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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
V01
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
., Mii ���!. NUMBER ::
PKBRVARY 9, 1909.
felON IN AUTUMN
POSSIBLE THIS YEAR
v-jhvav Legislation May
Compel Appeal to Country
Before Long.
��
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
PIONEER CAKIBOO MINER
TOURS WITH ROAR PETITION
COUNCIL DECIDES TO RETAIN
In    spite    rn'   the
McBrlde  to    quiet
|V.   i ral, r��  '���    ���
.    ,,;   Pn mi''!'
.. generally believe 1 here
,. ,   forward to
.    ..ii-n
,,ii ue\i autumn, with rail-
Ion, followi 1 bj  an appeal
,       ,,n    ;.    new     rallwa)
.nun ni and   opposi-
now   spi .ik   -!'  the  full
inml  fact,   altiiough
,   d mi Saturday    thai
,,     uoh ini' in m    the
.via liis i olleagues, ll.-
n   : waa Impo   i i ���
,. , ca : ��� > eni - so fai
Wsnts   Wagon    Road    from    Hope    to
Otter   Flat���Council   Endorses
His Application.
��� S���E/ABE     HALIBUT FISHERMEN
ENGAGER/. SAWMILLS
���i
.
ihe fall - 'S.lon i.s
"railways"    and
In iii.   ma tei   i
, led that if the gov-
��� im,. a f.iii ly goo :
Canadian North-
in oposi,ion will
McBi i le admin  '
... li  the ��� \'"i
...   thus bi ii'-in-
���; 'ii in Hi.- im.  ran i
' um. in ai
n al    l he ���   mai
i        iii to confirm
I fl om  a   lie a-nre |
,.   Grand  Trunk
li will ��� o   ' Ij  reach the
little likeli
egislatlon of an
lion.
da fair i.. ' e a
en
Si ,' ral    of   the
nmi in   .iiii.-- wHi
(in.- rn' the in ist Interesting pioni ei*s
of the Caribop country, Robi n Stevenson, from  the Slmllkameen,    who   Is
hale and  harty at the age of 7". an 1'
has been  al   work  In ibis countrj  tor'
half a century this May, , am    ovi i
in the city yesterdaj  to Inten   i    thej
city council In a  petition  whii ii    ha ���:
been signed bj  manj  public bodies In i
favor or a 54-mile wagon road    from j
Hope id Otter Flat.
Mr. St, yen on g n - to \'ii toria   ai
an early date to presenl   his  iietitlon
in ihe  provincial  executiv.,  and  li is
the support of a number of rep   -������ir.i-
tlve authorltii     and public men.    II
waited mi the council lasi evvnin
��� ���. ired ih" . mliiiv.iiIon of his pi
which would open a nn  on road f di i
this city to ot;..r.  139 mill     | slant,
! le was  '���'   li "I, - il  by many of    the
pion. ers  In Uie clubs  and 11
Letter From A. J.  Hill Clears Superintendent of Works
Furness    Indigent Hindu Patients Worry Royal
Columbian Hospital Management ��� Site
for Elevator Suggested.
Australian   Mail  Line Bo.-.ts Chartered
by   Frase,-   River Mills  to   Load
During Next Five Months.
ALLEGE INHUMANITY
The  i-liy   council bad another   longi having to wait on iheui, and
discussion lasi evening on the constitution 0*1 ii, committee Investigating the Coquitlam lake dam, a motion
to i,l,av,- the members of the commit
tee ap| o nl . h council on Fe I
i'. lug withdrawn afti r a long discussion. '1 lie ma ; i ,i ed the ques
tion of Hindus ai ihe Royal Columbian
hospital,  urging   isolation     from     the
An     inipoi i;,nt     ami. , .:     is
made of the pi ndin ; ve. of five  Vus
tralinn  lim rs  to  the  pori   fo
fri in  ihe Pros r  Rlvi r mil i   ���   ���   Syd
ll, ...  \, w   Sou h  Wai, s,
Tli,   \, ��� si I -   have    bei n
through i In- frank \\e- tlngh.
Americans Say English Of-
ticers Drove Them to Sea
During- Storms.
ivell
l.-l     1
a  ������ ��� ..  was    carried    that      b<   ' ;";,?;" '"" rianK w��s��ngn,-.u ���  com-
bo    :     inagers  ol    the    hospital  P&ny, ot Seat tie, agents of the  Vndrew
Bhoi   ' In  a_ked io furnish a stateni ui   Weir lines,     i'v boats, which will ar-
���f ib* numb, i' of Hindus, the amount   rive betw.
Of  mon. ..   expended,  an i    the    sam ���
forwarde I to th    i lorn ulon
govi   ..���    1,1.
'i'li" - : g, stlon v\a- al;.. ii! id    that
i 111"   li ::    i     should   be   call. .1   Upi .:      i
oo ite to   th. Ir      i.
1 lv  |
i*. like patients.
Interviewed Engineer.
'iii,   chairman of the water commit-
City   Engineer.
.... !    ���
city   . ���    .       . .;.   ..ii     ;i      i, ;
i :   ' V ill .:       ..     ll ��� ���      I
unl  has many stories to  tell  ol    the    ���       >       Vdams, staled that a confer-   ,. .-.111.11
I ue   , ... ,. i     \     1.    I 1,11.      1 .
I
1...  ineni
u M in ii and Jul-,
known.
'1 hi inn. ,..
-i" '���   '���.  Aj in :���:,���  and   Bov< ric,
1 if about -I160 tons gross 1 ��� gia
l"i'.  nu :���;    .     .      170  feet   In   50 fe. ;   li\
coin   V
1 2n  1   il   and  Clyd     ullt, In   I IDS,  1905
106 n       ,    .���        rh . ���ships
-i - Ido and Ci ntur;  ol almo
Seattle, Feb, S. -Cap!. E. K,
Crockett, of the steamship Grant,
owned bj th San Juan Fishing com
iviii-.. on liis last m.i to the li. K3.
halibut fishing grounds, was, he declares, forced to sei k shelter In But
ler's CO! e
ape ii .un a snowstorm
��� ��� nslons, will take up the otln -   wo   ; on  he
and tempest   ��hi, ii  threatened  to en-
gull    111-   V, -
:!" alb g. -. ua, he was tn-di re 1 to
Pin   i'1   si a   the    minute    the   storm
tted, though the weather waa
threatening, nn 1 [old thai If he came
back without 1 olng thirty miles out
of his course   0 register at a British
would
, ."-ly mining rush.
li,;,,   that he would live lonj
to do much more useful work
LITTLE BOY DROWNED
IN DITIill AT OLIVERS
-1'   ' We '       :"   enci       ' I     11 held thai  da
ihe com ��� . m  which were   pal 1.
���      11   '      Henle.,  an.I Aid. t>ray, ������'*������     "     '
A.  Lee, J. S    ll. ,    in,  T. J ipp and
of a  pi ���    ��� 1        ma 1
I.   A   Lewis, with  Assistant   Manager] wa
, F. It. Glovi    . nd 1:   1:   Binchley, con-  ,.,,,;,, ,        : ,      cousid
suiting    engineer,     representing     the] An Explanation.
Vancouvei  Power company. Mr. Blnch-
��� .-.    1 hes. learners an
1 1 id       ,        .md
111 fitted wl
iiii-i'orn appliun ii   iid h ind-
lined   ?|lll).
imi.
.
A    v   J    Hill   v.
lej  had explained thi   -   ins to the sat- p,  , eference I
Inquest wui Be Heid on Body of Vic- j isfaction of all  present, though  they read at th,  las   me
tun.   Three-year-old   Frank  Sum :   no1   wisu   ;t'  I1 |l;s '"'   "i>;ni"n   till   the   pleasui     10,lay
mers��� Parents Americans.
Rn   engineer   had   reported,     He   par-
. ticulai l>   lii      ed  there  had   be. n  no
. friction.
Frank    Summers,    ., old Re-markable   Suggestion.
boy, was accidently drowned j Aid. C  rrett  made a long smtemeni
a, ernoon  In a ditch al  Olivers,   East   on   liis   position,   and    declared    thai
Di -.'   The li   li  'v.'.--   vi plaj    while he was In favor ol a committee
iii!1.  in  the viclnltj   of the ditch  and  from the clti.ens, chosen by the coun-
was not  niis-fii  for some litl e  Umi   cl]   to cooperate  with  the oiler six.
ai 1  r hi     inus
Uu
When picked     ��� , ii would be better if the commit
ih,, Housi   adjourn- j the 1 hli i ba i b en dead   onii  ml
An  Inqm -i   will li.- held  I j   pr. II
McEwen     ol      Cloverdale,    following
a    1 on fen nc
witii  Aid.; nn n   Hen:- j     nd    Jardin . I
and Mr. Furness ou the ct ol
citj hip and  my    ! iter   ol
I remonstrance  to the council     I   ..as
v ������ prised and  gi ai lied i*i learn
thai Mr Fm lies 1 had noil g u do
with the 1 uttlng down of In ills
rend   ��� 1   0  th      1 -
. .. ai.'.l   Ilini    : ���   111    : 1
No   sooner   bad   Captain   Croi
iken    the   Gi ani    outside    than   the
" .a  broke forth  with  renewed  fury
an 1  Ii    w.1 ��� foi,    i    ,1  1.111 tor li   to a.i
u  v   ti on   the  north   en I
11 m i.i ml, -     re he remalued
for two daj
l. .mu.'    nu Itej Gram
"   hei   i . brougb the dan
gi 1,ui - anj unmappi d wati rs to
"'ii'.-li lie In,! been forced to run b-
i mi of the unheard-of and ftra 1 1
nllng of the Brltl h offlk*ers," sal I
Capfain Crocketi yesterdaj , "The
ship struck an uncharted rock, which.
jii.nl lhe blow been a fool or two
higher up, would have ripped the hull
,'!' i lie i',i an: op. n and sunk her.
\. 11 wa- 1; ������,, .r her propel. '
loi ng io .1. 11. Ton.1. of ' Colum ,1.1,1, ; were broken off short and we
ha   ,treei   music store,  a   young   man   were fore .1 to II up our way back to
ALLEGED EMBEZZLER IS
HEED AT POLICE LOCKUP
una. r
the    iv
"I have bu i ' Employee  of  J.   H.   Todd  Accused     of
Misappropriating  Monies Belonging to the  Firm,
,   ill
,1 wiiii embezzling nioul
.11,1      :,,||,     11 nil",i   Martin   Is   held     by     the     Cltj
police  pending  further  developments.
nn amount | fallen Int
,   more of them  ��   - ��   'neb      ,.-��� p
'VOU.
ihe -
n  1-
��� eleci. d
should ��� 1
peace and
1.   the  previous    meeting
;. In the Interests ol
larmony.    II      was    glad
ict, which will be
to    . II the iirinters are
n lime,    This i- noi
. i| m ��� nme quari 1 rs,
. moi j measure bill
1   the irrigation
I like '��� ivi- before
" prest     have   become
have    -i,iiu'i' il      nl   as he was I Ud tin  ci Izens' committee Ixu&i   '   naturallj   entertained   thai   a-**   rhe union nt ,,1 inonej  which Martin la
water, which wa could  noi  work  with the other mem-|a'l *e l,a>' sheets on which my ni ,   .,  . 1 ,,, -,ave upproprlan 1    - not
��� ' ''i'i1 ared were vis. , .      ..   |>nouu   ll9  \ir Todd'
����������� had follow   ! ii.      , 11    hll,    (,, 1   ,        ......    ,h.��� ,;,.i(,
course     Mr   Furness I.  therefore not   ,mii,��� (,     A charge of disposing ot a I
respou what -..'iiie-i to be un jnun,_er of gruniaphone records, sheets- ]
attempt on his pan to cast unwar j0| ,���u.,|,., , ,,.. j. ;,iMl t0 i���. preferred
ranted reflection on Mr. Brie a.ndLgalnst Martin The trading of 1
myi   If."    ib.   letter wai   received nnd  SeW-n��� machiue tor a ton ol potnto.
which the body wlll be shipped a
to Washington for burial, the pa ���
01  the victim of tli" accident  having
1, ,���. ii; 1 y  . uii" !��� "in that  ftate
th.ii* tirst meeting had l>vn marked
by harmony, but took objection to the
Insinuations made agaln.ii him and
others on account of the action taken j &cci pted
���
.��� li   '
MIXED MARRIAGE SAVER
BY POLICE VIGILANCE
inn bill iiinii  ma;
.. ti Ions bill for
. ,   ton   hado" 1 .1
"ii. .1111 win be pushed
ini"      Moses   H.    Cot*
\" Ungllsh    actuary,
. >rnmi nt In the
lions, arrived In Vic-
ii.. did 1 onalderahle
lion      while     bere
n working on It
thnt   ihe tables
i '   lh ���   lllli     Wlll      li"
111 |ii, 111   ,,| iime
biH affei In .  Prince Rupert   will
down     This  will  be
I' t th   aci of last year,
he um ��� for making
In  I and   ill     other
' ly vn vi-   changes   In
1 'Hi the Grand Trunk
���' have b.. n    agreed    to
.md  which now  rs
' Hon of th,. llon��e.
iCOMPEL CAPTAINS
REARLV FOR SAILORS
F* Sound Gets   Bad   Name Because
,J Hold"H   Practices   of   Board-
'n-J   House   Keepers.
San   Francisco  Girl  Beloved  by  Celes
tial   Held to Be  Deported���Bridegroom   Fails to  Turn  Up.
the previous  week.
Aid. Smith secondi d from similar
n .sons, and Aid. day observed if
thej could nn; work together, ihe committee could meet In different parts,
thej unit hold t.i their decision, and
make the best of it.
Improper  Procedure.
Aid, Johnston declared It would he
an Improper procedure for the council to discharge from their inquiry
citizens who had been asked to act,
and h" suggi   ti 'I leuvlug the matter as
Grant's  Corner.
ul  Ladner Is another Incid. 111  In    the
i.lSi'.
Martin wa   for ��everal month 1 nlghi
clerk ai  ou,- of ibe cltj  boti 1     iav-
with    high
II"     i-     a
Another atli mpl  to 1 arrj through a
mixed marriage was fi nstrated bj  the|
1 Rj  polli.   "ii  Saturduj
named Morris was arresi
to be deported as -,i/ American 1
1    Chinese would-be    bridegroom,  polnl th
Lee Barker, had obtained a marriage     Aid.    Vdam
.  l0  null, b used about I self becaus
The!could no    e pi   �����' ���" '���''" 1:IM ""'''���
wll( Aid. Jardine  agreed  with   ''no    lasi
stetl. and held j speaker, but still believed It  waa   iu
.|Z, ,1 ' the jurisdiction ol thi counci
Mill   ll""'
had
and
ollce
I       ||,,W
,  ;,meat"  ai   Victoria,  and ci
' the . Itj   ;o -' cure n    nilnlsloi
girl  halls  from  San Francisco,
gave  an   assume.I   name,    The
go! wind of the affair, and sh
awaiting the pleasure of the Canadl
Immigration authorltii
to th" boundary,
Tb.. bridegroom bus failed to pul
an appearance, or
the woman,
i'h
to up-
names.
also    had    hard
he
'I be in...', or 1. poi I ,1 thai the wai den
of ih" pi ni'i ntlarj    1.1.    c     Brow n 1
would recommend the gifi of a mall ling come to Westminster
atrip of land at Grant's corner, and references from Chicago,
would be glad of a letter    troni    the married man
council for the ministry of Justice al i 	
Ottawa.     A   letter will   be  s. nt,   and \
share   1 the cenieni sidewalk pri] ���'MKIKIIul  HAI ItKo  __Nll
lo  be  constructed  from  Leopold  [dare
to ih" "tui of iii--   penitentiary
perty  fronting  ;he  asylum and   penl
tentinry property.   Tho cost is naliir.ll
ly  large, $.1 ) for the    asylum    Improvement, and $8900 tor    the    penl
tentlarj*, this latter sum Including the]
1
OUT APPEAL FOR FDNDS
$70,000  Weekly   Required to   Pay   Benefits to 20.000 Idle Workers and
Carry on the Fight.
:o ron.
lh . moi Ion  was
;, 1  ),  was decided
council ' mimlttec
the,
Li 11     w i lidrawn,
to appoint   iln'
1 \!d"' m, n  Adams,
,��� ,   i;..iS   ,,���!  lletilevl  and one each from
,,(),,     ectiona 10 attend  1 tie   re-
proceedings    In Vietoria    on
te any claim on , Wednesday.
Hindus   in  the   Hospital.
mayor Introduced the question
Q)  ,,,,,. ,,i   Hindus,  mentioning  thai
were admtlted  to  Royal
'  '.    v .
v<""" ll'r.'a- ;,  reBult Of til
illor boarding  housei
1       "    Pori    I'lwnsend.   a,
'"!; '" ''""���"" Pander, of ib
J��plter,  which
���0r Valpnrai ���.
���P ''"".     lll.le.
m
Pugi 1 Sound la
iinuUR   sea   viPr
lla
ailed iioiii this
le declares that
bi    " very for-
'11 pay from $80
ls ''"iii|i"i|,,i
|0fo' '""ii man
If8"" l''""""-   -    .I,,- boarding
,   '    '  ""'"'"  snllors  in  desert
,,, . i       ''"   Ptptnlng ar,.  then
1  '"ni1   tor new men,
or
WHIRLED  TO  DEATH
IN   PONDEROUS   WHEEL     evetltj-nve
Columbian hospital last year, ten
Goldfleld, Nev., Feb. 8.���Held In the
clutch of a fly wheel at ihe pumping tion
Plant -if the Tonopah & Goldfleld rail-   ten **       ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^
road ,ui Klondike Wells, .1. T  IA.*ta. al     ^       He belleved th��� DolD.
whirled to his death ^
provision of a retaining wall and cul
vert over Glenbrook.
Elevators Projected.
Aid, Henlej Introduced ihe que Uonl
of drawing the attention of elevator
builders to the opportunities of ,;i"i
district, and In course ol dlscu Ion
Uie maj or nti i thai an effoi t was
bi Ing made 1 . eoun the old fruit
eannerj fo 11 ��� li , ator Ite, so the
council di elded before renew Ing the
|. a ii to mi ��� ' n I'otiiuii:tee oi the
cannei y ow n. 1 : Mean�� hile li |a . x-
pi ei, d lomethlng definite will br>
know 11 about the elevator
The   Old Cannery.
A. II.  McNeill, on ' ehall of thi   v..
Now    Vol k.   Heb.
can.'' on their strike
ton of America havi
peal for funds.
perl
"Up   lo   Inn    .   v o   ll    w as    tb,'
, ;   "in of  Vuierican flshtng vesai I
th.    suormj    winter months    to  pul
Intu   British   w atei s   for    belter  an I
-ai,-!j.   aii'i   !��� -.ii.nii   thi 1"  all   nlghi.
1 ,.i.'in-; i.m b again   1. thi    ...'.   tuai 1
Ing.     1 hi-  custom   lasted   for
and waa r. c iguli   1 as fair and lu a.
cord   w Ith   Ihe  fri ndlj   r dntlou -  b
tween   the   1 nit. d   si.n. g   and   Gr.
Britain,
1 nd.'i- what is termed a law of tin
province   uf   British   Columbia,   as   I
understand It, lb <  iiiiiish officers 01
th    armed cutter  Kestrel are able 10
drive us on: into the terrible bll-tards
thai   rage un Queen Charlotte Sound
ami   Hecate   Strait,   unless  we   make
the dang, rous  1 an  to Prlnc 1  Rupe
customs   house,     Nothing   could    be
mor,.  im onsldi rate of  th"  rights   of
\inerieaiis or more Ci uel In It - po
illltles  of  destruction   <>f  ships   an I
drowning of men than ihi   new rulln
or the British."
Captain  Croi keW   i^pok.   with .no
nerve, bul 1 \ id ntlj  with deep fei
ll,. is one of the best known marlnei -
of the North PaclBc    HI   1 xperlences
have 1 11 duplicated by tha master.
of other ��ti am fl ihlng vess lesop.. ���
rn' oilier ���!��� am fishing vessels op. rat
in. In ih" North Pacific
Social  Evening.
A bocIuI evening was spent
v   &  1:.  Rallwaj  tx-  Navigation  com
tw-lvi In advanced stageB of-conaump-jpany  ,.U(| he wouI(J |Ki. 1() .,���.,,,,.������
I,V0 of whom had died.   Already\.mm  ,]lo    ..,���,,������,,, ,    ,,���,    (it>
had been admitted In >"'"l'i uho,i,., t|���,v had .,���., objeotlon to Hi,.
company demolishing the old cannarj
j      III    01 ,|.-i     to
the   I'lnad   alll-
s,-li|   out   ,ni   .'Hill is , -limaunl thai il
i Will require $70,00(18 week to paj all       \  spclul evening was  ipenl at  th<
the mrike benefits to the 20,  hai    1 sidence of T,  Drlscoll, First    treet,
ters who ai" on strke, la 1   nab:   ;:  number of    Vancoui ���
The Btrlke situation  was ill cu sed  friends being pri tent,    Those who coi
yesterdaj al the meeting of the Cnn-  trihuted to th.   galetj  of tha evenln
tral Federated union IWre nnd a com   Including W, McKay, Mr, and Mra  -t
I miii.0   which   was  unpointed   to  nsk   Rodger*   Mrs   Morrison, Mr, McG-ulre,
I'the cltj   .mi.unities  10 sec that   the Ln   of   Vancouver;   Bid   Croll,   wim
! union label was in all police helmets obliged with ,1   word dance and High-
reported   1 tiii   Police   Comml(tnj]on-eij. land    fling;    9    M-tthew.,   Highland
Bingham bad acted favorably on the dances;   W. Sayce
son an   and  C   O.
the engineer wa
being beaten against the cement Boo
wiih each revolution of   the   whei
Nearly   ev.ry   bone   111 his  body
broken.    It  was some tini" before
plight of the unfortunate man ��
covered    and    the    pond.ran
slopped.
ih"
illloll   g(
come 10 their aid.
wh<
pie
to
one   Ol
Chinese  to Open  School.
San Prancisoo, Feb. 8.-A school for
Chinese subjects, organized and "i;1"'
Imperial
led
mined   al   tin
of Hi.
expense
Chinese government, win be di fll
with befitting ceremonies In <]u   " !
tomorrow.   This is the Ural In
of the kind ln the city, although   "^
liar schools  have  been   provided
Sac.;ainoinn.   LOa   AngeleS.   Vtn
Chicago   iinl New  Vorl
���
ills worship   re*
l(.:1, ,| w ihe dirty habits Of tb,- peo-
.,11,1 -aid when their friends came
,,   the  Hindu patients  it   required
wo nurses tn    winch    them,
0W|Dg  in the  foods  brought  in.      I"
(,,,,, ft hard to ask whiir- girls in attend the Hindus, and bo believed thej
should follow  the Vancouver exnmpl"
(lf an  isolated building, and  a Hindu
-nrse to took after his countryiiicn.
Suggest Help from Government.
\l,l   Gray     said     the    government
should   he  called  to  look     after    the
biiiidiiifi on lota 1.. I- and 45, leased
in them, The rallwaj companj ron
Rider this old building a nuisance and
a*dangerous flre trap Reretred to
the finance and flre comwUtet. to aol
Mlacellanea,
Olllej lun-! wrote wltli rofi n mv to
ihe city's builne 1 tor crushed  rock
asking   to  know   whai   WOUld     be    i-e
qulred, 10 that thfy ntlghl bt la    ��
position   to  supply  all  mmileipalm.
They  slated  ihev OOntl mpbieil    lar) 1
improvements.    Tim    letter   was    re,
rn*re,| tn the council in committee 10
report.
The medico! officer of health's  ra
request
Dunn, Irish  Jtgster
All-American Team May
Meet Westminster at Fair
Hindu immigrant*'.   He would be wl,h |10r, sMoweil |wn ensps of typhoid from
ing to subscribe   to  send    a  carload  nprPmhoI.( 1908    ,,,, dghl new eases,
|lrtwn to Ottawa.  ,;        '   ��� ���	
Aid. f!arrett.oli.1erted to white girls (Continue,i "ii Page Two.)
\   11   na , president oi   tii,.   si
I'aai i.a.-ios.,. club, the playing mem
hi of whii h lire known as
Mohawk-, has forwarded a letter to
C A. Welsh, manager ol the Westmin
si.v lacrosse team, with reference to
tin- playing��ot a series of games In
Seattle during the A.-Y.V. expoaitlon
ibis 81111111111. such an attraction having beon under consideration by the
managemenl of the big lair.
in' ih.. ojiinlon of iln- St, l'ani manager thin city could bring out 1
itrona leniu   much stronger than that
which wag dei'i ul. ,1 lij the Westmin
ia 1 ���. a a a number of out-
-iii,. in- n could be drafted In to bolstep
up the weak spots, An All-Amerlc*
t, am la wljai bafoa ha. in mind, and
he believes thai mob a combination
could tneei ih" Westminsters on fairly
equal terms,
The monej required to di traj
expense* of the ts/Un on Un journey
to Seattle would be collected ai
tli��� im Im men of the Saintly City,
n number of whom have already ,-t-
ni'.SHeil their willingness to contribute
to a fund for ih'** purpose.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.   FEB.
1909
TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders are invited until .Monday,
ihe lath Inst, for a brick block to be
ejected on Columbia street, New Westminster. Plans and specifications may
be seen at the offiee of ihe Dominion
Trust block, New Westminster, or al
Parr & Fee's office. 570 Granville
itreet, Vancouver. Lowest or any
ender not ni cessarlly accepted.
Council Determines to
Retain Committee
n
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found |
I for Sale ���:- To Rent -:- Etc. |
���IV*,. V-,--'..*-..-  ..     ������ ���*���    ���*.,���*.."*���      *.-*" .* a.-'.."..*-..*���;,-'..-.-*���
WANTED���to purchase a good house
l'or cash from owner. State full
particulars of house and were situated. Address, T.S., Care of L. W.
Henderson, City.
(Continued from Page One. i
one uf w Inch was  [l'Oni  tj |
aud dli d and  ulni   i ecovered,
Seven fires wi ri al tended .,.. thi
rigadi   during Jauuarj.
Aid. Adams mentioned that Parmi-
ter iV: Richardson wished to acquire
the swing .-;ian of the Lulu island
bridge for a bridge ti*om Lulu island
to tho Ana.i. . ��� land, for which thej
I seek a grant from the government, i li,. letter was laid on the table
for future conslderal ion.
Trouble Over  Minutes.
�� MADE \n CANADA
Aw*~S
Thursday, Feb. 11
' ''���'���   COULD YOU  SPEND A MILLION  IN
A YEAR ?
The   Cohan   &   Harris   Comedians Present Frederick Thompson's Massive Stupendous Production.
The  Supreme   New  York,  London   and'
Chicago Comedy  Success.
BREWSTER'S MILLIONS;
A dramatization of Wincheli Smith!
and Byron Ongley of George Barr Mc-
Cutcheon's famous novel.
With all its wealth of scenic effects;
lhe minute:   came In for discussion,
as Citj   Clerk  Duncan had omitted    a exactly as witnessed an entire year in
h-   of the amendments with reference' ork and Chicago, showing    thi
to the additions made to the Coquit- wonderful realistic yacht scene.
lain dam committee at the last meet-      Brightest, wittiest, smartest comedy
  Ing, and Aid. Johnston moved their In-of recent years.   Teeming -with origin-
WANTED���A    married    man    want-   s, ition.    The  irouble  arose  from  the alitv, sparkling with satire,
work; used to all kinds; wants con-  resolutions  not  having   been   put    In!
������ant employment, Apply Royal Pa   writing, and ii was  lecided toad    the
clftc Realty. aniendn    its    to   tin   minute a    ,-, hlch
 ��� ~~i | wer        a ,. lopted,
'OR SALE -Six lots, 60x120 each, cor-1     l'he  Vancouver &   Lulu  l !
ner Richmond and  Eighth avenue;   rvay, '  i ed       ih   C. P. ll. wrote ask-ij,
$u;o each; cash.    A. L. Bryant, 152-1 a, through thi    pur- -j
Charles 3treet,  Vancouver. chasm nt,  W. It.  Brougham,   ^an-'?
coin cr,   .,  : .,ii  a line on irti   nth j
ind (J     'lis a--' nn"   iv ia    | ui
poi ! of switching op    il   ", ���   .'. il h the j v
H. C, i-e R. ��� a ihe Kburne b anch;        i T
'i li" communication was referi d to ] .{.
the board of works to report. i ���{���
The report of .1. A. Cai uk    n tile  4��
. Glen brld ommi ud. ,1 an i xpi ndl-  *f
, ture ol $1250 on repairs, a   against a ; JL
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
0pERA HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Feb. lL-Br-W-ter- Millions.
Feb. IT.-.H'b" B; re
peb.  23.   Daniel  Sully.
Feb. 27���The Burgomaster.
March   1.-   Kerry   Gow.
March 3.* Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24.   Harry Beresford,
,\;,rii 2.    Marrying  Mary.
Apri] 7,    Blanch Walsh.
\     : 28.���The Glngerbred Man.
june in.   Nat Goodwin,
Ord
keeping
TelepKone 1G4
Thomas Peters
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SPICES
E. W. GIl.LF.TT CO.. LTD.
Toronto. Out.
OF ALL KINDS AT
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
1WNER wlll exi         i Ave acr
at   Bon  Ai    rd  tor city  lot,
Whai
offers.    Addrea .  Box  537,  ('
ty.
Splendid  Cast  Headed by
ROBERT   OBER.
'l'-r I',1"M"I"I"M' ,I,-,,I"I"I"I"I'*>I'*I��
U.. a part  (30 acres) of the nor
quarter of section  10,  town
Now Westminster district,
J
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���
RYALL'S
Whereas proof of the I ���
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57
TO   LET - Five   roi m   cottagi,    nice
garden.   One block from car,  R '
$lj.   Also six room house just  off
Sixth Street; rent $15. White, Shiles
& Co.    260 Columbia Street.
-THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED
licate of title number 1150 I''., ; *
In the name of James Long   ' ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���^������������������������������������������������U4^
Hied in this office.
Notice  Is hereby given  thai   I   -'"' :
in ih..- expiration of one month from
he date of the first publication hi    oi
in a dallj  n iwspaper pub ished In the |
City of  New   Westminster,    issue
duplicate of the said certificate, unlet
������     i    li D
be
new  bridge   for  $1!	
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-, r  . ir   \P"er
q\\ works
.VAN 1'i.D -Man and wlf(
house  with other tenant,
tlculara address P. O. Box I
TO RENT���One large furnished   bed
room, near library, suitable tor two
Also two small ones. Kent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
A   in tuber  of
The
CCCUpy"\improvements   were    suggested.
'�� 'ti. r was referred to tli     b iard    of
to report.
A street   light  was aski 1     y    residents fm  Regina street   between  Sec-
f
1
*a*
*
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Dr.
Jon.-s, Royal avenue.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOTJ OVER
"THE NORTHWESTtRN LINE"
Bight Trains Every Hay in the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Pad
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
rHE       NORTH-WESTERaN,       LTD
T
referred to the light committee to re- .j.
port. �����
Th,- i chool estlm^ti s iv n b ��� taken T
up  v, It*   tli     board    on 1     la;      The l ^,
Sap]   rton   chool        h .   I ; 0(*n
selected.
OUTWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson _ Morrison
\t
!��� , in the meantime valid
V : made to ni" in writing.
J C. S. KEITH
T District Registrar of Tit'."--.
^      Land Registry Office, N'ew Westmin-
T ater, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $127.
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open
$6.00.
T     Silver Watch"?, gen's'   open
J  $7.50 up.
B. C. Mills, Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  P.iper.
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
4*       Agent     to
*H*vvv-$*4- 4-4--fn-^v^"!"!-!*  watches.
Watch repairing a
ace
case,
Waltham    and    E'.gin
i
MAKE  YOUR   APPEAL to the  public1
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  P.iper.
clalty.
CRAKE
7~u>o   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,  Grocer
NOTICE.
A Good Thing te Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
Embodies the newest and esl Ideas
��r COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. Il li l. bti 1 wl h both
dectriclty ami gas; the most brl
y Illuminated train in the world. The
iquipment conal I i rlvate eon
*nent cars, standard  10 section  Bli
rs, luxurious ..lining car, reclining
chair cars (8< '��� free), modern day
soachea and buffet li' rary and kicking cars.
For Time  Tab! -   Folders, or any
*' irther Informatii ��� call on or wrlt��
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining In favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritions of beverages.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Scattl
Wa-li.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Suits made to order. Perfect tit
guaranteed. Prices rea onal Cloth
of  the  best quality.
Begfcie Street.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
HENRY'S
PNurseries
Office.  Gres-hcuses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010  Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver,
Acclimatized Tested Stock,
SEEDS for the v ring   trade
trom the bi Bt grow i    In   Eng
a |, Fran.',',   Holland,   United
Stati . and i a torn Canada   as
,v- I] a    those which can be BUC-
uUy grown 'a D, C,
Extra choice i t ot ti ult trei a
in i  amall  fi il -.    trli tly home
grown nnd our own propagation
from bearing atoclt
Ornam -n' .' In ll leading
varieties suitable toi plantln |
in n. C. All ,!i" '��� ��� il make of
il ray pumps,
Fertilizers. Bee Supplies,
Bpraylng Materials, Cul Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
Young People,    Attention !
You  can  receive   instruction lu night classes at
Columbian College
in ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL, LAW, PENMANSHIP.
All  "r any  part of the above Tuesday and   Thursday  evenings
tr in 7 to 9.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
Notice is hereby given that the part-
[nership heretofore subsisting between
j roseph -Mayers and Neville Rogi
Pi ��ton carrying on business as coal
merchants aud general towing busi-
at the City of New Westminster,
iu the Province of Liritish Columbia,
ai. Ier ihe firm name of Mayers anil
Preston has been dissolved by mutual
consent as of the first day of Fi b-
ruary 1909, The business heretofore
carried on by the said firm of Mayers
and Proton will now be carried on
by the said Joseph Mayer.- and all
debts owing to the said partnership
are to be paid at once to the said
Joseph Mayers of New Westminster
aforesaid and all claims against the
said partnership are to be presented
to the said Joseph Mayers by whom
Jf.! the same will he settled.
Dated  bl  New  Westminst-r, R.   C.
this 1st day of February. A. T)., 1909.
NEVILLE R PRESTON-
JOSEPH   MAYERS
M Witness;   C. W. D. CLARK.
T
5
Manuracturers and Dealers in   All KmJs ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
JFish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and D
raining,
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^ 12.
New Wegtmin6ter
P*O4C-*C*C*0*CO4C*��-*C*C*C*0 -���040*0*C*0*:*0��0*'> 4- ��'<
Accounts of Organizations
Church Societies, Fraternal Organizations,  c i !|
and Bu Ine a Associations wlll rind   it  convenient and                  I
have surplus funds in a Savings  Account,  subjeel I                      ' i|
two  or more  officers.
We make a specialty of this cl.is.-  of business
CONSULT  WITH   US TODAY   and   we  will
full  details explaining our system.
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C. F. B. LYLE, Manage'. j|
0*0*0^*C*C*C<*04C*C*C*C��0 O* .*0*C*04C*C<_*-K��0*0��0��0��:|
NOTICE.
- . la**'
Ua
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon 8treet
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   per  day  up.
Room  and  board  $2.50  per  day up.
r-ooni  with   bath  $-.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
Tak-- notlci   that 1, C. W. Preston.
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, intend to
yiapply -o the Honorable Chief Ommis-
sioner of Lands and   Works    toi     a
twentj one year grazing lease on   the
���W j following described  land:    Comm qc-I
i Ing al a po    on the east   shoi     of
! Zayas  1-: in I,  Port   3 mpson dli trli t,
���'        .i mile south of the mouth   of
Lake creek, thence west across   the
Island to the shore, thence following
'���"��� ������    northerly,    ea terly    nnd
to iin. point 11   commence-
mem
Zayas    island,    Pori
simp ,     ig at a post at
he southi ,oi corm i   ol  No.  l lease,
thence we ��� across the Island to   the
-- ,.!sh01''" lll":1'"   following    the    shore
.��� lid - rooms, with hot and cold U0utherlj
. un heat, long distance tele-
'llns meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.'
��� tsterlj      and     north, -ly
around to the point of commencement.
''   W, PRESTO.*.
Jan. L"\  19 :���
1
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at  hum.
M. J. HENRY     J %
TO  OPERATE  a moving picture  machlni
i    ,- to rent or buy a movl        v   ,  machine.
' "      '-" big money al entertainments and amusements.
. obtain position; which pa; ,��:-r, per week,
to .- come a finl b .1 ,,
Wi  give instruction   that e and Interesting.
We have the newest d  thod        ttChlng by mall.
1 you on reci  pl oi    I ...    instructions.
' '' "1" ,:'"""  -   '  '" , laminations.
".���it ih" leadln ��� fl] i , . hange.
,        to    liiilependint    rheatrlcal Exchange,    400-J01-40:.
ling,  S.-attle.  Wa h.,
I Warden School of Operators
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
Eturne,   [\. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial     $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
McQuarriefc Co.FL00R ASD FEED MBRCllANIg_
FRONT  STREET t  .��   Westminster. TelephonsM-
a*
tbi l%4wKTi:mm.'J'isk*.-r
A Little Good ft-
makes a b g, hot I
of poor coal id
at ail.    it 1. ���' "Hon.   il '
our  coal, bee '    i;
goon farthest, mak
'leaves v.ry little nsli
no more per ton
grades.    We  dellvi
part of the city,
always.    Telephon
tn us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Trade Marks
DtsioNa
AnYMin ����ni1ln�� n nlmirh tnd d*_a1i__n��__i
s^S^&&^sy^^
Scientific Rmnm.
Ah.nd��'m��lT UlUtnit-d im, Z    i':.".*,
culnllun it^rnij lOleiillflg | ,,,,,'a   '*
I _n_.la. *.'.!.. i. mu., |��,-!,,..,, ,,.,.'
xll oew.viuit.en.
'I .-,:,��  t'il
-At bi
MUNN&Co.5"''"'"^' ; ,,'Ynrk
Bnuit. Offioo. ft', K BU, -,;���..,,., ._, '*  ��� V'
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS.
Builderi of MisHion Purniture
Mantles, etc,
Work*: Cor. Eleventh St. ,-d Car Lme
Phont 473.
BNQUIRE FOR
ramily RateS|
at thi:
Royal City Laundr)
Royal Aveiue and BiacK'
t St"*1
*-4*
,, i i 7.EW
-_,     -ES.   9.   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
.  ��..;.;    V   . l-.lV
, A..ENTINE
POST  CARDS
: nental and Comic,
U Morey's
Dili Mm STORE
.UMBIA   STREET.
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts."
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M
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tseat  ��� ��� ��������������� '3-'"
���..k j council to open &   road    from   Van
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Vancouver   Power   Co.. Ltd.
Notice ol Applies! cn for Further Cer
: ' i:.:?   oi   A p p re . _ .
	
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'QOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
VST CARDS
. i
YV   ON   SALE  AT
MORE' S   STATIONERV   STORE
G    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
(ACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
Tf-c f/t f  ' Columbia  Street.
Westminster
ransfer Co.
18b.       Barn   'Phone  137
Ct um.ia   Street
|J.--  - to
: *.ie city.
ight and Heavy Hauling
OFF.C- ��� 1 pAM   DEPOT.
NoLic* given
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... pli   .".   .   .. ..        ... ..
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the ni lid 24th
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of approvi e Included in tb.    :.
certlfical f its I nher
under...
structi ition of i
double
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tion   Of   tl ....:���.
where i line to
New  Wi -      : ran ..
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at  or :.��� ���       ....
Coquitl .i   the   ���    ���    .
track.- .
the pas t cars, ti an -
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nd i
a
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all
pon
fei j       .:���-.._���
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. v r power ol
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motivi ������ - thi i ii.
lei
plica t
usual owei
and  effectually  carrv  out
.
"The Milwaukee''
Limited,"    St.   PaLl1  i0
Chicago,    SI    ���   _ ne."   Omn*"     t,:>
South     W��M     - --**��"
C    cago.
x service on    an
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From  John   Mason  n '   March 6
:        WATCH REPAIRS.       ��� I
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Advertising and Circulation
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for the Longlnes an,i Hamilton Watch Movements.
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LAND  ACT.
.ew Westminster Land District.
D strict  of   Sayward.
I. C   W.  Preston,
j Ion   i.ii'iiiei'.  In-
���   mis Ion to   pur-
>:Ibed luud.-:
o i   planted  on
nor'ii outh Twin Island,
f the shore    easterly,
northerly   and
point of   commence-1
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tore or less,
W   PRESTON,
JatedF, 1909
P-UNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
|WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
��� of the right of *-!
Iltl A'rl   ���    r i niiiioii to a
l'J ��� , e   ,,  way of ap- j
vi' ��� and must he'
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ition is viii.,1 to Bub- |
;iUl- ; a 5 ol the Volunteer:
:-:' ��� i . .'i.v'n i,.ovules that
the right of a vol-
I1"' appointment of a Bub- j
<��� " pted or recognized <
'   "'  srtment    of  the   Iaterior
'�� not executed and dated after
date of the warrant for the land
lnt the Minlater of Miiitin
r      ,,|1,r In favor of the volunteer.
'��� W. GREENWAY,
'   ' missloner of Dominion
l.andH,' Ottawa.   I
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
*!_ANTIC STEAMSHIPS
IjJen ending lor friends In ihe old
tickets   nt    this
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l��y.
money an I prevent
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16    Call tor
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JAMMED
The Evely-Ford Company's sale of the Gordon
stock opened with a bang
WHAT GREAT CROWDS THE OPENING DAYS
WITNESSED!
This is the greatest Bargain Sale and the
greatest Price Sla lighter
that New Westminster has ever witnessed. This sale is not the cut and dried affair that
people are tired of, but a real, live, tangible thing that speaks for itself, because it has life,
because it touches our everyday needs in a live spot~-the family purse. If we were printing a paper we would get out an extra about the sensational prices we are selling the Gordon stock at for there is no reserve. Every article in the stock is reduced. WE MUST
RAISE $1 0,000.00 IN OUR FIFTEEN-DAY LIMIT. Whatever your needs may be
in Dry Goods, Millinery, Furs and Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments, come here for them
NOW.   Remember, it's the Evely-Ford i! e_ Company at
Gordon's Dry Goods Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ED  OOULET,
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDJ
THE DAILY NEWS
Fublisbed by the Daily
Ushiug   Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner of   Bixth   and   Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
it is safe to s.iy that the modern com-
   ptetenl  engineer can  build a dam    as
News Pub-   |l["'    a-:iill>:  going out, as can    the
um -1
the
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C.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
1909.
TUESDAY,   FEB
THE YEAR OF JUEILEE.
shipbuilder a battleship proof a
sinking at her launch.
With    an    achievement     like
\     iuam dam in  i xlstenc ', who
deny i his V
Undoubti illy in stating that  l    am
;    ' I" I  got   the    1 iwlan'lers"    a
in hang  their bats on    und   ex-
. 01,   "Ah !   i!   wouldn't   effect  you."
I um perhaps brutally and selfishly
candid however, when I  say that, to
  my mind, it mosl certainly would, in
The year 1909 is one which deserves   thai  p  would obliterate    all improve-
lal uotlci   from New Westminster nients, roads, stores, etc., and pul ,i)ie
citizens as the jubilee of the beginning'neighborhood back  many many yean
of civic history, though it was not tiii  with  a  consequent   decrease    in    the
the following y.ar that municipal gov-   ral v of land.
ernment was organized. It also coin- But apart from personal results,
cldes wiih the commencement of two wli* should the man- De hampered In
of the I)10Sl influential denominations their Improvements and progress,
v Ming oui on their good work in this  con  arts and convenience, Cor the few,
I'acilic province, the Presbyterian and  for thai after all is what  it amounts
-  (0
"GET THE  HABIT"
Children's
Toy Carts
rODAY'S  SPECIAL,
25cand 35c
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
EACH.
With the dam In pl ice, the re sult-
ani i xpansiou of tbi Power 11 upany
,'. I| ... nun h mor. f ir r. aching than
jusi aro ind ihe i'i" Meadows and ihe
.'. on .:..,,. In i und ��� ii lem - i
n il     and    til. ind wil]       i -  t. i.i
.-.:iy  nothing of tein-fit.3  furthc
Mi thodist, and the arrival of the Royal
Engineers to keep orfler In the new
colony uoiig the gold seekers,
While we admire the energy of the
men who wish to mark the epoch w,
i v : not lose sight Ol the pros. nt.
especially as the comp lition is very
��� ��� ���. re in this wi item province, and
��� could be no etti r way of marking the event than by n forward movement which would di dsh the year
foi many perio Is lo come. The deepening of the ri>. r channel and the Im
pi ivement of shipping will of Itself
��� the yen a notable one, bul the
ctlzens must not rest conlenl with the
advantage which Is as much the herl-j    Just as
���age of the past a- the I  ipi   ol the rut-   f,       ,,,.,- on a ,-iv r, ?o modern inno
| vat ion overcomes <-'!  time prejudices
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
NOTE���Our specials  for the day advertised  ONLY.    Regular prices  next
day.
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION.
Notice la hereby given that the partner-hip heretofore    existing    between
us, the undersigned Harriet G. Moore
i. i..,1111.1    Lucy il, Ca*mpbell,   trading   as
afieldl Moore &  Campbell,  milliners, In  the
in .\v>v Westniinst r an-1 Vancouver.    I city of New Westminster, province of
. .,i  after all, for those  who    con- British Columbia,  has been dissolved
' r the ns lives ��� ndangered there    is  by mutual consent as of the 1st day of
an ��� isy  remedy; sell out;   without    a   February,  1909.    The business hereto-
do    i   there   are   lots   of    progressive j fore carried ou by the said Moore &
tieopli in vn 1 v. ii ll i il,i; al **, ho H vlld
gii,. thi in a fair value f r th ir
threatened lands.
a freshel    <���;. ars   away
W. S. NORTHCOT JOHNSON.
Coquitlam, B. ('.. Pi b. S, 1909.
Grappas Mad  Dog to
idhtcagtA,   Feb. A
log    be
1>\ iliis we infer that it is time fori
*
thi citizens to make up and try to recover some of the opportunities which
have been lost, it is uot as if this was
a small ralway centre created at thej
bidding of a railway company and
dependent upon it for Intercourse with
the wider world, but here are Industrial sites which should be of the
greatest vain.- for manufactories, a
lendld waterway, and thi centre of
the best agricultural country    m    the
���,i!-ovinee.    Why .-.hould I  I n.-c.-s.- ary!    	
to Import  so much o�� our food  supplies, butter, fruit and meat from the Type Machine Merger.
east?    Fruit growers complained at a      London. Feb."7.���The scheme for the  ���
meeting not long since In this city that absorption  of the Canadian Linotype -r h
1 bi:  could not get boxi      suita le for
���'��� Ing  in anything    like    suffii i. nl
���  lantitles and right here nri     lumber
longing to Win. Carter lasi night weni
mad and attacked one of hi- children.
Carter grappled with the animal,
seized it by the thn uul '. ��� d it to
the floor. One of the family tele-
i honed I hi police, who ihol the dog
whii.- Carte i* .-till hei I   in,
Campbell will now be carried on by
the said Harriet G. Moore, and all
debts owing to the said partnership
a are to be paid to the said Harriet G.
Mi ore, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said Harriet G. Moore by whom the
-nun- will be settled.
Dated this 3rd day of February, A.D,
1    .      Jew Westminster, B. C.
HARRIET G. MOORE.
LUCY H. CAMPBELL.
Witn -.-:    B. Blair.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Westminster, 8 C
Tenders  for  Shops   East   of  Winnipeg.
S ,aled ten lers addn ssed to the anil, i- ;_n, ,|, an I marked on I lie envelop.
"Tender for Shops," will be received
at the office of The Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway al Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon, of the 10th
d.'iy ol March, 1909, for the construction vnl erection complete, In aci i
ance with the plans and specifications
of the Commissioners of shops east
of Wlnnipi %
Plans,    th tails    and    spi ciflcation
maj I een al the office of Mr. Hugh
D. Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa,
One. and Mr. S. R, Poulln, district
engineer, Winnipeg. Man.
Persons tendering are no Ifli d that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied bj
th.. Commissioners, which maj bi
had vi application to Mr. Hugh D- '
Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont
Each tender   must   be signi I    and
sealed by all the parties to the tendi i
and witnessed, and be accompanl
an accepted  cheque    on    a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the order of the Commissi!
of  the  Transcontinental  Rallwaj   f��i
the Mini of one hundred thoi
lars iJlOO.niiii).
Tli,- cheque deposited by tha   pai
whose tender is act, pled   ..   I   h   deposited  to the oredil   of th   Itei
General of Canada as securitj  for the
due and faithful performance of   the
contract     according     to erms.
Chequi s deposited by    partie     w iosi
tenders are rejected will i-
! within ten  days  after th al   -
I the contract.
The right is reserved io rejec     i
or all tenders
By order.
P. !���:. RYAN,
Sec if' '.:.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 30th January, 1909
Newspapers inserting thi- advertisement without authority from the Com
mlssloners wlll not be paid tor li
| Economical Savings in Trunks and I
Traveling Bags
\Ve can save you money if you want to buy a hum; or .
���.e |,av,   p,   [tively the largest  und best a sorted si
mins        I prices to suit every purs
n   \vv.
V
iron o
for ��� ���
Extra Good Value tor $3.50
ar,. showing this line In 28 inch size, round and !1
canvas covering, double clasp   on    lock
Q
rain
$3,50
30 and 32-inch Round and Flat- Top Trunk
These are well made, heavy tin covering iln-on
snaps on the corners;   iray and good sized hat
finished as a $5.50 trunk;  special value for ...
S$4
36-inch Round Top Only $5
Extra heavy tin cover with Btrong oak  binding
such a largo Size.    Think of it. a 1!G inch trunk l
36-inch Steamer Trunks From $3 to $12
Bras, trimmings, good strong   strap  supports;   just
travelling;   with and  without tray;  a large range  ...
32-inch Flat-Top Trunks $8
All brass trimming.-, extra strongly built with strap
rial va'ii ��� at   	
V
$3.00 to $12.co
Ion
ing.
34 and 36-inch Flat-Top Trunks for $13
rhese extra well made trunks  will  stand  the
; journey;  brass trimmings, don'.'.     trap    u ipi   I
finished with leather strapping;  well worth the moi
���
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211   COLUMBIA  ST.
Electric Railway Service
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mills and a box factory.
What is wrong s\ Ith 1 hi local b i1 ter
thai the groc i find '! ni ces ar*
to carry Irapoi ted m ki -. \. hen i tere
are creame -if i in ��� ation and
-..ringing up all through tho Fraser
Valley? Eveu Ihe supply of eggs Is In
���ufficient lu the d( velopmi ni of the
Valley, and  lhe    bi ttermeni    of    the
��� ins oi transport al ion lii the future
��� : the market, one ol Westminster's
best assets. Thei e i w Id. spread dis-
atiefaction In the countrj districts
with the transportation afforded to
' 'ii- city, and nn Inciea ilng d. ire to
-���'noose Vancouver fi shipping. In the
interests of the merchants themselves
the trade of th. Valley must be saved
to Westminster. While external pub-
tj will do ivi. h to prove the atl rac-
"ion of our barbor to the railway officials and others looking for terminal
and factory sites we bellevi the merchants themselvi must give attention
". this matter of rail and boai connections with the city, to see that the
produce i, carled to, and not through
this city.
We could raise no better memorli
to thi   fo indl r I Ol our city than by de-
iplng the city bj a broad i ommon
,   policy and active enei   ���.    anc
i      conduci of i'.- affairs along    thi
lines of social reform.
companj   by  tin      I    genth Ier   corn-
pan;   I as  ri "'i\. d i i ��� a -''!,���  i r    I .V
requisite  pi i , ortion, viz.. ''��� per ci n!
of the holders
E HOME PAPE
Is   the  Paper  That  Prints  All
Home     News.
The      Daily     News
lftc  a   Week.
TEAMS  WANTED.
Two teams with teamster?  to haul
ties at B. C. E. Railway camp'at Fori
Langley; 20,000 ties; extreme haul on
and three-quarter miles.
Enquire
F. N. SINCLAIR,
Old Guichon Block.
Interurban  Line.
Cms   for   Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Lasi
car li I.-'.- at 11 p. in.
Las; car leaves Vancouver at
i 1:30 p.m.
Cars   li a\ ������   the   depoi    ��� \ i
tj    minuti a   for both Sap
nd city limits ovi i
city   line.
City Line: Ca
office on thi b 11
utes   after,   and   I
aft.-r. c..nun. ncing l
Sapperton   Line:
ai   ten   minud
half past an   fll
the,  hour, com
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Sunday  servicf
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British Columbia i^icctric Ry. Co.,LtJ
Bank of [Vlontreal
ESTABLISHED  1S17.
CAPITAL $14,4CO,000.00
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
iranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  Loml ... ^:|f'"
.'...�����   York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.   *   ���
erul Banking  Business Transact>d.
etters of Credit Issued, available wi ti. correspondents ln all imrii ol ��|
World.
Savlngi  Bank   Department.     Depo-lts  received In sums of II ����� ������'��� ii��irl,l
and Interest allowed at 3 per Cent, p, r annum lv i   '���
Total   ��.r,��ets over  tl68,000,0OO.t)j).
NSW  WESTM1NSTKR BRANl H U. D. BRTMNEK, *����*%
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
(Correspondence
Phone 102
K-.��.E.\THY & ANDERSON
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Tb ��� Daily News la not responstbli
the oplnloi s of h   - in -  pond' nts.)
THE  COQUITLAM   DAM.
Editor Dally News.
Sir,    l  noi lei   In   ���        Issin   of the
5th  Ini;. n letter from  Mr. Austin re
be propo ed dam at Coquitlam  lake
which h", in c inj      tl in  with othi rs,
L  ve .   much i ;al . I
It is tar fn n   n     In i i, :mi    n taki
, cudgi Is on I If of the Vancouver
Power companj, bin I think It only
right a tow word, lioul I ' ��� sulci on
th,- opposite si ie of i In   ('in - tion,
To gtari with, Mr, Austin, though
lie picl .ires the n i ' .1 results v> hlcli
would nndoubtedlj occur should the
proposed dam "go out," - ij i not a
word or the great benefits which
would accrue to the neighborhood of
th.- junction and elsewhere In the
event of it lu coming a "fait accompli"; remaining good and staying In,
v.iiich. after all is what n  would   be
built  for.
Without touching figures and facts
acKay's Bookstore
51 THE CROSS SHOE is undoubtedly the best shoe ^PfldfJC IM M-lM
92 that money can buy.   They are perfect fitters.   We rtv -
M have many of the New Spring Styles���Patent Colt,
jj| Vici Kid, Gun Metals and all the popular leathers.
jg We sell more CROSS SHOES than any other make
1$ we handle.   Price per pair,
it
8
m
5.00
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
OBkiW
THE  LARQE3T   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
Columbia $l|
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases and Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co
Booksellers
oners
News
Jailer--
d-3.
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS rOAV.   FEB.   9.
190.
THE   DAILY WS.
PA
FIVl
Thn fidaSli Stores
T. H. Smith
..,;,,.i    a.-,- pourin g in all over tl u ,   .,,
to get winter .'-'r��''i   oui of th   tvi .,..,  ���
.,,,, .      |    , ., rlflclng everthlng tha ��� , the way <
,o     de selling.  1- shown by tie   [] ..,   .
WS
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v     M     i w,���,    pad
i v.   week     In   thi
lii-    home    In
.    .   i
Waisls for Less Than
Half Price
Regular $5.00 and $6.00 Waists for $2.50.
��� .'ding out the balance of our wlnti wa   I     o\  i   500 In
i nderati_-g coloi   i    plain   bl but thi      I    quite
hi     cream   peai       -     etu     " an   il   n i   mi
,    , niti.ui  taffeta and china tail -            ,     long,
;..    :   inmniii   I     i..nv
Otnere hi       ; to   In .            dgn
.,   ii   wale             ������ 00 and              uu  u
toi  nev  good    the:  '��� i'1 old I      eacl      $2.50
Mi
I-,. .
$1.25 Corsets for
.
\>
,!      Th.    Admiral's
tii i   for  in''.,'   al  Si
Bnmabi    lin , venlng.   '
i meeting of the
Westmin ��� ��� otbal] club ibis even-
In it Murcto io] pri ci ded bj an
' ting a    r:30.
Foi vi.   ,i , oration    and    wedding
; bouq laltj   Ring up   Tidy,
thi *��
'!'h    >    ii .... the v   W
<"   '1 ' oh        'his   evning  al
,    , ���    I,ore        FlrSt
ii,,, |        ,.,|ni.
He - ;,', ,   ,,   ir -  funny
n ibai   Hall, Wi d
iiesdii'    .
ThC       l!V .   , ,. |]|       \:
clul   thli   -       ,'   , held In   Si
I i    (da     ���   .vi.,'.
o; n       wee]
again to
:   vis,..      Judg
. ��� i ;.   .
foi 25c i- Moore'
!     Brown   In   "Changi
St,  linni.ii.it'-. Hall ,.ii
���    .dn     HI   ��� ocknej   Bng-
mos   arousing
BUfVIP!gyOTHear:Somel!,ing
xv Lee'   than in ttalj   ������   - ���    recent earth-
al startlingly low  prices���See
r"'!: ���        "imi.    We can ������'���.
selection fi
Don't rocker?    We cai    -;     you a    tron
from |   "" each up.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Wes.minster,|B.C.,
Opposite Lome Street.    Phono73.
id      liroughi   in i:   load    ol  O
i .    ti   Oille    !'"      and lhe 5
'���
-' tug toon oui nearlj 100 ^
from  th.   same wharf.      \%
Easy Terms
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1        | e . ��� 1    | ���
'i   and 21, in
/
. -   cul rn-' "������   and
kind iral      work,     tele how   i
,!,,,iv    B208.
--   ' henson   i, ipeel .���.own
if V Innlpe
iti   a-,    "i    -,.   in ipection
....   .-.
mi" it, i ial       'i city
��� Term    '
" '   on   monthly  paym ���
MOVE  QUICK.
handle "13. C
Thi
.,,,    '01
b imbe   of ass
tip ���   ���   -.    (ji  - ..].���-  \V I.,   'uneral nf Hun   hn
tbe    ��� our    o lani
clga Thi     old    reliable
brand** ���*
ouni    ������
il wil    ioI   ������'��������� e whl
'    s'    Patrick    hal     t< -ron   0*0*C^OK)K)*00*0*Ci��0*0*0*0
Re     "anient. ��� ��� i ved.
Dominion Trust Co.
Read these items and act
quickly.
md T-rK- Dress Muslins
(Sec-  Window, i
20c yd
e Sheeting for	
25c yd
house
Arthur his dro
��� .iv   ol     Ehi b imor,     ' The
���   .        \       do  yoi
Spend   We_ne8da       ��� ��������� ,ng   ja     Snj.
���*
i o     hi     tun   Tunj
lighl   ii-   used bj   the business  hoi
i    .... on vie*    a    thi
consumption    i!
i     ,{    iv,-.     imi      hi   candle   ,
-T. R  PEARSON, Mgr
MONEY     T O    L O A N
, ,i   ti    hi ��� >d(] Fellows' ceme.
���" -.   j. s   Rend ii licii  Ing
Knock  the  cover off  _  bos  of  "B
01  ".      It   Will   !"    I '
a "hit." ������
Chinamen we
Big Curtain Special
-. ��� v.  net and Btruare Meeh Scrim carta as v hi
i          ..���                      dors *��           ad P Thesi
are the verj ... -.
���   $3_>0; S2-9o
An Eye-Opener in Flannelette Shirt Waists
,
an Ri $1.00 va
rj  way: i - a sah
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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Slat
er
Sh
oes
See the new Spring
Styles in
'The Premier"
Slater Shoe
Ask for them, insist on having
them, and take no others.  Remember, there is nothing like
the genuine article.
It's Important
To You
...
We
IllKi
Iness
���    , heck
can
You maj    feel    sun
vht   thing
wh,
w,   paj  - rages   in
order to si i help.
Every departmenl  ol  our business ia up to .. ���        Big
lh   mock   and  wo  claim out
i\. rage  prices ,-ve  the lowe :
Wi   fill prescription*  for people
pool to    v FREES,
CURTIS'
DRUC   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.. Just Arrived ..
Bran,        Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,       Whole Wheats
ur for Bread and Pastry
Whole Wheat Flour
Etc., Etc.
HALE BRO.S. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia  Street,       P.  O.   Drawer  100.
Phone 97
When vou want
GROCERIES
 18c
Id" tin . . . .25c
Hnntlej <".��� Pa B       -    I pk 25c
Bi!   Navel Orangi        i do. 25c
x      i  Highland P cl   $1.25
Thre,   packages Force for  10c
Mill ti brand), can , .10c
(Can id ������     undi. two for 25c
P as, can   10c
25c
i<  and coffees are a specialty with us; trj  a           -.��� ,,,- Rakawana
tbrei   ; ound ���-    Mocha and   Java
ground coffee, |0c per lb.; or we can give you 'he best valui  in the civ  tbi
v".   per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS.
AT
oores
These shoes for sale anly by
W. E. SINCLAIR I
this week.    Note a few oi
these prices:
I'i in     foi    25c j
large    wei I  Oran    -25c
..'���;     Mall  Vim gar .   ,
best lin   I ii i-ieki. -.    25c
..    lil   lllil
i . ,    [jor ii lOcj
tin           I0c
I ,     .   v   . i foi
I- ,i . . .90c
Two       Cl ng. i in.   i Moi lai    -
, dd dl. .iv  thai  um- ��� bi
,   ii naif price
11 Purity ri  it tii.ii-.
���   ���        . ��� i mi tii,in an) flour
Bl r'ket
,  .. call,
New Westminster
r*H*
������������^���^������^������������444^44^^^^0^^*0^****<
H. Moore
255 FRONT STREET.
,. ,,.   for !ai ,
nothor  will  appear on    a sum-l J      Graham Flour,
'''^ ��"   '''"  ' W<rhpallpt'g
s
0     . ,, ; ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
**
. new box, No   16, wai led for
alarm purposes ai loyal Tn.
an   ho v.'.      ������ Chief
8   ���   deavoring   to    interest
nrers    so   th
s various i orks.
Smitli   repn ��� Toronto
the
- ��� wer debentures al  par.
oi   Ion on    th*
......
.   ��� -i i-Mi^d
'���                 ��� :
ias Hall, W'i ty eve
-.    v      i ��� ,,   -~.iii
��� a   ,  Vr.,( b,  M-.. -i,,.,,,;,. . a, pianist,
\    .        ... Mr.
of Vancoi ��� '���    "-'.rani
. ��� '���    ������
The followlni ��� ��� ���  ���     1' cted
. - . r_s oon   ai    thi    annual
���ng of the   Antl-TuberC-loais   so-
PreBidi at,   Mr     Hill;   vice-
ident,  Mr-   Hugh  ie  don;  treas-
\i,     *i n. ngl! cretarj   Mrs.
i   sv--.ii dure
Clear   Havana   cigars ot    exclusive
\ merit���ihe  "Hiillante,"   made  by   the
ft c. i-ignr factory. "*
Bpi dal ��� vangi ll-tic   en let - are be
ing held this week, excepi   Saturda*.
,...no,,,,,, in ���   .viHi   i    ong  Bervlce al
, T: 15 p.m , nl  the We I  End  Vlethodl I
church,    i hi pastor, Ri i   r.  v. Magi ������
I. hi im: n'"   ��� 'i b)  It" \   iu   Blppri II
i      I',of   IL ilicilnclon
i iq ,,,.,  mi     the Dramatic it' clta!
ai at, Barn iba   hall, Wednesday even
:, .,.        ,   -vi    0i **
11,.  ,i���,!,.   ,,r   the li   i   of  i   gold
I ,i   , v  ,   .,,  .  uti  I   in  ibi-' cltj
,    bi ��� -.        i ebruary  24, when
. oi i  ii i| ��� ��� thi  ordei  will be
 Him fieri      Mi     Fournler, of Van-
.,���.... ���    olo during
the ��� ��� Ding,
������....    Wi ���'!'    I'      '  ning   to  Mi.
i.  iwn in    Pail i      Courtship" al Bl
I ,,,,.,!,.,   ii;,ii    His droll li'l-'h humor
,, in Dring jr-tii       rl     up to conci rl
�����
���n,,   m     lonarj   u< I      oi the Wei I
tend   \i iliodi-i   church  will   hoi-    a
:it  [he home ol Mrs.  (Rev.)
r   \   \l igce mi Thursdaj from 3 to fi
,,   ,,,     -,,, add ess will be i'iv, n b.
\u    Cookman, deaconess In the Prln
,.     8tree(   Methodlsl   chttroh,    Van-
,,,,,,,-r.  on   "Hi,   Worn  of   De-teott-
���    Refreshments will be served.
At th-eountj court yesteitlay mom ,
Ing w. Norman Bole, K. C, asked for
lhe eon-lotion of Sing Kee for selling
I ,|,,���r without a license, under a city
by-law, to be quashed. There were a
mlll||iii. Qf r,.,simii advanced, which
wer,. argued again I by W. O. McQinr-
rio for tho city, and Hli Honpr Judge
Howay reserved Judgment-
������a��
l
Live Stock Insurance I
I
Have ."'! evei Ih ���'������< of tin   hundred and one chance   ol lo
our iln.. horse? and othetlli ��� took by accident, flre or dl
i rerai "������!��� ������ ' liable Canadian company, which win insure your
animals againsl death from nny or every cause,
\o vi.'iti'i.-. in p.ctioii required and bo red tape aboul appll-
i      -.      Enquire fi -  particulars
II     ,"!   In.     '!.,v   10  ���   an  Rtllthal   now   Im  the  tlfflC to  Ill-lire  toi'
���o't cn oiot '.-ii Low soon your turn will come; the insurance com-
i   betl '��� alii" to stand Ihi  loss than you.
II   yotl    lac lo_(   one or  Uloie iinlttllil     'lien  lei   me  bnve  your 111'
plication now lo brotefc! yd. from ftilurc 10-iet
MORAL   Do ii"' wait till the  horse in stolen before    shutting
the stable door.
ALFRtD    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
ADVERTISE  IN THE . NEWS
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PAGE SIX
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
T^SDAY,FEBruary
gjjffr   CANADIAN   ggk
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at P.13 a.m;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train  for Agasslz at  "..42  p.m.
Ticket, sold to and from all jioints.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies .and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
NOTICE.
For further particulars ana reserva-
tons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C B. FOSTER,
Asst, Genl. Pass.   Agt   Vancouver.
Telephone 54. P. 0. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and    Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
.' :-* ..livd���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
ni west designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in and in-
-������   ���    ur stock;  no trouble to show sane.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
J Of Application for Wharf and  Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
.Notice  is hereby  given  that I   the
j undersigned, E. Mercer, of the City of
New   Westminster,  _.  C,  Contractor,
having applied to His Excellency the
Governor-In-Council,  for the approval
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate on
i the north shore of Lulu island on the
! N'orth Arm of the Fraser River, have
: deposited   witn  the    Honorable    the
' Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa,
j plans  of  said  wharf  and     slip    way
I which I propose to construct on land
; covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
! 757, group one, New Westminster Dis-
: trict,   together  with   a description  of
I the proposed site described by metes
and bounds;  and have also depostted
:i  duplicate of each in the office    of
the  Registrar of  Deeds   for the  said
District of New Westminster, in which
District  the  work is proposed to    be
constructed;   in  accordance   with   the
requirements of Section    7    of    the
"Navigable   Waters   Protection   Act,"
Cop, 115, R. S. C, 190C.
Dated  at   New   Westminster,  B.   C.
this 30th day of January, A. D. 1909.
E. MERCER.
PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eighth and   Agnes  Streets.
Lours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon.
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission L'c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
NOTICE.
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HARDMAN & CO.
��������� Sole Agents ���
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
A.   HARDMAN.      *
A.  JAMES.
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J.  McCLUGAN.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor___ic,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
| And all the principal business centers of
' ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
| Also to KUFFALO, NEW YORK and
; 1'IIILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim-1 Tables, etc . address
GEO.  W. VA.X.
'.Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticktt
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
I MAKE YOUR APP��AL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.     The   Morning   Paper.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Synopsis ut canam
Regulations,
ai- Home
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Choice   Hams   18c
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited in the Land
Registry Office in the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, ihe
plan and book of reference of Its
Westminster-Chllliwack Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
, of Chilliwack, passing through the
| municipalities of Sumas and Chilliwack and the town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sections four (���>) and five (5) of the
railway as shown on the said plan
and approved by the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the
Province  of  liritish   Columbia.
Dated   this    12th   day  of January,
1909.
A. K. BECK,
Solicitor for Vancouver Power Company, Limited.
P, O. Bo.   474.        Tel.  53.        Res.  429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engines
1% to 25 h p., 2 and 1 cycle. Bi sl
value on the market. Engines kept in
stock at
.. West minster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St.  .nd    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   2170.
BOWELL _   ODDr. Proprietor-
I. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family trade a  tpecialty.
Tel.  113. Office   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
"LAND SAKES!
1 never knew- you had surtl a stock (
goods here." This is what peop e
who come for the first time and sei
our immense stock and the great variety w<> carry And when -a. tell
them our prices they -ay: "I am sorry
I did not know you were here before
I furnished my house." DON'T YORE SORRY it (vine to get all kinds
..f ���rood- at
Speck & CrandelTs.
Whin you want any kind of repairing   don-,   such   a<   1,11ns,   umbrel
typewriters or anj 11 ;ht automatic machinery, so to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man on the Wheel."
furm the conditions
with    under    one
:    AM available Do,.
In the railway bell , ,    "-
. Ma. may be homesteaded ���������' lol**>
who is the sole head of a?/***
any male over 18 years 0! 2"';'"
ment of one-quarter ��� .. "��
acres, more or less. u; *������
Entry must be made      , ��� ..
the local land office ,,,. "
which the land is
proxy may, however,     ,,./'���'''
tain conditions by the father
ison, daughter, brother ,,r'_. ['.^
| Intending homesteader. r��!"
The homesteader is reend- i,
' "'   '1 10 Jft.
,    . Dt,bt   ""loJ
pians: ""
j    Hi    At least six moni-s-resitoj
upon and cultivation 0( the laoi
I-ach  year  for three
(2)    Iftaefathe: ,
father ls deceased),   v   - H  J
| steader resides upon   , tana in -!
! vicinity of the land entered lor 2
.requirements as to i      i -. ��� ma
'satisfied by such person      ..-.,..
the father or mother,
i    (3)    If the settler has his permd
ient residence upon farming   .. ;',i
ed by bim ln the vicinity ol tishoj
'stead, the requirements     s   -0 tJ
, dence may be satisfied
U] on the said land.
Six months' notici
e given to the Co
1 Inion Lands al 0t|
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mlnli
(leased for a period
I at  an  annual  renta
������ N'of    more   than 2560
: le Bed in one Indh
A royalty at the rati    '
��� ton shall be colli   ted
I ' v   uie coal mined
W  '���'���
De; nty of the Mn:-". r   '
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THE HOME P APtl
1-    '..    Pa] er  T    I
the Home N ws
The Dady Newi
10c   .i    v-,
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.
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The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
 Pure Food Purveyors	
Phone lOI.        Columbia Street, New Westminster niX DAJLL. }.:���,<
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Restaurant and Cate
Pickets, 23 IVl< als for $4
rhe Settlers'
Association oi B. C
������     |    ;v:   ��� ,s \     -,   -
Real 151 .*-. t r and Rn&ncu.]
Agent.**  and    Vvutioneers
,*.-.-. git.   ns   idee
Gil I r >   BROS,
Vulcan Iron Works
H. tel hraser
__ .......
 Sat	
Following a hours ol       . ��������� ��� :
.; ���    \ .'.>.      '-'-' ���    ' -
B :   i r '���' ikers and G(   .   -
Wort
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Use Long Distance
-... ta  ..- hall  .....   .     v   ,    ..- ..-m.
i-. v      -   ictual   ii -,      AU malls ��� .        . -. ,   .-
otta rn   e stated, arc despatch. ������'���������        '      '������   ���
i I and received   ..   . except Sunday,
v . ling all L. _
...      ....   mails   ���-... v. ..    and    -.. ..... , N   . v
v v. Sunday  ..     thi   C   P   ii   south ster, via C   P   R   soutl
Coal, Cement, \ itriRed Pipe,
Lime, Platter, Sand, Gravel,
Crushed Rock,
The \\ incisor
\ I   \K     \\ I
.-.. . ' ;' R ei . ma - not includ ng
... waj mails Sappei ton, Frast i
Ml ..-  .:.. Coquitlam
-,'.    s Despatched
Mill-
Trains & Steamers
lacks and Smart
Turnouts
RING   25G
ishion Stables
CUyburn
Hammond
Haney
Hazelbras
. Maclures I
Huntington
M it 'qui
Mission  C *->
P *.*.  Meariows
Rush   '
.   rdale
Sumas Cty
V., .tminster Jet.
Whonnock
\ in
ti. N. H     Oi        \     orla i v
V
DON'T  TRAVEL.
TELEPHONE
101.
P. 0   Box  IT.
.......
Groat   Northern  K.'   ,-. :.
Lv. N\\\    i;20 a.i      ..    Seati
Li   N W                .    ..    Si..-.
Li   S'.W      .              .
.   an IS tiding .,.1  l    B :
s   Points and south, and points U^  Seattle 8:10 a.m.; ar   NW
tween   N   i   V n* , .   and   Hunl    ' ���    s' ���i':!" 1'25 p.i N V\    3   ��� ���
indon, _ C . , la C  P R south. I 'un
-     ���   , ..      Ulalm   an I   Si atth.    In- >������   Seattle  !' S W    i    0
..; .ill r  s  .      .   ��� .ei and south.   ���' :'
also all polni ��� b< tween Mi b w i il
ster and Blaine, via G   N. K g. n. r.���p0rt Guii
.N.,:c.   clo\, rdali   and dlsti Ici   iCW
No,   all,     lea\ e��    New W n
ver Vallev, Surrej  Centre, Elgin, Allu :
, ',. ,, ,,     , 13:.,'' p.m., arriv.   unit; hi ii i
via   .md   Kensington   I niirni     Hu.-.l
IE POT   HOTEL
P. FL SI ation.
J   M, WISE.  Prcprietor.
Edwin G. W. Sait
rchitcct
GLICHON  BLOCK.
j BENSON & AYLING,
p, Fruit, Game, Veg-
etables, Etc.
The Reichenbach Co.
i Limiti '. i
Who!.-ile and Retail
Meat Merchants
and Dealers in Live Stock.
Cold  Storage.
i'
11 ill's   I'i '
da*, s;  also on    hy  10
|      1. HUDSON
I'.V   .
Wall Paper, Room Mouldtngs,
|   Burlap and Sanitas.
'.'-,-. ��� it ���
House i v   - ��� and  Kal�� i ���- iir
1 Pho
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SIMM r-\>
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*V\SOl INf
f'-Nlil-Nl S
Alex, Speck.
ti. A   Crandell.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
Cash Furniture Emporium
Dealers   in   New  and   Second
Hand Goods and Furniture.
Columbia and Front, near Tram Office.
Phone 275.    P 0. no. r.-i;.
��� ^site Windsor
i.ote
q
9   0
/
Spend an evening with the
Pin
Smashers
Four High-
Grade Alleys
229 lo 235
Front Street
R.R. CARVER
Mgr.
The .Intake Machine Works
(Limited)
Manufacturers cf
Modern Saw and Shingle Mill
Machinery
Mill   Plans  and  Specifications Prepared.
BE,7AR_
THE FREE  ENLARGEMENT
SWINDLE
When outside  Agent* canva     .'"
for enlargements:    Will you evi
Nlcomekl despatched  dall.   except <'.i
Sun lay;   (  .... ion    Monda. .   Tuesdaj.
.'m-.-j.i N<-\\  We-stinlnster Tn   Ida
1:35 Thursday,
Leave Gulchon 8
���-> >��� >���*������ T''��4rk^- SE- __ __ Tie Vansiunc lliiiilimi mil
and Hon Accord, Wednesday and bat : ,        .,.      , , *
,' j   p.m.   i xcopi   null hon   i iii  ila>   nud |
Phimbiiiii Company
Offli       I, Hi
P. O. 1    v
Westminster iron Worts
I0HN   in    '   i- . ,���   ���-'������'
���,. 1.1,;'    Machlti     Wi ���     leering
and Blai >��� ������������'��� - Manufacti   ��������� �� .1
���-! ... iura   ind   li     ��������� ���' .   I   in V\    '���
Offli,- a d Woi '���-   i eni    Bti    I
6 a ni.  Thnv idaj
l.\.  N.W .  i', 20 ii in .  ���'���  p in .   ind '���' ���'���
Lv, Vancouver 8: i>."> a.m. i p m and
n :30 p.m  for Westminster,
in.l.i...    Thi       malls  are  all   receive I
imi   i.i'.    .,   di - patchi d,
11:00 a.tn    Vancouver. Victoria an_,
.   ...      ,       ..hi in. for \ ancouver
Central Park,  via  H. C,  Electric rail |
way
12:30 p in. Sii.iubi irj Hill, Tim-
borland and South Westminster, bj
courier (Tuesday and Friday),
1:30 p.m,   Baal Burnaby, by courier
\i:00 p.m.���Burquttlam,  by   courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island and Bunbury,   daily
Russian   Soldiers Scntoncrd.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 8.- Sixteen sol
dlera charged wltb atti oiptiug lo
organise a revolt In Bt Petersburg
garrison In L907, have been sentenced
except  Sun,lay.   Woodward, Tuesday,itu ,,,.,,;(- servitude tor terms of from
Thursdaj and Saturday,   via   "J.   C, J,,,,.,.,, to eight years.
Bruce."    (Steveston  mall despatched	
and received  via Vancouver.)
2::;o   p.m.���Vancouver   unii    riper
Siding, via G. N. R. i""'lh-
WESTMINSTEH   BRANCH.
4:00 Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B, C, Electric railway. Saturday
an ixii-ii mall Is despatched to victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and S. ittle, incliiilltiR all U
DON'T   BE   FOOLED   BY  THE   PAID
AGITATOR.
Temperance Is good tor all men. Total
abstinence is better, us a matter of ex
pedluncy, tor some men, and temper
ance i   better1 for others.    Every man
,  rlgbt   to  deci le   for   _lm< elf
vhether be will drink temperately oi
-nethcr li" will  totally abstain, and
,,,,. tota] abstainer has no more right
: , ,,..,,���.! the temperate man to ah
from drinking by force of pro
,.,  law than the temperate man
��� , compel the total ab
p,nlner to drink by fore of law,
MORAL- Drink our famous I'ltlv
,iii;i: BEER, which meant true tem
perance,
WESTMINSTER   BREWERY.
ll.linr    |  ,
CLARKSON   SI Rl I I
All kinds ol !. ���   i' wo
i: 'nn.iii-, I'm nl he.,
I'    (I    l',,,\   M
Telephi i
Wrck Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wi  I
minster at 6:60, 6:60, 7:20 and     ""
ani, and  .very half hour thereaftei
until ll:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster tor Vancouver al 5:60, G:20, 6:60, 7:20 and
8:00 a.iu . and every halt houi there
after until  ll :00 p.m.
Sun-ay  Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for Now West-
iniiisii'i- ai 8:00 nnd 0:00 n m    aid
, very   hiir   hour   thi reafter   until
il 30 ii in
Cars leave Now Wi tmin lei for Van
oouver in fl 00 d tn. and ovi i > hnif
l ��� thereaftei until 10 00 \ijti 1 .nf��t
cai 11 "ii p in
D. J. MoCaUarrls, Local M-nnge., New
Wsstmlnstsr,
Steamboat Exchange
i ii08. i Mi i man, Prop
Wines,   Spirits  and  CigQfi
i .,,, .iy t ..ni,   . Bpi' lall -
GALVBN
��� _IXTH STRII '
Ladies' and  Men's
Tailor
Kvciii di. ;..-.11���' ni '"i ladii i' ind mi
Hiililnr.'1     Pre  ���'-!!:  ..ml   i- pall ii|   on
hoi i  I, . i,.     rii.-ii.   ii    id
Tele  ''
P, O. Box 204
W. A. GILLEY
""""""������ i'.""��i'"! ���*���"' :""���:;,;'Pile Driver, Wharf Builder
your  iilctun-  back"    Pernaps-
and General Contractor
the enlargemenl fade?   Perhaps!
You see it's a gamble, beca
Agent hn< no permanenl ad ':
has nothlnci to leie,
Satisfaction  guaranteed hy
THE ROYAL STUDIO
286 Columbia  St.        NevvWestniinite .
All  work  guaranteed  first-class.
Estimates given.
L-fjffe_��'
|.*.,r up'tn-dnie ��i"i tas-IO-able  mll-
lln.'i-y and ladles' necHw-nr go to
Connor and McQuarrie
when- the latesi creations In headgear
can he seen direct from New York
and Paris,
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
KOYAL
CAPE
I  HANK     AIK.III It,    (',,.,..     ���
i'..,n imiii   .    , up il   lug ol
boll. .1  I'tilivi  -'i i vi i, puildlti    -
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LAOItS'
HAIR IIHhSSINII PARLORS
SCALP TREATMENT  A  SPECIALTY
Corner   Sixth    ind
Columbia   Streets.
J. LEE THOMPSON
Carpenter & Contractor
Of.mai    .lolihlng.      Sin.
Specialty.
I
Opposite Trinity Church.
Pythian Skating Rink
NEW  K.  OF  P.  HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes Streets.
Houi .    Moi vi,,-     in to  I.;    afternoon, 2:u0 in 5;  evening, 7:o0 to 10.
Ailiiiisv,,     hn', skates 2&C.     On  Sui-
urday* li  to 12, school children under
12  will   lie furnished   s-katen  for  10c.
Commutation tickets    now   on   sale.
v 'Phone A 483.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NKWS.
TUESDAY, FEB
9. ISOt
BEHOLD   IF
��������������������������������� ���������n TROUBLE IS BREWINO
IN CENTRAL AMERICA
���
I Presidents of Salvador and Guatamala
J Anxious to Overthrow Executive
Such   a   reduction   in    prices, i   You want a preparation for your  | mc.u-.kju,.
for first-class groceries was
never before given to the cit- | ite ,.A
izens of New Westminster.
Oil cloth use Liquid Granite "B."   ���
For new floors use   Liquid Gran-   ���
'milium,  Feb,   8.���Pas.seni
'i'-  hy   n
:
steamship  which  has just arrived  in
.(Panama   report  warlike   preparations
{ on
,     , 7    For   the   latest  and   most   up-to
The prices given below are g date finish use Johnson.s Wood r
exceptional   ones,   and   the t  Dye.
goods-for quality   are un- I ~ "      ~"      ~  ...
�� i - j    por  a   good  varnish   use  Elastil.
surpassed.   Give us a trial. IX ite. |
These prices are strictly cash j��   *
, ,���    For a good hard wood finish use   4
Pr-ces. t  Luxeberry.
We have just received another car-
ioad of Raymond Hour. This flour is
equal to any other flour on the market
to,day and we guarantee ii ai $1.65 per
sack aud $0.25  per barn
���
|
For  polishing  all   woodwork   use   2
���   Johnson's Prepared Wax. 4
���
���
���
Straight  ���
". de Hungarian Hour   $1.25   a sack
I
l Anderson & t
Lusby
.
agua.     When  the   last   Paciiic    mail
steamship    passed   down    the   coasl '
Presldenl   Flguroa, of Salvador,  with;
a military staff, was inspecting all the1
port garrisons, it being reported thai
an   invasion   of   Salvadorean   revolutionists headed by 1">>'. Alfiro anil assisted   by   Nicaragua   was   Imminent.
A dispatch from Managua says:
"The government of Salvadore insti-
gated by Guatamala ordered thai its
gunboat Presidente should lire its
guns at night in the pretense of rc-
pulslng Nioaraguan force- Invading
Salvadorean   territory,   Uie    intention
This (lour   la    in great    demand   for
'..read or pastry 1 J
The  best  B. C.    granulated    sum.. ;������������������������������������*�����������������������������������������
{being to create ill feeling against the
���    Columbia Street   ���
���
Twenty  pound  sacks  li.  ('.     sugar,
$1.15 per sack.
Tea In three pound pure Ceylon na-
vi   wood   'oxes for $1.00
Empire Ceylon tea, _."c per lb.
Victoria Cross tea  40c por lh.
Coffee of the very finest Mocha and
iva ground or unground, 25c per lb.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
J1 N'icaraguan government."
It is generally believed thai Presldenl Plguroa, of Salvador, and Pros-
iileni Cabrera, of Guatamala, arc- anxious for the overthrow of President
Zelaya, of Nicaragua,
Two quarl bottle of the verj   I'm sl We make a specialty of   fir   doors,
, ivl-s only 25c per bottle. teamed and kiln dried.
Three bottles of pickles for 50c. 	
Malta ('.'in T,<.- a  package, <>r elghi j
1
W. E. Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr.
Du-et Now
, aci age   foi  25c,
Five tins salmon for 25c. '*
Sardines 10c per tin.
Pinnan Haddie 10c per lb.
Corn per tin 10e.
Peas  per tin 10c.
three  tins of pork and  beans  for Order a Piano
at once.
Two l-i. tin marmalade 25c per tin,
Eight bars of    the    llnest     laundry
��� ..!;.  for 25c, 1
Elghi  bars of tollel   -"up for 25c.
Thre,. packages of poultry  food  for
25c,
Three packages of laundry    starch
or 25c.
Three packages of corn starch    for
Two large tins of St. Charles evapor
i '., d cream 25c. ^>;
Two 1 is  of very nice lemon biscuits
for 25c. I
Thr. ���' il.-. DKiiiass.s snaps for 25c.
Baking powder, White Star, 20c.
BOWLING
lu ib, liist game ol the uew house
lviv.il, ,at the bowling alleys the herd-
ivare nun won by 103 pins from the
, ai pontei s, Harrison had the highest
vine 202. Tomorrow evening the
I; i> ul City mills meet the grocers, and '
tonight there is another Fn 1 man I
i rophj couipi iiii.ui. lu the list of
fixtures in the league published yes-
:. rda\   morning the dates sei  for   1 he
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Pbone 413. New Westminster,   clerks will be taken   ���- the grocers.
        The scores were:
Hardware��� Tout!.
C, It Bryson 133 1 IT    131���386
P. Trapp   117 I.n    163���408
11   Swanson
.1   11 ry < o 11  . .
V    Klin;! .
.144 121 134���402
.163 1.13 134���430
.175    151     159     185
I "tal   	
Carpenters-
\V. ,1. Sloan
II    Harrison
 -ill
Total.
...139    IIS    155���432
..202    131     I4S���481
T. Goodfellow     95      94    11 1���303
V. Johndro 116    ill    132���359
E  Johndro    158    137    138    13!
Total     1*008
LOCAL   NOTES.
Two heads are bettor ihan one.! Do noi miss the pretty pantomime
Both of you come and choose the stmlnsl aao a ..af..oluo ..areoshlps
piano. Our -Kick of pinnns is targe "The Last Rose Of Summer," formed
and varied, Including many makes, In bj twenty New Westminster girls, al
Blue Ribbon and Maple l.eaf. 20cI eluding upright and player, Every in- St. Barnabas Hall, Wednesday eve-
r tin. istrumenl is warranted, and has a full, ning,   Soft music will accompany the
��� sweet,   tone,   perfect   mechanism,   ex- picture, a_d poem sung by Mr. Brown.
1
  1 quislte touch,  and   looks lit   for    tin
' drawing room of a queen,
Easy  terms.    Low  prices,
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES j. h. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Tuesday and
Wednesday
Specials
Ladies' Dress Skirts from
$ 1,95
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the  best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
-Hard Block, New We.tmintter.
With the fli.l vlcu.president, Mrs.
Pearce, in the chair, the Local Council:
of Women yesterday afternoon discussed the formation of a provincial
! council ni women, there being at the
! pros,-n; time live councils in B, C,
iVancouver, Victoria, Westminster, ,\i
' son and Vei non. It wa 1 decided to-
I communicate with the provincial vice-
president, Mrs, Day, for further infor-,
j mat Ion and the matter wns laid over
; to lhe next meeting,
Wesi niin -ut local of the Trades and
L.i or  congress   will   meet   tomorrow
I evening   lu   receive  Iho  reporl of  the'
committee appointed  to draft   resolutions on  led legislation, which -will |
P.    presented   lo   the   governnn tn   al
I Victoria *by lhe B. C  executive of the
Trades und Labor emigres- of Canada]
'ii  Monday  next,   The committee on
resolutions bus an  interesting  reporl
; io present, ami In order thai u 1 lior-
ough discussion on the matter may b"
Indulged in a large attendance Is de-
���iii.l The delegaiii.il Which will go
to   Victoria   consists   of   It.   P   Petti-
I piece,     vice president.    Of     Vane.mver,'
' and   ll     \.   Slomy,  city.     Two   other
I members of the committee. Christian]
Sivertz   ind  w.  ll.  Qlbson,  reside In
Victoria.
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Indies' Underskirts from
$1.25
ATTEINTIOIN
UP.
A. J. BIRTCM
If you have property of any description to sell,
|| rent, or exchange, either in the'City or District, it
*   will pay you to list with us at once.
We have the experience, organization and con- ^
nections, and can guarantee you good service. t
I Vancouver F.J. Hart & Co. Ltd. |H|L||^i;k f
275 Columbia Street t New Westminster, B. O
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We are showing
New Prints
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Hundreds of new pieces of English Prints, Zephyr
Ginghams in neat stripes and checks, Radium Foulard, Swiss Spots, Flowered Organdies, Cross-barred
and Striped Satin-finished Muslins, Ducks, Drills, etc.,
are now opened up ready for your inspection. Every
person^ likes to'see the new Spring Wash Fabrics in
the new'designs, and we extend an invitation to one
and all to visit the Wash Goods section today.
New All- Wool Panamas and Satin Cloths
in the Dress Goods Section
Advance lines to hand indicate what may be expected later on. Among those materials to hand are
Duchesse Satin Cloth in the new Cinnamon Brown,
Navy, Black, etc., and Chiffon Panamas, in various
widths and weights, Serges and Fancy Lustres, etc.
Advance showing of
New Dress Skirts
Chiffon Panama Skirts, in the newest styles, have just
arrived by express. The same well-made makes of
skirts are to be found in our Skirt Department,
These new arrivals are seven and nine-gored, with
satin strappings and folds of same material.   Several
styles are shown with buttons as trimming down panel front. Colors are
Navy, Brown and Black. Lengths are
36 to 42 inches.   Each:
$5.75 to $12.00
W. S. Collister & Co
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