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 EIRE
INSURANCE
W41ITE, SHILES & CC.
NEW  WESTMINSTER*  B. C.
LIEE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
VOLI
ME   |.  NUMBER, 31.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C. SATURDAY MOir  ���       .	
-, ' -W-OHMNg, FEBRUARY 6, 1909.
PRESENIATIONS10
BEST COLLECTORS
fttUHLING DIME
Off COAST Of JAPAN
^hereabouts of Dredge Com- Royal Columbian Hospital
Coming to Deepen River Recognises Work of Child-
Channel Ascertained. ren's Red Cross Society.
eiinltu information as to the where-      The Children's   Red    Cross   society |
|;. U| the FYuhllng   dredge    pur- me<  al  the city hall yesterday after-
...i in Germany by the Dominion noon   under the   presidency   of  Miss
September, for work Annie    Tidy.    There    were    presenl
:   river and at  the  --and
FIRST SHIPMENT Of m
fROIH PORT Of WESTMINSTER
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
TRAIWP ACROSS FROM
QUEBEC TO VANCOUVER
LAWYERS PARASITES
 I  DECLARES WILLIAMS
Carloads Sh'     au    r    _���    ^ I ^ Walk Undertaken % I McPhillips Objects to Classi-
Carload    Shipped  by   Unadian-Mexican  Liner  Georgia     Story Writers in Interest!    fication and Hurls Eoithet
Yesterday U Promi8e of Future Trade-Trans- of Pearson's Magazine       i    Back to So i   ^
portat.onf-acilities Satisfactory To Traffic   ! Socialists.
When   Elevator Is  Built
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .Mayor   Keaix,   i,1,,....   members  I   ���
iiii-li l.'ti tor Westminster  board of management  of    the   Royal
V '
li received yesterday by Columbian hospital,    Mrs. Hill,   Mrs.
i;.���-nl.-nt    Engineer   il. a Pearce and    Mrs.   Ferguson,   W.   T.
i-iter from J.dm Reld, of Cooksley and a number of the society's
i Vmerlcan  agenl   for    t-he members.    Special   Interest    was   at
company,    In which taohed to the meeting by the uresenta-
i ,i,'"'s on  behalf ol  the  manager.    ���-
���   advise    ..ou    thai     the    ,,   ,,      ,   , ,
���   ���,,���. ,,��� ,���., ,.,,.,  r, meitoyal < olumhian hospital to marki
A '""���"- n],i"r    ���'     ��� ,i in tb.- hand-.glveu
"ng of Albert,  B1.ai)1  ,,,   ,,���. vet\em
route, so fur as i:  cone, ..,.. x.-w Wesi
j minster,   waa   taken  jestcrda)     when
! ���"���   l��'s' shM.!.!,.,   0f grain was loaded
jlV.uii cars on the C   I'  it  track to the
'':"">lli'1  Georgia,  ,,   the  Canadian-
H��'��n ""'      Th    cn Ignment  was
modest, two carload", ; ul still  a    be-
���i inn in
'"'"���" ;,i'   mosl "���."'ciiive tramps      Victoria, Feb   5- shori
y afternoon. makL mi.    .     . Haie been the rule dur-
���'!v  yesterday ai -,,������,���, making thl   j lne lh
-0   Vancouver    from    Albci a   1'l-lr-   :l  �������)   station un    their    |aunl       1,       pre8eat Week> today's session
'"/"''      ��< In course ol an Into,  |trom Quebe<-    lo  Vancouver,    having1 S  "C''��r"  hal��
view -.vitli j     ���   ,,    lt ���,,..���.. , uta 1V(   v      ' ""'
'""    ��� ���  be .,.,.��� oi ta,    li
lhl"      ' i'cIi   the   board ol  trad
m" J       '      "'    that   v.  stmiii t, ,
--hall not 1,0 discriminated .    tin 1   11, I
'"'', '" . " ,-l  ?4.50 .   ,
tarted trom the old French city
aiii.H uu Aug, - lasi h iu lusi 1 uctions
from C. A1' Im: Peai -on to reai li Van
eiiivi',  using j,,���,I'll exertion only, as
, a. ly as pi.s-i ,:,., aim  1 hen beat their
,,n    veri
'������'.   back to Qui ,oc any
way    that
^^^^^^^^ past lour o'clock.
11. 0. Parsons, of ' loluinbia, asked
thai 1 he Iel ter w ritti a by Karl ''��������� j
on his tour through East Kootenay he
printed for distribution, Premier McBrlde announced thai the suggestion
was a good one and would be followa
out,
delay  Displeases John.
John  Oliver   voiced  ,,   request  tflat
all papers relating to the transactions
���i��� I suited them, th. time limil o�� their re-
reasi i,   ,      and    nne    y,h ch    would'
,,-,:,, . .,     ..                    Muni  :u the starting point   being fixed
In id .   in Ss v. ith  V anc-ouver
 _^_^^_^     ,,, ,.                        1.    ...       for March   I.    A  few dais   ago    the
lu com ol conversation  Mr.  w u                                                                                                                      	
[                  () ,���.,.,..                 ;",<l  "' C mare    t0  .iik'P u.: 1 ill.   ��� v     ,      ol   the  in ���:-   l,iB nlasazIlJ    Publisher relented    and  ,��� , O1���.ection uj(h pulp ,andSi  whlch
is now ou uie coast of Japan, j    """"""        '"'"'" '   come,   particularly   v     regards     the  chantsobiaInJngthebe.il fa lllties for  BUVl'  "'"  "-edestrlan9   ""l!l   Marcl*  :;'   had  been promised  to the  House   b
���vlalc-li    lv  will  mala-    ber    de-    '        ?                              ''y'                I Mexican trade, whll.    li,   grain busi-' handjir, ain, particularly as to bc-Jt0 retUrn'                                                 not delayed.   They should be available
e.Paclflc coast.   We ex-1     ^<��'  ^'J, a, so^.ht of    'i:i :���(S, ���!,��� (;i.r;ll  ,,;tli|/ ,,���   ,���   ^.'n,, ���: a lo sack it, for while                         The Tramps,                                     	
the  two , ,  .  now going  oui   ...   B al       b'   V   ' larl*'     '""ln"      oi.   seVeral      J" reply Hon. F. .1. Fu
1       ��� !'   .        : .ilnl    "sto   i'C'tl    I.'     Is   One   slll.,, ,.   ,,,-   lands nvl     thai      -i.   ..
1       ic-k.     luiuri lien      might ���      "    lanaa,    smie 1    mai
....... (,.,  .,,   prepared    and  an  .1  ra'toi   "'    '"   lwaIn"    HIs coml'auiou ls   L"'   papers were very voltmilu   is, am    I   .
under     i-'ajil     Woo , ,,,,.,..     .....    ,,,,     ^-���-���������<������>'��� '""���" of the  stafi    of    thi   ]]u. ropy|ng  would   taki   ro
[illoia-j .  ilv  nv: nc,   h's i-o-Jh** is         li impn    ��� li 1)1    ''l|'    r��wu Algus   ,"""'1"    grayed   time.    ,,   ,,,���  ������.,���.���,   ....   Delta was
from     ii,.   -im .ie   In ��� ,'1    .    ,  tiali'ni   to     ,. ., inn.. ���   1.    ..,,...., _,..i ihm he ti-ouM
.���eni appolntnienl   ui I -. 1     ill   'trans ..... Hli ,\ ' 111 a iiuirj, ni  suggi   ieu mat ne. s noma
1         ��� - e moiv cxcltins      irsuii  ,,1 ��� ,,,  ,;  ...   . ,n ,,  |nv,   tlgatlc
ll"l'1" oi  ivater.    ,v   ������ ai  '  ' ' ��� nurserymau   In   Montreal      ivili  men!
, ...      , , On ,   11 on)  AHe rta   In re jusi ��� ,   . .
low with a heavy car?n    1.   -,   twenti ,      looking lit after their long  ourney
.      ,     . as well as in Vancouver, 1     eeially a
two feel  ttiih'un tllfl cutty            busi ,  and aiv almosi  soi-ri  their expe lence
. , erain cars there bay,   to v     ivilebed
11058 help   is   to   Inn,'    um   '""-   "*  '"*���"*.- I
Ivi     iIi.h'    early    in   ;;,,ai Columbian hospital, and mayoi
Sb    lias had ,. splendid  pas-!",' the e :,.  expressed  bla  lhanks    to
ihough having   had    tn  fl,   ,���,       ,   ,,
, n'--' >u-">y> ladles bu  111... large amount
leavj   weather;   and the  toii ,.,, ,   .
 iiwiihou. ������-���',���'     .".'  '   l     ""-' ot furnl8h;
: anticipated ' ;���-""', ,n, ,,���������,,, !;i ,��� n,,C
110   ,ll:;|.   " cause  ib y    deserved    to
^_________________________i
ei'gl        .'X-
    il iii 1 lie C1..1 *t
ear of 1 he  \ ��� bs<>]    ar-
bare  that   1 r. dli   foi   thi   . n
xploited in the n, h ful u ������ The
, I. 01 ia i ami up Oil til 11101*11 ',.��� llje
yesti 1.1 13,      undei      ...      Woosi
ut ���
it lil,   pr, s.iil   ;ini<-.    ^^^^^^^^^^
Jn reply Hon. F. .1. Fulton, commis-
Peuded in lh    ma ter.    lb   ,,.,',���. ,   ,. ,,
, ; ,h' 5   llaii   form, ,1   th mat Ives   Into  a
has    apparently    < onif : i,,.,,   ,.,,
11 '   ma iil'iui      m ��� , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
**^^^^^���^^^^*1.., . 1 '"'ss ll''1'"       '"  I".tI -on.  of inn,
1 ""  'I-   ""a '������    maintenance    ,��� , ,        .     , r    m !-
__ , would b,   .,   .    ,  importani   one when MK'��,CS f��r var,ous "f'iu,s
recent reports of a foreign j ,���..  |los])i(a|   , ,.-     ' In the south
. anal   route,    ami    not
,     was  pupil! 11 |y sUp-
boiinii ,,01 ,, coaling al Acapu.-j mamrgers, woui.
11,11 connec ed with
exlco
.    going in Portland,
Keefer, having sailed
in.- months ago, The
,   FYuhllng    dredge    was
lUlCO,  bad   she   come
.   Horn,  caused   the    Im
ibis    was   the  vi ssel
Fraser river.
authentic    Information
anj   uncertainty as
1. of the dredge and
'   of Us hi rival here
"!-*q*7 ���
'��� .. ���   _
-/
This con ,v
'lllli,'!;'      -
in  owes  iti
\V    It"   l'or
ill;" 'he Falge creek yards and th n is practically at an - ml. as they will
back, again to the wharve. Here see Vancouver this evening. This
the    can   be  loaded  direct      11..  uvea-1 corning aud afternoon will be devoted
iloned   iii ���  Geoigia  was    tak
|HE FRIUK TODAY
SETS OLD RIVALS MELT
vith Celtics���Will De-
[cdf C1*. --^ionship  Position
JW'Spatch from ih's poi
inch assist im ���      1 !:u ing compliment-
��� 1   ib-   cliiltii, ,1   on   i ii'     con lucl    of
their busin.   ������    he did  not  know who
1 heir   lutoi ���    were   he      1 ��� si nted   a
brooch to the president, in memorj of
n    Inauguration  during h r  term  as
.May Queen, and lockets to the largest
collectors,   Misses   Helen  Walker and
"���n--'v '"''"     ln   aoln8    "   !"     '"""liv.st.    While   he  did  not  secure   the
: lom I  that   ! in     [ilnns   of   the    new
ea I.-.   i,i be sub 	
DEMAND F08 DREA0N4UGHTS 'TRCOPJ CHARliE ON
wi! :rr^^^^^^_____������������������������B-���-!
inc     ��� be
to visiting the  Fraser  Mills and ..tli, r
^^^^^^^^^^^^   on    and
, lei i  ,iv ihviinvn:    11  nei .
Minister of Financ   T ' low .      ��� 1
ed  li -��� statemi ni  ol revi nue an I    ��� x
pendiiine  [or  the    ni in bs    ���       ruly,
Align it,  September,  Orto Mi
and December, l!105
\ number of bill, wer,   ��� 1 ad 1   fu si
'   "*"   lln.o-rajl    ^nnclnnmon,     ,' 1 i,,,,,,     plaCPS    Of    Interest    in    and    Ul'Olind    the L|���,
ter Worsnop, Ihe  well  known '" ~       consignmenl   i        i I,      rrom time.
tnd  brother of Capt    Worsnop   man     he Okanagan  which 1   ,-vi       been -     * All questions on the        I
,v    oftheline,    Mr. Woi       ,    .��= Jli!"""1 "'"* ib" llli"""  "'���'"' , ,1   u^r    ^"''"^    ''"
.    , responsible mainlv f, . .   Al'M'���i  , ,���-,s. ��a>ln�����u the ^Ind-or hotel "Parasite," Yells Williams,
ments of grain which I <    de-      An endeavor will be made to   hold How the Cooipan-on, Met. ,       Hortlcull    al    lo ,       ..
uatch  1 trom  Vancouver     Ince    iho  a special    meeting   of   tin      oa   I of      Nlr' ' lar,i s;i"'1"'1 on "l" lriV ;i1"" ���  pa.  i I by the House,   [n thl    ,    mei
commencement last November of this trade n��t week, when Mr. Wo      '    but soon picked up a companion, who    ���,    P   Williams, s	
viuilct tor the produce of the    middle  will   be   invited   to  addre ,     on   fta>'ed   w""   the ^wspaper   man  for for .N,wcastle, p, tilt.
the grain nnd other question    affect    two days, and then quit.    In Montreal  H    moved an an Imenl    lhat    the
rate,  22%   cents  a  hundred    pounds.'lng  th-   industrial  future of th,   cit)    h(* "'"  Ml   M^hant, whom lie knew | Bng|lBh translation ol     I  I
foreign
I ',.    .     Ipien repiii il.    and
remai ���.    wen   inadi    ���-   i be lo.j  ,,,,,.>
pi esi nt     \i; angi men!     wi re
,     .   concerning   the  distribution  of
the book, ror collections, and the ivxt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        in. i I in-   w.v   lix'.l     I'.n      W.-ln- -dav
n��ter Has Stiff Game at Brock.j Ma,.ch   :*,   nt   the residence  of    Mrs
: \\';iii��� : j
Mi.oi Kean   before the meeting ad-
! jouin. d.  promised  a   pei iona]   gift  ol
a gold watch to the girl who collected
' the largest amouni In 1909
lome j ears ago In  South Africa, an I
invited iiim t.i accompany him on tin-
walk.    The prospects    ���  ratng  agr	
i ile and the financial   consi leratlon
ot in-    	
givi ii  in  i he i evlsion ol it*
and In thi   en irse of   tli
which followed, William   descrl
..,...,.,,.   ,,..- iiu,ii!i:>iii    ciisi leranon-'i which followed. Williui!,    desc
PHEUIPITA1E A CRISIS     .    BMOP OF iTBieSjg"      ^JZ^l^^^XZ
Resignations   m    British  Cacniet      Expected to Follow Move to Spend
$60,000,000 on  Battleships.
lUl���Wa11   !   i0ined   ���<"��� ''""i'1"'  "*"    *"\     A.  V   McPhillips,  of    the    island'.
Non-Union    Miners    Stoned   at   Beillej mlles of'ough going over the C. P. R. junlpe(] ���p nU(]    ,
evinced him that the simple life|jrotlon t0 the ,,,���     ,,���,,,,,
Vernon.   Pa.,   and   Constabulary
Dr'ves,   Men   Away.
w.i- im- lit,, for him.    He quit.
Held Up and  Robbed.
The  first   real   taste  of   excit. vent
.
Pitts mri
happened    ai    Three    Rivers,    where
Feb. ."..���As a ivsuli  of a   ,\|, s-   i   Clark    and    Marchanl    wei
! if the eplthi r "parn site'' was   |.
by  any  class or   bo ly  of    m, n,      he
S- - :: were   rertaintlj   ��� v
lei   fool hall   li am  li is
Ion today ai  Brock ���
C. I lea  111 a  sellloi
ii  ii   is  the confident j
 ;.   ��� of the club
'-,ill \\in ..ni -.<, conttnu  !
he Thisihv ns the ]
woul I   practically I
���    oui of championship
Both  elevens  will
""-     I       ncals   leave  In     the'
'���
learns will :,.
Mi ('in niicb
i,,nidi.li.  l'-.'li 1). :ii:in I,     .,I      :tie      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
adinirally  for six  n,-w   battleships    of   vl*.-|  n.     offered toda)       y ihe striking   lieid    up  and   relieved    ol     all     their      lu   ���,,,,,.,,���.  to oruer ior i
|th. Dreadnoughi i en ���   _12,00U, jmlmi-s of lhe Tremoni  coal mine   at   worldly wealth by three husky Imin. ���<; ,.;,, ij :n, ,,;.,,y langui        Th
SEVENTEEN ACHE RANCH
 $60,000, i havi   pr. c pitated
i crisis iii the British t-nbinei today.
The   daily  press   ha     la]   it   U[i   th,
the  non-union  miners,   who  wen
H.  T.  Ceperly,  Vancouver.   Buys Vain
able  Piece  of  Burnaby   Property
from   G.   Every-Clayton.
Impendln ���   ���   Ignai
| folios   held   h)     I
, ivne, ii,,;    i the ���
. S;���'n,'ei Cii in hill,
thai tti tine tion
Tbe  Speaker called     ith   Mi I    .'dips
and   William-,  io order  foi   using    un-
BcH.   Vernon,  Pa.  near Pittsburg, to   wll�� l-ounced on them jusi after they|!rfoVaTareTheiTwttTd^wn."
^_____________________������������������������������������������������������������^H
Henderson's   Amendnnnt   Lost.
Sliiari   l|,uders<,ii'-  am, udm   l
colleci   ;,n.|   ix pi ini   all    prlva
and   all   ail ; divlni-   ��� ���       i unl
. ; a! tillt] oili i ancl Ise,
tl vi I, the altoi ne) general
that the task wiv too bulky und ���
���nt"   to  ha(-   ,IKil'-   camp  for  the night.    Tin
yesterday, a troop of state con      :""'  a,'n* "" "  toob evcrjthlng    ex-
���,  ,....��� ���   -   -^   ��� JataLwlar-y  charged   the   strikers toda)  '"'!''   ll1"   '"',"'~l|;|!,,,r  men's  noi
SELLS   FOR  $1000  AN   ACRE   :   Uterand lhe Dalh  liironicle. whii,1.,,,,   ,,   ,er8on;  ou both sides    were  and i'^""      rheJl' ':i""   as- how.
predicting thai    he cabinet itself will s \-jhtly injured     An    additional    di    being negotiable   articles,    were    an-
noi fall to pieces, sa)-   :i.i   rumors of  tac  ment   of Pennsylvania   police  will   '"A(''''
i i.
i I.
\\ in     ill
ii'i.et ih- port-v'1 'V1, at  Belie Vernon  from    tireens-1    A Wl'rI*  ,ater   a ]>iu,A    "i    Indians
, ,     , ,. bl       late to In,
l.b.vd Oeorge,:
!.>t   Week .'inn ,|e    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ad for the union   rate    of    wages. !"P��n tho Journalists in a forcible man- Lct, that no judge bo appointed i
'"    of   ''""  The  officials refused  the   re ,   and   uer-    Clark    "h|   Marchani   recovered   missiouer, was carried
i;.   ISvery-Clayton   has   just aold   to j board of trade; Lord Motley, secretarj   closed the mines Saturday,    i'esterda.v   conscIousnes    leveral hours later and     Th.    Flathead   Vallej    .^     M
backs,L   (.ppcrly  iceperlj  _  Rousefell, Van   of  .tai    Indin   mid  John    Burns,[aboul 100 miners returned to work un-  cmrtlnu, i ih.     journe.i  after carefully Cre.]5    *lailwa)     Incorporation      cts
lialf backs, Knowles.l' ' .       ,1   ,.   ... .,.���    ,,��� .,   ..,,,.,.,,,,���.���,   der    the    old    scale and    today    the  noting the details. ,      he second reading
I piini-i-i'i   his   s. \ em, , ii -acie   rani-li     on I nresideii;    ,'i    in.-    i.n.n    ^n\. i nnieni : __^_i _______
unl   Iti
Anderson
found obJecl    to the appearand   ofL        .      ,, ;..���n,  iln expendltu
the two walkers and Improved    this|    An ;.,���. ndni-ni    to the Magi tratei
Robertson    am
;- ��� Baton ami Luckett,
floal,   Barbaree   or
Kirbj   and  Saul;   half
Sawyer and  firs.,;   (or-
: uifl em -.   Johnston,
,-an ami Cuydzlen.
Phillips
-   toni i ��� he n m union men.
The       con   ah ilarj        Immediately
Collection   of  Siynatures.
Sleeping    at  C.  I'   It
The   debate   on   the Inspect!.       il
    in the ani' nd
the coal  Mines    Regu at ons
liall    avv, Knowles, I
couverj  lii    ieventeeu-acre  ranch    on  presldeni   o
rorwards, Vlner,
,,  , .ih,.  Hastings   road,  Ilurna'.i\   lake, fori board.      H	
in.    Robertson     nnd I s i consiaouiary        immediately i     -"imib    ���'-   >���  r,   ii.    .-uiiuuis    ui i Jlotalllferous aVUnes aci, on tne an
jiT.iiini.    The ranch  which  has   m        n.,      Vlall iinuoiime   that   ibe ch(| _ (]  |h.     ^^ ,, ,iml  (||oV|   lh(^_ nighi ami tramping by day, the jour- ment in ibe Coal Mines    Regula
fanned for smiie years b} Mr, Clayton,   ��� ihe ca   i" '���   Is  extremely from the company's property. uey   across   the   contlneni   progressed I act, and mi tho bill lo secure the
naa n  m,,. new   residence  and    bam   ,,,, v, I maj  n   anj  moment re ! "ttle by little,    In ever) town visited ing of mine workers wages, wa.
n    ,,,���,,  bavlng ,���,,,  LM.ected to I still   In     i ������;���"' ruiiture. Death of Mrs. Alex. 8peck, the two  walkers have made calls up- joiirned  until  Ihe next fitting ol
|,   , - ,,:,!,   Foreign Secretar)   ��" the newspapei offices arid secured| House
replace  lhe  housi  and  buildings    de ^. ,.,.,,,     ,,.,,.,      t���,. ,i,,,,i, ,,, Mr.,  u.-.v.   \,,��� s,���.,:, the slminnire. of n,,. .-iii..,v nn ! 	
iaj
ad
��� firei      ml   ��   '    Sefieiiiry     _..
n,.\v   program and are    re
f* MAY BE COLLECTOR
0*  PORT OF NEW YORK
'"     Feb,    .*,.    Friends    of
'. jr., secretary    to    the
I lhe statements yester-
- io become collector of
N- ������ Vuri, at the beginning
'-"s   i Imtnli (ration
"id, Is in become the
Inolltlcal  adviser of    tho
on Ww York matters.
!���������������������������������������������
���
���
-'    Vork.   1-,-b,   5.-Tom   ���
J-ONGBOAT-SHRUBB RACE.
N
3K,,ot".   Hie   Onondaga   in- ���
J���   lofoiUe-J Shrubb in their ���
��    ���|l1'      "   tills   eV.'ll- ���
8tanc*ng Hi" Englishman ���
^5- nt the finish.  Shrubb led ���
eventeenth    mile. ���
'  ,n|i''" forged ahead, ���
!*���������������������������������������?
replace  lhe  housi  and  buildings
stroyed by lire last fall. ^^^   :
Mr.    Clayton    has    purcliased     Mi���''';'.',,,,���, ,,i:,nni���s to rompol    th
Houston's fifteen-acre ranch, adjaceni   > n |fce pnblnP| ,0 nccep|    ,
in  ibe  Fraser  Valley nursery  and  bof-   "
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derlng iui   the  Lake, as  well  as    four 	
acres of Mr. Macray's ranch adjoining
ihe  Hn.nrd  road.
;HILL>REN   CREMATED.
CUTTING  POWER OF
STEEL IS   INCREASED
Threu    Little    Inmates    of    Memorial
Home Lose  Lives in Fire.
���jnitln creek,    Mich..    Feb. B.���The
Sheffield,  Eng���  Feb. B.���The    Shel    Ha kell memorial bom.-, a  three and  Bpeckf whp w_, 80 j
Tin- death ol Mrs. Mary Ann Speck    the Blgnaturei   ol   the editors and  r
wii.   nf Alex. Speck, sporting    goods  porters.    In another book the    signa '  Chicago to Be "Wet" Another Y*ar.
iu.     i.iin,  occured  al   6:30 p.m,  yes- tures of lelograph operator., ai    rail-1 	
teiilay at the family residence, Van- waj stations along their rout
ciiiner r,.;id, liuniae.v Deceased had navel, together with the stamp of
been suffering fmni Infiamntion of the that purtlculiu office, are registered.
vein- for some weeks, and on Thins : A< a collection of autographs, neither
day ber condition became critical, of the books is worth much, bul all
Medical aid was summoned, but in the same each Is probably unique,
spite  Of   all   that   could   be   dune,   she: Making   Easy Money.
gradually   became worse,  dying  from     The  necessarle     of  llfo,    oi    t
hear; failure yesterday evening. Mrs.   wherewithal for the sain.-,   ure   pro-
years of age, leaves
field Independent announces   an   Im-1 a half storey brick orphanage located a  hu__apd  and  five   mail    children,
' m   ,|,,   western   boundary    of Battle  three boys and two girl*, one a baby
destroyed by Bre early to-10' twQ weeks. a fathcr' T' slmcock.
pniiani    new    steel    dlacovery.   The
linn nf Jonea *:���  Colver, of Sheffield,
Cre, ii. wa?
i- now placing on the market n steel
Threo of tha thirty-seven little)ai
and  tWO   brothers to   tin 'i'ii   her  loss.
viileil   b)   selling   picture,   posl     card
Belling magazine articles, distributing
advertising   matter  nnd    In    \a:i..'v
other  way-,    in  Calgary ihey  picked
up an easy $20, having an   ad vert ls
Chicago, Feb 5 -Chicago wlll be
a "wet" town for another >c.v.' al
least. The movement by the "drys'
to hav.. the people vote at the April
election on the question of excluding
saloons from the city under the local
option law has fallen down. They
be I started oui to obtain the necessary
100,000 petitioners to place ihe ques
Hon mi the ballot, bin Rot less ;han
50,000 Another effori wil] be made
by the drys next year.
Seek  Abductors  of  Little  Girls.
with  from  three lo seven .times tin
cutting power of exlBtlng high   si"'' ���
sled.    This steel can be hardened In
water, oil, or blast.
According u> John    Ollvei
professor of metallurgy al    *:i|
university, it  is an absolute depn
iiiinalc       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
t.;,il was counted In a cottage on the
orphanage grounds after the lire.
rii,, missing are  Lena McPherney,
Artii'i.!' i .-":"'s ��*d; (V(,il Quotent. i:! >'"���"'*
The  funeral  will be held on Sunday .ment of Canary beer, painted on their
. were missing when the '^".pfternoon, .probably to the I. O, 0. F haversacks.    *Bob" Bdwards, of   the
cemetery. Eye-Opener, was their mentor during
���  their stay In thai city.
Close Cigar 8torel Sunday. Averted Train Wreck.
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1,1; George Goodnow, 8 years old,   Inl    Spolcane,   Feb    S.   Every    theatre Chani  were the means .if averting a
ihe panic that ensued when   the   chli-. manager who keep   hi    plaj    house train wreck ai Three Valleys,   Thej
,;,!,,,i were awakened by the first alarm. I open next  Sunday, as well as   every WeM   n]eei>fnn;    with    the    telegraph
to have obtained water tempi     .                 ^ |m]p (,hll(]i.pn jumpe(J froffl J         ^ ^  ��� ��� dgnr Btore orI J          n    ^^    ^   ^
which wil work for a    -��� , storey window, bu.   It   Is   not a candy shop, wlll   b,    arretted   on I tu| nge was received from
time on tbe hardest material witli "^j,^^, tM| ilIlv of |h���,n worr fatally I Monday for violating the Sunday cloa-j
cutting edKn of the tool ai n
red qlow.
in nc   "  ���
mghl that any of ihein were fatally  .Monday for violating
hurl
ne ordinance,
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S'i w fork, F, b. B, While the Baltimore police are d' tatning eleven-year-
old Ki .ih. line l.iierch. for who^ abduction .lam. s M. Janer was arn ��� I
in that city following the child'--   lis
. ii a -mce from Brooklyn, anot
mlssiim girl prohli in Is puzzling the
Brooklyn police, A general alarm has
been s.nt oui for Annie King, it years
nld, who lived with her pan nv i
Third avenue, Brooklyn, A man 3B
yea i ���  old ;   also   ought
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FAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FE_RUARy
6. 1909,
TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders  are   Invited  until Monday, I
the 1."     insl   for a brick block to be|
erected ��� n Col ������   la      - t, New West-
tninstei    Plan:   i I si   dficationa may
be seer ��� B Dominion
Trust     ���        v-   ������   -' -. - i inster, or at I
Pai 570 Granvilli
-v '. ������.-   -:   or    mi}
ecessa   ..-    ���    pte I,
CANADA WILL LOOM BIG
AT A.-Y.-P. EXPOSITION
Special Arrangements Being-
Made For Display of Fertile Resources.
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Wanted -:- lost -:- Found
for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:��� Etc.
Seattle,    Wash.,
Fee.
-William
Dominion of Canada day  has been'
rsel   for  June   10,  on which  aate  th,,
opening of the Canadian building will
| be  celebrated  und  there  will  be one
more   big   Dominion  Day cm  July   l;
Canada's real day to oelebrate,   ,\ big
, ... tournament is also being arranged,   but  the  details  are not  suf-
nceiiti)   wonted out to warrant any-
iiiui!-    i. ���     ������ Efmite    announcement,
mere i^ a very strong interest in the
great game on tola side ut tne nne and
it is more than prooa.ie that a team
,v.l v made uij of man)   former well
,-:..-;..���..-->.--,.-,f
LOST���Two advertising order books,
property of The Ranch, Seattle, In
the basement of the Dominion block.
Return to Russell Hotel and receive
reward.    Leonard  Fowler.
# I Hutchinson, Commissioner of Expos!- lUK,v.u Canadian playera who are bere
#|tious for the Dominion of Canada will, alul ;lClnng to get out their Bticks.
in a few days arrive from Ottawa to ,.... exposition is now about ninety
complete the pleasant task of erasing p^, cen, complete, speaking of its
the boundary line and making Canada, principal buildings, and assurance is
with her fruitful provinces, full part-1 <:0ubl.v sure that   It will    bu
.TOR SALE���Second-hand Sideboard.
$15. Second-hand 13ox mattress. F.x-
11a large and comfortable, $5.00.
Apply Care of Dominion Trust,
NEW   JAPANESE  LINER
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Vi, .,,,j, Feb, 5.���A tiiird Bteamship
is under construction for the Toyo-
Klsen Ka. ha's transpacific service to
lie called the Kanyo Maru. She will
be similar to the Tenyo Maru and
Chivo Maru, and will be ready for ser-
,,jce at  [lie end of the year.
Lii,- Osaka ShoShen Kaisha la arranging a Ion" of $1,500,000 to complete the steamships for the transpacific line in conjunction with the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
0PERA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Feb. Il.-Brewster's  Millions.
Feb. 13-Jane Eyre.
Feb.  -:'-���D"11'1'1  Sully'
j,..b  27.���The Burgomaster.
March    !���    ^"'^'   ';uNV'
March 3.���Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19. -Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24.���Harry Beresford.
April ..���Marrytag Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28 ���The Gingerbred Man.
June 10.���Nat  Goodwin.
Orders   Taken  F0r
imney
bweeping
TelepKone 1G4
Thomas Peters
�������������>
ii- r with the State of Washington and
Alaska   in   the     Al-ska-Yukon-Paclttc
Exposition.
Commissioner  Hutchinson has only |
    Complete
In all detail.- and open on June 1, as
was  first  announced.
WANTED-   to purchase a good   hous,
for   cash   from   owner.    State   full
-trticulara   of  house   and   were   sit-
,', Id      Addles  ,  T S., I'a re of  L.   W.
Henderson, City.
recently returned from London where   MUNICIPAL   LODGING
^t^t^t^t^SSammmmmmmmwSammm
he had full charge of Canada's splendid exhibit at the Franco-British Exposition,    lb' COmes m Seattle for    ll"
purpose of  - ileci ing  - he site  '
handsome building Canada will   i   eel
and to arrangi   for the Ini i all iti ..  ol
��� \l:i lit   which   he   brings     home
i  London  iviih so much credit,
l'or the purposes of   the  exposition
ii;,. 1' iminion    appropi lated the    sum
of $100,000, which means that Canada
wants | Is "to j ue ol    he li adlng fea-
HOUSE URGED IN DENVER
Denver, Feb. 4.���Edward Brown, of
Di nver, a cousin of W, C. Brown.
president of the New York Central
railroad,   has   been   investigating cop-
tions of the poor of this city, especially the tramps and    men    out    of
K   a part (30 acres) of the northeast
quarter of section  10, township 19.
.Ww Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title uumber 1150 F., issued
in the name of James Long, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month  from
the date of the first publication hi i  ol
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster,    Issue    a
duplicate of the said certificate, unl -
iu the meantime valid   objection
made to nie in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Title
Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
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I Through Our SHUR-ON EYE-1
GLASSES.
THEY  WILL  PLEASE  YOU.
RY ALL'S
DRUG
^^^^^^^^^^^      STORE
Eyes tested free and all optical  work guaranteed,
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work and has interested Mayor Robert'] ster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 190;
w WTKD��� A    married    man    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    __���_���_���_________________., ���   ,
,',      ������ kinds;  wants con-1 aires of the big fair.    Several of  the   W.  Spear,  members    of  the woman-
nt'emplo      nt   Apply Royal Pa- provinces Lav- also coi B in with In-  cl
lfl<   v : j'u  "- "' "n   '���"-
 i]    Special   Canadian   celebrations   are
FOR S VLE   ?;x lot
1x120 each cor ' :,u: arranged, but as yel i ne ex-
ner Richmond and Eighth ave'nu : ' ll tentative lates havi been given,
$160 each; cash    A  L. Bryant, 1524   ���'-' exposition directi      .  i   in com-
_..,...    _ ,,.   ,Uver. munication   with   the  officials   at   Ot
tawa ami definite announcement of the
���   ial tl i) ��� -.-��� Ill- sl    Hy In   madi. As
* i thc-y stand now liritish '   il im ia week
WANTED    Daj
it: id .ui'.    P  0., city.
apply
has been fixed I
19, inclu-;'
n    14 to
club  aud   women of all the  political
inizations in the city In his movement for a municipal lodging house.
Brown's plans have so far advanced
that he will leave for the east in
��� daj or two to gather data and est!-
iv, es and he expresses himself con-
fident that within a year Denver wl
have u municipal longing house a
well , ci ii; ,-��� 1 as any in the country.
OWNER will , _chai -    five acre bloi k
at Hon  Accord  for city lot.    What
offers     Address. Box  rvT,  City.
ff
TO LET���Five mom cottage, nice
��� ��� len one block from car. ll nt
$15, Uso six room house jus: off
Six-':, Sirv t; rent $15. White, Sh.ll '-
,v Co.   260 Columbia Street.
Northern Crown Bank
FOI ND    !.. ly's glovi
.. this 'Hli' -���
11,\ni
in RENT���One large furnished   '   ,
im, in a: i '  ary, i ill ible f r two
.1 ���   two   mall mi-       Ri nt r- .   n-
' '       V , ly 287 ','
WAN rED -A trii'se girl; servii -
ijuired  from 1  to  6  p.m,    Mra,   Ur
Jones, Royal aven-i".
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital    $6,000,020
���Up Capital   $2,200,000
Our facilities for collecting   and   remitting  money   should   be
employed   by  all  business  men   to  whom   promptness  is   a consid*.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
WhEN  GOING EAST
���SK THE iii K".  AGENT
T'i SEND V(T OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
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as  Evi
11.,
he Year
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE 1 RAIN ' IF FAME
NORTH V. ESTERN,
LTD.
IHE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Embodies the newesl and lest ideas
for COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity aud gas the most brilliantly lUnmlnati l train In thi world, The
��� -1'iipment con-.-' . . nv .
ment i a:--, it indard  16      tion
���  -,    . _arkrai clining
chair rJirs (seat I < ��� I, modern day
coaches and buffet, library and -:, k-
Ing cars.
For  Tin e Tabl ere, or i v
Infoi or writi
F. W. PAKK.ER,
��� i .  '-. . Seattle. Wa.-h.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Ci% .ago, London,
Haaiiiiion, Tor...^,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all tht principal business center, of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME 1 ES.
Also to BUFFALO, ' EW YORK and
I'lIII ADELPHlA    .     .     ara  I .
For Tim" Tables, .'-tc    address
GEO.  W.  VA'-X,
Assistant Gen'l Pa engi r and Ticket
Ai'Ltii, IflR Adama St.. Chirauro, III.
MAKE YOUR AP^-AU to th- public
through the co'umns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Manoi Street
SEATTLE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturjrs and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doom,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
[Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephom; 12. New Westtninitet]
-.
,,,,J 0��0��0��C4CHK)��OC4Ce��.��OK;*C��0 C��O*0��0��0��0*C.C��  4 ������"��>'
$12./5|a
Silver   Watches,   gent-'   open   face j
$6.00.
Silver -Watches, gents'   open    case
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and    Elgin
| watches.
Watch repairing a specialty;
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
NOTICE.
I
RATES:
Room  $1   per day  up.
Room   and  board  $2.50  per day up.
Room  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath anJ board $4 per day.
All nutside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON GILBERT,  Mgr.
I Mac Kay's Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases aiid Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
j. X MacKay & Co.
Bo iksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
a------
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400.000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
liincha* throughout Canada and New leuadland, and  m  London,  Eugland,
Nev  York, Chicago and Spoka uu, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking  Budluess Trans.v (-,,!_
eiter�� of Credit Usued. available wl t_ correspondents In all parts of the
World.
���avingt Bank Department.     Deposits received In (iimn of $1 a_<i upwards,
'an,i uitere.t allowed at :t pei .. n-a.j"i (present rate).
Total  AMets over $168,000,000 00.
NEW WE8TMINSTER BRAM:a, Q> D. BKYMNER, Manager
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting tmween
Joseph Mayers and Neville Rogers
Preston carrying on business as coal
merchants and general towing business at the City of New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
under the firm name of Mayers and
Prestou has been dissolved by mutual
consent as of the first day of February 1909. The bu.-lne.-s heretofore
carried on by the ?aid firm of Mayers
and Preston will now be carried on
by the Bald Joseph Mayers and all
debts owing to the said partnership
are to be paid at once to the said
Joseph Mayers of New Westminster
aforesaid and all claims against the|
said partnership are to be presented
to the said Joseph Mayers by whom
the same will be settled.
Dated at New Wetrtmlnster, B. C,
thi-- 1st day of February, A. D., 1900.
NEVILLE R. PRESTON
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Witness:    C  W. D. CLARK.
Accounts of Organizations
Church  Societies, Fraternal Organizations,   ('.
and Business Associations will find   It   convenient
have surplus lun.is in a Savings  Account,   subject  i
two or more officers.
We make a specialty ,.f this class of business
CONSULT  WITH   US TODAY   an 1   we  will     ���
full details explaining our system.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C. F.  B. LYLE. Manaj��'|
ci*o*c^c^c^o4004c^c^o*o��Ce��o c* _*c*o*cx>o*oc*o*-^o��oq
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouvei', ii c., farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor a
twenty-on.. yen. grazing lease oil the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore of
Zayas Inland, Port Simpson district,
about a mile south of the mouth of
Lake creek, thence west across the
Island to th.- ��hore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to tho point of commencement.
No. 2 lease -Zayai island. Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. l lease,
thence west aero-, the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly. easterly and northely
around to the point or commencement.
C. W   PRK.iTON.
Jan. 2S, lOOf'.
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eturne.   R. C
FLOUR!       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrie & Co. __���___.AXD S�� ���-iir:!^L
FRONT  STREET.
-Mill
v  Westminster.
HE
A little Go;: Coal
makes a b g, hoi       ��       .
of poor coal bi n     uut '��   1
at all.   It Is i ' '! v
dii'
our  coal,  lice,in
goes farths :, n
leaves very little i        '      .
no more per ton  ���"'l-   '   1
grades.    We dellvci  II !0
Full   '     ,
votir "rJ'|
part of the city-
always.    Telephon
to us.
Westminster Woodworking to.
BANK AND STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantle--, etc.
Works; Cor. Eleventh St. md Cir Llnf
Phone 473.
., Ltd.
ggBgggMygHMf����t'3__
ENQUIHl
Family Rat
AT THE
Royal City La-*
Royal Avenue an" ��* 1909.
jATURDAY^EBRUARV_6,
NOTICE
jon for Wharf and  Marine j
THE DAILY NE\YR.
PAGE TUHFE
��' AcPri" on thn North Arm of tho
at New Westminster,: p.  o.   Box 634
Fraser R^er
B; C'     11(,r,,,v  given thai I  the
��  B. Mercer, of the City of
���     U. C, Contractor,
,���,, to 111.   Excellency th
- ouncUl  for the  approval
1,1     ,,,,.,;,:,:   It.   for Lhe construction
b * _ ���K,rinc slip situate on,
,������ Lulu Island on the
,   Fraser River, have
,1,.    Honorable    the
Works at Ottawa,
mJr��V*GN GROWERS URGE
Merchant Tailor
ELEVATOR AT COAST
New  Westminster.
Suits   made   to   order.     Perfect   tl
guaranteed.    Prices  reasonable,   rjl. tb
of  the   best quality.
Begbie Street.
Opposite Windsor  Hotel
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.' salvation army
  MUSICIANS COMING
���r|tl.h Colum.ia Coast Lin.
Service.
TIME TABLE
Calgary Conference Decides
Government to
Kuild Terminal Elevator.
Major and  Mrs.    Plan .    the    well
I known Sal vat loi   Armj musicians, will
be In the   city   on    Wednesday   and
VANC VICTORIA   SEATTLE  Thursday next.    On the first night he
���:���   '
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jjepo
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wharf and    slip    way
I,, construct on land
���ynopiii     of    Canaoiau     i\lortr,-We��t
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
Sew Westminster Dis-1 minion  lands in  Manitoba, Saskatch-
,  a description of|ewan and Alberta, excepting g and 2U
[ilans ui
,,;, er, lying north of -and
tf-oU     '" <"' lot "A" of l0t
7, groui
(|   crlbed by metes uot reserved, may be homesteaded by
have also deposited a**1* Person who ls the sole head of a
In Uie office    of! fu,llil>'- ot any male over 18 year, ol
Deeds   for  the  Bald  age' t0 the extent or one-quarter sec-
Westminster, in which'"011 oI 10�� acre&. more or 'ess.
,,-i  Is proposed to    !>o!     Application   for   entry     must    oe
��� cordance  with   the made  in Per80D  ��y  the applicant ai | l"s,l|";i"'
Section    7    of    the!* Do��-inIon Lands Agency   or   sub-,
The western move-
ii eouferei.ee    concluded
 moon by adopt-
'""    " resolutions:
''���       ���  .;   ,1
111 :. .
eh .I, ���
which   \
'   in    order   to  f aci 11-
'"mu of u terminal
.'ilie coast, through
.ui be profltablj
ROUTE.
iti ve January   13.
-   Victoria leaver  \an-
in.,  going  direct  to Se-
iscept  Monday.
Royal leaves Vancou-
iii   for Victoria daily, ex-
.
Charlotte leaves Vau-
,.  in. daily for Victoria.
'WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
i     '"'s-   ��� adi r will leave VictorLa for
j New  \ ���  tminstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New  Westminster on  Wed*
S.S
com, .
Ittli
��� v    :,
cept  \
S. S
couvei
will speak at the citadel on ' now I
Was Shipwrecked on Hie Coast of Norway," and on Thursdaj "Round the
World in a Chariot of Music ami
Song "
Major Plant is a world wide traveller
and has a marvellous arraj of musical
Instruments, whirl) has given him
fame as the "Musical Major."
LAW  AGAINST ALIENS
IN   JAPAN   MUST   GO
|bc i>"
mil i">'
:       i     "'   ''���**
hi
District
eisl
hi :
'       :"'   " elk.-is of the world,!
I ection of!
j a  '���-���"""i.i. ttoi   at once  by    th.
Domini ,. ���,,���,
| shall  ��� e o\\
j troll. '
FN
i I.ii
of    the
Protection   Act,"
fi c, moo,
��� vv  \\ estminstei.   B,  <!.,
lanua ;    V D  1909
'    vIERCER
as po
Dominio
i lie requi sl
tor ai  lhe i
-.iii.i
agency for the district in which the
iand is situate, Entry by prosy may,
However, be made at an agency ou
���enain conditions b* the father, moth-
ar, son, daughter, brother or sister of deli
in Intending homesteader. the   woi
The homesteader is rejulred to pei    maj  i���
form the homestead duties under oue   1909.    Anj   i
if the  following plans- ,���. ,,���,,,, lhl.
IU    At least six months' residence    ��� nmen
ipon   and   cultivation  ol   the land   in
-ach  year  for  three years,
i.i    a Homesteader may, if he go
���  of closing, j tsslres, perform the    required   re
.    -i  rule, be-'fence   duties   by   living  on    farming
.  despatch.    All mails,   ,anil owned   solely   bv   bim.   not less
stated, are despatch-   than eighty  (80)  acres  in extent, ln
.ly except Sunday,  the  vi, inity of his homestead    Jolni
ie only i        dispatched    and    re-1 iwnership in land will not  meel this
,. , .- he C. P. K. .south j 'equiremi nt.
1 c. t mails, not Including     <:;)    If the father (or mother, if thn
Sapperton,   Fraser  father Is deceased! of a homesteadet
: aas permanent residence on  farming
s Despatched. ��nd  owned  solely  by  him,  not lej?
ed ai    even o'clock   '���'"" eighty (80)  acres tn extent, in
Mail Service
Pi lowini ' -  hours of despi tch
nails ai the New West-
i.ii ter i e, thi   hour given iu
bj
aid elevator
operated    and    con-
government,  and    iliis
1 in to the governing :i reply as soon
further, In case the
anient refuse to grant
i terminal eleva-
. after i ��� asonable
-   '    I', K. to undertake
tha    i.n   elevator
ndh   the crop    of
���    ���   . eti ,1  shall
control of the gov
uo ��� v ,.  be  taken
ne da
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11   p.m.   1st,   10th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports;  10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Alien set,
Quatsluu, t'ape Scott aud way ports.
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8- Joan
Tokj*o, Feb. 5. Several Japanes.
a, wspapers today, bi llevi I Indli tatlve
of government and official feeling, arc
rejoicing at the pro -p. cl that nex:
year will witness the termination ol
all commercial i reatle between Japan
and other nation i They declare thai
the empire will welcome the tlm ���
when the presenl facts are abrogated
and the nation be enabled to negotiate
treaties thai shall not he hampered
bj  anj   unequal i ngagomi nts,
li   is  Intimated   that   the  antl-nll. ti
VALENTINES
At MOREY'S
Fine Assortment of
VALENTINE
POST CARDS
Sentimental and Comic.
AT Morey's
lllli BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
QOOKSLETS
: Pict
ure
' carrj  this n  i   rem im,. effect  until an am wei I      ceiv.-d   rum bhe gov-
"Resolved .1     I , is  grain
ac     ii     ,i am. n 1. I   lu   it    applli ation I
to Al
Leavee  Vancouver 1:30  p-m. dally, I land-owning    law     of   Japan will In
except  Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at abolished to pave the waj   for bett.
1 a. m. accord  with the  i nited State
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.  -~
Princess May leaves    Vancouvei-    Jan,1   England   Expects   Japan U.   S.   War.
12th and 26th. 	
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE. New   Yuri,.    1', u    5     John    Joseph
S.S.  Beatrice  leaves Vancouver Jan.5,   Conwaj*, the London  magazine writer,
19th: Feb. 2nd. who arrived her.   today, declared  that
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves Vancouver   Kngland  expects  a  war    between  the
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE   FAIR," Columbia   Street.
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP  RIVER.
a ib  : ,;i     i     a itnb i-   Beaver���
I   . gram      From   New
: States and Japan
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Wi   'n. ii-I.-:-   Mondaj
\   ncouvei     v a   !'" ' ' ''   homestead, or up-
,    toria i ���..-������ ������: Wed-'"  a '        d entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
.lerform his own residence duties by
Urlng with the father  (or mother).
(4) Tho term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
.leaning not more tlwm nine miles in
i direct line, exclusive of the width
if road , owi noes ci --������ i in '.he
measurement
t,",)    A  homesteadei   Intending    to
lence     ities   in  ac
sordance with the above while living
vith parents or on farming land own-
1   by  himself must notify tbe agent
r the district ol bucIi intention.
���    via B   C. Elec-
. '.', Inc , ling all I ,
: south, and points
tmlnster nnd Hunt-
C   !'. R, south.
ne and    Seattle,    in-
i ,   Ints - ai ��� and bi ul
i ecu New "Wes' mill
via O. X. It.
��� ��� and distric! i'.'1'i-
C( utre, Elgin, Aliu-
:,    Prairie)    Hazel-1
,
enabled     i g,    liis in    the
sanii ..v.       '      i a i d
forms and that railways be
o       d to k .. uoks  toi
lh of rea eir    re-
.p.. iis  for  , ins  in  aci oidanc.   th.
wiih. an : :n thi   ��� i- nl ol    I
n ad (
pa     a ii: aft  agi*. em. at to ered
.     ei, tie   inter'      : :.   I this
dral ,.,.-;,,.. ���
ic ch. ��� lul..- i wo
"That this meeting i ��� con nen i i"
mi iu ol the i'.'iniiii.iii 'il
Cam i.i and the governments ..f ihe
provinces o Ub, ta an I Bi Itlsh Colum i that there shall be a grain In-
spectoi nt Mberta and British r"-
��� a ������  Un, wh  Igi    end
othei    Wednesday and i i  I      it S a m.
From Cbllllwa     ': i sday, Thurs lay
and Saturday a: 7 a m.
'-.
and   'nrormsfloi,
ex-
in     liallilliii.
.'���i.
grading
. Hall's Pralri.   and;    Sjx month8. noti(,e |n wrlting must
I1 u : daily excepi S in-
Monday,      'm sday
1 turday;    Tynehead
I.i    -
|i,
11
I, w. dnesday .and Sat-
ills are all received
���lied.
iver, Victoria and'
li. C. Electric rail-
rawl erry  HI I,    T in-
'. V ���  tn In ter,   by
and Friday).
B irnaby, by courier
D I'qultlam, by i ourler.
r.   Port    Gulcaon,
an 1  Sunbury,    daily
ie given to the Commissioner of Do-
iiiiuoti Lands al Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of th" Interior
"Water Clauses -Consolidation
Act 1807 and Amending
Acts."
Vancouver  Power  Co.. Ltd.
���   iced   in  iln-se    pi*o\ iii' ��� -
and thi :        hav    i harge of all deputj
��� ���null,mu   til    / rcivtni ea.
"Thai I ��� convention Is ol the
opinion thai it is very desirable and
in the im- i, sts -ii iii.- : .' mere and
every n i In 1 his pi o\ Ince tb it
���\.. i,.mi, Uberta should he Identified r
with all oats and barley as well as
Int. r ti hi at.
"Win rea a ���'��� ;v have In < n tak. n I
For   reservations
a If or address
F.O, QOTlXET,
Agent, New Westminstei
C. B, FOSTER,
��� -ft.  Gen.  Piss   Agfnt, Vancouver
.). W. TROUP,
.'lecei'dl Siippr'vtpririert. Victoria
Thursday, Feb. 11
COULD  YOU   SPEND A  MILLION  IN
A  YEAR ?
[The   Cohan   &   Harris   Comedians  Pre
���      sent Frederick Thompson's Massive  Stupendous  Production.
[The  Supreme   New  York,  London   and
Chicago Comedy  Success.
Trains & Steamers BREWSTER'S MILLIONS
Leave     V w    Westminst. r     S :20,
11:20, 15:20, 17Mi' and 22,
Arrive at New Westminster  10:17,
12:23,  16.27, Ivi" and 21
JREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N.W. 9:15 a i,i.:    r. Si attle I p.m
I-v. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. X. W, 12:in a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:10
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar, N. W. 9:56
N. V. 6:20
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.
a.m.
G. N. R.���1'ORT GTJICHON.
No. 397   leaves   New Westminstei
ept s
ii:  :
Woodward,   Tuesday,
iturday, via BteamerjNot|ce of App|ic;,tion for Further Cer-
iroortto, Capt. J. C. Bruce.   (Steves- tificateofApprov.it.
i mail j,  patched and received   via
I
10
i .uie. Uver    and
Piper     Notice is hereby given supplement
\. R. north? ary to the notice of the 24th day ol
���"""  '���' ���: and Burnaby lake, I December, 1908, that, in\o weeks aftei
railway.   Saturday date application will be made   when
:s despatched to   Vic- application Is made In pursuance   to
iver at this, hour the notice of lhe said 24th day ol De
tie, including all U. .ember, 1908, ror a turthei certificate
outh, via Q, N. R. of approval (to be Included In the one
!certificate ol approval)  of Us turthei
P. i:. east, Sapperton, undertaking In the matter of the con
Coquitlam : Btruction and operation ot a single oi
double   ti ich  tramway   from a  point
at or near the New Westminster June
:""""'   ln Ition of the Canadian  Pacific rallwaj
""""''' v'a (i- *N* R ; when, the branch line to the City ol
New Westminster branches off to the
1.1 City of New  Westminister to a polnl
i at or near tbe southerly end of Lake
3.50  p.m., arrive Gulchon 0 p.m. Fridays;   also connections by 10:10 a.m,
various Inter. s's to Inaugurate n sj -- i
v.,i ,,i wi  i' rn shipments of grain, it;
I  thai   inl. conference    en   Mce] ( ^
dors.    In   id' i  v    hipping  grain  to  (. |S ^huf8day
"'- " ��� ;  ;i     world by way of     lq^ Qulchon 6.30 a.m.,arrive New
the Pacifii  cpa t." Westminster 8:45  Fridays; also con-
A  peiin.nieiii  committee   was    ap-Lectlons bv 2 p.m    except    Quichon
pointed to ci  rj  Into effect  iho reso- Tuosday auJ c a ���,  Thursday.
l an   "' take su.-h action
lutlons                                           Jl,,J!1 Lv. N. W. 0:20 a.m., 3 p.m., ami '*).65
along   lie          ' !'    ''   "!!V be deem p.m. for Vancouver.
ed  ii"                '    ' 'nsl9ts  ,r ''""'""'Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m,  and
Harrou      I ���-< ���  minister of agrlcul- ,,.,,, ]M1)   fnr Westminster.
tm,e,   ,     ,   Kiviin,   socretnry    United b. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Fanin   i ol   Alberta;  C,  W.   Rowley, Leave New'Westminster B:60, 6:20,
nking  Interests;   L,  P r.r,0| 7:2o and S a.m., and every half
Bl
Eleviit'
i u* ���
of th ��� Alberta Pacific t.,n)r thereafter till 11 p.m.
my;   J,  F, Bills,  track     *_y, Vancouver lor Westminster at
in(- j   ii   Wv.lf<.nl.   Cardston r:"0,  6:50,  7:20 and   half hourly  till
11:80 pro.
Flyer '
| l|
���   Received.
:
3wl."
13:00 to
1 " day and Friday).
���'    in    V'ancouve
I1""' Victoria,
i.ei
;��� I'"'    Burquitlam, by courier,
and    (except
Coquitlam,  with  the   necessary
side
via B. (.'. Blec-|tracka and turnouts aud branches tor
the passage of cars, teams, carriage
J"'1     Ulalne  and  Seattle,    lu-
!";,"'       ��� S. points; also an points
'. iu ,.
^0 i, m
la 0. M, R
01,.��        1!  ""   a-m.- Ladner.   Port
If Tt,' WeStham l8land and  (Tues-
;.,- and Saturday)   Wood-
""'' Favourite. (Stftves-
iob^"1   '��� l '""1 received via Van-
">���- -C   P.   R.   east,
ra "'' Mills and    Coqult-
,-iiHl  other vehicles    adapted    to    the
same and to build bridges and exerda
any of the powers as set forth In
Bumaby, by courier.'     '   9fl (ll- lAa Waler clauses C
:""n"'' ���',1'1 Victoria,Latlon  Acti  l897i wlt_  amongst   "'
'other powers tha pow>'' *"
ter  and  carry    passengers    and   i
minerals and freight upon the i
way by the force or power ot .m"11^"
or such steam, electric, water or ott r
Company ma>
WH��N YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Le_f Label)
Il the fceet -ahw, beea_se tl _ pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
TOerton
jam.
1:��0 p.m
motive   power  ;is   the
deem expedient
the
fully
1
And upon such application  '
usual ,and  necessary powers
i and  effectually  carry  out    the
ancouver, Central Park pr0po_ed  further undertaking ��"'
applied for. ,,
���:���'.   '���!>.       n...tr,i ni the c-itv of V.
1 - and New Westmin.
n- south;  also Fra-^r
i'"'"-'' and point] be
Dated at the City of Vancouve
the Province of British Col
25th day of January. -1
ill  nay  oi  .iinu-i),    ��� * -q
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. '
it. ir. Sperling ������"      '
'���) !*'���*���. ?*������-"-'���������
Young People,    Attention !
Vou   can  receive  Instruction In night classes at
Columbian College
in ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITIfiG, COMMERCIAL, LAW. PENMANSHIP,
All  or any  part  of  the above Tuesday  and  Thursday  evenings
from 7 to 9.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
!,':.���.:���;;.������:;>������::;:.���.���.;;:.���.:;;:...:;;::;���:.���*:.,.���;;������ :;*v-��--"i;--*-*^**:���*J��:-��-^?-:--��-*-':i:-��-^5C--��-^i-:-��-'H"���*���--��---���-���' ���----������----*--*"-*-a--��--:C;-��-;;^
A dramatization of Wlnchell Smith
and I'.- ron Ongley of George Barr Mc-
Cutcheon's famous novel.
Wiih all It   wealth of scenic effect
exactlj as witnessed an entire year In
l Chicago, showing    i
wonde ful realistic yacht scene.
Brightest, wittiest, smartest comedj
. :'   ..in years.   Teeming with origin
parkling with satire.
Splendid Cast  Headed by
ROBERT   OBER.
M��M"M'-M- *********
I
uffl " 'phone 18b.     nam 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Bags  ge   deiivero,!   promptij
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
notice that D. J. McQui   . i
New Westminster,    ii. C., occupation,
railway  manager, Intends   *
ii  mission to purchase  tl ���
i'ii ���   lesci lb. .1 lands in
Kew Westm*ji iter:
Con '   mi-.-   at a posi  pl: nti 1   i..i ��� llli'1 ���    1      en: Qer   Oi      lOl 1 10,
I   11 ���   ,,oBt to northwest corm    oi lo!
���      OUth  "i        ,  ;.\v    -   - v: i
'97, thence southerlj. w�� ti
.md norherly to point   of commenci ���
ii' nt,   containing   mo ai n     	
DANIEL JOHN McQUARRIB,
Per JOHN F. BAOOS,
Agei ���
Hated  li-ember 19th, 190S.
LAND ACT.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUTWORK satisfies
IIL'R PRICES ARE Rlliill
Hales on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application,
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
a .."��.'..'..I..*.,'.."..*.  .J..?..?..J-.'.-]   .].-%-'..!.
New Westminster Land District,
District  of  Sayward.
Tak,.  notice  that   I.  C.  W.   P
rn   Vancouver, occupation  ta i ������
to apply for permls don to   p
chase the following described lai I
Coram, nclng at  a post  plant.
' ih-   north shore of south Twin
thence  following the shore    ��� . I rl;
south, i ly,    westerly,     northerlj
easterly back to point of   comnx
*   ment, taking in  the  whole i.-lan
talnhif
Dut.
  acres more or less.
C   W. PRESTON
Feb. 2nd. 1909.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,   Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock,
SEEDS for the spring trade
from the best growers in England, Franc-*, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
w.il as those which can be successfully grown In B. (3,
Kxtra choice lot of f.uit trees
and small fruits, strictly homo
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental In all leading
varieties suitable for planting
In B. C. All the best, make or
spray pumps.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT,
WARNING TO PURCHASER?
Ev.  s assignment of the
South  African   Voluteer entitle.
land grant  must    be by waj   ol  spot of a substitute-and m :  I  I
In -! ��� form provided by the Act.
9]    ;.,.. attention is called to
.- ion        Sei tion E of the Vo   ��� t.  ���
Act,  1908, which provide- 11
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of g    _b-
stitute shall be accepted or recognized
' by  the   Deportment,    of  the   Iaterior
which is not executed and dated after
: the date of the warrant for the land
: grant Issued by the Minister of Militia
' and*Defence in favor of the volunti ��� *.
J, W. ORBBNWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Land9, Ottawa.
icjotieccei
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
When s.nding for friends in ibe old
country   by buying    tickets    at    this
office you will save money nn) p' ���
delay.
���'ruiiid Empress sails from   St.
John  Feb   12 and 26.    Call  for    par-
ticula
ED. COFLBT.
Agent.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY. FE.Rtj
ARY 6
'GET THE HABIT"
the daily news~i| LEPEH FR1GBTENS PUPILb   I
OF UIS AN0EI1S SkHUUL DISHES
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION.
Published by the Dally News Publishing  Company,   Limited,   at   theli
offices,   corner  ot    Sixth    and    Front j     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Streets,   Neva   Westminster,   B.   C. Samuel     Berniek,     Victim,     Dispenses
Candy  to  High   School  Children
During   Last Year.
E. A.   Paige Managing   Director
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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6.   1909.
GRAIN  SHIPMENTS.
The resolutions passed al the grain
conference al Calgary are more hopeful than usuallj result trom such conventions
Simultaneously with the passage ol
a resolution  requesting the Dominion
Los Ang'e 3, Feb. "��� . bad scare
at the Los Angeles high seh.ml has resulted from ih,- arrest and detention
���ii iii,- countj hospital of a leper,
Samuel    Bemlck,   a  Russian    candy
\o ii     is hereby given thai tii i part-'
-ership heretofore    existing, between,
; ���,.   the undersigned Harriet C. Moore
foi   everyone.    DInn r   sets    to     '
suit your pocket took.    For    a and    Lucy H. CwnpbeU,    trading   as
i.u days we offer a gold traced  Moore -   ('am;.bell, milliners, in  the
cltv of New Westminster, province of
i , Columbia,  has  been dissolved
I i,i mutual consent as of the 1st day of
1 pe    ...,;,    i.v.'.i.   The business hereto-
green "Malvern" 97-pIece dln-
nei sei for only $] i.;.-,; an{] :i
Myctisa gre n 97-piece Bet for
$8.75. These are splen lid values,
Special todaj: One-lb. i ox Choc
our Spring Suit
olates for only
The  Pair
240 Columbia Street.
"The  Big  Store."
THE HOME PAPER
Is   the   Paper  Thai   Prints   All
Of
U'lllllU'.
l'or a year or mine liernlck has been
stationed near the school, dispensing
candy  to the children and    pas'sersbj-N
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       j 011  the sti'.el      The ilis,a-e  is  .-aid     I
government  to build an elevator   a. :,U(, ,varlK,il ,in .ulvauct,a .iagt,   It
the Paclttc coasi comes the announce |a m��� |vm,wn whether the contagion of
lenl  ef  the  first  shipment of    grain the dreaded malady mis been spiv. I
h, .\ie\ic> tYoin here ami the encour- or   not,  but   much   anxiety  has   been
aging statement of Mr, Worsnop that manifested  among  the  children  who
the city contains all the desirable tea have been accustomed to buy candy
Hires of an ocean terminal tor grain, dally at bis stand
Wanting only .-.n elevator to complete     The ctt*, h   ��lth offl ers pica
.he work. the  ens,,  nne  of  uudoubti I     li    osy. j
We   have   now  definite   Information ii, rnlck's hi me was fumigated and he Of     the     \io\w."     News
if ih- Fruiiiiii ; dredge, which will be will be confln   i to the hospital, -.,       D ,.      N
.��� ���   ,' ork  before  i<ie grain b. gins    i"
move   westward   In   any   volume,   and ; CENTRAL PARK LIBERALS 10c   a    Week.
we cordially  welcome a  proposal    to ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR
liscuss ibis matter again when Mr, J.   I t*?���1"" ������-
v Cunningham returns from Calgary,      A   most  enthusiastic  meeting    was,
.ii re  b"   has  ably  represented    thi held   bj   the   Liberal club of  Central
vi>'s  Interests, with  the  brokers  in , ,,,,.,.   Thursda>   evening  for  the  pur-
en  led.   The Board of Trade Bhould .    , _, ,   ,. I
.  , ,      i pose ,,t  electing  officers and  discuss-I
lose nn time obtaining the remoi al ol
the discriminating rates againsl \v, it ln8  Plans  f"r organization     The foi ;
minster from Albertan centres. i lowing officers were Installed  for thi i
We think the only solution of the coming     year:      President,    Thomas
question of an elevator on the north 1 Mayu.       vice-presldi   '   H   Williams
side  of   iii n   river   would be   bj   thi secretary-treti u ei      Wai.,!     George
formation of a company composed of alU' ;ra executivi  co I    E thi   I
ihe leading    merchants,    who   would lowing m tubers:    A   K   Farquhars n
thereby be directly interest,.a    |n   it--��� William  Georgi     Dr.   Bingey,   Joseph
.ontlnuance, und it would not be many Bowman :   I W. H   Ladner
months before the scheme would be on and T. 1 I   ���  i   ib intends hold-
a paying basis ing a . ,.   .    .,   entertainments
We kn,,w '     v    ri, ue,. that eleva . when sev-
tors under rallwaj control leave much era*  ,.,; , wil be given
io be desired,    Meanwhile  ih..  ri iire- ] .       the Liberal
ontative citizens must    busy    them-
elves   in  sec.in-  the  grnin   business ���	
omlng   here.    In a  few years    Pori
Arthur grew from a vlllaj    I hriv-
ing Industrial city bj    '    pi     n     ���  I\	
��� levators.
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Hon-a  Pacer.
fore carried on by the said Moore _
I , i.ii will now be carried on bj
the -'id Harriet G. Moore, and al' i
debts owing io the said partnership
are to be paid to the said Harriet 0-
Moore, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
.,:,! Harriet G. Moore by whom the
1 ,-aine Will be settled.
Dated this 3rd day of February, A.D.
L909   at New Westminster, B, C.
HARRIET G. MOORE
"* LUCY H. CAMPBELL.
I    Witness:    B. Blair.
One rn" our   handsome
Suits win '
what -.uu wan
you.
     Sl'ting
"le  world   to
-now iboui
lf v"" ll;^' about a
pearance, you . ,,,
habit of comtii
111���:livs.
'������������ the
Wi    ,\did   the  i
clothing,  bei..
J '"i  an 1 It's
oi
bad
The spring styles are
conservative and at
tractive.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Westminster, B C
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
INDUSTRIAL  INSPECTION.
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Of new (',,,
checks,    Tb
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GOOI) CLOTHES
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CHOICE BEEF
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Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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icific Meat Market
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Phone 192
McMENEHY 8 ANDERSON       Colurribial
Scene  from   "Brewster's   Millions.'
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American-Made  Shoes Pg
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A car will leave Vancouver o
at 12 o'clock (midnight), Satun
February G, for the accomoda
of Westminster people who I
wish to attend the Vancouver
Opera House to witness the performance of "Ben-Hur."
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Sj THE CROSS SHOP] is undoubtedly the best shoe S
^ that money can buy. They are perfect fitters. We pi
tj1 have many of the New Spring Styles--Patent Colt, $
r�� \ ici Kid, Gun Metals and all the popular leathers. Oi
���   fg We sell more CROSS SHOES than any.other make ��
m i��� i
tS I Economical Savings in Trunks am
fi\ I Traveling Bags
UM   ���       Wi can     v  you monej If you want to buj a
yQ   9  'A'" tb. ,  ���  and 'e.-t assorted
:��� " v   to suit everj  purse.
Extra Coot
! Value tor $3.50
,
.������ inch   ie-. ro n
.... ring.
clasp    on    loi
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30 and 32-inch Roa,   I and Flat- Top Trunks V
m
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t$ we handle.   Price per pair,
���ori'iuee of which cannot be . xagger-  ��Vl
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. ne i,  r��. u       ^^
rights.
TELEGRAPH COMPANIES
UNDER  THE COMMISSIO
An i   lor In council
ug ���      ���       force
i ;..        Rallwa. act, which
undi ���  j^j|
way i _m._ls-.on   PTJ
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JOHNSTONS Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New We-tminster, B. C.
���HE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B C.
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ich
re well made, heav   tin covering thro
be " ini'is; traj and good size I hai
a io 50 trunk;  special value tor	
36-inch Round Top Only $5
tin cover with strons oak binding;
I
m
VlilUt'
size.   Think of it  a HO inch trunk fo
36-inch Steamer Trunks From $3 to $12
od      ' ng  strap suppo Is; .(-HI
--     i -i,  ��� ��� i      ��� i , *3-_fl to ���'���J
           !l -'nl  Without tray;   a large rani*'
32-inch Flat-Top Trunks $8
i trimmings extra atronglj built with strap
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34 and 36-inch Flat- Top Trunks for $U rfj
��� ni':-  will  stand th.   '
' - -.;: Ingf           ,     ���         "            ' ,,!"'" $13,t��
eatheral applng; �� 11 worth ': 'ZA
THE WARDROBl
CLOTHE
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P-l   B 2C9-211 COLUMBIA  ST. SATURDAY. FESRUARY  6.  1909.
THE   DA1L
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Waists foi less Than
Half Price
Regular 55.00 and $6.00 Waists for $2.50.
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$1.25 Corsets for 25c.
; Read these  items and act
quickly.
." . .". Dress Muslins
(Sec   Window i
Whire Sheeting for.
20c yd
25c yd
Big Curtain Speda
��� ���-   : et  and square Mesh Scrim curtains w
in I ' ruipui ���  Insertioi . nd i'a *la On -
it ha they are the verj  latest In curtains $6-61
$3..0:   $4-5(   for  ��''Q5
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Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
I-.-... I,,. 1 om, ^ hoi, W heats
i ;,!��.      \\ heat 1 ��� Bread and ^astr^
��� Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatte, Etc.. ]'���-
������i    .'RDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
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il, to P      r X\ .'i ��� n.     on
UstoilM :
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An Eye-Opener in Flannelette Shirt Waists
5 and black !'��� ;?' 00  values an I
In .very way; quantitj liini;..!   On Bale at, each 25c
i'!i,  I..,.-,.In , .        . ral
ad of g. th.   ���       ...  oaratu
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Oovp, has, 1    day to the 1. O. O. F. 1 " ' ~*
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
I. .'i .1 I H
Inches for donu itle, mechanical and
Industrial pin. ��� ni an unm
a ream in Burnabj municipal 1 -.
Sanitarj  In i1 ctoi   Penrci   Is  I.
Ing clo !��� wiii li cn ;he   pigs   in   tin
city, in connccllou  ��lib the oulhi 1 al.
of hn:; . I10I11.1 reported up 1 Ivor    He
���1       called   In   look  at   a   SUBpnCI   CII IB
yesterday, bul an examination proved
the fvais of the owner wars ground
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t
Slater Shoes
See the new Spring
Styles in
The Premier"
a
Slater Shoe
Ask for them, insist on having
them, and take no others. Remember, there is nothing like
the genuine article.
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it   wharf a        ite bom  lu : ��� \ 1 ulu
w hi 11   :i   I..mill    Ol      'in ,1 1      ettlel'B   fl "'"
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I Ing  lh.   1 ont. nl -  of a large   '.">  ' Bl
iii    i 111     boai    II un,'im.   iti�� I'.dine    BtOI ll
and fm iiinii,, ' " route i"i ��� Ihilllwai ' .
w hei.   a fm in ha   bi 1 u ������- - ui ��� .1 |usi
oui  "i   the  V .' ���     Cltj     'i h.    fftnill)
Wen   tlaii'.   r H tiii rs    neni    I :" bi 11
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v.v   ��,r r 1111 Ing  In theli   m ������   homi
Owing  to ihi   time of ������' 11    in- ini
was sl    fl ���     on   be loui"      Im |m I
Ing  wall 1, ai ���: tn ich d'pi *   ��� '--
oxporien. ��� d in bin 1  1 old of lhe
II ��� 1 i 1; ���
B igai   Con party  lulls   r(1 rgsd
,-,. ...   ,,;,.i  ',  ii   im motion   of
ins so that no   mistakes   can|Un.t��d ;-'       1   1 a . tx ml
���fo 1  r, iy   feel      in      '    ��������� ' ''-'n'' < ,,i'''''' OoOfl
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fill p*re-c*rtptIorr3 for I to $250 .������.���.,,���,
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GROCERIES
It's Important
ilTo You
in tan youi prescription Bill tl
accui ' an 1 honestly We
make a pedal departm. nt ol
this branch of our btutMM, an 1
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1 "���" B, two pel 25c
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ADAMS & DEANS.
I lore's a Toast
To the lri_t-fanc_ eotftpanies who pgy their Iossp?
Mptly anrl who insure your property for less
than others.
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DRUG   STORI
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'The Milwaukee"
These shoes for sale anly by
T"   -i   r " T.'
!"-fh.   Pioneer  Limited,"    St.   Paul   to
I  hi-.    Whifo    Pa?. Chicago, "Short   Line."   Omaha     to
+ I UC    ff 1UIC   1  a-DJ Chicago,    "South     West     Limited"
9      �������-.    V__L___i     ftJL_nfji Kansas City  to Chicago.
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n, ;,. itowi'.', Qenaral Age
All the eomp-tmes I represent are reliable Canadian companieai with en
�����)ahle reputations for the prompt pay
men* of losses, and they charge less
fnr good risk? than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you wlll be convinced that
I   CAN   -SAVE  VOU   MONEY.
ALFRED   W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
For inform.itinn  appl.  to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,f. H. ROGERS, Trattlc Manager. I'll Third St, cor   Aider Portland, Or.
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TSE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBROARy 6
���a-'-Ogi
���a _-������*
A   CAIUBUN   A
CMttMl
PACIFIC ���
RAILWAY'COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train  for Agasslz at 5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservation'* made tor first class
sleepers, tourist and Bteamer cabins.
Tbe Edison Theatre I   THE STAGE
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
. Dined-,
High Cias3 Moving Pictures, .lllus
trated Songs. Program changed Mou
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special  Matinee    tor    Ladies
Children Saturday afternoon at 't
and j
;80.   I
Brewster's   Millions
The  brilliant    New  York
'success "Brewster's Millions" mu ap^
1 pear at the Opera House ou Thursday
night.   This splendid attraction come.
| with a   record  of  almost  a year  qa
Broadway, where it received the glow
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   '   OF P. HALL.
Eighth and  Agnej  Streets.
ug tribute
The story
A 4S3.
P.  0.
For furth,-
tmns apply
particulars ana reservu-
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oenl. Pass.  Agt.   Vanrouv-M*.
Telephone 54.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
'I
Columbia   and   Mcinness   Streets
H-tU-l -l.rhing.lO to 12; afternoon.
2:30 to a; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admi=>-
sion 10c,  skates  25c.    On   Saturdays
of the  metropolitan  press. J10 ,0 12'( school children    under    12
tells of Montgomery Brew- wll, bo furnished skates for 10c.   Com-
Ister who is compelled to spend in one! nuuation Uckets now on sale.   'Phone
���  year a million dollars that his grand
father has left him, and present him
Box 665; sc.ii penniless before he can receive the
' seven millions, his uncle has bequeathed   him.     Starring     would-be     prima
donnas, betting on horses that    were
Looked   to lose,   depositing money   in
bank;- on   the  verge  of  ruin,  buving,
.locks that were rapidly declining In Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
value, and betting wildly on any game! has this day deposited in the Land
of chance were a  few  of the  means | Registry  Office  in  the  City  of  New
NOTICE.
NOTICE  is  hereby given  that  the
: Granite ware :
lust .-d���Full and complete stock Granlteware, in all the very
n. ���   -*   le ligns, and at the low?��t   possible  prices.    Call   in  and   in-
,.e!;:   no trouble to -how  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
he adopted, and when the prma donna1 Westminster, British Columbia, thy,
proved a moneymaker, the slow! plan and boo!" Of reference of its
horse won. the declining stock- rose'Westmlnster-Chllliwack Railway fi'om
in value and all other bets won In- the town of Huntingdon to the City
stead of losing, thi young man became of Chilliwack, passing through the
desperate. The Cohan & Harris com-1 municipalities of Sumas and Chllli-
edians, headed  by Rebert  Ober, wlll wack and   the  town  of   Huntingdon
Interpret   the   splendid   comedy.
CHARGE OF WOUNDING
SENT UP FOR TRIAL
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
HARDMAN & CO.
" Sole Agents   ���
Nick Savilla. the Italian who at
tacked his foreman. Philip Macro!,
was committed yesterday In the city t
*������ lien court for trial on a charge of
unlawful wounding, The prosecutor
claimed he had been unable to distinguish his assailant in the darkness,  	
dvr'n? which knives were used,    and
though no direct evidence was adduced  P. O. Box  474
of the assault, it was decided to place
the prisoner on his trial    J. P, Hampton Hole defended.
iand the city of Chilliwack, being Bec-
; rons four ('i and five (5) of the said
j railway as shown on the sal.l pian
iand approved by the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the
I Province  of British   Columbia.
Dated   this    12th   day  of  January,
11909.
A. E. BECK,
i Solicitor  for  Vancouver  Power  Company, Limited.
NEW WELLINGTON
A !
CO
I,
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers <- Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
P. O. Box 345. Pho
1909.
NOTICE.
NOTlcE i.i l, ,.,,.,    ,
I   ,���     , ���-���-., :a ,,
; plication will be made h ��� a"'
I ver Westniimt,, .., :   ..    ��jj��_
, Company to the Parliament 77
jada at its nexl u"-
extend the tim,   , J*.
construction of v. ��� ,, l��
;thoriz,d  by Chap, ��� ljfth;^
uteS of Canada, G  Edvs:
va,
ne 105.   11 betwe
' , ruunii
as follows: ' 5eln8
(a)    From a poin
an Anderson la
CKoice  Hams   18c
main HM
""ii lake
r ""-��� un t na.
Llllooet River and Ha     on Uke
tinning along or
| international boun I
the  town of Hunt!
an-
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eight- St. ��n0    Fifth AvemJ*
PHONE -70.       I'',-''
BOWELL 4 ODD". Proprietor*.
j. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
' --at at or
" main lig-
������     Wilio,
'' Ba-.
'��� 11 I.e.
n
i   .   ,..-
to Ten
' thn Yd-
��� ih-   most
Tel. 53.
Res.  429
WIRELESS FREAK.
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
A.   HARDMAN. A.  JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN. %
������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^-���������������������������������������������������������������������������^
ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
Message  Taken  at  Victoria  from  Dis- |
tance of 700  Miles.
Victoria Feb. 5���Owing    to    -ome |
peculiar condition  of   the atmosphere]
ibis morning the local wireless station 1
was able to communicate with    San
Francisco  after daylight,  a  condition
which  bad not  obtained    before.    Ai
night Gonzales lii'-l can hear as far as
seven  or  elghi   hundred  miles   when
ihe conditions are right, bul usually
In the day time about two hundred
mlle.s or less Is the limit.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engine*;
l1;; to 25 li p., 2 and 4 cycle. Bes'
value on the market. Ensrlne? kept in
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster:
"LAND SAKES!
I never knew you bad
goods here."   This is what peopli
who come for the  fir-;  time and    ���
o      ::.,u' ns ���   tock and the greai  va-
we  carry      An I  when  we
..    i: : rlc<    the.   ay: "1 am  o
i   Ud not  know you were hi ri   '   tore
furnished my house."   DON'T  .00
BE SORRY, but come to get all kinds
of- Mods at
Speck & CrandelTs.
When    - : want any kind of repair-
Ing   d< :.     such   a<   guns,   umb ���
typewriters or any light automatic
I chlnery, go to
thence southeastei po,Btw(
���: Or near
��� I" the lv
vlnce of British Col
(b) From a polnl .   ,, ,
between Llllooet and Qu.  ,,.   mm
in  an   easterly dire,           ,    ^ ^
basin of Quesnel Ivi.
near Tete Jaune i
(c) From a point on
between  the  Cotton
rivers, running b
kerville;
(d) From a poln   .
iu  British Colum' ,,,
running eosterl
thence alontt the I
Jaune Cach.., thi
low Head  I'ass, thenc
convenient  route
Until thi  |3th d i _ H,
to ext.-nd  ibe  tii. e ��� ���   .,
putting the said bri ��w,
ation until the I Ith ijh i
and    authorizing .     .
Westminster and V*n . < -1
pany,  subject  to  tl on   .il
Sections 361, 362 and |
way Act of Canada ������    ,-,
sue. a stock ol  agreements  with rd W*|
mln iti i* Bound ai     i; n,;;
gation Compan)  I
poses specified In   :aid
! i ited a* Vam
of Dec. mber, 190S
MARTIN, CRAIG   B
14 5 G r a
B. C.
Solicitors f >r thi  V i     iver Wed
minster r-nd Yuk n ftallwav Ct
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man un  the Wheel.'
THE HOME P A P E*|
Is   ih..   Paper   Tl
the      Horn        i    -
The     Daily
10c   a    W
l_3^^e^3_ie^llE-__S_!_5!
a
The
Roast Beef of Old England'
>
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold bv
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
iPure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. SATURDAY_FEBRUARY
6.  1909.
THF HATIV N
\\
CHURCH
SERVICES
HIGH EXPRESS RATES'^
Winnipeg, Feb. "    "-*- *
#iWiiy commission the daily news
.,- this column must,   be
. ioncd to, this office by
��� b.    The omission of
rch  notice from  this column
no copy has been tjirned
or other responsible,
.:'
Sunday.  February  7.
N,.s AVENUE METHODIST--
H, Ba; rat-lough, B.A., pastor.
���   vv- at 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m.|
gun<laJ       . N ,  and  Bible  classes    at
Young people's day.   Morn-
\v. >raser,  D.D.,    First
urch.  Vancouver,   will
conduct    the
Before  the  Rai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ,-spap
yesterday  ibegan   their   fight  on    ex
press charges,    m.   e.   Nlcholls
���  ���  ��� ���  ���������������������������#jit ���!����������<����- j per
# lb., >
^      nil   ,
market
:  REPORT
. 00  io $1.50;   carrots,   ner
snips,   Tec:  turnips,   50c;
vile.-, per ton   $20.00
PAGE SEVEN
*  ���  ���  ���  ���
the ur-!   witness  In  ti," complain'  of  -'
���
,od  auction sab-  ai
Hi.
LAURIEH WOULD LASH
ALL Wirt BEATERS
Pres
the Manitoba  Fn e
Printing  company  and  Tribune  Pub-I sales
Ilshlng Co.,  respecting  rates "*=<������I but a
with some panic
Hon
In
________________________ -H
ows, and fair horse  ~B
a nttle  slow  starting,      1;.
  i barges!' iness  was   transacted   ,,
by express companies foi- th. was over, and fair call I j0hn>
nf newspaper-
said that   unl i
Mr. Nlcholls on oath
wiht the possible ex
ty  Court Chambers.
chamber.-   before    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Howay v. .-Ii liia.. :
,;r:::." ��o^|ft��"M*sto___.___
I ..iinl iff.
Transfer   vs.    Dougald
. menl    out.    Adam    s
W.   Norman  Bole.  K ('
.    ^^^^_    ceptlon which   was  slightly
~��UU/  ilm     ��� '    um"  wea*' -ly, bul Is expected
mer the statemi at 11   the newspapi ���   :"  red .
���   : ��� fnre  long.
4 :,' ...m
-.     .ill   CD
he pastor  Wil
OLIVET   BAPTIST��� Rev.    M.    L.
iRugg, D-D-i iastor-    Services 11 a.m.
,  ,    v. Sunday school at 2:"'0 p.
week    prayer -meeting  ou
i
S    o'clock.    Morning
Inhi  Itance";    ven
of Christ."    Thi
svill  ',,.��� followed    by
'������   ;..   ' '      Sap;,..]-.
companies as to weigh!  had been ta-       ' !i      'I'^'b   "t beef was good, with
prime stock.    The
,   and   mutton   were
short demand. Veal
'��� ���'    ��� ' ������ '   with a strong r<
- i ..   ive the call for
��""k A  lair offering of
fish wa il        ��� ���-. the sales
were qui. -
The    ' eggs was  fair, with
^^^^^^       I """ Chickens, on account
1,1 ' r sold n adilv,  while
Donald McMort   ' i ...,   .,,, .    '    ,
���     -' ��� ���    ��� though bet-
siipp ...   more plen-
���   ,if"l   lhan r    foi    I u'.-      Butter
held   al   i .
ken. Thai meant a big difference lo
the papi rs oi ei I he pr ��� ent n tjuli e
menl which occasioned many losses
through missing mails by reason of
the express companies' demand that
the papers be weighed on all occasions.
DECISION   MIGHT  REOPEN
SCHOOL QUESTION
ished in _ Brutal Way-
Liberal Majority, 42.
TRADES   COUNCILS   AID
Ottawa,  Fi b.
GOVERNMENT   OWNERSHIP   0f   tl),
Win Feb.   5.���Trades
Is   througout     tbe
��� si  night   decided
and   la-
prairie
tO    5111
VVinnipi g, i'
\l. i'   ul   ' v'.i  Parliament
i. quest  ol th    M inii t ba  Govi rnm i
has rendered      decision calculated to
have   a   wid     eff   |    in   the  hi
-i Uool gue ��� lim   il proi a        He
declares  that,  Qrst,  i ;i
authority    ���      nforce   the   ci mpul   u-j
!������ l.ition act, -��� cond   I hat the pi ivince
ii a ���   li gallj   In       ���   Catholic
!'���
���'
Inti ���
,   .
' ���
:
. le of the western grain-
;   government-ownership ol
..   , s   in  the prairie   pro
. the ground thai such action
ol the fai ii).'; - wa - entin
i tie line of one of the clauses
������   of the trad     i     gress
. ��� ���        v rnmenl ������.-. ner.
mliik utllitii
Th,    first
new  house of -
place shortly  before 6 o'i loi..
daj   afternoon,   Un
ing a majoritj  of 12,
It was on  the  motion  ol  Dr.  Reid
s it was a relic of the primitive man.
He fas, however, prepared to support the bill Insofar as H provided I, -
;.i.  lash for offences on women.
Mr.   Lewis   thought   a   brutal     man
should be punished iu a ..ruial way.
iir.   Northrup   thought   Mt     \ -l< .--
worth had acted as a special plead,
for  the  criminal ��� ad  n i bin; I i
for  the   victim,    He  would  have
the lash applied to i drunken bi u
a husband   who tailed   to -uppor,   hi>
wife.    He thought it  would  do more
good than s< nding him to jail io i.   u
six   mouths  iu  comparative luxury.
Sir Wilfrid  l.aniv '  :
l'or wife-beaten Hi iva against the
lash as ,i punishment for carrying
concealed weapons and robbery. Mr,
Bickerdike  agreed   to  amend  his
of Grenvil.e, who bad moved that ten-l       ai���n* ou-   ;ll��'-   clauses, and  II
ders should be op,���e,i ,��� , ,    , "'ls passed ,n committee by 71 io M.
ace of at least three of the nrin       'S"" "lfrid ann��unced  that  the bill
in   reference   to   the    boundarl
Manitoba was being prepared and thai
it would be submitted to the Man
Gov. rnment ln time to be consldi r, i
i* the present  session of iho legisla
thn    i.f the prin
cipal officers  ol .... tmi
cei ie il. Ii ndi lis being alii wed
preseni   In  p< rson or i hi   ... h
The government refused to a
iii.'iiiiii. contending that the ni n
laiinn-  adopted  wer, ________
tee ol supph
Mr. iingh iiiiihrii
an ai i to 'IBs ' fTi ct, th
dei'-        opened   bj   ihe   ministi
Good   progress   ��*,   _   made
:;,
:.   SBYTERIAN   CHURCH,
Kev. E   G, Thompson, M.
i'. lie worship, morning,
j. , ,, ning,    T    p.m.    Sabbath
���     class    2:30    p.m.
���   \V(diies,l.iy    evening      ^	
V.   P. S. C.  E.   Tue.-day  at jam! third, rliat  If the province- choose
v subji ci   "(mi' Work   to enforc ...  clau
C     pulso      3i       '  act   the Cath dies
���  the i Ighl   i.    appi al and   -o  thus
again open the -mat school question,
which tore asunder Manitoba and had j doz., 4."c. retai
Buch .   wide    Influence   in   Dominion lb., 35c to 40c;
politics   latei >: 00  to $8.50;
���  '
;-.'.'
.  ning   "Failure."
ARMY���Captain C, H.
Services    will    te
the   S.    A.    barracks
��� illows;    10 a.m., Suti-
i in .  Holiness;   3 and
I 'i   mei ting.    Lieut.
u will spea    In tne even-
ini ii tion '���' all.
I V    Rev, A. Shlldrlck,
. 'ommunlo. S a.m.. Mat-
���  ��� . song al 7 p.m.
HEFORMED EPI5CO-
::. Owen, rector. Ber
and 7 p m.   Holy Com- J
day iu the month af-
ervice.    Prayer meet'.r;
��� 7:30 p m.
���BYTERl VN CHURCH.
Taylor,  M A.,  Ph.
>i i dees a- ll a. m. and
school   *t  2:30 p.m.
WOULD  AID  MAN   WHO
fl GETS   ON   WHONG   TRAIN
T1'c offi pies wa   not equal *" nee of an official     On
'"tb" den   : ��� supply of     �� r      ���"' : ���'���      :11 : ������       ��� .     d  each of the
wgetables   and        n  rs       ached   the   '"'"    '���'- Passenger Ticket  act   wasiot.*n, ,..
market,     Pi  . ���,������     disposed   of  n ' ' l'"n- ,i"1'' il! th�� house yes-   to  rote     rh    rote    tood   ii
more  easily  i .-:-  markets.   '"  ] '    ������������'     ���-���'   to the ,   com      ou     I.   o h ,
A new featur.       a n |   r stall In  :;-:' '' I -, -      M>   i:.,   ���
the building ���'  I"     ��" con , ilwa    com       |, which amends tin   crim
Official  Quotations. ���    "" of    anoth ivldlng th<
Bei     hind b    Sc    to company   when   the   pa ienger   inad- (carrying    concealed
S^c, forequa I       ''_ 6V.c';  mut- vertently gets on th, rain,
ton, lie to 12 I lv veal '     |;   :|N"   haa   1"r ''* ��� ompul-
large, lie to li1.   medium, 8c to 9c;   ^" ���   acceptance    by    conductors    of
pork, v,v- in '.',���.  ��� __>.   wholesale, per mileage tickets In tead of compelling
JAPANESE SUES U. S.
FOR  CITIZEN'S  RIGHTS
.ci butter, retail, perj,llc passenger to exchange a mileage
chic!   ns,    per   doz.Jt'cket   for an ordinary ticket at  the
ducks, $12.00;
	
apples, j booking office.
  \M>.,-'1V
an aul        of i
wa*  robberj   and those who i
\\ Ith Intent  to ro i
Speaking as a pi Ivti ���   tin .���
Mr   Aylesworth,  minis er of    , i
declared  thai  he was opposed  t<
principal of punishnii nt   by the lash
Vorfolk, Va.. Feb. B The fedei il
government is confronted with a neW
phase of the Japanese question todj
as the result of Ne.nayo Besso, a
naval steward and a native of the
kingdom of the Mikado,  liming  filed
::::   to   I Oinp   i   thl    UnitySd   Slat, s   to
��� him to citizenship.   Besso bases
!us suit upon a special act of congress,
which  permits  aliens  to become clatter five years service In   the
i Stat, > navy
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME.
:W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The  Jeweler J
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COLUMBIA   STRitT,
Sole agent for the Longim-s and
NEW WESTMINSTER
Inmiltnn Watch  Movements.
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The Daily News, New^Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions;;.-)!!!. \rtvnrtisf.menls solicited for the above publications
P. O. Box 29
CHARLES   fi_.  SANDS, Agent
New Westminster
Phone A22
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MISSION���Pastor,     H.
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Easl Burnaby, Sun-
i o'clock;  jireaching
tn ;  young people's serin.;  Thursday,  prayer
p.m.    West  Burnaby,
at 2:30 and preaching j
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lenderson,    pastor.    Ser-i
and   7    p.m.    Sabbath]
"'     nd    Bible    class  2:30    p.m.!
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Ml dor.   Services at 11 a.m.
f':: ' I Class meeting at 10 a.m.
I at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
al s p.m.; prayer
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| E  Braden, of Columbian
ach.   Rev. Dr. Sipprell
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[SAPPERTON METHODIST -- Rev.
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'b league on Monday
meeting    Wednesday
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I'HODIST     CHAPEL���
"i Ween     Third     and
���'lass meeting at  10
The quarterly meet-
1' niiui'iii i-s Saturday    at
' Inulng over the    Sab-
of nervlceH  on  Sun 1 ty.
In a.m.   followed    by
1 am.   Servlci s al 7:30
H. Reynolds,   of    the
'���id. will have charge,
r'LL VISIT  PRINCE
RUPERT   IN   SPRING
���  B-���E,   .1.   Ohamher-
E' 'it  and  general  man-
0rand Trunk Pacific rail-
da ":'ln for Western Can-
,,",.    , Ike  a  trip   over   the
������mi.,,,';' "�� tructlon from Fort
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EVELY-FORD SALES
COMPANY
I
ot Toronto, are turning the Gordon goods into money like shots
from a Gatling gun.
Just as we expected���goods are being turned into money at a very lively pace here.   Like a
great magnet, our sale is drawing crowds from all sections of the country hereabout.   But
is it any wonder when
We are selling Up-to-date Goods at Wholesale Prices and under
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Buying goods at retail prices is like buying sugar for two cents a pound. We mean business
with this sale and are crowding prices down and goods out in a hurry. Goods have no set
value here now except what will sell them. We want to clean up quickly, and will cheerfully
take losses to raise the $10,000.00. Prices aro cut to a shadow. You'll find the greatest Quick Clearance Bargains of the year. There is splendid choosing from Dry Goods,
Millinerv and Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments and Furs. Remember, it is the EVELY-
FORD SALES COMPANY at
LET       YOUR       DOLLARS
LOUBLE   AT   THIS   ^ALE.
DRAW
Look for the large sign of EVELY-FORD SALES COMPANY
YOU HAD BETTER COME SOON
AND GET THE CREAM OF THE
BARGAINS.
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PAGE EIGHT
TH^  1>AILT  NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBR
UARV 6, 1909.
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LAWMAKERS BIT. AND
BEAT ONE ANOTHER
BE HOLD]ALWAYS.
Such a reduction in   prices f     Look on the bright       | j Czechs and Germans in Aus- \
for first-class groceries was X    sid,e fnd u?f 8'ood        |j    trian Parliament at Vieitra!I
u * 4-u    -i-  t     polishes. WE SELL     Xl
never before given to the cit- J     'pnFM
izens of New Westminster. ���  \	
The prices given below are *
exceptional   ones,   and   the J
goods- for quality -are un- |
surpassed.   Give us a trial. I ���
���i-��_au
We are showing
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>M tmttt__---��-��*��.!�������������������� tii*--_
Matchless Silver Polish.
Globe  Metal  Polish.
Brilliantshine  Bon  Ami.
Aluminum   and   Gold   Paint.
Come to Blows.
The pre
Wellington   Knife   n
These prices are strictly cash J stove p"'; ' ��� o,,rM'
t
Vienna. I __^_
,^ent session
'", " "Umeut came to an
eud this iniii'" i9
,   , -uitr alter a scene of tur-:B
lllllel" ****** ���
-ve extraordinafy    even    for   an
i assembly where violent outbreaks are
prices.
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,.,snj   B|act**  kilK,  Non
WfO. VfA ti'lack Jack.
i
uiquid Veneer and Lemon
Polishing Oil.
Mirror Stovepipe Varnish.
Johnson's  Prepared  Wax,
comparatlvelj  common, j
X      The trouble,  which arose from    the
_ old racial feeling   between   the   Qer-j
��� ��� ma ns and lhe Czechs broke out during'
* ihe debate on a government bill, the
ij object (of which was to reconcile these,
_   differ"!"^'-     The   1*,lUl';a     Cz''('h    ob"
New Prints
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
������������������������������������������������
liiliKiiiin-i
who have been hinder-, ��
���  in-r the debate ou this measilr.    for
\V" hav,. jusi received another car-jf
load ot Raymond Hour    'this Houi  ISiT ���                                                   * several days pnsi "i'i' continuous din
equal to any other flour on the market I A        J                         jP    X  from drums and 1 in whistles, bo   ex-
foday and we suarantee It at $1.65 per J AnaerSOIl     <X  ���  asperated the Germans    this morning
sack and $�� 25 per barrel.    Straight 1 f          1                       I [that the opposing deputies   came   to
T Mfl "      '            .   ,.            ,    X I JISDV                 XI close quarters and a fierce scrimmage
-rude Hungarian flour    $1.2u   a sack   1 J__WO-_��j                  j
9 i      i'li hilt Ui
This flour   Is    In great    demand   Eor* Columbia  Street    ���      One of the radical Czech   deputies,
bread or pastry,                                     if I  who has been particularly violent    in
Th(,   beS(   ,.   ,.     granulated    sii.mar ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ | i,is  obstruction,    was    captured    and
i
Twenty pound -. C J^   ]tfa\$\l   Sash
$1.15 per sack.
Tea in three pound uu.' ��� Ceylon native wood   boxes   for  $1.  "���
Empire Ceylon tea, 2.c per Ib.
Victoria Cross 10c per lb, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Coffee of tin- very fli   si Mocha mid inoy and   Bandsawing
Java ground or unground, 25c  per lb
and Door Co.
whipped unlil iie bowled for mercy.
Another Czech was bitten by a German on the cheek and sustained an
ugly wound. Black eyes and sore
heads were numerous.
^^^^^^ The  premier,  Baron Von  Blenerth,
Doors,   Windows,   Turn-JSeelnS lhe uselessness of   attempting!
to pass legislation, closed ihe session
and sent the deputies home.
mm ^b   ,,.     ^i^ mtmsmm The ibiiai I ui'   ol' ib.- minister- was
Two quart  bottle of the very finest      Nve make a specialty of   Iir   doors,   , ,, ,.  , . , . ,
1 I tollnwi'd hy another free fi-ht in which
dckles only  25c i. r bottle. -leani. d and kiln dried. ,, ,.    ., ���,   ,
1 the opposing factions rushed upon one
Three bottle- ol pickles for 50c.      \ I another to the strains or revolutionary!
Malta Cero ' ��� :i  package, or eight w   ��  WaJsn U/   V   WaUh   ir    50flgs' ;n"1 wi1,1 '"'i1'1'^0" reigned  fori
packages foi 25c. ' ������      half an hour,
Flv.   -ins salinim for 25c. Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster
Sardine.-   10c   pei   lin
Einnan Haddh   i ic per lb.
Corn per tin 10c,
I'.-as  per tiii   10c.
W. E. Walsh, jr.  ;'
b
TRAMP ACROSS FROM
Du-Ct NOW'      QUEBEC TO VANCOUVER
Three  tlus ol   pork  and   beans   fur!
, wi   lh    ,n mai malade 25c per tin,    :
Eight bars of    the    finest    laundry
oap for 25c,
Eight  bars of toilet    oap tor  -���""
' hree packag. -  of   loultrj   I	
-"'��� i
Three  packages  ol  iamidrj     starchj
for 25c.
Three packages of corn starch    for]
25c.
Two large tins of St. Charles .vapor-
ted cream 2T.c.
Two His. of very nice lemon I Iscuits
r<v 25c.
Three lbs, mollasses snaps for 25c.
Baking powder. White Star. li)v.
Blue   Ribbon
per  tin.
Order a Piano
at once.
11 lontlnued from 1'ag.- one i
r*b     | ib,,  track u   few
_-_C   I si nger   i rain,  due
Two heads an- better than one.
Both of you come and i hoose the
piano, our -lock of pianos is large
and varied, Including many makes, In-
and Maple Leaf, 20cL,udlng upr|gurand player. Every in-
sininn-ni is warranted, and has n full,
sweet   lone,   perfect   mechanism,   ex-
  qutsite  touch,  and   looks 111   for    ilie
drawing room of a queen,
^PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES j. HTotlds Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Ladies'
Blouses
Ranging in prices
from $1.35 to $-3.85.
to clear at
$1
oo
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wettmintter.
j a KiiiLiii'liv that a freight had run off
miles   .'ivi.    A   'ins
in   a   few   in nu es,
' was   stopp 'd    by    the   1 WO   m-'ii.      who
rushed up the track waving Iantern3.
Their signals were seen only jusi   in
] the nick  of  time.
During   the   past   two  days Miss  m
iCilv litis been honored by a visit from |
thi    �� ii p.'d -.. tt ii" i'  ion  hai in. bi ��� n
hospitably    entL-riaiueU   there,   Clark j
RS *J | classifying ii a- ��� t in- flrst sport j town
a|^ j .-inn line, editor ,,i the Fraser Valley
Jji/ Record,   look   the   voyageurs   in   tow
and showed  them all  the    sights    of]
Mission   City,   calling   their particular!
attention to Hub square, on one side
of which n sidewalk is in he built at
sum,, future time.
Distances and Times.
The   following  tabulated   record   of
tii.. distances  covered    In a specified i
time by the two ii-- thumpers is   Interesting.    Actual  walking time only
is counted,  stopovers  noi  being considered in the makeup of the    tabh .
the accuracy of  which   is  attested  by
the   dgnntltres ami stamps nl' C.  I'. It.'
..pi i aim -i   at   all   -tut n.ns   along     the ,
rJ line:
Quebec   lo  Montreal,   by   roa I,  J16
; mil. s, iu eight and a half days
t    Montreal  to  Ottawa,   136  miles,  In,
j three and a half days.
Ottawa   in Toronto,  306\_   miles, in '
! i'ii days.
Toronto to Sudbury, road and track !
eiii*i miles. In eight  days.
Sudbury to Port   Arthur,   562 miles.,
in  twenty days.
i    Pori Arthur to Winnipeg, 130 miles.
i in ten ami a half days.
Winnipeg to Moose Jaw, 398 miles,
in eighteen and a half days.
Moose .raw  to Meilirine    Hal.    261
' miles, in eight days.
j     Medicine Hal to Calgary. 180 miles.
. in live and a half days.
Calgary lo Itanff. S2 miles, In three
i days
Banff tu Revelstoke, 181 miles,   In
[eight days.
Revelstoke    io    Westminster,    267
mill     in  nineteen days.
Ginghams j���L Muslins
���-^      ����������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������> ��*�����*>
Hundreds of new pieces of English Prints, Zephyr
Ginghams in neat stripes and checks, Radium Foulard, Swiss Spots, Flowered Organdies, Cross-barred
and Striped Satin-finished Muslins, Ducks, Drills, etc.,
are now opened up ready for your inspection. Every
person likes to see the new Spring Wash Fabrics in
the new designs, and we extend an invitation to nne
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 arc
Duchesse Satin Cloth in the new Cinnamon Bro
Navy, Black, etc., and Chiffon Panamas, in various
widths and weights, Serges and Fancy Lustres, etc.
E.4CH
attention'
Only a few Of these,;; If you have property of any description to sell,
l~.lAn.-.3c  go Via Pflrlvio   rent, or exchange, either in the City or District,  it
U.OU&efc, &u ue v<xl ly ^  win pay you to list with us at once>
275 Columbia Street |
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.   Se\ ral
styles are shown with buttons as trimming down panel front. Colors are
Navy, Brown and Black. Lengths are
36 to 42 inches.   Each:
We have the experience, organization and con-
i  nections, and can guarantee ynu good service. 1
A. J. BIRTClii ��� I
-th. wh,tE house-    |{ Vancouver F.J. Hart & Co. Ltd. mmw I
is :iiiisiiiiimlii
New Westminster, B. C,
$5.75 to $12.00
W. S. Collister & Co.
Incorporated i9oa : j
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