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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
VOLUME I, NUMBER 23
NEW WESTMINSTBHR, B. C, THURSDAY  MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PEB COPY
IER WILL REPORT ON
COQUITLAM DAM PROPOSITION
lit Committee of Citizens and Council Will Carry on Negotiations
With Vancouver Power Company���Engineer Will be Engaged Immediately���Assistant Manager Glover
Makes Excellent Speech on Company's
Policy and Financial Standing.
, ��� ing <iii the proposal of
Liicouvei    Power   company   to
i   ,    |uii I.un lake dam waa held
citv hall    I.i i    i \ enlng.    The
. died to receive the re-
i K     ii i, gates   appointed   to
p,        I'Uttvi   ai   Victoria,   and
b-.v a long resolution was .car-
��,,iiniin    i   standing  i"in-, i onv
i,in  ibe council  and  citizens
|\  : natter   to a  sm ���
n
Deputation at Victoria.
vi n ,i la . '   al tj '.
the eoii1. being ,i ow li i lo
the ddoi l\      '   was voted ta
the chili
pointed
Mjfy.C
stances ���
intetiijgi 	
n i oiiu ol  nil.- Van
ni., and il'.' di .
ad   ,
��� wlib 'i ha   noi ���>,      een
.  i : mined  opp isl
i Ipalltj. mi tiii
,    he   : ���    Hli'lll 3     of i
li')*, wl        thi       ivas    a
a   .111,1    .
��� .���' ��� ild  -I" en-
ii" da ,i  wi      ou      'I'ii-
��� ���
i,
i' iquitlnm    . .���
mi read ns he
lie Intervl ;
���Md.   i "   rt.  ii.
ol   the  B
I ;    lh,
anj  ,,i  ih,   in-
i   number    ol
was di-stlnctlj   unpopular with  a  poi Jinn menui   foi   Westminster,   makln
tion ul , hi au lit ui < . md at tun, s his
��� ��� in.i ii. ��� wen scai eel audible, Mr.
Cooksley's  attitude    wa       hat
ll .i  nun h urn .     ii|,oi I an pitj. Ho iv-
i'd to the i ompanj �� advertlsi mem
in ;h.   "Standard ol  Empire" advertls.
igaln  the tiij   was  bring used as    ;t   Ing the district to settlers, striving lo
buffi      ��� i ���... . .,  n oui..   Intel ests    I
had a eompauj  which       I done
thing, nnd  w hy  this  di I ...   mom b
ter iiniiii.i, w hen work could be I
:,, employ    lhe    Idle,    li    was    water
wasting 1 om I he rain;    ���    on
was I,,       cousi   '.   I for   In  use
Vancou*, ��� i-   Powi r i om| il u_      11
:��� . ��� | ii was bj   resolui Ion of th    cii
i  ncil thai ih,   dam wn   to h ��� d
\\ hj   At re tne;
I.  , .    I'owei   coinp-.ni)   ii i.i
;i si heme    to unlo id    ci   tain
on tl      ippo       'i i ompanj
I'o tn .ii   i   .ii
lause they had
If the geni,- mi a ol   i hi
ii   .vi nld  ti ��� nib    ihey
would -; v   thai ui the lime   ...
ni  r In,' liroc Ill ,.      '  .
1      ' In    Victoria    repn     nl ol   thi
both fro
couver 1
gatlon 1
A new li
reported
tion ol C<
ground oi
the river
school of
250 perso
dangered
Coqultlaiii
assurance
mer time-
Mr. Crei
official rej.
questions ,
Sperling,
C. E. R,
V'ancouvCi
teryiew.i
lads.
I   ������     Curtis  Speaks.
Mr. Cr.
conclusio
mov^| th
expressed
the dele;
_:_-.____
Slav,' Lake Power company  were also
��� i.
Md.   Ilenl Bo el of     �� ll it
;. ou arc talking   i   iu<
CATHOLIC CHURCH
SHOWS BIG INCREASE
tMPMOR MENELIH
SAID 10 lit BEAD
HORTICULTURAL BILL
PRESENIED TO HOUSE
Empress   T.utou    Reported  to   Be    Di-
Directors Gives  Names of     ^��"_ %������fUbnary   8.��,
14,235,451  in tlie United j
States.
Chicago,   .l.ni.   .,      i .i,    1,1.miir   lo
daj   prints the follow ing n< �� ��� ai - ii
- Xhere I from Paris under date of Jan.'26:
Province Divided Into Four
Districts^-Standing Committees .Are Named.
M :��'" .'      Wis.,    Jan.     :
are 11.-.';:;,.',-,* Koman Cathollcti In the
1 "��� -     -  iti     according to  the    ad-
v.nir,   sh, ets oi    the    1909    Cathol c
! . II he i In Milwaukee, The
re furnished hj  the   arch
blshopi    ti i  bishops n:    the    United
s'i|!' - ������  ���     ak ag ti ���' nsus    a   ail
dioci  ,
Added to   he I l 235,451, the uum i
of Roman Catholh b In the Philippines
and Hawal u     lands bi Ings ihe grand i
I '������' i ���.,���;,,.'...  iiiiil. r I  I'liii-I
"'  s "        ' -;' ,7> <>���'��� ����  ""'I |    Lou 1"... J in   .'.     The foreign offici
pared with  12,05:1.000 Catholics under obtained no Informaiion today n a
li was announced lodaj from an
official source thai -mperar Menellk
of Abyssinia, \\n~ dead and that Em
press Taltou bad been for Borne days
llrei ting the public affairs. It is
feared the death ol the sovereign may
produce serious trouble, chiefly al
Ad,lis a. i'i,.i. the capital, thai maj
,u,!..ii;:,' ' Elll Opeans  illi'l'i'."
Doubted  in  England.
en   i people wi ti <-;i pit ul to Invest.
Th, j   were also gi   I tug oui  ;i pamph-
,ci   m disti Ibuti      i  the   shm eho I, i
fo   ��� hli,   ;i  fi ,\  li' id large blocks   ol
stocks,    the   m_j-rity had only smalll
.- VI,       1,1    III', '      .        I   I'"    .      BallllHlll'lS    �� '  1 I'I
ll ,i -li,.,|    I.,    lilOW     ii','
holdi'i ,i,i mini i -   w hei i ,
;r BOY POURS UASOLINE
the British flag.
i      , .   hollc po mlal i 'ii of   on
iln  |, idlns   jini'i-. 3   In    the   I1
,vv
Icago,  i ,1'      Si   Louis,    I. ,
I Hi"';  San  Frflnclsco. 250,0011.
\ ctoi iii  ii. i'. Jan. J7     rii,    boi :i
nl hoard, which waa presented to
':,   i louse to aj. , reatei   ,     o\ Incial
.,   agi ii uHuiv n hlch con Isu of
thru,    \ officio membi rs,   '..  minister
ilturi   i Hon     R   d   Tal low I,
the ,i put s      ul.ti    ol agi li ultnre (.1 ���
' ii   '���! i'i i -.'iii. .in,i the i blef inspector
in  i: i T  Cunningham),   and
i    .,vi , ; ��� i om ,"���, b of ib.' bortl-
dli ���' lets, i he ie lai i  be ng ap
11  i bj iln- I leu ten ip     ��v<  nor,
District Boundaries.
i      iw in.   it,   the dlsti lets .i -    de-
in d:
Further Developments.
'I iicj    had    noi    si ul    one ci ni    ol
aci*  :,. ���  many    j i irs.    Thi ii
dl  . ��� n,is  had   I.". ii  paid out ol  I i   h
:-   i,'- ui' jioi . . and iln'i������ was not an
0111    Of    11.    , '.    I vi||, j     . ning      ,,nt       lii
h.ugland y��t,    I i       m     .��� ears j ��� I   hi
ii om y would ii.   -i" m in i oust ruction
TiH'i   had  raised n fn sh loan
million uinl a half   lollars to
for   the   Chilliwack   ii luring    ihe
hirtj ,i'i;.       Hai Ing referred also
In..;i.  :..!., i  : i ;      ar, he said
thai in addition to the Chilliwack line
UN RtO-HIJi STOVE
N'i w   \
lau,
----------------------------------------_________________-__|r' 'Ivnv! ,:
seni
���ft'
v thi net i,in of
I : ��� council's repi c
i inked thi ni I ��� their
'! mving , u cai r ��� d, th,
v- i "nn I iii ��� pre   ii,',. ol   I-'.
fining the V* ouvi r
and he   bi lieved    ho
���l ���   linn m    of the i iti-
ii he said lliey w, re there in
tuning lii  iliis   subject .'
Mr. Cooksley resm
mn  ai
New   Pipe   Line.
li une whlch would eosi an   i aoi in
i,us amouni ni munoy.    There wus al
I'll:.
Hai rj Ba iii a poured a bottli
gasolim ��� , . red hoi ove at lh,
honii <���;' his grandmothi i- in Bi ioklyn
lasi nii-'ln .in,l an explosion fi llowi d
r child wa ' seriouslj bui ned
ilia:  liis recovery is doubtful
.,��� reported ,1' u li ol Klug Mi ucllu, i
I   ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
coivi I : '  lat.     '    :  . effect,    u ';    T,,,>   whote  "'     Vftn
upo|j ani ���     Icuco is given  <       '    rlaii I,
���   ��� :-,., oi ,i   ,1     11> i    In, iii. ���   thai   .vi
i
, i  ih,     electoral    tii iti icl    of Co   ox
v '    ' uuted ou the mainland, ;iio
Urop   L.iin ic., ,   ,,    , ,       ,   ,
r , ol    IU< llllKUl I.    I   'lll.l
11 i   n. ,       Delta,      I.
ml   h   , lt_ "' \ ani ������
rhlrd   dii ' i i''     Im ludc     thi      ' li i
io nl dlsl i it -     , !��� .nn oop_, Vale, Slmtl
K un, ,-n,   i Ikanag u  and   I he   city     ol
\ 'son
i 'n i list  vi    Im Ivi,       thi       ',"'
lornl dl il i cl ol  R vi Isti te, I
k , !,,,    Sloean,    Grepnw ood,     i    md
Foi l,v   Vmli.   C anbi (Ok,   Fi i ni,     nnd
[the 1'iiy of Mew W>**tminster.
,..,,,    ,,;t,, ���     ll         -         ,,     . . . ; I . ,  .
Ion will dm ���    lin
lie  v: liesl   liaie  which  eau   be tlxi d
., i'   h    i:  iv      pn   .mill.n;.
I II    , .    Dli      |)l*l ma 1)1'      111,      OltUW .1 ...l ,'
\. ill     ,,'    111    ���'    lllll ,H       llli i1' '' ���
i-lH     , a
GELFSTYLED   PRItbT
1 U   b_   DEPOr!Tt-
Ccquelm   is   Dead.
Pai -. an,   2 r     Coq icl n    11,.      , eat-
In   operation    in   a   few
Hon. U. N.ii-man Bole, K.C.. did notjmo" U~- "''  the cUt����  hetween  Van
the i ity's ��� pposl  i i   i '���'"' -11"1   Westinlnster.    They   had
i.i.ii,,a-  one     Hi   wi bed  to ani"tll(T propositions for the benefll    ol
I Jjelleved      i   mat-
:��� ra with thi   B  C. F.  R. a -ubject of
airang��mi m     U  propi rly  ap
i ,-   believed  the  companj   tt .'.il.l   put
iV pipi     i.  nv
��� .I      ���   sure.
Aid.   Ad  ;n ���  '!��� clan ,1   he  had n
had   in,,  di tiii      .. : h ' hi   Vancou . ��� -
Powi uiny, oi Stave Lake Powe
i ian". nor had lhe v legation
mi h< ,1 to bin tin : idgmenl in
anj way. He beliei ed thi pipe should
be can led al anj rate to i he Mai row .
���imi al ove ib. lunm I intake pipe ub
ing the clean running water from the
iii'iiin- (lowing Into tin- lake. (Applause i
I-'. R, Glover, assistant manager   of
the company, was asked to speak next.
est French actor of liis lime, died at
so Ihe Westmlnster-Emirne line, which | He   W(1I].  international   fame   b>     l,i-
Financi.il  Backing.
In the tiiiirsi' of n Iqng, but compre
Debate on Address Continued,
'i ih' di bati   on I hi   addi     i in     eplj
w mai,,, g, .i.,,i   . ,     Anion    Lull ���        ' '' h from ihe    ihrom     was
tyi   i  po i ii pri ,i .     continued l>>   v K   MePhllltps, oi   I'v
ing tn.    .. i  iwo weeks, bus   secure I   ' u :'A      "'   v '    '"''""-I '"    ���'   M��
much   linenv'ed   notor.etj   ns  h   '������ u.    """'    ,,;i;""1 K" ''   ��� "   ljr' �� ' Xl
,.i Ins alleged actions in Winnipeg and ,'"";'''   ��    ��   '"'     I '���'' rn e) an
a  i: H if ii i   iii   iii hei   cities, tt as
^^^^^^^^^^^^^n___B____ ,     down  I,ns In    sis
Ol :, ;      (   .    in i     il"
:ii,   meantime, il, po union papers will
il  tnuiij   limes wllh
cltj n hii h could noi be goni I i
:u at iimi iiiii". Tbey did noi ask for
the -.ici'iiii, ��� ihe cltj's Intere i. and
��� . j=11 - ��� ��� content to wail for the
ori ,'i ihi i 'insuii ing engine -���.
f mi lu i ng ii" ubmltte l tbat Ihe
dam was mn a new proposition, having hi "ii In vi. ie ! for I ivchv months
,,n I ;,,- i. ��� i i.i the assistance gf\ n
iudusi rial ' iiiii prises in the city of
which sniiit' of them knew.
S-'ru ���   !'::: i;!:a dt,
Cantata   "Una"   This   Evening.
bi pi "i lUred, and al the i xplraiiun ol
i he tei in iie will bi loadi ,1 on a train
and billed !'<ir Illinois.
Al ih" final pi ac ii, tor the pn n tl
tatlon of Gaul's i na. when the coin-
bin 'il choli s , i Quel ns Avenue and
Fail view Mi i hoilisl churches were
heard for tin Brs( time, the slngei*s
vi ei" asBlgni d i heir   eal - on the plat-
iiudinr it: ,|i'    I '.
Mono of iii      pi ii--. ,1    an..
polnl    of Impoi tance   i heir    i ��� i
in ilnlj   i ovi -in i md
: ia \ ,'M" I   li\   I hi   ..rl,. ,'  ::j,,,.i!,
Standing Committees,
i ii   ci nl   i    i fu    thi   si   ��� li 'i an
'.,   follow I,   ill      ' '    I      1   ��� 111!
IMMIGRATION  RETURNS ell  Irman:
l-OR   LAST  DfcCEMDEH       i' inltloe   on i I i       bil
-i Hiding  oideis    Mesu ���.   Ros-. i;'.ii-
ii inw a,   lun    27.    The   io.a]   Innul    den   Thomsnn, Shut ford,     II, n-1 on,
Igrnilon for Deeerabei   wa.-     IliCO.    0\   U ii      md Will am
this number 290S came In  bj    ocean |    Coinnill  un mining    Messrs Mac
Aldermen may and Henley de-|f��"u specially constructed for the Declared thej had no collusion with the caalon. The quality v.i tone developed
Slave Lake Power company when   Inl by 'he chorus Is very full and agree
Victoria, and nothing had been ilono
to las their judgment. Aid. Gray
would like in nee another power com-
; un in ib,. Held ") supply customers.
Civic Responsibility.
Mr. Li c n Iterated il'ai he was noi
act'.i iti 1 ntag mi-m    in    : ,,-
< nn ouvi r   Pow      ,     v j i,,   he
lieved  iti" uompanj   wo ,.,| give them
i in i   and 2862 i i*om I In  Uuli ii State
Tli" total Immigration dm Ing the In n
i ��� 11.11.1111   year  was   I IS, iOO,  of  �� hli li
nun ier -.'7..,r11 came In hy ocean poi
ami 75,124 from the United States,
able, and ill" volume sufllcleni to pro '
,'fic" an extremely Impressive effect.
Miss  I'.'ma  Leeson    and   Mr.   "���'"-"" cooking sTove AT
were presenl and with Mr. Hicks, who
I took ib" inir,mln' parts, wonl through
a considerabli amouni of the solo and
quartette work, creating Impression tn
f       antagonism   inwards  ibe|hensive statemeni of the policy of the
f ..   was no rallwaj  & 'Pan>'' Mr. Glover said h.  knew i     | credl,  ;<��� ;ilc sta,,j taken to protect
jwhicl   wii    doing  more    tor]l��cal   circumstances   well,   and   whili
' i.a ",. were a few who opposed evei;
thing, the    majority    of W ��� stminster
people had always hei n on  the right
had  done   more,   than
I hej   ,\, re dlsi ti sin j
��� i   "1     lv 11"- ;   il"ill
sup
set
sle
���-�����:
to*
COB
���i business orL-.m'iz'.'tion, and \ ' r.u-\i.    They bad endeavored to fulfil
look after their   ln-| their  promises, and bad  cleared  one
'      sonatjle   Company,
ftouid    ....  that nn-    wan:
1   '-11 in- cltj's   chief as-
i    unfoi tunate from tii ���
"��� ,"ii,. water thai  II  had
f' io  tamper  with    tne
i in re was an Impres-
'i  n .i    aj   ii   v.a i   ,,    ihai
|'   -     uot as inii" as it used
he  Vancouv* r    Powei
'��� i operations ai Coqult
ib,' city's wati. mpi ly. \\hen thi
present da ������ built it lhterferred
��iih ;h" ' , supply, and   whai
would I," llli - j With sixty lt-e:
added    i the   am '   Whj   >hould   the
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ will, r sii'vl. ini|i,iilli.||  wlien  limy
wamp,    Owing to lack ol  funds    a  W( , , h(jp,ng .,, ���,,,  ��� popuiation   of
rock lilli.l crib dam bad been pul   In   -���,������, n|   Mi   ,. jn'���    ,, w    yeara    A
al first, and thej now wi bed lo place j HpIr]. ,��� clvlc    resjionslblllty   should
In position a hydraulic 1111 dam, which
,. i   the most modern ij pe for such a
Ituatlon    The pipe would be carried | coniljdt.nit"ion.
un into the lake, dam nr no dam. Mr.
Sperling    had    promised    everything
should be done lo help lhe city   an I
securo   ib" safety  of  tli"  supply    In
connection wiih the new    dam.   The
lill ihe city, nu I If they bad to   sell
certain rights, lei them be tadd for a
Mr, Curtis said be would undertake
i,i collect *i  for the payment of an
englneei should any difficulty arise,
an I regretti d thai the survey of the
city's laud round Uie lak"    bad    not
i    Mr. Sperling,   the.     _^_.____
l8e I Ing the scheme
1
| ���'' i or  had made prom
enable Improvements al
and hi  would be certain   to
1 i. ��� could from . i lie speak-
���mai observation of the corn-
was glad of the   agitation.
|llc   entiment behind ll    ihe
1^'   hands would be strength'
of the reasons against the
"'   danger of contamination
fi-   progress of  construction.
I     i   thai    the    Vancouver
rmpany should give them a
in the mountains, carry the
'P there, and then the water
lUld    ii"   for   ever   free   from
1 On      Ho   believed   such    a
provincial  government  would  require ��� bee_ m^fe
a certificate of approval before pass-j    K   v PaIge  mentioned,  when    the
mpanylng  resolution    was    read,
acrnli
Willi    reference    to    the    tlnanrlnl   ,,,,,,���, lilm. ii,,,!, was ilxed.    He    r.
Btandlng of the company, all the Dro*Lre*tted the delay.
perty of the    power    company   was) The Resolulion
vest    	
c. B, H. simply contracted   to   tak
all present that a very superior qualityIHo>'-u' ialV yesterday afternoon ow
of performance may te lookel for atM"- '" the Riove overheating, causln
this evening's concerl considerable i ou le to tha occupants
\    peclal   program  containing   the!1'1- the brigade located tbe scene   o
words of ibe <lantata In full with i \
planatory    note i  ha i h& n    prepan ti
anil will add much :o the Intelligibility
and eiijoj menl of the pn scntatlou
kny,  (Irani.   I'.n mi -,   Seholleld,   Hun
i, '.     Thnni "ii.     McGuli ���'.     li '.ns.'ii.
l.-icgownn,  11. , ��� v    Ellison,     lv ;'.^in.
Brew ���;��� r,     lone i     \lacdonald,    Hall,
King,   I leiidei ion,   Ruglei in  and     Mi
Inues,
i 'ommli i     ugrlcullure    Mi
Flllsoti,    Parsons,    Orant,    Hnyward,
Vn sinp .in,i 12 igii  "ii
ilonimlii",' mi municipal  matt ts
pi      I   Sfln.fi..1.1.' U.iiiviii.  .llai'min.iii
Cold  lunches wen- the nil.   al    Hn | Mackay, Gilford,    Bebiisen,    McOuIre,
Dave.i. I-Iaj vi d  i Hlvi r, Maydi n, Ker
gin, iiiii and i'.iew tei.
Committee     on    railways-   Mi
Mi I- tulips,    Mctlulre,    Gilford,    Htiy-
CAKE   CAUSES  fIRE
lor i, on the (Irsl floor of ibe Dominion i,,
the difficulty,;   jjhapman's billiard pur   ,v ,,.,|   gnatford, Ellison, Hunti     Mai
ov .hi. Behnsen, (1 ant, Parson, Man
-mi. Schofleld, Jarfllne, Henderson,
King, Nadon, Bn water, Vor ton
i. i. - on, Ki rgln, Hall ond Haw
tbornthwalti
ALLEGED  JAPANESE
Ti i i block wore Oiled wllh smoke
which ('im, up through thi floor. Dill
inately tit.- flre was iraced io the cook-
In-;  ran;.'!'  ai   ill"  "al"     ilnwn     -lairs!	
j Aboul  half an Inch of wood bad been]    committee    on    public   accounts
spies in custody j'"'ini'd through,  ami  in  consequence
an asbastoi flooring was pul In, with
Guayaquil, Jan. 27.- Three Jupaueic
wv,  brought in In i ���   ��� ���  tei day guarded by a lib- of soldici    .mil lodged In
jail.
They are suspected of being spies In
lhe -I'lviee of I In- Pi i 111 vn t-nwip
menl and ii is though I thej lire offl
cers in the Japanese ai my
Mi    i_    Pa  ,   Man ion   Schofleld,
Mackay, Henderson, Oliver and Nadi n
bricks above in give an air draft un      ,���,,���,,���i,._���   ���_   ._._.,_        ,,
��� '"inn i ��� ii n   printing      Mi
dei- ih" stove iniiu'"i ,,
Macgowan, Garden,    Davey,    Hen li r
____i I son anil .lones.
In  that  company,  and   tho  B.   ,������ ____i���.i���j i_     _
1    ��� ��� i   The following resolution was moved
0t%
their current ut a certain priep. The
officials of Uie two companies were
the same, but the staffs were different,
separately paid out of a separate
banking account. The standing of the
Vancouver Power company was as
trood as any In Canada, for the reason
(here wa? no mortgage f,n any of Its
properly.
Policy of the Company.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      "AImiiiI the company il-ell'. ultat  H
���i be found,   He intimated ajhave been dolngi and wha, we p, ie
would  be moved  later for , ,.. wfl, the   I)cXt    Mlbj.i;    wub
htment of*an englpeer. which   Mr. clover   dealt,   Thej    all
logger in the Fence. knew   they   were  bDlIdlng  the  '',lilli
[Cooksley took a  line whloh|wack  line, and they knew what thai
by Mr. Lee, seconded by Mr. Crelgh-
lop. and carried:
"Whereas, the Vancouver Power
company ire applying for permission
:,, build a dam at Coqtiltlani lake, and
Whereas the building of said dam may
Interfere with tha quality and quantity
0f the water supply of ihe city of
\Vu W"slminster, be it therefore re-
golved that ibii meeting strongly
amends opposition to the building of slid dam until such time as
the ienrl-_a ol a competent engineer
,,r engineers can be secure, to make
an investigation  into the  waterworks
���������������������������������������������������
��� TWENTY  MINER8  RESCUED. ���
��� Cranbrook, Jan. -7.   A n pori ���
��� received here   from   Moi rlssey ���
��� hilnes late i tsl    night,     tated ���
��� iii.ii  twonty miners had   been ���
��� buried In a cave in. after an ex ���
��� plosion, hill nil     wer,'    rescued ���
���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
|+ DISASTROUS TRAIN  WRECK ���
���   *   ���______________^_
��� Vienna, Jan. 87.   it Is f-pori ���!��� without serious   injury,   Whai   ���
��� ed thai forty-five persons were ���!��� caused the fall of earth l-,   not   ���
4 killed   in   a   wreak   today   a( ���,��� known, bui it is likely to have   ���
��� Blelltz, lh Austrian Sll-ila. The ���[��� been a "dump."
���   news comes from Crac
iw I'loin    ��� I ���
��� which city relief has been seni
��� The reports are meager
��� ���
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+;��� + ��� + + + + �����.������������������������
Railway Commission Subdivided.
New Canadian Loan.
iContinni'd on Page Three.'
I -   I'm,   Ji'ii. 27, -Applications    for
he new Cana'd an $30,000,000 lonn eon-
Inue lo be reci Ived In very satisfa.-
| tory voliiin.
Ottawa, Jan. 27. Reorganlaatlop Of
the railway commission, by which the
Doml&lon Is divided Into districts un-
dei i!h> chief commissioner, i.? an
lOirrfd. Dr. Mills, assisted by Tn-
������-1'.������"��������� r McCaUl, will look after Rritlcb
Coin inbt'a.
Statement of  Expenditure.
ll" "  are  Hn   details ol  the -
menl nubmltti d bj Hon, it. <;. Tatlow
ni the request of the Llb< ral mi mh rs;
Statemeni ol expi ndlture under special  warrants from  May 21,*808,   n>
i ai v  25, 1909, Tin. service, amount
of  warrant   anj  expenditure  ar<    _s
follows:
Julj 30, hospitals and charities,
$15,000, $11,000; .tine 22, education,
$15,000, 915,000; Si pi. 3, education,
$10,000, $8028.17; May 11. public
works, $6000, $5000; Oct. 6, public
works, $.",11.00(1. $60,000; Oct. il, public winks (Prince Rupert), $200,000,
itlll reserved; Deo, 28, public works
$ inn,noo, $44,000.82; Dec. 28, public
works. $195,760, $96,3-8.60; Dee. $8,
public works, $7"),000, $2S���'14,r>.90; May
21. miscellaneous, $10,000, $10,000;
S**ii, !, miscellaneous,' $10,000, $10,-
ooii; Oct. 13, miscellaneous, $3000,
$3000; Dec 28, miscellaneous, $10,-
000.  $10,000.    Total.    $707,750,    $2'J9.-
658.39.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY   JANUARTZB,,^
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
1 for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc \
Horticultural Bill
*
Presented to House
(Continu< l froi    I   -
TRADE
OPEP ft.
J8E  BOOKINGS.
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John   Gets Seme   Informat Dn.
Ul    Oil
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month
tg D        L, 1908 .
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3. -..   intention ol ih
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I"   ���������'���������'��� " - tolls forth "
l-OOr OWI "
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WAN":
p. 0
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ro ms.  Ap
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Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO
Supposition
Jar.   - -   \ action,
i-       | ���-:     Mill! n-
r. .:������ Byre.
Daniel S
;���'. 7 BU   - '���::.
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24 eresl
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28.���1 hi   GIngi rbred
Goodwrin.
Taken   For
Orders
CKimney
Sweeping
"WATEK  CLAUSES   CONSOUBlTm.
ACT, 1897, MJ��ttENDW6Ailv
Vancouver Power
i Companj
NO! :    . .
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    | Council
Thom \s Peters company,
1 nw [Uficate of Approval ol
Telephone 164
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We are still giv- | Th      h 0ur SHUR-ON EYE
ing   these   grand $ 5      ^. . c c c c
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nd
- capital  ready ��� 1720:  E
v.        \V.   e
���    . ���       $92.5
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: iw -.-��� rl     '..      \   :������.
��� '	
; OUND -P .1 e     ontalnlng   e im   of' present
rnon ;    owner   can  receivi
same by proving property and paying for this ad-.- rtl   m Appl? I
David Saunders, cornei    !C lumbla             I'- i
and Kr, ��� toa
	
bargains.   As you ���
will   notice   below ���
these prices, for the ���
quality   of   goods
i shown,  are
thing out of the or-
dinary and this is a
chance for   every
good housewife to
:; grasp. Nothing
pays like cash buying.
GLASSES.
THEY  WILL  PLEASE  YOU.
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
nd ah optical   work  guaranteed.
yniiiP-  �� Eyes tested free ar" "���������  r
TO REXT���Ol .    bed-1
..     :.   . ��� two
ill Rent i
y 287 Vlcl
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and
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Granulat |  Bug.   foi f   75.
20 lbs   Granulated Sugar for |1.15
Ight Grade F    ir 1   ��� ne of Uie [
-.-".;.' Hours on the market  md
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Sauce, tti
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Deaters in All Kinds  ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sash.   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
[Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone"! 2.
dking in the uia'..-
.-ter.
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AGENCY���Under new management
imbia.l *                    p0
box 807.    Cai "���    ��� '���'  *:1
kinds o'            promptly,   free   ol
charge    I rai 1        107 Cordova
st-eet west, Ph ' 2750, Vancouver, '
,.
Manutacturer  ot
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
family trade  a  specialty.
I   -       i Re'
est Sliced
I ii   25c
. ��� ng      ���  :'
lb
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-
Z lbs. Ral in-  To:- 25c.
Tapioca tor i5c.
:, lbs. Sago for 25c.
. Poultry Fo��- ���'"��� :
:; pkgs. Com Starch for 25c.
TO ^H l'\  I     	
montl ply 215 ofT)ce   Elght strSet      5 pk���   Uundry Starch lor 25c
Accounts of Organizations
I b . ���     Societies, Fraternal Org .      Clu nloi
,-.:..: ��� ' .
have sui  . S in a Savings  a      int, t to the
e oi
We m iki ,i s] eclalty of thi   class of bu
CONSULT WITH  US TODAY   and   w<   will     ���   plea
details explaining our system.
ful
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C-
$250.00   In   Prizes
 .
Given away every month
absolutely FREE with
Royal Standard FLOUR
... | Royal s^ndard   F    i    1 avln.  our mills  c
.       on the la      ay ol   ach n   ath 10 nun
puhlished in the first Issue of thU paper following.
tei i we  wlll,   u;,<m
:       ���' to any ad
ill pa
������'. '.   ���
:-,���   ���
IJ   ���
$25.00.
GIN    SAVING
_ Ol     Royal Standard  to
! mo ' wholesome br^ad flour on the marl.-:.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY  BY
1 bottle -Mushroom Cats;;,. 25
7 pkgt*. Force  for Hot-..
Cambridge Wafers, 25c per tin.
8 bars No. 1 Laundry Soap for li5c
8 bars finp Toll'-t Soap tor 25c.
" lbs. of lin- T.ml- Hutu.' ; ,r Sl.1"'.
3 bottli.- ol Pickles for iiOc.
3 bottles of Worcester Bauce for 25 .
3 tins of Fresh Herring for -5c.
1 tin of Canned Rabbit for 'J'.c.
White Star Brand Rakim Powder,
20c i>er tin.
Blue Ribbon Brand Baking Powder,
-' c per tin.
Magic Bi ind Baking r ��� r, 20c
per tin.
m
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Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
:'
NEW  W1STM1NSTER,  B. C.
F.   B.  LYLE.   Mnnager.
0
0*0#O#O#O#0t00#O*O#O#0#O40 O* ^C*C-��<��O*0O*O*C*0��O*_**O
Easterbrook  Millinp*  C
:rbrook   lvli.
Eturne.
ing
B. C.
FLOUR!
ompany,
FLOUR !
Imperial	
Hungarian Jewel
$7.00 per brl.
$6.50   "     "
M
Terminal $5.50
McQuarrie&Co.iJ'"r,: AND FEED MERC^��
FRONT   8TREET
New   Vya-.trninste-.
Teler-honc 333.
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Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd. Py|j|J�� SllDpIV
VANCOUVER. B. C. I    1        *
Bank of Montreal        StOfCS
^^^^^^^^^      ESTABLISHKD l817'^^^^^^^^^^^
CAPITAL ���14,400,000.00
RESERVE        ���11,000,000.00
��� rancher, through*, it Canada and New tonndlaad, and   ln   London,   England,
Nuw  V-r'.:,  <"hlr.ago and  SpoKane, U.S.A., md Mexico Cit)'.     A Uen-
eral Banking  Business Transact*>d.
setters of Credit'issued, available wlU. correspondenU In all parts of tha
World,
���svlngs  Bank  Department      Depoeits received In rams of 11 a__ upwards,
and lat-reat allowed at 3 per Dent per annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over  $168,000,000.00.
A Little Good Coal
mak' i ,, b hot flre when a lot
of pooi i a. ��� nd ��� oui i o beat
at all. It I.- economical lo buy
our coal, because it ;., clean,
_oe i tartbe t, make i i i heat,
leaves verj little ani: and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grade��. We deliver ii to any
part of the city. Full weight
ttiway      Te ephone  your order
to US.
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. do so |
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rlbed   bi
��� ��� ���::-��� .ii ::.,ii-   ol   th
and
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C by the Water Clav
f Act
further an
ed  to full)  coi
��� will   ���
tundred and nl
���>;'v
tlsh    Columbia    I.
. any, Lin
f to be sei      '
l- -a  r  Com
., ��� decimal currei
ich otl
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ties.
;    The Ume within wbicb tb����
��� . r capital ol    p
00)
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li ��� ind -----
���   said un lei
.     tobecommen
ation of tb."   ���
of obtaining a certificate of aw
! be in opi 'thin
���: date of co
And upon buc!i applifa,loD
ii   ial  and  neci
and ��� Ifectuallj  cai
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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il   ��*��� ,
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proposed further ui
appUe-  for. ���:]
!    Dated at the Cltj ol J
[tb.. Province of Brill h -"""^L
24th day ��t Decembi     '   l'^J
VANCOUVER   POWE1
LTD.
NSW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
O. D. BRY-LNER, Managst.
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
nv i'"1''
\m
EmpjoympnrW*
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.       ; FaiTI-ly    RatCSj on_   toSBS-StS5
Builders of Mission Pttrnltnre,
Mantle , etc.
t Work-: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Street.
���v-aie   and Female  H "P
,rurn,,!!,!er_BV
IVlcNt.-1-*-
COLUMBIA    and
��. �����
NEW   WESTMINbl^oB4,
[ohone  431- THURSDAY. JANUARY  28,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Mail Service
NOTICE.
Following are the hours of despatch
i; rival of mails at the New Westminster poM office, the hour given in
K,,. ii case bi-iug the hou* of closing,
I, ; ,1; is half au hour, as .i  rule, be-
lore the actual  __8_,atch.    All mall-,
IBleBs otherwise state*!, an- despatch.
THE      BURRARD      WE ST MM ST1. Ft
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY   AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will apply to the Parliament of i an-
ada at its next session fur an Act extending the time within which the
Company may commence and complete the Railway the construction ol
CANADA AT A DISADVANTAGE    i the stage
IN MATT ER Of TREATIES
"The   Devil's  Auction."
Tender for  Supplies.
��� I
,nJ received dally except Sunday,   which   was  authorized   by   the   Corn-
only  mails dispatched    and     re-   pany's    Aci   of    incorporation    being
,r-; Sunday are the C. P, K. south  Chapter 68 of the Statute- 0j Canada
j t . p. K. east mails, not Including  i:"-'7. and to authorise  tbe Comp_a��
to enter into any agreement wltn
the Vancouv,!-. Westminster and Vu
kon Railway Company which 13 au
thorlzed by Section Jiil of iln- 'Railway Act" and for other purposes, and
authorising the const1**-! .on of a
branch line from a :<::'-., in the main
,,,:,      mails,    Sapperton,    Frasi
,a.i Coquitlam.
Malis   Despatched.
ti'
. ay.
1 I'll!
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,-,  ,,i a, m. (closed at eleven   i   -��� ������ ������
revlous night)    Vancouver    via
S   H. "Owl."
-,    ,i a.m.-Vancouver    and   (except   :1'"'   authorised   hy   -lause (C) Of   sub-
day) Victoria,  via B. C.  Electric  section 8 of the Company's Act uf In-
coi'poi'i.::;."i. r.hence in an easterly and
mas and Seattle, including all  U.  - ":-''';.'   direction by the most  teas-
nts east  and  south, and  points  '   ;''  route  through   Vale,   Llllooet and
...,.u New Westminster and Hunt-  Cariboo districts to the most conven-
o-   B.C., via C. P. K. south; also  ""'  i",int where ���<��� Junction   can    be
Pi ii, east, Bapperton, and   Era er  "::ul"  w'th the branch  line    of    the
Vancouver, Westminster    and    Yukon
Blaine and   Seattle,    m-  Railway  which  runs from  the    main
���        _ii u. S. points east and south; |llne ot ���*���-  Hailway easterly to Ed-
L0      points between New Westmin-  :"' ;-'���'"
|,: '       Blaine,  via Q. N,  R, 1,;,!"'1  ': Vancouver, B, C, December
Cloverdale and dlstricl (Clo-   "-"'h- 1����8.
ley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, AUu-;
and Kensington    Pralri, i    Haz< I-
i   |>or: Kells,  Hall's Pralri,    and
;, spatched dally excepi S in
Sealed tenders addressed to the un
dersigned at New Westminster, B. C,
and endorsed on the envelope   "Tenders for Supplies.*' will be received up
io noon of Saturday, the thirtieth day
of January,  L909,    for    supplying the
ship chandlery, groceries, m>vits, co.,l       0
and rough lumber, required for tho um
of the Department of Public Works at   Cau
New Westminster, D. C, until March
31st   1910. I sti
Chartes  H   Ya.e s ' K\, rla ...   .> ,
H'a    A.., :i, 0 '    Which    v    >    :...    .        :
capacitj       k .,��� times
Uarl^..-- nan  ,���.-     i d   _�����        K j tu*      n   ���   .        baa earned the iwbriquei
aaeis  ot   Both Political Parties Agreed on 1 his   Point���
Nl       T* C IJ   U      D*    J* II    .1     D    _���_���     1 fltle'   "   """    I ;1;*   ';i     "
No  Treaty      ould be Binding Until   Ratified
By Dominion���Protection of Rail- in viewing the production
��� .   ived   alnu        reryth ng   ���   ,     , x
way Crossings. .-������������.
  For twenty-i     hi   yeai       ...    D
\iiiii,'n     Its     tone  all,'ii.1     supplying
a   27.-   riH-    leaders    ol   Foster, said lha    icndei    tor    ipplles   she amusemeni   public  with .,  couph
,esterdaj    agreed   that  '"''���' ,lll> marine   depnrtuient    foi    the ol hou     of anticipated    ea   ires    ..,
i ..v... ,     in    il
ai  , S   �� ill!      lhe      I lilted
current year had     ��� ��������� i     ed tor, and  til tti  announcemcnU hav,   gained   a
....   tdj    eceivi I  I    tu British Ooluni   sort  ol inence until eveni     i i
llli
bin, New Brunswick aud Nova Scotin I from Iti   coming and going, and
Mi   Borden objected  to    the Hon   Mr   pUgSi03    announced   thn n  reward  for good  behavior held oui
The supplie-   furnished must be cl                    [���  ..1V,  United    States    ol rail tenders received by   th, young folks "thai the)  wlll be taken
the best qualltj of their several kinds  :v             ,.      portani treaties affect- governmenl   would be opened  In    thi o   Bee the     Everla ting   Bevll't*   Auc-
and must be delivered at tho Govei--   Ini   Canada, ihe same prlvllegi   being presence ol   hi                  it the depari tion" If they are good.
ment    wharf   v..u.-    w-ptminsiar    .,,-' i ��� ,1.    i   .                ,,                       ��� :'������' ,i:  and on    ol         official rhls yea   s odltlon, tbe twentv-el lh
ue m     wii.m, .\cv,    Westminster,    oi   n          |   from   ihe  Uointnion    pari III
���.,, ,.,,.,,,          ,       , Mr.  Rlckerdlke  li.v    Introduced   an -'���  in  ever)   succeeding    eason     new
wneie specified ,n the form of tender,   ment   until   ihe    tsseni   of Downlns
-'      u                  '��� amendnient io iln         ,-aj   ., .       ,   ���. costuni'     srenerj and the latest novel.
lae department  reserves  the rlghl   streel     wa      given    to    pu UcaUon, ,���...   ��� ,,,���  the    protection    of    rallwaj ties          ������        clous  In    h -   iiroduc
to accept the whole or part of any ten-   ' i i     hould he   Imultaneous puhlica ,-.,,                     ularlj   in   cities    and on,                                       lomoi ow
der.
ion ns    ii is nil tel* i   han the measure nlghi
,.���,,,,, , , -    Wilfrid   i.aiirn'i    said   that    be  ������ ��� ,. | p.,   \li   Lancaster and kill ;
borms ol tender may be obtained al
TUPPER _  GRIFFIN,
Solicitors for Applicant
[NOTICE.
��� ' i    vi   cqntroveri     Mr      Borden'*- ed   In   tho  Senate   ivi       .   don     Mi
the office of il    resident engineer, De ,,.    undoubtedly tu.     , B ,   hai   i   u     ntroduced     in
p_rtment of Public Works, New West,   in ngeuieni    wa      Inconvenient     li anipiulinent to the criminal code, nink
minster, li. C.
Hi-cvvstrr's Million*.'
i lin   i iikI -li    proudlj   i lalm    thai
I tin  ini   itlou    ' Ini* ii   unlawful to carrj    leadlj   wca      the sun nev.i gets ua the British Em
a advertisement   m      '""i h'  ai,m    ' ' ,Uat " ' ' ;'        ovl(U"8 [01   l��ln       M ���        Cohan-  Ua      . who ,
ivas desin ,    ���  the lash unon  wife    ��� ni   ,.,,.     ,i,..     ,	
Hon. Mr  Bordi n wi n   a ste i further ;i , | thlrtj  la li  ��� I
..um,     Monday,      'uesday
and    Saturday;    T> m hi
Vccord, Wednesday and S t-
I     : ,,   mails   are  nil   nv, Ivi .
lespatched.
NOTICE   i-   hereby  given   that   i be
\ ini,, iv, r  Power Company,   l.uiv ��� I,
.i.    li posited in  the    i. a l
,;���.���:     i iffii ������  in  the  Cltj   of New
Papers Inserting thi
without   authority   from    the depart
ment will not be paid for it. ,,,,i lnal ���., tivut.v affecting Ca      \;    iv     , |   .   . , :-,, far th*a habit.
'I'lv  lowest oi   any  tender will a ild -hiding until   in Ified      Hon   Mi    \i ,   :���...  has Introduci i    i
necessarily I ������ accepted.
'be l.ish upon   wife    eai    conieilliuiM   wlll   presen
conred       Brew    . .      Millions"
_pera house on   I lun alaj   nil lit,  Ke ���
Vancouver, Victoria   n I   ,\      minster,    Brltl h    Columbia,  the
G.  A,  KEEFER,
Ri    leni Engine
  -��� iuuuuuwu     '   |Ulln   11,   muke   ii  Blmillai   claim   ������
'    :i''' parllanieni ol th,   Domlu  n, 14, , ,������   ml 1      natural intlon act. 1    , ,     ��� ,,,,  ctmieily,    ���  ,��� ,���,u      .
"'"   M'   '"   ' "     '       " ��� -1.    ���     1 ���        .  law innlianeoi .   ented  In  m,     t,   ,
(..A/-
, via
B. C Electric rail-
plan   an 1   li'iok  of    ������  Eerence    of  It:
��� in n ������ i -CbllUwai k Rallwaj   from
cherry Hi.1,    Tli .   ih    town of  Hunting Ion to the City
'    . I     ...      a ������ Ing     thro igh the
litle:    ol    S ai   Chill -
.   the   town   of   1 [tinting ; m
and ��� lie cltj of Chilllv*, a k, v In * sec-
1 and ii,"-- (5) 0   th     .   *
.in.
South .'v tmlnsti r,   bj
lay and F'ldaj 1.
���.   -East Burnaby, bj c
i.m.���Burquitlam, ny courier,
i.m.���Ladner,    Port    Gi
1'    v. an 111 tea ( n as manj dlBS ������ il
WertlaiisesConsolhliiiion Lower Fri^-rRivcr
Depai       nt of Public Works, .N l��l  Um  ,-i-l   l-nnn-lnn ^       *i' ,*��,XV1VC1
ACt lh{)7 and AmRlllllllfl FreigKt and Pass-
.  Aiik" c
rtl''^' enger Dervice per
Synopsis of  Canadian  Homestead Cq  .,-��-)
Regulations. Vancouver   Power  Co.. Ltd. &&���      Kamon;i
,
ben Mm-
���,  1 lan 1 and Bunbury,    dai wn   on   the    ild   pian
Sunday;  Woodward.    Tu.   da ���   I I       Chief C.  amis     ^ [q ^ ^ ^^ ^ g f^
md  s iturday, via   ��� teami 1       ���'���' r of Lan Is and  Wi   , tin
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���n    Vancouver    and     Pip' r
N, ii. north.
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etrlc  railway.    Saturda,'.
itched to    Vic
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Including all  ;'
. . ith, via ti. N. R
i.m    C. P, 1:. east, Sai perti a
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The two  v.'.'.u a in. C.  P, i(
:  ,        take mall (01
of  British   Columbia.
Dati 1]  this    12th  day  of January,
: :��� '1
A. 1-'.. BECK,
Solicitor  :      Vancouver P ��������������� v   Com-
panv, Limit d,
Vlj available Dominions lands wltn- -        	
il tlie railway belt iu Liritish Colum    Not,ce of Application for Furthe, Cer       Carrying  freight   and    ..     ugers to
tificate of Approval. i    points between  New W. itiulnster
  inl Westham 1 land.
Ujy  male over  li  year, ol  age. to th< Leave_   Brackma,   Kv\   unail dailv
extent of one-quarter Bection 01   160                                      ,-..��� ���      ,��� p ,��� .  BUdU-onui ��� ��� ,,��� M���n
\ l, 11, \   1', 1 ���., ,, -    p a
pd  to  visit   \ aiicotn v    11   c
, ,��� Kliw  ,\   1   lam , 1     iiiainnioili
1 ��� "ii   nl     li. a I fur,"    at  thi    - ���
���    ill   Ill.lt    cltj     VI. ie   il   \\ill   I
.1   (VOl I, ������   I'll".!' ���   ���      ,11   Mi m luj   ���>' 11
I'Vliriilll'i    I      In   v! I . li in   ',i  Ihi
, ,. ���   n        Wi   iniinci       leclal
mai In iinoiuici .1 "ii \v. .I'i
:  ..   applli    ton   will 1: ���  madi     wh       ' ;"   ���*ally' exceP'  FrldaJ'8 -"  ,; B"m-S j tnui   Sntuid-ij       rims,      men   ng    l,
1 tin 1  trip on  Saturday , leaving   . ,,,,        ,   .    .     ,, ���i,i     ,,,.,i
proxy may. however, be made on cer    ���  "  ' '""':|  '���  ' " '   ���" imrsuauco
tala conditions by the father, mottter,   .   e no  ce of aid   llth daj ol  De
dcres, more or lesa.
.'..   to  ib.. : ic .' I;,,  d ��� da;   . leaving al ���-
Entry must, be made personallj  at!,,        ,
J       1 1 leci uibi 1.    10s, 1 ii.;:   ' ,\,i we, ks urt 1
I ho local laud office t u the  .   ': Icl lu
A-lii<-h the land  is situate.    Entry  bv
Returning leave Westham 1 land ',
111,  dally, , xcepl  I'ndaj a ,11  il .1 m .
ynopiis     of     Ccnaa;.-..      North-Weil
Homestead   Regulations.
.11!
A-...  even numbered section ol Do
tmin   ' ���   mmion  lauds in Manitoba, Saskati
and   district   jWan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2��,
10 p.m, C P    ,ot 1       .���'..... be I omi   ea led   ij
:.<i\xor  Kin ei    QJ  person who is the sole head of a
i oquitlam excepi   Pi       , ,.,:>. or any male over 18 years of
Port Hammond,    ������, to the extent ot one-qu
1     :. .       Mission     t'iv   don ol 160 ...    . more or '���   a
z an i   i    . li"t    Spr'.n  <       Application   tor   entry     must     ue
for Pori Moodj andBarnel    ��� i      In person  by  the applicant at
la Vai IC  P It. v.,     I��. Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-
igemy   for  uie   district   in   which  the
an i Is sil late,    Entry by prosy may,
e  made  at an  agency on
In    iiiditlons by the lather, moth-
r, son, daughter, brother or Bister ol
m Intending bnmesti a.ier.
homesteader is rejulred to per
orm ; he ���   me ti ad duties under one
if the following plana'
Ui   At least six momhs- residence
,,   :,   and   cultivation  of   the land   in
ich year tor three years.
(2)   a nomesteader may, if h�� so
i    [res,   perform  toe    required    resi-
|i ;, e   duties   by   living   on     farralug
:,.. owned  solely  bv  him.  not less
Westham Island and (Tues I elghty  {m  acres lu ^^^ ._
-���!,.. vicinity of bis homestead.   Joint
Mails   Recclverl.
Blaine and   Seattle,
I . S, po nv,  va tl.  N.
.    io a v    Strawberrj H
���      , ,      id Frldaj >
a.m,    Vancouver and  Vii tori .
'   C   Electric railway.
v    Burquitlam, by cou l<
10 [i.in,   Blaine and Seattle,    lu*
all r. s. points; also ail polntg
:0 p.m    Ea I B irnaby, by couriei
a m.   Vancouvi r, via G. N. li
00  to   11:00  a.m. -Ladner,   Pori
1-- ti ami . l' ivouiite. (Bteve
Da     ���     .:', bed   and   :>'v Ive 1  v'.a  Van
".  i
���' a1   in l    p.m.   C,   P.   li.   east,
ii ��� m, r..  Mills and    Coqult.
Im.
ia Vancouver, Central Park
i i :   iser Arm.
-a Vii toria via Van ���"''��� r
m Sumas   flii.   '���' i ' ' ���
iwnershlp In land  will not meet this
requirement
<3)    If the father (or mother, if the
father Is deceated) of a homesteadei
aas   permanent  residence  on  farming
iand  owned  solely   by   him,   not   ll
-.ban  eighty  (SO)   acres  In  extent,  ln
b    'icinity of the homestead, or up-
m  a homestvad entered  for by bim
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
ling all C. .-.. polu      md ��� -'perforin  his own  residence duties by
en Huntingdon and New Westmin-   living with the father (or mother).
1  '-.  P,  1!. south;  also Eraser      t))    Xtie term "vicinity" in the two
son, daughter, brother or sister ot an jei'inij ,. isios, loi   i i      ���. certltl at��
Intending homesteader. to he included in iln   i ni
The homesteader is required to per-     ���   i Heal    ol   uppi ival)       its       thei
form  the  conditions connected  fhere undci , i  ,,i  the ��� (,i
with    under    one    of the    following .    ���   i  Ion and ,,'     ii on ol n    Ini
plans: track   iininwaj   from  .<
(1) At least six uiouiu-- residence m , i  neai the New  We tin n
upon and cultivation of the  land    In tion   nt   the i  mail,an   Pacific   ral
each   -.ear   for  three  years. .     ,.    the   branch  line  lo lhe  Cltj   of
(2) If the father (or mother, it' the Mew Westminster branches off io tin
I father  is  deceased),    of    the    in,me- r;v   ,,f   \,u-   \y. ilinlnstn   lo
Bteader resides upon a farm in    the     torn :,   i,  end    i   I
| vicinity of the laud entered  fur,  the Coqui lam,   ��   ,i   the   neci   ..u.,     die
requirements as to residence may be i and I i noui    and hrnnehc
satisfied by such person residing wllfl ihe  pa   age   a  cai      vim     i n  I
! the father or mother. and  other vehicles    adapted    to    lhe
(3) If the settler has his ;��� rman       ,,    nnd to  mild    rl Igi    and exen   i
lent residence upon farming laud own Innj  of the powei i a    icl  forth In    ei
ed by him in the vicmity of his home. Hon  9G of tho Water Clause   Con   ill
stead, ihe requirements   as   'o rest* datlon   ^ct,   IS97,   with   among i     nil
deuce may be satisfied by    residence othei  powei    thi   power to take, Irani
upon the said laud. nd ��� ���   i        and    ore I
Six months' notice ln writing should niineial    and   freight   upon  the  tram-
be given to tl e Commissioner of I). m .    .  by tbe force or i owor of animals'
inlon Lands al Ottawa of Intention lo nr sm-ii    , ,-���       eirie, vvatei oi nther,
apply for patent motive   powi the Companj   inn
COAL.���Coal mining rights maj   bi       i n expedient,
leased for a period of twenty-on,'y :n -       Vntl  unou     ich   ippllcatlon all    lb
at an  annual rental  of  $1   !*'r acre ,; nal and  necei ary powers   lo  rullj
Not   more   than 256fTacres shall   bi and  effectuallj   carry   oui     the    said
ieased to one individual or company. I proposed   further undertaking   will   be
A royalty at the rate of five cents per applied for,
ton shall be collected on    the    m'-r- '    Dated m thi   City of Vancouver,   In
chantable coal mined. the Province of British Columbia, ihe
W. W.   CORY, '.'",:li   day  Of January,   A.I).   1009,
Deputy of the Mmls'er of the interior  j     VANCOUVER POWER CO.,  LTD.
 I It   II   Sperling, general man.i
. vi i.m.. calling   il   Stevi   ton  a
cment utters,
itSTa-'
At MOREY'S
A Splendid Line of First
('lass Stationery Pa-
peteries.
Pads and Envelopes
in Eaton-Hurlbut's best
grades.
In orili      a .     ood location
:  ,'t tluil     IV ii Hui  lin    ik cer bei
i ni. ,|   in   V nn utivei   win ni-
. .in ��� nn  i iv 'i " ne in   ,���
i   ii,,ii ip  wil prefaced
11. iixMidoii    .,   .     ���      n|i
AT Morey's
lllli lillllK STORE
COLUMUIA    81 ML!   I .
I -Bi-TIl -> WII-IWWS-
C
OOKSLEY'S
TENDERS.
���ills,
1:00 p.m.���('. P, it. east
60   YEAR-"
EXPERIENCE
, m
0L
\RS
prtftfi
���P.O.**'
���receding paragraphi is defined as
meaning not more tfcan nine miles in
a  direct line,  exclusive of the width
j of  road   allowances crossed    in    'he
measurement
(T.) A homesteadei Intending to
perform his residence duties iu ac
'Virdance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land "^i"
ed  by himself must notify the agent
i for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of D��-
I "11,1. i     ',;    lhe   I'm ni Jiing   nl   ma
11,   vi    anil   -   ;i i��� ai iIon    of    cpim in
walls ami ii"". containing ihh I ���   i 10)
( ub'lc yard i mm  less,   'lenders io
e in cost tn    ","1    Plan and spec!
fl cat Ions maj  ' ���������   i en al the office of
i Walker & Pei i . Kdmondi Station, 0
Eastbound Empress sails from   8t,   C   E   it., on VI lay, Feb, I, 1909
John  Feb   12 and 20.   Call for   par '    The low.  . oi mi) lender noi neces
ticulars. sarily accepted.
ED. GOULBT,       ' ��� ~	
Agent.;
qANADlAH PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
,_VUU UJ___.^c_J&
When sending for friend, in tho "i'i
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and pn vent
delay.
r,\Ki��;
Trace Marks
Designs
Copvbights Ac.
Anronsim_ltif ���ikstsbsnddsM.pthmaH " '   'Z .     m   .. i-tentlon
i.i'i.iv ii.i-oriRn" ....,'opinion frue*i.<'iii<T ������*    . minion Lands at Ottawa, or int'nu
v.i:,.i���.r, l.prnhnhlr rntciiliiI'lAni'""",1.'".''.S ,      .
'��� I.* ki rtcf.ii- *-.niiu.-i.i i.ii. HANDFOOK <��n i*.it-ut��     to apply for patent.
W. W. CORT,
Deputy of the Minister of the Int'  '���"'
Milt iii'i'. ui,!,..t w.ni - for uriiiu paieni".
I'lUenU ti,k,.n t',r.,v.|i Munn *. COaNOtlVt
���i<'i~l tuAUx, Tiltlii,ui.-.iiar��o, inllm
Scientific Jlwertcan.
A himr.M.iiiHl! UlnMMtiil wiial>.   l-irsert cir-
ii.'.ii!.. i    ,t M,y .i.ii.i   ;,��� 'vi,silI.    Turia. lor
1 ���i ��� ��� 4..:. u vmli', i^,. mai' |,ri.p��iil.    .Sold br
MUNN g Co.*6'0- ���d��� New Ycrk
Ir-
lJi :u.,h
t".,   I     ' I..  Hlallu'lklOtl. la. C.
tT        ADVPlKTiaK
��� IN ���
THF        DAILV       NEWS
if YOU War. a Situation.
"The Milwaukee"   The White Pass
"The   Poineer   Limited,''     St.   Paul   to J   V    I R I
Chicago,   "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to,   j___(l    1 UKOII   KOUl6
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited";
Kansas City  to Chicago. for    CONRAD,    CARCROSS,    ATI.IN
NO   train.   In   the   service   -n     ;l,1-v ' w,, |',.,,; ,H ,���s|.;   DAWSON nfld FAIJI
railr.iad   in   111"   world   that   -C-Ual    ill i ."'��__.���
equipment   that   ot   the  Chicago,  Mil-' BANKS. Dally Mia, texCOpt Bunday)
waukee k  St.  Paul Railway.     They carrylng'passengers, mall,.express and
own   and  operate  their  own  Sleeping freight   conned   wllh   stage-   at   Car-
i and dining oars ott all their trains and I cr0l|S all(1  uiiHe Home, maintaining
give thelp patron-; nn excellence    of ,���.���,. ���rrvioe
'        . , a ihiivougb wintei i-< i vici.
serve.'  not   ohtainahl.-  elsewhere. ,
H. S ROW!., General Aant, ^ information imply to
134 Third St.. tor. Aide,-. Portland, Or. .1. H. ROGERS, Traffic Maim
Engineer Will Report
On Coquitlam Scheme
.in pn. i rn. i
. ii, ,1.i i ..I un mi, ,   ..,
I,-, i ni  iii" lui   mi    .a    ach   Inn
have "ii   i Ile  i ti ipl        nd   be   '���
iii-dti      , tt this nici-tli
,pi.   '  Un   i ui'll to   ii   rucl
, iimmiii,'!' ol    ii ��� " in   ii I  ��ii li ii  ii'"
... i,     , I. , ', ���!
nd ihat th nt i miinili I ���
powei. i hi   ��� nrvlci    of      '
 i   and  i ��� ���". ���  in a  public mi 11
o be held n      li	
li,,  li.nl.   ami   lllut
ell to ���    c-rviri
,lli ltd     i    . .i,   'Pu tin,    "    '
flip in,.nil I. A. I
K  .i  Com   tard und
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���    Im  had   u<> ���    ��� '    ;- -1   	
iv'iii ap> uiii menl
\ qi|.   nun  irose on   hi    ������
inii'.i i than  ra itlng on i
n   tint ton, b
I tii , io Bible
ami nl .       iker wa�� calli
...
10  10  p iii
i he i torftiti lam tl li   ation
if Rei '
i n imp. i Corbetl \ I ' ' '
VIcLean, 11 Ou) lor, J Mai i ('
liiiiii,   \    i ��� I.  Cn       >n,    ���!
smiiii. it   W   Hawthorne, B   Dunn
\v   it    \i tin, W   Bmlth,  W.  Walm*
md   \. Breh i ll
Notice.
i aka n, .ni'   that D, J, VIcQuarrl
ah debt, owln        -v Westmin ter,   B. C, ocdup
,,, the said partnership are to hi  paid electric  railway  manager,  intends to
lo   Jam..     Brookes,   and    HI   claim ttPPlJ   for permission to purcbtai
ngnlnsl lhe s���ld partnership are lo be ' '"'"" ' ]MnU '" the d,s-
uresented to the Mid Jamea Brookes, "-rlcl ol New W��  tmnl
by whom the same will   i ed      Commenotog
: Picture :
POST CARDS
A UK NOW ON  BALE AT
M, MOREY'S STATIONERV STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia   Stre*'.
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
Notice li hereby glvi a thai the
partnership b< retofon exl ulng bi
iu,, ��� ii . the nn h i igni d, "���"!
Ing ai The We m n ������ Wood
worl in" Company, ba i this i been
���Hi-solved    by    mutual     consent,    D
Dated al New Westminster this Mml
day ni  January, 1909.
J'AMES BROOKES
DANIEL T. RHODES
Witness;   c  hammer
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
the     .mil-.-., il    corner of   lot
:ln nee ..'ist to northwi -t corner i
thence south to southwesi corni *
of int 997, thenoe southerly, we.-
and norhi rly to point   of comnu
men:. , ontalnlng 100 aci i ���   mo
lesa
DANIEL JOHN MoQUARRlE,
Per JOHN F  HAOOS.
Agen-.
n.iie,i December I'Jtb, 1908.
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JANUARY 23
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published, by the Daily News Pub-
Hshlng Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster. B. C.
t.  A.   Paige Manaqing   Director
THURSDAY, JANUARY  28.   1909.
THE CITIZENS'  MEETING.
try, aud affect ihe wage earning pow
er of a vast army of day laborers.
At   the  present time thu  American
lumber industries enjoy a duty oi   ,--
per thousand feet, which means an ad
i valorem  duty  of about   ii   per  cent,
j from which the lumber manufacturers
iu  the  Republic claim  il  amounts  to
a  basis of a  tariff for revenue only ���
The arguments which are pul forward
with considerable force by the Amen-!
can   millmen   cannot   be denied,  that
lumbi r Is produced In Canada an I   tfex
icn largely by cheap l*-bor, at a cost
below  that In the  I aited  States, and
they  particularly  urge   with   reference
to B. C. that much of the day labor In J
I our mills is Oriental in iis character
Lower taxation, and cheaoer stumpag
Disaster
We are glad to notice Lhe interest
taken In the meetings with reference
to the proposed Coquitlam dam. \
better spirit   prevailed    last    evening  rates are also arguments pressed Into
than ai the previous citizens' mei ting.
The citizens have clearlj made up
their minds that further experl advice
Is necessary, and lii" sooner a report
can bo secured from an engineer com-
petenl to glve^an expert opinion,
whose opinion when given will c
conviction.���though we  tear thai
the demand for special treatment. The!
freight rales from Canada are lower
and laths and shingles can be delivered on u much cheaper rate to the
distributing points than American lumber  can   be  under    existing    circum-
md I stances,
,, | With reference to forest conservation the manufacturers say if lumber
was placid on the free list, cheaper
San Francisco's unprecedented disaster was the supreme ^t of fireinburanee.
The Hartford Fire Insurance Company met this test %V^���tl��^
amounting to Ten Million Dollars. In the history ot fi re man ce thee is
no parallel to this achievement. No other company in one year ever distributed
to Its policyholders so vast a sum. The prompt payment of these enormous
claims has given the Hartford a higher place than ever in popular esteem. It
was never so strong in financial resources as it is toaa>,
Liabilities (excluding capital) $13,373,224
Policy-holclers, surplus 7,061,592
Assets $20,434,816
Capital 2,000,000
Impossible to some portion of the op-|g,.a(jea would be dumped In, prevent-
posltlon the better it will be for the |ng conservation of the forests b; di
city, Mr, F. R. Glover's local knoml- j placing the low grade materials now
edge makes him understand the situa- j utilized, and consequently the greai
tion In ibis district better than un Worli 0f conservation would be retard-
official strange to conditions, and we e(- father than advanced,
cannot hut admire the moderate and i The opinions of local mUlowner.
fair way In which (ie sei oui the r;m j,;iVl. ,,,, effect on legislation al
claims of bis companj to friendly con- Washington, bui there Is no doubt that
slderation, pointing out whal has been should a change be made in the way
accomplished In the past, and the :,r reducing the tariff there will be an
prospects  for the future, enormous impetus given to the export
Mr.  Curtis' suggestion was a good  business ln lumber from this province,
one,  Imi  would cause loo great  a  ilis-;_   *
organization of Iho water service, and
the supply will be guaranteed if the
pipe is taken up into the narrow.- as
promised.
There was again an attempt to im
port  entraneous matter into the dis-;
cuBBlon, and we trust, the joint committee will keep In mind the cardinal;
principles  of purity  .and stability    In
dealing wth the dam question.
The hazards of the fire insurance business are so great that six out of every
seven companies which have done business in Canada and America nave tailed or
''retired." And yet you perhaps know nothing of the strength or reputation of
the company in which you are insured. Would it not add to your peace of mind
to have your home or your store or your factory insured in the old Hartford
with its ninety-nine-year unstained" record of every loss promptly paid?
INSUREiN        IHE       HARTFORD
THROUGH
White, Shiles & Co.;
260 Columbia St.    Phone
P. K
EW   WESTMINSTER,
<.�� ��&
"Get the Habit."
I
Fry's Chocolates
20c
Per box today.
'Also, your choice of Mints
and Lozenges in the window.
FIRE   PROTECTION.
It is  very
I
20c
Per
satisfactory to note that
the city council will deal v.iih th"
necessity of more fire alarm boxes in
the city, particularly In the west end
and north sine. 11 is mii.- ii Involvi >
a large sum of money to In Lai] new
boxes, and a small Increai fos 'nam We buy for cash and sell forthesame.
but the urgency of the qu .- '��� " ~        :	
The  F
240 Columbia Street.
�����
Just Arrived
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
MALE BROS. & CO. i/rr
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(a���
Phone
186 Columbia   Street.
P.   O.   Drawer   100.
I, nanci
tion is one which brooks   of no delay.
The    difficult" s    of   thi     '
Sl reel   flre  in< lude  the
: ary to i each .   boa  an I  si ml In
ili- alarm.    Thi���     partlcul listricl
will    Immediatcl)        ��� itti
Several othi > are i ontemplated, but]
it is all a matter <>i finance, for If tha]
grant for the fire department was
larger, there would be a number of |
othei- Btreet corners where box is could
lie placed ver)  well,
We would BUggest in the res den'.-,
they should taki a keen," Interest In
iho location of thi nearest alarm lox
to their home, and know Its number.
v\'e venture to saj there are but a
small percentage of the people In this
city who could say off hand where!
they could find a Ir ���: in case Of emi   g
ency,
We have called attention recently
in the grave breaches of tbe fir. protection by-laws In this city, and twice
luring the las) year the business sec-
'lion of the city was Imperilled, had a
serious flre broken out. The le ons
of drought and frost should U Ic-arnt
while there is time.
There can be no doubt that the city
is much better prepared ngalnsl iir"
than it was at quit.-
with another reservoir
halls, therefore the council d ,<��� wel
to ask the underwriters ti relation
to revise the rati s preval I ul this
should not blind thi cltlzei to the
fact there is a crass amouni gn ir
anci here as elsewhere on thi comm in
necessities of firi protection A navy
Is the be��t form of Insurance for a
nation with maritime Inten . and
an efficient flre brlga le i
form nf Insurance for a community,
A FEW REMARKS
��� ON-
BOYS' SHOES
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I      *��    ICfl-L -  ���!���-#!    WXZtJ      /N      t "       COLUMBIA   STR_ET,     r.LWWESTr,
Can Buy p:
��& The impression exists that this store is the best place to buy School Shoes. ..!���-- -*��
S4jj impression is correct. We have earned the reputation by selling our trade a
CQ only such durable, well-built, comfortable, good-looking Shoes as we can back ry
Qy hy a guarantee.   Note these prices: ^
jXj Boys' heavy Boston Calf school boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $1.50
J33 Boys' Blucher water-tight boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $2.00
|X| Boys' best box calf Bluchers, made with brass-quilted soles, per pair $2.50
tJ4 Youths* box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13, per pair $1.50
date|fM Youths' Scotch grain, double sole, hand-
ami mo iv fin. JJ|* ,    . . _ _
fig made boot, per pair $1.75
y_j tiii'l.-' school boots in boxcalf and kid,
, lade with double soles, regular
$2.00 goods, for $1.50
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Ask for tho "Instructor"
Shoe
TARIFF ON   LUMBER.
g PARENTS:
m Si-: ���         LO L-2, made "nature-shaped,"
^        box calf Bluch' rs, per pair $1.75
The light which the National Lumber Manufacturers' association .- putting up ai Washington In the tarlfl campaign has very conBlderabh ignlfv-
can cm io the British < lolumbla I imber-
men   and   mill own!,--     Tl
tion la well qualified i in the'
siilij.-ct as with ii Is affiliated nearly
all the large luml ��� manufacturers''
association! In the i inlti d Si c
Lumber,  we an   told mu
im<. of the commodities lo go on ilu*
free list, or to receive ah tanl lai reduction If noi I.OIP ii.i. |j freed, and
the association claims from thh i . ��� ���
a. serious and widespread demo llze
Hon would follow, nol only sawmill-
and other woodworking Industries, bul
to the general business of the coun-
THE. STORE FOR
.SCHOOL SHOES
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MacKay s  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a.id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J* MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
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WATCH REPAIRS.
I
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? 1:'
bring the watch to us and we will put it in good]
order, and make it NOTONLY RUN but also KEEP!
ACCURATE TIME; """  !
so
The   Jeweler J
COLUMBIA   STR__T,     NEW  WESTMINSTER
J       Bole agent Cor the Longines and Hamilton Watch Movi SI
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of tlie Big Electric Boot,
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOU8E   IN
New Westminster, B. C.
B.C.
| SWEATER
All Weights, all Colors.
In Navy, Brown, and
Fancy Colored
Wool Collars!
Shirt Collars!
: PRICES :
$1.00 to $5
S-3_a-__
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211 Columbia Street
I THURSDAY, JANUARY 28,  1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
Every   Fur in
the Store Reduced
T. H. Smith
Big Sale of
Table Damask
More Price Cuts
TO KEEP UP THE
ale Enthusiasm
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i Tho Beavei m ide another effort yes-
i i i.day in ��� , up the river, but it was
announced before hand tbat it would
I be Impoi sibli to go beyond Etuskln.
| Sh,. will li: iir.'. di wii ihe niiii Ui* pro-
', i'.'i'i. for Fr'da.<
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport"     cigars.      The     old     reliable,
brands.
��*
Closing out Odd Lines Lace Curtains
L'ommisslonei Cadman, accomp inli tl
>y  .Major  Morris and  the Vancouver
llSnhuiion Armj   silver band, will lee-
lure   ii the Salvation Army  barracks
inmi'i-i w  evening on  "His  Life and
Travel
1 "e '��� ' Is' team tor the semi
1111111 !" ih. n tj, cup ai Recreation
ParK, \ , . r on Saturday, with
Westm vvii]  |!t.    selected    from
Smith,  I       ng,  Braun,   Holt,  Feeney,
Ken   B   Ihain,   L,   11.   McKwan.   Mum-
roek. WhlteBeld. F. Hi rrlng, ll. Wesl
erman,   i:    Jones,   j.   Butchart.    K.
Caver     ' referee.    Kick-off    at
2:30 [i in.
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit--he "Brillante," made by the
C C. Cigar factory.
Big Reductions in
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums and Crockery.
Special $16 Dresser Stands for $11.90.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster B C
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
00  Lace Curtains for 50c p-:r
I r���
Ten pair 111 this lot, slightly
soiled; nice floral, lacy ef
feci; 2 1-2 and ��� yard- long,
tegular $1.00 for 50c per
Pa'r.
$1.75 Lace Curtains $1.00 Pair.
24 pall's, 3 yards long, real
Nottingham Luce Curtains,
beautiful bordered effect,
', nil nice scroll ii . I
Regular 1.75. January Sale
Price $1-00 per pair.
Hard  practice is  bring  Indulged  in
comnu nclng at eight o'clock.; by the local boys wbo are to meet the
V. A. c. basketball teams al Columbian college tomorrow evening, when
two fast games are assured, The
match bi tween the seniors is expected
to be the lies: game een here for
many u day, as both n am i are fainy
equally man In d
For first-class cut [lowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, I320S. **
\   nai ting ol   ihe    Barbers'   union,
!��� , a1   No.   723,   was  In Id   nt  the    Hub
tonsorlal parlors   yesterday    evening,
���'���'  K   BerrJ'. vice-president, occupying     Ulli,.t and u���llilli ^ Kuiirh   aged
tlm chair,    onl?   formal business was four am|    . w.;���.   cWld]  Q q��   Mn
rnnsacted    Two withdrawals,    occa-1 T,10U1.,    Kurleh. ��ld to b.   from this
leaving  the city,
25 to 40 per cent, off on all
!ET AND GUIPURE CURTAINS.
.- i,,ii. ]  by  -ie in
,\, r    reported.
cit} wen lo t iu Seal tie lor several
hours on Tuesday, Laving wandi n I
Tbe Dominion departmenl of public ::U:'-V from ['"v home of their aunt,
! works lias purchased a new derrick Mrs' Matula, In company with ber
tn be used In connection with the lwo children, Manila, aged live, and
spuds of the King Edward dredge and Frank, aged three. The children were
oil er works, the parts of which are|missin- tor several hours before bi
l.-iir.', on the government  wharf,     It in- discovered b}  the police.
Watch this space
for our ad. next
week. It will sur-
 prise you	
|C 'iiny out Odd Lines of Cur-
It . Muslin , Madras Casement
11 Etc.���
26   ��� ' I    pieci b,   In
.   to  13    P.rds,
Hi:v   md coli     i  Madras,
dn   spot    Muslin,  Bobbin-
tte,  C I   Cloth, etc.,
to ."!   nchi     wide.    Reg-
Sac, 40c and 50c.
Prii     20c  yd.
Jig Sale Bed Pillows
Got ���'.    Pa       of   Pillows    for
r	
al    nice  Puritan
I   Pillows,  si/.-  la..
,.  ;   tick.    Jan-
lab    Pi ice $i.45   pair.
IVI
lants.���
I Good
tti
Da-
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\va= bought  through Kelly
Miii ii- 11, of Vancouver.
Bros.    &
Sale of Silesia Lining and Percalene
15c and 20c Silesia for 10c Yd���
In blai 1   and all  coli       36
���  wide, splendi I ���' i
ble quality.    Sab-  price 10c
per yard.
Knock  tbe  cover off _ cox  of  "B.
C." cigars and try one.    It will make   Everything  you   need fo
I      Try   Hans   Vaglsang  Poultry  i ood. j a "hit." ���*
It's the best. It's the stuff all people
keeping poultry should use. \; your
grocers and druggists. **
ff*WI-M---tJ----B-8W^^
Family
The Moody Park Store
Dinner at
A dance was held at the provincial!
asylum last evening to which a largi
number of the younger citizens were
l.iiei'-n  Stewart, a member of    the  Invited,   li was organized by the staff,
Apostolic  Faini    mission,    who    has     Chief of  Police  Mcintosh, In com-
been  in the courts through falling to  menting on the inquest held al the B.   Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00, and a
have lii- children  treated    medically, I>C. penitentiary on Monday, does not J 8ortme'nt of Seasonable' Goods
consented ye terda}  in lhe ct,\   [lollceiwish   to criticize  Warden  Drown,    oi
court  to allow a doctor to treat    th<   the  penitential*}   officials,   but  claims; w. H. SMITH, Proprietor.
Cul   :,.-
lldren, and  was  permitted   to leave
payment of the costs.
SILKS
Corner Sixth   Av   and   Tenth   St.
Last   Call   for  Louisienne   Silks
at   45c   Yard���
20  pieces  Louisienne  Silks,
in    ; Ink,    cardinal,   chain-
:    etc   Regular 75c and
Sali   price 45c.
A statement was made yesterday
from a well Informed source that If
the Transfer goes back to tli-- downriver run Capt, Bruce will continue his
gasoline boat to Ladner and Steveston the Florist, ISI.
with the mails, ami pul the Favourite
mi the up-river route In competition
with existing steamers. The petition
wiin regard to the Transfer In said to
have been prepared in view of the impression thai the Favourite could u it
be raised, bin this has now i"   u done,
thai Capt. Plttendrigh is a provincial
officer paid by provincial funds, and   : ���������	
should be governed by the provincial ��� Buy Your Groceries from
coroner's act. ;
Westminster
Transfer Co.
umce 'Phone  18b.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
For table decorations and    wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up    Tidy,
-a
b a__H h   SB
____��
anuary Sale
PYTHIAN
SKATING  RINK
NEW  "   CF P. HALL.
Eightn  and  Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 1-; afternoon.
2:30 to a; evening, 7:SO to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will he furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
The  official   inspection   ol   the  new
lines of the V. V. & E, rallwa} on the
lov.er  mainland   was  made   yesterday  ������  lbs. creamery  butter   -
by H. A. K. Drury, of the staff of the  Canned salmon, 2 cans for
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
$1.00 Mince Meat, per package
, I Extracts,   Lemon   and   Vanilla,
best brand 8  oz. bottle   -
20
35
50
Klondike Soap, 4 bars
Eclipse Soap, per cartoon ��� > bars
Toilet Soap, 3 cakes to box - -
Tea (Soagulla sold at 40c per
package) special - - - -
Flour, per sack	
10
20
20
10
86
1.65
k-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:
n's Velour,Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $6.00, going for
railway commission.   These comprise! "     the be '   niality, tin lo
.he line from Cloverdale to Sumas and  Bak"-g   Powder, Blue   Ribbon,
iii,- branch line from the Internationa] l,er can   -------
boundary to Oliver's or Delta line. As   Baking Powder. Schillings
bOOli a- an official order, following the I
I resentation of his  report,  is    given,
the Ofeat Northern railway win    In- ph        97 PROMPT DELIVERY.
a igurate a passenger service over
these blanches. The Delta branch is
a oiuofT which will shorten tlie run
I etween Vancouver and Seattle, it
i ugs the shores of Boundary bay for
:  considerable distance*
The installation of officers of Council No. l is. Order of Canadian Home
Circles, was conducted yesterday j
evening by Organizer C. H. Patterson,
of Toronto, assisted by Deputy Sn-
preme Marshal Pride, the ceremonies
taking place iu the Orange hall. The
following were the officers installed:
A. M. Fraser. past leader; J. Imlah,
leader; Mrs. S. A. Roman, vice-leader;
Mrs. J. Bent, chaplain; A. E, Corbett,
recording secretary; J. Q. Bent, financial secretary; \Y. Kennedy, treasurer;
Alex. Rowan, marshal; .lames .Mnn-
day, warden; E, B, Nobles, guard; W,
Miller, sentinel; Dr, K. J. Kenny,
medlC-1   examiner.
$4
.45
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
Here's a Toast
To the insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and who insure your property for less
than others.
1
All tbe companies I represent are reliable Canadian companies with enviable reputations for the prompt payment of losses, and they charge less
for good risks than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE YOU   MONEY.
Remember this is at
SEASONABLE
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Chest
Protectors
Chamois Vests
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions   CHOICE BEEF    -
FRED  W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
BIG STOCK
AT
. E. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.
CURTIS'
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER. Phone   192
Pacific Meat Market
MCME1.EMY 8 jANieSiiN
Columbia St.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
THORSDAY
JANUARY 2j .
90S
gjjjfr  CANADIAN  Af
^f    PACIFIC   ^P
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am:
train tor all points Kan at 3.20 p m ;
train   for  Agassi- at   5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservation- made tor first class
sleepers, tourist and -steamer cabins
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl.  Pass.   \gt.   Vancouver.
The Edison Theatre1 LABOR DEMANDS ARE
I   VIEWED WITH ALARM
model here,  he says,  would add    another $:,o,ooo,ooo.
Both Liberals aud Conservatives
view the labor program with a great
deal of uneasiness. It is too radical
even for the Liberals. So strong lias
th,- labor element already shown it-
sell", however, that against the wishes
day, Wednesday and Friday. trolled    by     Socialists    J s'of a lar^ olement in his own rank'
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Claaa Moving  Pictures,   illus
trated songs,  program changed Mor.   Political Orgauization  Con-
speciai Matinee   for   Ladies   and     Gaining Strength.
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30. -���,���-
,
Portsmouth,    Lug.,    Jan.
j Chancellor of the    Exchequer   Lloyd-
George will include at least a part ol
j the labor proposals in his budget    or
j appropriation   and   taxation   bill   next
The March.
���U-*--.';:'*'-":-**-..-*** ���.-'���.-������-"     " '���'    " '*��� '���������I-**
I YoungPeople,    Attemioni
You  can receive   instruction In night classes a*.
Columbian College
.8   ln  ARITHMETIC. BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPOND.,,^ ^
I    SHORTHAND,  TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    l_AW.    Pen^J""
[    SHIP.
V   ,.
Telephone 54.
British labor party, a political organi
P. O. Box 665  -al*on 0f frankly Socialistic aims and
1 All  or any   part  of  lhe above Tuesday  and   Thursd
��   from 7 to 9.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits  made to  Order.
Cotumbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
ni '������   st designs, and at the  lowest   possible   price-;.    Call   in  and   inspect our stock;  no trouble to show  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Cancels   Large   Fishing   Leases.       |  jL
n.iawa, Jan. 27.-The government   -    ^^HMM**W***M*W ^MHMK^*.    ,   .   ..
taking  steps   to   cancel   large   fishing
ninth annual conference    here    toda} j ���,as( s   held   for    James    bay.  Nelson
with the largest attendance in its his- river,  Great     Slave,    lake,  Athabasca
tory.    PhiUp Snowden   considered by land I eeser Slave lake.    The    leases   0#<>0#04040#00^>Kj*C^-^HC<>^^
man)   the  ablest  Socialist  in Europe,   were for long terms at nominal rental.   -
called the gathering to order and ore- i _
sided as chairman. Keir Hardie, Ramsay Macdoruald and numbers of   other j
political  Irreconcilables  are  to  renew
their  defiance of the "Id  line  parties!    Notice  is   hereby  given   that   a   re-
before the conference is over. j ward of $250.00 will be paid by    tbe
There will be an appeal by the ^.Corporation of the City of New West
tire organization to the English work- minster for information that will lead
ingmen to joiu the    Socialists    in    a   t0 the arrest and conviction of
igs
'.
34040*0*0*00*0��o-...*. >^J-^w^^u��i--^J#_��__*C>*0��C^oIS
Easy Terms
Modem   9-room   house on   Third   av-
nue, corner lot, in l;oo4 repair; on city
car line.    Price   $2500,    Terms  SJlOo
cash,   balance  on   monthly  paymi nl
Interest s per cent,     MOVE QUICK.
A.   Hardman.
A.   James.
J. McClughan.
body, with the assurance that if they | person or persons who set on flre the
do so the} will hold a labor majority I Dupont Block, on Columbia Street in
in the House of Commons. Ithls City, on or about the 18th in--
Included in the legislation for which W. A. DUNCAN,
ill.- party  will declare will be laws: City Cl<   -
"Compelling the government to find Cltj   Hall, New Westminster, Jau   27,
work  or  maintenance  for  the  unem- l .���"'.���
ployed.
"Imposing a super-tax, in add I m
tn ihL, existing income tax, upon all
, sei ssively  large Incomes. All  accounts    due to .i.  Tra      - at  5*0+OK>K)+0*OC*0��0*0?0*QK. 0*0^0*0*0*0*CO**~40��0��0��r
"Specially   taxing  governmenl    eon |Co.. Butchers, Sapperton, must be paid
Dominion Trust C
o,
NOTICE.
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAfN
fei i������ i   mono] olies.
��� WHEN  YOU BUY  A '���Increasing estate and legacy duties.
"Taxing land wines to the polnl ol
. al ,'!i ol    ��� ��� roducttve esl tt<
]\/|   A I    I    |h   A l< 1    f< Particularl)    axing the    unearned
the growth, ii  not  the  retention,   ol
to  the new  firm  of  A. Owens  & Co..
sticrr-siois to J.  Travers  &  Co.
(Signed)      J.  TRAVERS & CO..
Sappi rton, B.C
January 20. lOOO.
RANGE
huge   fortunes  In   private   hands."
The an -    maintain
that ou hese taxes. In th nisi Ives,
eve, certain to   Improve   the
��� ou,  money  will  ea
ii      ��� u      i e foun '. ��� an I the relief ol
Plumbing Heating Hardware
-. ention    Is
Choice   Meats
you get value for your
money. See us before
you decide to Fiir:i*ase.
AT THE
Hardman & Co.
Central Meat Market
Sole Agents.
Trust     Block.     Front     Street.
WESTMINSTER.
NEW
r-tax on        I icomi a    ex-
:' n-    '���       Correr D-hLh  SL  id.    Fifth   ���ven_e
|25,000 up
to $1 50  tor ever}   ?r,  of as  mui'
5200.000, the treasur} I  net $150,-
.00.000 aiinii illy.    Tax..'ion i
���      ���    mers'
NEW WELLINGTON
C O ALJ
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office, Front St.. Fool  ol  9 ������
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105,
PHONE   .170.
BOWELL A   ODDr.  Proprietor*
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
-   IN-
THE DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home   Paper. TtJilltl  StrGtit
P  O. Box   474. Th      , fiS)
Gasoline Engine
We Sell the Cei     .ted
Palmer  Bros.  Engi��|
���:', ii  p., 2 I
on the ma
at
..Westminster
Iron   Work
JOHN   REID.  Propriety
\LVi *$&���
BUY
ARANTEED
Pork
Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as Supplied 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
Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St.,fNew^Westminster
-4 T ������JPSDAY. JANUARY  28. 1909
THE DA1L�� NBV
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The Daily News
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PHONES:
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing  public what
they have  to  offer
i
i them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
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If vou are not a sub-
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well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
bv all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
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A 22���Business  Office,  Sixth  Street.
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ESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
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PENITE\ ADMINISTRATION.
COMMENCE CAMPAIGN
AGAINST CHINAMEN *m
Editor i
Sir,
from  11
tion," i,.
I toda^.
lhe   v
Bi     ,i   lo
.
! \\ i 111 ;.
beading,  "Dlspatcii
ng    informa-
I   ill   Uie -News  of
.,,,.. ii i, ms,      wle ro
Mlm i  la tiinted ���<
.��� :     Indeed,        b
anything    conn
ir- service are aboui
visits;  for, if n tew
S"'|J  :i-' i, tire  truth n  -
!l'' " - i among ihe losl a
- hope that when I ten
-'' 1h> .;, iice  would    i '���
done me        was i Iso my iv i   tha    I
woul ; spend tne bal
"i ni;   ... v.      i ii n- - -
i'11   i .        van! hi '    .i'
li;!.- not Ln ue i
atl
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i spiril
tidici ,   ,.
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,.   I have written   ���   Oi a ,va  i",
;i. !'��� i i ".��� mill
If 1 find ches to lhe pi iss
i   i   hall ���
.
eh the evil rvitii
,n   lin   old fiel        will   1 e   -
as   ll :   I      :i   111
hai, igh i.i inve   i v ���
In the meantime l would ad*,I e :' ���
officials of tht   l',.  i itiary to
exercise discretion when making cmn
ins in 1   ;ard to dlsclp ine  I v i
tun   in  , hai.,   v. hen \\ ��� st, n cut    ��� -
throat,   nor   ,vh n   Xewnian    - il
tong -.' , ul. nor Wh u the i   avlcl     il
Kiel,, il  i ho  guai ,1- .it VVrlgi i    Island,
nor \. le ii an atl  .     was ma I   on the
of lnspi ctor   Imlah,   So   I ir   us
discipline i> i oncerni d, I wa   i ir much
of my tlnii   vlrtuallj   warden aa well
.?.  dep ity,  and  addin -  my  years    al
Stotiy Mounta a to    ho ie here I
aot recall In all pars anj I
bo shoe .im*,.
l>. iv BOURK1-.
New Westminster, Jan. 27. 1909,
���^MADElHCmDA*
Laundrymeri Who Sprinkle
Clothing With Water From
Their Mouths to be Prosecuted.
Chicago,  .inn.    27.   The    ;   .,.,,    ol
n. alth ,,-  pi eparlng  plans todaj   i
' ampalgn     of     ci imina       prbc  .
,. i   Chinese laun Irli     h here  I h
Orientals sprinkle clothing with watei
from thi tr moutha prior to the Ironing
process.
Thi   campaign  was    started    when
news came from Paterson, x. .!., that
a   man   had  contra* ted   lepro-**}
,i.i.    w hlch lodgi a :n clot ah
hack  from  a  Chinei .���  laundrj   whi re
ii   had been mouth-sprinkli d,     \ thor
ough i xamination ol Chin   ���   lam
will be  ma l<   an 1 ordlniam os wl
.   prohll ing the    : pi       In
, :i.   mou h,
Thursday Night, January 28
Charles   H.  Yale   Co.'s    Twenty-eighth
Annual Oblation, the Everlasting
Devil's Auction
extraordinary   Spectacle
Superior  Scenic   Investiture.
Four   Baby   African   Elephants   in  Native  Jungle  Dance.
Large     Company     Extravagantly  Costumed.
Grand  Transformation   Scene,
"Armor,
"Best Ever"
"Every Feature New This Year."
Sale  of sinus  ni   RyaU's  drugstore,
$1.00, 75c ������ i
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR'WOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quote,I
on application.
Jackson I Morrison
D.iily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
te  ihe Ka i  hall of the southwesi
, i Si cl on  13, Tov i rhlp 10, In
Westmin   ���
V   I  .  i     '      | of   (Vl'tili
ol TltJ     N    ���    ' !' .   _ed in the
lohana r.a      has been
;,  this Of!
Notice is hi ������ b hat I Bhall,
at the expiration ol on month from
the date of tha Bi it publication hereof, in :i daily iii .\ paper pulilished in
ihi Cltj of New Wi tmlnster, issue a
duplicate of th, said Certificate, until,. meantime valid objection
���   to me in vritini
<'   S   KEITH,
District 1        nn-  af Titles.
'. ,n i Regl try Office, Ne*w WeBtmln.
0  C . Dec. 28th, ion"
English Watchmaker
lold Watches for l.ailios from $12./5
tilver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
*��**a**T"**'**l**il***l'**I'**I*' *'4**J*��#**-��*#*-*I*''-**-I**,*aI��
$6.00.
i    Sllvi r Watches,
$7.50 up.
\vnl,     for     Wl
watches.
EjentB'   open    case,
it ham    and    F.igln
fcjyua
Sure
|KlNGP0W_
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.
_PV_ Toronto, Onl. __
lM9_i^_!ia_R^^
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VOLUNTEER BOUNTY  ACT, 1908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
vw of the i Ight of -
nti tied to a
land granl   must    be by way ol ap-
ilnl v "��� .    .   u    tltute and mu I be
in i he fm ni | rovlded by the \> I
Special al ��� n'ii'tl is <;iii. a to   -
, Hon ."> of the Volunt ei
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides thai
I no assignment of the rij-lit ot a vol-
; unteer by the appointment ol a substitute Bhall le accepted or recognized
| by the  Department    of  the  Interior
which is not executed and dated after
j the date  of the warrant for the land
(grant Is- led by th*e Minister of Militia
and Defence in favor of the volunteer
J, W. GREENWAY,
CommlBaloner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa
h repairing a ipi clalty.
F. CRAKE
Tu-ii   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
9 llow nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
ni-a
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Ch'-colixte, PlnK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
l-g-K.TA'' 5-C^___-WUl --rV"TT_?_;r_a
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office, Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS fur the iprlng trade
from the licyt growers iu Kng-
land, France, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
well ar. those which can be successfully grown 'n B. 0.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
and small fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
' "in i e irlng itock,
Ornamental    iu   all   leading
varieties suitable  for    planting
In 13. C.    All th,. best make of
pray pumps.
Fertilisers, nee BuppUes,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flower*, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
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1 Electric Railway Service ||
��� i
Interurban  Line.
c ,,.   f0,   v incoun i-  and    way
latIon��     I"  i ****  hll|r
hour    V '    "   n-   "'���     L;l   '
,..������  |,  ,,,      ;t   11   p.   HI.
,_., . ives Vancouvei ai
11:80 p.m.
!      | the   depot   every
; ,v, Qt) minuti i for both Sup
pe, ,,!, v I ' t) llm'ts oter the
city  line.
ii
Ci'-y Lme: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty rain-
ir,- i.l.i, an. forty minutes
after, t om in ifiolng at 6:"0 a. 0B.
Sapperton Line: Car-' leave
at ten minute*- after the horn'.
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:li0
ft, m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11. p. m.
\ ,,������ will leave VancouvOr office al 11 p. m. Tie.-lay night, Feb-
,  ;l., i ,vi dnesday, February 3, for the accommodation of West-
., who may wish to attend the Vancouver Opera House
1() ,,..,.,,.  ���  the performance of ��'B.n  Hur."
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|   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd \\
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ROFESSIONAL.
A.VIIEALLKlt, BA'RRISTBJR, 80-
��� llcltor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House. New Westminster.    I'ho-ip 141.
WH1TKSID1 & EDMONDS, BarrU-
i ira and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
i Columbia street, New WestmlnstPr.
! W. J. Whiteside, ll   L, Edmonds.
"LAND SAKES!
I never knew you had such a stork of
Roods here." This Is what people say
who come for the first time and seo
our immense stock and tho great va-
rtoty we carry. And when wp tell
them our prices they say: "I am sorry
1 did not know you were here before
I l_i_l_he_ my housie." DON'T YOU
BE SORUY, but come to get all Kinds
of ftoods at
Speck & Crandell's^
When you vvunt any kind of repair-
Ins done, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic ma-
chlnefy, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man on the Wheel.'
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY. JANUARY
-3
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SNAPS
We have several lines
left yet from our fire
sale which we are selling at away below cost,
such as Soap with the
wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some
can goods also.
See our Window
Eight packages "Force"
25c
Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
!
3 lbs. Creamery Butter,
$1.00
This is the best value in
butter on the market.
Try it.
EdipSe and
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Foot-
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &
Lusby
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turn
ing,  and Bandsawing.
Nature's Nepentht
An Ode.
	
Listen!   Listen:   to that sobbing;
Listen: Listen! to that throbbing,
nb! whai  may it be?
.Never ending, what portending?
Sadnessi-ending! ever blending
With my heart of tears
.   And  fears.
Oh!   what   may it   he? i
'TL n sobbing, 'tis a throbbing !
���Mong the trees and o'er the Ions;
Now it comes and HOW It (lees.
Now ii haunts the gloomy cavern;
Now it  wiilie- the sleeping bittern;
Then it  mourns among the hills,
Then ii mingles with the rills;
Sounding ever sad and soft,
Sounding sweet   and sounding oft.
Sounding sweetly sad to me,
Tls ,'.i soft low sighing, crying, crying,
sighing of the air:
Ah!  and what a load of sorrow on its
bosom  doth it  bear.
Ah!  that sobbing and that throbbing,.
And that crying und that sighing;
All  a sad  nepenthe form.
For that sound so sweetly solemn.
With Its rare and riven rhythm,
Teaching tree and hill top sadness,
And  that nature's all's not gladness,
Tells that the wild v.ind repents it of
the horrors of a storm.
'Tls the mourning of repentant  winds
'after an awful storm.
Wi        ���  ii specialty of   Br
I kiln dried.
!  W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr
No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks {
(not frozen), per sack.     j
Factory:   End  cf Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New  Westminster.
$1.00
CM
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
THE
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VDVERTIRK       ���_!
-- IN ���
DAILY       NEWS
ISE  Your BUSINESS.
i See. the night is dim, not dark;
; Nature's  horrors naked   stark    never
doth she show-
All the siornis' tumultuous thunder,
Lightning  rending trees In sunder at
one awful  blow;
j Or a human life death stricken,
loors,  ,,. destruction earthquake ridden,
Or by   Iread ei    ition bidden
ne'i r 'i :������  laylight know:
Alwaj - clou le I, always shrouded,
Nature vei ti   cest  brow.
I im   hi ..   - tern struggle over,
Pitifullj   thi   soft   lights hover,
O'i ������ on lering woi Id
Hovering       .  ;ing, gleaming, glinting
Glimn :.t frightened  now
Phoni.
193 znd 4-3.
"Una"
Sei      In   cloud     ire breaking, taking
Vt<        ���       liapi     ;i- on   awaking
F        .: di ��� .nn. with   horror   shaking
11 night    ,'��� ms to sei
hrough : heir lining,
Ti ng,  timorously shining.
Dimly, doubtfully d fining
Nature's Nepenthe.
��� i   S] ��� ii,   ���   Sands.
Pi i- C. E S
After Private Usurers.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the be��t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We*tminster.
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ii   \ ii w     oi     ih,
alleged    usur*
A Cantata by A. E. Gaul
will be giver in
Queen's Ave. Methodist Church
Thursday Evening, Jan. 28      :,';,',,,,,,. ��� lg     lbabI,  |ha: ,���
Chorus will consisi of over ninety Ontario governmenl will seek an
voici ; om combined c_oirs of amendmeni t< ihe aci widening tkc
Vancouver and New Westminster,U one of its pi (Visions ���<> cover "all
in-. !��� ilnt   lonductorship of Mr. | avsons" and not inerelj "money-lend-
\\'i i.  Hicks and Thos   K. Pearson. i -"    ��� eni
Conceri  nl S  p.m. sharp, _
Admission, 25 Cents W.  |\|.   Draper
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
IN
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home  Paper.
B.   C.    Land
Surveyor
Ellard block.  New Westminster, B C
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ATTENTION
13 Days
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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.
VAXCIIIVER
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
CHILLIWACK
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to secure some
of those bargains at
New Westminster, B. C.
ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATED 1105
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Out Sale
ins  for Saturday
< im     s anley    player    piano,
beautiful   mahogany  case,   r.gu-
ie   $700.   Saturday special
$17.".
Oni Dominion piano, beautiful walnut ease, regular price
V"'-.   Saturday .-pedal f3B0.
"in Dominion piano, beautiful mahogany case, regular
Price $475. Saturday -peclaJ
, 150
One   Dominion   walnut    case
o, regular price $450, Batur-
���I '���     '  lai $325.
SPOT   CASH   ONLY.
Seve al     piano case   oi mm -.
regular    price    $150.    Saturday
���,    I $1
You'd better hurry.
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The LAST WEEK of
Collister's
January
CLEARING
SALE
Spl^
A new list of low prices for this last week of our Big
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.
Every Trimmed Hat in lhe Stoi e
on sale at
EACH
In all, there are about 30 hats left in the i\l
nery Department, and the order has been gi
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.    Regular values, $5.00 to .$12.50.   On sale for seven days only, each $2.50
Ladies9 Golf Jackets, $1.25
Regular $2.75 and $3.00 values.    Dozens of  these serviceable gar;
have been sold during the past three weeks of our sale at $1.95 each.   We
have still about 40 left, and to be sure they will all be sold by next Satt;
we have still further reduced the price.    Colors: Navy, brown, cardi
black and white.    On sale for the last week of our January Sale,
each $1.25
A Snap in Lace Curtains,
95c per pair, to clear out all
81.25, $1.50 & $1.75 Values.
.   nu fifty pair wbli must
cl      o     this week.   Thi -������ . u tain -
.,: Nottingham maki
oi  i inventional bordei s and centres
in pi .in or figured designs. Li ngtks
t and    '- yardi;  widths an   12
nch   '.   The ent n   loi	
ain  ';ible for the I       ,veek ol
1   :. ;,!��� y s ale;   95c  per pi
Attractive Bobbinet Curtains, $2.95 per pair, regular
$4.00 and $4.25 Values.
Irtj      Ir onl;    of       ���
���,   11   Bobinet  curtains,   thre*
52  Inchi,   U Ide,   w Ith
. d   ottom;  top la Bn   I ���
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$2.9"j    er pair,
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Our   Overstock   of   Towels
Means a Week of Low Prices
Th.- ��� al line   which   afford
housekeepers   an   ��� s    Hi nl     opportune    to       en      their towel bup-
A High Grade of Linen Towels (large sizes), on sale at
55c per pai)-.
Regular Price 80c Per Pair.
Eighteen doz-n of beat duality
hemstitched linen Huckaback
towels, sizes .'2xH and 24x42 Inches,
also six dozen linen towels with
fringed end--. R'-gular prices 10c
each: on -Ue 30c, or 55c per pair,
Large Size Turkish and
Linen Towels at 50c per
pair.
Regular 70c Per Pair.
Twelve dozen w bite Turk!
teen dozen unbleached Turkish
ten dozen linen Huckabaoh '���
sizes 21x4.", and 23x50 Inche .
or without colored c litre strlpi
border-'.    On  sale    this     we"--
each or 50c per pair.
Turkish and Linen Towels
Sale at 25c per pair.
Regular 35c and 40c Per Pair.
Ten dozen Turkish .nnd six
lin-n Huckaback toweli ; sizes I
and 20x30 Inches,   on Bale 25c
pair.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   EOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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