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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"w WESTMINSTER, B. 6.
Hail
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
STMINSTER, B, C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Si Of ITALIAN     PLANS 0F ^mm M�� JREASURE SEEKER
J"1"*"  __.-..!    SHOW COMPANY'S DESIGN
AI PENITENTIARY
Blue Prints of Structure ot  Vancouver
SAILS EOR SOUTH SEAS
onvK'-.   Despondent From,    Power comp,ny Depose at     Well-Known   Seafarer  De-
ckness, Hangs Himself the c"> h.��. |   dares He Knows Location
Of Loot Worth $9,000,000.
WINNIPEG MIRY HERDS    I0UVER COMMENTS ON
SUFFER FTOM TUBEBCULOSIS|       ^pj piypmru
Sic
-Victim of Delusions.
Blue print, ol thi   ... :,, for ihe pro
v
L |
,,:  suicide occurred
11   C.   penitentiary.
It Robert  Bene-  ,,..
hen an I V"1'1 uam . 1 Ue ci-oss b. i lion ai
Hn. ;i two year term, hanged
|::i.
: belt from u wati r
li.
posed Coquitlam dai_ have been received at the cit) ball Thej show
sections,  and   contour* of   ihe   work
pl   SllllWs   I
work -l.o feet long ai   he base
feel crest, with a two ..ua one-half to
��t as dead when ���....   si,.,���. .,,, ,,,
om   mope cm i.,. ,,, | lwo tu
|one l,u llj'' >-������   wa . lu addition to
the sul stantial ���, li  _u  [am, each
side will  ii- fai ed .       .,,. .     and
rock t.i give It ad n ngth     Tne
Wjl I plan Bhows a   .. inicture,
almoriii.ii,..   broad   in .,      base.    A
 spillwaj  :.-, slum.. ,,-. .    v    |,JL..
Prisoner an Invalid. A   lotter has   i'" ''   :"';>"1   '���'<���<  the .
r6 Dr   W   D. Wolf I li- C' K R' lntimalin^ "��� George E.j0* *���� ��������
���  ised  had    been
In 1 1    durin;:
the
Co    u������;���    Dr.  lv   .1. '
( ;j ing composed of
N .-    \ wington, J.
Sari-em i . ingle .unl    W
S :i '���������->- o i eb. 2.���capt. James
Brown who was ., mem er ol a party
,:' thi   famous  Cocos
M;""' '" ' - In is,,,., sailed again
'"'' "'" s"'-'!' seas today io recover
''"' ���>H,il- ' ' Spanish fre< hooters
talcon from ������ - bj Capt Smith, of
"'" schl "'" '  I- -.v. Watch, which sail-
:        '     Sa '        ���'' In   l.ao.    Ever
'���'".'   ,lm<  tiiiii   venturesome treasure
"   ' ;          ������������ In th,   rich loot, but
���'���' 'll:'' bas ��� ���       .,; e een).' oi meir
���' ' "   ilil        ��� ���        ntlesa   romances
for i ei
..    ai ii stretch
suiting Englm ei   I. D   -', huyler in tin
preparation  ol tin   u   plans,    ba>
According to nervi. w  given bj
'':|i"' Brown    v       :      alii d the rea-
""" '- '  'he failui      .     the fact    that
lespondenl   but  now arrived in ^ai r, and will be   !1"  l""'1-4' "i:    ��� ��� unpanied    in
.       , ready  to addri meeting    on    the   '' ' ''    '  v< '   ' asui-i   lrom   the
��� ���ly subject :,, ��� I,,
as under n de-
tl overseer and
mj/On  him.    Thai
irniii? hi :.   i  :,i the doctor
��� 11 In- had bi  '
li-  mad,-  u,,
:    cell.   This
(s about 10 and     shortly
��� v. d    _
, ,  I.   The
Id was , Ing    ��� -.-_ cul
matti !���
moned
in
no I l.-.nd  in iho   South
' -  ��� hi   the  ��� xpedltlon    of     1S*>0
 Brown viiivl wiiii i     ,,    n,nn   S:
FIRST SHIP  SAILS I IM "   ' ,1 in :.   Who   1*0-
ENTRANCE TO canal !   ���������   S anish ships ol theil  ���      '
  According to    tne   captain
!-'���      2     ! he Pacini     mail      '   "��� ! :i!'" was found and Sl, 10
��� imsnlp  \ , ia.      ��� oved  lo  Ausi ralla   after    i tte
for iln- first . had n nd all    the
entrance to the c?      A'"-*-l!M  -*aiM:;.-|r.,.-|   ,,   , x(.. ,,,   ;|,,, captain,  the steward
Fifty  Per  C     :.   of Two  Herds  Tested
i-'ouno to Be Affected by Disease
��� Situation Is Serious.
Xl unil 2. - Tuberculosis   In
oairj hei . ipplylng milk in the cltj
is .again attracting attention, this time
'" c��nn . wiiii the testing of iwo
h<,rds a oquest ol the owners, it
was f.'iiiv Ihat about 50 per cent, of
the animal., reacted in the test. The
two own - aro now using every effori
���'> 'lean up their herds and one of
them has practically tinished tnat
work. Manj other herds are belli ved
io be an, : ,i and iin,- situation cannot
be reg led as otherwise than very
serious from the standpoint ol
public hi alth.
in.
MAN   GROWS   FACETIOUS
IN   MAKING   HIS WILL
I hospital
nil
dredged  to a  depth ol thirty-five feet.|and  himself had    perished     The
[ (>!il;.   i few pi ��� di        ' n   '    ' ���'    -,"!'  burled on
all
ot the boat   which    lefl    the other Island    Before this countr*, was
Threat of  buiclde.
ac Ing   Itoman
.    had, I aid,
i    On .i.m   2
from one    ol
I HUPpl)
nd   the   con
ta ��� '���in. nts
old ��Itness
iadi   ��� , :���
ill   would  give
dock and steamed to the right of Naos
island,  plowing          i  b the  water of
n can il
a- the Naos        wa* i      noi com
I, the Newport _ to conti nd
���,'. ith a strong i i   -ent,   i il ah.- ki pt a
course, and   gal j    deco at< d
unl Ing,        I  ii ivi ' hi   nai o*��
n hlch In j ���       to i lestlned
i to become such  a  gn al ttlghwaj    ol
comm< ��� i ���
��� c  ision    he,
���  WILL PROSEC-TC C4ST80
UN (MFIKaU tiiiiiiii.
! Former    President     cf     Venezuela
Accused    of   Having    Instigated
Attempt on Life cf Gomez.
is
.  ei.n,:.,r  run hie
;!i,'  pi;.'-! know
nis thr. at,   'I b
ported    io    the
ni.in    was
���;i-' .    .md    witness
|:; Ints.    Th,- con
li  1  man.
Other Evidence. H	
Pl'l ..     co
. i   ie  would kill!
' o  the  ho    Ui        '  ' acas' da Porl "   ti   '  !- '���'���   -
,,,,_.  medicin       '        cordance with  Instructions  hoiu
,   :,, and  ��� no.   Alcantara,  mini t. i   of the    In-
!!' .     ,vish  to die    in , ��� : ";-  tb.   alio in .--.. :,- nil  \\ ill  bring
I ���"    ��� i suit In the high I d url againsl
P*1" Wa lerly,     II     Oabrlano Castro, thi   to   uei   presldeni
i ing    from    u  oi  Venezuela, on the charge of having
I" d    had    re- instigated thi   attempt* I   tssassination
,,n    mis- ..if  i'usiileiu  Gomez.    Minister -Mean
Ion     for    ih" mi,v. communication io the attorney-
��� '   ��� a]   wa -  ticcompann i  by  a   largi
.iv suid    i be amouni  ol  dOcun rooi       i lie
i   on one oe. a    inlnistei writi -
n iii.-, cell. I lie    docunn u -    diow    ihui    i lie
reached the captain and v-ward died,
,  ,-  claims that he is the only ii.im-
man who knows ih    wher   ibouts    Ol
the treasure,
Brown lefi this pori on board
lariposa and he plans to outfit  .,
small steamship when he reaches the
of i-!ind^ where the treasure Is
He ha. a family In fiovl I ni
It. I.
N' w *i oi k, Fi b, 2. -Duly signed
and exei tied on Man ll li>, I'.HKi. the
r.il; of .lohn Cion . J ��� mei Ij ol Sha
in,ei- township, X. .1.. has been found,
a clause , if w I    - as follows:
"I, John  Cn in, do  li, i eby  give and
alii  all   in;   real  . siu        ud  per-
t . ;
...:.,.. , ....     .
canal  boat -  cattle    - am automo
biles  an.| al: ii  in.,   ca in     Spain:
also my casi les in thi   air, to .lohn 1>
Km i,,  ��� ovldli can    'in I
ilnin "
Clash  at  Montreal.
OLD LADY DIES AFTER
!    BEING HIT BVBX.E.R. Ul
I
Stipendiary .Magistrate Unable to Discharge Duties,
Owing to Age.
Nervous  Shock   Proved Fatal  to  Mr*
Huffman,  of   Killarney,   Man	
Accidont  at  Grandview.
Funeral   Wreath   Purchases   Forb'dden.
v   council
Chicago,  !���"
-lh,
Montreal,    Fe ���     2     I tte    Montreal
Electric company. a ui ��  oi ganizatlon
with iiowers from itiebei
tiii',-. stai ted   io,l.i.. to   lig  up  strei ts
ind i  ect a line of ] li    In di nane i to
ii  ,        authoritie Ortl    -  wi re i --
sued  to am ��� ngaged
ni the affair and ttie is
x  ��� eti .1.
BETIEfi BUILDINGS PLANNED
FOR CITY OF BELLINGBAM
has passed an ordinance    iirohibitlng
.ei i li:,n i   di alers   from pun li
fun. ral  v,,. atha  an I   mo     from   i hi
��� i of those who have met d
���V .rv        ; Th  i was don,,
in i moi'aiiee ,,; 11), laet thai a similar
law is already in existence. "The
." said Aid. McKenna, **pur-
eii.i so these w reatha lor it mu erlj
in o from cemetei j a' enrtanl -
and -��� il ih.'in again to iii" iioor, in, >
ari taki n Into the homes ol other
families to erve for a second runeral,
an i wini can fori see the resuli'!'
Demolition   of   Shacks   in   the. Business
Centre Provided for in Ordinance
Passed  by  Council.
Slide   Does   Damage at   Mine.
I.'ili
S'elson
iii.iii
liimj Sin
.'
I'D  ill-
i ii |iuty  Wai den
The latter said
1    ie com let's
i    had  noi   been
io  watch him,   as
elld, -111!, ���
llli
Veruict.
��� *��.- ���  'ii"  following  ver-1
i.    tlgated   the   . li
��� the death of'
convict, a.    the B.
1  " ive,  the  nude,' ,.���.,,..i
Hi" oiilnlon thai   th
e(l    ,f"   ' i'.vi.'del,
,!' in lii
mt LJ ;20
���___��� I
^^^^^      eaiiie   iii  hi.
- '- II in  ihi   penitentiary
- "1. on Feb, 2, 1909, bv
mr^i: having Btrangleil himself
1 !' water pipe in   the
r
better
���.,. i "  for the  purpose,
���anging r,������
..���I
I",;i'   ! lh- oprnlon thai
28 s Itl be afforded  tor    the
ct0" of di pondeni  convicts."
: ftas -"in,.,,,.,.,! .,, F���,.ni(, in
|.*,.h.   2    The    Into    thaw
caused a       :e number of   slide.-    In
parts of the Kooti......   district, Son -
of iln in did much dumuge, Man.
, ,,, ii, who has jusi relumed to
\, ��� ���,n from .i vlsli io the Hewitt
mine, near Silverton, reports that a
,. ��� ii,i, had carried away all the
, | .,,,, |in . the "Id ore Inns, the
black mith shops on one side ol tin
���jHI . ,,,| a ; ortion of ihe irarnway, t>n
u,, ��� , ...��� Slocan branch of the
,;,, a) Northern, ni ar Sandon, there
h, |g giiiie, which is now be
,,, | v ! away. Si veral other all :���
                                     ,,,,,     ���          ��� .1 on  ibi-  line and on  the
Washington, Feb. 2.   li  is proposed Lo   h   "    ": K:isl" '"'U'
io prevent  the general    use   ol    the
,,���������,��� 0f the Re<k*-Tc_s society by   Catholic church Fire Causes Panic.
Ida. k, black eon ipl ui... w hlch happily
wa - ti ii-i rated b; he , . ��� ��������� nee of the
supreme magisti ite, waa the result of
the suggestions, nd-vlce and order ol
Oenernl Castro."
Red Cross  Emblem. Limited,
fn-on,
p, 1908
fl"   wounding,   to sei-v.
Aldermen Double Own Pay.
lhlcaRr,,   |,v,,   ���     T
,. Balarlea m alder-
,..' ���    ": "i by the council last
;, I i year tola
t "--.i in the
Zu " wl11 W Wm without
ten " '" :il" hold overs the
,,1' " Private secretaries"
,, , ' "hlch salary will be
I '    il overs
means of a bill Idtroduced by Repre
Bcntatlve Denby, of Michigan, If the
bil] Is enacted Into law, only agents
of the Red Cross, the nanuarj and
hospital authorities of the army and
navy and those having previously
registered the "Red Cross" as a trade
mark will be permitted to display the
emblem. A line of from $100 n> fBOO
Is provided for every violation of this
Bection,
Dick   Burde  Attacks Colonist.
mm.    Tile
next    aider-
Alberni, Feb. 2.- Al a meeting held
in Alberni on Saturday nii-'iit i'1 lll('
interests ot Hon. William Templeman,
a savage attack on  tne editor of the
Colonist    was    nit.de by  It. '^jjjl^ ��������� M���, fjuttfred Oustafson, died
to  lhis morning from scalds received by
fa'llng backward into a bolllnR kettle
Sew  Void', Feb. 2���Flre last nlghl
dl | , lamage al the rectory of the
|..IM!:-i Fathers, al Fifty-ninth streel
,lIhi Columbus avenue, Forty converts
wiv were being instructed In a chapel
on (ho ground lloor became panicky
.������! -, veral young women attempted
t0 |ftap from a window, but were re-
���trained. Both priests nnd converts
]|liMOl, |n fighting tho flames. When
,l)c mcnieii arrived it required more
,I,.,,, .|��� hou.'s work to get the ilames
,., I. |.   I I II11 <>l
Baby Falls Into  Boiling Water.
Tacoma,    Feb.    2.���Edwin    O.
Cusiafson,   the   two-year-old   baby
editor of  the   Alberni     Plonei
who w:is given mi opportunity
speak on behalf of the Conservatives
Mr. Burde held the editor of the
coi,,nisi responsible ror the notorious
distortion  of  Mr.  Borden's  telegram.
nn) attributed his action to
spleen.
i"
via!
0f water    The child was alone in the
l(1,  ,, at the time, nnd a man driving
|��very w���non, liearlnp; lis screams
| into the house and found il still
j |- ,1,,      ilinu pot.
ii. llingbam, Feb - Two nn umres
presented lefon tin ion I ol .a,die
ivoi . - odaj i im Ida foi sl i icter regulations for . uilding In the bre limits,
and make il n I es ������ j foi contractors
to proti, ..hi    md   keep   the
��� '���'. . open during lh con tructi in
of buildings. Both ol the man,'is
menl ' . ie i ouni il i iniglu In
i lie I'm in of ordinances, ,, pied afti i
measures now in ion, In Seattle The
Bre liniii oidinaiiei li an amendmenl
and makes ii Impos dble in i he future
for ih" old frame structures on the
business sTreets to bo repaired after
thej have reached the polnl where
thej  maj  be classed a     hacks,
The buiiiliiiK ordinance provldi
laying temporary sidewalks and
Imildiiiij, overhead protections.
l'or
for
CHURCH   PRAYS FOR   LOCAL
OPTION AND  RACING BILLS
li, lllngham, Feb. 2.    Prayer wus of-
f ,i    in    the    United    PreBbyterlan
church tonlghi thai the local option
and race track bill i pass the legislature. Every church In ibis city was
invited to Join with the Presbyterians
in the petition. '
ROOSEVEItT  REFUSES TO
ACCEPT $10,000   LEGACY
Boston, Feb. 2.-���President Roosevelt, in a letter to the attorneys tor the
administration, decTffres thai under no
condition will be accepl a los-acy ot
$i(i.iiini left him by the last wlll of
Benjamin Hadley, an EJaai summor.
villi- recluse, who died Dec. 16, mn?.
Liable  for   Employees'   Injuries.
Spokane, Feb. 2- lllll:'' William a.
Huneke has delivered an important
decision In the case of _-6 (livnt
Northern railroad nnd J. Ysiimarii. a
Japanese section hand, in which he
holds that the federal aci of 1908, relative |o the llnbllliy of common carriers engaged In Interstate commerce,
applies to injuries received by section
hands. THiim-irii wn minted while
engaged In track repair work, ami
sued for damage-
Vii toria, Feb, 2.���Tion. 1-. Cai i
Cotton ci utlnued i lie debi te on the
addre-s in vo;*\ io the speech from
the throne tlTVs afternoon, devoting
considerable time to pointing out thai
the governmi ni i ould noi fall in with
the member from Chilliwai k - (C. \\
Munro) amendment with reference to
the applying of revenue from personal
and Oljei taxes in municipalities to
ib,- Improvemeni ol the municipalities
from which ibi- revenue was dei Ivi d,
as the sin plus of the government i onl ;
noi be ���::.,. :,,] as permanent, He
also quoted iiu in - ini, nded to - how
that the amounts derived trom I li i
sources ai e too small to lie able to
provide the fund- neeaed for the work
In  in- _r      ! iwever,  he    con
sidered  the  poi .md    one    and
hoped  :o Si e.  a:    vine  fur11r.���  tinii    ���
portunltj   given   to  the   munlcipa
revenu
i run,   ...      ���,  ivla.ntenance.
. ' ��� ��� :      I ; , . . ,.
in.on., nance i ,       tiould b>
inner   tIn .   ion  ol     lb"
,i.uu;. Ipalitlcs      v       I,    and    admin-
isli : ��� j   |i;   a   boai .1  uppoinied  loi   ; h.it
pin i.o- ������     Giving ii     i ici Ij  a    111
sonal   \ i. v.  a ii,:   noi   m i j   thai
,., thi  govei mn. in. be considered   the
imposition of a  ., reniie tax us impi o
per; all ol her ta t. s wer,   has d on the
abilitj   oi   the men  taxed   to pay,  bu
be   revenue   tax   wa     ... ill rarj.     tie
..,!.,ii i.l.il   a   lull ���0b,'>< ol   lie'   iiiiane.
of tlie    ditVeiciii     municipainu s
govei um, in offici i -
Al   t'Tie  conclusion   of  .Mr,  Cotton's
. v   Ai i'.   \1 an. o .-   am 'n.liii, nl    was
los   "ii a show ol in,no-.
Would Abolish Tnx.
.1.   i i.    haw i homt hwaiti     SoclftTi ������
111   .'  ' I'OI       X .IV: 1110,    ,lliin     I a ll
, ami n .in in tb ii oi , lew of the g< m ! al
j proeperltj of tli ch iitaliul o|aa "-."
clally, and ihe favorable linanc'al
��� landing ol lie govi ami nt, hie
rovi mi" tax ul p ��� eni impi , ,i on
residents In ' he proi nice be a olish
i'n mier Ai.ii . .   and Intimati ���
ib.ii i e consldeii d the ann ndmenl om
of oi tier, poln Ing oui thai II relate I
;.' taxation.
The Sl i        appealed   to,
di eid, ,| In favor ol  i lawthorntn*�� alto,
On being pul to a \.iu- by show of
hands, the amendmem was lo i by
thirty mi" again     to     v ror.
The   nl In      In n ply lo the speech
was voted on and foi inally ace, pic i
Bowser's  Persecution,
.lohn i llli ei, I li .ia. moved u number
of resolutions and spoke at orai
li ngth on i ii" pei .i uUi a .a thi
Frusi i' river fishermen li; \ttoi n.j
Geueral lt<i�� ser dui mg lie pa I sea
-i.ui, polni in '. oui thai I he lishi i nn n
had In-i two days woi i> In the helghl
of the s.a ou. a state of affairs which
he characterized as scandalous,  Uulli
lets    eliar'-es    had    alsi n    mail"
againsl Bevcral Bshermen
Captain   Pittendngh   Too   Old.
Referring to Stlpendiarj Maglstra
Plttendrlgh, of New *Vestminster, Mr.
Oliver staled thai be was old and in
(Inn, and Ini upable ol properly con
ducting ca ��� ol Importance, During
the bea in i :in- cell brated Kendall
case, the crown prosecutor nnd
actually dictated to the magistrate
whal should be writti n In hi   book,
\i this polnl the Speaker Interrupt-
ed Mr. oii\��� i nnd earn d him to order,
telling li'in that the Kendall case, being still Bub-Judlce, could not bo discussed on n   merits In the House.
After the transaction of a quantity
of formal business- the House ad
journed until two o'clock tomorrow
afternoon,
Mis   Huffman, an old lady of Killi
ne>. Man., who was rislting friend
Vancouver, was struck down by an inter-urban street car yesterday evening,
sustaining Injuries    and    a    nervous
shock which resulte I in her death
few minutes later.
���   a, cidi nl  happ. ned at    ttie cor
ol  Williams street, Grandview, at
a quai tei  to sis o'clock.    Mrs
Huflfnan, who wa- being escorted by
111      i oiisin,   ['ol.owed   ,11111   a, rosi      tin
-i  eel   d I'i Ctlj   In     lion;     of the
Langley,  which  was travelling al
moderate  speed  towards    Vancou vi
Mo.,.!,nan   .lohn   Simpson,  noticed  th-
man step across the metals, but was
unabli  to si e the old lady in tin i
prevent   an   accident.    Mrs.   Huffman
was Btruck by   the   cowcatcher   and
thrown to the ground, one of the front
ii   eel    crushing hi r foot,    Tn.
I rough!  to .1 stop    in    hail
i on dm i u- i'-- o ������   Re ,i Imme ilati
. i mi th.   Injured woman and
Into    Dr   Connellj 's  office.
i    ia - ��� j   exan Ination
.  .     he had sir taim .1  ���'   .      ��� d  leg
preparations w. r<
hi ian  ma i"  to remove  the victm
the jreeid.-r,! i" th,  hospital wh '
. i.   the shock   evldentij   pn
i,���. much for her frail i ��        ion
ATLANTIC   LINER  IN
SERIOUS COLLISION'
Do vi r,  Eng . Fi b.  2    The    Atlantii
earn, r Mobile, bound
Btiltlmoi e, w..   m collision to laj   ���
the    British    Bteame     Dunk. I       ofl
Head     The Mobile returni I
bod i  wiiii  hi r bow  badlj
in     she ' ammed the Dunkeld In 11 ���
lartl    Idi      The latter Bhip
,   b    ad     damaged     n    no
I.
MIKKtiSUN IS FLANNINIi
[0 EXPLORE NEW GUINEA
.
Local Option  Delegation.
A large deputation, representing
every constituency In iti" province,
waited upon the governmenl executive
ibia morning n> ask for die introduction of local option legislation ai the
preient session. There were about
B hundred or more local option supporters in the deputation, which was
introduced to Premier McBrlde nnd
his colleagues by A. B, McPhililps. K,
0., M. L. A.
Tile speak;! s in support 'of ibe
petition, -whieli will be later presented
to the Hou=e. were Rev S. 1) Chown.
arid Rev, Dr. Spencer.      .
Danish   Explorer   Going   Out   Into  the
Wilds    at    Behest    of    Scientific
Society  of   Copenhagen.
Vii   .ilia    f' ii    2.      \d\ie   s  hli .-
received   here  from  Ejnar Mlkki   ���
w ho lie uli d ih.   Uiglo Am, ii.    i .
expeuiilon,  stating thai he li
mi: for an expedllIon to explore 11   i
\' ��   CiUinoa     The . xpedltlon,    whlcl
is being si io b. a scientific   ocli
Cop. alia... ii, hi, home city, It        In
on  i>   ii.ii ki d n.\   tbi   Dutch govei
nn in.    He i \|.. i ts to :-|. ind two ���
in   Ni ��   . ...in. ,i. and  �� ill  I <���  th,   only
w in:,    i in il xpedltlon after tbi
pn lliiilnai j   woi k is done.
CC/LLEGE   BOY.  AN.WER
McGILLS CHALLENGE
The   I.ii. rarj   Bodi 'y   of  Col il
coll   .   has s, hi an answer to a Tna
li ngi  : ce. Ivi il trom McQlll unlvi rsltj.
mver,  lo a d bate,  i ugbj   gs in
baskelban match and boviling con ���
',    r,.,., 13,   The college will meei thi
.I, baiei    i ugbj and basketball pla e
ui nIsh   o siiiisiiuiie a ladies' ba
ball game In place of bowling and ai*"
to ,i" i|,on,  ib" date mi" wiek
The tii,.i   rugbj   inaieli to be played
here thi     ea on will take place   this
afternoon when a team from the cltj
a 111 live! the Columbian college ti'
in a practice game at Moody squa ���
An attempt is being made to ar-
range' for a return game next Satur
day. with ih" employed boys- basket
ball quintette of the Vancouver Y. .\t.
c. A., wim were defi ated al  lhe ci
ll in   gj in   lasi   week.
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��� MANY   KILLED  IN   MINE.
��� Birmingham, Ala., Feb, 2.���a
��� i.���port reached/Here today ot aa
��� explosion in'the   Short   Creek
��� mines of the Birmingham coal
��� ti Iron enmpany.
!��� li Is said thin at bast sixteen
��� men are dead and tnat a num- ,���
��� her aye seriously  Injured.    HI-    ���
��� 1kiiI1"s    have    linen    recover"'!    ���
��� from ihe mlB'-s ���
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AN INJUSTICE.
1THE DAILY >IEWS.
h��9.
ELEVAFORS TO REMAIN
IN PRIVATE OWNERSHIP
FARMER HIVES BUILDING
RAILWAY  OK
HIS
1WN
Sakkaloon, S;i4. Feb. -;. ----. ,lr
Hives,  of  Davidson, promoter
I'aruiers' Railway company
1
Kdiior Dail;,-i'ontV:
Sir.   I in Hit  c li^ 11 ..a ?l ipjtu.
i-it-��ui-.- Lyiicjb. {jafsjop  ttju   evpry-i
I ���
is a
pitJtute \\*ieii pats] 'i '(! ev|-ry|time
i Dk at It. It is a timbering scene
showing *ome loggers at work, a
couple of thotn -prying a log; into the-
log show    a great, long,
.
I
lllf
Winnipeg,   Feb.   2.���T
pent of the policy of th.
er
r  of /'ih.���
which  re-
,e,i:;y  obtained a   provincial  garter
for a road from Regina to Meltort   is
water.   Thl    log show
Jagged spur of ?;--'��� - ? 9ti.���i_g but '"' Mlmitoba. Baskatch- wun and M*
of I ei .ni -l," a,cross w,here it be.rta unop the question of public
ha .hopped ownership of Interior'elevators, which
such a    are  .^   beeQ   ujjged    ^^   (Vm   ,,,. , rill���
Illustrated in the picture would put a
Governments of Three Mid
die West Province Heclme- f?\Wf
IU       ; ���     .    '. '"',d-
to Carry Out Big Scheme,    -v  ha   ��   ^m  ffvm   ��� wh
I.,:","r   who--"  lfttld'is  artjuc, :       ,���     lh(.
To id  can   i ike    one shane lor   every
quarter section.
I   ���'���/1   ej
u shares are $100,
paid for in Cash di- by '-woi-k-.
scheme is to grade from Watrous to
Regina this year and bond the road
in the ordinary way. He figures on
$2000 to cov,r all cd.-r. till the road" Is
ready for tne stool.   -
 ��� ' ��� 4
announce-
ovei innents
i.i
tmd    can    be
The
llraingrowers
upon
association,
and   which
log into the river in such shape. Every
loi 1 bv," een put into the water in'*'-1* 1,0S�� ^-vaiti'd Avitj, ungual public
BnUsi. Columbia lias had the ends j interest, because pr the Important
nicely squared off. bearing it may have ou the principal
I   wonder  if  they  send  down    their
'.oca in eastern    Canada    In such
sloppy manner as lllustrated.
WILUAM CHRISTIE.
Victoria, !',. C, Feb, I, I'.'O'.'.,
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
I for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc.
industry of these province.-, was made
i public Friday night.
The premiers'of the three provinces
held a humbe'r of conferences a    ��� ��� Ich
the   question   received     considei       Q
and their reply fo the demands of the
Gr_ingrower~:  a-sjocliation,  as draSted
and   signed,   is   made   public.      In   it
they decline to hot In accordance -with
the wishes of the assocbuibn on  thi
OST EmgJlsh1 set- grounds  ilia- .lev  de.m it necessary
-    bi   I     Return   to   Chapinan's  to secure an absolute-monopoly, of the
..o's grain  trade  in order to as.hre    the
 ^ success i t such a gr.art governinenta"!
ynu SlU__^Se-on._h_nd Sideboard.Undertajjing, involving as it does an
$15. Second-hand Box mattress. Ex- estimated "xpeud'tir, of between
T,-a large and comfortable, $--D0. seven and ten mtiUons'dollars; an_ to
Apply care 0f Dominion Tin-:. (,,% a.^ ^ch a nionoi,u;.. ,VM,,M ,���. un.
   constitutional under th" British North
America act.
In explaining their position the premier, state that "thi- consideration of
MAD_, h'-i CANADA:.
*JMW-__-f_-Ba-W--l ���4-_-J-__B-n_|
OPERA HOUSE  BdpKlNGS.
hi   ,'
���-*..     ti..   Bi   i -t'-i".- Millions,
Feb.   l ;. -Jane Eyre.
F,b. 23.���Daniel Sully.
Feb   ^T.-yThe Burgomaster.
March   1.���Kerry   Gow.
March 3    Siuliborn^Cindyreiia.,
March IS.-^-fPP* ���7>m'*j C'a'.nu
March 21     Harry Bere-ford.
A;,,!: 2 -fMarriiig M44.
.wil> -!ai4n__ ^Yals_.^
\ iril  -'���    - i':." G-lngerbre 1 Alan.
June 10.���Nat Goodwlm
Ord
ers
Taken
'or
Ckimney
Sweeping
"WATER   CLAII8T3   cONSdlmuh
ACT, 1897, ANI) AMENDING |?
"i Vancouver Power
Company, Limits
T^lepKone 164i
i
Thomas Peters
���->���������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*>������������������������**�����'���������������*'*
weeks    nier  dam  Jp, ,
made to the i.ivp -,,, ,
CUiidc'il    by.     th,,
pomp-ny, r.iiiutcd
���������:
:
uu.
coa-
B.  Walsh,  J- .    '.'1 ���
Sash and Door Co.
V.'AN Tl'.l>--v: i:p- nl .- and i nti ���^,
tors to give BJun on carpenter labor on a  s-x room bungalow.    W.
_. ,,. . , unusually -jrave and complicated questions, con.titutionai, financial and legislative,"  are   Involved,  . id   tbat   un-
 ��� ������ ** leas the British N-   :n  \\ act Is
WANTED���to Bwc_a_e a good   hous i led to give them the powers al-
for  ca-*h   f-.'.-i'-   on     State   full :- to, m of
particulars  ot hoi      and  were si:-  governmen.    Wnership    oi    Elevators
uated.   A.:d   - .Can    : U,W   mighi "fall and pn      I ' ?os-
Hender_on, Cltj -.-���.-.     ,
Through Our SHUR-ON EYE
GLASSES.
THEY WILL PLEASE YOU.
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
Eyes tested free and all optical   work  guaranteed.
���
���
���
���
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d
.' 1ST
montns ol 1.
ed Xotitj
692
Notice Is hereby given tha-. the part-
nership heretofore subsisting between
Joseph Mayers and Neville Rogers
Pn ��� n carrying on business as coal
' nts and general towing busl-
... city Of New Westminster,
.in t      P ovlnce of Rrttish Coniml i'1
  B"*;> ' 'lu hat_e of Ma>>:- and
tl       %   ���    ' ' ��� ' -   m has teen dissolved by mutual
ni   as   ��� :'  the  first  day  of Feb-
..:%���   1.09.    The business  heretofore
.    :.    ..  the said firm of Mayers
Pri -' m   will  now  be  carried  on
y- the  s.di Jbsejih  Mayers    ami  all j
held In   iehts   owing  to  th-?   .-aid partnership
nrir.:, ��� '        Hter :���'-������'" ������ ��� t : .u I nee to tie said
M.-.r - '      .���'."'��� *��� . [ n- w westminstet
��� r- ��� t, Irish terrier pup      ont I        was first i itive of 1
III be reward-1 jj
:���  :���     i   il  x
���    M M      ���������:'''-
C. Mills. Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
jFish and Fruit Boxe..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^! 2. New Westminster
|w>__��--M��<- *sim ���
WANTED���Day    worl
Uradbmr. ?��� Q-.   -
M:-
(M'N*I>r-"*r t ���   ,     nisfa o( W.   K.
Austin,  Pitt   V-v ��� i -   __<   ; i: 1
whit,-, black . pot -
-.      ��� "���   - and  all  claims against the
FOl'ND���Lady's
to this oflice.
Owr.- r ...''.."
* r��nre
��� ��� -��� ��� * - June 5 and 6
-< '.   them:     - -    repared Id
.carry 'findings   of   'hat   eon-
! ferencf*.
TO RENT���One Urge furnished bedroom, n. a-: library, suitable for two
Also fwo small ones. Rent reasonable.    Apply ��67 Victoria street.
WANTED���A n.rse girl, services required from 1 to C p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones. Royal av��nue.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IX-
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
up.
Silver Watches, g->nts' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches,
Watch repair.ng a specialty.
F. CRAKE
; Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital    $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital    $2,200,000
Our fac'ities for collect.ng and remitting mon��y should b;
employed by all business men to whom promptness l| a consideration,
J E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
', partnership are to be presented
to th.;- said Joseph Mayers by whom
the same- will be settled.
Dat.--d   at   New  WVstminst-r, R.   C.
this 1st day of February, A. n., 1909.
NEVILLE Tt  PRESTON
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Witness:    C. W. D. CLARK.
NOTICE.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMINSTER
BOUNDARY RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION  COMPANY
will apply to the Pa.lla__ent of cau-
jda at its next session for au Act e**
tending   the  time within  which    the
Company   may  commence and   complete the Railway the construction ol
which   was  authorized   by   the   Company's   Act of   Incorporation   being
Chapter 68 of the Statutes of Cana.lj
1907, .and   to authori.se  the  Compuu.-
to enter into    any    agreement    "wiip
j the Vancouver, Westminster au.l   ni
! kou   Railway   Company **hich ia  a'i
| tllOI'lZe.l    by    S.CtiOn   361    Of   tlH-      ''allil-
j way Act" and for other pur'/oses, and
authorising the   const..... ..un   of    a
branch Iln,- from a, pmtc in the nv-iiu
line  authorised   by  ..iau-*e tei of  sub-
nectlbn s of tin- fiotonany'ia Act of lu-
orst-tM   :**.euce In au easterly and
P*K>��_*0*0^*CC*C*_404C^O*'>0 040*C-^0*0*C^OO*O��_*_*04O*0
Accounts of Organizations
Church Societies, Fraternal <J)rgan._afWn-*.,  Clubs,  Tratll    tJnlona
and Business Associations will fipd   It   i onvi nieni   an le   to
have surplus funds In a Savings [ Account, subject to the control of
two or more officers, i
We make a specialty of this class at business,
CONSULT W.TH   US TODAY   and   we  will   be,   pll 18    ;   to   give
fill
details explaining our system.
________=______   qjxe
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
9
NEW  W-STMINSTER,  B. C.
F.   B.  LYLF.,  Manager.
Eastertrook Milling'  C
ompany,
FLOUR !
irooK  jvnuinp;
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !
Imperial                 . .    $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . , $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
McOuarrie& Co.���_:.'..u AN'r> m*n merchants
FRONT STREET. r,fw  Wertmln��t_r
Telephooe i'ii.
HP9
���
dlrefctldn by the nost feas-
i i
- -i
.,- route through Yale, l.illooet and
larl ,, districts to the most conven-
i.-ii. |., nit' where a jtinrtlon can be
tai-d. with lh- imancli line of the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Railway which runs from the piain
Bne i>i   said  Railway  ni-H't-ly  to  VA
montoh,
Date, at Vancouver, II C., Di ceinber
a.  1008.
TIIPPKR & GRIFFIN,
Solicitors for Applicant.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,4-0.000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada aud Newfoundland, and   ln  Londou,   England,
New   York, Chle.ago aud  SpoKan., U.S.A., and  Menco City,     a Jen
etal llatil.lui,  Business Transac t-vl.
.etter* of Credit Issued, available wlti. correspondents In all uarts ot tht
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Dop-."1'8 rerelvej In sums of J, tXtZ upwi.rdi
aud Interest sllowt. nt 8 per ( eni pei annum (preiaint rnt<A.
lotjl    --itett   nVe--   ��|l'.8.ljnil.l'UU im.
NSW  WESTMINSTER CRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNKR, M$_-<��|
I
!      TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
CONRAD.    CARCKOSS.    ATL.1N,
iUTi: HOAS-i DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Dally train? '(except. Sunday)
��� irr-yfoj passengers, mail, express ftnd
. (hi   conneet   with   Stages   at   Cm
and   White   Horse, Maintaining
ii ; borough wtnt,".- service*.
For information apply to
l   H. ROtfSRS, Traffic Manager.
A little Good Coal
���' ���', hot lire, when a Ip't
": . ��� mis out i o beat
a*, a-1. It U t'conomlcal to buy
PUF *' -'��� beqause. It is clean,
������' ������-!"��� -t. tnakes nioHt h��a,
i'i������-������" ' ! ���:���' Htil, a.h and cost.,
no more p^r ton, than poorer
grades. We deliver it to any
part of the city. Full weight
a!way.s. , Telephone y,)|lr R?der
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Po*
i".' a
Uficate o�� Approval ol it
dertaking in the matti.
Miuoti.m of a dam at tt,
t-ui'lam  Lake  in  the  Di       - lj�� !���"
\\ ��� -��� iniiiiit-r.
The works im(jmi.-a t,,
ell    by    the    con   trUCl ,,;,
il'.'.m and iii couui, ien
un-   following:
The ejection of a hyd
lilli-d (lain al.'out GfeO feet -m ien���k.
with a crest width ol a _{, u��, '.
a thickness at the uu , about iitD
feel ...i the iJfper end oi the maim-.
per ��� Vnmel; the dam to be i |
cii nt le'L-lu to ral e thi
Coquitlam   lake   by . , ���
spillway channel :,,   , ,._ L
fe ���  unl.-, 12 feet $eep i
-urpliis  watj r.
-Vtiil  all  SUOh Ii  I ���    ��� ', |j ijjjj
I tal,  WOI ks    thai   u:'.
; fully  and   effi dual
ni,.- the a;ei.     ...      ,
taking.
I     It Is intended to ins-.a!  ,
i '���:������   pipe   exti n :; .     .,,
iiream   We  ol  tb J
lak ��� for a distam���<   ,        .   ��� ,;i UJ
wiiii   the  City ot  New
and to '���!'' 11 a tower for
screen i   at   the  toe  of m
from this toe to i > ah :i
i pipe, surrounded \ icret,
i deep ti'encli iiie'.'".-|i.
a I'uniieeiion with the
N'ew  Westmlpster
The   ai'i'ii  whi'-li   w 111 In
the raising of the wati i level
acr.i  . of which the comnn i   . :.:|
would  not   exceed   $1.00 an acrt
: pproxlmatp    . stin ate   ol
ouantlty  of  timber  on
area would not exceed '.
acre.
tt   is  proposed  thai iv : I
pi i -. nt  recorded    by
��� ra b'.ne Coquitlam and
. ��� p zen be utlliz  1 to
p v.er  :, quired  to  opi
lui thi r undertakin t ol
and   also   under   the     .
��� at. rs so to be ''""���
edition of the afon .-
;.,  in.:*  shall be Utlll
i ,n ot   and  ih    cai
undertakings  of the  Cos
��� .   ;   hei���!"...       ������ , by fcertl
of Approval of the 1/ un uant-G**^
or In Council, an I thai the Cc
ol Approval of which n- tice i.-^
given do so providi
The estimated cost of
Ing i- a out $200,000.
The Tower Company �� ]
-uliscribed   before   it   co_unenci
���.-onstructiooa of the said furtlw^
dertaklng and works or exercWl
of th" powers in that behalf conl*
by the Water Clauses   t'oiuol*1
Art 1897 Part IV, one thousand(i
shares ol one dollar (?l        ' - [
the  further amount of capital i
ed   to  fully complete the  -^ M1
| liking will be provide by a lo"01*,
I hundretl and ninety-nine tbousaajj
liars ($199,000)  to he   made by r
j fii'ltiRh    Columbia   Electrlo K-J
Company, Limited, to tb i Powefijl
puny to he secured by Mot-ipa?*"
i of the Tower Company '"   ���'���*
| or decimal currency carrylig. &*
er by such other form of s-curitJ|
i may lie agreed upon betwe
| l>.ii'ties.
'.    The time within which the ;��'�����!
'ther capital of one thonsand i: i
' ($1,000)   is lo be sn   crlbed ��
months from the dal   ���     " '���"
certificate of approval of th- undo*!
Ing and work-.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. FEB
3. 1908,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
mniu-; Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
s" reels, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
WEDNESDAY.   FEB
19C9.
'..uiv..-. thv Atlantic as the great highway of the nations, must liud a
growing rival In ihe Pacific, and the
struggle. f,,r supremacy of that ocean
i.- assured m hone as yet. The pleas
for an Australian navy, and for bettei
 __- protection to the Canadian harbors on
A.  Paige Managing  Director   the Pacific i   due to the fear, dormanl
now, but ever ready to be fanned Into
a hen,- flame, of a conflict between
Occidental and Orieutal for control.
We iii British Columbia, whatever
our political views may be, cannot
fall to watch the Btruggle between
Washington and California as some
few months ago we witnessed a
similar phenomenon between Ottawa
and Victoria. We are told to do
nothing to hazard trade relations, but
ethnological considerations weigh far
greater. Alien labor laws ai'e universal, u.ul this Pacific to,i.-t will not
submit to any large immigration nt
Orientals to suit the wishes of any
government, though we regret to see
,   ho-   a great   Issue   was  used   to    ad-
but  he  has  no  intention  of '>'""'" "ilrl-v caPltal in the recen1 E
IN BAD TaSTE.
We are sorry to see personalities
taking the place of principles In the
discussion of the new dam at Uoqult-
,am lake, and the undignified attacK
on Mayor Keary by Mr, John A. Lee
in yesterday's "Columbian" Introduces
a factor into the controversy which
threatens to obscure important issues
by mere personal bickerings.
Mayor Keary is quite capable of taking care of himself, and in bis   own
subject
entering into a controversy as to hi
,,-ition with the B C. E, R. as Westminster's member of the local advisory
board. In passing Wo would remind
the public ii was mainly due to his
vol    on thai board thai the car shops
were   placed  here,   allil   the  (.'Illlliwack
line is in course ol construction rather
than oilier enterpi I ������ s of the company.
What we most strongly objecl to is
the facl thai Mr. Lee Btates be will
not act with tin  new members of the
i-estigation committee.    He   i    good
���mi campaign by means of slanders
and patched up messages of encouragement   to   Conservative candl
nicH during that election,
OCEAN   BREAKS  INTO
CAPE   BRETON   MINt_
UNITED  MINE WORKERS'
CONVENTION  IN  UPROAR
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. ���>.��� ���,-h(1 c0Q
vention ot the United Mine Workers
wa- in an uproar this afternoon when
fifty members received anonymous!
communications insinuating dishonesty
on .li,- pari of .-'.nit! Ohio officers ol
the union. The letters allege thai
thi     officers had sold out to the em
ployers, and that it resulted m tne acceptance of a wage reduction by the
miners.
MANY  INJURED   IN
GERMAN  SOCIALIST  RIOTS
llano,, i, Germany, Feb. 2.���Socialist demonstrations here yesterday, in
protest against the Prussian election
laws, resulted in a collision between
the Socialists and the police. The
polti < used their sidearnis against the
demonstrators, and in the fighting
'ietween twenty and thirty persons
were Injured, The police also made
numerous  arrests     Order was finally
-a
restored.
Everything  you   need  for the  Family
Dinner at
The Moody Park Store
Also���
Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00, and a full assortment of Seasonable Goods.
W.   H.   SMITH,   Proprietor
Corner Sixth   Av��   and   Tenth   St.
I
What do you
know alout
Sweater Coats?
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NOTICE.
enough to admit Messrs. T, J, Trapp, j
F. .1. Han and L A. Lewis, all heads
of important, businesses, are    ���     em
able gentlemen," and then goes on to
say he will not recognize tii.in.
There can be no question the members of the council have a right to
appoint a committee1 from outside to
help ihein, and the only nal objection
raised by the dissentient members of
the cltj council on Monday was thai
the gentlemen named had not been
asked to serve, although Mr, J. S.
Bi-y.-on was elected after he had left
the citizens' meeting on Wednesday.]
Inc city council has a right to select
men representing the Bentlments of
the citizens, hundreds of whom could j
noi attend a public meeting, especially
u the new dam is being constructed
u the request of the council Itself.
We challenge anyone lo show these
.eiitl.'liioii  ar" ira    ed  In  fai or of  I be
���ue. any, and  the  m   ube -    o!    the
council  cum. o.-.a-  the  Victoria delegation eeiiaiiii,   have no leanings to-
. the ll. ('   r.   It.   Wi   belli ve the
. ompli xii n  of the committi.   ,   ,, en
..- such as ��v.ill  iit-iive   then-    reporl
having weigh! with the citizens, They
1 usiness men �� bo will demand a
quid pro quo Eoi auj i oncessions ma Ie
;,i the Vancouvi    I'ower compauy.
Halifax.   N    S.     Feb.  2.���The    coal
'mines ai Mabou, C. li., wiiich lie   en-
i
tirely   under   the   ocean,     have     been
flooded, the sea having broken Into
tmeni at the depth of 1100 feet, and
i th.' pumps are unable to reduce th.
How. The mines are the property of
a syndicate from Cincinnati, Ohio,
which spent a million dollars on them
They have not been operated Blnce
October. A; thai time the syndicate
had trouble with the provincial government and since that date the provincial authorities have been In
charge, maintaining a fore, ol men to
ke.p them dry. The mine will have
to be abandoned.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
-Hard block, New Westminster, B O
Take notice that I,  C. W.  Preston,
of Vancouver, B. C, fanner, Intend tu
apply to the Honorable Chief Comnils*
sloner of  Hands and   Works    for    a
twenty-one year grazing lease on   the
[following described  laud:    Commenc-
j Ing at a post on the east   shore   of
Zay.as   Island,  Fori  Simpson  district,
about a mile south of the mouth   of
Lake creek,  thence  west  across    the
Island to the shore, thence following]
j the   shore    northerly,     easterly     and j
; southerly to the point of   comm nci
| ment.
No, 2 lease,���Zayas island. Port j
iSimpson district, stalling at a post at
the southeast corner of No, l lease,
thence west across the Island to thi
! shore, thence following the shon
| southerly, easterly and aorthelj
j around to the point of commencement
C. W, PRESTON,
i     Jan. 28, 1909.
Nothing?
Well,  try
one, and  kne
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what comfort is.
Everyone wears one, why
not you?
New lines just to hand,
$2.25 to $4.50 the coat.
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
'GET THE  HABIT'
Earthquakes in Russia,
St.  Petersburg, Feb. 2.���Continuous
| earthquake    shocks    have been    per.
j celv. d in  the northern part    of    the
Island  of  Saghallen  for several  days
past
WOTO
PLAYING CARDS
Special today,
Two
Packs
For
Courtess De  Lesseps  Dead.
Pari.-.  Fe       2.���The    Countess    De
I,.  ���-.,,.   widow of Count De Lesseps,
promoter of the ship canals of Suez
i loi n h :.-     Panama, dli d hi re yestei
1 ,
This  is a  Good  Play:rg Card.
The  Fair
i
240 Columbia Street.
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-The Big  Store.-
"The Milwaukee''
"The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
No   trains  In   the  service  on    any
railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   Inj
equipment   that   of  the  Chicago,  Milwaukee  &   St.   Paul  Hallway.      They
own  and operate  their  own sleeping
and dinin-r oars oil all their trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence    of j
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agenl
1134 Third St.. cor. Alder. Portland. Or
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209-211   Columbia  Street
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public!
through the columns of THE DAILY |
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
|BBP��
TAYLOR'S    IACTICS.
v, ���  do not know. and c mnoi understand,    the    motives  ol J.  I'd     ' '
M. P., in always endeavoring, not only
��� i knock the city ot New Westminster,
i   o to bi Ing dlsi  fi ii. on many of
;���. |i ading citizens    His reci nl utterance on  the  floor of the  House, again
reported with gbe    y his paper, "The
Columbian" of yesterday, that "an attempt  had been  maoe by  Liberals in
Briti.-h  Columbia, principally i
vicinity of New* Westminster, to
3000   unnaturalized  Japanese  on    the
. >     ���' lis*.," ie a dellbi - a    lie, and we
challenge him to prove his statements
or to always bear the Btigma ol a man
who   sticks  a;  nothing to Injure  the
fair reputation of his tellow _mz< ns,
We feared tha' his return lo Ottawa
���a    . .    ci y,  and aiihougb
_nly a  ti w day.-, of th n _av��
I ,    ua- 'I'    ea  ���   : i -   Ural
harpoon of ilandei
o ��� thai :h. !-..
.'..���;���    of th
II   only  ui,i" ti iciously,  Ini ���
Ing, i       -    also ni pe thai'
the grba.l  l.v   il    , v  wi)   no   place.
lit, till that time conn  . on I
Ih slai '    ��� itpourings.
Mac Kay's Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a; id Ofi
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
j. J. MacKay & Coj
Bookseller;
Stationers
New.- Di
High Cut
Tan
Shoes
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Perk Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
itf-m'o-
Phone 192
McMEN-MY & ANDERSON       Columbia i
opilcelSH For men's winter foot protection we call special at- ffij \
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m:~v"w"r ^^ ^���-������_-- ~~~s*~-~ ��� m ���     watch repairs.
BJ tention to   our High   Cut   Blucher   (laced)  Gram-a ���     Have you a watch that ispvinjrvou trouble?
Na leather Tan Shoes.     J his particular tan leather is ja* | so bring the watch to us and we win put it in p��oj|
Qjj practically waterproof in itself, but is further viscol- jjg | order, and make it i
tjj ized in anticipation of the service the shoes are to m \ ~CCUKArh _-_-_-__���
NOT ONLY RUN but alsol
&3 perform.    The construction of these shoes is of the H3 ?
92 best���nothing but soled leather goes into them.   The m %
The  Jeweler!
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��� gg following are some of our best makes:
��� . ol thi   Houi e  J__S
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
COLUMBIA   STR-LT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
.le agent for the Longkie. and Hamilton Wati ,  Mi
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ORIENTAL EX.LU-I-N.
The p'obii'tu   p    oi'utai exclusion
i bin.',    the   '" i     action      nn
to city, et .   o   ..  thi   " ntn   ol
ac i.i';-  along  thia llm ra   j-y,
tnento, where th    I    Ifornlnn leglsla- ljD
.ni', are  ivi'i" Ulng   ���' Ith a  \ 0] '   difficult
I, .,iti,ui, and .ne whlch     ima   at
the .xcluHlon - I    i bu   Oriental,   and
,, ularly  lh<   -'a, i ai   ���,  from    the
\      ;. an , nu im nt.   Looking over the
ti. id , of i miiv,. lo ,   ii.i' ii   to the   mil-
ll        of China :i'  !   lab in in lhe I'aellle
i :,i In     ii ". ��� at     '������  do net  readily
, ail   in mind  any  .ai::, in in  of    the
���vblte mini sa*?c BrlrlMi North Borneo
-.-. here tbey ari   . 11 omi   and here a
|qi   , I,, ���- ���    i :hlnesi     i n rchant*
b ,,.. ������,-, a, red, and ure bu ij  In    tner
,:.,n-'
One oi the    i to i     ignilicunl    fea-
n , ��� ne   ���  in v,iih   ib,-   contro
��� i y iti pin'i-' ������   at the   Callfornlan
i   , ,, euiiltal i    'ii   Influence brought
, .   i  :      ' .,��� i    ,' i blngton   nn   the
���   ,   |awc   ' '!"'    Bgalnm    ftd
,i ,.   ���   ���, ion in ii'.- Inl rout, ol
Inti i-iniii h..! j. nee,   At. the world ad-
The Amherst
-   Prospector
A twelve inch top boot, mad, with
brass eyelets and hook the, best of
brown moose hldi and absolutely
wfttiTpVainf; per pair   $6.00
The Emperor
A ini B_ule hide boot made with
twelve Inch top, double soles to the
heels; a boot thai will stand all Kinds
��� t wear; per pair  $5.00
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Tan Prospector
The best boot made in the United
States; mule of strong brown winter
calfskins; Goodyeai welted; pair $9.00
The Warwick
a bool made of dark vtscollzed tan
ctU-k'h; haul-made throughout; without doui.i the best bool monej can
buy;   per pair j7.95
Mo h rn  '���' room   heu/e on  Tliir,:   n
nne. corn r l< t, in good repair; on cit;
'ar line,    Price sjur.oo.    Terms  $100
ca ii, balance on monthly payment*
'    e :  8  per eeiit.      MOVE QUICK.
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H Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY    TO    LOAT
lilt: STORE. FOR HIGH GUI  BOOTS (S^^^^^^^^o^^^^^^^q^* +
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
Clioice M
eats
J. HENLtf
AT THK
Manufacturer
Central Meat Market
Corner Fight- Rt. snfl   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  s/n
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Mineral Waters, W
Aerated Water
Family trade a specialty-
Tel. 113.
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Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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NOTICE
B�� CZ-. E* R��
A car will leave Vancouver office
at 12 o'clock (midnight), Wednesday, February 3, and Thursday,
February 4, for the accomodation
of Westminster people who may
wish to attend the Vancouver
Opera House to witness the performance of "Ben-Hur."
us with ai
' any J
the   i>.'i!
���i continuance of thene t
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| favors.  Any persona in
t debted  to  u i  are  re
for.' ame.
Ypung People,    Attention !
1KYL��&S0N c
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Wi  ti       ���    -..< ui., ��� ���    ion viae   ���������'������
,.,.,!   in   .1...   ,, poi ,.V!      ,1...    ,ie.t   ,!..
���.,. n. ol   Iii accli idttili ted '������
em i.i.-.   tin.    regu u    pal'i    ror
Vehicles,     VvhlCll      's      ' "'. '���'���'-'ie,l      Im        'l'1
,he      \\lll>" = --e:     fll.      Hi-     I' in..HI       .'I'"
wishes t.i mate ll .|c:"  ,lui polfil |o
, eu, , ,|e,l
In dosing OUl our bus
iness in New Westmin-1 Iorv goods ifo< ������
ster we desire to express 1,1 saui on tfiiday
our thanks to tli��>-4<> who #
have favorei
ihcir patronage a
time during
eighteen months.    Wi
.solicit, on behalf of Mr,
Herbert  Moore, who ���
11,,   i w i-, i ,,,,i  Bales  ��� "'!"'"���.   Bl
i ..I", havi   in "-  '  Hlh Mi   \   "
,|,,n    |o     1'" I    a    v ' ��� i'.l   ii '
��� i ,|.,.,   s���i,   of  Ills sl oi'       th I !""i"..
i ,,   iii/. {;   lie,l   hie   sl,,, 1    i.   BbOUl   110,0011
i,���, i,, nv. [, i iii's -: as r tti)    ' "
!  ,v hi  ll    ��� ligagetl 'hi-   I"'    i ���
i,,,��� ii ini,, , ,1=1, ���i anfie
���     \.; nin i"  ii��� 'i '���. iheli bil -"1
succeeds us al the same t   ,.i..,,,,,,��� m this - ��������� wv*\
location, 265 Front St., \ ���   -><   ������   ' '"''��� '", ' "'
��� I,,, i,,11-      i hi   ��� "���''    '" '"!'   ' '" '"'  '"
,,,,,i   i hui   ' ���    foi    Bl-_  "'
,��� i. ������,i maqhlng dof 11 the i"1, ������*'
,.,,,,,,,, ,. ,,   ,.|,i ir... -in i.^usii.......!
��� ,    4 ,   ,       ..      _     i  ,'''ii��     "   I" ���  !"     " I
��� nne .f"d   to   pay t.f)   Mr,     r
+      I '      ���' <�� | M', = i    '
��� Moore, who will receipt ::
I   (*,,,. aatna !! I'rhlnv  incnilnc so Hint llif-r tnnv
ile to Mr,  Hie "���' """''" "",'
5
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,,r thi   ' IkW^      '-""I'.v
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AOAMS & DKANS
licsh Nrvv(iCH>alfi, Ni>l Datnngpd
i    lb��    .-..I.... ,.     l-i.v. . :*.   , ,'     M,... .     M. .,.     , , . ���       ...
Canned salmon  2 cans fVn ���-'  Klondike Soap   Ibaf.
the besl qualilai   tin ,:  Bellpse Soap 1 trtntn 6 bart
Baking   t,...'..   i>i,..-   Ribbdn i..:i���i o...,,, 8 cakes to box
pel ������"' _0   i ���-. (_oa��uUa   sold at   40c ���" ���
li.,i i���,    I ,���.i. [    -.. i,;ili���,... i)....i
Extracts   i .,.,.1.   and  \ _hlli_
besl bralld '��� ������- buttle :-'
package)  -i ��� i_l
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PROMPT DFJjIVERY.
��� <e   Instruction In night clasaea at
Columbian College
.   -����TiC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORR-WNOI "   :      .
J      ���"'-    TVP1WRITINO,    COMMERCIAL,     LAW     PWH*"     .
^   ���    "'�������� 0* Om aiov^ TmN_j and   Tkm : ���
r><LY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
rand  Trunk   Ry.
U MMMMMMMMH    Fxr^lUnt Train Sfervice Between
__ CKr?)go, London,
pythian Hamilton, Tor^ii.,
SKATING   RINK;Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAUI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK md
PHILADELPHIA, via Mlagara Fulln.
For Tim�� Tables. -He.   addresu
GEO. W. VA'-X
*���',-: Al        OP p, HALL.
Eijl",!-*  und   A^rss  .tresis.
iTiM-nms, 10 ro l:J; afternoon
.-venl'iu;, T::l0 to 10.    A_t��!~
iie, BkiDMa i:ic    On S_ttfr_ay.
to n*. l:', ������chool culeirun nn.ler 12
i s r.ii'in -heii skat��s for 10c. Com-
iinit.ition li.-liet.i now on sale.   'Phone
v m.
Here's a Toast
Tn .h_ insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and who insure your property for less
than others.
All the- companies I represent are reliable C*inadi-in companies with enviable reputations for the prompt pay
ment of losses, and they charge less
for good risks than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire foi-
rafes, and you will be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE  YOU   MONEY.
ALPRED   W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ATV|jrit3M3 3L33 K
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PAGE SIX
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1WVSJ
1PHE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. FEB.
1905
m
PACtFtC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Oommencing January 1st train for
gaattle will leave dally at 0.13 am;
train tor all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train  for -Agassi z at   "..42   p.m,
TicKeta sold to and from all pewits.
Reservations made for. first i I b>
-lei'iier-*. t.url-j   -nd ste^ni.-r c1   '
For further particulars ana reservation, apply
KD.  GOULET,
Th- Edison theatre |   THE STAGE
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Cf-asa Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs.. Program changed Monday, Wednesday aud Friday.
Special Matinee for 1/idios and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:3m.
Brewster's   Millions.
~ \    ���'
i  The Cohan  and  Han-is
will shortly present In (hi-
i
COI
I
^^^ (linns
city "Brew-
-lel
���g .Millions" the most popular story
ever written by Oeorge Ban- McOutch-
eon.    It    is full of   humor,   and   tin-
Agent, .New Westminster.
I .
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen). Pass.  Agt.
Pass.
I
Vancouver.
Telephone 54.' P. O.
Oil ! 'I
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Si^its made to Order.
Columbia,  and   Mclnness   Streeta,
.,.��������������� ,i l _
draiiiaiic possibilities in it have 'been
developed In the stage adaptation mail,,
by Winch, 11 Smith and Byron Ungley.
Box 665 I It will le given rta Bjff8. liroscntaiion
in   the opera   nouse,  Thursday,    Keb-
| ruary  I li
Th,- role'of Monty' By.wste'r is taken
' by Robert Obor, upon whom the heavi-'
est 1.iinl.ii of the play rests.    [Jeter:
mined  in win tho $7.'iull,iir-ii, lel't' by an
iniii,.   providing   be   --pends   a  lnillion
left   bj   a  grandfather inside  n  yean,
Granite ware
.lust arrlted
ti' west designs,
Bpecl mir stocli
Full and con pi.te stock Braalt.ware, in all the very
and at  the lowest   possible   prices.    Call   in  anil   in.
:  no trpuhie to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
THF MALLEAEOZ K,
I 1 li. ijlADF, IN .SOUTH pEND JJJ
tlARDMAIN & CO.
��� Sole
NOTICE.
i    j
KQTICK Isl her.iby given that ; the
VanccVver rower Eompana Umjleil.
has this da? tlepcslten in the iiand
Registry Office in the City, of Nev.*
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of lt-
Westmin-iter-Chilliwtick Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through ths
_i_ni_ip-llt.es Of Suinas and Chilliwack and th*-' fwn of Huntingdon
ami the city of Chillivvaek, being soc-
t:ons four.(4) and five t'i) of the said
railway as shown on the said piah
and approved by tli" Chief Commissioner of1 Lands and' Works for tbe,
] Province  of British   Columbia.'
Dated   this    12th   day   of  .January,
BIO'J.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor  for Vancouver   Power Company. Limited.
li- embarks ;on a career with the Bole
purpose) of siieiiding the ������pillion. He
employs a big forci of clerjia to do!
nothing, buys stock that is sure to
go diiwri. deposits money lu tot(ering|
btilfks, is an aug.l to an actress, publishes hooks for P'.or Authors, and
crowns his "follies" by taking his
friends on a world cruise in a yacht,
and succeeds, when he despairs of
reaching the goal, hy outwitting his
friends. They judged him mad, ahd
would save him and his fortune |iy
Hol-tlng a signal of dl-tresfl on a yacht
in an awful storm, which requires the;
p.i.v iii'-nl nf Ilio l-etniiinin'g liart-million
dollars   for   salvage.     Every   moment
is a moment of activity.    The ivwr of 	
spending is there, ami he (las to (ighi j
j to become poor, hut by much    hard j>. o. Box 474
work ami greai  cleverness lv ln'coiile-
NOTICE.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St,, Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345.
Phone 105.
berland and South Westminster
causer (Tuesui,, and p,Way '
ll:30 p.r
i.m.-
tv
-,  List Burna)jy ,'
.   '2:90 BP^-H&tfttan, B/c3
2:00  p,ii.-L:,.:,,���r,    Por(
Westham I lan'
w��t.
^^^^^ and Sunburn,   di���
except Sunday; Wood win,]. Tue J'
;Thursdi^- iand' Saturday, . , Bt%F
Favourite, Capt. J. C. Bruce.   t^T
and received i.ia
pL
Mail Service
ton mail despatch, ,|
Vancouver.)
!     2: 3*^    p.m.���A'ar.couv,      Jd
'Siding, via G, N*. it. north.
4:00���Vancouver and Burnaby %
ivia B. :C. Electric railv,,      BatJJ
:in  extra mail Is .eupatchea to  V
toria via Vancouver al this hour '
Blaine and Seattle, Including airhi
S. points east and soutl
������Flyer.'
via G. n, n
Following are the hours of _e.p_tt-|     t'M p.m.���C. P, It. , :li,
u   I. ,in v,��� Wiiii- Pra__r Mills and;Coflultlau:
and arrival of malls at the New wtsi        	
the hour -.-ivcti in |
of clos.n-i
a rule,   h
li-il
No'tic Is hereby glVen that a reward of $250.00 will be paid by incorporation of the City of \. w W-8|
iplnster for inforniatiun that will load
to the arrest and conviction of the
pei-son or persons who pet on lire the
Dupom Hi ,c',i. on Ciliiinbia Sireet In
this City, on or about ile- Ijith in--t.
W. A. HINCAX,     I	
City Clerk.', Tuesifey) Victoria
! Citj   Hull.  N'.-w  Westminster, Jan.
3909.
minster post office;
each case  being  the hou
which is half an hour, as
tore the .actual deJ&atcn,
unless otherwise stated, lan: despatched and received ilt.ily except. Sunday.
The only malls dispatched    and    received Sunday are the C. P. R. south
and C. P, R. east mails, not incluii'ifiig
the   way   mails,    Sapperton,   Frai   i
Mills and Coquitlam.
Maiis Despatched.
tiion a. iu. (closed at eleven O'clai l:
the  previous  night)���Vancouver
(!. N. R, "Owl."
Note.���The two 7:30
mails, south  and  easl
all  points    from    New
east  (including  Langle
C Pin
mail! lor
- 'tnlnfi-r
ni'l diBtrici
All! mai)-.; via Port Haiuy.i   The 2:3Q p_n.Rp
R despatch omits all Lower Frjitti
points easf ot Coquitlaui .xcept Htl
Mfeadows, Port Han.' poi ,, ,,,
Webster's Corners,
Agus i/.'ahd Harris,,n ii,,- ,,
Mails for Pftrt Mood; nei im
both via Vancouver and C.  P R,
Mails   Receive-].
0:).". a.m.��� Ulalne ...
i a eluding all U. B, po u     . a .;. ���
"Owl."
-|_i
7:30 a.m.���Vancouver
viaj Bl
^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sumas and  Seattle,  Including .ill   U.
S.  points east and  south, and points
between 5-jjjw Wesi niinster and Hunt-!    3:3/|
aid  (except      9;00 to 10:00 a.m t,       q I
C    Ive,-.ic; 1,1
:.ii-: I* contjlor (Tu?(Wl^)
8:|J0 'a.m.*���Vitnv' ji I '.' *���rj
Tel.  53.        Res.   4-39
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
���
A.  JAMES. '  J.   McCLUGAN. |    *
:i':a!ly   a   lriuper,   wins   the   gill   hei
lovi s and realizes the 9.7-O'po',	
The  singing  of  the  play could   ijot'
be   hi'li.-r.     The   most  Striking  .Gene's
are In flip third act, which shows qhe
��� 'lyacTii oft n'hlch Mont,- is eritert-triina
Xthls  iri.'iiii-     The  - *.m-tii  is a master
X i
pMc of electricity' and hiechanlsm.
A.   HARDMAN.
Winnipeg   X500.000   Bond   Issue.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.   Engines
1 v to 25 ii   p., '.' and   1 cycle
value on the mark,
stock at
/
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,-bi'iuc i      2.     The     Cltj
passed  a  hy-law  to
10,1   *
ADVERTISE
IN   THE   NEWS
Winnipeg
Council   lav    nielli
nroyide for an Issue of half a million
I nds sterling in bonds qn tne Loudon market, the money io he u-'-"l
uu- |ocal Improvements nnd munlc)i)al
i,i,w.r plant. :
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
via B. C. Electric railway
2:30  p.m.���Burquii
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ m.���Blaine H  I        L
i.gdon. S.-., vi.;l C. "P. R. soiijth; ���alsa'.ciutung fc.ll 17. S. pplni I
C. Pi R. east, Sup-icrttin. and .'Fru^er      i
Mills. ('
8:30 .i in.    Blain. Snd   Seatt.
I eluding all U, S. points east and -   i
also all 1'iitiis between-New Wef::n'n-
' ster and  Blaine, via 0. N.  R,
��� .Note.���c.o,vd.il,   au.l district. jC.Clo-
' ver Valley, Surrey Ceutrp, Elgin, Allu-
.'���! and Kensington    Prairie)    li
Engines kepi Ip   ,,,,  , . :v.    Kells, Hall's P alHe     i I
v ��� ne   ; lespatche'. fai , fexcepl Sun-
la   ;     < l,i; '.ui,     Monday,   ("ueBday
Thur.-d !/  anj]    Satui lay .    "':��� a
and Bon Accord, W< Inei lay and
liao rLm.-4.Ba8i Bwrji
|-.::Q |t.m.-Waniojiv   . .     i. {\
In'-      Vi "'i  to  ll:Ou  :i.m.
Gulchon,   Weslliam   | -H
day,   Thursday  and Sal Mj*.
ward, via Bteami    Fi
ton despatched and i . Va-1
couver.)
12:"30   to   1    p.m.    C.
Sapperton, Fraser Mill |
lam.
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
1 ;00 p in���Vancouv,
I
and Fraser Arm.
' p.m.���Vii -
urday.    These  mails  ari   :��� I  *������ i  ved      :��� ,m.���Snmns
sanif days as despatched. ; eluding all !'. S. [".in
11:00 a.m.���V^anc.uV
Central Park, \ii B.
I
tVi     >',-  ,u :  ;,i, en HuntlngJoJ) md        v  '--I
C.  ElWVtT ���       i'      >:<--.   -.j.i   d   P    K. ' 1
Tentti Street^   ���   New WRstmlnsterI wa>*\  \ rM-ills
;  ll'i'ln   i,.in,   -.^���iiwv,.    li*l:l, v ,T{-j., *v "J.: 0< >
-C. P.
lMG3*mm*
Roast Beef of
is proveilbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold by
i . - . ' ��� ...
------------Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
!has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed arid
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT-INSPECTION.
< /
Co., Ltd.
( t
,  i
Pure Food
ors
i ���; i
Phone 101.
iL    i   I  '   V !  :,!(  |   /
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
): ll  I
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i i THE
I      I    7
EVELY-FORD SALES
COMPANY
1Y
\
OF TORONTO, ONT.,
have signed articles of agreement with
/m��
Dry Goods Merchant, New Westminster,
To reduce his overloaded stock of
$10,000.___! in Fifteen Days,
������ ������������������������������������������������*��������� t*.********************.***...***.....*..*.....**.*.*.*.*.**......*.*. ��������������+������*������������������������������������������������
Nothing like it
ever before
Down with the
prices���Away
with the goods
Turn them into money quickly.
T lat'j toe orders we've got. and
mat's the   reason  for 6uah   sens.
tior,,    price-cutting   on   all   stocki
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;n the    store.    There    art    Dress
Goods. Silks,    Linings, Trimmings.
jtions,    Flannellettes,    Shirtings,
Tickings,        Sheetings,       Muslins,
Sateens, Cretons, Gloves,  Hosiery,
Underwear,   Smallwears,  iRibbons,
Laces.    Veilings,1   CorSeW,    Belts.
���        .
Collars,      Furs,      Coats, j    Skirts.
 ���i	
���
Waists,  White  Cotton   Unjderwear.
��� i
Wrappers.     Rain     Coats,!   Under
'Kirts. Millinery, and in fact every
thing usually kept I rl a first class
-fy goods store.
Let  these  arguments stoeak  for
The  sale commences Friday
morning,   February   5,   and
will continue just fifteen days.
Doors open at 9 o'clock.
The store will be closed Wednesday
and Thursday in order that the Evely-
Ford Sales Company may go through
the entire stock to rearrange and
mark down the price of every article
of merchandise in it.
To taise so much money in so
short a time and move out so much
goods extraordinary sacrifices must be
made, embracing every article of merchandise in the Gordon store, and in
this city jof sales the Evely-Ford Sales
Company are bound to make the buying public of New Westminster beat a
track to Gordon's during this
15 Days Sale
4
4
4
4
4
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t
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��� hemselves and if you fail{to get ���
'���upply   from   these  genernl   t-cduc-
'ion* you will surely regret it
Kxtya  salespeople  wanted.
Apply to Mr. Ford.
The price tags speak louder than
words. $10,000 must be'; raised, and
the Evely-Ford Sales Co. guarantee to
raise the'amount in the specified time.
��������������������������������<*������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������*** : i    ��� i i        ��� ,
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REM1 EMBER   THE    PLACE
Adjectives, strong adjectives, superlatives and many of them, are required to do full justice to this
great sale.
Cash, courage, co-operation���
that's the powerful trefoil that is
going to make this a record-breaking sale.
Money making is not the consideration. Volume of sales every
day must tell the story.
Mr. Gordon prepared enthusiastically for the fall and winter
trade, too enthusiastically, for the
season iwas too mild for    moving
i '    '' i
the  heaivy goods, which  otherwise
 j ���1 **���*!���[ '���!
would have moved out early in the
|	
season.!   Now they have on hand
j
doubly jtoo   large  a: stock   and    it
 j 1 ! 1    I     a
must btf sold, even at a loss. The
 1 ,	
prices rharked on   the   goods   will
reduce the stock $10,000 in fifteen
days.    We   have the    goods,    you
aa_J ,. '     ii I '
have tlie    cash.    Vou    heed    ��he
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goods, We  need the cash-
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The t^tore and stock handled
during jthe sale by THE EVELY-
FORD 1SALES CO.. ' of Toronto,
Ont.
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NEW WESTMINSTER.
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RUSSIA GAINS PRESTIGE
\ vi iiiiwaiic move
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Bulgaria Will Pay Russia Indemnity of
$16,400,000 First Offered to Turkey
Three  Cornered  Arrangement.
istantlnople, Ft o. 2.   The    Poi
officially anii'.iince , todaj th'it it    has
ed  ELu   la       ff<    to i incel Tur-
ki j i l4ng| s-v-nilin ���   .������,.!��� ii.,t.��� 11!n ty 0��
Si   OdO,  in  ii, ii ..I  , a.,nii iii of   an
HnAJit.ni'ty to Turkey l.yjBulgaffed Voi-
, ii key's  R.sA in  tl ���  Eastern   I'.mime-
y,i::*iirii will ,imsv (.aj   i'ivM-i $:ti.-
.'".  wliii'h  i     ii.   amount of    In-
U'UiMi: y' fl_..   Bulgarians | offered   Tu--
|k; ;..     Rjissia ftlll   lo e   '$>,.i:0"."00  by
1 thi    I  SUsl-Ctlon   btll   Will  gklj   pn-stigo
<4)\y wltfr. ���-.,,, h natioaF,
orruts l.,- .        v '. ;. ,,. [n.
��� sl.    Rufjsiai <*. I   I'M-'   Mill.      finr,n-
i'i," iiiii v ",:i jjeb| will bear
���   ���       'wlilS    the    i ".    i   ���   iM   Will
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CRAZY :VO'UTH   RAN     :
AWAY   WITH   ENGINE.
.' ���'    '  it-ol       ' 2    -Wl.lKi'iit     H.(,!.
'    '      . .i      ii -I     > malum
in  the  C.N R    sards   yei      11.    and
a- a ci ii    nu lodg d in a
,, , ai tlie |H,iiiv s,t^tion charged with
jtlu- .1    ;i-iieli.iii , !' property, The yqung
, fellow, who Is believed to be aflfected
- . i
i mentally,   proceeded   tu   the  ('.' N.   It.
I yards, where ��. ~ard pngl'ne was stand-
I in-:  en   the   iraek   ur.guarfl.Hl,   tho  en-
| siii'��� i   and   fn,mar.  being   away    at
r     Hall Jumped into the rah of
iii- ��� rvine ami opened the throttle, and
started   down   the   track towards   ihe
wi?st end of the city. As he approached
the round  hous    the engine ran full-
illt. Into a car of beer standing on the
track,  smashing   in.   end of  the  car
nn,!  damaging  the  engine  slightly.
MY'
IC'S ARREST STOPPED
MILLION DOLLAR SCHEME
Tacoma, F.-l.. _.��� Joshua Klein,   the
ie,''  whn is  in jail here charged
with  trying td riiiirder Miss Dora t'ul-
bertson, declared today tn.u  _. came
weal    0  arrange   for  (he  eon-t ruction
elaborate inslltulion for his cult
in Seattle or vicinity]  but his arrest
put a stori to liis plans,
"1 contemplated the e_pe'ndviure of
aboil,  $1,000,000 on    th"    institution,"
aid .        "This nmiii >��� wo_,d ail have
come from uei'-b>  persons Interested
in iny philosophy.    We __*W    nave   a
number   of    instil ik ions    wnere   my
philosophy i*-4p*|W, but they are, so
to speak,   seal..!!.'    The world aud the
newspapers know nothing about them,
but nevertheless they make a chain of
Institutions    reaching    around     the
world." ,
I
MAGAZINE WRITER
FORFEITS  HIS BAIL
���
N< w York, V:b. ..--proughton Bran-
denberg, thi* imugatine writer who
was In lilted on a charge of grand
hire, ny as a result of his sale to   a
newsaapi-r ��lf an A'rtlclP ,;���legod to
a.. v>. '.been writ't.'ti', by; Ord.ver Clere-
land, tiileil to -ippear yesterday before
Justice Oo-iliug'to -nsw.-rl to the Indictment.
II;-  bu|l i.i $i:.00  \ibidh  waa glvtn
by .ij jlonrling comiiany, was forfeited.
I \ hi nch Warrant for nra'niienbcrg's ar-
resl ��a. Immediately Issued,
MASKED MEN HOLD UP
B*LOON   IN  GOLDFlfeLD
17 ���1_ i I j
Qoldfleld, Nev., Feb. ..���Three
masked men held up th.- Monawk
saloon, one of the biggest N.stabli.sh-
me_ts of the) liind'ilier-Jj and k<�� away
with $:S1.7 at an early hour this morn-
Ing. i 'ley have nm yet been'captured.
Entering the front door in Indian file
with guns drawn, they lined up about
twenty men who We't. in the p'latte.
Then on,- of them went behind the
bar. tupped the cash register) got a
key to\the safe, took hli thi- hank
rolls and tfoin sjiu-ksj hei could |ind and
walked c/it ofMhe'salbon. while the
o'hers covered his retreat. None of
those lined -up ivas molested*. Deputy
'lerlffs- are' workip qn the c)is.\ but
hnv* no" cle*J
Graft  Investigation.
Port \liht-r, Out., Keh. '-t--Another
session court of civic, investigation
held today before Judge O'Lcaiy,
ftiVleti Wrii^hL fofincrly of trie Ot-
U-sra dhr coiii^iinj-, tcstltiedl fontfc-
llctlng the rumor of the commission
divided ambng the local tnannglers oi
the street, railway, connected w^ith the
mirchase of cars,
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TRADE
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
We are still giv-1
ing   these   grand:
bargains.   As vou!
will  notice   below \
these prices, for the;:
quality   of   goods!
shown, are  some-11
thing out of the ordinary and this is a
chance for   every
good housewife to
grasp.    Nothing
pays like cash buying.
ALWAYS!
:
Look on the bright
side and use good
polishes. WE SELL
THEM.
Matchless Silver Polish.
Globe  Metal  Polish.
Brilliantshine  Bon Ami.
Aluminum   and  Gold   Paint.
Wellington   Knife   Polish.
Stove   Polish;   Black   Silk,   Nonsuch and  Black Jack.
Liquid Veneer and Lemon
Polishing Oil.
Mirror Stovepipe Varnish.
Johnson's   Prepared  Wax.
Anderson &
Lusby
Columbia Street
lull lbs. Granulated Sugar lor $5.75.
_��� ins, Granulated Sugar for $1.15.
Straight Grade Flour is one of the
its) pastry flours on the market and Is
.... cheapest at $1.25 per sack.
3 lbs. of Tea for $1.0u.
Avlmer Chili Sauce,    U bottles tor
I DC.
Victoria Cross Te.a, 00c per lb.
Mrs.    Porter's    Home-made    balad
���   sing, 15c and 25c per bottle.
California Home Brand Sweet Rel
ish, 20c per bottle.
; tins of the besl  best Sliced l.ne-
apple for 25c,
Hating and Drinking Chocolate, 30;
lb.
3 lbs. Raisins for 25c.
5 lb?. Tapioca for 25c.
5 lbs. Sago for 25c.
.: lbs. Poultry Food for 25<
i. Corn Starch for 25i
u pkgs, Laundry Starch for 25c.
1 bottle Mushroom Catsup, 25c.
T   pkgs.  Force  l'or 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 2i".c per tin.
���.ii's No. 1 Laundry Soap for 25c.
.:���- One Toil,-i Soap foi 25c.
, lbs, of fine Table Butter Cor $1.00.
', unities of Pickles for aOc.
��� .ttles of Worcester Sauce for 25c.
". t^ns of Fresh Herring for 25c.
I  tin of fanned Rabbit for 25c.
White Star  Brand  Baking Powder,
20c !"T tin.
Blue Ribbon Brand Baking Powder,
20c per tin.
Magic   Brand   Baking   Powder,   20c
. r 'in.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
NEVADA TO HAVE UNIQUE
EXHIBIT AT EXPOSITION
Miniature Mining Camp in i-U|| Operation Will   Be   Shown   at   Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific  Fair.
Carson, Nev., Feb. 2.���Nevada is to
have a unique .shiuit at the   Aiaska-
Yukon-Paciflc exposition,    i (,,. exp08-.
t i..11 management has asked sam *r,avi8
to put in a mining camp exhibit similar to the one   he had   at    the    midwinter fair In Sail Francisco in 1S94.
The old 'in camp paid its stockholder.)
a great d--.il of money, and now Davis,
as chairman of the publicity bureau,j
has offered to turn his concession over!
to the state and turn the proceeds to i
reimburse it for its outlay.
The idea is to give visitors a sight
of the humming Nevada mining camp
with all the operations of mining In
full blast, 'there will be a place to
display mineral and agricultural
wealth.
Jury Probes Panama Libel Case.
We
steam-
make a specialty
'1 and kiln dried.
of
E.
rd
i V
fir    doors,
W. E. Walsh
Factory:   End
Phone 413.
w.
of  Th
Nev
Walsh, jr.
Avenue,
/estminster.
New York, Feb. 2.���J. Agnus Shaw,
secretary of the Press Publishing company. It is understood, will he called
as a witness before the grand jury
investigating the Panama canal libel
case Counsel for the World said that
no one who might be indicted could be
expected to answer questions. Joseph
Pulitzer, president of the Press Publishing company, Is in New York
city. It was said Unit bis presence at
this-lime was on advice of his counsel.
li was said that he would be in New
York ready for any call trial might be
made on him in the investigation by
the federal government or Olstrlct
Attorney  W. T. Jerome.
French   Legal   Language
Du-et Now
Order a Piano
at once.
Winnipeg,     Fob.     2.--.Indue     Prud-
liomiiie today decided on an objection
to ;i claim filed in French, thai French
I was legal in Manitoba courts, provided [
iit  was  the native tongue i-i ihe person speaking it.
More Pension fo,- Widows.
Washington, Feb 2.���All widows of
veterans of the civil war. the war with
M.xico and Indian wars will be entitled to receive pensions al the rate
of $12 a month, if the bill passed by
the senate today Is favorably
upon by the house
Public Supply
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Two heads are better than one.
Both of you come and i hoose the
piano. Our stock of pianos i- barge
and varied, including many makes, Including uprighf and player, Every in-
Istrument is warranted, and has ^ mil,
I sw it lone, [jerfi ci mechanism, exquisite touch, and looks fit for the
I drawing room of a queen.
Easy terms.    Low prices,
J, H, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Nominations in Pictou.
Halifax. N. S . I ��� ll. - Pictou Con
servatlves yesterday nominated C E.
Tanner for the legislature bye-election
on Feb. 16. George Gray having refused tiu' Liberal nomination, R. II.1
McKay, of Westville, was nominated.
i
Fielding  Has  Audience  With  King.
London, Feb. ~. i Ion \V, S. Fielding was receivi d io lay In pri\ b te
audience b>   the  K in-, al  Buckingham
vn -, He i xpects in -.nl on the
\llan liner Tunisian on Friday.
House of Quality
20
PER
CENT
is   the   reduction  on
Fifty
Suits
selected   from   our    up-to-date    stock;
regular prices from $15 to $.5.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Zipfel  Makes Flight,
Berlin,  Feb. 2. - Armand ".tpfel, the
j French  aviator, suci led    today    in
i making h  flighi  In bis aeroplane   of
��� nearh   a mile ai an altitude of sixty
feet.
WHITES  TAKE   PLACE
OF  JAPANESE   HANDS
Taeoni'i. Feb. 2 ���For:. Japanese
mill hands, who had been employed al
the Nelson-.l>.li:iii-i ii mill, across the
sound from Tacoma, were replaced today bj the am.' number of white I
workmen. The reason assigned for the
discharge of the orientals is thai all
ill ��� orders had to b_ given through an
I intiTpiis, ; and in this way much valuable time wa.- lost.
\v<, employed the Japanese as an
I experiment," -aid .1 A. Nelson, presl-
denl of the company, today, "Of
course thej .worked cheaper, bul by
the time we made our wants known to
I them  through    the    Interpreter,    we
.found thai  we had losl  tniieh time.
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i��
J. Eugene Brown & CO.]
272 Columbia Street.
See Window  Display  Today.
������������������������
i
ATTENTION
If you have property of any description to sell,
rent, or exchange, either in the'City or District, it
will pay you to list with us at once.
We have the experience, organization and con-'
nections, and can guarantee you good service.
Mf.co.v_a F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. mmm*
New Westminster, B. C.
ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATED 1��J05
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Great Glove
Opportunities
We announce for this week the largest KID GLOVE
SALE ever held in the city. Stock-taking lias re-
vealed the fact that we have an overstock out of all
proportion for this time of the year. Our New Spring
Gloves will soon be on the way. and we must clear out
some five hundred pair of our Reynier Gloves at once,
Read further and note the rigorous reductions on all
the well-known lines in this make.
Reynier's Two-Button
Tan Cape Kid Gloves
Now $3.45 per pair
Regular $4.00.
The besl wearing Glove possi-
hie to buy'    all , sizes;    per
air   $3.45
Reynier's Twelve-Button
Glace Kid
Now $1.95 per pair
Regular $3.00.
Known iv the Si:a and In-
l.uiia Reynli r made, which is
sufficient recommendation of
their quality; shades of tan,
brown, navy, green and grey.
We have sold hundreds of
pairs of this line, which have
proved most satisfactory in
every way. On sale this weeh
��� in all si/.. -:   per pair  . .$1.95
Sixteen-Button Black
Undressed Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
Regular $2.75 and Reynier Made.
This line i    ;!v blgge I  snap
In glovi.- n hlch li;i-.s ever bei n
uffen i  in    this    city.    Black
onl)  an l on   iala al  a price
that  i   less  than  you  would
:     : ie,rt gloves   of   the
am,-   m, d. ;   all   sizes.    On
���   per pa Ir    $1.50
Long White Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
<'ivning out broken sizes In
threi lin. of white glaco kid
glove in twelve and sixteen
button lengths. Regular price
12.00 and 13.00. On sale per
pnlr   $1.50
$3.00 Long Cape Kid
Gloves on Sale
$2.45 per pair
As    erloi  i i aring glove with
asti ned   wrist;    inn
oni--:  all sizes.    On sale
pair    $2.45
9���.Mi fsiM-aris, l90o
W
wtYN!E
\0
Note these Lines
of Short Gloves
and the Reductions in Price.
Bonneval kid gloves In shades
":' tan, -.-������������ wn, navy, green,
i ardinal, grey, black and
white aM"*_Tzes, Regular price
$1.75.    On sale per pair $1.45
"Sita" Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Regular   $1.50.
Th.. . atlre range of this well
known liu�� in shades of Uin,
brown, grey, green, cardinal
and black and white. on <i^\0
in all sizes;   per pair   . $1.20
Leilia
KidC
-loves
on sai
e 95c
per pair
a limit
d    ������
11
ilnio -
::
and
Silk-Lined Mocha on
Sale Sl .45 per pair
Regular  $1.75.
5       I. -     .,;   g-. .
���      ' V. . ;
d iral le,    This   line
��� ���     ade
Olan Short Swede
Gloves on Sale
95c per pair
Regular  $1.'.0.
ol tan v
and     lack;   all
Gauntlet Gloves
on Sale $1.95 per pair
Regu.ar Prices $2.50 to $3.00.
Five styles to clear   .      �����
price in fapo kid an:       '���'-
A few odd lines
of Perrin's Wash
Gloves and Glace
Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Thn-.- lines In while
regular values $1.60. '
thi- weeh   - ;i
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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