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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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[LEGATION URGES      salvatios akmy iorps    TALK MANY TIMES      COUMTL CONfERS       COLLEGIANS DIVIDE      ALIEN ISSUE IS
ICLOSING Of ALL BARS     HIIL{mi mm      BUT SAY NOTHING   WITH SCHOOL BOARD   HONORS WITH MGIll        RAISED IN CUBA
>niiei
of Manitoba Hears
: Temperance Peo-
ympathetie.
Capi.  an.   Y  s. Qua fe Le.i.e  |
nor,���Successor  Cap!    Mc M
Lady  Officer  ���:  Nana me
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ng.
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Three S. -:, Take It ln
rurn to Weary House With
Meaningless Words.
Dh ussion   of   School  Bsti-
��� - > Occupies Evening������
Sapperton Site Unsettled.
Successful Gathering   . Stu- BUI Would Prohibit Foreign-
dents .lakes For Inter**:   ���    ers From Owning Property
legiate Goodfellowshi
_;000,000,000 Invoived
19.���A - deli ���
:    ::. Mu   n hundred   ,akI���g    _
. persona, representingjand   x,.     ,,   ..
in,      inti       - the . "
l    d   ,h    government flr<   -, ... v_  .
-    Manitoba at  U      The . , , . ,
rning to arge the      -       .       .. .
They  were   received   ,n .,���       ,
which   �� is
v
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' '   ������ .....
Introduced    by Jamea  Bcere- h. ,   .
.vondale the prii.   ,, a nm . ,   .
���   being  Rev.  Dr.  Pat-   ,. ..
-in. '.fflci-il oreani-       , .._      ....
Nld:-?.    and Mrs.   NII1!an   . N ;
at of the W. C. T. D.  ������  chai
irging abolition oi    in , . ,
province.   Bnchanan  v.,.���.,_ .,���.,.,.,. ,_ .hu d
iln chanee> in the local      ,     ,,     .. ,     ....    g.,aj.
, ||ng t0 assist smpporti i -
Pi  ..     - ���..
.    Club   --
hi   bous.   toda]:
��� ��� ��� ..... :. Ite ���������' rd    ���
ing and        ....    . |        \i in- ���
-
Wh] e was a iting In com-
Kl.V-
:   ��� nl   '1.1 His  Honoi
.   .���    .. and
sen eleven
v ���..- ol        City <
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pr*sen!       i     ���
- ������:: lo :i snbcomw.i   .
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.-������ -Old ",'.  ..'.���.���
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aaV. v ��� I   .   -.       ....    ,-,    '
-��� ���    ��� . .. ��.,.
MUli '      ."..'.. .::,
v.-.-. ��� i ii ���...'.   .. ate I   u a
. m sdhool    be    .. ���
Wi I need       or their ni
- tn virion- municipal      ... .,. v   .   .
:. ��� -   Roblln   ������ pile I   in  a   ,.|Ce ,,
��� non-comml
and   ���
���   ; ��� d   on   Sin
B EXPERTS EVIDENCE    MEXKAN TOWN SPI1T
BECAUSE OF ATHEISM        OVER SALOME DANCE
Court
nt W-reclines ll
Establishes   New   Prece
Famous Scientist De-
Take  Usual  Oath.
Some  Think   it   '-Awful,"  Others  0.
It.  and   the   City   C unci   Says
"Go to  It."
Cr-ftj    Socialist   Move.
^ft     ... |ourn house
t---iv. I isslon  on  the   I
.   nts      A torn* y-Qi
nporarih |i fi the house,
 ibsenci    i.   li    Havi
... ��� ���   i    snail
... moving  the  i on mil
I . On
motion   wi
n was i Wil
liains   i \',,>e..>i . i.   \. no   i tdi   .���
attack on  ihe atto u< j v
Need of Safeguards.
.1    \   Macdonald,  l< adi ���  of ihe op-
��� ' te mi the necessity ol In-
k.  troduclng safeguards to pi  > ul names
<y lo c   ..    ., ...   ...
... "..-.   ...
a       1 b       ll.      .
���'������' ' .        \     ���      ���   -", >���;;>      .
        it   week  ip. hen  .-.--- .ohool    he pi-oMeni        s. ���'        '        ��� ������ ���..-.  ...
lUxga **���'' ���.-.-... ��� ��� pi .������ the solution ol ��� x-v    ��wo��' ���"-'        -���-   I
_->s   Centra    SchoO - ".-lllil   t>.-   all        ..     .     ������       ...   ,,-,    .
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��� ���   ������    i ��� lay.    v   :���   fta- Itol .   .
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'     ���      5or,he    '"       u     lollandforU.        .. U '
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irse     u    ,w... ' vU��� , ���    ,,. UUd-r uv -.-.,. ,,���,,��� ,,!,>���'       ,
���        k          tO    tl". .'   :'.U, ' ���.    - U'l 11    '.'.-    -llVX-tld.-.!
���      ���     . :  -".   AH  tollOWSI
.. al  born ui ��_i ��� ..
4
!    Fi       v     |,.    p( rai
hi i. -''I   famous
Iwrlting expert, was
��� in a ease ��� d
��� .' .'!-.���  he  would  not
od      l)r. Frasi r wain an ."tti mpt  to
iu: thi   .. ii ���
| being Btrucl* oB the roters' lists.
The three Socialist members, Haw-
;hornth~ralie, William- an I Mclnn. --.
fteari. d tit- house with a sui w ss i n
ol ���;..., hi . ach Bpeaking se\ eral
i in.--. Analyzed, taelr remarks re-
led nothing ol Importance.
Bowser  Defends tne   Registrars.
Utorney-Genen-1   Bowser    defended  ""' "1!>',nM " '"rJ cou
o an      ui ef $.v
���:
S  '���'   ' hi I] ���.        ..    ,i.s
'in  roo ii   ns -
-
_ve aires ol
land en ���  ��� .. th. I        cit-.
I'ouni n  ni   ,'ie  |m
ind opposite   th    |>r. -��� nt
school.
lu  ansft. ���     to     \  I     ,. , Mi
Trapp .aid -,. tar as .,,.  km ��   no   i
:it mpt  had  been   i to obtain  the ,
Sappi i ton  i. -ideiiv' vii �� ul  uie     '���'���
g. -i..l   -it ���-.    en   tin   - ii    urRi d   b)
��� the   boai d   lin i   lu eu   - i unuli   i ecoiu
and Holland foi  the uega WU
.-a and   Mi    v. .:"..i���
ihe  i il io, and th.- e.
, \\     V ���
liol     %   > i na    ids
was        lui
-  ���       !'..!,v..   and   K    M
a  o   ., tor i'.i.- eo!    i
i he K.i ��� bj   ..iia ,   ��a-  ui     . i   ,.
1   for  tli.   visitors    >  on
.his iav\   will mk�� .'tt'.-.-: fwwa iho
dal    ol it-   pub .��� it'���*''    mi T'v On
���
,     i,    II ,    ' \lv . .   ..Ill   .1. ,
the , luuiiplons ,i \ ancoui     a     I
'-��-. ti pi ai in-ill ���.    . ii ly, wl i
���    Inn   i...-  have onlj      .v I
���i onth
In  i.a-K. tbull  \\'e tmin ,,     tvoii
.' I   o -j.
The  ladles'  basket bull    nded In  ��i
win for Ihe ivi.?"..' by IB u> 11      On
: lhe w hole a  |.l, a-,un  Urn    .\ as
INCINERATOR PI ANT
ill RECEIVE lUTINllON
���..
usual oath,     At thi-
theatre by an   \meric in
the iierformance has cri   I   1 a
row     Some ol the  goi i
[hi it   was aw ful. others did  not.
I lax va.  Mi \ii,,.   1'.       ia     1        s ���
lome dance is In Mexico. Th,  ��lulling,!
enuou    : inc     ���.. .
i haracter ol   the   registrar- \ ...
ters.
John Oliver and A K McPhllllps replied.
Premier McBrldi  defended the clean
��� tided.
Hen- of  Economists.
Triisiee-  Peck  and  l'e. hies -,���,'���.   on
:
-. loud ,..        ..,  rumpus thai tb
i������';.. council beld a spi clal session m I
nee asked | adjourned   n a    odj to thi   theatre to
to :ak.. i1. eeau-o j witness In its official capacltj as een
e In Cod. i-or? ot the put.lie morals this much
now whether there Is a talked ot dance.    After viewing    the
..  replied. ' rforraance,   the   city   lathers
��� n excused him.
ned conal lerable puh
trial  of Roland  H
N- w   York   som
'The present Sapprteon school site wa
lar   iroiu
formance   to   eoiiunu.
Never !i  |.-
.ears'the population   is   very  much   dividi
as to the i.r..|eloty of the dance
conduct of the election* la British Co-
..--��� i ling ih it the only object
...   the   bill  under  discussion   was to
clean up the lists :u pre-, nt In use,
John  Oliver again  n pi ati d his ac-
tjtalked of dance.    After viewing    tbe|cusntIon agalMt ^ ,.eglstnar 0f votei*a
Performance,   the   city   lathers    once ,��� N,.vv vVostmlnster, maintaining that 18lon "">k l>,a
.i.oi-.   met, and by a majoritj  ol oneL    ,,���, ,l���u���..,������lv  falsified thi   lists
I was decided to allow the pe.    ., , :,  ,���,���������, ,li;0
Discuss Dirty Case,
.i. ll. Hawthornthwatte again came
'o the tore and delivered a fervent So
. Ia.ll t addre-s Much amusement
wa caused by the production ol a law
book containing detail- ol some dis
U'lisiiiu; vise which the member for
Che LUHtn lUftUU llil)i>ini   s-analmo perslated in Introducing Into
"r ;l  bill  for    ihe';   lh��� aiaeusaion.     The book was hand-
1 ���' department of external iM,  ,_ llh. chaiman, was perused by
io have control of all      Brussels,     Feb,    19.- Th.      Palrl0l'john    Ollvei    and  W.    H   Robs, and
.dative to    Imperial  states thai the gravest news has been  eVentually was    passed all    over the
devastation    caused   bj   i,,,,,.,.
'Hi. committee rose ai 0 o'clock, re.
ported progress, and asked Lave to sit
again
Hoys'  Central  school,  which  urgeuil.i
needed attention.     The flrsi estimate,
��� .plain. ,l  .\i     I'ee lea   was for $.!	
which had he, ii eu: down bj  two 111 iu
-and doliai -      The board hid fallen
, h.ir  i-i the . cououi)   of pa-i  boanli
LOCAL LUMBER 10 SHARE
IN CALIFORNIA TRADE
Fust   Charter   of   American    Schooner
By  Fraser   Mills--Will   Reach
River  Today  for  Load
atlsfaciory,     and   II   wa
ei eel a I. mpornry build-
DEPARTMENT  OF
EXTERNAL  AFFAIRS
FLOODS DEVASTATE
LOWER CONGO COUNTRY
i ���
If airs.    For the time be ^., celved   of
! mi ni  has been placed , floods In lh
' ol     lati .  who w ill
ci    ary io a-si-t him.
,   iidollee   ft-llll   Wash-
v.   li ,... ,,.. ai will com*
with  foreign    con
id-
lower t'onno   r.i-;s. flic
lories and villages have been destroyed
i , eri where.
neci --ary
Ing  to  bouse   the  children  there  till
lh,    new   BchOO]    was   built.     A  discll--
on the finance ol the
I SChOO] hoard iu \ i.-w el ilie IVlielltllre
Inlaw ..I lasi leai'. and a debate fid-
lowed on ih,. meaning of the term
"equipment," Included In lhe wording
of the bylaw, the mayor answering Mr,
Peck thai he took the word to mean
"furnishing" L'p to dan-. II was
stated, the schools had cost $30,268, In
different directions It ihej had also
to furnish tho schools, mono) would
have to he provided this year In the
estimates for that  purpose.
Trusi, e Peebles valued the Weal
End Bchool site, with buildings on It,
ai $6000, and ih<- Sapperton i-ohool
-in- ai   J;...nn
The   mailer   wa-   referred  io a   .om
1'
T,.\\ii-eiiii   t'eii   |9    The   \lll
Ivj-fflt    Will    Explain    to    Cits     Couiuil
S.'hrmr   for   Small   Punt     Oil- -,
Information taught,
���''���       Will 0      IllOn .   Willi   lelel. n, r
'"   the    in llOQ   Ol    an     n.   noi aloi
' llltll   here ���    vv   -vine jilt.-: a .
rhotiu   ������       fu ������     ii |io��al,  \t,
Mi I'.i I.in.,   ol   \   ItlCOllVUl",   was   ill   li.
.   ) i stei i.i>    an i  had a  i ilk w Ith
\la>..i    K. tl >     \,,|e, men  HcuK J,   Ja
Ine   an.i    i'.u - ���    Smith,   in eon
queues "i  which    bu wlll    iu.-.i  tk.
Council  on   M.u.d i\    iii.lii   and   la.   le
Cui ,��� them iir'.ui ��� . tor Ui�� coot iructloc
..|  au 11 i . ��� 11 n ��� i. -'. -.   .'..I'.ilile ,,| il.-. Inn in .
tn .'. ii torn  oi  11 ban (tally.
M.'inwliil,     \il     i '.,,vr     Hmi'i   lu,
i... ii lin rite n Ine .limes Johnson, has1 written   lo
i M,
oi   Hi.   ,-oam   ciitt't
I.,. II    i hail, I. il    bj     the    I'' a lii\> r
Mills  i . lead  lumber tor Cnllloi nlnn
|lOl 1 ThlS   is   tile    Ill-it    lillie   an   en
"ac. ine ii im- been given to a Brltl li
Columbian mill for American    oiilli-'i'n
ports, .all ihe trade ha\ ing be. n pro
vioual)  In th.. hands ol Pug. i   ..uiii.
i.'iays' harbor,    and    Oregon  vei
The   liarkeiiline   wlll   trelglll    nearly   a
million  and  ii   half  feel   10 ��� Ithci   S.m
Francisco or San Pedro,
ih.- .irinie, Johnson win arrive in
the river today. She la n re n e) ol
aboul 2000-ton burden, mid ���'��� ������������tnlv
arrived In Pori Townfend frmn CaHau
Peru      li shown the poistbllH - of tha
for iiiiihei Information, and ll '����� &&���
Ild- U'.U    anil, ilia:,   I    ttl_l    tile   CO
ft iii -.,���.ii have   i  ��� . ii i.'.i in ii�� po*
I,,n   iii   vii   ll      111 I  .pie-tlon   ���.
I    eiveil    inl. I It J ��� nil,
MOTION TO ABANDON
FREE TRAOF. lIF.FFATin
Loudon.     Feb      III     Tli. II.ni
i ..nun,ni        ���,>,In\       lefl "' I '       ���
i ���, niiiiei lam       notion     "
a trade               ' 107
miii.e consisting of the  miayor, and  invasion of southern  American  por ���
Johnston  Remembered.
lohnston, .>n leaving the
1    Hon   ..   Co.,  Md..  has
i with a handsome bi t
by his colleagues.     ll"
1  business  for himself  In
���  and real estate, The retire-
��� .'ffei t ai  once.
Wil|  Discuss  Municipal  Surveying.
Mayor Keary, Reeves Byrne, Bosu
.md Howe, representing the it C.
Union of Municipalities, will meet the
executive of the B, C. Lan 1 Surveyors' I
association in Vancouver this afternoon, wiih regard to a uniform sysi-m'
of  surveying  tor  municipalities   and
nhe necessity of raising tin- existing
HOPE  IS GIVEN  UP
FOR   MISSING  SETTLERS
Prince Rupert, Feb. 19    'there now
1 Be nun imt little doubl  thai  the three
settlers, Cam.ion,  Dobbins and   Yen
who -tiii-ii  from  Porcher  Island
by  British Columbia timber   and ths
change   In    the   existing    relatta
which have _epi Canadian lumbi i v
off
stone monuments, questions which require attention in the Interests ol 'I'-
, various municipalities. ���
If,,,, [in-   mainland
, vicinity, bul  without  finding anj
,,;,,.,. of the missing men.
The men started out in �� small boai
once begun.
PLOT TO DETHRONE CZAR.
Petersburg, Feb. 19. ���A sensational story of a
Nonary plot to dethrone Emperor Nicholas and pro-Und several days later a pair of oars
fYl   o m�� ���     -r-a ��� i    ,     i  ���     n.      t.  _        1   ...,,.    in   'were  picked  up on  lhe  shore of LUC5
V -i regency in Russia is related in St. Petersburg to- jjj^ the p���gllthou8e keeper. -_��
111 connection with the recent death of Grand Duke flnd wai r,portn(| t0 tho ���0iico and a
fQimir-, the emperor's oldest uncle.    The authority for ,������,i. for the mis-toj men was at
story is a high judicial official of St. Petersburg.
I ne affair was uncovered in connection with the rev-
|tlons concerning the Azef and Lopukine case.   While
fustigating the relations between Azef, a political spy,
l"e reactionary organization, the prosecuting depart-
jjt of the government found indications that the organ-
tlon>   dissatisfied with the present moderate policy of
government, desired to substitute a strong-handed re-
jionary regime and had formed a plan to establish a
<ency under Grand Duke Vladimir.
A search of the documents in Vladimir's palace was
|^ to be undertaken when the Grand Duke unexpectJ
r   ' '"I.   This put an end to the project.
Alderman Jardine, and two representatives of  the  hoard.
New  High School.
\id.  caiieii   wanted  further  Infoi
mat ion   from   Sapperton   residents as
to the achoo] site, and Trustee Thorn
her replied iliai lhe hoard was able to
give a better unbiased opinion as to
the need- of    tho city    ihaii others,
It hud thoroughly Investigated ths sli
nation and  believed  the site on  thel^a Anti-Tuberculosis
hill ii,,. be t ni view ol tho future de-!Oeor*��'i hall, wa_ a greai succesi
veiopmeiit of ihai suburban district
PLAN    MILLION-ACRE
NATIONAL   Pl.AYGROND
I    'lil II v,
,.,
idi win   \   I'.iown
ou the tariff ol $. a thousand foel fori ni |i. ii-. - r thi
rough lumber, , .���,.   ^8H   ,
Other  sailing   vessel-   win   tpil ��� ,   .,
lo   i lie   fraser Mill ���.
!     Th,
,,.,,, .       , .      . .    .
laiuiiity    25, and
iin,. since i n missing, were caught
I- ,, -loiin and drown.il.     The provln-
pollce,    with  a    gasoline  patrol
launch, have made diligent search ol
,,,,. ,,,,.; line and all the islands m | sohool  from the neigh inia' munlcl- ���ome 80 dunces
polities, ami Mr. Trapp repliad thai it
Opened a wide field, ns ths people who
had children In the WestmlMter hikIi
School -ii.nt iiiouei iii the olty.
.Md Qraj said Ibai affected the men
chant   alone.
Did Wrong Years Ago.
Mr Peebles drew attention to a resolution which the school board hud
passed, in connection wiih ih,. mw
ilinh School now looming up. thnt a
ion b       Mi       ' " "��� 'I
Bal  Poudre a  Succtii. .  ,,|,.,      ���|    ,  ll
Hal 1'oiidre" In I'.inne.   Ion With    ell v   U
lodging hou
evening aboul 78 prominent  m. nb. ���  _
i ol th   on.
\i.i. Ci.l.v asked a question aboutl0' ,,"'��'1 w)cl��t)  btlag presei
the   children     attending   the   Hlgh|'��r'�� orchestra ���nppHwI ths mu
A    :���,.     , DTOVI
lllenl   ha.  taken   pine.,  in   'he
since the altenatlons have baen
pitted,   0    dllliit;oiit    room    !,vi..
IrilillHlied  ill   Hn- old  kitchen,  are'
p.-r rooms are placed down
. , ,,
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lie-    Philip
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SELLS HIS WIFE FOR $20.
RALPH   SMITH'S   BILL
BEFORE COMMONS
Ottawa, Ollt., Fell. 19.���In the House
of I'ouimonH this afternoon the hill
was introduced by Ralph Smith pro-
\itllng an eight -hour-day for all rftjtl"
way   telegraphers   and   dispatchers.
On motion of Sir W. Laurlcr thMe
new committees are added t>. th��'
standinu committees of the Commons,
vis: on marine and fisheries, on minds
and mineral* and on forests, water
,iftyi and water powers.
Representing that he could  not get  possession of a
,.,���, ���..,.���������...,���., .1 .lme,,,,,, comely young woman whom he had purchased from her
di ami hoard should be .ippoiiii.,i toihusband for $20, a Sapperton man applied to the city po-
"xjiiiniu,. i"1" " "lill,",M"' ,,,e U1" j lice yesterday for assistance.   The sale of the woman (..um
rangemeni undei    which   the schools'
hud l n taken uver hy the city from
Hie government 16 or 17 years ago, be-
llevlng the city bad done wrong In
taking over ihe schools in an overcrowded gtate.
When the government was approached on the matter he ��aid this
circumstance should lv drawn to their
iContlnued on Page Throe.)
place while she was in the maternity cottage at the Hoval
Columbian hospital, she being, it is alleged, a party to the
deal.   The husband has since left town.    -���
The trouble arose because the purchaser  wished the
woman to enter his home at once, she insisting on delay,-
Until an agreement satisfactory to all parties car
reached, the woman has been placed in the care of a fe*
male relative.   All the parties are white.
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TILE DAILY NEWS.
The wonderful progress ol Canada is illustrated by the fact that tbe
finest Cocoa in the world is made ther*.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
1. tbe purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO ^|
THE STAGE
���..'..'���..���-..",.i'. "a..'>ai,ai.ar,.uJ..i.0'.O-.J(,."
.   T-.i-.r���i\"i\���ri\"i\-'n-',i"1i"iC)i"ii"ti-''i'1\-'4
| Wanted -:- Lost -:- found j Railway Time Tables
* For Sale -:- To Rent -:- Etc. |i
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
j,..".J'..,i...'...'...'.."..'6..'...'..... J'.."...'.......'. J'.. "..>'...'.."..". ."..".'V ,
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WAN 1'ED���Woman to assist in board
ing-house.     Wallace, Ls.-ybi- street,
DANIEL   SULLY   IN
A   CLERICAL   ROLE
. lergymen of all denominations will
join  the   laity   In admiration of  the
character of Father Daly, the clerical
a   which   Mr.   Daniel   Sully   ap.
pears In hi.- new  play.   "The  Match-
. maker." This shepherd of a wild and
raywnrd flock meet.- with the trials
and  tribulations,  lhe oarea and anxi-'
(etie*. the crosses, disappointments
and   malicious    opposition   that    are]
. tamlUar to all those who devote their
lives to the spiritual welfare of their
I fellow-men. Ho bears his burden,
low. v.i-.    In    a   light-hearted    manner
j and Is always ready with a Laugh and
la joke to lighten the burdens of
oilier.-: In the face or danger hi- courage and coolness compel the respeel
of his most bitter enemies. Mr. Sully
The Matchmaker" will be the at-
HADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeast
in the World
Sold and
Used
in
traction at  the opera house on Tu. s-
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for Ni W  Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
      a.in., and every half hour thereafti i   day, Fobruary 23.
WANTED���Two boys to sell papers in      until  11:30 p.m. 	
the morning    before   school on a Cars leave New Westminster for Van- "The Burgomaster."
salarj   basis.    Apply at the "Dailj      couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and      Pixlev,m  &  Luder.g  ramoUa  m, 5lcal
News,"  between  12  and   12:30  Sat-      8: i.m., and every half hour there   ,.,iii���|v    ..,.,���. BursomaBtci,-.   will   ,���.
urday morning. |    after until 11:00 p.m. the strong attraction al    the    opera
house on Saturday, February "7.    ll
i Ilerni.-eii and Ituth White, in the parts
OPE
RA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
SATURDAY,   FEbr
Ordei
-ARY 20i
1905.
Feb   -:;-   i111111''1  Suny'
_,eb  27    ri,,. Burgomaster.
March   l.    Kerry   Gow.
M.,,,.],       Stubborn Cinderella,
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 21    Harry Beresford.
April  :..    Marrying Mary.
Apl.j, ;.- -Blanch Walsh.
Aprl] 28    The Gingerbred Man
Nat  Goodwin.
ur
r-   Taken f
Chimney
Telepkone 1G4
Thomas Petek]
bwei
Everywhere j I
E.W-Gillett Co., Ud    ^
Toronto, Oot.
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SPICES
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
couver ai 5:50, ii:_u, ti:fiO. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m , and every half hour I
after until  11:00 p.m.
 i  Sunday Schedule.
WANTED   Tu-. boom    men al   ��nce.JCar- feave Vancouver for New  West
Apph   foreman  Royal  < ity   Planing     ,,,:���..,,,. .,,  v.a,-, ,,n,i Q.f,,, ., ,,,    .,���,i;   ,.  ,. .      .,, ,   ...j,,.    ,,
nun ii,  at  "-.in. ana a.uu  i.m., ana ol   Peter  Stuyvesant  and   Willie Van
Ml"'"' ('"y- ;    every    half   hour   thereafter   until Astorbllt, will be tihe featured members
1     "'���"" P-m- of the cast, and there will be ,an es-
���x''i' '��� jC-.irs leave New Westminster tor Van-1 peclallj   strong  acting  company  and
 i    couver at 8:00 a.m., and every half j a]so ., chorus of 50. The costuming is
,���^^^^^____    , hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last exceptionally  handsome,  having  been
I'OL Ml--Camera.       Owner  can   haw      .-.rH-nfinm .     .     ,, , ,.,,.,
i    car n. uu p.m. 'made tor tin- production by Marshall
D.J. McQuarrie, Local Manager. New Field  of Chicago,  and the  production
Westminster. , [s a large one.   Soverea] changes have
WANTED���Dining-room  girl
at one  Gulchon hotel.
lamera. owner can have
same by proving property aud paying for this advertisement     Apply
Daily   News   business  office.
WANTED���Small services from  High
School girl in return for board and
lodging;  must be  fond of children, i
Apply K. A., News Office.
4
1-OST���Will the party who took a
large carpenter's plane from Edmunds street station please return
same to Walker & Peer'- real estate
office  Edmunds   station, Burnaby.
Great   Northern   Railway,
been made In the book, to freshen it.
The ..-ale  of  seats  for  this  production
Lv, N.W, 9:20 a.m.; ar. Seattle -1 p.m.'wlll open on Tuesday at Ryall's drug
Lv. N.W. 4:35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m. I store. Special price concessions are
Lv. N.W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15 being made.
Lv. Seattle .-.10 a.m.; ar. N.W. 3 p.m.|    <ifc-���-������-     ��� ������     - -   =     gf
Lv. Seattle4:25 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.
a.m.
ar,   N.W. 9:55]
ar. N.W. 6:20|
Ri  d pari  (30 acres) of the uortheai
quarter oi  .-.ction  10,  township  19,
New Westminster district,
Whereas proof of the lous of c i tificate of title number 1150 F., li n I
in the name "l James Long, has been
Bled in this office.
Notice is hereby given thai l shall,
at the expiration of one montii from
thi date of the Bra, publli ..tion h. reof
In a daily newspaper published in the
City nf New Westminstei Issoe a
SupIIcate of the said certlfici i
in th.- meantime valid objection be
made to' me In .vrlting.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New WeStnTh-
Bter, B, C, Feb. 3rd, 1309.
���
1 ���
X
4
4
4
OF ALL KINDS AT
RYALL'S
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED
f>RUG
STORE
PHONE 57,
���^��������������i>***a-����***^**��****��********^****e**^*4i4iM4)i
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from f-t��/*5
gent-'   open   face
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
No.  307    leaves    New Westminster
Tuesday,   Feb.   23.
MRS. C, C. FISHER ex-pupil of Carl-i
lotta Ant.-lli, R. A. I London, Eng.,1
and of G. F. Sims. Mas.    Bac. Ox-I^'^0 l'-ln- arriv�� Gulchon 6 p.m. Pri-|T_
ford,,  England, will  give lessona  in
singing and harmony.
days;  also connections  by  10.10  a.m.]
WANTED���By March 1st, girl for gen
oral housework.      Apply  Mrs.  1
Annandale,  1*9  Fourth street.
except New Westminster Tuesday and'
1:35 Thursday.
Leave Guichon 6:30   i.i      arrl re N,
V,'. 8:45 Fridays; also connections by
2 p.m.  except  Guichon  Tuesdaj
0 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N.W, 6:20 a.m . .; p m . an I 9:55
p.m. for Vancouver.
l.v. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., I p.m  and
_______________^^___^^__ 11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
FOR SALE���Six lots, 60x120 each, cor-l	
net- Richmond and  Eighth avenue; | MAKE YOUR APr-cAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
��� Eminent Comedian,
Mr. Daniel Sully
in   ;, -  Suce���- ifu]  Corned.
���THE���
up.
Silver   Watches,  	
$6.00.
Silver Watebes, gents' open caee,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
WatcB .-.-pairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7uio   doors   from   Geo.  Adams.   Grocr-
���H-J-l-l-'I-K-I-
t
���M"M"I"I"M,:t'
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manmtacturers and Drauers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath.   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sajk  Doorj,|
Interior Finish*     1 u.med Work,    Ett,
Fish and Finiit Boxe..
Large Stock PTain and Fancy Glase.
Fj\RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone 12. New Westmiiistt-r I
LOST���Gentleman's brown kid glove,
near armouries. Finder kindly return to this office.
Matchmaker PRINTING
$100 each; cash.    A. L. Bryant. 152.
Charles street, Vancouver.
TO RENT���One large furnished ben
room, near library, suitable for two
.-lso two small ones. Rent reason
able.   Apply 2S7 Victoria street.
NEWS.     The   Morning   Paper,
BY   JERROLD   SHEPARD'
.���������      ory of romance with macnj
laughs.      Second Season  of  Sitteess,
Price. 25c to $1.50.
Tilf^-P'^SfiW-W
WANTED���A nurse girl; services re
quired from 1 to C p.m. Mrs. Dr
jones, Royal avenue.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������
:
This is the
Opportunity j
Look ovei   Henry's catalogue
and make out your order for
Westminster  Opera House |
EXTRA   SPECIAL!
ONE  MKItRY.    M-'SICAi- NIGHT
Saturday, February 27. || latkson& Morrison
Return of last year's big f&Tort.e
TheB
urgomaster
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us mSi.-is a satisfied customer.
0l_:W0_K SATISFIES
niiR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted'
on application.
| 0��OaK>^0*OaK)*00404���^O��-C*O4>C .���0*0��040*r ���cceoeo.**'!
���fa.    II
Foreign  Drafts
We   ell   dra       il  iii"   lowest   rate    on a t-dp-l
dnl    i.i iivr Britain, Franc... Germany,   Ita .
European countries, also on all parts of A_Ia, At
New Zealand and Mi xico.
Bankers' money orders   -old',  pajrabl.   at  pai       iny ?<>&'���
iu Canada.
Collections made at the towa-l  ..nes.
Th,
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388-
l��'l"t"l"l"I"l"l"I' 'I**!"!"!**!"!"!"!"!"?
NOTICE.
IS IT POSSIBLE?
WH V. THE [DBA!
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Tr.-..-', Plant., !!��� e Supplies, etc.
No wind) agents to annoy ><-u.
No damage from fumigation. No
delays of customs.
YOU  'PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO   THE  REST.
HENRY'S:
! Nurseries:
RUTH  WHITE
HARRY   HERMSEN
And stun.- big companj ol ovi    HALF A HUNDRED PEOPLE, Including thai  Bplck,  span,  Baucy, bewitching
Chorus of Kangaroo Girls.
SPECIAL -1 have guaranteed thl attraction six hundred dollars, and
will offer It ut a special Bcal. ol prlci Entire lower floor,
$ion; balcony, |1.00 and 75c; gallery, 50c, In order that everybody may benefit by this wonderful theatrical bargain, curtain
will not ring up un'i: 9 o'clocl p.m.    Seat sale now open.
I
���
Offices,   Greenhouses  and   Seed-
houses. 3010 Westminster   Road.
Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nur��ery,
South  Vancouver.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
APPLICAT'ONS  WANTED.
'���,  ....���'' Ol '      v      Ion of City
Engineer for the Cltj of New Westminster win bi receivi d by Uie under-
. Igned up to March 1, al 6 p  na.
Applicants to state salary required,
and references as t.. ablli'> tind experience in municipal work.
\V. _, DUNCAN C't;  Cl
City   Hall,  Feb.  18,  1900.
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital   $2,200,000
Our facilities for collect ng ,ind remitting money should be
employed by all business men to whom promptness is a consideration,
J. E. ALLEN, Manager. New Westminster, B. C.
Take aatice that 1, C. W.  Preston,
vi Vancouver, li. C, fanner, intend to
[apply to ihe Honorable Chiel Coniniis-
j sloner  ol   Lauds and   Works     for    a
twenty-one year grazing lease 'on.   the
[following described land:    Coxomonc
I ing m a post on the east   B__>re   at
I Zayas  l-'and,   Port  Simpson district,
I about a milt  louth of the mouth   of
j Lak.   i eek, thence  west  airosa    the
island to the shore, thence following
the  Bhore    northerly,    easterly    and
aoutherij to the point of   commence-
, men:
No,   '.   lease.���Zayas    island,    Port
Simpson district, Btartlng ar a i��ost at
the southeast  corner ol  No.  l lease,
"jthene.   ... i across the Island to   the
J shore, thenco    following    the    shore
Southerly,      easterly      and       mn lie ly
around to the point of commencement,
('. \V. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 1908
��de Marks
Design*
C0l��VRIQHT8 AC.
AnTf.no Hnamj r alintr-h nni di-ncrlptlnn m��y
Sulclcljr ns.-i-rtiiln rinr uplnlon freo wlietlmr an
liiToiil on IS prohnl,|y,,ai��iit���hln. ''.immunka.
tlnri��f��trlotlrr-..i,i),i..!i,ini. HANDBflOK on 1'auinu
itiit (ro��. Oldest in-, ii,- f.,ri..-(-urlii(f iMUems.
1-ntents tason ihroui-t, n,u,��� 4V0. recuire
Sfeclal Mt*M, without, (iln.r.o, In tho
Scientific Jimericatt.
A -SiKliMinioIr llluHir.it. ,| wtt-lr,   EsU-Mt olr-
culatloo -.f.ai.y selontine |oar_a,    Tt-rr.5 tM
w 1     Km�� Bw* 4~ t bu w��hi_.,',:',! V.*r
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
b*C)*o*oao*o*ooao*o*o*o*o*c -��o��oo*c*4o otototowwWH
Eastertrook  Milling  Company.
Er>e_rTmt.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per bd.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   u
Ter
mmal
$5.00
McQuarrie &&
FRONT  STREET.
FLOUR AND FEED M
-KCHANTS
"<ew Westminster.
Trlephone
i&
A Little Good
makes a b B, b    Ure ��hrt'JJ
of poor coal aendi "'" I0
at a...    It.         |*J"J
our coal, beci ,,,.
goes farthest, tnnkei m"8'"
ik i   ash and "*
leaves verj  I I "  ���""     J
no more per I �� ,haD     ^
grade.    We     liver     Jl
partof '!;:���.,!'.: J ,-*
always    Telei  ��� di
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd
a_il*iatjii. D. C.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard b'ocK, New Westminster.
ENQUIRE F'��-
Pamily Rat<
AT THB
Royal City I^Jj
Royal Avenut ��"" BlaC SaTURP*'
r.BRUARY  20,  1909
THE DAILY V   ��� ^.
I'AGfi Tl-iKGH
50OO
New
Post Cards
Morey's
-    -.;:���-:-,��^JMM��a#^HHHHi       WHEN   GOING EAST
���
Some .'-i.i
Dental
:   ri     AT
MOREY'S
iilJUK STORE
.UNIBIA   STREET.
'OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
Young People.    Attention !
'       AG ISN'T
- end yd:  u\ cn
���  u;
I
I
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in   ARITHMETIC. BOOKKEEPING. _.P_ _.   Nl       * f R_.POND_NC_,   j
SHORTHAND.  TYPEWRITING,    COMMEI LAW      PENMAN-*
SHIP. ' I
Columbian College
l _,
IS   A - !-
I
*   "THI VORTKWESTERN LINE"
: lay In thi   ". e_
, l.l'.N
ir  any
i b
��� ��� ngs
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS ...    -10NTH
.Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
VST CARDS
..   ON   SALE  AT
,,. . - : STATIONERV STORE
| tvMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
ICI       ZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    anc
.rii-     Columbia  Street.
Westminster
ransf er Co.
18b,      Ban    Ph ni   13?
[    umbla street
ea   pi
t the
to
[lit and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���1 BAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
.
���   C
.-. ��� nds   to
ton to ]        . ���   thi
ed  lan
���   -.
*_->  at a
corn
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v .    ���   ���
poin :
.      - ..   ...    J-
IHN   Mevi   \KHIK.
IOHN  P  BAQOa
/Agent.
���
LAND ACT.
COUNCIL CONFERS
WITH SCHOOL RflAitD
. i ..;:i,lined   from   i '��� uie.)
ai;,-n   on   and   ' hai  the  1
in
the goven
v    .'.    gram   In
Amid la ugh 11'i  thi   i
fl thej  had North A
NOTICE.
i   FAME
ISTKRN.        I.TH   ^^^^^^^^^^^
......    eel nswer to a Questloi
. \ i-a   ' '���   I
lighted   with   both]    The aldermen all agree, the <dtizeas I pians  of  s,litl  whBrf  ,,n(]
.
.   In 'in  " ���
.    r.vate con  ii
,    ,. v   16   sec: mui   -
-   .:::   . ���'���
. .,.      ,
B
...    T��
.. n ma! Ion ea      .        a rite
F, W. PARKER.
S eon I Avi - Wa h
Of Application for Wharf any Martni
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C
j..   .... it hew;.'   , ��� ��� i   ��� I.-    i  tb<
  ���..!.'���
New              ftinsti :.,"tor.
���   ig applied to Hli;  i' ������ ��� ���   th<
��� mei    to
��� ���I a .                       actii
of a wh ...
.
ran of the Praai i  Rlv<    havi
i!,.     -femora. <     thi-
, i  I'uiilic Works at Ottawa,
���
nit a 11  n-hic.  ,   propose to construct on land
lh,. 'I           dry i-i vith wa            ...
The  Estimates ,     ,,f loi
Tin ������                                          s-'v   v' " '
,                . .... rtpiion of
$3096. Tl                                         ...
.... ,
pr. bo Wesi
������ i   >. ��� '
Central school ....
, Sappi it.ui. $1000; the total
and havi
-'.      ���   thi   <*_-��    ���
the   I. ,v ��.r-icl
���   S   **���  v. -.inch
...
ted:
"The Milwaukee"
St.   Paul   to
Thp   Pioneer  Limited."
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha     to
Chicago.     "South      West     Limited"
Kansas  City  to Crucago.
current  expenses    being    $15,356.      Ar'uu"u",:'
.    ...m of *iv '   ' I    1*1 s"   ����     ' *e
Wil     $1850 tor  im  payment  on  Sap-1 "N*a^^"'   Waters   Protection    Art.'
i ' ool site and Interest on
.    >    - ',',,, \
t   ...
& S
oi .v. and
......
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.
-     .
..
.endit,      i     ������ as $1 -
Old  Ferry Wharf.
The eli i k  was ite
	
.nil did noi own th.   old wharf at
in ' S11 red {
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!,    S    ,'      |!
Da .���'  ���.    \'pw   WestmlnsN
of January   \  D  ifi
v. Mi'ir;.
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ers
Slat
Shoes
For
Men
My Enthusiasm
over Slater Shoes is not the elation of a young man achieving
'��� ���- first --uccess. but is the re
suit of the increasing popularity
of Slater's, due solely, I believe.
to the honest values and up to-
date features smbodlt. n them.
Let r-e si-ow you the value of
Slater  patent
Grand Trunk  Ry.
F.xcc.lfnt Train Service Betw.e
CfeafO, London.
Hamihon, Tor v. .
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business- cenli
ON i A RK1. QUEBEC and  the W 1
ME PROV-NCRS,
Also to Bl FTALO, \FW YORK
PHtl-ADELPHU, v,a Niagara 1
a Tallies, .-*tc.. addrt
GEO. W. VA_X.
\  ���    :,-"  Ger I Passenger and T
\. ��� ' lams Si   ChfoatBE-. II'.
NOTICE    TO   CONTRACTORS
Water Clauses Consolidation New Spring Goods j
Act 1807 and Amending
Acts."
vnster Land  District.
D-sti ict   of   Sayw.ird.
that  1. C. w.  Pn - on
ii c ipation   fai mer,  in
or permission t<��   pur-
... Ing described land
.   posi   plante l  on
| ���   south Twin Island. 	
bi   shore    i asti rly,
|j     ,v,...���llV|      northerly    and   Notice of Application for Further Cer
Vancouver   Power  Co..
Ltd.
.,, point of   commenci -
���i the whole Island con
more ot '������
C. w   PRESTOfc
I90S
tificate   of   Approval.
JUST   ARRIVED
l-xactl*,    the   material   you   want    for
suits im,,I,   ui order.   Perfect fll guaranteed,
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P.  O.  Box 634. New  Westminster.
i ii noslte Windsor Hotel,
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$6.50
"Treads!rate" lasts
"Bend" Sole leather
"Reinforced" Shanks
"Stay lip" Box Toes
and   cither   Slater  features.
Slate.-?   have   a unique   coml-ma
tion  of  advantages  not  found  In
ordinary shoes.
Profit   by    others'    experien, e-���
BUY    SLATER'S
ER BOUNTY ACT. 1908.
|v     Q TO PURCHASERS.
None,. i    hen bj   given    uppu-men
-,,������  io the notice ol the Ittta daj  ol
i,,,, ,���:���,, 1908, i hut, two weeks aftei
anie' application  will he mud.'    wheu
application la ni ide In pursuance   to
the notice of ihe s-<id -,tu d'>
comber, 1908, for a further cei
oi approval (to be Included In the one
tlfloato of approval) of its furthei
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
SOLD ONLY   BY
Dl
ilillctil
anient of the right oi -  ,   ,
,,  . ,    .,  undertaking m tne matter ui m
an  \ uluteer eninled to -i , , .,   ,���..i,. ,,.
atructlon und op. ration ol a   ingle oi
a   musl    he l.v wuy of ap- , ,,.,,���,
dimiiie  track  tramway   muii a
' -.1' ti .-iil.Mitiite nnd mu-t he   """" ,     .,       ,.:,.,,���.,,.,,,
at or near the New \\ e-iiiini-t.
Canadian Pacific rallwaj
���ti V
lin:.
"'in provide l by the Act.
. attention Itl called to Sub-
li i tion 5 of the Volunteei
Vet, 1908, which provides thai
���
of   Ihe       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
where th��- branch line to the City "'
New Westminster branches oil to ike
,  I city of New  Westminster to a  i'"'"'
;i'  ��f bright Of a vol-   at ;r near lhe 80uUl6rly end of uake
the appolntmeni ot a sub- L^,^   w���(l  llu,  ���,,,,.,,:      W<
jtracka und turnouts nnd branchea foi
ih,. passage of cms, team*, carriages
nnd other vehicles   adapted
, game and to build bridges and
.        ^mm,   ^^    ,    .        any ot the powers a. set forth in ����
^J���'?1 the V01 tion 96 of the Water Cl.     Con oil
W.OUEENWAY, l.,���......   ,���,    1fi0,   wiin  iinvin   i     '"
take, trans
and   ore,
\_W  "   OF P. HALL.
E.ghtn  and   Agnes  Streets.
Hour*: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
0 io ... evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admls-
l0n ioc, skates 25c.    On  Saturdays
ini   1U 1(, 12,   chool children    under   18
wl | ;��� furnished Bkatea for I0c,   Com-
mutailon tickets now on uie,   'Phone
A   183,
I W. E. SINCLAIR I
roll
jllll.
Columbia sti-eet, New Westminster.
������^^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*
' accepted or recognised
Department    of  the   Interior
is not executed and dated after
��i-e of the warrant for the land
'' ' the Minister ot MtHtU
in
nerctse
missiiiner nf Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
!,MiM_wT
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
���UVUU U\_0_c^^B_,��
��\t"n
Million   Act,   1897
oi her powers the power to
fer and carry   passengers
minerals nnd  freight  upon tha uw-
way  by the force or power ol 'in'1";1
or such steam, electric, water or
motive  power na the Coo ���"
, deem expedient
other
may
And  upon  BUCh iipplii'"11""
ending for friends In tin* old.usua
���ntry by buying   tickets    at    this;and nffoctiiiilly carry o
you ',v
py.
all   the
to foils
,'ind necessary powers
ut    th
save money nnd prevent I proposed further undertaking
applied for. J	
empress sails from   St J    Dated'at the City' ?�� ^^ ia��
��K"��  12 and 86.   Call for   ��-...__ Colum
sold
ill  be
In
oound i.r
pn r-
ED, OOULRT
Agent
I the Province of British C<
D. I"09'
*! CO., I
' 2'ih day or January, A
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. L
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten.
Family trade a specialty,
rel. 113. office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Beat of Farmer's Pork
i
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & AI.III HSHN
Tenders  for  Shops   East  of   Winn
-   ��� .,   ..
,     ��� ,1 OU   the  . li\     ���
"Tend            - will bi    eceivi
at thi     ' .    . t",,  I'.-nmii ���- , ai
he   ! atal Rallwaj    ,     -
tawa : l. noon, ot thi
��� -,   Mar. .-,.,, i   |
oi  completi   in ;<��� -
am ����� ��� i-   and   peclfics
���', mml ��� ���     ol   ihopt  ���
:   \\ vie
i ills   and
-ii al the offli ��� ot Mi   M -
D,   l.iini-u. n.  rhi. :   engineer,  Ottawa.
Om    and m    B, it   Poulln,    dli
engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
r i son     ��� ndeiIng at. notified
tender.  ��111  noi  be considered  un i
��� ���ii thi 11 int.'d forms supplli ���
ih.   i ..iiiiiu��� Ion. rs,   which   ma.     11
i id  i n i Ion  to  Mr.   llm      I
t um |i i,   ��� bii I   uglneer, Ottawa, Onl
Eai li '.n.l. f   must   be Blgned   i nd
ah i   ���   ill the parties to the t< i di
and wltnet ed, and be accompfthled ���
..I  ���.. ���    iti d  cheque   on   B charti ���
Han!, ol thi  i louiiiiinn of Canada pi -
di    "I the I'onintis-ii'. ���
of  ii"    ' ��� ii continental Rallwaj
ih,,   '".I ol one hundred thbuaan -
lav    ($100,000)
Thi  cheque deposited by the
wh,. ���  t.ndei   i    tccepted  * i'i be di
po Iti :  to lh    credit of the R. ci lv
.,.... ��� rj of i lanada as security toi
. in.  and    rtthful performance ot   rt ���
eon    id      u cording    to    its
Chi qui    d.-positeii by   psi Ue
t, ndi ieeied u ill be ���''arm d
; witliin 'en days otter the sign).
in-  i onl racl
Tin. rlghl  Is reeei ved to l-eji ct any
oi  all      0 Iv
Ity order,
!'   I'    KVAN.
Secretar
The Commls doners of  Ihe  Tran-co
tineniai Railway.
P.'it.d at Ottawa, 80th January, 13'..
Newspapers Inserting this advertlsi
[ment wlthoul authority from the Com
Columbia  St. j mlssloners will not be paid for it.
!
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Choice   H
ams
18c
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Central Meat Market;
Advertising and Circulation
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
The Standard op Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisemnnts solicited for the above publications
Corner Eighth St. and
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 20
The Daily News
Published bj The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlceB,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
abundant opportunities for all on the i
farms of the country.      But there is'
work  among the girls of the farm in
spreading  the gospel  of    agricultural
independence. They should be taught
I how to work in the bouse and out of!
| doors,   how   lo   cook   nnd     plant   andl
E. A. Paige Managing  Director   maintain a garden and how to care for i
flowers nnd poultry.     Work is a great
i
healthgiver and mind-restorer.
"GET THE  HABIT"
Sweeties
IN THE   WINDOW.
Chocolates, 15c per Box.
Candies, 15c per Pound
VOI'lt   ('HOICK.
Fraser River Service
Str. Rampna
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY.
SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY   20,   1909.
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT.
��� ��� ������^���."������'^���^���^.���^.������^���^������:;=,��v:;**
��� _  _    . _���      I
li
MARKET
REPORT
II
HThe Fair
��-;-���..-���:;���������.;;.���-:;.���:::. %������������������:?���#������*���#������*
There was a fair market yesterday,
considering the very Btormy and wet
weather, with a fair attendance of
sellers, and a good attendance of buy- j
ers. Generally a good supply of ail,
lines of produce ruled, which found
a ready sale. A number of tine animals  were sold  ill  the  rings al   good
Some of lhe most pressing need?
of the cltj in ihe way of improvements are outlined in the list of subjects included in lhe report of the
municipal committee of the board of
trade presented to the annual meeting
on Thursday, and while a portion of
them are somewhat Utopian in view of
the limit. (1 funds at the disposal of
the council yet it shows a careful study Vmeal beef waa not so plentiful
of m'unlcplal matters, In which too bu) of good quality, while lamb and
few citizens take an interest except mutton was short ol demand. Veal had
during an election, when the person |a fair supply, with a shorl demand,
alll.y rath r ihau principle of the can
didates Is at Blake, it is well a deputation was appointed to wall on the
council to draw the attention of the
aldermen to conditions which undoubtedly   deserve  examination.
The difficulties with reference to thy
city market have long been recognised
.and are having the earnest support of
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
TENDERS WANTED.
sold
the market committee, bul it i-s not
easy to remove hawkers and illegitimate businesses from I.ytton square.
Reference is made to the water lot
leases, hut while there lg no doubt
the rentals arc unduly low, the object
'has rather been to encourage iiidus
tries than lo make a profit out of this
valuable possession. The policy of
short leases, with an opportunity of
readjustment of rentals at the end of
ten years, Is perhaps the best under
existing circumstances, bui we do noi
think the city will be prepared to
surrender any holdings for Indeterminable periods, after the experience of
the presene, with several valuable lots
disfigured by old buildings, unoccupied
and going to decay. It gives a ;bad
Impression to the visitor seeking to
locate.
We have already expressed our concurrence with the desire of the committee for a building Inspector, which
the city council has under consideration, and with the necessity for clearing up the hack lanes, streets and
side***, alios.
The  paragraph.,     with     regard     to
street   oar lines  wlll    receive careful
attention, bul while from the point of
convenience a streel ear line up Sixth ]
.street operated 1>>   cable would  he no i
more  difficult  than   thoBe   in  Seattle, I
yet the expense would be considerable,
and  the  compan,.     controlling    same
would  want to be convinced  of    an
adequate revenue before they ventured
the outlay,
i Pork had a good supply which a
j readily.
The supply of eggs WAS satisfactory,
. and the  expected sudden  drop  came,
the market dpenlng at  36 cents, and
j closed   much   weaker,   owing   io   large
I importations arriving daily, and a fur-
I iher decline may  be expected.  Butter
held ai  old prices, and does not  warrant an early change.
Tlr.Te was a small offering of apples, whihe was quickly bought up.
A fair supply of potatoes, and any
thing offered free from frosl was
readily sold at $20 per ton. Pew
vegetables came in.
A fair supply Of chickens and  fowls
was  disposed  uf.   those  In good   condition going easily.   The small number
of ducks were easily turned over
Official   Quotations.
Beef,   hindquarters,  prime.    SV_   to
9V_c;   forequarters,  6   to 9c;   mutton.
13 to  lie;   lamb, 11 to 15c;  veal, medium,   UV_c;     large, 9  to  10c:    eggs,
! wholesale, 35c; retail, 10c;  butter, retail.  35  to  -10c;   fowl,  per dozen, $8  to
$10;   chickens, per aozen, $7  to  $*>'.
ducks, per dozen, $12; apples, per box,:
$1   to   $1.50;   carrots   per  sack,   75c: i
turnips,   per sack,   75c
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to March 5th, at 5 p.m.
for numbering all the houses in the
city, the numbering to be done on the
block system. Tenderers to submit
samples of figures to be used, and to
slate time for completion of the work.
The lowest or any ti nder not necessarily  accepted.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City Hall New Westminster, Feb.
is.  1909.
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND SAT
.ui S a.m., .ailing at following points:
Hamytond. Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, whonnock, Ruskln, Silverdale, Alt.
Lehman, .Matsqui, .Mission, Hatzlc,
Dew/ldn.y, Nlcomen Island, Sumas and
CMllwack, Returning leaves Chilli-
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation. Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO., Ltd.
R. Whitinore, Mgr.
New West minster
I Smart
Hat
MUNICIPALITY    OF    BURNABY.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  is  hereby given   that   the
Vancouver Power Company,   Limited,
has ihis day deposited in the Laud
Registry Office iu the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of its
W . tininstcr-Chllliwack Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through the
municipalities of Sumaa and Chilliwack and the town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
s
For
Young
Men
YOUNG  MEN���Sw
in spring
These hats
fellow- who hav.-  seen iLire delighted with theui.
come trom manufacturers   of   world
Ivle-
.
t'ons four (4) and five (5) of the said
lenders will lie received for the de-] railway as   shown   on   the said   pian
and approved by the Chief Commissioner of Lands   and  Works  for   the
Province  of British Columbia.
Dated   this    12th   dav   of  January.
livery of 500 yards of rock of not more
than 8 inches in diameter on the Van-
emu er-Westminster road between Edmonds station and Royal Oak road,
and 500 yards between Royal oak roa 1 i R'O'J.
and Central  Park.      Tenders will also
A. E. BECK
Solicitor  for  Vancouver  Power Company. Limited.
be   received     for   500     yards   on   the
Hastings    road    between      Lakevlew
sch.ml house and Deer lake creek. The
rocks are to be placed on the boule-:
vard in lobs of not less than 100 yards,!
where directed by the board of works.. 	
Tenders  to be  at  the Municipal hall,{     Tender- will be receive
Burnaby. not later than  1 p.m. on Fri-! dersigned  up   to  Monday,
TENDERS WANTED.
th.
until.-    22nd
day, February 26th, 1909, and to quote j Inst., at 5 p.m. fur supply of clothing
price per cubic yard.     Lowest or any  to  the  City'Police  and   Firemen   for
tender not necessarily accepted. the current  year.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C. Specifications   can   be   seen  at   mj
P O. Drawer 1n, oflice.
New Westmnister, B.C.,    The lowest or any tender not nee
 ~���'���~~ 1 essarlly accepted.
parsnips,  pr-rlMAKE YOUR  APPEAL to the public j W   A   DUNCAN,
beets, per sack, $1 :  onions.,     through the columns of THE DAILY
$2.50. NEWS.    The   Morning   Paper. ] city  Hall, Feb   11, 1919.
City  Ck
00 Worth
BACK TO THE FARM.
We an- glad to see thai mon
lerest is being taken on both sid.
the Forty-ninth parallel In the question of farm training the Introduction
of scientific measures Into modern
agriculture, and the problem of keeping not only the boy, but the girl on
Hi. land.
The  glamor   which  city   life   has  'il-
ii;;; Z':j::k :;;:;;��� m oxford slippers, lace  bluchers
womanhood continues to attract  bun-  Qj r��_-vm.��      ��� *r_l        *l *r_ -.TTI   -j_ 1     m
dreds and thousands to the ewes ev. g�� BUTTON, in Black, Brown, White and  Ian.    We
ery year where for many of them the wK iij*t ��� _��� illJl* __������    rtl   m  "l i
ir worse than before, and SB control the agencies tor the best lme oi Children s
of Children's
Shoes opened
up this week.
We have unpacked the largest consignment of Children's Shoes
that ever came4_3
$jp to  hand���Children's  Shoes of  every  description.
po.-ition is fa
the mistake has been made before th.'
eye are open to the light .,f the baneful   Influence   of   the   city    without
friend,-  or   the   fai'     trends   who   are
worse ihau enemies.
One cause of this Is the education]
reclved  In  the country    chols is uutj
suited  to  the children   and there   is
no  real   attempt   to  gel   the  scholars
Interested in the objects around them,
The number of boys who go  io agricultural colleges Is -mall in this country, and practically nothing has been
done in  the  west   to Interest   girls In
agriculture,    and    horticulture, in thel
lain r of which th.. u-wi- made consld- ]
ei.ibie success in other purls of the
world.
Behind .very community is thi
tarmlng class; and the merchant can
mn afford t<> ignoie Un in The young
people must be kept on the land, and
the conditions m.isi be Improved to
retain the chlldn n in.-iv.
Miinj volumes have been written
ou how to keep the boys "ii the farm,
and the problem still n mains almost
in an unsolved condltipn. Today
emu, -, another of equal Impori and
I ri -eni-, the question of keeping the
girl mi ih.- land
For belli bo:��� ���- and girls there ar.
wj Shoes.   Ask for the "CLASSIC," and also the "IN- (�� \
INSTRUCTOR" Shoe for children, and you get thejfjj
choice of  the
celebrated
"Nature-Shaped"
Up-to-Date Shoes
$1500
They are authoritative In style, and the best made and i
i-oraely finished soft hats produced in their varioti
Shown on a number of new models   for   young,   i
dder   men   BLACKS,   GREENS,     SOFT     GRAYS,     nnd    MOOSE
SHADES.
Fresh Spring Styles
in Boys9 Suits
We ar.- ready with a most attractive    selection    oi    Bo     S   -.
Suits.
The popular double-breasted Suits come with plain kn      rues.
We have very strong lines of this Btyle Of suit.
It's policy and economy to buy our sort of good clothe
It always pays well in the end.
The fabrics in these suits are selected tor durabilltj a   *     is lot
appearance.     The tailoring is excellent with all poin
.-train   conns   doubly   strengthened.        Buttons   will   Btaj
seams  will not  rip.
Boys  me delighted  with  this style of   suit,   while
pleased with the staving qualities as with the style bi
REID & CO.
THE CLOTHIERS.
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|        WATCH REPAIRS.
* Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEj
ACCURATE TLME.	
W. C. CHAMBER LIN
The Jeweler
COLUMBIA  STREET,    NEW  WESTMINSTER
Sole ag.-nt for the Longln-s and Hamilton  Watch   Movement!
��1 PHILLIPS, THEcZR��T
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S | Remarkable Values of
%\ Men's Odd Pants
8
m
WORTH.
These irousi
panting
$3.75 and $4.00 Values for $3.00.
are  made from ; ie   fine
sted,
st  Scotch/tweed  and ��";':
Coming in brown, light and dark grey mixtures, with n��
chock and "'  patterns, also plain   navy  serge.      EJverj  maa ^
���>*" an extra pair ���f trousers and If you want a genuine bargain IJ
't  la;   13.76  and ?l.(.n  values  for	
50c Buys Odd Pants, Extra Good Value at 50c
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New We��t minster, B. C.
THE  LAROE8T   8HOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
We have jus, a dn,!,,.,. munb,���. ;u lh.s pr,ce
strong Halifax tweed, just the proper kind ton
ln claJ,( <';"'"1^ of grey, w,,. pepper and .
,'l,,','k ,ia,,'"':"     Sl_ea21 to 33!      While the
price   	
They are inadeol
,1,,.,' i-cm
chool wear; tiw
ill mis-        'rlpej'
this POP"1*
.50*
last   nl
$1.50 Sweaters for $1.00.
Th
ese are made of good, strong Canadian van, elastic toll
collar H. plain, navy only.    ti.,���. im. nv dozen onl} ^
Regular   $l.i,0,   f,;,.
ivtlh *>��
mis prl��_
PHILLIPS,
209211 COLUMBIA ST.
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER SAT
30AV,   FEBRUARY  20,   1909.
THE   DAILY   N I WS.
PAGE FIVE
TheCashSlores
T. H. Smith
Tin; tasli Stores
NewGoods
ARRIVING DAILY
-        .li,-   iees new goods opened  up in all the departments,      The
tore is aglow with the atmosphere of Spring.     Particularly so
fact evidenced in th. Ready-to-wear Department, which is now
ag vith dainty creations, representing   all    that    is   new   .and
In Women's Wear. W0  cordially   invite  you   to  conn-  and
...   new goods.      Familiarize yourself with the new styles for
190��'
Some odds and ends must go
to make room for new goods
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ICity News.
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5c to $1.25 Women's
Waists for 35c
.    .. ... and colored Lawn Waists,     The   balance  of  last   sea-
., Values up to $1.25 will be .old without  reserve at 35c.
Superb Showing of New
Dress Ginghams at 15c
.  ���    v..- of Dress Gingham ai 15c per yard; in many beautiful
effects,      Check, stripe and plain.     You want to see these
-.-ash goods to appreciate -heir Intrinsic beauty.     All at one
oamely. per yard, 15c.
First Showing of
New Ramie Linens
, 1!"-" & Camillla naval oranges are
sold  bj   all hvt -class grocers **
I     Rev.  W.  11.  I'arraclough,  13. A...  will
| preach at vve.i Burnaby schoolhouee
tomorrow evening. Special music is
being arranged for this occasion. Tho
Sacrameni   0|    u.   Lord's  Supper will
| he  admiriisten I  .,1  the  elo-e  of  the
i si rvice.
A good appearance is un invaluable
i asset,  not a luxury,  but  a necessity.
; Ring up HL'TS and l"t us renovate your
clothes.      Royal City Dyi   Work-     **
C. (1. Bennett, formerly manager of
the Fraser River Tannery, is spenu-
lng a few day, in the city cn .a eorrt-
iiiiied business and pleasure 'r'i>. having arrived yesterday from California
A-k your grocer for Rose & Camillla
lean,i ,.r u'iv'iI oranges **
J. E. Allen has re-signed from the
position of manager of the Northern
bank and will shortly go into business
with K. .1. Fader. A. K. D. Lace, late
of Winnipeg, lias been appointed sue-
; Ce.-sor to Mr. Allen.
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport"     cigars.       The     old    reliable i
brands.
A" " ���' for probate yesterday Was
8r* ��� tl in county court chambers by
"'��� Honoi Judge Howay in Matheson
vs. Parker.
Cepi ivy, who recently pur-
cha tj a parcel of land at Burn,aby, is
;'i' Ing for a water record of five
ineie for domestic purposes from the
unnamed stream connecting Deer and
H aby lakes.
Keatsel liiily, an old Indian of Lllli '   who narrowly escaped drowning
at tlie i, arkei wharf some weeks tig"
died yesterday at his residence, liis
di h being hastened V��y the Immersion in the cold waters of the Fraser
river,
'iii i adi r brought in tbout thirty
ton, nl wiiii produce for tho city i
and 15 inns uprlver yesterday from-
I Victor i The C. P. X. warehouse
[look. ! llli.. a wharf in China with
numi .ua matts (49-lb bags) of rice
b. li unloaded for th,. local Chinese
merchants.
First showing of spring clothing.:
new goods arriving daily. Acme.
Clothing Co.
Special!      Special!
WE WILL FURNISH   YOUR BEDROOM   FQR
$39.00
AND UP
Consisting of 1 ,-���g. . BnadeS) , ,)ol(.g( �� gets trlmmiagSi 2 pa,_ ,ace ���Ur.
tains. 1 iron bed, 1 spring, 1 mattress, 2 sheets, 1 pair blankets, 1 con.
forter, 1 pair pillows, 1 pair pillow-cases, 1 table, 1 chair, 1 rocker. 1
dresser and stand.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New WestminsterJB.C.
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
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Terms
Modern D-room house on Third ave-
nue. corn....' lot, in good repair; on city
car lin.-. Price $-,"00. Terms JlOn
cash, balance on monthly payment-.
int.r.-'   S   per  cent.      MOVE  QUICK.
**
��*
The    evidence    in    the    abduct.on
(barge   against    Anton    Maxymenko,
i was  commenced   yc-steniay.   and   will,
The regular meeting of New West-  .,,.. continued today.     Louis Kelly, tho I
minster Circle No. 149, Order of Ca-! half-breed, who escaped from Wright |
B,adian Home Circles, will be held at  island when serving a term in the B. |
Orange hall on Monday evening next, j q. penitentiary, .and  was   recaptured
when a number of candidates will lit-  a-   Spokane, elected  for  speedy  trial.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R, PEARSON, Mgr.	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
�����O*O*C*O^O*K����K*0*0*0*O*O 0*0*0*<-*0K��00*0*C*040*-C��<-)
following ii- an extract from New
D     Cloods Economist, February 1!
'tiding fashion maga-
1.09:
"NEW   RAMIE   LINENS.
ig thi Bpeclaltles brought oui have been suits iu novelty
.a.:.- linens, white as well as pastel tones being represented.
. ie linens have the rough and uneven weave of tussah .-ilks,
. : i rilliant lustrous Burface given I rough a special finish.
rhey have been ordered by the most representative houses
.. ughout the country and their initial showing in garment
been m ist success sftil."
-tock of tlii.s ultra fn fu mable material lo hand, in plain
irs, such as navy, paie blue, robin-egg blue, pastille, new
.' bite, etc., all at 35c per yard.
[First Showing of New Bor-1
dered Muslins at 20c Yd.
initiated.
Knock the cover oft u t ox of "B.
j C." cigars and try one. It will make
J a "bit." �����
I
|    Frank  Pearson, late of Los Angeles.
has purchased  the electrical business
formerly   conducted   n>   T.   Mowbray.
���and will take charge some time next
week,   the  headquarters   of   the   firm
being    transferred    to    Rutley's    old
premises  in  the   Bank of   Commerce
building.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davles' Greenhouse, B20S. **
and received an extra three months'
imprisonment, also losing all his good
time earned.
When ordering oranges Bee that the
Rose   &   Camillla     wrappers  are  on
them. **!
The  Schaake  Machine Works have
secured   a  contract   for  part   of    the
superstructure  of  ths  new  Columbia
river bridge,  Revelstoke, which is be-'
Ing   built   by   the   provincial   government.      Their    tender    was    for the,
wrought   and   cast  iron  necessary   in
the  completion  of  the  work  and   the I
amount  of the contract run- to about'
?1 1,000.      The date of completion has I
bei n fixed.
��� ���
Order Your
������
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,       Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia  Street.
P.   0.   Drawer   100.
Commencing tomorrow evening Rev.
i s Henderson will deliver a series
of sermons on "The   Redemption of
New Chantllly Batiste with new dlrectolre border effect
��� - colors, iii mosl  charming    effect.      Price  for this Hue,
A loiiiiimuicaiiou on theatrical matters was received at the News office
yesterday, Blgned wiih the nom de
plume   of   "Citizen."    The letter  can
published unless the name of Life." one subject being treated each
writer i- forwarded to the editor Sunday evening. Following lethellst
moi neoessarilj for publication), this prepared bj the pastor of St. An-
belng a hard and fast rule on every drew
newspaper.
Phone 97
SC-.    AGENT    FOR    THE    ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET.   SOLE   j
AGENT   FOR   THE  D.  AND   A.  CORSET.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
'The Redemption of the In-
dividual," "The Redemption of the
Home." "The Redemption of Society."
j "The Redemption of Flay Life, rhe
Redemption of Church Life, rhe Redemption of Business life," "The Redemption of Political Life," and "The
Redemption of the World.'"
For table decorations aud wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist. 184. ������
With a view to further humbling tho
��,r a ' pride of the Columbian college Rugby
to have your prescription   filled ���,�����_, ,  Z ,.    , ���
team,  F.  0.  Canftela, on  behalf of a
It's Important
To You
When you want
GROCERIES
>����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
MacKay s Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J.MacKay & Co. 1CURTIS'
accurately and honestly. W
make a special department of!
this branch of our business, and
have adopted a system of checking so that no mistakes can
creep in You may feel sure
that you have the right thing
when dispensed at our store.
We pay the highe.-t g��gea In
order to secure the best    help.
Every department of our business Is up to date. Big store,
tush stock, and we claim our
average prices are the lowest.
We RII prescriptions for people
too poor to pay FREE.
team of city Rugby players, authorizes
the Daily N'ews to issue a challenge to
Columbia college for a Rugby match
to be played any time next week.
The following are the material from
which Canfleld's team will be selected: Sawyer, Wiggins, Currie, A.
Robertson, A. Munn, Lock, Graham,
Kingston. Caldicutt, Canfleld, Peele,
Barbaree, Hoult. Dickinson, Len Turn-
hull, C. Spring and D. Morrison.
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���the "Brlllante," made by the
B. C. Cigar 'actorv ������
Rose ��� Carmlllla oranges
finest grown  in  California.
the
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Electric Railway Service j
Zip o Box 474.      Tei. r-3.
Res. 4-��
You Will Make
a big mistake if you do not come to
j our store when you want furniture for
any room in vour house, whether It be
Big
Interurban Lino.
I,:   Vancouver  and
"'"'  will  run every
1:'""1  5:60  a. in.
���Ve   ;" ll p. in.
'."ui-
ar i,
way
half
Last
'  I^Vea  Vancouver at
p.ui.
:     ���      .
the     depo;     every
n,J   minutes   for
'   ' n and
'u- lh,
>r both Sap-
I limits nv. r the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty _���"���"
utes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing al 8���-'' ���'��� "'
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes aftei
the hour, commencing ;|t "
ti. m.
o
Sunday service half-h<��lrl-v
tween S:80 a. m. and U. P- "'
."
Gasoline Engines
We Sell tha Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
or little,
ia little
No matter if you have only
I'i to -."> h. p., 2 and 4 cycle,
value on the market.   Engines kept In
stock at
Money
Best   Hams, per lb 18c
Ideal Soda Biscuits,  pep tin  ....25c
Huntley & Palmer Bi-cuits, 2 pk 25c
Big Navel Oranges, per doz 25c
No. 1  Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25
Three packages Force for  10c
Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can ..10c
Milk (Canadian brandi, two for 25c
Corn and Peas, can  10c
Tomatoes,  two per    25c
Tea* and coffees are a specialty with us; try a package of Rakawaua
C.-ylon tea at 3oc or three pound-, for $1.00. Best Mocha aud Java fresh
ground coffee, 40c per lb.; or we can give you the best value in the city fo--
2iic per lh.
ADAMS & DEAINS.
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Live Stock Insurancei
\ou can make It go farther If you come
here than  If   you  g<��   anywhere else.
Whatever you want In any line come
Best! here  first.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S   ,
New and Second-Hand Store i
I
Have you ever thought of the hundred and one chances of !"--
ing your line horses and other live stock by accident, lire or disease?
I represent a reliable Canadian company, which will Insure your
animals against death from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary inspection required and no red tape about application-.    Enquire for particular!.
If you have never lost an animal now is the time to Insure ror
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; the insurance company is better able to stand the loss than you.
If you have lost one or more animals then let me have your application now to protect you from future losses.
MORAL���Do not wait till the horse Is stolen before shutting
th<. stable door.
I
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..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   . jew Westminster
When you want tiny kind of repairing done, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on the Wheel."
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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J>AGE SIX
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
PACIFIC   Xfjir
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 a.m;
train for all points East at ;!.-0 p.m ;
train   for   Agassi,  at   a.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
��� ��� ��� pers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre J
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Clas. Moving   Pictures,   Illustrated Songs.   Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special   Matinee    for    Ladles    and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Telephone 54.
P. 0. Box 665
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt. Vn.ncouv.-ir.
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'   AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order,
Columbia   and   Nlclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
ni wi st designs, and .at the lowest possible prices. Call in and Inspect our stock;  no trouble to show  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY
VANCOl
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Column-- Coast '_lns
Service.
TIME TABLE ^^^^^
UVER victor.a settle!SMS* oi   ,���������,������  ^
p��ute- Reyulatlons,
Operative January   13.
Princesa Victoria leaves \��_-     _J.y available Donitnion8,   .
couver   l0 p. ���... going  direct to Se- j lu tho ralu , British c!^
,:-..  v ily except Monday. ; Ua, may be b     , . b_ M   *���
ss   Princess Royal leaves Vancou-  wuo is the bo1(  head of a fajJ
���, a. m. for Victoria daily, ex-  any male ovei ..- years ol
ci      ,Vedm day. extent of om ������,,',    Bectlo.'
g. princei    C   irlotle leaves Van-  acres, mor. o;
lt i j,. in. daily for Victoria, Entry must be mad
COUV.'l
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stminster-VIcTOkia   ROUf E |the local laud oil
.-   .  .i���  f,,,.   which the land I . its   r.��,
S.S.  Trad, r  will leave  Victoria for: �����"�����*.   hai:,
Ne-.s  Westm-natetr every Tui -da,.
Leaves New  Westminster on  Wed
nesday
proxy may, how , !IU(ieo
tain conditions b .ther, _J
son, daughter, brother _r
 ���        ! Intending houieste.ader.
WEST coast  route. |    The homesteadei is required
SS- Tees jform the conditions connecta
Leaves Victoria  11   p.m.   'B*.   10th witji    under   one     f the  *,
and 20th of each month for Clayouuot, i plans:
Wl
Mosquito Harbor aud way pons; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each mouth for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports
(1) At leai _s' resin
upon and cultivation of the land i
each  year for three ... ars,
(2) If t'ae fail).!' (or mother i<s|
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE,    father is deceased),   of  the hue
S. S.Joan ; steader resides upon a farm li |
Leaves  Vancouver   1;_0   p-m- dally,
xcept  Sunday.    Leaves   Nanaimo  at
17 a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
HARDMAIN & CO.
___-_-_----- Sole Agents ���
��� Tr*ust~Block,;Front St., INew Westminster ���
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��� A.   HARDMAN. A. JAMES. J. McCLUGAN. J
��� �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
RUTH WHITE.
The winsome  girlie who  masqueraaes as     Willie   Van      Asrtorbilt.     in
Burgomaster."
���The
Bank of Montreal
vicinity of the land entered te
requirements as to residence ml
satisfied by such person realdim]
the father or mother.
(3)    If the settler has his perl
12th and 26th. |ent residence 11 -glanlj
NORTHERN B. c. ROUTE. led by him iu the vicinity of hhi
S S.  Beatrice  leaves  Vancouver  Jan.5,1 stead,  the  requirements   -15 ���-.
19th; Feb. 2nd. | deuce may be    ...
S.S.  Princess  May  leaves Vancouver upon the said land
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th. Six months' ootlce in wrltli
ibe given to the O
inion Lands at Ottawa of in'.eia
apply for patent.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_____r^^^
Wednesday nnd Friday   ll  8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tue-lay. Thursday;!
and Saturday at 7 a.m. :at an  ann,IHl r<"
Not    more    than .
CP  KiVKR.
Heaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
COAL.���Coal mini       gbti
leased for a peril. 1 i twenty-en
leased to one Ind
A royalty at the rat.    ' Btsch
ton shall be colle te | 011 tie
ESTABLISHED ls-7.
For   reservations   and   minrin.no-
CAP1TAL        $14,400,000.00 all or address
reserve      11.000,000.00 bd. oonLjT. | ph;intable _oal mlne4
Branches  throughout  Canada and Newfoundland,  and  in  London,   Fn-- Agent. New   *���g���-?R
land. New York. Chicago and Spokane, r. S. A., and Mexico City    A genera'
banking business   transacted.
/.���st. Gen. Pass. AEent. Vancouver.
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Letters of Credit issued, available with   correspondents   In   al]   parts   of       General Suner'_t*ndent.  Victoria,
the world.
Decuty of the Mini
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Total   Assets  over $1GS.O00.000.00. _...._
THE        DAILY NEWS
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   D.   BRYMNER,   Manager.) Westminster's   Home   Paper.
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is the PRAIRIE BEEF Sold By
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It is Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
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Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. -,TURDAY
CEBRUARY   20,
1909.
THE DAlLf M.WS
PAGE  SEVEN
The Daily News
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bargains offered for
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
Statement  of the
'Hi     -
THE   NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
Result   of the Business  of  the   Bank  For  the  Year
31st    Ducemb.r,    1908.
Ended
1   ��� in of Profit and Los- Account on the-3_si De-
1 ;   was 	
���NV| pn .   year ending :;ist December,    1908,
i l.alan.     i,' Crown Hank of Canada lJroiil
and Lo     Account, after deducting   expenses   of
payment of taxes, and making nec-
irovislon   fur  interest due    in depositors,
1 and doubtful debts $130,324  l
$ .2,841 71
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CHURCH
SERVICES
S
Pren,
���   i on  -tock payments.
���j. .i',1  7!
"132,:.-
APpi   '  .,���. d as follows:���
Divid. !. | Mo  :;. _ ���-���_��� ,,  <���, paid 2nd. July.   190S.   .
Divl li a    N'o, l. _ 1-2 p.c, payable 2nd. .lan .   1909
Balanci   carried forward ,;u credit of Profit   and   Loss
Account  	
31,339 35
-54.959 40
��215,42.  63
$ sr,,iv..-, 75
J129.128 ss
Capital Scocli
Jtesi   	
Profit and I...
GENERAL  STATEMENT.
31st  December,   1908.
LIABILITIES
tliaidup)    ,. .|2,201,5B8 95
 $ 50,001' en
Account   129,128 ^s
Cm   dim d Dividends	
Half-.il irlj dividend payable 2nd, January,
$179,128 88
20:; ie
.. 54.959 -io
(Changes for this column must he
li fl at, or telejihoned to, thi.; office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission Of
any church notice from tins column
Indicates thai no copj ha.; been uned
! In by the pastor or other r<       asib
I Party.)
Sund.y, February 21.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Key. w. ll. Barraclough, B.A., pastor,
Regular services at ll a.in. and 7 p.m.
-Sunday school and Bible classe. at
-:-;" p-m. The pastor will preach in
the morning aud Rev, Dr Slppreil iu
th,- evening,
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev, M. L.
Rugg, L.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p. ni. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting ou
Wedne da*. at ���-. o'clock. Th. ; .,..���,
will speak on the "Mlsslonarj Responsibility of the Church." Morning.
("The Coming of His Kingdom;" .������������
ing.  "Th.- Solidarity oi Societj "
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KNOX PRESBYfERIAN  CHURCH,
Sapperton    Rev.  E, (j. Thompson, M.
14,291 :is i A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
.,.'.|:::,,S60 33
No ���    , t the Bank in Circul i   on  	
Depos it-  noi  1.,'tuiug Interest   	
Deposits bearing Interest  	
Balances due to other Banks in Canada	
Hal inces due to other Hanks and Agent.-    elsewhere than Canada and United   Kingdom
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M..'V-       "- I
2,506,761  59
6,513,258 32
2.220 77
1,712 19
$10,712,759 ^7
$13,148,620 20
ASSETS
Gold and Silver Coin Curreni
Gov irnment  Demand  Notes   .
.$   179,742  16
.  1,233,307 75
1.413,049 '.'I
76.000 00
399,603 70
34.001 81
Deposit with Dominion Government required by-
Act of Parliament for security ofgeneral
Dank note Circulation   	
Due by Agent- and other Banks in Canada  ..
Due by Ag.nt.- and other Banks in Great Britain
Dn.- by Agent.- and other Bank.- elsewhere   than
In Canada and the United Kingdom      219,974 47
liominion and Provincial Government Securities . 165.000 Ot)
Canadian Municipal & Foreign Public Securities . 234,198 73
Railway and other Bonds  Debentures and Stocks.    S42,r>94 14
Notes of and Cheque- on other Banks      fi-16,443 10
 2,917,818 96
Call and Short Date Loans in Canada        140,713 07
Current  Loans and Discounts and other assets     s,2f>4,305 39
Bank Premises and Office Furniture Winnipeg and Branches .
Real Estate other than Bank Premises	
Overdue Debt- veured and unsecured (estimated lo.-- provided for	
The Northern Crown Batik
Winnipeg, :'.lst December, 190*a.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers &. Preston
Office,  Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Said.ath
school and Bible class 2: 3d p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. V. P. S. C. E. Tuesday at
7:30 p.m
SALVATION ARMY���Captain C. H.
Qualfe, C, O. Servic-.-s will be
conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a.m., Sunday school; ll a.m. Holiness; :: and
7::;.. ii.m.. salvation meeting. In the
evening Capt. ami Mrs Quaife
give a fir,well address. All are invited. Evening subject. 'The Moment
After."
HOLY TRINITY���R.-v. A. Shildriek,
rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins 11 a.m.; evensong at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
��__L���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. -Holy Communion first Sunday In the month at-
ter morning service. Prayer meetin.i;
on Thursday at 7:30 i~m.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor. M.A., Ph.
D., ministers 'Services tt' 11 a. m. and
'  p. in.    Sunday school -t 2:30 pm.
COLLINGWOOD     METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewarl Jones,
(liastor.)
BURNABY MISSION-Pastor, H.
W. W. Bromwlch, East Burnaby. Services as follows: East Burnaby. Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m ; young people's ser-
���Ice at 7:30 p.m.: Thursday, prayer
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:20 p.m.
Morning, Rev. Dr. McLaren, of Toronto, will preach; evening. "The Re-
i'., iv.;.tion of the Individual;" being the
Portland's Cigar Sandwiches. [first of a series of sermons on "The
in Portland City th.-y have actually j Redemption of Life."
353,678 03
15.130 00
43,623 95
$13;148,620 20
R. CAMPBELL.
General Manager.
SHAH'S BROTHER IS
HELD AS CAPTIVE
Teheran. Feb. 1?.���Additional n.-ws
that tend.- to confirm the report thai
Saltaneh, the Shah's brother, has been
! kidnapped and is being held for ransom, reached this city today.
Saltaneh  is supposed    to  be  sonie-
i where In the vicinity of Re-sht, where
i he arrived from Europe last Tuesday.
j The  revolutionists  are  thought to be
holding him  prisoner.
���T  H   E
the
Of
HOME PAPE
Paper   That   Prints   All
the     Home     News
The     Daily     News
10o   a    Week.
invented the cigar sandwich. A man
who want.- to buy a perfecto on Sunday just walks into a cigar store and
orders a perfecto sandwich. He gets
two thick slices of bread with his j
favorite between them, Then h'e magnanimously  give.  bai-K   the  broad.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   per day  up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up.
r-3om  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
und 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:20 p.tn; Epworth
League Monday at S p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
II. M Tnompson, pastor. Service.-) at
ll a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
evening. Prayer meeting w in laj
evening,
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Class meeting at 10
a.m. Preaching at ll a.m.; Sund.i'
school. 2:30 p.m.; evening service, 7
ji.m.  Mrs. Ada Forman. evangelist
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, strain heal, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
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Seizure of Opium in Paris.
Paris, Feb. IS���The Trulon |K<lice
having learned that the doorkeeper of
a cafe, was supplying custom, rs with
opium, the man was qui tloned atfl
confessed that a shopkeeper furnished
him with the drug. l*e Shopkeeper's
premises wer, raided, and numerous
oots of opium were l< lied. The names
of several naval officers, a dozen women of the "half world." at:.' si-wral
young men who regularly smoko
opium have been taken.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
febRUarv a
BEHOLD
Such a reduction in prices
for first-class groceries was
never before given to the citizens of New Westminster.
The prices given below are
exceptional ones, and the ���
gdtflS-for quality '--are unsurpassed. Give us a trial.
These prices are strictly cash
prices.
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X   Columbia Street
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The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
ing,  and Bandsawing.
We make a specialty ot   fir   doors,
steamed and Liln dried.
��,Ve have .Utll received ailolhcr carload of Raymond Hour. This flour is ^
(ijual to any other flour ou the m ;; 5C3C _T 3 I _T ^
todaj and we guarantee it. at $1.65 per
Bach and $6.26 per barrel. Straight
grade Hungarian flour $1.25 u sack.
This flour is in great demand for
bread or pastry,
The best  B. C,    granulated    _ugar
$5.75.
Twenty pound sacks B, C.    sugar,
$1.15 per sack.
Tea In three pouud pure Ceylon native wood   boxes  for $1.00.
Empire Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria Cross tea 40c per lb.
Coffee of the very finest Mocha and
Java ground or tuiground, 25c per lb.
Two  quat'1   buttle  Of the  very   Hn.   '���
pickles only 25c per bottle.
Thre,..  bottles of  pickles  for ."Oc.
Malta Cero 5c a  package, or elghi
packages for 25c.
Five tins salmon for 25c.
Sardines   10c   per   tin.
Finnan  lladdie 10c per lb.
Corn per tin 10c.
Pi as  pi r tin 10c.
Three   tins  of  pork  and   beans   for
25e,
Two in. tin marmalade 25c per tin.
[Sight bars of   the    finest    laundry
soap for 25c,
Bight  bars of  toilet  SOap for  2."e.
Three packages of poultry food  for
25c.
Thre.. packages of laundry    starch
fdr 25c,
Three packages of corn starch    fi r
25c.
Two large tins of St. Charles evapor-
abed cream 25c
Two 1!
for 25c.
D.D. MANN, RETURNED EAST,
REMEMBERS WESTMINSTER
Identifies  This City  With  Route  of C
N. R. to Coast���Makes No Mention
of   Vancouver's   Claims
I
Toronto, Feb. 19.���D. D. Mann. Fist
Vice-President of the Canadian Northern Railway, has returned to the city
from British Columbia, where he was
n  conference with the   Premier  and
other members of the Provincial Cabinet, as well as with  representatives
of  various municipalities aud  boards
of trade, relative to the extension of
the company's railway system in the
Province.     According    to   Mr.   Maun,
the Canadian Northern will at a verj
early dati- begin work for tho extension of its .system to ihe Pacific coast,   '*
which ls, after all, but the necessary
completion of a  section of the  third
great   transcontinental   road, one    of
j which Is completed and t_.e two others
being rushed towards, completion. Thi
Canadian Northern/chain of railways
[Miner purchased,   under   construction
or constructed, enters every  province
at   present  "except   Prince  Edward   Is
land   and   British   Columbia.     In   the
former  the Governmenl  will   probablj
be   the   only   railway   owners,   I ut   i_
Brltlsh   Columbia   there   is   room   for
much  railway  wink, and, according to
I Mr.   Mann,  the    Canadian    Northern
Doors,   Windows,  Turn-1 l"'��P��se '"'��� begin construction work a-
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W. E. Walsh       W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory*.   End of Third Avenue.
Dhone 413. New  Westminster.
Fair Piano Players
who are really fair in their judgment-
and   criticisms   bestow    the   highest
praise upon our pianos on account of
of very nice lemon biscuits  their excellent tone and  touch.    We
I are showing some -splendid new instru-
Three lbs. mollasses -naps for 25<'.
linking  powder.  White Star, 20c.
Blue   Ribbon   and   Maple  Leaf.   20i
per  lin.
in. nt.- by the best makers. At the
I prices we ask these are veritable bargains, lf you will do us the favor io
1 call you will find that you have really
favored yourself. We make a specially of  repairing and  tuning.
SEWING  MACHINES AND TALKING
MACHINES.
iion  as  the   Province  has Anally   dele'.de 1 on its policy In the matter. The
Session   of   the   Legislature   ror   this
year will  noi   close  until  that   policj
has been outlined,
Mr, Maun slated tha: the road In
British Columbia would be surveyed
from the Yellow-head Pass along the
North Thompson and Fraser river
valley to Mew Westminster, which
would mean that the line would pass
through the known fertile and mineral
areas of those rich valleys and districts to tile sen. What other polnl
on the coast line beside. New Wi sl
minster they might timch was noi yei
decided.
He said the company already had
about 3,000 miles of road in operation
with about 2,000 miles financed and
partly under construction. With the
completion of the eastern section of
the railway to join the British Columbia -ection at the Yellowhead Pass it
will be possible to ship Canadian
grain from the Pacific coast to where-
ever the markets are to be found.
Mr, Mann, who has just completed
a rather extensive tour of the- west,
expressed idea-tire with all the siims
of increasing activity and prosperity
he had 3een.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES j. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
A      NEW AND SPLENDID
ASSORTMENT OP
Linens for
Embroidery
Centres and doilies in all
sizes, In both while and
brown  linens.
Cushion tops in all the new
embroidery designs,
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beit quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
THROW  OUT   REQUEST
FROM   NORTH   ARM
Victoria,
ib,   19.   The   municipal
committee yesterday refused the request Of Councillor Stewart and eX-
Reeve Foreman of South Vancouver
on behalf of the property-owners on
the north arm of the Fraser river to
have their block-, or forty acres as-l
sessed a - agricultural lands Insti ad
of as residential property, nor would
the committee entertain a further re-
ipie.-i for an amendment to the Muni-'
ci]>n 1 act which would prevent prop-;
erty-owners In Point Grey from subdividing their lots as Ihey pleased.
The councillor's Idea seemed to be to
hav.. the dl rlslon -is uniform ai possible, hi < (feci not to hav- tin inferior
house on a small lot adjoin a future
handsome residence on a large om
Lllloet   Indian   Dead.
Axel .lames, an Indian, aboul 30
...ns of age, was drowned early this
wi -I, while- attempting to navigate H
rowboal up the PHI river. The body
is still missing, but the finding of the
boat, Moating bottom up, leaves no
room tor doubt that the Indian lost
his   life.
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We have the Corticelli silks lo
in Roman .md Filo, also aj(,
full range of peri lustre.j][
lUBtered cotton, coronation10
cords and  the n. w braids sol$
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Wc can now offer you buys in New Westminster,  ���
Vancouver, Chilliwack ant! suburban acreage that f
are sure and quids money-makers. ���
THINGS  ARE  HAPPENING,   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE    j
QUICKLY. ���
275 Columbia Street
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New Westminster, B. C, ���
New Good
Arriving
Every Day
Every department is being filled with new goods. It
is impossible for us to mention here all about our new
lines, but we extend an invitation to all to visit the
store and look around.
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ring Stock of
English Prints
Now Complete
350 pieci s of the best   English
Print-, are now read, for the
Spring buying. We have nevei
shown as large oi varied a
range of these Prints as la to
tie seen now in our Wa -h < loods
sect Ion. Spot- an I sti i;av are
the patterns most In demand at
present. These we show in all
sizes,     from     small     pin   dots
to the lai.. coin spots, all.I
stripes ill both plain and broki a
lines, We will Lake pleasure in
-bowing you the goods in tlv
piece. You will appreciate the
ehance offered.
The New White
Long Cloths and
Cottons are Here
Snowy White Cottons, jn larger
variety than ever before found
in our Sample Department.
Unique Long Cloths. Queen's
Cloth and Cambrics in the linen
and ready-washed finish. All
weights now In stock. We have
made a ear.fill study of the
needs of the White Cotton section, and you will liiu.l us prepared for ,-very demand this
-.-ason with better value- ihau
offered for some time,
New Spring Models
in Corsets
Several new styles showing
which are proving immenselj
popular. Crompton's "A La
Grace" Models are designed to
suit all requirements of up-to-
date dressers. Women of medium Or stout figures will find
in these corsets styles which
me easy fitting and comfort
abb-. For Btoul women we
recommend the "Decedo Cor
-ets and '.'Grand Duchesse,'
Special instruction- in laeiiv
With   .very    pair   -old.      Inquire
at  the  Corset Section  for new
styles.
Fancy Serges and
Cashmeres,
50c per Yard
Navy Serge, in fancy stripe,
heavy weight, nnd French Gash-
meres in shades of Navy. Green,
Brown, Cardinal am
Per yard
An Excellent Range
of Black Dress
Goods
N. w arrivals to hand these ,
few   days   make   our   st... ,
Block     Dress     Goods    ,, .
complete.    We ment on here a
few   of   this   Spring'
wearei .   A k to see ihem
you  will  learn   to  know   tli.
a. -��� better.
BLACK   POPLIN
in ihe bi Ight lustrous fin
duini In weight and Is
wide,   per  yard  	
$1.50
< 'ream
....50c
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BLACK   MELROSE
a    cloth    with   a   small   ���!      i
-iiuilar In Weight  to PO]   :
i-ii ',i Ighl and color
!������     yard     *1-3*"
FINE BLACK VOILLES
Per yard   75c, $1.00. $1.25
FINE  BLACK  SERGES
a      exceptionally      tin.
twill, in tne finish which Is pop.
ular in the new Spring
Per yard $1.00 an I $1-25
CACHE   STRIPE
a line suiting material ��
assured of quick sab.
only;.    Per yard     S1--^
Admiralty Serge
54   inches   in   width.     A
which needa no recommendatlo
by us. being so well known o��
Ing  to   iis   greai   service,
Per yard    1'6C
Many New Suiting
Materials Now
Being Shown
Ottoman Cords, Duchesse Satm
Cloths, Panamas, Striped Navy
Cheviot, Venetians, Broadeloths.
etc      Ask   lo  see   ihem
Poplinettes,
All Colors,
65c Per Yard
\   cloth   wiih  good,  haul n
medium weight. In Hue
most   serviceable   material
Children's Dresses and I-"1"''
Shirt Waisi Suits. iiieb-.
Green, Cardl"
Navy,  Brown,
Width in inches.     Per y
65c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   FOR  WOMEN'S WEAR
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