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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHlTfc ^HILZS & CO.
NEW W��&   MINSTER, B. C.
OLUME 4, NUMBER  '���
re? m
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
MEW WESTMINSTER, B. C WEDNESDAY Ml
. EBRUARY 10, 1909,
���fCiiv
_,strict     League     Games
t  Bf   Rearranged  Owing   to
Defaults-Team   Chosen.
.. ,,. , ,  Football club lias
,,:; faction that tbe
Vancouver Island league
ittetl io take part In
.    on lhe mainland, as
|   li-.ini   importations
.....   ���,ii    uractlcail)
of the match on    New
.ivrvH   over     for
. a iv- been  put   In for
; iDna to ih.   Celtics,
i,   loned, nnd  he Is
I :,.,    ou    Saturday
and,  ,i   in-'ii. li    I' ft
; Dec uiber    So far
.,,    . . n nrrang. tl for Feb
am n ii:  keep    In
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
LICENSING BOARD      (carnival attracts
NOW constituted!   FoyR mm T0 RINK
Rclle
BLOCKS I ROM EVERY TRANSFER Of f [RED 10   ' BELUNGHAM LUMBER MILL
STATE IN THIS MAP1  jq)Nj cjqtj* ^m      MAT INSTALL TURBINES
er  Rink  Masquerade Centre of  In-   Piece,   ed   Wood   from   Forty six   Com
Representatives Named Bv I    t.re.t l��.i *
r- --.-.    u\ teiest Last Night���Continue. To- monweaiths   Used   in   Chart   on
Provincial Government toi        day_The ph., winner, st,ambMt United states.
Serve on Municipal Board, j
j    A  number of  .-or-,    attrac tivt>   costumes wi!,- ,. ��� i. at th. roller rink last
The  complexion of    the    He. nsing
, evening when tbe  ipenlng night of the
commission, v'    board    will    undergo Li-is -���i     i
, masquei ade di   .. ovei   100 persons to
little .balm.'  this year so far as    Its  the rink   mo.i ���
policy la concerned, to judge from the
!>< i-oiiii.l of the n> w board, which
has now been 11 rapleted, and which
holds Its first rjuarterly meeting next
luunili.
The provincial gov.mmeni lias appointed Joseph J,aggers (r. newal i and
Oeorge Turnbull. .Ur Turnbull replaces C A, Welsh The city council having quite n lasi- to make the Belec
elected H. Al. Marshall and Newton R
Brown,  so  thai  there  are    two    new
: w ;i nu skated The
Boor was crow I . with gaily dressi .1
couples, garbi ��oldlers,   sailors.
cowboys ,:ii l .v.v picturesque char-
act, rs.
Three prizes wer, awarded: First,
Miss Edith Meredith, "Cowboy"; second, Miss Laver; Glpsj Girl," and
third, Mi- Flshi i. i Ihinaman," (or the
most  original costumes,    the    judges
Cl i' :���     .1.  \V.  Dennis   cab
Ine   an . _  maker,  will   take  to
his -. ,-ej ihi- week fort} i Ix
blo 'ks  ..] wood,    representing    ever)
state   n the l nlon.   The blo< Its, which
.'!!��� , ..; ,   .ma un Inch th ck,
i ha\.     .. em bj   th.   i* iverno     of
Engineers   Expect   to   Increase   Power
C.   P.    K.   Asks   $10,000   for        p,.nt by n Ptr Cnt.-Exh.u.,
Steamer      Effort   Bern-         steam to Be H��m..-,d.
Made to liaise Sum. 	
i;- ���    im, r.,. 9.    Engineer- from
Vn effoii  is   ieiiig made bj    Jam     Sl" Fnuiclsco who arrived ln the city
���I'"-,  rornierlj   engine r on the C. 1'   Saturdaj   with  Frotl   .1.  Wood, of  the
R      ' '':"      '    :' : '���   -�� organize    a ���  k  Wood Uumber companj   ar�� to
limited  im!.in. ���   company   io   mrchnse ,, ,,���,.,,,
|ii.i.. engaged |��� Woiklng oui n scheme
un.   steamer   Iroin   ihe ra Iwuj   com-1
�� h- " ".' ii is li.-;,,.! !., save the power
Hon
l  pani
lanti;:i-     and     festoon?
pan). iho mi. un,hi being to i ��� place ll
on  th.   down  rh        run    as    fa     .,    ;': '    * uow wasted.   The engineers di
3Lates  "-'  ""',n  u  lar8' jStev. dare thai  .,;,  the use ,,f a turbine en
m.'i'' oi   ���      nation,    which    wlll    be     Shares in i mipany are offered  glue the)  will   ,��� able to Increase thi
plac ! .ii tin   cabin of the new steel j111 *���'"    " h-   :" !> irehase price of the
' vessel   ','. Ing $10,    this  figure hav-
li"!   - | ower oi the plani by at least
������"       ��� ������ per cent.   The   steam   thai
. .1
.lux
steal i nlted Stat, s, io bi   launr.i
Mai,   _woc Washington',    i-.h-' '"",    ?' ":"'    ^ ��he head ofll   now escapes through the!exhaust plpe8
'       " connma>  *" Montreai be harnessed and made to work
I he .'i; v  1,,  i   ll    , ,,  T nnsfer    at .        ....
,. ... ... ���' i"*' -  as uu -oi I again.    Wood    state?
Indiana sent cherry; California, red   thl    prlci   holds good onh  until Tues-  ,h���,  ,,   ,,      . ,
he plan Is successful the tur
ie will be used to drive    i
ti li in 'mn will   drive   thi
i the  new  pinning mill
Wi i*l<   m ��� hi   new addition has   be. n
faces on the board.    The mayor i   ex   hung from overhead   and a band dis    ������*'        Massachusetts,    chcstnul     n      '������      ;    '    IB,   ivi   a   ,.   v-.Hl   bi    with- k|n    , ��� .,,
officio ii  member of the board, com  ��� ���  mtisii     A  very pleasant  time  elm;   Montana   pin< ,   Loul   siin,     cii ���" nn ' "'"';  '" :''i*'- tho     l'11   motor  win,
il  If the  B. C.
I on March 6 as For   police   comnil    loner    the      n    .va     peni     Tli    carnival is continued   wo   .  and   |iin    and   larcl    formed   In   "",|,':   u    Hca;             out this morn
in  tin   delays  ails- vincial    governmenl    have    api              oday.                                                          ine                   M         Ip        ed     gum                               promises    of  financial
month, Aid.  .1.  Carter Smith   as chairman of      ll   is   the   lutention  ol   the   manage    ilisso               Arkai           oak;    Okln-                   om Ibe down   |-          klents,
ngement of dates the   police   committee,  and T   S   An-  menl   n ....      lecial ultractions from   boma, w              ml tlie D            nl  Co    "te"         '        '" '     '   '    '���    u''!- '"
..'   cl   league.        I nan.lair,  the i   presentative  la       ea      In     to       ���   .,   tli     lastinie inci-easi h   torii   wood   fro         ���   nav                                                          '��� upon
Saturday's   Its votaries in the cit; ��� nn
'������ IHiUREHNIA HANGS UP
nd KIrby; foi
In gun
I'le
. . . i   -.    John ton,
Res . ��� . It i'i
, (rum ,- v ' ofl
��� Mill rofe ���
IBUN ELECTED
BY ACCLAMATION
x-Atlin Vacancy Filled
inister Well Recaived
���v.
Hi :i    Wil-
���,    ,.     li,-  fed
 x-Atlln,  Mi
Ithdraw   on  ar
ANOTHER SPEED RECORD
American Salvationists
Attract Police Attention
VACCINATION WAR
SHORT SESSION IN
PROVINCIAL HOUSE
Cunard  Liner Travels 2934  Miles at an!
Average  Speed  of 25.20 Knots
an Hour.
Q       .      iw n,   pi        ������     Th      i 'liii'inl
lin."   Mau ������ laiiiii pas *. :   Daunu   Rock
h    hip ai  5:10 p.m     esterda     thti
lishing  a   record   for    the    long
',, it.     Th.- liner covei ��� ,1 the   listance,
293-1 miles, from New York at an aver-
.... d  oi   25 20     ti ������        rhe  daj -'
i ere  191   605, 591
95 miles to Daunt - R. n k
I'li-. pa >sage w as ma :-  In four days,
','.   11 * >    ll',Ill's,   iw. ntj    ��� ��� Pll   :n Hi  .
Seatl !���    K,  i   i'    "i 'aptu u"   w 11 lam . the ho      yfTic.      I I lis, K     i'-iI      it;
divisional     offic i      of     ihi ' ' !:": do regula
,   . I     '". Sta Kellll. ill .
American Salva Ion Ai ni -. Is   -��� Ing In
I "is using, in  lil. own faiuil
v*. stigated bi   'he police as the result       .
I quani ...   ,-i  goods don ited       i     nn  -
of u  complaint yesterdaj   by  .l<���i-K i    :i. . ;.,..,: ��� .,   .
Kennedy, former member of the corps,     k th.     Armj     Tli. .���   are
who   resigned,   hi   says,    because    of sleeping quartei    al n*rai
questl uabl'epei   mai conduct of Stacj
HAflES AT LONG BEACH Bill to Extend Time for Col-
lection of  Prince Rupert
I Several Families  Leave California City        Slll'VCY  Introduced.
Because of Requirement Made by 	
Public School   Board. Vic tori.i     l-Yb    9     Tho   Uou i    onll
  sal i"   on.   lour todaj   this being th.
ii" i'Si  sitting of iii      ���    Ion
iii    Wai     .'in    "     iill  wa    Intro
Loi      li   ich,  i'ii    Feb     9.    Xeiirl*.
i1"' chil!". n were dl nil   , ,1 from th
an i ih" methods pursui d ' y him au
Ef in d< aling wi.ii .-i'ii. lt\.
���; ini-        Btacj    equin i  thai    . public schools > ���--- relay    ecause thi s
���
ha I no     pen \... i Inated
.
SUCCEED IN liRDWINIi
��� , him all  thai thi '     rml1 ,;" '" '"  ' "ate(J-
Kenned)   told  the police  thai    the earn ������  da    n    ,      hej    v a     s    '   ,i: ' '""'::'     "'"   ���"* ' "  ";l
clan,, j and his collectors who jo account   dI  the  trouble.
In  ih.   name   of  chttrlt: !     I. . .-    i,. um ,1.  dei a ������
ar.. largelj bogus.    Provisions donated     .        .,,,,  Intelllglbl       looks    ol    ac   irrigate 69275  *CR_S
lo Hi" a: in.   by    business    men   and   couni     md  oi     a  week    reads   n
others, in the belief thai they are go     '���'   uu-ni   thai  certain amounts have
ling io 'lie relief of the poor, an  eaten   been   taken  In and   the  -ame amount
T 1   EAbT  OF CALGARY
MRiHTA  l\I   FAR  NORTH Ib '- w"n ,,1:'" ��� w-"�� no explanation of the
IUU/.IjIjU  111   1,411   [lUllI II j their home at  the headquarters, and purpos   for which the money Is used.
ting h. Id    last
:   111    1     111.-    With
I Samples  Grown  a     Sturgeon  Lake  Are
Erought   to   Edmonton���Leaves
Eighteen  Inches  Long.
0STAL  DELIVERY
ii    un  h
v.��� i _ io 1 Ini
I        .-..I    banquet
otel, and w a*, glvi n
:. i  , ongl a  111     ; m
l'1    Esslngton    tc       Edmonton, Fi b 9    Albert Talt, wh
,;1   We,ln   retui ned  from u ti Ip Into the    !'��� ace
Vancouvei   in r-ver ,., ,,.v ,, fe_  ,.,.._  Ig0| . , , ,gh(
'   "" election (lown   ���,,h   ,,..,,   ., v, , ,,    ample-    ol
-"���^i""! i,,-���������.,.��� leaves, grown  ai   the  Roman
,'1'"1 Catholic illusion ai  Sturgeon lake bj
Ri v. father U. F. Calais    The tobacco
is thoroughly raatun tl,   ind the I ive
ENDERS -1"'1   B    niarvellous    growth,    being
eighteen Inches In l< ngth
Mr. Tall s iv- ih" in li 'ii are n il
suff. ' ng any particular hardship this
winter. Though ih" im i carce they
expi cl a good si as.ai in view of the
opening up of the "close season on
beaver,    The fur is gra lually Increas-
tad p .vlouslyl'n-. 'lie rabbli    bei  ng  mor,   num
 u ��� ments of erouB 	
H'le    : .  M   ,,|,
'   which   v.      ul' Russia  Active  at   Harbin.
ol a com-     pekin, Feb. 9    Foreign residents al
,   essmenl ; Harbin  an    tlarmed al  the    actlvltj
'.  oi   Canada,
:,      I II-Wer   to
i'ii this cltj
ition  , !   free
n da ���. provided
and   lie ,|(m es
looking upLhown there b} Russia during the past
1 ��� ��� :- register- f0rt_lg_i in Installing a municipal ad-
fj office and noi
plans, and as t
dun    ih
- soon
o committee    will
main Ier,  after
i '"'    lei    for    ihe
|MEN oppose
ANTIJAPANESE  BILLS
���'   ini
.
'���'    'l'he Methodlsi
"l     Soiilheni
ng yesterday    in
b. adopted rr-solutlons pro-
-    lap, ,o  lee.
"'""S at Sacramento.
Mlnsion     Of
:   I.-  ichools
j ,!' "aw ��� aiscrlmlna-
class    of
Kill
ministration, hitherto held is abeyance, and in overpowering Chinese
authority, collecting heavy taxes and
exercising severe police measures. II
Is further reported thai Uie Russian
authorities are Ignoring the treaty
rights of other nations and that the
vice-royalty al Mukden Is conslderablj
excited over the situation
���������������������������������������������������
��� *
��� C.P.R. DECLARES   DIVIDEND.    ���
���
���
Montreal, Feb. B.- The boai
,i   ���
��� ..f directors of the C, P. "- ''"
��� dared yesterday   the   seml*��n-
��� mini dividend of 2 per cenl   ""
��� preferred   and   3   pei  cent, on
��� common stock and    an   extra
��� dividend ol Vi of i per cent, on
rh,.   surplus   i-
lo|* $4,818,282.
1      '".'in  and    theL
'"��."    ami,*    the r()I1      ,
villi-.
ti    Ion."
��������������������������������
���������������������
Ottawa, t'.-ii  '.'     A Ier In council
i,,, ii  pu   ��� ' brlii  Ing into    .ii v
i an ngrecmi m bei w ���   n iho | ,n, nimeni
. nd  P   I'    \i.\lu,  .-. In !���' '   Al�� In  ��   i
divei i   w ii.i   ii o.ii  i ae Hon     : Ivor    lo
ini,-.,ii    69,275 acres  ol   laud  ��� ���. i    ol
i Calgary and noi ihwesi ol thi   Rob In
��� i 'on   n ' ���  i    I.: iinai. I  i-.\||i.-l|illlll| ������
I v $500,000     Lund i    In t $11
in in :,   an,I ,i  i mi her d ���
I io be  mad .
Drunken Miner's  Inhuman  Act.
C-iiinvlllo,  III.,   I', ii   -..    I'A.'ii. in, n
i ��� i unning al Staunton, n nilnin i ion u
imi"'. children     Vccordlng to the  and  In   Baltimore thirty of the army),.,  vfBC0���pIn i nl  . on arc-oiim of u
that  thej  an   thus enable 1   to live on
the fnl of thi   land.
Kenned)'.- i barge against  Stat-)    Is
,,       lous iliai   ih" police   have    d. -
elin ,i   to  give out   Information    concerning ii until a .-vn ilete Investlgii-
tl  n has been made
Kenned)  says thai the collectors, a
���!\  ol   whom cany official titles
,   25 .,��� i  cent, of all funds they
. |- ah I glv.  to Stacy or his wife,
and that tin -'��� funds a 'e deposited In
the s, amiv bank In the nam" of their
He further said thai some of the ;.- r-
son- who are living off the collec
lions "f lhe army are known lo the
police.
"Kennedy's  complaint    Is nil     ilti
work,'' says Capt, Stacy
The    American    Salvation      \rni>.
which ai  that time consisted of Capt
Stai   . his wife and two young    on
opened quarters in this cit) In August.
it had been run oui of Beveral o
in  tli" east  for misrepres, ntatlon re-
.^ii!', I in-, the expenditure of its  funds,
dui ��� -I  b)   ui     age   a    wa     also thi
Oi 'iii,i Turn:, Pacific railway bill   ex
tending the  nine  for  the completion
"i  i lie vn \ v  ol  i'l'iuiv Rupei i  until
\la,  I, 1909!
,       Vancouver    Northern    rallwa)
illl  was read a llrsl  time; the High
.i iiaifii lii gulatlon an and the
(!i .il am Island ral \- i) aci were al ���
' ��� llcl a  lii -:  I,uie.
I'n '   11<>it .,���   pa.���:������...|  the    Arbitration
...���,   an i   Hi    Victoria Barclay   Bound
ai!\\ a.,   a. i.    Several other bills ffi   ���
iidvanced u Btng.
T�� o now bills of con dderable IflJ
poriiince w-1.. Introduced yesterdaj
hi private iiiemburS. The women's
i im iii , bill, killed by the legiila lv.
' ,. .,i ia ' ��� i.m, came to life
again, ami was Introduced by ���> H
Uawl hoi ii h ,\,ii',. the Vanalmi loclal
i ���
11     K 'v      ,   Cl inbrook,   irough
Imi ortunl    ai
io iie-  \i- .1 cai act
latlon with
i ,| ,f  medli  "
rules  1'ii.i   lown   b)    James    Duffin, I officers and  member-  of    tho    arm'.  ,.,,.,, mJne'r |n _ ,|,U11|,, ���    ...   ,,;,,,,��� . i        which will    ���
commander-in-chief of   tli- army,   nt were given twenty-four hours In which L   rour-year-old  child    on    n      od-ho   i lan     Jclentl
Philadelph      i"  i"    '  ni   of all  col-1 to lea v.   the'cll)  to avoid prosecution |,,toVe    Jullu.  Qreenwald,  when    tl i
lectlom  -
be forwarded weekly to|for a criminal offence
r
;a   ,-,|  Sundai   b)   iia  i hllili'en  of a
Project Which May Mean       j
Untold Millions to West
Mr    Hicks, ai who ���  bom.  h.   ho ird.      i uu    i    on     n      ogei utlon
, ni'
ui I     in n.-i        Hi
I  ii,I, - io
seized the child  In  que tion an I  held
ri on  the    tove unl il  ll   was    overol)
burned      Neighbors   bei umo      .   en
',.!���, d on  leai ning of On ������uwald'    ai I
il   was   l'. ,ii . i|  a   mob  would   foi in.     Ut
llm       :,     , n  prose,
th Ing   ill.-mill        i ���       '
foi ',i     "iv..       ; ..   imendmi nt
place ��� h" "in.   upon thi   ,. cii ��� i
���
he  �� i-   lun i i"ii to   lh.     .'.nn' -       ��� in""'
i
Winn ''' '  '���'    ^'";'t Is .l.-iii'i-  not onl)   ..ill the wosi p,    pai
I ng ,],       ��� . advanci d step hitherto
take|] . , fU therance of practical
HI],    ,   .   ��� |   agriculture In  western
tlculai v. In at, b. pn ��� v ,.1 from
earl) I o is, bul tho avoragi . leld will
be     ��� atlj  augmenti ���)   a      till  w hlch
of <   ,   ,. mu-i  ni i  bun ii. ,i' of mil
Cai ' "'���'���'' ln ""' rormat,on lion lollara for tho w
provlni
Pedlgr.
Drew
here undi '       l':l"-'nl     Ot     the
,,i  Manitoba of, th>- Qarton
3 l  Co.,  of  which   B.   L.
e [dent    and    William
w)j..t( ,. -i.i. ni,   whii.    ih..    In
fluential boai i "i din ctors Include A-
\l .xaiii'.n. William Black, of Ogilvle's
Co : i \ Machray aud T. R
Carton The capital stock of $200,000
.   j., 7; v paid up. and tn.- com pany will
 i to open breeding ground- for
icsting ol now breeds of wheat    and
,.,,,,. grains already created,    estab-
ll.aliing one in each of ihe three prairie
,,���,.    |t  is claimed that by the
,,.;,!   applieatl .'l   Of   the   Carton
furies to Western Canadian con-
Ijilons, grains have already been brad
maturing i* much   as   these    *
ihan   staii'lii',.1   v: rleties,   that
....  (mental stage v  pa��t,    ud
i,j   this  discovery   ihe   ri-h ���   I
The i'n 11 extended over a large area
.ml   , HlMflrj   lliueli   lall,
rh, ii j. in e <,i grain pdln . and
ii- governing law i, is ihe dl tcoverj of
Qarton Bros., of Warrington, In Che
shire,  Kngland,  and i    ihi   lesull  ��.i
tw. nt    Ight  yei mtli ui  i *>��� i><*' ���
ne ntlns    T. K   colon iia    i" en    ln
the Canadian weal now  iomi olghtean
months,  itudj Ing local i ondltlons   ot
soil, climate and fertility, ami   now|*��) morning by a fall or black ino
supported b> somj of th, ntrongeel in
ni tho oomniiinii.. be propo
applying the lystaiu >.i    breeding    ta
local conditions,
The companj  will worn along ihi
suiiie lines iih ih.- parent Institution,
and   Will  o|ie|i lip  p   -eleillillc  bleetlin-
ground In each of the three province**
'.0   llltloiluee   new*     breeds     of
rain i   peclally io ' " 'i:""'
ment*, und  to test out    varieties    al-
read.  ; ei 'ei,   i.   Tl under
th,,  p, m ot  Mr. Car
ton, who ,, ,, tel;  Inipre   ed with
i swearing   vengeance,
Dies   Playing   Dead.
11.11 'I.ml,nne.   il        !���'.!.      'i      I.
Fields, of Mi.un-  Vi. toi  . lap    i Into
lllli    cloU -IU'  s    lllli illg    I ll"    I ' li-   ���
of ii houi. mil rn pla    in ��in.-h   i
(llllnn  ih,.  roic oi   i   dead   man     He
di,.I   soon   all, i
Fall  of  Black  Snow.
Meganttc, Que . i'- '���> '���    1 l>
in  iiiis  district   wen   alarmed
,i-rlrultural  trinmph  of  ;he  century, n.l Is
the fiim ,. -.I tho -iv- ai Can idian
��� ���
��� STRIKE CLOSES SMELTERS. ���
4-                           ���
��� Treeon, Mexico, i-'. h l��.   The ���
��� big smeltei al V. I    linn, owned ���
��� b)   -li" American Smelting and ���
��� Reflninv   .onii'                     un ���
��� elos, i|   on account  of a  strike. ���
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PA   13 TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
Wednesd;
TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders are   Invited  until   Monday,
the 15th lnst. for a brick block to be
erected on Columbia street, New Wesi
minster.   Plans and specifications maj
be   .vn at the office of the Dominion
WINNIPEG CLAIMS
150,000 RESIDENTS
compared with 31 at present;
er comparisons are:   Banks,;
and otb
-43;   bai
ers,   10-100;   boot and i-hoe
ants, :: 94; dr) goods, il-d
11-277:
MADE IN CANADA
'    ^4        iii-i _______SS -nnP1"
Trust  block, New Westminster, oral   Metropolis   ol"    West   Makes
pan*    &   Fee's office,    570 Granville
Big Gains in Population in
Two Years.
street,   Vancouver.    Low
tend. !'   li"!   :.��� i "  sa '   |;     ,,v   pti ���'.
an)
I Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. I
^^^ ni.-rt-li
         ; grain deal-l
_    rocera,  ll-.TT;   hotels, 9 80;
n-ewspapers and periodicals, i:,i   (the
Five   Press   being   published   In     the'
former year);  physicians, . ir.u.    nnd
real estate agents, G 3G2.
The 1907 directory contained tbe
names of Tl piom i r citizens w h0 w, re
in Winnipeg III L876, ami all i U| four
oi these are In the presenl book. These
four are 11. M. Drummond, Hugh Mc
Cowan, S ��� v.i Alalve.v and \V. ri.
Taylor.
Axcording to the city directory there
are 1,220 streets and avenues In the
city, their united distance being approximately 325 miles; Hi churches
mid places of worship, and 290 blocks
and halls.    There are 35 more blocks
Winnipeg, Feb. 9,   According i.   th
figures of the cit) directory, Winnipeg
-   has reached the 150,000 mark in point
of p imilatlon,    1 he figures are based
WANTED       li,    experienced    book-   "i""n   Ml''  actual number    of    names
keeper, small set books to keep dm*-  gathered b)  the directory canvassers,
spare time,    Address X. ll. 243,  multiplied by 2.875, wuich i- the recog-
__^__2��� "''���'"''    tandard   allowance   made    lor   mentioned in the new directory thai
''"������������    ���    "   ���   ���-        ""I others, who,   there were in  the old, showing that
WANTED ��� Competent    experience,!   trough minority or some other cause   tho   tendency of the    times     i
ad)   stenograpl        eslres    ixisltion   hav,- doi been Included in the names  apartment houses has reached  Wi    I
in  or  aro Ink)   of Westmin-  compiled.     This    means    pract.cali)   peg,
ster,    Addrea     Mi - ,1., care   Dally   thre.   persons whose names have noi .	
S'ews' n   i""1   "      wn"St'   name     and Rush   of  Settlers  to   MUiville
 K,,iiii'      appeal
Thi    1909 .   , mtalii
n IV"-   as   coin   ,i.i   \\ ith
and   17,636        1907,      'I lv bailie
i    a-  In formi r yeai
iti    oi   iii-.   entire
ipu   ��� on of ih" cltj at 157,383. Thi i
I i les
WANTED to purch a good housi
for cash from owner. State full
particulars of house and were all
iiate.l. Addres T.S., Care of L. W.
Henderson, C
Melvill,
1 , ,   '.'
I  ci  i a.' 0pi ii ug oi . prln
the
  , v        ;on  of
ANTED   a    ma       I    man    want    s    Bo]  face st Jaine. and Sl   charlea
work; v   . ti      I kinds; wan-., con-  ,. timated       ,    : 	
.tant ei eni   Apply Royal Pa-      According to the figun    of 1908 the
ciflc Realty. population of  the entire  district was
 1 1   i 13,869,   which tn ii foi
FOR SALE Six lots, 60x120 each, cor- the year of 17,514, Using the same
ner Richmond and Eighth avenue; method of arriving at a result, the in-
$160 each; cash. A. L. Bryant, 1524 crease ln poulatlon in 1908 over 1907
Charles street. Vancouver. ' was only 2.916 po that the    progress
Despifi    v
 [is   I> '      '  I
era! weeks away settlers, of ill walks
In life and man) nationalities, are now
treking Into the Melville district, Many
of them ai" buying land, but the majority are loi ating in town.
OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
'0b, ll. Brewster's Million.-.
Feb. 18 Jane Eyre
peh 23 Daniel Suny.
,,-,.,, eT The Burgomaster,
March   I.    I<er0   GoW'
March ::.   Stubborn Cinderella.
Marph  I..    Uncle Tom's Culiit..
v     iiiui'i   Bere ford.
N ��� klary.
Al���.;l 7.    Blanch  Walsh.
2S    The Gingerbred Man.
j;,,,,.  l".    Nat Goodwin,
weepmd
Te
-leplmnc 1G4
Thomas Pf.ters
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SPICES
OF ALL KINDS AT
Re a part  (30 acresj  ol  the m i
quarter ol  - ection   I",  to vnsl
New Westminster dlstrlc t.
Whereas proof of thi   lorn ���
ti,.,,-,. of title number 1150 F���
RYALL'S
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED.
DRUG
SfORE
PHONI
,   ll
in the name of Jam- e Long,
Bled in tiii- office.
Notice i- hereby given that I      ��� :
^^^^^ ^^^^^^ , at the expiration of
From   the   Atlantic  to   the   Pacific,  the date of the first publlca  o
lnlei   in a dall) ii' ss-spaper pul - thf
know Cjty o��  xew   Westminster,    Issi
���s 1!il-- 'duplicate ol the said certif)
in the meantime valid ""   be
Qanadians ani Americans are
' sti d In Meh ii'.,- bee luse thi >
Is  the  termlnu:   ol   the  Hudson
    during the last  year Iia1-'
OWNER will exchangi five acre block Breat.    Th-   Increase   In ^^^
at  Bon Accord  for city lot.    What b;'*-   !a!'   exceeded  thai   of  any  other
offers.   Address, Box 537, City. >'ear,
 _____'       It   IS   Bl ll   .1 '   .  j      ..   ,pl|
TO LET���Five room cottage, nice ttial there are fi ft) languages spoken
garden, due block from car. Rent *n Winnipeg, whicl ' th, cos
$15.   Also six room house just off   mopolitaln nature of the city and its
Sixth Strcf. rent $15. White, Shiles"'     "~':~~  '"' ""'"'" "",!i,'1�� wn'-W
& Co.   260 Columbia Street,
.lattraction to the who] itslde world.
I'h,-  1909 .ii,'. ctoi    '���"!.' tins 250 more
^   pages  than  ihe on;, issued lust  year.
It
v. 1 I in-     ,       rvellous gr iwth
railway and  also  the  terminu-s  of thl
ram :>  to lh,   I nited  Stales.    To adi'i
���i> Us Importance the officials of Can
ada's new transcontinental line have
selected it as the operating centre foi
been   very I nearly a thousand mii03 of its main
population   line  fls   well  as   Gor  some    thousand
bi am lies.
To better .ope with the heavy traffic, both pas enger and freight, the
railroad company is now spending
" sum. of money. The largesl
yards in Western Canada between
Winnipeg and Vancouver are now
nearing completion in Mi Ivllle and
already the company has learned that
its   freight   sheds an-   too  small   and
made to mi  in writing
C. S. KEITH
District Registrar ol Tit)
Lain! Registry Office, New Westmin
ster, B. C ��� Feb. 3rd, 1909.
�����������������������������������������������������������*������������* ��������������������������������������������������������������������4M-
.. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
0f winni] ��� g has onl, been excel de I b) wo ,. will b ��� stai ted before the end of
one other city in the world, namel) (he | res. nl n i nth on new sheds which
.bv inn, * burg
WANTED M d . 1.1 wife to occupy
house with other tenant. For particulars address P. O. Box 1, City.    ( ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
S.A ���      ition  ol   will  be  160 i-   I  long.
���,e'*" '   by   the de\ In n  short time Melville will  be to
ade, j the central  west what Winniepg has
The first cit;   direct try was publi , ,,, v....,,,��� Canada for the   past
In 1876  and the po      ition of <*   ;ade���-the  distributing     polnl
Winni it thnt 1 0,000.., v - [- ..   ;:i,.! centre.
: I its eliarl ��� . .
.' years pl   ���   i        LARGEST  BAND  ON   RF.CORD
and   three !   bo I to ORGANIZES  IN   NEW   YORK
luirement      V.1 	
New   York,    f'!'.   8.���The    largest
TO RENT���One 1 irge furnished
room, near lib ary. suitable for two
Also two small ones, Bent n ason-
able    Apply 287 Vi       ia   treet.
WANTED A n i g rl; i rvices required from 1 ��� ���> G p.m. Mrs. Dr.
.Ion s, Royal avenue.
English Watchmaker
Cold Watches for Bailies from $1275
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open caBe,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7_-o   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grace-
���K-1^-*..^!.^^!. .i..H"I"l"t"I"M-
Manufacturers and Draiers in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Door,,[
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
[Fish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
Rcyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone"!2. New We-.tminitei
f
i.---
PRINTING
WHEN  GQiNG EAST
ASK THE Til ,v.T  AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trail lay in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
\   comparison of tli
lv )   ' "''.I
, t ���  mere! il llm -
|rci   .   i.
,.;
'".ud which  has   ever  assembled  will' y
ti conci  ���  In the Twenty-second
i <->"���   **-      -..-_. 1^.
hows iii- development   reglmenl   ai   lory  on   March   7.    The
���
fi
rp   two
in th.  former! idea   was   comjetved   by
arehit. its.   as master of the regiment
li;ind-
-
i   IE   ["RJ IN OF KAMK
Mi!:!*'!". ESTERN,
LTD
THE   ^	
v o lies th i. ��� ��� ��� -i and i st Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.     ll   :       ghted   with   both
. Illlant-
; a ,-> ! '     a .:: thi    v. rid. The
equipment consl      ol .    nati  com] ,.
���  cars, Etanda   I  i'i sectii n . lei i-
ers, v      car,    reclining
��� ���hair ears   ,     r     free I.   mo i rn  da)
ind  smoking ears.
F :- T me  Tib]       v or  an)
ther i call on or v*
P. W. PARKER.
i '" Secoi     '     nue, Seattl
j i  c v ' ���? Y ' S
I IS urscries
Office.  Grccii',"iOuses    and    So--.-;l-
lvU5er,.
3010  Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   D.   C.
Branch Nurser)  South Vancou . ��� r
Aii llmatlzed Ti sted Stoc
SEEDS  for  thi     prin:-'    trade
wers in   Kii'*
land, Fran. ���     Hoi and,    I'n.ted
States and  > i tern Canada   as
(veil a. those which can bo buc-
. ��� -.-.',i ���: in B. C,
��� cho!        ���    ,' fruit tre.a
i       ��� ts,  Rtrlctlv home
..'-,'���, a and        o.-. n propagation
from ' e '.'.-'ui ���   lock,
Ornami nl il In all leading
varli ties i . le _pr planting
In li. <". All thi best make of
spray  pumps,
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materl .is, Cul Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
! Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ;,
Five Gents a Bar
���THAT'S   OUR X I
BUSINESS .j.
*
Every    order    placed   with    .J.
us    means    a   satisfied   cus-     ���}���
tomer. *f
OUR 'WORK SATISFIES      J
OIK PRICES ARK RIGHT       ?���
T
Rates on work of any des-    .}.
crlptlon   or quantity   quoted    ���%���
on apjilication. *r
. a
a a
Jackson & Morrison ������
!
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Daily News Block. , ^
New Westminster. Phone 388    �����
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P*0*O*C^C*0*0O*0*S*C4C*��-C*C C*0*O*O*0*C��� X*<".*r���'���'i|
Accounts of Organizations
Church  Socletli   .  Fraterna Organizations,   C
and Business Association nd   II   convenlen
have surplus funds in a Savin Vc<   am.  subj
two or more officers.
We make a special!;-   if thi    , lasi  of business.
CONSULT  WITH   US  TODAY   and    W6  Will
full details explaining our system.
'Tie
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   W1STMINSTER,  B.  C. F.  B. LYLE. N'*"
OK)*0*0*040*CO*0*0*0*0*0*0 _��� j#o*o*o*o*oo*o*c��o*-o��oj
tm
T .  1 ������	
j Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital   $2,200,000
Our facilities for collect,ng and remittincj money should b*
employed by all business men to whom promptness is a consideration.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
;;i.t.i>...;;i...:; .���*;;v;:.��-;>..:''-.��-^
NOTICE.
T i notii ������ that I, C. W. Pn -ton,
of Vancouver, B. C, fanner, Intend tf>
apply to the Honorable Chic: Coinnils-
sloner of Lands and Works toi a
'werp on. ear grazing lease on the
following described land: Con.a. QC
Im; at a post ou the i ast shore of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
about a mile south of the mouth of
i.i... i . ��� ���,.,. thence west aero .- the
Island to the shore, thence following
Hi" lion- northerly, easterly am
Boutherl) to the point of commence-
mem
No,   2   lease.���Zayas    island.    Pori
Simpson district, Btartlng at a post at
the southeast coiner of  No.  l lease,
| thence west  across the island to    the
I Shore,  thence    following    the    shore
southerly,     easterly     and     northely
around to the polnl of commencement,
C   W. PRESTON.
.lan. 28, 1909,
Easterbrook  Milling  Company.
E-urne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrie&Co.
FRONT  STHT'CT
OUR  AM> FEED  MKH'-'I
w   Westminster.
Te
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Young People,    Attention !
Vou  can  receive  instruction |n njRilt c].lsSt's at
Columbian College
In ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING. SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW, PENMANSHIP.
Ml  or any part of thi   B Tuesday und   Thursday  evenings
trom 7 to fl.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
'CS?!:*!-Bf-'-
A Little Good
makes a b g, -Ol
of poor coal sends
at all
*
It is ecoti
our coal, becan ,,
vies farthest, n
IU. I '��� I    '
leaves very little ���" ���
no more per ton
grades.
part  of  the city.
Telephoni
I'ii!
a I way.
to us.
.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
AnTonfi npn.Ilnif n sltntrli nnd rti.arrlntl.in m��T
lulcklr MOOftalp (���ir opinion free wl.mimr ��n
In-oi-tlnn Is prohni.ij- naLjntuMn,   -,-nniniunli--.
1-mt.ioti
THCIUIT*
lloiuiBlrlotl-r,.nail.-. i|,l. HANDBOOK oui-ten
lent Irs* QldM wenc�� f0r ie<?_T&irp_umU.
1 J!"i _\i?. a��*J.v "���'.""���ll Ml*'-11 -Co, recall
spttlalitmvs, without cliaruu, Ulthe
Scientific Mttitm.
Abiiii.l*jnieiy lUtUtrelod w,,...��    !,,,,,.,.,. rt
otaatloP ��'��n*' ��'���'��  I'.nmal,   ;..���.'���;
Cain.,!i>, *���!.,���' a >ear,p...i , .   nrenklri       , irt i
k'ii nnwiaae���iara.
B*_u._ 03co. ffe li BL, \\ ���,',,. .���. J.Vj.,P
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
I Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Cur Line
Prion* 473.
ENQUIRE FOB
Family R��*
AT THE
Royal City M
Royal Avenue a
md Black
la *i WEDS
ESDAY, FEB. 10. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
:.-M.il'. r ti iii:
VALENTINES
At MOREY'S
OE  CONSUMPTIVE.        |lD the ba>' she declared it to be thai
i     iii- slater Joined In
TO BE MADE ILLEy^L
THE STAGE   I WORLD'S BIliliESI BABY
V i\LENTINE
POST  CARDS
ital  and  Com'C
If Morey's
Bill BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET,
Pennsylvania     Legislature     Plans    t0
Prevent  Man-iaye*. Among Victims
of White  Plague.
i'. iiirs, !���'. i '- I hai a dli .. ,
venting man,,, ������ v , ,. usump
tivej and ill.)-, affei 1. ri .villi othei
tran missible disea ��� fai institutional , baracter w ill li o ed Into   a.'  state    legisl itm      thl     wi ���'...
ii.e !   b)  all  iii,   i. adlng medical so-
i :������! ���    of tin    v     ��.'    in v.i ement
��� f*i>en .nn today by an .v;, lai of   the
Ancient  i Irder of Leucocytes,
The O'-iler ol  L. in oc) ch Is a local
medical   society, composed   of doctors
',', bo , :'��� in- 111!"'' - i| the Ml "11 e older, li was also stat. d that the bill
\\oii i i.n . uIth it a provision that
all  persons    contemplating    marriage
I musl   bin,   a health certificate   from
their fain:!-   physician before tbey can
; gel   a   mai I lage  li' ��� ii  ���
State   in. ilica!   i Mini. i pri sent-
ativei , :' ��� ach school will n advo-
cati ip osilion  :o  thi   ��� Sorts of
*!; ��� osteopath-.  who want   n    i    irate
board foi themselvi
It  was stated thai  Influential nn rn-
  M
���'    ' ������ w ere skeptical ;is io
and   started   <-'n     u
. d In the discovery ol
Kh.id. -
'���  ter't Millions."
IS DEAD UF PNEUMONIA
THIRTEE,\  MEN  KILLED
BY  COLLAPSING  BRIDGE
this
NOTICE
Of Application for Wharf and  Marine
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Slip Site on the  North Arm ct the
  Fraser River at New WesM-mst?r,
-   . omed.an.-    m ill q   C.
s   Millions     ..    Mi    Child     Was  Only   Th ee   Yean    Old.      Notice   is  hereby   given  that   1   the
mrsday night     Vfter undersigned   _   Moi ������ . rti ���    ,,
-ed   a   performance  oi ^ ^eiflhad  140 Pounds- No,       | Xpw   NVo.Iunu.,      ���    ,      {.  .
But  Weighed   140 Pounds���  Nor-
mai   B.ibi-   When   Born,
,ly   one   van     safel)
��� njo) <-d the bi si p
'." l  iu  recent j i ai
a    combinatl in   ol      e.      ,,,. ,,    M        ..
sl '  USfleld,   U i.���.\ I, ,,..,.,
.ni 1     nionev     properly  i .,    ,.,   ,
...    :���."..    Brewst, . '        "
Ue and a construe-, ���oU ll0ve]   ���    lllal , co Cuttilla, who lu. bl.eu ex.
i   men  wen- Killed, j fici.aa dispenser,    George    Bnrr   M
[).���A  . ridge    ovei   [i
in-ar Tamberaque
lug to   a eo'.r-i. a
lain
the Coi ���
vi Ini si-d i
between   .
tion  ,r      i
of whom     \
Ing   Sei   -
ii'.ment of the Ameri-   ful.    Messrs. Wlnchell Smith and  Hi  '
can 1!rli:L    company. Iron   ������:,..       ���   in   "Brewster's   M .
  : littles tor a gr. ti
DEADWOOD POET CHOKES | and   proc    led   to   transplant   !i        il
man)   ol   tl cl  ���
ad to ll-v  i'\. i ll< nay thi
Qo\i .nor in-Coundl,  tor the  appr< i il
ol .'. cei lain    Ite for the i oni tru
of a �� hai;  .,:i i  marine Slip Situate i n
the north shor.   of Lulu I- .and on
Sorth   Un; of the i';v i i   ltlv< r, hai ���
deposit. ,i   v. ii a   tlie    Honorable
Mlnistei   of  Public Works at Ottawa,
,       Nibloei, of thejtark"   ,;,d -.revlously been'so    i | S ..^i      "      I^I? !       ^ " to ���     ��       ' S
s' ���    was   i, and
Weighed   1 HI   ;    ,i. |        s.;     ,, ...   , on
covered with watei   lying north of      .1
lot  12 of . ���    \" of lot
  757,       ip one, New Wesi .  Dis
siderod tlie largest hub)  In the world. J trict,  together   with   B de crlptlon  of
TO DEATH  WHILE EATING
Sheridan, |.*,.b.  9.���Henry   P.
���I11"1",    iii"    li i Iwood     poet,     was
11|,,t' I io d   tb li, ���������   last nighl while)
eating b.-ef teak
the   book-shelf   ,o  the   footlights     So          "  ***** lmn  "'  ,hN ""* she tho -""I'"*"'*!  ������ described by metes
'       i      I          il   ,,i thi                                              "    ' "        B   ' lu :m** ������������>���;  and have al o   lepc   I   I
attracted  the attention    of    F    I --..    ' ���",'"''';"'". '"' '               V"       a f,w a duplicate of each in the office       -
 vv  :l|,i,,l>- i""1 ;1"'   Kegi.trnr of  Deeds   tor  the      Id
' n, i he Ini .'ii!, !��� an l proinoti
. ��      a wen
B__^_^________Bnii!^'lloiv   illusiim.-.-^^^^^���.    _______________^^^__
wan In 1  Inr growth     Hundreds  visit
Hilton  gain,,|  S0nie    fame    several  and St. Louis World's  Pairs   inoc ,1 '  "."""_________���'  S':'''''
l.ai'       die   parents    look    the    hall)     10
:l  ���''   both  the  nuff'"��j���l il���. home, in West Pleasant" Sl
H_________������___
'QOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
VST CARDS
MOW  ON SALE AT
MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE 	
G   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.  be��� of the legislature are back of the | ^	
��� ZIE'S   DRUG   STORE   and      ' '   m��*rrlagi    bill,  nnd   that    it'      !0rles in uanbury, which had been   di ,   it   i.   Interpreted ! wl    ;-    known  newspaper   man     and
peurunce   nnd
We   lv     -lie  began  :,
������veryboil,     became    interested,    and I District of X, ��� Westminster, in which
'     the  work  Is proposed
'""   i"u�� ti ���!.   .11 ... co- lunce   with   tl -
���v' "���'' :i   ' ' * a poem on    the ��� i      present the pla)   Its overwhelm-]
ill-fated  Main which he received  in:   success  Is  a   nu     ol       til ^^^^^^^^_
���; ' isl' i"''"   ; "    the government, ,, i d     The production  to
  ���       a hen        i     i in .v ll irrls' emu
HAT   FACTORY   CLOSED  BY ...      !..,      noi    lost    one    lota   ol    the    REPORTER   ANfi   M_MBER
STRIKE   OPENS  AGAIN    111. Mi entatioil Ind FIGHT   IN    LEGISLATURE
  v '    -'ii. . ' lei ; i 'viliy ami median i 	
Uanbury, Conn.,    Feb. 9.���The    hat (ly it Is an absolute reproduction, while      Olynipia,     I-',,   9     1,,,     Smith,    .,
''"I""V||!"H     of   S Cl -it     7     of     the
"Navigable   Wateri   ProtecUon    \, I "
('';'   115   R   S   C 1906,
"' "l at   \, w  Wesfmln   er, B. 1
'-     '"'! la:  nf Januar.i    \   n  u	
r   MERCER
,t
FAIR," Columbia  Street
nn loubtedl) will be
!  during ���  .   _��� eater part  of tl
'i,n"    Ini ,   ,,]   the    United < clever as tli
Hatter.s  in defence of the  union  label   b;   Itoberl Obe
R.        cntutlve McArthur, ol Spol ine   (Tf'or.fl      TflinL*      Qxt
,��� original.    It  is  1      I I two fl nn the floor of th.    ^*��*��U       I I liHH      **/���
Westminster
MAN   THOUGHT TO  BE  DEAD ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
CONTENDS  HE IS ALIVE !w,as  'i",'l;l'',]-   w' Ti'  opened   today   to
  -     ' mploymi 111
San  Frani i 1 n,  Feb   '���     D, th     :"!:           " :                    '   was   noi   re
 *                                               all                11 nts  had en i1)0rte'1  *hat ai*-v applications were re-
.���   18..     Barn 'Phone 137                    :"'   his funeral, which was
Columbia  Street.
ransfer Co.
WHOLE  CITY   PLEADS
I to have   ta  en placi   \  1 , an 1
/ri'.--; ectlvi   "i thi   fai
and  sist, i-  have  sh. In.:
which la)     in
11      ind     vi ��� Im aril
R : nslsted
,   w a   i.ir from .1. ing _ di ad one
1 \ lewed ai  a   H immai      il 1
Irlishni. ni   In  San   Fi mc >i 0   last
night.
Rhodes   had   been   mis    ng   I 0111  hb-
II. C.   occupation    ���"' "'    "     ' :;"    '',x'     '���'���'  when    his
1    ���     1 ".   Intends   to   wife  ci th.    tim   -in     esti rday
apt ou to purchase the   ;" 1"":- -i:   tn<   : -l,!v   ��f a  man found
foil !  lands In the .Us-  ������
__R mister: ... ���. ,, ,,.   .,
' nn ,11: "Water Clauses Consolidation
m ...orti'      "corner 0 Ad   1897  (111(1  Alllfillt1il.(]
wth to southwest corner
intons al
iiiei___---_-----l
:
last  nlghi, in  which iln- legisla
.a ihe ..���,.-    >t the mlxui
ilth    iv ho nts  a     S
^^^^^^^^^^^^^    ] >;l I .��� :      ililiei
FUR   HIS   PAKiON ���     I   !'..ll    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.    ���  ngaiin'    ;.    local   1 pi Ion
1 ,1.1 I While Sniiili wh   working ai ihe pres:
Excellent Train Service Between
���'������ '<>  Mc-Artlmr-s CivmfiO,  London,
McArthur In a druggist,
Hamilton, lor^.j.vy
red   promptly   to
arl    .' the city.
|ght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Notice,
il 11  .1   McQuarrle, of
ena
m
ll   "rly,  westerly
of  I'onine ���
100  acres   mor,.    v
Acts."
Vancouver  Power  Co.. Ltd.
__   ^_ _,
Portland, Boston,
____________________________i" __���
in the strike.                       i p('!        i""-'                          dcArtiiu                  ..., IViontreal, Quebec,
i;]i, ..���                                              lohn   H.   Crai           li,   who   1                         ning  inanaer, nnd  11 fter .1  few ���
���   i ; embled    al     ''       ;|'l   kllle(l   '   '''   '    -:  '��� 011   tli    1   ellmlnar)     |���sses     McArilnn     wai]
hei                            ol    employment,      "     n Deni          inise li    claimed knocked to the floor. And all the principal business centers of
,      I up thel     ���"!      and    marched   v'    "     bad mined his home, has b��   11      Sergeant-nt-arms Joe   Wilson    ntei ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
i)   cit)   and   count)   officials  i tied and  Smi-li  left   the house nnd TIME PROVINCES
 ,     in           leading buslni      men of Wai    weui over to the senate     He returned Also to BUFFALO, NEW  YORK -.- 1
yte-jt*'   ,    .                              ind will be forM'urded lo the               er,  aud   while  nl   bis    work     Mc PHILADELPHIA,   'ia Niagara Fi
rf-~iVtV-r A~��                          h torne) al Denver.                    Vithur,  without  warning, swum'  und l-'.-r riro�� Tables, etc.. address
petition ��� ;'.     th.   life h     ��� . ol    anded   on   hi?  eye.    Smith   lore  Into GEO. W. VAt>x,
���gj*^*!-;^^'    :           .mill, p.riring him out  a     a   McArthur, and jusi aa he settled down Assistant <;--n'l Passenger and Ticket
"'  |J--<V^'                . ].,              ,,,,.,���   witn     toad)   -., rlghl    and  lefts,   the crowd  liroki Agent, 186 Adams St,   Chieiujo. III.
���ynoptie    of    Canaaia-     iMortli-Wen   ,           ,  , -  devotion lo his fnm             In upon  them,
Homesteaa   Regulations. _^__________-_________________________________.____________________--_-
) -'  McQUARRIE,
HN F. HAGGS,
Aden!
'.'ih.  1908.
LAND ACT.
Any even numbered section of Do
oilnlon  lands iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting s aud -'
uot reserve*!, ma)  he homesteaded by
any   person Who is the sole head of
family, or any ina'.: over  18 years 0)
_ge, to the extent ot one-quarter section of 100 acres, more or 'ess.
Application   for   entry     must     tit
made  lu person   I   the   applicant  at
  j a   Dominion  Lands  Agency    or    sub-
Notice of Application for Further Cer- agency fur the district  in  which  the
tificate of Approval. Iland is situate.   Entry by pro���j may,
i However,  be made at  an  agency on
l.ertaln conditions by tbe father, ni->'h
Notice  Is  hereb)   ^-h  11  supplement- er, son, daughter, brother or sister ol
av   ���, the notice       thi   2-Jth da)  ol .in intending homesteader.
Di :em  er,  1908, that,                     aftei The homesteader is rejulred lo per
da " application  will   '���    n tde    when torm the homestead duties under one
���   m  is m.i!.                 vn,,-     ., of the fo!.owing plana*
''""'"''   "'    th.   1.    Ic   of the said 24th day of Di (1)    At least sl_ mouths- resilience'
t0    I"11    ,,      .   .  1908, for   1  1'  ' lh<         llflcati upon   and  cultivation  of  the land   in'
.described lands:        ,,  At._, ,.,��� ,irt ,������,���,,,.,, In ,,,,.,.,���,,. each year for three years.
k te.   Land District.
District   of   Say ward.
1    I, C   W. Pn sum
pillule,1    nn
oval (to be Inclu 1. ,i In the om
(2)    A nomesteader may,  if lie  so
^^^^^^^^^^^^^���tjlicate of approval)  of iis further
out,h Twin l8land-j undertaking in the m     ���      t the con- j Oa^es. perform the    required   re.i-
'     bore    easter'y-  struction and operation of a   tingle 01   "ence duties  by  living on    farming
northerly   and
double   track  tramway   from a   point
land  owned   solely   bv   him.   not less
',;' '"'   commence-,a, (>r _ear th. v,w We8tmIngter jUnp
-   whole island con-  ,,,,��� (l, ,,���. (-���Kllliau  Puclfl0 railway ^e vicinity of his homestead,   joint
where the branch line to the City of
'  u   PRESTON, New Westminster branches off to the requirement
City ol   V w   WeStminst. ���   ... n  point
"~ "  i.i or near the southerly end ot Laki
Coquitlam,   with   the   n. ci isar)   sid
than  eighty   (80)   acres   in  extent,  in
of his homes;tead.   Jolni
ownership iu land will not meet thi?
q u i re in ei	
Vi)    if the father (or mother, lf the
\ ^__a
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
Das  permanent re.-i,lence on  fanning
and 1 union:-- and branches for
.the passage of cars, . carriage -
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the "icluity of the homestead, or up-
1 BOUNTY    ACT.   1908    and  other  vehicles    adapt, ,1    to    the,^   ^   hf)mestfiad   e,)tem]   fop   ,,y  ^
'ARNinc to purchasers.       ,a,n' antJ '" 1",i1'1 bridges andexerds.   (_ _,    ,lcInltyi such homesteader may
a,,;,   of the  powers as Sei   forth in sec ;i    h,g  ow_   reB,denc-  dlU,cg   b
��� "I the right of _  tion 9(3 of the Water clause, Consoll   v ^ ,he faIh(1, (0. mother).
er entitled to a datlon  Act,   1897, with   amongst    all     ()|   Tb0 term "vicinity" in the two
way of ap-  other powers the power to take, trans   precedlng paragraphs is  defined   as
'ni" and must b.   ter and   carry    passengers    and   ore. j ���,,,.���������. ���,��� more ,_,in nine m)le. in
.  the Act.
minerals  and   freight   upon   the  tram-|. dlrert ,inP| exclusive of the width
called to Sub- way by the force or power of animals J Q, road ;i,]0Wauces crossed    in    'hi
;"n ���'. of the Volunteer or such steam, electric, water or othei       aRureraent
which provides thai motive  powi- as  the  Company  ma)      l:}    \  homesteadei   intending    t<
("!  ''���������   right of a vol- deem expedient.                                       perform   his   residence  duties   in   ac   ]
ointmenl of a sub- And upon such application all   th    cordance with the above while living
d or recognized usual  and  necessary powers  to full)   ,vj:h parents or on farming land own-
of  the   Interior and  effectually  carry  out    the    sald|ed  |,V himself must notify the agent
I      '      xecuted and dated after proposed   further undertaking  will  ' ''  for the district of such Intention.
�� '���'��� the warrant for the land applied for.                                                  Six months' notice In writing musl
���  Minister of Militia Hated at the City of Vancouver.   Ink. given to the Commissioner of Do-
favor of the volunteer th,. Province of liritish Columbia, the|mi_ion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
-WAY,
lo
] "��� ��� of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
,,,, apply for patent.
W, \V. CORY.
25th day of January, A.D, 1909,      ^^^^^_^_
VANCOUVER POWER CO..  LTD. W-  W.  CORY. \
R. II. Sperling, general manaqei |Deputy of the Minister of thp Interior
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders  for   Shops   East   of  Wiiinipe,_
Sealed ' ii.!,',    addressed to      ���    -
��� n>', 1. .ni i 111. 11 wl .,ii the ' nv
!'��� n.l.-r   for  Shop I,"   will   be   I ��� ,'��� Ived
U ihe offlci  .'i Tiie Commlsslom 1   u
lhe Trans tlnental Rallwa)    ai i'-
���.1,11 until 12 ..'el,,, k noon, of the lOtl
��� ���I Man a   1909   for tho construi
in   HI.I   er, e: lull   ,vluplele,   iu  accord
an,',   wiih il,.   plan    and upeclflcatl
of Ihe Com tn I 1 loni 1 . .,.i    hops     . I
nf Winnipeg
l-liins,    details    and      p., Ifical 1
in.1   bo seen al the office of Mr, If 1- ���
D   1.mn den, chief engineer, Ottawa
Out,,   and   \|.    S,   I!    I'ouliu.     dli I
ii "iue. i'. Wlnulpi ". Mall
Persons ���- iidei in ��� are notified
!, ni.-i 1 m in in,   be 1 onsldi red   1 1
mn le "ii the pi luted roi mn sup il ed '���
the   I'.iiiiini   li v i' .which
ml  <ii  application   to   Mr   H
1   11   !��� a. chief .'ii-iii.er, 'Itti 1
Km li tender Igned
caled v all th.    mi tii    to thi
���hi.1 v. itnes ii I, ��� id  '   .iv "iiii'in. ��� .1 bj
au a.,, -p. 1  . ': que    .,11    ,1
Ba     of 'li-   Dominion ol 1  tna
abli i" -!i li " "i the Comn
of  the  Tran contlni atul  Rallwa
uu <if om   hundn d   hou   1
($1 '	
Tli.. cheque dopi   lied   1)   I In
v. ho ���  '��� a ���          ice ',"id   1 111 be d<
b Ill ..1  thi   '
'.     . C ni.ei..   ��� ���    eeu: II
!   dthful pi rfornutnci
ll
n.
V   I
I  tl ,1
The    I'iglll .    . I
��� n ail tendt
I:        '
P   1:   RYAN,
Th.-   1'oinii, I
,.   ,,'al   Rail
.|  ,,'   1 n- l- '     1"!!'   1 on
\. ���..       ,,,���
,.,, :        im tl
mNsloners will nol be paid for it.
IU
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REPAIRS.      ill Advertising and Circulation I
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-..-       aJCW   WESTMINSTCD Y:-��,
l;"  OOULET,
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Agent.
COLUMBIA
J .Sole agent for the Long
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STR-tT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
inj Hamilton  Watch  Movements.
News, NewJWestminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
iard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited for the above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS,  Agent
��� ;    P. O. Box 29
New Westminster
Phone A22
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PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
pEB. 10
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub*
Hailing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth aud Front
streets, New Westminster, U. C.
|iro\,iii, nis,   bul   for   the  operation   ,,i
tile plant.
\\ hate- er la dom should bo don,
quid. I) . mil if M e are to oi ui'e an
, i vatoi the Im ttatioii musl hi al i he
unanimou ��� dei Ire ol i hi  ��� ( sting busi
 _..    n.sse.     Certainly In  th.   past    eiitei
Managing  Director     rL,, |]ave i,0en ,.,,,  a, ,   i  upou with
WAR  VETERAN  SAVES ,
$50,000 IN  MATTRESS
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
w'\
rUNlbN!#.)LABtV
: i ckport, Y V, Feb. 9.���More than
<        in  cash  has  been found    iu a '
| mattress on the bed of Jamea Maher, L���ard block, New We.ir-n.nster. B c
! a Civil war veteran    who   died    here
Sunday.    Hla  two  sous,    .lame-    anQ
Lawrence, will inherit the money. The
old soldier, who died In his 71st year,
! had veil a prisoner at Andersonville
E. A.  Paige...
ml     iiVii'ieiit    con ildei il on    ol     ihe
IllU! ivi   or  lh,'  BUppl..   I   ll   in   :  ie  i  .
.  , ��� old soldier, who died m his 71st \e-u-
���^-,^^,   under    discussion    su li    a    mistake l >'."���
WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY   10,   1909.   is improbable, ;iud onci   ��� ;i ' -'- -li--d i's
COMOX-ATLIN ELECTION. ron ������ would pay to Van ouver il would
  certain';   pay  to   Westminster,   win   a
The election b) acclamation of Hon     n-ltching is unnec
William Templeman    In   Comox-Atlin      W    trust the bo;ird of    trade   will
affords  consid. rable  surprise  to    the
public, coming as ii did after the -.���������'
tion of Mr, Michael Manson to contest
the seat in the Conservative interests,
| Economical Savings in Trunks q^
Traveling Bags
We can save you money If you want  to bu)
We have positively the largesl and besl a sorted
,���i,,,...,��� .11   in ices   to  suit every  purSe.
TEAMS  WANTED.
Mr. Cunningham mi his  return,
Two teams with teamsters to haul
x  during the Civil  war and drew a gov- I ties al B, C, E. Railway camp at Fort
eminent pension, Langley; 20,000 ties; extreme haul one
He had been ill for fourteen    yt,ars  and three-quarter miles.
and during all that time did not leave'    Enquire
,:is   room.    Hi-   pension    money,    to- F.N.SINCLAIR,
-ether with a  large  part of his  life Old Gulchon Block
savings,
nii'l  hear a re;.on   from  him  ns  s    n
a.  ,-n -n.l... *,* action ,   now  th,     .,-."'" raattr
s, ue,.  of the contract.    The  pro o   il	
to  lie.'ii'   Porter   Woi -nop  shoul I  al d
bad   placed   carefully   in
Dewdney May   Re enter Politi.s.
I.lvei. ���      ;'' '.   '     In   m interview
i on    i. Ij ������     . i foi n.. r
...      .. Canada
m ]     '.. i lieiitenan      ���     n. r    ol
British  Columbia,    aid   ihi i       i s    a
, os dbllity of his ���: ;ain ��� nl  i   ig mor.
full)   nto thi     political    life of    the
Dominion.
but  all  has  not yet been    told,    ami   be taken up without delay.
there will be some Hard teeling among '
the leaders Of the  Conservative  part) Train Deliberatu-.y  Wrecked.
tu the province when all the Intrigues     coldwater, Mi-   . Feb  9.���Following j
in  their camp   become public. an  investigation ol   y.    erdtiy'
The    responsible   journals   of    the ,,.   .m minoi_i   Central    train    which
dominant  party   in   Brlti h    Columbia   ,.esl,ite,| [n   i,,. ,p    ., 0I om   i   m    ud
have executed  complete changes    on   l)h. |njU,.y ,,,- ,      than  a  ���������   ���   ol
the question of this election, and whul   ^h. ,.,., u ani|   ,,      , .v,      ..   . i
was said om   la., wa   denied the nexl   , li: n   \j, ( ,, r, ������ al
Few  surprises  havi   occurred  so    ex   l;lj]|.l.;l,p  tj,.-iin   ,   me  i   nn   ....
raordlnar)   as  the  rolti -fai,   of    lh.
News-Advertiser,   Vancouver,  , spi cia
Iv ns (t  .in,,,    thi     ,��� cl ���   , onfld ne.
of  the   provincial  Cons-en  ���
through    He     lion.   p. Cai ter-Cot
presideni of th i th   <    im 11  On
Jan, ��3 ii declan d opi osltion was a i
euri I, in spiti of "��� hai i\*a aid lu
some quarters to the conl ra-'v, an I
-ix days lati r ol served no particulai
advantage could n -ull from a con
test, and ll was to the advantage uf
:he proiinee to bai, a i.���.
in the Federal cabinet,
The Week (Victoria) l-asl Saturd-.i;
came out evi n stronger. Its ��� n m
Mr. W. B. Blakemore, Is supposed io
have the ear of the provincial cabinet,
aud lie speaks of Mr. Manson as al-
read) nominated, giving a list of his
meetings. The writer goes on to sa)
"to allow an) candidati s to tro to
Ottawa pledged to oppose those principles is an evidence of weakness, it
not of    cowardice.    Of    the   reasona
which  lntluenc d   some Con lervat li
lo oppose a contest The Week knows
liti!e and cares less, bul  ll does know
:iia; if their action bad uot be. n over-
ruled by wiser counsels there an   con
stltuencies   in   which   'chickens   would
have come home to roost' at the   nexl
provincial election."
What will Mr. Bla
Tin, position shows   thai    the   pai
which us, d all the resourci    ��� .
ernment influence tu defeat    the
��� ral candidati s   it the recenl  F. I< ral
alecti ui '1"'     i.' :   fall  to  pul    up    a
"bluff" to   can   thi   , ublic into a b
lief of its  pow ���:.    and    then    backs
down tu the lasi moment from an un
'em.Lie   position   which   should   never
have been taki n ii_<j
Th.- public generally, apart from all  CL!
political  wirepullers,  will bi   glad    i Vvl
..    Mr.   Temp..-mail   back   al   Ottawa   Wi
to continu,   thi   good work done   by  yy
him already as   minister   of   inland  iSm
revenue   and   inin.*s,   and   will   rojo        ��5>}
he waa spared th,- expense of an   ar- JSV_
duous winte.- campaign in one of   the
largest constituencies in the Dominion,
the re.-ult  of which    wa     never   In
doubt.
Get the Habit
OF
Dealing at the Fair
Extra Good Value for $3.r;o
w, :, ,  showing this line In 28 inch Bize, rotu
!,.,,��� ,,, canvas covering, double clasp    on    lock
o
for
'���1   ;
���$35
NOTiCE  OF   DISSOLUTION.
30 and 32-mch Round and Flat- Top '] tUnks $,
The.,,, are w,ll made, heavy tin covering thro
straps on the corners; tray and good -ix.vl ha
finished as a $5.50 trunk;  special value for	
$4.00
Notice Is hereby given that the part-!
in : hip heretofore   existing   between
lis,  the un.let-signed  Harriet.  G,   Moore
land    Lucy II. Campbell,   trading   a  j
i Moor,.  &  Campbell,  milliners,  in  the
city of New Westminster, provinci   of
' British Columbia,  lias  be, _ v. sol' tl
[by mutual consent as of the I it da) ol
' February,  1909,    The busin.   s hei  to
36-inch Round Top Only $5
Extra heavy tin cover with atrong oak binding;
such a large size.   Think of it. a 86 inch trunV
$5.C0
36-inch Steamer Trunks Fum $3 tt, $12
Brass trimmings, good strong  strap    upporl
travelling:   with   and   Without  tray;   a   large  rang
'o $12.00
Special Today: Water Turn- f0re carried on by the .sum moc
blei'S, per dozen, ICampbell  will nov   be card.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
the said  Harriet  Q.  Moore, and    "l!
! debts owing to the said    partm
are to be paid to th.- said Hani. I G.
Moore, and all claims again-- the
partnership are to be presenl d to the
said   Harriet   G,  Moor,, by  whom    the
am,   v,ill be settled,
Dated this 3rd day of V- bruary, A.D.
1909, al N.w Westminster, B. C.
HARRIr.T (1. MOORE
LUCY H. CAM I'i IK 1.1.
Willi, Ss;    B. Blair.
32-inch F/cn  Top Trunks $8
All brass trimmings extra strongly built with   u
vai value at 	
34 and 36-inch Flat-Top Trunks for $13
These extra well made trunks  will    iand the  w
long journey;  brass trimmings, double  .-trip    uj
inc. finished with leather strapping;  well worth ''
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PHILLIPS,
THL WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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, W have many of the New Spring Styles���Patent Colt, ��
���wwch"iioJ faja Vici Kid, Gun Metals and all the popular leathers. R
ver  mills, with   all,    . ^ f I
; |tg We sell more CROSS SHOES than any other make jj
There is a growing appreciation    i
the advaniagi ��� ol the t- rn er river "...
shipping  purpos. i, and mon    hlpplni
companies   are   beginning    to  ,   uu
hai the luinbi r business ol i he loc i
mills is worth   cultivating    T:i<
v ' in. ir made v   ��� rda)     ai    i
ugenti oi  the Weir line ba I  d c
"     i! in the Fm-.:  rlvei  will be n
"���iv. ,i    wiih    much pli a ure, fo   ���
U    lite   i,,    |    ,11, I    1|    llli .
��� knon n    \i come    up    h
nth.r   a , ; follow In theli   .
have thi   a-mirani ���     i  ihe Cana I
Mexican  llm r ilarl     the 13
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oili.-r iniiis make   he nvei   hi h hi a I   JnM
quarters,   Tho new Harrison mills will MB  ,,.���  U.mJlr.
also ship by way of the  river,    and RL!   S*^   HcllMlR
in-ike   the   port   of  in. r. using   iniporl-'Mj
ance, as water carriage is bo    much p!^
cheaper Hian  land iraivpori ition. 5-jW
It is t<i be hop.-d that the city will 1 }AJ
secure at leas I One elevator for    grain'*"
storage,   mil the water lots   still    to
lease afford   i  Qn     opportunity    un-
rlvailed on tli    Pacific c,,-is!  north of
ih,. fortynliiih parallel    Th,- endeavor
which   is  now  1- inr.  made  by  InQllcn-   j
tlai parties to n   Ito should n    \YJ    ~~~"
celye the s.iipiK) i ol lhe public, as v W'*1
know li w ill oi lhe ell i oiincll .. n Jrlj
iililmaieli   will be  n   iionslbli   foi t^TJ
lease, in fact it would reflect mor. J**ii��i
credll on the city if all Ihe Industries k,*{J
holding   properly   on    lhe    waterfron    JyU
could be compel!, d to keep th.ir pren Qn
is. ���.  open   to business at  Last  a DOT \h%i
lion   of tbe   year   and   there   is  lit'i 1*1
doubt tin- leases of the future will DOI C��*
only call for a certain amount of irr. md
for Ladies 1
CAPITAL |14,4O0.0C0.l/.1
RLSERVE       111,000,000.00
'ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   m   L-
New   Vork, Chicago and  8poKaue, U.S.A., and Mexico   '���    * '!
""lO eral "ankl,-K  Business Transactid.
CT ' I    etter�� ��' Credit Issued, available wlti. correspondents tn   ill uartmlfl
pk*>��   ! World. I
L��*     Savings  Bank   D-partment.      Depoelts   received in sums of tl m.i. '!'.'     I
y\ and Interest allowed at 3 per rent   per annum (presenl ra:-'1
Kj   i rotal   Asifts  over   llflS.OOO.llOO.UO.
LL  j N^W   WKSTMINSTER BRANCH. ��.  I).  BRYMNKR. ��."'���'I
| CHOICE  BEEF
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KjTHE CROSS SHOE is undoubtedly the best shoe ^ PflOfIC lfat Mflrkct
gi that money can buy.   They are perfect fitters.   We fl phone 192
Price per pair,
5.00
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boo.
. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New We8tminst-.', B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOU8E   IN  B. C.
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Interurban   Line.
for   Vane,,11 ver   and way
stations   will   run  every half
bom   from   3:50   a, m. La I
car   ��� ive   at ll  p. m,
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30   ,.111
Car    lea.. depot    ever)
��� a ent)    mlnut, for 1 oth  Sap
,,.���! ton and cit) limits ov r the
city  line.
City   Line;    l
office mi the h
utes   aftei.   and   I
after, coniDli 111
Sapperton    Line:   C
:���   ten  mtnul is after th.
half past an I fifi
the  hour,  con.'   i
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Sunday service 1
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Bank of Montreal!
ESTAHLISHEU  1817.
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
HcMEMNT & ANDERSON      Coiun
MacK
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Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases and Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J.MacKay & Co..
News Dealer
Booksellers
Stat
loners
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS V-/EONE-DAV, FEB. 10, 1909.
THE   DAILY
\vs.
PA IE KIVK
Uie Gas. Slu res
T. H. Smith
Thn Cash Stures
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Superb Showing of
Fine Madras Drapery
��� |  c'eaning will  soon  be  here and we are ready to suit Madam
���   s   every   demands   in the  way  of   Lace    Curtains.    Madras
:  Art  Drapery  of every   description.     Never  before   have  we
,.id '_���:  representative a showing and so modestly priced.
EWS
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��� ������ ������ ������������,������ ������ ������ ���* ������ M ������������������ ��� ��� ���
Beautiful Sash Madras Modestly Priced.
a- in Brlsi Brise Madras  tor Sash Cu tains, white, ecru
.:.-  27 inches wide, with  loops   to   nm   rods   through;    very
Prices   ' :5c, 35c and 50c
���   .,   |ef|   yesterda)     for
...   he   will   attend    the
of    the    H. C.  Ami
ty, he being thi
ii. this city.
M:    ,;        111   sing  "The  Admiral's
Broora rhree   for  .lack"   at   Si.
Barnabas Wednesday evening,   *
��� in. s tor 25<   tl Moore s, '
ting of the court ot r< l.    ':,
tn. n: app. als was    held
efon   s   A,   Eli ti he .  an I
heard.    Th" court   .nil
���  Mission City, where mo
��� ii s arisi
s handle "B. C." an I   011
ars,      The    old    i llabli
j
Madras Muslins for Curtains.
'   "-  arrive I  yesterda)    of beautlfi I    col      |    whit, |
���' ���   Curtains, plain and tassi 11.       So      ent|
rto me seen in Canada    Price . pei   *ai      30c,   35c,   40c.
 75c
Fo)     *; iratlons and   weddlni
l"u"1 ' oecialty, King up   Tid)
the Florist, is), ���*    	
' .   chinam. n i harg. ,1  with
.        el *'   5trl  who wtehed ran ..,��� were , lrh Bn0() $;U|
���'' man       ,     aamaD| wlll be deporl    ;1,   c,       a( ^ cfty
"'    "'-��� Canadian immigration j terda       The   charge    against   C
officials    si .   cornea from San Fran
elsco, and i- of attractive appearand
BUMP!I)id You Hear Somethin8
P�� ��� ��� . a , .
VW";;:' 0O,"in'��;"  ��� it  Lee's than in  Ua
��'tto,n     ' ���      . illnglj   Ion   prices    See  posters
���     '""V'/'   ��� . stand     W,   can give you    an Im-
��� ��� n e si lection  ':��� ui  ��� ���
,V" eutrock We can v..        , .,
"   I oak, trom |2.5. each up
���S:,K    '���    ���'������ I   ��� ���������      th ro . : to
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA ST., Now Westminster IB C
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
����� 04C40404O4O4CO4O4C*.  ������***^'>*'X>*0*O4C#0*0*00*C/*0*0*O��.->*n.
M,
English pickles al
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Fillinet and Irish Point Curtains.
est Idea     ���   ''ii"   In rei    iduced here,     W<   an   sho
iii    ��� fine lini  of \v   Curtains,     lain  centre   with chin*.
��� i ���      !'" aul f i] (Juipun  .-. roll al i ai b bottom cor*
Immed; colors   whit,   andl  rn     Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.75,
md  $4.90
New Arrival of Nottingham
Lace Curtains.
��� >l   pair  of L IC   Cl      llli Week      'I'll!'. ������
' ���   inl a half long, In   ni n >   new   Ini       ffeel -.    W.    u ���
...  '      : '.\.
���v    !������ gulai   $2.00   for $1.50
��� .. alar  $1.25,  f ir         90c
$1.75. $2.00. $2.25,  $2.50,  $2.75,  $3.00.   $3.50, $4.00,
and      $6.50
Broken Lines of Madras and
Frilled Muslin at Half Price.
: '  to 15 ya   :      reg liar prices   10c
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Hear i. . Anlej in h. r tunny
recitation    u S    u trnabas Hall, Wed
iie.-ilai    , , **
Knock the cover off i. .ox of "B.
C." cigars :. i try one. it will make
i "hit." *���
.1. A. Cunningham ��� -ildeni of the
: oard nf ;: le, who weni to Calgarj
to atten i i hi gi aln conference, will
not return til] the end of the week, as
he has a imii.   ��� :  of  lliatti is  to alien,1
to In eastern Bi Itlsh Columbia.
Hem- Mi Brown iii "Change of
Treatmenl ai St. Barnabas Hall on
Wednesday evening His cockney English mannerisms . i amusing.
Program at 8:30.
The civic and other representatives
:. ft yesterday for Victoria to attend
the meeting of the executive council
there toda)   with reference to the Co-
qnitiain lake (jam sch. in.  of the Van-
cou i. .   I'owi r   . ouipan,
Clear Havana cigars or exclusive
merit���the "Brillante," made by the
B. C. Cisar factory ���*-
Arthur P. Brown, In his droll se
lections of English humor, "The
Groom's Story," will do you good.
Spend Wednesda) evening; ;al Hjl
Barnabas   Hall. *���
Sixteen Oranges for 25c at  Moore's,
Tho   chart:,-'    against   C,   A   ���
Marl v  ol  ��� in!,,/.-.I, in- i,    '.- .v      |oti n   ���
lay.
i' , noi  miss the preit)   p intomlmc
' n     ! a it  K,,s,   of Sumn ��� -," form. d
twenty New Westminster girls, at-
Sl    Barnabas Hall,   W< dnesdaj    evi    *
tl 111 l-      S.'f;   lllli- ie   w 11]   ..   ,'��� v.: :,:i\    : lie   4>
pi ��� ire, an ! poi m    ;::    ' ���   Mr   Brown   ���
i' ���       J,  \\.   i: oup,  i..'n." al    upoi in   Q
eni   of the C. P. H-, m ;^
ii : Inti mil ul ol i... lames
Via ' I. -.'.  a.  -p. ni    ��� .
riii   ivo
��� .    looked    ".   i     tin        oatnei
Beaver with a view to po
Iti   itlons and  Im
t-
Sa ��� ���    Wedn.  daj   - ���, ulng   to   Mr.. I
brown  In "Paddy'    i hip'   ai  St
I ��� ��� ��� ��� Hall, His droll Irish hiimoi
-,i il! hi Ing youi spirits up to i oncerl
pitch
Tl     ie ,v  Hinilu , onipnii-  ai     N'oi ill
Win,   tn���!-. which ��a ��� foi tned   ... Tejn
Slush and  a soclates to Interest    the
Hindus in small  hoHtin-      kn i�� n    a -   j
the Gunu N'anak companj.   has   ap
plli 1 for a water record i r four Inche
for   agricultural  and   household     pur-;
��� i i     from  an  nniiani ���!     il ream    at
North  Vancouver.
YOUNG   NANAIMO   MAN
DIES OF BROKEN  BACK
Terms
v n   !) !..,.i.      .us.   ,.n   rhlrd  a. ���
ood repair; on cii
Pi.       '-.' ".     Terms   ?ii>"
. a '.   balani o  on   monthly   paj ne nts
int. ics^H MOVE  QUICK.
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R   PEARSON, Mgr :���
MONEY    rO    L O A IN
.. Just Arrived ..
Bran, Shorts.        Oat Chop. Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,       Whole Wheats
Oats.      Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVtRED.
HALL BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.       p.   o.   Drawer   100.
From street,
Xanalnio,   Fi b    D     Alb. rl    Wil   in,
' av i  17. died this  morning a -  I lie !'���   \
sui: of 1111% in.'  I  <,k, n .ii    spinal i el
uinn in  an accfdi nl  al   'lie . oalwa    ���  ���
of -In   Western Fuel company's plnu
Phone 97
T. H. Smith
THE CHEAPEST HOUSE  IN  B. C.   FOR    BED    PILLOWS,    QUILTS,
3LANKETS   SHEETS AND COMFORT EPS.
i.n Sundav    11    was a machinist   -ml'When  \'OU   W'ltlt
was  called  early  on  Siitltlnj      .  a   ll  ' -
In   sonic I
way hi  t'.'il off a trestle i �� ile  ground,
rii  a      'ii   hi    back     'l'he  distance
\, a .  unl)   (iftei ii  fe, i      [Us back  was
lu..Ken. ami ii.  was almost completely
Major .mil ali -   Plant win   peak at
the Salvation Ami) barracks this ami
tomorrow   evening,   special   music be-Mn   ,!'e making  of   repali
ing furnished i n bo a ..een-inns This
:. \ ening   a   lot un .���   on   tin.   Bubject.
"Shipwrecked off the Coast of Nor-
I way"  will   I.     !<.li\.'i-'il   hy   the  major,]   m------mm----------mmmm----xmmmmmmmm,^mmmmmm^m^
while  on Thursda)   tin   meeting   will paralyzed when found
be enlivened by a musical medley "
_ _ Judge Howay Lectures.
1-or first-class cut Mowers anil    tiny
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B208. ������ '" ,h'' assembly hall of ihe    Aber
deen    .-chool,    Vancouver,   yesterday
Ho  not  miss   the  Dramatic Recital evening( Juage  noway, of tiiis    city,
at St. Barnabas hall, Wednesday <-ven-| B:iVl, ,|n addreB8 U!lll,,,  ,,���, aUsplcM Ql
GROCERIES
ini-  Seats 25c and 50c.
| the  Art,  Historical  and  Scientific as-
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Slater Shoes
See the new Spring
Styles in
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The Premier
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Slater Shoe
Ask for them, insist on having
^em, and take no others. Re-
niember, there is nothing like
the genuine article.
These shoes for sale only by
WyEjMCLMR
New Westminster
Do not I'oiR.-t in- Dramatic Recital 180C,at,on'   The MUlr"** deala wltJ*> ""'
iu St. Barnabas Hall, Wednesday eve-lstory of the K,,*v:i' Engineers, a regl-
ninR  (10th),    Arthur  P.  Brown  will] ,u   wblch' dur,n�� "'"    -v,':ir    lsr's-
he assisted by Miss Thompson, pianist. I when the r"H" ��r Kokl 8eekera "' "lis
Miss    Anlev.    elocutionist,   and    Mr.i "r"vln"" u*)k P,ace-  waa  -,'�� "'"  '"
Bull, ot Vancouver, soloist.   Program' nii,1",;ii" ,,r��"-''-    a'"1    ""'r,"'m    such
,       . 0 ���,, ! works as nii.ulu aid in building   rand
'begins at 8:..n. , , ,
|opening up the colony, locating roads
land assist in public works generally.
They located at New Westminster and
Were   fi\.    leafs   ill   the   colony.   .Iud-*e
Howay dealt with their trip  the
"Emigrant Soldiers' Gazette," their
paper, .ani the MoGowan Incident, and
many other matters of Injereat, There
was a goo I rdzed al tendance
M RE BARGAINS
AT
Besl  Ham i, per Ib 18c
ideal Sod i  Biscuits, , ��� i* tin !5
Huntle) _  Pain ��� i Bl , ull .
Big Navel Oranges, per doz.        25c
Three package   Force foi , 10c
.Milk    (Ullle   RII)     e| I0C
Miik  (Cnnadiun brand 1     ,\ 25c
:,  and  Peas, inn 10c
No. l  Highland Potatoes,   a.'   $1.23 Tomatoes, two per  . 25c
''''"��� :""1 l'"(Ui" :"'" ;| :; tt-U with us:   try a paekag ! K.    iwana
Ceylon iv, at 36c or three pounds tor $1 00, Bobi Mochs and Java tr. b
ground coffee, 10c per lb.; or w, can w you the bi I value In the city tor
25c per Ib.
ADAMS & DEANS.
Moore's
To Tench Aerial Navigation,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       N'< I York, |.'. h. In  line wiih tin'
advance In aerial navigation tha Wesi
this week.    Note a few ofiSi'''  *oung Mm'   christian aasocia
these prices: ,,i"" win "'"'" :'   ,;'""' "''   ll|'1'!'"1
I aeronautics-and plan   Imve been uuhI..
{Live Stock Insurances
I
Sl
x  lbs.  Prunes  for
25c
for a course iu areo sell nee    s.a, ral
papers by balloi u and othor air   ex.
���     en n,ca lar8e aweet Oranges 25cjpert8 wU1 b(J   dellvor9d   ,���,fl)|,,    ,,,���
Two bottles Mall  Vinegar  28c class.   The flrtl led urn  which will be
pwo bottles i.est English Pickles . .28c delivered Feb  15, will be bj  Wtnthrop
Auto Brand��� E, Sonrret, n uieiuhi-r   ol    tht     \-1_
Peas, per tin  Hie club and former [iro-ld< ul of tht ,\iii<>
.10c  molilic , luh of A.ineii.'ii    lb.  ItCond
.25c i lecture   wlll   !��'   .!��� llM'ie.l   l>\   Augum
Pom,
Corn,  per tin   	
Tomatoes, two tins for ..
' rhree lbs. Tea  90c
___________pm<"-~~~-***-~~���""-"~____
Two tin- Ginger Bread Molla-- es   ���25c]
Some odd dishes that must be sold j crowded elevator car
less than half pric*- DROPS  TEN   STORIES]
i '
We sell Purity Ph.ur. it makes morel
v and better bread than any floilrj     \,>w   York. ���*-. .,   fi     An  electric ele-l
,,n the market, ! viitor car 1*11 ten stories with fifteen.
I
Hav.- you ever thoughi ol thi   hundred and one chanci
Ing your line horse   and ofhei lock by accident flre o   tl   ���
I     lepl'e    ell!     II     f   i i   * I > !������    Cll..,, I.   Ill    < ��� *lil JUin V .    W-J-h    Will    iliSUn        'OUI I
animal   againsl death fronfANYor every ea , " 9
No Miei-inari  In pectioi    ������,       I and n      id ta
i.n un .    Enquire for pai tics
i   you have never losl an ani nal -ev       the tlrm  to In   u
v i   iinnol teii how loon jrotrr -'im wlll come; the Insui ti
i.i,   i .   heller  aide  lo  . !.Hid   I ,.  ., oil
it ..on have I...i on., oi more le n n lei ma havi
plication now to protect -on ��� om fn-tu
Moil Nl.   I'o noi wait till the hot.. tolen heffin
ih.. stable door.
ALFRED    W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
Give us a call
H. Moore
285 FRONT STREET,
itltls at ;i? Easi Eighteenth street last
night, but ;is the mechanism held for
brief moments al the seventh and
third floors, the force of the fall was
j broken ami all of the occupants escaped serloui Injury.
Four of the girls fainted from fright
during their rapid descent.
'advertise in the news
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNES-
AY
CEB. 10.
gjjjjt   CANADIAN   :t^
Tiff    PACIFIC    Vifr
RAILWAY COMPANY.^
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle wlll leave dally at 9.13 a.m;
���rain for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
���rain  for Agassi, at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  \gt.   Voneouv^r.
TheEdisonTheatre^lMOfVICEHAK
SILENCE BIG CANNON
High Class Moving   Pictures,    I'.lus-,
Demonstration   of  Silencer    Given    by
trated Songs.    Program changed Mon-1
Inventor���Bullet   Makes   Sharn
day, Wednesday and Friday. H
Click  in  Cleaving Air,
Special   Matinee    for    Ladies    and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30. |
New York, Feb. 9. -The first public
demonstration of the new Maxim gun
silencer was given here today by its
iiiv.-ntor, Hiram Percy Maxim. The
device is a little cylindrical .affair,
barely .six inches long and about an
inch in diameter, which fits snugly in
the muzzle of any gun. United States
army rifles and other powerful guns
wer.- fired with the anti-noise attachment, and   the   resultant   report    was
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mcinness   Streets.
Cariboo road .md was sent up for a
long term. Ha learned the shoemaker's trade in jail and when he
was set ii- he established a shop at
Port Esslngton ami another in Hazel-
ton.
TO   SELL   KNOWLEDGL
OF GRAVE  OF  MARTYR
Winnipeg, Feb, 9. -Ambrose Le-
pine, lieutenant anil adjutant-general
of Louis Ki.-I. president of tlie pro
visional or rebel governmenl that held
possession of Fort Garry dining the
winter of 1869-70, declared in Winni
peg today that for a consideration he
will point out tin- spot where the body
of Tin.mas Scott, the murdered martyr of the Red river rebellion of 1869*
,ii, lies. Negotiations to this end have
been   under   nay   for   sev. ral     weeks.
: Granite ware :
Just arrived- Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest de igns, and u the lowesl possible prices. Call In and Inspect     111     'Hi'!;;   no trouble to  -how   -amp.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Lopine is said to have recently suiii-m
scarcely loud.-, than a mild hand clap.jseveral person- in connection with the
Mr. Maxim declared the device could ' r.,sr,
be applied to heavy artillery and just |  . .
.is effectivel)  silence cannon.
The Inventor exploded    tho    theory  ,RI8H LAND BILL
thnt the new silencer could be useful' SUBJECT OF fight
io assassins and murderers, The sharp!
click which the bullet made in oleav- Dublin- Feb' :'' '"'" ""i""*'1 Jirec'
Ing the air would give warning enough, t01'3 oL' u"' United lri8i* len��M '""'
he said.    Its advantage in game gunt-1 yesterday and made public Its annual
inn would ii.- considerable, ho declared,
as the game would he unable to locate
the hunter.
report,    .lohn  ���,   Redmond    was    '���
elected  president.    The national convention of the league wlll he held to-
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
' BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
p. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Choice   Hams   18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Ktffhtti St. snd    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL A  OODy.  Frocnilorii
Synopsis ul  Canadian
Uomesteaa
ALy available Di        ns
In the railway belt   ��� UrlUsh r!
Ma, may be homi I  ,      ,..     ���lu*
who is the so.,. ' g��r,
any male over 18 years : age J'.!'
extent of one-nuartei . ��� ,���' M"*
acres, more or lea '
Bally ai
��Hj
day.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
I ilL Made in south bend KAlNuL
; HARDMAN & CO.
X - Sole Agents ---------
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
��� A.   HARDMAN. A.  JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN.
���
��� *���������������������������������������������������������������*��.*�����������������������������������������.>��������������������������������
A   keen   ligh;   is   expected   nil  S ere
INDIAN  LEFT  STRANGE !,.���.,     mrren>a     land     ,i|;.     .,     strong
GIFT TO WHITE FRIENDSi minority  led by   William  O'Brien and
| Timothy   lle.ily.   urging   its  rejei tion
Deprived  by  the operation of a  pa-  Mr.   Redmond  and   lohn    Dillon,    to-
einai bin  stricl  enactment of British  j.:b.v  with  a majori ���   of the mem-
Colum-bla law from treating his friendsl^g,..  faVor ihe acceptance of the bill,
Alex  Oakes,  a   Ha/..'lion  Indian,  pro- subjeci to amendmeni
rided fully for them In his will. Oakes 	
di. .I  last  week at Hazelton.    I le was
Blanche Walsh Is Sick.
possessed    oi     considerable    prop.
Kansas  City,  Mo.,   Feb. 9.-  Blanche
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Abated Water..
Family trade a specialty,
fel. 113. Office   Eight strSft
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    B.    C.
\\'al>h, the .actress, was  brought  here
      propel", v
which was disposed of with great  de
tail  and  aeciirae,   ainongs;   iii-   Indian
��� atlons;  bin   io his white friends he    "l:i''   ""  :l   sPeclal   '���'''"  ''""'    r'"'
left   strange bequests, Smllh-  Ar!-- whl'r"    >' ' *'** ' '���  ' !1  '"]
ll.   ordered   thai   Immeiliatel)   after  'uddenl.v   while flllina  an  engagement
his  death   t.-n   dollars  in  gold   should!,heVe- i""i was '1,aced iM ,h" hospital
de: ,,-i', li   with   each  of   thfe   two
Shi iffei Ing   ' om   a complii ation
ich and li.vei
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
saloonkeepers   of   Hazelton   and   that
���   on   the  afternoon   of  iii.-   funeral   all
his  friends  should  line  up and oui   of Plebiscite  on  Taxation,
the  fund  drink  his  health.     NTeedless Halifax,  Feb   9     A  n      in      :   niti-
to    ay  iii-- funeral  was well attended zona   yi   tenia;   decided   io   ��� iti   on  a
and the toast solemnly carried out. civic           i  te on the question of the
Oak.    was ,i  former Inmate of the exemption      or     non-exemption      of
British   Columbia   penitential*)        He church    and    philanthropic    property
was   involved   in   a   quarrel    nn    the   which i; now n* free
"LAND SAKES!
1 never knew you had    ich a si
goods hi re."   This is wha      ���    ���
who conii   f. iir ���  lime and    e.
our Immense stock and thi   grei      a
riety  we   cai j       An I    ,*hei tell
them our prici.- th.      ay. "I .      ���     ���
1   lid  not  know you wen   I
���      ��� 1 my hous,."    DON'T  YOI*
BE SORRY, bu
nf   ;oo I   . '
Speck & Crandelis.
When  ; ou   .vain any  kli . j
ing  don.      ueh   as   guns,
type**- ritera or any Hghl
chlnery, zo to
Alex. Speck
���'��� lumbia St.    "Man  on   the Whei
lCntry must be mai
the local laud ottlci ,   i"^il
which the land Is situ te ���.���nlr'.'. '"
proxy may, however, ��� madsonc.
tain conditions by .; ^
son, daughter, brotl >r , '
intending homesteaiier.
The homesteader is : |v, j tl) ,,er.
form the conditions connected *bV-re-
with under one | -.,,, !l)llw
plans;
(1)    At least Blx in    ..,.,.,
upon and cultlvatl
each   year  for  thre
I.)    ir the fathv itl.U^
father  is  decease!,     . ;   ���..,.   ^
steader resides upon   i tana In Ut
vicinity  of  the lan 1  .-,;. rej for ^
requirements as to encemayW
satisfied by such persoi
the father or mother.
I    (3)    If the 3ef,i- ;.:-iai.
I ent residence up in fai and on
led by him In the vicinity ol
etead, the requin -gj
,tience may be sat; .,,
i upon the said land.
Six mouths' notii ���
be given to the O ,;.
Inion Lands at Otl iw .
apply for paten'.
COAL.���Coal mil,I- ���
leased for a pei I   I
at  an   annual rental
Not    more    than 256 I aci
'���-   ed to otie ;' ���'. .-.
i A royalty at the rat.    *    ���   ents w
! ton  shall he colli m
chantable coal m'.ned
\V.  .
' Deputy of the Mlnlsti ���    ' ���
THE HOME P  "- PEI
I     ���'.���    Papei
th,       Hon
The      Daily     News
10
Roast Beef of Old England'
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. WEDN-SDAY.  FEB.  10,   .903
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Thu sday, Feb. 18
ROWL. ,   CLIFFORD  COMPANY
. ii.  Sweet,  Welcome
JANE B
Monthly   Sitting   Quickly   Di  pOses
Only  Case   Brought   Before   It-
Small  Debt Claim  Settled.
PETER  G.
PIATTI
From
Chariot',   B    nte's
Novel
EYRE
.M   June
21, says;
"T              :������   ul    the
j' eatesl
��� written."
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DEALERS
Following are the hours of despatch
.m.i arrival of mails at the New Weat-
)f imn.v-T post office, the hour given in
'u< , ,��� being the b m** of closing
which is half an _ou i .. rule, be
-.ni,.-  the .actii.il  des- All mia
_ unless otherwl ������ stated, are despatch
ed aud received dallj exce >i  Sunday.
i.i'   ' ul*   casi   i ������ e,| in  , ii.   monthlj
,"... .    ii   y, iterda*    ������_       ,-      ,] ''h" ""iy m:l"s di- : ":;   '    and    r"
.v. i       i ,v  s,,i,    v-   w. .1. Malcolm, belve<- Sunday, are the C. P. R. south
of,  liazelmere, a  claim  foi   ���>;".!".   o ami C. I'. R. east mai!-. not including
���   . lods supplied,   Defendant the    waj    mails,    Sapperton,    Prai
'   '    '"��� !l" ������ad �� dered 'i:' ������  on     ' Mil., and Coquitlam.
'    mil ber  h,.iu   W'i.ii.n,,    i   u .
Judgnu v  was giv. ii io:  ihe plain Iff
i'"i" w Iioiii  V \\ liealh r appean 1 	
Vim -iiiii..   Heating   &   Plum  lug   Co   ,iu.
i*s, Kwong  Man   i i! and Brymner, S     (|
':,.     March  court      II    I.   '   I 1
'',.   K.   in'' ,.iili!   for   ���'���     H
^... - ,i ii,
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5 u      mi I
I'   Mi |iliy is   W. S   Ri
6 i        Si mils i.'.'ii. :.i.i-,
Mails Despatched.
alia
11, ini;i-
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\ '��� couvei    vla
'    '   Wilt    U'ell-
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New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exac i
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di
ant.   ,1
l-IEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P.  O.  Box 634.
Opposlti
I.
I Kit
New  Westminster.
foi
I
Windsor  Hoti
PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
N��W '*   OF P. HALL.
Eightn   and   Agnes   Streeis.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 to ���".; evening, 7:3C to 10. Admission 10c, skates 2Jc. Ou Saturdays
10 to 12, school children un Ier 12
will be furnished skates for 10c    Com-
, mutation tickets now on s.ale.   'Phone
: A 4S3.
I.Ml.     I I li,.-..    |
pru\ lous   nigbi i
N,  R     im I." Vii
nesday.
v 30 .i in     Vain ouvei  rla l:  (
trie railway,
Suma    .,u,i Seal le, inc  alii ; all  r.
~   Poll      east an uul poll
letwtfii   New  \\, - iniii :      aud 1 lunt-
i  I'll     !1 I'..   M.i   I'     I-     H
8: lu  .i in     iii.in,,,  anil     ��� In-
ill U  S, polnti , isl and b mth;
ii so all poini ��� bei ween N,��   \\     mln
-ier .md Blaine, via G. N   R,
Note,   Cloverdale and dlstr ci   (Clo-
vi i   Vallej. Surrey  Centre, Elgin, Allu-i
via  and   Kensington   Prairie;    Hazel-
ui re,   I'.'i i   Kells,   Hall's   Prairie  sad
Nicomekl despati bi d   lailj  excepi on
Sunday;   Clayton,   Monday',    Cpesday,
Thursday    and   Saturday;     Fynehead
md Bon  Accord, Wednesdaj  and Sat-
ui il Th.   i   mall -   iri   nil  red
Liu.   la*, - as di spatched.
N' v       ll:0(i ,i m.    Vancouver, Victoria and
H. L.   Edition      :       plaintiff     ,,( ,_.
Kennedy foi   d. fendant.
N.  T   Roberts     , ���   (I.  >..   Hamwi 11
, ���        Isslon mi    n-al    esl ite.    Sl ruck
.   nu ui   out
.,. ff; A   \\ lu
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Iff.  W   V   Hai   ford for
W. I) an
amount i aid Into court
costs, $106.74     O   I
Mr,   Mar hall   fo
r f lant.
',   Sa a* .Mil     Co. vi    li   .v .
plaintiff      i !as.
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A.   II
Russi 11  for  ;il itntlff;
��� foi   di ti ndant
Ki'i.l   vs.   York     &  Mili-hell.
.1.  Ii. Ki nnedy for plaintiff;
.1.  '!'. Simpson for defendant.
Israel \ s  Jameson and Era ��� r River
'.       er Co      i   ���      ii\, ,1   for Feb   26
;   i.   .'.���'   Haid for plaintiff;  Mr. Ma
vrill for     fendnnl
1' ��� ,   \    McDougall.   Trial Bxed fi i
Feb.  is,    H.  ll. Walkem for plaintiff;
1   Duncan for defendant.
.1. ('   A  en  .     '!'. I. Trapp,    Set for
in \   , otirt.    I!. I..  Edmonds tor plain-
NOTICE.
l'aik,  via  li.  i     Electric rail*
'.
12:30 p.m Sti i ,\ bi : Hill, Tim
berland . nd South \\ estmlnster, b
courier i in. sdaj nnd Frldaj i.
1 :30 p.m.    ivisi Burnaby, bj courier
2 '"I  p.m.- Burquitlam,   by  courier.
2:00   ii.m.-- Ladner,    Port    Gtiichou.
Westham Island and Sunbury, dally
excepi Sunday: Woodward, Tuesday,
Thur day and Saturday, via "J, C.
Bruce.'1 (Steveston mail despatched
and  received  via Vancouver.)
2 30    p.m.   Vancouver    and    Pi, ���
si ling, via (I   Nf. K. north,
I   Vancouver and  Burnabj   lake,
via  l',. C   Electrli   railway.    Saturday
ui extra mail is desi., . h. d to   Vic-
tiff   ".'.il. McQuarrie for defendant.      torja vja Vancouvei
,  *-   Bamfleld vs. H. W. Hunter.   Trial'    fjiaine and Seattl.
Axe ,   for  March 29.    .T.  E.   Bird    for
NOTICE  ia  herebj        en  l Ff;     D   G,   McDougall    for    Qe-
Vancouver  Power Company,  Limited,  ' ���������
as  thl     la    deposit, i in    be    L n
Dr. I-' .:   Mcrntosh vs. (1. K. 'i
son    Struck oui     11    li.  Walki :,.  for
l.
: i   Dunkey \ s.  Brunei ie    Sav i
i 11 for $750.    Set  to day to he  fix-  1
G, E   Mar.in for ; lalntlff; A. Whealler
for defendant.
Registry Office in the Citj of Ni ��
Westminster, British Columbia, the
pl :i and houi' of reference of its
Westminster-Chllliwack Railway from
the town of Huntingdon io the City
of   Chilliwack,   passing    through the
.municipalities   of   Sumas   and   Chilliwack   and   the   town   of   Huntingdon   WILL  MAKE  APPLICATION
and  the cltj   of Chilliwack.  being sec- KOK   bWINii "BRIDGE
1 tons four (J) and Ave (5) of the said 	
railway as shown on the said plan Victoria, Fe.. 9.���-At the sitting ol
and approved by the Chief t'onmiis- Lll. rallwaj commission In Vancouver,
sloner of Lands and Works  for  the, application  will be made   to    compel
, Province  of  British   Columbia.
Dated   this     12th   day   of   January
i 1909.
A. E. BECK,
[ Solicitor   for   Vancouver  Power  Company, Limited.
P. O. Box  474.
Tel. 53.
Res.  429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
l}_ to 2,", !i   p.. 2 and 4 cycle.    Best
,. ilue on tli-   market.   Engines kept in
k at
the (iiand Trunk Pacini.- to put in a
swing bridge on the channel tmin
Watson island, south of Kalen Island.
The company had Intended Laving
on,, channel open to navigation by
constructing the bridge. The application now . ii ki :o have two < ban-
mis U-ft. The Grand Trunk Pacific,
represented by D'Arcy Tate, will op-
po e the application, seeking to have
only   an ordinary railway bridge,
u  ihi- hour
Including all U.
S      lints , ast ami soul ��� ,  via G. N. R.
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���0. P. H  east, Sapperton,
Eraser Mills and Coquitlam.
GERMANS MUST SOON
RETURN TO THE FARM
B> ��� Iln,  F. ,,   'a.    I le-   results   of   a
cei ol    i,.at ions   ta!., a   in    1907
has m-i  in. n publish) d and show a a
i    ,|  ; hilling of tin- pop-.
Mails   Received.
6:45  a.in.���Ulalne anu    Seattle,    including all  P. S. point-,, via G.  N. H.
Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
uy courier (Tu?Sday and Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Electric railway.
2:.:o p.m.���Burquitlam. by couri...
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
eluding all U. S. points; also ail poiuts
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver nnd Victoria,
via C. X. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdayi Woodward, via steamer Favouiite. (Steveston despatched and received via Van-
��� cou ver.)
12:30   to   1    p.m.- C.   P.   IL   east.
3apperton, Fraser Mills and    Coquit-
; lam.
1:00 p in��� Vancouver, Central Park
in 1 Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m.���Sumas  an. Suttttifi,
i eluding all U. _. polu'' .mil ppf-,1   between Hunting Ion and Xew We.-.trni::-
.-ter,  via  C.  P.  R. south;   also FttsWP
Mills.
.. Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
; Tonth Street,   ���   New Westminster
I'm   ia fi om agrlc ill lire to
WESTMINSTEh   tiRANCH.
Week Day 8che-Ul��.
Cars leave \ anco foi   Mew   West-
minster a    .-  .������ ���    ' '   nil  8  00
a in., and evarj bn hereafter
ilri til  11:30 p.m
Can le.-iv,. \. u Wpi imln li r tor Van
i ouver al 5.60, i'. :'". 6tB0, 7:80 and
S mi a.m . and .-\.iy half hour thereafter  until   11:00 1'.in.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars  leave Y.nieoiiNv   f*DT  N- **   W-sl-
mltiater at 8:00 in I i-:'--- :in>-. w��d
. very half hour thereafter until
11:30 p nv
Cars leavi New Westminster for Vancouver at S:0fl a.m.. and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.in
D. J. McQuarrio, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
and trade.    The  num-bi r  of
I . | in Industij an i nude
..,.,,   1.1 ,000 from   L895
i.i | ;io*i i lie number ��� ng iged In
agrli i ii- wai di ci ased by 500,000.
tin. in, au- that the non-farming
pop,iln:i.a11 ina.. from 50 to 66 per cent
In  twelve years.
NEVADA  FRAMES BILL
TO  STOP GAMBLING
Trains & Steamers
Carson, Nev., Feb. 8.���An aritl-raoe
track gami.ling hiii was Introduced in
I the assembly   today.    A hard fight  la
' being  liiii.ie  for aud  ag.iin-l   the mea
| ure
l',i,  bill was referred tb the cominli
'   e,   on puhlio  morals.    This  bill   proin-
1 is, i ;,, i,,. ihe idg tigiit of the presenl
s-'ss'on  oi the  legislature.   Indications
are  thnt   it  will  pas-   the  House.     *l he
coni.si  will come In  tho senate.
Position  for  MOnUith.
Toronto. Fi I.  '.'.    It is nv oi-ed   that
Hon.   Nelson   Monteith,  formerly minister ol   igrv v '    .  will    be tendered
i .pointin. nt oi head of the provincial cioni/.ail'i! branch, in succession
to Tli ...;as Soinliwort'a.
Groat   Northern   Railway.
Lv. N.W  9:20 a.m.; ar Seattle l p.m
Lv. N.W. 4.:;.a p.m.; ar.Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. N.W.   12: 10 a.m .  ar.  S.
a.m.
Lv.Seattle8:10 a.m.; ar.  N.W. 3 p.m
Lv.  Seattle4:25 p.m..  ai    N.W. B:56
p.m.
Lv. Bi attle  11 ;30 p m ;  ai   S W. 8:20
a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
No   397    leave     New  vV<  tmlnster
3:50  p.m.,  arrive  (iulchon  6  p.m.  Fn
iln> -ii nn... ij,,u     t,y   10.10   i m
except New Westminster Tuesdaj   ind
1:35 Thursday.
Leave Gulchon 6:30 am., arrive N.
W. 8:45 Fridays; also connections by
2 p.m. .veept Gulchon Tm-sday and
li  a.m.  Thursday.
Lv./ N.W.  8:20 ii-m., 3 p.m.,  and "
p.m.   for  Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:3a a.m., 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, PEB  1Q
_������������������������������������������<
BEHOLD! IF
| FISHERY PROSECUTIONS      g
RECALLED BY DECISION]
3!  Judge  Howay Quashes Convictions on'
Such   a  reduction   in    prices jl  You want a preparation for your XI     Gr��unds ��f Kenda" Appeal Fi"d-     |
for   fil'St-claSS  groceries  Was i   oil cloth use Liquid Granite "B."  ��� Ing���Case to Go Further.
never before given to the cit- t ^."^ f'����rs uss Liquid Gran' i -	
izenS  of  New  Westminster. || -_L-______ _  |     Before His Honor Judge Howay yes.!
The prices given JHow are t For the latest and most uP*t0 ��� '"''lav w'J' wwte8lde appeared  onji
- - w ���   date finish use Johnson's Wood 11 *ehalf of Arthur Maxon, Charles Bow-1
'fexeeptional  9h��B,   and  the 5 Dye. I
���goods-for quality -are un- | ~
gurpasged,   Give us a trial. ��� it!!"
These prices are strictly. eash!| ~
pricev^,
I    We are showing
������������������*^t***��*��������������������������������������������
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
nn'r, F,  H. Fry and Willi-un K
lour fishermen who
-cadall, i
  �����    \! *rV<y      nnea      byl
a good varnish use Ela.stif- J I" "      **** P'ttehdrlgh    l'or    violating!
J J the  provincial    fisheries    regulations, j
44 and *iskPd for the appeals against con '
   iiviction to lie allowed, and the convic-;'
New Prints
������������������������������������������������������*���������������������
������������������������������������������������
For a good hard wood finish use   4   (ions quashed, which, was done.
Luxeberry.
;
\ Anderson fa
Lusby
!
Columbia Street !!
: ������������������������������/���������^
We have jusi received another carload of Raymond Hour. This flour Is
equal to any other Hour on the market
today ami we guarantee it al Jl.Oo per
suck und $6.25 per barrel. Straight
grade Hungarian Hour $1.25 a sack.
This Hour Is in greai demand for
bread W pastry.
The  best   B, C    granulated    'sugar _	
S1ir;;,;r"Si""" �� ""HThe Walsh Sash
Tea in three pound pur.- Ceylon native wood   boxes  for $1.00.
Empire Oylon tea, 25c per lb,
victoria crbss tea 40c per lh, Doors, Windows, Tum-
Coffee of iln- very finest  Moclia ami
Java ground or uhground, _.*.e per ll..
Two quart bottle of* the very finesl      We make a specialty of   fir   doors
pickles only  25c per bottle, "steamed ard kiln dried.
Three bottles of pickles for 50c.      '
Malm r-'i-o 5c a package, or eight   -^y   ��   yfa|$J,
Ii was decide, when the cas��>. were
I heard in Anrost that the caves should.
For polishing all woodwork use $! he decide^ on tlie Kenda];] appeal, and
Johnson's Prepared Wax.
��� this r--A8 been favor^-ie    to    Kendall
f | R0 rar as it has ^j0t proceeded,   A fur
��� . ther appeal, however, is promised.
BOWLING
arid Door Co.
Doors, Windows
ing, and Bands&wing.
The dates of tbe bowling tournament here have now been fixed for
Feb. 15 and 16, .Monday and Tuesdaj
of next week, and all bowlers ure re-
quested to keep these dates open. Further arrangements will be completed
later. There will be a double header
tonight when in addition to ilie visil
of the Vancouver Stars, the second
ma i eli in the house league bet ween the
Royal City mills and the grocers will
lie   played.
Ginghams ���L Muslins
������������������������������������
���^������������������^���������������^���^���������������������*~~***W*****4W*****~*W*
package i tor 25c.
Five tins Balmon for 25c,
Sardines   10c   per  tin.
Finnan Haddle 10c per Ib,
Corn per tin 10c,
I'- as  per Tin  10c
Three tins of pork and beans for
25c
Two I',, tin marmalade 25c per tin.
Elghi bars of the Bnesl laundrj
Mini)  for  26c,
Eight  bars of toilet  soap for 26c.
Three packages of poultry   food  l'or'
Hodge-South  Match.
\i  the  Pender street  bowling    pai '
lors.   Vancouver,    yesterday    evening, I
Sam South defeated Marsh  Hod-;.. In
a ten  game contest  by fifteen    pins,
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.        The  total  scores  were      South,  1861;
Phone 413. New Westminster.   Hodge,  1846.
W. E. Walsh, jr.
Duct Now
Order a Piano
at once.
SAILOR   FALLS  HEIR
TO $15,000  ESTATE
Th:
packages  of laundry    starch
tor 25c.
Three packages o.f corn starch for
25c.
Two large 'ins of St. Charles evaporated cream 2.',c
Two lbs. of very nice lemon idscnils
lor 25c.
Two  heads  are  liottoi     than    one
Both  of vou come    and    i hoose    the
Three lbs. mollnsses snaps for 25c,    I   )an0     _u. atoe_ of pianos i-    Large
BaklnR powder, White Star, 20c.      [am*  varied, including many makes, in-i
nine  Ribbon  and  Maple  Leaf   20c j eluding upright and player.   Every in-
por tin. istrument is warranted, and lias a full,
sweet   tone,   perfeel   mechanism,   ex-
  iquislte  touch,  and   looks  lit   for    liio
drawing room of a queen,
Easy terms.    Low prices
Sau Francisco, Feb. 9.���From ibirdj
I mate of an English ship, beating about
r^i     j the world iu search of cargo, to a man
Sue     of comparative wealth, is a I ing   '��� |i
inn it is Bometimes accomplished ;'
a single day, as In the case of Frank
P. Perry, of the British ship Marlborough Hill, Which arrived today from
Rotterdam.    Perry  received    a   letter
ifrom his Knj-li-h home announcing the
death of his father and the fact  that
jhe.had  Inherited    $15,000    from    the
The young   sailor,   who    li is
his  present  position  from
ice  boy's berth, will  stick1
to  his  -hip  until his  lime expires    inl
May, and  then  return to England to
wed  n   grl  who has been  waitinsr for
aim two years in his homo town. Ac
Wprj    estate    The
UL        climbed  to
sf        an  apprenti
tun, near London.
JAPAN  TOO  POOR  FOR
WAR,  SAYS  JORDAN
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES lift* Big Music House j :;;���;
COLUMBIA  STREET.
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
House of Quality
20
PER
CENT
is  the   reduction on
Fifty
Suits
selected  from   our    up-to-date    stock;
regular prices from $15 to $25.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
or the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Sani.i  Barbara, Cai., Fi i.  9     Presi-
i David  Starr .Ionian, of Stanford
���.vi;... iu an Interview today, said
that there was no danger of war with
j Japan owing io the legislation ai Sac |
! raniento
"Japan i too poor." he declai ���
and a Ids that the only way to exclude
Japanese was by an agreemeni with
Japan. He said the leaders favoring
anti-Japanese legislation were playing
I to the g-niier*,. ami wi re misinformed,
i He though) Ali. Drew sincere, how-|
ever, in lii advocacy of an ami alien
law The actions of the agitators he
characterized as making California
i Idlcnloti    in i lie eyes of lhe country,'
No  Half  Fares for Clergymen.
\\ i 11 n i i ��-������-*".    Feb, B.���The    Canadian
: Pacific ami iln-    Canadian    Northern
'railways definitely   announced    today
i that    li,. clergj men's   half  fare   rates
will be abolished for all time,   If the
naif far.   Uckei  is bought in Chicago
for the I'aeiiie const via Canada    the
dei ��� men,     however,     may     t ravel
through Canada at  such low  pateB,
- This Means Money
...to You...
We can now offer you buy.-; in New Westminster,
X Vancouver, Chilliwack ana suburban acreage that
���    are sure and quick nmney-makers.	
t      THINGS   ARE   HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO    MOVE    i
��� QUICKLY. ���
J. Eugene Brown & CO.
272 Columbia Street.
See Window D,sP,ay Today. |     VAWCBUVKH   F. J.   Haft  fc   Co.   Ltd.    CHILtiWACH
K *i*m ii
New We.tminslfr, B. C, |
������������*�������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������^^^^���������������������������-���������i
Hundreds of new pieces of English Prints, Zephyr
Ginghams in neat stripes and checks, Radium Foulard, Swiss Spots, Flowered Organdies, Cross-barred
and Striped Satin-finished Muslins, Ducks, Drills, etc,
are now opened up ready for your inspection. Kvery
person likes to see the new Spring Wash Fabrics in
the new designs, and we extend an invitation to one
and all to visit the Wash Goods section today.
New All- Wool Panamas and Satin Cloths
in the Dress Goods Section
Advance lines to hand indicate what may be expected later on. Among' those materials to hand are
Duchesse Satin Cloth in the new Cinnamon Brown.
Navy, Black, etc., and Chiffon Panamas, in various
widths and weights, Serges and Fancy Lustres, etc.
Advance showing of
New Dress Skirts
Chiffon Panama Skirts, in the newest styles, have .just
arrived by express. The same well-made makes of
skirts are to be found in our Skirt Department.
These new arrivals are seven and nine-gored, with
satin strappings and folds of same material.   Several
styles are shown with buttons as trimming down panel front. Colors are
Navy, Brown and Black. Lengths are
36 to 42 inches.   Each:
$5.75 to $12.00
W. S. Collister & Co.

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