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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
HO Columbia St.    Phon# H
Uli'>(E
i   \. MTjER 38.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   TUESDA- M
tl' _RY  .v. 1909
*'.\':���' CKN rs i :":-. i-OV\
jmwm  Rupebt sihisint SUPCRWTENMNT ADVISES
m io m   * access io m    % mm m
ENGLISH CAPITAL
COMING TO CANADA
, n3^, TAME
NIAGARA FALL!,
Le Bowlers Win From Interests of Province Neg-
Lcouver Many Events lected in Deal With G. T.
[conclude With Banquet     P., Declares Macdonald.
G. T. Turley, of Minnedosa, Windand Ice Combine Forces
::.,
.. event in bowl-      Vlctoma,  B   C, Feb. li.���Tb..  Far-
tei i   m Ig the in-   iners'   Institute   the  Co-operative Aci
-   -
. . ,r    which   com   amendment   bills,  and the Jurors aci
ila\ .ii the Westminster amendment   i.ii:   were Introduced and
een arranged by the] read  a   first  time  in  the house   this
,: of the Westminster  afternoon.      The   Supreme  Court art
i;  carver, and attracts iamendment aUl| ...    poisons act were
Seattle  and  Vancou-1 reported,   read   a   third  time  and   de-
......   ;��� ..in   arrives I dared passed.
The reading    ol    ihe Grand Trunk
.    Seattl    i- composed j pacific  bill  brought .1   A. .Macdonald.
t bowling talent b_| leader of  the opposition,  to his  feet,
111.:
points  in   his  complaint   thai
Thorough Investigation of Conditions Would Require $1500
A Year    Garbage Disposal Necessitates Immediate
Inquiry    Scheme   Progressing   to   Build
Elevator on Waterfront and Long
Lease  Is Wanted.
Returns From Old Country
and Talks Entertainingly.
to Check the Flow oi Mail
Waters,
A    : iel -��� >sl in oi
wa- held lasi evenini
the City Council  addltb v
in the absi ace | renew
ca--.'   ll
of  Mayor  Kearj   who  is   In  Victo la,
a wei       nt to   .   i
the    . nc. s .
������ led.
:
Winnipeg, !���'��� Li   15.���Q    r   rui ley, n
Minn. ,i,i- i.   i-   in   \\ mn.  eg   v. Hi ll ll
.from a trip :,> England     Ui    rui
.. .,!',���   I ll l Country  u tu one ol
|il< ..-.;.������ t id   Inn nc b  com   a .1     \>
r-.i i v...; i   ol Minn, d,.-.i     Poll.
t
���.ity, in       :i     foseph  F,  Morris   ]],.   gpoke ���,,.  ,)V,.,. .,���   huu
L | a. L  Jenkins (secre-  .,,,,,,
e Bowling Toui-na     (]
Morris   Is   indivi
|bani|ii< ���!.   ' the Western Bowling
W
A  Large  Orde.-.
,i     nr   hav,   at   iir, -.ii!   - .      GOO   i ul-
nan  Garrett   was   also
' verts   ��� liroughoul   the   cit.i    nnd   this
Qiimbi    l- being added as n- *���.  streets
are  opened   to   traffic       Durin*
ted and an important letter came|past ten years 250 have been renewed.
\     . man Jai lin.   ��a ���   voted   to   tin
chai:'.   ^^^
\ gotiations   in   connection
\\;h   iii,-   projected   elevator   were   re-
..   .   \   *i    >*.,.   i      Onlj
a till}    l\ a.."., ii--. di ;. ,-   ����� il,
-. h to carrj   a  . ul|   log o\ 11   the
bi inl*,   Is   :'.>�� m>; ov. i   the   Vme U an
\ . .. .-,- h Falls   A strong north
.a-,  wind  which has blown -in.'.   Fri
day, has h.-l.l hack ihe water and al
compan.   .    waa   iii- Intention  lo  In   lowed ihi  Ice to gain a foothold    .wo
In   th.   .-v.''       "      ���"  ������������'   Mnertwn   reserve-
walked from  1'',''    . .     1','iii! ii.vir
.md  h,        -  .."; ,i in ob. unlns ,
ll
ttttttttmm^m^m^m a   Bath   island   _v--i   the   ice
a il ni iff.     ii .-in  a   Loud, n I
in.--1 -..
DlllOtl uvidi    il"'
\ greai   wall >if lev  mu-  from the
n<' ���  an .capita . , , ,
In .i    ,.- tloat island  ... th,    un-'rictan
hum, diatelj   upon   Mr    I line*-- - >*������-'
provlni ���    had   not   retained     iffi
clem water frontage   ai    Prince   Ru
^ I( i,.   pointing   out   ili!i!   verj   few   ot ]
.    i. Davis, anothi i   ;i],. Btreets ba
sl honors in the ree. n
nl     .-ii   the   Bit
access  'u th��_
a   a
_^^^^^^^_^^^^^_ _____���____���____________ in im!.ivi.    through   which  onlj
-,      ,,.   , ���.i,i.a,  i .,, ,,,,    ,,���, , ,,  i , ,    turn   lo   M: im. lo*n    his offer nil    he
from   Superiutendeni   of  oWrks   Fur-  which leaves some 400 jet In a   iron .. ,,;,,���...     .,        rhls wall
.,,,.,,i ..,,   . .��� ,,,i.,.         ,: ,,.    ,,., sti.unltted to the dlreeti      of the com
oess with reference to culvert inspec    lemaUcal condition,    as    pie\iou    to ' ha* even enet-oach-d on the Canndla.
ioqci .:,,,, i ,���,i-    i,���,.     ,, .i,     panj      11.-  s.,i,l   ( aiiiiidian   mwoi   pro
iw    .   he time I took charge ol   h. clwnuel   extending onl  i-oni.   800 feel
*^^^^__________________________
\\
tsaa, or tne tune i iook ciiarge or tn.   '    *���      ���    ���**
v    ( Whiteside waited on the Coun- work, no record was kept as ,o when jJwl '        '      ed upon very favoi
t'rli     n,     l-'llr     in 1      ,1    I1,..        .....,,,     Ilnl.-
condition   which
ii
Inc.
would   gi ��� atlj   11_it 1-
feaii    again:-; ,,!,,-!. ->  I  :>:.��� rity
. in whir-h fifty were en-   ,���    , ,,      -,, , U,.   Macdonald
������   two   members oi   ,,,.,���,   largelj   Into  details, ���������  lalning
B   Dana  and T,  P   obscur.   ponts  with the aid of a big
^^^^^^H plan wlii-li he ba l spread out over his
I I,,,nor-  yesterday.  .,.
1 v   taj li ��� .pectin        ���;���;..   u       ,   ,,.,    ]|!;    m Ka
L . in iho tournament    . ;i,,..:ll,.,. ,,.-  motion of Hon
ittle, and wlll     ��� p-Cotton.
rj iet this evening    A
...      ���   of all hind- '������
nff today.
I
,, ilj    In   I'm ll ii resen     nni,
',.-. mui  the   rhtrt,   Sl iter I land  ftfid
^^^^^^^ ,       , i, .,.   .,���,.   ,,,!,.-,,.   ,,.,..-      n  , .��, a.in    in    r.um.mi   ai   i un     -,."-, ie    inn,.
cil iu committee with reference to the  ,h'  '���  "'   ����J   " " '-   work,   was .���..,,   w,'. diminishing ill.   Bovt  ,...-,��� ibe
.    ��� ,i     ,,,. ���     i        ii   ,-,,���..     i, ,,, , ��� v       n.ii -1"'1  ��  consiilein luount o   Hm-h
lease  of the old   fruit   cannery,    Mr   ��uu it   jout     honoiaiili Mi,   ,,.,,,,,.    only th�� verv apex of t���r.
,     , I   .,        ,   ,    .     -     ,r,  ,,.,,,,    ,,       , .. ,   ipll.ll     '. -      ', 111.' IV. 1
Whi aid  11   the  Council   would  cou iders  thai  a  thorough   ��������� .ei Ion "^ ^  ^    ^^ ^   L        . u la ,,.,-, .,���,, (tl,,: ,. ,���,,
v       i h. in a iw...  ol  persona were  should   bi    made   which   can    .nl;    be * ,, ,, ,,, ,y      .. ,,������      r.,   ,,,,.,    ��� w-
pr,  ,     i   to put up an elevator for ex-   d����e  Intelligentlj   bj   entlrelj   tincov- *m���   ���; ,'"'"1    "'     ��� "'" ,.    hk  ,   ,���,,   ,,���,  .      ,.,   hav    K,
..,���,, i,    ���       , , ,        i '        of (he i mu in  :"������ nl
port   grain purposes,    lie   was  noi   In   ���?"<>-    ' -!   '    culv<        ,     ,       d        h((1|  f       wh���� th,. whirlpool   s bow
,,������ to so into full details yet,   ��m��in.  of $1500 will  t,  required  ... ��  duestloned closelj   as lo conditions
finally
,'   Ca -
bnt  was anxious ,��� Know whal   vlewienrr, out the work, in addition ... tlm I prevailing  In  Cnnndi,     He  said  tha
tif-
In Introducing   h id   eadingof "n  the lots'
ihe  Ditch -  and   Wat.     Cou   es  bill.      At the presenl time he wa, not pr,
Hon, F.J   Fulton explained the provi-U^ed   '"   discuss  the   rental,   bul   h
preside at  the ban-  .,������. ;1, .,,,,, ,engtn pointing oui th.   thoughi a nominal one would be -<
I hotel, when cover-  ma|_ principie all through was f- oi-lflcient for a few year
.mong thi gui  ts  (ow tj,e
lohnston, J. J. Tarn
i     Mian      In addition
he President of the
the citj would taki   of a 99-year lease.   ��noum  required   for  renewal?   I   na*
The companj   would buld an elevator  ilso iaj  thai in addition to the
water  eulv. fts,   we al-,>    hav,.   In   a
aumber of our thoroughfares ��,.   en
wers   placed   there   bj    prlvtl i:
ij   in  motion
fall       '"���" 's on'v  :'11' l''""'  '''"'   l,,lU  llllv
i   in  Pace   lhe!
   WITH 	
iPlRIGHT-Of-WAYl^i - u _
ranting of water only for
actual use, -pecul itors ��� Ing discourage 1 a ; along the line,
\ dbcusslon on the i!..a: rii r water
iowei   | lam   and   Mglu ci mpanj   pro-
I  anlm  ted  opposition   from   the
Socialists and other members     After
considerable   discussion   the   bill   waa
eventuarh  i-eiiorted with amendments
:. 1  the  commlttei   in tmcted   to
ain
the
ile-
Too   Long Lease.
Alderman    Jardine asked    if
scheme   would    n-.! pay    from
start
Alderman     \dauis sai.l    provision
.hould  be   made   tor the propertj   to
:���.vn   iii   the   city if   the  business
failed
il'.'ioiii'.h  ,-iiiU'alien        niiliiivt ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^_
,   ,      , ,        com blunt Ion of wind and Ice ha   thus
..11    M.ni.'W hai      ; ,i.'i ,���      , ' nv   tn   be   -i
,,,       ,   - ,. affected the folia since ih.- while man
ti .ui.   stream  of settlers  l< (ii ng  roi
e nn,   h, ��� .���    Th,- nt li. r occasion   wen
tills I'oiuitri
,    ,      ,,.,.,   on March 29, 1848, and Man h  "   1903
 w     li     _       _       _      Mr    liniey   was pnrtleularly struck
ti,-. which an- ...,  the verg.   ot coi I with >i'"  superior knowledge ot Can
lapsing.     These    are   tindoubte.llj   .,  ���'''   :""1   �����   '����   which   Engltsnmon
menace   to the   general    public,   and   H��l��tayed on ihi- occasion In rontrast
should be done away wl h al ihi   eai    " "'" ,h"" wh(U* h" u'ls ;1""' x'
[Host  possible moment." !�����>    He considers this will undoiibi
The letter wa- referred to
I man of the board of works and chair-
luaii nf the finance (ommlttee to n -
port, Alderman Henley remarking
there   were  no  more wooden culverts
, iir  have an ��� tt client ��� Keel In ke ip
ni:., om ih,. undeslrnble emigrant, Thl
! rondei   knowledge  of Ihi   i ondltloni
'xlstlng hero Ib al " conveylna conA
BOYS SPEND HOURS
I   IN ICE-COLD WATERS
existing liivi' Ib al o conveying eond I/-.       ,.- �� ., .,
,i,,���'e ���, thi British capitaii i who i��|0ne ,)l0S ol Exposure   Boat
111.'II. ,    ,        ,   ��� ,
u ii , ������' ��� bi in.',  hud
\'.d. : ni;<ii  Johnston   believed   i   -���'*>
,. o    lease with a renewal option,   ul
Relent,    He   thought   It   a   debatabla
 [Mi sec I Igneous.
'la., si   Mungo' Canning Co, asked
tomorrow.
leg Compels Selection of 1 LORD CHARLtS BfRESFIIRD
t^TZ^^ RELIEVED OF HIS COMMAND
Irour Mmiths Wasted.
, ., ���vl(K.kjp0i,i;   whether lhe  Council would   be for renewal of their lease of water lots
wise iu giving a  99-year lease. 20 and 21 for .he period ot ten  ������ ���
Mr   Whiteside said such a  request with Option ol renewal,     Th,   finance
I,,,,,  i n granted  to a railway com-1committee will report.
pany,   and   an   elevator   would   b<
. iHdicial
as
w   T.    Cooksley's   connnunlcntlon
with  reference to  the    Eighth  utreel
far more Inclined todny to Invest  his
, 'none,   ..;, f   lur..   i li.ui   ],,    u a .   I w,i  ,,,
' thn ������ yearn ago
in Mr Turley. opinion the woi i
ad vert I lemont this country i ��� gi 11 Ing
todaj is tb : Ived trom . ii.' Engll "hmi n
n im come to c.in.id.i mi l> i- the Ini
pi'issimi ihai they will sei fool in i
i nu den of !���'.I a w here untold w.al h
will bo th. ii :��� for lhe ti king, and com
paratlvely no labor expected In
turn, Naturallj rudely awakened ih
fni'inli        ��� inountable   dlfheul-
|aie comnell. d   ihe  C. P   l>   to
���    be Ebui ue line
lands  which   have
P h  ll'iiillile du    ns I ..
i ii,'w  righi of-waj.
li ng, h.u lug   ������ ��� ii
��������� ��� . eek  al   the  toot  -.i
ori  distance trom  thi
The n. w roul
mrveyed,  and   cmi
be commenced
lllghl nl   way     Ag< ll'     W
(l. ; Vancouver i- rspoi t( .1
ei ���    led    thi   negotla   ��� n
;,   inn rb I the di
���
!.i in . p  the  road on
thereby avoiding ths
'   of grading, has cost  the C
��� rable sum ot money,
, wa ite "t '.our months'
oad   after  tnalnload   of
���    dumped Into the bog In
port io so.
RetiremeiH     of     Admiral     Before  Age
Litn.t   U  Reached  Will  Probably
Bnng on Trouble.
Ive their  hearty  co-operation laughter, and the letter placed on
London, Feb   la    u  was announced
bj   the admlraltj   todaj   thai   Vdmiral
Lo i eh.ii li , i), I,-- ],.; d. , ommandei*-
in chief ni iii,. , humid fleet, will va
,.,���,  ul   command . n Mai ch -a-
with   thanks for  hi-   notlc
\    petlUon   of   residents     on    Acu.s
and Holbrook streets asked to have a
ditch constructed on the iouth Bide
of Agnes sti eel trom Blackle bi rei i
in Mcinn.'s   street, and   also on the
Thi
il.
Im.
���'
Henceforth
th.
in cessltj
:,      1....
stori
sweep
Qghttng  iinii  ol   iii" li'-
Itiitaln'- lo"1' ���_____________________��.
'      -"    '- Y"    ^ Itf !CTnCd other  mustlble    terlal,
Channel  Beet, under the command ol    ��P  rangement9 could
Vic.   -dmlral  SI.    Archibald  Berkelej   urging that som
,i   i ii., made nith on.
Milne   now second In command In the  '"���
chBnnel ���.���... will form the second dl   Uielr -tuner-.
  ,  ,      ,     ,,    ., .in   -saunai..    iu��i~v-vi    .......
command ol Sir Wm. May. second lord  panj v ^ Eleventh Btreel
He was reminded thai Sdch ;i lease I culverl near St, Andrew's street, noi
would have to be voted on, and theIthe one of which litigation ha teen
aldermen assured lit in tbat while they In  progress,    waa    read    amid  Bomei ^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^m        - ������ .        .,,,   "Arabian N'lulits" dream    they return
- in the mother counlrj and malign Cnn
ad a rlghl ami letl
ROYAL   COLUMBIAN   HOSPITAL
WOMEN'S  AUXILIARY  MEETING
The ni<>iiilii. in.villi i i\ as h. Id y..
terduj afternoon In the Board nl
Trade room u hen li was dot Ided to
hold an ai home" ai thi i ��� ildi nca ol
Mi Pearce, 23u Milton trcet, on
i !������ day. February 23, a1 v.hlch n II
ver collection ��ill bo taki 0 up toi the
work ot ih.. le,-pliai auxiliary,
Th ��� regulai lowing meeting ��Hi bi
111 hi .it \11 V a ��� Sixth '" et, mi
Baturd ij Pictures donati d foi ihe
mniimn j ni' age n.ids v id be verj
welcome, and Mi VValki i and Mi
K i' Macdonald wi re appointed i he
ii iiiii- committee for thi month
Three tun.  memben   were recelve4
unllld ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i to any scheme to bring an elevator,
the terms of the l-a*.' must be considered by the council. A resolution
endorsing the proposal was carried,
promising subsequenl consideration of
the terms of the lease wh.-n the pro-   ^^
    Rre able to go on, another ln.|north side of Holbrook streel bet. n
t^vlew t0 be held with the council.    ,th- said  streel        The  i.i..,,   ru
referred to the oard of workB to act,
Garbage Disposal. . ,
a ��� , . ...       The special Coqulth la m
Arising  from  a  letter  brewing a. �� ^  ^  ^   ^
tention ... the garbage   near Edward Wednesdaj and I- was
Lulu Island.  AIU"i-
also    announced    that    anoihir     tire
will then disappear as tho chief ^^Ja Adams pointed ou,
of Great men Johnston anu hox wM b     ,aced ftJ    hi   ���
^^^ ol   inaking     some   ar-
01 C.  K.  It car -hops Twelfth    (reel
Is Capsized in Bay at Port
Simpson.]
Fori Simp on, it C. Feb   16     I'lirei
houi    in  ��� lie  v.   water i ot  ths ba -
h. ..  |.i.,ii il in      iban  \iiiiui Fli ��
I . i vn v |     OH   of   a    , vn.'. r   i ���  -i'i- I'
u  i     .ild.      ,i   |)0.1|      md   he   ��� -i|e.'inii'..
l|   II    'i '   .,   lime
\\ Itll    Bil hid      nam.'il   Wall.'
Bi i    ii   ti,  ', vn"  i'i. uin ua-. ,!,.-
iiv. I'm I snap ion Imj ������ ai tei fl_j  In _
mi imai     u In ,    ii    i ,ip ,i/, ,1       Through ii rn. ;   rolled ' in- boa i m. ���   ind
over, making II  difficult  tor the ho
io hn  hold on ii      ih. nti nxen   In
-ier. ui.ni.ic. .1 in i iiinii upon ' hi
im ii. ,i hon    in i hi  hi Id on   n Fli win
n ho  .i.'.     iiandlennil. .1   :-     hi    "��� ���.i
h .vi i in. ���        ii foi     lhe;
naiij   ,! -                chilled   beyond
, i,    . ni, Bl                         "' ���
1
i  the mills in ii e
Crystal Wedding.
A     ai prise  pariy    of    about   for. .
called o��� Mr. and Mrs. ll   T   Ki.i, at
heir new  residence,    Fourth avenue
Channel Heel will rorui in. __-----���* * reported  that   In   con,.            ".'       '    '
vision of the main fleet.under supreme     Aid   Smiut     ip   >,.M(.n|ay ,,,,������������ ,���   ���,,,, ���,��� ,���
'��� I   lv
of the admiralty.
It U understood that this means tl .mn ^[��Uactory,
practical   retlremenl ol   Admiral  Lord  v  ��   .,������,������,,  lat,uiry  Into the con-
Charles BereBford and that ho will be ' ^ ^ consuraer, and the cost
null    mil    found matters
He recommend
in-,, a solid foundation Q_ ha,{ |i;lv      ln tll��� ordinary   n'"'11
���niild   have   re   i '
iti rials hut   the  bruih
course   Lord  Charles  w
I   down   and dlsappi ared m(Uy |hi, Bge li]ulu ,��� pebraarj
almost as soon a> it  was
'"' 'a       I.n : j    known  in. ans   ol
I'1 ������  ling  into  solid  ground
/���' i    ii.'iiii,     the  railway
'' '���       ilij decided to select an-
fur
���tovernmeni desired  to
,tructlng same.     It was som.
ll|jn,, Which  ni'i-i   he done at  once.
their crystal wedding, whim a pre
union of crystal ware wa   made to the
hosts     f. P, Maxwell acted a i t i
of ceremonle Music was supplied
im Ing ib, evening bj Moi rs Vic
L.-o.i and Nelson, the parly breaking
up about two o'clock,
Trenton Newspapers Raise Prices,
nton, JJ   i    Fi"'   15     mi ol
I'.'iiii    "   -. p M i   Pi' nton  tod
im i - i . i ��� heir pi Ice to ! een i a
n  :n "..riLim ,.   nil,   ' ii.      ilie. nu . iv ���
lead, earl    a  lanuai       The Inc
In   -������'.. api -       i v" '
, , , ,   foi  i Im re   i
Real Estate Transactions in District.
Sid   Nrwmotnn   Buys   Alderson   Farm   AlicevilJe   Property   Sold   by   lohnstor.
- ���.,, after tin- remark had been mad
group '.il  the newesi  and beat  ���*'!��"!""
under   Vtce-Admlrnl  .Mai's   commam |^ ^  ^^    ^   ^mQ   arl.ang���.
The maiiei  w;is referred to a com
flertll     ^^^^^^^^^^^
onlj  a  portion  of the  garbage
for home defence,
The action of the government,     ���*
ever,    m    thn.-    prematurely retiring
Beresford is Hkelj ... arouse again iha
acrimonious  discussion  so  frequen
iddltlonal   work  trains   have
secured to haul mat.-rials for tho
[truction of the road from the C,, ...
, I coupi.-d wiih ins name,
near Port Hammond and|	
Lwed on the mn towards tV ] INAUGURATIOn escort
Death of Dorothy ITrcntbatH,
Nanaimo, Feu.    .-.    '''"'   death oo
...,i p i|      ui      i ..i,i -    .nl' li      "II   ���*-nll lii llli;
ttwtwmttwtwm _.��� , morning ol Dorotny i-uu, me m i
,, iiiimi)  !he other mutter  mint ,   , ,
" '"""l |oiu uauguter ul    *lr. and   Mr*   K   i.
^^^^^H .i.mna.ii   of    pi inimi'is      lh.
Culvert   inspection. ^^   ^   ^   ^^   |o   H��mmQ
,��� connection with the Inspection o ih1   |;|1i������ m,���. ,���  v,w
lvert8 an important letter wa. read ������   ,. tev    m(1,,litlR
from    'he    superintendent  of    work  , ,���������, wlll ,���,���. ���,���. ���
ment
!,.    mail"
week.
���l-lnimas Furness:    ^^^^^^^^
�����*-       ,,CT  no,    "i r.-spectfully beg leave to ask your
US TDRESS  JUST   sui
MARRIED   MEN   MAY
GET   SPECIAL   TITLES.
KW HAS LIVED
IN THREE CENTURIES
.   Mexico., Feb, 15.���Jo-e
''"' 'Mcala, believed to I ���   the
'   ; "i;in In   a.   world, has jusi eel-
V"i his  i?,mn
fort
birthday annlver-
Alcala wag hum In Quadala-
    instructions as to the method you d
,,   ihejsire adopted in the inspection of th��-
;    New   Voil.,  Feb. 15.-*Tn se ^^ woo(len ^^ thr0UJ,h.,
i lUipublican committee *"u wl"       rtLlf the cl,y.     I may say that during,    Chicago, I eh.
| up the delegation io act as an
to   President     ROOievelt  Ott lnaU^
j lion day are Instructed to a. "The city is aiviaen mio io_r ��"*-1 v"��~   -  .       ��i
selv.s as follows: ! Each (,l8.r,ct L, imaer patrol ofigamuel Attelson goes fh.oi.gn       i  e
Dark citizen attire,    high �� .,;. ,ir nWre men  whr��e duty it has  .senator  ),,'.    been    approached by a
iv trlcted to the vlntagi o   ! ��- ^     ^ t0 repalr ���_ culvert( llrftln or number of unmarried women w��o
gloves.      Summer, goll and ajewalk which  ��howed any evidence  thnt   aarrled  uicn
...  ... it" . __ ...       __ L.I..  -���-i������   ,.,   ihem   because  i
���1    COf|intl,ini   tor   $9000���160   Aere��
Flop  CJtarad   Land  and   Buildangt.
Bros, foi   Ovec $45,000���Quarter of a
Mile  ol   Water   Frontage
nne bundled mid uiv. acres of flne
I -rn int. pai ill ileiiied and under Cttltl
viithin. and Including -om.- tine fanu
buildings,    were    .*old    .. ���   i.-nlay    by
.(K-oi'Me Alders.ni lo Hid  Newlngton, of.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
thl, elly. P.. a inouetan   consideration  C0      T,"M"" ''  c0VeCS  L25 "�����
of iihoiit J'.i.ooo. the deal lieing eugln- facing Burrard tnla��, and the i
eereil by P. Ii. Brown of the Seiners' J line of   the   holding runs   for a  mile
\u   Inipoi tan state  deal
h. "U completed By which lot 31. .
i. Burnabj  municipality, hai been .v
quired  bj   sum.- Iiusiness men In Van-
otorm water wooden culverts through-;
,;,, the city.     1 may say that during,    <-��"���B--. I'*>��'   ' ,,,,���,
,���.. past, tbe supervision and inspec-  should a married man bear      A state
tion was ,n part a, follow, namely.      law   may  decide  ^gj"^
Th. city is divided Into four dis- proposition  pu.   up to State H naror
tils shoes   "noi in li
 I T.ie personnel of 'li
'���righl   years    before  Mexico),,,  mini,,  up  ai
republic, and  has lived  in  Dlrecflon  as  to  attlr-*  wa
L yesterday.
iiKsimlatlon.
| The property in question is located
on the noi'th Pitt Meadows road, C'o-
qiiiUaiii, and ailjoins Donald McLean's
farm. According to -Mr. Newlngton,
in- is not buying the property as a
speculation, but Intends shortly taking up hi residence on the premises
mid managing the farm himself.
trial   miiiiK'u  ..������ ��� ��  ������ < ���,,,_���
_______________________________________________i ,l,....i   because   ll.   is n<,tvi],1    Ui'Lvll!    of   PHi    Meadows.
L.ilion wiiijon the surface or otherwise, of being ( posing  upon  them _>*.< ^^   ^hgf^J JJ^ - u,mpUng off0l. for
bordering on tht-  .N'onb road.    It. hai
a quarter of a  mile frontage on the
Inlet, and tor ;hat  reason was much in
favor ns a camping ground In the sum
Bier at   Allceviiie.
The  property  was  acquired  by th.
late   William  Johnston   In   tin
sixties,   ami   has  formed   parr   ol
estate of its first owner since his d
cease.    The Messrs. Johnston, of thi
Johnston   Shoe   House    in this   city.
nave   conducted   the sale  through A.
V
���matter  wis   reported   to   myself and  r,..t\ ,,,   m>.
the district.
^ price is over $45,0p0.
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PAGE TWO
1'HE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY nm,
Something Unique is
I
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES AHE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE ONLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
���. ..i ..�����,."..._.n.���������-,.-.���...v. rti JfriMiiHijt- Jfr�����--__-_������_���-���__*���_   ".___
1 *.���-.!���-, .���*,.-. HR t".'i"lt-,\"ll.'"li"4,-'4t"t\���lt"F.i"4-i"ll,"^i TT
Wanted -.-Lost -:- found |
for Sale -:- Io Rent -:- Etc. j
_ t ��� -J f* -. t* -Jt- i**. -Jfr nH/ ���������ti ���? t ���.-������_-��� ���__��� J WV -JtiiM'��l"to-!����-*iiJtnHt JtVtVi J^'Jfc
���.i-Ti,-ii''ii-,,v-1.-W',i"'ii".r-j��"A"*,C'*i"��i-i**h".i"ii",."i.-.i". .-,.-/��*��
WANTKD���Dy March I, girl for genera! house work. Apply .Mrs. T. S.
Annandale, 1S9 Fourth street.
LOST���Will the pany who took a
large carpenter's plane from Edmunds street station please return
same to Walker & Peer's real estate
office  Edmunds station, Burnaby.
MRS. C. C, FISHER, ex-pupl] of Carl-,
lotta Antelll, R, A. M., London, Eng.,
and of (i. F. Sims, Mm1. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
si lining and harmony.
WANTED���By March 1st, girl for general housework, Apply Mrs. T. S.
Annandale.  189 Fourth  Street.
New York Sun
Critic of
Stage
The bllowlng taken from The New
York Sun's editorial columns is well
worth reading. It is headed "The State
oi' the Stage, .here are now   being
produced In  several  theatres  in  New
York   plays   which   if   offered   to  th"
public a  few   pear-  ago  would  have
called down on their authors and nvau-
agers  the mos;   violent  denunciations
from a  large and  influential fraction
of the people of the town. In the winter
I of 1906 'Airs. Warren's Profession'was
I stopped by the police, and though the
��� courts afterward decided that it might
|-be played the action of Commissioner
McAdoo   was  loudly   applauded.     But
'Mrs. Warren's Profession' is mild and
resti,���lined in comparison with certain
dramatic offerings which  pass    today
MACHINERY OF JUSTICE
ISAmEDBYw,RELESS
Whii,. Plains,  N.  v., Feb. 15,���The
,-alue of wireless telegraphy aa an adjunct to the machinery 0f justice was
demonstrated today when John Ryan
seaman on board the United States
ship Neu Hampshire, was placed under arrest and confined to the ship's
brig al the request of District Attorney Winslow, of Westchester count v.
���rhc request was Hashed while that vessel was several hundred miles out at
s,-a on her way to meet the American
.battleship fleet. Ryan is wanted for
alleged participation in a burglary at
Osslnlng, N Y. One of the burglars
upon being arrested, turned state's
evidence and Implicated Ryan.
MADE IN CANADA
0pERA HOUSE  BOWINGS.
TWO ARE   POISONED   BY
CANNED   CHILI   CONCARNe!
CREAM    i
RTAR!
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian Government tests
show we have the purest,
and highest strength goods.
Gillett's  is  used   by  the
best Bakers and Caterers
everywhere.   Costs no
more than the inferior
adulterated kinds.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD. |
Toronto, Ont.
Fi v   -
F. b. 27
\l
.1:.   ,
Daniel Sully.
- The Burgomaster.
i     Kerry   Cow.
Stubborn Cinderella.
u.i:,v  lo    rncle Tom's Cabla.
,.i.,.,., .4���Harry Beresford,
April  2,    Marrying Mary.
April 7.   Blanch Walsh.
\.  i v    The Glnge'rbred Man.
June   10.    Nat  Goodwin.
Ord
weepind
"iepKoi
le]
one 1(34
Tho Mis pE
TERS
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
Uis Angeles, Cai., Feb., 15.���Mrs. II.
E. IkMinint is dead and hei husband
hiv but a slight chance for recovery
as a result of eating cauned chill con-
I came, Saturday night. Shortly after
eating the chill, Mr, Bennett, who Is
[connected with a real estate and insurance company, began to feel ill
and soon fell to the tloor. Mrs. Bennett summoned a physician, hut had
hardly left the telephone when she-
was also overcome, and when the doctor arrived he found thi.> two unconscious on the tloor. Mrs. Bennett died
at 11 o'clock Saturday night, after
suffering terribly from convulsion.
Bennett's chances for recovery are
slight.
OF ALL KINDS AT
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
LOST���Gentleman's brown kid glove
near armouries.    Finder  kindly  re-1 unrebuked and almost unnoticed hy the
turn to this office. j pjro-essionaJ     guardians  of    popular
__________-_-������_-���--_-������_���������������' morals.
LOST���At Pythian skating rink, lady's]    "On the variety stage also dances
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
purse, containing money, gloves and
keys. Please return to Daily News
offic.
which would have been prohibited in
public ten years ago are witnessed
nightly by large numbers of enthuslas-
���i ��� jtic spectators, and without a word of
WANTED ���  By    experienced    book-1 objection from the authorities.
keeper, small set books to keep dur- "At the same time that these daring spare time- Address X. B. 243,1 Ing and in some cases indecent pro-
Daily News. * ductlons are proving profitable a mini
  '   <*'iber of thoroughly clean plays are cn-
WANTED ���Competent     experienced j joying   prosperity,   showing   that   ap-
lady
in or
ster.
Neil's.
stenographer desire.- position
around vicinity of Westmin-
Address   Miss J., care   Daily
WANTED���A married man wants
work; used to all kinds; wants constant employment, Apply Royal Pacific Realty.
| peals to the lewd and carnal are not
j essentia]   to   success  in   the   theatre.
The  interesting aspect  nf  the  condi-
; lion  now existing is not this comfort
Ing  truth,  however,   li   is  the unprecedented   silence  of   those    agencl. -
I and individuals who are usually quick
i to denounce merely questionable performances al   a   time when  lust   and
than
Re a part (lit) acres) of the northeast
quarter of suction   in,  town-hip  19.
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1150 F., Issued
in the name of James Long, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that l shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hi red
in a daily newspaper published in the
City e��f New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection bo
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED.
?H0r*E 57.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������++
���������Wl
 ' passion are more freely exploltei
Six lots, (ihxl20 each, cor-  has been the case in years."
FOR SALE
ner Richmond and Eighth avenue;
$160 each: cash. A. L. Bryant, 1524
Charles street, Vancouver.
WOULD  PROHIBIT
WAR
OF   THE  AIR
WANTED���Man and wife   to
lions,-  with other tenant.    I
ticulars address P. O. Ilnx 1,
occupy
or par-
City.
IiOiidon. Feb,  1."..���Dr. A. R. Wallace,
president oi the Land  Nationalization
���������_________-_-���--_-������������������_��� .Society and well known as an author,
TO RENT���One large furnished bed- Saturday mad,- an appeal through, the
room, near library, suitable for two newspapers to the British Government,
Also two small ones. Rent reason- i to take the initiative in an endeavor to
able.   Apply 287 Victoria street.        'secure    International     prohibition, of
I war by flying machines, through agtee-
WANTED���A  nurse girl;  services re-   -m-nt o* b;   treaty, declaring that  no
qu'red  from 1 to C  p.m.    Mrs.  Dr.  airships shall  carry explosives or tte-
jones, Royal avenue. Istructlve implements.
 . ;    "If we take the initial'.v.- I can hard-
APPLICATIONS WANTED. ; ly conceive ih.- great American people
refusing to join us. and tli n pioaabli
tlie new law will be universally accepted."
Applications for the position of City
Engineer for the City of New Westminster will be received by the undersigned up to March 1, at  5 p, m.
Applicants to state salary required,
and references as to ability and experience  in  municipal  work.
W. A. DUNCAN Cltj Clerk.
City Hall, Feb.  16,  1909
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
This is the    !
SPANISH
SWINDLE
AGAIN   TO
British ColumDia roast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
S.S. Princess Victoria leave. \ an-
couver iu p, m., going direct to Seattle daily except Monday.
S.S. Princes; Royal leaves Vancou-
r at 9 a. m. for Victoria daily, except Wednesday.
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 1 p. ui. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster cn Wednesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
l..'.,ves Victoria  11  p.m.   1st,   10th
aud 20th of each month tor Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports.; 10th
of each month for Quatsino an 1 way |
pons; 20th of each mouth for Ahcuset, |
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANC0UVER-NAI4AIM0   ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
Leaves   Vancouver  1:30   p.m. dally, j
except  Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo  at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves   Vancouver   Jam.
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Beatrice  leaves  Vancoi.-ver Jan-5,
19th; Feb. 2nd.
SLS.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26tn.
UP  RIVER.
--"avei"���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at b a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday,. Thurmlajf
aw} Saturday at 7 a.m.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./*i
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocc
���H- H4WW.�� ���M"M"I--I--!-H-
! PRINTING I
B. C. Mills, Timber andl
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
OOfL
THE   FO.RE
fwE:.; ;;
^ i| Opportunity
Look  over  Henry's  catalogue
and  make out  your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees. Plant-. !!��� <��� Supplies, etc,
No wind, agents 10 annoy you.
No damage from fumigation. No
delays of customs,
YOU "PRESS THE BUTTON,"
WE DO THE REST.
London Feb. IS.���The well-known
Spanish swindle, whclh had so many
victims in Europe and America, Is
tiKain so active that sir Maurlee de
Bunsen the Brtlsh Ambassador al Madrid, has issued a public warning here
Th,- swindle Is true to its time-honored form. A Spaniard, dying Iraa mil-
ii.ii'i prison, offers to transfer a large
fortune to the correspondent, who is
I to educati hi- only daughter, but the
preliminary expense must he forward'
1 ed I y the victim.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us m^ans a satisfied customer.
.I.OIIKH SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE Kf-liHT
Rates on work of any des-
rrlption or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
N,-w Westminster. Phone 388
Manurocturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  D
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! j
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, |
	
Royal City Branch, Columbia St. i
Telephone*- 12. New Westminitei |
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=====  The ���=====
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
PROGRESS IN  SIX YEARS.
190_
1908
Ca  Ital   and   Reserve
-5.000,000
$3,500,000
I lepOBlI
$14,000,0(K)
$37,000,000
Eft inches In ��� vei
��� ���   in *t_   and   .\. iv
Provinc.   |n camida, also li
York   City, N. Y.
.   '
$22.OOC.O0C
$50,OuO.OOO
p rti R.'
NOTICE.
for   reservations   and   intormatlan
���a_l or address
RD. GOTJLET.
Agent, .'ew Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
int, Oen. Pass   Agent. Vancouver.
J.  W. TROUP.
O^neral Buper'r.tendent.  virturi*
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
ROFESSIONAL.
A.YHEAI.LEIa, BARRISTER, SO-
��� llcltor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phonfl 113.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Bla,i;kle Bl_���
Columbia street, New \V'i��tmin*s-.er.
W, J, Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
Tak.; notice thflt 1, C. \V. Preston,
of Vancouver, I). C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chle_ Commls.
slonai of Lands and Works for a j
twenty-one year grazing lea.se on the
follow in:; described land: Comment
iii-h* at a post on th>- east shorn oil
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
aboul a mil,- south of the mouth ot
Lai.-.- creek, thence west across the
i.sla.iid to the shore, thence following
tha shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the ixiial of commence-
aent.
No. 2 lease. -Zaoas l_lant_i Port
Simpson district, starting at a post, at
the southeast cotaer of No. I lease,
thence west acrose the Island, to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the p-__t of comarj<ncem.-nt.
'    W. PRESTON.
Jan. 2S, 100��,
:���_.-��-.���.:
:;:*--K::^;:.*::^^-.^:r.^>^^��;**..^^-*1:::-*^��;:;;*;x-****;':
Young People,    Attention !
HENRY'S:
Nurseries
Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver,
I
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11
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You  can receive   instruction *n night classes at
Columbian College
iu ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING CORRESPONDENCE
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW, PENMANSHIP.
All  or any
from 7 to 9.
''���    e-pondents throughout the World.   Business   -.counts will
celve every consideration,
0*0*CJ*OK)K)K��*040*O*O*0*0 09.
Eastertrook  Milling  Company.
Ebunne,.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrie & Pa flour and feed merchants.
FRONT STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 313.
I
L
part of the abov,. Tuesday and   Thursday  even'ngs
I'I
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
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Scientific American.
t.iuiiiu.i. a*-..,' n y, in,!,   i . ���    |,n>nn|,_    ur.iA ...
"Bte^WQt.
A little Good Coal
makes a bg, hoi Iln when a Wl
of poor coal sends out '-' ^l
at all.   It is economical n��
our coal, hecaus.
goes farthest, male    Dli
loaves very little ash ar
no more per ton than   I  H
grades.    We  deliver it "
part of tho city.    Full
always.    Telephone  >"'"'
to lis.
well"
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
'Ellard B'ocK, New Westminiter
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ENQUIRE
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Family Rate1
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
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Royal Avenue a : ';.*���'
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Room   ��th   tath   (2-M  per   dai   up.
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Columbia v!.'��'i
'Hater Clauses Consolidation  Railway Time Tables
Act 1897 ami Amending
- --.
Acts:
Ltd.
" nster Land District,
:-.   of   Sayi%ard.
I, C. VV. Preston,
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to
-- I lands:     Vancouver   Power   Co.
t  .ii  a  . ml   I  >.n.
south Twin island, 	
.,     hon     easterly,
��� ;v.      northerly     and   Notice of Application fer Further Cer
to polnl >'i   commend tificate ct   Approval.
in the whole i-lan.i con-
'���:.* more or i. i 	
C. NV. PRESTON.
2nd, 190.,
���
Notice is hi i. bj    ti en   upp-
i ary to the notli i   ���     hi   ,4th day o(:
December, 1908, that, two wi i k i aftoi
date application  ��   l    c  mndi    wh��n
application Is pu    ia ������> a   to
1 the notice ol   b    ,   . .4th daj ol Do
cember, 1908, toi  a fu thei ci rtifli ati
un' approval (to .   i In   b    mc
' ameni of the right of a certificate ol approval*  ol Its furthei
'lictm Voluteer entitled to a undertaking in the matter of the con
be by way of ap*IBlrnctlon and operation ol a   Ingle oi
duuiil"  ii-.-iei; tramway   from ,i   point
T etll--  w   WHIMS'wl ^^^^
ftUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,    i908
������      NINQ  TO  PURCHASERS.
a  c E. R  Wrstnimsin Branch,
Wc.-la Day Soh��4UlS.
i en,' Vancouver for Mew  w i   I
minster ai G 50, 6 50, I   10 and *	
, in . and , i.'i) hair houi thercuftci
until  11   '���"  i' in.
' |i ave New We i nun lei toi Van
, ouvi r it ���' 50, 0 10, ii 50, I 20 and
8 ..'. .1 in . and 'iiiv halt hum ihei'
iiinii    I 1   UU   |. Ill
Sunday Schedule.
Cai    leave Vancouver for No**   \\ eai
.    n  li |   ,ii   S  i.ii  and   !i  nu  n m .   and
i \,.|j    half   hour    thereafter    milH
11 30 |. m
(��� I, . leave N �� We il mln ter for Van
, en or .1! S 0 n . and ot 11 y hall
houi itiere.ii'e, mil ii 10:00 |, ill   l.ii
cai H :00 i' in
D   J   MoQuarrle, Local Minagsr, Nrw
Wri,tmin��ler.
iono of eQOTUANO iicNrrn   as
IOOIATION, LORD 01   nn itair-r-
'"AMP. till. -Mom-, on thn V"H"I an.l
I'litid 1'liemini >'( en'ii mentll 111
1-    Of IV hall   ' rh;. I  W    :teiiu'i ii.n,I. '
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r.>i'Mp   ri*.i<;t--n   in   ppcipr. i
11 111-.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I".,,, .11.1
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yettl    ���"'    v.u.i "��  ���"  "��� ""   v'"    m       ,���.,   u      |   :,    ,-���������,���      ,,u-
Meets  in  ii.iiii'nii.Mi.:' nun.  roi m.i. .i.iir.'v.i ��� cttith and land ownei   ,���,.,,,,,,   ��� im)i,, .   ��� ,���
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u - ���,i���,i,    VtilUm brethPftB will tlpath ������"   UvaW dw i ''"   '"" '  ,,���.i.,. ���i.i ���,., i. shlereil itftl
be   m.'ide    weleem.    ll   8   dllltWi end  ul  iliU .........       ml ��� ��� nrlK .,M ,,, .,���,,���.,, ,,���,���. ..,,,.,,11,.,
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_______ _-���-������ j ,,-�����.. tin.v nn...ins and  11 !-��� '",l,t,,*Pp(,-!|J,,ms,ipni ,.|||pf .nelnppr. tittnwn, Ont
���llttt   OH   COI II MO I A     L.OOUI-
11'..   SONS   OP   tNUI ANI1,   II    tt.        ^	
liml  It,.nn  Ii.iki.'.i iiinniri Mnei.iul mill | .1 ,,,|   i,,,:,ni,    le"l     uliii   nv. ''
Ponrth Wednesday of eaoh month. , ,     ������,    ,,.,11,,
In   K    nf  IV   Hull.  ' ..iiiuil.i 1   Ut , nt j
8 p, ui.. White Rose Degree, fourth ,' '  ���'"' '"  ��i"|i|iei1 in ��an '
WnMiionduy     l��i    ��>_i-li  niiinlli.  miimo
ilmn  nml   |iln< e.
was mu ii.n..- ...ivehm-i, .,1 Muti.i'.'
"'"'n   ' .!..!      ���   ,,ll  ,1,.. ,,.,,,!.   ���  ���.      1,.     ..,,,1
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nn  !>'��� tl  ��� '   1 "      "    ��� ��� harl
���
|'i*a
��d giat^	
i; ol  i 1 iibi tltute and must be
[the form provided by tbe Act.
|r attention is called to Bub* |
' ��� Section 5 ot tbe Volunteer
'"''���    .et, 1908, which provides that
em of thi  right of a vol-
" the appointment of a sub-
f '���   ball be accepted or reoogn_-8d
the  Department    of ths  Interior
ii is not executed and dated after
[e date of the warrant for the land
"tissued by the Minister of Milltii
("fence in favor of the volunteer.
1   W, QREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
track tram waj   from a
1 at or near the New Westmin t<   June | '������
railway j I--
lion ol the Canadian  Pacini
iv he re Ihi
branch line 10 thn Cit) ol 1 ������
Great   Northern   Hailway.
\ \i   '1 20 a.in ; ar. -Oattlo  I I- Ill
-.��� w. 1 :;:, p.m.; ar, Seattle 10 p ni
s- \v    1:': |0  0 iii .   ai    Is."11 He   ,   1
New Westminster branches oil
^1
of New  \v. .-luiiiiHter 10 11  point
at   or near the   oUtherly  end ol  Lake
Coquitlain,   with  tbe   n< ci   arj
cii\
Lie
'Will UQi_ti9*4i7E��
tracks and turnouts ami branch,
the pat-sane ol cars, teams, oai
and   othe,   vehicles     .idapl'd    to    ""
.an... and to build bridges andexon
;,,,,, ,,f the powers a   1.1 forth In Vl
Hon 90 of the Water Clause   ' ���" ""
datlon  Act,  1897,  with  bi	
other powers the power to lak
fer and .any   p��   engei ���   and
minerals   ami   frelgbl   "I""1   ,,!'     ra,
way  by the fore.- or power of  '"ima "
or such steam, electric, wan 1
motive  pow.r as  'h.- Com
ileoni expedient.
Ilcath.n all
fully
may
tl!"
       And upon  such app^^^^^
[When sending for frlende In the old usual .and necessary i">'*"''    '  ^&
* buying   tickets   at.   this!and effectually carry '"'
"������you ,.. money and preyent proposed tarther underta
applied fur.
Dat..(i bi the City of Van-
Em ires- - liis from   St.
2  and   ....    Call   for    par-
KD   QOtJT-ET,
A sent.
,1 III
1A Beattle 8:10 a ra
I.,    Seattle I:
p in
ar, N w, I
p.in ;   or,   N W
i, in
ittle 11:30 p in ,  ai   N W,
g. n. r��� Poh Qulohon,
OTHER     I RATI IINAl      mil II   III 'l
Include the Union Lodge, No n. n
I-' and \ M ; KIhk BolOUlOU t_(lllRO,
.No.   IV.   V   I'',   nnd    \     M  .    I.    (I    I,.
NO.    1 I   '".     I.      I"      I     .     NO      le'l'l.     <''"!"
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!��� . ('...ui v\ ."���������iiiiln.'.ii'i. No i in
lliiiln, rhnii.l  .-r  iliv'n,   N��'*ii   K.'..   '.''i.
BOARD     "I       IHADt New     W*-lllllll
���i.-i   Hoard "i 'rind"    ini'i-io tn iln.
Board Itnom, '"v Hull, nn r.iii.iwn
Third    1 inn sin.   "f   eiH-ii   ,11,mill,
'jnmii-iiv  meeting!  on   thi   third
Thuradey   nf   P'sbitigry,   Mnv,
AiiK'l.'l ntlil Niiveiiil.ni. nl II p m
Annnnl IDA.tltlg- "" lhe t lilt il
T _ 11 1 1 d n v     Of     l'��'i 11       N"w
mem ber 1 may i|n prepflfl-d god
elected .1 any mi.>i> 1 hiv of quarterly
meeting    A  19 While flno
BOOKER   '
W AfJ 1
. ���   Vnik
W A'SI 11 N U I 1 ' I I
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1 -v  Dominion ol 1 an ids -1
;.     f the Coi rails loni 1
-.t   -I.     1 rdhsi "...I" hi 'i  H 111 -
il 1   in   ie.,.'!.. -i   housan.   1
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PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILlr  NEWS.
TUESDAY PEBRUAR
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth aud Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
BADMINTON TOUHNAMENT
C. A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY   FEBRUARY  16   19..
Late   Kv,.nts.
Men's singles���
W.  Russell  heat A. K. Greame.
O. Peele heal  I). ('.  Tuck.
Next round. Peele beat Russell,
Pinal, Peele plays G. ii. Corbould,
.Men's  Doubles���
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    t).   Peele   and   ,1.   11.   Diamond     livn
- .1. it. Grant and I). ('. Tuck.
BOOST  THE CITY. \V.   Russell   and   B.   N.   Sutherland
The people of  Westminster should beat A. W'healler and .1. S. Clute.
wake    up to their    possibilities   this     Hussell    and   Sutherland     heat    (V
rear, when  every    little city on  thoiLeamy and A. C. Eddy.
j
���prairie and interior is alive to the ad-      Peele ami Diamond heal .1. A. Moth-
vantiages of publicity, and is spending  envell  and  G.  B. Corbould.
money to spread abroad to the world!    Ladles' singles, final-
Die great opportunities of the district      Mis.s Peele beat Miss Corbould.
of which it is the centre.     Not only.     Ladies'   Doubles-
is   ii   the little   community   springing j     Mrs,   Grant   and  Miss   Cotton   heat
into life   and energy in  the past t'e\v|MiSs   Pt.t.-L.   and   Miss   shildrick.
months,  but   great cities    alive   with.     Ml,,   Grant   and  Mlsa   Cotton  beat
TWILIGHT ZONES
SHOULD FADE AWAY
American Commission to Discuss Rights Affecting U.
S., Canada and Mexico.
CHILLIWACK   BOARD
ELECTS OFFICERS
Vancouver   where  the      Final.
commercial and tndustria
Winnipeg   and	
forces of    publicity    are  doing their I Qran-
duty.     The cry goes  up not merely I
tn  the  west,   but  in  old   and  settled
communities in the east for a larger,
and better city, and those cities upon;
vhieli have been thrust a magnificent
pportunlty    are    advertising     them-
elves afresh to the world.
What richer heritage does Westmin-1
.ster want than a fine freshwater pori,.
a  rich   agricultural     district   around,
manufacturing   sites;      good     water,!
transportation   facilities,   salmon  and
lumber given in abundance by nature'.'
The gateway of the Fraser valley, the
activity as   m,-*   Diamond and Miss Lewis.
Misses  Corbould   play   Mrs,
ind  Miss Cotton.
Mixed doubles���
Miss  Cotton .und   \V.   Russell     plaj
Miss Leamy and 0, Peele
DRAMATIC   RECITAL.
Following Ig the programme to be
giv.ii in Princess Hall, Sapperton. tonight:
Part  I.
1. Pittoo solo, "_laca_s_j March'
(Koeppell),  Miss Mitchell,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 2. Recitation,      (a)     "The      Dandy
most important waterway on  the Pa-j Fifth"  (Gassaway),   (hi   "Our   Folks"
clflc coast of Canada,  should arouse  (Ethel Lynn), Mr. Arthur P, Brown,
Itself,  and develop its  resources,  but      ;���   vocal solo, "Asleep in the Deep"
above  all  attract  new material,  both   (pet.ie), Mr. A. G, Williams,
in men of intelligence and Industry,      |   Recitation,  "A Change of Treat-
aiid capital, without which no great
business oommunlt*, can be built up.
The fault, of this city is people do not
pull together: there is too much petty
Jealousy, internal dissention among
the leading nun in this city. Ulterior
motives are attributed to simple actons, in fact an undercurrent of in-j
trigue  unworthy  of  the city, breaks I
out, checking  progress,  and diminish- (    o   Recitation, "The Revenge
ing opportunities.      The control of af-jnyson)   ji,.   Brown
fairs is far too much in the hands of      3   \*ocal   solo,   "Out   on   the
men of narrow  vision  whose limited  (Loju-v   y\v  *vVilliams
.iudgment would keep the city as it is.      ,   Recitation,  "Th,- Groom's  Story
Let the outer world know Westmin-1 (A Conan 1X)vl���)   Mr Hl,nvn
ster is a loyal and patriotic commun-,    -   pantomime.   "The   Lasi   Re-   1
ity,   not   of   boast  and   rainhow-hued I gummer >��� twelve "iris
ment" (W. W. Jacobs), Mr. Arthur P.
Brown.
5. Piano   solo,   "Second    Nocturne''
(Leybach). Miss Thompson.
6, Recitation,     "Paddy's    Courting"
(Eaton), Mr. Brown,
Part II.
l. Piano   solo,   "Fruehllngsrauchen"
(Slrdlrg),  Mis-  Mitchell.
(Ten-
Deep"
Wash'.ngton, Feb. 15.���The elimination ol the "Twilight Zones" -between
Hi,. United States and Canada and the
United Stales and Mexico under cover
of which many valuable water rights
have ben secured by private interests
in these countries by the formation of
a plan for a permanent North American Conservation commission, probably will be the one big result of the
North Amercan Conservation conference that is to he held here next week,
beginning Thursday.
A plan whereby the American and
Canadian governments can co-operate
to prevent the recurrence of the dis-
ustrous forest tire? that swept the
lake region on ,1,0th sides of the border last year will be one of the most
important outcomes of the conference.
Th.. adjustment of the water and
power rights on th-e Yukon ,and other
streams thai, rise on Canadian soil and
(low through Alaska, is another subject
to  be  discussed.
The tariff on lumber and some arrangement for reciprocity between
Canada and the United States will be
touched upon.
Th,. Uoard of Tnade of Chilliwack
has arranged a prpgresive programme
for the present year and intends doing
I
al] i1  1:111   to   further  the  interest  of
the valley city.     The new officers are
as follows:      President, H. J. Barker;
vi(.. president,    W.    G.    Lillie;   secre-j
tery-treasurer, A. L. Carleton; council
board   ll. il- Gervan, J. B. Menzles, J.
H. Ashwell,  11. P. Wilson. F. W. Ren-,
worth.  S.  A.  Parsons, G. H,  W, Ash
well and M.  H. Nelems;  board of arbitration, the members of the council-
board and  S. S. Carleton. AY. P. For-,
rjs   n   H   .VlacLennan and S. A. Caw-
ley l
A, .1. Carleton, who has been elected
secretary-treasurer, Is a man well
vers.-d in the work in connection with
cards of trade, he having filled the
-vine office for the Calgary Board oi
Trade for three years.
PHILLIPS, m\S5*\
Seasonable Coats at Greatly
Reduced Prices
finest tailored shower proof coats  w,   h...'
to tempt the most shrewd   buyer.    Thes,
Our
I pi'h'''s   ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^
best make of English cravenette cloth, tailored in
fashion,    Note the three special prices below
coat
i- mom ir
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Nat,
$15.00 Showerproof Coats for $U.O0
Eighteen only of these coats,    plain lighi  and   '   ���,, grej.
black, al.-o neat check and stripe designs; cul  room; '- ^J**
well made in every way.    Sizes 1:, to 40.   It.   v , ^    ���'���
last, each    ..   .
ther
511.001
Only
$20.00 Showerproof Coats for $16.00
a limited  number at this price and the-,   ., ,'vilr
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given tbat the j
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
lias this day deposited in the Lau.l
Registry Office in tbe City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of Its
Westiuinster-Chilliwack Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through the
municipalities of Sumas aud Chilliwack and tlie town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
Pons four (U and five (5) of the said
railway as shown on the said plan
and  approved  by  the  Chief Commis-
_____________^____ U I.Hl'ei'n
These coats we have sold all Season at $20.00,   Then         .;,. ���
to choose from, light and dark grey.   fawn,   black,  also    , h-^
stripe  designs,  a  full   rang.-  of sizes.     Rjegular   price,  $_o.oo,
special price 	
anil
our
H6.I01
$26.00 Showerproof Coats for $19.00
If you want an extra special vain,- here it is, the   i  | coat iatk
house for $19.00, made by Lowndes Clothing c impar iianufacnirJ
of the famous twentieth brand.   For trualltj   and
leaders,    We are showing this line In black,          . . _.., ��� ���
light  and dark grey, also fancy check  and    tripe .   ...j
lustre linings, finest of trimmings, up to-date In ever; way.   h,,
price $26.00, our special clearing price  .   ^i
I
PHILUPS,
THL WARDROBl
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA ST. ��
" sioner of Lands  and Works for  the
Fraser River Service I Provm?e ofBrltlsh Columb,a-
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SAT
URDAY.
at 8 a.m., at following points: Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley,
Whonnock, Ruskin, Silverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui. Mission, Hatzic,
Dewdney, Nicomen isianii, Suma
Dated   this     12th   day  of  January,
1909.
A. E. DECK,
Solicitor   for  Vancouver  Power Company, Limited.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be received  ly the undersigned   up   to  Monday,    the    112nd
Inst., at ii p.m. for supply of clothing
to   the   City   Police   and   Firemen   for
and  the current  year.
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\        WATCH REPAIRS.
I Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? I
��� so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
t order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but aba KEP
1 ACCURATE TIME.
The ieweler
Illusions, inn determined to take its
place not only as thi lir.-i, but the
premier city of the lower mainland.
"God  Sav.- th,.  King
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation. Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO.. Ltd.
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
N.-w Westminster.
Specifications  can  be  seen  at   my
office.
The lowest or any  tender noi   necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
City Hall, Feb. 11. 1909.
THE OLD STORY,
in the discussion on the harbor Improvements   al   Vancouver   ive   notlci
another attempt  to annex  everything
for the Terminal city.
The  chairman   of  ilij  harbor   con-
:��� niice on Friday relerred to the pro-
possed the declaration of live national
ports for Canada,  three on  the Atlantic ami two on  the  Pacific.    We do
not  think ani   government   would  be
so blind to the interests of its elector-
lit.- as to establish artiflcally one port,
and destroy  another.     No  suggestion
was  thrown  out   which  two  ports  on j
the   Pacific   coast   were   to   expand   at
the expense  of  their neighbors.    Of
course   it   would   bt   Vancouver, and
possibly Victoria,  though  certain  real
estate   investors   would   prefer   North I
Vancouver    where   their Investments
lie  Nothing was said about Prince Rupert, or this growing port.    We. would
gladly s.-e Burrard  Inlet   improved, as]
the  benefit   of  on..-  is the   benefit   of
all.    There will bi   plenty of business
for   all coast   citi"-   when   the   other
transcontinental   railways   reach     the
Pacific,  and   when   the   western  grain
trade passes through this channel, of I
which we think  too cheerful a  view
Is taken   until   i��   can   be  shown   the i
nate   win   fairly   compete   with   Fort j
William    The whole trend of modern j
commercial poiic*.
to cr.ate an east ^	
this change  bids   fair  to upset  that]
effort, -so we ma\ look for a strenuous
struggle  before  ll  becomes  anything
mor.- than  an  experiment, slill  every
effort   must   be  Used   to  share   in   the'
iraliic   wh.n   available,
Not only on this Bide .if tho line, I
bui nearly all the ports on Pugel
Sound .are discussing harbor Improvements, and then- will be a battle
royal for th.- western grain business.
Seattle and Everett are mentioned as
CompeUtors, but what strength they i
can put out remains to be seen,
?__7^___-^_C7/-/j_--
New Shoes
New Shoes
New Shoes
: W. C. CHAMBER LIN
��� COLUMBIA   STR-tT,    NEW  WESTMINSTER
t Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch  M
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Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000,0"
RESERVE              $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada aud New <-. ...itlan 1.  and   In   L a       '���������4
New   York,  Chicago aud  Sposaue, I'.SA., and  Meil
eral Banking Business Tr ansae t-<L
.etten of Credit issued, available wltL correspondent-  in  ill uartil
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In such       11 hi.,'. uj��H
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum I
Total  Assets over $lG8,00O,0OO.t>0.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANC-t ')    n    RHYMMKH  Mull
CHOICE BEEF
S3
rj Our store is piled ceiling high with thousands of dol-
EB lars worth of New Spring Goods.   We are showing
all new ideas in
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON      Columbia!
Modern
Footwear i
____________________________________________J 04
faLTrtrade.':.'; ^| No store in the country can surpass us in the variety jj|
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specialty.
P. O. Box 474.
Tel
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Gasoline Engine)
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. EngU
fel. 113
Offic��   light ��trta
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.   C
Wi to 25 h. )!
value on the marki:
stock at
��� and i f!'c
Engines ff
of Stylish and Good-Wearing Shoes.
Choice   Hams   18c
CUR WINDOWS ARE FULL OF
SOME OF OUR LEADING LINES.
THE PRICES ARE MARKED PLAINLY ON THEM ALL. NOTE HOW
LOW THEY ARE.
gj: Central Meat Market
rJQ j Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Avende
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDv, Proor*��tof��.
ONE-LEGGED   MAN  LEAPS
TO   RESCUE OF   SAILOR
San  Francisco, Feb,    16,���Although I
William Dockrlll  ua- onl)   on.   le-;, h<^
did not hesitate to Jump into the hay
btre to rescue John Olsen, a sailor,
who  was   sinking   for   the   third  and
asl   lillie
Km- some unexplained reason the
sailor jumped Into the bay from the
Mission street dock and when Dockrlll heard him groaning, he leaped Into
tin- water alter trie drowning man,
pulled him a��orr. and revived him.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Wet tminster, B. C.
THE  LAROE8T   8HOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
AT THE
..Westminster.|
Iron   WoR��
JOHN   REID,  Prop"'""
Tenth Street,   ���   New ft*
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly  the   material you   want  for
suits made to order.    Perlecl  lit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
p. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
TAKE
The White M
and Yukon i o*
>S8, M
CONRAD,   CABCBOS
..nif'l
for     .....
WHITE HOUSI-:. DAVVSO.
hanks. Daily train. .e�� w*
carrying passengers, man,     j
treig_t connect with stagei,
cross  and   White  Hortt. ���*���
a thorough winter servlc.
For information apPja   ''     ,,,
j, H. ROOBR8, Trafflc_��lBU^
ADVERTISE
IT PAYS TO
���IN-
T  H  E       DAILY
Westminster's Home
p,|j-r, TUESD
_���
FEBRUARY 16 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE n\"i
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Special Purchase of
New Dress Tweeds
$1.00 and $1.25 All-Wool Tweeds for 65c.
'City News;
.
.een fortunate in securing at an ,-:, ������: reduction, 40
brand new season's tw��_e_s in all the latest colors. The
t 50 and 52 inches wide and Is good value .,: $1.25 per yard,
feeing suitable for women's and misses' tailored suits and dresses.
Ti���-. -j a charming range of patterns to Belecl from Regular $1.00
ami 51 -���"  \ allies for, per yard   65c
An Unique Offering, Indigo
Dye Prints at 10c Yard
..-;,-. to   prove   Interesting news I Think oi 11
Warranted  Faat  Indigo dye Print- al 10,   pei  yd   The mosl
come in navy grounds with   whiti ���-.       and  floral
esigns. There are also about 15 pli  e and medium
Vll going for. per yard	
���  <
morrow  night.  February
: :   eu ning at   the St
'
ge against Anton
Pole, will be heard in
i     ,.,,,^1  on Thursday.
'" ial  two man event for
S1"" a sid een Seattle and Van-
Howling   tournament.
From street      ��� y_ **
Tbi ..-  ��� .nlily this season of the
Navajo  clul   ...in   take    place  in  St.
.morrow evening.
���* ������  ���*a**fl*��tt����#**
When ordering oranges see that the
B *.    fe   Cai ill a  wrappers   are
them
1   crown timber agent.,
for Kamloops on an In-
sp
,,-corations aud    wedding
be ���a specialty. Ring up    Tidy.
'���'ist, 184. **
Stan, .agent for the Daniel
s R'hich plays in this city on
_1   is in the city.
the tournament at the alii       :   v     Street, Monday and  Tues-
ar pin smashers will comic iboosi  the game.       **
BUMP! ��j~H- ��rf��
Worse commotion In prices al Lee's than in Italy at the recent earthquake     Everything Bold for cash at startling!}   low prices   -See poi -
Don't you really need a dresser and  Wand.    Wi   can give  you    i,n  im-
[ men e selection from $9.50 up,
v.,! you long for a decern rocker?    We can give vou a  i-trong   i un
foi -i  !i   arm  rocker, solid oak. from $2.50 each up.
.Yake  ui.  and  come with  the  Crowe"  lo
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster,IB.C.,
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
I- ! ������
s Easy Terms
>    E,   White  is   expected  to  return
fn tn   v ictoria,    where   he has
. a couple of   days on
'    ���.:,, --
Mrs    ���     s   Keith,    who had   been
on s] e pasl threi  week- visiting
**|Rebekah   lodges  in   th,- Interior,  has
to the city, and reports the
'    . I -hing in all thi   places she
Modern 9-room house nn Third avenue, corner lot. in goo,, repair; on city
line. Price $2500, Terms $100
cash, balance on monthly payments,
Interest s per ceni      MOVE QUICK.
10c
Knock the cove. IT
C." cigars and try one.
a '"hit."
_ tiox of "B.
It will make
��� *
3500 Yards of Fine
Victoria Lawn at 9c
base of fine Shei    v.        . ;..   .     6 inches wide, suit-
eesee, waists, etc       :.*   :     u-  on    consignment   at  33 per
���-���ular  price.    To  concentrati lnteresi and to demon-
Ilty to sell at  bottom price- w.  will sell this line out at
9c per yard, or 12 ya--ds for         $1.00
Fine Hemstitched Pillow
Cases at 40c per Pair
. gain that should not be overlook! I             nen beautiful-
1 Pillow Cases, 10 and -t_ Inchi - .,-      quality
inche   long      Well wi rth 35c each Now  going for
c-.  pair       40c
An Extra Special on
72-Inch Sheeting
��� fine pure bleach, also   unbli iched    Canadian   li    hi l< ga
ofi  Bnish   i... creasing, full 72 Incl   �� d    On salt al 25c yd.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for
Ready- to - Wear
��� ���:->     King    Edward    was
up from North Vancouver yes-
morning, wh, ' ad been at
work for the   past ten    days.      This
the dredge    wid  commence
;i           -arose In County Court   working at  the mouth    of  thi   river.
Chair      -        terday.      An   order  for  caring  a   channel   between   Nos.   1
lati   in n  Edward John  Halt was  and 2.  red buoys
- anted.
All dealers hand] "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. The old reliable,
brands. ������
The  Westminster  club   will   lie   ac-
uodated  in  thi   new  Barrett and
Dean  block, to be built  on the corner
ol Columbia and Church streets.
R    ��.-   Camillia  oranges  are  the
fl . -: grown ln Calif irnia. ���*
The charge againsl  Xishiyama, the
Japanes.     restaurateur,   of   obtaining
'goods   l'.\   false  pretences,  was  beard
, in the citj  i olice coun yestei daj and
ri !i!.ind.'d till today for the court's do-
cision.
Don't mis:- the bowling tournament
at the alleys, Representative teams
from all  Sound  cities     Competitions
, continue Mo-:,;,.!,  and Tuesday,
The suit of Ernest Clarke against
John McDougall for $49.45 arising out
of some booming operations on the
Si entine river, has bi n settled, and
therefore did not come to a hearing
i y. terday before His Honor Judge
il   ��� ������'
Thi     Grand  Council ol     th(   Royal
I lars of Temperance will meet in |
ibis city nexl  week at the Oddfeuows'
hall.     Sessions will be held on Tiles
day and  Wednesday, concluding with |
���cial gatehring for the exchange of
etlngs   with   delegates       Brother
Newton R   Brown is thi   -rand coun-,
cillor.
i ear Havana cigars or exclusive,
merit���the "Brlllante," made by the'
B,  C   Cig-J"  factory.
Work has at ieiigih been commenced on the n.w Lulu island
tridge C. ll. Coleman, of the Inter-
natonal Company ol Seattle, who have
the contract for the substructure, having a gang of white men at worn. He
is buying his materia', from the local
mills.     The contractors look for their
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LO A IN
par: to be completed in five months.
Order Your
������
Bran.        Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
A.LL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED,
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia  Street.      P.   O.   Drawer  100.
Worn
en s
For first . lass cut flowers
kin I    of    Floral      work.
Davl -' Greenhouse, B208.
and   any
ti lephom
���*
A lecture will bi given m Knox
church, Sapperton. ou Thursdaj evening, commencing at S o'clock, by Rev.
Dr. McKay, of Westminster hall, Vancouver, who will deal with "An Interesting Presentation of the Present- j
daj Problem and thi Future Pros
pects of Canada.*' The ecture ls to be
given undi i* the auspices ol the Ladles'
l.  , he church.
Tne locomotives which  went down
'��� to the Kviv r -iver In the wreck of the
; i*   P, it. . v r, ss ai  Saddle Bar, near
Yale, SOUK   weeks ago. have just been
raised, and the wrecking outfit moved
j to r.eover the engines ditched in the
Three Valley? wreck previous to that
occasion.      These are lying many feet
in water.
A-k your gi,',.!' for Rose
brand of naval ovang. -
S rami','.::,
4 *
Spend   Monday  and   Tuesday   with
the   pin   smasher.-  at   the  Howling   alley.   Something doing all the tun
���' ���
MacKay s  Bookstore
C ffice and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a_id Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co.
A. McHarg, a water.vorks engineer
from Seattle, expert in hydraulic matters,   visited   Pitt   River   yesterday  to
.   , ..,-.. . 91examine a scheme   contemplated by
sold by all first-class grocers. ..j (illley   Bros,  in connection with their
] quarry at the lake to utilise the power
The fun. ral took place yesterday ,af-1 from ;l sma-- gtream with a 260-foot
t, rnoon of Mrs Catherines. Wells to b^fj Rt the hack ot the quarry for
the oddfellows cemetery, The cor-joperating a Pelton wheel laying a pipe
lege proceeded from the residence di-jIlne for a considerable distance The
reel to the cemetery, Rev. Dr. Sip- j improvement will enable more stone
prell and Rei R M. Thompson offl
elating.     The pall-bearers were C. W
Phone 97==
!_________ GROCERIES
^   per lb 18c .    Three packages Force for ....    10c
Ideal Soda Biscuit . per tin ....25c        Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can ..10c
Hunth , .\ Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 25c Milk (Canadian b and!, two toi 25c
B - v.    Oranges, per doz 25c        corn and Peas, can  10.*.
No  '  Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25        Tomatoes, two per  25.:
Tea, and coffees are a speclaltj with us;  try a package oi Rakawana
Ceylon t. . at 35c or three pound- for $1.00,    H.*-st  Mocha and   Java fresh
ground coffee, 10c per lb.: or we can give you ths besl vain,  In the city tor
r lb.
ADAMS & DEANS.
to 1)0  cut  with  greater expedition.
(inlanders. .1 Cameron, R, Atkins, W.
,,, ;,,,��� .1 b Kenm dy, and (I. Ronnie, There were a number of flonal
tributes.      D.
i ng,-incut
Murchii-   conducted  the
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
It's Important
To You
.1. Travers, of Sapperton. wishes tha
public   to   understand  that   he   Is   no
longer connected   with    the Pioneer
Meat Market, having sold the business
on January 28, ***
Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
'      for  Vancouver   and
'���,:i"'i-'   will   run  every
b��nr   from   5:60   a. ni.
';,r leaves at 11 p. ni.
i , i| ,..,,.
il 30
way
halt
Last
leaves Vancouver at
p.m,
1  leave  the   depot   every
"v    minutes    for   both  Sup-
���rinn
City Line: Cars leave tram
oliice on the hour, twenty mln-
u..���- after, and forty minutes
after, commencing al i'.:-0 a- '���'
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
ai  ten minutes after thi   hour,
minutes afti
at 6:30
half past and fifty
the hour, commencing
a.  in,
ii    line
and city limits over tin-
Sunday service half-hourly be
tween 8:30 a. in. and U. P- '"
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
]*������������������������� MMMMMW�����M��MMM '***
to have your prescription
accurately and honestly We
make a special department ol
this branch of our business, and
have adopted a system ot checking so that no mistakes can
creep in. You may feel sure
that you have the right thing
when dispensed at our store.
We pay the highest wages In
order to secure the Lest help.
Every department of our business is up to date. Hlg store,
fresh stock, anil we Claim our
average prices are tho lowest.
We fill prescriptions for people
too poor to nay FREE,
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Among the representatives from
Westminster South African Veteran's
Association at tha funeral of Sidney
Harrison,   the   South   African   veteran
wan was  killed by cross wires at   the
British Columbia subatatlon on wvst
minster avenue, Vancouver, last week,
were     i >t way   .1   Wlkle    and   Edward
iu,ult v\ Sayce, formerly of Strath-
cona'i Horse, also v. ent over. The
ailed | funeral took place yesterday, many
veterans and members of fraternal societies attending.
I
I
Save tonight for the Dramatic Recital In Princess Hall Sapperton, Miss
Mitchell makes her first appearance
before a Sapperton audience, and Mr.
Williams,   the   town's   popular   basso,
will give two numbers,    Programme
at 8:30 sharp General admission, 2ii
cuts     Read th.   programme   elsewhere,
A pleasant time was spent .by the
member. Ol Queen's avenue church
Epworth league yesterday evening, the
social taking the form of a valentine
party. Included among those who
contributed to the enjoyment of the
evening were Theodore Lennie, vocal
solo: Mrs. George Stagg, recitation:
Mrs. Frank Pearson vocal nolo; Miss
Diamond, recitation; Mrs. Kelly, vocal
solo; Miss Bc-nnett, vocal solo. Refreshments were served at the close.
I
Live Stock Insurance
Have you aver though) of ths hundred and one ohancea of i" ���
Ing viur line horses and otherllvs itock by accident, flre or disease?
I represent a reliable Canadian company, which will insure your
Panlmall  against  death  from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary inspection required and no red tape about applications.   Enquire tor particulars.
If >ou have never lost an anlinal now Is the time lo Insure n"*
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; the Insurance com-
pany la better aide to stand the loss than you.
If you have lost one or mine animals then let me have your ap
plication now to protect you from future losses.
MORAL���Do not wait till tin- liorsn Ig stolen before shutting
the  stable door.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
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the d.\ily news.
TUESDAY rEBRUA,.
A   CANADIAN  gjjjjk
^jr   pacific ^jr
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train lo:
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
uain for all points East at 3.20 p.m :
train  for  Agasslz at 5.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points
Reservations made for first class
Eleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre |WoiMD Wiil Me m
of five Thousand Miles
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
FIRE THREATENS
BLOCK   IN   EDMONTON
High Class Moving   Pictures,   lllus- j
trated Songs.   Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matine.    for    Ladles   and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
(Continued from Page Thr.
said that I intend to walk through this
district; but that, of course, will not
be in its literal sense possible as a
Large port ion ot the journey will have
to be  made  by   water.    Po
r  instance,
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
E&. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C B. FOSTER,
Asist. Ueul. Pass.  Vgt.. Vancouver.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Edmonton, Alta., Feb. 10.���-Fire
broke out in the Exchange Man,
Queen avenue, early this morning, and
burned for two hours, threatening the
destruction of an entire block of
frame buildings. Fortunately there
was no wind and tile nreiiieh ***erc
able to subdue the flames.
The buildings burned were: Exchange Mart, loss $10,000, insurance
$3000; Powell & Watt, loss $1000; McCartney Bros, harness shop, loss $3000,
$2000. Several smaller frame buildings were also burned.
: Granite ware :
.lust arrived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in and inspect our stock;  no trouble to show  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
* �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
after Paving the neighborhood of the
Zambesi river, In Rhodesa, we shall
have to go by boat down Lake Tanganyika. From the end of that lake
We shall gradually make our way on
foot until w*e come lo the lower end
of the Nile  river. j GUESTS  IN  A  PANIO
Would Hunt Wtih Roosevelt. DURING HOTEL FIRE
1   am   anxious to  meet     President 	
Roosevelt under th�� peculiar circum- Daytona, Fla., Feb. 15.���The Hotel
stances that Will attend us. I hope' Clarendon at Sea BreeaA, one of the
to obtain from liim liis own lmpres- largest resort hotels on the East
sion of the country, and I shall im-! coast, together Wlith. ten cottages ad-
prove my opport unities by joiijjng Inj Joining the nouse, was destroyed by
fire today    The *_15 guests who were
���f NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITH. COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
p. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
B IN SOUTH BEND
HARDMAN & CO.
* _____-__-__- Sole Agents ���
X Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster %
��� A.   HARDMAN. A.  JAMES. J.  McCLUGAN. %
* 4' plenty of amusement   to be obtained
�������������������������������������������������������������������������+-.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� j fi-nm such  an  adventure, and. in  ad
some   of   his   hunting   expeditions  if
he will allow me,
"After we have reached the upper
Nile om* difficulties will practically be
ov.r al there are pi, my of boats to
take us to Khartum. At the latter
place I hope to meet. Mrs. ltooseveu.
Reason for the Trip.
"M,m> of my friends have asked nie
why I ani undertaking such a journey,
Well, in the tirst placi���it may sound
frivolous as a reason- -.1 wish to accomplish sni-li a trip for tb.- purpose
of diverting society women from their pparks ,aan
useless way of spending their lives, i J same time
move ln what may be called 'high society' in England and l find much of
the life i,.,i is perfectly purposeless
and vapid. I hope by .such a trip a<
iliis to stimulate interest in travel and
adventure, to show women that there
., i . etter tilings than I ridge aud house
parties. If 1 go through ihis country
safely, ii will be, as it were, an opening wedge; .md 1 have no doubt that
in a few years time society women will
��|take tip thi- class of work.    There Is
asleep at Uiv. lime the flre broke out
escaped -wuuuot injury. Many of
them "Were panic-stricken, and the
clerk could do nothing with them. One
woman bit the clerk badly on the
hand.
Winn the blaze was first discovered
the night clerk rushed the hotel employees to each room notifying guests,
who made their way hurriedly to the
streets.
The ten cottages caught from the
all   were  burning  at   the
"The Mflwaukee"
K-gulaiiuns.
I    Any available DomlniM.
iln the railway bell   ,-  ��� , anJ��%
, Ida, may be home./,.   ,* u;;-"-> 0%
'who is the Bo)>v^dby*-��*W*j
i ^ Bead o ;��� ��������-, ^
,any male .ver is v, ���--   '     '���������
������* ***�������;:��
'acres, m-,_e or 1��_��. ''��
[  EnKyy must be uu0
It*, local land office for tt.nil
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ft-ji,!
-The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.   Paul  to   which the laud Is Bituatt*,
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to proxy may, however, be mai. ���
Chicago,    "South    West    UCnlted" tain conditions by the father monl
Kansas City to Chicago. I son, daughter, brother _r sister Jl
intending homesteader ' '
No  tr&ma  in   the  .mice   on    any      The homesteader is wo-���
railroad  in   the   world that   equal   in Iorm th_  cmmw? ^ - K>��|
equipment   thut   of  the  Chicago,  Mil- ���i,h    ���-�����.   ���.. "I
waukee &  St.  Paul Railway.      They
own  and operate  their own  sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
their  patrons  an  excellence    of
0ne   ot the   touo
give
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
134 Third St.. cor. Alder. Portland, Or
with    under
plans:
(1)    At least	
upon and eultlvatli a of tl   >.. I
"    M.J   nl
each year for thre   years.
(2)    If t'ae fathv
father ls deceased!
(or n.cy.:.,- yj
IU.  -m.
You Will Make
i
ED. HAGEN ACCEPTS
DR.   ROLLER'S OFFEr?
tnd, in
��� Iditlon to this, there is the great gain
to th.- empire of opening up the dis-
Seattle, Feb. 15.���Ed, Hagen, the
local policeman who is after the pugilistic scalp Of Dr. B. F. Roller, las;
night declared himself readj to acc-p:
Dr. Roller's offer, whii h ls that if
I lag. n can stand up six rounds with
the physician the policeman gets $27.0.
put up by one of Roller's friends "1
will take up the offer and meel Roller
just as soon :|s a time and placi can
be arranged," said Hagen,
steader resides upon a hra i, ,���i
vicinity of the laud enure. ^J
requirements as to residence mn
B-lisfled by such pei on res M15M
the father or mother
,    (3)    It the settler has h 1 pt   ���
a big mistake if you do not come to ent residence upon [arming udj
our store when you want furniture for L^ by him In the vii :. v   ��� t_j te
any room In your house, whether it be|Btead, the requirements'   a
dence may be aatl ������ . ,;j,
ujion the said land.
Six months' notli ���   :. v    .�����jj
be given to the Cora oil
inion Lands at Ottawa   [    mm
or little,
a little
Big
Nu matter if vein ha\ e onl
Money
apply for patent.
COAU���Coal mlnln
leased for a period of twei -vd-ii
j at an aunua) rental    '      ��� .-|
, Not    more   than 251
j l-iised to one iud.. mjmM
A rovalty at the rat,. - ' :.,.  ntjji
���on  shall be collecte I   a   ���:��� r|
New and Second-Hand Store      ,rital,�� coal "    '
w,"    .1
Deputy of tlie Minis       '     in
you can make It go farther if you com
here than if you go anywhere elsi
Whatever \..ii want In any line com
' ������ first.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
i rict."
Miss Mansfield is a fine horsewoman To   Resume  Traffic,
and   an  enthusiastic   follower  of   the Willemstadt,    Curacao,    Feb     16.���
hounds.   She is also a good "all round" Venezuela has revoked the decree pn
athlete; know- how to fence, box and hibitlng the traffic of small v...--sei- be-
play tennis. tween Curacao and Venezuela
When you want any kind of repair
Ing  don..   Buch  as   gun.--,   umbrellas,!��� H E
typewriters or any light automatic ma
ch n-ry, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man on  the Wheel."
HOME        ? '.Pli
Is   the   Paper   T ��|
the      li'
The     Daily    New.
10c
ii
The
Roast Beef of Old England'
>
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold by
The Reichenbach Company. Ltd
has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. :.>un.in
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PAGE EIG"T
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY F_BRUARY 1fi
���������������������^���������^ww^^ Tournament Draws
5C
Crowd ta Alleys
^Continued from, p_-ve gfle,
Such a reduction in prices ^
for first-class groceries was |
never before given to the cit- ���
izens of New Westminster. ���
The prices given below are |
exceptional ones, and the t
goods���for quality -are un- ���
surpassed. Give us a trial. ���
These prices are strictly cash
prices.
will be  toasted
} United Suites will  be-  toasted     The
t Seattle   Bowling Tournament associa-
��� tion wlll be the toast of the evening,
4 and the objects of the Seattle Con-
t gresa iu May will then be -explained.
t The Vancouver Rowling club and the
��� Belllngham  Howling nub are also to
call.      Our   telephone   9W     ]Kmw,,lL       Following   ;ire   the
paid   for   all   coal   oil   cans   In
good   condition.    Phone-   us   and
We   will
number  is
XI suits of yesterday's games:
23
We  have just received another car- ���
load of Raymond Hour.   This flour Is ���     4        j Q    \
equal to any other Hour ou the markel   ���   _r\llCl*Cl SOU     OC   J
���i.Jay and we guarantee it at fi.65 per T
O'Dohhe
Davis   .
J | Diana
J j Morris
��� I Jonliin.-
i
4
4
4
4
4
Seattle vs. Vancouver.
SEATTLE.
1.      2. 3. Total
 177    105 164 536
 1G7    160 211 538
 163    160 189 512
 153    1S9 150 -192
...   .186    ISI 162 528
VANCOUVER
1      2.
3.
vn-k   and  $6.2-5   per  barrel.     Straight ������
grade Hungarian flour   $1.25   a sack.li
This flour   is    in f.-rcat    demand    for
bread or jiastry.
Tbe  best   B. ('-    granulateii     sugar   �������������������������������
Lusby
i    Columbia Street
��� l Squill 155 183 ITI
11 Campbell l.S ISI 156
��� Steers .201 190 159
��� ' Scott    141 150 172
i lodge
.177    180    190
�����������>������
2608
Total
509
505i
550
4.31
547:
2574 ���
Twenty pound sacks B. C.    sugar,
**1.15 per siaek.
rea in three pound t.ur. Ceylon ua-1
tlve wood  boxes  for $1.00.
;:mpire Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria Cross tea 40c per lb.
Coffee of the very finest V��icha. and
Java ground -or unground, 25c peril).
Two quart bottle of the very ftnesi
i kles only 2."e per bottle
���Throe bottles of pickles io.- 80c
Mlalta (.'eni 5c z   package,  or  eight
-. ckages tat 25c.
F*ivc tins Balmoa for 2ec
-'artiines  10c  per  tin.
Finnan Haddie Tie per lb.
- i.-'ii |   r tin 10c
Peas  p'T tin  1*C,
Three  tins of pork o��d  beaocia  for
25c,
rwo Hi. tin marmalade 25c pei tin-
i:i.cbi. bars of    the   finest     U undiy
��� ap  for  25c.
light bars ol t-ollel  j lap foi  25c.
Three packages of poultry  Ri-od  for
Three packages of laundry    standi
for -.r.i\
Three packages of oorn starch    for]
The Walsh Sask
and WhoY Co.
D��0_$, Windows  Turning,  and Bai>4;
i
lsefwing.
V.H.. nia'ri.  a specialty df
.- teamed 'and kiln dried.
doors,
W. E. Walsh        W. 1. Walsh, jr.
F��<Stcry:   End of ?>'������?_ Avenue.
F'hone 413. New  Westminster.
Majority for Seattle, 34 pins,
Two Men Teams.
O'Donneil  and Davis  vr. Scott  and
Sharpies,     Won by former by 67 pins.
1.      2.      3.    Total
O'DonneU    205   1S2   203     590
Davis a..- 165    16P    175      509
Told)    ��� 1099
1,     2.     ::.    Total
Scott    201   ;166    193      560'
Sharpies 109     149    154       1-2 (
Fair Piano Players
"Total
.1032!
Hodge and
Steers vs
Campbi il 'unl
South.      \>
on by
former bj
IIS
pin-.
1.
..
3.
Total!
Steers   . . .
.194
171
207
572
Hodge  . . .
_38
160
191
ISM
Total
1.
2.
1
.1061
Total
Campbell.
���     a .
.108
181
l ��6
485
South  ...
.     ..���-.
.148
159
ir-i
158
Total.
.. .943
O'bo inn
11
and
Davis
vs.
Sen
1     ill!  1
Sharpies,
$2
���".  a
side.
W
on   by the
; former by
15
'��� &
as.
1.
.213
i
1 O'Donneil
148
iTu
531
; Dftvis   . . .
.192
190
213
59o
Two large tins of St Charles evapor-
ited cream 2-".c.
rwo lbs. of very nice lemon biscuits
������    _">���'.
Three lbs. niolhiss, s snap* V'".  -3* ���
Making powder, White Stat, 20c.
Blue
er tin.
���who are really fair in the]  r judgment:
and    criticisms    bestow    t he   ItlgWst
praise upon om- pianos on atfflounfol
their excellent  tone  and touch     We
ore sjewinc some splendid H-Wi  instru
': 111- Ills *!,y    n���    -.i.e,    ..-,,,.,   g.        A|    .t-De
prices we ask hhese ar.- verRamir- .,.���,,
Ribbon  and  Maple   Leaf,  2te  gains.   If you isiil do us the faror to
, call you win And tliat you hive- really
favored   yourself.    We  make   a    i>'-
��� eii-ilty  of i> pairing  and  tuninv-;.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Total   ....     . .11J6
i.     2      3,    Total.
| Scott 17s    ion    isi    522
Sharpies  162    169    139    170
'I'm a!      ..     !i;i_
Westminster vs.  Vancouver Fashion
Plates,     Wen   ,y the latter by 77 pin
>. 1-..^....., a_d.a-.Bjj
1.      2       ::.    Total
Silver  ....       . ,138    169    J:;:;        110
Johndro 115    139    116     120
Murchle   191    189    179     559
DEWING  MACHINES AND  TALKIIM't,
MACHINES.
H. Tod-Ts Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Latham
Willette
.119    182    136     437
ill    152    164      160
Ladies' and Children's
Furs
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the be��t quality,
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Et.t>o_ Slock, New Wettn,otter.
AT
Total    2316
FASHION   PLATES
I. 2. 3. Total.
[Hockley    12:: 177 164 164
.alberts 182 15s 129 169
Frosl    159 188 138 185
BoBton   ....    , .187 164 158 509
Harvey   Itil 140 Hi2 166
Total    2393
Single Man Event. $25 a Side.
South    (Vancouver)     vs.    Jenkins
(Seal le),     South led in first, Jenkln
in second, and Smith getting ahead in
the third Jenkins abandoned  play In
Sonth's   favor
"Jack the Ripper" at Berlin.
Berlin, Feb, 15    The mysterious attack    upon  women on  the streets of
this city, recalling tlie notorious "Rip
per"   1 a.-es   of     oilier      cites,   ciillllllie.
Ive women of the working class wer.
wounded In the city and the suburbs I
yesterday, while this morning the
wife oi ,1. merchant was wounded by
an unknown assailant. .Voue of the
women w- re seriously hart,
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>{
���
Half Price. !_ This Means Money
...to You...
Al    RI��T*"I~I *   We can now offer you )>u)'s in New Westminster,
��� -����� t>����^ ��� ^^i ��� t   Vancouver, Chilliwack and suburban acreage that
���THE   WHITE   HOUSE''
2 75 Columbia Street
are sure and quick money-makers.
���      THINGS  ARE  HAPPENING.   SO   If   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
QUICKLY,
���
j
t Hinwti F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ""mini \
X New Westminster, B. C, \
��� ���������������������������������������������^��������������������������������������_4.��f##4#4^<ttt^ttttf*
Some Early Arrivals in
Dress
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������** *
Special lines of extra value are now on display in the
Dress Goods section. We mention here a few fabrics
which are proving most popular. Ask to see them
at 45c per yard. Navy and Cardinal All-Wool
Serge, 40 inches wide, good weight and fast colors
M_-_-_-��__W_--M----M-----M_______��__--������^���**���-^���'^*������*^���~"
Suiting Panama 90c per Yard
Panamas of every description hold first place among
the Spring fabrics. Lines now showing are of medium weight, fine hard lustrous finish, all wool. Cinnamon Brown, Golden Brown, light and dark Navy,
dark Cardinal- Black and Cream, 46 inches wide.   Per
yard, 90 c.
50-Inch Panama 95c per Yard.
Brown and Navy only in this special line. It is of medium weight mA durable finish, being closely and
firmly woven.    A most desirable fabric for Jumper
Suits and new style Skirts.
I���������������������       i      ii  ���  ���     **���   ii    -T*sssmsm>msssss^ssssM^mss��ss*ss*ssssmms^sss^^ '" '" "^
Black Chiffon Taffetas $1.00 per Yard.
A silk that 'does not cut- is exceptionally soft and|
bright in finiish. When we mention the fact that this
line is of ""BonnettV well-known make you may rest1
assured that it is of superior quality, especially adaptable for Waists and Trimmings.
A Splendid New Showing
of Household Draperies
New colored Madras Muslins in 50 and 54-inch widths,
dark colors, showing up to great advantage the new
cathedral-designs. Per yard, 50c to $1.10
Cream and white Madras Muslins in all widths, from
24 to GO inches, small and large designs, with or without   frilled  edge.    A large range to choose from
All prices, 20c to  75c per yard.
Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots now in stock.
Widths raege from 27 to 50 inches.    Per yard, 1 Oc
to 30c.
Cream and White Scrims, in fancy stripes, per yard,
1 Oc to 30c.
A Large Selection of Fancy
and Plain Net Door Panels
Arab and White Net, with patterns worked out in designs ^suitable for long or short glass doors, also frilled
Swiss'net panels with rings all ready for hanging-
Ask to see the new range.
W. S. Collister & Co.
  THE-STORE [FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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