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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B. C.
LIFE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
VOLIWIE  I,  NUMBER .'!.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C,  FRIDAY  M, i|(\|\,;
JANUARY 29, 1909.
CANTATA PRODUCED     TEOISEHS WANT TO   shin grafting operation
BY UNITED CHOIRS    PLAY GAMES IN JULY   AT mmm mm
Man Injured While Coupling Cars Will
Have     Skin     Transferred    from
Leg   to   Injured   Arm.
fine Performance of Gaul's Miuto  Cup Trustee Thinks
"Una"���Principals Makei ��� May 24 Too Early for La-!	
Excellent Showing. crosse Match.
  -  Consldi r.able interest is being taken
���by the medical  men of the city In a
Spenser's  "Faerie Queene''    'affordt      The dates of ihe Minto cup matches delicate
PIVE CENTS PER COPY,
CHIME DECREASING IN
WIDE OPEN MILWAUKEE
^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ in  ���  perform,',1
vei'j   suitable   subject for    musical| which are lo be played here this com- ,h_   nn,-.,, ,, . , ,  .   ,
[tne  Royal Columbian  hospital today
fi .nv, in. and the iiso which A.   R.ilng season  for the championship    ot
|ad  In- made  of  ii   In  his  cantata'the lacrosse world art.  noi yet settled,
Ina   fullj bears .his out.   The preJln '"'"" '"' l1"-' Popular belief that the
lii-i  match of lhe series would   take
ktaiiim oi   the  cantata    at    Queensl   ,
I plai e on  May 24, in,.  (Late originally
[enu.   church   last   evening  by     the  suggested   bj   the   Westminster     La-
kiie.i choirs of Queens avenue    and crosse   club.     Until   yesterday    there,     ________
��� arm crushed  while coupling G. N,  R
cni'a at Clovei  al    and   has been an
wjhen strips m skin, in all aboul live
inches long b\ two Inches wide, are
i" be removi d from the leg of Edward
Km I- and ������ ... ed on his arm,
Kjarl<, son e   lirei   weeks ago, mo: hi
OUVER DEMANDS
AN INVESTIGATION
Persecution of Fraser Fishermen by McBride Government Roundly Condemned
Victoria, Jan.  28,���John  Ollvel
;1,  iveiiue church (Vancouverj was  wus  "" l:" matlon  ilm    Victoria Day
rii interesting and   Instructive, ami   'v""!d    ","    '"'    suitable to    Charlli
, liering , ved by the re-1 ^^   ""liil"s'   but   mature   reflec-j'""'ate of ,he hospital ever since. Tt.
ii"" i'ii ile li   probable strength    this
Iti        in���. ���  ni applause iro.n  iline i .,,., ,,,, .,,
11  ' |season, coupled with a close study of
skin gral ilng  .*, ill    e tbe fir t o u ra
lion of Its kind lo tal.e place al  the
Royal Columbian  hospital for a  long
; illle.
Mayor of F,imous  Beer Town  Declares
Wide   Open   Policy    Is    Best-
Proves It by Police Record.
Chicago,  Jan. 28.���Mayor   Rose,   ol
Milwaukee, in an addresB last    night
^termination to stick to,      , _��_. _-.-_o_n uuver    re-l    Ferule.  Jan.  28.-The  Fernle    dl
tQe policy of the open saloon for tbut].-fumed   his  speech on   ,)���.,  address  In Uriel   lire  relief
replj to ibe speech from the throne ��,
llil,f i':|s;   two o'clock ibis afternoon.,   ,,
when lv blamed the government    to**1 ""'-":���>-"  meeting of mln.
DEMAND AUDIT Of
EERNIE RE1IEE FUNDS
Citizens   Who   Suffered  in
disastrous Fire Voice Pro-
.-st:j at Meeting.
[t ��  well taej  appreciated the  the past exploits of the Salmon Bi   ,
the    principals,    and     the on  tbeh   own  little play ground  havel
eightj   vile,. , in.vl.-    in, I    |,.uise    ;���,,'    ihinl,.      XoW'l      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ibjeci   in   tne  work    la    tli    ,:",;- "'"" the dates ol ih, match post-
,.! .      i.unv.v ..I i" u-'-i io'a I'l.tipie or nioiiih.        IHflFf' MI"N FAIS TO
pirltuul  man   in     re       li"' following  letters,  received  yes-[ ��� ������ll-L_L    IVILIl    IHLL    IU
iresented  by ihe It, I CrosseI  ' "i:,-v  ''������   M-  Kyall, secretary of    the
ui   St.   Ueorge,   and   Hi.    ;v    ^'estminstei    Lacrosse    Club, explain
:      mi ul   riii'ii, i ailed  I'na    I' ������   '''"   ltn "'""��� :'!-' flrsi    eing the reply
,.  , .    u, ...':,���;,i, and ii'    I.    ;   "'' lh'' nniincial backer of the Tecum !
city,
I'i"   Milwaukee executive conti ndi ,i
that   'he  eulogj    of    Milwaukee    In-
ed lu by President   Roosevelt    tn
���'l i ci qi communli ation wherein    the
commented i n  lis absence    of
ci'hui and the Infn |.   .<    of drunken-
.vis founded ii"   on lhe Fact thai
n  i-  largely a   Centum    community,
illl!    ei -ins,   the    wl li    open   policy
eliminates  ihe dosire  ol   i o.sslble  Inebriates to drink    Inoi-dinaiclj    whi n
commit tee ha\ e  :������  a
malted .ni  by ,i  commltti e apiiolnted
i
the prevailing high price of coal    In
the pi '1 nu,', quoting figures nnd sia-
li.siir- :n exienso.
h' Id H iurday afternoon, and   the following '���' Muttons presented to them:
"Thai  whereas it I    ni ce isarj    i nil
The member for Delta called the at-[we should bnvo n properly lb
tentlon uf the House to ih,' erroneousLnlnuc, ., , ibowlng bow ihe fundi
conclusions drawn by the seconder of Lf ,,���. ,,,,.,: l|is(1.i(, |||V ;tlw ,..������
the address, i'l-.-.i, rick Davey, of ViC'!
,, , mill,,   b ive been disposed of,    I here-
toria, who. lie alleged  hud attempted
io show   an Increase    In the produce   ''   :"   "   resolved,  thai   w�� demand
they hnve the chanci      He supported of the province by drawing upon false I All books nnd accounts of tbe Ferule
lv  assertions by quoting from    police|data  for liis  nuts, 'dl-trici     lire     relief    committee     be
audited    ;���   ,i  lii in oi' nei oiini.'iiu-   l
deni  o ii  nl.. oi Fernie,
''rn;:   u ii , vis �� e belle*. ,���   that the
i I  for the i 'li, E of    ' he
nffeiv    in  ��� lie laic ii'���' were for th
i   ii les for the pasi .-. ���
OPENING Of TENDERS
DEATH INTO SHEENA; IN PUBUC SUGGESTED
Roads in the  Delta.
i he condli Ion of the roads In    ihe
munlcipalit*, ni li. l..i came In for i mie
v Ililng ,        : in by ih" farmer li gh
. ih,' ri -.,   nn ,'in  being reminded
i Inn lasi -i'- Ion i inl.  _ ml -''ruble pli
1      '* '    '���        ' ;"!   ' '    |,|fUl ,ulp���rpose ,,1  agisting us to rebuild our
fo   1 lelta,  whili   0        districts   whii h
^SaMm*ammaMMWmmm*MMWMMMmamm***wammmwm
Lbo  domination oi   iguoi            to R D. Ross, one of the trustees I-tv-        Hnnrlforl    PQM    U7U;i-''It-.     ���   . ,.                                           P>n.l r.-iurned members who .-iinnorl..(l!,,f",,CK*   Aui1 ��'llGreas no plans for tbe
l|1,,,Ii,ion,    mediae vallsm, I��'   '*->   M!-_.o_  challenge cup,    andP^P    Uunllu.    Feet   While  Dr. Reld's Resolution to This   '** m.e_ d   ,een gem' '     ��-     "   posa. of ,he fund    - ,
dawn 01 Ihe  ik-w   day, "' '   "'���' ' '   ']:    ^os ' opinion mi    the
triumph of   right, and     tne Proposition:
reunion    of    Holiness    ami The Tecumseh's Argument,
|i .     . ,;:..:   -   ',:���    forei. 1.,    ;!i" '''    "     L        ���    ! ���"! ,   Ottawa,   Dill,
.   .    ments of media v.:       "''-ir Sir-    Excus,   delaj   in  not an-,
,.  foil .   knighthood,    bai "'   :''"'-'   ",l! - "' Jan. 11.    the rea on
Attempting to Scale Cliff    Effect Opposed on Ground tiealeU'  "'"; '������" ''��� application of-5"1"""!'    -  ��� --������������ utter,
On 'rrpflflipmiis Ti-ri /-m.- r.       ���        " ' rovenue p.ul other taxes to munlcipa]l-ul��Prov,-il     riiorofon     be    It resolved,
bi_ca_i._--.u_ xtelll. Ot POSSlDle Collusion. B0 ���� to enable these to put their that- no      'ayment be made bj    tii.
i' i.i,.    i:..,,i    11   1 ���
il        -���        Ue
,1  io  v usult    the I !'"      """ ":"h'.i  here     a I om    , ij
l,��� and the influences ol evil, pe.-| I ^   ^    .     ^ m^      ,
i Ight !.,   falling ovi r high  ban
i in I'ori l-'sslngtou to lie vi
l si 1 in,., .1., cainp .;! .Mile '.|V- up ni,-
Skeena rl Vi 1 be 1 r.vl Is excei linglj
dangwous, and men walking from
camp io 1 am;, iu several place 1
; 'ii- route ha .��� to suppoi i ihemsi Ives
round      ;:���'        . vi. ���.,,., -    cliffs    by
11 ,      .       nomencl u ire    0    !il;,ll,;'' :   " nc  ol    the    play. rs.
vi ,1 .    peasants    and N: ' :   :'  ,ueetias  ��Ith  them, when wi
��� mi me.  rn iii,- past, dl cu ':,',t ,1,e matter thoroughly,   the
Inglng   and  music. ' "'   '  'Jection  10 playing so early    In
1.   ���,:    v  ; nil ". '1"' '   ' "]1      :   ���'  'hi 5  cannot gel in
.   1   , , 1 train. I  voice, ''"'  '             '-'n  '   ���  aiize  the  fact    of
I     ,    .,;,..       ...lv- ''     ! :'' r' ':i      11  'he  climate, nnd    it
,,���  ,.,..   ..������;.,. ���" '"���  almosi   Impossible    to  gel    in
the   ong    O, Love ,"11'1"1"" '"   a championship game by
:,,!    poem    -a   M;i-' *���''     "  vve "l"1'1 Set  some open m    n- m   Imlt'-inch   ropes  thai    have
fann
denit
Intro
Tb,
posse
and 1
The 1
effort
-_-_-���------------!    .���     Ift-H        _ I time lh"  lait-r part of June or Julv,'  " ;.;,li,',|   ,,.,      ile-    eouiraciors
music.
, , . . ,���    .from lii"  N.  I.   I    we would be    onl*. ��� ironud      ���   ���'  n    . ma  ,,1   tli     ���
plaloli l na   ' 1 rutl 1    .' armed ���
too plen -    '      ' i,i ih, 11. Our, i'1 :" -     li ��as  at  om   ol    these  high
by th 1 , ,   .    ,.
.. ,     mys  are anx oils   to  go,   bui     would [flints lh 1 1 ion   ns    iheir lives
sured 'Ich .,���
ber 1      ���   'ii" trip Int. r when they   ' ��' 5   "" " I  ':"  1   '���' oting    nnd    r. 11
conaKi,, Hi"       ,'V' ni  : ruth  >������ ben '
.. . ,       .will iin    ,1   letter chance to win the over too f.   1 10 the river below
ligiolll it.   Sue v 1 beard ....
,     . . cup.    If  we  canno    -������     ih.   nine  for      'hen  mes of the men have noi   ������ ,,
to mai n  1 ,1 11    ai    1 nc
, June or July, and we win the cham-|learned,
iiichan
    by
Ironds Into proper condition. [sufferers for lumber nnd bull Iln
  Condemns  Land  Policy. I'1''       UppUed b*   tin   relief comil     ���
Ottawa. Jan. 28-The house of c-oin-      '  Ia"<*  l��"��J   '" the govern nt.      "^1  when ,    there i    , ���
��� null   v   I'rnin.'d   In     1..I1   :l   iv.'iv   llini    ;|,,! """">   !|,nv  '"   !l"
nnm-    vigorou  li'   dlscu .-".I   yesterday   , ,,..  ,,.     1.'.,,,,,,  ,iuirlei   n���   i-pIIpi   com
peculator Is benefitted to   the de   "'  '"'   fernn   tusinci  nn   ..nv  , i.n
a resolution of Dr, 1:    :     .11  all  ten ��� ,,. .,, Iht. ,���.,,,,���,. .,,h| s,.ttler, ��*a    "ll,;"     Therefore he ll resolved tnat
ders  for  public  works  and    supplie      nu.id.ly cond 1   I | we dennmd that tlie remainder of th
should  be opened In the presence of     Exception was taken    to    the   pro
piisi-i  lie, II ���ill'' of 1 lulls b\   tbe u.ivil'll       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ment, Oliver cbarnctetrlzlng this    as ''! ;h     llffl  '     "Mh'  la''  n
legislation, concluding this part      "That wo circulate   the   resolution
rn hi   speech wllh n  vigorous nnd   ai   ���'���'   ' "   "    ''     'ueeiing In 1 irm   il
iiiii.    highly  humorous attack on   Vi     etltlon  io   ie signed  i,.\  all f-i
1,,1'M"  i; nernl  Bowser. ' [l'ri      ��  "   " 8lrf ;" ''" ���"" ,:" "
Inn    Mr    Iln I-iv  informed   Mr    v Pel sedition ot  usiicrmen. **^H
tile rib- '  committee.
"Thai   be citizens of   !���'��� nle prote
Ibe tenden rs, iln. Mi Pugslej
Btrongl) opposed ih" :' solution a*
likely in lead to collusion amongst the
tenderers. The debate was not con
eluded.
11111,!     now   In   hand   be  di v 08ed    1
1 in i.n. 1    ,1 Isfactory to the majorli
'     .__! 'li" fisheries departmenl  p.nr-      "'' :"!,rv "'  [ CUtlon    followed
.        -i the steame, Restless lasi ���   ir    J  :"" ����ver"men< tow����>- the flsher-
,         .     ..      ..,                                  I1"'" (l1 the Fraser river lasi    seasonI!,8ain 1 anj  net  being passed b\
:":1"   Vu  U'   ::'h        rowln�� &  was dealt with a.    length    b5    the British    c ibln    government'   tnat
*",    Zm/i      '   '  ^,"">'"''  """ '""-'"'���"   thai  a ������,,
Sir   U llfrid   I.nu nformed     Mr   ,,,,..��� i,,,,^,,,, ,.,
ougn iniestigatlon be made In certain
Lennox   that  the    engineers   of    Ihe cases instaucl
[ilonshlp ihi- n    ne   would ouij
Clng  in ii"   p'li tieiilaily  the
\miiiIi| .-ii, K',.,1' ib,  district in,' ������   ���
eommli iee -i - standing to do with
fund    11a  lb       ,e  li1:  and that    the
for Kidessa,    the! 1"ousul-) ""s 'spason,  we  would only]                                                                 Ti*niiscontinental   railway-  commission relentless  and  almost   vindictive per-1citizen���   wish  that   the   fiintl   be  dis-
II     Burn  1...    '"   too Plt;ased to go in the fall.   You      Investigate Election Irregularities.      and the Grand Trunk  Pacific had dis     edition of J    V. Kendall, who had   posed ol  by June 1 and that this
son, g,-i , i,.],
might  conimunii ate   ��Ith    the    \ew
n  ,��� ,r,,]   a    uttle   W'estinlnst. r club and   1 - ii a chan
,' on ��� ui, ring Into
^^ iff n riiative
B   ��� ' ">        \\    li.   Sanson
___������'!".' Kni                                .,'!,.".'
��'th ma ki d  ability,  ii)c   prin-
ol dati     from  Maj  to .lun,-   or   J
��� ���,.      Toronto,  Jan.  28.���West   Keni   Con-    ,    ,.,. ,   ,, ,
lh classification,    A  third arb
11x   i"er��'atives   are  not   satisfied    at     the!
"alto
nervOn
thesjii 'hem.    I am almost   sural calling off the    protest   against    th
deejH - \.  I..  V. -eb, lute could    be election of A. B. McCeig.    \    caucus
son��*     ,   1   . VN'and," 1 ll"' **   '' ''''  l,s    :,VN;'-V    l<,!'   these Ms called for i'.-ii. 6, when the alleged
duced eit.-im-.. .dines. Irregularities will be Investigated.     \
i'ours truly, convention 1ms been arranged,
C   SIll.Al.W.     j 	
jj^H    ��� L,j(i   p|.;n.| Ross'  Reasoning. GERMANY   HOPES  FOR
cipti ii.   Ryall,   Esq.,   secretarj   N'cw   West-
lOV t        iniii-:,"   Lacrosse Cl lb.
i-asvo, ill    look a double pan       Doar Slr.-Enclosed please find un
agreed on the question of alleged over   T" "" '""  ""'"  " '""' ""   ,ash of
the government's Inu-b  legislation
bil 1 u:oi'   bad
te ent to \V. R. Ross, M. L. A.
nu |P McBrlde,    (Signed)    J.
^^^^H Tin- areumfii!  advanced bv previou, ' K- ii'.   I.   Sum,. T   Hull,.11, J   ru.
now b,en sug-ested, and  Mr. Colling-,speakers thai the members of theop-|T.  Uphill, .1.  Kohus, J.  Wilde,  P.   \
kinson, c, I-: v.,ir. 1.. lv E( Itsteln, com
>       received   from   Toronto  Tecum-
Irmil.  !'iid   kiil_ht   l'linee  Ar.biir.
���'" Hicks again demonstrated hls|8ehs '" dates  '":" M'"'" CUD    "l^ltf',1
|t :���    dan nnd  vocalist.Jn N; >���""'    Tbo :"|-:'"-i would be glad
mid ha vi    mproved on the Pal- lf u'" ''""'"' ; ,"' ''''" 1''""1' na liin"-v
"ns d   rendered bj  him ""' "l"'''"'"" '    i""^'1"-
11      choir   proved   fully   atle ' :"'! ;""'    ini]-'>
1 Interpret    the   liner    1 horal P   "   Knss-
J :l,.    .election     Tl     are      '  'hi"''  ""''   "'"'""'   ""' ,,ri:',s    ln
_J'v'-- iii.id,   ,1, the chorus 1.1 this Junn '"��� ""���'       ' onahle-   '"     vi��� ol
.�����' 1, naliy   ca .. tl,.v "'" fac( llK"   :    ''' ' "* reqiilred the
I      1    "Hark,  ihe  Angelu      1
*******% ���  in .ilii       See  Where
I .1    il    , 11 I  ���'()   I.;,,I,   Hnve
woo I Schreibi r had 1111 lortak. 11 to act,
'I'li,., ji-eiiii, 1 also mated thai the
government hud no| taken any action
in 1, gard i" (lie obji ci ions entered \
the English 1 -re-s In Japan ugainst
TREATY   WITH   CANADA j u    T   "   Preston,
  i    Mi.   Armstrong  was   Informed   thai
Berlin, Jau, 28    lu    answer    to   a16,000 rural  mall boxes had been  pur-
1 Continued .ui Page Seven.)
��� <     I'iiiiv 1  ,,,, i>aK(, Two.)
AGITATORS IN   RUSSIA
GIVE UP HOPE OF ARMY
'ROcity WOULD St,   Peter-burg,    Jan.    28.    Reports
develop countries hnve been received here of the doings
.   ���, of the eiui"M-s of    ib" Soclal-Demo-
tne, Jan   28   "Reciprocity wllh cratlc party,  recently held abroad  to
would bo a great step forward avoid   Interference  from   the    police.
development of the coiintrj on The most Important -leclslou was   10
3Ides ol ibe International bound- abandon for the present the propane." -'ii,,1 President Howard ganda Among the troops. There seems
��� ol ib,. Northern Pacific, today, to be no hop. of reviving the revolu-
ui) opinion such a step would j tlonary movement tor several years,
ireat factor In the development and the puny will now    devote   it��
nntlre northwest." ���'- ntlona   entirely   to   Russian   work-
' men.
Big  Meteor Falls.
F��"ti  Vu.. Jan.  28.���A   telegram
���'I  ii-oiii   Nellgb    today    shows
'hill  people In Pierce nnd   Knox
,s yesterday  thought  was    an
take was a tremendous Impacl
1  ''iir.   due   to   the   f.-itlin-; of     B
��*<- pound  meteor,   The meteor
lr' up, still fumlnp.
REVELSTOKE   APPLIES   FOR
DOMINION  EXHIBITION
-W-
Revelsloke, Jan. 28.���One of the
most Importani movements that has
ever been taken hold of In Revelltoke
Is the suggestion that the l'lonilnlon
governmenl shall be asked to granl
the Dominion  fair for Revelstoke   in
(��i"nie Wants Chief of Police. 1911.     The   question   has  been   freely
Me, Jan. 2S.--Thp city Is at pres- discussed  by  tbe board of trade    In
iihout ihe services of ,i chief of open tsessloo  and  nlso  In  roininii''''.
I. nnd Um board of police com- with the result that a communication
^^Jners are advertising for applica. has been gent lo the departmenl   -1'
^���"���for tb,, ;���viti.m. r,,,,-taiil,- Ci'i-l:  Ottawa   making  a   form.-il   reqiii   I     '"
-------I'v |,,.  nvntimr. 'this  effect.
;
question rn the K- i, hstag concerning
the commercial relations of Uermauj
w iiii Cana la, Foreign Minister Von
Schoen -ni,i that everything possible
bad b,, n done tor the defence of (ler-
iii.-iii im. ��� s -. li was um Impossible
thai an opportunlij would before long
arise foi the discussion of a commercial treaty with Canada after the con
elusion "i  ihe Franco-Canadian  n	
tiation--.
FAILURE  OF G.  T.  P.
CAUSED   HARDSHIP
Sa a m, Sa-l... Jan 28 The first
iruin over ihe Qrand Trunk Pacific for
fully ih." weeks weni east yesterday.
Settler along the line had made no
provision for the tip up, nnd many of
ilieui endured considerable hardship
as a result,
FORTY   HURT   IN
LOUISVILLE WRECK
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 28.���Forty persons were injured, some probably
fatally, when the cast bound Evansvllle
accommodation passenger train on the
Southern railway was wrecked at nOOn
today ns il emerged from a tunnel
near New Albany, Ind., just across the
Ohio river from this city. The nain
was bound   for  Louisville,
BELLINGHAM STARTS MOVE
FOR A PUBLIC MARKET
Belllngham, Jan. 28.���At the next
tneetlhg or the city council an ordinance will lie adopted, copied after one
In force iii Seattle, for the establishment of a public market at Dock and
Holly st reels, n Was announced today that a comfort station would be
built  In  conneeilon
chased  in  New  York.
position had not assisted In tho passing of needed   legislation  wus demolished,  Mr   nliv-'i- citing the pa-sin:' ol
the assessment act n- nn Instance.
Tbe   Necbaco  Valley.
lte\, ii Ing   o the policj  of the goi
erniiieui  ��lln  r, im��� ii," in the    land
laws, mention was made of the    fact
thai   tne Nechaco  valley  was mostly
In the hands of    peoMMora   mo i of
Sir   Richard  Cartwrlgln     was    the them   Vraerlcana   nnd that  practicallj
principal spaaker In the senate debate l:""' w��s lefi open for settlement
on    tho   address      -esterday.    Win!. ''��� genuine settlers,
justifying to   expenditure   of the   re- '" ,l'1-' course of bla speech, Oliver
cent government  tie admitted that, In ma<,e man>   very strong    points,    111
the face of the falling revenue, it was
tini" lo call a hall Referring to the
Qrand Trunk Pacific i ontract, he said
that If the company failed to ope ite
ih.- section between Winnipeg and
Moncton the prairie ection would ,�����
forfeited  ti  coi -y,
Mr.   Lough, ed I'lvlleiii-ed  ihjs .-iai��- 	
ment, but  Sir Rii ard Btttck to It,
Recording to n i*c urn brought down      Usbon,     tan.     28    The     Spanish
In the house, In addition to the |100,- 8-eamer  '��� Inldad   lias   rammed    und
iniii",   appoint, i at mass meeting '
Tin-  |-,  nle district  fire relief com
iv "    ��iii reply in writing on Mon
daj   afi, i noon,
Packing   Manager  Gets Fortune.
:',��� ii le   Jan    28,    From    ,i  mod
��� ui;iv        manage) of Ihe Frye-Bruhn
l' ni,in; i "in, u.'iy  to n legacy of ���* 186,'
linn is i bi    vperienci  of H. L. Sl
of l.l.l i!a    Miarlou   11- et, \\hosi    ten
i.h'i r,   John Roberts,   n    prominent
bank* r of Fremont, has died, '- avlni*
him ii' arlj  half  i million dol ������
well    known   iii-a:niUa|    sly|,.   i iinipel-
"ng mi'iiui'ii t,i,in everj  member ol     Thi  legacj did not come unexpected
"te  legislai      His ..],""cb occupied ly, bui   lefon  his departure Mr. Stroni
two hours, decltm i   to buj   what   hla  Intention.
Attornc; General  Bowser moved the|w*er_ In  resgrd  to his future
adjourn nn ut,
Belgian   Steamer   Sinks.
nun for sufferers from the earthquake
In Southern Italy, the following
amounts have been paid upot) war
rants from (he governor-general: Slv-
���177 on account ol 'he foot-nnil-inoutn
disease quarantine, and J6.788 for the
expenses of representatives at the
Italian Agricultural Institute at Hume.
DENIES REPORT OF
GERMAN STATION
Melbourne, Australia, Jan, 28, The
German consul-general here denies the
statement made by Major Daniels, in
Vancouver, that Oermany has established a strong naval Mae al Slmpson-
11 a IT. New Ouluea.
Inspecting the Favourite.
The Favourite, which -.ink off Ladner during the recent frost, hns been
raised, and will I" brOUgW up to the
lily today under her own steam to 'To
examined bj  a boiler inspector.    Be-
for she Is on the rlvei again ti certain
amouni of repair work  will be neci
fiery,
stmlv an unknown Belgian Bteamer off
Cup" Roca, Elghi members of the
crew ,.!   he Belgium veseel were tost
Mill onaoes    Back    Gratt   Inquiry.
Ni n . in k, Jan. 28. li lias just become known that John i> Rockefeller,
Andrew Carnegie, Jacob Schlft, Mrs.
Russell Sage and several other well
known financiers and philanthropist-
are backing the bureau of municipal
resources, which was organised to In*
ve.tlgate the city's flnances au.i alleged graft
INVITATIONS TO  HANGING
OF A COMMUTED MAN
I
Chicago, Jan. 28.���-Sheriff Strass-
helm, not having been notified of the
commutation bf the sentence of Herman lllllik from hanging to a life sentence for the murder of Mary Vrznl,
today seni out lhe usual Invii-u ..hi
for the hanging on Jan. L'J next.
"ir the gov-rnor bus commuted the
sentence, it will be unlucky for Bllllk
unless i am olliclallj notlfleil," said
ih" ���;,. i iir :n lay, i
COMJESSIONS MADE
AT NAVAL CONFERENCE
i.onduii,   lun   -^    There  Is     ���
to i ��� lb ��� .���     il Hi.  crisis in ih.- Intel
national a ival confi > ��� nee, which
i n in - i here ilnce las) mi
Is over, Mui nal conce   Ions have
m.iu. on dl ,' "',| point i, and   hei
now  .v.   .   prospect  ol   nn   '
being reach d.
MAN   AND   BOY   DROWN
IN VIEW OF CROWD
h lllogham, J.in. 28,    After clinging
for   hour.-,   In   an   overturned   gasoline
launch, Newell Mail, r   and   bis   Mu
Arthur were drowned In wild seas   In
Birch hi-   hi- morning while a thrm
oi  frantic, helpli  a spoctatoiji loo
on   ni   the  awful  tragedy.
A relief part] mud.' a desperate, but
vain effort to rescue the perishing
men. Baiter, aged ir. years, and _H
son. it y.ais old, were returning
Birch baj from a beaeh-comblnfi expedition,
Toronto Is Growing.
Toronto, Jan. 28.���According to I
100b   edition    of    Might's    directory.
Toronto's  population, Including   East
Toronto and Deer park, which was :.n-
nevod in December, i i 8-9,93-.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
-���".,-1,"y.*'��"ll-.i'-��" .t"n".V"��F*>."<*.'"n"ir'if'l *
I Wanted -:- lost -:- found
S for Sale *:��� To Rent -:- Etc. ��
7i"lii:)i"ii;;'',-:"':''.-:'-::..-^,::.'"'v'"-:"':'':'""' ";""":
LOST Near Sixth avenue and Eighth
itreet, Irish terrier pup about four
months old. Finder will be rewarded Notify this office or P. 0. Box
692.
V. \N I 'hli    i,i i     foi     ,   in ral    housi
work; Mrs, F. Smith, Leopold Plac
WANTED���Daj    work;
Bradbury, P. 0., city.
ipply    Mrs
FOUND���Royal Hani; of Canada bank
. ook. own, r can have same by
applying at this office and paying
for this advertisement.
FOUND-  Lad}':
" this office
;love.     Owner apply
WANTED���A    first-class      canvasser
\;,p!y   Royal  Cltj   Dye   Works, Co
lumbla  street.
EASTERN capital ready to Investi-
legli Imati luvi I men is���lands,
Imbi ��� or mine in British Columbia. Address In first instance, wltn
full particulars, "Capital," care of
Noble & Co.. Molson's Hank building, Vancouver.
CANTATA PRODUCED
BY UNITED CD0IK8
(Continued from Page One.)
No Timid Fear" w. tuneful measures and ib.' last i loru i, "Hymen lo
Hymen,'' the paeon ol i .y was
worthily encored, bui It wi already
late, and no oth r , ��� i ould    be
repeated.
T. R. Pearson dei ��� ve heart) congratulation on the ticci ss of the pro-'
duction, which ��� ncou i e further t-
forts to be made, aud no d mbt the
performance will be n pcated hire or
in Vancouver. The accompanist, Herbert D, Mackness. hatl uaturally much j
to do wiiii the result of lh
tion, and ll I" '���'.' hi first
locallj   be   was   na
;i      vi '      -'I     1
hi     al did not givi
for doubt.
The choi u- was -
oopianos, Mrs.   :
I-;.  Kelly, Mil   i
:' : i ihlnee,      i
TRADE
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Orders   Taken   Foi
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed
NO
Supposition
Feb, 11.���Brewster's Millions.
Fi!.. 13.���Jane Eyre,
Feb.  23.���Daniel  Sully.
Feb. 27.���The Burgomaster.
March   L-   Kerry   Gow.
March 3 \  Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19.- Pncle Tom's Cabin,
Man :, -1 -Harry Beresford.
April '-'.    Marrying Mary.
April 7.- -Blanch Walsh.
April 28 ���The Glngerbred Man.
Jun,.  lu.- -Nat  Ooortwin.
CKimney
Sweeping
FRIDAY,   JAi.uary 29
WATER
1909
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters
clauses tiiNsniiimijTr
ACT, 1897, lllllfln^
Vancouver Power
Company
NOTICE is bereb
wi eka  after  date
VI
VJ
made  to  the  Ueutei*
Coundl  by    the
"'0*8,
\ aucouv c  [
Company, Limited, for   i
tilieate of Approval of undertaking in the o   I lhe
produc
cantata
anxlo
though    the    re
iii in much causi
n, .i,
i..ii- I
111  111!' 11,
We are still giving these grand
bargains. As you
will notice below
these prices, for the
quality of goods
shown, are  some-
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Through Our SHUR-ON  EYE- I
GLASSES. j
THEY  WILL  "LEASt  YOU. ���
! Btructlon of a dam at tl
unit lam Lake In the Dis
Westminster.
The works intend   i   .
et of Co.
'    '��� Kc,
!
YALL'S
DRUG
STORE
v i,r thino; out of theor-
-. Taylo . G. I'i Hai lie, V. Wh. I - n
0 \,., Id u, V. Chew. 1 I. 1 rw n, A.
,'   i V    i-son an : ,      [.Johnson
Eyes tested free and all  -ptical   work  guaranteed.
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_ i ond ��� iprani
Mrs.  is.  M. Mogg,   J
L      i   Ca .1.   Kate   i1 ',,
Street,  Gertie
experienced| c  CopP| k. iv.t
J.   ',v
n
i    Itcid,
WANTED���Position
lady  stenographer.     Accustomed   to' ,
, jou!  on
law work.    Applv A. B., this office.
Alio
1 A, 1	
Mi . J.  M.  is   rn: ���  Mrs.   i.
Mrs. F. 0. Caniiel     Mrs. I., l;
containing   sum   of] Lusoy,   Mrs.   tl.   Pe i       Irs. G,   K
1 foot,   Mrs.   Hicks,   Mrs    iDr)   Fulb r,
Ml     -  v Ua   Hall,   ii- b n  Robson,  C.
M. Smith, Hazel is any, _  Schofleld,
Bi na   ii" w    nnd   G.
dinary and this is a
chance for   every
ban! good housewife to
'"grasp.    Nothing
,;;,,:,      ;;. pays like cash buying.
FOUND���Purse
money,    etc.;     owner   can   receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement.    Apply
David Saunders, corner of Columbia  !-"a W-eldon
and Knox streets, Sapperton. Taylor.
First tenors:   G  K<  ��oo . F. \\ ilcox,
'        " D,  '' auor,   F.   Harrop,   W.   Irwin,   F.
TO RENT���One large furnished    bed-  j ,, ���   ,.    .;  Grim     u licutt, 11.
room, near library, suitable for two
Ais,. two small on Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 t,> 6 ; ,m. Mrs. Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue.
.'. i: ST M 1 N S TER    EM PL.I IYMENT
AQENCY���Under n, w management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366. PO
box 807. Can supply you with all
kind? of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet weet, Phone A 2750. Vancouver,  I!. C
Broil
.
Fish.
V
0
ilnlold
an !  R
Smith,  J-
J.   i a
and    C.
ES SI 53
W W W
m
a. Granulated Sugar foi Ja '���'
.i  lbs,  Granulated  Sugar  for  $1.15.
Sl -alght Grade Flour is one of the
besl p  ui ih- in i.'..
:      ii      ..- $1.25 per -nek.
lbs  nf Tea for $1.00.
i' ilii   Sau ���-     3  ' "til -  foi
bs, 01
V. .  I
l.u-
\    (i \   . i    l
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
JFish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION'.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephonr��l2. New Westminster
\
Port
tin
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ed i -ne-
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IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
to
' i RENT . : . nl b. i : ���. ise for 3
months; l��ourd owner. Apply 215
Twelfth -street, between Fifth a_J
Sixth avenues.
THE
1   L Y
NEWS
Westminj'.e- ,  Hoi  e P
IBMlvV-l
".
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Public M
1
arke
Open   8
Market   Clerk
m, to 6 p. m.
D. E. Mackenzie
Friaavs  7 a.
Pkon.   138
to 6
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Davies ij bun
Cnarnley s
Meat
Stall
Prime   B��ef   and   Mutton
Stall   and   grass  fed.
%
First-class   Cut    Flowers    ard
Pot  Plants.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
���   ,  . ly   NV
.
V1 v
C.   E.   SANDS,
Wostminst"
Phone  A 22.
:
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Box
Monks  Stall
for
Fisn   and   Came
H. I. K
en
Herbs
Vegetables  and
High      ii    II i
Values.
l_B_B!_,.ar-____^3-_.lW-t r��__-ii imU'SH
J
,���.',::���
i r lb
25c,
'' >.' ir 2    .
3 11      ' "  .
I,, 'cod for :.",���
a   p k | I ���   . , 11    1 v    '_   ' '
adry Starch for '-'.">c.
��� ��� '   Mushroom Catsup, . 5
7  pkg for 25c.
. 25c . ��� : tin,
S bars .'- .a in Iry Soap for 25c.
S bars line Toili t Boap for 25c,
3 lbs. i    ��� ��� ��� '    butter ior $1.00.
:: botl ��� Pic' i": for 50c.
s of N\    cester Sauci      c 25
l tin   ���    Fi   ih He -ring for -"io.
I tin o . .. Rabbit for 23c.
White   " ,    Brand   Sailing Powder,
20c per ���   ���
R        .       md Bal 'owd
���
Ma . I   Baking   I'      er,    I
_s
fa fa fa
m m m
Public Supply
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Accounts of Organizations       |
,: ch Societies, Fraternal Organization .  Clu v  Trade  Union
and Bi    ai       ���ssoclations will find   It   convenieni   and   fleiiirable   to
inda In a Savings Account,      bject  to ih.   control  of
two or more  officers,
ful
maki .i specialty of iln.. cla
CONSULT WITH US TODAY
details explaining our system,
;   ���   -
Pi-
Tu
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C. F   B. LYLE,  Manager,    k
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   H. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   "      "
Terminal     $5.50
en' by  the   cons true!
dani and .ii i   nu ���
mi,   following:
The erection ol  a
ailed .inn: ie mi; i.  - ���   ���
with a cn st svldth
a thlckm -���   at  lh
feet in  the uppi c v,
per channel; the d
dent height to rail e
Coquitlam   laki   b;
. plllw ay channel lo
���   v* idi , 12 feel
i-urplu-  -- ' ���
I    And all such t
i i;il w .irk '   thai
| fully nn     effectual
e the afor
I taking.
It i< Intended to In
v"t.   pipe  ��� ^
������ im   toe of
 i ,,.
wiiii   the   City  oi    s
an   to erect a tower
scri cn -   at   the   ti i
from  this toe  to CO
iron pipe sin roil
, deep : rench
a i onnectlon �� I b
New   Westminster,
Tb-   an a  which  v
the rail Ing of the -
acres, of which the i
I not   ��� xi ��� "d $1
i the   approximate
I ,i tantity  of  timber "it thi
ai ea '.sun',,! not -
pei    icre,
1-   Is   pro]
I      ent   li'coi di I
���   ii    lv...   Coq ���
Bunts- n be '"'
I ,',,,'Aer  required   to i      i
her underl
��� .   also   Hi- :
..   to      ���
. I m of   hi   -
taking    ba : be util        ���    ���
��� .   ..-. .
,i   ii. :    ���
hen to appro    . *~
of  '. iproval of lhe 1
or In < lounc I, and 1
roval ol  '���������
ivi ,  do -<i ;"���"���
i! ��� e-tlmate I i o
,:, ,i   OUI   $20  .
Phe Power Compan;
subscribed  befo ���
constructions of i1"
dertaklng nnd woi I
of the powers In tha
by the Water Clau
Act  1897 Par: IV, 01 ���
shares of one dollar ($1.0 I ';:
the   lurther  nnio'nr
ed  to fully compl I
taking will be pro\  I
hundred and nlm ty-i
Iars ($199,000)  to be
British   Columbia   r
Company, Limited, to       >'
pany to be secured by M
of tin,  Powi r  Companj   In   ���
or decimal currencj  i !
or by such other form ol
may be agreed upon
parties.
The time within which A*"1
ther capita] of one i    i-1"1
($l,0oii)   Ig lo I... Bub i ribed '
monllis from tie    I
:
obtate-l
Bank of Montreal
ESTABL1SHKD 1817.
CAPITAL 114,4.0,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and NtWfoundlan 1, and   In   London,   England
Nbw York, Chicago aud  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City,     A
eral banking Business Transacted,
vetter- of Credit iasuud, available wl ti correspondents ln all nart- ot t.h��
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of t> ai.i. upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pi r annum (present ral  I
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
Stores
NMW WESTMINSTER BRANC H.
U.  D.   BRYMNEH,   Minn,',.
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot fire when a lot
of poor coal sends out io beat
at all. It Is economical to buy
our coal, because |t |g 0iean,
goes farthest, makes most heat,
learea very little u b. nnd cost'.-!
no more per ton iban poorer
grades. We deliver it. lo any
part of the city. Full weight
always,    Telephone your order
to UK.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.
Builder- of Mission Furnltttro,
Mantle . etc,
a
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Ca.r Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE TOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenuj and Biackie Street.
certificate of approval ol
Iiik and works.
The said undertal ::
are to be commenced ������
I ation of three month
of obtaining a certificate of jg
i to the same and the   aid ff0"
j be in operation within   <'��
I date of commencemenl of tt
And  upon such m P' cation *
usual ,and  necessarj
and effectually carry   out  *
proposed further n-
applied for, ,
Dated at the City ol W<#��
mn i. com*!
\ D'Wj
the Province of
2ltb day of Deeembe
VANCOUVER   POWER
LTD.
U. ll. Bperllng, i:''
.-ii ��i
EmploglL^
Japanese
CONTRACTOR
and  TRANSLATORS
Help
pro-nfl
Male  and Female
Furnished
COLUMBIA
NEW
and
fJlcf-
Phone  431
WESTMIM'-'--"' *
P. 0B FRIDAY,  JAN.  29, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  JANUARY  29,  1909.
Mail Service
Following ure the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, tbe hoar given in
each  case  being  the hou--  of  closing,
which  is  half an hour,  as  a  rule, be-
Kire the actual despatch.    All mail.-,
nuless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily except Suuday.
I ju, only mails dispatched    and    re-
eived Sunday are the C. P. R. south
nd C, !'��� R. <':lsl mails, not iucludiug
wa)    mails,   Sapperton,   Fraser
nils ami Coqujtlam.
Matis  Despatched.
ii.oo a. in. (closed at eleven o'clock
.   I revlous  night)���-Vancouver    via
\. it. "Owl."
7;30  a.m.���Vancouvei-    and   (except
uesday) Victoria,  via  B. C.  Electric
ilway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all  I.'.
jiuiuts east  and  south, and  points
NOTICE.
Tender for   Supplies-
lb
tv
THE      BURRARD      WESTMUS Tr.H
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will api'!;.   to the Parliament of Can
ada at its next session for an Act ex-
tending   lhe   time   within   which     the 	
Company may commence and complete the Railway the construction ot Sealed lend . [dressed to the un-
which was authorized by the Com- ders.gned at New Westminster, B. d
pany's. Act of Incorporation being, and endorsed on the envelope "Ten-
Chapter 68 of tb- Statutes of Canada jders for SuppU) , wJ1] be receivod up
1HU7, and to authorise tbe Comp-.u..
to enter into anj agreement witn
the Vancouver, Westminster and Vu-
kon Railway Company which is an shiP chandlery, groceries, meata, coal
thorlzed by Section 361 of tbe "i.aii- and rough lumber, required tor the use
way Act" and for other purinses, and | of the Department of Public Works al
authorising the consf-etv'.on of ajNew Westminster, IJ. C, until March
branch line from n  -,;���   -n  in  the main
"Wan.r Llauses Consolidation IL
ct 18Q7 and Amending
to noon of Sam rday, the thirtieth day
of January, 1909,    :.,r    supplying the
ower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
_)��_��.    Kamona
BIG AUDIENCE ENJOYh
THI: DEVIL'S AUCTION
Vancouver  Power   Co.. Ltd.
line authorised, hj lause (c) of subsection s of the Company's Act of Incorporation, t.hence In an easterly and
n-r,::'".;..   direction by the  most   leas-
B   C
31st   1910.
Tb,- supplies furnl hi I must be cf
the best quality of their several kinds
and must be di livi red at the Govern-
Noti
N
;,
De
d.i,,   .���
i.ii plicai
��� ,
Application for Further Cer-
.,    of   Approval.
be
'ale  route  through   Ya;
Cariboo districts to th
j���      i, B.C., via C P. u. south; al_o|lent P��lnt where :i J'"1,lk,n   c:,n
made  with the branch   line    of    the
Yukon   '" accept ih,,, whole or part of any ten
Ier.
tween New Westminster and lluui-
ft, east, Sapperton, and   Fracer
Llllooet and ( ment    wharf, New    Westminster,    or
most conven-  wh,.,,: Bpeclfled ln lU fo,m of ten(JeJ,
The  department  reserves  the right
i
tills.
I S; 10 a tu.    Hlaiue and   Seattle,    m
liv ag all I'. S. points east and smith; ' llne of  -saiu
Ibu all points between New Wesimin-'
L,  and  Blaine, via i!. N, it.
|.\ i,.    Cloverdale aud district (Clo-
Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Aliu-
an : K- i ilngton    Prairie)    Hazel-
I Kells
, bj   given  supplement-
Ice  "1   the -lib  da.-   "I
��� -, that, two weeks after
. . m wlll  bi   v...I      �� ben
uiadi   in . ursuance    to
���   ul  ihe said - lib dn)  ol   De-
l'or a fi" ther cei lift. at.
Carrying freight and passengera to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
at 'J:.30 p.m.; additional trip on Mon-
daj -. leaving at ���  a.m
Returning leave Westham 1-land I
a.m. dally, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m., calling at Steveston as
inducement Offi rs.
Vancouver.  Westminster   and
Railway   Which   ruu-   from   :h"     main
Rallwa)   ' a-ierlv   lo   Kd-
Dated at
30th, 1908.
Vancouv r, B C, I>. cember
TUPPER �� ORIFFIN,
Solicitors for Applicant
Hall's Pralri i     nd
b
pati be,! daily except Sun-
Clayton,     Monday,      'ui   i
sday  an 1     Saturday;     T) n
ird, Wednesday and Sat-
.    Tbi se   mails   are  ail   rev I .    :
as despatched.
��� a.m, - Vancouver, Victoria
Park, via B. C. Electric ratlin    Strawberry  HI I,    Tim-'
I ,:. |   South Westmlnsti r,   Dy
.  (Tin - lay and F**ldaj i,
' lasi Burnaby, by com lei
i ' p.m.���Burquitlam, oy coui I
ii p.m.���Ladner,    Port    Gulc ioi
���ham   I land   and   Sunbury,    daily
pt Sunday; Woodward.    Tuesday,,
to-day and  Saturday, via  steamei
jmrlte, Capt. J. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
i        lespatched and received   via
���jouver.)
|3u    p.m    Vancouver    and     Piper
;, via O. N. R. north.
, v   and Burnaby lake,
. C. lv1 trie railway.   Saturday ,
:tr i ma I is despatched to    Vic
v in Van o iver at this hour.
��� '   le, including all  U.
OUth, via (I.  N.  I!
p.m    C. P. R. ei   ' lerton
Mills an 1 Coquitlam
Thi   twq T. 10 a.in. C.  P. R.
loutl     nd i     :. lake  mail for
nis    from    New    Westminster
NOTICE.
A. REEFER,
Knglnei r.
NOTICE  ia  herebj  given  that the
inco iver   Powi r Company,   Limited,
daj    le] ositi d In   tli"    Land ,;
' iffic    In    I     City   of  Newi 1(
\Vi   ti   u Bi Itlsli    ' 'olumbia, the
plan   and   book  of     eference    of  iis      Dei   i     onl  of   .
Wi-slmin ter-Chlll  i   :    Rallwaj  from  Westminster, l(. C
iwn of Hunl       on  to the City j.	
of   Chilliwack,   passing     through  the
in. chiiii- Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead
of i      ...     .,, be Included in lhe one
approval)  of iis further
undi rtaking in r.ie uiuttei  ol  the con
and op�� raiion of a    ingle or
irack ti amw aj    . i -m  a   point
... ,i  i ho New West minster June
tion a   the Canadian   Pacific  rallwa)
.   v.ini li line to ihi   t'i... ol
New  v, esl ana iter branchi - ofl  to thi
i', .  ,,i   N,-w   Wustmiusti ,    on   point
in .;    ��� lie southed;   end ol   I ,ake
: i' iqul lam,   �� lib   the   in co sai j     idi
Papers inserting this advertisement   .,    ���,,  turnouts and branch,     foi
without  authority   from    the depart* ,    . ,     ; ,,,,..   .,. ,UII., , ,;
mi nt will not be pi   '. I ir it.
The lowest or any tender will not!
necessarily I ���
���-���-.- ... ...
���   ol Water < la isi    Con ioli-
on    \i:,   IS97,   with     ii  ui   ������     all
Forms of tender may be obtained at'i
the oflice of ih,- :��� sldent engineer, Department of Public Works, New West- !
minster, 11. (.'.
pa   .,
j an 1   other  \ i hides udapti -1    lo
and in   ..i.i    . and es    cisi
i     if thi     ��� ������  v ,i forth I       ���
���
tc V
nua      ; *
N ' 1
1909
oih, i
"i
mln,'nil    an
. ��� i - l
;.,      :   . and     ire,
i"i  bi
1
At MOREY'S
A Splendid line of First
Class Stationery -Pa-
peteries.
Pads and Envelopes
in Eaton-Hurlbut's best
grades.
AT Morey's
BIG BIM STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
*<��__��
K . and the town of Huntingdon
and ill- cltj of i Ihllltwack, b< Ing sec-
I'.ms four i ! i an l fli ��� (5) ol the sa a
. . ay as ahoii n i m the said pian
and appro i by the i 'hief Conimts-
:��� of Lan Is and Woi its for the
P    . nc    of liritish  Columbia.
Dated   this    12th   flay  of  January,
1909
A   li. BECK,
Solii nv  tor   V..n. ouvi
pany. Limited.
.-   Powi r  Com-
ynopsis     of     L.ir.ic: .-...
Homesteaa   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do
uiinion  lands In  Manitoba,  Saskatch-
Regulations.
\i.> available Dominions lands wiih-
i*. tho railway bolt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
**ho is the sole bead ol a family, or
any male over 18 y< irs o: age, to the
extent' of one-quarter section oi lUO |
acres, more or loss
Entry must be  u,..d. ... lly  at
iho local land office foi be 11 trie In
which the laud is s tui ti . Entry by :
proxy may, however, e made on certain conditions by thi fa ber, mother,
son, daughter, brothe** or sister of an
Intending boiaesteader.
The homesteader is K |Uri 1 to 1" '
form the conditions connected  there
with    under    one    of the    following
plans:
(ll At least six mourns' residence
upou and cultivation ol the land m
each   year  for three  years.
(2)    lf the father (or mother, if the   ,
a,i    v.  ihi   i" ,,  or power of anil   i
icli   team, i lecti Ic   wad     i   othei
nv ive   pov rr  as  the  I    u mu
'       \ edioui
Ui i  upon  sui a application  all    ihe
usual   and   v ��� ���    ai ���   povt ei
and   effectuallj   carrj    out     the      .  ,i
 1   :',;��� '.'���     .   ���   'taking   w
lied for
Dated n ('It*  of Vancouvei
th" Province ol it Itl h Columbia, the
25th day of  lan ia  ���   A.D   1909.
VANCOUVER POWER  CO..   LTD.
l(   H. Sperllni ral managei
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
The   Devil,    Mephisto,    Satan   call
him   what   you    will    always    draws.
Last  night  "Thi   Devil's   \      on'    at
the  opera   house certainly   proved    a
draw Ing card, the house ;>- li       i    ���
From  gallei j   to  stalls   ; lu   audi, no ,
one  and  all,  enjoyed  man)   a  heart)
laugh,    i'h" performance Is a fani i
tic  in \i.,:,   ,��f the good old   En,
pantomine, u variet)  pi i forniani ,-> and
.,  comic opera.
The i a-i la length)     i    scenery el
fective  and the dancing  girl    prett)
gi iceful   an I   young      rhe  come Hans
aii.i i be w Ire rope performei -  .v  e a
distinci lean,re of the show and weri
accordingly    so    receivi d      Fraulein
Prager, the premier danceuse and her
1 corps-,Ie iallei did excellenl work, and
I the color  blending of costumes    and
[mechanical    electric    effects    adding
; beauty to    the    various nun     in   a
j most  artistic manner    The transtor-
n ation   -> ene at  -he conclu Ion    was
io -iily a little disappointing to those
of the audience who app , i lati    that
Kind    of   scenic   effect,   but    taken
throughout .the  performance of   The
Devil's Auction" wa - one of consldi r
able merit.
Brewster's   Millions.
With a record run of almost a v ar
"ii Broadway, "Brewster's Million '
present) d b\ the Cohan & Hai rl eu
e i ana with Robert Ober in thi lead
Ing rob . will .- i!i" bill at the opi ra
i , "ii Thursday, Februar) 11 I in
play ��a �� ltd a aud pi oduced bj
'���' lerlc I'eoiiiv. a ol i homp ion &
11 ��� ��� is, ,-elous creati        md
nihil ������  ol  1.  I,    Park,  C j   I   a
'��� llllions" ni ido an In
bil   "i   i. .n Ion.    \, w   i ���
1 'h cn  ,i anil oilu    la   ���..  ell le ���
\K
NOW   ON  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONEHV STORE
J G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia   Street.
TENDERS.
Tenders
leiial     and
���,   aud   district  ew;l!1 UUll Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,  father is deceased),    o."   the    bonie-
llan.y.i   The 2:30 p.m. C.P.
patch  ��� ; Lower Frasei
ii ii tiara exeoiit Pitt
P . Port Hammond,
r's     r,>. v rs,    Mission     Cit;
and  Harrison    Hot    Sin' m
I'oit Moody aud Barnet 	
���i V rn ouver and R. P R. mails
Received.
��� due  and    Senile,
S. points, via G.  N.
j'     o ll  a.m,    Strawberrj  HI
pourler i'i'.. -day and Friday),
a.m.    \ .ni: ouver snd  Victoi la,
C, Klectric railway.
I        'a    Burquitlam, by cou. Ier
1 P1"    Blaine and  Seattle,    In-
Hn ', all r. S. points; also ail points
��� Burnaby, by courier,
0  a iii.    Vancouver,   via  G.  N. R
-���""  to  11:00  a.m.���Ladner,   Pori
fh.ui. We. tham  Island and  i'1'm
Thursday  and Saturday)   Wood-
fii. via steamer Favouilto, (Steves-
patched and received via Van '
fer.) ������ I
1   to   I   p.m.���C.   P.   U.   east,
a. I'i i er  Mills and    Coqult-
not reservod, maj be homesteaded by steader resides upon a farm in the
any person who is the sole head of a vicinity of the land entered for. the
family, or any male over IS years ol requirements as to resilience may be
age, to the extent ol one-quarter sec- satisfied by such person residing wltn
.um of 160 acres, mure or 'ess. the father or mother.
Application tor entrj must ue (3) If the 3ettler has bis p< rman-
oiade in person by tbe applicaut at ent residence upon farming land own
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub- ed by him In t'ae vicinity of his home-
agency for the district In which the stead, the requirements us to resl-
land is situate, Entry by proxy may, uence may be satisfied by residence
lowever, be made at an agency on upon the said land.
ii ltaiii conditions by tbe father, moth- six months' notli e in writing eboutj
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of be given to the Commissioner ol Dom-
in intending  homesteader. .Inion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
1 be homesteader Is rejulred to per-   app*y f0r patent
form the homestead duties under one      COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
if ihe foi owing plans' leased for a period of twenty-one years
ll)    At  bast six months'  residence  ftt   an   ;Hinl:u* rental   of   $1   per  acre.
jpon  and  cultivation of ihe land In Not   more   t)^n 2560 acres slia'!   be
leased to one Individ ia] or company.
''" R"   A royalty at the rat,  of five cents per
ton shall be collected on    the    tnT-
coal mined.
W. W, COltY.
:   ��� In    "i a   hlii-i   v   ma
i ��� !,  i ��� ��� i v '   ;,     ���, 1     , ��� 111 ��� ��� 11.
and door 11 n ainlng thlrtj  i 10
cubic j ard'- more u Ti nd       io
I .��� ni eosi pi i yai d. Plan and p, i i
lie.oi,jus may lie seen at the office ol
Walker ��-.- Peers, Edmonds Station, it
. E It . on Monday, Feb. I, 1909
The low.--I ,, ai, -��� nd. noi iii ces
irily accepted
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for    CONRAD,    CARCROSS,    VI'LIX.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dall) trains (excepi Sunday)
carr) Ing pas u ngci b, mall, ��� xpress  tnd
freight   < onm ct   ��Ith   sta ������     at   < lai
cross  and   Whlti   Mors.., maintaining
a thorough wiiii.     service.
For Information  apply to
I   ll. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
NOTICE.
I il.-   uol , ���   thai   I. C. W.   I' ,   ton
of Vancou vi r, B, c, intend tto appl)
to  tin   iion   iii,, f i lommlssioner
Lands and  \\ orki  for a 21 year grazing   lease   on   the  following   described
land    , nn   ,irv. ,n  a post on    tbi
��� a      ihoi e "'  /..na .   island,  about    a
mile    -oinii oi ihe mouth of   <Jul i
thenci    ve I   ,i loss ih,- Island,
Pori   Simpson ,ii ; ��� ,  ,   i in ace  north-
il)   .' : 11    and   nuthi rly    following
; the shore Un.   io polnl  of coinm.
j menl.
No,   2  l"a ���     Si irting al  a   po
' the S   E. corner of lease No. 1     I
wesi across the Island, thence follow
ing the  shore Bouthei ly, ��� a lei ly and
northerlj   to polnl  of commencemeni
Island,   Pori   Simpson    dis-
on  Zayi
l rici
C   W   PRESTON
Januar).
r.mii
md  cultivation of ib
each  year  for  three  years.
c:i    \ nomesteader may,
i-'siri-.s, perform the    required
deuce  duties   by   living  on
resi
ence amies  oy  living on    farming cna_table
laud owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Jolni
���wuership in land  will uot meet this
requirement.
(3)   if the father (01 mother, if tira
father la deceased) of a homesteader
n.is permanent residence ou farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) aens In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
m  a homestead  entered  for  by bim
Deputy n? the Minister ot 'he interior
'El
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
UVUU UG_��c$q��___i
When sending fi
country by buylni
savi
r Lieti li in tdie old
ticket-,     at     this
money and prevent
In tbe vicinity, such homesteader may  office you wl
perform  his own  residence duties by   (]eiay,
liring with the father (or mother). fjjastbound Empress sails from
(4)    Tne term "vicinity" ln the two  Joh_  F(,b   ,, ,md  26     0al]  foT.
preceding  paragraphs  Is   defined    as      ujars
ED. OOULET,
St.
par-
Trade Marks
OOI-NS
COPVRI0MT3 &C.
' 'one nenillne �� SkBt-b ��nd il^nrrlptlin may
"If- nui'irlHlii cir ��,plnl,,n free-hi-rlicr an
" .il'.n la probnl.ly twiienliit*l<__,'.'""".M"o""**
ii'iiictlyiiMiiiiini'iml. HftNDBOOK >." I'ai^nt-
" 'r.'B. <fUltant Been," rorserurmif liatontH.
'���'���in liken tlmui'li Btuiin X l> receive
oaltiofire, ��ltti,)utoli��rno, In tlie
scientific flttiericatt.
i,r.,lKi.nuly Ulnrrtl-ted wi.enly. Lai'iinnt clr-
'.f my pcieorino looroal. Ternui for
...T.r. a year, pealn_�� prepaid.    S'.'ld by
pHNsiSo_M1BM,,*w��' Haw York
meaning not more tkun nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive o' the width
of road allowances crossed in 'he
measurement.
(5) A bomesteadei Intending W
perform bis resident e duties in ac
cordance with the above while living
with [larents or on farming lnnd owned by himself must notify tbe agent
for the district or such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing -in-1
ue given to the Commissioner of D��-
minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
lo apply for pateut.
W.  W. I'OI'Y.
Deputy of the Minister o' th- Interior
Agent
Vi~
THE
ADvnKTISK
���  IN ���
D  A   I   L  V       N
*��-
E W S
I, Vh J" *-��., Willi,i
.��. c
Ir YOU War,
Situation.
"The Milwaukee"
, "The   Pionee.-  Limited-,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City  to Chicago.
No   trains  In   the   service   on     any
railroad   in   ihe   world  ihat   equal   In
equipment  thai   of   the  Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.  Paul   Railway.      They
own   and  operate   their  own  Sleeping
and dining oars on all th-ir train-- and
give   their  patrons   an   excellence    of
1 service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. a. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder, Portland. Or.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
IN
HE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home   Paper.
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
\'oi Ii ������   Is   l" . ebj    ui\ .ii   thai
pai Ini i ship    In  ��� lofoi ������     existli
twe. n     iv.    'la-    undei signed,    I - ���
n '    ,i      To       \\ ostnrnsv!'     \\    ���
working i 'om ian    ha i this   daj  "���
dissolved    by    mutual     consent,    P
T.   Rhode i   retiring,     Ml  dele    owl
mi tin     ���  ;    irti      tiiji are tp be .
io   Jaille-i    Bl oolu -.    and     ill    cla
igalnst th       Id   i.artnei -hip are to I ���
presented to the   aid .lame, Brookes,
by  \\ houi  tin     i'ii.-- will    be      etl ���
Dated at Si w WeJtinin ti
d ���    of .liiini.'i i, 1909.
I wil'S BROOKES
D I KIEL T. RHODES
Witness;   C   HAMBEH
Westminster
Transfer Co.
n-Tice 'Phone 18..     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   tc
any part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
Take notice :hat D. .1. McQuarrle, of
I N,w Westminster,    ll. C, occupaticm,
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase tte
: following described lauds In the dts-
trlct of New Vi'esttunlster:
Commi iio-i.^  at a i^'st planted   ������'
i the   - -uthwest     corner   of    lot    1390.
\ thence e_st to northwest corner of lot
1 162, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, wester';,*
and norherly to jsdnt of commen, ��� -
ment,  containing  ioo acres  mor.
less.
DANIEL JOHN McQUARMH,
Pi ������ JOHN F. RAGGS,
Agent.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY  29   19Q,
THE DAILY NEWS   -|
Published by the Daily News Pub-
f.ihing Company, Limited, at their
.i.'fices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
t.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY,   JANUARY   29.   1909.
MISSING   AN   OPPORTUNITY.
\\.  ,- mnoi but rcgrel thai followin ',
the deabte n<  'he last meeting of the
,(,:,i'.i of trade no steps wer.   taken to
Invite Mr. D. l> Mann over lore when
it was known he was on the coast, and
bad   been   Interviewed   at  Vancouver.
The  Canadian  club, of  VlCtorln,     lias
been addressed by the vice president
of the Canadian Northern system, and
certain  promises   of  a  general   nature
made.
It  ma;   uol  yet be too late tor the
,..;  i iii/.. ns   io . xieinl   .ii   Invlia
tion,    d  thai   Mr, Maun   ma)   biuisell
i* ii   the advantages of ihe Fraser Vul-
ey  [or railway development, and  this
ort for freighl terminals. Wc   ire toi I
i, -ecu!', il   options   on    i mil     ; I
Vane, iver, but all those   experienced
In   real  e state  nan motion i  know how
much value may be altai hed lo such j
innouncementis.
The   advantages  of   Nam oui er   l ir
.-������curing the statements of influential
travellers have been pointed out again
and again In these column?, and while
the city has mis-ed a number of opportunities, it  oiiL'hi  noi  to lose this;
.me, when the benefit to the city in
ibe years to come cannot be over estimated.    Westminster lias the finest
,-ites for  industries   in   the   province,
md   industrial   concerns     must    have
cheap transportation.   Spurs are needed io the mills, and canneries, and if
we could secure another transcontinental   railway   tapping    tbe     prairies,
with the opening of the western grain
route, elevators here are but a matter
of  lime.    While  on   this  question  we
ire glad to note that the city is sending a  delegate-  to  the  Calgary    con-
ferertee  next   week called   by   the  Alberta    government   to discuss    grain
growing   and   marketing  of   crops   in
the mis
judge CASSELS' REPORT.
"Get the Habit.
Market Day
Specials
"Emerald" Cups and!6Bapti
0 l gationalists,    compar
Saums   $ldoz.
against
with four; three Americans
three, and three Scotchmen a- against
three;   Soillll   American,   Olle.      ]n      ^J
Ugion th. House Is made up 0f 70
Roman Catholics, the same as the last
11,,, ,; 50 Methodists, compared with
lit; 46 Presbyterians, compare,! wjtn
17; 11 Augiicans. compared with 12;
compared with 7; 3 Congre-
red with 2; 1
Lutheran, and i Farrlngton Independent, same as last   House, and  1  \ew
"Emerald" seven inch 1Unlversallst	
Plates
$1 doz.   Minneapolis. St. Paul
The Pair'     andChka?0
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the .- ime
STATISTICS  REGARDING
MAKEUP  OF  COMMONS
Ottawa, Jan. 28.���Excluding the vacant Beats for Carleton and Comox-
Atlln, and one for Ottawa being fl I
by Sir Wilfrid Laurii r, statistics compiled today -Imw thai the pri .-��� nl
House of 2is members consists of - <'���
native born Canadian! compared with
200 in the old House; six Englishmen
as compared with four In the last
House;   two Irishmen,    as    compan n
THE TRAIN OF FA.Ml-:
THE        NORTH-WESTERN,        ltd.
Embodies ihe m west and I est ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY, it is lighted with both
electriclt) and gas; the mosl brillianl
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private comparti
ment cars, standard 10 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
. i u's iseats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cai b.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders,  or   any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
;_,, Second Avenue. Seat;!.., Wash,
"_����?-S��__l__-,'_-'^^^
D��C*iz* Rt
We've
Stirred
Tow
j   ?   w v_ , tin   I the i' v ii and �������� don't ��onih
When high grade Clothing*,   Headwear and   Haberdashery
���s .-   such  :   IgmentS of pric     as We are now Belling ;i.
ll . ,.,      ti tnge that the  whole  town   i    talking a out our
sale.
Have you km getting your share at
this banquet feast?
Ken,' lii.h-r this Sale   Will   last   bul   lv\"    '
arv 31st Is po dtlvely the last da)
LEFT FOR YOUR CHOOSING.
*'j;,.i���, i ivi rcoal    for .  $18.75  I $ 10. 10 Sul
.-���    .,        it    toi -  $15.00   ' $22.00 Suit foi $16.50
$13.00                     foi      $11-25 $18.00 Slill for .$13.50
I12.O0 Overcoats  foi   ...$9.00 $10 - S  [te tor ..      . $7.53
Soft and Hard Fell Hats.
A car will leave Vancouver office at 12 midnight, Tuesday, February 2, and Wednesday, February
3, for the accomodation of Westminster people who may wish to
attend the Vancouver Opera House
to witness the performance of
"Ben-Hur."
$3.00 Hats foi
$2.50 Hats for
$2.00 Hats for
.$2.25
$2.00
.$1.50
Men's Heavy All-Wool Underwear
in al] Slzi
*7 ���" Und ���   ill at ..
J.'. 00 Under        ii
$4 09 Undi r uli   il
$2.60 Undersull   ���
$5.:.
$3.7!
!
$2.C
Come in and let us show vou the sort of bargains that we're sure will bring
you back again and again.
REID & CO.
NOBBY CLOTHIERS FOR MEN.
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The counl ry       to bi   c ngratulated
upon the repori �� hlch M:. Justice i
has  I ""ii  enabled   to  pi ���  en   to
i'.u vim, in a     :-.  resull of tii i invi
gations into  the  Marine   Dapartnient,
This may  sei in g  sl range  thing    lo
,,.. when ii ha - to be admitted thai
repoi i   rei   v- a  i onditlon of af-
which I; u ���  bring the blush   of
.vim,.   ��� , ever) public servant in the
employ of ihi        ���/.,   of Canada when
hi   pauses   to  think  that   any of his
-agues hai    b en guilty   of   the
offences which Judge Ca sels has bad
to investigate and report upon.
But  there .. e    ometimes blessings
. disguisi. and it Is ��������� be hope 1 that
Judge 'a- els   report  will  prove one
of them.
It   i i   satisfac or)   because   the  majority   of   the   men   against    whom
ges wi n   pn i. rred   or perhaps it
o   i be  bett ...    insinuated��� i
out "f ��� b     oi ' al    wit ti   clean
hands and unst iin   ' honor.
Ii  Is   - al i-f ictory  becau ���   It   pi ici s
the  blame for  the  maladministration
lepartmem   where  ii   ;.' longs,
who should have i on
-:���!< ted   the di       "        upon    hon< 11
'-. I] ��� , the  Liberal Govern-
upon  at owei   In    18915
Mil-    I     ..
ll i-   ..iti-; M lecausi   ii   relieves
my knowb !���������,��� of thi
rtment,
....
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rurated 1 lepai tmenl   since
Mr. Bordeur
It   will   al ��� factor)     ;f    ii
awaken * the , il.ll. conscience to the
knowledgi of tl faol iha :- i innot
'���\p' ct i,s servants to have a higbei   U^
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A FEW REMARKS
-ON ���
BOYS' SHOES
School
That
Can
Best:
Shoes
Money
Buy
The
The impression exists that this store is the best place to buy School Shoes
Jjfej impression is correct.    We have earned the reputation by selling our trade
JJJ only such durable, well-built, comfortable, good-looking Shoes as we can back
Qj by a guarantee.   Note these prices:
EC! Boys' heavy Boston Calf school boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair .$1.50
S3 Boys' Blucher water-tight boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $2.00
J_y Boys' best box calf Bluchers, made with bvass-quilted soles, per pair... .$2.50
fQ Youths' Scotch grain, double sole, hand
m
as i ouths' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13, per pair $1.50
MacKays  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Rinding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J, MacKay & Co.
News Dealer-
Booksellers
Stationers
What do you
know about
made boot, per pair $1.75
i
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m PARENTS: *
Girls' school boots in box calf and kid,
made with double soles, regular
$2.00 goods, for ' $1.50
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Ask for the ''Instructor'
'ihoe
ideal of tm-i<.- methods than i pos- QJ S}-eg g to lo 1-2, made "nature-shaned,"
s-.-edbv .iu-iivei-ap-busines. ���,;,���     r>vs        box calf Bluchers, per pair
Thr report is in man) respects
justification of the policy of the Liberal Governmenl since it came Into
power in 1896 li justifies the expendl-
tin. and thi work of the L.lg_t_ous.
Board. Ii justifies th ��� abolition of the
patronage system ',;. Mr. Brodeur, and
It recommends tin < xti n ; n of the
nen syHtem of pur hnse to the other
departments of th Government, indeed to the Government ns n whole.
The Govei um. nt Is to be congratulated upon Its choice of ;> comml--
loner. Thnt commissioner Is to be
congratulated uijpn the manner in
ivlilch h" Im- accomplished his work.
\nd ihe country i-- to be congratulated
upon ihe fnci that so small a proportion oi the employees of an important
���Pei'ii-tinent have been found worthy
ni ( mdemnatlon. -Ottawa Free Pre-.,
$1.75
THE STORE FOR
SCHOOL SHOES
Sweater Coat
-7
Nothing?
Well, try one, and know
what comfort is.
Everyone wears one, why
not you?
New lines just to hand,
$2.25 to $4.50 the coat.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Si&n of the Big^Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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209-211  Columbia  Street FRIDAY,   JANUARY   29.   1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
t-AGt;  l-lVK
lhe Cash Stores
���J
fi
T. H. Smith
The rash Stores
FINAL
Record - Breakers
for January
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News
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BUlVlFv   Did   You  Hear Something
i
^^^^^   Drop? ^^^^^^
U": "  wninioUon In p  ,     .,,  ������.,.-��� than ln Italj  .,, t!u, ,.,...,,���, |i.i,.;h.
Everything sold  for cash al startllnglj  low  prices -See  postei
"""''  "" rcaI13  :' ' :   i dresser and stand.    VV,   can give you    an Im-
meti o s, lei Hon  from $9 BO up,
���"���'   ":,:   :  '���   ��� decent rocker?    We can give you a  - -
'"" '' ���'   !linl   ��>cker,    olid oak,  from $2 50 each up.
',V:l! "  ��P and come with  the crowd to
I which was found at Sunbury, j " "*''-��� il lin(' <"_. to the Jomon River | i-t-UiCl D   T UmilUrC   l__l_ri DO 1*111 ITI
'���ini! -:'  ipanj   im $14,000  for tow    T ,,,���, .-. r /A/1I.
AH dealers handle "B. C." and "Old   In lrom ���, ���,.������-,   --____ b BUM. K, COLUMBIA ST., NeW WeStmilHo'-   B C
Sport"   cigars,    ibe   old   reliable,',;,    ,,, \    ���, Opposite Lome Street    Phone 7"?
brands.
Mr.  Justice   Morrison  will   hold   au-      in,. Karl has replaced the tug Bea
preme coun   chambers  today. ,,-,, ;   |he (.   N   R   )Vi.r>
The i Itj  ,.' Ici   will be glad if   the ���   -  from  this  city  to
owner will ci dn   t pUrse with a li    -   '" iver   Island,  the  cause
I sum of money in cash and bills ie, it,   " " orted sale  ol  the  Bea-
"''''"��� :l fine tug, 10 the Jordon River
I,un
A Clean Sweepout of Odd Lines in
Women's Underwear.
75c VALUES FOR 35c.
All our 75c Women's Hygienic  \\ ive   Vea a and  Drawers    in    all
, .,  . colors  white and natural, will  be cl ared out    at    one    pric.
nely    35c per garment
Going Out of W. B. Corsets.
REGULAR $2.50 CORSETS FOR $1.25.
whit.' only, sizes -1 to 30.   The fa  101    W. B. Ereci Form n	
eason for going out of this niake Is tl i           do   not    wish   to
le too many brands.    Regular $2.50 for   $1.25
[NOTE���We are special agents for
Royal Worcester, Bon Ton and Di-
rectoire Corsets.
Does this Table Damask Special
Interest You?
$6.00 CLOTH   WITH   NAPKINS  TO   MATCH. $3.75.
\ beautiful mercerized Damask Ta '.-   I  oth, size    two    by    three
;.        hemi        cloth has  nli      elf In with  handsome floral and
pot centn     twelve napkins  In the dinner size go with this    cloth.
���i ��� gn in the cloth      i ..-  i    bance that every thriftj
'.
�����, Iti -ini. r  $6.00,  now  for $3.75
,....
IBti.  ,
rili':   of   police    Mcintosh has re- ~ =	
Custoni    "il1"''   '���'*���   A-   B0Wen'   '"'   celveda  replj   from Deputy Attorney.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������*�������������������������������������������������������������������������������
^ner, seized live    bead    of    cattle General McLean with reference to his    '   ���_> ��� _���_ - _-< _ , _ Z
which had been  iggled ln from the complaint thai    .6:~ra�� not informed
other slde la '  Saturda3 of the inquest al the B ('  penltentiarj
The annual  meeting of   the    Deltal0" _Moi"lay.    The    department    will  J
farmers' Instil itc  u ill  be held  tbmor-
ro~  afternoon nl ihe council chamber,|
i Bargains  for Saturday \
4 _, .._��� />.,..     o  ... -
I. dner. al
For first-class cut bowers and    anj
','   kind    of    Floral      work,     telephone
Davies' G-reenhou e, B208. ���*
A public i".   liiif* v. ill bi   a. Id in the
; town hall, Ladner  tomorrow afternoon
al  throe o'clock,  w li"ii  the water pro-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ (lev, ��� Wil
'.- Capt. I'm, ndrlgh, an i the pit*   _���
police will  be  informed   v ���     ol
i a'l Inquests   ;o   lie  held   in   the    city
Bi  i   annua     n eting  ol the'
I- '������        Wil!.-'    Nu is, ,i" foi.   ���
,,,v' ���" were api ointi il dlrectoi -    for ��s
'"'     ��� ir  1900:  J. J. J    pl ,S| |< nt;   ��
C   1" Sprott,   vice-president;
.lone.
i ositlon   w ill   i,i    plai ed
. lectoi s   for dlsi a   don.
el ire    the
The annual   mi eting ���     the C
lam i'a. men ' lu titute ��ill be held tonight at the Junction, to elect offlci ,
r.  �����:. ���
vi, lar.i .    I'.   K.   Ci a.   I'.   .1.   A
Hart,  L.   Claude   Hill, P   \v.
shaw  ami G   Evi ry-Clayl
Crank. $
X
one Stanley player piano.
beautiful mahogany case, regu
lar price $700    Saturday special
$17,*,
The luarriag. took pl ici iu Seattle
on Wednesday of a well known young
lady  of  this   city,   Mi~s   Edith   Stout. 4
Several piano case organs,
regular 1 rice $150. Saturday
special $100.
en.- Dominion piano,   beautiful walnut  .-as,, regular    pric
175,   Saturday  spei inl * li U
tin,' Dominion piano, beautiful    mahoganj     case, rei
price    $475     Saturday Bpei la!
$.50,
one Dominion walnui case
piano, regular price J-ff.ii. Satur
day special $325.
SPOT   CASH   ONLY.
**���
���
and  cnsiier amalgamation  with  thejonly daughter of   James    Stout    ,11-
Coqultlam Agricultural Society. ,,���.,,.  flll.  the  ,,r(>vil,,   ,:   a  . ���-, ,-,���.
Clear   Havana   cigars  of    exclusive) the_ln*a.ne'   and   c-l',t    A    McDonald,
merit���the  "Brillante,"  mad.  by  tbe
B.  C.  Cigar  factory. **
���    1    ll   xrMn_r_,C B*S Music House  ]
I    J.    ll.      I KJUIJ   O COLUMBIA  ST \
-"������* �����*+<>�����+����������������<>��� ����4 ;*>4***4*V44444444444444<
I of Seattle.    The ceremony   was    performed    In    the    Fir*   Presbyterian
I church, Seattle, by Rev. Dr. Matthews.
\. ll. McQuarrlo, assessment commissioner, is busy on the city roll,
which has to be completed in another
month, The assessment returns will
be Bevera] thousand dollars in- advance of  1908,
The civic officials w ere bus;      istsr
iy figuring out the estimates for the
At the public "meeting on the Coquit-
1 lam 'Inn question, F. '!. Glover, assistant manager of the is. C, E. 1!. re-!
fei���",. 1 to the company's advertisement
in ia- "Standaid ot Empire" adverlIs-
ing the district to settlers, striving to
Interest people with capita! to Invest.'
This  paper   Is  a   weekly with a  large
year,  and   tonight   the    city    council| circulation.    It   is  printed   in   London,
' Eng., and in Toronto. C E Sands, of
ibis liiy. has recently been appointed
local agent for this publication.
$12.50 Misses' Suits for $6.95
1 The bill  al   ..
lull . $10 50   ?11 50 a  d  $12 50
.$6.95
T_ H. Smith's
���
Big January Sale
I meets In committee to commence the
work of examination of the details,
which  will  naturally  Involve  arduous
work  for    i vi . .1  iive'in'-'s.
Try   Hans   Vaglsang   Poultrj   i ih. i.
i It's th" hesi.    It's iii- stuff all peoj li
I keeping poultry should use.    Vt  .-
, grocers and di igg **
Rev, Dr. S. I'. Chown ��ill lecture to
night at Quei is 11 enui i li ircli on
"Soclall in and the i cbing of < uri^t."
11-  i iv.. a      i (inducting a tour In the
��� in Mi,- Intei the   oclal andjwtll consist of fanners, track buyers,!
moral   reform   work   ol   ll     Methodist I railway officials, elevator owners, and
chinch.
Knock  the  cover off _ io*. of  "B. i
c." cigars and try one.   It wlll make;
** - ___________________    _____________
, lain this evening between V. A. C. and
The Vulcan Iron  v.. rks has secured. Westminster teams.   The s.nior game
the contract tor ovei muling the boiler la sure "' '"' closely contested, as the
or the tug Sea Woll and yesterday r��.lvlsltora  in'"  il   speedy   quintette  and
moved  it from tlie  bold,  preparatory
��� i repairing ii     This Is a new    de>
At a special meeting of the council
of the board of trade held yesterday
morning, ii was decided to request
the pn si,|,.nt. J A. Cunn . -ham, to
attend the conference in < ilgary on
February '���'. and I, called by tho Al-]
berta government, on the growth and
marketing of grain, parlicularlj   with
��� i ence  to  i he  ��  itern  outlet  now
under consideration.   The conferenci
���  . rs interested In the grain  trade,
C"ii id. cable Interest is being taken
in   lb.   two   basketball games   to    be
��� ���
Just Arrived ..
Bran.
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.
O.  Drawer  100.
Buy Your Groceries from
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
:',  11 is. creamery  butter   -   -   -   $1.00
Canned salmon, "i cans for   ���    -        25
" "      the best quality, tin 15
Baking  Powder, Blue  Ribbon,
per can   ��� 	
Baking Powder, Schillings Best
Extracts,   Lemon   and  Vanilla,
best brand 8 oz. bottle
adies:
the locals have a reputation for swift
and accurate shooting which they In-
parture   in   repair   work   locally,   andItend to maintain, irr_specttve of   thej
more business with tug owners i-  ex- j s,,,,r" wh,cn ,ht'-v nm>' ,'"11 "l' ���'-'i"-t ! PllOlie 97     -
, j-.-j their opponents.    The match between   _____________
the two Intermediate teams, which is
For table decorations and   wedding |scheduled    to    commence    at    eight
bouquets���a specialty. King up   Tidy, I o'clock, will be a good preliminary to
the Florist, 184. **    |the main event.
���jo
51)
Mince Meat, per   package   -   - 10
Klondike Soap, I bars   -   -   - 20
Eclipse Soap, per cartoon (> liars 20
Toilet Soap, 8 cakes to box   -   - L0
Tea (Soagulla  sold at   40c per
package)   special   -   -   -   - 35
Flour, per .sack  1.65
-   PROMPT DELIVERY.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Our entire stock of Ladies' and
Children's Ready-to-Wear
Goods on Sale.
special this Week
I Pacific Meat Market
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I
Phone 192
McMEMMY 8 ANDERSON
Columbia St.
I
Ladies' Silk and Net Blouses,
regular prices from $4.35 to
$12.00.   Sale prices,
I       WATCH REPAIRS.      ]
1 r -^^^^^_________-1-  ������-____________.. 11 v>     ic
���
Have you a watcli that is giving you trouble?   If ���
J so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good ���
Here's a Toast
To the insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and who insure your property for less
than others.
. ���
��� order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEt ���
���
:
t ACCURATE TIME!
The  Jeweler
UP.
)nly a limited number  of these blouses, so come
early and get the choice.
A. J. BIR TCH
I'THE WHITE HOUSE."     275 Columbia Street.
! W. C. CHAMBER LIN
X COLUMBIA   8TR--T,    NEW WESTMINSTER
4       .-' ile agent for the Longim-s and Hamilton Watch Movem-tita.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
N��W       OF P. HALL.
Eightn  and   Agne�� Streets.
Hoiiis: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 to B; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skatcn for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
Everything   you   need  for  the   Family
Dinner at
The Moody Park Store
Also���
Butter, 3 lbs. for $1 00, and a full as-
soitinont Ot Seasonal'!,  GW
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All the companies I represent are reliable Canadian companieg with enviable reputations for the prompt pay-
mtm of losses, and they charge less
for good risks than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will bo convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE YOU   MONEY.
ALFRED   W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
M ^STRONG BLOCK
W. H. SMITH,
Corner 8lxth Av�� and Tenth
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY  29,
1909,
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CANADIAK
PACIFIC
RAILWAY. COMPANY
OommeiiCing January 1st tram for
Seattle will leave dally at 9.13 am;
train for all points Ka-.t at 3.20 p.m ;
train  fur  Agasslz at T..12  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points,
Reservations made for first class
sleepers  touri-*. and steamer cabins,
The Edison Theatre1 BOY RULER Of CHINA
Corner Columbia and  Eighth. |jj   |\LI UHI tD    DEAD
High Clas-3 Moving   Pictures,    Illustrated Songs.    Program changed Mor. Confluent   SmallpOX   Said to
day, Wednesday and Friday. J^e (JaUse of Demise ~Cen
special Matinee  mi*  Ladies  and sor Suppresses Information
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
afternoon with other conferences for
women, college student--, Sunday
school workers and others.
The Congn ss committee opened
beadquai tei - In !" office building In
Toronto with H. K, Caskey of New
York in charge and arc planning for
L'iiihi regular commissioners and sev-
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I Young People,    Attention!
Vui    .in receive
instruction In night class.
Columbian College
eral hundred honorary commissioners 11   .    AR|THMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE i
'J   SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,*    LAW     PENMAN.'J
TokyoJ an.    -"������Reports   received
,.   through   private     sources     trnm
For further particulars ana reservu-',
t'ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. POSTER,
Asst.  lien!.  Pass.   \gt.   Vaneouvr.r.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits  made to  Order.
Columbia   nnd   Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
v  '
rrlved���Full and complete stock Granltaware, In all tho very
Igns, and at  the low--t   possible   prices,    Call   In and   In-
tock;  no trouble *o -how same.
composed of guests from ihe States,
students in theological seminaries and
pastors of Canadian churches.
NOTICE.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A.   Hardman.
A.   James. J.  McClughan.
WHEN   YOU  BUY   A
Pekln say bat the Chinese boy em-
: ��� ni Pu Vi Is dead, it is known that
he has  n ill and it has been reporter! that li ��� was suffering [rom con.
fluent smallpox.
Tbe rumoi of the Chinese emperor's
death has gained wide circulation and
is  14i\. n much  CU'd. nee here.     Ii   Is ini.
possible to obtain a confirmation or
a convincing denial of the report from
the Chinese officials at Pekln,
It  is customary for the Chinese    10
keep secret the death of ihe emperor|CUj   )lall   N���w  Westminster, Jan
until those about  him have arranged .ago
their plans and  tor this reason it    is'       ,
not sin prising that the rumor cannot
be confirmed,
Pn Vi was but six years old when
he became emperor last fall, He was
a trail child all his life and it Is said
that after the death of the dowager
and the emperor, Qwang Bu', In spite
of his extreme youth be was worrivi |
by the incidents and seemed to realize NOTICE.
the burdi n that bad fallen to him.
li is feared that other members ol
the royal household maj  b<    affected
SHIP.
All or any part of the above. Tuesday and   ,
if    from 7 to
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ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
.ft.,.;';:...::; ..-:'; ���������:    '<"     '*
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Notice  Is  hereby  given   thai   a   reward of $250.00 will be paid by    the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Corporation of the City of New West
minster for Information that will ban   n*o*0*040*0*00*0*0*:,*'W*0^
to the arrest and convict ion of    the x    ^^^_ ���^j������ 5
person or persons who set on   fire the  -     ___-_���-^
Dupont Block, on Columbia Street in
this City, on 01 about the l^tb in^t.    ]
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Easy Terms
Modern  9-room   house on   Third  ave-
��� nue. corner lot, ln --ood repair; on city
car Hue    Price   |2500.    Terms   $100
cash, balance on  monthly  payment.
. ... ���   g   per  ("in,      MOVE   QUICK.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
IN-
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home   Paper.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
MALLEABLE
RANGE
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All accounts    due to J. Travers & J5*0*OK��K>*O*O0*04O*O*O*040 C4C4C'*C*0#040C*0��C*-*K��($
Co., Butchers, Sapperton, must be paid
with the smallpox and for this reason! to the new  firm  of A. Owens  & Co., , ��� ��� ������_
thi   most  extraordinary measures    ot | successors to J. Travers A: Co.	
(Signed]      J. TRAVERS & CO., | T P. O. Poi  474.       Tel. 53.      R*3._|
Sapperton, BJ
January i'ii.  1909.
recy  are  being  maintain!
National  Missionary Congress.
Much   attention  Is   being   given   by
i ��� he Churchmen   ol   Canada   to  a  National Missionarj  Congress to be held
you  get value  for your i,.;^ ,,, ,1,,,  Laymen's
money.     See us  before ;i,,v, mrnl    in    Toronto.
you decide to purchase. .   ,   .,,,  3.   .,,   \.,..,1   ,     Ti|,. N.,,,.(���,,,!),,.
lie chuchc nl ile "HiIre Dominion are
��� ���ni, ring i ��� heartily into I he : re-
, arati u I ihe ('onfi rence whb h
will givi Canada 1 he leadership ami ins
the Christian nations of the world in
In tb i'i '. ��� National Miss on-
,1      Policj
S.    1 -;: ������  h. Id  for  five days
In Massey Hull and  strong denomina
ilonal  conferences  will  be  held   each
Plumbing Heating Hardware
Hardman & Co.
Sole Agents.
Trust     Block.     Front     Street
WESTMINSTER.
NEW
Choice  .Meats
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth  St.  ana-   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  37a
BOWELL _. ODDr. Proprietor-
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,  Front  St..  Foot of Sixth,
P. O. Box 345.            Phone 105.   1
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���    IN
THE DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home   Paper.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celeb
Palmer  Bros.   Engine) 3
1 c to 25 li. ;��.. 2 an ! ���        .  Bl I
on the niarkev
to   .  at
..Vv estminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietc-,
1'eiiftt Street,   ���   New Wesi_l_i
m��
BUY
GOVERNMENT GUARANTEE
Beet Mutton, Pork
Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as Supplied byj
The Reichenbach Company
PURE FOOD1PURVEYORS
The best meat at the lowesypossible prices.    Butchered,
dressed and shipped under GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
The Reichenbach Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers       -       -       - Columbia St., New Westminster
BB7H
��*___-___... FRIDAY,   JANUARY   29.   1909.
THE DAlLi' Ni.\Y>
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WESTMINSTER'S      MORNING     PAPER
PHONES:
A 22���Bus.nesa  Office.   Sixth   Street.
B 22���Editorial  Rooms, Front Street.
We are after your
business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
!
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
paper  is* deliv-
ered to all parts of
the city before break-
fast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
a.
News you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
We print all the
news that's fit
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Births, marriages,
deaths, school doings,
church notes, foreign
news, political intelligence, marine news,
business transfers,
civic matters, legal
cases, fraternal and
social news, etc. Can
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months? That's all
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Get your name on our
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
TECUMSEHS WANT TO
I'li. GAMES IN JULY
from Page on,-.i
SenU)n Approval
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a 11   lay.
Ross Shall Decide,
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as ti ,���,. on ��hii ,i   Minto   cup
lii a   shall  be     played,     liowevi -
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club      nt. tit "iis  hn i     reached     this'
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on tli" lacrosse horizon is the Tecum-
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bold  ;��� eon i  "No transfer.'
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Every order placed with
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AIR WflRh SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RHiHT
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on application,
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i    .j. Daily News Block. X
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in $12./5
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ties,
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, v- Two   dnors   from   Geo.   Adams,  Groce*
THE DAILY NEWS'
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Westminster's   Home   Piper.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate-?.
Family  trade a specialty,
rel. 113. Office   tight str:et
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B    C.
MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeasi
in the World
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
Re the Ea -i  naif of the southwi il
quart, r , I Si   i on 13, Township 10, In
the Disrtic i ol Ni w Westmlnsti i
win rv ��� prool ol the loss of C<
���    ,n r th    No, 6386F, lssu< ���'  a  th
. .,    of Johana 11. Sti and, ba ��� been
lilvl In this office,
. Notice is hi "������      given tha    I Bhall,
���   ,   plration ol om   month from
thi of Hi    'i'i ition her,,
of. in n  la.ll -   ii' w   mi ��� r publlshe I   :.
the C ;;. of   li ��  We tmlnater, I
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less In tl me valid ol
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District R      Irai
Land Reg Office, Ni tt V
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E. W. Gilli-u Co., Lid
Toronto, Ont.
'VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY     ACT,   1908
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
Ever) as ilgnmeui ol the i - : I
I youth African   V olutei i entH ��� d to a
lmul grant   mui I    bi   by  way  ol  ap
. polntment of a substltuti an I mu I be
, In the fin in provided bj  thi   \.t
Special .'Hi nii ni is , tlli J  to     ���'
, section ;; oi Set li"u G ot the >',.."
! Bounty Act, 1908, which provi i
' no assignment ot the righi o   a vol
I unteer by the appolntmenl of
i stltute shall be ai cepti il or reci
i by th"  Departmenl    of  the   Ii I
which Is not executed and dated
the date of the  warrant for   thi
, grant Isi ned by the Mini it r of
i and Defi nee In favor of the vol -
J, W   (iltl'.KXWW,
Commissioner "f Domini
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HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,  Greenhouses   and   Seed-
housr- -,,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.  C.
Branch NurBerj South Vancouver
\,, limatlzed Tested Sti i
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Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
professional.
A.\iii;\i.i,i:h.   B-jBRIBTj-R,  so-
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opposite Court House, New Westml--
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sunlight
soap
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harmful
all   the
compel
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in   the   Sunlight   way.
pure    soap,    without
chemicals,    it    saves
toil   common    soaps
Get    Sunlight   Soap
and  follow  direction-*.
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When v . hi., kind >
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I typewriter, or anj : otflatlc m.v
chlnery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel."
Advertising and Circulation
li   The Daily News, New Westminster ��� 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
I The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
II SubsRrlpllons and Advnrliseniiinls solicited for tbe a.ivfi pnhlicallons
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22
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THE DAILY NEWS-
We have several lines
left yet from our fire
sale which we are selling at away below cost,
such as Soap with the
wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some
can goods also.
SNAPS
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See our Window
Eight packages "Force"
25c
Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
EclipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
eli    M
Sargent's   Gem   Foot-
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &
Lusby
i -
3 lbs. Creamery Butter,
$1.00
This is the best value in
butter on the market.
Try it.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
1
No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks
(not frozen), per sack,
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We ni-  -   :i specialty of   fir   doors,
! steamed and kiln dried.
City News
The annual meeting of the B. C.
I Dairymen's association will be hem to-
���lai at Eburne, when officers for thi-
year will be elected anil considerable
j formal business transacted, The beat
i met nods of ensuring the purity of
j mill- Is one of the subjects to be dis-
fcussed at the gathering.
The Iteicheu! ach Meat company has
purchased   the    butcher    business   at
Sapperton which  wus conducted    for
i some months by J. Travers, and which
| wus bought only a tew days ago   by
I Arthur Ovens .<.* Co,   The business will!
. in future be cai ried on as a branch of
the Reichenbach company,
It. v. ('.  W.  Brown,  pastor   of    the;
Metropolitan  Methodist    church,    Re-
gina, has accepted a rail to   Queens!
avenue church, this city,   where    he
will succeed Rev, W.  11. Barraclough
in July.    Mr.    Barraclough    goes    toi
Sarnla, replacing Rev. Joseph Oliver,
who  will    fill    the    Reglna    vacancy
caused by Mr, Brown's transfer to the
coast.
Tonight Commissioner Cadruan, accompanied by Major Morris and a silver band, will deliver a lecture In the
Salvation Army citadel, Eighth street!
commencing at e ght o'clock, The
suhject of iho commlssioner'B lecture
will ho "His I.ilo ami Travels," which J
have been long and varied. The commissioner is an excellent speaker, having the uir; of bringing out imth the
humorous and pathetic side of a story..
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
j    Phone 413. New Westminster.
$1.00
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning   Paper.
0_M i
STRIKE OF WAITRESSES
MAY  AFFECT  POLITICS
Atlantic City, X. J-, Jan, 2S. -The
rival here yesterday of a special
from Bostou hearing 250 waitresses to
��� , ,,-,. the a- gro Waiters at a local
hotel lia spread consternation among
Lhe darkies. It is predicted that < .
i'1-al of the mills will import young
whit, women anil that practicalli all
the ili'gro waiters will be ihrown out
of emploj in, ut soon. Insignificant
I nigh 1 be change in waitei - maj
pea .    an exodu."    ol   negroes    would
Collistei
January
CLEARING
SALE
9czP
Closes on Saturday
ISight
Another tumble in the prices of many lines, which
have been on sale (luring the past few weeks. These
lines mentioned have been sold down until only a small
quantity remains. They must be cleared out before
Saturday night.
i
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phones  193 and 443.
*���>��������������������������������������������������������������������� ' ���' "|;': ' 'hange in the political
��� complexion of Atlantic City, for    the
4 , negro, s ha\ ���   Ioiil; hei I the halani
x  political power In the city. Republican
��� i i,'viiii,   leaders are not  in favor
i Today and
: Saturday
be new move
i
\ ���     ositiveli  iii-- lasi  days of 41
the
���'NEWFOUNDLAND  NOT
SATISFIED  WITH   TREATY
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
e? the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We.tmint.ter.
Out
��
��� I    Si   Johns, Mil.. Jan. 28.���The New-
��� I fotindland cabinet  has    not   accepted
��� the draft of the proposed fisheries sir-
z ranged ai Washington, but on the
J olhi r  hand   bas  su imitti d a coun ei
��� .-.il 10 Ambassador Bryce nnd
4
44 Sec.retai'i   Root,     rhe  newspapers  op-
5  ;",-, 1  to Sir  Robert   Bond's    govern-
��� in. in  express   the    opinion Hun    the
��� premier does not intend to accept the
��� I Washington agreement.
AT
:
:
KYLE
25r> Front Street
our offei in ; ol   iai gains    for
ili.-s,. two.daj s w in be the 1110-t
��� POLICE  CAPTURE GAMBLERS
��� IN   RAID   IN  CHINATOWN
t \ '    ���
Ti    Three Chinese gamblers  were  cap-
���! tured in a raid ou a bous  Mclnnes
���
��� j -ii'.���' t  ., ���   terday  evening  bj   Chief of
TlPolice Mcintosh, assisted bj Detective
J  Bradshaw and    Sergt.    Qeiser,      The
��� Celestials were playing fan ian when
, j the police walked  In.    Part   of    the
11 gambling paraphernalia was taken to
f   the lockup mid will  be used as    evi-
astqunding feature of the sal... Xldencc
in  ih    police coun   this nn
House of Quality
)i>n-m
%Ml   Fans
Shirts
9��-l>v��04 ��*���������><;��,*���������*���.?*��.������    "
��� I MAN   DEMANDS   $15,000
W. N. Draper F0R L0SS 0F BRA1NS
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
North   Vaklnia,    Jan   28,    \:i, gln_
iln. loss of a poi   i.m ol his brains and
liiiiiiii! of his I'.-.u-uliiiv and Intel-
_��� ,, __    lect as a cause of damages, Qeorge Me-
Ellard block. New Weiimmster, B C , .
Kivor has brought suit against VVyman
 . fi  Sheldon, asking $16,000   damages.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE M'Kivor.  in   August,   while  riding    a
horse, was thrown hy a runaway horse
of   'ne defendant, and his skull  was
N  E w 8    crn ivi     He alleges that the runaway
���IN
THE DAILY ,...
horse was young and    fractious    am
Westminster's  Home  Paper. | had   wrongfully been   left   untied.
We have a shipment of; ~"
ol. .     , . �������������������������������������������������+����������������������������������������������,����������������������������������������������������
bhirts just arrived from *
Paris, France.
The Latest
Shirts Made
j. Eugene Brown & CO.
Columbia Street,
New WeaStminster, B C.
ATTENTION
If you have property^f any description to sell, ;;
rent, or exchange, eitYKaphi   City or District,  it ;;
will.pay you to list wifhuis at once. \\
We have the experience, organisation and con-
nections, and can guarantee you good service.
VANCOUVER
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. CHILLIWACH j|
New Westminster, B. C. \l
ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATED 1905 |
��� 4<4.��4��**������������*����4��l,��.,. ., . ,. < -^t.^^^^^^^4^44444444*       ,jrja__J_J_-_
O
MISSES'
Dress Skirts
$1.55 EACH
Have bei n on i ��� ai $1.95;
regular valm s $3 00 to 84.00.
The balance al thi? ���. ocial
low j>rii e to clea i "in out
$1.55 each.
Ladies' Skirts
$1.95 EACH
The balance of the loi which
has '" en on -aio at $2.95
vieh: regular values $5.00 to
; t.50 Ynu can chooBe nh ���
skirts now In ;ai.s quick cleai
ing nil'' r.    Karli $1.95.
ONE LOT
Ladies' Skirts
Still further reduced
to $3.95 each
V ne ; ns lhe balance of the
Im on Bali pre iriously al $ i '���' ������
Everj iklrl U worth double
and more than the low price
now . ' ,��� l. However, they
mu ��� not go hack onto the
������irk.--, only a BmflU quantity
:. fl; choose now. al $3.95
each.
CHILDREN'S
Warm Coats
at $1.55 each
Sal.- price on this line hits been
$1.95; regular values of which
were  $3.00     10     $3.75.        S1-6S
suitable foi ghis six to nine
years, An exceptional chance
to secure a comfortable coat
at this sinnli price, $1.55 each.
One lot Childrens'
Coats now $1.95
Thi - toi vi , ��� n "ii sale ii:
$2 95; v ;ul i r*alu $3 00 to
$6 75    Tho l ���''' '���"-
note n ii' ���!. ti rmin i Ion    to
ut the    balance.      Mn
tei lals  ii ied are dark  twei ds
and   Kersey  cloths;    rour    o
five sizes In   the   lot;
$1.95.
Another
Reduction
On this line of
BLOUSES
Now 75c Each
Have b< en citing ai 95c dm Ing
iliis --ale'and the -mall qunn-
'it;, li ft must liiid pun hivi'is
ii. Saturday. The lot consists
of lilac*!; -.'ile. n ,in I ,1 ���'.
i olored (lin h tte waists In
nlmosi all sIzcb. Regular
values were $1.25 to $2 00; to
ch ar   hem oui price now 75c.
A SATEEN     -
Underskirt
AT 75c EACH
Ladles' black sateen undernklrUs
In the quality which has hen
"ti sale all month at 95c each,
ami we make this further reduction io complete the clear-
ance of the small balance,
Choosi one of the three styles
at   75c  'ach,
Many other special clearing Iota
on Bale for the closing days of
our  sale.    Every  department
has   some   odds   and   'IIiIk   to
cleai out.
WRAPPERS
at 75c end
I /��� is   ilian   *, mi   coiil I
my the  material   ���
Into    ladles'    wra
mall lot lv       ���
���'.",(���  and the fui lh<
will clear them o
White
Muslin
WAISTS
25c each
Regular   value.-   50c    and
.ilnl   of   special   vain.'   al
\s  the  quantltj   I    too
io put hack Into !'���
we shall clear th -
ance out  ai 25c each
Corsets
Down to
Another
Low Price
75c pair
A small lot  of Crompion'n <
sets in such well known -'.-������
as MflgneUc,   Victoria,   (V"
Alilltary _09. etc.    Thi -   W
been on sale at 95c;    i"-- *
values being $1.25   and *>
All sizes as yet, in the o'1* *'
the other of ihe style-! d01
on sale at 75c per pair.
W. S. Collister & C
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