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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, EL C"
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 22.
NKW   \\ I.S'IMIXSTER. B.  C. WEDN] ARY ,27   1i��09.
FTVE TEXTS PER COPY
IS
ON WAY TO 0T1AWA
iberal Elected Got 41 Per
v. ent of Total Vote Polled
C lark is Sore.
.   Jan.  2G - Ha\ ing    several
, ked away In his pockets, which
jvork reforms In this territorj  ii
)���   T. Congdon, the new mem
Yukon to the Canadian par-
left  . inlay for Ottawa
, |  the  chlel   reforms   advoti .
,n is a rallwaj line from the
transcontinental   line  direct
 ;,, relieve the freight con
;.i,.   He r-a.     ihi re :,- an
lich   inii :", ''ii ng   countrj
: , ���.- to w ork for the bi i
Qt 0| ��� ,,   laboring cl i ������������
, ion returns, ail  iu _a\
....,.-.  show   that  c v-
cent. ol the total vo i
.,.,  10;   Lowe, 20.
.   Kli i...   ,���     gltato
for ten  yeai       was    so
I thai  he w i ten a li
PUBLIC INSTALLATION
UF REBEKAH OFFICERS
Etulah   Rebekah   Lodge   Grown   Third !
Larger in Twelve Months���Many
Odd   Fellows   Attend.
LICENSING OF CLUBS IS AIM
Of BILL WORE LEGISLATURE
KINCAID SENTENCED TO       CRACK FORWARDS
ONE YEAR'S IMPRISONMENT
HAVE REGISTERED
A public installation of ihe officers
ol Jieuiah Rebekah lodge was held
��� frening al Lhe Odd Fellows' hall,
when In addition to a large cqmpan-
ol ladies; many members of the local
lodges] ni odd Fellows were presenfe
'I t,,. ol'iuvv. Installing were: Mrs.
Coatham, district deputy president;
Mrs. Ferguson, acting grand marshal;
Mrs Pearce, acting warden; Mrs, Insley, secretary; Mrs. Mulr, treasurer;
Mrs, Jiaker, guard; Mra Clark and
Mrs. ptamond, escorts, and Miss M,
Johnson, organist.
The officers Installed were;    Noble
nd,   M        Lulu   Fi a/.' ��� .   \ Ice tran I,
Mrs.  Long;    secretary,    r   S, Keith;
financial
Annual License Fee and Inspection of Premises Features of
Measure-Standing   Committees  Appointed ���
John Oliver Asks Questions Relative to
Jolls on Westminster Bridge.
id i ro*t ides for the payment
i I    ,i annual license oi  one hundred
��� ill  clu!)  premises shall
Victoria, is  c. Jan. 26.���The dehate ���i  the  revision  of exist
on ihe SBddress   a reply to the speech]! enacted  under formei  re
from the throne was continued this
afternoon by (' R, .Widen, member toi
Greenwood; Dr. W. T. Kergin,
Skeena; J. M. i'oVston, Cariboo, and
VV.    H.    lia, ward,    Cow Ichan,    , ach
, iking at  considerable length.
Should Assist  Farmers.
The  necessity of  Introducing  li
,
,i inspection  at   any  and  all
.,!,.   of  th,   v.i  ires of   ihe
ecretary,   j.   K,    McLeod.;   lation  for the  benefit of the agrlcul-
.   Mrs,   Levar,;   warden,   Mrs',   tural class'Ws urged by Mr. Hayward,
jco-iductor,  Mi        ; a,,   R   S.,  peclal stre-sl being laid on the Import-
John Oliver's Inquiries.
., ng*i liy lisi oi  'i
Iii     id  lo '��� onoi able  the
Ol   pu   lil       WOI ki      lias
X   i; ,   ,1       Pi arce;   I.   _   N   G., Mrs.
uspn ;   !!.   S    \.  i ���     .In
i.   S   A',  i; .   Mrs.  Jackson;   chaplain,
I      ���  ��� it , !���     guard     Miss
..    li ' ',   foi   - -1
���  icdmon on,    He openly
igrlned and sore.
,     Reduction of  Licenses.
a ���''    '!"J:     -���������"'      [fen    :  Insidi   vutrd. Mrs   McKercher.
Di   Ing    :,:���    year    which    has
ii,,, ,  hip  has   incri asi ,1    33
i ollov, int   i hi
ef sp    <b"-'    w ���"'���    de-
��� l.  and a  ,-liiirt   musji
led throiif
. -*���"*      wr.j(*|- OA|ini>iK,>*j   ,,i  pu  in- monies
THREE-CORNERED GONTE-T 	
���___
L      ���,   Jan   2G,    B    ,,  von
to 8
.   ,),. il ton           council
nlgl
dfjpide 1 against  a  reduction    of
liqw
i
ance ,>!' assisting the  rarmers  to
v ,   ol  their produi i   ���    eclal
and  ;; iii     Expoi I   trade In thes,   I n i
:., ,,i ; imm n< | li oi il in tl
Ith  a  certi   ,    measure    of   en-
nt  I      i      ���   -viernmel
live indu    r;    onld be i)
Roads Expenditure.
Mr.   i'oi kston   (Wat ral)   in bis
e pai llcular attention
.:       in   . r    i'i
Pearl  Pirates Attacked.
,,.   ,|;,n   v.     A'o , ,,       jusi
eivi'd 1     ��� u   i   ���"
nil
...     ,      earl  fi
.,   h a   killed   in
patrol   boai    Its��
.:���      Iral
LIKELY IN COHOX-ATLIN
, n
Michael,   of  Alberni,  Is   Mentioned
Conservative Opponent   of   Tcpi-
bleman   and   Joe   Ma'-ttn
irrts  to Australia.
.���dm lassagi
���
���.,1i in
.   ...        i , ,i
faa on  ihe
ire    ,,   .
BIG 3Ai i     r  i -��rs,u
IN   SASKATCHEWAN
, lar)   i      Tli        i -   evi ;-y
earanci sl    In    Com< s
Atlln.    The  nomlni i       i u   on li
Cumberland al a date
in   thi   neai   future.    A bi i ieopli
aj thej hav   the end t of j.
i Atlln and Pi
Rup, rt.     P i ilcBi   li     .rn i    the
members of the g< rernmeni have ol
:'��� ���,; sup] ort If a conti bi I dei Ide I
on. Mr. Michael, of All ��� mi, Is n
��� | a be pro ia ������ cai II ; ��� The
other two candidates would ' i Hon.
lam Templem.au an ! ,!osi ill Mar
tin, K.C
i.i"  Cariboo, makin
polnl - agalnsi thi    olii j of the
od thi :
I;,,:-i   some ol   thi        m
;i    S]   aki r's i ight.
Committees Appointed.
The  following committi
.vim. i ���     Pi Ivate   bills,   mining,   iail
municipalli i   ,      agricultural
:,   accounts
Licensing of  Clubs.
A   bill   was  Introduci I  i ela i ���,
, nsing of clubs   in    ell l< s
in miclpalitli s     'i he bill,    which
to   i-e    comprehensive    in
to
and
lied    ij
John  0
, ,"l ,     ',,     ,   ,
,
wi .,   ,. tdi
li
luring
,���         '    :   ���
i   -
.
���    ;
ihi
,
��� < '
,,
1
l
..   '
,,
bi i :,
'  v
1 1   '
*
during
'.,  fiscal
i
P     whai
,,,
-' sin ii
,'\
penditure mad
;!.   To whi
���
���
I \
,   bei ii  eb
Mr.   Oliver   Wlll
���
lion oi
.1)1"
ommlssloner i 1 works
���
low-
ing qui sttons
1.    Did    the    a
in,-nt    "in
iloy
\     '    '    ;         i
ank   "r
Chllllw
Charge Again Reduced to One of Com- 	
canon    Westminster Team Secures
Urged in Defence.
Joseph Kiin..ul was found u
yesterday ol an assault on Odin Lee
ai Whonnock on Christmas Eve, and
en enced to twelve months' Imprison-
nn nt, to date from the time of ins in
oarceration.
The case had liist  been an   ndii
Hen;   ol   manslaughter,    Lee    havin
been found  dead    on    the    C.   P.  R.
iracKs after    the assault,    but
Four Signatures From Vancouver Island Men,
Following the action of the Thlstli a
ni bringing over Vancouver Island men
io play here on New Year's Day, the
Westminster football team has taken
precautionary measure! and secured
Lhe registration of John Hum n and
Percy Hooper, crack Nanaimo forwards, -md a. Adams and Hartley, of
reduced  to one    of    doing    grievous I the   L,adysmith  team will  also    sign.
bodily  harm,  and  after hearing    tin
iitinui d i
Lester David is Suing Swift
For $215,000 Due on Big Mill
, .1 a 11   v,     11 1 s    i
:. !, i , ompan ,
ol  i,ni,i in
I.an I     coin
nv     coinjianj     wlll
' ,,    , ...,  families    In
'   ' ettl  i heb  hold ni
CHORAL   EFFECTS   IN  "UNA.'
Toronto's Unemployed.
.--, ��� v
I'.ivi      Qu
van's   "I'
,;     nun
jiou.*     allegory,
���ii"."  differs   from
bni'i.  Jan.  26.
Th
r   I'llv   COUUCl
il aiioii,. r $2000 tor the    un   ,;,,��� until he reaches the eternal cltj
��� ne- in all $10,0	
Human .-
.  I
dividual
the lime
the
Hun
'ilgrlm's  Progri -;- ily In
., ,,, ;;,'i iind 'l isle- ic ���,', JfornV
pilgrim}  though
nevertheless    a
" ���, nil     ol'
Ingle iu
who-r career is traced from
he l"'iv, a the city of Destruc
���Red
ftelliugham, Jan   26    There Is a    I
law  still in progress In   the   supi   loi
coun ni  King county, at Seattle, Les
I ier W, David has brought suit again I
Edward I'. Swift, A. D. McRae,   V, n.
dson   and   Peter  Jans, n  for   paj
.menl   due  Iii iii  on    locks   ml scribed
ti the Fraser River Mills, Ltd., of
I'...", Mill-.. It. ��'| Tbe defendants
are alleged to 11;��� y��� > defaulted pn their
paj nn ins during the recent panic nn I
ask, il for extend,ni i, which were
gran "J. Th ��� defendants asserl thai
Mr. David guaranteed a certain
amount of timber, and on thai ac-
".Hint tbey pm off malffng their payments,     During    Sentembi r    tli.-    de-
��c
has
WJ
Hi
-Old  Moderates   In   Dawson.
on,   .im    26.���The   cold
iki a.    I'm   ih" past two
the   thermometer   lias    rangi d
 vi nt \   I,, low. bul   toiler is showing Blgns of
ilon    For two weeks I raffle b)
I" ail directions has been sua
ni ai, mini oi the ii,:, n e cold,
INT OUT  FOH
'SOVEREIGN   MANAGER
I
cai,  I. n   26.     \i   three o'clock
��� i'   a  warrant   was Issui d
am si of W. Qraham Browne,
manager    of    tho    Montreal
"i the Sovereign lank, on    a
11 i Bulng false returns io the
ini' ni.
s ii ns,'i'<    more    human    hero,
Crosse,"  represents rather  the Christian ehtii'eh,  personified as onj man.
Und bis viv,'inure- are tb ��� varl ius his-
(;,,. ,,,,i fxlgencii    of the church as  'a
���'' ���v''",i"'     ;       ���    f ) ,-i i
|���   the <iii"iiill.\'   1 'in   D* k_Ul .-I   -Ml-
taia,  thi' approach of  the    ni_h|    of,
:, evince and    viiierstition    (the mid-
,,,, ngea  i   welcomed bj the power's, of Magnate of c. N. R
barbarism, whose rites are represent-
, ,i i;s jusi  concluded,    and    by   the
[mplflninded iwa-antry. During the
night tie powers of darkness invoked,
by i lie enchanter are represented by a
weird chorus sunn by the male
voire,, and the barbarous nations by
the BpOranOB and altos.    Both unite In
nts  wore on I       ...
pel's  "          rved on thi m and a Bull
ii������       ���     s',", I, \.hlch wa   pa������ dtu
���'������;      i    .    pa; im nls    tmountln
���    00 -ii  ���       ���    i Ine    and Mr.
11_      alleges thai the defendant owe
.'ut,  $215,00    hall of  which  Is past
Th    di i', n l ints filed a wi ii a a nsi
.Ir.  David  for   $15Q,     allegln |
'',��� '    ,,   ui , hi   iiirini ity of tin,'v      i i
','  fir",i !i d,     iiiothfer   wilt   again I
Mr.  11 >',    i  Wdl   l'v   $1 i  '     Tli, .     ���
on account of an endoi ��� menl he
mai ��� on sour pap< r for the co.mpanj.
Mr David la now In 1/ ndon. uui will
be back this month.
MANN M TIIKEE OPTIONS   DISPATCH IKOM OTTAWA
FDD VANCOUVER TERMINUS    lilVES WRIIMi IMPRESSION
Lines   May   Pur-   Only  Six Convicts Escaped from  D. C.
Uie triumphant effects attained by tin
Capcnters Get  Raise.
���&S
Wtj
Pi
art
!   ���
na, Jan. -jii.��� Contractors be-
to the Toco-ma Builders' Bx-
have notified the memberB of
pendent    Carpenters'    Union
eginnlng    Juno  1.   carpenters
Paid $-1 instead of $3.50 per day.
is will be paid $���>, and other
: in proportion.
It., i
an  Steamship Wrecked.
aralso,    Jan.    28.���The   Italian
f' ���> Santiago, belonging to the
Iflo line, has gone ashore on
- near Calmaders, a Chilean
and is  n   total   wreck,   There
loa- of ufe,
retains! ���
Eden al
Crosse.
ipna
of
���the i-ins  ind   queen   pf
the reunion of una and Red
chase   $3,000,000   Property   Near
Second  Narrows.
Vancouver, Jan, $6.���Safely reposing
iM 11 p. Mann's pocket are three op
lions on  waterfront  property
Penitential /��� Present   Officials
Not Then In Charge.
���     means Blgnlfles that l  ���  ���
"en   will all be seen  playing in    the
i' ,1 and blue al an ��� ,u Ij date, but
1 - i to- citj i vi m to draw on
ihi in tor assistance should nece
a Ise, I, employment can e Becu -< d,
ii is not Improbable thai the Nan,, ,.,>
men maj come here to reside,
A club meeting was held lai I ev�� u-
ing, al which a number of minor matters were dealt with . The delegate to
ue, s. ll. Davli b, reported that
��� , had bi ��� n reiiiov, d f v.i
i. ii k.    Il   was Btated  a-    had
��� ���   on S-atiir-
>  rani i mi al     �� ere    con pleti d
>', v ii, the N'a
daj   in   Vancouvi        i
ii   Steffi ,'    '\a
I ou certain    aci ounl     I i
trea or pa; mi a . and to pa \
,,       "l     tl       '    fOl     p    ���-���"!>.
ii  wi    di cidi ,l  lo continui
afti      inei   Ing   expi
aci    of i hi i lu i are again low
with no match ���    for the pai tun
\       nn "i iii.   mati h ��� xpen es
ha    o   ,       h   ., the leagui
���" etnr;    who i an i laim 10 per cent
���   ,    ���     ,
In thi
oj     have h,nl    Hub
wa�� ���������''' hereon aatunlaj-, at  ,       (      ,,   ,.aIn  lheJ    exp,.(        lhem.
Mm, worlti v executive mi I confident ol     i .     i on S
esentatives ol  thi   i oal  mine ,i,,
in  nu   Crow ���   S*e      Pa -      |        team    toi    s laj   \>
���' ' trouble v elei om ihi   foil   a ing: Bar >ar, ������
ndicate i I      ���. Saul, Kli bj.    Sawyer,    Carsi
��� ��� n   nv i,   : ������ Hayes,  Shawcro       li hn ion,   M iG
ii   wui   ultlmati , n   Hannah, K.i.i and i
, a   -1��� i    eti      ad   ,'i - ���
tween   ill"  eiliplo and   Ihi End of Scott  Furniture Co.
r ���   meeting wa     ilai  led anil carried 	
without   any  publicity   ol   detail   I    \\ linipeg    lan   26     f       Jco     Pi)
evldence prisoner was found guiltj of
a common assault,
\Y. F,  Hansford  prosecuted, and C.
,\    i',,,,,, ,1. feu led,
For iii,   defence Mr. Craig    pleaded
provoi, ind    the   prisoner   was
called on ihe stand, claimed  Lee bit
i i   and  that  the bottle mighi
have been b     en a   I hi j struggled on
th   i ound,
His honor,  in summing up, bad no
h      uion in i o ;li, concli   o
hi \' "lit     la J mid
liifnii    .',��., di
Prison ul a        ed a i
out oi    ���'   ��� i   ..   li    pro
, ��� \,
nd kicking him
HINtWORKERS MEET OWNERS
IN SECRET CONFERENCE
Temporary   Understanding   May   Ltod
to Satisfactory  Agreement   and
Avert  Strike.
, .
lan, 21
oui
oi  menl ion un 11 thi
all   left   lh,    town
i in I pant? had , nil nn  eoinpanj ha    ��d i oui ll      pel
:" i'     n        I will   o e -in --
ABSOLUTE   PROHIBITION
ADVOCATED
N   UTAH
I'
II. L   DIVIDE   REWARD
I-Ort CM I- I UHt_ UF  JElNftl
ol.aiiii      bU   nni4i Vi     a*    ���
��� i   ewdrd oui reu toi
, Icuon of the mur	
-, n .,, li i ��� i rn j  ������ la >i J one-
i    i  ine \) li ,,.'inj y ,
Sail  Lake < Ity, Utah, Jan   26
uibitlon   thai   shall  bi   ��tati �� di     and   ��� '   ' u nd  n i toi
duti        ilie inn i,t ol  a  bill  Intro   ���      '   uvlcuon ol   hi i    i of .'I
tlui ��� d Saturdaj In tii" law ��� ��� bi anch
"i l lah' li gi lative assembly. I'ndi
ii i,i"\ i-iotis the manufai ture, sale or
tree di pi using of Intoxicant ��� i - pro
hjblted To ohiaiu liqlior from th ���
drugglstH ii- w ill be ni ci a j lo pre
unt a ipeclal prescription, which musl
filed with the i ���    Viola
i
lion nl thi   law   will be con <l i IK il   i   u
misdemeanor,
Pans Printers Strike.
��� uuni ���   Ull il.     I ll ���  a ,\ ,ii d     u   -
in; ,,-;,,   ..,,,,. Mjj|
ni- ottn   ��� I     i   ' ,.i in-  . S
lute 8| am,   "t    i he    nrovini
�� e" iiaiin. ,1   ,,   ji'ii i mn   . ,
������
. w a
oi,i  in,,   _���    un    a,nu.
led i       iih ��� n   \\ uliam
.i.nii"
i
ell   IMHV
I i,l,-
Dal mi,
11    \ V 11   i I
i ��ham, atifi   t.
i     s   ,i   Ua
��� i     |J    Mini-,  oi   \\ lei
i  ,: ie     .,,  iKn on in
llnotypiei ���
..���wstumcis   HtrllPk      lo-i     Loijg^oat-Slii'Ublj   H.ic^ Postpon
IJ,     llll.l',ase'il{    WH
DRUNKEN   INDIAN   GIRL
OFFER  OFFICER $3000
an
Taoojnu, Jan. 2ft.���-May PeOni
[ndlan girl, arrested on a charge of
drunkenness, offered Desk Sergeant
Rajtnojiil $3000 in cash and a kiss if
he wollld release her from the city
Jail, The girl has $30,000 in cash in
the bank and owns v-luable lands, the
property having bee_ left to her l'v
her father. Though deeply Intoxicated
sho wits much mortified by her arrest
and imprisonment. She was fined and
released today.
French-Canadian Treaty Signed.
Paris, Jan, 25.���A supplementary
commercial treaty between Canada
and France was signed on Saturday,
In Van
rtiiiiv'ir. and on the return of the Ca-lthan ll prisouei
iniiaii N'oriherii official to Vfhicouver,
one of these ^ites will be chosen as
the Inll water terminus of ihe 1 iini.
I , best property la said to be situ
nted on Burrard Inlet, and Just this
B](]e hi ih,- Second Narrows, and the
option that is held Is declared to be,
onl) for a few'days���until Mr. Mann's
,.,.1,1,11 to thin city. The pHce is
placed  at. nearly $3,000,000.
one of tlie propositions that wns
put before Mr. Mann is supposed to
Im v.- been an offer from Great North
,,,n agents to sell the rightof-way
from the V., V. & E. and the property
j���st east of the Hasting mill. This
land Is not so badly wanted by the
Hill line now that waterfront has been
obtafned on False Creek. The third
.>fr-��� r is said to have como jointly from
the Great Northern and Northern Pa-
eiflfl with a pro-iosltion to share in
the terminals that, aro to be constructed for thosp lines on False Creek,
\ despatch ha <       n sent oui n	
Ottawa with refi r< nee io the provln
clal penitentiary s, latlng that no tu
caped during one
;. vir fruni the B, C. j,"iiltentlar\. This
covers a period from March liui; to
March 1008, bpfore the present warden
wns appointed, and the complaint
about I-ix discipline ts resented by
the present official- As a matter ol
tact, only six convict escaped from
ihe loeii! Institution during the twelve
months referred to, Ibis number in-
cludlug tto Indians who escaped from
iVrJghl island, and BH1 Miner and his
three i oropanlorlsi
BRITISH   CABINET   MEETS
UNDER POLICE PROTECTION
London, Jan. 26��� Evidently fearing
violence of some kind, pessttlly a demonstration on the part of suffragettes
or the army of unemployed, tko, tpeni-
bers of the cabinet, tr^lcjl _{|B|ee--
slon today, ,are b-lnj closely guarded.
Once today thousands of men approached as closely as tbey ^aro,d and
)*e)lod  d��>fjaiw\lit ���
(
mm.
Parll    Jan     28,   ��� All
on   lh^   Paris   news-impels   Struck      to- j     Loiigboat-Shiubb   Hac�� Postponed  |
night'lor .iji'iia-.ise-iii wagp4.    IU- '    \  ,  '   .    .      [
p'ubllaBei     wen,   ��� xpa-piifi:-.   iti"   -l,rij."4      | ������   * ��� I / .Inn'  -li f 9 f. \ tj|i*f' |
ami bad mad,    iriangements foi  hand one ol the pron i ol the Longboat
oompoaltorK. sum   ,   marathon  racp    chpduled    to
 1 ' he i^u at Madison 8q_are Ibnlght, an
WESTrMINSTER   MEMBER IUOUDCed lodaj   ibai   the ral id   "    I
ATTACKS   TEMPLEMAN    postponi   I  until  I'-l',  5, owii^ to an
  jut) i" Slmia.-'- fbol
Onnwa. J hi   26,    tTakrng nan In the  -
dehatejon    lie    dd p I'ldiM, J    |i , Pr'ma'U  of Canada  Dead.
Taylor,   \l
P., said, wiiii i, ferenie   to
Immigration question, thai
th,
the Aylesworih election bill would
have (BifranChlsed 3000 Japanese In
his constituency,    He challenged  sir
\\'i|!i'|Jj. I,am i.i In point In any wain
of pati-ioti-iii 011 the pan of British
Ciiliimpii Sir Wilfrid bad Indulged \t
a high-flown dream   a Japan
Toronto, Jan 26 Vrchblshpp iSwe it
man. primate of all Canada, died al
i:;n o'-lo'ck , -stl 'dily' afternoon' _1 '
ter being ill n wck of pneumo-Hf. He >
iu hi nls geventj lir-t year, The last
nffbiiil function over which Arch
Wg_-P HwHatmaii presided1"' w_s the
consecration of  Bishop  Farthing    In
liHiig at anchor In Canadian    Pacific , Mom ������ a).
Writers  to  resi nt  an   invasion  of  Can  "*
adn.    "Man  invader (nines,- said   Mi.   EX-SHERIFF  APPOINTED
Taylor,   "British Columbiana. h_avu H'r.
feet faith in lb- British ^laV./ fo |tn>-   -   I
OEPUTY
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Helliiighuin,   Jan.  36.���And
AT   BELLINGHArvn
���- :   ,;   '���'.  .    .. ':    ���*-
lect their shore-." Mr. Taylor spoke llelliiigliuin, Jan. -0, Andrew Wil'
Of Hon. Mr. Templeman as being as liamS, ex-a-erifl Of Whatcom County,
dead as Julln-  Caesar, a*ng said thai
William  Sloan hud l*eh deputed
l^rl^g him to Ufe.politically.
,, ������i       ������'���"      I
Spokane Population 118,500.
this morning was named as a deputy
>  United Btates marshal with -flM-i at
)'., lliii.iiain.
Wilwuns, durlps hi>j adintnistration-
,,'ieiiif of (What com County, pce-pm
, pUsheiUMJine- good work, tils best qa,tc;i,,
Spokane. j��n. 26.- Spokane now has [being that of Fred Doane in _onpw
poputollou "I   11.VJQ0,' according  to \ tion with t/w inunUir.of 4Hdl_ .ftfp^.j
tV��flstimate given  out   byi.the
WirSciory company
I'uit. lot BMna, |Wiho was .kiiled,,la iefi h,o}u'
and hei    odv burned.ii   .,,,. ��, s,,\
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. MNUA^v 27
1%
���:- Lost -:- fo. |
S for Sale ���:- To Rent -:��� t
LICENSING OF CLUBS
IS AIM OF NEW MEASURE
ned from Pagi  One.)
WANTED    Daj    v
Bradbury, P. 0., city,
WANTED ': i >   RE i V    M< leni
furnished   two 01   three       m .
ply N  ��� Ice    fter eight  i
;,   an        ���       ,       ,  Coqultlan
���       h ,      year 1908 ?
k an I for
,,:.,.'        i'     .        ;    ,.
POUND    Roj'al Bank of Canada ban work'.
book.    "v. ie .   can have    si tat   wa .mount    ai I   or
���    ; ,' '        li       oil
for this advertlsem nl
,aud  pa;
LOST    Bla< k an I ti n Airedale terrl -,
.lid for ��� ,', ih work '.'
I,, what   vote  was this expi i ll
hai     I '
6.    V hat au1 _orl        id        goven
eight months old.   Reward    11    re- ��� ,..���   ;, ... making this expenditure ?
turned to F.. A. Macrae,   Bank    ol      7,    \- who.-,' requi   I  wai  tho work
Montn al
8   Are ther   any arrears of charges
' OST -Near Sixth avenue and Eight .    (_,_,,_ m ,]_ r,1(1,lithim dykIng
stn it, Irish terrier pup  about i
months ol I.     Finder will be reward
��� l      Notify 'v ���   iffice or P. O. Box
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO
Supposition
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Jan. 28,   Devil's Au< tion.
i'v      t -  Brew ter's Mil,
Feb.  13 ���Jane Eyre.
Feb.  23     Daniel  Sully.
1.*. 1,   .-,. Tlie Burgomasi ti
March   L.    Kerry   Gi w.
March '  \  Si    born Clndei   I] 1
March  19.- -Uncle Tom's (',
24.���Harry Beresl
April  2     Marrying Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28
June  10.-
Ordc
rs
Ta1
;en
Foi
Chimney
Sweeping
-The Glngerbred Man.
-Nat  Goodwin.
T_!cd1i<
164
leiepnone
Thomas Peters
"WATER   CLADSES   COI
ACT, 1897, AND AMENI
Vancouver Power
Company, Li
POUND   '.,   ���
to this offli
Owne
WANTED    v
\    ;>���   Ri .  1  city  P' , Co
lui lbla    tree!
We are still giv
ing    these   grand If
bargains.   As you1"
will  notice   below
these prices, for the
! quality   of   goods
some-
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��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������'>������
EE
9, 1 1.. dn 11 what I ��� such
\.  d, and for what period 1
1 am        rue ?
Mr,   ( liver  will I ���    honoral le
il-
l w -i       1       ns:
Through Our SHUR-ON EYEGLASSES.
THEY  WILL PLEASE YOU.
(H-.-
DRUG
STORE
West-  gpf)\\7T]L       ai'^
!, ���. ig    the    twelve months     ,x."" ' ,,
ad.ngDec si,   * 'tiling out ot the or-j-
2.   Who w��      the toll
Eyes tested free and all optical   work   cjuarnntced.
v *���.�����������������-��������������������������������������-�������������������������-���*���������������������*�����������������������������
EASTERN   1 apit il   rca
gate legitimate i
U .. ier 0    :   "������       1 1 Colum-1 Ployed, ai
. .    Addr ���    In first  instanci , svll 11 each ��� i same perl >d?| ^"L.
full   partlcul "I      Itai." care -    :-"   "' -    ' ���'   ,]
Noble & Co.. Molson's Bank build- '     ^|ffOOCl    liOUSOV, 1��Q   tO
Ing, Vancouvi r.
Miliary and this is a
|chanc( every i
th    N' w   vi    ii 1    er city
_
'-���,: 1   I.    liscontlnti       thi   im-   \ "V3,S^3.
WANTED���Position    by    experl   u                       : tolls for the use hi New
lady  stenographer.    Accusl        ,   !     .      ���    inster  bridge?
law work.    Apply A. B., thi   office       I     ii .   an*,               nt been      1 l< _ (,
�� ������-���1                 . ,   Brlt-1 lllgj*
BOUND���Purse   containing    .    a   ol   lBh ,.          .,     .,,,-;,,  .,��� COm-
money,    etc.;     owner   can   rei   ..        ny   .���...                  ,,f  the   - .Md-
.. Insti r bi Id " ?
.    If bo,  1 111 the govei . .     tu
N 01 hi n g
p . rs nke cash buy-
-'uer and
same by proving property and paying for this advertla   _em     Apply
0
David Saunders, cr>: iu r nf C lumbla
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
TO RENT���One large furnished    bedroom, ni ar library ble for two
.'.Is 1 two . nail ones is n
;, le.   Apply 287 Victoria
1 1 les of such agre ��� 1 nl
I he  Hi  '   i foi
fO ;'h?
n   tion
ivi
%h
it
Sh�� ;p Hu I -M-dry in Canada.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services require! from 1 to 0 p.m lis. Dr.
Jon es, Royal avenue.
TO   RENT���Suite   furnished
suitable for llghi hi u iek< eplng. apply to Alex. Speck.
Un    eni ''."'1
ia Canada"   ij J
, ha .  :
'Sh
ask 1
a's    th ,:
1 wha    ,   ,
,;' ��� 11        ep   "������
ng Lompany
*j> _r
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
.1
Lh     ,    ick   1,  ..   ,1
������:.* has
���. ctlcallj   all   thi
���i,   ni thi   . heep
province he   maj
VBSTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT   scribing   the   Ide
���QENC.    Under new manae m ' n- ������  l'���������
266 Oolumbla street. Phone 366. P.O   ' ry   and  descri o|        . n   :
box 807.    Can supply yon wltb aH P��P    1;'   '"   ''���      Next h
kinds of help    promptly,    free   or   ���'   ��� practical  waj   I ���   Ung ol
charge.    Branch office. 1   '   iorrlova   ' commercial I   1     Ing   lock    Mutl  :.
st-eet weet. Phone A2750. Van ' a-s a  highly sp cialized  in
'it? B C. ll"''*'  w'   '   '������ v,'in"' ;'n'' '
  - , ,  ,,;,���   in Grea     Brl'.ain. a;
louse for 3 ��� .,;���,    ippn ,  lately  ,i-
Apply 215  .,,. j,.,-,        tern   ���    [ini')
o;
1
mil ���' ' ��� ���(' ���.     1
, ���   1  Su
ir     ���   , -
I trai
I   s   past i'..
the eh' apest al ���   "
0    v'a for Ifl.l
'     ier Chili ��� , ice,
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for!
Manuracttirers and Dealers tn All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc.
jFish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Te!ephono!l2. New Westminster
V
I
' rrj
lb.
iaiad  	
I 1  '
i
TO RENT���-A furnl ' ��� ������.
months; board owner.
Twelfth   street, between   Fifth   1 n  Canada.
Sixth avenues.
1. HEras
1-    -':
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
���Family trade a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   tight str:et
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
doe    '    treatm mi of the subj ct iti .
ng and curing pro
���   il  ,   i,",i Ij  for :h"
Th, .1 come se tl ms on handling
i     . ig, wi ile ��� an 1 feeding,
h 'using, weed d v 1 n mle    etc,
ubji ct  exhau tlvelj  tri ated ac
.-  to the  practice  of  the  most
1.: hi , herds.
Killed  by  Live  Wire.
i" William,    (int..    Jan,    26     D.
wa       ectrocuted yesterday af-i
��� ,      n.   11"  v ii- a city linesman, and
In contact with   a   llvi    wire, j
I'     d  was    instantaneous,    Tlie    ,.
. ',��� 1    . imarrii d
ng <    icolati    31
er  Lh.
.;;,,,   i   .        for 25<
5 lbs,  1 for ."
Sago for 2   ���
P
,; pkgs. Corn Starcl    or 25c
5 pkgi    1     -,'i      S       '    ��� :    ������
1 bottle MuBhroom Cats ip, -,
7 1 kgs, Force fur 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 2Zc ix-r tin.
8 bars No. 1 Laundry Soap for 25c.
8 bars fine Toilet Soaj
3 lbs. ol  1111-   I'a.. le I Utti - for S1.00.
3 bottl  . 11. Pick] v for ,   c
3 bottli s oi' Wore ster Sau
3 tin;, of  1'iv h Herring for
l tin of Canned Rabbit for 2
\, hlte _ ar  Brand  Baking Po\ le��,
: Ic per tin
''��s')4CK>'''C-*o<-'0*<-*-40#0*0*0 0*040*0��0*O*C)0��-��O*O*O��a��Q
Accounts of Orgaiiizations
��� lurch Societies, Fraternal Organizations, Clubs, Trade Unions
and uslnei Vasociatl n will find it 1 nvenlenl and de Irable to
havi lu   i in ; - in     Savings Account, subject  to the control of
" or i         cers,
'..'������ maki   , specialty of this class of business,
CONSUL! WITH J8 TODAY and we will le pleas-d u, . v.-
full details explaining our system.
-Ti.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
5    NEW  W-8TMIN8TER,   B.  C p.  B. LYLE.  Manager.    *
O#O*O*0*0��-*00*OK540#0��0��0 (_��� -^O^0-0*C^CXD40*0*0*0��040
I\     Blue Ribbon Bran 1 B k ng P
Northern Crown Bauk
n
1
L-OC
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
AuthorizedCapit.il $6,000,0:0
Pa'd-Up Capital    $2,200,000
Our facilities far collect.no, and remitting money should be
employed by all business men to whom promptness is a consideration.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
i,K_.-._-7_u^EM_
nk of Montreal
KSTAIILISHKD JH17
114,400,000.11"
111,000,000.00
CAPITAL	
RESERVE j	
tranche, throughout Ciaimijiiaiid Nowfonndland. and   in   London,   Engiaud,
New   York, Chb-aso ifiA   Spouane, U.S^A., and Mexico City      A    ten
em! Banking  Husinesi. Tramsact-.d.
-.etteri of Credit Issued, available w1 ti. correspond! nts In all parti of the
World,
������vlngs Bank Department.     Deposit! twelved In suini* of $1 nu. upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent  per annum (present ratel.
Total  Assets over  JKS.iHlO.miO.ftO.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   I.. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. .,. $6.50   "      "
"mina; $5.50   "      "
Mc.0;? -rrip.V Cn l!0KR A-n ������ mkuchaxts.
FRONT  STHEET. New   Wertmlniter. Telephone 8-3
--tfl-HS-.'^B.Hi^
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, b 11 fire when a lot
of poor coal Bends out 1 0 heat
at all It is economical to buy
our coal, because it |a clean,
goes farthest, makes mosi heat,
leav-s very little ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grades. We deliver it to any
part of tho city. Full weight*
always. Telephone your orde
to us.
��-
CiiLLEY  BROS., Ltd.
NOTIC1    Is hi
.   alter  d 1 ���
made  to  the  L_i<
Council   by    tb-.    ,'
I Company, Limited, I
1 liflcate of Approval ol ,
dertaklng In the matti .
1 Btruction of a dam at the
qui'li,in  Lake In the i
Westminster.
works Intende 1 ������   ���
1 11   '���..   the   constru
dam and ,11  couni ction 1
ihe  followln
The  , rection of a b   i, ,
filled dam        ��� ,��� ���,
with a creBl width   I h
1   ,,
fi el at the upper end ol thi
;,< r <���!.'.:u.' I; the d
nt h eigh t to ri
1' 1 luitlau    lake I it 1
spillway channel to be made a
1    *ide, 12 feet d ej   1
surplus wati r.
And all Buch aece
Lai works that maj
fully  and   eft* ctual ,
dei,. the aforei
taking.
It is intended to in, tal a  11
crete  pipe extending   tn
stream   toe of  the   dan
lake [or a diBtance '���   '���
with   iii"   City  of  New  \
and to erect a tower foi 1
screens   at  tha   toe
from this toe to cai
Iron pipe Burroundi d  *
,1 d"ep trench under
:,, tion wit]
Ni w   WeStmlni li
The area  whl
the ral
acre .  1 :    ,
���   1      1 'i
ie-   , ;      ixlmi
I
���' I   ��� 1   .
pei    u   v
I'   Is   pn   ���   ed   tha
.
��� ������ a  be e I to
I jiowei       v .   ,
iurthi     ii.1 ���  ti
' and  also  undi 1
���,-, ater I 1  in er
���
taking    hall
tion of and
ndertakin.-,,  of
ously  hereto a; '  **������ '
Approval of
01 In Counc I,
��� : Approya] of wide.
O ' ���-.) ,',:i   di      .-,   ;,: <>\' I
The estimated    - I ���
in:; la ,r ou   $20
The Power O        ny
subscribed   befoi
construction the said
dertaklng and work 1 or 1
of the powers iii that bi h
by the Water 1 : ��� .    i   c
.ci 1807 Part IV, one tl    1
shares, ol one   ol       ���   I "
the further amounl of 1
ed  to fully complete the
taking will be provide bj   1
hundred and nlnety-ntni
lars ($199,000)  to be   madi
British   Columl la    El
Company, Limited, to the P
pany to be secured by Morti
of  the  Power   (' nn
or decimal currencj   1
or by such other form 1
ra i.v be agree I upon b l ������
parii."
The time within which
ther capital of one tho 1
($1,000)   is  ii) be mi 1 ���
months from the date
certificate of ai proval ol tl
Ing and work 1,
The  raid undertaking    and
I me to be commoni
.atlon of three month        "
of obtaining a <��� ''iti- ate of a
to the sau ������ and the   aid work ,
be in operation within two
date of commencemeni of '
And  upon Btich application
usual an 1 necessary  i"
and  effectually carry    1 ul
proposed further ojj'dertakln
applied for.
Hated  nt   the  ('Ity  6f  Vam
the Province ol British Col 1 il  ' ���
2lth day nf December, A. D
VANCOTJVKR   POWEB    C0MPA1
LTD.
H. 11. Sperling, Oen ���
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HSJW  WESTMINSTER BRANOfl
O   D.  BRYltNllR. Minagei
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
���.Geo. Adams, Prop.
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Westminster Wood woi king to.
BANK AND STOl'.E FITTERS,
Builders of Mission Earniturc
Mantles, ei,-..
! Works: Cor. Eleventh St. *,.<��� c^ Line
Phone 173.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Biackie Street.
Japanese Employments^
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and Female   Help  PrW"Pt'y
Furni8tied.(,   mt
COLUMBIA    ana    McNB_u��V   [
NEW   WBHil.INSTER,  B.  �����
Phone 431-   ^ P.O.B_-��8i'
A WEDNESDAY.  JANUAR*,   ;-.  (9M
THE-'ALLY*    -TS
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Mail Service
NOTICE.
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V'anci  . ���  r   Pow
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dor.
Forn    of tendei ma]  be ol talned _t
'.:.       f the rt-Ideal inglneei, .
,   Works. New   W,
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nsertlnj   thii   . .    rtlfl m nt
orlty   Horn     the de]
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C, Janua -   IS
ynopsis     of    Canaa;--     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
mai
all
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p.in ��� Bur luiiiam, by com
���-   and   Seattle,    lull .-  ; al o ail ; olnts
tn.���East 1
i uver,  via G. N. It
1   to   tl :00  a.m.���Ladner,   Pori
Ichon,   VN ������     .nn   Island  and   i I
I      i >daj   and Saturday)   Wood-
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Ber Arm.
1    ' Vict iria via Van ou ��� r
1    '   1.1 .    Sumi a    i". .   -;  i""
til IT, _, poin^'i ami point: _��"���
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60   YEARS'
K- EXPERIENCE
,  Traoi: Mapks
DESIGNS
COPTOdHf-&C.
" ,n , ��nn,lint, _s_tt-h_n_d��l���intbmt������J*
ID    At least six months' resldeuc,
ipon  and  cultivation of  the laud   in
i   i yoar for three years..
i   i    a homesteader may, if hn ho
'      es,  perform  the    required    real-
lei   '- duties  by  living on    farming
.and  owned   solely   bv   him.   not  less
than eighty  (80)   acres  In extent,  In
the vicinity of bis homestead,   Joint
' ownership In land will not meet  this
requirement
(3) If the father (or mother, if the
fattier is deceased) of a homesteader
aas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, In
ihe  vicinity of the homestead, or up
Ion a homestead entered for by him
lu the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father  (or mother).
(4) Tho term "vicinity" In the two
, preceding  paragraphs "is  defined    as
meaning not more than nlno miles io
a  direct  line,  exclusive, of the width
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the
i measurement.
(fi) A homesteader Intending W
aerforni his residence duties In ac
oordance with the above while living
.vith parents or on farming land owned by ��ilmself must notify tb/' a*-'<,nf-
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
I.., . ( ;,, one individual or company.
A royalty at tbe rate of five cents per
ton shall ao collected on    the    i ���
chant i   e coal mined.
w. \v. CORY,
Do]   " of the Minister of the interior
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Synopsis ui  Canadian   Homesti id
Begulanons.
\i.) b ��� Dominions lauds w
belt In Brii ih C> I
oia, 11:.. '    , |l
���>ho li ��� le bead of a fam
iu\ i' ."   18 years ol
ol   one quarter Bection oi
more or I
Entry must  be madi     i      i    >   at
tl ���   local land office for lh<   II i' 11
which the land Is s tua e    En   .
proxy in.iv, how ever, he i tade on i
tain conditions by the fal her, mo
sen, daughter, brother or Bister ot an
ling homesteader.
The homesteader is requlri ,i to i
tm m the conditions connected ! ���
with    under    one    of the     foi   I >
plans;
(l)    At least six liininii r rei   le
Dpi a   and   cultivation of  the   land
Any even numbered Bection of Do   each  year for three yens.
ion  lands  In  Manitoba, Saskatch-      (2)   If the father (or mother, If the
d and  ''���"'  ta, excepting 8 and 26,  father Is deceased),   o.r   the    homi
aot  a     ��� . ied ' ader resides upon  a  farm ln    thi
pen 'a  -iv is the side head of  ���    I Inlty of the land entered tor,  Uie
y, or any male over 18 years i>:   requirements as to residence ma ��� '
io 'ii" extent ol one-quart i .- ���    satisfied by such person residing wlta
ol 160 acres, more or 'ess. the father or mother.
m   tor   entry     must     o.      (3)    if the settler has his perman
.    ^m   by   the   applicant   at   eni  residence upon farming iand own
la  Domini in   Lands Agency    or    sub-   ,���i by him in the vicinity of hii le n
ency (or the district In which the stead, the requirements   as   to n
Is situate.   Entry by proory may,  deuce may be satisfied by    residence
���   made   at   au   agenc)    On   ,,,���,���  ti;,,  .;..,;,i  llmd.
ni conditions by the father, moth-      SA months' notice in wrttingehou
r  Bon, daughter, brother or slater of  be given to the Commissioner o  I
,;, intending homes:eader. |n|(1I1 |,:m(iH a; Ottawa of Intention to
,-" homesteader Is rejulred to per  dppjy for patent.
the homestead duties under one     coal.   Coal mining rights n ���
if the following plans' leased for a period of   won    -v.
at  an annual rental of $1   per acre
Not   more    than 2560 acres sha!
, ,     ,' oil
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��� . , , thn
Ktlixjll Ratepayers'     usboi ' "
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lows      i I i mi 'I - i Ion
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    . , '������ I be held en tl
the i  n nnd ai pb   i      mill
th ro       v h Irh |     i l s to I
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1__livij_i UQi__>irr;c_y
When i ��� d ling u<r friend . In the old
try by buying    tickets    at    this;
,uu will save money ac i pn vent
delay.
rnnd Empress sialis from    Bl
John Feb.  12  and  20.    Call  for    par-
"
ED aoui__T,
Agenl
"The Mawaukee"
"The   Poineer   Limited,"     St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Lins,"   Omah-i     to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   train    in   the  service   on     any |
ue given to the Commissioner of 1   ��� ^   in   ^   ^  .^  ^   J
,   '   u-.at.ii   i;,r,,,j^(i   A,,,i.ii   ���
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���       I��ir, , ���' />��� prepaid,   Motil br
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minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
[ to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of tha Interior
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ADV-KTIB-
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THE       DAILY       NEW
If YOU War', -j  Hltuatioti.
ment   that  of  the  Chicago,  Mi!
i waukee   &   St.   Paul  Railway.      Thi *
,;**.a  and operate tbflr own  sleeping
ind dining cars on all f.h<dr tra.in- and
���h'ir  patrons  an  excellence    of
������ce not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent.
ill Third St. cor. Alder   Portland, Or.
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by w! he same will   be   eei
Mew Westminster thin
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A MSB BROOKfjg.
DANIEL T. RTOPES.
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Unprecedented Disaster
c.    ���    .    , ,       ,  ,. ..     r-.n-.. ��� :' nre insurance.
-      ^anc:-:^.::,.-^^:,:;    ,  - -              ���;                 . 5000 claims,
���'���'       t    ���'^���rrar',:nSr   ��� "   -        sto         "           -ranee there is
aonounting t   Ten Million Do lars. -              -u..���   x",^,_ -..&r dUrriVint*,,
irai:e: to this achievement   N    t W3Tin one ^T eNer dlatnbuted
to its policyholder- so vast a s
c!airr.s"has Viven the Elartford
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was never so strong in tin.
The prompt payment o: these enormous
-; than ever ii | polar esteem. It
resoorces us it is today,
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W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
E   w'c Block, Htm  iV-stir iwtet   s C
Assets S20,434,816
Capital 2,000,000
Liabilities (excluding capital) $13,373,224
Policy-holders' surplus 7,061,592
tr/   encourage-
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te of i :  - ''-   -l<c_ricitji   inc  gi;
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of (rood prodocU ... ���       ag-
The hazards of the fire insurance business are so great that six out of every
seven companies which have dor.e bus s in Cana laa-ijAmenea have ailed or
���'retired.J And vet you perhaps k thi - of the strengtn or reputation o
the company in whicfi yon are ::.-..*  -   Would it not add to your peace ofmmd
to haveWur home or yoor store or your factory insured in the old Hartford.
WHEN   GOING EAST
;    .-'. 7H�� TICKET!  AGENT
TO SEND YOU GVEPi
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
E ������-'. Tramj Evert D��- ;n th�� Yeu
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN'  Or   FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
'..-���-,::'.-. t'r.e newest ��nd best idtai
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
it ;:���   : ghted   * ti
and   gas;   the   a
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^^_^_M^-tmmt wmtmlmMmMmMmmm       -jivate   compaitn-ent   cars,   standi:'!
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��� to  lectioa sleepers, ttuanotu dining
.ir, reclining chair  **an    teats  free^,
J.tr-   day  coacbei   sod  buffet,  li-
,,-arr and  t-ioking can
For Time Tab!**-   Polders,  or any
Forther mfornaatio-  -      -  or -,/rite
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260  Columbia   St.     Phone 85,
EW   WESTMINSTER.   B.
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Bra:.,        Sl rts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Com,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour. Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.   '
ALL   CPD-R3   PROMPTLY    DELIVERED.
F. W. PARKER.
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Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases aiid Offi :e
Supplies l
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and    ^
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co,
Booksellers
Stationers
New- D
A FEW REMARKS
^      -ON-
BOYS' SHOES
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OUR   MEMBER'S  METHOD.
'.v-   hoped    th      '.     '   !'   '!:
.; i    Ottawa    i_"
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."ui~  Th.   Hous.    ol    '
exalted Ideal    than
.  ���
��� :    able memb     < ond
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������ ���   v     ��� ���     ��� ��� ��� . and
old   ���'��'! -
1   and  Mr  Tn
, Hv,   '.'. Lilian   'i ��� mplcman    n
;   .    ,,��� et h  -I      "des
'   ��� pol ng.
Mr    'la;.lor    i   nnoi     ; 8    Mr.
'I empleman for having t>
of Uberallsm  ah       n   I bl    I'roi ������
mbsro ll v. ;i . no I        ta .    ���    lo   ���
M . Templeman ha    doni     n
���     P ro ���.'.   ��� , ',i 'nil
offai ���, and   lh nolii      of hi -
paper,   th   Vl< lorla  Tlmi        ���   -   tl
member lor   .'.���
���i ���   in ' ���''Sl Itl      .      .,��� mln
beca ise hi    .        ill     d   ���
iv  '..,   na   ',.     ��� ajoi ll      of tl
,','���    in thi      ' -   iv    or pan    i   ���.
ROl   toi   .hi;      I ortl <,,,,,, ��� ,  ,,{  \.\;.
Impli   rea i n that
the defeati d i i      loo I  for    a
���    C     v bleb   v.,i     ,'    tasteful tn
of  In    ' on tltui   '     an I  f om        i :,
he would noi rccd   to gnln a person
:, on tags
Tho tbrea ��� 'I - ,,, ������ i'.- a C3on
,������ stlvi caucn lo ihe mlp1 ter ol
mini n in Comes: \i.,,, | on n ir wit���
thi ; i itemi nl of Mr, Tayloi li hai
well been said lb< re i no gratitude li
politic and tii" Con tei vatlve wire
pullers ars determined lo prove I
once more, We hope opportunity wil
bi taken to Instruct Mr. Taylor on thi
etiquette of debate before li""n;ij beei
nt Ottawa many ��.s_-.
IS
y_{ The impression exists that this .-tore is the best place to buy School Shoes. The Ja4
SJj! impression is correct. We have earned the reputation by selling our trade [y
CO onlv such durable, well-built, comfortable, good-looking Shoes as we can back _Q
Y^A _.       a _. '.-___��� _��?S
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Money�� I
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you troi
so bring the watch to us and we will pot
order, and make it NOT ONLY I.L'Xbutal.- ___
ACCURATE TIME.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
COLUMBIA   STR-ET.
The  Jeweler
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Long'.nes an.l Hamilton Watch Movement
I a guarantee.    Note these prices:   ^___^_^^____^_^^^_^^_^^
Boys' Heavy Boston Calf School Bool . sizes 1 to 5, per pair T1.50
Boys' Blocher water-tight boots, sizes 1 to -r>, per pair $2.00
Boy:-' be:-;t box calf Bluchers, made with tvrass-qoilted soles, per pair $2.50
Youths' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13, per pair $1.50
Youths' Scotch grain, double sole, handmade boot, per pair	
S;
Girls' school boots in boxcalf and kid,
made with double soles, regular
$2.00 goods, for $1.50
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Ask for the 'Instructor'
ih
m PARENTS:
ra
m Sizes 8 to 10 1-2, made ".    ir -shaped,"
Kj       box calf Bluchers, pi r pair '... .$1.
s
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THE. STORE FOR
SCHOOL SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B.C.
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i SWEATERS
All Weights, all Colors.
In Navy, Brown, and
Fancy Colored
Wool Collars!
Shirt Collars!
: PRICES :
$1.00 to $5.00
���
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBl
CLOTHIER
m . : LU m
209-211  Columbia  Street
WsAW a.e_\_SDAY.   JANUARY   _f,   1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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T. H. Smith
Big Ss e ���*,'
More Price Cuts
-_-__��� TO KEEP UP THE ���
��ale Enthusiasm
Closing out Odd Lines Lace Curtains
$1.00   Lsce  Curtains  'or  50c per
Pa'-���
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lied;   nice  floral,   . > .   ��� :
���   2    2 and      nurds long
; ir 50c   per
Pair.
'5   Lace   Cu-tains $1.00   Pair.
IA pairs, 3  >.u*ds long, real
S utiugham  Lace  Cur i
:.     bo :��� red    ��� I
with    nli ��� ���    - roll
Regular 1.75     Jan    Sale
Price $1-00 pe- pair.
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a     .,    ers 1 lis "-*��� e." and ""Old
The    Old    rclia:
brands. **"   '   ���
brine  .
Bi�� Reductions in
Furniture. Carpets.   Linoleums   and   Crockery.
Special$16 IVesser Stands for $1X3.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
'-','..��� ;
T. A   I ... | Winnipeg, who
.. .,     .      ... timber lands, w.-.
v ... ���     H<  is negotiating
.1 ii al ; Moody,
.;   ,  sieTday w
scows i ot y.    from
., ..: pitl lake.
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the auspices of the Navajo |
. ���...'..,.     a    program    ol
F .   :.:-.-. ass cui floWera and    anj .     .,. ,��..     pUkyed    bj
'.,.;,.;    ol rtl      work,     telcphoni
DavU s' G n ��� nhou-i, B_0_. ** pan
Daniel     M Leod     who    tor    somi      Kh .��� the covet  oil  s bos   of "p
��� ;-.  the  city     poll* r.,.,,.s .Uld  try ono     1; W|j-  m!
' ivi  ui rc-unio his o'.d        hi 	
 - Van v.'vi Idiad
. v.. , . .,.,. i ���   , agineer dn
of the local    cum.
has :  ��� n a< tilted .'
'oss      ia pa
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  sm 	
..- ��_mi_*i LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST.. Now W-_stminster h C .
Q^posite^i? Street   Phone 7&
and patched skirts    tor
.   .:    ragged co 	
, ��� . ��� -������������      - ���
the    men   j]^  	
tt St George
���';.
25 to 40 per cent, off on all
NET AND GUIPURE CURTAINS.
Clean,rig  out  Odd   L res cf Cur-
Muslins,   Madra?,  Casement
Cloth.   Etc.���
\ lout    26   odd    piecei     n
7 I ���; .
white  and   coloi d  M.i,Ira-,
ruin    spot    Mu -'.in    It-1 ibin
Cas mi   ���   Cloth, etc
il lo 51 Inches wIde    R   -
; rices 35c, 10c and 50i
January Sale Price 20c yd.
Big Sale Bed Pillows
A    Good    Pair    of   Pillows    for
$1.45���
ah   ���  ce  P
.'.     rs, : Ize I9x
tick,   Jan-
$1.45  pair.
Sale  of   Remnants.���
I   1 Hi".
Prints,
Da-
Cloths
ns,  Unit  .- ���;.   Pric
Sale of Silesia Lining and Percalene
15c and 20c Silesia for 10c Yd���
In black  and all colors   36
���':���-.;       plendld
ble qualitj      Sail   price 10c
per yard.
SILKS
Last   Call   for   Louisienne   Silks
at   45c   Yard���
2"  |.   "r    Louisli nne  S
in    pink,     cardinal,    chain
Rj mlar 7E
90c,   Sal    pi li ���' 45c.
Willi,   Huti  d   a young lad who has
������   ol  the Royal Coin:-..
n ..  .- flays, was oper
ated "ii yestei .. j  for appendicitis. He
Is   .     ..     -.i ��_bly.
Trj   Hans   '.       a
It's the It, st     It's thi   stufl  ill ;
keeping  .,.',.,   should use.    A:  youi
vo era and druggists
A m   tin he < \ ���������. ul Ive oi   the
!'.. C, Liberal association will be held
In  the   Liberal  headquarters, Govern
��� ��� ������'.-��� Victoria, on Feb S, when
Important matters are to be brought
ip for discussion.
As .-,,,,11 as piles arc available, a
11 stan will be made with thi work ol
placing piles m position for the new
Lulu island bridge A resident engineer, Mr. Weeks, has been appointed
;o supi ivi-,. the construction
Clear Havana cigars ol exclusive
inert���the "Brillaute," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory, ���*
W.rtvR   this
for
Space
it           ..                  oats   has .'.  al
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. .   .... ii,. u.-
V.1..(V,
���    the c>  .....     	
���-... ��� .    oard
. , .,   ... ei Ing 	
.... -    was   made   >in
...
A ...... ... ti    lay 1
���    -..    Ma yon    Kear-,    and   Cawley,
Reeves   Kiekbush,   Bose  and    Byrne, ' E\fi-ytij*~g  ypu tie set u
with irh , meudm ...���- to   the
mnni,   a acl      ( hliliv acfc
wants , maj i ee fixed it'.'   liquor
licenses, as wi      ���   a minimum as al
..:.  and    Improvements    In    the
ditches and fl trses act are also  Als
sought.    Mayor Cawley   subsequen
our ad.   next
weefe    It will sur-
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prise^oU..LL...
thr   F'"T-   )
Dinner a'.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ihe Moody Park Store,
left tor Vl< toi '....".vi, ��
.:   ��� rs ol the '��� rl lature.
��� ���
For table decorations and    wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up    rid*
^^^^_^^^^_^^^^_^,^���      I l'lorist. 1st. ������
The Coquitlam, one   ol the   Union
steaanship line, came up to Schaake's      v r,;0 broke out in the residence ol
wharf yesterday to    load   machlnen : ''��� " Coldlcutt, (eighth avenue, Burn*
I for a shingle mill    now    being   eon   by, yesterday afternoon and did    con
iulft.    A -lderable damage to both the    house
ant contents    Mrs   Coldlcutl and the
ct'l'dren were alone In the house when
Mayor    Keary   and   City Treasurer | t)lp ,in> lu.oUi  oul   ,uul   bu,    ,-���   ,hl,
pi help rendered bj a   neighbor,
Hiitier. - IbS   for $1.00. and n 1'.;
t-KtmOiH ol Seasonnll,' Oohda
w. H   smith. Proprietor
COrner Sixth   Av  and  Tenth  St.
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ymre  '{*_one  }Sb.      IVirn   ��'li.*ne  137
Columbia Street
,    HajrKiijte   delivered   proni)-ti.* , |o
tn>   t*arl ol the -Bty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
ofVic_-i��mm DEPOT.
- ructi I   al    Lough lorough
turthi    ihlpment will be made later
Buy Your cJroccrit^s from
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
im ...n,  now before them a long
practice  of  signing  their  names
tho debenture coupons,  it  being
. I'i''
tolMi
sti
ll>s. 11 earner-,
Rawnsley, assisted a few minutes J Canned salmon,
mated that they  will be required    to   ,,,
i ,i, r i,;.  P, C Lashmar, the Are might
affix   their
times
signature;
ii- any
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I. H_ Smith's
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Big January Sale
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PYTMIAN
SKATING^ RINK
NEW    *   OF P. HALL.
Eightn   and   Agnes  Streeis.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon.
2:30 to D; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission n>c, skates -iac. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 1-
wlll Ik? furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
butter       -       $1.001 Mince Meat, pet packagi
'���,���,"- , Klondike Soap, t ban
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  the liesl na ihly, Im  ',. , |.;,li|v.e Soup, per earl", n i, l>.,i ���
��� niiied in serious loss,    a    r   Halting   l'ewtler. Blue   Ribbon, Toilet Soap, tcaki   to box
damage is full) covered bj  In l_'r can   -   - r, g (Soagulla  sold al    10c per
Isurance tlirougli White, Shiles .t Co.,jBaking Powder, Schillings Besl package)  special
Extracts,  Lemon  and Vanil i, Piour, per sack ^B^^^
best brand 8 oz, bottle .>(�� I
:l'honc!)7 PROMPT DEI.lVKIiY
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11'.-
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Two   basketball   matches   will   b*-
I plnyed In   Columbian   college   gym-
I.ii
tock-Taking
After taking stock we find we have several
odd lines of good winter shoes.. These we
are putting on our bargain tables, and
cleared out they must be. Here is a sample of how they are going:
Jen's Velour,Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $6.00, going for
.45
iut-lum on Friday evening between V.
A. C. teams and Westminster Intermediates and seniors, Ihe flrsl   match.
tetween the Intermediates, taking
place hi light o'clock .and the Becond
an hour later. Tho Hn, up of the local
teams will be: Intermediates Qnards,
J. Davidson, H. Qiftord; centre, Fergu-
BOnt forwards, Kennx c. Smith.
Seniors���Guards, c, spring, 0. peele:
iitiir,', Robertson! forward* 0
S| i.iig, I. Tiirnbtill. An adrnieslO-
fee of 25c Will hq, oliargi'd.
Chief (if Cltj Police Mclulo-h lias
registered his orjjcctlo'- l" lh,' ninn-
ner in which the coroner's Inquest |in>
ceedlngs at thi Inquiry on Monday at
the It. C. penitentiary wen' conducted,
on the ground that the city police weroi
nut notified of Uie convict West-Q'i
suicide tin an inquest by Captain
Plttendrlgli was In progress, and to
the composition of the Jury. The
ii. c. Btatuti ��� 'I" noi permit a
prisoner u sit on a Jmy, bul the
Dominion )*cKUin%)ns order li thus to
li" done. The a'ioriiey?g4.iieial'H df
partment nai bt ��� n rfbtllrcd,
�� Here's a Toast
To the insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and who insure your property for less
than others.
$4-4|
The itsamei   Newlngton   will   be
haubci pul "ii ii.,' i lain,- of Hi,, British
Columfclai Main"- railway tp undergo.
e-aminttfon following rnh* exp-rt-nces
in   I be   Ice  ol Ihi    I'm 'er   liver.     The
veHS(��P"o*lrl in if' "f rptt-oreaking, and
lis her plates are only  Meveil olxleeiilb i
of un inch thick II It thought BORIS of
ihi-.i'iiflHiv'aiiiv.v.H'il ytilnltieil..   i
Westminster will send   a   bowling
leffjij^VliniJoih) i|('.J>la> the nllj-trtr,,
tonig&T Tiuie wn no coup-tttion
tor the Freeman trophy last evening.
i
All Ihe compan"-"-. I represent srn t*
Ija'il'.- OJlnadlan compamej with rn
vliibln riputation^ for the prompt pay-
irt'.ry nf losses, and thry charge less
for your risks than oth"rs. They dp
not //ant tho bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will be convinced thit
I   CAN   SAVE  YOU   MONEY.
A. W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker,   '
A&MST&ONG BLOCK
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
lufdm cKl/,"iiii iiirrllJip; ��
To tSt.- Coquit--ni dnui iim
nirrtUlg������ Willi referene-i
in 'linn ��cheme will   he
Remember this is at
I held this evening In the rlty hall    IC
i��� |jjrobahle Hint  ii COfflmltts- wlll bej
vipiMntcd to act with the^eouncl
'TmftUe pii'-*f1ie*in..it*t. ''"t "loot ' tho- o. ,:-fc ��L     Bn__T-___
/ Irr-U-nLtiveH ..of   ^ Vancouv.. Jresh Pork Salisag^Daily
..,. Letfer fcipan��i��t*fc-t__^ ! Best of Farmer's Pork
E. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.   ���
���,, ..CHOICE BJEEF
 '11 com-3|___==  -JB _-LL==-_-_r.
aril meoif' '"fihWL- i '   "^
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mr    J. Tv In.xley wish    io
thank those frlenda   who   ho   kindly
J their, s-ynipa.thy    l>y    seivding
ment.
Pacific Meat Market   -mw
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TnE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   JANIJ
a
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commi :. Ing Jan uu trail
Sfta::,"  will  '.���������-������������: dally  at 9.13 am;
train for all points Ea. t at 3.2
train   for  Agasslz a:   5 42   p.m.
Ticket;* sold to and from all      Inl
Reservations    made ft>r    first
���   -   --   tourist and Bteamer-cabins.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C.  B.  FOSTER,
Aist.  Genl.  Pass.  Agt   VajioouTtv.
The Edison Theatre HOTEL BARS CLOSE     I
mm EARLY HOURS
Corner Columbia and   Eighth.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   . .
tratec! Songs.    Program cha:..    .
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special  Matinee    for    _-���:.-      an
Children Saturday afternoon a*. 2:30.
Nanaimo Hotelmen Decide
to Suspend Business From
1 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Teltphcne 54, P.  0.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and    Mclnness    Streets.
: Granite ware :
.Iu t ..rrived���Full and complete stock G-raniteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in a_d inspect our stock;  no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A.   Hardman.
A.   James.
J. McClughan
WHEN   YOU   BUY   A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get value for your
money. See us before
you dec'de to purcnase.
Plumbing Heating Hardware
Hardman & Co.
Sole  Agents.
Trust     Block.     Front     Street.      NEW
WESTMINSTER.
.. ...v...- :.    26 -   I ...        . .owing
.     ���-���-��� -   -:.   '..���    .. . -
:. re   todaj:
From  and   after     ..        . vre     .j^
:-' -    od a' 1 a.m. to
... Monday to Saturday in
���.-ach week. By order of th..- execu-
live ol the ... nsed Victuallers' association."
For year u*   In N���naimo :..   ������
remained o;v��� all night, becoming
such a matter of tradition that St
ceased to create comment among tbe
. - ��� ������ '���'���.'��� "���;������ d the situs on
as a matter of coun
The order  of  the Victual!,-!.-'  association is :���  ��� with general >ativ
.   Ion throughout the city, the more
hotelmen declare that there will
o back   looi ei tain myster
that will admit favorite cub-
ra  Into thi ���    at prohibited 1   irs     t hi   .    .  . men deny that
tl   .    act! n    -.              result an   anj
;         ..         Itation on the pan
o tion  enthusla
in  the   :     .
ent is in public eye here
resent
in an.. ��� thi 'olum
���   nt of 1
lea     Mi.   11'
���er In
lei
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Family of Th.rty-three.
-..    ���   '   ��� - iln try c
1 from an
��� ..-.. '-'���'"...���
lan. f a G. E. R
living    in
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.;    .
.:. -ally  to  on-    i '��� '
'- he -   iple   thi..
.. | v. i v   -   . :       out   fiftei
: .i    th    m in then   a
git and the woman o:
pine.    Dur:r.f.-   thi   I i *.  ;,, ;: teen
twii        which    ���'"���
bTn when the lost baby was fom
man    has
th '       ������'" ������   hli '���-��� r.     ll u
!_  ;.:���; - ight  year     Id,  and  b -
is forty-six
,    -..;...   ���*        .%f. ;a-   ��j
ARY
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YoungPeople,    Attention I j
Instruction In nl ���: i       :;,.= a.
Coluitibian College
i
-  ARITHMETIC.  BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING. CORRESPONDS    i
SHORTHAND.   TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW,    pE
SHIP.
I. -  of tb ��� above Tuesday and   n
���
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
D#040#0*C*C*CX*C*0*- fc'^*O��00K>*O��O40*04O0��_*< ���o*oJ_3
NOTICE.
���
N'f; ce        hereby  given   that - T
: v     i0 will be paid   y
[���oration of the City of New '���'���   -'
minster for information tha: wi
to  the arrest and  conviction  ol    ' ���    2
��� ��� :i or persons who set on   Bi
Dupont Block, on Columbia Sti
th - City, on or about the 18th in
W. A. DUNCAN,
.   -.  i'..- -
���    -.   iiall   New Westmlnsti i
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NOTICE.
Easy Terms
[odern ise on   Thir I
..   ��� corni      '        ood ���������; air;
line.    Pri-      12500
a   .. ���   on   monthly  pa*
t  8 pei     ent       MOVE  QUICK.
Dominion Trust Co,
T. R  PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAV
liutchers, Sapperton, mu _--_-��� a^---,                                                                                                   .t.i
new firm of A. Owei _ C
-..   i    i   .vers & O =  4
J.  TRAVERS  _   ���
PREMIER SCOTT IN
FAMOUS   LIBEL   SUIT
Ri
Scott . I goes to I
an    an
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till Thur  lay ie de
tl
and   N   P. have:
��� ���:. - ngaged   I ense anm
NEW WELLINGTON
COALJ
P��N1.SYL��ANU SHITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office.  Front   St..  Foot  of Sixth.
P. 0. Box Phcne 105.
iy thi
	
Choice Meats
AT THE
Centra! Meat Market
Corner Eighth  St. ana    Fifth Aven__
PHONE   -70
��� IN ���
BOWELL_OODr.Froon.tor_ THE        D   A   '   L   V        NEWS        Tell...  Sir.-.,       ���        NtH    ���      _-
If  **on   WANT  HELP
P.O.Box  4T4.
Gasoline L: ;inj
We Sell the C<
Palmer  Bros.     iHnij
;'l
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-��� at
..Westmin *er��� j
Iron   Works
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BUY
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Beef
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Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as Suppiied by
The Reichenbach Company
PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
The best meat at the lowest possible prices.    Butchered,
dressed and shipped  under GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
The Reichenbach
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster L .        ��SDA>     JANUARY  27    1909.
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The Daily News costs.
Get your name on our
delivery list TODAY
���and get the paper
early in the morning
PHONES:
��� ->2���E ���   '''���"-  .   Sixth  Street.
0 22���Editorial Boons, Front Street.
W __ S T M I N STER'S     MORNING     PAPER
' Ihe Daily News
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Thursday Nighi, Januarv 28
. '-,-, -i...   ���-,   Vale Co.1       ' ���   ���      ��� qhth
Annual Oblation, the Everlai
D-cvii's Audion
Extraordinary  Spectacle
���Superior  Scenic   Investiture.
| Four   Baby  African   Elephants   In  Native  Jungle   Dane*-
large    Company     Extravagantly  Costumed.
Grand  Transformation  Scene,
"Armor,
"Best Ever"
"Every Feature New This Year."
IPs $1.0
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 "       ' ���'  -*__.   -nHfot   m.
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E. \V. GILLLTT CO., LTD,
as 1 m-onlrt. Out
fr-art,.
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Notice.
Take notice thai 0 J MeG irrle, o
New WoBtmlnater, B C, occupation,
electrla railway manager, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land* In the dis-
trli't of Now Wi"-! mill .1,1
Commending al b poei H "u"��i at
tlie outhweai corner of loi I :'"'
thence oast to northweal o_rw <>f lot
1362, thenoe south to BOUthWesI cornei
of lot 997, thenoe southerly, westerly
mill norhsrly to polnl of commence
ment, containing mn acres mora or
less,
DANIEL JOHN MoQt) \hkik.
Per JoiiN i' BAOOB,
.gani
Dated December IBth, 190
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Public Meeting
Net*  w   tmln        '    C
Januarj   1., 1909
tvtayi
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.. call a publli  bi-i I
, convenli _ce, for   --a
pUrpOBi   "i   '���'��� iriiis: a repOH   from oiil
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liati r, J ;; BrjrBon, w i,. Joht ibn
i- c Major, fhomaa H. Pearson, P
j.  Mn, i. m \   IB, ft hlte,  i    "
Batide, I,. B  Lusby, D B Curtis, F
j   Him. Jdlin  \   Lee
���ri,,   ,,,, ��� iii. .   oi - Inallj    called tot
the 19th i" '    has bei ti poBtpohi d  -'
:,,    ,,.,,,,,  i  0|  petltlonei ��� until  ft i(l
,,    i ,v   thi       h In ' ��� Bl 8 p '"
V !>i NOAN
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City  Hall, Januai v 10,  1909
LAND   REGISTRV    '. '
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English Watchmaker
Gold Watch ��� ���   ' $12.^5
up.
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Silver V
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F.  CRAKE
r_H��   <-loor��   from   Geo    Adam'    ���    ���    ������
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unlight Soap
Sunlight Soap contains nothing thai   will harm tha
daintie t fabrics nor rough n the Bkin.
Sold by all dealers al i
Five Gen is a Bar
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: Electric Railway Service
���
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,  Greenhouses   a ,,
hou*-"!,
3010 Westminster Rea
VAN-OUVlER,  b. C.
Ilrr\i\, |j   '."., -.    |    ,:.- nl\   \ an-
\. r.Hma Ized   I   ited   Itoc!
seeds Coi  ���'- trad
from the ' ���   * In
land, Pram s    H illand    lTuited
ffat".  ami  uaBtertl   I unula    as
*a*p)I as (hose Which can be sue
,'"��� ifully grown lu n  ,1
Extra    idlce loi of fruit tr*M*
and  fiimiil   trull      itl;' tlj   b  hi
t'v,..-. ���> and oui "�� n prop >. itioti
i'-"iii heal Ing st< ��� h
'fi, iiivn'ni    In    hi    lea I
vari lies  still ible (dl    i ""
I- ii rj.   mi the best
.,.,   pun .
Pertlll "i -       Bee     B"
i .���-,. i�����, Materials, Cut    Plow-
el    "'"
Catal"aii�� Fr"0
M. I. HPNRY
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"ROFE98IONAL
At i" Al.l.KH.    BAttfltSI Btl    80
���  licltor, etc.,    i'i  Lome Sti
opposite Oourl Mouse, N��w Weat^hld
v, -     Photw i��'���
WMITl-BlOl    I   ' I'M"' ��� irri*
tf>rs and solicitors, B ��� l ������ BIS,
| Columbia street,   New    -iV-Btmlnater.
V. J. Whiteside. II  L fiJdmonds,
Interurban   Line.
4   Chtb   for   Viineoiivr   and     wai
stations wi" run Bv,'rv half-
hour   from   MO ��  ->���     Ij8flt
car iMret at H p. 'n-
(Last rnr lv   Vancouver li:��_ ��
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton ami city HmltB over the
cltj line.
City   Line:     0-f-   leave   tf_t_
offlco on the li'inr. two_ty mm    ���
utes after and Torty minutes af   ���
ter, commencing at ��:20 a.  m. 4
4
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave *
at ton  minutes after the hour, |
half past and fifty mtauten after f
the hour, commencing at 1:30
a. m.
Sunday 8ervlce  hait-naurty b_-
tween 8.30 11 m   and 11 p.m.
[ British rColunnbla Electric Ry.rCo.,Ltd ^
"LAND SAKES!
I never knf>w you had B_C_ B  '''
foods ti"ie "   fttin la v���'��� '-
������Lo come (or the Qrst -d sea
our immense stock and the great variety w<> carry. And when w tell
Miem our prices they say: "I am -
I did not WiQW you were here before
1 furnished my house.- don't you
BE BORRY, but come to get all kinds
of    _0_s at
Speck & Crandell's.
When you want any kind of repair-
InK done, -iuch as guns, umbrellas,
ty-vewrlters or nny ll-;ht automatic niiv-
rhlnery, go to (
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on the Wheel."
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEONESOAY.   JANUARY
SNAPS
We have several- lines
left yet from our tire 1
sale which we are sell- j
ing at away below post, ';
such as Soap with the J
wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some \
can goods also; I
See our Window
!
Eight packages "Force"
25c
.Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
and
Eclipse
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem    Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &
Lusby
PASSENGERS RESCUED
FROM BURNING SHIP
 ,
Twenty-four Travellers Have
Thrilling Experience Off
Coast of Ireland.
Kenm dand, Jau   26    '. wenty-
foui   . ���   ��� ������  the   , acket   from
pool to Cork nad a thrilling ex-
. ���   Saturday    uigiu.    Fire   wiu
discovered on the ship aud wi;b. great
difficul    the    passengers     w-re
transferred to a pass u^ .-iii;,. xney
were landed at Holyhead yesterday
morning.
The Packet was beached an l burned
to the  watei s edge.
3 lbs. Creamery Butter,  j
$1.00
i
i
i
i
j
This is the best value in \
butter on the market, j
Try it.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
".    ma ������ a spi rialty of   Br    I
! steamed and kiln dried.
No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks
(not frozen), per sack.
I
$1.00
Ci.
���The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
'--3 and 443,
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
IT        AJDVERTISK       "_-
  ;>; ���
the     daily     news
to increasi   '     ' business.
"Una"
I A Cantata by A. E. Gaii
Funeral of Miss Insley.
The -.antral of th>; la;e Miss .\Ia:-
Insley took place yesterday to
ihe .\L-i.>om<; cemetery, Rev. Ebenezer
R ,n ottieiating. The pallbearers
.'.��� : Mr. Justice -Morrison. T. A. .Muir.
\'.'. Kennedy, J. Wise, ll. Wlntemute,
and S. Conners. Th-- cortege left W.
���:. Pales' undertaking parlors at two
i> m. for the cemetery.
Th. floral tributes were as follows:
Wreaths, Mrs. Kennedy and family,
. ir. an I Mi -. Andei son I family,
M ii I Mrs. Justice Morrison, .Mr.
and \I.- J. R. Sharpe M - B. l)oug-
11. :,n.i : imlij . ays, W X. an 1
M ��� ��� Carty Mr. an i Mv. S. K. Con-
n< - .i - _rmsti ong an i Mr, and
M       C    K Snell,  Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
ei.   Mr.   and   Mrs.     1'.- ;   Si
M      Frost and Mrs.   Littler,  Mr.  and
C    J   Welsh, Mr. and Mi -.  Wall. W. Shil- -   M     and Mrs   T. A.
Muir   Mr.   nnd   Mrs.   Bailey,   Mr.      i I
\. \v. Oakley. Mr. and Mrs. H.
..- . Mr. and Mrs. Johns and family,
��� ]     and Mrs. J. E. !n-'     and : mily.
and Mrs. Thorne; cross, Mr, and Mrs.
A. G. Peters
Sent^On Approval .
To Responsib*_8 Peopi.f.   -   .-
Laug'Klin g
FOUNTAIN PEN ||
RED  GEM %
B>ie InK Pencil S*
"1
X
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best qualify.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
* DRUGGISTS.
E.ii-d Bloc'"-, New We.'rt-, nrter.
will he given in
Queen's Ave. Methodist Church
Thursday Evening, Jan. 28
i ihOiii- will i   nsist of oyer
.   ��� ���        Ini .:���'
.. ��� New     Westmin
torshlp nf Mr. .
i!i<..-  and Thos   R. Pearson,
| :<>hc->   ���       8 p.m. sharp.
Admission, 25 Cents
Th.
i our l hi
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
' for only
/- fedison
d
Phonograpli
***    THE
Realism
���Jit'W^.irJf
^f_     F^"'-___P^
. %$? Qte-?    i_-
_.v^   NKrfO^A^-^
lllu&trations are Exact SiM
Every ;���* n euarai I
full 14 K:. b-t Ud Gold���cut
I i rig] t hand may T.t: tin I
In < ttbi: ou r Btandard
black opaque pattern, or
Kon breakable Transpai j
ent b i ' It ired, eitbei in
plain or engravttl finish
as preferred,
T��u tn*y try tbli pan �� *tfk,
���   .   * ��� ..-1. ,..������.
a Mtter   fcrt.i le than j  ������. CSQ I
i   euro   for  TBBU 11MK- fRH  II ki . It
ih.' ���   ill    h-  ,   , li , r  t. ���..,
��� i.li   ��� !v    isi    fa U r.   ir. '
i| ���  : r.torn it wad wi i
you *l.l.f_rit.
CctoK hut is our _u
r ipuUr Bin  >.�����*  ink  Ptncll    i
Qio|iltta- !'���..- j ; . [ trtami h     ��]
In carrlw.   In   utj  i ottllon   It
;     -��� l I     11.  i .
| iny   a-ngla m ; -si ton I      I   .1
I    im     iprlnf)   f��ad,   h I
I point, i        ��� '     Low   ������ d -
J i u��i Uti_ cotta  finif>h.    Ratal I
| avarywl   ra   (   r  % I JO.      Ayanti
i ������������ ���    ffrlta toi t- rmi.   u '������
I  v   g f..r.*t.'
A I'lr.
'��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.0-
225    Ma>stic Bldg .
Detroit,
Ml*b
TH_BAND
TAKE
JUST RECEIVED - Edison Gold Moulded and Am-
berol four-minute records for
February.
**-
Edison  Phonographs, Victor   Gramo.
For prices that arei[tones- s,ngei and wheeler & Wi1
HOUSE OF
QUALITY
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
unequalled our
Suits
are the latest that
expert tailors can
fashion.
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
cr. Sewing Machines. Pianos and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Oryans. Write for Prices. Easy Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
"errrs. express    and    freight    connect    witb
  | stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter ��,ervi<-e.
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMPIA STRE-T
����������������������.�����������������������������������������������
>i  information *��pplv to
H    ROGERS!   Traffir   Manager,
j. ME BROWN & CO.
Clothiers and
Haberdashers.
o /;
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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 connections, and can guarantee you good service.
VANCOUVER
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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New Westminster, B C
ESTABLISHED IMI .,  v   .. JftiCORPORATED 1905
The LAST WEEK of
Collistcr's
ary
KLEARING
SALE
A new list of low prices for this last week of our Dig
Clearance Sale. Lines advertised here must be cleared
out before Saturday. Take advantage of the general
reductions on all goods (except spools and patterns)
which prevail throughout the store for this week only,
The Millinery Department's Special
to the Big Sale.
CvcryTrimmed Hat inthe Store
on sale at
EACH
In all, there are about 30 hats left in the Mil!
nery Department, and the order has beei
to clear them out' before next Saturday.     You can have your  choice
the lot, and you will have to act quickly if you wish to secure one.
ular values. $*">.<|ri to $12.'50.   On sale fur seven days only, each $2.50
Ladies' Golf Jackets, $1.25
Regular $2.75 and $3.00 values.    Dozens of  these serviceable gar' i
have been sold during the past three weeks of our sale at $1.95 each,
have still about 40 left, and to be sure they will'all be sold by next Sati
we have still further reduced the price.' Colors: Navy, brown, car
black and  white.    On  sale for the last  week  of our Januarv S;..- .
each   $1.25
A Snap in Lace Curtains,
95c per pair, to clear out all
$1J25; $1.50 & 51.75 Values.
A  ���       '     '
, lv ... tain
. ���  ' on with floi.'
. ,|v ...     -n*. re
in [Jiiin or flguii .   i      iv. Lengths
re 42
���     ll I ���    ..  loi     ;
'iiiri table ���       '���������������
otlr big .iHnu 95c pel
Attractive Bobbinet Curtains, $2.95 per pair, regular
$1.00 and $4.25 Values.
Thirty pair only   ol   wh
��� p. i   Boblnel   i
52 Inchi
i all
rod-.
$2.95 per pair.
\
Our   Overstock  of   ToweJs
Means a Week of Low Prices
Thn ���    : ��� elal llm    which   afldi |
. epei     .-m   "nc llenl     oppor-
���  nil    to' replenl b thi li  towel   up-
A High Grade of Linen Towels (large sizes), on sale at
55c per pair.
Regular Price 80c Per Pair.
Eighteen dozen ot best quality
lii*n,'i*eli"l Unfn Huckaback
towels, sizfis 2-x44 and 24x42 Inch*"--,
also ri- a__��_ * ll__n toweu with
frin--'".i .-ndn. Regnlar prion 40c
each; on -ai<- 30c, or 55e i>"r pair.
Large Size Turkish and
Linen Towels at 50c per
pair.
Regular 70c  Per Pair.
Twelve dozen white Turi
teen doz<-n unbleached -Turkl ���   J
i"ti di"��Z"ii lln<-n Huckaback '���' '
Blzea 21x46 mid 2^xr.O lncb<        ;'
or without colored centre strlpi    -1"1
borders.   On .^alp   this   wet
I'lich or 50c pr>r pair.
Turkish and Linen Towels
Sale at 25c per pair.
Regular 35c and 40c Per P��l
Ton dozen Turkish and -'-      ';
linen Hu_kaD-C_ t-Wel (j   l��    '   "
and 20x30 inches.    On sale 2S:
pah*.
WTS. Collister&Co.
THE STORE  FORJWOIVIEN'S WEAR
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