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INSURANCE
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NEW WESTMINSX_R, B. C.
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new Westminster, it. c, Thursday mop_sino, fkbruary u, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
fflttL BILLS PASS
PROVINCIAL SiOUSE
Lminster Delegation Re-
Lves j'romise of Delay on
Eoquitlam Dam Project.
Icioi-Ui I"11- "'��� Owing "J several
roughi in affording scope
yelj md prolonged discussions,
,,,., until ���'���' 15 11-ui. today.
L \.;,   ation act ajaeadmeftt waa
.,   .,.,...., ,|.     Several     oilier      bills
advan. ��� d a stage,
,, 1 );iu .   .md   Live .Sioek Asaocl-.-
act w��   ��� ���' ���''''
aci   i"   regulate     ill,-    sales    of
Inn.  v.   Introduce-    by   message
read a :    ; Umn
Flathead Valley   Railway    bill
icd.
j,   \  ,       db act passed,
I,   . c Ion    ol     Metalllti roua
I ill.   hill  to Bectire ibe
0I      ,!.   workei s  wages  were
..(-onii reading, -he
' I to  1 I  ,111 I 23 io  13
live.:
Coquitlam  Dam  Proposition.
;,    deputation    trom
waited    upon the
goi v umein  wil ii rel
oposai of the Vancou-
w   to erect a 75-foot
lake io; power pro-
I li.-   a: .'linen:     fi I
rection of the struc-
.   presi nted   i.>   .\ii
representativi   ol
....   and by the di pu-
lll.il   Of   N'.'W    West-
ill lulgi I iii by boiu
Action   Postponed.
v   the Bituailon,   the
l an a.-1 1 1 nnient ol
1 ng to pei mil  I Ime
an ,n le iendi nl ex :
are ti    -amine
m ��� appoiati ,i by the
P.   ���     company,    another
v ��  We.tmlnster and
rovlnclal    goyern-
�� at  vigorously   op- j
��� ;   company's repre-'
IHIO PLAN. WALK FKSM
SEATTLE TU MEW 10RH
TRADES COUNCIL
AND LEGISLATION
Woman  and  Two   Men  to Start   From
Pioneer   Place   for  Tramp   That
Will Carry Them 3_00 Miles.
Seattle. I', b. hi. a ���*amp ,,, ;;Vio
mile., without funds, bul obtaining
monej as thej 80 along, la n���. .,.|i.
appointed 1 ��� ,. oi a woman and two
men, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 11 ild,-
brnndt, ol this city, mid .\ir, mid.-
brandt'fl brother, Frederick Lair..,., ol
Olympin. 'in,-j intend i,, wal��� to
New V/ork cit, from Seattle ly waj
of ilie Bouthwest. They will leave
i"11" the totem pole at Ploneei Place
promptly al noon Friday. .\ score of
their friends and, it i., expected, o
large numb, r ol    curiously    inclined
Cil Zi lis.   will   .-. i-   lie'in off,
"We are making the tii], to get
righi in first hand < xperieuce in the
simple life and in i i in , I thi coun
said Mrs. Hildebrandi "We
expect a whole lot of hard knocks
an,1 some rough times, but J um noi
afraid of them
"V�� ��� ��� ��� lannlng to take oui lime
"ii the journi . and i in make no gue< -
a- to the I''"* "f -"11 arrival In New
Yoi i, We uiii have to 8top from time
to iiiii" and woi k at anything we can
gel in order 10 provide funds to carry
11-   1'iirlii, ���
Mrs. Hildebrandi | ,, oung woman
She and hei husband cam,.' originally
: om Brooklyn, NY. They have lived
in this .iv   for -.-��� veral months
Local Labor Executive Suggests Legislation Wanted
and Names Delegate.
Ai ;i meeting of the executlvi West,
minster tradi ��� Hnd labor council held
in-1 evening li was decided to appoint
ibe presideni Charles Feen. y. as a
delegate from the Westminster council
to the meeting with the provincial
executive nexi week al Victoria con-
cerning a number of matters dealing
with labor which the council wishes
io see enacted Into law. In addition
to All. Feeney, the secretary, It. A.
Stoney, goes as .1 mi mber of the executive of the trades and labor congress
of Canada
Aiimiie the resolutions endorsed was
one    supporting    .1.   ll.   Hawtbornth-
SAiOONIST PLAYS
IHE LIQUOR TRADE
Charges Knockout Drops Are
Common in Saloons and
Dives of Aberdeen.
ARTHUK BURN MAT ENTER
MAHATHON AT SEATTLE
Clever    Little    Runner    From    Calgary
Anxious   to   Meet   Chandler,   of
Vancouver, in  Long  Race.
EUTURE WARS DECIDED
BY BEST AIRSHIPS
Hudson Maxim Says God
Will Fight on Side Having
Best Flying Machines.
Aberdeen, Feb. IU.���Much criticism
ha- ii.en jfiven to the statements madej*
by John Ruble, a former saloonkeeper, who recently sold out his
saloon M a goou pric,., after which be
mad, some very caustic remarks on
the Iniquities practiced by the modern
saloon, lie also charged the large
"floater fleet" of a couple of years
ago to "knock-out" drops, adminlstei
ed by bartenders and their women
companions.
There has    been   some talk   of   a
threatened suit against Mr. Kahle for
1 Calgary, i-'e... 10.���Arthur Burn, the
clever llttlo distance runner of this
will, in all probability be entered
In ib.. Marathon race al Seattle on
Washington's birthday. Wallace McDougall, one  of  the  men    promoting
says thai  he can   promise nlghi
ii  the Calgary athlete, whoi1"
li) even  up all scores with '
( handler,    the    Vancouver
the race
the .ini'.
ls anxloi
Will     ll.
flfteen-iiiile
Isi d to Pill
As  (ii.,ml
'r  lias prom-
New York, Feb. in. Hudson M.ix   ...
Inventor, scientist and relative of
Hiram Maxim, who lias Just perfected
a d.-viee for making a noiseless gun,
pictured the war or the future last
bei.,;,   gey, ral hundred    mem-
Of     the     Automobile     ClUb      Oi
America.    He said:
"N:ip..le ni', dictum  that (iod Bghts
"ii the sid ��� of the strongest artillery
will no longer hold true, in the verj
1 the race, Burn could not next   war  between  civilized countries
uiv a  In it.r chancu
gel  a crack
Borneo! the statements mad-,    in an al "''   Vancouver boy,
Interview today Mr. Kahle said:
lu answer  to all  tne criticisms and   SHRUBB WILL  RACE
waite't. women's suffrage bill, and sup- censure that has been heaped upon me
porting     the     household     franchiseU��r my little discussion of the saloonl
: iiilm, in, and the requesl for night conditions I only   wain    to say   that
school '"<lst  good medicine In    bitter,      The
Other legislation  which  the deputa- saloon has broughl Its ill into disfavor,
tion will endorse is a bill making   it The public sentiment ;   against It.   li
compulsory on employers of labor   to -innst  purge  Itself,
paj wage., ai ba-: iwic- a month, for     "" this pi.I was noi ijuiie so bitter
the appointment of an    inspector    of there would noi be .-ach a howl a out
factories, the conduct of governmentUt."
work by day labor, and for   the    re-      Talk of  prosecution    against    Mr.
establishment ol   the Issue   of hand- Kahle Is not taken seriously,
loggi : s'  licenses.    Oth.: s of a more
LONGBOAT FIFTEEN MILES
INLAND FARMERS
FORM COMBINATION
academical nature endorsed were the
request for old age pensions, and ihe
Initiation of direct legislation from the
refi i > 11.111111.
The meeting will probably take
pin,, on Monday, though th,- hour is
inn   ret -"!
n
Agriculturists   Raising   20,-j
000,000 Bushels of Grain
Annual!v to Hire Salesmen
KIMi EDWARD PLEASES
RERUN TRADESPEOPIE
Relief in  Suicide.
Ton,mo.  !-'��� b    10      Arthur  Folk is,  a
young married  man out of work since
a
February. 1909, committed  suicide by
shooting himself In    the   street    last
night.
New   York,  Feb.  10.    The managers
of Tom  Long! oat, the Indian  i-unnei.
anii,���nne,,l   today   thai     the)   had   de-
cbi. i to in cept   the .a'"'   ,,
puis.  P.   a lil een mil ��� rai e in Buffah
Feb  25, with Alfred Slim ib.
Shock Recorded at Naples.
ill" wo,!,! will s,-e that God fights on
the side that has the strongest flying
machines and 'he most of them.
"Although flying machines will no-.
be abl. to carrj any artillery, yet an
army ol  raiders with the raider's out-
! In will be able   to   reconnoitre
alight   on defenceless places,  destroj
I bridges,  rip up  railroads,    cut    coi
munication .   burn   -owns,    blow    up
$75001 magazines,  stores and powder
Naples, Feb, 10.���The Instruments
in iii.. observatory at Valle Dl Pompeii registered a very strong earth-
quake shock yesterday at
mated distance of 1100 mil
an
ti
ll! future wars these visitations mi j
come any night to any inland tow.,
an 1 no home would De safe."
The speaker decried the failure ...
congress to appropriate $500,000 fo
aerial nautical experiment work ,. .
said the thing most m eded i- a bi ��ad-
. i' pu die knowli dge of aeronautics.
< specla a pplied to national defences.
BRANDY CHOCOLATES ARE
DISPENSED IN NANAIMO
MANY HOMESTEADS
OPEN IN MANITOBA
WORLD   EMPLOYEES RELIEVED
FROM GIVING TESTIMONY
Homesteads Available Num-
Water Act  Important.
di      i ied as "An aci
v    ol  the v. wh in
a I water powei. and
f , onsolidate the laws of
��� ���        ting io ihe dive,' Ion,
of water," was In
T ��� House yesterdaj  by
oner of  lan 1;.    It
ait. nip-    to deal
.' liter question, and In
,,.(���:-   differs   Ci en
���
"f Hi-    .ii- in  features of   the
fill its to a  revolution
: records,    A water
: '.in 1 will no longer
I'1 Icense to take   and
tib tiiiii.'d then tor,
?"���'' "i this is  to ensure  that
!  control more  water
'"���  use. Municipal.-
3;    iiii'i.in,.. serving municipal!
,t ���   placed in a some-
I vry.
Admini tratlve  Changes.
mail, a greai adminh
l-'oi   wilier purposes
I7'1''"" be divided Into .lis
' i.i. i wat,..    commls-
���vhole  province,    and
pater cotnml    loners  l'or    each
':i' ���    commissioners    m-c
"' '" have the direction, eon-
panagei   m   mcl distribution ol
;:i' ;     liai purpose have con-
'"       .ranted    to    tl i,
:::i  il provided to    the
'   "-kovi inor-ln-council    or    to
*'a v' commissioner, as the
P>Jy bu.
Board 0|  inve$tigatiorl
I0*01 -;- reature of the enact-
Inn- in of a tribunal
;t boaril ol investigation, con-
' chief water   commls-
m ��uch other persons as. the
',""   "   Tor may from time to
''l',!|1'- There is no appeal from
r >��� save iv act|ng wlll, eXc__s
1'J1 Jurisdiction.    The duties Of
J*''1 w"l inolude the determining
I'1'"    "l! Benerally the settling
FU8 wh'ch arise between bene-
���.WHer the act,
011    ma'le tor cases In which
Hi,',""'1   :���' ���'   '""'ii held In    the
j., '. utilized. It. is recog-
lj'lr-1 record-holders are en-
Portland, J. ��� i" Ten thousand
I , met s, v.nirolling a mam output lu
the inland eiiipii e esl Imated to exceed
_tj 000, a ie       ol    grain  yearly,
fOI .in d a haul ale! . I I eiililliat loll
;. est, 1'ila.v    nn ougb     111       \  ��� u    ve   -c ���
alon ,.i the i'..! in-1- Educational and
Co-Operai Ive union at S] okan.. \\ n.,
when ii �� I- iiuanimous.1- decided that
the executlvi board be empowi red to
employ one oi more central selling
agents 10 repri s.-ni tbe union , u the
coast or a: othei  necessar) points,
Tin's means thai the entire output ol
their grain is to be sold direct, doing
away   \\i:ti    middle   men.
it i- stated bj the officers thai while
no attempt will be made to flx an arbitrary price, the selling agents will
hold    om    roi     ile-     highest     market
price
Although ie. action was taken, M
was proposed that the farmers go even
further In ibis move and prepare to
bun ii.. their own exporting and to
manufacture thi Ir own Hour Tbe eon
sensus oi opinion was thai the project,
thai of exporting, was rather Impracticable, although the latter proposition  imi  With  general  favor.
No action was taken relative to the
naming nf a seaport for the site ol
the union  terminal  warehouse.
Democracy of English  Monarch  Sur
prices Woithy Tradesmen���Even
Socialists Are Pleased,
Young Clerk   Admits Candies  Are  Not
What They  Seem to Wrong Parties��� Mayor   Informed.
Bei Iln, I', ... 10.- King Edward sei |
as de ail precedent today by attending I who
ii , ei epfion in i lie citj ball as Ungues: of ib. municipality. The king
hobnobbed with tradesmen In a democratic manner, such as wus nevei seen
bi fore on ibe part ol a monarch In
this city.
He discuss, d local affairs with the
aldermen and Beeined greatly interested in all the plans and conditions of
the local government,
|.iauleiii Kisi hner, the burgomaster's daughter, offered the king a
daughi of old wine, which he accepted
from her hand with as much apprecla-
lion ani courtesy as ho could have
,hown ib" daughter of the emperor.
Nanaimo, I ...   10. -S.vi ral  citizen!
ir,.- active n orkei - in I he causi
of temperance, have lodged a complaint with the mayoi- that "brandy"
chocolates were being manufactured
or sold in this city, li is stated the
parties who lodged the complaint called in on. of the candy stores of the
city and asked for liquid candy. The
clerk did not understand what was
askcl for, whereupon the customer
asked, "Have you any candy with wine
in'.'" "\'<>." replied the .-.oung clerk,
"We generally put brand In."
The candies wore purchased, taken
home, and  in  the presence of a    wit-
Ni v, York, F.-b. lu.���Th. s, ,
loyei , lhe New York w ���
v. io a week ago were notified to a ���
pear today to give their testimony ii
tb - government proceedings acains:
the Press Publishing company in con-
, .        nectlon   with alleged    libelous    state-
Der   18,118-More    Being |menta   regarding to the Panama i
Surveyed Will Open Soon.! 'cha8e' ,v"" -nft>rmed l0dav    :'
'their  attendance   was   not    required,
1 The grand jury did  not assemble to-
I   day.   It w;i- learned today that Doug,
las Robinson has given his testimou;.
n  this cas,. before the federal grand
iln
I
Winnipi g, Feb. 10.- William
Kennedy, homestead expert of
Dominion  immigration  department   atjjUrj,
Winnipeg, has prepared a new map of 	
the province, showing    the   available HOSPITAL  for CHILDREN
homesteads In Manitoba,   The map isl OPENED  IN  WINNIPEG
divided Into three secUons, Winnipeg,!
Dauphin and Brandon, li shows that Winnipeg, !���'��� i, 10.���This afternoon
in the Winnipeg district, there are '" three o'clock there was formally
!".i.".T. in Dauphin 7056, and In the ��Pened J��- Winnipeg an institution that
Brandon district 605 homesteads wait- has "llli-'t"l -::" sympathy of a!!���thing for entry, making a total ot 18,118 h08',lta] for ''lli,ll!'' " of l"")|'1'' u'"' ar<
homesteads in Manitoba, The,,, are "'" ab,e :" i1'1- for Brs< class medical
the figures ai Jan. I. bul Mr. Kennedy attendance. Mayor Evans officiate!
states that ib-.,. are many more open at ,i!" '"'    '0D>  in '*"' Presence ol i
I1U till ier
ol
which have just been surveyed, while
more are now being survey, d. A large  ho8Pita' Is   located
|il',.llllll''lll
on
people,    Tl
Beaconsfiel
number of
nes-    sampled,    "Brandy"    was    iln
i ,.
verdict rendered and his worship was tor entry
By his good feeling and expression  made aware of the find, who thereupon
- democratic fooling, the    king    has  Instructed the  chief to make an    In-
he Berlin  public and .veil    the  vestigatlon and And out  the buainesi
others will be
eb. ���.'���'..
��� brown open
Harbor   Is  Wanted.
won   ih.-
Bocialisti -li""' him favor and take
greai del iln in comparing hla attitude
with that of th" kaiser.
streei i icing the river and
i rounded bj over two acres of ground
on which there are a large number of
big trees which should prove ,un id.-ul
-pin for chli Iren in the summer.
mon who had the   audacity
liquor  without   a  license.
io
���ll
HENEY   COLLAPSES;
TRIAL   IS  DELAYED
San Francisco. Fob. 10���Francis J.
Heiiey. bader of the prosecution ot
Patrick Calhoun, is sick In bed today.
He Is Buffering from grippe and nervous condition bordermg on collapse.
It is not known just when he will be
able to attend court again, although
his physician says thai he may ��ot
be confined to his home niniv than a
day or two.
SUMAS AND BLAINE
FAVORED  BY  CONGRESS
ROWDYISM   ON  TRAIN
BY  HOCKEY  PLAYERS
Feb.   111. -William   K.
"cured the passage by
use of the bill to extend the Im-
Wa hlngton,
Huinphrrj has
the i
The Press First.
Toronto, Feb.   lO.���AddressIng
th.
Sir  .la"""
in-
Canadian club yesterday
Whitney  highly  commanded the
fluonce for good   which   was
wielded    by    the    _ana_i-i
throughout the Dominion, a
second only to that of th-* V^"
1,,-ing
finite
n influence
'���"iitluu
"' Page Three.]
Not  Asking  Higher Pay
faondon,   Ont.,   Fob.   10-1'
trainmen hero say they ';r""v
T   if
nullii"'1
mediate transportation of dutiable
goods In bond to iho sub-ports of
Siinii.s and Blaine. A provision In the
bli] permitting the secretary of the
,,,,.,.my to fiv iho compensation of
Hectors of customs at Seattle
deputy co
ano'Tacoma
was stricken out.
Of a move to ask for more pay
ent.
r at Pr
TOLSTOI'S WORKS MAY
SOON BE CIRCULATED
Moscow, F.b 10.���A local publishing house is planning to bring out the
long awaited complete edition of the
works of fount l.co Tolstoi, ,an undertaking thai Up lo tho present time has
been impossible in Russia because of
the censorship and the difficulties in
ih.. Blatter Of paying royalties. Under
tn0 presenl arrangement royalties to
tno amouni of $260,000 will be paid In
annual Instalments of *$25,000. it Is
declared" that with the approval of
Premier Slojypin the censored works
0f the count will be Included in this
ciliiion, which will number about
twenty-five volumes.
Brockville,  Ont.,  Feb.     10.���At     the
conclusion   of   two   hockey   matches
played here last night, in which Athens
and Newborn teams were defeated by
local teams, the visitors started out
to celebrate the victory by acquiring
first class fighting "jags," with lhe result that a special train on the B. W.
and N. W. was the scene of disgraceful rowdyism, lu which several received broken noses and one young
man either fell off or was thrown off
the train between Forthton and Kibe.
Ho narrowly escaped instant death,
but when the train was slopped it was
found that he was uninjured.
Building Law for Five Cent Theatres.
Chicago. Feb. 10.���Separate build-
ings, one storey in height and of special construction, for all now five cent
theatres Is the stringent requirement
of an ordinance now in course of preparation. These structures will have
two front und two rear exits and where
they Cater to children they will have
to have sufficient attendants to get
the youngsters out in cas. of flre or
panic.
Seattle, Feb.  in.���The    need   of   a ���
sai, harbor al Neah baj Is succinctly WAR is DECLARED
sei ton.i in a petition submitted by
Joshua Green, presideni of tbe Pugel
Sound Navigation company, and circulated among local shipping interests,
This petition will be forwarded to congress.
ON THE BEEF TRUST
NEW YORKERS MUST
NOT EXPECTORATE
Now York, Feb. 10,���A campaign
against ihe expectoration nuisance
was instituted in this city yesterday
by the health department. Every subway and elevated station in the city
was patrolled  by  sanitary officers and
Chicago, Fi b. 10.���It was learned today thai the L'nlted States gov. ��� n-
menl has again attacked the powerful
beef trust, a -econd inquiry having
been secretly begun in this city by
Sims, under direct orders from President Roosevelt, The plans are to in-
diet evvy be.t' magnate in Chicago
Washington  orders are to  permit "No
guilty man to escape." it was generally believed that tho present federal
grand Jury wis hearing only tbe rebate charges against the Nelson-
Morris company, but gradually the in-
more than 150 arrests were made of quiry was broadened to include every
mon caught In the act of spitting. ! packing house, it Is charged that a
Magistrates in the various courts greater combination than ever before
had their hands full In d-allng tflth -~IB been revealed. So important wa'
the prisoners, nearly all of whom ! 1 he discov-.y that Sims and his assist.
were fined, usually a dollar, and sev- ant. Milk. r-on. rushed to Washing-*
oral reprimanded   as   well.   Tne au- to report to rho attorney-general.
ihoritles said the  crusade  would con-1
tlnue Indefinitely. lmmenSe F,y wheel Bursts'
AGED  PARENTS SELL
HOME TO AID SON
Anaconda,  Mont.,   Feb.   10.���Olio of
th.- Immense By wheels at the smelter
{tower house of the Anaconda Copper
Portsmouth, Ohio. Feb. 10.���John Mining company's smelters burst into
Jordan and liis wife, both "0 years of I fragments yesterday and wrecked the
age. parents of Thomas .1. Jordan, a. building, bul no ono was hurt. The
soldier, who Is alleged to have shot Wheel, which was twenty feet In diai-
and killed Police Sergeant Noltlng, of j meter, carried a belt and was making
San Francisco, sold their effects and, sixty-P ,e revolutions per minutes.
left here today for San Francisco to wording under steam power at the
���lid their son. ' tttae it occurred.
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TELE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, FE
9. 11.
TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders are invited until Monday.
tho l'.th Inst, for a brick block to be
erected on Columbia street, New West-
minstei. Plans and specifications may
be seen at the office of the Dominion
Trust .block. New Westminster, or m
Parr & Fee's office, 570 Granvilli
street, Vancouver. Lowest or any
tendei  it'" necesBarily accepted.
PANAMA CANAL WILL
COSI HALL BILLION
U
, S. Senators Fear That
Lock System of Construction Will Be Inadequate.
sS:':-
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Wanted
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Washington,   Feb.   10.���The   entire
P     C I      ,   t'  n    1   ,   fi     K  ipe-lion of the type    of canal    that
I  lOr -dl.  '',' 10 Kent V UC.  |j should be adopted in tho construction
i|frtt'*lfr8S,*i{^!ft*^ ��t 'ho Panama canal was before   the
,���~^.-.~��� senate   yesterday.     Senator   Kittridge,
LOST���Al Pythian skating rink, lady's chairman of the committee on inter-
purse, containing money, gloves and oceanic canals, Senators Foraker -ind
key.-. Please return to Daily News Teller, all declaring that tbey believed
office. i a grave  mistake had  been  made    in
������������������������������������������������������������ adopting the lock project.
WANTED By experienced book- s,n;ll0I. Kiuridgu s:lid tllat lho bill
keeper, small so. hooks to keep dm- jncr6aslng lhe limlt of c08t for the
ing spare time.    Address X, B. 2��. cana]   to  $Bo0l00O,000 was authorized,
Daily News. Jand    ,1"'    secretary  of  the  treasury
experienced w��uld issue bonds to that amount.
LAWYEHS (iOBBEE UP
LIONS SHARE OF ESTATE
WANTED ��� Competent
ladj stenographer desires position
in or around vicinity of Westminster. Address Miss J., care Daily
New,-.
WANTED- to purchase a good house
for cash from owner. State full
particulars of house and were situated. Address, T.S., Care of L, W.
Henderson,  City.
WANTED���A married man wants
work: used to all kinds; wants constant employment, Apply Royal Pacific Realty.
Senator Kittridge said thai while
the engineers of the canal zone bad
originally placed the cosl of ,a lock
canal at $139,000,000, they bad now
Increased their estimates 1 > $400,-
000,  whereas It bad been estimated thai n sea-level canal could
have been built for $240,000,000. Mr.
Kittridge said that the lock canal had
not progressed so far that it would
noi now be impossible to adopt the
sea-K-v, 1 type.
Out   of $50,000  Left  by     Miser
Lights    Get   $40.000���Horde
Claimants   Gets   Nothing.
Hamilton, Out., Feb. 10.���News has
just leaked out that the estate of
George Washington Todd had been
wound up and ilial everything -y Be^.
tied, Out of an estate of $50,000 the
lawyers gel $40,000 and two men iu
Rochester get $5,000 each. Todd, then
an unknown man, died in the city
hospital live years ago. Shortly after
his death it was discovered that he
had   a   bank  account   of  $50,000.
Publication of the news brought
swarms nail swarms of alleged heirs
to this city, and Hamilton lawyers
had iho best of the picking. Sisters
and brothers by Todd'- father's first
marriage, and brothers by Todd's father's second marriage, uncles, aunts,
cousins and other relatives all claimed
a share in the .state. Courts in Canada and the United States were bombarded with writs and legal actions,
and a fight like the celebrated Jardeye
appeared to have no ending, but this
morning it was announced that the estate was wound up, Judge Carman, of
St. Catherines, passing the accounts
st nn,. time ago.
A bootblack In Rochester held a note
of the old miser for $5,000', and as
there was no will the note was a cer-
MADE INi CANADA
Use Only the Best
ILLETTS
Is the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening water, removing old paint, disinfecting sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equal* 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Sold Everywhere
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Toronto, Ont
OPERA HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Fel)  !i���Brewster's Millions.
Feb,  2:. -Daniel. Sully.
Feb   27.���The Burgomaster.
March   1.���Kerry   Cow.
March 3,   Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabia.
March 24.���Harry Beresford.
A pri! 2.���Marrying Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28.���The Gingerbred Man.
June 10.���Nat Goodwin.
Orders   Taken p
Chimney
Sweeping
Telephone 164
Thomas p
ETERS
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
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OF ALL KINDS AT
FOR SALE���Si_ lots, 110x120 each, corner Richmond  and  Eighth  avenue; I    Toronto,    Feb.    10.���The    Northern
$1(50 each; cash.   A. L. Bryant, 1524jCr&w- bani; ha_ tui. tbl. li:M ttme cou.
Charles street, Vancouver. I ducted the  business of their women's
bank department with a staff
ln tho past there have been
NORTHERN  BANK   NOT TO
EMPLOY  WOMEN   CLERK!, d;dm ,,., ,���,, ,,SUu,   Anothor man
Rochester  hotel  has  a   similiar
OWNER will exchange five acre block j savings
at Bon  Accord for city lot.    WhatjL
offers.    Address, Box 537, City.
from throe to six women engaged in
this department, but the management
in  a
note for $5,000 and he was allowed
that sum. But ihe remaining $40,000
went to defray the court and legal
costs and other claimants get nothing.
Re a part (30 acres) of thi  northeast
quarter of section 10,  town hi
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the lo ; ol  certificate of title number 1150 F., Issued
in the name of James Li :     ha   I n
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that l
at the expiration of one mouth from
the dato of the first publii ition hereoi
In a daily newspaper published In the
City of  Now   Westmin-1 - iue    a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection b<
made to mo in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, N< ���- Westminster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
RYALL'S
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED.
ORUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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Outrage   in   Calcutta.
Calcutta, F.ii. 10.���Ashutosh Biswas,
a public prosecutor, was shot dead today in the court at Alipur, a  suburb
TO   LET���Five   room   cottage,     nice  have  decided   to  do  away  with     the
garden.   Ono block from car. Rent j female employees except In such posi-
$15.    Also six  room house just off j tion as stenographers and secretaries.
Sixth Street; rent $15. White, Shilos ; An official of the bank declined to glve!��f Calcutta, I
& Co.   260 Columbia Street. j any reason for the change apart from
��������������������������������������� ""^Ithe wish",- of the management io die-
WANTED���Man and wife    to    occupy
to
house with other tenant.    For  par
ticulars address P. O. Box 1, City.
TO RENT���One largo furnished bedroom, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 2.-.T Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Dr.
.Tones. Royal avenue.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK  THE TICKET  AGENT
TO SEND YOI' OVF.il
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight Train-  Every  Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis. St. Paul
and Chicago
tile  Wish".-   of  the
continue the system, The ladies most
Interested will be assigned to oilier
work  throughout   th.   offices    of    the
anl
was was the official who prosecuted
the recent anarchist conspiracy case.
Thi  murderer was\irresti ���:
Authoress' Alimony,
m, Feb.    10 -  Ju Igt
tl:.
Would Censor   Plays.
New York, Feb. 10.���Urging censorship  of  theatres,  Charles    Bumham. I
presideni  of "��� Theatrical Managers'
, ci "'on. stated to la;  that if h   had
���    five     how
New York city,
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcht i for Ladies from $127*:
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent Tor Wnltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7"u.o   doors   from   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocer
I
Fi
���  .la;,   grant, d   an   order  of j his  way  he would
ST", pei         0 Mrs   Elizabeth Cur- hou   s now running
ivy, authoress, against her husband,
I.. ueJ A I'm'.'-, . ;i prominent St.
John lawyer. The main mil tot divorce
; ely in be retried, Judge Gregory
having applied for I ���"*��� ��� ol al s. nc ���
owing  i: Ill-health      I i individuals, to England on the ground IT
To  Deport   Undesirables.
v   onl ..   Feb,   10    Or lers  were re
. ��� [ved   toda.   ;   un   I Ittawa  to  deport
families,    numbering     ilxti i u
t
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   DootV
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe..     >
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber jAlways in Stock for Fencing and Draining,'
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New WestminiteJ
that they ar.   undi
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THE
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NORTH WESTERN,
LTD.
Embodies the newest and  best  ideas f
tor   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and ���
LUXURY. It Is lighted with both
electricity and ga-; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. Tho
qulpment consists of private compartment cars, standard 1(1 section sleepers,    luxurious dining car,    reclining
chair cars   (s.m i,   modern  day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
P. W. PARKER,
720 Second An nne, Beattli, Wash,
250 IN PRIZES 1 f
DISTRIBUTED MONTHLY FOR
ROYAL STANDARD COUPONS
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BUSINES6
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OIK,WORK SATISFIES
Ol!K PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rate-3 on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
C*O4C*O*C*O*CO4C4S*O4C->C*0 C*O4O*04C#P��tTC*_*.��C*"��|
|       Accounts of Organizations
church Societies, Fraternal Organizations,  I
and Business Associations will find   It   convenleni
hav.-- surplus tunds in a Savings  Account,  sub
or more officers,
We make a specialty of this class of business.
CONSULT WITH  US TODAY   and   we will
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full
details explaining our system.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,   Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B   C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Aeclltnaii.e.l Teste,] Stock.
SEEDS for Ihe spring I rude
from the best grower, in Kng-
1 md, l'raui i. Holland, United
State- and ea tern Canada as
well as those which ian be successfully grown in 11. C.
Extra choice lot oi fruit trees
and small fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing itock,
Ornamental In a l leading
varieties suitable for planting
tn II. C. All thi best make of
spray pumps,
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies,
Sva-ing Materials, Cttt Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
Ever) person who buys a 19-lb, sack ol Royal standard Flour has
a chanci of winning an elegant and co tl 109 piece china dinner Bet.
Th- s,.- beautiful prizes will be deliver,-,! free ol all charg s to the ten
lucky persons holding the coupons bearing the numbers corresponding t-i 'bos,- drawn al the end of thi  month.
All you have to do is to in- a sack of Royal Standard Flour. -,,,-���
th,- coupons, ami compare them each month with the numbers of the
'��� winners, Your name may bi among them at anj time. Of course
the more coupons you have th .��� ,. chanci then are ol your winning  : ; 'i..e.   Th.   full details of tl ��� contest are on the back i f each
01   poll.
The  housekeeper  who buys Royil Standard  is  securing    the  best
Hour that mature milling experlem  , No, i bard wheat, and the mosi
���dern machinery obtainable can produce,
Manufactured only by
VANCOUVER MILLING AND GRAIN CO., Ud.
Vancouver, B. C.
*., Jackson & Morrison
iz
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
0*0*0*C^C>*C^CO*C^C^04<-40*0 _���.
F.  B. LYLE, Mana-i'l
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
NOTICE.
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Take notice that I. C, W. Pn iton,
of V incouver, B. C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable t'hle; Commls-
j -ion. r   of   Lands  and   Woi 1:-     tot     a
twenty-one year grazing leas., on the
following described land: Comi i ni
ing at a post on the east ghori ol
Za ., island, Port Simpson d ct
about a mile south of the m< uth of
Lake creek, thence west across the
Island to the .-bore, thence following
tin- shore northerly, easterly and
south, rlj to tin. point ot commencement.
*���*������-��� - leasi Zaya Island, Pori
Simpson dlatrii t. starting ai a post al
the -sou-ie:, t corner of No. i base,
thence west across the Island to th-
shore, thence   following   the   shore
southerly,      easterly      and      northely
around to the polnl <.r commencement,
C W, PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 1909
Eastertrook Milling Company,
E.urne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. .    $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrie & Co FI-OUK AX[1 Fi:K" M'i;'"^IiL
FRONT  STREET. n*_,  u/_-.���i���.... -r.imhone 331
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Young People,    Attention !
Vou  can receive  Instruct.! ,,u c*.lsBea nt
Columbian College
In   ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEH|N(l  SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW.     PENMAN-
Westminster.
Telcption* 1
A little Good
makes a bg, hoi fin fflW1!
of poor coal send -   !lt '" '
at all.   It is ecc   tdIc-I io
1.   lu    &1*
our coal, because   '   '���      ,
goes farthest, make. mo��t��J
iviv.-s very llttl I ;"1'1"^,
no more per ton I mn '"* .
grades. Wa delivi ��� II :i
part of the OH
always    Teii
In us.
.our
GILLEY BROS., Ltd
SH!P
All or any part of th<-
from 7 to 9.
lay and  Thursday  evenings
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
Trade Marks
Dciignb
m-.ntWi l.Pr.,h��t,iri���u���,  i,|.     -Tmi inl__
Pa-nS l��-��n B-aA-n-Ml,
reoalT*
ii-��i��itti-*ti��itt��i��,��i<-.^...(,.    m ���iiin^iti^iiofriitnoioioioita
WlKi-SS-*-,
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
ENQUIRE
���nil
ramiiy Rat
AT THI'!
Royal City LaunJj
Ellard Block, New We.t-jn.ter, B 0  '    Royal Avenue a
nd THU
RSDAY, FEB. 11, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
l'AOE ThKfiii
tmeni  ol
VALENTINE
POST CARDS
Sentim
ental and Comic.
'��� PURE GOODS ARE
COWai_/s Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
MilR Chocolate
Croquet!.., Waf.r., M.d.lllona, tte.
Cowan's Cafee Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Several Bills Pass        ALL-DAY MEET BETWEEN
Provincial House    RIVAL COLLEGE STUDENTS
(C
i 11.nn Page One.)
AT Morey's
BIG BOUK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
''"'"' '" . onslderatlon, and they
are SiVl ar within which to estab-
a rtehl ti uch quantity as, in the
opinion ol . board, they are entitled
also given to extend the
mule ��� special circumstances,
Must Use Water.
Having oi talned a license under the
n'w - n th ��� licensee is expected
to I'romp i roceed to take steps to
,11:':"    I  the water granted,     In
I co.    p.
! tilll
'OQKSLEY'S
: Picture :
>0ST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE  AT
MOREY'S STATIONERY   STORE j
iG    GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
JCKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and'
IHE FAIR." Columbia  Street.
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving vou trouble? If I
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good |
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP t
ACCURATE TIME!               f
W. C. CHAMBER LIN The '��*��'" !
1                             COLUMBIA   STRifcT,    NEW  WESTMINSTER ���
X         Sole agent for the Longii   s and Hamilton  Watch Movements. t
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J
McGill University, of Vancouver, Sending   Athletes  and   Debaters    to
Contest with Columbians,
Arrangements have been completed
for the all-day meet between Columbian college and McUill university,
Vancouver, on Friday or nexl    week.
NOTICE.
Of Application for Wharf and   Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
Notice  is hereby  given  that I  the
undersigned, E. Merci r, ol the City of
' New   Westminster,   li.   (_'.,  Contractor.
i having applied to His  Excellency the
Governor-ln-Council,   for the approval
ol a  eertain site (or the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate on
the north shore of Lulu Island on the
North Arm of the Fraser River, have
| deposited   with  the    Honorable    the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa,
Tbe   Vancouver students    will    come Plana  o1'  said wharf  ani    Blip    way-
over in a special car, and both schools
which l propose to construct on land
figuring wat. r taken, the unil of meas- will be closed for the afternoon. i covered with water, lying north of,and
l urement foi flowinf
water Is mi,' cubicI    In   the afternoon  the  newly  organ-1 ad-*olning s"b Iot 12 of Iot "A" of lo<
fool per second, -md for quantity thejized rugby team will play the McGill |757, group om>' New Westminster Dis-
ihe  amount   of   water j fifteen.    Following this matches    be
acre  foot,
which ii taki ��� to cover an acre of land11\\ n in,
a """ leep jball ���..������
Priority in Rules. pktyed.    In   the  evening  a  debate
In regard   to  priorities   in  the use) tween    representatives   ol    the
Westminster
ransfer Co.
',8b.       13,.::.   'PU   ne   137
Columbia  Street.
:,, rea    promptly    to
������ of the city.
[lit and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
Notice.
bat p. J   McQuarrle, ol
B. C, occupation,
:: an:v. r,  intends  to
in  * ' purcha     the
ed lands 1
	
lie !     .i'
,   ���    r   Of     lot
��� orthwi   ���       ner of loi
to southwest coi n< r
'...���.
��� in m<..
IN  McQU \ Kit':.-:.
(HN P. BAGG8,
Agem
��� 19th, 1
LAND  ACT.
Public Market
Market   Clerk   D. E. Mackenzie
Open   8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays   7 a.
Phone   138
to 6
and acquisition of water, that needed schools will he the attraction,
by riparian owners for domestic pur-      Expectations are high at the    col-
comes    first;   secondly,   water lege for winning the majority of I   ���   i
needed for municipal purposes, Includ- events,    in the speaking line especial
Ing   :lv  supply   of  water   by  a   com-   ly, the coll  will he able to prod	
pan    for domestic  purposes;   thirdly, a strong team, the number of amateui
irrigation of land  for agricultural or Demo thene   al the school being large
���''"   ' "u"'al       Purposes;        fourthly,  Basketball i- also a favorite with  the
:";,:"'   Including   water   for   making, collegians.   Rugby will be the h I
si,".mi for all  purposes save the pio-lnU| for the students to crack, and this
power, | is the strong point of the Vancouver
trict,   together  with   a description  of
 ih.- proposed site described by metes
tills  and  the  boys  basket-! , . ,
, and   bounds;   and have  also deposited
of the two schools ti ill be
_____���     I
ol    the    two
I a duplicate of each in the office or
the   Registrar of  Deeds   for the  said
I District of New Westminster, in whieli
In trlcl -he work is proposed io be
con 'in. t.-d;   in accordance  with   the
| requirements of Section 7 of the
"Navlgab'e Waters Protection \et,"
Cop. 11", R. S. C��� 1906.
Dated   it   New   Westminster,  B.  C,
this 30th day of January, A. D, 1909.
E. MERCER
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY    NURSERIES,   Ltd.
vim-ion   ol   electricity;    fifth
whicl-   ��"'���'"-   the   use  of   any   water! school,  their team   being  the    cham
|!<'r '"'���   "'h' '   Purpose exept minim ;   plona of the Benior leagu,   In the Ter
i- x h, mining,  which Includes the us.   minal  City.
!";   *vater ""' ���'"���'' purpose in thai con-j     K ,-i,i v.   afternoon   thi   College  Liter
l|p '' "a-    ei   n ii.  , tearing  stn am    i,,
; driving logs.
I Rivers and   Streams   Act.
'ih"   Rivers   and   Sir
��� : li
am     i.i ���.  and
��� ,i in
lead  Ol     Clear-
Driving   Logs,"   al-
ction . ���
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef,  Mutton, Veal  and Pc-..
Davies & Son
First-class   Cut    Flowers   and
Pot   Plants.
Monk's   Stall
for
risk  ana  Came
ri. I. Iveen
Vegetables  and   Herbs
h ist   Quality   ,m 1
Values.
11 i' , XI under
ing Streams tor
though many of
b<. n !���-. ast. i bi re Is also an ��� ntin ly
ne�� ya relating lo the toring of
^ waier Inserted to mi - I difficulties
which have ai isen In practice. Pin I
1 M i< dei ...il to i he exproprial ion of
lands,
The   act   i.-.   divided   Into 'c  vein eu
arts,    i'i;  ol   ��tii. li. with  I h    exc. p-
iii,-ii of Part  15, in which a numb
j mlscellaneou    proi isions  are  - ro iped,
di ., ���   w iih   a   - pi, 18c   I : ������ uch    if  the
[ subject,
Names for All Creeks.
The   ai!    provides   for   the   naming
I of   all   creel's   in   the   province  ��ith
official name-*, thus putting an end to
ion w iiich ni  pn --'nt ��� sisti
v. li   . . now,  -..ii ���' , reeks have more
iihan   one   name,   while   others   have
my soi letj ", ill bold a mock -
The   college   month!       the    "L ix,"
published   Its   first   nuui -1909
we.-k.    'i he  new  editor,  VA.   B a
\r ncil an i
this
den, who first used his bim
scl -'-oi s on  ihi-, i ops,       i ,
gratulated <m th.   originality .ii
in ,ilio Issue.
THE STAGE
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor��i_*;ii,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
 : ONTARIO, QUEBEC ar.d the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
. Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Fails.
For Tim�� Tables. etc.. addres-9
GEO.  W.  VA-X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chica-jo, Dl.
"Brewster's   Millions."
"Brewster's   Millions."    om   oi
nn,-i   pronounced  successes of  recen
years  in  New York and  Chicago and
London, will be presented at the opera:
house tonight.   The managers*, i
&   I [arris,  de< lare  in  a   note  i a   thi
ipro ..nn that  they leave li i.i the audience  to   decide   whether  the   place
is farce, melodrama or tragedy.    The ���
a.-.iii'i/.iitiiin of McCirch,���,,!:'- Look ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
doe not touch very strongly on either Sealed tenders addressed to v an-
the comic or the tragic, Dm while It I dt'rsi6Iied* ����� mai*���� on the envelope
lasts   i.   does   amuse.    The   storm   at|"Tender for Sho^'" wll] be '^ceived
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
Tenders  for  Shops   East   of Win.-, peg.
'Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts."
fit* West"  nster Land District.
District  of   Sayward.
1.   .'.  W.   Pn
,   : .:     inner,    n
���   . i    ton to      :
escribed lands;
;.,,-���   planti .  on
south Twin
- ii   shore    ���
northerly    and
lint of   commenci    da
��� h    -a hole , land con
��� ���' moi������ or '., ss
W. PRESTON
��� F ���       I   1909,
Vancouver   Power   Co.. Ltd.
Notice cf Application for Further Ctr-
tificate   of   ApprcAr,;.
Notice Is h.rebi   given
ary to the notice of the SI a  da ���  of
December, 1903, that, two wi ��� ..��� aftei
ipplicatlon  will be  ma I.     when
i
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'���TELR    BOUNTY     ACT,    .908.
|V"'    '��� NG  TO PURCHASERS.
a;.plication is made In pursuance to
the notice of the said _lih daj o Di
comber, 1908, for a further certificate
of approval (to be included in the one
cei tificate oi approval) of its further
undertaking in the matter of the con-
-: ruction and opei ation of ��������� ingli oi
double u.ii k tramway from a poinl
at or near the New Westmin ;. . June-
���ynopsis     of    Canaaia-     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even nnuiuerea section of Dominion lands In .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 20.
not resi i /od, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent or one-quarter section of 1 _u acies, mure or less.
Application for entry aiust oe
made in person by the applicant at
a Doniiuiou Lauds Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may.
aowever, 'ce made at an agency ou
certain conditions by the faiher. moth
er, 9oii. daughter, brother or sister of
in  intending  honiesteailer.
Tbe honiesteailer Is rejulred to perform the hoiiie.Mead duties under one
of the following plans*
t alii There a,-e many othei I sea, showing a yacht being Itch. 1 a< th<J offlce ' T Commissioners of
points which can not He noticed In about is a most effective bit of realism. the Transcontinental Railway at Ot-
a hasty '%v!ew. bui Uie whole act. The plot of "Brewster's Millions" tawa unt�� 12 ��'clock noon* ��* the 10th
gives th,, Impression of a determined}offers opportunity for any amount of''1'1- oi ���M;i1VJi !:'"''- ���'"'' r!"-' construe-
attempt to grapple with a complicated imuslng situations. An uncle ! avesJtlon :"*'1 ' :" lon complete, in accord-
problem nnd io .Ivi ll along the lines a young nephew, aboul lo commit ma- ance wirh ,f'" Plans '"ld specifications
of a carefully thoughi out plan j trimony, a  fortune of seven  millions, jof !h" Commissioners  of shops east
..ne of  the conditions being thai   h-.": Winnipeg.
spenil   a   million   dollars   a   '.ear   and       Plans'      :'' liKs     and     -'P'*cifications
incur  no  legal  t-mlnine  l.e8pQnsibill-!ma>'be seen at th^ office of Mr. Hugh
the  proi
to    gpi tl
his
li.  Lumsden, chie:' engineer, Ott.-'s-a.
Ont., and M . S, it.  Poulin,   district
He     must   ke,p
:.   an,I   hi,   efforts
i   while his  fri. nls endeavor to  engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
bim  trom what ihey believe to     Persons tendering are notified
EMPLOYfcl-*    OF    INDIANS
LOST   IN   SURGE   NARROWS   ties.
  seen
Yam I ie iiKirxl 	
Hteanu-r CWsiar, from noi hern Brill ti t stop  him  from  what 'he-.- i,eii,.v��.. tn!    Peiwrns tendering are notified   that
Columbia, yestei la.i   brought   word uf  be an  Insane course
the dlsappe   am.  ol   Dave Stevenson,   very lively incidents,
a  well  known  logger, and  Interwoven      The play is most elaboratel)  ptage
with his disappearance is the storj of  lhe yachl -cue in the third act being|had  ""  application   ro  Mr.   Hugh  D,
trouble wiiii Indian-an,i the discoverj   pronounced the in,.st novel and mas
of Stevenson's upturned boai In Surge slve bil  of Btage  mechanism    '      at
tempted,
^misb s   ie tenders will no; be considered
made on the printed forms suppli      -.,
the   Commissioners,   which   may     ue
at or near
.    ��� ol the right of *-
��� ntltled to a
���    ,.'.   way of ap-
li iti and musl be j Coquitlam
I1 ��� . ������;. the Act.
1 '.    -i la called to Sub-
on ���". of the Volunteer
IL ���"-, which provides thai
ot the right of a vol-
vi'.i.iitn:. nl  of a BUD-
1' d or recognized
,:"   "':'iiiin-     of   tbe   1-terior
lCh ll not txecuted and dated after   f"r  ll,ld   ,:",y . l,asf nB��
d;,te of the warrant for the land
lnt;    ' ���      the Minister of Militia i
In favor of the volunteer. ���or BUch
REENWAY,
���one- ot Dominion
l.ands, Ottawa.
tion of the Canadian Pacific  railway
where the branch line to th.   City ol each year for three years.
N,.w Westminster branches off io the (2)   a Homesteader may, if ..�� so
City ..I   \.w  Westminster  to a   lolnl Heslres, perform the    required    resi-
,he southerly end  of Lake deuce  duties  by   living  on    farming
with   lhe   ii'.'vsii;    -i'i'' .  __^__________________________
than  eighty   (SO)   acres  In extent,  In
the vicinity of his homestead.   Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
(1)   At least si_ mouths' residence  his In,linn-, had  the r quarters,    Late
upon  and  cultivation of  the laud  in  Saturdaj .    ning a Siwash found Stevenson's boai upturned In the narrows
and brought 11 In
land owned  solely   bv   him.   not less
tuck-, and turnouts and branchi    toi
the passage "f ears, teams, carrli
and oilier vehicles    adapted   to    the
.am,, an.I lo build bridges and exeri  .-���   re,|ii.|-einen .
r     ,   .    ���   .       (_)    If the lather (or niotuer, if the
any of the powers iis Bet forth in M>l
tion 96 of the Water Clause-. Consoll
dation   Ac;,   1897,  with  amongst    all
Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont.
Each tend...-   must    be signed    and
iii i bj all the parties to the tendi r,
and witness! I, and be accompanl.    by
an accepti d cheque    on   a charti - i
lian!. oi' thi  Dominion of Canada
able to the order of the Commissioners
of  the   Transcontinental  Rallwa:,
the   um of one hundred thousan I
lars ($100,000),
The cheque deposited by ihe
who ���   ten c    it accepted will be d<
posited to the credit of the ((.<'���    ���-
Genera] of Canada as security for the
������ ���-  due and faithful performance of   the
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Chequi - deposited by    parties    who*--:
Xarrow s,
The missing man iw a ban,I logger,
Inn  for some weeks had be.-n engaged
in   i, claiming   i b ���  logs  -;,.\ epi  out of
ihe   Campbell   river by   ihe   Boo I
month  or iv> ago,
ll.   left camp on Saturday morning
io row around Into the n.'xi bay, where
"Orderly"  Lynching  in  Mississippi
Houston, Mis-,. Feb '," Roby
Baskin, murderer of K. T, Hudson,
was lynched by a mob bere yest. la;
afternoon, A crowd of over 300 de-
i- rmlned citizens took the in gro from
the jail and hanged him lo a tree Not
a sii<>: was fired, and the whole pro-
I ceeding was conducted quletlj
MlljUe-IPf-1
JAHADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
JVUU
�� " ' ���ni]i'iK for friends in
f    ' lying   tickets
l"   ''���
other powers the power to taki    I ���'"
rs anil ore,
minerals and freight upon tbe tramway by the force or power of animals
team, electric, water 01 other
mo'he power as ihe Company ma)
deem expedlont,
Ami upon such application all
Usual   And   necessary  powers   '*'
and effectually carry out    the
ih,
full)
fn,her is deceased) of a homesteader;
o.is permanent residence on farming
laud owned solely  by  him,  not  less
than eighty (80)  acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
on a homestead  entered   for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may 1
pei form his own residence duties by \
liring with the father (or mother).
ID   Too term "vicinity" In the two i
preceding  paragraphs   Is  defined    as
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We teach operators how to pais all examinations.
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Remittances    io    Independent    Theatrical Exchange,
u  horn.
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tenders are rejected  will be returnee]
f I within ten day-.- after tbe signing < f
the contract,
The righi Is reserved to reject i nj
Or all lenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Sec re tar.'
Th.. Commissioners of 'he Transcon
tin-ntal Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 30th January. 1J-"9
Advertising and Circulation
-���i'i fXect iTne.Txdn^e Qtftt^dS l*,00W,"ffW^
proposed  further undertaking  wl"    '' 0- roud  allowances crossed    in    the IB
1 applied for. measurement. , >�����
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the Province of liritish Columhia, ''9 pe-forni  his  residence  duties  ln  ac
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THE  DAILY  NEWS..
THURSDAY
THE DAILY NEWS    | I"."'.
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster.  B.  C.
C A.  Paige.
THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1909.
PEMBERTON MEADOWS.
there was a market for;
g  sav     tlie finest    grades    of]
lumber, that which would  rule today
as strictly clear.   Lumber of that class
alone   would   tear   the   heavy   frelghi
charges, and  in  some respects   it   had
 Hi ��� market to Itself, for nothing like
.Managing  Director  it t.oll]cl bl. ,���.0,|I1CV,- elsewhere.    Only
ilie best standing timber was cut, and
wiih ;i mai k' i for low gra le timber
much which was formerly wasted is
now in use. and it is this former waste
which pays the wages and cosl of
operation of the milling   plants   and
  logging camps.
At the last meeting of the board of     The Americans claim if the market
trade a long letter was  read from a  for low grade lumber is destroyed, the
leading' resident   in    the    Pemberton��� output of the mills will    be    reduced,I
Meadows country, urging the citizens  w-tn serious    consequences   to   com-1
to push a scheme for a short railway, niercial industries relying on the forest
which  with  the addition of the exist-   for .-���.*,. raw product, and so    a stiff
ing  watercourses,   would    have    pro-  fight is being maintained to retain the i
vided  a. new-  scourcc of  market    for existing tariff rates,
the isolated  residents of  that fertile
district right In this city.
The  suggestion    was    academically ......t.............................................................. .
discussed, but meanwhile others have f
acted, and a syndicate of Vancouver &
capitalists have applied for a charter it
to the provincial government, A line J?
from  North  Vancouver    is    projected
The  Daily  News is  not  re.'ponslbl
"GET  THE   HABIT.'
Westminster Opera House
SOAP, 5 Cakes for Thursday, February 11
Your choice In the window.
COULD  YOU  SPEND  A   MILLION  IN
A  YEAR ?
The Cohan   &   Harris  Comedians   Pre.
sent   Frederick   Thompson's   Massive Stupendous Production.
The   Supreme   New York,   London and
Chicago Comedy  Success.
(Correspondence
with   branches,   and   no   serious en
gineering obstacles are anticipated.
Th.- measure meets with no opposition,   and   will   probably     carry,     this THE SALVATION ARMIES
citj   losing a feeder which belongs to  Editor Dally  News:
it naturally by waj   of Harrison lake,
and the Fraser ri wa .
This valuable agricultural and mining valley, though Isolated, is in the
Westminster land district, and a fine
chain of natural waterways required
only a -short line of railway to place
it Into communication with this city
and valley.
in a larger way this outcome is
repetition of the Steveston branch experience, by which much of the down
river trade was lost. We are sorry the
mat ier was so lightly treated when it
came   up   before   the  board.
for the opinions of its correspi ndents i
Sir,-  I find thai there has bei n some,
little misunderstanding on the part of
some in connection with an article appearing in yesterday's issue cf    your!
paper, under the heading    "Amerlcanl
Attract    Police    Atten-
The   Fair Brewster's Millions
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
MORE BARGAINS
AT
Moore's
this week.    Note a few of
these prices:
I Economical Savings in Trunks QnA
Traveling Bags
We can sav.  you money it you want to buy a trunk <
"���� ons,.
We have positively the largest and best assorted sto ���    ''I18'
minster at prices to suit .-very purse. * v'-"
Extra Good Value for $3.50
We are showing this line in lis inch size, ron,, |
iron or canvas covering, double clasp    on    lock
for 	
top    ,
:,"-"l   value
$3.50
Salvationist
tion."
in   looking  Into this artlc
j that    lhe   case    referred    to    I
apply to any of the officers
! "Salvation   Army" proper.
I   find
CONSTITUTION   MAKING.
eS not
in the
The name
" American
I Salvation Army" is quite correct; but
j refers to an entirely different sett, nnd
j absolutely independent of the "Salva-j
Ition Army- launched, and still direct-
led, by General William Booth the
! world over. Any misunderstanding in
The South African constitution now! this connection is doubtless due 10 the
in the making must afford Interesting fact that there are two sects in the
scope to mil students of constitutional U. S. A. known by almost the same
government and particularly to those i name, i.e. "The Salvation Army," same
great over-sea dominion.- which have as in f ana.la, and also the '-American
passed through the same construction Salvation Army." referred to in the
during recent years, 'article of yesterday, and existing only
The  founders  of  a  United    South in the U. S. A.
Africa under the  British Hag appear ~   ���-   QTJAIFE, Captain S. A.
to take the middle course between federation and unification. The proposers
will, if cable despatches can be depended upon, follow the Canadian plan
In preference to the Australian, referring a!l matters not specifically left
... the iocal legislature to the federal
authority, whereas in the Commonwealth, much gri i'ii power is given to
ne state legislatures, and all matters
uol d-f niti l\ I ft to the Parliament
by -statute are In the hands of the
state assembles. Unification has a
tendency to crush tut the individual
life of a legislative body, mid with tlie
condition of things In South Africa as
they are today federation Is the better
policy.
The constitution makers In South
Africa ar,- faced with a difficulty
practically non existent to the older
confederations in the native franchise,
about which verj considerable divergence of opinion exists, and the attempt
to reconcile t.iis difficulty Beems the
most arduous arising from the present,
negotiations. A more hopeful tone
has prevailed during the last few days,
and in fact It is freely stated that all
the outstanding questions have been
-ettlcd excepi the site of the capital,
a question which was left open by the
Australian National convention In concluding matters, and now today after
.-ight years of a commonwealth, a din-
trict has been chosen from which it
will be selected, Therefore we may
taki it that the question of the capital is capable of adjustment at a later
dati Th.- draft will hav,. to be submitted to ie ,������ ople of the various
:olonies to bi \ oted upon during the
ear, and tin ��� ma; ' i further de-1
lay as there was In the case of the
Southern continent until conflicting
interests havi   h   a satisfied.
Si < lbs. Prunes for  	
Sixteen nice large sw-eet Orange
Two bottl.-s Malt Vinegar  	
Two bottles best English Pickle.
Auio Brand���
Peas, per tin 	
Corn,  per tin   	
Tomatoes, two tins for 	
Thin- lbs. Tea 	
Two tins Ginger Bread Mollasses
Some odd dishes that must be
less than half price.
We Sell Purity Flour, it makes
bread and better bread than any
on the market.
Give us a call.
��� 25c
25c
.25c
.25c
A dramatization by Winchell Smith
and Byron Ongley of Georgi Ban- Mc-
Cutcheon's famous novel.
With all its wealth of scenic effects
. \a,;'.. as witnessed an entire year In
New Vork and Chicago, showing ih.-
wonderful,  realistic yacht  sen,.
Brightest, wittiest, smartest comedy
of recent years.   Teeming with originality, sparkling wiih  satire
Splendid cast headed by  Robert Ober.
30 and 32-inch Round and Flat-Top Trunks
The e are well made, heavy tin covering throughoul    ....;,>,
snaps on the corners;  tray and good sized hat    box
finished as a $5.50 trunk; special value for	
xtra
is well
��� - ��� $4.00
36-inch Round Top Only $5
Extra heavy tin cover with strong oak  binding;   special vain
such a large size.    Think of it. a 36 inch trunk fc
���*5.C0
TEAMS WANTED.
Two teams with teamsters to haul
ties at B. C. E. Railway camp al Fort
L-angley; 20,000 ties; extremi h
and three-quarter miles.
Enquire
F. N. SINCLAIR.
Old Gulchon Bloc!-.
36-inch Steamer Trunks From $3 to $12
Brass trimmings, good strong strap supports;  jus) thi    ty]
travelling;  with and  without tray;   a large range  ... .$3.00 to $i2oo
32-inch Flat-Top Trunks $8
All brass trim in ing- extra strongly built with    t!
cial value at
$8.00
34 and 36-inch Flat-Top Trunks for $13
These extra well made trunk-  will  Btand the w
long journey; brass trimmings, double  Btrap  suppon
ing, finished with leather strapping;  well worth the j^^
NOTICE  OF   DISSOLUTION.
. . IOC
. .10c
..25c
..90c
..25c
sold
more
Hour
H. Moore
Notice is hereby given tha   the partnership heretofore   existing    betwe ii
US,  the undersigned Harriet G. Moore
and    Lucy H. Campbell,   trsding   as
i Moore  &  Campbell,  milliners, in  the
city of New Westminster, province of
I British Columbia,  has   been   llssolved
by mutual consent as of the 1st day of
J February, 1909.    The business hereto-
' fore carried on by the said  Moore &
i Campbell  will  now  be carried on  b>
I the  said   Harriet G.  Moore,  and    ftll
debts owing to the said    partnership
1 are to be paid to the said Harriet G.
! Moore, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said  Harriet G. Moor,   ly whom   the
same will be settled.
Dated this 3rd day of February, A.D.
I lfiOf. at New Westminster, B. C.
HARRIET G. MOORE.
LUCY H. CAMPBELL.
Wiin. ss:    B. Blair.
I
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209211  COLUMBIA  ST.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
station- will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. in. Last
car li aves at 11  p, ni.
Last ,-ar leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot evi rj
twenty minutes for loth Sap-
;"'!;on and city limits over the
cit.\   line.
City   Lme:   ( ,,.,   leave Iran j
office  ou  the  hour, twenty _it, !:
iit.s   after,   and   fort)    minntei i,
ai't.-r, commencing ai 6 20 a - i
j
Sapperton    Lme: i ,    t
at ten minutes al i he  lour, j
half past and Bft;  i. jl
the  houi-.  i'.rvv :   ��� ���   ��� ,   ��� j
a.   ul
Sunday  service   ,    f-ho it    ���   ll
tl
tween 8:30 a  m. and ll :        J
American-iMade   Shoes jS
The
CROSS
Shoe
for Ladies _
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
 114,400,000.00
        $11,000,000.00
if_nr.nei throughout Canada aud .New fi-midland.  and   in   London,  B-JlU
New   York,  Chicago and  SpoKane, U.S.A., and  Mexico City.    A I-|
eral Bauking  Business Transac t*>d.
etters of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondents in all t.artB of til |
World.
*-vlng��  Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In Hums of tl sli. u*iw_r_i. |
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over  J16S.00U.UOO.II0.
N<-rW   WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D.  BRTMNHR. MUM*
|j CHOICEi  BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
Phone 192
CONSERVATION   OF   WASTE.
The fight now in progress for the
tariff on lumbei In thi United States
to in- maintain! I ai a high level
ac an- verj mui b for this district,
where ih,. bea Iq i trt ira i ; the industry iu southern British Columbia is
located, The A "��� rlcan mill owners
are engaged in n strenuous struggle
io prevent Canadian lum ier coming In
cheaply, or ai a tai Iff merely of a
revenue charactei I he ci nti si being
complicated by th largi Interests of
Aim rlcan capita Isl in tan lin-.* timber in tills province.
Men cxperli need In lumber opera
iions in the ea tern p o Inces on visiting our mill - stagg. i al the Immens.
uasie which goes on. accustomed as
they an to the use of everj producl
iu some share or form.
In the early days of lumbering   on
jTHE CROSS SHOE is undoubtedly the best shoe | PacHlC Meat Market
S that money can buy. They are perfect fitters. We 0V
fi have many of the New Spring Styles���Patent Colt, K]
S Vici Kid, Gun Metals and all the popular leathers. 0>
U We sell more CROSS SHOES than any other make
HGHEKEH. & AN-tHSON       Columbia St
Q3 we handle.    Price per pair,
8
$5.00
WWSTMTS Hg Sine Itoitse, IM.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOU8E   IN  B. C.
EBB
MacKay's  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a_id Office |
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and     J
Envelopes |
J. J. MacKay & Co. j
Stationers News Dealers |
Booksellers
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS THURSDAY. FEB. 11. 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
jjeCashSlures
T. H. Smith
PAOE FIVK
The Cash Stores
first Arrival of
Advance
Spring Styles
We arc getting ready for spring in the Ready-to-
Wear Department. In a few clays more this section
will he replete with Cloaks and Suits embodying the
very latest and most authentic styles. Meanwhile
some models have already arrived which will help to
give you an idea of what is to be worn.
��� ������ ������ ������������������������  * ## *���,=������*������:
News
������   ������   ������*������*��������� ������   ���*   ������   ������   44   ������   ������   ������*������*���*
;   d -.orations aud   wed,lin.
b,("1(1'''        ���     valtv. Ring up    Tidy,
the Flo ,,
��� ' :  wiie, of Armstrong,
,"n('h('i i:-  th.   citj   yesterday  at    ihe
Russell l,,,..
Two boit:
-Moore's.
English picl
at
**
Three-Piece Suits
with the Hip less Coat
v .ivy much ,n vogue. The styles while strongly modelled on
-he directoir-, will be very simple. The long narrow sleeve being
prominent on all the gowns. As to .rateri,-il. plain self colors, piece
;ytd worsteds, faustina wool satin., mirage cloth, prunellas and satin-
faced broadcloths are most noticeable.
Rev- ": Sl] rel] will preach this
evening ai the ��� vangellstic service in
""' Wesi  End Methodist church.
Knock the cover off a i ox of "B.
C" cigars and try one. It will make
a "hit." ..
A me* ���"��� ��� b. Westminster Bene-
roIen<   as oi       Q win  be  hf.!d  this
lftl rnoon   -:  '      board of trad,- room.
Beulah u,   .     i, iodge No   -   ,    0
"   F   wi!1 ll(l i a dance in Si. Georges
hall on Monda    Pt:,. ���*���*. The proceeds
i derived  from   ���      gathering will    be
applied  i.. th<   I   0   0. F. horn- fund
I     Clear   Havana   cigars  of    exclusive
merit    the  "Brillante,
B. C. Cigar factory.
ent.   :,
a,lili.
���V
Six :
The
and  iv
- Murcutt will deliver a short
Ing  thi   evi ning.    A nuin-
and   Instrumented  solos
ndered b*.  local talent,
s tor 25c -it Moore'.-. *���
���' i   is  laid   up   for   repairs,
not  coin,,  up  the  river  this
made   by   the   I os   inn s  wer(
w" ;. from Victoria
All dealers handle "B. C." ana "Old
8pon      < ears       The    old    reliable
I'I'H lids. ,,
E 1; ��� ������������ i. a retin d dry goods
merchani of Guelph, Ont., has been
spending Mime time in ihe. city, visit-
in>- J. M. Kenny. Mr. Boll .,-, Intends
moving wi ���: in the "ummer.
r!l- '������   was  again  a   verj   large  at-
'"     at   th"   masquerade   al   the
::~   rink  In--   evening,   and    the
es \\. re awarded as follows;
Miss   Ma   ' ii Vancouver;
"r" ��� " ' '   second,   M      Casselman,
Sal Evening Post:" third, Jack 0
Hoult,   "Clown."     Manj    picturesque
BUMP1   ��,d   You   Hear"Something
���   Drop? :    ;
Worse commotion in prices in  I.e.,- than in Italy at the recent earth-
quake.    Everything aold for v.sh a, startlingly low prlces-iee  P��te��
r>on : >-ou reallj  need a dresser ��� -*.  c.Q���.-     xa
men,,   -    ction from J9.50 up " ^ ""   ;,n
fl    ^ 5"��U 10lS f��r " deCent TOcker?   We can give you a strong   .  m.
f""!   '  arra ��**��   "   I oak, from $2.50 each up
Aake up and eon,,, with ihe crowd to
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster,�� C
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
o n
* Easy Terms
Modern 9-room house on i'h mi avenue, corner lot. in good repair* on city
car line. Price $2.*.00 Terms J100
cash, balance on monthly payments.
Inieres:  S  per cent       MOVE  QUICK.
worn
Spring Has Arrived in the
Wash Goods Department
<���
A Martin convicted by th
magistrate at th,. city police com
"  lei in.-.   ..:' embezzli ment  wh< n
llle
Sellt.ni'e,
ment.
A  fin:- audlenci   gath.  ��� i    a:    the
'ion  Army    barracks    yi sterdaj
ev< ning to hear  Major    Plant,    "the
In | Musical  Major"    give    .,   number   of
six    months' imprisi n-
Slxte 11 (irangi
55   'rout street.
for 25c at  Moore's.
**
!. Goods Department |.,  teemin
���   i-rices.    New prints  In bi
���i bams, etc, muslins, ci tton  voile*.
led piques, ��� ���:.'.
I2J_C, 20c, 25c and 30c  per yard.
��iih _< w fabrics and   .-.
lutlful novel  effects,  plain
ne ,, eauttes,    per-
!
employment  of .1.   II. Todd,  was j instrumental    selection,,    several    of
which were his own composition,   The   ���
major's  lecture  on    lii-    experiences!
While shipwrecked    off    th,   coast    of
Norway proved interesting and    was
[closely followed by his audience.    To-,
"Jane Eyre," a theatrical production  night  Major and Mr.-. Plant will give'
which was billed to appear hen    on a musical entertainment, at which sev-
Feb. 13, and which has been cancelled eral Instruments, especiallj    designed
and   postponed   several   times  during  and  built  for them.  vi\\ b��  used for
the past two weeks, is definitely can-  the first time in thi, city,
cell..! as far a- Westminster is   con-'  	
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN x
C*O*OK*O40*O0*C*C>*O*O*O*0 0*0*0*0*C*0��00-K>*0*040*K>#0
v~_���->--
lew Arrivals in the
Dress Department
���     ��� loth     v.  ol   l.i-i' ta    i  : (ton Pan
Wo v..,!    in  ill the nev.  shades.
Satins,
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for
omen's   Ready- to - Wear
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
later Shoes
See the new Spring-
Styles in
"The Premier"
Slater Shoe
Ask for them, insist on having
foem, and take no others. Remember, there is nothing like
the genuine article.
These shoes for sale only by
'.E. SINCLAIR
cerned.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, D'.OS. **
The wedding look place on Tuesday night of M. B. Clark, of Ruskln,
to Mis, Ethel M. Gauley, of the same
place, al the residence of the parents
of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. John
Clark, Fourlh avenue and Seventh
Btreet. Rev, \v. n. Barraclough officiated, rh,. honeymoon Is being spent
In the Bound cities,
Gilley Bros, are contemplating
provements at the Quarry at Pitt lake
from which in the past  large supplies
ot building material have been guar-   _
ried, by   the  introduction    of    water
power to develop a liberal supplj  for
the operations of the necessary
chinery there, Action along thesi
will b ��� liiken at an early date.
Bowman Punn,
A pretty wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the residence oi C.
C. Dunn, Royal avenue, when Miss
Emma Elvira Dunn and Carj Welch
Bowman were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony by the Kev. Dr. Rugg,
of the Olivet  Baptist  church.
The ceremony was private, only immediate friends of the contracting
parties being present The bride
was given away by her eldest brother.
C, C Dunn, and w-as attended by Miss
Jennie Newman, of Victoria. A. Janus.
of this city, acted as besl man.
The newly  married couple  left on
the Great Northern 1:30 p.m. train for
tnd. where thi y take    up    their
lence.
��� ���
Order Your ..
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheat lets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia  Street.
P.   O.   Drawer  100.
Phone 97
When vou v.
ma
lines'STRICT QUARANTINE   ON
IN THE CANADIAN YUKON
Dawson. V. T., Feb.  in.���Mayor Ott,
has
A special meeting of the Ministerial
association of this ciiy will  be held ____.
at ten o'clock this morning at Queens0' Ba*Ie <-'ll-v- reports a ease of small-
avenue  church,  when  plans will    0e D0X ln an lu,li--�� village near there. A
discussed    for  i laymen's    mi-sionary J ���luaiautin-
meeting which it  is p
iu this city next week.    The laymeu.
mlsslonary movement is undenominational, and it i- expected that all the
city churches  wil! take  part    in   the
coming gathering
=- GROCERIES
Besl   Hums, per lb 18c
Ideal Soda Biscuits, per 'in ...,25c
Huntley & Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 25c
Big Navel Oranges, per doz 25c
No, l Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25
Three  pai kages  Force for   10c
Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can . ,10c
Milk (Canadian brand), two tor 25c
Corn and  P,:is, can  ..', 10c
Tomatoes,  two per   25c
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ been     established
rouosed to hold j aRa'llst travel ln or out The Canadian
^^* 'authorities also are    preventing    mail
1 .'ind travellers from Eagle from enter-
I ing the Canadian    Yukon    territory.
! Policemen at Forty-Mile    have   been
! giv.-n strict  instructions    to  enforce
this order.   Travellers or mails  from
can enter Canadian terrl
by cutoffs.
AVAILABLE AT ABERDEEN
The W. C, T.  I    will hold a BOClalj De]ow Eagll,
in ihe leagu,- room of Queens avenue  ,(1|.v hy avoiding Eagl
church thi,  evening as a farewell to	
Miss  Mi'-cnit.  who  Is  shortly  leaving1
^   thi    ..lienor.   Where   she   will  COn.!PIAN0 LUMBER FOUND
titiue her campaign on behalf of local
option.   Honorarj members of the un- j 	
ion. a, well as all Y. W, C. T. V. mem- '    Aberdeen, Feb. io.���Coops Brothers,
bers, are cordially invited to be pres; of  llie  Coops    Piano    Manufacturing
s^B company, of Tacoma, who have been
looking this section over, may decide
to locate a branch of their Industry
h, re. They have made a thorough In-
v Btlgation of ihe different klnda of
lumber turned out b) the mills, nnd
decided that the spruce of this section
would be well adapted to a certain
style ot piano tii.y are preparing   to
manufacture.
Tills and coffees are a specialty with Us; try a package of Rakawan.i
Ceylon tea at 115c or three pounds for $1.00. Host Mocha and .lava fresh
ground coffee, 40c pet* lh.: or we can ~tVe you the best value in the city for
25c per lh.
ADAMS & DEANS.
It's Important
To You
to hav,. your prescription   Oiled
aocurately   and   honestly,   We
make a special  department   of
this branch of our business, and
ir.ive adopted a system of check-'
Ing so  that  no    mistakes    can
, reep in.    You may    feel   sure
that you  have the right thing1
v.hen dispensed at    our   store.!
We pay the highest    wages    in I
order Io secure the best    help.!
Every   department of our  busi-'
inss Ii up to date.    Mig stor
*������������
New Westminster
***��� I M��Mt fittt^
Deadlock  in   Newfoundland.
St. John's, Nfld . Feb   10,    I'llhlle in
teres I In the deadlock In the Newfoundland leglslalui ��� Was renewed
last night by the action of the governor in issuing a proclamation summoning It to meet on Feb. 85. There
has been no session ulnce the general
.I.-, tion last November, when Sir
Rob.it Bond, tin- premier, anil Sir
Edward Morris, th.- leader of the op-
)..,,Ition,   each   succeeded   ill   electing
*.%%%%%%  i   ,    ___���        ~- ieighteen inemlK'is    if neither side iv
fresh  stock,  and  we claim our >    M m-mm. .
,,r���  ���-.���_ .,     ,       , 'able to carry on tha government dur-1
average   prices are   the  bwest.  ... , ,,,     ���������
We  fill  prescriptions  for  people I ,nB, th* T^i """J".'. 7 ZSi
.to poor to payroll* j .-ral eh-ct Ion will ���ro4,��l,ly h-ordered.;
Japan Will Celebrate.
Tokyo, Feb. 10.���Preparations are
under way for the celebration of Constitution Day which la the eleventh of
this monlh. The day will he observed
as a general holiday and elaborate
eromonles wlll n_arl< the observance
Live Stock Insurance
Have you ever thought of the hundred and one ohancei of hv
Ing your line horses and other live stock by accident, fire or disease,'
I represent it reliable Canadian company, which will insure your
animals against death  from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary Inspection required and no red tape about applications,   Enquire for particulars.
I! .on have never lost an animal now Is the tiuv to Insure ior
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; the insurance company  is better able to stand the loss than you.
It you have lost one or more animals then let ma have your ap
plication now to protect you from future losses.
MORAL��� Do not wait till the horse Is stolen before Shutting
tho  stable door.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
i of   the   occasion.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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THURSOA
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY. COMPANY,
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
���rv.in for ail points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train   l'or  Agasslz at  5.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
R< ervatlons made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Indies and
Children Saturday afternoon al 2;30.
ACCESS PLANNED
EOR FERTILE VALLEY
For further particulars ana reservu-
t ( ns apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. ("eni. Pass.  \gt.   Vnneouvt\r.   |
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Proposed Railway to Pem-
berton Meadows Will Open
Valuable Resources.
: Granite ware :
.lust arrived���Full and complete stock Granlteware, in all the very
mu, 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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Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
A.   HARDMAN.
A.  JAMES.
J.   McCLUGAN.
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'MWffi     ADVERTISE   ,N  THE  NEWS
The construction of a railway from
Vancouver or vicinity to Pemberton
Meadow-, a fertile farming rfegion
and traversing an Intermediate country famed for its mineral and forest
wealth is planned by a Vancouver
syndicate including Messrs. C. T. Dun-
liar, P. (', Wad., and H. M, BUrwell,
An application for a charter for a
company styled the Vancouver &
Northern railway is now before the
provincial  legislature.
The proposed route will be via the
valley of Seymour creek io the watershed north of l.oeh Lomond, and
thence via the valley of the Indian
river to the north arm of Burrard inlet, with power to extend northerly to
and through the Pemberton meadows,
and to build a branch lini via the
valley of Furry creel; to the shore of
How,, sound, and to build branch
lines to various promising mining
properties, some of which are now being developed.
Th.. region to be ^'^ rsed y the
proposed line is said to possess exceptional natural resources ensuring a
large tonnage from the very ou el
The load will .also tap territory whose
lumber wealth Is thus far inaccessible.
Mr, Dunbar owns a tract of land thirty
square miles of cedar on the Mam-
quam river, said to be oni of the
most valuable propositions in British
Columbia. Other timber propositions
would also dei-iv.- equal advanti ���
t'i,mi the building of :'-' proji - ted
line, especially as it would open up a
territory exclusively tributary to iliis
city. The railway will be of standard
gauge, and either steam or electricity
may be utilized, in anticipation of
future  possibilities    Mr, Dunbar    has
: iteii a waterpower ->n   the   Mam-
quatn river capable nf dew , In v11"
horsepower, a quantity amply sufficient   to  supply Oi"  elect-ira!   energy
for running    freight    and     passenger
trains.
It has been discovered the route via
Seymour creek valley affords no serious engineering difficulties, and that
the cost of construction will be far
below the original estimates. Thus far
the measure lias met with no opposition in the House.
BOY   PREACHER.
Jackson  Holsinger, Twelve Years Old.
Is a Marvellous Sermonizer.
Altoona, K.'li. 10.���Revival services
in the Church of God here have been
featured by the wonderful preaching
of Jackson Holsinger, a twelve-year
old boy, and son Of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
11. Holsinger, of Lakemount park, a
suburb. The nights lie is slated to
speak the church will not accommodate all who desire to be pres,-in and
hundreds are turned away.
No! only has his oratory been the
subject of favorable comment, but hi-
knowiedge of the Hible is little sborl
Of marvellous,
The boy wa-. converted at a revival
service  at   his  home   six weeks   ago.
Jackson is a bright, intelligent lad,
and has always been fond of r. adlng
the nible. Ii is his purpose to dedicate his life lo God, and doubtl. v
the propel' time he will be seni to col
lege, and then io the theologii al school
to prepare him for me ministry.
CHICAGO SOTS CRUSADE
AGAINST LACE CURTAINS
Claim   Windy   City   Women   So   Afraid
Dust Will   Injure   Them   They
Keep Windows Closed.
Clxlcago, i- ' 10- Health Commis-
,inner Evans In his effort to reduce
epidemic diseases to the minimum has
launched a crusade against lace cur.
tains,    ib   Bays;
"Bad ai'' is th cauBe of considerable
of Chicago's ill health and lace curtains, peculiar a- that may seem,
play their part In producing the bad
air. The first woman who placed lace
curtains .>n her windows did so In oi
der to keep out the din .and permi
only pure air  to enter lhe home
"Other   WOinen    who     followed     hei
custom,    however,    tnought    of   the
beauty of the eiirtains and purchased
better and better curtains until to.in.-.
they are afraid to open their windows
to let ln the air for fear the dust will
injure them."
PLAYED WITH   MATCHES,
BURNED  TO   DEATH
NEW WEtUNGToi
coa l
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COM
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL'
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Suce      |
Mayers & Prcston
Office,_Front St . P00t of ^
Phoiie 105,
P. O. Box 345.
Choice   Hams R
AT THE
Central Meal Ma
Corner  Light. Rt. _na    y-\^ 4
PHOm-   _7t_
BOWELL 4 ODDy    ProDnc,0���
������Salome"  Shocks   Philadelphia.
Philadelphia,   Feb    10.    rhe    forthcoming  production  of  Salome  al   Oscar HaiiiiiH'istein's Philadelphia opera
house    Thursday    night,    with     Ml
Mary  Garden  in  the  title    role.    h,v
aroused  the opposil Ion of  the i
of Philadelphia.    Sevi ral of the ministerial  hodii -   adopted  resolutions  of
protest today.   The house was sold oui
live  hours    al i       I   ���     ticket    office
open d.
Yiiiii-. li C, Feb. 10.- Willie, the
five-year-old <on of William Gray, was
fatally bui v I at his Salmo home, The
little fell iw v.. : ia'- Ing ��Ith matche -
which -. i his clothing on fire and he
wis horribly burned aboul the body
and face Thi child bad on at the
time ..ii. Mess and when tivi
-e,-ii  ��ii- enveloped In flames    Frantic , (Torts wen   mad., by one   of   his
ave    the    child    by
throwing wat.-r over him,  but  it  was
.    [ble to    ut out  the flames,
Boon   to   Magazines.
London, Fi i   10     Poi tms tei Gi v i
al Buxton i Idi ���  sing the Budle.\ chamber of    coninierc.     referri d    to    the
changes in magazine postage in Canada  which greatli   benefltt. d  pii
ers of  English    trade    journals    and
magazines.   Then   wen   now less than
six million   English magazines  in  circulation  in  Canada   which  wen
viously totally excluded on account   of
heavt  ��� is   '
Mrs.   Ralph   Smith on   Suffrage.
I ll a ������ i. Feb.  10,    Mrs   Ralph Smith,
wife of the member for Nanaimo, ad-
h ���   -, .1 the < ittawa Equal Suffrag   a
ion last   night,    on    votes    for
women  mid  was   tendered    a    h.
.>i ���   of Ihai
Prohibition   for  Florida.
i icksonvllle, Fla   Fi i. 10    A move-
in..in   for state w Ide    prohibition    for
!' ���     la wa     ��� gun here today at   the
in- ��� linn  of    th<     State     Anti-Saloon
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J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters.
Family trade a  ipe   a ty.
rel.  113. Office   Eight .*,.���
NEW   WESTMINSTER. E. C
"LAND SAKK
l never knew ���-��� . . |
goods here."   Thi
who  eoni,. for    ' :,j j,I
our Immense    oc ��� ..[
rlety  we
them our prici si
1 did noi kno...
I furnished in    :., i ��� -j
BE SORRY, 1 ]
of goods at
Speck & Crandell's
Wli.-n yon want j. I
Ing   done,   bui '. 1
��� ��� >��� writers or anj I
chlnery, -;.. to
Alex. Spcck|
Columbia St.    "Mai
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((The
Roast Beef of Old England'
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is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEP sold by
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd
has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. THURSDAY. FEB. 11, 1909.
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
PRISONERS FOUGHT IN JAIL.
Quarre, :      Over    a     Novel���Inmates
inted   Interference.
in.���Two oi the prlB-j
ocal jail. win. ure wait-
removed to the    central
serious mix-up in the
his morning.    While in
had some difference over
both wanted to read at
The quarrel continued
went   out   Into   the   yard.
���  came to blows.    The
irlaoners, who had    been
oners
Ing
prlsoi
i x. r<
the jail
a nov.
the    ���
whi n   ���
and thi
othi:
EXPLOSION Of ENGINE
CAUSES IWO DEATHS
Mail Service
"Owl"    Train    Locomotive
Blew Up  Near Mukilteo-
- No Passengers Hurt.
Evi ..ii.     Feb,   10.���Engineer
John
watching the controversy, formed    a Lenahan, of Sea tie, Is dead, Flremai
nu: ''    '   Prevented the  turnkey and  Car) Bloom ,_ ]nlssI umloul/
flrema,     o    Interfering, and allowed  ,.lll}  Ue_ dead under the wreckage ol
> .'"   \ "   b-tv"   ���< "",-   Th">'  the   locomotive   pulling     the    Great
touSht   '      Eullj   half  an   hour, until   v.,..,i.,.,.,,   n_, .���.,_  , ..
-\oiiiieiii   Owl  inun  iroiii   Vancouver
Ul,'-V ' un" exhausted, I which w,   ������,.., i ���i      ,   ������<
,,., wnitn was \\locked early this morning
When      was over one of the men ne��� MukUu.,,   VUsh _ whe_ ^ ,���.,,
;Ju"' '' ;' aose' ������������'*    !h"-v    were motive boiler exploded.
several i    ei Injuries on each of them,      v,,,,     ,,,-   ,.,     , ,_
.None   oi   the   ))iis.-<-ii_,.���!���.   were   In
! jlll-ell.
The accideul    occurred   aboui 6   I!
The pub- e'clocl-  this morning, while the train
No Tidal  Wave
Galveston   Tex . Pel. 10
Ushed i imor of the destruction of Port] was running al the rate of about te:
Limon   i'"t,i Rica, bi a tidal wave Is   m"'"   an hour.   The forte ui Ihe ex
I incorrect
plosion hurled th
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
e engine over a Btee
enbi n  ment and    Engineer    Lenabai
was thrown far out into the waters of
Pugel   sound.    Although  Internally Injured and his lefl leg ln-oU. n. the   -n
I'iiieer struggled   Into  shallow   water,
Exactlj   the   material  you   want   for  from where he was pulled ashore by
suits, made to order.   Perfect fit guar-  the conductor and one of the nan-en-
anteed. gei's on the train.   Lenahan tiled  *oon
afterward.
Fireman  B-loom, of Seattle, is missing and II i     ii leved lii -  mangled re-
Merchant Tailor mains win be found undi r the w,.<-u
P.  O.  Box 634. New V/estminster.   ;lK" "r ,hl' locomotive.
None of  the couches In  the    train
Opposite Windsor Hotel, I damaged excep)  ,^   u^,^   ^
  which was partially wrecked. The engine was completelj demolished. The
boiler was hurled down the track foi
^\C ATIW.P     R I IM IC d al8tance o��' '��� ,ha" "in feet'
HEE CHUNG
PYTMIAN
NEW  "   OF P. HALL.
Eightn  and   Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; atternoon,
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. Ou Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnish. _ skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
BUTLER ANNEX HOTEL
DESERVEDLY POPULAR
Visitors to  Seattle   Have   Only   Words
of Praise for Up-to-Date Hostelry
���Many Improvements.
People ui New Westminster returning from Seattle hnve word- of the
warmest commendation for the Butier
Hotel Annex, where the majority of
the residents of this place .-top when
NOTICE.
NOTICE ir. hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
| ..as this day deposited in the Land j��� tiu, clty across the line, and it ap-
Registry Office in the City of New pears that the courteous attention that
Westminster, British Columbia, the they are accorded there and the ex-
plan and book of reference of its (client servlci and numerous conven-
Westminster-Chllliwack Railway from lences afforded by this hotel, contrl-
the town of Huntingdon to the City bating much to the enjoyment of .a
of   Chilliwack,   passing     through   the trip to Sea;tie.
municipalities   of   Sumas   and   Chilli-
Th.. rapid rise of the Butler Annex
��� wack and the town of Huntingdon ���- jmblic favor slnce lt came m,ller
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
i rons four (4) and five (5) of the said
: railway as shown on the said pian
and approved by the Chief Commls-
' sioner of Lands and Works for the
l Province  of British  Columbia.
Dated   this    12th   day  of  January,
| 1909.
A. E. BECK,
j Solicitor for Vancouver Power Company. Limited.
I P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.        Res.  429
Gasoline Engines
, We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
l1. to 25 h   p., 2 and 4 cycle.    Best
the management of Carleton Gilbert,
is remarkable. Late last year when
he assumed this position, comparatively few guests would have been
seen in the big house. Now -even
hundred meals are served daily, and
there is seldom a day when the late
arrival has any chance of Becurlng a
room. The surer method of getting a
room at this popular hotel now is bj
advance requests for reservations,
The  success of this hotel,  however.
is a  perfectly   natural   result   of  til
Following are the hours of de*.pa'c_
ani arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given iu
each vise being the hou- of cloarhg,
���' h is half an hour, as a rule, be-
to re ihe actual despatch. All mails,
unle - otherwise stated, are despatch,
ed and received daily except Sunday,
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. south
ai ' C, P. It. east mails, not iucluding
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills  ,:; 1 Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
"" -i tn   i dosed iii eleven o'elock
��� vious   night)- -Vancouver    via
V.   N. R. "Owl." Victoria except Wednesday.
* "���" ' in     Vancouver via li. C. Hi,
ti: ���    illway.
-ui . tnd Seattle, Including all U,
S. Points east and south, and points
' ��� ������ ii New Westminster and Hunt
'<'������������' ��n   B.C., via C, P, R, south,
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all I'. S. points east and south.
also all points between New Westminster and Blaine, via t;. N. u.
Note.���Cloverdale and district  (C*_-
���-     Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin,Alluvia   and  Kensington   Prairie)    Huz.-i-
m ' '    Port   Kells,   Hall's  Prairie  and
1  despatched dally __cept on
Sunda      Clayton,   Monday,   Tuesday,
I <     and   Saturday;     Tynehead
and Bon Accord,  Wednesday  and Sat-
i ������   a  mails  are  all   received
lav - its de-patched,
l*.0u a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
C atral  Park, via ll. C.  Electric rail-
v. , .
10 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
b land mid South Westminster, by
courier  (Tuesday and  Friday'.
I :30 ;..in.--East Burnaby, by courier
2:00   [i.m.���Burquitlam,   by���courier.
-    0   p.m.���Ladner,    Port   Guichon,
ham  Island and Sunbury,    daily
except   Sunday;    Woodward,   Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,    via    "J.   C.
ii     e."    (Steveston  mail   despatched
���ived   via Vancouver, i
'- 10 p.m.���y-inouver and Piper
Sl  Ing, via G. N. R. north.
1:00 Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
Via II. C. Electric railway. Saturday
ai. extra mail is despatched to Victoria via Vancouver at this hour,
Blaine and Seattle, including all 0.
S. points east and south, via G. N. R.
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R east, Sapperton,
Fra    i   Mills and Coquitlam.
Malls   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine ana Seattle, iucluding -11 U. S. points, via G. N. it.
"Owl."
8:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday aud Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) aud Victoria., via B. C. Electric railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
cludln? all U. S. points; also ail points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer Favouiite. (Steveston despatched and received via Vau-
business methods of the manager. Mr.  couver.)
Gilbert has had an extensive experience in the business, having Leen connected with some of the largest hotels ! lam
on the i o.st. among them being the
well known Potter at Santa Barbara
He started in at the Butler Annex by
renovating the place trom basement
to roof,  tinting and refurnishing  the
12i'li)   to   1   p.m.���C.   P.   R.   east,
j Sapperton, Fraser Mills and    Coquit-
. value on the market.    Engines kept In   rooms nnd  purchasing  new  linen and
stock at ' silverware for the dining room.   Other
I changes will be made In fitting up a
W1 n.-w bar und a barber shop, with the
estminster.. I Installation of a new electric elevntor.
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,
1:00 p.m.-Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
7:O0 p.m.���Sumas an". Saattie, 'including all U. S. poiu-'i and pnfnr* between Huntingdon and New Westminster, via C. P. R. south: also Fraser
Mills.
WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at ."1:50, G: 50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until   11:30  p.m.
Curs leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11-.30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10.00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster,
These Improvements represent an expenditure of $9,000.
Aside from the comfortable furnishings   and   superior    service  of    'his
New Westminster I'�����'el-an ""i""'1*-111 'actor in its suc-
I cess has been Mr. Gilbert', wide acquaintance among the hotel men of
tho country, as well as among the
railway and steamship officials and
agents, where he is known as a first
class hotel man and a business man
of  correct   principles.
Mr. Gilbert has visited New Westminster and has many friends among
the hotel men and other business men
of this city.
Montreal Carnival Opens.
Montreal, Feb. 10.���The winter carnival opened today. The Ice palace
la not quite completed. The feature
of the carnival is the number of
American pickpockets which tho police
met at the station-, and ordered to
ieave Immediately, their numbers running Into scores. Heavy hall, large
as small marbles, was falling most of
the day.
Trains & Steamers
Great   Northern   Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:20 a.m.; ar. Seattle t p.m.
Lv. N.W. 4:35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. N.W.  12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m.; ai*.  N.W.  3 p.m.
Lv.   .Seattle 4:25   p.m.;   ar.   N.W.   9:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
G. N. R ��� Port Guichon.
No. 397 leaves New Westminster
3:50 p.m., arrive Guichon 6 p.m. Fridays: also connections by 10.10 a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
1:86  Thursday.
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive N.
W. 8:45 Fridays; also connections by
2 p.m. except Gulchon Tuesday and
6  a.m.  Thursday.
Lv. N.W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9:55
p.m.  for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
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THE  DAILY  NKWS.
TKURSDAV, rEB ,, 1se|
BEHOLD! IF
II DRAMATIC RECITAL GIVEN
AT ST. BARNABAS HALL
o   Arthur   P.   Brown   and   Friends   Enter-
I
SllCh   a   reduction    111     prices* YOU VWUIt a preparation for your  OI     t*in Large Gathering  Last Night-
for    first-claSS   groceries   WaS  X 0il ��'0th use Licluid Granite "B."   o Many Interesting  Selections,
,    j, . .,      *..     _ Por new floors use Liquid Gran-   <>
never bet ore given to the cit-; I jte ,.A.,
izens of New Westminster.  |  - ,  ���     A.n attractive   entertainment    was g
The prices given below are $ For the latest and most upt0 ��� presented last evenlnsat st. Bamabagjl
6 ^ date finish  use Johnson'i
exceptional   ones,   and  the t Dye.
goods-for quality -are un-,| "
.        _, .   ,     I For a good  varnish  use  Elastil-   *>
^U_pg?sed.   Give u$ a trmi, * !*
Tliese prices are strictly cash 11 _= .
prices
<��
<i
_  ���
li    For a good hard wood finish use   4
O     Luxeberry.
s Wood ,| ,)a11 ��y -Arthur P. Brown and ussocl-
atee. Kev. C. W. Houghton presided.
Mr. Brown was well received, and his
recitations thoroughly pleased the
audience,    particularly    the    cockney!
loud of Raymond Hour. This flour Is
equal to any other flour on the market
today and we guarantee it at $1.65 per
mannewsms.
His 'best selection, "Change of Treat-;
inert,"  from  W.  W,   Jacobs breathed]
t a-H tne bolfit-rous, genial humor    0��
i that author's sea-faring I.16-, nnd an-
i.    For polishing  all woodwork  one  X  other      ambitious     effort      was     th.
Jotin'son'* Prepared Wax. 11 "Urotmi's  Story,"    from    Sir    Conan
We have just received another car-|{ __ $)boy.-*_ books. Of another kind Tenny-
B_tt*_ poem of the "Revenge," dealing
with Sir Richard Grenville'B famous
fight,   received    adequate    treatment,
I
II Anderson &
Lusby
<���   Columbia Street
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:
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We make a specialty
Of
Iir    doors,
steamed and kiln
dried
W. E. Walsh
w.
E.
Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End
of  Th
'rd
Avenue.
Phone 413.
New Westminster.
Arrangi men:- are  nearly conipli ted
for   the   monster howling tournament
���^ ^  j^ * on Mondaj and 'i'n. sday. Feb. 15 and
|  _P1 J-^^f   f^NO\^ I'.-iuns will lie iireseni from Seattle.
Belllngham, Victoria   and    Vancouver
sach   and  $6.25  per barrel.    Straight
de  Hungarian Hour    $1.25   a sack.
'This  Hour    is    in  great    demand    for
���;ii| or pastry.
Hie besl B, C. granulated sugar
��5 7.',.
Twenty pound sacks B. C. sugar,
���>'    1��5 per sack.
Tea In three pound pure Ceylon ua-1
.-���   wood  boxes for $1.00.
Empire Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria Cross  tea 40c  per lb.
Coflee of the very finest Mocha and
.  .vii. ground or unground, 25c  per lb.
Two quarl  bottle of the very finest
ckles only  2.*.c per bottle.
Thre... bottles of  pickles  for 50c.
Malta Cero 5c a   package, or elghi
ackages for 2r,e.
Five tins salmon ior 25c
Sardines   10c   per  tin
Finnan Haddie 10c per lb.
.'���.rn per tin 10c.
Peas p't tin  10c.
Three  tins of pork and  n-au-  for
Two Hi. tin marmalade 25c per tin.
1
Bighi  bars of    the    fines!    laundry
.in for 25c.
Eighl  bars of to let    oap for 2ac.
rhree packages of poult j   food for
I'-e.
1
Three packages of laundry    starch
���  25c
Thre,- packagi s of corn starch    for ���
-'".
Two largi tin 1 ol St Ch 1 1, - evapor- j
it< .1 cream 25c.
Tun lbs ol . ��� nio mon i ������ dl
for 25c Two  heads   are   bettei     than    one.
... .. .,.       'Both of \on come    and    choose    the
rhree lbs, m        Bes snaps for 2
, piano.    Our  ?tock of pianos is    large
Baking powd,     Wh-:,   S        . ani] varied   lncluding rnan, makes  ,n.
Bim   Rii .eaf,   20c[eluding upright and player.    Every in-
���*"  ,in strument is warranted, and has a full,
3Weei   tone,     erfect   mechanism,   ex-
(  qulsite  touch,   nn!   looks  fi*   for    the
drawing room of a quei n.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES j.H.Todds Big Music Housei
and  an Irish  favorite  served  to bring
out the native hum<>r.    Every time the;
reciter was warmly welcomed and   en-!
cored.
Edward Bull sang "The Admiral's j
Rroom" and "Three for .lack" among
other pieces, and received much up-!
plause. Little Miss Anley recited well,;
and pianoforte solos were played by 1
Miss Thompson, the accompanist; andl
Miss Mitchell.
The proceedings terminated with    b
tableau   entitled   "The   Last  Rose    of.
1
Summer" by a number of local girls,
but it did not turn out as successful'
as mieht be expected, as the children |
had not  been sufficiently trained.
BOWLING
We are showing
New Prints
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Ginghams _��____ Muslins
Hundreds of new pieces of English Prints, Zephyr
Ginghams in neat stripes and checks, Radium Foulard, Swiss Spots, Flowered Organdies, Cross-barred
and Striped Satin-finished Muslins, Ducks, Drills, etc.,
are now opened up ready for your inspection. Kvery
person likes to see the new Spring Wash Fabrics in
the new designs, and we extend an invitation to one
and all to visit the Wash Goods section today.
Order a Piano
at once.
(t wo I .
A handsome silver trophy will be
giv,n for a five man team event, while
first class prizes will bo given for a
two man team, and Individual eon-
tests.
On Tuesday all local enthusiasts
will attend a banquet to the visitor>
at the Hotel Russell at 9 p.m,
Owing to  the  grocers team  not  be
ing present, th.   Royal City mills >��� am
claimed the game bj default las: even-
ling,
BADMINTON TOURNAMENT
New All- Wool Panamas and Satin Cloths
in the Dress Goods Section
Advance lines to hand indicate what may be expected later on. Among those materials to hand are
Duchesse Satin Cloth in the new Cinnamon Brown.
Navy, Black, etc., and Chiffon Panamas, in various
widths and weights, Serges and Fancy Lustres, etc,
;k
COLUMBIA  STREET.
ODD  FELLOWS'  ELOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
Tuesday and
Wednesday
Specials
Ladies' Dress Skirts from
$1.95
We Ha
ve
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the belt quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION        T
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Weitmintter.
Good progn s- u being made in the I
Badminton tournament al the armouries, the finals bi Ing reached on Saturday.    The games sel for today are as
follows:
Men's singles
A. E, Greanie plays \V. Russell.
O. Peele plays I), c. Tuck.
Winni r of Gei nnd Russell match '.��
tys  winn, . -    of    Peele   and    Tin-
match.
I     Ladies' singles-
Miss A, Leamy plays .Miss Pi
Mixed doubles���
Miss   A    Leamy   and   <).   '
1 Mi.-   V. Coi i.oiilii and J, A
1    Miss   c.   Corbould   ar
j lion!.! play Miss Collon
Ladi.s- Doubli a-
.Miss Pei:,. 'mil
Mi-    Collon  and
Mi n's doubh
O, Peele 1      '*
j,i\ .1. 11. Diamond pla> J
.ti-,1 11. c. Tuck.
<-lii*er and J. S. ('lute, Jr., play
���*4l a.-] E. N. Sutherland,
.'<������ ���:.. plaj
Motherwell,
d   C.   E,   Cor-
aml \V. Hn sell.
Miss Shlldrlck play
Miss  Collon
It. (Irani
A, Wh
A. Run
Solicitor to Miners.
orldge, Feb. 10. W. c. Sim
��� , barrister of Let-bridge, has
appointed BOlicltOr and counsel
district is of the United Mine
orkera of America for the province
,f Alberta, it is the Intention of the
mine workers to strictly enforce the
w     men's Compensation act.
Letl
' mom*,
' be. n
io
\V
UP.
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Ladies' Underskirts from
$1.25
rp.
This M eans Money
��������� to You..*
Vaencouv��01f   offer you l)u>'s in New Westminster,
'     ;hilliwack ami suburban acreage that
A. J. BIRTCH
"THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
THINGS   AR'
suburban acreage
. sure and quick money-makers.
VANCtHJ-
_   HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
QUICKLY.
 M___a^^^Maa.^
__ F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ��""""
Advance showing of
New Dress Skirts
Chiffon Panama Skirts, in the newest styles, have just
arrived by express. The same well-made makes oi
skirts are to be found in oui' Skirt Department.
These new arrivals are seven and nine-gored, with
satin strappings and folds of same material.   Several
styles are shown with buttons as trimming down panel front. Colors are
Navy, Brown and Black. Lengths are
86 to 42 inches.   Each:
$5.75 to $12.00
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE  EOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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