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 I
FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Ni 1/1
WESTMINSTER,  B. C
; 38,
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia 8t.   Phone 85.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C   MONDAY MO FEBRUARY 16,1909.
_>-<���
fe DIVIPS mm F���
WJIH ISIaNDERS   ^ ^��"Bi
;'Exhibition    Did    Noi    Pay    |ta   Way__
I '!' js   One   UOal Show Dates Fixed���Ra
W i ,ak Local Team [
|)        .; in League.
''���n
'���'.-.
^    ������_
FIVE CENTS PES COPY.
T ISSUED fOR   IIW ANIMAL Wl BE
MAXIM GORKY'S ARREST: INTRODUCED IN CANADA
"HATEK OF luKlRS"
REBUKED BY GERMS PAPER
acing Essential to  Maintain Interest.
Famous Russian Novelist is
Sought B\ Police-Proposes to Remain in Italy.
INSANE MAN WAS
A HUMAN OSTRICH
Hei
;.'.   dropped  .ni-    ,.���..   . ...
ii'.i.i..     wb.< n    i.i,-  .,,...    iiowo  ilia,
��� .,    villi,'    to    Mood}    _i_mo��� oi  tne ,,.!-. .,.,,
time t_J_ sea-ou   "l "' ' x"-    '
��.,       .i     luiiuie
Mo.in meld,      ,.,;,..
Ill      .    A
iv-as  comjpletelj   dis
11 uce,  Kii by, Mac
il ii gave an oppor- *"���*'   '*"���"��� ���''���
���    Loi k   una   Craig ��� '"��� '"
Ha.ma. who is sei i. l!  ���' (1
,ved     hlmseli   ..       ' :"
���  ni ���  ol Lhe Rovers J""."*".I "' ��   f. i
:   ill.   iiiii. ' n��l '!���
,n   ihe   loss   , ;'  ill, ���'���" Ju>"   -������    '" ���
ouvei    league     Is llN' "   '���>   ll1''   conven
It, .1     Thi re   was   I ���" "' ������ '*>   ii
last.       i.,
\ Lucky Goal. ;"" "'   '  Dow
I   the   visitors   had
.  and the game      '"  '""u"  ' ���'   '     '
ivhen   W.  Sav. ;';  the fair ''  "etltion "
kick   through    a ��� ':"       ";  "'
.     h fence,  Watson ,; '     ': tg's Plan
- im.     , ll.,'    ,.���       '"      '
i,    .v,     ,,.,.., .,,       \   trl paid   in    I
ih     iv.     vioi. iv   n,
to ���'���mi    Lock  ;'""    -���"        ���������
In vh w ol th    '    '    ���'���''    "'i'1   who
ii been p aying foi   ' ;;i'   :!l '  '-'     *    '���
��� ii. also ....'nil-  ^ '
McCallura       i
... -. but the l-iaii I
.in i unsupported
..   or  three  centn s,
to nothing     Ai
IS ������ teed    a
tin . d "ff the .
, one. i-i    it   the
I ���,! equallsi .
Ier of the half th.
nn-n  well in  hand,
.   had iii,. advan
n    in,.
Hn
St. Pi | ,    The police
rani   for tlir arrest
ol Maxim ��� ������ .   well known Rus
sian im ��� locument Gorkj
escribed a   .     Nizhni   Novogorod
In.us,     a n
Maxim (rorkj       ..   pri  eni In Italj.
i ;    , .v   said that hi
^^^^^^__^__^_______
'     -il       !,'      ipsil
��� ..i,
I Alberta   Herold   Defends  German   Rus
SlX    Shaggy    YakSJ     sian   Settlers from  Attack of  New
Cor. -   Experimental! York Pr.act.er,
Fan,; to Populate West.
oi. iwa, F.'l rhen   Is a  possl
bilitj , . ... a i ��� w i niiiiiil into
Cane a ., ol six yaks Is com
ul- ti    ...-.,, xperimeutal farm, hav
Ins      en . .   ihrough th    .....
i.i   i. S    V Thomson,    the cele
iii'ni. and thej  �� 111, when
othi ,,   gent to west, rn .-raz
ing lan i       ith the i ndeavor to .
late thi .-    L and 1    with
them.     \       can stand i     I, and live
permanently  in  on 8C. ,. . ath d     I flesh
10  llm!   of  all OX.
mi ,
ing i      .
Bereft of Power of Speech,
Woman Is In Peculiar State
rl
v   ��    Vork,   Fi >    i i      Although   all
��� sen ������     i, e  se. mln ���        ���
... ...... 11,1   ��� V I >
Mi       I ,i ,iiii    !       ti
i |hirty-l       s ..������     i la
all
rr qo wa up "ii Saturdaj
-------------------
���
,. ,
PREPARING TU PROSPECT
BLAliK SAM) DEPOSITS
Ing by a policeman noi  far
In v home, is now In the Kings Countj
al  unable to i ommunicate  with
hi   .-��� . Sh   ni', arently
, know    her name bu!
in      She  knows   where  she   lives, but
i. v .,,        now
., i.  .       o sh,   wi v
���   .     li ,    ;..
!
\  pencil wi    I I
ed  to b      ... ried I    writ,   hei
,i.I.li I,    i   fi
���  ., ...  vous
liiiv . ���       Ri    ..i.'i  aow   ii
less B_e  was,
She  wa :   Id   ii fl. i    > a
neighbor.
Under Lhe heading    Haters of For
rs,"  the  Mii.i in   Herold,  a  Ger
man paper, saj -
��� \ Rev. Dr. Rohert S, Mc \ bur, ol
\'i w York, ha-, brought forward in an
addi i - the i mand to re . a 1
inc to the Imi ��� ants c tnlng trom
South Russia, in order 'noi to till our
ii.iniii. with paupers.' The speaker,
b< for.     . n thai way, should have
havi     ...     .   trip    :..   ;!n   i,. . man
Russian . tts    In  th<   Da
���,. i, a*s   ' pard
povei v ..        Industria      fi ngal,
nted    ii n.l      prosperou
,    vi,-   ,.   from  Soutl    ���       i  and
pai i  were    oor
arrived,      ro.laj   they be-
, ni  most
hiulil       .   te. wl   .       .  ,        if     those
sta - -   an.l thi ' ' noun
i who ari    o ante
to the Unite I States a
\' -in kfi
like li" ��� oi Dr, McArth I a ied on
nothing  and   Insp red ttlonal  ex
,    neBs, de_i rve oi
V     i  i:l\    rejected
Human Freak Dined on Metal, Stone, Clay and Glass
With Gusto.
K.v   ia    Feb    14      v -     - how n ..   the
ability  of a person to pei foi m ** i
tl n.l  rIbo  :, ���
which th
made   the receptacle .
can   li,
,- i    .i.n usually con   d< r< d e   on
f food commodities   a statement
GETTING   READY.
DIRT  FLIES.
WOULD PERMIT MWAI.S
tii cunncp i-YiT rwnu iiitV ii'"n"   ���    boot-ey*. two pium
IU uIIUUuC LAN  l nulTl Llli.   -tones, mi.   piece of twisted  pietur.
list
in.i I..  i,'.   Dr,   ilu .,���      tried ��� i     'iv
'. .I    ol   ihe   Protestani
fo       ;,.    ,ii   i.., .    n   iii     ...,;,
annual mei ting of thai  b> dj ai  Won
:, i    mi.  ol ii,.   lati  .,   leu
i ii :,,ii  in the  i"'"
human "-iivliiv, foi n,<: hii
coin,  ami     In i he ��      of meta
t la ���-
\n  ..... r ition   bad   lo hi     ���      i m. d
. mom ���. and   lii w a
. -:i   ��� ';i  I'brei
Oi   ,���
i,
Ull    v       ' i    .    . ...
and .'     ".     if wl v   ���   ..
v, ��� in,     nail   niih a   pli ���.
ih       acln 1,   one
.... i IV.
  rly-i
win    foul    H   ���   ���
fastener.     <mh*    boot-eye.
Two   C,im;Js    Started    .t   Rose     Spit.
Queen   Charlotte    Island���Pros-
pt.tor's   Narrow Escape.
is   Equalise,
Ski.i- ''   i    II     I.   *;     ici', who |
UTniiv   i   in   h,, , ,,,   |;,,-,
'    '���'���'      S i.ni.iiis   for
, C.  P.  R.  Hotels in  Rockies Are Prepar-I Excellent   Progress   Being   Made  on   G I
nig for A. Y. P. Visitors. T.   P.   Construction   Work.
I.,   Brltisii Colui Will be      In Dec      2SO0 ini n w.      tl w
i he Me< i a foi the majorlti of     ��� 'ill'.'.' adi   betwevn V
in    the  Alaska Yukon P.iv!!, RU|   ,��� and  th.      outh       ,"           . >
-nil.ii  ,ii   Seal i le,   i    the  opinion ...             ,         .    i
..���  i   P   ii'l.. in... superintendent ,,i the Eniplrt-      Thi  bad weutl
C   P.   R   li"'. Is  in  the  Roi kb-s       M      , , oi       ie m.-n tn
If,    who.    has    l.viiily arrived' i*ff :ife  io say 2100  men  are still  at
Opt,oi.   of   Three   Paths   t
Given Men Condemned to Death
Electrocution. Poison   Rope.
| wire, iiin��  ni. .
,n,   nm ,    i,     ... a ,ini
Hereafter   I\i   mi
..       '��� ui in, h  li i'
n i,l   and half nn Inch thlckl
1    ;
|        I', I
1   ll.
. ctlng   and     working    the  black
from i he east, has
,i  "\\ .��� are Ln-.
"
\;   i'i in,',' Rupei:   two
back.    The i.ae,- >,. i siin.I  in thai  vicinity for gold are be- j preparing for  Hi,-  big  rush   that   v 111 j ��h��vel
Ich llwUer   and  Westminster in       ,..���.,,   ahead     .   ,., ,       M.��� :      mreij   come with the opening of the rock bluffs   on the nrsi
of Play through--    negllll    md Ourlev havi     ieir camps Seattle Exposition, and are remodeling next torn two-tl     I. done a.
"'-      ultimately Le:lI.ly   completed    A,,; ���, ,     m our pleasure resorts In .lie RockH        '     !';"      (Dackt.s & (ol have
One.  -,  iwic   ih.   .������.    rQ      lxtv men I The hotels at Glacier, Lake I. ulse and   another seven ii.ih. covered with men
as If they would get I     \|,.  spence had a nni i ,|
'  came of the al !i:    ,,,., Making camp om   nlghi  late
�� '"1- heing .ui th, ,,,  , ,M, |lear ,.;||1,   ,,.,,,  h.,  ,, ,,, jus1
Three coiners  in ,.0-letj ,, , in hl . . |:inK, ,, wh  ��� ,,,   was
Westham  ��� nd   *how sta,.tlcd b.\   u   runnblln .     in Ise   and
had  the visitor
ivas laid out twici
The Players.
eing ' nlarg 'il In order to and    li
,fford more   accomm. datlon,   and we^hnpi
m   Banff .'i
work  going    al    ���      n   good
I'hej  have 100 men ��� nip      d
Viism- Si. win  mi  Mlli   6 is reported
lb I. nn. Mom    F
... nn
ii   will givi
... 11..... I    .
i im   in. i bod   wlll    ���
rn li.i   bj   elei ' i"
in  hanging      n.  I
expect   to lv in a   position  to ......   -...-I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ul]<1 uin ,,.   .i  making satisfactory  progress, and
���be
stones rolling down hi hill, one huge
bouldi r pas Ing wil hin a l'e-A feel of
him.     Springing up and grasping bis
with -mil a sweeji-1bootB and blankets, o few  ha tj
ordinarj   conditions  took him nround a projecting point of
ol  a|l   , ��� inns in the fair
nn n   in  (ho east   over our  lin
mountlan resorts   are  being  entirely
i, novated and  will    e  i eady  for the
spring business,     That travel through
the Rockies this year wlll surpass all I grade   from   Prince   Rupert   to   Vbei
p .ni.ii- records goes without  Baying, d8en *���" lar completed thai work trains
Rankin & Fiannlgan, who havi        im
shovi i mis ' . make al  the i h    ad
ol  P Ise bar or,   ire   ������ I   "    ' dings
in ihape      Mldsummei  should se.  the
traiizi. on the  leiin.    Inn     uu-
; foi wards played the
ual, Hayes, Shaw
ii    all  doing  well,
i    marked too closely.] FOREIGN VESSELS IN
ii i with judgment Canada's coasting trade
.   pul in  leveral long
a great success, and      Ottawa,   Feb      14      -I     the  annual
of   the   committee   Inl meeting  ,,i   ihe Dominion   Marine  As-
,vi,. justified.    Mc-   relation  held  here yesterdaj   the In-
\'.    Savage ami  War- tematlonal waterwaj   coinmlssion was
l well fur the Island,    condemned In reference to the taking
The Teams, of  power  from   navigable streams al
were as  follows: | the expense    of    navigation Interests,
Um cliffs as a snowsllde covered  hlsjnnd our company is preparing to ban
,,.,., ni resting place with tons ol mow. Idle the crowds." Bi
trees and boulders
ma .
be   worked   to advanlagi
.in,l
was
Iven
Into the   in.!"'!
the  committee
instructions In    loot
v. i j thoroughly.
The association    aUo    : ugl m red a
iiioi,.-i   againsl   the admlsialon  of  foi
Tommy Atkins' Cigarettes.
London,  i'.i.   11    The consumpi Ion
of 10.000 packets of eia-n'etti       month
is iii.   im, iiiiiiiinii   thing  in   a    I gill i at,
iv i  .,   i hi    regiment     I    a     lousand
ii ur ���  Lhe .'"ii uimpi Ion ofti n rea. hes
,ii  the cei    'i federated union's meet-j80,000 packet       month,"   tated Lieut,
Ing,     "The condition ol the trade," he! Allan, of the Semond Northuml
added,    l.��   very I ..1    th.   worst in 2:i | V sillers, it.   iddrea Ing a gat. ring of
Hen are being bald off all the   Dover liny Scouta last night.
ii convinces me that this pro
8t.  Valentine's   Day
Cigar Trade Hard Hit.
\ew   Yoik    Feb,     li      'What's  Lhe
matter with lhe sniokei -." a-!.��� d Mor
i i. Brow a. il-1,"- '     of the clgarmakers
l,
phi    i ��� ���
II
���
I criminal!
in,  an
third
i  in- (hod, i hi
tneasiin- w ill  pun Id'        it I       p
Ile on  a col     .ni mil    tered  u
paiuli   ���  fatal   di ug    ivhl' b   ��III      n.l
bim in Bleep,  ue\ ��� ���    o av.
'I'll,    bill   i'i-.' "ill   proi Id.     ha
execution    take pli ll        nlten
li'ii.
;����� in\   .������ ��� . .v.    ���', .   ,���      nch pallfi
pi| ��� two v. inch nail    get  a tv
n half-Inch nails thii y-t- n thn
na ' -  on   Bi   Inch nail, on
tr ,    font   "i. |i.   md fou line
i nti] .' iv. da; i prloi
Icion    i. ��� n-
tha   tin  pati.... ������ ho had been  in in
lhe hospital  for nearlj ulm
year    was In  ulglne in an Indlg - Ible
diet, ��� he ai iIcle- im. Ing bi en   e.
;,,   ��� a ti    ,n. i   i- illowed when onl on
n md"       l'he  formation  of an
. ni    ni nne of .ho pieces ��� '
n li    $wallo-*i .-il punctui ing the b all ol
��� ���ni. li ii. si i|.  n attention to thi
cau -���        '��� il i   from     pi ritonl la   fo!
luwed live da i -������   ifti r th    i   i   ���' Ion.
vein
|)erltJ  ,,,;������ is moonshine.    Thousands
COUNT   JAP   SCHOLARS
IN CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS
Sin ' nn.���mo.   Cai.,   Feb 14     Coi   .1
N   i.ill.-it's cii-iis o    ' ai      In tin
... ti ol    iii   ill.   piInclpal count!'     o(
c illfoi ni..  reveals I unlj   >06
in i la   es with whlti ��� "
San   Franc! u ��� and  Los Vngi I
,,,iii   iii-  i irr,. -i  nui    ii  'i ivlng
128 Japan, se i hlldn a In thi      b   il
WOULD   ABOLISH   VETO
OF   HOUSE   OF   LORDS
trlcl   I'i mn"'
I".
'.il, Wat-son;  backs, Lock
! fanna, Sawyer-, and
!     Hayes,   Shawcross,
on ini'l ('ii\il'/.ien
. i       r.ual.    l'aiiiu-rl
���   and   Savage;   halves.lelgn  vessels  in the eon.-inn; trade In  Im.       known a
"'!   McCallum   and    Hawlctt;  Caaadlan Inland waters    The Domlti
v   Hrown,    W. Savage, Trim, Ion  gove nment    wlll    be    asked    to
I i.nmion. amend the act of last session regardlni
Iln Campbell. I duties on vessels for repairs done oui
i:! , ,,  ,,, smoke,  lie,-ding even
ml living expen
���Billy" the Porter, is Dead.
I'.i,     1 I.    Willi.un   Luff,
r.iii.." a  plon ���.'���   il
Winnipeg, and an old-time bu* pontei
ai ib-
hi
Leland, Queen's and Winni]	
��, |    known    to  travelers,   Is
St, Valentine' Day falling on a
Siindn* ilii .ii . there was little to
:he old ��� ii '"in of exchani In ���
gri. i Ing i, an i iavo a ih tie fun round
,, tofHci as Lhe mlsslvi a were r-
celved and opened, Lhere w;is nothing
to dl prove the Idea thai i lie i n lom I
-   , luall ���   ,i nn; oui   in  an age  ��hen
ntilii.'lil    is   nt   n   discount,        A    few
social gatherings to mark ihi occasion
had been held earlier.
IVnn
ouver District League.
E'HISI   DIVISION.
is
18
Is
16
11
il
I I
In
s
11
i side ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The association adopted a  new bill I ��   t  '��     f*        IJ  D
of lading, which Incorporates a clausel^pflf/1 Of    LlfC  S^OUla  Be
1 providing thai "vessels carrying grain
' shall not be responsible tor shortage
U exceeding one-half bushel for one
131 thousand bushels carried, the vol -.el *�� |
Lengthened By One-Third
I2j deliver all grain on board and collei
10 freight    upon    actual    out-turn, an I
9| make no claim for any ov< r-run.'
\  ,,  york   Feb,   14.���U-claring thai
human
"    11
fl'-Kl TV CUP
1
Ll
Sl -.Ml FINAL.
rnlans   i
k' Ulayed,
Ban stilt
V     i-'
on   Eye-Opener.
British  Steamer Wrecked.
London,   Fob.     14.    A   de patch  i
celved by Lloyd's fnnn Brest, Fn
reports thai the Brittah steamer Fon
Cast!.- lias foundered In  '���'
Brest and thai nine of her crev
(liowii.il.      During a  fog     '
life     in     America,   could   Ibe
lengthened by one-third���that is, more
than fifteen years���iby the adoption of
hygienic reforma Already  known,  Dr
- Fisher of Yale Oalv-f-ity  ff*-
tv-ilai ait.i'noon, in an address before
imsoclatlon of lif,- insm-nne.'. presl-
were|dents, urged the advisa-billty of insur-
ran on a
ii     ih..   application j roch <df lTHhant Is.uul, and
'���dlt&r of the Calgary off and  sunk   In  deep   wai
his   publication 0f  her  crew   were  drowm d
'���'    Us    lias, after; remainder took to the    ���
��nslderatlon,  been   re-j-boats, and later were :
ter general, | ,,| |. lt
in,,, companies taking an active part.
,��� t_e crusade against tuberculosis and
j,r. v,-alible   diseases.
if we take the life tABtes for dif-
t, rent  periods    for    England, France.
- v. Denmark, Sweden rod Mass*
(.husetta," he said "We find that human
life lengthened during the sevi nteenth
nnd eighteenth centuries al Hie rate
of about four years per century; thai
,i irlug the liis! ib""' tjuartafs of the
nineteenth century il lengthened, ai
the rate of nine years per century;
that at the present it is lengthened in
Eur.  generally at the rate of seventeen years per cenlurv. flbd in Prussia, (wbieh is perhaps the home ot
preventive ffi��l!_l_e) al the rate of
27 years per century. For ibis country the rale can only be judged from
the statistics for Massachusetts, which
show that life is lengthening by about
fourteen   year,  per    century,  or,  a,.
P   'i outh,  Feb,  14     Mr
chief   Liberal   whip   In   the
ease,  Ihe
in,'i      j
Commons, In a speech       i   ' i
announced thai the 11     i ami ni would
appeal  to Hi" count) i    ' iefore _van ���
months," toi a in ind ���   to iboll b lh.
veto of ilie llouse ol  I���<"di
Too  Many  Buttons.
London,   Feb    11     It   81     vi
church,  I lovi r, Ihi   * li ar, Canon Bfti
t fn iu announci tl i hai  It has been de
elded  'ii take the colli ction in pl ite
Instead of bags l" future one reason
being thai bo many button-- haveheen
found to be put In Ihe bags,
Madman  Causes  a  Theatre  Panic.
I'm I--. Feb, II K tl adi'i Ul raised an
alarm of fire al lhe Gymna���� Th
in Paris, last nlghi a.i'i caused a panic.
Nobody was hurt, hui the bouse was
half empty before It was foqnd that
tlie nliann wus unjustified.
Bonus  for Piano Company.
Kingston. Feb.   14-By a   majority of
nearly  2000 the ratepjfty1 ra  yesterday
reversed their decision of .lannary -Ith
and decided to grant the Worm-worth
Plnno Company a bonus ot $10,000 to
remain In the city. Th- company was
contemplating moviiv :.e,-i,a.s��� ��� ���
proximately, half of the Prussian rate.)bl��� 1<MjJ by fire last December.
NOT TOO FAR NORTH
FOR GOOD WHEAT CROP
' i' av ���'. I'.i.   li      I b.   i|  pai i mi n   ������
agrlcultiii e    has been    expei Imi nl
�� Ith    till    glOWing   of   eel. ills   ai    Foi I
Vermin .ni   350 mill ��� doi ih -I - Inion
ton,   'nl   ha     ��� >  It e.i  i ep 'i    "'i
Dec nibi     19th        I In.   ii ii. in   . rop of
the  dlfltrli I   b i      u  35,000   bushel
tl t twenty-l nit bushe ���
in iii,- acre;    the    barli \    crop ."."""
lushel    in ��� rage sixtj   bushels to Hi
aon    oal     i'"1" bushels, av< rage ii1'
bush. Rool    crops    ha Vi     given
Turnips,  IS lops;    mangels,  ij tons
.���ii   fblt.1   . i -,   12  I 2  -"ns n, 11'
���n ��� ���       ft ard j   i' nil  Ire i  and  i g<
nbl       v   .1 me well
MARK   TWAIN'S  WORK
INCITES   TO   MURDER
\\ hlle going bis rounds In the hospl
l.il foi Insane Bl Willow1,mn. rt-Sj
To rwo imb i, Queensland, i��i U. It
Wleha*W was struck .,n lhe head with
u heavj lire nossle, and killed Instani
ly.      His    assallani    was    a pati. hi
named Coulter, who bad  I n regard
��� ���j as Inoffensive. \t a subeequeh:
Inquiry it was found thai Coulter bad
been reading "Sketches by Marl
Twain." ami after ibe attack the book
d iis found '.pen ai ii chapter beaded
"Lionising Murderers "
Company Under Quarantine.
Spokane, Feb. it.-- All of the slit)
five member, of (jomphhy M. Tblni
infanMy, ni Fori George Wright, hav.
been placed under isolated quarantine
because of an epidemic 'if measles in
their ranks
The Bank of Vancouver Bill.
Ottawa  Feb. 14.���The private bW��
respecting   the  Bank of    Vancnm-
(Mr   Cowan) and the Hudson Hay .
pacific Railway Compan* (Mr. cash! ��y
have .been read a second tinie and
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARv
TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders are invited until Monday,
the l'.ili Inst, for a brick block to be
erected on Columbia street, New Westminster. Plans and specifications may
be seen al the office of the Dominion
Trust block; New Westminster, or at
Parr & Fee's office, 370 Granville
street Vancouver. Lowest or any
tend "  noi ',!��� cessarily accepted.
ROWE ONCE AGAIN
OWNER Of CIRCUS
successful.    The  following  year  the
panic came on. and it seemed ImpoBs-
ibi,. for the showmen to strike their
former successful pace.
I n.i ble   to   meet   their
thej   were  forced  into
MADE IN CANADA
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS
Wanted -:��� Lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
l
After Being Forced Into
Bankruptcy, Big Show Proprietor Acquires Fortune.
e hammer
passed away
Rowe were practically
m   .
���'.-���'   .''..I/
':::':;:vo-:;-':::-::-ovv-:
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MRS.
C. C.
FISHER, ex-pu
nl of Carl-
lotta
, Am.
���111, It. A. M., London,
Bng.,
iand
of G
!'.  Sims,  Mus.
Hai
" 0x"
fal
, England, will give
lessons in
sing
ng and harmony.
WANTED���-
By March 1st, g
Irl for gen-
eral
hotist
���work.      Apply
Mrs,
r. s.
Ann
indab
-.  189  Fourth s
treet,
LOST Gentleman's i rown kid glove
near armouries. Kinder kindly re
turn to this office.
i'n have his property sold under the
hammer; his creditors paid off on a
basis of fifteen cents <>n the dollar;
;n bo discharged in court a bankrupt;
then io raise $150,000, and send checks
in full to all creditors who bad settled
their claims on a 15 per cent, basis,
all within a period of three months,
is the extraordinary achievement of
II. S. Row.-, proprietor of ihe great
Norrls  & Rowe circus.
The starting of Norrls & Rowe's
financial iron ilea dates back io the
Spring of 11*00 when the .meat fire
and earthquake that visited California,
caught the showmen in its ampl
meshes.   Their da'l*   ��� xpen -.��� ��� oxce<
ed !       ��� per day
FO '   SALE   OR  EXCHANGE
. .     ��� wo      n    ol i lasi    Jul};
,.   llgn ��� j api iis.    Price $35 or
change for Moisten or
Call < :��� add ���<���-    V)      ''
niin   ��� r   i mc
.
News
md they Weri
ni";  in  an average   business  of  $150
v  ���      rheir        es in and around California
has ��� v.', re i ivmend ms,    \\ hen  the big c r
1 *���   , u i goi   i oi li  as .i-   Poi tland  the i f
Shorthorn, j fects of th    earthquake  were noi   no-
G    Sutton    ticeable, and the business of the show
jumpi i   to   Its   uiv. ..��� s   large   propoi
 ��� '���' iloris,
Pythian skating rink, lady's      Along  in   the fall tin   circus   made
a   torn'  of   Mi xlco,  and   ihe  bad luck
they encountered early  in tin. season
turned, ami as a !'v-ult of the Mexican tour ihe finances of the firm were
reduced   to   a   pitiable   extent.     They
managed to get out of the country and
we ���  on their way home through Ari-
, /.via whi n    ill'1    floods  took       In ',!'.;. ���
away,  and  again  the  circus met  thi '
luck  that   reoccurred   so often  during
the   year,    They   were  compelled   to
lay in Globe, Arizona fur thirti m d i; -. r
ftri- they were able to get away
loves ami
return lo Daily New.-'
LOST     \
 , i ontainlng money
kej -.
o tic .
WANTED    -  By    experienced    book-
ki eper, small set books to keep dui
Ing spare time.    Address N. B. 243
Daily  New.-.
WANTED ��� Competi ni experlenci d
lady stenographer desires position
in or around vicinity of Westminster.    Vddress   Miss J., care   Dailyjand
obligations
lankruptoy, all
their property sold under th
and  the  la' or  nf  years
and Norris an
penniless.
Now. here is wh, re the pretty pint
of Hie story conies in. in the successful days. ll. s. Rowe grubstaked a
friend o'' boyhood days to $2noo and
sent him to Alaska to seek bis fortune. That was the last heard of Le
Roy, ni- ;lie two thousand dollars.
When the news of the bankruptcy
proci edlngs were published through
llm laud, Le Roy in bis Alaska home
read of liis friend's trouble, nnd -n
occurred to him that a little balance
was coming io Rowe out of (he grub
siakv lie got pretty busy wiib lhe
telegraph wire and as a result Rowe,
who was considered down and out was
made aware that. $lii0,000 was his. Mr.
Rowe Immediately purchased his snow
back, and then be did an act tbat the
mngels in heaven have no doubt re-
' .'id, d. lie made out checks in full
paymenl of 100 .ents on the dollar
ii,: ni. the creditors who had settled
ih. ir claims against bim on a 15 per
.���ni basis. ()f course, according to
law these bills were already paid and
Row ..' fn e from obligations in
an," way, i.m be could not se.. it thai
way.
ii- Greater \'in",*is & Rowe circus,
wiiii li. s. Rowe, solo owner and general manager, without owing any man
a dollar will take lhe road in the
Spring.
This man Row,, deserves success,
and be will no doubt meet with it.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
It ia to the advantage
of every housekeeper
in Canada to __c them
Music oaklnir Powder.
allien'. PcrhiRieJ Lye*.
Imperial link in,.. Powder. |
Olllctt's Cream Tartar.
Royal Yeast Cakes.
CHllett's Mammoth Blue.
Muffle Baking Soda.
Glllett's Washing Crystal.
MADE FOR OVER
50 YEARS
(1' julili.hrd 1852)
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.. Toronto, Ont.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Feb.    2
Feb. 2
.March
.March 3
March 19
March  -I
Daniel Sully.
The Burgomaster.
1.    Kerry   Gow.
;    Stubborn Cinderella.
Uncle Tom's i' .im*.
Harry Beresford.
bwt
^Tiney
ping
April
April
April
June
2.���Marrying Mary.
7.���Blanch Walsh.
28.���The Glhgerbred  Man.
10.���Nat Goodwin.
Telephoi
P* -'fte 164
Thomas pE
TERS
���    **������*�����
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SPICES
OF ALL KINDS AT
���
WANTED���to purchase a good house
for cash from owner. State full
particulars of house and were situated. Address, T.S., Care of L. W,
Henderson, city.
WANTED���A    married    man    wants
work; used to all kinds; wants con-
ni employm. nl    ^pply Royal Pacific Realty.
FOR SALE -Six I . 6i .120 each, corner Wch mo ml and Eighth avenu. ;
$160 each; ca_h, A. L. Bryant, 152-1
Charles stn et, Van     ivei
W ^NTED���Man and wifi     to
lions,, with ��� ther t< nan      I       pai
ticulars address P. O. Box 1, City.
j they were compelled to caned all of
the dates that had been advertised
and make a jump to Santa Cruz, California, the winter home of the show,
When they got home they figured up
their losses on the  -.ason and  found
ii -in  to be $97,C	
The show took the road  again the
following  year and   were  only  fairly
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
��� Vancouvi i   toi   Si w Wi
mill ��� ;.". 6:50, 7;-'" and
,i.)n . an 1 , very half hou     h   ���
until   ll;","  p.m.
Cars leave N w  Wi sl    inster for Van
TO RENT���On... large furnished be*
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Appl)  2S7 Victoi ia street.
couver ������
"". 6:2), 6:50, 7:20   in I
British   Coi-jniU-i   -oast  'Ins
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
.-S.S.   Princess   Victoria  leaves  \ an-
couver  i.0  p.  in.,  going direct  to Se-
ittle daily except Monday,
ti S. Princess Royal leaves Vane u-
.   ,r   D a.  m. for Victoria daily,   jx-
W. dnesday.
S. *->. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-
louver at 1 p. in. daily for Victoi ia.
WESTMINSTER-Vi-TOrtIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
iN'i  .   Westmlnsteti every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on  ,\"d-
- "��� lay
WEST   COAST   KOUTE.
SS. Tees
Leave. Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
dnd -Otli of each mouth for ClayoqfOOt,
.Mi.'b'iuito Har_or and way ports;  llHn
;;.      pari   I 10 acres, of the northeasi
quarter of section   L0,  township  19,
���  Westminster district.
Wherea i proof of the less of '
of title number 1150 I'., I    ������
in the name of James Long   I      I ���'���'"
filed in this office.
Notice is herebj given that l
at the expiration of one m nth
��� [ate or the firs; publl' ath n I"      :
In a daily newspaj er publl hed in
City of New  Westmlnsti r,    Issue    a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantim    valid    obji     on
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
Land Registry Office. New Westminister, B. C, Fob. 3rd, 1909.
I English Watchmaker
Gold Watches Eor Ladies from $12./*;
Up.
silver   Watche.,   -���'nts'  0?en
j $6.00.
Silver Watche?, gents'   open   case,
!$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and     E.Sin
I watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
j      F. CRAKE
: Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Groce*
	
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RYALL
SPECTACLES     GUARANTEED.
SJORE
PHONE 57.
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
>ach,
D
ocn,
Af_nu/'_cf--reri and Dealers m Alt Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   S<
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes*.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass,
FARMERS ATTENTION!:
i
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,!
Royal City Branch, Columbia St, I
Telephone 12. New Westminster1!
s""     ; : ' hal< of each month for Quatsino and way
after until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
neiiiner  for  New   Wi
���f
WANTED���A name g:rl; jservlces required from i to 6 p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue
st-
:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
-hour   thereafter   until
Cars le ive '
minster al
��� very    half
11,30 p.m.
Cars leave N w Westminster for Vancouver al >���'"' a.m., and every half
hour thereafter un'il 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 mm.
D. J. Mct-aJar-***, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
>"
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon .. oute
for   CONRAD    CAR'CROSS,   ATLIN..
WHITE HOR8E, l>\\\ '80N and PAIR-J
hanks I.       trains (e ��*pt Sunday)|-Lv
carrying passengers  mail,'- -'-press .aadl j -11.111-
freight eonn-'-r-   with   Bta*.-w   al   Car-*! Lv. Seftttle5:10 am
and   White  Hors     * M-BtalninglLv.  Sea-tie I 25   p.m
a thorough wlni       ���   .   . ' p m.
I 'nn applj   to ��� '-���   Beat '���������''-   '" i>'" ;  ���"���
J  "  ROGERS Trail      :       .r 	
1
it
Grea*!   Noi-therrt   Railway.
Ld . N.W   9:20 a.m.;  ui"   Seattle  . p ui
l>v. N.W. 1:3- pin.- ar.Seattle IO p.m,
>N'.W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle T'i."
ar   N W. :;
,   ar.   N.W.
:
N.W. 6 20
I This is the
x
���
Opportunity
ib i
and mai - out ;
cat iv     *
.  tor
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds ���
Tn es, Plants, II ��� "'���''���
No wind) .- '���'.'    '" ;il:n">  ���"'''
No damai e ''' "'   N '
le'v.      Of CUSl    '
YOU "PRESS  THE   BUTTON.*'
WE DO THE  REST.
C.  N.  ,R.���Port   __.ic.hon.
Nn.   3.7     lei '������ s     Ni w  Westm
:i      Qulchoa i> p.m   Fri
i i .   .  ah o ion ii' atioiu   by   10.1ft     m
���  Sew W< ii tnim oi 1 uesdio -'' :
i     U -day.
Leave Ouicha n 8:30 sun., an.lv<   x.'
W.   **r-  Fri.ia.'.*   ;    il--"  .���'.,'iinei'llinti�� by
v    except   iiuiihcn   Tiiesi',i       id
i'. ini,  Thursd-)}
Lv   N.W, 6:20  a.an    ! p.m., .-and 0:55
p, l. foi- Vancouv r
Lv. Vancouv. r * .:-��� s rn.. I p I r, a i I
li :30 i_.ni  for w Btmfc_ster.
ports; -'Jth of each month for Ahcus.-t
QuaUtao, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANSOUVER-N-ANAfMO   ROUTE.
S, S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver  l;^0  p-m. daily,
except   Sunday.    Leaves  Ifeaaimo  at' X
7 a, m. .J.
SKAGWAY ROUTE, ��g>
Princess May leave.    Vancouwr    Jan. i V
12th and 26th. ;T
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   B'.atrice   leaves  Vancouver Jan.5,
19th;  Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
Dec. 2SHh, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th,.
DP RlVi-R.
tleaver^���
From New Wcstrai aster Mt-day
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m
From ChHllwac- Tuerfay, Thursday
mad Saturday at 7 am.
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OURVfORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RI6HT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminister. Phone 38*
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=====   The ������
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NOTICE.
For   resHrTatiDiiu   and   tntortni-lon
���al) or address
F.P.  OOHLET,
AKH_.t, Kew Wr-atmir.stsr.
C. B. FOSTER,
A__t, <}��n. Pune.  Agent, Vancouver.
J. V.'. TROUP.
""imr.l   H'M.Pr'rtPI irlnnt.   Vleloi-ln
PROFESSIONAL.
VHEALUBR,    HAUUISTKR,   Solicitor,  etc.,     42  Lome  Street,
opposite Court Hoase, New Westmin-
si- '      l-lm-ip. 2-13.
A.
H1TESID1 & EDMONDS, narrH-
lers an.J sol-OitWa, Blaekie illk..
Co'.naibla st7eet, r>>iw Wtflt.miii_tea
W. .1. Whiteside, H. 1- Edm.nds.
Take notlci   that I, C. W.  Preston,
Of Vancouver, It. (.'.. fanner, intend to
i.i the Honorable Chi.; Commissioner  of   Lands and  Works    for    a
'weir. gsaalng lease on   thi
i'oilnv lag ii , bed laud; Commencing al a ;...-��� , n the east shorn ol
Za        i   and.   i i.  s mp��on dli
a1 OUI    I  mil       OU -  Ot   the   ln<iilt)/i    Ol
Lake ��� hence  weat across    the
Island    i thi . thence following
' he        ���        '  iiv'l', , lv      easterly      and
Bouthi' to the i olnt of comm. nci -
ment.
No 2 -, . -Zayai Island, Port
Shnpion district, starting a: a post at
the southeast corner of No. ���. lease,
thence west aeuosa the island to the
shore, thenci following the. Bhon
southerly, ., .;..,], .in;1 a0rthely
aroand to th   polnl of commencement.
C W. PRESTON.
.lar. 28, 1909
PROGRESS IN SIX YEARS...
r'-';       an !   Ri ii rye            De lOsltg
1902           15,000,000                           $14,000,000
$22,000,000
1908            t8.500.000                             $37,000,000
$50,000,000
Branches In everj  Province In Canada, also In Cu
Pl rl    :������
Bahamas  and  New   York  City, N. Y
World,    ftii-iriv--
Cori-cs;ion,1ents  throughout  the
ceive every conslderatioa.
��*0*0*0*��*0*<X>*O4C^C^C^C^0 O* j#O4CJ*C*C*#CO*O*C4O*0*l
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eturnc,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50   u     "
*j Terminal $5.50   u     "
i  McQuarrie&Co...  "'u AN"rK,;" >"'I;"MN,'S
Ml      FRONT STREET.
f
������H��_-(l<ni#.-#i-^|i,�� #
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office6,   Greenhouse--.   ,intl   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver. B.C.  Branch Nursery.   X
South Vancouver. J
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Young People,    Attention !
You  can recjv-tvQ   .nstruc'i'm In night tlasses at
Columbian College
In ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING. SPELLING. CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW. PENMANSHIP.
-hovi   ' in -day .and   Thursday  evenings
Tii.
or any  part of  thi
. 7 to 9.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
|
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Scientific Bmcrican.
A-���.n-ivim-1-Hlli-iitra..-.i K-.-t-.iv    l
Ciilnt'i.n -r nr.y ���,.,!,, .,.,.'*f;   '-,yi��_t olr-
E^^^'^^iV^W
Bnu>cb Offlcu, fa, y ;.-��� *-"-��jbli
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
I Ellard b'ocK, New WeitrniMSter   - c
ENQUIRE
Family Rate1
VI**H
Royal City LaanJif
Royal Avenue a
nd Biackle
Strt*1, MONO
AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1909.
THE DAILY K1TWS.
niill!    Of
. BNTINE
���    CARDS
-
umtal and Corn-c.
CENTS A BAR
1 he best Laundry loap
VANf'ii.  ��� | .
MAN
BUYS NANAIMO  GAS
been
i,
bui].:
M
i,  12    A deal has Jusi
;   where.*,   the   N.B
i,i, -. u  Into    ihe
u-wly  formed    companj
,.i   Vancouver   capitalists,
the well known v.- en
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
AGAIN ALARM MESSINA
Sunlight
��� ���!,���..'i. took an option on
Mi
IT Morey's
BIO BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
mwk%*ssnsssssW%\ss\\\ss\s\ms\\m
VOKSLEY'S
Picture :
>0ST CARDS
..ON  SALE  AT
[MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
L GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
|c.r' ; E S    DRUG    STORE    and
���t .- .   i     Columbia Street.
Westminster
ransf er Co.
��� ���   18..      Barn   'Phi ai   13.
umbla Street
fe i    promptly    ic
'    : the city.
jht and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���T-AM  DEPOT.
Notice.
I li .1   VLcQ lai       ol
B. C., occupa
manager,  In*., d .
��� ;., pui  b ���������   the
|��i_g ��� 1 lands  In
er:
t a    ��� -'  |
��� :
_wi   ; i   ��� ;.v
0 .-om his ���   '
south! rly, v.- -*��� rly
ilnt   nf . omm< n ���
100 a
HN McQUAF-RIE,
��� HN F, BAG-GS
Agi nt
r 19th,  1908
-AND ACT.
gineer i
hi mui ih,. holdings of the com
pan i onths ago,    He ha
now ,, |h t'or mi ni;  a company
v I ii capital of |100,000
plans  embrace    a    iras
Walls Shaken Down By Tre-
mors at Reggio People
Flee in Terror.
io,   Feb     1 I
vloleni earth-
plant ui l.ndysralth, which wili be run quake shock  was felt here lasi night,
in oi   with the smelter.    Also f lasted ten seconds, and threw down
li. rh a [.nun  in  Duncan and many  damaged    walls.      People  fled
eve iiac.  down the line of -the from their huts   terror     'icken   There
E   ��� ���   I-,   the   opening  offers, .vere no fatal
(.<,iii       Th.   shock   v I,     '.       '   ouj ho      i 'a
The ' lalirin.
The i . ard to thi   local
panj vi ��� mi ihrough ye. terda;
ii. v i        will   take     iinni
coi
Hate I    Messina���Feb.  14.���A sever,-, shock,
insiine six seconds, was fell yes ���
evening.     Ii   was    preceded  by  loud
Will ADrvT LUMBER subterranean roaring, causing the peo
FREE INTO STATES I pie to Bee from their huts and houses
The panic was accentuated by the
Calling  walls  of    previously   wrecked
was
Wasii-nivton, Feb. 12.���Notwithstand
Ing iln ��� ffo   . of a i rong lun bi ''"'
the   House   way*   nnd   means      T>>"
it  is posltivelj  stated  'Eastern  Sicily
toda\   placed lumber on   ���"   E *ei   lis
lelieved llm'  the conclusion 	
reached will not bechanjred in anj fir- \ SAWMILL  OPERATORS
PAGE THREE      1
NOTICE.
Of Application for Wharf  and  Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at Nev. Westrmnster,
B. C.
Notice  Is hereby   given>that  1   the
undersigned, E. Mercei   oi   h.  City of
New Westminster,   B,  * ,  Contractor,
having applied to His B celleni     th*
Qovernor-ln-Council,  for the  approvi
of ti certain  site  foi   '.he constructlo
of a wharf and marine Blip Bltuat.  -
the north shore or Lulu Island on tb
North Ann of iln   Prase    Hive    i-av.
��� '. .sited   with   th.     Honorable    the
Minister  of  Public   Works  at Ottawa,
[dans   of   said   wharl   and     "lip     way
which i propose to com rucl oi   land
covered with watei, lying north of and
Hdjolning sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
.   group one, New We   mini  ���     Dis-
trict,  together  with  a description of
the proposed site described bj mete.
and bounds;  and have also dep.    t_8
ii   dupllcat.   ol   each  in the office    of
;li,   Registrar ol   ��� ie. ��� ���   tor  the   said
District of New \\ ei  m i In which
District the work I *opo .-d 'o he
con tructed; in accordance v,iih the
requirements  of Section    7    of    the
^^^^^^^^^ and  along ilie
.   ii coasi Including Palermo.
felt   throughoui   "Navigable   Water.   Protection   Act,'
north-  Cop. 115, n. S. C, IfiO.I.
Dated rn   New  Westmin. ter,   ;    ��'
this 30th day of Janna ���    V D  1909
I   MERCER.
ciimstanees liefore the bill i     ���
i   i louse     Th,   ��� dm -ans
���    c nclude
���',     .    .   . .
. ���  made by thi    m
na
of -, ,.-���-,
" Ich  do noi   iceura
in  the H id. .    Th.   .������
:    . . . ,
no
Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtsE. NO ' .���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire h.ld in Oddfellews' hall   i olum-
hla  street,  eve-      V,   ���>   ,v   <v.;   ng
at. SS o'clock.
WILL   ENTER   PROTEST   	
\ depti  i li i, i il sawmill on ners and
ve \ anconver' I lib
.....       . ...
cabin.     n  ���
���eq ii       .a  lhe ov. nei s  n
r ...
!..'.. .       dal |
eni ���   ���
y ext' licensi
om 21 to ��� .      and ini
,;;,.',,. OWni
expres ��� d no obji ci Ion lo an Im
....
illmen      ati    ih
e v
will finally foot  the bill  for this tlm-
Grand Trunk Rv.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chtcago, London,
Hamilton, Tor^io,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
'*** i thev are noi   desirous of  paying
v. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. S ^^*
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts."
lew We;',     nster Land  District.
���net  of  Sayward.
1, C. VV,   i'   -
occupation  farmi
tor permission to   pur-
lescribed
���   ,i  post   planti .
ni south Twin Island,
t the shoie    . ast.rly,
erly,     northerlj    and  iu
point of   commenci
1 .n the whole Island eon
icres  nn.re or less.
'    W. PRESTON.
-in I, 1909
Vancouver   Power   Co.. Ltd.
Notice cf Application fer Further Certificate   of   Approval.
Notice is li. - '     '      ' ""'";
ai     ., the notice ol  the -iwi d*3  "'���
.,,.��� .._ (90S, that, v... weeks aftei
date application  v\ .1  '"   made    when
, ation i-  ma li   In pursuance    to
the notice ol tl Id 24th day of De-
_______________________________    _____
-ynopdt     of    Canadi-w     NorthWeit
Homeitead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Do
iiiiiiK ii lands In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Allien a, excepting 8 and 26
out reserved, may be homesteaded bj
any person who is the sole head ot a
lan tl ... or any male over IS years ol
age, to the extent ol one-quarter sec
tion of 160 acres, mure or 'ess.
Application tor entry musl ue
made In p> rson by the applicant al
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
tgeuc] tor the district in which tie
land 1* situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at un agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth
��� Meetings the first and lhlr.i Tues-
in each month. Visit ine
brethren cordially invited to aiiend.
Uidge room, A. O. U, W, hall. Odd
felliws'  block. Clarkson ��i
*IJURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets ihe Fourth Fridaj In the
month at S o'clock. In ihe small
hall. Oddfellows'  block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
\. . ie Mi     ������   Me. is evei j   fu.
eiiming at  8 p.  ni. In  Hie E
hill,    Columbia    slreet.    A
W. Pres.;  11. Schofleld, 8ecrel  ry.
"HE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at S o'clock p. ni.. in Oddfellows'
bail, Columbia Jtreel
���ON. OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of evcrv month m
I-', of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.|
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAB
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW STORK an.
���,,. now  in the hands of other-, an I   PHILADELPHIA, via Viapara Falls
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VA-X.
Assistant (ien'1 Passenger and T   '- ������
A-jent, 136 Adams St.. Chieavro, lil.
,,.     The millmi n also
,   ihal a- thi j  an   the i ni
he stumpage, thi >  ha'\ ���   i  i ighi
heard on anj question of an In
. .       in thai direction
Collma in Eruption.
\|, xlco City, Fi ' ,;..
iniii \,>leano. in  tli.   Si;-.:., nl' .l'linaieii,       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� ruptlons    wl Sealed I  .     i
violenci       Yesterdaj    there I dersigned, and marked on the envelopi-
m a   iiniiili. r  of   loud   siv'-. ��� nn- in |    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
owed bj a ".-in o! hoi   '   ���'���'" offi''- of the Commission, a oi
sand, which covered   i  :    -��������� ar-, and  the Transcontinental ftailwa;    at Ot
comph ���  i       killed    th.     vegeta Ion   tawa "n" " ��� ""'   < '   :"  '���' '���-
Neighboring towns   and   village? ure 4a>' ot   M'"      r""   tor th.   construe-
covered  with    du��i    and ashes,      A,tlon attd erection complete, in accord-
ream of lava a mile long i- flowing'ance wi,h 'u- Plan�� a^d specificationr
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS-.
Tenders for  Shops  East  c*" Wirmipeg.
Sealed tenders addressed
Tender  l'or  Shops,''  will  be  received
IL-NIEER    BOUNTY     ACT.   1808
|WAf*NING  TO  PURCHASERS.
sverv asslgnmenl or the right ol -
tt. Afrh an  Volitteer entitled to a
'I gruiil  must    be  by  way  ot ap-
cember, 1908, for a further coi'tlticai ^^                        ,.,������,
.       ,   ovaUto be included in tl ne er. son. daughter, brother or al.ter ol
oi Its further an Intending  l,..���iestea,le,
,- ,i,   ,.,���, The homesteader is rejulred to pel
.- - a po.nt ot th, u���j��;ibi1ih. ���..������������
',;'r,,'';',,hl'N': V'',.''a';    niC UPon and culUvatlou of tha land  In
Uon of the Canadian Pacific   .   �� ���             lor tl,,,e years.
where the branch  line to tho City ol ���      nomegteB(ler m;u.   ��� ,,��� B0
Westminster branches off to the ^ -^' ^^       ^^   ^
ke'dence duties  by  living on    farming
��� |^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
City of New Westmlnsti r to n poi
at or near the southerly end ot Lake
ptnu'nt of a substitute and must be Coquitlam,   with  the  .iv'-saiy  side
be torn, provided by the Act. tracks and turnout, and b.an.-l.e,   ,���
iPocim attention is called to Sub-.'��- V��nw ���"' car., teams  oarriag
��o��     I Section E of the Volunteer | ^ "^ Vl ,li,''���"    adftpted
f��l  \'t. 1908, which provides that |same and to bul
Msignment of the right of a vol-
|tiltl. 8
th.   i
pifh is
|e ���! ������
art i
Id Del
the appointment of a -ub-
ii lie accepted or recognized
"���nartment    of  the ^^^^^^^^^^
not executed and dated after ��� f"r  '""*   ,:1"'ly
to    the
irldges and exercise
any of the powi rs a   set torth In sec
96 of ill- Water Clauses Consoli*
imongst   all
trans
1 tion      _
datlon  Act,   1*97,  ��iili
i.torim* i other powers the power to taki
lBt "��r passengers    and   or.
of the warrant for the land ,''"""'^  ^   ���&  "1K"'l      ���    al
'"1 l.ytl,, Minister of Milltli' -y by the force ,, l--;   f   '     ,(,
���"��� it, favor of the volunteer. - ���<* Bteam, elec ric, water o
I motive  uower as the ( ompanj
W, GREENWAY,
''"iinnisslnner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa
I motive   power  as
deem expediont.
And upon such application
111"
land owned solely bv aim, not le��
linn eighty (80) acres Hi extern, In
(ll,. vlclnltj of his homestead. .Inlnt
ownership i�� la'"l wl" not u-001 thi0
requirement
(ll) If the father (or mother, if the
father Is de. eased) of a homestead-?!
t,,iS permanent residence on (arming
land owned solely by him, not leal
than eighty (80) acres In extent, iti
the vicinity of the homestead, or up
,,,, g homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
liTing with the father (or mother).
ID    Trie term "vicinity" In the two
preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    ns
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Looge. No. 3
Meet- in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla 81reel, every Friday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren will
ho made welcome. Q E. Qllley,
N. (!.; 0. lv Osborne, P. 0 . recording Becretarj*.
���-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115. SONS OF ENGLAND. B S.���
Hod Hose Degree meets Second mid
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall. C-olumbla Bl . al
8 p. m., White Kriso Degree, Fourth
Wednesday   in   each month, same
lime  ami   place,
OTHER     FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES,
Include tho Union i/odKe, \,. ;i \
i-'. and A M-; KIiik Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. P. and A. M.; L O, L .
No. lir.a.  L   (>   L.. No,  1698;  C< lirl
Sapperton, Ho, 4��s:i. i. o, V ��� C O.
v., Court Westminster, Nn 130;
Brotherhood of .iw's. Nes. No  89;
uoard of trade    N.w Westminster Board of Trade   meets in the
Board Room, City 1 (nil. ns follows;
Third   Thursday   o!   each   month,
Quarterly   meeting,   on   the   third
Thursday    'if    February,    May,
Augual and  November,  nl  8  p,  m.
Annual    meetings    on    the    third i
Thursday    of   February.    Nvw;
member*   may   bs   proposed   p-u]
elected at any monthly or quarterly i
meeting.     A. B. White. S<*e.
from the double ��� rati r
life has ui been reported
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Ae^tecl Water?
Family trade a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight strif.
NEW   WESTMlNBTEn.   R.   C.
CIlOICC    H
a ins
18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Comer Blight- St. aim
phonf aro
BOWELL A  ODOY.  ProDrii-lnr.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
ia.ii
Sllils
tlj   the   material  you   wanl   foi
made lo order,    Perfect fit ituar-
a ill cod.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
No loss of "*  ,he Commissioners of shops ea?t
��� ��� \\ Innipeg.
       Plan .    details    and    specification!
maj be seen ai th. ��� trie. ���    Mr, t-tugh
D   Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottaww
Ont.,  and  Mr,  B.  R.  PoUlln,    >li-
englne. r, winnin. g, Man.
Persons tendering ar- hotifled
tenders will noi  be considered tu
made <m the printed forma supplied t,
the   Commissioners,   which   may
had on application to  Mi    Hugh
den, i hief i aglneer, Ottawa, i ��� i
Bach tehder   must   be signed
aled by nl! tli- pai tie i to  hi  ������ ni
ind v Itnessed, and h   aci ���    panii '; I j
.���I ���!,.,. |,i, ,i cheque   on   a charl
Banl  "' thi  I wmlnion of i   nada pi
able to iii" ordei ol the Commlssioi
of  the   I ran ��� ontinehtal  Rallwaj
the sum of one hundn l thousan
litis     |J|II Hli
The chequi  depi dti i by thi    panj
w in,.-.. tend.    ; ���   "    pte'd ��;H be   l<
Flftb Avemie   posited lo the eredll  of the R#e<    '
General of Canada as security tor
due and faithful performanc '   th.
contract     according    to    Its
i ii -I i,    Opposite i by   parties   whofii
���, nders are iejected will be retu ned
within ten days after the slgnlni
the contracl
The rlghi  Is reserved to reject
or all tenders.
Fly orrt**!',
P.  E.  RYAN.
Seer. ���
The Commissioners of the Transcod
tinpnlal Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 30th January, 19'.'*
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the '
mlssioners will not bn paid for it.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
��uvuu
nr;n s-ndiii-Vir friends in the old
,u"lr-v  i"   buyiftg    tickets    at    -his
lave money and prevent
.usual and   necessary powers to f"llV meaning not more than nine miles in
'and  effectually   cany   oui     i'1"    s"    a direct line, exclusive nf the Width
proposed  further undertaking will ''"j0f road  allowances crossed    In
I applied for, ,n  measurement.
Dated at the City of Vancouver,   m,    ,-,    A   homesteadei   Intending    to
the Province of Brltl h Columbia,   '^^rform   his   residence  duties  in  ac
25th day of January,  ���..->��� l909'
9
the I >Ji
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cordance with the above while living : >J
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.    | with parents or on farming land o*wn-|g
i!
1  -tnpresj sails from    SI,   1
- and 26.    Call  for    par-
ED, OOULET,
V'.-iit.
i:
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, ,nnnaS'>f. led  by himself must, notify the  agent j yj
H  Sperling  ������ " tor the aiatriot of such Intention. g
Six months' notice in writing must j ,���,
p  ��, p �� R  tie given  to the Commissioner of Do- j J��J
^^^^^^^^^^J       \n        rninlon  Lands nt Otlawa, of Intention | >J
the   Paper  Thai   I'��� ,0 app]y fnr n,rpnt i^
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10c. a
Week
Advertising and Circulation
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited tor tite above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
p. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22
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THE   DAIL-."  NEWS.
MONDAV, FEBRUAft     _
THE DAILY NEWS
I Iiinii river, ,-_ distance of 100 miles;
from the 0. T. P, main line at l-'in-
barraa river, southwesterly towards
the  MacLeod river,   a  distance of 25
Published by the Daily News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front!
streets,  New  Westminster, B.  C.
TO   THE   CORPORATION    OF   THE
CITY OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I
Take notice that the culvert, cross-
ling from the northeast to lh(. >()(Uh
tween Calgary and Coutts, southwe I   wesi Bide ol  Eighth street, n,.i(1.   St
 , ...         lerly to  MacLeod,  Pincher Creek and Andrews street,   in  tne  city of New
���L A.  Paige Managing  Director   .Ul,   western   boundarj   of  Alberta,   a Westminster, is rotten, and unsafe f
distance of LOO mil-. (travel thereover or thereupon,
W. T. COOKSLEY.
12th.  11100.
Fraser River Service jj*1
. Ramona!     PHILLIPS,
THE
Str
AKDR0BE
CLOTHIER
or
Februarj
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15,  1009.
CITf   ENGINEER.
DICK'S  PLATITUJES.
I
"GET  THE   HABIT.
Greai satisfaction will be felt
throughout the city thai the Council,
ie grappling with the problem of a
��t'.' engineer responsible to the citizens through their elected representatives,
it is no disparagement to Mr. A. J.I
���Hill to .say thai the present syis.-m is!
unsatisfactory, because advice by reference is ;. very different thing to the
Prebicr McBride- on the Advantages of
Sabbath  Observance,
Tbe  Lord's  Day  Advocate sent   requests at New Year's time lo different!
provincial   premiers   iu   various parts
asking  for  messages   relative to  Sunday observance.    The   following  was'
received  from Premier McBride:
"While   opinions   may   differ   ay   to
the lies:   means of obtaining the ob-
for general IBervance ��* *������"-' Sabbath, the view Is
shi**"red   universally   among   Christian
people that  such a  rest  day  is mosi
desirable,  Loth on  the ground of re
se    .No man
engagemi nt of an officia
services.   A gentleman to whom cer
tain professional duties are relegated
is  placed   in    a different   position   to
the permanent  official,    ll-  does cer-|--Si��n and of common
tain work, Is paid for it, and his agree- can  -o-1  ''"���   seven days of the week
ment  ceases,    A   municipal  engineer, | without  injury to  himself;   and  it   is
larticuLarly In the absence of a build-
ng Inspector, ia badlj   needed In  the
sitj   now thai  larger buildings are  In
iourse of erection.    Provided the  Arc
Clearing Out
ii' rand, lines. Special today;
Jelly Beans, Saratoga Mixed,
,-ic. Your choice from the window at
15c
PER POUND.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"Big   Store."
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli-j
wack  on
TUESDAY.    THURSDAY     AND  SAT
URDAY.
at 8 a.m., al   following points;   Ham-]
iiimni,   Haney,  Langley,  Cihm   Valley,
Whonnock,    Ruskin,  Silverdale,    Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzlc,
Dewdney, N'lcomen Island, Sumas and
Chilliwack.    Returning  leaves  Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday  at 7 a.in.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rate
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.,
New Westmin   ���
Seasonable Coats at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Our finest  tailored shower proof coats
.,, prices to tempi the mostehrewd   buyer
ie i   niak
we  b
Thi   ���
of English cravenette cloth, tailored In
n     Note the three special prices be!
���S   lielov,.
'   0|
""' ' Hl'-lfl.
TENDERS WANTED.
! lining that,  wherever  possible,  work
should he laid aside and  man -hould j
rest on the Sabbath,    Utter disregard!
for   this   Christian   Institution   would;
protection by-law has been considered resul)   most   deplorably   Cor   the   na-
in Lhe specifications, there is no other tion and   bring aboul   both the  phys-
check on the'prenilses till the plumb- 'ca'   and   moral   deterioration   of  the
ing Inspector is summoned tor his -ex- Pe0Ple.
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amlnation. Plans hav- been submitted at recent meetings of the Council PREACHER FLAGS FREIGHT
for approval which are merely .examined to see if the building is fire-proof
or ed' suitable material, and this certainly is a laconic practice when nothing further can be done without an
official to enforce proper construction. '���;.
FOR   WEDDING   WITNESSES
The grading of streets, levels for
sewers and other matters will keep
an official busy all the time and will
provide the Council with expert, opinion on new work.
Th- recent litigation in the courts
proves the necessity of a change of
system, and the salary necessary to
seem-.- an ollici.nl whose advice will be
reliable is small by comparison with
the  advantages offered
We think the Council acts, unwisely
in giving such short notice for appli-
catons and not advertising in some
of tii,- professional journals, a - an
appointment of this character i- of
greai Importance to the city.
Fort   I'Ytterman,    Wyo.,   Feb.   14.���
j Rather than postpone a wedding ceremony he had -been called trom a distance to perform, Rev. Daniels yesterday   tlagged   a  freight   train,   pressed
the   train   crew  into   service   as   witnesses and  proceeded with the ceremony.  Charles  Pag- and  Mrs,  Louise
Conwell had called him to marry them.
But there  wer-  no  witnesses.    Hearing a train whistle, the three hurried
i to the little flag station, Rev. Daniels
I stopping the train and explaining th.'
dilemma to the astonished conductor.
Then, wiih  the bride standing on the
steps of the   caboose,   ih,    blushing
bridegroom   on   the   ground   and   the
'conductor and brakeman paying Btricl
��� Mention, the ceremony was performed.
(NOTICE-
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited In the Land
Registry Office In the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan aud book Of reference of Its
Westminster Chilliwack Hailway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through the
municipalities of Sumas and Chilliwack and tho town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
t:ons four (H and five (5) ot the said
railway as shown on Ihe n.ld pian
and approved by the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the
Province  of British  Columbia.
Dated this 12th day of January,
1909.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor  for   Vancouver  Power Company, Limited.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westn-inster's Home Paper.
Tenders will be received bj  the undersigned  up  to  Monday,    tho    22nd
I Inst., iti. a pin. for Bupplj of clothing
to  th,   City   Police   and   Firemen   for
the current  year.
Specifications  can   be   seen   ai  in
office.
The lowest or any  tender noi   nee ,
essarllj .ice.'pted.
W   A   DUNCAN,    I
.'ity  Clerk.
City  Hall. Feb,  11.  1909.
$15.00 Showerproof Coats for $11.00
Eighteen only of these coats,    plain Hghl ,    ;
black, also neat check and stripe designs; cul
well made In every way.    Slze�� ;������-, I(,  n;    ���*- .. ,, ,  ,
last, each  	
$20.00 Showerproof Coats for $l(j.00
���-���'-.   a  limited number al  this price and the,
The���  emits   we   have   Sold   all   BeaSOH al   $20.00,     I
to choose from, light and dark grey, fawn. 1,1,1 v
stripe designs, a full rang,' of Bizes, Riegular
special  price	
$26.00 Showerproof Coats for $19.00
If >uu wiiut an extra Bpeclal value here ll 1
house for J19.00, made by Lowndes Clothing con
of the famous twentieth brand    Fur  qnalltj   and
leaders.    We are   howlng this line In  blac .
light and dark grey, also fancy check  and  strlpi   ;   ���
lustre lining-, finest of trimmings, up ;,, late li
price $-���! 00, our sp-eial clearing price       <
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PYTHIAN
SKATING   RiNKl
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NEW    *   OF P. HALL. 	
Eightn  and   Agnes  Streets.
I    Hours: .Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon i
j2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admis-
! sioa 10c, skates  25c.    Un  Saturdays
110 to 12, school  children    under    12
will be furnished skates for ioe    Com-!
mutation tickets now on sale.   'Phono
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209211   COLUMBIA  ST
TEAMS WANTED.
Two teams   with  teamsters to haul
ties al II. ('. E, Railway camp at Fort
Langley; 20,000 ties; extreme haul one
and three-quarter miles.
Enquire
F. N. SINCLAIR,
Old Guichon Block.
RAILWAY   CONTROL.
com
shall
ripe
Although when thi railway
missioners reach the coast we
not have Uie advantage of th
judgment of the new chairman of the
commission, y< 1 his Influence is proving 1 liiiing substitute for the judicial
impartiality and vigor of his prede
cossor's rule. Judge Mabei has by
his decision and commenta proved a
���marvellous ability to settle the Intricacies of railway law, and a determined upholder of the rights of the
public is against the corporations, who
have obtained by successive decisions
a remarkable hold on the public do
main.
On th.- Pacific coasi of Canada we
groan  ai   the oppression  of corpora
tions, hut it is as the elm t.
whips  rather   than    with    scor*
compared with the conditions in  the
east, and middle west.    Particularly
in this ease with the great railway
corporations, who have ceased to re-
���member tin- public have rights. Still
the change of opinion over the level
crossiugs,    th,    provision   Of   cars    for
the farmers, the Improvement In pas
enger sen ice, and thi' reduction ot
freight rates, all jioiin to the growing
intention In Canada to treal the rail
ways a- the seivani.-. and noi thi
masters of the people.
Thi' men who hav- been rsoentl*
added to the commission have greatly
increased Its prestige, and with great-
or powers devolving upon ii trom Federal legislation the rallwaj commia
slon promises to be one or the greatest
factors in the building up of Canada
at the time when transportation Is
lis greatest need.
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I    TEN HANDSOME
| CHINA DINNER SETS
I   GIVEN AWAY
v, ��� ��� Ing a nun,"'. ', coupon In each  19-lb. 1   v,.'|
Standard Flour thai leavea our mills     8ave youi   1
each n ''i with the lucky numbers thai   ���
the fir.i ���  cl   ii - nth    Ten   pi      n
receive one ol these elegant in,-sen;-. . ,    ��� mon;;".'
li, is will  be announced In the first Issue ol tl     monl       '    '
sons holding a duplicate of thi se mini!,, 1    ha lo Is 1
���
us, and  we will deliver free of all charges, aha i|
ne,- .-v.    You will find all the detail- of th ��� th ii
each coupon
New Shoes
New Shoes
NeW ShoeS ill ^ancouver Milling& Grain Co., Ltd
In  buying Royal  Standard  Flour you will secure the ni'
nutritious and  healthful  bread Hour on the market.
Manufactured only by
all new ideas in
Footwear
New Westminster semi- us a story
that shows the old saying aboul tin-
course of .true love Is still true, A
woman cami all the way up from
'Frisco 10 marry a n. C. Mongolian
merchant, and when sii,. was waiting
for the preacher, a rude top came
along and arrested her, saying she waa
au undesirable, Sir- mittj noi havi
suited ih- fastidious taste of lhe po
liceinan, Imi musl hav- looked flesh
ibi,. to the chink. -Calgarj Herald,
G. T. P. Western Extensions.
Ottawa, February 14- The Grand
Trunk Pacific Branch Lines companj
is  applying to Parliament   for power
build  lines from
'-c^ndons KV 0l11' store is pile(1 ceilin�� high with thousands of dol-
"'" ��2 lars worth of New Spring Goods.   We are showing
I
| Modern
W No store in the country can surpass us in the variety
M of Stylish and Good-Wearing Shoes.
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I'l'inliina Crossinj.
to the headwater, of the Link- Pern-
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OUR WINDOWS ARE FULL OF
SOME OF OUR LEADING LINES.
THE PRICES ARE MARKED PLAIN-
LY ON THEM ALL. NOTE HOW
LOW THEY  ARE.
Vancouver, B. C.
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? u
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good j|
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME!
The Jeweler
VV. C. CHAMBER LIN
COLUMBIA   STR-LT,    NEW  WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton Watch  Movement!.     .1
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.114,400,000.0"
111,000,000,00
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i Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,
New  York, Chicago aud  SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.
eral Banking Business Transacts. , ,j( 1
;    utter* of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondents In all i'art- ��
World. jj
j ai.vlr.gi Bank  Department.     Deposits received In sums ol $1 ��*<��� upW
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per anuum (present rate).
1 Total  Assets over $lfiS.000.000.O(*. ^
NW  WERTMINSTEH  BRANCH O   O   BRYWNER   u^'
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
miCHOICE BEEF
Pre =====
pRJ I Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
pgj! Best of Farmer's Pork
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AMDERSIIN      Col" MO
NnAy   FEBRUARY 15. 1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS,
PAGE FIVE
t_M
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The Cash Stores j
=
Special Purchase of
New Dress Tweeds
,00 and $1.25 All-Wool Tweeds for 65c.
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������   ������  ������*������#������-�����'
iCiTY News;,
��� ������ ������"���������:; ������-������-���������^������^��������-..*��' v�� ����� *��..:������*:;���-������-:���������������;���-��
Q,lei ll  ���       I. Methodlsl . hur_h Bp-
*01  u ��� ���'        ���' n,  hold a  valentine SO
��� day-school   i-niiiii   this
.  ulna
a .���  ieeu fortunate in securing  ai   an    enormous
ltl ,   brand new season's tweeds In all    the lateei
,. 50 and 52 inches wide and  la good value at
,,,., tble for women's and misses'    tailored    suits
,,. ���       a charming range of patterns to selecl from,
iiml * -���'��� values for, p.-r yard	
reduction, 10
colors. The
11.25 per yard.
���'in.I dressi
Regular $1.00
 65c
if the Amlcitia Whist
at the residence of
.  Agii.-s  street,  this
An Unique Offering, Indigo
Dye Prints at 10c Yard
Till.,
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-,i tl
pai
.���'it to   prov-   Interesting news to mothers      Think of il   60
Warranted  Faai  Indigo dye Prints al  10c pei  ) i   The rnosl
come in navy grounds with   white    dol    Btripe    and  floral
signs. There are also aboul   15 piece   of    I    .     - .  medium
\11 going for, per yard    1Uc
Tile   In. ,
11 club   Will   ui
Mrs,   T.   \.
! evening,
��ee the special two man event for
*|f'" ;l Idi ii ,-een Seattle and V.un-
couver ,n the Bowling tournament,
Front i treei alleys, **
Remenibi lournameni at the al-
'"���'' '''"i' ��� ���, Mond ,y and Tuesday All lai pin smashers will compete.     Hi I]    ti COI l   the  game.        **
.  T,! '   !<��� v ,.    _f   chri. tiiiu   Endeav
ore      o|   Kn i.x   Presb; ti rlan  church,
on,  v, ii  hold  a  valentine    o
al  in  the church lectun   room this
1 '���  ning, r.���:.;.. . ucing al   8 o'clock,
Knock the cover off _ box of "B.
li   orations and    wedding
pi cialty.  King up    Tidy,
the I'i '; ���*
.   ,,   -ling of the board!
of the Royal Columbian I
'   ��'il   te held  on   Wedni sday
|BUMP!^?Yr,?rsrf��
Worse commotion |��� prices at Lee's than iu Italy at Uie recent earth-
i quake.    Everything sold for cash at startlingly low*  prices-See  posters.
"<m'*  >"" rea"y " I -i dresser an.l stand.    We can give you   an Im-
men e selection from $9.50 up.
Don't you long for a decent rocker?    We can give you a strong, com-
forfai !e arm  roi olid oak, from  $2.50 each up.
iVake up and come with ihe crowd to
'   ���  annu u meeting of the Board of
-      e will   ,. |,, i,i on Thursday even-l
'US .', hicn   i lme  the  president, .1.
'    l unnlngham,  will    have  returned
in    eastern   visit   in conn< ction
'���'��� :'l' tin  confi rence at <lalgarj.
,:    llamona  >\a ��� lai ��� urrh Ing from
uprlvi i   yi   torday,    being  delayi d   by
li   was   snowing hard  a:   Chilli-
'i iring the morning, bui inclined j
to   rain lower    down.      Considerable!
new  Ice ua.r notlci ,1 In Ihe river, but.
Is not liken   o !    ���,   eing but soft.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
I LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster,|B.C.
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
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cC*O*C*0*C*O*0O*0*Ov_ ^^
Terms
Modem 9-room bouse on Third avenue, corner lot, in good repair; on city
car line. Price $2.-i0O. Terms jioo
cash, balance on monthly payments,
Interest 8 per c- at.      MOVE QUICK.
Vi   th.
v, ning
3500 Yards of Fine
Victoria Lawn at 9c
i. v,-,.,-  of tine Sheer Victoria  Lawn, 36 inches wide, suit-
i '.- ' dresses, walsl , etc., sent to us on consignment ai 33 per
cent, off regular price To concentrate local Interest and to demon-
strati our ability to sell at bottom prices we will sell this line out at
9c per yard, or 12 yards for $1.00
Fine Hemstitched Pillow
Cases at 40c per Pair
Thi , hould not be overlooked.     50 dozen beautiful-
��� h-tl Pillow Ca es, 10 nnd  12 inch-- wide,      superb quality
��� inch.-- long      Well worth 35c each.     Now going for
20c -a: -. or,  pair. 40c
An Extra Special on
72-lnch Sheeting
��� ��� .. ,i I     ' so   unbleached,   Canadian   Hochel, - a
no 'i   'sin--, full 72 Inch wide  On -nl- al 25c yd.
T. H.Smith
Headquarters for
1' " cigars an l try one.
a "Lit."
city   i (.nn il     meeting   this  O
ll  i     expected lhat Edward
It will make  -Merer, who   purchased   a  waterfront
1 1 ��� iivr.'lvnd: e   business '
ii i" . aiTivi on at Ladner by Mar-
parcel   of  land   on   Lulu   Island   from J
the city last  summer, will present a
i Dominion Trust Co.
plan concerning the Improvements he
, is making there.
shall   Smith  _��� Co., has    been  taken
over by Messrs. Lannlng, Fawcett and Dr.   Godin,   Dominion inspectoi   of
win.   have  organized  a   com- marine hospitals, will  be in the ctiy
>ital of today after a visit to Vancouver island
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
pany   Incorporated  with
I "000.
According to the latest issue of the
li.    C,   Gas*-, te,    Gowan    MacGowan,
points. Last Thursday, in company
with Captain Gaudin, of the marine
fisheries department,   he   visited   the
0-K5**K}*��0<K>*C*CO*C*C*0��*C*O^0
bursar  at   the   provincial  asylum, has  hospltal on the Indlan ^serve and it
been appointed a justice of the peace,
The appointment of   a local govern-
j ment agent to succeed the late C. C.
Fishi r  Is  noi   yet   gazetted.
ls understood that he will make certain recommendations to the government in regard to that institution.
For first-class cut flowers and   any
ind    of    Floral      work,      telephone
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old , k
| Sport"    cigars.      Tbe    old    reliable! Davles' Greenhouse, B208. **
��� rands. �����
The Ashcroft Journal announces the
A meeting of the Laymen's Evan- death, at the age of 73, of Thomas
gelistic union wlll take place on Wed- M-Dougall, at Clinton, on January 28.
nesday at St. Andrew'.- church, when Mr. McDougall came into British Cola number of Important addresses on mmbia forty-six years ago and made
the subject of evangelization will be -.veral trips into the Omlnica and
given. The movement is undenomlna- i vice river district. The deceased
tional, and Is being furthered by every tenth-man who leaves .a family of five
Protestant church in the city. . sons and one daughter, was a highlv
respected resident   of   Clinton  where
Don't  mi-.- the bowling tournament
��� a.   the   allej  .    Representative   teams
I from  all Sound  cities.    Competitions
he had   lived   for   the   past   fifteen
years.
ntinue Monday and Tuesday.
** I
w
omen's   Ready- to - Wear
Death   of   Mrs.  Wells.
'lhe  death  took  place on  Saturday
of Mrs.  Catherine Sarah  Wells,  fioiu
Bright'-.   Disease,   at  her residence  at
Sapperton.     Mrs.   Wells  had  been in
failing health tor some time, and her
end was not unexpected.    She was a
native of Ea>t  Williamsburg, Ontario,
Clear   Havana   cigars or    exclusive and had reached the age of 00.    The
merit���the  "Brillante,"  made   oy   the  family came to Westminster about 16
B. C. Cigaj* factory. "  or 17 years ago.    She is survived by
a  son  and four  daughters.  Norton F.
l', v.vii. who has bi n spending
In. the Okanagan on an
. trip In the Interests of th. ;
Sons ' Sco.land, returned home yes-
to y, having been ordered by hi^
medical adviser to abandon the work
for the time being owing to the con-
litioti  ol  hi- health.
��� ���
Order Your
������
Bran,
Shorts,       Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone .35.
186 Columbia   Street.
LTD.
O.   Drawer  100.
Un account of the accident to A.
Saul, during Saturday's football match,
he is laid up, and a slight operation
will be necessary. He will go into
St. Mary's hospital for that purpose.
Early in the second half he put out
his knee-cap. and that having been put
MacKay s  Bookstore
C ffice and Pocket Diaries
I  Iter Binding Cases and Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Wells, Mrs. R. Galbraith, of Belling-
ham, Mrs. Latiamme, of Winchester,
Ont., Mrs. Alex. Woods, of New Alberni, B. C. and Miss Mabel Wells, secretary to Mayor Keary.
The funeral will take place today
to the Oddf-llow*-' cemetery, from the
house,   Revs.   Dr.   Sipprell and   R.  M.
Phone 97
whCT a *���"* GROCERIES
Best Hams, per lb 18c    i    Three pa. kages Force for  10c
Ideal Soda Biscuit-', per tiii ....25c Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can ..10c
Huntley & Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 25c Milk (Canadian brand), two for 25c
Big Nave] Oranges, per doz 25c Corn and Peas, can  10c
Xo. 1 Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25 Tomatoes,  two  per    25c
Teas and coffees are a specialty with us; try a package of Rat.iwana
C.ylon tea at 35c or three iiounds for $1.00. Best Mocha and Java fresh
ground coffee, 40c per lb.; or we can give you the best value in the city for
25c per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS.
Dramatic   Recital  at   Sapperton.
Bookseller-
Stationers
News Dealers
������<*�����������������������������������������������+��++++�������+������+���������������������������������������.���
Electric Railway Service
interurban  Line.
1     v     i-.
tal
Vancouver   and way
Will   run   every hair
:""'i   o'.M)   a. m. Last
1 ' nt II p. m.
'���"' leaves Vancouver at
p.m.
���" in.
eav<   t'ae   depot   every
minutes   for  both  Sap
and city
Im...
limits ov.r the
City Line: Cars leave nan,
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, nnd forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Car- lea*."
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes ait"
the hour, commencing al 8:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
tween 8:80 a. m. and U. I1  "'
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back In place, the player returned to
��� ���    . i _ ' '      '   '
the came  and lunik sprained it again
ui.   -uuv.uii . Thompson  officiating.      The  pallbear-
" 8hor'  tlme later' | ers will be C. W. Gillande.s, Richard
Spend   Monday   and   Tuesday   withlAtkins,  James Cameron, George Ren-
the  pin  smashers at .he Bowling al-jnie. Alex. Garrett ami W. Ostrom.
ley,   Something doing all the time. **��| 	
|    e.  0,  s.  Scholofleld,   provincial  librarian, has  written a complete his-
,,, ,       tho lite and work of Simon     The dramatic recital given by Arthur
*.*���-., er   which i^ at present appearing  ���>   Brown   In St    Barnabas' hall last
-v., .   In Westward Ho, and it is uh- Wednesday wlll  be repeated in Prin-
,, |      k] that in the near future thi^ ceSa  iiaii, Sapperton, tomorrow even-
W|i| .,. published In book form.    The W^ commencing   at half   past eight
,.,,.,.,,t gimon Fraser Centenary exhibitI o'clock,     Mr. Brown will be assisted
It  possible to m cuiv many Dy mig. Thompson, pianist; Miaa Flor-
t|  pictures and manuscript hear-  ence  Mitchell,  of    Sapperton,  pianist,
this    Ubject. ! alll|   a.   a,   Williams, basso.      Twelve
 ��� '  Sapperton  girls wlll present  the  tab-
DIED. | 1,-aii. "Th-  Last  Hose of Summer." at
^^.^^^^ ���"the close of the recital, among those j
WELLS- On Saturday, February 13, at taking    part    being    Frances    Scott, |
I,,.,- residence, Sapperton, Mrs. Cath- Grace Walmsley, Edna and Violet Nel-
erine Sarah Wells, aged 66. 80n, Ethel Teskey, Florence McEwen,
Funeral al tho Oddfellows' cemeteryi jjvn Kirk. Annie Mitchell, Mabel Armstrong and others. An admission fee
of twenty-five cents will be charged to
all parts of the hall.
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at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
|��. O. Box  474.        Tel.  fi3.
Res. 42��
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
1V4 to 2'> h. p., 2 and 4 cycle. Best
value on the market. Engines kept in
stock at
.. \Vestminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
HERRING  SEASON   IS
COMING TO A CLOSE
Nanaimo, Feb. U.- The end of the
herring season is getting close at hand
and every endeavor is bfilpg made by
the packers to get their shipments
away. The C. P. R. steamship Glen-|
farg will leave Vancouver ln a few,
days and quite a portion of her cargo
will consist of Nanaimo herring. The
S.S. Princess Fna arrived here last
evening to make a general elenntip of
all the stocks on hand, nnd another
year's work In connection with the
local fishing Industry will be brought
to a close.
I
Have you ever thought of the hundred and one chances of losing your fine horses and other live stock by accident, fire or disease'.'
I represent a reliable Canadian company, which will Insure your
animals against death from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary inspection required and no red tape about applications.    Enquire for particulars.
If you have never lost an animal now is the time to Insure tor
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; the insurance company is better able to stand the loss than you.
If you have lost one or more animals then let me have your application now to protect you from future losses.
MORAL���Do not wait till the horse Is stolen before shutting
the  stable  door.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
I
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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PAGE SIX
the daily news.
MONDAY, PEBR.jARY 1s
fife  CANADIAN  i|fe
W,   PACIFIC   -W
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RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st tram for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
truin for all poiuts East at 3.20 p.m ;
train  for Agassi** \\{  ,..42 p.m.
Tickets sold io and from all points.
Reservations made for fust class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
F*or further particulars and reservu-
I'ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
Or to 0. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oenl. Pass.  Agt��� Vnnr..0UV.*,r.
The Edison Theatre! ORGANIZE COMPANY TO     I WRECKED NEAR HECTOR
DEVELOP TIMBER LIMITS     BT SWITCHMAN'S ERROR
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   Illustrated Songs,   Program changed' Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special  Matinee    for    Ladies    and j
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:.').
Michigan   Pacific   Lumber   Co. Floated
With Capital  of $1,500,000���Wil|
Sell Harrison Lake Timber
Accident in   Mountains  Through  Open
Switch���Fireman    Killed    and
Brake-nan   Injured.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mcinhess   .treets.
Grand  Rapids.,  Mich., Feb.  i L���Th<
I Michigan Pacific Lumber Co., with a
(capital of $1,500,000,   was    organized
h.-ie yesterday, the  milk of the stock
being  held   by  "Michigan  and  Seattle
men.   The company undertaWes to 1< &
I manufacture and market 2,557,000,000
feel of  pine,  spruce,  cedar and  hemlock, In a district located near Harrison, 30 miles east of Vancouver, n. c.
The traffic on the Pacific division of
iht- Canadian Pacific has been disorganized the last two days ou account
of the accident at Hector on Friday
night, and the snowslldes which have
followed after the few days of settled
Weather,
No, 96, which Id; Vancouver on
Thursday  afternoon,   ran  into an 'a��V
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
L.
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., P��ot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Regulations.
A_y available Do,,,!,,,, . .
, In the railway ben laU'!'. ��i'U-
; bla, may be hu,.^s, 'llUsb Col%'
; who is mc ,,���;;,,:;; j'2**
|��f^overl8year3;a^
��� rtlejH- of one-quarte, ectij *
ittcres, more or lesa. "' '*���
1    Kntry musl "e ���     wnoaabj
.the local land office tor the :,,';v
("The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul   to   Which the land is Bituate.
Synopsis ot Canadla
UT
the Milwaukee,,
���in I
Granite ware
Just arrived Full and complete stock Craniteware, in all the vc
newest designs, and at the low esl possible prices. Call in and I
sped our slock:  no trouble to -how same.
n-
A large mill with modern machinery I Blue on  the  rear    end  of a  Jrelght
will be used. r<       w"hlch had been run  Into a, aiding al
i Hector, near Field, through a switch
being open.     There were several push-
Hindu* Bnhj Suit. ;*'r engines waiting to t.ake ihe trans-
Vancouver,     Feb.     14.���Dr.    A.  S, I
.Miiiiiro, Immigration medical Inspector an(
...t this pert, is being sued by Hindus
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
for alleged Illegal detention a year ago.
The Hindus came !l'"m Suva and were
detained on the Btrength of an order-
iti-conncil prohibiting aliens from
landing bere unless coming from their
native land. The oider-in-council Wil*
found io be irregular and a second had
to be subsequently  en-Clod.   Messrs
j Macdonell .V.- Farrts ;u
I MunrO,
continental np the grade at this point,
coming down a four-per-cent.
grade the heavy train violently collided with the stationary locomotives,
George Burchlll, a fireman, \v,as killed,
but EJngineer McRae escaped. The
baggage car was badly damaged, and
the brakesman sustained serious Injuries,
1;. consequence of the accident, the
passenger  train    was    delayed  Bight
icting for n,-. i'^'irs.
Heav
Entrv i,
Chicago, "Short   Line."   Omaha    to  proxy may, howevei.   nMtvl'
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited" tain condiUona by tbe father J
Kansas City to Chicago. i 8on, daughter, brother ,,r sl.k.   , ''
| intending homesteader
No  trains in  the service on    any     The homesteader is
railroad  In  the  world that  equal  in] form the conditio
equipment   thai   of  the   Chicago. Mil-, -witb    under
waukee _   St.  Paul  Railway.     Tln-y: pian8:
own nnd operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patmns an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere
II. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor,  Vldei   Portland, Or,
requrea io J
ions connected ���,,.�� I
0Dt'   "' ��m   loimJ
snowslii
reported   in
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THF MALLEABLE
L LIL rlADE IN .SOUTH BEND
GE
HARDMAN & CO.
��������� Sole Agents ���
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Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster J
A.   HARDMAN. A.  JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN.
To   Prevent   Mine   Disasters.
St.   Petersburg,    Feb.   14.���A   report
as been    presented    to the Russian
XI Meteorological    Congress,   in   session
J'her,', on  the  use of seismographs to
��� prevent   mln      disasters,      These are
��� i
��� l usii
the mountain districts, and as far west
as Agasslz. At Rogers Pas j over 30
feel of snow is reported, while at
Ninth Bend the fall Is exceptionally
heavy. All trains are running late,
yesterday's incoming passenger being
five hours behind time,
You Will Make
a big mistake if yon do noi c_hi_ to
our store �� hen you want furniture for
nn�� room In your house Whether II be
led for several days i.vIci-iazy negro amuck:
IS  SHOT AND   KILLED,
- .-..     n/a. n l_ IVIfAI-a. rt.    JAMVICO. .    I\1 CO L VJU A IN . A
w 4,. vising from the-
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
precei
a  slight   movement  of the strata,  by
which explosli e    ga   are    rel. ased. I
or which Indicate coming earthslldes. | Melnphls, Tenn., Peb. 14, -Running
The installation of seismographs I amuck and throwing the fashionable
would givi
tmple warning of disaster-, n, ighbors ftiboul    Poplar    a\*emie and
two causes. Dunl-p  ��� vv   Into a panic  today,  a
 ^^ crazy    negro    wi-.  finall>     -hot   mi 1
killed. Winn, n wen compelled to run
Penal Servitude for Schoolboys. down ill- streets, line- men were
St.     Petersburg,     Feb.    14.���Two knocked down, and one was cui by the
(1) At least six mourns' tesuew|
upon and cultivation ot the lam
each y'3ar for thre
(2) It the father (or mother ��| 1
father ls deceased),   0f   the  im\
steader resides upon a turm ;s ,'
vicinity of the land entered for, J
reqwiremenls as to      lilence mi;, J
llatUfied by such person residing  -\
I lhe father or mother.
1    (3)    if the -etiler has hla;
j ent residence upon ' .: ,n
Jf.-d by him in the vi. i.i'y 0! bis homi
(stead, the requirements   as -.0,
; deuce may be Batisfii 1
I ujion the said land.
Six months' notice  -���-.
be given to the Con . <\in.l
Inlon Lands at Otl   .      '        ,   |
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal niin 1
leased for a period ol - ��� : rl
at an  annual rental ol :   ;-r ,*..|
Not   more   itmn 25G0 I
,    ed to one Indivi .p-nl
\ royalty at the rati
ton shall be colli
New and Second-Hand Store    wnttblg coal mined
w. w
Big
or little
II littll
Nn matter If you have onl\
Money
you ear. make ,   go fai ihei 11 you com.. 1
hi ;,. than  ii'   j ou   go   anj��here eh ���
Whatever you  want in any line com
he - Mr-si
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
ADVERTISE.   IN  THE   NEWS
schoolboys  have    1 11    sentenced to  negro, who. with a knife ln on- hand
'lour  years'  penal  servitude and  one and a Bibb- in the other, attacked all
to exile for belonging to a Social Dem-  whom he met,     The negro was Henry1
ocratlc Schoolboys' Association al Ml-,Tate,    and is believed    to have gone
tan, Hnssi', craz*j  on the subject Of religion.
When you want any kind .,f repair
Ing   don-,   such   a     guns,   umbrellas,
typewriters or any li_ht automatic ma-
I chinery, go to
Deputy of the M ���:'-"���     ' ��hi I*.:��*l
Alex. Speck
Columbia
the Wheel.'
THE HOME
Is   the   Paper  Th
the     H'
The     Daily
10c    ���    W
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The
Roast Beef of Old England"
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold by
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd
has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors I
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. tCH��^
FEBRUARY 15. 1309.
IBB D Alt ST NEWS.
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The Daily News
PRECOCIOUS  JOHN   DAVY.
Childhood   Incident   of   the   Author   cl
T'I P Bay of Biscay."
An ! :���-* nnecdote nf the youth
of John  ��� ��� ��� -imposed Uie fa
mous - ,a - -,,, j;,_ nf Biscay," shows
k��w '���' I precocious was this
"MUlclan'a ��� tude for the art be ultl-
���Mtely .   with  artistic  if  not
fln:in' ss,  John Davy wasbor.
near Exeter In 1705, At the ape of si.
he evli |on for music, ivhict
he sow'.' every means of gratifying;.
He was In want of :i musical instru
menl ,:,,,,*  to provide him
self with ��� of however rough a nature, s. :r.,,n n neighboring smithy
he purloined twenty to thirty horse
shoes.   From these he selected nu many
TRAIN ROBBERS        j
LOOT MAIL CAR
Mail Service
Following are the hours .-? despatch
SgasasasasaStgVgVgJgVgVgVgVgVgVgVgt^LSMLS-S-S-S-S-S-S-S-S-S-S^      ^^^H
anil arrival of mails at the New West
minster post office, the ho.ir given 111
Bandits -Make a Iiich Haul each case being thi  .���.  .., .    ���,���.
the Ri.. Grande Near which is hal�� a!1 uour- tts * rule-b*
on  tne
Denver,
Denver,   I'v    11     iiv      .      _oldup
of iln. Denver & Rio G nn.,- passengei
train   11. ur    Denver    earlj   yesterdaj
ulng -am-  ��� lie  woi k 0     Lhrei   In
as formed a complete octave aud, hav.  8lead oi two i*obb. rs, ,111,1 that the rob-
bag suspended them in an upper room,  bery of ihe mall cai gavi   them a loot
amuse i   Himself   by   Imitating   upon   of  possibly   $35,000,  are  indlnated  by
ihe  Investigation of  the  railroad ami
them t!v chimes of tbe neighboring
church <,f .'r-diton.
By these an.l other means he obtained a knowledge of music which sot ie
thirty y.ars | iter enabled lilm to pro-
dnee many dramatic pieces and Buch
song- as "Just Like Love." "Tbe Death
of the Sn - ' and "The Bay of
Blsc r." onl* the last of which has remained popular.
Af'- ; twe ity years' work in London
Davy      - .    . St. Martin's lane in 1824
polic
of  'l"^__^_^__^_^__^_^_^_^^
Eighteen , istered mail |       ^L���
8:30 a 111
officials ;,"In>       So f.r. 11,1 tan-
clew    0    lie  1,1. ntitj   ..r w hi 1 ���
,', n found
. . ,. actual despatch. All mail.-,,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch.
ed and received dall, excepi Sunda*
1 lie only niiiils dispatched and received Sunday are th. C. P it south
and C. P. Ft. easi mails, not Including
ihe waj v.,.'..- Sapperton, Fraser
.Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails  Despatched.
  .1 ni.  i< i".-: ,1 ai  1,, v.-u o'. lo k
ilie   previous   uight)    Vancouver    via.
ti   N. K   ' Owl     Victoi ,.i  , \,, pi  v\ ,.,i
.   v ��� :
'    111 Sal t 1 ft dd n
���  , 1 vi.  Colo
\\ lii... \\ rig 1 ��� v.  and   1 ii
.'   i'   Ki c
included liveI    "-'"-1-"*     Vancouvei
v, iv.   Tea        Sun :i  *'���
' _.    l'-VI
on
from I'i..-
He was buried In St. Martin's church,   ora 0 1
yard.���London Chronicle.
SLEEP AND NERVE REST
i'.
-    Nc. '-.v-.il v     lii.il    In    tlv.-l-li.ol.c.l
Uu-  Modern Strenuous 1 if.-.
In   i when   ei. I   I vrs
��ipei> were nominally regarded as a*.   <"! '-��� of money
1..
Colo :
Sti , .
ll-'UW       ,111.1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� :    otln      1 loloi ado  tow ns
i.,., e ��� have,
but j
between   New  w -   tmin itei   e       Hunl
n, B.C., l ������''.'.    outh.
in
i- a i and -. i.
,      .  ,,,    , en  M< >.   W 1 -inun
from I.- idville io
, ,,. .  ster 1 n 1 Id line  via G   N. R,
from   GI. nwood
.. 1. one I om Col
to i 1,n\er;    one I
lo Sleamboai  Sprii
1   Wittfleld,   Wash.,   to
othei
ihe ex-
robber.
inissii        u    iges  Is  possibl
aci   amouni   secured   by   th
eanno;       ascertained       H	
The roi ierj was remarkable for Its
originality and daring. ll tool; 1 lai ���
u Ithin - ight miles of Denver, within
less than two miles of Fori Logan, the|
S'aies military reservation,
md a -, 01 where habitations are
Yet  so  thorough  was  the
hour too long for any self respect.au   untl irough   checking up of  the
Individual the exhausting character ot
modern'life was unknown.   There wai
less wealth and more contentment; lew
competition and more security; fewej
distractions,     but     more     ���.implicit*!
Work   was   easier,   slower   and   ears
anxlety, apprehension   in a word, wor
ry���did not i 1. like the worm I' th'
bud, upon the hours exempt from to*.   ^ ���  s (   ,
We are remorseless In overtaxing th��
delicate mechanism of our minds ami ,
nerves.   The Lest walker, in lostanci   plentiful
does not propose to himself to go reg**   work of the robbers, and so well were
larly sixty miles a day or to subject   their  plans   laid,  thai   they   had  full)
the sam,. set of muscles In any oth*.   .,��� hour .,,���, _ ,,.,������ star, (1, ,h), offic,,
form  of  physical  exercise  t.���  inter..*      ....     ,,-.,,
, ...       , , ,.,,., lb.- liaiidii-  took    the  two engine
and  unremitting  labor.    But  that   t
what we do wiih i' e Immediate agent
of our minds   the brain machine,   W*
canuot watch its operutio-s.   We oftes
assume that its movements are as ligti*
an.l endless as the ripples of the unl
versal air.    We know and nevertheless1
��/B forget t>hnt the brain Is a substantia'
apparatus 11s liable to deprsciatlon v
the fixed plr.nl in 11 workshop.    Now
nothing is more certain than this   fin.
tho potential capacity of the bumai   Rn(j on
brain has not Increased, if at all,
anything like the proportion of the Im
mensely aggravated demand upon it
The modern man Is subject to *-
much mental and moral wear .'fid ; ���.'���
In a day ns bis ancestors in .1 1 verj
remote generation experienced in .<
week. Yet in respect of sleep ve hav��
hardly changed traditional bablt. w.
keep Intw and still later hours. W,
catch our trains In the morning -��������
usual There Is uo doubt whatever th- '
we burn t',ie candle at both ends wltS
unprecedented disregard of ilie laws o.
psychological ecoi'o.my, and that th*
amount of rest we n11<j>\v for nerve and
brain is nc longer adequate.���Londo*
Telegraph.
in. n from 1I1- cab, and standing about
iln' " live fi el i:'um .he I. comotlve,
one of iliein in-, d thri - times at the
headlight, hitting it twice, but not extinguishing it. They then lii, ,1 n
I number oi hots alongside the coaches
to intimidate the passengers an.l train
I   ��^^^
so ii-
, iductor appeared <m the
what    tho matter was,
him
He
of the bandit, fired al
three times before he could escape
was nol  hit.
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
A  Font Train.
On the Riviera line near YentlinigUi*.
Italy, tbe train, after ambliug gentlj \
along, stopped suddenly. An i���ipatj>nl
passenger put his head out and asked
crustily, "Is this Bordlgbera?" No answer. "Guard, Is this Bordlghera?" hi
shouted ngnln. A voice came from thi'.
fore part of the train. "No. monsieur,
It Is not Bordlghera���It is .1 cow."
When the cow had been removed frotr
the line the train ambled on _gali#
Two minutes later it once more rarr.��
to a dead stop. "Another cow, I suppose?" shouted the testy passengei
wltberingly. "No, monsieur, It Is not,'
laid the guard placidly. "It Is th
name cow."
\ V I  l!ll.
li    Royal City  Mill
7   Carnarvon and Tenth.
Roy a] Avenue and Eighth.
'a    Fifth AVi line and Twelfth.
12   Si.  Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second  and   1'aru   Bow.
11    Columbia and Dufferln.
15���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital.
.1!���Qui en's   Avenue and  Sixth.
_l���Third Avenue and Second.
L'a���Fifth Avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth,
li"���Third  Avenue and  Tenth
32���Agn��s and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36    C.   P.  R.  Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mills.
1 SenH)n Approval t (
A   Co_tl7   lla.k.
There Is a famous old desk in ths
British war ofllce in London. It Is 1
4esk to which old hands point with
emotion. That desk cost tbe nation
v_5,00O,O0m. In It Is n pigeonhole wltb
1 story. It was Into that plgeonholf
that the dispatch of King Theodore 01
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotteu
nfter we had been to war tbe dO-D
tuent was found in the desk, and w��
ill !en-nel that them might to havi
>iee*a no war.���London Sketch.
_____   - ft.  '
1    MTAI*
Laughlin * ���
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
i -5
Tll��-     -tlk.K.
"I hear your firm discharged you.**
"Tes,  bnt I wouldn't  mind  that a��
nuch   if  they  hadn't  added   insult  te :
injury-"
"fiA-m'r
"They   ai.vertls��_  for a   boy   to  fit ,
ouy place."
Sheridan felt In tote with Miss Lin. |
icy and told the story of "Tbe Rlvmta.* I
which Li ��� tro�� scconnt of hi* eouH '
���hip. I
RED GEM J|�� ���
-Mr "i
EV>a Ink Pencil **?    ^
Your Choice of
$1,00 1
Note cio\ rdale an I distrii (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Klgln.AUu
via   and   1- i'..  ..        Hazel-
mere, Pori Kells, H il P a rle an |
NIcomekl d. sp iti hi.: ..,,:., , _ci pi on
I Sunday; Clayton, Mondtiay, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
��� md B. r Yccord, Wednesday and Sal
urda;      T u  ���   mails  are  all  ree :\,.,i
S 111,,' .. .1       '���-.,',,,
11:00 a in Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra] Park, via B C El 1 Ic rail
way
12    "      ni     Sti-1. ������ cry   Hill.     Tim
.     "i   ami  Sot th   Westmlnsti 1-   by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1 30 p.m.    Ki-1 Burnaby, by courier
2:00   p.m.    Burquitlam,   by   courier.
2:00 p.m.--Lndn, r, Fort t'uirlion.
Wesi!,.iv Island and Snnimry. dally
��� *,,'��� p Sand tj : Woodw n'd, Tue day.
Thursday and Saturday, via "���' C
Bruce" (Steveston mall despatched
and  1 ��� ceived  1 la  Vancouver.)
:' 10 ��� 111 Vancouver and ri;..",
Siding, via G. N. it. north,
1:00  Vancouver and  Burnabj   lake,
via   11. ('.   Electric  railway.     S iturda)
.111 exti 1  mail  is dei pat. b   i  to   Vi.
toria via Vancouver at this ,10111-
Blajne and Seattle, Including all _
Sj| points 'ist and outh via .', N. K.
**Flyer."
2:30 ; in���-C. I'. U east, Sapp. 1 on
I'iii ii . Mills ami Coquitlam,
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.in.��� Ulalne ana Seattle, Including _1! U. S. points, via ti. N. U.
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier vT*_*?srtay ami Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Klee-
trie railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:i0 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle In-
eluding all U. S. points; also all points
1:30 p.m.���Fast Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a 111.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. It.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer Favourite. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
12:30 to 1 p.ni.-C. P. B. east,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���-Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Ann.
7:00 p.m���Sumns Bill ���Shh'i v '"���-
eluding all U. 6. poluN itxttl po!atj b��-
tween Huntingdon and New We-tmia-
iter, via C. P. R  smith; also Fra����r
Mills.
Thin
Two
Popular
Articles
' lor only
Biltni
Posl
paiiJ
lo any
address
Illustrations aro Exact Slz*
BvC. V pen Kliniiiiilr
full It Ki. b-lidGolil-
d
The Happy Family.
Mrs. Bcrapplngton dn the midst of
her reading)���Here is an Item which
says that full grown rhinoceroses cost
$12,000 apiece. Mr Bcrapplngton
(meanly)-Eh-yah! And Isn't It a pity
that women can't wear them on their
hats?-SmartBet.
His 8mll--
Old Hunks (sitting for his photograph) What are you asking m�� t#
look pleasant for? Blame It, ain't |
smiling? riiotograpber-Ye., slrithafsi
why I am asking you to try to look
1 -���.aasant.-Cblcago Tribune. I
^^^^^^^^^^^ -cm
on Htjl't hand may be bad
in either our itandard
I.lack Opaque pattern,
n,-u breakibis Tninspai.i
en., na iU-,in.l, tither in]
plain or nitfravcM  finis]
a? pte.errcu.
Vp.l niaa iry.1,1. prn a weak, I
If no - not (it.���11 a. ,-|., ��� .*, ,1,. ,,
ft ia-iwr  aril. In tl,.,, y,���. cn n<
r,,re ...r tiihki ti.ii tiii* .rinall
la,,, in   any otli.r uialtn. I. i,���l|
.ntfrply i.tiifftrtuty In .vary ro-
e -   1    ��� '    .�� II ftl.,1 ���- ��il! ..ml I
you ll.ll) tor It. '
Cnos iirr li o.ir la,���- ,. ftnd J
Popular R.r, Qsl  InV  ra.icil,
r���m|.l,-t" laftli l,r,,���f triiimiih. may I
I \>.  , - . ��� .1   in   any   |<oilti���ii   in I
yn. I., t or flhopr.lt>* !*.-. writ.) at I
any   ftrnda nt first touch,    rial! ���
nnm    i.prlniil   f.rI,   Irlili.un
!  point. 1 ,ll��h��dvulcar,l/ed mliltar
I cm..  t,,rft cottll   :',.-.!,.     Kat.ll
���vcryv.lr.ro   for  I'.'1.(1.       A.. nt.
',:.:.,������      Writ* f���r terma.   Write
no..-     1...I y,.,i f..,..,       ���IJrc.fl
f�� Laughlin Mfg. Co.#j
'25    Ma'istlo Bltlg.,
Dltrotl, Mink
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK   I'III-:  TICKET  ACKN'T
TO SEND YOI'  U\'KU
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight  Trains  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN LTD.
Embodies the newest and besl ideas
for COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. Tt Is lighted with both
electricity and gas the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standitrd ill section sleepers, luxurious (liuin^; car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking ears.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders,  or  any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wauh.
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1 ___
the daily news.
MONDAY, FEBR
uary ,<
���������������������������������<
BEHOLD! IF
BOWLING
Such a reduction in   prices
for first-class groceries was
never before given to the cit-
lzens of New Westminster, t _
The prices given below are ���
exceptional   ones,   and  the %
goods-for quality -are un- t
surpassed.   Give us a trial. ���
These prices are strictly cash |
prices.
���
���
You want a preparation for your
oil cloth use Liquid Granite "B."
For new floors use Liquid Granite  "A."
Arrangements are completed for tha
j bowling tournament which opens today at the alleys, and al] visitors will
i be welcome. The neighboring cities
1 will be represented by their best in. m
j Concluding the tournament: will be
��� l banquet  tomorrow  night at  the Rus-I
A | SI H   Hotel.
Or the latest and most up-to-
date finish use Johnson's Wood
Dye.
For a  good  varnish  use  Elastil-
ite.
'<���<*.
We  have just received another car-
Infill of Raymond Hour.
���
i
v
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w
For a good hard wood finish use
Luxeberry.
For polishing all  woodwork  use
.ohv��on's Pi-epared Wax.
This flour Is ���
equal to any other Hour on the market
today und we guarantee it at $1.6. p6.l_.
Straight <|
trade Hungarian Hour    $1.25   a sack.
The ganAfes arranged  so tar are as
follows:     This   evening,     Seattle   vs.]
Vancouver Stars;   Vancouver Fashion]
Plates vs. Westminster, Tuesday afternoon, Belllngham vs. "Ad Spares."   ,\
special two man team eveni  for $100
a side between Seattle and Vancouver
will  also   probably   be   run   off    this'
evening.
The two men and Individual events
wlll be run off as often as possible
between the principal events. Things
will have to be kept moving all the
time in order to finish in lime for the'
banquet.
uack and $6.25 per bane].
I Anderson & i
Lusby
WESTERN  CANADA.
This Hour is in great demand for
bread or pastry.
The best B, C. granulated sugar
6.75,
Twenty pound -sacks B. C. sugar.
$1.15 per sack.
Tea in three pound pure C ylon native* wood  boxes  for $1.00,
Empire Ceylon tea. 25c per lb.
Victoria Cross tea  inc per lb.
Coffee of the very finest Mocha and
.lava ground or unground, 2oc per lb. j
Two quart bottle ol the very ftm-st
pickles onlv 25c per bottle.
i
Three bottles of pickles  for 50c.
Malta Cero 5c a package, or eight
packages for 25c.
Five lins salmon Cor 25a
Sardines   10c   per   tin.
Finnan lliukli-  10c per lb.
i'urn per tin 10c.
Peas  per tin  10c.
Three iins of pork and beans for
23c.
Two 1Y tin marmalade 25c per tin.
Eight bars of    the    tin. sl    laundry
.-.nip for 25c.
Eight  bars of toilet  soap  Cor 25c
Three packaj ��� . of pouli ��� ,* food for
25c.
Three packages of latmdi.- sl u i .
for 25c.
Thre- packages of corn starch for
25c
Two large tins of St. Ch irles evapor
at. <l cream 2Sci
Two lbs. of very nice lemon biscuits
for 25c.
Three lbs, mojlasses -u.      for 25c.
Baking powder, White 8tar, W)c
Bin.. Ribbon ami Maple Leaf, 20c
per tin.
Columbia Street
#|Td  Be  Given Greater  Publicity  in  Eu-
4 rope  By  C. P.   R.
* "loutreal.   Fell.   Jl.--.ui   important
��� .departure that is bound materially to
affect  immigration  into Canada,  andl
<��
��� 4
������������������������������������������������������������������������� hery greatly to encoura     the Invest-.'
 ��� I menl of British capital In the Domin-'
Ion, has just been organized In Ql.&t
l/iritain,   according   to  .1    s.   Dennis,'
a sistianl   to   Mr.  Whyie.
I] lesident nt the C, P. R,
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
We make a
steamed and k
specialty
In dried.
of
E.
Ird
v V
fie   doors,
W. E. Walsh
Factory:  End
Phone 413.
w.
of Th
Nev
Walsh, jr.
Avenue,
t/estminster.
Du-ct INow
Order a Piano
at once.
aoiid  vice-
Mi. Dennis
, said this morning that liis trip to the
old country was made with the special
object  oi'  looking Into   conditions  regarding immigration to Western Can-
J ada.      He found  thai   both   in Gr^al
i Britain and on the continent Vnis mat-|
[ter is  attracting a   v<*nf,  .\vs{\ 0r  at>j
I tendon, and that ','n- loni eampaiga of
] publicity trial has  v -n carried on  by
, ih.   Dominion gov*ti4.i*iieni and thi  C
P.  1!.,  combined with  thi   reports of
good Cl*opS     ii Westei n    Canada  lasi
year   wak bearing  fruit, and thai  the
prospects of a large movement of settlers of a   good  class this  year  were
very bright.    Realizing ibi-. Mr. Dennis pointed oui thai the C, P. R   had
decided to extend their organization In
Great  Britain and on the continent by
establishing    in    London    a    general
agency  through which all Information
relating to Western    Canada   will bo
handled.
I
FEDERAL   PROTECTION   FOR
NURSERY   STOCK   PLANNED
Two heads are bettei than one.
Both oi' you come and choose the
piano. (��nr slock of piano-, is Large
and varied, Including many makes, including upright and player, Every Instrument Is warranted, and has a full,
  a      ',', Dli   il
favoni dy   a, i
committee on
Washington,   Feb.    1 I      \    nu a.-nr,.
', important  to tl li    rs of lb,- coun
j tn   a.   v, ell  us nni erj men,  has  been
i-d   upon   by   the   house
agi Iculture.     Representative  Scott,  of  Kansas,  chairman of
the committei    i- author of the bill,
i    II   provides  for'governmenl  inspec
; Hon of nursery stock at ports of en
try io be designated  by the secretary
of agriculture     An    appropriation of
I
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS' BLOCK.
6EO. ADAMS,   Prop.
, iti"."nni is carried by the bill, which
-w..-,'t   tone,   perfect   mechanism,   ex-    , ,
.... ,,.,..        .-      -'I"" authorizes  tin*  secretary of agri
quislt.  tOUCh    -a!   looks lu   for    tne!
drawing room of a Queen.
E3.-��}   terms,    Low prices,
J. H, Todd's Bip Music tee
COLUMBIA STREET.
culture to main;.iin a quarantine
againsl the importation or transportation in Interstate  commerce  of  di- ,(
leased nursery stool, 6r stock inf.-'ted
I with Injurious Insects
1 House of Quality
Suits
STILL SELLING  AT
20
PER
CENT
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
AGED   COUPLE   AT   EVERETT
Hid   BV   C'-PID*S, DART
Everett, Ftib. I ' - Cupl*) transtfc 0*9 .
an unusual utjibuui oi hus/ness over
the marriage liuense counter ot the
auditor's offic yesterday, and Included
In the large tiamber Issued was one to
ja couple w'.i,,.-,. combined age reaches
146 years- Jchn Williamson, of Snohomish, '.i_.nl 12, and Judith A, .'������ i rgi .
of Park  Wane, aged " ���
Horsrt-   Have  Ptomaine   Poisoning.
North Yakima, Feb 14. Ptomaine
poisoning im i broken oui among hors
es od the reservation. Several horses
have died and a number of others are
sick, in .1 N Sliepiini. veterinarian,
says thai lhe feeding of decayed fruit
and vi ���-���-'aide matter is responsible,
I-',, fling rotten stuff to stock does noi
pay, he says, since the Illness or
death I- iiltnnt costs more than whole-
:-1>111-  food in the first place,
���
Below
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
272 Columbia Street.
See Window Display Today.
.
t
���
This Means Money j
...to You...
We can now offer you buys in New Westminster,
Vancouver, Chilliwack and suburban acreage that
are sure and quick money-makers.
THINGS   ARE   HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
QUICKLY.
.4
II bibb F.J. Hart & Co. Ltd. mm
* New Westminster, B. C,
��������������������� ������������*���������������������������������������. ������������������������������������������������������������^���������������*
Some Early Arrivals in
Dress Good
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*����������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������^
Special lines of extra value are now on display in the
Dress Goods section. We mention here a few fabrics
which are proving' most popular. Ask to sec them
at 45c per yard. Navy and Cardinal All-Wool
Serge, 40 inches wide, good weight and fast colors,
Suiting Panama 90c per Yard
Panamas of every description hold first place among
the Spring fabrics. Lines now showing are of me-
clium weight, line hard lustrous finish, all wrool. Cinnamon Brown, Golden Brown, light and dark Navy,
dark Cardinal, Black and Cream, 46 inches wide.   Per
yard, 90c.
50'Inch Panama 95c per Yard.
Brown and Navy only in this special line. It is of medium weight and durable finish, being closely and
firmly woven.    A most desirable fabric for Jumper
Suits and new style Skirts.
Black Chiffon Taffetas $1.00 per Yard,
A silk that does not cut, is exceptionally soft and
bright in finish. When we mention the fact that this
line is of "Boimett's" well-known make you may rest
assured that it is of superior quality, especially adaptable for Waists and Trimmings,
A Splendid New Showing
of Household Draperies
New colored Madras Muslins in 50 and 54-inch widths,
davk colors, showing up to great advantage the new
Cathedral designs. Per yard, 50c to $1.10
Cream and white Madras Muslins in all widths, from
24 to 60 inches, small and large designs, with or without frilled edge, A large range to choo.se from.
All prices, 20c to  75c per yard.
Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots now in stock.
Widths range from 27 to 50 inches.    Per yard. 1 Oc
to 30c.
Cream and White Scrims, in fancy stripes, per yard,
1 Oc to 30c.
*BS!__________________-^S__________________________^^
A*Large Selection of Fancy
and Plain Net Door Panels
Arab and White Net, with patterns worked out in <'e'
signs suitable for long or short glass doors, also frills
Swiss^net panels with rings all ready for hanging.
Ask to see the new range.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE .STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
>.���*��***

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