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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
1260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
JWHITE,:SHILES.&:CO.
NEW. WESTMINSTER, B. C
)J_UMJ_ 4, NUMBER 20.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. MONDW, JANUARY 25, ll'OO.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
/IRELESS
AID AFTER COLLISION
programs Save Passengers
And Crew of Steamer Republic From Drowning.
Nantucket, Mas*, Jan. 23. in grop-
],,,,. way through the dense fog off
tautiicket lightship ai dawn today,
L [earner Florida, of tlie Lloyd-
klinn line, bound to New .ork from
.���l,.s deall a death blow to the
iWanl bound Bteamer Republic, of
,, \\ hite Star Hue, laden with pas-
,,: , seeking pleasure in southern
L , .,,,! wiiii supplies fur tn,.
);        suates haul'ship Heet.
Wireless   Summons  Help.
[.. | ,..,. -  telegraph    played    an
iart  in the grave Incldei
ih.- sin '   .  and    proved    Its
li   h:i 1  never  don
i   i, 1,1  ili.-  tale,  iir- I
....  . h,   new ���   ,.i tin   colli:  on .'', .
.     tbe   lim r.    'I'ii"    n "..
:,���  Injur ��� I
,   iii    win le      toi !  ol
��� ,  ��� ai
nkin - ni iii
CDLLEOE BOYS BREAK EVEN VESSEL LAUNCHED
IN FOUR BASKETBALL GAMES      FR0M FRASflR MILLS
High Scores Were Features of Matches'
in Gymnasium on Saturday���Close       NeW     Craft     Named     Anna
Games Expected Friday. M&y g^-fc _ g^ f __ j_og.
ging Purposes.
Columbian college pulled even in tbe *
four basketball games it played Sntur- j
The vessel which has been building
u the Fraser River Mills for the past
for lowing purposes was
launched yesterday morning from the
ways.
Il has been christened the ������Anna
.May Swift," and is no feet long, by 21
feel beam, and has a displacement of
2on   tuns.    The  builder of  the   boat,
day   winning  two  anil   losing one.    lu
Lin-  evening Lie  bugle band   team    of 	
the local militia were completely swal , fm" montha tor towln- P-rpo--- wa
lowed ui) by a score of half a hundred
to four, ii was a fast match throughout, every player on both ftvee work
inn t" his utmost, but the coll '.ne
could  play  basketball ami  the others
roilid iii it. Holh iianis rhaiig'-d I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
man ai half time, the college playing Alexander Watson, of Victoria, was
Smith instead of Barraclough, and the present to see bis design completed
bugle land li. Gilley for Q. O'Conner. ;m,| christened. All the mill official.
The Vancouver Y. M. C. A. employed   __���  .   ,.���.���,.  ������,,���,, (j|.  visuo,.,  vv���].
present to -������<��� her glide out Into    thi
waters; of tin' Fraser at.9:25 a.m. .Mi,-
BELLIitlAM MEN BUY
BIG TIMBER LIMITS
Purchase 300,000,000 Feet of
Standing Fir and Cedar
For $80,000.
Belllngham, Jan. 24    J, P. Nelson,ol
this city, lasi night closed an $80,	
deal whereby W. M, Frlzell, S. J. Cratt,
G, w. Felker and ri. Graham, of this
place, become the owners of 300,000,-
000 feel of Btanding cedar and Iir
timber,
The tract, which covers 7680 acres
of laud, lies eighty miles from Vancouver, B. C, on .lei vis inlet. Two
thirds of the timber Is cedar,
The mad was owned by lhe firm of
Webber iV.- McConnell, ol Vancouver.
i oyi'  i Mm   was   I,, have  played    the
college junior team Saturday evenini
bul  the boys defaulted, WW
In tho afternoon th   thre   quintette* Ruth Appleton performed the chrisl  n
lie" Christ   church    boys'    brigade, inn- c remony,  pulling a series of rib
���nior  intern  idiate and junior, played ons,  red,   white  and   blue,  connected
mi   the  colli ���      The coll-ge with  i lib teen    ol I    ch im  a  n
."���         ;1m          1.   . hli h  splasln d nv ��� :   In r bo i\
i  with  the   co                    core  of \      i      n     the    .;            '���                 :
;                                    in .    I.. M.  Sovey,  ii,.             i
"50-S      ,0*su��in o.i|)B|s:'., -.
..  -. J   ,      , ,.   .
WEST INDIES ANXIOUS FUK
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA ���
MANAGERS APPRECIATE
ASSISTANCE 9F CHILDREN
Royal     Columbian     Hospital     Treated
Many Patients Last Month���Ret)
Cross Fund  Received.
The monthly meeting of the board
of managers of the Royal Columbian
hospital wv.is held on Saturday after
in><iii, Marshall Sinclair In tho chair.
There were present .Mrs. Hill, Mrs
Pearce   and    Mrs,    Ferguson,   L.    a.
WRECK Of SOQUEL
Off PACHENA BAY
Schooner Goes Ashore Close
To Scene of Valencia Disaster- Five Saved.
Bamfleld, B. C, Jan. 23.���Mistaking
the llghl al Pachenabay tor the Cape
Flattery   light,   Captain  Jamleson,   In
command of the four-masted schooner
Lewis, J. J. Jones, James Johnson andl Soquel,  'ound   from  Callao,   Peru,  to
the secretary, W. H. Keary,
Tin. salaries and accounts for    the
Port  Townsend  In ballast    piled    bis
vessel on Sea Bird Rock, aoar Pachena
pas:  month wire passed for payment.I,JUJ,  im the treacherous weat co,ast of
Monthly   Report. Vancouver  island.
Miss Martin,    lady    superintendent,!
.   ,, ,   ,     .,       lhe   ,-lllp   |s      a   lolal      wreck.      Sll-
pre ented the foil iw Ing report:    l bt;f,.
io submit her.with, statement ot struck at midnight Friday and twenty
patients, itoyai Columbian hospital,; ml lutee later a mountainous wave
for in,- month of December, 1908: No h 0ke ,,,,.,��� tne vessel, carrying away
of patients In hospital, Dec   I.  17: d��_- two ���,.,.,��� .,,���, -  |*feDoati and  killine
cliai -:,"1. , l; di   1. J;  admltte I  tl :i in
jCapt.  lamleson's wife and little daugh-
:'     "'"��������� ,;:,:    emalnlng Dec. 31. 41; ,       The spar also broke the captain'a
"���  Patlenl    '       "' dul-in- " ,""1 , ivm,  and tin   leg of a  seaman,    Jack
                            er,   112;  No. ol  hospital  days.    1539; ,,
.    __��� ..                          .                N     ">'  raat(   ,:                           " ' Thirte-n  Souls on  Board.
Sci-cine ts Woiking S'ticothly. Jamaica   ,      .    to.    ,, ,���,,   ,,,i-
'���     ���   '-���   "                 ""     "  "! ' ie   Si.qu.'l   had   thirteen    '.mis on
Alone Holding Aloof Because of        ,         521-5;   No. ol           in    inhospl r.vv of whom managed to
Fear cf United States.                  tal  lan.  23, 02 rm|n  ,|n. snjp U|  ..���.  rock__    1.-ul|i.     ,.
nunici
C        on with
���   Al   .     Ira   ( li
hi   cju   'i
Ift,   and   i pin
em .1 thi - ai'i,'in ,":i
; :      Li ebro   and
_______________________________________________________________________________________________,*'''x
nallv summoned from    iliel""' *���' '     n    '    ���"'������'��� "���'    t0 Vl*** -   *������ ;i"  ::':   *'��� ���'       '!   th- secretary tor the Odd Fel      ,. .    ..,    ,,h     .!][i|,,    [n    .
I     Definite  arrangements    have ' been   couver, where her engines will  be in-|t:ia( eVt.ms were |,,ading ,��� ,, definite i,ow'-- contribution, were read, and  the  darknea|
I) finite
i good basketball  game
French   steamer   La  Lo,-I '    ���"   ��  '���   :-   '"'  exl' '^'   ������������������������-' :    ���''   acreoment on tho scheme ol red     -cai
"ns coming Friday at  lhe gymnasium    ���;     In       iod maclihier\  ol the lat, ,        , .,     ...
i ...... Es between Canada  and  th,
gifts acknowledged with  thanks.
Head   Nurse   Re-engaged.
nil  C
i    .��� ivlng  io  lie
wiiii    tli-       enio       nl    interme llati
;' iii.   V   A. C    The opponents      Owing to difficulties ol  lumber   the]
of the senior  players  will be the cit;    boai  has taken a long  time  to
���   , with the    lci     on of .1 i
\ i .ii.    ���   nd   fears   the aci Ion  ol     ' be
i;'      United   States   should  Cana la   i
The secretin i    ���   orted   thai   he ha*l   .
j to
.������ engage l  Mi -s Cunningham a    h ad
li   ihe   vessel   holds together    until
' morning, iii- men mu.j  be able i ��� .
,  than   the other  "'""'   "i:i!"   the   c0"ep     w111   ,,mlNh   slle wil1 "�� -"ed to carry supplies    to  _   BUDstantial   ,���,;���,.,,���,.   ,m   lumb ,
|   the   Repnblii '   :meflat'       These will be    the   Ihe lun     ,   ., and in general tour-   ,,,u|. ;in.,  (is��� ,��� ,���,������_ ff)r _ _���,._,_���
the shore at    low    water     Shoidd
ucceSsful in  ibis, the steam-
I ships Tees and  I..��������� ,ro will pick them
th,
���   iniiiii diatel        . nd
all   he offici rs and
wl ii   i be   ��� \
���    thai ves
rived
. '
(ll  ii  cla  < baskelball matches to! ii        . iness
take place in this city this si a   in
agar pri :��� ' ��� nci.
e   and  iii- actli n  wa - appi
i he  . -.��� ir.r commi lee for the past j
i    ath n .mm ti d satisfacto 'y conditions
..   I,.-  pital. Thej  were Mrs. Pi an e Revenue Cutter Stands By.
Joseph   Leiter Recovers  Rapidly.
('lin i  .,  Jan   ': I     Joseph L< Itei. the
i 'llllonaire  coal  mine owner,    i -    re-
SWIFTS   WILL   OPEN
BRANCH   IN   REVELSTOKE
Ri vclstoke.  Jan.   21.    \V.   I.   Ovans,
���'I .!������ "Stand inl" liopi     ��� li.-   ��� he   '���
... ;  \\     ,   ii,--. Por tin   coming month      Th*?   United   States revenue    cutter
lay   indicated    In    th      government'
: icemi ni on ihe subji cl doi - n u
signify  disappoint ment.
Irs    ,,
M<   si . Slnclnii   ind  !.��� wi-   Manning i-  also standing by with the
I '   Course.
:
.,       .-���, II
..    mil      ..li   the
loi      in
 n pai tments    pi ,������
i  ,,.   ihe  Boui goj ne
. ..   and    kept
for    more    '.ban
The   water-tight   com
rapidlj   from  tvtt    operation
pr-seiiting  .1.   V.   Griffin,  of Edmon-  TWO AMERICANS MAY
i   I lie Canadli ti h of I lie Swil
,   ,      ,,   ,.    ,, , ,,,    Pueking Co., was In the city yesterda'
i nil-hit.    th.. ^^|   ^^^H
noted
BECOME CARDINALS
were appointed.                                       I life-saving crew from   Waddah   Island
'i'li,   -��� ���.��� ' tarj  n ported thai the new                 ,     .,., ,,                      .    .    ,
,,n  board,     lb- Manning  reached the
I'pcnti ir.-   rable and  stretcher had ar :                         , ,     ���            ,     ,  .     ,
. ��� ter dark, having received v, ��� d
of   the   disaster bj   signal   from   Porl
'.ed  Cross   Society.
Ho   ��� .    ,l,an
'I.-- Tii      Vt tican    Is
Children's    Red Cross    society
subniii led   a   n poi I   of    iheir    \ ear's
i 'rescent.
Those   who    ci .iin.i i I  11" ough   iii- ���
urf to , he rocks when I he ship struck
SALMON   CAN   FACTORY
WILL   DOUBLE   CAPACITY
ingenients   foi  op uin                                  .,.,,. vbrk,     lowing a  to      contidbution ol
uusl    considering tin   elevation   to ,                                     Were:      Mate      Swanson, Carpenti
neh  iii   Revelstoke.     lh,,  branch                                  , ,    ,                     . $1259,   and   a,-  ihe money  and   i  intrl                       ,     ,, ,,   ,
the cardinalate of Archbishops OCon '                   ���                        Haase. and  abb     seamen Patterson,
will   be oiien   lor  business as  -mm  .is                                        _ buttons   o collected Is reserved lor    a                       ,   ,  ,                , ,
���  ,.                                     n       uf   Boston,  and   Ireland,  ol    Sl i Hansen and Johnson and a Japanese
Belllngham, Jan. 24���Announcement structure will  be erected    later.   Th
was    made    today    b*.     the     Pacific loca'   manager  will  be  a    Revelstoki
. .hi  l-'i-li, des ionipany that   by butcher.
.   |, the biggest  -.union can fac-
|_   ;   ,. pount.,.}   In  point  of Olltpul Death   of   Miss   Margaret   Insley.
....i'ii--,   on  McKenzit avenue can Lie _    , ,               ...    ciflc purpose il  will  be   el mi one,      ,                ___
....   i  ���        <   i ... i                                  Paul, according  to atemeni    odaj     .,.,,.,       .               .           'cabin   boy.     I beso   were   rescued   at
l' led   up.    A   handsome  and   modem                 .   ,     ,. , ,. ,.             ,         olde   for   the children a   ward   in   lhe
        .,,  , ,    , .,.,   i-i on ' ni '.li- highest   Vatican authori   tour o'clock this nften n, after hours
^^^^M .v   hospital.     I .ie  board   pas ed
tie--. .       ..                           .        ofhard work.
���������l ��� res,di,lion   thai   th-     lady     in-niii
When the w ri ck was in sl  observed
.���   ui   noi   only   kepi tvill operate  iis plain  day  end   night-
.   , n   ,,,.  water, but  enabled  turning oui i i cans daily. -xlls-  Margarel   \.  Insley, of  Mom
; lance ol  the The planl  which has just   been    re- Pleasant, Vancouver, died yesterday at
the   fearful   recoil   of I   <vill  receive a large amount ol n,,. residence of Mrs, James Sh
This elevation is likely to com,, at
the April con* istoi. . the official declared. According to this Information,
ii i- practically certain thai An h-
'. sh i \.' land will rei elve the re I
hat.
purchase   two   lockets   foi   those   who
collected  the largest amounts, Misse:
; Helen   Walker   and   Dais,    Daw-,   and
in give Miss Annie Tidy an ornament
|_tl   crow n.   i he  Boclet)    having      ei u
j started during her term a    Maj Que n.
IB
I wo     .
illl.led   II     '���    ill   .i.ni.
n. �� machinery  as     ion          the  aew   h__ seventietn  v(,.n,    ,
��� I hn���!.     On   I'"'' !.   ���   ni.'ii
miles   souihw        ���: Iris will   be  put   to work   and  a
i hip.    The  next   three
 led    in    sununoniiil
id    ' in :��� :-i Ing  the   161    pas en   ,|  ublei
'   i   n    lie cabin and 211  lu  the
bad been ailing foi some time, was a
day run will be made until March 1. sl ter of John Insley, of the Colonial
winn   ih-  lor.-  and output   will    be' hotel, and of William Insley.   Th,-la;,'
Capt. Inslej  n as also a bi other.   \i ���
i;   I louglii    i ;  Vi ni ouver, is the onlj
;::.:,:'n;v::LDCATIONDFEARTHPAR[
IS PUZZLE TD SCIENTISTS
BIG  MEN   RETIRE  FROM
GRAND TRUNK  RAILWAY
from   ihe   Republic   to    lhe
���bi TEMPERANCE LECTURE.
i. ,�����.������ ���;,'"���':."";..,:;;;;; ;,n"i i     m*-. ^ concluded
N*i w     Vol , .       Jan      - i      N'e* '-
.    ;,.: ,,! ol the severe eaith-
t ii ti iv, a, Jan, 21.    M     Morse's re lg
nation from the ii. T   P   ci nti d   	
i Iving sister.   Miss Insley wa- w
known to a large number oi Westm n
��� -i, r residents, having lived here f	
isTu until a few years ago,
ilkheads gave'way under,the!   The  funeral  will  uiki   place tomor
am 'clock tonight all  ' row, tli    cortege leaving Fales'
���   ' '     i abandon    the M|fg Murcutt Ends Series of Seventsen   taklm   parlors for the Masonic cem.
nlTlce'     ;""   crow   """       Addresses   Under  Citizens" League       ���"'>   "'   two o'clock,    Friends deslrln
���   In '"li,   I        Nn ho ddeses U " _ .... lo  vie*   the  bods   will be  given this
avln    senl     his -Local Option Petition.  m.tlin���y at the undertaking parlor
Jis crews abend, came   down    off 	
���pi,,. .   inprraiii','     lectin
"'     "-������������ Transferred.      taiue    concluded    las.     till 111 Lil   Al WIIVS  Mill    XHHJI pe,t opinion Is that It was ln e.a-tern
I bwi mined    thai    the    , ���     lIUlllXU HUllUaO  HULL OIILU] i_ '     _h    ���lalll,hlinn_ _._�� nf ,in   an aged ho steader, was held ^.^
���i   the   Ri public,   Ihi
, :    ill,.   Bldl
from  Bamfleld  Creek,  the   two after-
niaats of ih" schooner had  been enr-
i; d awaj.    Thi.~ gave the  boat    the
appearance of a  two-master and    the
bellel  �� as iliai she was a seal ir.
The  steamer  Leebro,    which    li.ii>-
��� ! to be al Bamfleld ,*���% teamed down
! to the schoouer, inn the Seas were too
high   for her  to approach  very  near.
PI ice   cf  Catastrophe   Variously   Fixed
n   Europe.   Eastern   Mediterranean
and   Other   Remote   Parts.
London,    Jan.    24.-  Following    the
, resignation of !���'. W. Morse, vioe-preel-
tit 'ii i of the Grand Trunk Pacific, it Is
rumor.'!   tlit    si-   Charles   Riven Wil |
on,   pr< -id' in  of the    (li nnd    Trunk
railv ay, will n nd*:  his resigmi lan   o
the board of dlrecti i s
11 'onflnuerl on Page Three I
TRANSEER MAT RESUME
DOWN RIVER BUSINESS
quake     hock     ��ii ch     si Ismographs
i  houi    Burope      coi ded   a     raw I whal  of a  jensation
minutes before  Ion   o'clock j'esterday . ,	
evoi   recorded by thi   Instru nl    ,m,i | WUlWLll   ilLijUul    IU   lUnuL
'"'""'" CUfCn.  _CC_ UK ICET   AUU niograph. I" KUIl UI.II IfUMt. ItAUbK
i,z,i.     lallT.llr.  -tt-   nlj   l.trl   AttlTI        Scientist.,  differ as to  lhe  locatlonj 	
Negotiations   in   Progress  to   Purchase
Stern-wheeler���Announcement
Expected Shortly.
, ev( n ,, .    . vi nifi'ii  having    been    ile
the Bhocl   though the weight ol ex
North   Bi n :. Jan, 21     .).  !���'.   Vlellck,
Eui*o|
���.     'i'ii,   disturbance was of un   '���'
I'Olllpil 	
notw ,iii mmllng  the fai i   that
��� ni i nard, In addition to her
", in i:'   |  Italians bound
York.
f    mi houi   ihe dny  lhe expanse of
���"iili  Atlantic,   which   for weeks
���' ii swepl    by  Bercesi    storms,
' aim and  peaceful as In sum
time,    The tog,  ii   is  tru<.  held
f1     for a greater pun of the fate
''���mi's    during    the    passengers'
usual  durai un, Borne ol    the   Instru
I       in,:,,I     includiir;    ..in     .r.l    i.'ciui.s       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ni  '"     e'     'and  platform    adtlrertes.    w.  _. Mc       Belllngham   Jan. 24.   Stoically    blt-|nients   indlcatliiB  thai  H   la.--.ted    two
l,,M,i,   who  presided, referred   to   thi   1M   0��j,a -^g piece of his plug of chew-1 hours.
Ing  tobacco,   Haf.-    Olson,    a  Swedi
"","    ,, in ,. iefi arm was cut off near   thi
v   thi-  ree,'in   municipal elec ,  , ,       .,,        _     .
work  which  had  been    accomplished
during  the course, tangible results as
,'\;iii','il  b.
Hon ami   the local    option    petition.
, lalmlng thai ai any rate the city had
been aroused  from Its Indifference to
iriniii'i...(������'   Interest, __^__^_i.   ,.      ..��� _���_���_���_..!.
Iihc saws uslay    as be    w'ls working
_-_���    ...    ____________��� _____���
ceived, cpeaklng   of   the    deputaflonjj
Estimates  Differ.
shoulder al Johnson's mill at Deming
,.,  terday, calmly awaited the .arrival
of a   lurgeon.
Olson came in contact  with on- of
The insiruiiH ins hi Hamburg, Brus   of his  monej   thej  pn
sols and  Plauen    Indicate    thai    the him  aud   then    i
about the mill, nnd before he realized
Ills danger, the arm was cut off clean
'fer. and the crew waited for the from -h* l<"':'1 "'"*<���'���    laarfe  ^ and hurled'across the shed
Plunge of the-ship.   The transfer | waited on.the premier al Victoria ^i ���
" passengers, who had ruBhed to
signals to close the compartment
prs, was made under unusually
rorable conditions.
Many  Vessels   Hear Call.
the    meantime    the    wireless
"or on the Republic stood by his
and   llashiti   wireless    messages
f'ng for aid.    lie bad heard bis fel-
lerators on board the La    Lor
wetdi.   said   Mr.   Mclli'ide   had   conuil     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
m.iiU'd    the    league    on  the    way in i MiLD  WEATHER  BREAKS
which ii   had  conducted "s  canvass, ICE JAM ON skeena
and pivm'-od ihe careful attention of 	
the governmeni to their request,   She     prince Rupert, Jan. 24.���Two feet of
believed the city bad benefitted muchj__ow liag fa]leil al pr|nf.(1 Rupert dur-
lioni   the   a wakening    of    temperance1
s-niinieni, and although she had other
Musical  Masterpiece.
shock was In Europe, Prof. Milne, in
charge ot tho sei mogrnph In Isle   of
Wight, places il bock In ihe eastern
Mediterranean, while iho Vienna be
lief Is thai the quake was far more re-
 te i ban either of these estimate*.
1000 Miles from Washington.      ^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Washington, Jan. 24.���The   selamo-J "Una" Is to be rendered In the Queens
graphs of the weather bureau records
.,��� earthquake aboul !��"'> miles d��-
tr.rt.
i'ii!' iwli      li    annouucenieni  that ,i
... ha    , -��� n in in  from i h" W
:, r  in rchants  to Captu n  Ti on
i
king   hlui in  H ;ilit -    ihe    ('.  P,  K.
Lei n -\ heeler Tran fer on  ' he   down
mo  masl  women  ti   i. w  days ago rlVel   ""'   ",";'- 'he Information thai
,in i robbed ol J60  n gold   coin.   Thi   ihi'n   is a posslbllltj  thai     he Tran.
robber; occurred on u lonely road   Im   ff  '���' i: be In operation on the   river
,l,i man I within ten days, noi managed by the
weeded  io  lieai   -��� ���'  |! ��� bin by n private company.
The promoters are men    thoroughlj
acquainted   with   river  steamers, nnd
media tel j   afiei   n lie> Ing i he -
u.itli'    their    escape
Mellck  weni  to Sorth Bend and gav
an aim m
a musical event of exceptional in-
teresi will take place on Thursdaj
evening when Qaul's  famous cantata
Seismograph Breaks.
,     ,        .       _______ ,     Berlin,   Jan.  Z4.-Th-    seismograph
ing the lasi  two days.    Reports H'onil^  ^ gPOdetie Institute nt Pott-darn
the surrounding country show mud
wai her, but ii heavy fall of snow,
which now averages four feet in depth
work to do elsewhere ln   'be   future
the cause would still prosper.
Th,, li-etmv (leak with    '"'"���"' H . ______________________
  hunter, of the Malay Peninsula" and along the Naas, and Skeena   rivers.
he Baltic    and  the    Lueanla described the conditions In the Strait The  mild  weather of the past    few
Ing words of encouragemenl and Settlements and Borneo. days ntts had  ni" ,'nV('1  ,)f breaking
���  bim of the hastening    assist-     a solo was beautifully Bung by Ml�� "P l1"' big Ice Jam on the Skeena, and
    l.nird.   Rev    A,  d-R  Own  nl n con-  steamers are once more able to reach
(Continued on Page Seven.) 'trlbnted  to  the program. [ll"> wharf al  p,m Bsslngton,
rerrjstered n vlolenl earthquake at 8:8.
thin morning. The concussion was
nearly equal to thai recorded nt the
time of the Messina catastrophe. The
disturbance at Berlin Is estimated at
some 1S00 or L-nnn miles. The observations of Intensity and distance are
a definite announcement will be made
shortly, The purchase price ot the
crafl is said to be aboul 17000. The
boa) was taken off thfe run early In
September last.
The Comox-Atlin  Bye-election.
Ottawa,    Jan
-venue Methodlsl church by a chorus unawa, .ian. .4.���Th. writ for
of over ninety voices, comprised of b jComox-Atllq weni forward yesterday,
combination  of looal   and   Vancouver A, j, MorriB, of Prince Rupert, is the
l;'1'1"' returning officer,   !!<��� will fix the daie
The cantata is bas.'ii mi the   well,
, ,,, i .      ,. ., _      .ia , of the nominations,
known     Falne    Queen,1    a   beautilni ]
poem by l'Mwaid Spencer, the sweei i
singer of the six nth century.
The mediaeval romanoe of Princess
Una will be heard'with delight by
students both of literature and music
mi Thursday _.ght, and with the pro
ductlon being presented under the
Joint leadership of T, it. Pearson and
uexaol because tho Instrument broke j William Hicks a musical  team  is as
Convict Proves a   Leper.
itider the oscillations,,
sni.d.
Honolulu, Jan. ^4. A Japanese
iriinotl Pukudae, convicted of murder
and sentenced i<> death, Ims been
found to be a leper, Instead of being
executed he now win be sent to the
i ��per settlement, on the island of
Mokokfll.
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TILE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JAN..25
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Wanted -:- lost -:- found
I for Salt ���:��� To Rent -:- tic.
SOCCER GAME IS DEAD
IT C0LL1VHIAN COlLECt
TRADE
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Doors,
TO    REN .     - lite    fun        1   i
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s   Granulat ] Sugai  toi 5' ~~<
20 lbs. Granulated Sj?*a:  tor $1 15
E-nperor Aboii.nes Pape-. Sl     -'. Flour i    one of the
Wil pastry n then
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Manufacturers and Deaiers m All Kinds ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
JFish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone"!2. New Weatminiter
WATER  CUBES   mam,,
Vancouver Power
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NOTICE
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Council
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the date of th   I
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FIRE   \i- I    '���
A S]        ���   lin  ��� ���' First
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peteri-  .
Pads and Envelopes
in Eatort-Hurlbut's best
grades.
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Lower Fraser River
Freight unci Passer Service
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Ker'    wharf daily
on Hon
Rel ;������ li .'.     1,,-u ; land 7
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tlonal I Satui lays, leaf n
'   10 p m., . a Ing ai  ^teveatmi |i-
Induci
Bank of Mo.atreal
K8TAU_1SHEL>  1 > 17
CAPITAL ���|14,400.00U.O'>
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
tranche, throughout Canada and Newt an i  m  London,  BngUtnd
'Sum   .o .ii   Bpoka_e, U.-.i_, ani Mexico (.'ity.    a ('en
��irt,   i-.ui :   bu-il   s_   I'l-anaactid.
-ttttr. ot  Credit  luued,  nvsiliiile wt tL corn I]  indent*  tn all  carta ot the
a. ill.  I.
"������vlnb. Ban-  Depaitment.     I>,K>Mlts received lu Bums of |1 ai.t. upwards,
i Hii.i inti rett allowed .-     pei ceni ;      nt ra . ).
Total  As.ett over 8108,000,-00.00. [I
NKW  WESTMINSTKH BRANCH.
Q. D,  BRYMNEH.  M-n&��ei
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Ral :n-   -   25c
. 1 i] loca for 25c.
5 lbs. Sago for 25
Poulti    !'��� .. : :
C rn S:arch foi -
.aundry Starch for 2"
" . Catsup, 25c
Force for 25c.
. -������ Wafers, 23c per tin.
S i. 1 Laundry Soap for 25i
8 burs, fine Toilet Soap for 2Jc.
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ol Picklea for 50c
! bottl .-' of Worcester Sair ��� tor 25c.
'. -.ins of Fresh Herring for 23c.
1 tin of Canned Rabbit for 23c.
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RI     ;, Bran I Bak d ��� Powder,
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Accounts of Organizations
Cb.irrh Socletle .  Frati  aal O
and Business A^-,-ci:i:ions wlll find   It  coi ��� l<    lo
hare ads ln a Sarin - t 1 atro    if
two or more officers,
We inal:        | eclalty of th
CONSULT WITH   US TODAY
full details explaining our -
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C. F,  B.  LYLE.  Manager.
c^oe<>o*o��o��coeoe_*o*-o��_40 oe j��-0*o��o*o*0O*o*o+C��0*0��_
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial       S7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
McQuarrie&Co.
A Little Good Coal
--__-_ a b g, hot Ore when a lot
; ; ' endi out co heal
at u:!. [) ; economical to buy
our coal, because it |8 (..,.imi
!l '!" '��� "���������'���������- most heat,
leaves very little ash and co
no more per ton than poorer
Krade.H. We deliver it, to any
part of the city. Full weight
always To ephone >*i u .,r.l-r
to us.
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thai
by the Wati r ���
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C  shares of om
tho further an
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taking ��
hundred and nim t;
lars  (1199,00.)  to lie
British    Columbia    E
Company, Llmiti d   I i
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of the  Power Comi
or decimal currei
,ir by s'ich othei
may I ������ agre< I
, u ilea.
The time wttl
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Th�� .-aid  un lertakli
are to 1     .
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' be in operation within
date of eomn   i
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usual .'inil   r.' I
and effectually carrj
proposed further ui
a-ipll':d for.
T-ited at Iho City pi
the Province of BrlU*'   '
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.
liulhtera of Mission Furniture
Mamie
Works: Cor. Eleventh St, and Car Line
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
2tth day of Decembi
vwcouvKK   powi
LTD.
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'CONTRACl
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and  Blackie Stna-t.
id  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  ���'
Furnifl.-d-
COLUMEIA    and    MoNEE-
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NEW   WESTMIN-ri R,   \
Phone   431.
���j. o. _-* L.ONDAY. JAN- 29-   1909-
THE DAILY NEWS.
F-AGE T__t___
fVlail Service
NOTICE.
...   lowini  .ir-the hours of despatch
I arriv_l of mail's at the New West-
osi office, t)ie hour given in
, ing the hour 0j Ci.1. ngj
. . .1 an iioi.i. as g ruie( De.
.. tual despatch.    All mails,
rwlse stated, arc despatch.
elved dally exce-1 Sunday.
. onij   malls dispatch. ��� I    an.l    re-
THE      BURRARD \   WESTMI.aSTr.R
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   CO.VIr-A.NY
w I] apply to ;he Parllami nt ol    -_���
ada at Us u<.\t fiteslon foi  an Ac:
. #
ag   the   time  within   which
van;,   may   commence und    cum-
plete the Rallwaj   the construction oi
which   was authorized   by   the   Company's    Act of    incorporation
WtteWE
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ill
IF SOQUEL
OFF PACMtNA BAY
The Edison Theatre I    Choi.. Mean
Corner Colun-it
and   E (jhth,
AT THK
_
Tender for Supplies.
lAal       ll
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Seali . ti    : .- addressed to the un-  -,,
Sni | at New Westminster, B. CL,
being and endorsed on ihe envelope   "Ten
on Pa^i   ii-."'
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/���. i'.-   . ��� m  Vv
e wreck.
it off  lifeboa -  ......
. Kt n    and    Injured
were i mveye
High I las* Moving   Pl< u es    illustrate .   Sl lagS '. '���'.     .
lay, Wednesday and iv-
S] ��� cial  Matin       ', r    Ladles    and
��� :.  Sl        ' ...
Central Meat Market
Corner KlghtTi St. snfl    Fifts A~*n_e
phone am.
BOWELL & ODOr, Pr-prtatora.
I      [ sin     ���  are the C. P. U. south  Chapter G8 oi the Statutes i I  Canap  _ers foi Supplies    will be received up
R   east mails, not including  WOT, ,aud  to  authorise  the  Compui.   .,, noo��� oJ Saturday  ^ thlrtieth (i...
tils,   Sappi
I ..itlam.
Ma'ts  Despatched.
i a_ ui, (closed at i lev en      l<   ,.
night)���Vancbuvi       . la
i;   "Owl."
i a.m.���Vancouver   aud
.. , Victoria, via  B. C   Electric
Frase-r   10 enter inio    any    agreement    w.*.n
of Jan ... . .   . 109,    for    supplying tli,
the Vancouver, Westmmsi .     . I   _u
Railway  Company which is  lu shrp chandlerj       carles, meats, ,   .
ized  by  Section .61 of th*    ���alt- anu rough lumber, required for the us<
.'....   Act'' and for other pur-nses, and -f the1 Departmenl of Public' Works ai
-rising  the
branch line from
llm   authorised
section 8 of the :
const'  ���    m    of
a >'.���'.* in the main
0   . lause (c) of  sub-
tympany's Ac) of In,-
��  New  Westminster,  B. C, until  Man ;j
31st   1910.
The supplii
iiine im
furnished musi  be    l
in.. iy.
[.��� an . Seattle, Including all U,
i  and south, aud points
....
:.
tjhe b, si quality of their s< veral kinds
"i. r-v-nce in an easterly and Mi
direction by the most feas-Rod m��st be delivered at tbe Govern-' *'01
or�� in Danger,
allot.  ��i      hu
l of the  -
 n>  time, ..'.
ces if 1
toward     ���,'.,.
ol lhe Tee;    an 1 j
���   io reach  thi i
lipy were never abh |
.,        ol ling  w hen the
Is ret omm< need ihere
or
e route through Yale, Llllooet and j ment    wharf, New    Westminste
Westminster and Hum-  Cariboo districts to the most conveii  'where specified in ihe form of tender,
C. P. R. south;  also   lent I'01IU where a junction    can    be :
.   in a thousand thai
: Cjraniteware :
ill and   "... Qranlti v ai e, In .
newest d . nd    i  tin   low ��� .   ,,       Call    i   and   In
same,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
via
shore
perish* 1 from
s.ipperton, and   Fraser
Blaine and    Seattle,    In-
all r. S. points vast an-l south;
',, tween New Wea mln-
aine, via Q, N. R.
I ile and distrii
j Ceutre, Elgin, Al  i
sirgton    Prairie i    Hazi I-
. Us,  Hall's Praii'
ati be l daily -except Sun-
ton,     Monday,
Saturday;    Tyn I
: ;. v, ��� ��� iii'- 'lay and Sat-
.   Mails  are all rei
li spatched.
Vanco ivi r, >'.���   u
. .   .. ���, ia B. C. Electric rail-
Si   ,v,  err ���   Mi     Tim-
.   So i'h Westminster,   by
1     and F>idaj i.
Munialiy, by courfi
p.m.���Burquitlam, ny cou
i a,
\ ikoh |U' :'cc,'1'! ll,t' wh, '"' '"' pwj of anj ten-
mall ': ���
made  with the branch line    o
Vancouver, Westminster   and
Hai,nay   which   runs  from   ;b>
line of  said  Railway  e'as'terlj   to
menton
111'.   l at Vancouver, li C., D, ci nibe
1908,
TTJPPER & GRIFFIN
Solicitois tor A, lican , Papers Inserting this advertisement
witn.ui authority from the ib'-in-
ii' nt  will not be paid for it.
'���'"     c,sa    rs will evei   reai h
! n< a
The departmenl  reserves the righ*   . . hunger.
1     :        J unl< on    ,     in ai I  i oken
,    ��� and    little
A. Hardman,
Ed-      Form- of tender may be obtained a:
likv uf the : slderit engineer, De-
ipartmeni of Public Works. X--,\ West-
minsti r, B. ii.
(NOTICE.
w Hi
niglu  a;  Q t call<     ie
i.nii . , ,
He ci        n iiliin an ace of be
ne :     ���  ilme
I hi     ad lost
Ms llf<   with Ins lot      ���  .        1!.. i
: ,��� in.
',   . Soq       ���������   ���
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The  lowest or any
NOTI   E   Is   heri ��� ���   -i\<.u thai
:��� v., .   conipan^ Lin
��� v sited  In   ' ii i '                             G. A. KEEF1
"   In    be   i'i ' New                                Resident  En
British   Colui _e '
plan  and  booT*  of    i  I ren ��� ol   Its L    Department  i     Public v.   rks,  Ne *
Wi  ti   ���    er-Chilliwac- R I ������ Westminster   B. C, Janua ���   I
I; ��� .	
*" Synopsis oi GanfadlaR
Hupldliuns.
Chilliwack, bein     *<������ ;   -V*y available Dominions lands wita
tender will not v      ":;;    wa>    wi ck< I  ,es
id which ci
' ..an . i | ami fit        i
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i rhich   II* her
'-.'���''    foot Ione       -    '
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    ::.i,:.   > (  7',7   and is    ownted    bj   The
HOmCStBSd   Hanify Company, ol San Francisco
A.   Jamas, J. McClughan.
WHEN   YOU   BUY   A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get value for v<nn'
money. See us before
you decide  to  purchase.
Plumbing Healing Hardware
Hardman & Co.
Sole  Aticnts.
Block.     Front     Street,     NEW
WESTMINSTER,
��ata-���<l-t-t-��-<_>_t^
-   "       * ^1
Ladner,    Port    Gitlchon   t'i .   '���.) and five (! I saia  lh lhe railway belt in British Colum
land and Sunbury,    dailj
I iday; Woodward,   Tuesday.
lay   in 1  Saturday, via  steam, i
j C    *. J. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
itched an I received   via
1
10 i anc and    Piper
N. R   north.
ii   V '     ivi r  in ! B irnaby lake,
c. Eh  trie railway.   Saturdaj
a mall is '!��� i pat I   | to    Vic
Vancouver at this hour.
.icl'iding all U.
ith, via tl. N. R
A.
:   "   V: nco
LImil   :
E. BECK,
Powi r Com-
P. R. i   - ���, Sa] ,,��� rton
, liilain.
'Iii    two  7:30  a.m.  C.   P. K.
'  . i t, take mail for
I from   New    Westminster
Langley   and   district I ,
aS        ,��� :>   on    in      ,       : ::  -���-,���_��-be homesteaded by any pi
the i hlef Commls- ,*ho is the sole bead of a    ���
��� :  Lands  and Works  for  the *ny male over 18 years or age,   ���   ; .,
Pi ���, i,      of liritish  djlumaia-. Pextenf of oue-quaner section    .
his    r_th day of January,|__'re_, more' or lo_a.
,. ���;. Entry must be made oert ai
l(he local land office tor tl ��� Harriet in
.which the land is situate. Entry bj
i proxy may, however, bo made >>u cer-
Italn conditions by the father, rnotner,
���son, d-Ughter, brother or Bister ol au
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
ynopsla    of    Canaa...     iMorth-Wen      (l)    At least six mourns' residence
I
Homestead   Regulations. iiipou and cultivation of tlie laud
each  year  for three  years.
Any even bum ered section of Do-,
:
:
:
.���:
���'
;
I
Advertising and Circulation
. 10c per week, $] .or 3 mos.
,50c per month, $6 per year
The Daily News, Now Westminster	
The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver    ...
The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $_ per yeai
Siilisi:ri[iliiins iiml AiHiirlisHiiinils solicited for tiiii aliini! publications
CHARLES   E.  SANDS,  A^cnt
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22
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NOTICE.
in
given
by thi  Vancon
i'ukon Ra lwa'5
Haney.      I he 2:30 p.m C.P. | BOt ww4 may be homesteaded by'.?iciDlty of the hind entered for   lhp
I   Lower  Praser   my .,(,,.son wll0 u lhe ���,,, head o{ ,   roquirenieuts as ,0 ri,sil!ence Inav be
1   family, or any male over 18 years of salisfleu ���- such person regldJng
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-,(he faUl0r or raothor
Ion of lGO acres, mure or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
.uiitli.  iu person  by
I" Dominion  Lands Agency    or    sub-
, Pori Haney, Port Hammond
i,-     Corners,    Mission     City
H in :se:i    Hol    Spring?
for I'm t Moody and is irn.t'goe*
���'���a Vai nd c  P  rt. mails
NOTICE   Is   hereby
i)licaii":i n111 be mad<
(���-')    If fae'father (or mother, if the jVer  Westminster aud
| minion lauds In  Manitoba, Saskatch-  father is deceased),    of   the    home-,* Companj   to the  Parlinmenl  of   Can
wan and Alberta, excepting S and 26,  gteader resides upon a farm in
/>t-t_M-i,l       f,.���        thn
exieii i the   lime   for i oinaii ;: u
construction oi   the  brancp  llni       u
thoii/vd ''.;.   Chapter  llli yi the
' (a)    If the settler has his perman* | utes of Canada* n  Bklward..VII,    eln.
ent residence upon farming hind own
the  applicant  at j gd by hlm ]n ^ vicinilv of his home.
istead, ihe requirements   as   to resi
Mails   Receive*!.
���gency tor '.he district iu which tbe ;Uence may be BatiBnea b,   residence
Entry by prosy may,
i..   and   Seattle,   In
'. S. points, via Q. N. R
' :ertain conditions by the lathe:, niotn-
Ur, son, daughter, brother or sister of;
in intending  bnuiesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to per
and is situate.   Entry by pro��y may.ir^ ,he sM lanJ_
!       Six months- notice in wri.in,.houi,,
lie given to the Commissioiicr of 0"iii
inion Lands at Ottawa of intention {a
v a.m.   Strawberry Hill,   m Intenaing nnmesieauer. 'apply for patent     '
-,iay and Friday,. The homesteader is rejulred to per-      C0AL...Ctm] Inini;i. rIgM,^mgy ^
Vancouver and  Victoria,   orm the homestead duties under o*ie  ^^ ,or a    Viod ofWnniy^n.'y ,,.-
,   rall        . ,f the folWWlng plans- t    ; ) <)f  ?] ^
i(l)    At least six months   resilience.
mon   anfl   cultivation of  tpe'land .4n
��� i, h  year  for three years.
OJi   a nomesteader may, if he so
t  i ton shall-lie col acted on    tne \ m��T-
issires, perform tne   required   real- ""��      1M
fence duties by living on    farming ehantaHle
,aml owned   solely   b\   bim.  not less,
ian eighty (80) acres in extent, ta Dyuty of the Mini.       '_        j
���lie vicinity of his homestead.    Joint   "
iWnershlp in land wlll not meet this
requirement
i:;i    ir the father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
has pei iiiiiiu'iit residence pn  farming I
land  owned solely  by. him.  not  less
actus  in  extent,  iu
Burquitlam, by courier.
, in.   Blaine and SeattlR,    In-
! all U, s. points; also all points
p.m.���East Burnahy, by courier.
a in    Vancouver, via O, N. H
1 :.,  11:00 a.m.���Ladner,   Pori
m, Westham Island and (Tues*
Thursday   and Saturday)   Wood-
amer Favourite. (Steve*
d and receive l via Van-
limit than 2560 acres shall he
leased to otie Individual or company.
X rovaltv at the rate of five cents per
coal mined!
W. W.
coin
,   p.m,   C.
���'raser   Mills
an
it.   east,
Coiiuit-
ti.'i
P ui    Vancouver, Central Parser Aim.
.' in.   Victoria via Van ouv, r.
p.m    S'lmas   an '. Svi!:'" .   ' '���
' all ','. a, poln*'i and .-f'-'i'   ''-
Huntingdon and Now Westno.'i-
6, Pi it. south; ais<> Fraue.
C, P, It. east
than eighty (SO)
'.lie vicinity of the homeslea
CAHAPfftN TACIFi.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
.UVUU.UQjC-iW^Bit
or up
as follows: , i
(a)   From a point on the main linej
!,, tween  Vndei bop i.ii-' an l G**ei n lai ������
running along or near Llllooet Lain  '
Lillooet Rivar and Harrison Lak.. an]
thence soutlTeasterlj to n polnl on ,;
International bounaai    Un'<, at or in
tho town of Huntingdon; In  the- Pro
vine,.'of I-,: i���sh  Columbte
i   i  proi    i  point ''on the m il_
between Lillooi I and Q n   nel, rnnnlii
in  an easterly direction   iln- ugh   the
' basin of Que ne] Lu ���  lo a point al o
:,.,,!   Tete Jaune Cache;
(ci I'loiii a j.oin; on the marn line
between  thi   Cottonwood  and   WlllovdJ
.. ��� ���, running Boulh ��� u terl    lu    Bar
kervllle;
oil From : polm on the main line
ii, British C mi ila on willow rl i
running easterl) lo the Fraser rive
thence along thi Frli ii i river lo Ti te
imi,,.. Cachi, thi in-" through thi v> I
low Head Pa_~, ih|A-e by the mosl
[convenleni  rcjnie (b.lWmonton;
Until thi  13th 'i i; "' July. ,'l|:'' ;i'' I
���i,i ir, exteni the time  ���"  ftntsblng and
thin putting? th��. tald hraneh lln.s In oper-
13th dnjl of, (Tiily, 1911,
\    When Bending for frl.h'd i In 'iln
ui  a homosleud  entered  for  by lllm  country  by buying    tickets    ni
in the vicinity, such liomestt-adoi- may office ypi* will save money and proveni   ation until thi
nnd    authorizing     'h-     jV-n-ouver, o
Wi itminster _nd ifukon Railway Com.
pany, subject to iho   provisions   ol
perform his own residence duties by  <l��� -1:i>.
lining with the father (or mother). Eastbou'nd _rf_pVesa sails from
(4)    Tne term "vicinity" In the two-j,,!,,,   |.-,.|,   i. and  26,    Cijlt'for ���
si.
par-
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
��n�� ���encllnt' a aketrli (Hid .-M-Iptlon *n*T
�� i-nartain our opinion free - liotlier ��n
" l�� proSablr iiiitoi'lnhla. '''inininiilfv
'.'icilro������Htit���iiiul. HANDBOOK oni'stcuu
wa. (Htlciit nci'iii" lorin'i-uriii-pan-'""/ .
'' is Ukcu tlintui'h Munn 4 Co. receive
I Rot-Vi Trllhuuichiiriio, lutho
'��n��tic flmerican.
preceding paragraphs Is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive nf the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(f>)    A   homestcaJei   Intending    to
perform   his   residence   duties   in  sc
cordance with the above while living
; with parents or on farming land own-
' ed by himself must notify th�� agent
i for the district of such Intention. '
Six months' notice In writing mu-l
'he given to the Commissioner of Do-1
niinton Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
, to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
mini's.
ED, GOULET
Agenl.
Int.mcly llliiBtmtt tl ~va_ljr,   iMtimt, clr-
' but ,,.,:,',:.,.���,���' ..-I.    'l'crum i.t>r
!"i>"i
l!H
' |il.7n , year, p
' *i���uert.
>lii(X" tiri'pnlil.
nld bj
���  ��� * ',:i,..,, ftt F _!., Wii.il.u^tiJ/1. D. C.
"The aVGlw-ukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Ksnsas City to Chicago.
No  trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in the   world  that  equal  in   '
equipmefit that of  the Chicago, Milwaukee  ���:  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
Deputy ol the .Minister of tha Interior   own  inc\ operate their own sleeping
 '. ��� and rMuJtifi -;rS on alll their trains and
_T       AOVjOKTIBB      "���* give    h- i    .. trons   an   excellence  of]
~ in ��� senri -t   1-.  , btainahle elsewhere.
THE     daily     NEW-. .1. _. ROWE. General Agent.
H 701' War', a Situation. iu Third _i.. cor A.d*r Portland. Or. i
Sections 381, 362 anil 363 of the Rail ,
way Art of Canada In ��� nt.V Into,
agreeiuerfl- wlin ihe Unnurd Weafi
inlnnt.'r Roundnrv HalUvny and >'avV i
nation Comi��any tor any of tho pur-
poses specified In said Beetl6_ 861,
Dated at Vancouver thUl   _4Ui   _-j
of Decetnh-i-, 1908.'
MARTIN. OTtAjO! WCm.^    &  HAY
iir. -rahvllle ��frelt/t_--0-V_r,
n. c.
Solicitors for the Vancouver   Wpst-
minster nnd Yukon ili-*��l-ay ('9^
-t
MONDAY
SPECIALS
For Large Men
j AT	
Kyle's Great Sale
255 FRONT ST I {KMT.
'
Pants, sizes.. 40 to U, at from $1.25 to $4.00
'I'lK-h'i'Wear,' sizes  up to   II,   per   suit   at
from     $1.50 to $3.25
i
Sweaters   Navy,   Blue, Red  and White,
at. .......,."   $1.00 to $3.00
Tics, regular 20c to ��0c values for . , 10c to 35c
Braces, j 15c to 50c
Cloves,  15c to 95c
Working Boots, great variety. .    $1.25 to $3.95
Overalls and Jumper's, regular price $1.00 to
clear at 75c
Men's Suits from $8.00 to $12.00, for $5.95
x.
J
OPERA mouse bookings.
Jan. 27.���Devil'1* Action.
Feb. 11.���Brewster s Millions.
Vch. KL���Jane ByM.
Mt'.r"h   _.-��a   Stubborr   Wnd'     :���'.
March 19.���Uncle Tom'a ''     u.
April 3.���Marrying v' ' '���
We also have left a small quantity of
l-ll). (ilass Jams at * 15c
5-lb. Pail Jams at .)....'. .y.......   40c.
Baking Powder, full'pound tins for 20c
12-oz. tins for .15c
Choice Ranch Butter 3 lbs. for.     $1.00
Bacon, extra choice,, per 11), .* ���... ��� 18o
Prunes fpr everybody 6 lbs. for  ��� 25c
Milk, per tin t.  v . 10c
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONOAY, JAN, 25
THE DAILY NEWS
i tlshed by the <Da_y >-��� ���
.-.:.-*
fflceB, r rner of   S md   1
Hrroets, N ��   We-tinlnst-i   B   C
THE STAGE
���'The De�� I'a Auct'On.
v-��et the Habit.M nac.     . fr.ectric tie-ted
t.   A.   Pa;:e    Manacjing   Director
MONDAY.  JAN    v-    ��909.
TRANSPAC FIC   LUI   BEI    '    -3_.
���-  -��� ��� ��� 	
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 appoin
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t visit
..    In  .    ..
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>���  those res
Royal C< ...
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lie of I :���'!-':
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mon wealth
ten ycar^.
No*�� is thi
ol   thi    fo est ]
thi Ir ag inch s, and d "     ���
writh a view i
when  thi   :������ o ������"'
: ���
give out.
mill ���.    '.'.' -       Ivei
anxie ���      "   lop
f ���.  ������-.���
I many thousand S*
., ���'.-      sines.
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ling '
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s, new seem       mui
ties make i n
tion of i H   v.-
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wel-
-    '��� id    :
.'  .   - on Thur.-
Tea Pots
SPECIAL TODAY
Brown Rockingham Teapots
Regular 20c and 25c,
Only   15C each.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the tame.
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
barn   ' ���'. --  t'arn  Wx^;   in
meat   ���'-:-    :""--;cS   '��� 'r   '���'������
��� |  ...ther oat    .
- - . : ..:.;���   leader not oec-
'   I
T.  J.   ARMSTRONG
.-  at  for  Kx     :'
S w Westmlnsti r
Public Meeting
������Ben
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and novi
S  ' is -: '��� ��� : ���    "'. . ���
:sliip     I.    ���       ��� ���      exi.,:inL
inderslgned,    trading    a-    The     Westminster     Wood-
-��� ��� ��� this    . ���.���  been
ooasent    D.
T.   Rh
to be paid
to   Ja:. -
I        ".  " ���
ated to th
'.v     ...  th    -   . e   Bettl
Dat��� I at New Wi
day o; Januar-   I
'AMES BROOKE-
DANIEL, T   '���-     IDES
VM   .  --     ''   ������������. VMBER
N  .:   Westmin I r,  B.  C,
Janu_ry  15,   -
....    the  Mayor: ���
adersigned
��� t that you call a ��� . '..   meetli
at .    .: ��� irllest convenivnee. tor   tne
��� -o of hearing a report frorr.
: ... recently s^n: to Victoria    -
thi Coquitlam da_i  pr position,    tad
rpo.?e of dlscnssing I
-a:..--
V( ry  .  spectfully,
Sign T. S. Annandal-v V.'   S
,   S. Bryson, W,  L. Johnson
,   Major, Th ma. R   Pe
j. :���: . :.. E. v hi-     E   H
.   B   Lusby, D. S. I
.J   Hart, John A. Lee.
.. Just Arrived ..
Bra Shorts,       Oat Chop,       Wheat Choc !
eked Corn,        Whole WI [ \
: /ats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pa  ���- '
Grab        our, Who;.   -. t^ j
Wrieatlets, Etc.. El ���. ;
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. _
Phone 335.
CD.-
186 Columbia  Street.       p.   q.   Drawer ion
*��s
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ON  SALE AT
���*    MOREY'S   STATIONERV   STORE
.'    G     GAMON'S  CIGAF:    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
THE   FAIR,"  Columbia   -Street.
Improved farm for Sale
BY   TENDER
Tender. ** received       th :  in-
='ned  up  t     '���������       .   o'clock noon.
. >  ;       (09, I purchase ol
the A-hole or a portion of the farm of
'��� the late J. A   Patersou, being part of
ij   2,   New   Westminster
: atrl       onl -iaing 120 acres more or
Ten lers to Btate amount to I,.- pai I
; in   cash   and   terms   required  on   the
ilau This   farm  ia   coaveniently
from  Ladner    on
-   ..:   .:. li r   culth  ���
;.-  under-drained
- :'���   ating    a Cri    ��� at Slough.
���   ry    nlne-ro ra
I lug, with    :. '.: .. ���  ..��� n ani wood-
���    ..���' ��� ting
���    has been
t petil   :.
27th Inst , . ���  ���    .m.
V. ... DTJNCAN,
City  ��� ��� ���
Hall, Jannarj   -
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trams  Ey_t- D-v in tbe  Ye��:
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF   FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of;
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
-nodern day coaches and buffet, li- !
branr and smoking can.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
:urthrr  information  call  on  or  write'
F. W. PARKER.
�����--�� Second Avenue. Seattle. Wl-
Mac Kay's  Bookstore!
* i
Office and Pocket Diaries j
Letter Binding Cases a; id Office I
Supplies i
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and j
Envelopes
J.J. MacKay & Co,
B ��� feel.
er.
Stationers
New
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���>->*������*��***-'>*���<�� M       ?<HM|J
t        WATCH REPAIRS.
X        Have you a watch that is giving yo i I
X so bring the watch to us and we will  put :
��� order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
t ACCURATE TIME. j
? W. C. CHAMBEHL.
The Jeweler)
COLUMBIA   STRifcT,     NEW WESTMINSTE"
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Gold Watches for Ladies from %'2,/-,
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THESE
SHOE��
PRICES��
Silvei    Wai  '..        z,- n:*'   op< :i    '   '���
$6.00.
Silver Wai
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grant Is'l
and Defence in favor
J. W. GRBENWAY,
Commlsslonei '
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard blocK, New Weiiminster, B C
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AT If BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
vQ Men's leather lined bo^x calf boots, made with waterproof soles, a 56 boot        fjS
m   lr W.95W
\Q Mens patent leather Blucher cut boots, made with a neat kid top and        cit;
jYj       creased vamps, a regular $5.00 boot for  4.00 jjfcjl
M n's Scotch grain, hand mack working boot3, made with plain toe and       Ha
CW?^
MEN AND Yfll!!
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toe cap, a $4.50 boot for   3.50
ASK    FOR   A
hrt Boys' box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5  1.75 a pair LM
>'VJ Bi;,' ' ' '���      m calf school boots, sizes 1 to 5  1.50   "      (/j
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gj Children s, boots, good solid wearers, sizes 5 to 10 $1.00 and $1.20
sea' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 2, made with heavy solid
leal her soles  _#50
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farm >rs    nxl ;, thi     n  ',���
The Rallwaj Com thin-
do wifely .1.
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unwilling cbmm n   .
The   Conrml sioni        ��� ini   concise
reason,  for their coming.    Th
riislly be niV'ti us there li plenty   of
ni |   com] il 1 nl   meriting Investlgal Ion
bv them.
���ai gains in Ladies' Shoes, prices  $1.40 to $6.00
THE STORE FOR SHOE
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B.C.
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All the New Col    i,
also in Black.
Shaped like  a  Pedora  only  ���!-*t
rim $2.50 and $3.00 eacli.
Tht WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-21!   Columbia   Street
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Big January Sale
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SKATING   RINK
N* W        OF P. HALL.
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ttourt   Morning W w I    attt noon
: w to ���'. evening, f\8Q to W    kdnil-
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will lv fumlahed skaUi foi l<k   I ������-'���
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��� After taking stock we find we have several
odd lines of good winter shoes. These we
are putting on our bargain tables, and
cleared out they must be. Hero is a sample of how they are going:
Men's Velour. Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and 16.00, going for
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To th- iii^ni-'in <������ rjottipahiea who p��v their losses
|,I,.nip11,- ..ui'l whti iniiiii. -."Mi pi'ttif-rry for le__
ii,.,i, "il,...,-
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Women's, Misses9 and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
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ij^hu  - jr,l_l-rl   --".p-r,i��s   with en
,i-,ki. ..nn!-'-.- '-��� .H_ n'impt pay-
 -  at  '-----    -   ���> "���^y  charge less
i.,   /,,,,   .i.i..  a,..,  aj4fd.M     They  de
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    iH_ you wlll be convinced thst
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A W. McLEOD
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FIVE  KIU c"      "cf,,r  HURT
f,.,Pi.,-: nn nilP IN LONDON
CHOICEBEEF
Remember this ii at
W. E. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, Now Westminster.
Best of Farmer's Pork  f
I/indATi. Jan. -;��    tntH poison* ���r.j
0l*h Al   waif I  W-ilf., |__ .,
L mwh of -ltw.pl Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
. Italians ai high
.    Italians were   run
I H  by  a  bOW. and
���   l suicide Three othi r
vlctlma, incltidlno r pol!ot___n an I t
young boy, "    lload'   Two P��Mcemen
nnd    three    boys   are    among    the
woundial
ui -'.*-.'?   ff
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY -IANDER58N
Columbia St.
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THE   Dmly   NEWS.
M0^DAV.  JAN. j.
8ne* i'. Ra'n.
Tl* fln* m__ to wbca* h eret o*
���rtkI to f._��l out ho*- _-._'_ rata -_��
i^r*sas__��(i by - -:ve*i IU of -_c*
was Ai-xande.- Br. :e of Kir-new-toa
who In Msr-rh, 17-A -MM���i a ���i*_o'* �����
I��rt_rQ! .Tit- fee -onti��-'*i<s of i __-._���
Joe dr'.'^'i ftce do_r.ir��rd !_-> ��� "er
__x~l_c_ei ol s_ow. What _��� le-jx*^
wa* that t -rre-ter r !���__ _e_r<* ot
e_!d or of wind ���*_����� tb* s_- _* f_.~
and tti "i.-lag �� '��.:���.�����_ M lliuiUl --"���
���n the jrround" wlfl occ-Sloa - differ.
���fcfcc In the w-lt_l and ta t_�� qia_tJt-T
of wmtef pet tao-d, "-Ml if." ha --iced.
"1 tca.T t-OMt -jj t_e tl>:,ve truiia. -*_::h
I e��i_*_Tored ro perfor_-i wttb c_r��,
an.-* newly faHec with a nx'-era-a
gale cf wt_i fi^e-Li, -*���>!<-, w_J pr��-
__c* a q*:a_tiry of water -cr_-l to ��������-
ter.tr. ;i:; of Its o-__ So _Mt �� f_-
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lircd ��� : and pin t,-e au-uept.
ble te eBi tic eo���dittoiu, sr.d It re-
Q ��� rir- tbe - ��� ��� . ��� tl������:." MB :���' th��
Bi:-'- "  ret dealer  to  reg*a!ar>
tte mo���tnre - sto-'s '-ipb-^ard a:
*-_wmi abii la retail ���tore* r^w: *_o,>
ble la expeiie_red In k��T'--i? the ab
ia tbe ��h-j'xr--i5j��� ,n tbe pn\ - ^or.-Jl
t*or.    --;-- ���' -.������.-.   ���:.��� -���    ��-���:���   ooa
���tar.* ��� .*      eaed.    ia -am   we:
weatbe- more��_-_t-tare la ad.-., tte.
ttar. la i led. while during the col-
artnter i ��� ' - * ��� Igara are I to be-
���eorr.e * *       ������   . .?       I; ,- irnpej
part of the S   ������-
PRINTING
���THAT S   OUR
BUSINESS
E.s'.r ard-t c a:*c m tti
-s meant a sat riled customer.
ULIC-kORh SATISFIES
.01 PRICES .ARE RIGHT
Rates on i    ri    t a
���       -   ���; :���:. til
| Jackson & Morrison I
4.
Da  ^ ',!..! Block. .%
New  West-'nster. Phor- 3^3     4*
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Te *c*
P.  O.  E:�� t;;
Wing   Yuen  Co.
LAC  ES'   -'._   GEN'S'   TAILORS
Su ts  r = c-  t:  Order.
Columbia   and   '���'���-inriss   Streets.
' Young People,    Attention I \
..-. in nil   i
Columbian College
a.R,THMETIC   BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDencp  I
���    8HOITTHAND   TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL.    .,,.      PENMAN* i
SHIP.
All
T ies ia;.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH !
vertise  in lhe
Daily  N
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Easy Terms
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t. in good n
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er cenl      MOVE QL CK
y JNews      i \ Dominion Trust Co.
I'lrat   Prlritin-    l'r����>.
.  1_e final ���'- '        ��� "ers
fe;-: .
!jr.',.-!    In :.' ������ r of that j     r i
f-.t p 1     - :. g .; ; ���
,��r,d   rhr'.-��   pressmen v.   tb.
ghor-= of Kew Eng and tbe - - - ���
beii g Stephen Itayr- In 'tip '..n.e yes*
_k- prese waa set up at Cambr .
One of tbe earli*"*. p.r.! perbapa tb��
n-ost t��-i��;jrated cf the laaoee was "It*
Bar *��r?'rr. Bodk.'' It is lntere_tb_g t��
_no*v that tbe ar-tua! presa li attll pre
served After varlo^is -;vanderl3!rj l!
PrO'^on Ceonecdctit, New Hampehin
auil Vi-r-:.,.:.* it -.''iii foond In W laoi
eot'.r.'- (ed to the VernMDi
Hl��t,,r
CANADIAN
PACIFIC    ^"
-WAY COMPANY
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��    T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
| MONEY    TO    LOAN
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<411-iirrd.
"Tfb-t fi;.! ��� | :... ���,:. . -' i.:,g thf
-Tory tbat I ���> j ;-.*. r-'velierf-r In tht
��r: j ���;/,���-"' -,- t ! tfcw ���'< I i D CT��*a
an '
"V' '     deekli '    -        the ��:.-
bad <   a- .'.��������� I tbe report
fou  told me tbat i
the* ho-* I bought - ���- ���    - p-ai
f.Y    Ar,' yon know | .* waa."
"K-   ata " *���!'! ���-
t'on3 apply
ta
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- eri_���
or to
Aaat
T.ET,
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Pa  -
NEW WE_LINGTON
COAL
PftttTLIANIA SMITHT WAI
BAffF A.\THR.\t!lt COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office.  Front  St..  Foot of S  ��� I
P. O. Box 3-5. Phone 105.
P. O  Box   474
tT       ADVERT.*.!       "i
��� IN ���
THE       D  A  I   L  v       NEWS        fatt.  .\W.\,
If  "nu   W\NT  HELP.
Gasoline Engines
We Sei  thi "
Palmer   Bros.   Engines
".   '     -' -    ���:
��� ' :
at
.. vVestrnin.-n^..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID.   Prep- etc -
Hew v
BUY
OVERNMENT GUARANTEED
Pork
Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as Supplied by
The Reichenbach Company
PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
.
*
The best meat [at the lowest possible prices.    Butchered,
dressed [and shipped under GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
i
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
stW
; i '������ r'     I Wholesale and RetailjButchers
Columbia St., New Westminster MONDAY, JAN. 25.  1909.
*���*��,
THE DAILY NEWS.
l'.W.l-  SICVK.N
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
arltl.h Colurn-ia  ro__t _m.
Service.
TIME TABLE
tNCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January  T3.
p inci i    '���''������'" .    leave    \ an-
..   ui.,  I  ,:'.'.   .ii ect to Se-
���   'I
ocei    Ri''��� al lei   '., Vancou-
.    .   ii,. toi  Victoria daily, ox-
v   iday.
-   g   Princess Charlotte leaveB Van-
, :  l p. in- dally for Victoria.
IWESTMINSTERVICTORIA    ROUTE
[Yader will leave Victoria for
.  :, Tuesday^
^es New Westminster on Wed-
W��ST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tee.
es   \ a toria 11   p.m.   1st,   10th
Hi.   . -iu of each month for OUtyoquOt,
Harbor and w.-i> ports;    0t_
t,   , aonth for Quatsino and waj
. i., .. month for Ahcuset,
S lOtt and way ports.
A*^C.OUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S  Joan
'. ...c.ait'.-   1 :;iu   j, ii).  dally,
���   Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at
.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
���        id 26th.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Tbe wonderful progrees of Canada is illuttr-ted by tbe tact tbat the
finest Cocoa in the wprld U made there. -
COWAN'S
PERFIXTION
COCOA
!��� the purest and the best and ifr fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Sen l)i Approval
:���: Pkopt.i:
'���
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L-~    ,,Klin y
FOV/NTAIN PEN
W1REIESS SUMMONS
All) AFTtll COI LIMN
tli    v from Pagi   I
ill! !   v    "
ED GEM i?v
Inh Pencil HP
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.'
Curs   for  Vancouver  and    waj
stations   will  run every half-
hour   from   6:50  a. m.    Last
car leaven at ii p. in.
(Lasi car Iv. Vancouver 11   m
Clara   leave the  depot    i
twenty minutes (for b(>tli  Sap-
lio.rf.o_ and city limits over the
cltj  line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram
office ni: the hour, tweaty mln-
iutes aftei ami forty minutes af-
. ter, commencing at 6:20 a   in.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour.
half past 'in ��� fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:.()
a. m.
Sunday  Service   hair-noun*.  )>*
tween S.30 a rn   and 11 p.m.
U>
le  H
1 1
Posl
paid
to any
address
tilursday Night, January 28
Charles  H,  Y.-:e Co.'s    twenty-el-jlitrl
Annual Oblation, the Everlasting    t
Devil's Auction
(4
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
;-���������"������:���.���-���::������������-:���:���;'.���-������':������:::���������:'������ ���::-��� #������ ������-"���������::������:"������::'���."'* ��� �����������*���*��� "*-':���*-'
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.-Ice  leaves  Vancouver Jan.5
Feb. 2nd.
Frincess   May   leaves  Vanceuve,   p.
Jan. 12th. Jan. 261'-..
IT  RlVKIt
"rj:n   New   W i ��� tmlnster   M	
laj  and Fi Iday i' 8 a.m.
hi'illwack Tuesday, Thui
���  -  turday a I 1 am.
��� ..-rta"   :.--    ami   in tor ai ation
address
ED. OOULET.
\gent,  New Westminster.
c. n. POSTER,
1st. Gen. Pima   Aeent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
[General Super1! tenant. Victoria.
Ot       ADVERT'St-       >_
��� IN ���
HE      DAILY       NEWS
i , r   ,.' ; ;,TURNS
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTIT
'''nitrations are Exac. Size
. '
lull 111
hail   ���
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-25    Mijestle Bldg..
Detroit. Mlrh
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lie  hn i  '��������� n      " Iii
. ,   |       ,,,,  ,.,���,, . , ;   Extraordinary   Spectacle
.,,.,   ,,. ...... Superior- Scenic   Investiture?,
,j,|. .   Four  Baby  African Elephants  in N4-
Tu   i:   .'in,    Cu         G   ham, Bo                     tive Jun-,e Dance- ' j
tou:     Steamer Republic   'in    d              Lar3e    Company    Extravagantly Coi-
and si'.   V-     _afc| '   ��� ���;���!,.. turned.
.,, ���,                Grand Transformation  Soene, ,
Tin,  Greham was  noi        tl                  "Armor, (
bill   inr rc<  it'eti tj ip .  "Best Ever" '
... sh", ,   "Every Featu.-e  New YhisVear."
lale.of'seats at B ortj
.... ,v ' ><    ,     ���   -ac (
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. ��� .,,        ,        ,| ,.
��mwmmFi'<m
RATES:
Room  $1   per day  up.
Room  and   board  $2.50  per day up.
Fooin   with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
Ai! ot      le rooms  vt Ith hot and cold ;
heat, long distance tele- <
phone 'Bus meets all trains andboati
i
CARLETON GILBERT,  Met.
$250.00   In   Prizes
Given away every month
absolutely 1. RE_ with
Royal Standard FLOUR
CHEM.CAl.LY PUR_
Canadian Government testa
show we have the purest.
and highe. l strength goods.
[\  Qillett's   is   used   by   the
1  beit Bakers and Caterers
l�� everywhere.    Costs no
1    * more than the inferior
adulterated kinds.
[';   B E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toron'n, Ont
Every 49-lb, Hack of lloyal S tandard Floui I avlng our mllla con
tains b numbered coupon. Ou the lasi day of each month I" numbers
will be drawn and published in the Ural Ibsui of this pApef following
To each one hMding the duplicates "f 'h'' ' bumbers, we fviil, np<'"
return to us o| the "iiii��in, tjelirer free of nil charges to nn address,
.i   HANDSOME  CHINA  DINNER SET of I1"1 pieces, value $25.00.
rV'f.1,
Full particulars on the bach of   each   coupon.
THEM TODAY.
BEGIN    SAVING
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,  Greenhouses   and    Seed-
hcuses,
?010  Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
. h N South Van-
ver.
\r,   III ���    ���      "      ���       ��� v;     .
SEEDS  fi     the   ipi ng     I
from tht    ��� In   E
land, Fram       Holland,   T'i
States and - asti m Car
vil] ar- lh  Je
, ���    3full ���     ''    C
; ,.      , fruit trees
and  ��� ��� ���        il       "
grown a pi
fi
Ovi   ��� ��� "' -'    In
... ,   .. ���    ���
;-   B. C. ol
,     , |lz . i, .,      g
Spraylh      ' Cul
en   etc,
Catalogue Free.
IVI. J. HENRY
New
���   ���' [had I,   i. oi-
,     ���' ,\   i(ondon, i' '
Mohawk  Runs  Aground.
��� -in    ran   a
��� .  ���, ���    :   :,!������
and  later
vessel
'!
.    ���
v . ii       n'Ber and
ih <������ call foi
Cl l: V i       i       ...   tl
1   Ol       Nv ���     .
g the i hit up _er
-   ��� , . -
the Republic.
1
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Ivoute
i
for CON RAO, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
���FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect vfifh
Stages at Carcass and'White Horse,
mnintaining a through 'winter service.
: '���..-  information apply to ,
I.   li    ROGERSi  Traffic   Manager,
Trains & Steamers
Four   Pr.ssengers   Killed.
Vnntucket,   Ma      an. 24     '>
'        .;       , .     receivi early to)
day from an unknown steamer, prob-
the  Baltic     ays four pa
Repul re hilled in the col-
���
"���
���
"LAND SAKES!
i never I new yob b   I    i **��� '
goods here."   This is what i    ipl
who come tor the Brsl  time and
oui  Immense ��� toclt and the    i
ri -tv we  carrj
Leave     New     Westminster     S: 20,
11:20, 15:2i', 1.7:12 and 22.
Arrive at New  Westminster  10:17,
16.27, 18:45 and 23.
-REAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
. w. 9:16 .i.n-v ar, Si attle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. 8eattle 10 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
.m.
Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.np., ar. .N. W. 9:55
p.m.
Li   Seattle llr30 p.m. ar. N. V. 6:J0
a. m.
G. N. R.���P'ORT GUICHON.
397    loaves    New   Westminster
dnicnon G p.m. l'ti-
' '.iv dlona by 10:10 a in.
Instei Tuesday1 and
���   ���    rhui   lay,
30 a.m., arrive New
":      ter 8:45 Fridays; also con-
��� ... tlons  '..;   .  p ni.    except    Gulchi n
' y and 0 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6|3d aim., 3 P-m., and 1J��_
!' m. for Vancouyfr.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 1 p.m. a^i
Assistant Gen'l Pa '   ricket j H:30 p.m. for ^estmfiister.
Arretil, 1-15 Adams St.. Chicago. 111. ,   i;   |,;LECTR1C���VANOOOVER.
Leave New Westminster 6:50, ^:20,
16:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every h-lt
Grand Trunk Ry.lj;
llent Train Service Between
:0, London,
hamilion, Tlox.aj^
|.Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
II tl l bu centers of
;'       :       nd  the MARI-
riME PROVINCES.
I Al-> to BI Fl   lLO,  :���: IK and
' '. DELPHI '--,    ^  Wlaiari Fall:!.!
I   - Titi-" '!'!!        :    .   ��� I '
GEO.  VV; VA: tti'.
\y���
If        ADVRRTISK        Tj-S
��� IN  ���
HE       DAILY       NEWS
[NCR 1ASE   You.- BCSLN'I'.SS.
REMEMBER, We guarantee every sack of    Royal Standard to   be
the purest, .wletest and moal wholesome Weatl Bout on the markef.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY BY
Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
���   tf (   tejM
them i>'i: prlci      ie     ay: "I am   	
Taki that D. J. M   I
New Westminster,    It. C., occupation^
electric  railway   rnanager,  Intends   I
tor permission to j      '       the  U:30 p.m
I did not know you we'fp here befoile  followlnei iescrlheil lands In !"
I furnished my ��� DON'T vol'   triet of New W< itn*Jn '	
CorhmchoABg  at a    ���
thence e,qst to n ^.^-^..^
iuth ��� h -    i ���
of Io1 hei  so ��� ' , v
;,���! i norl erly to    dm
atnii ���   icrea   mo
i our thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for  Westmin**tfr at
:60,  0:50,  7:20 and  half hourly till
kind'
BE SORRY, i.i" ooni   to ������' _
if goods a*
Speck & CrandelTs.
When yon w.xn- any kind "f n a_
in- done, ui i i guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic ma   |,.ss
A.
ROFESSIONAu
.VIlfOALLKR,
H.VRRIST' -it,   Solicitor,   etc.,    42'Lome   Street,
lite Court  House   N>w   vVestnila-
-ti r     Phonfl 113.
ADVERTISE. IN THE NEWS
chlnery, so to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St    "Wan  on   the Wheel.'
DANIEL JOHN McQC \H LIE
P r JOHN F
I.      i  p.   ,.,.-'.
w
SIDE  &  ED-IONl 3   Barfl��-
' irs   ni.i aollcltors   '������      le Blk.,
��� i,. i    New "nstbr.
i. Whit, siii". i(. L. Edmonds.
GOING FA
itore
ipen
ip��.t
Only seven days more
to take advantage of
this, the Greatest	
ever offered the public in this community
it
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Furnishings
must be swept out this week regardless of it_ost| and without) reserve.    If you weri in the
'   "\   crd-wd of unlucky ones that could not get liiio the store Saturday?, don't delay-go down to	
the store auick    A host of bargains still remain.    Remember the place-Grossman's old
stand.   LOOK FOR THE RED SIGI>|. .    ,, ,     >
Open
vel-y
Night.
THE VANCOUVER SALES CO."- j- PERRii>u^r,
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
M0NDAY- MN. ft, ���
SNAPS
We have several lines
{ left yet from our fire
i sale which we are sell-
J ing at away below cost,
] such as Soap with the
j wrapper   slightly  damaged with water.   Some
| can goods also.
See our Window
Eight packages "Force"'
25c
i	
j Selected eggs, every egg
j guaranteed, 3 dozen for
$1.00
3 lbs. Creamery Buttei
$1.00
This is the best value in
.ter on the  market.
Tit it.
The PEOPLES
GROCER
- ��� -. ���
EdipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem    Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &
Lusby
EVELYN THAW IS COWING
TO SETTLE IN THE WEST
Former Chorus Girl Travels Under an
Assurred Name to Avoid Notoriety
���Believes  Husband  Sane.
Minn -. - Minn., -Lin. 24.���Eyelyn
Nesbil Thaw wife of Harry K. Thaw,
een at the Ryan jotel at
St. Paul .-inee Sunday, under the as-
>t Julie Allen, left this
. ..:._��� :��� Spokane, to remain tar
a time  with h.r  grandmother
Mr;. Thaw has Bought while here to
avoid  m ���* publicity.    She says
���hat .-he has been waiting here for the
arrival of friends from Winnipeg, who
:: accompany her on a trip to the
coa^t
Mrs. Thaw admitted her identity,
and .said that her object in going west
wa.-- to establish a home for herself
an ! husband on the presumption tha;
h ��� would be adjudged sane and discharged.
BRITISH STEAMER ABATO
WILL BE A TOTAL LOSS
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
ors, Windows, Turn-
ii ..  and Ba. '.ng.
Yokohama.    Jan.    24.���The    British
ner Adato, frv tor Kobe,
-..   .  on osh ma   i--
i a l
- . ..      ���
..'-, lila,
o     _      al go ng
t Moi en i
I, fifteen
.
llD���
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No. 1 Potal           sacks
(not froz    .       sack,
W. E. Walsh
W. E. Walsh, jr.
$1.00
Factoi-y:   End
of T - rd Avenue.
!    Phcne 413.
*,e /.   .-��� estmlnster
J. HENLEY
Mam-faeturer ot
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Awtfd Waters
Fan- ly  tra-l;   a   sp*; z ty,
���*    rel.  "3. Office   Eight str:ei
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
We Have
AL- KINDS OP
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the c*f. :-a  ::.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRlf-' ION
DRUGGI8T8.
E       ; Bioc��*, Ne�� Weatm ntter
Roosevelt to Vis't Denmark.
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at i -. ''..'.
NAILS   AND   NAILIN9,
)   Figure  In   Speech as  We!: -f  .��
T-ade end  Building.
To nail at* i or t -tec
- ���    a na!" or nails; I    r     e naili
:_to for the p   -p _* oi
-"���-..    .'a box,
���    ���       t -��� ���     ���    ���   ���        , to nail
..>  .   -    .*,-'.:
-������v.      ��� ng ii
* _ow ���
mil a ba
prompt a t.o...   Lt waa  B      - *ut
ia. ::
Ev'n mil f-.  has b*<:.  -end.
In
A  r I to T-r.d
An r:.:: 't wl   Scriptur_
P,v
inti    the colli    . .1,  t-
is to pnt
"Una"
A Cantata by A. E. Gaul
will lie giver in
Queen's Ave. Methodist Church
Thursday Evening, Jan. 28    ���������� R f"m'aie nailm-k.. ia refe"rr<3
. *,*..������ ^^^^^^^
jo int. ��� if circuiatior
.... to tht
a -1 .    j  *-..-  *��v
ly, to ������ as
Other  :--- r -   ���    re     ring to the
anil are: Nailer, one w  o nai -. \\a��
i     nails   or   who   sells   them.
'������
. :���  tmln
In
Wni. Hie :    Peai on
v ��� sharp
Admission, 25 Cents
�����>��*������������������� < 94* *��������-���������������
Flngh Mi ei as a naileress. _,
nailei ��� an establish
ment where na  si     made.   A na_
hfa'i :- :. . '      a i ��� '.. v 1 anv-
tliin.. is said \       nail headed when
5"   iiar.-.'J I1-, to re-c^mbl* the h?Ad
Ci
���\   o  Th"
j Edison
HOUSE OF
QUALITY
For prices that are
unequalled our
What's to
Become
of Them?
i r f a in 11 >
... thought-
/G&'son        il
,_y rhonograph
fALISM
ful   mini   ' an question Z
n   11;i;tii  We ' i       Yvii   owe   ��
4 4
ince
Suit
s
are the latest that
expert tailors can
fashion.
i he   now   Resi rve   Dlvl lend  ��
Policies of tli..
EDfSON   PHONOGRAPHS,   VICTOR   GRAMOPHONES
SINGER AND  WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINES.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Write for prices.        Easy terms.
TheSunLife:
ASSURANCE COM
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
PANY OF CANADA   ���
furnish    Endowments    at    Lite ���
llat'-s.      Thi;    guaranteed Cash 2
Surrender Values    and Paid-iifi J
Values are exceptionally liberal, ���
in keeping with the oth<T terms
��� ,f the  policies.
See   i   about these n*w poll-
ciei
J. H. TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
Orders   Taken   For
-
Clothiers and
Haberdashers.
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| F.J.HART&CO..LTD. |
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Chimney
Sweeping
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters !
The LAST WEEK of
Cofilister's
January
^CLEARING
SALE
A new list of low prices for this last week of our Big
Clearance Sale. Lines advertised here must be cleared
out before Saturday. Take advantage of the general
reductions on all goods (except spools and patterns)
which prevail throughout the store for this week only.
Millinery Department's Special
to the big Sa
Every Trimmed Hat inlhe Store
-ale at
EACH
In all, there are about30 hats lefi     the
nery Department, and the order has  ieei
tu clear them out before next Saturday.     You can hav<  your ch
the lot, and    u will have to act Quickly if you wish to se< Reg
ular   ;    es, $5.00 to $12.50.  On sale for seven,days only, eacl     .   $2.50
Ladies' Golf Jackets, $1.25
Regular S__-7-~ ami $3.00 values.    Dozens of these service:   '���   .
have been sold during the past three weeks i       ir sale at Sl. ������"    ich.   We
have still about 4<�� left, and to ; ���        ��� they will all be sold hy   ��� :t Sat
we have still further reduced the price.   Colors: Navy, brown, car'
black and  white.    On sale for the last week of our Jai ua     Sale, al
each " .  $1.25
A Snap in Lace Curtains,
95c per pair, to clear out all
$1.25, $1.50 & $1.75 Values.
V
���
...;,���
_.;.-   Length*
��� ���
fo
95c
Attractive    Bobbinet   I
lain-. $2.95 per pair, regular
$4.00 nnd 54.25 Value .
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12.9,
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y ������_-��. .'<���.    11
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il -    ������ *���' .-..
Our Overstock of Towels
Means a Week of Low Prices
'I'h  ��� ���
an   ��� xi    lenl
��� ���    h theli  ton i'i    up-
A High Gradeof Linen Towels (l^rge sizes), on sale at
55c per pair.
Regular Price 80c Per Pair.
Eighteen doMU ot heal quallt)
henurtitched Unen Huckaback
towels, size's L'.'xii and M_4_ \m
ai o -ix doxes linen toweu with
fringed ends. Regular pries I0c
������;ifh:   on -file 30c, or 55c pet  pair.
Large Size Turkish and
Linen Towels at 50c per
pair.
Regular 70c  Per Pair.
Twelvi   do_en   white Tur!
teen do_en unto ��� ached Turkish
ten dozen linen  Hucka
21x45 . ad  23x60 Inches, w"
in- witboui colored cent '
I in i-d ors*.   On sale   thi--    wei k
i ;k h or 50c per pair,
25-
Turkish and Linen Towels""
Sale at 25c per pair.
Regular 35c and 40c Per Pair.
Ten doxen Turkish nnd six do*-"
linen Huckaback towels; ���!��*- 1vC''
and 20x30 inehei*. On sale 25c i��-
pair,
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   FOR  WOMEN'S  WEAR

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