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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
.
VOLUME 1, NU.Mlir.lt 25.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30,  1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
'   t. ,
IaIIORNEY-GEP*1      Ilf��TU,NSTER breaks even
[Bowser Attempts to Justify
His Policy of Persecution
Toward Fraser Fishermen
Seniors   Defeat  V.  A.  C. by  25  Points1
to  10���Intermediates  Lose  Alter
Keen Contest.
Victoria,  -lan.   29.    Attorney-General
fcowsei resumed tho debate on the ad-  basketball
a plcki il V, .\. c. basketball team,
brought over here yesterdaj evening
to compete  against   the  Westminsters
, am,
was    defeated   al
D. D. MANN IS
WITH TERMINAL FACIUIS
C.N.R. to Commence Surveys to Coast���Visitors Find City
Worthy of Transcontinental Terminus���Resident
Engineer Reefer Says Ship Channel Will
Be  Completed in Two Years.
��ress iu reply to the speech from the Columbian college gymnasium by the
_rone al half past two o'clock thi decisive score of 25 points to 1", the
ftemoon. In answer to the comure- locals having the best of the argu-
ensive criticism of the government's I ment at all stages.    Hut for an accl-
LUc,   bJ   yberal   Leader  MacDonald Lent to Cliff Spring, who sprained his.        ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ h^
L, john i .,v.,r, the attorney-general ankle  early In  the seen;*,  naif,    the opportnnJt���   ,.,.  hearln_   ,llm   adarW
iUeU:1),,d ,o show that over live bun- score would have been even  ^ater. ^
railway had    een     _J.li    Uthough he returned to his position
on the team after a short absence, his  tne board ol   trade,  with special ret-
injury prevented him taking as active erencc to the Pacific terminals of the
Before Donald D Mann, first- vice-
president of the Canadian Northern
Bystem   and   subs Ida >     con'omtlons,
the
id   '   ' "_______________________
tii,. province without a   lugle dollar
L-ng subscribed by iho   government.
al ��� i to the liver channel Iniptove-
ne ie , an,i remarked that the building
of the c.x.K. would provide an out-
li ��� ir the lumber oi the district.
8 i, iking .is representing the land departmenl he said: "Wherever our
I ne pa - we wlll undi rtake to settle
iii- country. Whenevei a man sells
,i farm In the United States, the C.N.R,
land departmenl Immediately knows
it and goes to work to bring tliai
o Canada."
E. .1. Crean quoted figures to show
a part  In the game as earlier In the  pr0jected railway,    He wus accompan
|e contrasted the policies Dun��ued in evening.   At half tl  the score stood   .^ Cq]   a    ,,   ^v,dson   ,������   lh,
;.,,.  ,,'o.invs io thai ni liritish Co- 9 to 3 in favoi of Westminster.
���*     ' ,.,,., railways  laud  department,    and  tin
tile a^^^^H   ^^^^K ^h
on the Defensive. Westmlnstei      Forward .    L.  Turn-1 ��"e^ng took place yesterday  morning thai the channel had been snltable for
ng a   more  decided  stand  1 1 bull  10)  and C.  Spring  (11);    centre,  Mayor  Keary presided.                          ' 1:"'s*:   vesSels    h(,f",'��    the  Are,    ami
���          l,.r, Mr.  Bowser undertook    lo Robertson   (10);  via,; .  0.   Peele  I'M
F 1     1 ii,- accusation uf J.  A. Ma ami <;. Spring ill
1 tu the effect that government|     v. ,\. <���
aud other civil servants In thi [Gunn   (',)
inid used their offli lai ,
ior ihe advancement ol
��� ,,,. cause in the recent  Federal
The   Fust   Visit.
Forwards, Reekie (3) audi    su-   Mann   was   well   receivtd   andl360 billion 1
centre,     Colquhoun    (0);   remarked it was his first  visit  to the
guards, Sweeney  (0) and  Fair 1-1-.      ; city,    lie was surprised at tho a   iea*
Th" intermediate match, which pre-   .������.,.  ,,   x���v   wotmiuatt-r.  and       iifd
1 a city well worthi of a transcontlu-
SEMI-FINAL FOR B.C. CUP
TO BE PLAYED TODAY
Great Interest in  Football Match  With
Nationals   at   Vancouver���Westminster Well   Represented.
Thi principal attra tion in football
circles ai Vancouver todaj wlll be the
match between tbe Nationals and the
Westminster team in the semi-final of
the li. C. cup, Both teanv will be full*,
represented, but It is not yet Known
who will be in goal for the visitors,
as Lock i- not out this week, though
Either Barharee or Wat
NEW STORE BUILDING
ON COLUMBIA STREET
Plans Approved For New
Block---Another Sapperton
School Site Suggested.
\ number of smaller matters wen
deali with by the city council In
committee of the whole last evening,
Plans for Mrs. Melville Thompson's
building on Columbia Btreet were tap-
proved. The council decided not to
capiia to the Tnanqullle
sanatorium, as a grant In aid has already been paid over
qualified,    Either Barharee or Watson | c0niri1bute per
will bake the position.   Johnston plaj
in ihe blue and red colors for the fii
nine    this   season,    R,    Cavers   will.
.11.1 ,      .,      , ' New Store  Block.
referee, and the boys leave by the  1
,, ,    ...      ��� -.1 1       Pari   &   Fee, architects, of Vancou-
p.in. car. to Kick iii ai Recreation park
. g.on ver, submitted plans for the building
which   Mrs,   Melville Thompson   ,pro-
;,,, ���    to erect on the north hall of i<a
I, in  blOCk  li, Columbia street, opposite
Tie    |ine-up   is   as   follows:
Westminster coal,     Barbaree     ,
Watson;    backs,   Bruoe   ami    Klrbj
ii.u-i'ii,     Da-jus,     ni lice    uiiu     rvirui    , ...
ha:..      Saul,  Sawyers aud Carse;   for    N��*   '   Bra hil11'     **   Pr0vldea  t0r lhT<*
1 yes,   Shawcross, .lohnston.
and    Caydzlen;    reserves.
ceded   the  main   event,   was fast     ani
11     Although   the  attorney-gen    ,  B .  _  ^^^ ^^^^
ehement language whi ed    Ti,.- 1 ,.     13 e defeated by ental raIIway'    After  many trips  to
the action of    the    -��� I j the  narrow  margin ol    two    points,     >��� coast he ha* at last decided     Ivi
hla denial    oi    me    ,... .   ��� .   u  against   Vancouver'.*.     16.1 by bringing the railroad through Yel-
tbem was not convincln Gilford  hurt   bis    ani,!,-    during    the
u'tioii of ile   governi    ���. ������  . .   and !:;.<i to he repl ,������ 1 by    Ro}
ice i,, ii" placing ol thi In     Pti   '.    the  risitors led  In the scor-
,, licenses In unorganizi 1   dl     Ing all lh   time, having twelve points
in the bands of the    provincial   to thel   credit .11 halt' time, as ngalnst
lowhead Pa b ih< companj would hav,.
ia,-  besl   railroad   In   th ���   countrj    II
woai 1 follow iii" valh ;>s of ��� lie Nortn
Thompson   and   Fraser   riv, r   to    the
sea. and  would  have  the  besl   gradi
was explained  by the speaker,| the  nome quintette*s  six.    A  f._tttt-|o:t :,ll>' railroad,    ile was glad to have
d that the admm   tration   of this   game  was   a   long    shot     by secured tho approval o�� the provincial
at was absolutely fn [son. who placed the ball in the h,rea,ier and S��v   nment, who 1
[joliti,  . and     hat    no one mi the most distant part of'" waa the '"'st route-
lied to a license was denli d   n ca    .-   the  room.
Liberal    or    Si < lali t,    or     The tetams:
^K,t,.,i on ���   be  wa ip-      V. A. C.���Forwards, W Ight (2) and
poj: ai Ellis    (10);    centr .   Matheson    (2);
Fisheries Question. [iiard     Stoess (0) and Vlckera (2).
gft, his own adn Wi   tminster   Forwards, Whit,'    (0)
^Hl.. ' s, ami   - ���,, I > i ri,_. to   ami  Sn.iili  (Ol:  centre,  i-'v anson  i_):
the ing the ii guards, H   Ciffoi I (0)   1 nd J   Devi 1
"HfV , *de   ^on  (*'���-.
Mr.   111a cai     1st uctor    at
( , iiimbian     ollege,    refereed      1,0th
games.
st thai  departnn ut,   Mr.  Bo
mad.
expl. ,t	
IJe i- thai he would pursue Ross ou thehust-
^^B (|.i. -111.a   ,u   vi'eaier  length   later |lngs during tli..  federal election   and
in tl; ion.
Reserved Lands.
make  bis "eat  his  words In  front of
peaking of 1 Imber limn -, 1 emarked
that : ho returns showi I In wen
of standing timber In
the district, which would take at
li 11 I  yeai a to cul This was estimating  :li" timber at 30, 1 feel    to
thi    in 1 ,���   a   c ni v \ ative   i-ni   ite.
The  Ship Channel.
W.   U.  Gilley    presented    a    1 lun t,
showing  the depth of the rive .    and
ind'��' iieii  the improvemi nl        I,
explaining the details to rtii visitors.
The chai t showed there w il iady
a minimum of twenty-five feei In the
channel except for son-' eighteen
in les ai the mouth Wing dam
under consti uction to deepi 11 1 lie
shallower portions Inland, and one had
just een completed at Annieville bar.
Captains and the city pilot reported
tha-. this was a great Buccess and that
the channel at thai point was deepen
Ing rapidly. < >nce the j-1 tj on the
noi th side was completi tl, he believed
hat there would be no liffh 1 ty In
obtaining al least forti :���   1 ol water,
^^^^^^^^^^^Hllli' the
lie   la   to   he   found   and   run   spins   to  . , , '       ,,.,,
...here it  saould stay here,    Mr, G-lltey
:ii   mines, when 1 return home l will 1
. ��� ��� ��� oui thai ther ��� wa . 1
���    u imenJ   that   ....   1 ompai .    place      ., .    ,
; miles 01   ihe  finest    water      ontage
engineers  m  the  he'd  in    the    earlj ,, ...
. available from the cltj  to thi   nioiiih
spring   to   oeate   the   line   front   the;   ,.    ,. ., ,
' ��� *-*, , .,,,       mi    tne    "iver.    Frontage    was much
Yellowhead   Pass  to tbe  coast.   1 here
Is no don t  that a great amount of
grain will be shipped from the prairies
ward .
Mcli.'W ^	
It.-id and Hannah.
Nationals to be selected from Smith,
Herring, Braun, Holt, Feeney, Ken
Badham, U D MCKwan, Mumrock,
Whitefleld, F Herring, 11. Wi at iman
R, Jone**, ,1. Butchart,
Come Through City.
Continuing he said, "It is our intention to cross the Fraser river bridge
in New Westminster, We will build
the railway along ie most fertile
valleys, where the '" st ti ade an -
tARTWRIOHT SATISFIED
Willi CANADIAN LOAN
Sir   Richaid   Believes  Takiny   .Up     of
Loan  Compares Favorable  With
Recent  British  Transactions.
: hi    1 I"' tOl S.'
by the Pacific coast."
Having n Cerred to the absence
of
to ih-   effect    thai   lands   ���    n-   lentlj   with the Intention of referring
���!u.-,'il ai   i lets, and pa tl.   I        in��� to Howsi
1,,   alley, had I e n di.-,"   ��d("   ' linK-
"justification" at a future
��� a reply to the arguments ad ,1      .l��hn  Oliver,  at this    stage,    was                                       ....
-FT, ,          .    lines   Mr.   Mann   reminded   inem   the
Tti:,- mem v   foi  11. Pa mi  Wednes [observed  10 make copious  notes,  evl-
��� -                 I company  had  3000  miles  constructed
and iu operation aud *.'U00 additional
miles had been financed; the comp-nj
would keep uj) it-- record in the past
of building the road at an average oi
i  mile a day, though not  perhaps on
this section  of the  road.
"I look forward to the day when the
whole pensinsula between Burrard inlet and the Fraser river will he one
great city with an Important port
both on the Inlet an 1 ihe river," said
th.  Bpeaker,
Before  concluding  he   referred    to
1    11, ulatoi . to the exclusion   ol
. li I.     ��� th      pi ., ter  quote '
- lo     I"','.   thill over si \ ��� ::  million
-  Oi  land   had   I,een  spi 1 'ai..,
' 1 foi  iii,   latter.   These h nds In-
i    -   ol the best in thi   :���   ��� ���
Fire  Protection.
ft'tie (ire protection of forest-    last
(a.- bad 1 mailed an expenditure of
1,000, .1 ,1,1 of money which was
11 Idered well spent, considering the
Liable timber which was safeguard-
b> the measures adopted by the
ernment.
Bowser's Justification.
a  concluding  u  powerful  two-hour
|i "i'h, the attorney-general was loud-
cheered bj   1 lie    members   on    the
fvernmeni  Bide, the applause    being
olongi ,1 when he referred to his con-
ersy on thi  Oriental quest on ��Ith
{1 '��� in Ross,    lie made a ii ngthy at-
mpl to justify his conduct  In avoid-
.1 a ting  after having  bragged
better  Fire   Protection.
Price Ellison  (Okanagan),  who foi-
... 1 the attorney-general, contended
thai there -liouid be a larger appropriation Dor the protection of standing
Imber from lire. While bi considered
thai the governmenl had done very
well, he believed a great deal remained
10 be done in this matter.
That the fruit Industry of the provinc.. would eventually be the chief
Industry, eclipsing even the fisheries
and ih- timber, was one of the assertions made by the Bpeaker.
The approval of the Canadian Northern railway plans was strongly
urged on the House. Mr. Ellison ixay-
Ing a lengthy tribute to the energy
and resourcefulness of the men whoi
were al the head of this railway system.
Frank Williams, of .Newcastle,
moved the adjournment,    ihe    House
oi    tne    ��� ivei
cheaper ,.11 iii" river than on Burrard
inlet     Material to build   ������'     ves was
more  easily   obtaine l,   and   the    co 1
of maintenance was smaller,
Other Speakers.
E. J. i'a Ier believed the selected
route was an ideal one for the line,
with ea-y grades and fertile \alleys.
D. s. Curtis followed, speaking on the
advantages of the valley, and moved
a vote of thanks. The president, J. A.
Cunningham, pointed out the amouni
of lumber shipped to the prairie and
trusted the company would give Westminster every consideration before
malting a final decision on the coasi
terminals,
T. J. Trapp pointed onl the advantages of a fiesh water port compared
with   that   of  a  salt   water  port,    and
Ottawa, Jau. 29. sir Richard Cart
wright believes that the result 0
a Canadian loan In London maj be
compared under the clrcumsti nee-
with any recent sale in the British
financial centre.
There will be no difficulty, he Bald
in placing the balance of the loan,
and there is no sign of a decrease in
Canada's credit on the foreign money
marki 1 1.
ASK   GOVERNMENT    IU
ESTABLISH   LABORATORY
Toronto, Jan. 29. Al the annual
meeting yesterdai of the Canadian
Socletj oi Civil Engineers a recommendation was made that the Dom
i in><>ii government should be requested
to establish a department of researcu
similar to that established by the
United States government to Invest]
gat ��� all properties of all materia] of
engineering Interest. Pending the
establishment of such ,, laboratory,
the society suggests fTuit an arran
ment be made for the use of unlvei*1
sltles, staff and equipment tor the
purpose.
stores on Columbia street, two stories
high, and an upper and towel* basemen! ; pproached from l.ytton strei 1.
The city market stairs will he altered
at lhe cost of the builder, to give at
c.     - 1 ; bi   basements on the squari.
Sipperton School Site.
01  Keary and Aid. Jardine havi
��� a looking into the question ���
i. rton   Bchool  site, and now    ti
that 1 ile 1 the po k site or tin.- twent:
;\     mall   lots     ppo Ite   the   pr-1 ��� 1
chool   sl ,���   which   tho  owners   wi  ���
prepared to exchange with the W<
side school  site at  a    valuation
arbitrdtors,  w,,uld be the better
posal than the one presented
school ti us tees    Tbe 1 rustei 1 wi
��� ch d  on  thi     ubject.    Men
wa    made of ,,n offi i' to take ov r
n    9     perton      ��� 1 value
later.
Street  Improvements.
Aid     lli-nle..    fl .id   B    i epo: f.   ol     ' .
of   Works.     All.ring   tile   i- CO
i.ieiid.i-Ion    ��  '���   10 "i" n  A ii
al .1 eosi ol $230, bui to delaj for 11
...  ent   the  consii uction   ol  a
walk 1, quested bj  pi tit lorn rs
ing la contemplati il here.
Y\ Ith   efen ace to the requi st ol
s. boo    '...v.'     *u     ep.;-; Ing
from   the   vicinity   of   the   .\
school, the   chairmen    said   li 1
iioui the neighborhood    of   Hamlin  ;
street,   Steps will be taken to ri mi I*
ihi-.
New sidewalks w ill be laid on B in
ford  Bl i' et.   A   iiiiin'i, r  of  larger    Im
.\, avals  were laid  over    fo -    the
presi at,  until  the esttmai  are pn
pari d    The 1 ouncil appointed a sn a
column lee to look over the posit.
several   case-.
Aid. Henley also ��� poke of thi  coi
diiion of the (Hen bridge, which
now closed io traffic owing to thi
afi   condition, and ii  was dec-.!",! to
request Mi  si g, Calblck A: Bucklan I ��� 1
examine the bridge1 and report on
lletore   cenciuiiing   ne   leieneu     i_
f    �� ov..*!.,        ,v,  t,   showed the city had grown rapidly 111
th,- advantages of possessing a fresh- ���
water port all the year round.
1
Introducing   Letters.
Col. Davidson, who Is a director of ,
the   Fraser   River   Lumber   company,!
spite  Of  difficulties.
A Wealth  of  Sites.
Robert   Jardine claimed   ther
was
(Continued on Page Six.i
MORAIITY OF RUPERT
LAUDED BY DR. (DOWN
rising until two o'clock Monday after- Prominent Methodist Declares City is
noon.
tarried Men Will Replace
Orientals at Fraser Mills
Cleaner   Morally    and    Socially
Than  Other  New  Towns.
at
by
! lu a  short     lime     the    Hindu,
���user Mills   will     be    displaced
'hit"  labor. ^^^^
("i  Davidson, miu of the directors
the l'-rasci- River Lumber company,
I'I") was in the city yesterday in com-
Hay with U. L). Maun, will be going to
{ttawa at an early flato, and wnile In
east will select a number of ex-
millhands  from the nulls on the
Ideou river and    district,    giving    a
���reference  to  married  nun.    He   will
pttl0 them in the little township al
ie Mills.
The explanation   for  this   action   is
I kid   to   be  the   constant   trouble    ex-
priencod with the Orientals.    Hindus
!���" employed  in   the rougher  work lo
large extent,   and  Chinese   ^n    the
planing shops.      The company think-
that experienced while help, especially
I with their families, will encourage the
men to stay.
Tho Royal Columbian hospital had
a very large percentage of Hindu
cases last year, and of nine advanced
cases of tuberculosis five died. The
moist climate of the coast district is
felt to advance Incipient cases of the
dreaded white plague. In this connection it may be mentioned that, a number of names of Fast Indians will he
placed on tho register this y<':"". as
they have duly qualified hy ownership
of land. An amendment to the charter
prevents Chinese, Japanese or Indians
otherwise qualified from voting, hut
the Hindus cannot, be prevented a*
ihey  are   British   subject--.
The average intelligence and the
'morality of the people of Prince
Rupert is lar superior ui that of any
other new town which I have ever
been privileged to visit," Is the statement made to the News yesterday
evening by Rev. Dr. S. D. t'hown, a
widely travelled advocate of moral
and social reform who was in tbe city
for the purpose of delivering a lecture
at Queens avenue church. Dr. Chown
h.'is h.en spending mmc days visiting
prince Rupert, and has come away
from the future metropo.is firm in the
opinion that that place is destined to
become one of the strongest arguments in favor of temperance legislation that social reformers can possibly
use.
During his short stay in Prince
Rupert. Dr. Chown organized a branch
of the Moral nnd Soelil Reform council, of which Bishop du Vernet will
probably be the first  president.    The
object of the council is 10 maintain
the pn.-,111 high mora! standing of
the infant city.
At a largely attended meeting, a
resolution, proposed by L, \v. Pass
more, barrister, and second..,1 by Mr.
McLeod, was passed unanimously to
ihe effect "that in lhe opinion of Ihis
meeting of representative citizens, ii
is neither desirable nor necessary tint
liquor licenses be granted in the city
of Prince Rupert."
A second resolution, asking the provincial government to be guided by
the wishes of the m.ijority'of iho citizens In the issuing of licenses Wi,=,
also unnnlmoiisly passed.
Kill Suffragette Bill.
Sacramenton, Cai.,   Jan.    .8.- The
woman's       suffrage      constitutional
amendment   wa-    defeated    yesterdaj
afternoon by a vote of 89 to ;t:.
RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS
SETTLE SITTINGS DATES
Ottawa Jan. 29.- The railway 1 om-
mission has definitely decided on the
following dales for sittings ol the
board In the west,
Winnipeg. Feb. I to l"; It.vina.
Feb. 11 and 12; Medicine Hat, Feb. 15
and 10; Calgary, Feb, IT and 1\ Edmonton, Feb. in and 20; Vancouver,
Feb. -j:1 to 20; Victoria, Feb. 27; Nelson and l/elllbridge, during Ihe lirsl
week of  Man ll.
ll   has   ben   decided   thai   ('ononis
loners  Mills and   McLean  and   Traffic
Offlci r   llardwell   are  all   who  will  go
(Continued on Page Thn e 1
BAD  STORM  RAGES
IN   MIDDLE   STATEi"
Chicago, Jan. 29.��� Telegraph -
10 points  wes: and north ol Chicagi
wei'e almo it compli t< l;   sevi red tod
in  the worst  storm of    tho   season
Seres of telegraph  poles  and milv
of wire to many jectlons were .���
down and   rendered    useless    by  thi
high winds and heavy snowfall.
In Kansas  City  and   St.   Louli
sl, i 1   and   snow  were  hea vy,     \il       ���
graph w Ire   b.tw, > n    Sun    Franc
and the east  wi ie Bevered,
Escaped Convict Captured
Day After Becoming Benedict
Afl
au
Interval    ol    seventeen.th-lr escape, but  they  had  been ud-
SINCLAIR FOR GOVERNOR.
1/indon, .Tan. 29���It la reported that Rig-* Hon J"bn Sinclair, secretary for Scotland,
will be the next governor-general of Canada.
$���������������������������������������������
months, Louis Kelly, one 01 two con-
vici - who escaped from Wright island
on Aug. 21, 1907, has been captured at
North Yakima, Wash., and wlll be
brought lure on the (I. N H. train
this morning to complete hi- sentence
In the B. c  penitentiary,
Kelly's arresi by the Washington authorities took [dace only a few hours
if.ia he had become the husband of
Mrs. Sarah oiney, of Wapato, the
ceremony having taken place on Wednesday. He was arrested on Thursday
afternoon, torn from his bride and incarcerated In the city jail i-endlng in-
stmctions from the R. C. penitentiary
authorities.
Warden J, C, Brown, speaking to the
News yesterday evening, stated that
a  search   had   been     maintained    for
able to locale the man for a loug
while. Apparently the officials >>.���
looked 1 lie possibility of Kelly beln*.-
in jail during that period, but such
was the case, as be only finished
serving ;i rerm lu Yak Una, jail a few
months ago, having been convicted of
lioi-se stealing early last year.
At   iho   time   Kelly     escaped    fro
Wright Island, In company    with   -
half breed named William  Brewer, he
was serving a two and a half   year
term for robbery at Quesnel.    Brewer
was  serving   four years   for   theft    at
Vernon.     The   two   111. n   escaped    by
stealing the only boat on tbe   Island,
having  previously killed   the  pig
used as moans of communicating
the penitentiary.   The men were   not
se, n  at   ntiy  time .after  rowing away
Kelly and hl= companion    ever since  from the penal settlement.
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PAGE two
THE DAO.Y NEWS.
W'^'iMI^'W-^
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
For Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc. J
ni"i\"icivi\-
HOST Near Sixth avenue and Eight-
street, Irish terrier pup about four
months old. Finder will be rewarded, Notify this office or P, O. Box
692,
DOMINION MINES
SHOW BIG GAINS
Output for 1907 Valued at
$86,138,000 - Possibilities
Are Unlimited.
TRADE
WANTED   Girl    for    general    housework; Mrs. F, Smith, Leopold Place,
WANT 101)
Bradbury,
Day    work,
P. O., city.
apply    Mr-.
FOUND���Royal Hank of Canada hank
liook. Owner can have same by
applying at this office .and paying
for this  advertisement.
FOUND���Lady's
tO   litis   Office.
���love.     Owner apply
WANTED   A
Apply   Roya
litmbia strei
fii
lass
Dye
canvas
Works,
; or,
Co-
eastern capital ready to Investigate legitimate investments lands,
timber or mines���in British Columbia, Address In first instance, wltn
full partlculai - "Capital," care of
Noble & Co.. Molson's Hank build-
Ing, Vancouver.
Ottawa Jan, 29, --The report of the
departmenl of mines, just Issued,
shows a mineral production for all
Canada valued at $86,138,000 In 1907,
as compared with only a little over
$20,000,000 twelve years ago. In the
Yukon ih" total production of gold In
that territory from 1-896 lo 1907 was
$122,951,000, The immense possibilities
of the coal bearing areas of Alberta
and Saskatchewan are enlarged upon,
���md it is pointed out that the extensive
amount of railroad construction under
way and projected by three great railway companies must, result In a great
Increase In the production of steam
coal, so that a country. Origl
deemed purely agricultural', will ��� "i
become one of the leading coal mining
regions  n.'  the   Dominion.
Twentj j'""    ago the total value of
tl Ineral production of Canada was
not more thatn ��� 00,100 a . ear. Tola;, i: is probatbli over $100,000,000
and  napldl*   increasing.
WANTED���Posi i ion by experienced
lady stenographer. Accustomed to
law work.   Apply A. 1!., this office.
-OUND���Purs-.' i.ontainlng sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Apply
David Saunders, corner of Columbia
and Knox streets, Sapperton.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, near library, suitable for two.
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 28" Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl;  services
quired  from  '.  to 6  p.m.    Mrs.
Jon.'**. Royal avenue.
\Y E S T MINS TER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under now management,
266 Columbia s'roet. Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
klndr of help promptly, free of
charge. Bran:a office, 107 Cordova,
st-eet west. Paone A 2750. Vancouver. B. C.
PREMIER   REPLIES  TO
BRIDGE   DEPUTATION
Victoria, Jan. 29.���The Second narrows bi'ldgi deputation had a long
Interview today with  the governmenl
The governmenl will consider the
question. Th.- premier said lie could
not give an answer now, or until the
estimates were made up, which would
not he for thnv weeks, lie said that
th0 assurance that the Dominion government grant would be forthcoming
and would greatly Implement th i pres
ent petition and request.
M*~-
TO RENT���A i
months; boai
Twelfth stree
Sixth avenue
trnli ned house, for 3
: owner.      Apply  215
betv . en   Fifth  and
Si
EP
A'
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rtFUS
IS IHE BEST
V. CiLLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, On!.
_�����--P"*-.
TO RENT���-Furnished, four roomed
house, on Eighth street, between
Third and Fourth avenue. Apply J.
II. Todd,    music    Btorc,    Columbia
sti-.','.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
-IN���
DAILY NEW-i
THE
Westminster's   Home  Paper.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENHMY <_ ANDERSON
Columbia St.
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
We are still giv-'
ing these grand
bargains. As you
will notice below
these prices, for the
quality of goods
shown, are something out of the ordinary and this is a
chance for every
good housewife to
grasp. N o t hi n g
pays like cash buying.
n
100 1':.-. Granulated Sugar for |6.75,
20 "'    Granulated Sugar for $113.
S   aight Grade Flour Is one of the
pastry flours on the market and is
)������ ,-. at $1.26 per sack.
lbs, of Tea for $1,00.
Aylmei     " iii  Sauce,    3  bottles  for
.-.- 'I   a, ran   | er lb.
ti       P-rter's    Home-made    Salad
"sing,  I ��� ��� ami 25c per bottle.
I
Calll ' ''..,,���  Brand Sweet Rel
-::    20       ' >r   bottle.
th.   be ;  best Sliced 1 .ne-
��� .:,   :
Eating and Drinking Chocolate, 30c
per lb.
3 lbs. Raiains for 25c.
5 lbs. Tapioca for 25c.
5 lbs. Sago for 25c.
3 lbs Poultry' Food foi 25c.
. pkg-. Corn Starch for 25c.
'- pkg--.  Laundry Starch for 25c.
1 bottle Mushroom Catsup, 25c.
7 pkgs. Force  for 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 25c per tin.
8 bars No, 1 laundry Soap for 25c.
8 bar, fine Toilet Soap for 23c.
?. lbs   Of tine TabU- Butter for $1.00.
; Pickles for 50c.
bottles Of Worcester Sauce for 25c.
tins of Fresh Herring for 25c.
1. tin of Canned Rabbit for 25c.
White Star Brand  Baking Powder,
_��� : per tin.
Blue Ribbon Brand Baking Powder,
-      ;   :   tin.
���i  u l   Baking   Powi er,   20c
���   ��� tin
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Brewster's Millions.
Jan.-  Eyre.
Daniel  Sully.
b. 27.���The Burgomaster.
March   I.    Kerry   Gow.
March 3.A  Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 21.���Harry Beresford,
April 2.    Marrying Mary.
April 7.���-Blanch Walsh.
April 28.���The Olngerbred Man.
.um,- 10.���Nat Goodwin,
SATURDAY, JAN, 30,  ������;.,
"WATER   CLAUSES
Orders   Taken   For    ACT, 1897, AND AMENDINQ uis."
Chimney
4*+** *
Sweeping^
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters
Vancouver Power
Company,
imited
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Through Our SHUR-ON EYEGLASSES.
THEY  WILL PLEASE YOU.
11 will uu
eraor   ia
I'owet
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
���
:
���
NOTICE is  hereby  giVen
sveeks   utter  dale  applicatli
made  to  the Lieutenant-Go,,
Council   by     the    Vancouv, r
Company, Limited, for a fu
tillcate of Approval ot Its fun
dertaking In the matter of the
struction of a dam at the outlet of Co-
u'litku- Luke in the District of \,��
TVe��t minster.
Th.   works intended to I i
on  by  the  construction o�� the Bala
dam and in counei lion tl     iwl \\ ar��
the  following:
The   erection  of   a   hydra,'
tilled dam about 050 feet   :������   j n���,ij
with a crest width of ah      .   | etaad
a thickness at the vi i   .     : bout m
t at the upper cud ol the
fe
X Eyes tested free and -II optical  work guaranteed. ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers m 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.
Telephone"12.
New Westminster
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marici Street
SEATTLE
RATES!
Room   $1   per  day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50 per day up.
room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $*��� per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam hea long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
t  _RLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.
_s
m
t-_ w #1
Public Supply
Bank of Montreal
KSTABLISHED 1X17.
CAPITAL ��14,4-0.000.1)0
RESERVE       % 11.000,000.00
tranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, ami  :u  I^mdon,  England,
New   York, Chicago and  KpoKane, U.S.A., and MbjJco City.    A (Jon-
eral Hatik'u-,  Bil-inea. Transacf*��_
.etter. of Credit l��8ued, available with correajondonta In all oarts of the
World.
Sa-tmi*  Bank  Dep*ir'~.ent.     Deposits received ln auras of $'l a-d upwards,
and interest nil iwed ��l ���' per < en*.. ;.  t inn ira (present rate).
Total   AksOvS over  JlCS.OOD.mH) 00.
NEW WSBTMINSTBB BRANC H.
O. D.  BRYMNKR,  tl-nag-t
I  Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Accounts of Organizations
Church Societies, Fraternal Organizations, Clubs, Trade Unions
and Business Associations will find it convenient and desirable to
have surplus funds in a Savings Account, .- ibject to the control of
two or more officers.
We make a specialty of this class of business.
CONSUt-T  WITH  US TODAY   and   We will
full  details explaining our system.
le pleased  t<
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
WZSTMINSTER, B. C. F.  B. LYLE, Manager.    \
NEW
Eastertrook Milling Company
Eburn-,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.     $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50
I
A little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot flre when a lot
of poor coal sends out to heat
at all. It is economical to buy
our coal, because It is clean,
goes farthest, makes most heat,
leaves very little ash and costs
no more per ton than poprer
grades. We deliver it. to any
part of the city. F_u Weignt
always. Telephone
to us.
your  order
GILLEY
BROS., Ltd.
per channel; the dam to be of a sul-
ci nt height to raise thi  ���.   ������    ,Ve| 0,
Coquitlam  lake  by about  r i ���,.,
spillway channel lo be mad. |
feet wide, \2 feet di ep to i
surplus water.
'
And all such necessar;
I i.al works  that may  be  n
, fully aud   effectually   carr*,
' complete the aforesaid I
taking.
It Is intended to instal a
i crete  p'l>e   extending   from
i stream   toe  of  the  dam  up  In
lake [or a distance to i ! upon
I with   the   City  of  .New  Wi    inl i
j and to erect a lower toi  -
! screens  at  the  toe  of tl        ���:������
| from this toe to cany  I h east.
Iron pipe surrounded with i       ��� . j
.   !��� ep trench underneatl lam to
a connection with the ;
\.-w Westminster.
The area which  will  be  I
the rui,ing of the water level is 1%
acres, of which the commercial value
would not exceed $1.00 an acr    tithe   approximate    estimate    of tte
quantity  of   timber   on   this
area would not exceed 1500
per acre.
It  is   proposed  thai   the     ,
present  recorded    by    the    Co
from  Lake Coquitlam an I
Buntzen be utilized to
power   required   to  operate  th
further undertaking of tli"
and al-o   under the   Bald
waters so to be conseri
ecu!Ion of the aforesaid I'm" I
taking shall be utlllzi I In tbi I
tion of  and   the  cai. ylne  i il  ol ',:. I
undertakings  of  the  Company prevt-
ously  hereto approved  i
of Approval of the Lieul  vim Govern-1
or In Council, and tha*. the I
of Approval of which notice Is hereby]
given  do  so  provide.
The estimated cost of the um   iking is about $_()0,00O.
Tho Power Company win haveiliilj
subscribed before it commences lit
constructions of the Bald further undertaking and works or ex'-rrlM's an*-
of the powers in that behalf con' ���*'-'���
by tho Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1H97 Pan IV, one thousand HOD?!
shares of one dollar ($1.00) each, and
the further amount of capital required to fully complete the said uQiler-
t.aking will be provide by a loan of one |
hundred and ninety-nine thousand -����*
tars ($11)9,000) to be made by ll��
British Columbia Electric Rail*W
Company, Limited, to the Powei Cot
pany to be secured by Mortgage Bo��(i-
of the Power Company In |Pr,lr-?
or decimal currency carrying Inten
or by such other form of security ���������
may be agreed upon between ihe said
parties.
Tho time within which tha
ther capital of one thoui an I
($l,i)0ii) is to be subscribed
months from the ,] tt
certificate ol approval of the m '���""
inc and works.
The said  undertaking    and
are to bo ctuiinc need before       fxD'
ation of  three months  from
of obtaining a certificate of
to the same and the Bald   ' i
be in operation within two v  |
date of commencement, of thi
And upon such applicatli n t'
usual and necossary  powi v '"   ''���
and  effectually carry    out    the   sal
proposed further undertaking '
applied for.
Dated at the City of Vancouver, In
the Province of liritish Columbia tB's
24th day of December,  \   D '
VANCOUVER    POWER    COMPAQ
LTD.
It. H, Sperling, Qen, ml Man����'
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE POR
Family Rates
Japanese Employment Agency
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Elack
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male
ie  Street,    j t>hone   431
and Female   Help
Furnished
COLUMBIA    ana    McNEE'uEV
NEW   WESTMIN*! '��� R.   0-
prompt'/
ST��-
P. O. 6e<
R��5. SATURPAV. JAN. 30, 1909.
NOTICE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I'AGB THREE
THB
BUHRARD
WESTMIiJSf^R
-B
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION  COMPANY
lament of Can-
*
..vV.-....'    JfljgJ
MARKET   I
REPORT    I
p��� to the Par
, aext "'
the tl
,ida
0-
_ .    The markel  la  recovering its activ-
S rihrwhnict   thai Tenaerf��r SuPP'ieS' IUy.  and.    .  i rday   wa.   attend** >,
com-.t bulb buyer,  and sellers, with a 6trong
illv   i-J> v*   lyu1"1  '   .
,"- Railway the construct1��- ^    Sealed tenors addressed to the un- demana ''���>��� most lines.   TV0 or thret.
Ij w-as _uthorlz��d   by   <_.   Com- dersigned nt New Westminster, B. C, l'"'"",'s bad placed  ca*a (Jf potatoes,
Ws   Art of   lucorpov-tion    being and endorsed on the envelope   "Ten- for future silvery. 't0 buyers.   Tbere
R       B8 ol the Staples of Canada den for 8 wa   a Rooi aw>.
, ,��� authorise the  Compiu.. -ne. up
wini:10 I,oou��of Saturday, the thirtieth day!
fon
t" ,,
u
'NEW STORE BUILDING
ON COLUMBIA STREET
���m'r' i lag  and
in mo li rate a
entities,
^ual   Quotations.
���jVj I quarters prime. 8 to \ _c;
���    , -i'o  to 6%;   mutton   n
i:; m 14c;  veal, medium,
. ��� , v. il, largo, s to Dc* pork,
"    , ggs, wholesale, per don.,
I   r doz., GO to uuc;  butler,
i i  10c; fowl, per doz., $8.50
1907,
10 e;,t'l'
thu Vancouve
,. into    my
the  Comptuy
agreement
at   was
lion  sale.
'well  supplied,  nnd there
Westminster and   In   ��* Jar/Uary,  1909,    for    .supplying the
wa    a   l|.;,r
offering of ���beef, of fine
dr..
la
n
tu *��      h - kens, per doz., $T to $8.50;
'"" , v   doz., $11   to  $12;   apples,
I          ., $1 to $1.50; carrots, per sack,
''" aips,  per sack, 75c;   turnips,
I"1'   :i       iOc;   onions ,per sack, $1.50;
:j ier  ion,  $18  to $20.
SENATE REEORM
IS ADVOCATED
i.    i
"
m .
[way company which la _- ' sh'i> bhandlery, groceries, meats, coal.|q    .'y-   Mutton and lamb was not so Oregon students eat
ction 361 of  tbp    -vail-  and, rough lumber, required for the use
other purirtses, and 0_ the Department of Pub
of
ic "Works at,
braii'
,lne a
(,011
Ibotia d J'.   Bel
way -tt" and for
ai^iorlslng  the    oust--..���.��� ���--_    �����    "|Kew  Westminster, B. C, un
��� llm mn,. a pew. In the m��U L
borlsed  b>  Clause (c) of wb-    l" im- /
n s 0f the company's Act _! Vi.        ' m supplies furnished uiuh   be or
, ,���,,. in an easterly and' the best quality of their sever/.-. kind8
,Uon by the most leas- aud must be delivered at Ut/j Govern-i
through v:ih-, uilontet and|ment    wharf
most, conven
bi
im
'''' 'Jiul, with a strong demand.   The
-ii' amouni of veal m-i a ready call,
;il  .Marc/.   wi'il''   l'��rl    was   scai-cer,   receiving
���
a- ���' :
l��    /'''
���-.int where a junction,   can
U, tiie branch line    of
! brisk call.
An average supply of eggs,   with a
somewhai   greater   demand  w~-    the
rub-.     Poultry     was   largely   offered,
with a  bigger  supply  of  fowl, while
ew    WeatCjinster,   or|chickens   were   tn  Breat  demand.    A
NO FOOD IN FOUR  DAYS
Westminster
md
the
tent
BlSd'    v''
Vnac'iiiver
���Rail* a >'
Snt, oi snld Railway easterly  to Ed
IK le   '
|),,,,< ourw, ��. C, aecembe.
gtb    i08.
", UPPER & G'iMFKlN.
where specified ia the fry/a, of tender.
Th.- des-jtmeiit resvr^.,  the right
Pew  ducks   were   -ok]   readily.
came   In   small   quantities,   nnd
' Ore.,    Jan.    29    Ormond
Rankin aud Tom Word, University
studeni . ended last night at ti o'clock
a fa of four days on a wager that
I the. other could not so voluntarily
withoui eating during that'time. No
ill effects were experienced by either
of the men, and they attended regular-
Fruit i ly  university classes.
were ]    One of them said that his head was
cost of [lulling it Into a safe condition.
It was decided also lo Lay crushed
rock ou the path across Tipperarj
park for the accommodation of loot
passengi 11
The Westminster Gas company will
be notified that when they distur,> the
streets for mains the street must be
put back In proper shape, and If this
Is not done, the city roller will be
si nt down and the Lime char
the company.
Plumbing   By-Law.
Tlie plumbing inspector, J. J, Ma-
hony, suggested a number of amendments to the plumbing by-law, which
will be taken up at a meeting next
wck. Tlie following is a summary of
a substitute clause for 19: ' Wh. u the
roughlng-in ot any plumbing or bouse
Hon, Mr. Scott Would Make
Upper House Two-Thirds
Electoral.
Mi
I ion.   Mr   Scott
yesterday  with an
Yukon  to accept it.. ..hole oc p_n of any ten-: 1u*cWJ  bought up
main  der. i v,l'.v   large   Buppll*
Potatoes came  In  clearer  than   usual,  and   that   his col-
:mii   all   found   lege  work   was  easlei   ;h.in   v. hen  he
th
oi_i, 'of tender may be obtained at
office in the r sklent engineer, De-'
pa-rtmeot of PuMlc Wor_    \- w West-
JninsKi, 1!. (..'.
ready sale
al quo ations.
lowers are   ate full   meals.
Ottawa,  Jan.    2
startled the Benati
elaborate scheme oi reform tor the
i up toluppei- house. \it: wants two-tu,rds of
the senate elected by popular vote and
I ne oilier i bird appointed by .be government, the term of each senator,
whether elected or appointed, to be
eight years. Mr. Scott urge..., compulsory voting at the election of senator.-; any voter refraining from exercising his franchise to be fined $10.
The government bill amending   the
Hon.
I
!
Immigration act, introduced by
Mr. Oliver yesterda*,  afternoon, is de-
Igni d   to   render  more  ��� Efectlt e    th<
MWate.vtlair_esCi]iisoli(l-1ion,Lo
v/er rraser
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iver
INOTICE
i'-'
���������
Solicitors foe Ap >Hca-l j    Papers inserting this a
witfcou!   au_rorl��y   fioua
,'ii'Tu will net i-e paid
,       -.  ii   -i:      ��� he      The  lowest   or  any  tend
Con pany,   Ltoiti I,  ���'   ce sarilj   be acce -
epositfld in  the     Land
In  Bhe City  ct  N'ew
1',1'iti-b   Col ,- '   a
of    refereac*     ol Departmenl   ol   Pi ; II    W X   *,-
' " ��� RaJ ;'                Wi   M,v   tor,  B. C.   Janui
,f Huntingdon to  thi   i ll .	
IV        !'"
��� * - Syoopsls ni  Canadian Jiomestead
���a-III
thi      '   ;,art-
ill not
KEEfBES
lo        nl   iii vi; er.
An) 1897 and Amendfiiij
Acts."
Freight and Passenger bervice per
bb. "Ramona
'a'neouver
Po
wer  Ut..
Ltd
NMice  of Application for Further Cl?
tificate   of   Approv 11,
:. ,
a    Of     -'a..    .
.,, ���   llllwac     bi In
I five (i ' a
i -.  on   ii' ��� an
ie Chief O
��� ad   V irks    fi
of I    tish O-Sui
12th   dr-    , -..:.
N'ele.        i-      111      ���
v..  to the no.'ici
���wflUMHOflS, Dec. mber, !v
Au   ava   ���  le-tomlnlona lands with-   date application   ivill be mad      .     ti
i-   t-te railway belt In l:ii*.:sh Colum-        ,���
,    , application  i    mi  li irsuanc ���
o._. j my be bomesteaded by any person
wIm  Is the so    Head of t  family, or :!;'' " '��� ' 24th di ��� ol Di
any male over ltj years c: age, to t_< ��� ':i"
ex*int of one-quarter s-^.ion oi l��6 ol approval (to b led in tb< one
u'.'."-'s, more or I ���
Carrying night and passengers to
al) points between New W- va, er
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's  w .   * daily
ai  2:30 p :;i.;  addition tl ti
lea t 5 a.n
Returning  leave Westham  Island 'i
a.m. dally, , _ ept Frtda; I a.m.;
thi   :!'.i da.v  of additional trfp on Saturdays, '--aving
at   5:30 p.m., calling at  S ' n as
ln_-cem< nt offers.
it is covei'd in it must be subjected
to a series ol tests, and wneu ibis is
do,,., the inspector should be notified!
to inspect same. In outside sewerL ^ immigration of undesirables.
work no vitrifled pip- is to run within k ,a ,���.,���������,���, ,(| , v ,,,���. H()���t.r sUp.
five feet of the building." Regulations | en,l8lo_ a(. poru o{ embarkatIon
are also fixed for soil and waste pipe
The regulations for water servlci
In all buildings will be: "All waterI
pipes  when placed  underground  sball'
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At MOREY'S S
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E. Bl
certificate
undertakim
���' appi ival) of its     irthei
in tin of the con
mn:.
.. ,.'��A..
���jnopiii   it    Cana��;a-     Nort-
Ht i steao   Regulations
ibered    eel
Entrj   must be  made a 11*   aJ
t!/ - local laud office for I .1,
which the land is situate.    Entry t i   structlon and opei
\y may, however, be made on cer-   doubl
trln conditions by the talker, motfter,
��.��i, daughter, brother or sister of ua
ten ling lioi_ex:eader.
The homesteader is required u
D i iu   the   .un :.': ms   corn*?. -
with    under    one    of the    following
p.; ins:
.. oi
���     ���
��� ..'���   from
at or n,a.  thi   X' ��   v ���   tmli   a
tion of Uu   Canadian  Pacific  railway
th.   '     ��� ii   to th    City of
V a   Westmlnsti i     ram bi    ofl  io the
Cltj   oi   Ni -v   Wi .-"iv. st. r  to a
al  or near the ��� i'..  end i (  Lake
(1)    At le;_-"i <"i.\ montJi.-:' residence   Coquitlam    with   thi    n ce   ai*j-   side-
upon  and cultimUon of the laud    la   tracks aud turnouts and branches
; Do-  each year lor three  years, .j.
a  Marimba, S__katch-      (2)   If tie fatter (or mother, lf the
.;-   of ( ar
and   oilier vehich -
���ealllS.    C.': .     -
. iapted    to    the
i, excepting . 26,  ftther is deceaiieJ),    of   tie    home
.- homestes-ded by  steader resides upon  a  tana in    the
Uie Bole hei I ol   t   vicinity of the 1-nd entered  for, the '":���  of tin                     et forth in sec-
i ���!��� 18 yei      ,d   requirements as \o residence may be ;;":i '���"-' '���'���  tbe Water Clauses Consoll-
��� '-���  extent ot one-quartei sec- tftisfled by such person residing wit_ datlon   Act    IS97,   with  amongst    all
more or'e                  tbe father or mother. ���                  ��� '                , trans-
v                 :   ��� itrj     a.          .'������      (:-,)    if the settler has bis perman- ;";   and  carrj    pas engei      and   ore,
',;' ���                   the appl   int al  ent residence upon farming land own minerals and freight upon the tram-
k Dl                      'o'.eiie.,    ��� .    sub-  ed by bim in t'jo vicinity of his home- way by the force or tiower of animals
stead, the requirements    as    to resi-   *r such steam, electrli    vater or o	
dence may lie aatt-fied by    residence motive  power as   the Company   may
deem expedient.
Six months' notice ;_ writing eiiould And  "l""1 FUcn application all    the
be given to the Conunlsaloner of E>Qm- U8��nl  and  necessarj  pawers  to  ;��� llj
lnl.n Lands at Ottawa cf intention to and   effectually   carry  out    the    said
apply for patent. proposed  further undertaking   will   be
COAL���Coal mining rights may be applied for
leaned for a period of -.wenty-one y- a 's ""'   ! ���'   the City of Vancouver,   in
the Province of British Celumbla, tte
���i  iu  which the
,: a.-    by pro.*-.-  may,
11     ���  an  agi.. ,   on  upon the said land
��� the fathi i  moth-
" in  :'.,r or i ..-er of
lomeateader.
r .   rejulred to pe ���
"'��� ';' ad duties under one
''���'"      ��� plana-
"'    -: ���������       \ months'
Oil
A '&|-tt-ivi;,<1 line of First
Ofcass Staticnery - Pa-
ipeteiaes.
.and Envelopes
no Eato-KHiwlbut's I si
ginaflea
AI Morey's
m mm storl
no: be le- than thirty inches below
inc surface of the ground, aud all
other pipes where so situated as to be
, (posed i" frost shall be propei h proti cted bj ��� ng ., box placed around
them lii!. d v. Ith 'awdust.' In i ill
connect v .:, ��� i in en lent      ot
wati rv\ oi :. itifled '.-��� Ith
��� nee to the mains.
Miscellanea.
The ]��� en im' Improvt monts along
��� 'oluni'bia sue,'! n; front tho a-.-
i un and pi'iii entlary, b> rounding off
Grant's corner and laying cement
. klew all,- at iii" expense ol the governmenl - i oncerni d, were submitted
' and  approi ��� tl
The sp. eial committee io whom
\ ��as refen ed i be que; ion of uegotia-
\ tion- with the railway commissioners
1 for a sitting here ai the i nd of Pebru
^ ai >��� will i--in: Inue to make a ri ana '
I mollis.
i iw Ing to 1 ho late hour t he ��� ��i mati
j for I in".' �� ere not    ���- iched.
BLAME   RAILWAY  WRECKS
ON   TIRED  OPERATORS
ervislon at ports of embarkation, on
hipboard, and ai poi of arrival ,n
Canada. This will involve tne sta-
tionlng of Canadian Immigration Inspectors at Liverpool, Glasgow anJ
other liritish ports. The time within
which undesirables may be deported
i-- extended from two to three years,
imikine it coincide with the America-
statute. The clause to prevent mis-
representation by agents is made mov
drastic    The government is em] o
fix by ordi i In council I ii
, iary   values   which   immigrant -    and
ine; In Canad i mu I
Th.-  him ������ a    in  dobat   1 thi      ������ ���
mu of nubile tenders In the presence
of the  tenderer,  but  reached  no  i o i
elusion.
Tin- amusing feature of th. as
-inn was th" speech of Mr. Me.'.     -��� i
who   :��� ���...,;, d George  Fow Ier,
advertently   n '   the   boils.
I "boys."
Hon,  Mr. L<-::.:. ux Inl roduce .
iroviding   fo    Indemnifical Ion  aga  i**i
loss in' it v .   ed    ai tages to th
a- of $50.
The  po     '     ���        " : -il    Inl ri.
', " -,, an end - In   post offlc   i ���
the   : in |ios    of  p.        ting   co .���. e -.
ion io ��� In   e     ui    ol  125 i"
in i...,     ol  registered  letti
eels which v.-    '-'   In the r
m
i.i
ii
'NT
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Winnipt'R,    Jan.     29 Telegraph        tn  apply
, ��� ai,,, ��� hroughout ihe prairie prov- i
in.-.- on all lines are signing a mon-
sti i petition to parliament for an e ghi
hour law. The preamble declares that
ni.e, wr.cks are due to the fact that
operator- are overworked. Where
only one man Is employed at a station .
In   i    practicallj on duty all the tlrr ^ , --''^oili,-,-   pog)
\
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVEfl*r|SE
-IN'���
THE        DAILY NEW
is no .   ' ���  vi  in
<m  n    ihnIons
Postal   un or
similar  1
in   c -ni!'..'
.,e,-M    Ij,   .
-nd other
'    Alp]   or
' prcsl h r
.vn:...-  .
_al.6,
,01 V        '
Til.'    -i'i'
,��'
nation
H     II! S    1=
.ass
**f     the
in.
tho
, nlted  BUM
I li
I'll1
and
Westminster
Paper
intn
���'HI   �����   [.,!,.    |,
,01 lion
"'���mil, ������,
'n' ��� asiii-i
evviib'
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QOOKSLEY'S
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION
._��.
.-nee
at   nn   annual  rental   of   $1   ;xr  ncro.
more    than 2".tJ0 acres Bhall   be
'iou of the land  iu  ��_,
������    ears
i'.    .  ��� leased to one Individual or eompnny.
tder mav   if  --*.  so
r, ** 9��   \ ro-alty nt the rate of five oP-ntF per
reuuired     re--i-
��� iv.   oil     fa   ting ,
land ,. . . chantable coal mned.
bv  Uhu.   not   i   i ���.  ...  ���0.,v
acre. In e_Wni   la W. W. CO.tY,
lvtnesi.ad      lolnt ^Hity of tlio Mlnl^-T of the Inl
I   a ill  uot   meet   this	
fequlren
u,   |,    ,
���, >,   lgy of January, A.D   1909,
VANCOUVER POWER CO..   LTD.
tt  il Sperling, genera! manager
; Jricture :
POST CARDS
ARK  NOW   ON SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S ST/-TIONER-Y -TORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia   Utrtf"..
Notice i
partnership
tween    us,
.-'   glveu   that
hi retofore     . \is:jn
the    undersigned
ing   as   The    Westmlnsti
working Company, has t'
Issolved    by   mutu-
! T.   Rhodes  retlrin-
to the Bald ; ai
io   James   '
against -'
pn Be
��� i"u Provlou.
Richard ;
-''I'-iiiii,.
| lion r
TENDERS,
1   ' (or mother, 11 the
U of a homesteader
l-ence on  farming
t by  him,  n.
���   -'.in extent, ,n
homestead, o, up-
- stored for by him
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
udlng for friends In the old
Worm **"���* ^^imc
"'In* with ih.   veB,denoe d"li'^ by
' *��� Un tather (0r mother).
, .,,    "1<"-">   vicinity" ln the two
apbs is  defined   as
a .tin ;      more ,Wln nine mtlea in
nt ro; '";"��� exc,"sivfl o�� the width
,,,    ailowanoei crossed
u"JRllrei,,en,
in    the
L__
Wh.-n
country   by   buying     tickets    al
you will save money an I pi'1 ncm
delay.
Kastbonnd Empress sails from
John Feb, 12 and 26,   Call for   particulars,
ED  GOULET
-, ' ��� '
i       fo    the  furnishing  of ma-
-. ri ,1   and   ci nstruction   of   v
an I llooi  , ontalnlng thlrtj  i 10)
mo      ������:  Ichs,    Tend,
In cost pi r yard.    Plan and sped-
���  ms may be seen at the office of
Walker �� Peers, Edmonds Station, it.
I.'.  H . mi .Monday,  Fob.   1,   1909
Tho lowest or any tender not n
rlh   accepted.
TAKE
The White P
and Yuko
for   CONRAD,
WHITE HOr
HANKS   '
carry!
fn '
A
;" "''  ' adei
to
.^nuniland"^1
Mth
J11 bJ htmseif
"The Milwaukee
wrfor,,, '"'"''   '^ending
^��nCewthth0? lh,ti"s  ln
ft,ni tbe above while h...
'The   Pioneer   Limited,"     St
Chicago,  "Short   Line,"   Omah
Chicago,     "South     West
Kansas City to Chicago,
ssioner of Do-,     "N*��  '''"in*5  In   'he  servlci
" at Ottawa, of intention ra��road  In  the world that
equipment  that  of th
'��f the
I notify the agent
'* am th' �� s,lp'1 'mention,
3   n,,,l"" In writing must
glv
"-Itilon Li
,"" '" the Commiu
Lm
ai
Mills
uatent.
Chicago,
^My of��       W' Wi CORY, wankee & St. Paul Railway
Mlnlnier of th- Interior    "w"   -��d  operate   their  own  "
��
If Toi
Anvftr-TIHE
- IN ���
DA|   --Y       NEWS
" l,r ��� a Situation.
and dining cars on all theli
give   their   patrons   an   .v H"""
service  not  obtainable else**
H. S. ROW!'. General AR
\U Third St., cor   Vldei   Portli p""^l1 '
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 19Q9
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
flshing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
���treeta. New Westminster, B.  C.
t.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
c-jTnTon ejij- }V a t-JC;
SATURDAY.  JAN. 30, 1909.
MR. MANNS VISIT.
K waa \- ��� I] ii" I ''." Council and
Board of Trade should have seized the
opportunity and invited Mir, I). D,
Mann over yesterday. .Mayor Keary
acted promptly when the occasion hiad
almost been missed, and it is at least
a satisfaction to Know Mr. .Mann has
had an opportunity to see something
of a city of which he would got but
meagre Information In Vancouvei', and
little to our credit.
He maintained his reputation for
conveying little precise Information,
but has abandoned some of the .silence
which marked his earlier attitude to
public authorities, though there was
little in his speech yesterday which
thi city can use In the future as u
pledge, Perhaps it, was that he had
air. adj talked to thi Canadian Club
at Victoria, and h id an appolntmi ni
tbdaj of a slmili r i haracter at Vancouver.    All cannot  be satisfied, and
SUPREME COURT CHAMBERS.
Supreme Court Chambers before
Mr. Justice Morrison yesterday:
In re G-man, Order made to authorise Bale. W. Norman Hole, K.C.. for
plaintiff. \V. J, Whiteside for children
tn re James it. Brennan. Order made
for declaration of title, Adam S. John-
ii'u   for  Mr. Hoi.-,  supported .'iivlieo
tlon.
In  re  Brain.    For hearing originat-
ummons.    Set.  for Feb. C.  W,  J.
Whiteside made application.
In re Hogben. Order for sale. Mr.
Whiteside. ,
In re Fletcher, for probate. Mr,
Whiteside.
He .1. D. Kennedy. Order for advertisement. .T. K. Grant made application.
In re McLeod, Infants. The same.
In r< Mary Campbell. For maintenance. Adjourned till Feb. 6. Mr.
Grant   made   application.
dimming.-- VS, Cawley. For certiorari. Adjourned till Feb. ti. W. (!.
McQuarrle for crown.
Dominion  Wood   Pipe Co.   vs   Dan
lei.-.    For payment of garnishee mon
ies.    Order made.    Mr.  McQuarr!
plaintiff.
Norweigans Organize  Company.
Victoria,   B.   C,    Jan.   29.���Advices
from  Norway to local Norweigans are
to the effect that a company formed
to opera- ��� floating whaling stations
wil; shortly send three barges and six
,,,: |i] ; -.-unships to the Pacific stall, i ��� - ' nit in operation. The pro-
, to make a headquarters at
Seai tie.
Seattle Barbers Will  Strike.
Seattle,    Jan.    29.���Union    barbers
here are   iboui   to strike,  the bosses
having notified them that guaranteed
wages , '     -   cut from $is to 5115 a
We ..
"Get the Habit.'
Does anyone want
Hat and Coat
Hooks?
TODAY ONLY
10c
Per Dozen.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
gi neralitles must  bi    the   rule.   The |
determination to build to the coast, to
make surveys at an early date, and to
bring the rallwaj  by way of the fine
Fraser bridge summarize the  speech,
li was well that Mr. G, A. Keefer was
ready to make a declaration    as   to |
the ship channel being ready at    the!
end of next year, long bet,.re the company can reach the coast.
There Is this fact about Mr. Mann]
that he does not hastily promise, and
Jiiaving risen through all the rungs
iu the ladder he understands railway
development aa few men do in Canada
today, ranking worthily among the
half dozen   leading  railway directors i
in this country.    His work has   been!
i
well done and hi   Is associated    with i
some of the greatest enterprises of the
Dominion, railways, street car service ,
and waterworks.
LSir'JW.Jf?
-tS* Ce tZ*   !%���
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."
We've
Stirred
Town
Yes, we's stirred the town and we don't, wonder.
When high grade Clothing,  Headwear and  Haberdjasl
is sold at such fragments of pries as we are now   .
It's not strange that the  whole town is  talking aboul
sale.
Have you been getting >our share at
this banquet feast?
Remember this sale will lasi but two days long*
ary 31st Is posii Ivi ij  I he lasi  lay.
Plenty of Good Thin
LEFT FOR YOUR CHOOSING.
J'\
$25.00 Overcoats tor  ..$18.75
-v 1 Overcoal    for , .$15.00
$15.00 Overcoats for . .$11.25
$12.00 Overcoats f >r . . $9.00
$30.00 Suits for
$22.00 Suits for
$1   1 ,i Suits for
$10.00 Suits for
I   '-���
5
. .$13.50
. ,$7.50
Soft and Hard Felt Hats.
$3.00 Hats for
$2.50 HaU for
$*_.00 Hats for
$2.25
$2.00
$1.50
Men's Heavy Ail-Wool Underwear-
in all Sizes.
$7.00   I nders , ��� at 	
$5 '"  Undersult at 	
$t.0��>   Undersiilt at  	
$2.60   Undersult at  	
|5 25
$3.75
51.00
$2.00
Come in and let us show you the sort of bargains that we're sure will bring
you back again and again.
COMOX-ATUN   VACANCY.
1
The Con-- rvatlve 1    ' ���   In I       prov
Inca certainly has 1 '��� "������   Bense of de
cency, when such a responsible paper
.,.  the Mv.', ��� Vdvi rtiser 1 \p        - "���*
..ppointn*. n- a; thi   ' tltude of the P  1
vin.'i.il   Conservatlv.   Convention   last
wi ��� k In noi   wishing to pul   a 1 an 1
date in the Held a ;alnst Hon. William
Templeman when he off- rs himself tor
election in a te 1  weeks for the con
stinicney opened b;   Mr. Sloan's re. i-
uat imi.   li 1.' - ��� ���   ���   ���   n; - certain that!
Mr. Templet! in will be compelled toi
light a win'.     , impaign  In Canada Inl
ordei  to    1 11       the 111 '������ - ling of the
majority of tl     op   ���   lion In  British
Columbia    Then   can   b.     no    plea
urged now tl il the Conservatives are I
without  repi   entation  In  the  House
of Common-,  but  apparently  even  ������.
minister, who has b en In charge ot;
the  mining department,  of great  influence in  the cabinet  counsels, and
of special Importance to this province,
cannot he .permitted to take his seat
without obstacles ia the way,
Tho Liberals did noi oppose Hon.
Thomas Taylor i:t Re*. 1 loke on his
seeking re-election when taking office
as minister of works, and the party
as such was ln no way responsible
for a socialist coming out ln a forlorn hop' against him, The advantages of a minister representing thai
provincial constituency were urged bj
the Revel st ke Conservatives, and ihe
Liberals consequently gracefully gave
way. The arguments are equally
applicable in either .... w n.ii 1 in:
In Revelstoke i.- equally just In Co
i*io\ Atlln
Politically we know peopli do thing
which  thej   would  refuse  to  *ancrlon
in ordinary bu   1 *. but the same
code of ethics sh<     : universally exist    In addition to  this uentlmental
rea.-on, if it is so  ,1 >   of material advantage  to  hai.   .:   !',.   C    nnmi  , :-  pi '
the Federal Cabinet
REID & CO.
NOBBY CLOTHIERS FOR MEN.
��� ���iK-S.'-SMSr't!
_S_f'?ESSw{:
A FEW REMARKS
-ON ���
BOYS1 SHOES
I*
chool Shoes $
hat Money m
m Can Buy |
f& The impression e.xists that this store is the best place to buy School Shoes. The S
Mjj imnression is correct. We have earned the reputation by selling our trade ]X
sLj only such durable, well-built, comfortable, good-looking Shoes as we can back (\
QJ by a guarantee.    Note these prices: rt^
533 Boys' heavy Boston Calf school boots, sixes 1 to 5, per pair $1.50 ((   I
92 Boys' Blucher water-tight boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $2.00 0^'
Sj Boys' best box calf Bluchers, made with brags-quilted soles, per pair... .$2.50 ����
Wj! Youths' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13, per pai
Mac Kay's  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a;id Office \
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
IV..
News Dealers
 ������j
MR.  M'ANN  IS WELL
PLEASED  WITH  CITY
In ci m. - tion v ii ii the \ lull of
Donald " M inn, ��� ic president of the
Canadian North ��� -allwny, and Col,
Davidson to tl . and their   lour
round the i f - M tyor Kearj and
I. A. Cunnlugh u        ���  Idenl  of   the
1 i.ai'l   of   trad. ,   i'   i ���    UtlsfuctOry     lo
noie that Mr m mn axpr< ���-��� ������. complete mi faction ': the city after
a further examln . on and I id vi Ite 1
im- wharvi.- and *'<  nl   irei i to   -fle
��� he ��� vi. t Ing ti v i .nu hi i "iipiio-
datlon,
'       Japanese   3hip3   '.o   Australia.
\v. Illngton, N, '������: Jan    -v   Ii   la
likely  thai  a J,, mi squadron   of
, ighl shi| . \'i ia! i early
In 1910,
Qj Youths' Scotch grain, double sole, hand-
gj        made boot, per pair $1.75
92 Girls' school boots in boxcalf and kid,
jXj made with double soles, regular
92       $2.00 goods, for $1.50
1 ' ���	
| PARENTS:AsU fur ;,rho:ns,ruc,or"
M Sizes 8 to 101-2, made "nature-shaped,"
M        box calf Bluchers, per pair ..$1.75
| THE STORE FOR
|     5CHOOI. 5HOE5
1	
1
m
7&
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
$1.50 S
W
What do you
know about
Sweater Coats?
I
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.
Sign of lhe Big^i-lectric Boot.
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
���1M��w Westminster, B. C.
- s
THE LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  BvZC"
fi��3F=��
�����--
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-.211  Columbia  Street
a _
E   _
-   _
����__} 9AT-RDAY. JAN. 30.   IMt
Tfl��   DAILY
VTS.
r\
ineCasti Siorfss
T. H. Smith
yartsaB __) bum h w
"in ;;;i.sli .',liiri!s
-'
FJNAL
'City News!
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De
BUM PIDid You Hear So,gethin��
���
or January
A Clean Sweepout of Odd Lines in
Women's Underwear.
75c VALUES FOR 35c.
the  member    ol   thi
ii   son ��� ���    li  call* ���' fo
todi     ���    '      .   nc'> -hambe   al La-   mln
!"��� i    ���
mil.
"   ' ai   ii, , era and   an    ,
klm     o     Flora       work,      telephdm
bouai    B208
W                        au..1!t jecUred    a
11                               .    v , I lii-     white
Pl:;|1        '     '   birds, thi at the
ihow
in,
....    ..
S tul  to work In    i'i'
offei   i    accepted
loss   to   the   Wesl
d   club, bul    mplo e
bl     io  give   ihe  Clul
.,,,..   ., ward      Bndlni
m ���'   ��� wlni   ���
ll ' announced  thai
B ' un   to     Ch
thi
."','el 11    .  ,
"     "���    mlnste1    I i -
- -ly    next   we,-k.
,, , ,,  thi ' 'i ���" ������
Drop?  :
thai -.:    v  ������
���     ��� - Ini .. ..,-    ���
V,    	
n 11 on froi
ei'   for a decei       i ....
fron   ������
" with  thi   crowd to
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'SBLCN K  COLUMBIA ST., New Westmii        BC
Ope ���        orne Street.    Phone 73.
��� i tbi  championship lacrossi   gan
ii    ,���.,��� ; ������ oi   '"
'
Women'i Hygii
v-  .
\' 1
Cleai         cigars ot   exclusive
���lllaute,"   made by  tlu
����
"
��� | Thursda;
...
| Bargains  for Saturday
Or, v
Ii :     will   be  ci	
i   ,���',,, ���       ,  ,. -.,,       v, 111
e the me    ni hi
Cap Rgj [na,  v   reqii
-    ��� ������ a the <   eni   of
... ,
'
wedding
��� i ��� ���..
Going Out of W. B. Corsets.
laci  in S
i
REGULAR $2.50 CORSETS FOR $1.25
.
R, c
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$1.25
i ���, .
:. .....
.  ..   -i ���....       b
at th.
-
'    ���'��� "'  ���  D   _aw
"       ' ".       J,
'   ;'     by     th ..    .... ,,,   and
' om the ��'| ,   . ,.,    whlcn
beautiful  mahogany case      -       ii
!
4
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'"minion piai
prief      **;7r,
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Om     ���' 'minion   wa
piano, regular pric- $450
daj si' cial $325
SPOT   CASH  ONLY
ur     r
funeral,
���    trict.j private, will take
f   I      l-i   THnn'Q BiS Music House
J   *.��    .     I   t .       i   \   H   r l   r   .* COLUMBIA  ST.
���*-*������<���-*-eeeeeee��-��eeeeeeee4-*ee9eeeeeeeeeeeee^^��#����!
NOTE���We are special agents for
Royal Worcester, Bon Ton and Di-
rectoire Corsets.
Does this Table Damask Special
Interest You?
|        CLOTH   WITH   NAPKINS TO   MATCH.  $375.
i   ���.. ��� er    rized Damas    Tab!    Cloth   bIzi     i '       b
,;- ith ' er with handsome floral and
Unnei go n Ith  this    cloth,
he cloth.   It is a ch ni g ..���--
ri tn Ri gulai  $6 00   now  toi $3.75
, mi ii e :.
���
Tr;    Hani   \   . ������ ,.     ' i ood
lt'8        ���   best.     It       the
k<  '* i    hould   ���   ���       ;
grocer   and dm
e Odd Fi     -      at    two
noon,  when   Rei    1
S.   l|. |    .
t--
$12.50 Misses' Suits for $6.95.
an effort Is being mad
i     "   i;     '
i Woodward
lo i onn , i  l ..-i'li.  '   ' . -
\i,c with Westminsl \  uvi i
mon  direct]}  th
11'   11      lll'W le,    8 ..-'., .'���'...
days ago hj  tl ition offli la
from   thlg  cltj    hai ��� -1    to
.   examination bj
-,   vi  ���   -,.. , ired In town
\ i iti ' la;   with   s   ���   loi ' omi ittlon
nam. d   Walt. I   I I        conn
from Vancou*i 'i     i tu   mi o wen   hi Id
!.,     evi ilng ii< th    , ��� ition
,i poi tatl
,n,  -"il    ���  .,
Km
C" v
a "hli
,.. the cowi  otr -> i "\ of "D.
,  . and try om     fl will m ike
16
T. HL Smith's
Big January Sale
uni
I 'E&smtar: _-___M-__-______M
Ladies:
LOOK!  LISTEN!
entire stock of Ladies' and
Iren'a Ready-to-Wear
da on Sale.
Special this Week
lies' Silk and Net Blouses,
-i!ar prices from $4.35 to
L2.00.   Sale price?,
SEASONABLE
��� =���
Cnest
|      Protectors
i ChamoLs Vests
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions
big stock;
\        ll .       \ 	
e C. P. R., and his v ��� ���    ���
6ubli   in fixing up
	
ound '-'���   th Va
Bu r 	
...   - ...   ,,,,i | ���., i, has
ous pointi
. th, .. orl     \   the ttiati ���
iced In p.      on thi  bog sinks  whh I
causes thi I        in.
All de tiers bandh    _   i      and "Old
Spoi ���      . Igai -       The    old    reliable
mds, ���* I
I
\.n interest!
and the Teachln L'hrl
 i  al  Queen    avi uui     ttei
chilli h yestei daj  e*i i ning b;   Rei   Di
S   D   i'li"" n       ,..-,.,    .i   . i,    ,, |
in.I  ��� ��� toi ai d pai'"   ul ol  I hi     I th
dISI ��� !""el, of Ci   '     In i     "" '
lucid  mannei   thi   Bpeakei   i onl i a
���'"'     ���  i   '     ���" v "      "i     K'li'
o        md ol "     li adi rs ol  Social! tic
thought wiih th      teachings    of   the
' Ihrlstian i burch, making clear to hls
i     irers thai Christianity v* oui I ni
, be supplanted by Socialism, which he
ldescribed ns slowly and ever evolving
Into a newer and more advanced sys
I'-m.  ih- Ultimate aim of which *ra��
not properly understood by the masses
of   the   people   nnd   many  of   the   followers of the belief
.. Just Arrived ..
Bran,        Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheal Flour for Bread and Pastry
Grahai   Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatletf Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
186 Coll -���    ot,       9.  0.  Drawe-   106.
Buv Yi ur Groci rii    fi
r.icr,
BUTTERS    Friday,   lan   29,   1909   In
this city.  Eli-abet h Esther,   r.eloved
wife of T  B. Butters, aged <9 ���'  '
(funeral will take place    from   the
i-.imily   residence.     1-17     Pin
Saturday   .'nn   30, at  2  p.m., to    the
i   0 0. I\ cemetery.   No flowers.
AT
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���: number of these blouses, so come
arty and get the choice.
Choice Meats
AT the
Cac'_ Meat Martat
Corner -ight- St. snn    Pntth Avf>bae
OHONE   .170.
aOWELL A  OODV.  Pronrmto-.
NOTICE.
Take   no        that   I.  ( .   W    Pr
Of VanCOUVi '   ll   C, farmer,  intend to
o  .bl�� Chief Commis-
doner of Lands and  works    for   a
twenty-on crazing le ise on   the
.,,.,., ���    ,    bin 1        Com
; at a po      n the east    shore   of
.���   .,.,,.. -'   ���   ,   .-1   district
, .,,.,     ,    i 'i of  ihe   month    of
���  "���    '-" ���   ���    Hi"
island to th. th nee follov
.,,    ihore    nor herly,     easterly    and
loutherly to ���>    commence
ment,
\,,   2  i" i       '" ��� '     Inland,
Simpson ,iv' "���' c ;| post at
.   touthi i ��f ���'s'n' i lease,
lence weal   icrot*   the island to    thi
shove,  thence    followin'g    the    shore
southerly,       e ���      "'-'       l,n''       northel,-
around to the iiolnt of commencement.
���������   \V.   PRRSTOX.
Jan. 28,  1909
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
8 lbs        butter  -       -     '
Canned salmon, 2 cans for   ���
the besl qualil     tin IS
Baking   powder, Blue   Ribbon,
per can   	
Bakinp Powder, Schillltlgs Be '
Extracts.   Lemon   nnrl   Vanilla,
best brand Q  oz. bottle   -
Mince V '
Klondike Soap. ! bars   -
Eclipse So ip, per cartoi i -
Tfilet Se: ���    8      '   IS to box
20   t a [Seagulls      Id al   1!    j
"'
50
package)   special
Flour, per
-it
2i��
i i
t.65
Phone 97
PROMPT DELIVERY.
��� ������
^1
I
Mere's a Toast
To the insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and Who Insure your property for less
than others.
,��������������������������������
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J. BIR TCH
UTE HOUSE."      275 Columbia Str
-       WATCH REPAIRS.
J       Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If ���
I so bring the watch to us and we will put it m good J
;
t
The Jeweler ��
I
A'l the companion I represent are re-
��� Canadian companies with cn-
-i.-ible rcptitaticns for the prompt payment of losses, and they charge less
for good risks than others. They do
not want the had ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE  YOU   MONEY.
1
X order, and m
S AaCCURAT
akeit NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
TIME.
|W. C. CHAMBER LIN
NEW WESTMINSTER
COLUMBIA   STR-tT,    N_ww__i".	
:
ALFRED   W.  MclLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
A-M.TaaM-. BLOCK
�����_-^saa��
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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PAGE SIX
the daily news.
SATURDAY, JAN.
30, 1909,
O
PACIFIC
The Edison Theatre I ���������� *M IS IMPRESSED
great amount ot the grain would    be
shipped from the prairies by the coast.
CANADIAN
Cprner Columbia and  Eighth.
with terminal f acuities I rs ���:^:t ::;;r
1
RAILWAY COMPANY
i ij-nimencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave dally at 9.18 am;
train for all points East a*. 3.20 p.m ;
train   lor  Agasslz at  5.42  p.m.
Ticket, sold to and from all points,
Reservations    made for    first    class
slpf-D'-rs*, tourist and steamer r.abins.
For further particulars ana roservu.
j;ods spply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New -Westminster,
High CLas-3 Moving   Pictures,   Ulus- (Coan-umed from Page One.)
trated Songs.   Program changed Mon- J ~^7aci,ttr ror a railway to Mission.
jlay, Wednesdny and Friday. : nc supposed the C. N. R, was looking
I tor  the trade  to the Orient, and he
Special Matinee    for    Ladies    an-,b.'lk*vt.'d lh;U K would uo<  ba    man>'
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.    ] years  before  1-0  cOWiiitliy    had    its
; largest  vessels  coming  to this   pun.
 ��___________ ���Mle  could  see  iro reason  why the  C.
' X. R. should not choose this l'or    its-
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665  terminal on the Pacific.
J.   A.   Lee,   the   vice-president,   said
lA/iflCf      YllPfl       CO       ll0 citizt'ns only  want0(i    a"    oppor-
��W ing        ��� U-CII      \sf\lm  tunlty tQ show ,ho company they were
in a position lo build up a oity   here
process which would harden the grain
so as to stand the trip.
The visitors spent some hours In
tho city visiting various points before
returning to Vancouver.
Or tc
FOSTER,
Asst. Gen!. PaS0.  AJrt.. Vnnnouviir.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
11  ���   ' i        -������'
! vjraniteware :
ni
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Granlteware, in all the very
newest designs, und ai the lowes! jiossible prices. Call in and in-
specl our stock; no ��� rouble to show sane.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
second to none. He trusted that Col.
Davidson would soon be a constant
visitor to the city and that in the
not distant future the C. N. R, would
have its terminals in the city.
The Fruhling Dredge.
Aldermen Henley and .loliuston followed, and the resident engineer, department of public work, (j, ,.\#
Keefer, made an Important .speech,
>\' i 1 ll reference io ihe channel improve. I
Brewster's Millions.
U is with an aroused anticipation
of good things in view that the local
theatre-goers await the coming of
"Brewster's Millions"' which will be
the bill at the opera honto on Thursday. February 11. The play is a stage
version of George Barr McCutcheon's
lively and successful book of that
name. The story Is old, and tells of
the efforts of Montgomery Brewster
to spend a million dollars left him
by his sraudfather within a year, and
to preserve coiM.lete secrecy regarding
bis object. He is -not permitted to |
give or gamble it away, nor is he per-i
mitted to endow any institution or
erect any permanent memorial. This
Is made * condition under which he
Inherits this fortune ten times as vast
from an uncle who had conceived and
nursed a bitter hatred for the grand-
I Young People,    Attention!
you  can receive  instruction in night classes at
Columbian College
In  ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING. CORRESPON_ENcp   j
SHORTHAND.  TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW,    PENMAN    I
ship. mffisWmvm*^^
All or any  part of the above Tuesday   and   Thursday .-
from 7 to 9.
������nin-p)
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS _>ER MONTH
���;c^.^*:;;:*->��-::::*-i;-��*i-',��:>
h;";*.;-;:  :>������;';:.���<<.���<'���*������"���������������:!' :���*������'. %<���.>:;���..
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A.   Hardman.
A.   James. J. McClughan.
WHEN  YOU  BUY  A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get v.ilue for your
money. See us before
you decide to purchase.
Plumbing Heating Hardware
Hardman & Co.
hi.��� nts. HO Was in �� position to -ay I fat_6i\ The comedy will be presented
that In the near future there would be|by ;ho Cohan and Harris Comedian,
as deep a channel to the Gulf ofl^ajedby tiial capiable and well known
Georgia from this city as could pos-  comedian,  Roben   Ober.
sibly be desired.   The entire difficulty I  _______
to  h&vlgators  was  confined   to  cigh-' " '
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   a   reward of $2oi_t). will be paid b>     .h?
leen miles of the riv< r near the mouth,
By the end ol' ttOXt year he was able
to announce thai there would be at
Last thirty feet of water between the
city and    the    gulf.    There    are    no
insuperable difficulties and the dredge! Corporation of the City of New Wesi
will be aide lo keep the channel    at minster for Information that will lead |
the required depth until the jetty    Is  t0 lhe iarres, arj(*  conviction of    tlie'
built.    The  Fruhling  dredge  has  been       __ .     ��� . ,���,���    ,.,
'person or persons who set on   lire the,
n Columbia Street in \
about the l^ih in-t.
W. A. DUNCAN. I
City Clerk.
Citj   Hall,  Sew  Westminster, Jan   27.
1900.
Easy Terms
Modern 9-room house on Third ave-
.,'. corner lot, in good repair; on city
car line. Price $2500. Terms $100
cash, balance on monthly payments
lnten   I  8 per cent      MOVE QUICK.
Dominion l rust Co
 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.-	
MONEYTOLOAIN
C^K>C^O��C^C4O0��0*C)*040*04-C; O-tOtO+O^OtOtOO^O^KftO-Kltfl
butl
Dupont Block.
1 'hi.-; City, on o
Trust
Sole Agents.
Block.     Front     Street.
WESTMINSTER.
reported  from  Acapulco,   Mexico
tho report i i unconfirmed.
Mr. Mann Impressed.
\. 13. White seconded the vote, and
.1. li. Kennedy, ex-M. P., wound up
ihe discussion, in replying to the
vote of :banks Mr, Mann said he bad
been verj much Impressed by ihe remarks linn he had heard, and which
hud contained mnch valuable Information with  regard to  the    hipping   of
-.train from the coast the drawback so      AU accounts       n   to J. Travers &
had   been  thai  owing  to  the de- Co., Butchers, S on, must be paid
te ioral ng Influence   of   the   climate  to the new firm ol  A. Owens & Co.,
ind the equator the grain had   to  successors to J vers & Co,
NOTICE.
NEW
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY GOAL
BANFf ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O, Box 345. Phone 105.
P. O. Box  471.
Tel.  53.
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be caiii.,1 In sacks,    Bu' if the short-      (Signed)
iii ss of the Panama cnrra'l route would
permit   there  was  no doubi    that    a  January 26,  1909
["RAVERS & CO.,
Sapperton, B.C.
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Gasoline Engines!
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Palmer  Bros.   Engin.sj
' v to 25 h   p., 2 and  l cy<     *im|
on 1 be market,   Ei ;|
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Iron   WormsI
JOHN   REID,   Proprieto-,
Tenth Street,   ���   New Hfesiiti-i
ii
The
Roast Beef of Old England''
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold by
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
litis just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. S-TUR-*
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BURNABY mission Pastoi H
w w Bromwich, Etas! Burnabj Ber
, -,-,-. aa follows Knst Burnabj Bun
daj Bchool a! two o'clock; preaching
service ai :i p.m . '."tni* people's bi i
li e al . 10 p.m ; Thursday, prayei
service ai s p m W-Bl But_abj
Sunday school at 1:30 and preaching
m TtlO
(Nd subjects received.)
ST. ANDREW'S PRBiBYTfilRiAN���
Rev ���'. s Henderson, pastoi Ber-
rices ii am and 7 p.m. Babbath
ichool unii Bible class B:30 p.m.
Morning, ' \ Divine Call to the
Church"; evening, Christ ami Oui
Common L-fi " An 'i|>'>n Bible class
service will be held In the afternooi
���. In ii Miss 1 Jddllow will *.lng.
WEST ENI' METHODIST    Rev,  V.
A   MaRfp, pastor   Services nt i> b m
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Thursday, Feb. 11
COULD  YOU  SPEND  A  MILLIO*>     I*
A YEAR ?
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J.  HENLEY
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Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated W,it^��,
Family trade a tpecialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
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no aBBlgnmeni of thi  right 6! i vol
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stltute shall be accepted or recognlied
by the   Departnun'    of   the   I"'  'ip'
������ hlch li not execute! and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant i   ui I '    the   Ilnleti ��� ��� I Militia
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PEMXCTION
COCOA
If rtm ptr.ft nnd tbe hs\ and is tntt ��-r'inning the beverm*
fer old and ymite'
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Columbia st.   "Man on  the Whei
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SATORbAY, JAN. 30, *<*
We have several lines
left yefe from our fire
sale which we are selling at away below cost,
| such as Soap with the
1 wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some
can goods also.
See our Window
Eight packages "Force"
25c
Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
3 lbs. Creamery Butter,
$1.00
This is the best value in
butter on the  market.
j Try it.
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Eclipse
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad irons
Vegetable Siicers
BALKAN SITUATION !���*���
CAUSES MUCH ANXIETij   A
Bulgaria Calls Out Her Resales and
Powers    Try    to    Bring    About
Peace   With   Turkey.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
London, Jan. 29.���-The Balkan situa-1
ition Is causing    anxiety    again    i��
European    capitals.   Fearing    trouble!
between Turkey nnd Bulgaria as a re-!
snii  of Bulgaria calling out her    re-
��i rvev  the  powers  aro  bringing pressure tor a peaceful settlement.     sir
I Edward Grey has sounded the powers
on  ibe subject, and Russia has  pro-
, posed that common representation be
made both to Sofia nnd Constant ino*.^.
against any change In the frontier
which would endanger European
peace.
Great Britain bas advised Turkey
m accept an Indemnity of $211,000,000.
(Bulgaria is inclined to pay this, provided Turkey alias*Ions ber claim for
rectification of tlie frontier.
Co
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No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks
(not frozen), per sack,
$1.00
C.A.WELSH
I
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phones  193 and 443.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
1
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
We nialte a specialty of   fir   doors,
1 steam, d ami kiln drie I.
January
CLEARING
SALE
COMMISSIONER WAS ONCE
CHIMNEY   SWEEP  SLAVEi
;W.E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End cf Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf t'-e bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We.tm.n.ter.
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{Today
J [jositivelj   the  lasi of the
[Closing
fOut Sale
An Interesting   lecture   was   given
yesterday evening at    the    Salvation
Army barracks by Commissioner Cad-i
man, an old timer in the Army, and
one of the  few  living  today  who    as- j
sisted General Booth in founding the 1
greai organization with which he    is!
still   associated.   The   commissioner,
who    was    accompanied    by    Lieut.-I
Colonel    Howell     and    Mrs,    Howell.
M.i.'iii' and .Mrs. Morris, and the silver
I.end of Vancouver, dealt with his life
history In an Interesting manner, relating linw. having been left an orphan
,il   nn early age, he  W'as virtually  sold}
::��� i   slavery  to  a  chimney   sweep    in'
London, and forced for years to climb I
(.'hl.'iiueys and sweep them, often    at
the risk of his life.    He remained at
ilii; hazardous occupation until  legls
vii',n   was   passed   prohibiting    boy.
from engaging In that trade.   Convert
vi  shortly   after  he attained  his  majority, lie went through'several exclt-
I iti--.   expjeriences   while   preaching   in
T  >ii   open air, having trouble alike with
��� I ih,   rowdies and the police,
��      Al the 'conclusion of his lecture,    ai
>*oti   of   thanks,   proposed   by  Georgel
��� Small   and   seconded   by   .limes   Cun-
��� nlngham, was tendered the commissi-ioner, who replied in a few apt and
X  humorous sentences,
AT
KYLE
255 Front Street.
Dm  offi ring nl  bai galiiM will be
the mo 1  astounding feature of
the sale.
HEAVY   TAXES TROUBLE
PEOPLE   OF   PORTLAND
Portland, Ore., Jan. 29.-   Everywhere
in  Portland  the earnest   cry  is  going
up  for a  limitation of expenses,    at
least, If not actual retrenchment.    So
much  Influence Is being brought    toi
bear   on   the   legislature   that   evenj
meritorious appropriations are    belngj
sidetracked.     The    complaint    from
Multnomah 1 ounty is great, tor taxes
in  Portland tbiis year will   ,.   almosl
unbearable.
This county nlone  has to raise $l.-!
581,500 during February,   Th..   asses-
��� or made his last  levy on what  pur-
* ported to bo a true cash value,    The,
J   result  was tin a.-sessni, nt nw %:-, i,. ���
000  higher  than   lasi   year.    Ii     was I
hoped  the levy  might be Kept  down,]
Inn   ll   is    43    mills.    Unprecedented '
municipal Improvements, coming In a
bin eh.  have caused  It.
t ������#������--* ���* ���>��������������>������������������� ������*��
Will Co to Edinontoe.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eicjhth  and  Agnes   Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 to '., evening, 7:30 to 10. _-.__.-���
^lon 10c, Bkatei 26c. On Saturdays j
10 to 12, school children under 12
will ba furnished skates for 10c, Commutation tickets now on sal..'. Thono
A 483.
DISMISS  CREW  AND
CLOSE  LIFEBOAT  STATION
Vlctoi ia. .l-in. 29 ���In ' "ii -equence
nt the wreck of tho Bamfleld creek
m.1 or lifeboat, the Dominion govern
nn in lia- dismissed the life- avlng
in, w, nnd will temporarily close the
��� ,nIon, leaving onlj a caretaker al
Bamfleld
Messina Still Feels Quakes.
Montreal, Jan. 29.���Rev. John E,
Duclos, ,.i Valleyfleld, has accepted a
call to Norwood Presbyterian church,
Edmonton,
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vie slna, Jan,    29     \    number   ..1 _
,.������!.��� earthquake   shocks   yesterday, ^
j is:  a month  since  ihe    earthquake 4
iMiiiirew-    Messina,    caused    great '4 to Westminster such as is Bel-
alarm Terrific rainstorms have caused j+ , 1,.��� M accorded  western cities.
RAILWAY  BOARD VACANCY.
li is stated 1 hai ih" a nn,' iii
a   ,.i iiinin, 11!   local     Ltbi    ll     ll
ue ni .nn. d in connection    with
lhe proposed  appointm. ni  of fl
British   Columbia  member   to
th"   railway  commission,      Tills
appointment would be a ti Ibute
Everything   you   need   for   the   Family
Dinner at
The Moody Park Store
inn. h distress among the people
-1: in-11-don of work.
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_SL,r____.a__,-,?"i  .'en.,orexchan4e!tho,v,,l,eyCity 0. District, it \
will pay you to list with us at once.
W. H.  SMITH,  Proprietor.'* . * ���
corner sixth Av_ and Tenth st.    % We have the ex]Kjrience, organization and con- \\
nections, and can guarantee you good service *
W. IN. Draper
.    B-   C.   Land
Surveyor
umm F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. miuw jj
New Westminster, B. C,
;   ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATEU1905
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&
Closes on Saturday
Might
Another tumble in the prices of many lines, which
have been on sale during 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.
MISSES'
Dress Skirts
$1.55 EACH
Have been on sale at $1.95;
regular values $3,00 to $-1.00.
Tho balance at this special
low price to clear them out
$1.55 .-ach.
Ladies9 Skirts
$1,95 EACH
Th,. balance ol the lot which
iv.is i. en on sale at $2.'jr.
each; regular values $.">.00 to
$8.50. V'.u can choose nice
skirts now In this quick clearing offer.    Each $1-95.
ON% LOT
Ladies' Skirts
Still further reduced
to $3.95 each
This means the balance of the
loi on Bale previously at $4.95,
Every skirt Is worth double
an,i mole than the '<'*' price
n..\.       lied,     However,   they
nn ���   : .1  Stick onto    the
i.i. ks;  only  a small quantity
lefl      choo e    now.    at    $3.95
CHILDREN'S
Warm Coats
at $1.55 each
Sale price on this lino has bi i.n
$1.95; regular value!' of which
wen $3.00 to $3.76. Bl_e-
-uitable for girls six to nine
years, \n i xcptlonai chance
to .lire a comfortable coat
at this -mall price, $1.55 each.
One lot Childrens'
Coats now $1.95
Thi*   oi   ...    b' en on sale    at
$2 : liar values $5.00 to
$6.75, The turtner reductions
tot, our determination to
deai iut the balance. Materials used are dark twi ed
and Kersey cloths; four or
tiv, n    the   loi:    each
$1.95.
Another
Reduction
On this line of
BLOUSES
Now 75c Each
Ha\, --i. elllng at ?5c during
this Bale and the small quantity left must (ind purchasers
bj Saturday, The lot conslsta
of black B��teen and dark
col ���'��� neb tte    waists   in
almost all sizes Rogular
values were $1.25 to $2.00; to
cl< , :   them out price now 75c
A SATEEN
Underskirt
AT 75c EACH
:    ' 11. . at,...n underekirtfl
in th, 'f lallty which has been
on . le all month at '.'5c each,
������ make this further reduction -., complete the clear-
"" - "i be small balance.
Choose ..nc or the thre,. styles
at 75c each.
Man-- oth. - p. cial clearing lots
..n sale for th, closing days of
our tale. Every department
has ome odds and ends to
clear out
WRAPPERS
at 75c encfi
i.e      I ban  you  coul i  i u   :.:,,
uuy the material  fo
into   ladies'    wrap
small lot has been oi
95c, and the furthei
will char them out qui
White
Muslin
WAISTS
25c each
Ri     ,   v    .aliie.   TiiJc     nii'i
of special vain.- al    -���'
As  'he  quantity   Is  '	
to put luck into reguli
we shall clear ihe   i'-1
ance out  at  25c  I
Corsets
Down to
Another
Low Price
75c pair
A small lot of Crompton'i
sets in such well known sty)'
as Magnetic, Victoria, 0*
Military 209, etc Th, -'��� ���'������''
been on Bale at 96c; .---l,;-'
values being $1.25 and *1*6
All sizes as yet, in the one*'
the other of the styles; i**
on -ale at 75e per pair.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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