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates _5c. On Saturdays
10 to 12/ school children under
will be- furnished skates for 10c. C
mutation tickets now on sale. Pht
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MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
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Goods to Buy
por
THE
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Best Yeasi
in ihe World!?
Sold and
Used
Every wh
Cii
E. W. Gilletl Co.. Ltd
Torcnio, Oat
THE
kamsciy  For W��, tn,
A fairly sure remedy for ,i��rta i��
to rub them down pretty well with
the fine side of an emery board,
then apply the smallest tlr.,j> nf I
strong acetic acid, taking care thai
the acid doe? not run off lhe wan
���uion tho neighboring skin, for it '
.will     occasion    inflammation     and |
much  pain.    If this treatment is
given once <>r twice daily Lhe wart I
will  soon  be effectually cured.��� \
Boston Traveler.
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Cold Weather
A Leather Coat
A Mackinaw Coat
A pair of Mackinaw
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ants
a fur
A Tweed Cap,  with
lining at the back, which can be
pulled down in cold weather.
Lined Gloves   Lined Mitts
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARD ROB J
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia  Street
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Improving  Cranberriea.
Cranberries cooked  iu  Q  double
boiler with no water except tli
the outer vessel are superior in col.
and flavor to (hose stewed in the
ordinary  way.    The  flavor of  the
cranberry is greatly Improved if ���������
small piece of apple, puidl and cul
iu small bits, is added.  Tbe proportions should be ln��lf an apple t*- '*
quart of ��:r��n)n��rncs.
Whr ���������� <i��"
"."���r the drnnKnrd snd the BlncttM
shall come to poverty." "1 figured crt
years aim." said it proaperoui farmer,
"that with very moderate drlnklug I
dr-nli an aero of pood loud every year.
Po I quhV'-Ceutml Otarl tlan Advo
?*fie.
A   Mlronat   Ma...
r��aujrhter���Wasn't Julius Oeeaaf one
of the strongest iiumi thai ever Hvm'.
pit? rather What makea you ask that
ifaastlou, my ilttl". ^irl? liiiUatiilcr- i
\\h�� jimt i-ctniing that I'i ib.e* a
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Phone  A3 7 7
Princess St.
Made of Velour Calf,
Goodyear welt. A boot
equal to any other $5.00
line made. Sixty pairs
of them on sale this
week.
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IHE. STORE FOR SHOE.
BARGAINS
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sigi
of the Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
NeWgWestminster, B. C.
B, C.
HARDMAN & CO.
FOR  YOUR
HEATING   STOVES
Good assortment, just arrived
HARDMAN
A. Hardman    A. Jame
TRUST   BLOCK
FRONT   STREET
&   CO.
J. McClughan
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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To Our Many Patrons and Friend
LADIES AMI QBNTLBMBN:
We dosirp, on this th
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e flawn of a new year, to expresi our 6incer<
thanks tor the hearty manner in wWch you hin��� ext(mdea ua
pa ronnse In theipast, and expre8g the hope that In the future    you
will again be a frequent visitor a. our large and commodious atore,
wiieio :i heart}- welcome alway
awaits you.
With  Seasonable Greetings,
W.  C.   CHAMBERLIN    The lewgler I
COLUMBIA   STRi_T,     NEW WESTMINSTER J
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N��w Year Goods
.Itirit opened up u
'cct from England; -<u. h���ve cul ,lown the ,���,-
to Kint every pocket,    bi '
,.    ,   - ., ,,   .     ���      " Wlr "ho~ wlndonr display for n rew of the
floods Hiutiilile for Presents,
T. J. TRA?p & co   Ltd FRIDAY,   JAN.   15,   1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS,
PAUL FIST
The Cash Stores
T. H. Smith
Absolute Clearance of
Women's Ready-to-Wear
*
$18,000 of High-Class Seasonable Merchandise
To Be Sacrificed     . .
Overstocked is the cry in thi ready-to-wear department, Stocktaking, which has just been completed,
has reveealed the fact that we have twice as much stock in this department as this season of ttie year
warrants. We are determined, t i reduce this stock, and if reduced prices will do it, then our chance,-; are
exceedingly good. We want eVer; woman in New Westminster and vicinity to visit tins store during the
sale. We promise values on si isoiiable goods, REMEMBER, we are determined to feduce this stock, and
, n we make ii], our mind ah . lolng i;. .ve are prepared tr. spare no effort or sacrifice to accomplish
t nis end.
Sweeping* Clearance in Children's Coats
$3X0  AND  $3.50 VALUES  FOR  $1.75, .
This line, mo I of which i.- of G-,   man Importation, in tweed, velve   doths,  meltons,  i ,-.    Various sdzea
and quite a variety of designs,    Values up to $3.50, for      $1.75
55.00   nnd  $6.00   VALUES   FOR   $2.70.
i  . Mu.  corne.3 in all sizes from :;   o li years.    It comprises the balance of our Girls' nnd Missi -   coats
:i. cloth,   '   u cloth, melton, tweeds, etc.   Quite a. galaxy nf style.- and many  new creations,    Regular
{���   io and $6.00 values.    Bale  prlcf  $2-75
Sweeping Reduction in Women's Moreen Underskirts
$2.00 AND  $2.50   FOR   $1.00.
I    .'. colors and all sizes >.t   silk finished, moreen and moirette, deep  knee flounce,  with dust proof frill.
Regular prices $2.00 and $2.50,   January sale price   *100
Sweeping clearance in CromptOn Hygienic CorsetWaists
75c  VALUES   FOR   25c.
I_ white and drab only, Cromp    . Hygienic Corset Waists,  various .sizes.    Heguia.   price    75c,     Januar.
.ile price 25c
Sweeping clearance in Children's Lambskin Ruffs
50c    RUFFS   FOR   15c.
forty-five Inches l"-g in whll    lamb, that  sell regularly at r,nr.   January sale price  15c
25c RUFF8 FOR  10c.
our chodren'   white lamb -uff    lhai   si ll   regularly at  -Tic. t   .Tn I    irlce  10c
Monster Waist Values
SWEEPING   CLEARANCE   IN   WOMEN'S  LUSTRE  AND CASHMERE   WAISTS
S2.C0  and  $2.50  VALUES   FOR   $1.25.
t'ra, ileal] ��� .. ,.;' lustre and cashmere wai.--ts in black   ami cream   only.    All   sizes   and
a chari designs    n plain, fancj   and erahroldered. all wool, cashmere and lustre.   Regular
���_    0 .i  $1.25
Sweeping clearance of Women's Silk Waists
$5.00  AND $6.00  SILK  WAISTS  FOR $3.25.
a,i.   u      .mu     ������  ted, with new Directoire sleeves, colors black, cream,
,wn,    \ dm i up to $6.00    January sale price   $3-25
Sweeping clearance of Women's Net Waists
$9.00 AND $12.00 WAISTS FOR $4.50.
mi cream net, made ov<     sil    foundation of chiffon taffeta ami  .lap glace  silk.    .Ne-.  i-  Bruges
Polni             irit, witl: l                      h   Gvlpure   lac<" trimming    Sunie have  s-lf colored  silk foun-
.  ��� ,,��� i   the net,   $9.00 to $12.00 values for  S-*-50
Sweeping clearance in Women's Embroidered Hose
COc   VALUES   FOR   35c.
cmbrold          ,'   wool cashmere hos.', >-izes 9, 0 l-_ and 10. in hlack only, Januari
   35c
T. H. Smith's Big January Sale
City News
UNEEDA
7TA SERVICE OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over tne.e
BIG SPECIALS!
BIG  SPECIALSl
Mrs. .I;,,,,,    i.yaeh, ol' Peterborough,   ���
()l"'' arrived here Wednesday evening   ���
*'" :lM              1 visit tu her sun, b'redji 10-Piece   Egg Shell China  Tea Service;   best    Staffordshlr,
���'��� ���������>"                                                       �� manufacture;  gold lined and rimmed and beautifully decora
K..n,.,. ,,                .                                    _ d sl��ns;  worth $20.01,; for $3.30
Km,i     the rover on  ti .ox  of  -II.   ���
I C." cigars   md  try one.    It  will  make   �� Hare's Another Crackerjack���
a''hit."                                                **  <�� 101-PIece  English   Porcelain  Dinner Service;   beautifully    d<   orated;
....                                                      if worth $20.00; tor    57.511
""'    olm .ter  Sisters   will  appear j t
.it   the   Edison   theatre   this   evening' About 30 Teapots;  worth 50c each; to be cleared out for 25c. each,
tin,1 tomorrow afternoon, giving a high  ��� ���
cla .���,
cerl
til  and    instrumental    con-
Clear  Havana   cigars of    exclusive
merit���ih,. "Brillante,"  made by  the'
Q. C. Cigar factory. ��*
ALiram ,;. Hall, of Vancouver, has
applied in the water commissioner's
olhce for 11 record or rive inches from
a stream running into Burrard Inlet at
I Aliceville tor mill  purpose .
LEE'S Furniture  Emporium
LEE'8 BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
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AH dealers handle "B, c." and "Old
Sport" cigars. The old reliable
brands. �����* ��� 4
Tl,.  11:1111,��� ol' .1.  11, Huggard, candl-   *
I date 1 11 councillor lu Simias, does noi  ���
appear ou  the voters' list, in conse   f    SEE
quence oi which tnere is some doubt  I    DAt~.c
as   to his  i|ii:ilificatioii   to  ,;���   on     l'i''jj     *A\jL
council, !���        p
For table decorations and wedding
bouquet.-���a Specialty. King up Tidy,
the Florist, 1S4. **     I
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_ To the General Public:
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.
The death took plac yesterday i ���
morning of Mrs. Mary A. Mathers at' ���
| ni. age in' 72, at the residence of her j1
B    on    ��V. .1.   Mathers,   Que, us   avenue,  f
Public Supply Stores geo. adams
  ������ ri op,
Columbia   Strict.
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UL'     ���
funeral wl.l t..He place tomorrow aft- ,���������������������������������������*��*<���***-��
Sh,- wits i, native of Ireland
wiil i..ite place tomorroi
noon   '..   the   Oddfellows'   c 'mstery.
New   V." ��� ���     ->��� ter,   B.   C.        Phone   52.
For flrst-class cut fiowet. and any
kin ! <>i Floral work, :. 1, phone
Davies' Greenhouse, B20S. **
Everything  you , need  fer the   Family | Westminster
Dinner at Transfer Co.
Ihe Moody Park Storey
At tbe Westminster Bowling nil";
j last   evening  Latham   successfully  d
I fended his title to the Freeman Chal-j A,s��-
i It-mure  trophy  in the first series  with
an average or 171, but in the second
lost   to   Murchle,   who   obtained   the
fine average of IS 1.    Next competition | w. H. SMITH, Prop
mi Tuesday. |     corner Sixth   Av   and  Tenth   St
utter, ;. : ��� -. foi    '        ind a full
irtment i    Seasonable Goods,
e 'Phone 18s.      Hum  fhw.- 137
Columbia Street
faggage   delivered   prom nti)    to
any part or tee city.
rietor | Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TBAM  DEPOT.
Qamon's for Royal City Mixture.
Bank
of (Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1<U7.
CAPITAL
RESERV1
,?I4,^00,000.00
4)11,000,000.00
Efforts are being mate to pre ervo
the surface of Trout lake as a skating
rink, the ice being swept tree from
snow yesterday. The heavy snowfall'
of last nignt will, however, compel the
proprietors of the rights of entrj
the  lake    to do  th       ",  iii    over    !'*'""-!'""   '-*> la and Newfoimdland. and  In  London,  England,
N--.    i irk,  Ch       .. and   Sjiokaae, U.S.A., and Mexico City,     ft   Jen-
era;  . ug   Bu    teas Transacted.
The   prompt   settl,    eni     made �� 'ft of Crr.-.t lssdi I, available with correspondents in ail parts of tha
son:    fire Insurance companies is in-. World.
ilicat",| '���:   th,   tact that White, Shiles   -avlnoa Bank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of fl a:,-  ui    i     i
again.
���md li    res   allowed at 3 per c en
.���out Asr.-f over $168,000,000.00.
VT')W   \v ES :'.'."    -.-'.TKIt  1.RANCH
a nuura (pi esent i
O. V. BRYMNHR. M-.;,..
NOTICE.
ii  is hereby  given that  --.
sr.m ujr��:::: mn you mr in w of
minster Boundary   Railway  and   Navi    DJ7DAIRING    DONE
nation Company for any of the pur- j
ia i.   by the Vancou-1 P<��es specified in said section 361.      | timbrellas, Typewriters,
Dated al Vancouver this    .Ith   dav ���-
��� 'minster and   iukou Railway       . ,       in_0
..f December, 1908.
��� to the  Parliament of   Can   >. U(T,N  CRAIQ, BOURNE   & HAY
next Session for ,au Ac*, to      145 Qranvllle street, Vancouver,
iltn.   for commencing tin ;       B. C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver   Westminster and Villain Railway Co.
���    t rancn  llnea  au-
Ch ���      ��� iu; of th ��� St '
1   E ".\ ,iid VII,    ' lug
or any light automatic machinery repaired, co to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St,       "Man on the Wheel."
!_  Co,  hav,   already   received  lett,
acknowledging receipt   of cheques  i.i
payment  of losses 'sustained in    last
week's   fires.     This   company   represents the Hartford, Connecticut, Pho.-- j  ~ ~ '"
nix and North America Insurance com- Q*04O404O404CX-*O*0*0*0*040 0*04O4040*O*00*0��_4O-O*0��0
panics. **     ; ��
air Edward Houston, through Lord
Strathcona, sends to :!t" Royal Lol-
umbian hospital copies of Queen Alexandra's Christmas Gift Book, which
reproduces photographs of Her Majesty's own, taken In different parts of
Europe, for distribution among the
patients. A similar gift has been received at a large number of otht -
hospitals of the Dominioa.
Try Hans Va'glsang Poultry _'OOd.
It's the best. It's the stuff .all people
keeping poultry should use. At your
grocers and druggists. **
��� t'i H e   nt on the main line
���������. lake and Green lake
long or near Llllooet Lake,
��� ���' an 1 lTtirilsoii Lake, an 1
itheaBterl   to a pOlnl on the
al boundary line, at or near
���' Huntingdon, In the Pro-
Hrlttsh Columbia
im a point on tho main lincj
a Llllooi    . -,,l quesnel, mnninr-
' '     ��� rlj  d   '^tion  through  the
1 ���  i" . Lak ��� to a point at "'���'
Jaunt   rache;
���'"in a point on tho rn.itu U11 ���**
1    '��� the Cottonwood and   W I How
running south-easterly to   Bap-
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'r"m a p, Int on the main line
��� Columbia on Willow river,
terly to the Fraser river.
"'������ the Fraser river to Tete
'' he, th-nee through the Yel-
. Pass, 'hence by th 1 most j
;'t  route to Edmonton;
-   13th day of .Inly, 1912, 11ml
id   he I me for finishing and
aid .''iine'u lines in op, r-
"'i Hi- 13th day of July, 191 ������
'thorlzlas      the      Vancouver,
" ������ r and Yukon Raliwsy Com-
ibject  t,'   the    provisions    ot
llona 3<5I, 362 and 363 of the Rail-1
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office, Greenhouses   and   Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS for the spring    trade
from the best growers In    England, Franco,    Holland,    United
States and  eastern Canada   as
well as those which ran be successfully grown In P. C.
Extra choice lot of fru.   trees
and small  fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental   in   ail   leading
varieties  suitable   for    planting
in n. c.    \u the best make ,,f
spray pumps.
Fertilizers, Bee BuppHe8-
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
LM. J. HENRY      1
lBa_t__B-__-_���������������-attflS-W
FOR SALE CHE^P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phone -75.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
|     He the Fast half of the southwest
quarter of Section 13, Township 10, in
I the Olsrtlct of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cciilfi-
0ate  of Title   No. 6386F, Issued tn the
I name of Johana II. Strand, has been
I Bled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
! the date of the first publication here-
I of, In a dally newspaper published '.u
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
| duplicate of  the said  Certificate, un
| lees  in  the meantime  valid  objection
be made to me In writing.
C.  S.  KKITH,
District  Registrar of Titles,
Land Registry Office, New Westmin.
-���ter, B, (J.. Dec, 28th, 1908,
SEASONABLE
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CKest
Protectors
Chamois Vests
Hot ^.Vater
Bottles
Skin Lotions
B?G STOCK
AT
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
1    _
f:   GOOD WIPED P.
.   BUSINESS !       OUT   BY Y
,     LARGE pipe /
j I'ROFITS LOSSES I
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Don't Have a Ledger
Like That
If  you!    Ihi i ,< ��� ���   Is   worth   havins   ii   Is   iiortli   |>roteeUng
li   li   it.o't   |i.it   for  lire Insni'ui,cc   i   i-   better  to  be onl  of it
\ our  honu
lllellil   In   il.
jit. a111   ,ii-.i in- protected, and  mm
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i  .tin  place i. :'.,   you at   the ie��.-i   possible  rat��>,   lower
i .  i  nth,,-.
Tho cost  Is -ni'iiicr und there Is no reason to dela . tor ,i
you  have not  the cost, I will  loan It to you.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmers Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
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FRIDAY, JAN. 15, i9w_
Oarei nnd tin- Prlnra tie Join-HI ���_
"1 thank you, Corot." said the prince,
balding out his hand, "for having al-
totted me to renew my youth In seeing
your works. And. look, I see there au
old acquaintance, your picture of *���*
Dante in hades. It was in the Salon ��
���f 1843, was It not?" "Thnt Is true, IT
mon prince," said Corot. "How In the , i.
name of goodness can you remember
the date���you who have seen so many
things since thnt time?" "And the
critic lieleeluse," replied the prtne-a,
���"���worried you a great deal on this milv
Ject. But it touched you very little
and you were right. And this lovely
tellcate Study���you must hnve made ll
tn the neighborhood of Genoa?" "Indeed, 1 did," bellowed Corot in bla
���.rent voice. "You are gifted with second sight. For ten years now I have
searched In my old noddle for th*? place
where 1 did that, and it needed you,
mon prince, to come and tell me."
���That, M. Corot, Is because 1 hnve ]
sketched those beautiful mountains
more than ten times, and 1 know thero !
by heart. There Is another study over i
there of a mill on the dunes, It is soft I
and gray and very true. I think It !
miiRt have been done nt Dnnkerqua.
And next to It I recognize the tower ot
the port of La Roehelle." "I see, mom
seigneur���pardon, mon prince���that
there Is nothing to teach you. 1 see
only one thing���that to your title and
���nullity of prince and admiral must '>��
added thnt of 'wizard.' "-fl. Chard!*
In Putnam's Weekly,
PRINTING 11 LOT 7,  Block 36
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BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUK'iWOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
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on the corner of Royal avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. R.
tracks run past this pioperty. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R PEARSON, Mgr	
t Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
New Westminster, B. C.
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Telephone 54.
P. O.  Box 665
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The Strongest
Made
Senator   Storm   An'.irlpsteii.
���'1 hold in my hand," paid Senator
Stone in the course of an eloquent
address to the senate.
"Knew   he'd  say  that sooner 01
Later,'' commented one of tlie ex-1
perienced students of legislation in j
the pr_8s gallery.   "Now in a mm- \
Kilo he'll say, 'Within the range of
my "nice.'  Watch him."
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mcinness   Streets.
X     I I I i ���> L'lADE IN .SOUTH BEND KAiN VlL.
FRIDAY, Jan. 15
THE DISTINCT DRAMATIC
EVENT OF  THE  SEASON
A Superb, High-Grade Production
of the
Splendid New Western Military Drama
The Lieutenant
and
The Cowboy
By Anthony E. Wills,
With
AN   EXCELLENT  COMPANY
Of Specially Selected Artists,
Management of Pelton & Bmutzer.
Complete   Scenic and   Electrical
Equipment.
Seat sale at Ry all's, Monday.
Admission 25c, 50c. 75c and $1.00.
English Watchmake
r
Gold Watches for Ladies from s 2
tip.
Silver    Watches,   gentv   open    1
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'    ope,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Wnlthani    and
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   horn   Geo. Adams,  t,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY
RANGE.
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. James. J. McClughan.
Front Street, Trnst Block.
��
-ROFESSIONAL.
A-VHBALLER, BARRISTER, SO
��� llcltor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House New Westmin
ster.   PhonA 143,
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received   <
derslgned until 12 o'clock noo
January, 1909, tor:
The supply of nine hundre
Cedar Poles to be delivered a:
to be designated in tho    vi' i..
Langley Prairie and Fort Lani
Also  separate tenders tor ti
ging of holes and erecting -
Specifications may be had I
ents of this Company.
Lowest or any tender not nee
Accepted.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA    TF.I 1 '
COMPANY, LTD..
Vancouver, B. C
'
CANADIAN
PACIF1L
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
1* :
1 ���������*������������*����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>'���..�����������-2.,
"Within the
Senator Stone
tence
"Fine." sail]
'lo-rv.
range of my voice,"
began his next, sen-
the
���Ne_
student  in the I
corner '.1 desire
otcss ga
lo utate.'"
'*l desire to state." said Senator'
Stone a minute later.  By this tint*
the press gallerv was in convulsions,
"Watch for In the last analysis,-' **
whispered one of them.
A minute later "iu the last
analysis" curre. Fids were offered
und inker, as to whether Mr. Stone's
PftC.FIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January  1st  iraui tor
Seat '."   will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m
train   for   Agassi/, at   5.42   p.m.
Tickets st,id to and from all
1; rvations    made for    first
sleepers, 1,jurist and steamer ca
points
clas
iiins.
For further particulars anil reservtt-
nesi ptiri.trrii]
on I'lii,' otht r
not for the fact."
*n the la tier won
ild contain ">.vit i fons apply
tl   Will
hand" or "if it were j
The man who bet 1
I,i'i two sentence*
Agent,
ED. GOULET,
New Westminster.
NEW^WELLINGTON
CO AL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.             Phone 105.
furth,it ��� t    ante "hut on the other
S81111 "...-New VnfV Tin.**.
��� to C.  B.  FOSTER,
Aast, Qenl. Pass. Agt
Vancouver.
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��� IN ���
THE       DAILV       NEWS
If   "ou   WANT   HELP
P.O.Box 474.        Tel. r>*5.        Res.  429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
Hi to 25 h  p., 2 and -1 cycle    Best
value on the market.   Engines !<��� nt
i took at
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
lentil Street,   ���    New Westminster
ill   I1TES1DE   _   EDMONDS, Barrl?-
Tf    ters an I Itors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street,   Sew    Westminster,
W. .'. Whiteside, II  L. Edmonds,
MARTIN _ M QTJARRIE, BARR18-
ters, solicitors, > tc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Hiock. corn 1
Clarkson an,l Ixirne streets.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
[WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (txcept
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express ind freight connect with
tt gee at Carcross ;.nd White Horse,
; maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
1.  H.   ROGERS   Traffic   Manager.
jVOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    AC-
WARNING  TO PURCHASE-:
Evei > assignment of the 1 . .
' South African  Volute. :  . n- ,
i land grant  must    be  hi   wa
���;,.. -i   of a substitute
: in the form provid, I hy the .
Special attention I
Ion  ���  il 5,  tion 3 ol th,
Bounty Act,
no       I n   "..'  of the righl ���
_nt,   r       Lh,   ���,' po ai"; ;-
stitute shall bi  ace pi tl 01 r,
by the   DepaTtmenl    of  the
wh! h is not executed and dsteo
the  date  of the  warrant for  lh<      :
grant Issued Hi    ' '
and D, '��� nc  In fi 1 n ol
.1. W. GREENWAY,
Coi missl ti- r of I
Land
ft
YOU
Unless You Have Already Tasted It,
tful
ver
Is  to  the  Palate
&*:���
��* k
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout  the Westminster District,   and   the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction
MUTTON, PORK and VEAL
Killed, Dressed and Sold under the most careful sanitary supervision only.
Rcichcnbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
jm 1DAY,   JAN.   15,   1909.
THE DAILY NFW9.
PAGE BfiVE.V
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Prices erased, scattered and blown to pieces, but goods left undamaged.    Come prepared for bargains ; one
dollar does the work of two.    Having purchased this entire stock of Groceries, China and Glassware.
:s and Shoes, Clothing and Dry Goods at a very low rate on the dollar, also having ad " n
other lines bought at less than fifty cents on the dollar, we purpose clearing out the
entire stock at unheard of prices.   Read and be informed ; come and
be convinced.
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Sale Is Now In Full
ra
GROCERIES
allty, tier do-.   ���
 20e  and 20c
���    .       ��� .,.  -     '. li.-   foi 2bc
hey last, per tin. 10c
' ���   1-     ���:.������:i. ,  25c, now - tor
'. '    it, '., 2 for	
" ih ��� Figs, 0  pkgi
. ill'   :' -.-.   slightly BUgSI
[or
25c
2b c
23c
GROCERIES
i ���     inut,  "��� .-   1-2  lb. pkg 15c
Canned Plums, 2 cans for 25c
In Tomato Sauce 10c
Anchovie Sauce 10c
ii- rrlng
Herring In
regu-
| ,r. ..50c
lar 20c per lb, now 10 lbs
-   rllng   blend  Coffee,  regular   30c
pow  	
Big  1   blend   Coffee, regular 30c
for  	
, eylon Tea, regular 36c, now 1 for.SI
Great Cup  Tea,   1   lb.  and   1-2  lb-
regular 50c. for 	
Blue Rloon Tea, while It lasts
:. tley*B 40c Tea, while it lasts
Tetley's 70c Tea  while it lasts
Self-raising Buckwheat, per pkg..25c
Cream of Wheat, per pkg
20c
45c
35c
30c
30c
50c
Choice Red Salmon
Half poui
.10c
nd  caus Choice  Red  Salmon, 0 for  25c
Whit    -      Baking Powder, 2 for   25c
Price    Baking Powder, 12 oz 35c
Pri,       Baking Powder, 6 oz 20c
tuning Powder, 16 oz 25c
Perfect
��� 20c
r-h-eddt-d    Wheat   BlBCUltB,   2
tar  	
,kgs.
25c
mar. Breakfast Food, regular 30c,
29c
ow  	
25:
20c
20c
 25c
 25c
hottlo 20c
' lb. package Starch for  	
Empire Cream Sodas, per pkg
Lock Brand  Sodas, per pkg...
Worcoster Sauce, 8 for  	
Bottled Vinegar, 2 for 	
.-, ashing Ammonia, per
regular -60, tor..20e
Sapolio, a for 	
Golden  W*st and  White  Swan
per package  	
Soap Powder, per package....
Bottled  Catsup,  25c  for	
Jam,  e-lb.  pall   	
Jam, 1-lh. bottles, reg. 25c. for.
Spices, packages, 1! for 	
Syrup, pure maple, 50c, for. ��� ��� ���
Syrup, pur.- maple, 90c. tor...
Canned Milk, p��-r tin 	
Canned Cream, per tin 	
Canned Cream, large, 2 for..,
Peels, all kinds, 2 lbs, tor	
Rice,  Sago.  Tapioca,  going
5c
20c
.20c
,20c
.40c
,15c
.25c
.40c
75c
.10c
10c
.25c
25c
Barley,
.,;,'.- Vinegar,
!���<
old Dutch Cleaner for
Hams and  Bacon, per lb.
Hams,   picnic, per  lt>   ������������
. . OC
25c
,17c
12c
Silverware
__  HalfPrice
Jewelry
50 per ct.oft
Glassware
Half price
Crockery
Half price
500  Remnant
Bargains
BEDSPREADS,    BLANKETS     AND
PILLOW'S at prices to make them go.
PURITY   FLOUR to  clear at  $1.75
per sack.
SUGAR $1.10 for 20 Ibf.
COAL OIL to clear at $1.45 per tin.
SHORTS, 90-lb. sack, $1.25.
Boots and
Shoes
Children     Shot ���   $1 00 S5c
Chlldr, ti i Shi trs, reg $1.40, tor.. .95:
Children's Shoes, reg. $1.60, tor. .$1.10
Children's Bho, s, reg. $1 ��� :������ .$1.00
Children's Sh, �����.- reg $1.75, for. .$1.25
< nlldren's Shoe . reg $2 00, for. .$1.39
Cl Udr. ..' Sho . reg (2.25, for..$1.49
Children's Sho/?s?, reg. {2.25, for. .$1.60
Ladles' Shoes,  reg. $2.75 and  $3.00,
for       $1.95
Ladies'   I'ateut   Shoes,   reg.   -St _f>.
n..w       $2.90
Ladles'  Dongola  Hals,  reg,  $3 00,
now      $1.75
BOYS' SHOES
R. g,  $2 '"i, now            $1,   I
Clothing and
Underwear
. ��� Drawers, 60c line, now-35c
:   nman's   Fine Wool,  r-g. $1.50,
.       11.00
All-W ol  Striped,  reg.   $2.50 pei
-   $1./5
["op Shirts from 25c up
Men'    S real  rs, reg. $2.25, now..$1.25
Men's: Sweaters, reg. $ 1 2r.. now...90c
' .'    Pants from  $1.00 uo
Ladles' Natural  Wool  Vests,   reg,
ll 25, now     95c
MEN'S   SHOES.
Rt ;;.  $2 75,  now	
Reg. $3.60, now	
Ri g, $5 50, now   	
Ais<> numb, r of oth
lin^ prices,
.$2.00
$2.45
$3.95
,a lies   Night  Dressei
SI.50, now	
reg.  $1.20
,75c and $1.00
10c . ach,  now 25c
Toi reg. 3 )c each, now ..20c
".' ���. > .   -'������' ' ,'t h, now 15c
A ���     >'.ii b,  reg, 'i.*'" and 75c, to
'i i
r
, .,  reg. $1.00 and  $1.25
��� ���.-,  reg.  T",c,  Cor	
ui Qloves,  ' pali   foi
35c
75c
.5Cc
..25c
Ho;     I'    ��� ��� : i nd rwi   r, to clear  it,
    35o
Men ,-' l Handki rchlefs, llm u
nii.i Si:;., at bargain prices.
Many other lines too numerous to mention.
Give us a call   Everybody welcome.
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Come one, come all, to the Cyclone
255   FRONT   STREET
A. J. KENT,
Proprietor
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, JAN. 15
Give US Your
Grocery
Orders
and you Will got the very best
goods at tho very lowest prices.
FIGS,   per   box     10c
DATES, 3   lbs.  for    25c
NO.   1   HUNGARIAN   FLOUR,
per   sack      $1.65
3  lbs.  First-class  Creamery
BUTTER    $1.00
We are  still  selling  selected
eggs. 3 dozen fer $1.00. but for
a sho-'t time only, as the price
has advanced to 40c wholesale.
ckkhI local Potatoes, we have
been compelled to advance to
$1.00 per sack.
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C.A.WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
ABOUT
SCISSORS
When you get the* name of the
MAKER and the name of the
FIRM s.-lling them stamped on
. ach pair, you can rely on them
as being a FIRST-CLASS article; if you desire such an article, call on us and buy a pair
Of CLAUSS SCISSORS.
Anderson &
Lusby
Local Notes
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beit quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
EliarcJ Block, New Westminster.
Door?, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We make a specialty of   ti,    doors
-,. nmed and kiln  it-led.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New  V/estininster.
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��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
to INCREASE Your BD8INES8,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel.   113. Office   Eight strtet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
There .are still over a thousand tons,
of coul in r. se ve In this city, a scow-j
load being received yesterday by Gil-!
1, t Bros, ana another by Mayers &
Preston. In the improbable event of!
boats being unable to come up the'
river for some days there is no danger I
of a fuel Limine lor at least ten'
days.
i
T Campbell, charged yesterday !
morning In the police court before
Capt. Pittendrigh, S, AL, with cruelty i
i i animals, was defended by W. Nor-:
man Hole. h.. C, who advanced the
plea of extenuating circumstance-,'
The magistrate took a lenient view of:
the situation, merely lining Campbell,
the  costs  of  the  court.
The tug Belle will  take    out two
scowloads   Of  cut   lumber   today   lrom
the ii. C, -Mills to False Creek, where:
��� the lumber is required for use in con- i
nection    with    the   building  of    two
bridges.    The lumber  has  been pro-'
pared at  tbe  local  mills, these  being;
iu   possession  of the  necessary    ma-!
chinery, which is of a pattern Beldom|
used.
.\  reward of twenty dollars   Is be-1
ing offered  by  the father    of Prank
I'i.lie, of Chewasseu, for the recovery'
of the body of his .-on, who, with his
young wife, Is supposed to have bees,
drowned  while out shooting in a ca-;
line off Steveston,    on Dec. 21,    Mr,
and Mrs. Plelle were only about eighteen  y.ars  of age, and  lived on   the
reservation  at  Chewasseu.
Tho annua] meeting of lhe local
Council of Women will take place on
Mondnj in the school room of Queen's
Avelllle church. All delegates are
iii sl..il to be present at 2:30 p.m
The meeting will be open to visitors
ni half-past three o'clock. A request
la made that all affiliated societies
have their reports ready to present to
: i    mi - ting.
Jem, s Colburn Rathbone, of Vancouver, Wash., and Ml s Lillian Ford
Reynolds of Lynn, Mass.. were unitt'd
In marriage yesterday afternoon bj
the It, i .1. S. Henderson. The young
people are members oi th San Francisco Opera company, and took part
In i'i pi rformance a; the Opera house
ln-.t night, E. Il Edwards, of Vicks-
burg, Miss, and Miss Lucllla Palmer,
of Spokane, Wash., attended the principals al  the ceremony.
tr       ADVERTISE        Si
��� IN ���
THE        DAILY        NEWS,
��� Electric Railway Service \
I _______________________________
�� Interurban   Line.
��� for  Vinrouver  and    way
-f
��� stations  will  run every half-
v -  frim  5:50 a. m.    Last
��� ".-'.;    ������!-�����-����� at 11 p. m.
* ILast car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
��j. Cars   ...         depot    every
^ twentj   minutes  for  both   Sap-
4 perton and city limits over the
5 city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
tites after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing 'it 6:20 a, m. ��
���
Sapperton    Line:   C'irs    leave  :,
at ten  mil after    lie  hour, T
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at  6:30 ���
a.  m. 4>
Sunday Service   M.it-nouriy b�� 3
tween 8.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
Th* Scotch Sabbath.
An English nnlst. traveling profw
���loii.illy  through Scotland,  had occh
i slou to remain over Sunday In �� sniaa'
] bvh-u In the north.   To while awsy th*
| time he walked out a short wny In the
environs, where the picturesque ruin
if a castle met his eye.    He asked a
countryman who  was passing to he
no good as to tell biiu the name of the
castle.   The reply was somewhat startling   "It's no' the flay to be asking sic
things f-
Another good story of Scottish ot>
ftfrvance of the Snl'bRtb Is rohi hy c
clergyman. "A minister of the klvx
de<],lied in public that nt a country
hotel he wished the window rnl**c
s'< Unit he nfljTht get some fresh aU
: but the landlady would not allow it
i saying, 'Ye can hae no i'rett> air bc->*>
_K tha Rs w uath' ���'
Orders   Taken   Foi
j British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
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What's to
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POST CARDS I of Them? j
Clii
imnev
Sweeping
; Picture :
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERV   STORE
J.   G.    GAMONS   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia Street.
I
Who's Got It ?
COUPON   MO.   257
Won  the Tea Sim.
COUPON   NO.  764
Won the Toilet Set
At MOREY'S
Look up your coupons.
Jf not claimed by Tuesday
next, the two other numbers
drawn will he substituted.
H. M0REY
& CO.
COLUMBIA   STREET.
:
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:
If ton die, will j our t imlly X
be provl led foi" No thought- 2
fui man can let that question + '
i emnln unau im i red. Vou owe
them ihe prot, ction thai life assurance gives,
The   new   Reserve   Dividend
Policies of the
TheSun Life
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
furnish Endowments at Life
Kates. The guaranteed Cash
Surrender Values and Paid-up
Values are exceptionally liberal,
In keeping with the other terms
of the  policies.
s.'.. us about these new policies.
F.i. HART 4 CO., LTD.!
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1 elephone 164
Thomas Peters
Improved Farm for Sale
BY   TENDER
Tenders will he received by the undersigned up in twelve o'clock noon,
January 20, 1909, for the purchase of
the whol, or a portion of the farm of
the late .1. A, Paterson, being part of
lot 139, group 2, New Westminster
district, containing 120 acres more or
less.
Tendei io i tate amount to be pal I
In cash nnd terms required on the
balance, This farm is conveniently
situated one mile from Ladner on
Trunk road, is all under cultivation
and thoroughly under-drained, about
60 acres fronting on Crescent Slough.
It has a new two-story nine-room
dwelling, with back kitchen and wood-
shed, el! modern conveniences, furnace heated and electric lighted, new
barn 50x90, and barn 50x80; Implement -1>��� 11 -. dwelling for litre-d men,
driving barn and other outbuildings.
'I'he highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
T. .1.  ARMSTRONG,
\"i nt   for  Kxeeiltrlx.
The Big January
Clearance Sale
I tBE-__-~--'~i''����*1
THAT SAVES YOU
MONEY ON EVERY
PURCHASE
Our sale lasts durin    the month of January and tin  ovi
stock of every department is being sold om at reductions which make  it    worth   -our   while  to    nve    g te
and act quickly in your own interests.
DRESS GOODS
nt 25c yard
Suitable for Children's School
Dresses. In this special loi are
DARK TWEEDS. BLACK AND
WHITE CHECKS, PLAIN MELTONS. FANCY MELTONS, FANCY
LUSTRES. Regular prices 35c,
40c and 45c. .-sale price, to clear,
per yard 25c
Clearing Some Special
Goods in End Lengths
Only 55c per yard
Twenty pi. ces of Cashmeres,
Panamas, Venetians, Tweeds, etc.,
in lengths from 2 1-2 to 6 yards,
which will not be cut at the Bale
price. Regular values 75c, 90c and
$1.00,    Sale price, per yard....55c
A Special Line of
TABLE
LINENS
45c yard
Regulai  60c.
Bh ach i and Si mi-Bleached
T i ble 1 Jnens, 51 to 64 inches In
width.    On sale, per yard 45c
Regular 75 to $1
Silks now 50c yd.
Thirty  ��� nd.- of Taffeta, Louisln .
Plaids, Cl and   Fancy  Tama-
lines. in I of from one to
ten yards, Cl, a e entire lot
nt. per yard 50c
27-inch Japanese Silh
35c per yard
Regular ." te
ecu   ...    if i hi    i ipular silk .
all   in   good  ' oloi ��� t   lengths
from two tn six yards.    Sale pric-.
per   yard
35c
Corduroy Velvets
45c per yard
Regular 60c.
Kij.li:  en '             I lordtiroj   V'. Ivel
in dr....   K la n    Cai i nal,   Purple,
���:      :    \'t n.   Black, Brown.    < )u
entire stock of  cord, .1   vel ft I
sale, per yard     45c
LADIES'
CORSETS
95c pair
Regular $1.23 and $1.50 pci
Crompton's    Corsel      in
which  n ��� ,wn,    Vlai o
Victoria, Mllitarj   209 and Cl,
Black, G   ,   ind White,    Sizes   IS
to 30.    Sale pri   \ per pair.     .  9oc
A Great
Clearing of
Ladies' BELTS
50c each
BLACK AND COLORED SlL*
BELTS. LEATHER BEL~-
TINSEL BELTS, etc.
" Ices   ,;"''   i i   s-
tli ���   entire   lot   to     cl. a
LADIES' BELTS
25c each
, ��'!.'    lot   Ol       ::,' a       Ud   Cl
-      Bell     rinsel Belts, Lei tl  t
i :
75c,    Sale pric- now
Two sale lines of Ladie-.
WRAPPERS
At 95c each
i'a..    di zt ti      only,    i.
!': im    and    i lanni I
Wi appers    Regular pi Ice $1 -'
At $1.35 each
(in ��� lot  Ladles' Dai k Coli    -
r    mi ��� ������     Wi ip ���        In
Regular $1.50  and   V
S ile price, each   51 ���'}'���
MILLINER Y
At Half Price .  .
and Less
The balance of our stock of Ladies' and Miss, .' Tr mined Hats M  , ���,!i h
1 "ais j    i   .. es  v.!iieli   mean  a  dtstinci
o u.h.    We never carry over anv trimmed -.-,���      i,  ,   , ,
���   "m"'"<1 ���'���'       li >ou need a nlc    hi t, now la your opportunity.
All Untrimmed Shapes
AT HALF PRICE
About   flftj  untrimmed  Bhapes ranging In pile,   from $1.00 to $2 i       On  sal
$1.25.
ib- U"''   from,  ..leli  50c
White Bearskin and
Astrachan
$2.55 yd.
Regular $3.25 to $3.76,
The popular materials for children's coats, 52 inches wide. Good
weight and lustrous finish. Four
pieces to choose from. On sale,
per yard    .' $2.55
Silkine SPOOLS and Pure
Silk Crochet Threads
On sale 3 for 10c
Aboul  fifty  dozen spool*  In these well known, much used thread*
CHRYSAL.NE,  S.LKO, SILKINE,    BANSHEE,    LUSTRE    ,���d   STAG
CROCHET  SILK.     |���   plalll  ooloni and   shaded   COlor.,  mixtures,   etc.
We  have  been  carrying  to,,   mnnv iin, . ���c .v. . .   ,
'"���"'>  I'nes of these spools and the stor
must, he cleaned up.    Lav In ���.  -rwr,,i   ....    i
v       -.i>  in  a  good   supply   while   you     hnve     th
chance.    On   sale.   THREE   SPOOLS FOR     10c
W. S. Collister & Co.
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