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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
A88URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
VOLUME !
NUMBER 36,
 NEW WESTMINSTER, B.  C FRIDAY MORM..,,. FEBRUARY 12, 1909.
IVER Ai BOWSER
HAVE DAILY CLASH
fcterday's   Verbal   Battle
Concerned the G. T. P. -
Too Much Given Away.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY,
���ci i la,  i'
FOHESTRY AUTHORITIES
GATHER IN QUEEN CITY
INDEPENDENT OIL       TERMINAL SITES
COMPANIES ORGANIZE
Canadian Forestry Association  Listens
to Papers from  Distinguished  Men
���Practical  Subjects Discussed.
c,  1'X-b.   11.���Consider-
In   (he   business  ol!  Una
waa made today, the followiaig
.,     , iv read a third time and
l     in.,   insurance   Policy     act
Inii-ut;     Public    Inquiries     act
a. Succession Duties    aci
j,,,:i,.:...   and  ihe   Meadow   Creel.
������:���   icl
r |        nd n -ding  of   ihe   Qrand
,:   Railway   bill   provoked
i eiissioi i.eiween John
r, Delta, .ml the Hon  W. .1. Bow
general,  the former af
, ii ihe previous negotia-
..,e: nnieni   had  given  too
L llw'aj corporation.
for   ih.-     government,
:,. .| si \ vnl ul' the in"!.���
I,,- is   of   the agreement!
��� ii ilii       vi  e:  was finally
Toronto, Feb. l). The first meeting
of the two day's gathering of the
Canadian Forestry association m the
University building, here attracted a
large gathering, and a number of valuable papers on Forest Conservation
wer,- read bj experts. A banquet under the auspices ,,i the Toronto board
of trade waa served iu the evening.
Among  those reading   , api rs  at     the
convention   uiv:
Missouri Association to Show
Governor They Can Furnish Plenty Oil for State.
SOUGHT BY RAILWAY
SCHOOL TRUSTEES DISCUSS
BUILDING OPEKATIQNS
C N. R, Offer to Purchase
Brunette Mill Site Declined
By Directors.
Committee   Appointed   to  Meet  Teach-
ers with  Reference to Coming
Social  Gathering.
THREE ENGINEERS
WILL INVESTIGATE
���Sl- '- ��"is, Fi , n The Independent oil associa Ion . to be organized
here tonight au I v ,,,,. will be taken
to show Gov, .ii-,- ii, rbert 8. Hadlej
thai there i no ui j of considering
ihe Standard Oil's proposition on the
ground thai withoul the Standard In
Missouri  ih. ;,(  aot  De enough
ml   to   supply    ih..   -lute's   needs.
Representatives   oi   the  large   Inde-
! i" ud. ui compi iv    ,. || i,j.,n the inde-
���\n -.fi.    io purchase iho site of the
Brunette sawmills at   Sapperton    for
terminal   imrpo.se-'   by   the   C   N.   It. |
comi anj  was received    recently,   but'
Al ii uieeting of the school board
held yesterdaj evening, Trustees T. .1.
Trapp and John Peck were appointed
a committee lo confer with a committee representing the teachers of   the
the directors of ih.- company rejected
city
hools  next   Thursday   with   ref-
the offer lernce to u social gathering which    it
It  Is understood  thai  following  the U8 proposed to hold in the near future,
visii of li  D. Mann, vice-president   of iand ai   which teachera au<i    trustees
the Canadian Northern  Railway com- will frunternlze.    Details of ihe social
l1""^ tu the city, i.n offer was   sub- win i���   settled al   the   meeting   nexi
oclation.    Th.-y    are mltted ;,, Lhe company, approximately week
reilners   of    Indiana, $250,  for the large triangular block     Trustee Peter Peebles reported with
Kansas and Oklahoma.    It Is reported on which the mills stand between the reference to lender    tor   a   retaining
thai F. C Brelsnyder, head of the Belt Frasor and   Brunett,    rivers,   for   the LllU  ,,, ,Im. bo���er  mc>II1 a,  ������,  Wefit
Aubrey   While, deputy  mlnistei    ol'|OU company, will be presideni of the terminals,   deep   water   nnd   splendid I g|()e Sl h,,;il    .rj    matter was left for
lands and forests, Toronto, "Tbe 'liniv"' '  '"l"'''r'i. facilities being afforded for a  railway  n,,.  |JUiidlng committe
Counsel for Power Company
Criticises Opposition of
Local Residents.
Dr, U. li.
forestry  iu  Toronto    imlve-sity,
Foresi   Conditions oJ   Canada."
���eraow, .,: the facultj of
Th.
F i pendent  Oil    a
producers    and
he
111
Royal,
X ivil
vi'ii'    acl   i" regulate
lain proi Isions and sub-
. B. .nnd 11in.���   Ic
u hlch   ales can b.   made
'   ���: ���    will be drafi
Ive i ouncll.
i thwaite's shops        i
Ini. in   was lii.iii-li
v, imi  was .1 "<
for Nanaimo inti-i
, ill bring in another j
ime effeel. bm upon
jUNCE discovery of
germ killing vaccine
Resources of Ontario."
('. Whitman,     Uinapi
S., "Foresi    Conditions
Scotia."
Abraham Knechtel, Ins n ctoi
iiii.in in-esi and .-nine n sen
tawa, 'The Dominion Fore
sen es "
Carl    RIoi dan,   ge_<-ial   uialiaj ��� ���   of
',"���    Riordan    rap.      .\n;v   company,
' Th,   Lnteresi  of thi   Pai -  Manufac
ll   Coi   ervatfvi   Foi   stry."
!   Iwoo i   Wilson,    for.    er   for    the i
Lain*, nl !'!������    Paper ujiany,    i Irand
Mi ri    Qu  bee.
Dr. ('. Ir Hon e, I, cturer In foi e
' Universltj   nf Toronto    'Forest   Management mi the BlUmon  Estate, North
Carolina."
R .1  Zat Itz, lecturei In forestrj. On-
' tario    n., Icull ural    college,     Quelph,
| company.   The directors  of  the corn-
New Race Track for Vancouver.        pan}   have  several   other     mill    site*.
Vancouver,  Feb   11.���Ii   is  reported cl    ,��� at hand, and 11  ha*,  been freel;
fi im California thai the southern Byn-jSiated   thej   contemplated   another  lo
pom-  dlcate which is organizing a    tring of  cation should extension- lie made
0   |rnc'
Ri
i;e to deal   with.
Mr.   Peebles also  presented plans and
specifications  foi    i  lavatory    in    the
The Westminster delegates have returned from .he second meeting with
the provincial executiv. on Wednes-
daj morning with reference to the
Coquitlam lake dam, proposed to be
bull] b) in.. Vancouver Power company
K. 0. Bodweli, K..c. appeared for
the power company, nnd F. C. Wade,
K.C., for the Dom ni.>n government,
Th.- delegation Included representatives um onl*} from ifila . Iiy, but from
Coquitlam, and ih. company was officially represented bj General Manager   Sperling   mid   Assistant   Managi
(Hover.
Further Delay Sought.
Another  adjourment   was  asked  to
obtain  ih,   services and  report of an
boys' Central school, and gave details  Independent  engineer, and  this appli
tracks  in   Mi sico, in expectation I
Mi
M.iim   cam
io   111.     I I
oI  thi   closing  v
and   Washington,   will
In  California  when  on  lhe coast, and two or ihr.
'.,!    a    ii- w   local ons app. a ed lo nlm ns ��� nil
i v'k ,n Lulu island, seven miles from   v   lea I  om   other  favorable location
Vancouver.   The option on the ground  hn    led to treatment  .\iih the owner?,
secured last  fall. Iso far witln.ui succi
DELTA ROAD QUESTION
IS BEFORE COMMISSIONERS
Waste Land Planum.
i     After two    years'
.  e( ine  which, ll   is j
fully check the gei ras
ood-poisoning    and
been discovered In
nl     Tilflii-     n,,
inci ni' nt  I -    made!
othj    l.-'iu y,    hi    I
. ���   v   school,
woik.d   into   pine-
.. - a !',anced    \ SI
of London, that     li a i
illj   create   nu   antl-
i for all living gi   m-
: I       In other    words,
blood f< i ni a poi on
I lh ini-- ���_. i ins of the
which   ii   comes    In
Bonrd  of  Railway  Commissioners  Will
Again   Hear   Long   Standing
Grievance.
LABOR LEADERS DISCUSS
IMPORTANT SUBJECTS
Among the applications to coin,
... the rallwaj  commissioners, when
:,. ,   meet in  \ anci i .������
wi >���'���,. are the following:
.\ii    application    from    the    munl-
Samuel   Gompers  and   John    Mitchell  clpallty of Delta for an order restraining   th
BOTBERED BRIDEGROOM
WOULD STOP SFRENADERS
Seeks   Injunction   After  Three   Nights
of Cowbells, Tin Pan Jingles and
Horse   Fidaies.
��:: li   reference to tbe  need  of altera-
iIon ��� in ihi   ,n imbin      The .   mait. rs
will  lie all. ll.I,- 1   in.
Th.. ovei How of v. n ��� ������ n ai. r al      i
(',  i nil   school   grounds   was   referred
in  Chairman  James   Loree,    of    ihe
groun l - e.iiiiiiiiit. e, tor action,
An invitation from ihe members of
ihe < itj council 10 in1**' them this
, , ��� ning was declined, none of the
trustees being able to attend
Oih.T business transacted by the
hoard .vi- mostly nf a routine nature.
COLOR LINE FAILS TO
STAND IN ENGLAND
I'acouiu,   Fi ii.
i.i   a   charivari
, I
Appeal  to Government  in  Behalf
of  Unemployed   Men.
V .   V.  .-v   1!
���rossing or Interfering
I ��� ���       ibmltting
ulghi     tor    a
"ii    'l ii     '.    wi ������;,.   V.'.   \    Robinson,   who  a   week
.  : I. i  Mi ���    i;.    Locke,   today
in.i,l.   a  n'liipl.iini   at   the  prosect!
:n torn, j's Office and  aski ,1  that    liis
from . toi in. ntoi    In  ai rested
Rlvi r      Robinson is engin. ��� r at thi
railway
with ne
Manager   of   Skating   Rink   Apologizes
in Court for Having  Refused Admission to  Negro  Student.
I., iii.i, ,n.
ow , :   draw   ihe
Hi ii. li. Aii attempt to
color line, creating a new
iu  this  country,  met    with
oad on the south   ank of the Fraser, housi   of ihe   Taeotua    Railway   and departun
and  for a mandatory ordei    directing | power c innj ai Fern hill, and when  -'.-mil   failure   today   at   Birmingham,
thi
railway to restore that  portion of married notice was
S.  I'I
,,i nn hin by where an effort was made to exclud
e a
Washington, Feb   11 obleins
disi n-'-.  i  ai   ...     conl    ell.I
leaders  yest  i daj   as     sugges ��� d      i}
S, ci ��� ia)*}  11- ai  s   s   nus, of i ie de
pa    llli ll!   >.l   ..,mile i v      nlln 101.     iniii.   theor}.   ll   was  cludi d legislation to ex ��� u ! tho
Ible to Inj. cl into  boai  Inspec Ion servlc   to the Inspec-
ins and that    after tion ol   locomotive  boilers;   considers
| . j   uiu   ,,,.,,,    this tion of statistics of   Immigration    In
.all living germs of|connection     with     emigration;
���  ���
River mad to the same
as prior to June ;'���". 1 '.'"*���
condition a aum'uei of his    acquaintances   thai   negro student of the university from
thej   would s md.. liiin nightly  for the  local  skating  rink.   The Incident
|EPH0NE GIRL IS
HEROINE   OF   FIRE
P in     Following the re-
lack Binn*. ih,   wire
th.   steamer Republic,
M,u Donnelly, a nlghi telephone
���1 iw, ir a heroine ear
i in.. which destroyed a
' il the Wabash railroad,
ol ie in ly half a million.
thl    I!  S   1 nee,]   about    ,,. : .
|ll"'; llialueil al III.   swiieh
1 , PIT, roil I       -m  !
-iiiii-   ..I   the   lire   unlil
lij   smoke.    Clerks
i",i i in front of iii"
���" l carrli d her to a place
'    -lv wa. revived
and
meat,:- eii', ctlvene.. - of the No :���
prize, which Presideni R iosevel( derated i" the foundatb n fo the promotion of Industrial p-
Secretary Straus urged that railroad
locomotive boili rs bi .' iced ;'- law
under the supervision of the team-
boat Inspection ��� -
Gonipei pointed out that
    labor* rs    �� Ho,
The British Columbia  Mills. Timber]- ra0nth.
_ Trading compan}  allege    excessive
freight rates  between Vancouver ami
Burnab} on the V . W. ,'��� V.
\ Thompson, of Dewdney, makes
Inquiries regarding cxpri ss charges
of the Dominion Express company on
milk shipments.
c. \V. T. Piper a-! - an order directing ihe Greai Northern Railway company to construe! ii linn to the premium of the Brl'annla Trading & Lumber company ni  Burnaby lake
ll.. thoughi  ii a joke when  aroused  a   heated
controversy,    The
lh--j  notified bim. students   took   up   the  negro's   cause
-Hut   after  the;,  came  around    the and  hired a lawyer to oppose the re-
third nlghi and for several hours kepi   newel of the rink's license,
ih- family awake    with    an    Infernal      lhe management of ilie rink apolo-
jangle of cowbells, tin pan- and horse glzed In court today and promised not
li. dies,'  -ai,l Robinson loday, "I began to ruak
to think  Ihey  were In earnest.    Lasi   future,
eight  I  turned the hose <m them bul:
any  race distinction  In    Hie
it didn't seem  to dampen  their ardor,
i  think they mean to keep it up for
i I.i   month."
.\ list of the names of the offenders
MAN  WEARING  DIAMONDS
ENLISTS IN   U.  S.  ARMY
FOR   PRIZE   ESSAY  ON
\ ',n-   given   the
.,,1   they   were
prosecuting  attorney I
ordered   to   leave  the
special
GOVERNMENT OF   EMPIRE   P-ibinson  family  alone.
Samuel
tlniosi   _'.
irevlous    to
October, 1907, had been employed, now _nipii   In it- I
U,,.K,(I the streets.   Congr. -s. he ?ald, nouiiti   that an anonymous donoi  has
had   provided   instant   relief    for    the offered J  prize of 100 guineas (15101
Italian sufferers by fhe Italian earth- |foi ihi    ���-! ��� **���'   '
London, Feb. 11. -The Standard    ol
tomorrow wlll ;ui-
ihe Governanci
^nnsylvanla Wars on  Negroes.
Fob,   II.    In   a   raid   early
"!.'" nf Brownsville,  I'a .
'    '"" roes   who   have   1 i
'' "li" COke ovens. All were
1 ���'" -i   hearing   later   and
" '" 'Ve town except  six, who
'"il pending au    Investlga-
01    " i    c*cords
|ul, v
ami
quake,   bui  when rellel   Is  asked f_f of aim.   i-"!'^. r_. ��, ;
American laborera, it  .    styled  pafe,       Tl     "'���;.'.___!��� ^in^barteclion
aitli'les
nilisni and i- .hen no consideration. WHh ��   *��r\m of
John  Mitchell said ),  to 5.-        ��� I i��) s,r;.^;5^.^ck
 ,000 in. ii i'i tills countrj  now a ���
un. mployed
LABRADOR  MISSIONARY
COMING   TO  THE   COAST
in  Pittsburg and
cording  to  th.  Browns.
ith s in.isi  of the negroes
r"     vn.. bu,'
Ipolloo maj
Iv
irg and l-i't here when
wholesale arrests oi
I    'l��d Cauple  Engaged to  Wed.
'  ���      ''"      l'he rumors of ihe
I etween   Princess  Pnlricn
J.'"' ;"1 the ('mint of Turin.
���        'the link,. nr Abruzzl, are re-
Hie Maliino.    This be-
"il.   il   lis    said,    by
..' sr,l,  who  was not   inclined
���'. '   favor  upon   the   efforts
'   '"' iho  Aibruz.l   to  wed
n    RUdn.
of
in-.
Seattle,    Feb.   11.���Dr.  Wlllard    T
Qrenfell, who looks after tbe tnedica
n is nf in- .le.p   -vi   fishermen
Labrador, and hero of ihe novel,
Luke of the Labrador," Is on a I* ''' '
tour of the lulled States and Canada
and will  he in  Seattle March  I1'
Dr. Qrenfell is an  BngllahnTan and
was educated at Oxford.   He has I "
administering to the Baherfol- "i '
bleak Labrador coast for the i'nsl
years, his expenses being ni�� L !'
irlliuilons from prominent En
md American'*.
. hiii'-n
Attempt Opening Hat Factories,
Newark, N, J.. Feb. 11.    *�����   '
was made today to reopen    ,:"
fifteen hai factories ot this
nonunion shops from * '
label was to he excludi 1.
applied for work In' i
lories which were open  I  "��� "
recent !\
in
tl,,   Standiinl of Kmi'iiv.'ou this topic,
nl,*(l, aiv nndcrStc^ijgUJJ-ave, at tract ���
,,,,1-ideraliie   aHeiitiiiu  in   Canada
,,,!,, f parts of ihe empire.    The
roiniietitloh, i' is auuounced will clos,
l��� s..|iieiiibei.^     ,-,? _ -..-,._..
��� .'.���; 'l..ii"Cr,n '-\ ���
WIRELE-S  TEL'tiG^A^HV-
FOR -biiNDtUGBOATS
?'' V- .
,.,,,,   'lV.rwn*l;Wl3'^1ft.*^rile  Pllgel
s,,iM,,| Timboiit* ^MiilWn^ has' decided
10 install  wireless  teWrHphy  on    lis
���  '���-    , -~rAaA���4���._. .
...-   ij.ivhnnls
t-Kir
|1(,,.|   of  lowbOiil-ij
\��� engineer aiiH\<bfflif?*.$_wi.��� rday
,,, ,,,-iall the-api)CTjBt^i*i. the    lug
���**�����-
Mgr. Kenn._y M_��>-H_*H Bishopric.
Koine, Feb. H,���A^Jislslory of the
congregation -f^cardiqftla; was held
this morning under Cardinal de Lai. It
|g reported that the vacancy In the
bishopric of Cleveland. O., was dis-
i
cussed and that it wa- decided to propose that the pope appoint Mgr. Kennedy, rector of the American collegi
to this post. The rumor, how-
,.,,���. is Impossible ,.f verlflcntion,
Portland,  Ore.,   Feb.  11.   A
dispatch from Spokane io the Evening
Telegram Bays  Harold   M.  Ives, aged
26, well dressed and wearing diamonds,
and   who claims  io  have played    the
market unsuccessfully In Chicago, has
,1   States   army
there.    Ives claims to have paid $60,-
000 for a seal on the Chicago board of
light   by  the  Australian  liner I trade.    As  a   reference    the    recruil
reached pori today from named \V. ll. Van Slcklen, -mid to be
the  naval    disaster    in  a capitalist of Geneva, ill.
FIFTEEN  BLUEJACKETS
DROWNED IN 8YDNEYIenlisted  In the U'nii
I--. iv
11
Further    new*
Victoria
was  i
Miiana whir
Bydney,    of
Sydney  harbor   where  a   pinnace  from 	
ll. m. s. Encounter containing   stxtyLR|CE 0F MAY whEAT
cation for adjournment was supported
by F. C, Wade, K.C, who, l'or the
Dominion i; ivei anient, raised th.
question of i dei ,1 right -. as the ar, a
i - in the ��� ��� Iwa '��� It, which he de
elm, d wi ie the vi , ;,| ii,, coquitlam as In the Llllooet river, which in
in- Burrard Power compan} ease were
now before the exchequei court at
Ottawa. II. n-ged dela} until thai
decision  were given
Eighty-six Coquitlam ratepayer;
petitioned the governmenl to continue
i'i" work. For the Vancouver Power
. ompany, Mr. Bodweli said: Our op-
ponenl i have i I ready bad sufflcleni
time rn get expert advice, but have
not .Ion.- so, To grant their request,
for a. di lay of thri e or four month.,
would mean the loss of a year to us
in this work. They need have no fi
of danger to their water supply, Eoi
we will guarantee oth an efficient
service and purity. We hav- alrea.i..
given ihera the opinion of Mr. Schuy-
: i'. one of the most expert engineers
in America. Now ihey want time to
gel an ..pinion oppo Ing that if thej
can."
This last siai. in, :n was denied by
the Westminster delegation, and the
speaker then i-uggest.-d, "the govern-
iii. in at once appoint its own engineer
in make an Indepi u l- ut report. Let
Westminster get one if they want to.
In the lnteresi of the public the government should a;,,i,,nit ,me Tor itself, mid the more competeni he Ie
the better we will be pleased." With
reference to Mr. Wade's objection, Mr,
Bodweli argued thai In any .vent th-:
Dominion bad waived its right by consenting to the building of the dam In
the flrsi  place.
Five Weeks Granted.
Th,. delegation secured a delay till
March 17. Presideni of the Council
Carter-Cotton, saying, "We will by
that date expect both Westminster and
Coquitlam to be prepared to state
their views and position. They will
have time to gi I experl advice, Meanwhile the government will have its
own engineer's reporl upon the whole
question."
bluejackets was run down  by the col
liei   Illinium,,  nnd   lii1' en   sailors   were
drowned,    The   collier    passed    over
the wrecked boat  and   the   confused I
mass or struggling men,    Boats from
the natal depot and    warships   and
from  ih.   Dunmore   saved
men
The   sailors   wei
practice  and   were  encumbered   with
uniforms,     licit-,    water
lilies.     Divers   trom   lhe   warships   recovered most of ih,. victims, who were
hurled   in   a   Joint   grave   with     naval
honors.
forty-five
landing  for  till.
inhered
bottles    and
PASSES  SEASONS RECORD
.New V.nla, Feb il- The hlgbe i
iprice nf the Beason for .May wheal was
| reached In the Produce exchange m-
jday. when that option sold al $1.18 3-8
j per bushel,
A scarcity of cash when;, good ex-
i port di man.I, a higher foreign market
i and the strong position of the Chicago
j bull leaders turnl-hed the bftsh for the
advance.    New crop    months,   while
strong,  were  not   so  buoyant   as   the
May delivery,
WOMAN  WHO KILLED
PURCHASER   PARDONED
Columbus, o., F"b 11- -Governor
Harmon last nlghi pardoned Miss
Marie Rennaido, the Cleveland woman
serving a life sentence In 'he penitentiary for murder, on condition that she
return to Italy Cleveland women
will raise funds I
the old country
ICONTEMPLATING VISIT OF
BASKETBALLERS  TO  COAST
Winnipeg,      Feb.    10.���The    Young
Men's Christian association basketball
team Is considering an extended tour
to Vapoouver, meeting teams all tbe
way. Considerable correspondence
has been carried on without complet-
her passage to] Ing arrangement*. However,'the association has imi entirely given up the
Mis* Bennardo killed Ratel Barbfttoi pi,.-,, and It la Quite |ios*ftbl$ thai they
when he tried to get j-ossenslon. of her, \-iri n>:-i. ��� ihh trip, starting in the
nft. r btivlrm in - fr.r*in(1 -,.iri.\ pari of March.
SUGAR   TRUST   ACCUSED
OF  USING  CHEATING  SCALF.
New   Y>.rk.   Feb.  11, -With  a  scale
wheeled   into   the   court   room  and  Set
iii position before the jury, counsel
for the government In its suii against
th- American Sugar Refining company
today demonstrated the methods
through wheh it is alleged that the
company defrauded the customs revenue by underwelghtng BUgar imports.
Albert II. Lain!.-it. a scab- expert from
ihe government mint al Philadelphia^
superintended the demonstration. The
scales were indetiiieal with those used
by  the  sugar company.
WILL  MUSH  FROM
DAWSON  TO  SEATTLE
Dawson, Y. T., Fell. 11.���To win a
Wftger, William CoOflei' loft here today
on a '"UK "mush" overland to the
Seattle exposition. Cooper began his
journey at Yaldez. Nineteen hundred
miles ah--inl of him Is a wilderness.
Through an untracked stretch he faces
1000 miles of British Columbia with
tbe Yukon telegraph line for guidance.
In order io win *hc wager he mns:
reach Seattle by April io. Cooper
lake-- a team of "-i,: do11'' a" '^e way.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEB
a���"**
TO  CONTRACTORS.
'Pen.ie- -  are   invited   until   Moi '
the l ith Inst, for a brick bloi k I
erected on Columbia street, New West
minster,   plans and speclflcatl ms ma.
be seen   il  the office of the Don I i
Trust  i lock   New Westminster, or at
Parr    &    Fee's office,    570 Granvill.
street    Vancouver.    Lowest   or    an.\
tendi !��� i:       eeessinily accepted.
PROPOSES PUBLISHING
IMPECCABLE PAPER
New Sheet tu Be Independent of Politics and Avoid
Scandalous Stories.
Montreal, Feb.  IL,    Henri Bom i
managing editor of La Publlclte, Ltd.,
I Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- ftc. J
*^';^:"!!-!!'::::';!-C"!!'-!;-;:s-::;-;;--!. i -: ���i;l-; i,u! l',,l'lh the prosp ictus of his new
������-~,-���.,~���~^~-���~-^~���^���- -        company,  who.-,-  object, according   to
LOS1     U Pythiahakating rink, lady's 1 tbe tlUe pag6i ,.is    t_    | ( ._ _'   hv
purse  containing money, gloves and moaus o�� ],,(.[I11VS|  M,uks   pami)blellJi
K,.,       Please return to Dall)   ^^ revIews and  newspaper    publications
��ff*ce-  | the moral   and   material   progress    of
the French-Canadians."    u> capital is
$ 100.000.
The lirst work of the company,
sn\s the prospectus, will be the Issue
of a daily paper in Montreal, under
'" d | the direction of Mr. Bourassa himself with an editorial staff such as
in, othei v ' ,v i '' ' vT.in I
,'ii.wn In man) ..ears. Thl
will avoid illustrations, sensational
-lories, icandals of police courts and
resorts, in make room for ideas and
facts adapted for the support of iis
doctrines, and calculated to lnteresi
Intelligent men, It will be absolutely
Independi nl of political and financial
Influence, and its policy will be highly
militant.
WANTI
!D         B
y
experienced
book
keep.
.     :: all
set
hooks tO kee.
dur-
ing bi
���are tini
Address X. B
243,
Dall)
New,-.
.
WANTED       Competent
lad; Sti nogl apher desires position
in ,, iround vicinity of Westminster Address Mi.-s J,, care Dally
News
WANTED   in purchase a good   house
for   i ash   from   owner.    State   full
I i tlculars   of  house  and   were    ll
uate l     \ Idi   ��� . T.S., Care of L. W.
Henderson, City.
WANTED A married man want-
work: used to all kinds; wants constant employment. Apply Royal Pacific Realty.
FOR SALE���Six lots, *30xl20 each, cor-',
ner Richmond and Eighth avenue; j
?lfiO each; cash. A. L. Bryant. 1524 |
Charles street, Vancouver.
WANTED���Man and wife to occupy
house with other tenant. For particulars address P. O. Box 1, City.
TO RENT���One largo furnished bed
room, n-ar library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.    Apply 2S7 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; service? required from 1 to C p.m. Mrs. Dr
Jones, Royal avenue.
WHEN   GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU
BIG REDUCriON OF
DUTIES ON LUMBER
Compromise Arrived At in
Washington Congress After Vigorous Opposition.
MADE IN CANADA
0pERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS
Feb
Daniel Sully.
Washington, u C, Feb. Ll.���n j,
now regarded as i srtain that the
duties on foreign lumber will not be
removed by the Incoming congress,
owing to the vigorous opposition of
American sawmill interest..
However, a basis of compromise has
been reached by the ways and means
committee, to which bus been entnu i
ed the task of drafting the new tariff,
li is en nc,-, |,.(| thai the lumber duties
w ill be reduci d 50 per cent. This dues
not apply to the duly on shingles,
which will not liki ly be maintained,
a good case for protection bavins
been made out by the Pugel sound
shingle manufacturers. Coal is almost sure to be placed on the tree
list.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Makes Your EXPENSES Light
Mako�� Ypur.^ISCjWJ-TS Lij-tit
rv1^^t1i-Ai:Al-ES Light
* ���vTake. YouirvBJUN-v.l-gl.t
Makes Your LABOR Light
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Feb. 27    The Burgomaster.
Ma "li   I     Kerry   Gow.
Mllll.i, 3,   Stubborn Cinderella,
^,.,.,.1, p,    uncle Tom's Cabis
March -1    Harry Beresford.
Ani-li 2.- Marrying Mary.
.\ . |] ;,-_ Blanch  Walsh
it
Orders   Taken F0r
' \    j 28    The Gingerbred  Man.
june  to    Mai Goodwin.
Telephone 164
Thomas pETERs
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SPICES
>��������
OF ALL KINDS AT
K, a pai:  120 acres) of th.   noi
quartei   oi     ction   10, town
New Westminster dlstrlcl
RY ALL'S
Whereas proof of the lo
SPECTACLES    GUARANTF.ED.
DRUG
STORE   !
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LONGBOAT MAY  RmCE
IN   SEATTLE   MARATHON
OVER i California
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
In  the  Yei
Seattle.   Feb.   11.���In  case    of    thel
.-'I'.civ-  ol the    coming    Washington]
Marathon race  for amateurs on  Feb !
22 in this city, three wealthy Alaskans
will put up $10,000 to bring Dorando,
Longboat,  Hayes,  Malon}   and    other
famous   Marathon   runners  to   Seattle
for a rue-  .-nine time  in   May     This
statement was made today by Walter
McDougall, who has been the moving
spirit in tbe coming amateur contest.
McDougall said  that while ha=  was
not at liberty to give the names   of
; the men making the offer for the big
i international match, there is no ques
ition of their financial standing. Added
I to the  runners  mentioned  would   be
i: ���  cracks from British Col n il ia and
British  Colum.ia  roast  Uln.
Service.
TIME TABLE
.VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE,
) ROUTE.
Operative  January   13.
j     S.S.   Princess  Victoria  leaves   \.ut-j
I cou ver JO p. m., going direct to Seattle daily except Monday,
_ S.  Princess Royal leaves Vancou-!
,;��� at I' a. m. for Victoria daily, except Wednesday.
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-1
couver at 1 p. in. dally for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE1
S.S. Trader wlll leave Victoria for
New Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on  Wed- I
nesday
PHONI     ���
SwMM ��� ���������������������44,
in ih,   name of James Long '"'���'     �������������������������
liled in this office.
Notice is hereby given l   u  I **llal1.
at thi   expiration of one
the date of the drs; publication hi    ol
in a d'.iii'   ni wspaper pu In the
City of New   Westminst. '���'    a
duplicate of the said certiflca unless
in the meantime valid " ;':";' ,h;
made to me in writing
C. S. KEITH,
District Regis I Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. ���'.. Feb. 3rd, 1909
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
and 20th of each month for Clayo'.-uot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
Elghi  Trains  Every Daj
BETWEEN
RAILWAY   EARNINGS
SHOW   BIG   INCREASE
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
���... ���
,  year ago
ROFESSIONAu.
A.
.VHEALLER,    BARRISTKR    SO
licitor. etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House New Westminster.    Pbo-af 143.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster
W, .1. Whiteside, ll. L. Edmonds.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon . oute
for   CONRAD,    CARCROSS,   ATI.IN.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
[BANKS. Daily trains 'except Sunday)
Ing p     ��� ngers, mail, expri -- and
ct   with   stages   at   Car
.cross  am!   Whi'o   Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managi r.
VI. n     ,'. Feb. II.   The trafl ���    ai n
Ings of the  Canadian Pacific  i > 11 .-��� i
for the firsl week of Febi m        how an
ise   of   $328,000,   com with ]
the sam.    ��� igo
THE TRAIN OF FAME The  traffk   ,    niugs of the    Grand
THE        NORTH-WESTERN,       LTD.   Trtml   railw       for  tlie  first   week  of
Embodies the newest and  test ideas';' ' ' ��� *'"i-"v". " '     '""'
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.      It   iir   lighted   with   both
-lectricity and gas; the most hrillian*.
ly illuminated train in the world. Th"
��� qnipment consist? of private co:..
ment cars, standard 16 section -
ers,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining
"hair cars   (seats   free),   modern  day
coach-- an I buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time  Table.-.   Folders, or  an.'.
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wa-h.
of each month for Quatsiuo and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcu.-.et,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p.m. dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.;
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Beatrice  leaves  Vancouver Jan.5.
19th;  Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
De��c. 29th, Jan.  12th, Jan. 26th.
DP  RIVER.
fleaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday at 7 am.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./-1
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,!
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,  Groce-
f* MmM"I"I'-M- ���I"."I"I--l"M--H-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactuiers and Dtaiers tn All Kinds ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.   Door-
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
PRINTING
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
PROGRESS IN  SIX YEARS.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.   Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Vau
couver.
-     Acclimatized Teste,]  Stoc
. SEEDS  for  the  spring    trade
from the best growers in   England, France,    Holland,    United
States  atri  eastern  Canada   as
wjdl %-i those which can be suc-
ces-fuuy grown In n. C.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
-ltd '*hiall  fruits,  strictly home
* i*rro\Vh 'tin.', o.ir'own propagation
-���frorri l.^arin-; stock.
""; Tironmental    In all leading
"varieties   suitable for planting
in  It. C.    All the best make of
��� !*-iray pump-.
I - FierUlI.ers, Bee Supplies,
Spra-yln*.'Materials, Cut Flower-. _te;
Catalogue Free.
Mi. J. HENRY
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
.")���Asylum.
6���Royal  City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
Royal Avenue and Elghi i.
9    Fifth Avi nil- and Twelfth.
12    St,  Mary's   Hospital.
i I   Si ul and  I'aiK Row.
11   Columbia and Dufferln,
i .   Sapperton
11-   Roj a] i lolumblan hosj li al
23   Queen's Avenue and SK'1!
21   Third Avenue and Second,
..", - -Fifth Avenue and Foui th,
20    Fifth Avenue and Eighth,
27���Third Avenue and Tentii.
32    Agnes and Sixth,
31   Siliml,- Machine Works.
35   Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P, R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklin Mills,
Every   order   placed   with    .{. j 2
us    means    a   satisfied   cus-     4*
tomer. "fit.    1902
4a | y
1908
For   reservations   and   mrormatlou
all or address
F,n.  OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
���st. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
Honer-I  Sttn.pr'i tpnrtwnt.  Vtelnrln
"The MUwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. P,-,ul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No train- in the service on any
railroad In the world that equal in
equipment  that of  the Chicago, Mil
wank-,. .���.. St. Paul Hailway. They
own and op.'rat" their own sleeping
an i dining ens on all their trains and
their patrons an excellence of
Bervlce not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. HOWE, General Agi nt,
bird St., cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
fllHlWOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any des- J.
cription or quantity quoted 4*
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
^..���..taaTaa'aajaaJaaj..-. ����*���]��'.".������.���".".".���ajaafr.
Capital   and   Res. * ��� ������
$5,000,000
$8,500,000
!,.   ogita
$14,000,000
$37,000,000
S22.000.00C
$50,000,000
NOTICE.
���'���,;!*���*- .���'���*',.-������'      '���-
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
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Take notice tlm I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chli.. Commls.
sloner of Lands and Works tor a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing al a post i n the ��� ast shore of
_ay_ I land, Port Simpson district,
abo il ��� mile south of the mouth of
I.aie . ���.. them ��� n ���-1 a< i iss the
island to the '������:- tl mce following
the shore noi thi i:. i i terl; and
southerly to the polnl ol commencement.
No. 2 lease. 7_.n -��� fcland. Port
Simpson dl itrlct, sunn:,... ;,. :, post at
the southeast corner of No. l lease,
thenc- west across the Island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterlj ani northely
around to the point of commencement,
C   W, PRESTON,
Jan. 28, 1909
Branches In .ver..   Province in Canada, also In C�� a   Pori   i    !J
Bahamas   and   New   ��or_   City, N. \.
Correspondents throughout the Woi
Business  Kccounts wl
4    ceive every consideration.
0*C^O*0��0*0*CX>��0*C)*0*0*0*0 0# ^C^O*0<K)4CX)*0*0*0��0��OI|
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
E.urne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarnV&Cn ^R ^d feed mfk'H^
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Young People,    Attention !
You  can  receive   Instruction In night classes at
Columbian College
in ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW, PENMANSHIP.
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot fl i  when*-1
of poor coal semis out no n*
1
at all.   It Is econo
our  coal, In cans,'    it in
goes farthest, makes most
to W
clean,
heat
loaves very little ash and <"^
no more  per ton  ia,"5   P*
grades.    We  deliver il  to ��"
part of the city.    Full   ����J
always.    Telephone your ��r��
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
All  or any  part of  th
from 7 to 9,
:i ,
and   Thursday  evenings
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
t*c--^>.-*;;i-.s:-.-.!>-!v-:>^*-;^--;:--^i;:-*v,v    . ��� .....,,,^f:<.^>.,::,..;;;,..
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COPYRIGKT8 4C.
Anynnn��enrtln, askntr-h nnd d..��criniimrm-.
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lnTcnll.,1, ��I>r.,b��l,iy,.u,,,,,���,,','���' ,,,,.[,*"
tlonsurrlctlycontl.l.-ntr,t|. HfiliriPfiriK <���. P-SSm.
Pntciitai ta-Bii tliroufh Mum 4 (Crix-lV.
sptcial nottrs, wlthnut,c;liuri,0 lu ��^7o      recB1v*
Scientific flmerican.
A hJinrlsomoly UlUKlrnt,-,! ��ea��l��    __i-_i*S.
culuilun ->t any lolenurio lonrnaj    t2_-V_:
Cana'ln, *��& a year, po.l un   ���,,, ,,   ,,'" n",'"'
all iicWMli.-a.on.. '    ' ' "���    *-Jl'l by
MUNN & CoJ��e,Bw,����""'y. New York
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard b'ock, New Westminster, _ c
ENQUIRE i'"'1
Family
AT T
Royal City
Ro,_i Avenue and
Ratc��|
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Laundry
Blackie 8t��** FRIDAY. FEB. 12. 1909.
THE DAILY *
l'AGE ThHEt-:
VALENTINES
ITmorey-s
r
, i_ENTINE
POST  CARDS
.-.nd  Coirec.
jl Morey's
lllli BOOK STOKE
*L_UWBIA   STREET.
sunlight
soap
five
U��e it m the Sunlight way.
pimply pure soap> without
harmful chemicals, it saves
the toil common soap."
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow   directions.
AH HH) MAIL ROUTE    New Spring Goods
'     10 Hit ANTIPODES
JUST   ARRIVED
cents a bar
& . $5,000,000 Sought
H ave Past Steam -
Run.
ma     ;.  o '.'i' .     i-
ante i
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite  \\ ir,.
I >M > 4 MM.
'QOKSLEY'S   .
. Picture :
VST CARDS
NOW  ON BALE at
.MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
'_,   GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
���iCKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
1hE FAIR." Colunibia   Street.
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is gi) , trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in jrood
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME " 	
W. C. CHAMBER LIN  The J��*��i��r
COLUMBIA   STREET.    NEW  WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longines and Hai .  Movements
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ransfer Co.
18..     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia   Street
������ i   promptly   to
t thi   city.
pght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
Notice.
.   . bat D. J   McQuarrie i .
B  C . "" upation,
mager,  Inti mis  to
on  to pu    !��� a e tlie
! lands In  tbe dls-
, i  'imi:-:. r:
f.        ��_.    at a  post  planted   a1
oi     loi     I '.'.I".
��� "I'A        t   CO    !!���        Of   I"! '
,i   , v :....    ��� corner
soul bi rl; . westerly
to point    ���      ��� vim' ii ��� ���
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iHN  McQUARRIE,
P - JOHN P, BAQOS,
Agenl
pmber  19th, 1908,
LAND ACT.
Market  Clerk   D. E. Mackenzie
Open   fr-I a. in. to o p.m. Fridays   i a.m,
Plioiu* 138
., ��� .1. .    vii*.-
i,    'll,'    \i
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i twentj      ��� j    ���    iii
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with an
i .     i      Victoria to S;
lELTA   FARMERS    II -iDV
' >   ;   PLOWING   M �� '���
Wail Service
va]  the N< "  VI ���
pOSt   Off '  ,     Vi.    .
      ...     he h. ���!������ oi . l<
i 1        is a ruh
 h,    All m
unless , . ..   "   .    '....���     :. .   .i.
ed an.) received dAilj  excepi  Bunda;
minis iii ij     '        and
��� iy ar.   the C. P. B
P  R  east mail!-, noi	
*va; ! ni     r
\, id Coqi
Ma.iv Despati led
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NOTICE.
Of Application for Wharf and   Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster.
B. C.
\.    .'.     -   ii- -.V    glvei
���     v ��� ���        Mer	
Met  "wS.-vn;ir-,.-    i'.  .
j ed to His Excellency 1
... - a Cobbi ii.  :"'
 a     te fo    he coi
��� -.- hari anil nwine tn <
i shore of Li nd on the
"- Ki t the 3 - - ���
���*i ii h   iti       the
,   ��� ���   --        Hitawa,
.,"���.. v.a\
  on land
" lh �� a ���     lyini ��� f .and
_" ol lot
���    hi -   " It] n  of
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  with thi
of Section ,      ilv
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FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
ii
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Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Beef,
Silverdale
Mutton,  Veal  and Pork.
Da vies & S
on
First-class   Cut    Flowers    and
Pot   Plants.
Monk's  Stall
(or
I ifln   and   Came
H.  I.  Keen
Vegetables  and
Quality
Values.
ill! 1
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ward - ill.   ;,i i. ��� ��� |)
Iriillurul   ilk i     ��i ,i, .   |i ,i
nvlti   llli    i.   .' I)
Ion  !,. hold  lis i        -   nnal nu nlln
:   I ,i,!ii. ���
Tli.-  followill    vi i, ,.  1
Pi. .i,|,in. \i. \ Davl v,. , tdeni
I mn \i, i ��� i inn . v. i.n . i, vi in ��� ���
\ .icDIin him . llli-. ���'" . J Oil
, in i il \ nil. I Smith, C M Hui i.
.loni (oiiir-i fl yfoi I. an Itto K
li Simp ion, \ Dell Tn-. Nn . iii li
to contra ' "    Wilson
BORDEN   DENIES  ANY
1 mil '. I   TO  RESIGN
'���  ��� ���'���  itminstBr Land District.
District   of   Sayward.
(I.  C.  W.   Pl
i, ipation   :.i m< i    In
lor pei mission to    pui
��� i land .
.   post   planted  on
outh Twin Island,
��� ' the shore
northerly    and
^^^H ur, of   commence-
f*-.'-���' ie whole i-l ind con
more or
PRESTON
i    '������r.
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 nnd Amendinq
Acts."
Vancouver   Power   Co.. Ltd.
Notice  of  Application  for Further Certificate   of   Appiov.il.
i,t,��'.\.
hi
Hi,
n   inn,|,   In
, ti nptlon
Notli
. i.. n
to the notice ol  the .'i'.i da    ol
December, 1908, that, two Wi ��� ������    after
application w II  lie made    when
HI
���if approval	
,'������: i Iflcate ol  appi oval I ol its
ig In the t the con
ruci ion and of a    In) le or
doubl ' nv i n   polnl  of thi   ''-rowing plans
 ���
���ynopsis     of    Canaa.-iu     North-Wail
Homestead   Regulations.
A'.>  even uMin vi- a   eci "ii ot Do
minion  .amis  In   Manitoba,  Sa
jewan ami Alberta, excepting S and 2C,
! not reser?od, may be homesteaded i>y
an) on who is the nle bead of a   expenses wei
fan...   . Ol   any  niali; ovr  18 yarn of   mover/lew   ,,i
age, fi the extent or one-quarter section       60 a res, iiuir.- or 'ess.
A.        itl in   fur   entry     must     OH
ma .    In person   by  the  applicant ni
. Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-
agenv   for the   llstiict in  nhi-h the
land  .      II i.i".    Kntry by ;>ro��y may,
iou-  ��� at an  agen /  on
cert:.. '��� 'i the fan,.     j... :,
iirotber  ir ���    er ol
Ottawu, i'. ,   ii       li  i ri il ��� , i,i  ii,,'
di ii. iii'm i.i   ol   inilil '���!.    d. nl. -    tin
lull in, ni ��,i n   i,. on li ��� .������ v   ��� liai  h"
had   iln .'ni. iied   in        .-
nppi "i" Uu lun   i ir   mllii   .   cam       was
li.|i   mn   of thi nati        i i        rati
for   this   annual   11 nln ng   i -   ��� ������ '
h hlch i   ,',,,   . i-
....        ,    .'. ith
���      ar,  h h< n  ihi
 ��� ���'    In
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I <��� re o n I
BREAD  WAR   BREAKS
OUT   IN   REGINA
n  New \\ ���      uul 11
C., \-1 a I .     ���     '
,.   ii.in     l!       ,       . i    ..
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i poin ��� , w ���
ud Ulalne, via G   -  H
\*oti     Clot i rda.li   and   listrli    i ci*
>     \ niiej. Bun,. .'.... ��� ���. i i ;n   \
���. in   nnd   k V in   on   I   UrlP)    lie
Port   Kells,   Hall's   Prairie  mil
\l kl  'i    pati ii��� .i  ilnllj  excel
...   i 'is i ion    \i ""-1 i'     i v
riiursdu*    an,I   Saturday;   ^^^^^^^
in    i vn   \,, ,n,i. w ,.,ii,   daj  anil   ��� il
l    mnll     in    all   ; i i   h ed
tti.i  ,in)     .   di   pati In 'l
11 ".. n in     Vnn, ouvei   \i. "., la nii'i
r, in   .i  Pail    via   8   C   I' '��� .trie rail
u  .
i   io p hi   si,'. ��� i,.  iml    Tim
md    md   Boul h   Wesi mln lei    hi
(Tin   da.   mil   i ��� Idaj i
i    ij |i tn    iii ii,i nab    I,. cou
    i'."    Bui 'i'i1, lam,   by   coin ii i
��� on   p "i    i.ii'i... ���     Pol -    dull I"",
'.inn   island  nn i fliinbin ..    ilal
mday;   Wood*   rd    PUi    '
1;.'" .i'. and ���'������ lay     via      l    C
Bi iu i "    i gii .. Bton  mail di palcli tl
-I   reci Ived  -*la   Vancoui i i
0    i. in    Vi nvet
Bl ling, vi���! ij   v a  north
i nn  Vancouvei and  Btirnftb    lak<
i ,   i;   c    i ||, iti, , itUrdn
li i Id   i'  pati hi .I  io   Vic
lorln   v .  \''"i''"!���' his houi
Blaln     "i s, ni'I", iiifiuilliiii nil   I'
lOl B-d   SOIlfb,   vii   I!    V    I!
i."
���   i'i p.m    i'i'   i!   east, B ipji i on
I   .       vfllls and '"'i iltl 'in
Grand Trunk  Ry.
!:*t<*p||rni 1 rain .Spivire Befwcfn
Ch'^'affo, London,
Hamilton. Tor.,
Monltv..l, Qurlioc.
Portland, Boston,
\ id all Ihi i ' Incipal busini    ���  uteri   I
'. i io   Ql i !'iv and th. MAR1
i imi   PROVINC!  ;
\      to BUFFALO, N_W  YOM ������ I
I mi AMI I'lllA.   via   .'iairp.a   |
i oi   I inn*! Tali|pq, ,i" . a.l.lrpca
GEO.  W,  VA '�����.
;m.. i" ',i   \   , tanl Gen'l Paasetigei ami '',"������ kel
At-" . ' "   ��� I ""! II   ' ': aero. I
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
ippllcatlon  i-   m.nl,' in pursuance
he ii"' ce ol th. said 24th day ol D��
ii ..  1908, for a furthei  certiflcati
do be iii"! ided In the one'er, son      lighter
furthei   .in  ��� ' �����t.
'I i.-      mesti       -* Is r��-juired to per-
estead dal ��� ���   inder one
Regina,  s,- I
inir i.f a  i,    -
... ...
Mails   Receive'!.
: ,i      Sl
eluding .-.ii r. s points, m u      (i
   i i nriif.ii<; '
- of thi  cl .    \ ii  .- 	
In   iinsini ,- ,.������,*,,
I  i   -    .    i    ,; i 1   v -    . ,:
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WNTEER     BOUNTY     ACT.    ilJ08
|WAH,*. ro  PURCHASERS.
the right of .
��� ntltled to a '
wa)  of ap-
t<   ind mi
���, ��� Act
1  ���,.  Sub
tbe VoluntJ
��� *. ������ hlch provide
w '   V   n     "!���
ointment of a sn -
;.-"d or recognised
ol   tha   Ittorior
it executed and dated after
��f the warrant for the land
:  the Minister of MilitU
" th" volunteer
IXWAY,
oner of Dominion
Landa. Ottawa.
ai or ne u the Ne- June
. , of thi   i' inadian  Pai Iflc  rallwaj
whi ;������ the   ir ach  line to thi   l
Ww  \\',..i im ii.    ..ff to tli"
City <ii   New   Wi itmlnsti i   to a     ilnl
at oi m ar thi      il hei ly end of i ..< 1--
Coquitlam,   with   the   nee     arj     Ide
nn ka and I u non     an I branch,
the passagi
and  other \- hides    adapt) .1    to    H1*'
same nnd to build bridges and ex.
if the powei    a     ��� I forth In
tion 96 ol ;ii" Wati    I Is i e   Con ol
datlon  a."    i J97,  wl h  i m m
ni
'
dssl
:
i ���
least   ix month - .-, n
���
mi,
owi."
��� 90 ���(. 10:00 a.fflr-'-Mrawberry Hill,
...   :    ,
S:20 a.m.���Vancouver   and   <   ���
' ���
.v    Bnrqnl   im,   ry < o i
i. a of :rid
���   - ������  res
���  :. ii ���       Ier as     :: i.f s<-i
::. . ..rei    rest-
by   living   or.     M  rr, :,-���
troed   solely   bv   hira
K��  acres   n rtxmt, Is
i  . if his  horr.e-.t*-d     Jolm
.  .a  land  will  no*. Btttt  OsiS
-
'.lrht-r for BMt_-r, if the
H-Md) of n. Bomesteader
inent residence on  farm ag
. sj  lolely by him, not less
���:���������<���
,.      '.
ABYSSINIA   IS  TORN
BY POLITICAL   UNREST
renders  foi   Shops  East   of  Wlru
d lendi      "i ���      ��� ' ���
-I .  I| "��� i    ���" i ed   " tin ��� "���
i ,   i,,,   shopB(" will ''f rt?t?eiVi ���'
.. office ol The ' lommic
th     i ���". ��� ������'.'!" ate    Ftailv i al Ot
��� utttll i ' " - loi i  H"""  bi the 10-b
Ol      ' 11*1 :     '".   '"'     ��� Ott-1
 i  i! . ."n'i    in accoiii
ani    ,' ll ii the plans ahd   -1 ��� Ifli itlohi
"���   ' hi   I
"'    '"""   '    Winnipeg
'   "        lelall     and     pi i IDcatioi
   ' thi office of Mi   Hiugl
11   Lu hlel ��� "-..iii. ���������   Ottawa
i iv        '    i    -:   i.   I-,,,,-,..     neifk ���
SVInuipi g, Mini.
I' .,���    . i. I. i|.,L.   ���,   .    ,,.    '���'   n     j is ���
: I     be ��� '���"- i' " '
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viticn   tn   \|.     Hug]
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i ���     ,    ...-ii. i    rm'l
,;i ,:,    pai  :     ���', -i
I   i
-    on   a cl
B Dominion of Canada
  the kmei -
��� .  for
��� .
*
ch   v   'I-	
I-
credit  of
in
\  condli  ��� prevails    In  ton itched and fed   ���<���* I  ��� > Vm,
ilnJa,    The '   "    "i    eti
v ,. m    Blaine and Seattle,   In
!     llSO Hli  DO
1   ;'' P-m ������ ���     ������ courier /.��_��_ _,.   ���
i am      anco     i   ,n<i  Vic  >   .. . . ,       . ���
ilthfnl ... rformam ������ of   the
��� cording    to    Its
10:00   o   II 00   ��� m     Lad_��r,   Pott
i    i      ..a-:.-
iam .'-I in i and (Toe.
... ,  ��� , . ,.,  ,,i   v i    . irn��-d
i ��� ..    i ,-.    SdS*   and  Saturday,   Wv.il
ifter th" -r.'v
ward, ��� ���      imei Pa-onrfte. (Steves-
.if-nt   wn- between   th"
i ers of Ran Wlllli   and a .|"t:i"li
eni nniifr Ra;: Vflcha. i, the father of
I
0d'.
ir U'i       ��� '   -a���'-     �����--������-.��� j      _*��� j      _iui,     iiuu     ir.-_.i- "in    uimr i     r .ii -.     ��* "     '  ' mi
othor powers the power I sJU,  .,���,   aores  ia  ejtenf|  in   t {,r 7ftgn   hf,j:
t     ��      ., ..   I       ,.n ,.-i-i- r.____ttlir_i*--_ an A 'ifO. _      ..
!'--   ���""1  carr-��    P" """'"      and '"   the 'iclnity of the homestead, or np-
minerals  nnd   freight upon  the ie��tea*l entered   for  by hira
way by tho fori" or powei a n,ry. saah ho_M_t-ft_��r may
or such steam, electric va .           ua own Pe-ldettee _utl��a ny
motlre   power   as   ih"  Con, ,    ,   vt.h the father (or mother),
deem expedient, i -1
roa term "vtclnlty" In the two
'h    popnl 11 i'n, of        ���''"' - ' Wintry
in. that   I" li.i-   Tnfarl,  a  dr-, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
nd'ant of th" Shoa dynasty, be pro   elddlftg all L", S, poin'-. aad
iniorl h"i" to ittf tiirono. ^T
��� it   ',.-,,��� that i " M"ii"Hi< is
:i  -'.������'.- man.
12:^1 to i p.m C P ft, eatt,
Sapperton, eraser .vniir- and Coquitlam.
I:'i'i ;i rn VancfiuvPr, Centra] Park
and Prasi-r Arm.
".'i'i p.m    s-irnas   mil ^tttiit-,   '���*>���
 H:    i-
iwpp-i Huntingdon and nvw v?e--tmia-
stpr,   v;-i  ('.   P   R   .^onth
Mills.
il
.'
Bv
order,
P. E,
^^^^^^^^^^^   RYAN
Spprptary.
Tho Commissioners   il     ,.   Transcon-
��� i-ni Rallwaj
Oi i' ���! al Ottawa SOth January, 1909,
���v Inserting thli advertlH
also Prawfjment without authority from the Coflt
will noi be paid for It,
UlIEEE
_S!__P,A'N PACIFIC
^I_*����TIC STEAMSHIPS
WJ_  UQSi^^u,,
adi in iho old
lets    nt     thiH
in I pi*, vfci
from   St.
Call for
11  I.KT
Agent
And ni.oii  inch applies ig paragraphs  la  defined    as ���__���.        _. 	
nanal  and  necessary  po- iot more ttan nine miles in _.���.-,-,, i______m_-____-_-_--_____-__ft  -  ~"	
and effectually carrj  twl '' _ direct line, excluaive of th.�� width ^*~���***-*--*"*-*-*--*~ ������ ������-^ ���->~^:<<*>>>>>>>>��^^^^
proposed farther undertakln : road   _low_nc-jj grossed    in    rhp ���
mi'a-.u.-^rr.pnt. B
applied for.
Dated ai the City of Van.   t
th.. Province of Briti-h Coln
25th day of January, A.D   I I
VANCOUVER POWER CO.,  LT��
rt H. Sperling g< ���
in
\   homesteader   Intending    io
Advcrtislnjg and Circulation
, _ 1 Z>TZ,��%. 'La.' I   T,,E DA"-Y mm> New Westminster if* per week. .$1 for 3 mos.
T   -_S___,'3?S?S I   ThbStani��abd OF EMriRE, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
HE HOME
Is   iii--   Paper  Thai
Of    tbe    Hon
The     Daly     New*
���   .,|  by himself must notify the agent ��� %
ir the  listrict'of such Intention. $
Six   nnnths' notice In writing must i &
...  :-'-n to the Commisslon��*r of Do-1 [^
.a Land- at, Ottawa, of intention,>5
.......... ;j
i uiply for patent..
W.  W. CORY,
I    P. O. Box 29
SiibscrlpllODS and AdvRrllseinfints snlfclted for tlie above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
New Westminster
Phone A22
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior | Vx^***^*������*^^
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PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBt 12(
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
and   Front portunities and resoijrcea ol  would-b<
home   in milling io Ih,' attractiveness
of  th.. exposition bj   making a good
display, Canada will aid herself also  Who wants a
by attracting the attention lo her op-
"GET  THE   HABIT.
offices,  corner of   Sixth
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
settlers and Investors.
FRIDAY. FEB. 12, 1909.
A  NOTABLE CENTENARY.
ANOTHER   ROUTE  SUGGESTED
TO  PEMBERTON  MEADOWS
As reported iu yesterday   mornings
\,.\vs. the proposed route of the Van
couver and Northern rallwaj  will   be
1 by ih" valley of Seymour creclt to tli"
  watershed north of Loch Lomond, and
Today one hundred years ago were thence via the valley of the Indian
born in two d-Terenl hemispheres two river to the north arm of Burrard in-
nun who were destined to Influence let, thence northerly to and through
for all ages the future of a large sec- the Pemberton meadows.
tion of the human race, one In the I Local men familiar with the countrj
fields of science, the other in the con-1 state a honor route would be by way
trol of a nation during the greatest of the Lllloel river from Port Douglas,
civil war of history. The record and the head of Harrison lake being reach-
the characters of Charles Robert Dar-led by a pass -.rough the moun-
win and Abraham' Lincoln require no tains jusi cast of Stave lake, where
celebrations to keep their there Is a much easier grade,
the  man who knows
Lamp?
Special      Today���Fancy
Table Lamps.
Decorated
Regular:     $1.75,   $2.50,  $3.25,  !
Today: $1.25, $1.75. $2.50, $3.00
I.mi.
iach.
Fraser River  Service
Ramona
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
���The Big Store.
METHODS
STEAMER WRECKED OFF
THE SPANISH COAST
Cast., lion. Spain. Fe . 10. ��� The
steamer America has been wrecked!Two tlns Ginger Bread Molla
off the coast of this province. Sixty' Some odd dishes that mui
of   her  passengers   and    crew     were  less than half price.
centenary
memory  green,  the  man
not lung  nl   science   yet   Knows   sum,,    labor  DELEGATE
thing of Darwin'.- life work, ami of his slates S. A.
triumph over criticism, the man who1
cares nothing for the teaching of hls-i    London, Feb, li    At  h mt-eiiny   ol
tory reveres the example of tli" quiet   lh,, |.*dlnburgh trades tuid labor coun
brave personality dominating the Bee- ,..,  ;lll. rjan_dian  hl'""   walking dele
ond heroic struggle of American  his-  .,.,,,,   w<  Trotter,  said   the  Salvation
tory. Army had issued   a    booklei  entitled
This is not the occasion to retell ,.To SurpiUs.'' This wus so lull of
the story of the life of Darwin, or of misalatementa in regard to Cunada
the causes which led him to give toLT|d emigratlon generallj that the
the world the "Origin of Species" or t|..1,1,.s ;uid lab0r cougres_ 0f Canada
the "Descent of Man," combining the woui_ shortly issue a reply. Trotter
experiences of lii.- indefatigable In* stated that the object of tbi Salvution
(lustry and experiments, but rather tOiArmy was nol t0 j_eip emigrants so
reni.'iiilii,- with grateful thanks that muf.h ft_ t0 aC(luire government bonus
at last we see a purpose in the waysL_ ;,u,.k.u-.un,- laborers find commls-
of the Providence with Nature where s-ons on steamship and rail waj rare-.
was only a puzzle before,    l!.   faced  ....
ihe Btorm of obloquy which first greet
ed his work with composure, knowing
full well that with riper Judgment the
world would conic over to his side, and
lived to see the evolution of species
accepted as unquestioned as the solar
system, That charming personality,
with Its simple humor, nnd unassuming ways gave to history a new Idea siiv' ''���
of scientific students, and his Bumming
up of his own success in life must b
nn encouragement to t,i" lover of
Nature in her myriad forms. He attributes it to ;i love of science, unbounded patience In long reflecting
over any subject, industry in observing, and collecting facts, such qualifications in e beyond none of us.
Lincoln's memory Is rightly held by smoki
his countrymen second only to Wash- __���_������_���
lag ton himself, but , ven to lay
policy i- noi fully understood, ll *-'*s'-
made it elvu he would save t���e union
whether slavery was suppressed or
not, and had the maguiflceni gui di i
of achieving both objects, going down
'��� a martyr's grave In Its accomplishment. He triumphe; ovei all the
icles of humble birth and lack ol
opportunltii s, nnd In a few brief
years found himself in a position to
do for bis com.' wi I Is given to few
men���nothing I -- than Lo s;lVc. It���
���and having done all tnis was in a position t��. declan "I have noi willingly
planted a thorn in any man's bosom."
Great a.- an oi ..... gn at as a d--
bater, but greatei - 111 as i man Lincoln ��� tan i am ... tne pow< rful men
"' history,
MORE BARGAINS
AT
Moore'
s
Str.
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY.    THURSDAY    AND SAT
URDAY.
.,, s a.m . al  following  points:   Ham
mon.i.   Haney,  Langley,   Glen   Valley
Whonnock,    Kuskin.   Silverdale,    Mi.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    .Mission,    Hatzic,
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas and
Chilliwack,    Returning   leaves   Chilliwack on \\. dnesiiay, Friday, and Sun-
_aj   al  7 a.m.    Excellent    passengi i
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT  CO..
New Westminster,
JREID.&CO.
TENDERS WANTED.
lor
ai   mj
this week.    Note a few
these prices:
of
Six lb.-. Prunes for  25c
Sixteen  nice large sweet  Oranges 25c
Two bottk-s Mali  Vinegar ....
Two bottles best English Pickh
Auto  Brand���
Peas, per tin  	
Corn,  per tin   	
Tomatoes, two tins for 	
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, the 22nd
lust., at 5 p.m. for supply of clothing
to the City Police and Firemen
the current year.
Specifications   can   be   seen
office.
The lowest or any  tender noi   nei
essarily accepti I,
W, A   DUNCAN,
Citj   Clert
Citj  Hall, Feb. 11, 1909,
Three lbs. Tea  90c! sl��a 10c.   skates   2;c.    On
PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eightn and   Agnes Streeis.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon.
25c|2:o0 to a; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admis-
Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 1-
wlll be furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. Phone
A 483.
25c]
25c,
10c
10c!
At
A
Glance!
You'll
Hi.
tin
rerence bi
n our di  tl
other kind.
There's   no v   Hntj
appearance aboul them
full of quality  and
'
They're the I
the Season's b
Tailoring.
They're gooi
goo l to   ���'
We ask your i
to our $20, $25,  ind $3i -
We
Ddenci
can."
bold!;.
"match
mui ..
25c
soldi
REID ��& CO.
THE CLOTHIERS.
Thp nationality of
in donl i.
1
Charlotte town Streets Flooded.
Charlottetown, !'. E, I., Feb. 11.���
During a fir" in ill" Zion Presbyterian
church last night a hydrant broke an I
for hours water flooded the streets,
doing much damage. Th,- church was
considerably  damaged   by   water  and
the vessel      We sell Purity Flour, it makes more
bread and better bread than any flour
on th.- market.
Give us a call,
TEAMS  WANTED.
I
H. Moore
255 FRONT STREET.
Two teams with  teamsters to haul
ties at B. C. E. Railway camp at Fort |
Langley; 20,000 ties; extreme haul on. |
and three-quarter miles.
Enquire
F. N. SINCLAIR,
Old Guichon Block.
CANADA'S   EXHIBIT.
|
The construction of the    Canadian
building  at   the   Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc I
exposition  is to commence    ai   once,
.-ays the Seattle Poat-Intelllgencer, and!
in that building, -.sh.-ii cornplel ,i, will |
-  ih" s],.eini Canadian exhibit at the
fair, tor the collection of which    an
appropriation ol $60, has been made
the Dominion govi rnment.
The actlvi    partlcipatl >_    0f    the
Dominion government  In the    exposl
Ion  win  be  heartilj   apprei lated  bj
the people of ihi-  i late     Bi itish (
lun(bia, one ol the gri ai  ital s of tl
C inadlan  I deration,  Ig
n< igh or, aud thi   I usl
relations   b< twr-i n    Washington   nnd
British  Columbia   have  always    been
elo-e and Intimate, ovi n more so. in j
tact, than t Ithi    havi   had with state
of their own count r*
The exposltli n is. Inde. d, designed
io exploit the resources of the Canadian Yukon precis. |y ;,. milch ns th,.
American Alaska, So tar as the
n'itic Is concern.:,i, Canadian interest
n matters on the Pacific Is second
only to thai of the l nited States. An
Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition in
Which Canada did uot take a prominent pan and make n good display
would have been a partial failure at
leivt and would certainly have fallen
>li'n i of ih Ing up i<, in ni in. -.
\n exhibit ui ile resources of the
���.-���linns provinces oi Canada will have
!i|!.i"s!   ami   \:r!uo.     Canadn   has    at-
tfucted a greai emigration from    the
I2nit,il sum, .. within the past few
vn i, Among tb" thousands of visiter to iii.- fair fri.in other parts <jf
this country, there will be a great
Euumbe-r who visit it tor the purpose of
acquiring first hand Information to
guide them in  the search    for    new
_c
S3
a_-/-_7_-7_-y_-7-��S-��-
American-Made   Shoes ffi
The
CROSS
Shoe
for Ladies 1
THE CROSS SHOE is undoubtedly the best shoe
;:::S that money can buy.   They are perfect fitters.   We 0}
.,*����tS]H have many of the New Spring Styles���Patent Colt, "
^ Vici Kid, Gun Metals and all the popular leathers.
jg We sell more CROSS SHOES than any other make
M we handle.   Price per pair,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |H,4CU.0U0.(y
RESERVE              $11,000,000.00
nraincne- tbioughout Canada and New toundland. aud   iu   London, Kli.j.i
New   York, Chicago aud  SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico I Itj    A
eral  Bankiug  Business Transacted,
.ettert of Credit issued, available wl t.L correspondents in all .     <
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In suihh of $1 a... i| i
and interest allowed at 3 per c ��� :.t   pei annum (pi
Total  Assets over $1CS,000,000.00.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER BRANCH ',    D   HKYM.KH   Hi
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
�� Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
Mclv.trt.tMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia:
i
PHILUPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
Seasonable Coats at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Oui   finest tailored shower proof coats we hav,- deci
at pricei to tempt the most shrewd   buyer.    These  coal    i
best make of English cravenette doth, tailored In the mc I "P"10*' "
fashion.   Note the thne     eclal prices below.
$15.00 Showerproof Coats for $11.00
Eighteen only of these coats,    plain Hghl nnd dai
black- ;i1 " neat deck and - ripe designs; cut roomy; :  ":   ,
an .'lii* ,yl
well mad,
last, each
in even  waj-,
I z e
to  16.
>niy;
Regular $15
$11.0
$20.00 Showerproof Coats for $16.00
Only a limited number at thin price and they surelj  ���    '
Tlies- coats we have sold all season al $20.00.   There Is u nice WW i
lui-!!^!
to choosi
Hi
-
_P
$5.00
from, light and dark grey,  fawn,  hind
strip.- designs,
tpecla] price ,
full
rani,'., of sizes.     Hjegular   price
If you want
$26.00 Showerproof Coats for $19 00
��� ,���,ii In:
���xtra
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARQE8T   SHOE   HOU8E   IN B. C.
special value hen- It is, the '
house tor $19.00, madi by Lowndes Clothing company,
of th" famous twentieth brand. Por quality and Styl*
leaders, We are showing this Hne in black, brown.
Hghl and dark grey, also fancy check and stripe path
lustre linings, finest of trimmings, up-to-date in every way.
price $26.00, our Bpedal clearing price
,��� minuet^
���     are'6"
town. ^*l
the be"
K,+''i'ar|
$19.00
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209211  COLUMBIA ST.
��__c__r^
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS PRIDAY. FEB. 12.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
Thri) [,ish Stores
T. H. Smith
The Cash Stores
First Arrival of
Advance
Spring Styles
We ure getting ready for spring in the Ready-to-
Wear Department. In a few days more this section
will be replete with Cloaks and Suits embodying the
very latest and most authentic styles. .Meanwhile
son models have already arrived which will help to
give you an idea of what is to be worn.
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News
W"l'i
A "um ' i- or routine natter
deall with al tli, monthly meeting of
1'1" W' tmin ter Bern rolenl association yi
( For table decorations aud wedding
[bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
' the Florist,  11. **
Mrs, I' c Meyers will entertain this
afternoon at her residence, Seventn
Btree( '"'d Third avenue, at a tea in
iid of ib, manse fund of the West End
Presbyti i in ii church.
'be <-it>   council  nnd  members   61
the school board will meet this even-
'ng to ib iv thn school estimates,
"id there are othei matters to b"
taken up.
Knock   tin-  cover  off  _ box   of  "B.
It will make
���*
A "'"ni.in-������ of the Westminster
i In company with E, J.
Fadi i . terday the vacant site adjoining the Russell hotel, Mr. Fader's
'''" : ng to secure the proposed
Premise on thai area between Alexander and Begbie streets should the
club approve,
Six lbs. prunes for 25c at Moore's. **
-11 plan has been submitted for the
proposed Chinese burial ground, of
,u" acres, adjoining the present
''""-ii ',',���! cemetery, and facing
"" 'i' nth avenue. The Chinese Bene-j
vol,ni association asks the city to
give :i lease as soon ns possible. The
fir agreement w;is noi acceptable to
the citj council.
Old
BUMP!Did You Hear Somethin��
Worse commotion In pric- a, Lee's than in Italy at the recent earth,
; quake.    Everything sold tor cash at startlingly low prices-See posters
1)o"',  >'��" M'al,-V " ' a '"���'"-'���'��� and stand.    We can give vou    an im-
i  mense selection from $9 50 up.
Pop'l you long for a decent rocker?    We cau give you a strong   com-
f   fona'.'.c arm  rocker, solid oak, from $2.50 each up.
A'ak"  up and  come with  the crowd to
I
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster,!!*.C.,
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
0��>O*O*0*C)*O*OO*0*O��
ri
i _ .-^^*00*C*4C*O��K)*C*OO*C*/^^^
Terms
Three-Piece Suits
with the Hipless Coat
very much in vogue. The styles while strongly modelled on
the directolrat, will be very simple. The long narrow sleeve being
pr.*- vent on all the gowns. As to materia!, plain self colors, piece
dyec Aorsteds, faustina wool satins, mirage cloth, prunellas and satin-
faced broadcloths are  most noticeable.
AH dealers handle "B. C." aud
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliable
brands. ���>��
this
Spring Has Arrived in the
Wash Goods Department
Wash Goods Depart men; \   teeming with new fabrics ani   al
i "liable pries.    New print.-  In beautiful novel effects, plain
ginghams, etc., muslins   i ittoi   vo es,   neaveauttes,    percales*,   . otted piques, ��� tc
Price    12' -.c, 20c. 25c and 30c  per yard.
New Arrivals in the
Dress Department
Broadcloths, Wool Taffetas, Chiffon  I   i     ia   Wool Satins,
dalis. \Y.,      ..    . . ...! ii  .���   sh ides.
C." cigars and try one
Tonighl   thl        jvlll   ',    .,  double event
iii the bowling alh   -    in addition   to
the telegraphl ��� leagu    ;ame a match
will be played between the real estate
. !"��� n and carpenters
The completion of thi   Isolation cot-|org
tages nl   lhe  lioyn!  I'olnnl
has been delayed by the illness of the   the crew
contractor.    Plans  for  the n.-w  main  boat.
building are expected at the meeting
I el   thi   board  nexl   week.
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
I merit���the "Brlllante," made by the
I B. C. Cigar  factory ��������
A son was born on Saturday to Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. I> Craig, of Seattle. Mis.
Craig Is a daughter of Mrs. J. Lord,
of this city, who   left   yesterday   for
S.-at'l...   w 11 - ��� i, ���  sh-    nil:   spend    sonn-i
I    Sixteen Oranges for 25c at Moore's.
The weddiug : lasi evening|255 "rout street. **
in Vancouver i E John Cormack, millwright of this city, to Miss Davis, also
formerly In a business house in    this''"' Mrs- p- A* Ma��"" was well attended
city.    The couple wil  take    up    their,yesterday afternoon, and the receipt-
Modern B-room house on Third avenue, corner lot, in good repair; on city
car line. Price $2500. Terms $100
cash, balance on monthly payments.
Interest 8 per cent,     MOVE quick.
John Powi i -, well known in
cl now secretarj of the South.-rn
Okanagan I.nnd company, Penticton,
has been elected a member of the first
council, in thai municipality, now jusi
^^^^^^ ���anized, and chairman of the finance
bian hospital committei   He was once a member of
:..         -a    ...      la..      Qj    ( |R     qjj      ( ,-;l |l-.,-j VOf     fClTy
Anion.. Maxymento, a Pole, who hasl
been  living at   Abbotsford for    sometime, appeared  in  the    district    court
j*esterday on the serious charge of abducting a girl,  16 years of age,  from
ini home In Chilliwack.   It Is alleged
thai  he first  took the girl to Abbots-
ford nnd    afterwards   to   Vancouver..
The   case   has   been   adjourned  for     ;i ;
week.
I Dominion Trust Co.
��    T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.	
2 MONEY   TO    L O A IN *
0+0+0+0+0+0+00+0+04C&0+0+0 �����0*040*0*C^CO*0*-0*0*0��0*0
The missionary tea at th.- residenci
residence tn Sapperton,
Two bottles best English pic .'l.-s for
5 cents  at   Moore's,
in aid of the missionary auxiliary of
the West End Methodist church w.re
satisfactory. Miss Cookman, of the
Central Methodist church, Vancouver,
addressed the guests on the work of
deaconesses, and received much applause, while pianoforte solos were
played by Mis< ('mdin.
��� ���
Order Your ..
Bran,        Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO._
Phone 335.
TD.
186 Columbia   Street.       p.   O.   Drawer  100.
For first-class cut flowers aud any-
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B20S. **
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for
Women's   Ready- to - Wear
The women's auxlliarj of St. Barnabas parish will gi'.e an at home
next Wednesdaj In the parish hull.
commencing al s p-m The evening
will be spent in parlor games, recitations, etc. Vocal and instrumental
recitations will be given, and at thei
close oi  the  soiree  refreshments  will
De ser, ,.| A1 'li" W. C T. I'.    ;u    home   at
I Queens avenue church last evening an
Major Plant and his wife had an- interesting address was given by Miss
other cordial welcome al the Salvation Murcutt, at the invitation of the local
Army citadel last evening. The enter-1 ladies. Kev. Ur. Spencer, who lias
tainin.'iit was thoroughlj musical, aribeen organizing the local option move.
; number of Instruments being plAyed, ment in the province, and Rev. A. Deli.
among them concertinas, banjo, flute, Owen also spoke. As a result of a
aluminium chime-, [airy bells atidj collection, some $10 will be contrlhut
Some vocal selections
Phone 97
When vou want
GROCERIES
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a__d Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
������ h   sellers Stationers
hanging bell
also   formed   an
attractive    feature
ed  to the  rescue home    in    Victoria.
 ^^^^ Two ladies    joined    the    union.    The
Major Plant  left to conduct    similar league room was crowded,
services  at   other   places    in    British!
Columbia.    As  a  result of the collec-      An effort  is being  made  by  Janus
tion something over $30 was taken.    |Heay, who has been interesting him-
 I self in the formation of a company to
NOTICE.
I buy the C. P, It. steamer Transfer for
i $7000,  to  have  a  special  meeting of
the  board of trad,- called  for the pur-
I pose of discussing    the    proposition.
NOTICE ls hereby given that ttte j Th_ ftleetln���  lf ,���.,,,_   wll]    pr0DaDie
Vancouver   Power Company,   Limited, take  ^^ elQler  tQday Qr  tomol���)W
has  this day  deposited ln the    Land I 1K)rnlng  ,|S ���u, thn��� ���mlt se, for ,h(>
I Registry Office in the City of HlfL^j,,,, ���f thl, optlon on th(. gteam.
Westminster,    liritish    Columbia,  the
Best  Hams, per lb 18c
Ideal Sodii Biscuits, per tin  25c
Huntley & Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 25c
Big Nave] Oranges, per doz 25c
No. 1 Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25
Three packages Force for  10c
Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can ..10c
Milk (Canadian brandi, two for 25c
Corn and Peas, can   10c
Tomatoes,  two  per    25c
Teas and coffees are a specialty with us; try a package o: Rakawana
Ceylon tea at 35c or three pounds for $1.00. Best Mocha and Java fresh
ground coffee, 10c per lb.; or we can give you the best value in the city for
2Gc per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS.
News Dealers
and   book  of    reference    of  its
er by the company is Tuesday of next
plan and dook oi   �����r-uv-    -.l .��|week    Mr. Heay returned   yesterday
Westminster-Chilliwack Railway from I      -^ from dow_ rlvt,r wh
tb,.  1,,'Ati of  Huntingdon  io  the City
tne  ton-  "i   ��� - ����� jje n)(,t wl|h lmt  indifferent success in
of   Chilliwack.      i -_-���    ���_-_���     --------------I
selling  shn
thi   people of Ladner
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Electric Railway Service
interurban  Line.
Vancouver   and way
':*""��-'  will  n,n even half
'""r fmm  5:60 a. m. Last
���    ��� tves at li p. m.
'��� leaves Vancouver at
!1;; .in.
Ieave  the   depot   every
"'nutos   for  both  Sap-
���' city limits over the
llm
City Line: Cars leave tram
offloe on the hour, twenty minutes after, anil forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes aft*
the hour, commencing at 'i--1
a. m.
0
Sunday service half-houi'lV W
tween S:?,0 a. m. and 11. I1 '"
.    .,, Seil'Illi      Ml   (If.-,       .... ���  l,(Ml-     Vi        I..,',,,'
municipalities   of   Sumas   and   Chilli-!.   ,.,.,. . ,     .
inuniup I feeling that the first move towards th_
w 1. k  and   the  town   of   Huntingdon   ,***** .     ,.
"���' ��� _..,���      ,    ,   , forming of the company should come
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-j *
rons four (4) and five (5) of the Bald rrora tW" llly'
railway as  shown  on  the said  plan  ,	
.,,1,1 approved by the Chief Commls-
Jiner of Lands  and Work,   for   the  CiTY WINS ACTI0N
province  of British  Columbia. IN COUNTY COURT
Hated   this    12th   day   of  January, | 	
111)09.
A. E. BECK,        i     His  Honor  Judge   Howay   dismissed
Solicitoi   for Vancouver Power Com- the appeal yesterday   of    Sing   K.ee
pany, Limited. against a conviction for selling liquor
.without a license. W. Norman uoie,
K. ('., acted for the appellant, and Yv.
tl. Mcquairie for the detendanjt corporation.
His   honor   also   has handed down
a    long    written    judgment    in    the
suit or W, T. Cooksley against   the
city  for $liioo  lor personal    injur.es,
! which wa.-. heard on Feb', t.   There is
also a similar action for $700 for Mrs.
���. . _       ., i Cooksley dependent on I be other case.
1% to 2d h. p., 2 and 4 cycle.   Best,A   WheaUer acted  for the piuintlft'-,.
p. 0. Box 474.       Tel. 53.        Res. 42H
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
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value on the market
stock at
Engines kept in
Br'tish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd  j
[ft**��������H,W>MmH-��'��4��+w^ M���������
and  Mr.   McQuarr 	
tion.
Tho  case  li sure  to  go  to a coairt
of appeal, and though the finding is
unfavorable to tbe plaintiff, the Judgment provides that if tlie county
judge's decision is not upheld, certain
damages are assessed In each case
.for the plaintiffs, to avoid a new trial
renlh Street,   ���   New Westmlnsterlin the lower court..
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
for  the  corpora-
Live Stock Insurance
Have you ever thought of the hundred and one chances of losing your fine horses and other live stock hy accident, fire or disease?
I represent a reliable Canadian company, which will insure your
animals against death from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary Inspection required and no red tape about applications.    Enquire for particulars.
If you have never lost nu animal now is the tiuie to insure tor
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; the insurance company is better able to stand the loss than you.
If you have lost one or more animals then lei me hav- your application now to protect you from future losses.
MORAL��� Po not wait till the horse la stolen befor. shutting
the stable door.
I ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FR,DAY- FEE. 12,
A   CANADIAN y-A
vfr   pacific j^pr
RAILWAY COMPANY,,
Commencing January 1st tran for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 a.m;
train for all points East at n.20 p.m ;
train   for  Agasslz at  a.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For furiber particulars ana reservu-
loDs apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to C. B. FOSTER,
A.-,st. I'eul.  Pass.   Vgt.   Vnncouviir.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth,
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
MARRIAGES
ON THE INCREASE
Largest Rate for Years is
Shown in 1907-Gave Better Chance to Widows.
Telephone 54.
P. O.  Box 665
Wing   Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
.lu-: . rrived���Full and complete stock Granlteware, ln all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest   possible  prices.    Call  in and   in-
sped our stock;  no trouble lo show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
1.0.1.1011, V'-'u. IL���More marriages,
fewer births and fewer di -a ihs are recorded iu the annual report of the
registrar-general. In England and
Wales dining 1907 the marriages
numbered 274,441, :i rate of im.:; per
1000 of population of marriageable
age. This i- the largest rate in manj
years. Widows had a small rate In
the Increase, that of 12 per cent.
There was a marked railing off In the
number of remarriages of divorced
).eisons. The total number of divorce,!
persons was 1288, and the number
remarried 636, 10 less than iu tii"
previous year. There were l!i cases
of marriage of dlvprced men to di
VOrced women. The annual stvidy increase in the year's marriage age con-
tlnues. It Is now 28.6 for nn-n, and
26.49 tor women.
NIGHT FIRE DESTROYS
CHICAGO FREIGHT SHEDS
Two   Men   Cremated     in     Spectacular
Blaze���Damage Amounts to Over
Half   a   Million   Dollars.
Chicago, Feb. ll.���Thn bodies of
two men were removed early todaj
from the ruins of the Wabash railroad
freight depot, which burned during the
night, It is believed that another
body Is in the ruins.
one of the dead men has been identified ns Watchman Malone, the other
was not Identified. The loss on the
buildings and contents will amount to
$600,000. The blaze was a spectacular
one, and for a lime the cold hampered tli-- liivni"n, who hnit difficulty with
freezing streams of water.
DISCORD   IN   PARTY
PREVENTS HOME RULE
SNOWFLAKE   WOMAN   UNDER
ARREST ON BIGAMY CHARGE
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HARDMAN & CO.
Sole Agents
i
Snowflake, Mam, Feb. 11.���Mrs.
Kenna, who was nun ried here a short
time ago to Mr. Wightman, a respeel :
able widower from Huron. Ont., was
arrested 'here ibis afternoon on a
charge of bigamy, as it is charged thai
she has a husband living in the person
of E, Kenna, who is said to be a
travelling salesman for a Winnipeg.
house. Mr. Wightman and his bride
had just got settled in their housi on
the llanford farm, which they had
rented. Mrs. Kenna is a prepossessing
woman of probably forty.
Dublin, Feb. 11.���-The Irish Nation
alist convention held Its second day's
s.-ssion at the Mansion house yester
day, and compared 10 the stormy
scenes of Tuesday, when the speeches
of the minority were houted down,
l he proceedings were very orderly.
The convention came to 1 close with
a speech by Mr. Redmond, who de-
elan .1 that only discord among the
Irish themselves could revenl home
rule.
NEW WELLINGTON
C_Oj^_L
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Choice   Hams   18c
AT THE
Synopsis ol Canadian
Kayulatiuns.
111!
A_y avallabli iw, ,
In the railway b.     ��� ajj^f
bla, may be home leaded bv��l
who is the sole :,.;,.; 0(\*^\
any male ove, ig years ot a�� 51
���extent of on 1
iection
acres, more or les " '' '���-
Entry must
! the local land o
which the land
proxy may, ho, "     "j
Central Meat Market,���,:;:;      ?3|
Corner Klghth St. and    Fifth Avende
PHONE no.
BOWELL & ODDr, Proprietor*.
''���ll
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated Water.,
Family trade  a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight itrStt
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.    C.
NET PROFITS OF THE
NORTHERN CROWN BANK
"LAND SAKES!
son, daughter, brother ,��� .      V
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader v required
form the condition   <-.,nr_ectf-, ��iS
with    under    one    ol tbe   j
plans:
j    '������    At l��a    si_ monijjs' reij
upon aud vi.'i. oi ..
| each  year  for thi
{    (2)   If the lv
father Is dm |      of the 1
steader resides upon   , (arm it
vicinity of thi tered |w
.requirements a     o J
satisfied hy such p . I
; the father or mot!;, i
I    (8)   If the   ��� ig hiipe
lent residence ]
ed by him In thi . of hla W
stead, the requlrem ���      ls |
deuce maj  be
upon the said laud.
Six month:;' i.
A.   HARDMAN.
A.  JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN. *
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Winnipeg,   !���'��� b   10, n    innual
Ing   of   i ii ���     !i.',m holders   ot   thi
X'orl hi rn   Ci own  bank, held    ui     the
h vl office In   .Vinnipi      i1  noon    todaj-, ;i statemeni  of i h.   busine s    of
h i bank for the j*eai  was pres. nti I
li showed i!i" ni I | rofl     foi thi
to be $130,324.15.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
DESTROYERS   FIGURE
IN  AUSTRALIAN  NAVY
Mel ,,ni ie , Fi b. 11 Pi iiii.-r Fisher
has promised to propound a com ��� ���
naval Bcheme soon. Cruisers wen
found too expensive, and the idea ol
iiiili/.in_ submarines has been abandoned nnd they have decided to have
a destroyer flotilla.
Fishing Not So Good.
Ottawa.   Feb,   11.    The   whole
of fish   in  Cana llan  waters bj   Canadians,   Including  Ash   products,   seals
etc    during the season of  1907, com-
ii Ising  the  winter fishing <.f 1908  to
March   31,   Is   valu-.l     al   $25,500, I
Thin ts a tailing ofl nf $750,000 com-
! with 1906
a, v.      ��� ��� a you had    ich a
1 ! ��� ieopli
foi   ��� -     I       -iii,.     nd    ��� ���
our Immi nse - id tl
Vnd tel]
1 am sorrj
ou were hei        foi
hi u    "    DON'T  i OU
BE SORR.       ' i   ���      ��� ��� all Kinds
I
Speck & CrandeWs.
nd of      ���
Ing   don       ;, h   a      ui nbn
��� ��� riters or any Hghl
chin.-ry.  gi
Alex. Speck
Columbia S
be given to the C.
Inlon Lan Is al
apply for p itent.
COAL    C
ed for a pei
at an annual rea        ' |
Not   mor"   than
��� i  ii, one i; : .
A royalty at the rate   '
ton shall be co
chantabie coal m ���   '
W. \v. COM
Deputy of the Mn '   > '
THE
HOME
P -   I
"Man on  tl ���  V.   i el.
thn     Home    v-
The      Daily    New*
10c    .     ,.
"The
Roast Beef of Old England'
i
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF 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. FR,_AY, FEB. 12, 1909.
DAlLi NEWS.
P.VGE  SEVEN
The Daily News
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tSTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
PHONES:
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
ARMY 01 IHE EMPIRE
IS BEING CREATED
Great      [tain and Colonies,
to(       erate to This End
'���       ts Increase.
Lond.
mliltai
nation
11    Speaking    al    a
lasi  night i.n Lhe ro i
am ,  in the various
lefenci   v i n,.|   foreign
M       I     .,:,",    secretary    of
M;il<' fi,i nnounced    thai    Hi,
SO erni otiating    with    Its
'<,"li,,: ��� the  ."iis  as   to   Hi ���
creatl m ol ,. i |   , mplre    and
not of i ��� ,.,,   ,),,.,, *..
Mr   I .v .,.!', ii'.v    also    ���*.ii.
i"' il ion to ih" l.ni  that, a -
11 *   ' ���      lie  receni   agitation,
,|1" ha ���   j..'n< ,i   the
'"'in . i  100 appltc ii iv.    h, i
been ���-. , v., | f,,,  comml   Ions
Winnipeg's  Biy  Bonsplel.
Winn   eu   Feb.   I ird ol  &00
curli rs   rom nil part    ��� . lea a i
attendl twei Winnip i
bonspii I, which began 1; ���:������ yesterday,
li  I     aid to be the gn at. st evenl of
'in-  kind  In   the historj   of    cu
. Then thn      hrpts of cov. i
ed lc. mui 159 rink o pla;
RAISING   MONEY   TO
SEARCH   FOR  EXPLORERl
Ww   Vi. .v      11     \    am.
here .,  committee    ol    ten
was  organizi il   ;��� n     i he    purpose
equip] in."   I,      i      exp i to 1<
for Dr.  Fn
who i ���  . ippose    :.,,...   to '     ...,,,,,
somewhere in Pol
tempi to reai b i be p
,lemb   - ��� , omn Ittei   hope
to  i ,i .   th.   i- "   00 needed  lo equip
i be expedl    n      oi ha   i    I he
\ . I li teamei Ei k no*a at St. John's,
and i iiii't  In sea ir. i look  noi
later than Jul;
Th,- , spi diti ,n will be under the
auspici ���', the Arctii Club of
Aii.vi'ivi and iii" Explorers club.
SHINGLEMEN   DECIDE
TO   KEEP  MILLS CLOSED
Belllngham, i 11 \\ a meeting
of tiiv    hi In ngton to-
iia., it ��ns .I". ' : noi ei pen the
n.i ,1 unl il iii. Ice of cl .. . anced
in ihe old |i I.    ol    .' 50     ->    Igorou ���
:        i., iii ; .   made to ki en I he    '
gles up        ' grading
ard   n ".vli's  li.-s the   al
vat ion of in.' Industry.
Saut#0n Approval A
To RESPONSIBLE PROPI.S*    ��� fl."-".',.1
Laughlin p
FOUNTAIN PEN j
RED GEM
_%�� Ink Pencil
Your Choir,- , '
$
Th��t��
Two
Popular
Articles
3 for only
Post
paid
to any
address
Postponed Till   Next  Week.
San   Franci u.    Ke     '���1 The    trial
��� ���   i     ( ,. Id. nl  of  the
. of bribery,
1                                  es Monday on
��� int  ol    hi               oi District  At
tornej Fran, i   .!   Honey, ivho is con-
,".',���
Illuitrstions are Exact Siz.
Bvery i>�� n mxe rani i '
full M Kf tVi lid Grftd ��� ul
on right hand may be ti��'t
in cuhn (ui r Btandard
b-tftck opa | ������ pal tern oi
Non-br il able I -
��� nt, ns desired tithe, i
plain or engraved finiata
ns preferred.
You rnv try thtl|
if you 'I" i    I ' ���   '   '       i
�� If tfr-r    i   ��� "ii, v.
| nm for rRRti -. ��� t   - ���       ���    >
pan i m   -ii- ��� thai r.
f��nlir.>.\    ���*tit.f/v I. i ���    In
���prct return tl and wa' ��       l-l
j.u 11,10 toe It.
Ot n* hit ||
r -polar Rw   Oku Ink i  ���
, oapMi l��a_ proof trii
r*-,   oarrl-d!    hi    nn;    po   '
[....-!��� >-C or ihopptaf   ;   - I   '
any   ��nir>  at  An. tout h.    I I il
num    < up r i n u)   f I     '
poifll, polish*-., vulcatii.*�����.   r   ������"   I
MMj   Uini   cotta    I rn   fa        Rata
J ^verywh.rp   for  t    ' Amntl
I w��n--*.   Write f_r tarmi,   writt
w " \p%t ron forfrt      Mdrf_i
* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
J-25
Oetrofl.
Majtslic 8l(l,i ,
Mlnb
The Evely-Ford
Sales Company
are bringing the people down in crowds.   And no
wonder, for
We Have Brought the Price on Gordon's Merchandise Down With a Crash.
It may sound like fiction, but nevertheless it is true
���everything* is in your favor at this sale.
We must raise $10,000 in our 15-Day Sale
and goods must go out at express speed
The people are snapping up
the bargains, but each day sees
new lines and fresh bargains
added to the great sale. And
when crowds buy like this they
know  it pays.
All Staple Articles
ARE  GOING  AT  SACRIFICE
PRICES TOO
inn.i >.11 i ii ...i-vi colors dres��
muslins,  regular 25c,   tor,.. 8c
579 .van]-. 10c and 12 l-_c cotton shirtings and chambrays, na-
sorted colors, going at 8c
500 yards 80c pillow cotton, 42
and   ��t inch  ��i |e,  for    22c
if) pieces white nheetlng, Una
qualities, plain oi twill, 'iiu- values for 40c, i"c values tor 35c,
and -i'.c valii".- for 19c
850 y.u-ds 85c art  sateens, assorted colors ami   pattern-,  for
 22c
Don't Miss These Real
Bargain Chances on
Friday and Saturday
Read Every Item Here.
r><> noi I"' your chances
l.ik   sunbi ams pass you i...
K<.r you'll never tnlss the water
Till the w"ll runs dry,
Everything in Gloves, Hosiery,
Underwear, Laces, Embroideries,
Etc., Going at Record Low Prices
10 dozen Penman's natural woo)
vests and drawers for women,
regular 11 50    garment, tor 95c
1.59 yards of 10c and 15o laces,
i 2 Inch to 3 Inches wide, for 5c
767 yards 16c to "<ic embroideries und Insertions for 10c
l',  dozen   pairs   women's  il 26
silk   hOSe   for   75c
:',', do_e_ women's and chil-
tir.-n's vests and drawers, -"ku-
iar prices 85c to $l. sale price
 20c to 60c
26 pieces of n-'-t ���elli-|s, regular ?>~>C to 50c yard, for 19c
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THE  DAILY NKWS.
FRIDAY, pEB  12
������s
BEHOLD! IF
Such a reduction in prices
for first-class groceries was ���
never before given to the cit- *
jzens of New Westminster. ���
Th<} prices given below are'
'"exceptional ones, and the'
goods-for quality -are un-.
surpassed. Give us a trial.
These prices are strictly cash
prices.
You want a preparation for your
Oil cloth use Liquid Granite "B."
For new floors use Liquid Granite   "A.'1
GALLERY GODS SHOW
|     DISAPPROVAL OF TOAST
-���-_---_____
Actor's  Reference to Glories of U S.A
Meet with  Little  Favor���������'Brew-       !
ster's Millions" |5 Success.
Per   the   latest and   most   up-to-
date finish   use Johnson's  Wood
f|a i
Dye.
We have just received another carload of Raymond Hour. This flour is
equal to any other Hour on the market
today and we ������uarantee it at $1.65 per
sack and $0-.'. per barrel. Straight
gr.de Hungarian Hour $1.25 a sack.
This dour Is m great demand for
bread or pastry.
The best B, C. granulated sugar
$r,.7r,.
Twenty pound sacks B. C. sugar,
$1.15 per sack,
Tea n th ee pound pure Ceylon native wood  boxes for $1.00.
Em pin  Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria  Cross tea 40c per lb.
(Coffee of ;li" very tiuest Mocha and
.hva ground or unground, 25c per lb
'i . ... quart bottle <.f tho very tin.-.-i
liickk.s mil\  25c per bottle,
TUreg bottles of pickles for 50c,
Malta (""iv ""���' a package, or eight '
packages for 25c,
Five tins salmon for 25c.
Sanliii".-'   I""  per  tin.
Finnan Haddli   10c p. r lb.
i lorn per tin 10c
Pi as   pi r tin   10c.
Three  tins of pork   nnd   i>ean<   tor
Two Iv tin marmalade 25c per tin,
Eight bars of the finest laundr>
sonp for 25c,
Ei,_bi bai - '..!' to let   soap for 25c
Three packag . ,| i all. , foo 1 for
-,",c.
Tlir>- pacl -������- <'f laundry starch
for 25c,
Tlir.. corn starch    fi i
25c.
Two li,. -��� tins ol St. t'b'iil, s --vn ...
at.il cream 25c
-...'.     ��� 111..11     iscuil I
For a  good  varnish   use Elastil.
We.
For a good hard wood finish use
Luxeberry.
For polishing all  woodwork  use
s Prepared Wax.
Without _Isputi_i!  for    a    moment
it the United States of America as i
whole  may have a  few things to bei
proud <ii besides a   gassy   president, I
jungle factories In Chicago, seven day
salo<)iis   and   ihe sum chewing habit !
not  to mention  other notable  attractions,   sink    as   Harry   IC.   Thaw    andl
��� j Boss Ruef, doesn't it seem superfluous
��� 'that every time a theatrical company
X appearing ln a Canadian city linds it1
X necessary to introduce a toast in the
J course of a play, the Grand Old U. 8.
��� ;A. should be dragged In and make toi
��� serve as an object  lesson to the    be-1
T|nlghted heathen who dwell beyond the
J confines of Uooseveltland 7
All this by way of calling attention
in the introduction of a patriotic t.mst
to the United states, with the usual
laudatory trimmings, in the third act
of "Brewster's Millions" at the opera'
house last evening. One of the members of t"li cast, who happened to be
compelled by force of circumstances
to imbibe an Imitation cocktail, convincingly informed that big audience
that the I . S. A. was the finest conn-
try ou earth, Sunie people chei red -
they admired liis (.ollossal nerve In
making such an assertion,
Bui away back in tbe gods the boys
Ijeld a different opinion, and cries of
"After Canada," "You're wrong there,"]
"Will;,, up, Vanderpool," floated across
the footlights, It loQl'vl for a inomcut
;is if Ihe dissentients would carry iho!
W   P   W I i\ W   V   Wil ! tfa.v-b��t the good sense of the majority I
VY. _,, Walsh YV. t. Walsh, jr. 0f those present prevented them trom
4   Johnson'
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I Anderson &
Lusby
Columbia Str cct ���
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The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing,
We make a specialty of   fn-   door
-!".! ". i ;!'"! iiin dried.
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
Du-et Now
Order a Piano
at once.
Two lbs   Ol  I
for 25c.
Three
lliiliini;   powi
Blue   R]
IT tin.
��� -��� - -naps for Zoc
Whit.   Star, 20c.
od  Maple  Leaf
joining in an unseemlj demonstration
which I,..'li- have boeii construed as
unfriendliness towards Canada's next
door neighbor.
While ii Is readily admitted that
the changing of even a few line- In
a play will sometimes perplex an u<--
; tor. there is no excuse for the Introduction of toasts which, while suitable
for America, arc noi ��� sa. I ly in goo I
tn-:.' north of the foi ij ninth pa alle]
La.-i night's slight demonstration of
resentment i- only a sample of wlii
may happen on a larger scale one of
these days, unless a timely warning to
avoid Limn;1 whai is considered by
some im off. uc. - heedi d bj thea
trlcal managers.
Oi the play itself, nothin in good
can be said. V om - -inning kj end
it   was  pn s.Med  as only    a    bi rong
i cast can present It. Koberi Ob. r. as
Monty  Brewster, showed    exceptional
ii bility in .'i difficult role, his facial expressions  iu  the different    situations
Two  heads  are bettei    ihati    one
Both of ynu coiiie    and    choose    the
piano,    our stock of pianos is    large | being most realis Ic.   His co-star, Miss
20cjan(l varied, Including many makes, In- June  Mathis  (Peggy),  acted through
;eluding upright and player,   Every In- om in a natural and graceful manner,!
Btrument is warranted, and 1��8. a full, while of the    others,    grouchy    G-S
....!   tone    perfect   mechanism,   ex-Jc'hrUde sto,���| oui   prominently.    The'
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS'  gtOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
qulsite touch,   and   looks fi:   for
drawing room of a queen.
E    v  i.nu       Low  prii .���
J.H.Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
iae spectacular effects, especially In    the
I much advertised ship-in-distress scene,
wp ���  ��� xceptionally good.
I
House of Quality
20
PER
CENT
is   the   reduction  on
Fifty
Suits
selected  from   our    up-to-date    stock;
regular price* from $15 to $25.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
BRITISH   NAVY   BUYING j|
CHICAGO   CORNED   BEEF'
I.on,imi. Feb.  ll.���-A  Chicago    ftrm
has been awarded a contrdC* io   sup i
ply the British army w*.th corned beef]
for a period of tln><-. ytjars.   The fir-l
lellvery, betw^n B00��000 and l.OOCKOOO
1 pounds w'/i'i he ma,!.- in July and tur-
Ithc-r il.liwiia will be   In O-Cordance
I with the i'��-u"iii'.-iii.-ni- of ih-  army.
The in- in will be packe. al Chlcago.i
iihI.i' the -ii[,..r\isinii rn' Itriiisti army
itlici'i's.
CANA-tlANS   INVITED  TO
DRY   FARMING   CONGRESS
I
rii, vine,    Wyo.    Feb,    11.   James
B     v ambassador of Q-reat Britain to
ithe  inii.-.1 states, has  forwarded  to
S Washington an Invitation of tha dry
farming congress   :o  the  mloiatW  o_-j
I agriculture  of Canada   In  outer   that i
the  Dominion may be represented _t1
tin   congress  here  February   Z3.
J. Eugene Brown & CO.
272 Columbia Street.
See Window Display Today.
This Means Money I
...to You.*.      !
We can now offer you buys in New Westminster,  j!
Vancouver, Chilliwack ana suburban acreage that ��.
are sure and quick money-makers. <j
THINGS   ARE  HAPPENING,   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   VOU   TO   MOVE    j
QUICKLY. I
I mwm F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ____-B |
��� New Westminster, B. C, <
Some Early Arrivals in
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Dress Goods
Special lines of extra value are now on display in the
Dress Goods section. We mention here a few fabrics
which are proving most popular. Ask to see them
at 45c per yard. Navy and Cardinal All-Woo]
Serge, 40 inches wide, good weight and fast colors,
Suiting Panama 90c per Yard
Panamas of every description hold first place among
the Spring fabrics. Lines now showing are of medium weight, fine hard lustrous finish, all wool. Cinnamon Brown, Golden Brown, light and dark Navy,
dark Cardinal, Black and Cream, 46 inches wide.   Per
yard, 90c.
50mInch Panama 95c per Yard.
Brown and Navy only in this special line. It is of medium weight and durable finish, being closely and
firmly woven.    A most desirable fabric for Jumper
Suits and new style Skirts.
Black Chiffon Taffetas $1.00 per Yard,
A silk that does not cut, is exceptionally soft and
bright in finish. When we mention the fact thai this
line is of kkBonnett'sv well-known make you may rest
assured that it is of superior quality, especially adaptable for Waists and Trimmings.
A Splendid New Showing
ot Household Draperies
New coiOred Madras Muslins in 50 and 54-inch widths.
daik colors, showing up to great advantage the new
Cathedral designs. Per yard, 50c to $1.10
Cream and white Madras Muslins in all widths, trom
24 to 60'_?_ches, small and large designs, with or without  drilled   edge.    A large range to choose from
All prices, 20c to  75c per yard.
Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots now in stock
Widths range from 27 to 50 inches.    Per yard, 1 Oc
to 30c.
Cream and White Scrims, in fancy stripes, per yard,
1 Oc to 30c.
A Large Selection of Fancy
and Plain Net Door Panels
Arab and White Net, with patterns worked out in designs suitable for long or short glass doors, also trW
Swiss3 net panels with rings all ready for hang��
Ask to see the new range.
W. S. Collister & Co

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