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 PI RE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHI!_��S & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VOL-
M1,;   ,    \C\inER 40.
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<ASSURANCE
< SMILES & CO.
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lumUa St.
Phone 85.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B- C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
im BANQUET
AEIfll TOURNAMENT
sanl Function Termin-
|es Meeting in City-Ar-
[ngements For Congress,
Baring tiw* bowling tournament
iim.. -ni down under J. A. Lee's
Lnship al .i banquet held ut the
In 1hi;i;j la night. The tables
| decorated with carnations ami
(md iii, . was the customary
(fin ini-Hi'      '> number of piano
,,     were  played   during
Lii j \Y. Fryer, and the com-
did aoi break nji till the early
u< ihe inonilng
A Double Toast.
chairman,    In    .-ubiiiitiing the
I'loaat, with   the    one  following.
pri      nt i i the United States,"
I,,    ,,, .   always  glad to drinl;
joasi  .'h ' !��� !   they  came  from
Imhern i- " of this continent, or
!! Ii   b   pari   of   it.      'I hey
io the :��� nding monarch,
| !'   ibe   greatest republic
and   thus  side  by  side
that was good, great
political  history of i
irld.      li   always     appealed   to.
of   those  meetings
���vein !. sted  the   feelings
... ol        national  life, which
ti. | ii peoples     It tended
il ..ii     of   the   British
���i. To "The President,'
p I, referring to an oc-
wli.n h     had    howled before
I.
The Congress.
Western    Bowling    Congress"]
,l,i io I,.,   A    I.. Jenkins,
itth   Bo- ling  i .en
I' Mr.    J. nkins
.    ., ich pleasure to be
congratulating     the
- .,1 ' iui nane lit    mi    Its
iclleved   it   looked
annual congr.       u
He   was there   to
1' thai  tournament,
Sorts would lie well
noi ni ci���-��� ary to say
Ines nf  the r.-.a-ons
I' a of    ihe congress.
there was only one
on In existence, the
Congress,    with
INCARCEJtATlON IN JAIL      COAL Bill OCCUPIES
BRINSSWEALTHTOM.LL.NERt     ��� m
Ve-dict   for   $7,000   Damages   Given   in
Favor of Woman   Who  Spent
Seven   Hours in  Durance.
Discussion of Measure Provokes Lengthy Debate-
Financial Statement.
COLLAPSE Of HOUSES
FOLLOW EARTHQUAKE
CHANGE OF CHURCH NAME
APPROVER BY MEMBERS
Thirty Reported Killed in
Asiatic Turkey ��� English
Miners Entombed.
West   End   Presbyterian  Church  to   Be
Known  as  St.  Stephens���Manse
Fund  is Planned.
Sun Francisco, Feb. 10.���A thousand
dollars an hour for -.even hours spent
In jail,  was the amount of damages
award.-.l  to Mrs. Annette Hartzell, a
local milliner, today by the jury which
listened to the evidence iu the $25,000
damage suit brought by Mrs, Hartzell
against   .Inlin  I).   Murphy,   represent!!-i   ,     mkHsaW^sM        ___���        ,  ���  -.-������
' lot small  bids were ad vi need a stage,
live <>i .a Chicago wholesale millinery.
establishment.     Mrs.    Hartzell    was
act wan again adjourned.    A number
arrested in 1906 and -pent Beven hours
In the city prison on complaint of Murphy, who alleged that she had secured
a bill of goods from his linn under
false pretences. She filed suit for
|25,000 damages ilu.- io false Imprisonment ami the jury awarded her
$7,000.
The facl that Mrs, HartzeH's picture appeared in local papers with a
number written across it, showing that
ii came from th,- police "rogues' gal-
li ry," particularly impressed the jury
and Inclined them in the woman's
favor.
Victoria, li. <���., February 16.���I Con tantlnople, B'eb. 16.���A number
The Supreme court act was read aIoi houses ind government buildings at
bhird  time  and  passed   the  house to-  slvas'   h" v:r'"^ of a vilayet of the
day.   The Highway Traffic Regulation! 8am   ",llm; ia  Asiatio   Turke-V-  *'"'-
lapsed todaj a.-, ihe r.-sult of an
earthquake Thi loss of life has
not been ascertained, but reports say
thai thirty persons have been killed
and others injured. Many of the inhabitants are without shelter. Slvas,
sometinii Seevas, has a population of
abou   G000 families.
but most of ihe iti-m.s on ihe order
paper were passed over as the necessary information In each ease was un-
prepared.
Discussed in committee, the Pacific
Cca i coal Minis company bill produced a lively discussion. An amendment was introduced by .lohn Mclnnes
The congregation of the Wesi End
Presbyterian church have just reached
an interesting decision, by which their
church will be renamed. At the annual
meeting last month the desirability of
the change was pointed out as it is
noi a west end church at all now,
since the old building on Twelth St.
was sold to the Methodists for their
iu..-ent West End church, but. is situate "ii Fourth avenue between Sixth
and Seventh Streets. Several names
were  suggested, and   ultiamtely  four
We!'.'
St.   Stephens,  Bethel,   Calvary,     and
REGINA PLANS TO
, IMPORT STRONG ME,.
Cap\l Lacrosse Team May
Inc ve Several Crack East-
r,
ern i\/ers This Sea.son.
MANY MINERS ENTOMBED.
.Newcastle, England, Feb. 16.���A serious  explosion   occurred    this   aftei
Th. re is ne .ca-on why tb. Itegina
lacrosse t.-ain for this year should not
meei with >uccess in their struggle for
the Minto cup, says the Regina Leader, if the management Is wide awake
and leaves no opportunity to strength?
eu i ile  vain .scape.
Oi the old Regina lacrosse players
of lasi year, competent to figure in a
Minto cup game, there are about six
still in the city.    It is therefore ueces-
SMm^ammWism       aary   that   several   additional   players
selected for a congregational vote
jshiiuM  be added.      Already a number
i^H  .   , .   Iof  I. 11.'is   from   players  of  reputation
Chalmers.   The result of that vote is r !_���.__
'tun.   been  received   by the management,   and   iii  all  probability negotia
LONE PROSPECTOR
SAVES SUFFERING MAN
;li.- Socialist member for Urand Forks ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to   I mi!   the   sale   price   of   coal,     A   noon  in a  colliery  in Northwest Dui
|length>  discussion  ensued,  embracing  ham.   One hundred and thirty miner
comparative prices ol   coal  in  Ilriii-i   are reported to be entombed.
Columbia   and   Washington,   the  rela- 	
live powers of the provincial and Do-      sl>* KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK,
minion   governments'   protective Inter-      Murphysboro,, 111.,  Feb.   16.    Illinois I pasi
.���sts   .ii   coal   lands, ami   Hon.  Joseph  Central   train    No.    205,    southbound  not
Chamberlain's    speech.-    bearing   onlfroin  Si.  i.ouis  m  New Orleans,  waslhou
iliis   subject   iii   England,   free   trade
now  known   St.   Stephens     receiving
over 50 votes,  five times as many as |
, .        .       ,      ....  ,    i linns will be carried on between the]
any other, so that  the church will be ]
known by that title In future.
Lies   for   Three   Days   With   Arm   Pinioned   Under   Wagon   on   Wind
Swept   Desert.
and protection The premier's travelling expenses amendment was eventually withdrawn and the bil] was reported.
Hon. VV. .1. Bowser's bill to change
the name of reformatories to Industrial r.chools was Introduced. Ihe at
toruc-y general Rave an Interesting hi
from S;. Louis to New Orleans, was
wrecked six miles east of Murphysboro today. Six persons are reported
killed and about thirty injured Owing to broken telegraph lines, details
are hulling, but a relief train has gone
; to bring tho wounded to Murphysboro,
Another intention of the congregation   is  to obtain   lun.Is  for a  manse,
which   will   be  buill   when   sufficient
money is available. The stipend of the
.   Kev.  Dr.   VVardlaw  Taylor,  i-
ich  as to expect him -o rent  a
indefinitely  Eoi   thai   purpose.
BRAKES SAVE COACHES
WHEN Mill DERAILS TRAIN
l.i>\. lock, N.\ . I-". ' I- ��� After lying for two nights and throe days
with his arm pinioned under a wheel
of a targe freight wagoon out on the
wlnd-swi ;>��� desen near Boyer, Thomas
Loveh ck, son ol the late George Lo\ ���
lock, founder ol ih. town ,u Lovelock,
was rescued on Saturda-i by Sam
Arlta, a lone prospector.     11 ��� was un
conscious when found and Is now in a
very dangerous condition. On.- of the intended asking tli
tory  of   the   institutions   pointing out   I vlilLnl'l/    ITInll/IV
that they represented a tangible attempt to remedy the defects in young
lads which had originated through'a I
,-n\ ronments, He stated thai in the
pas; ihe efforts had been very successful, and there had been but few]
attempts to escape. The circumstances
surrounding the discharge of one boy
were explained at soma length
Some   delay   was   occasion -d   owing,
to John Oliver being unprepared wlthl
a. number of question-  which he had j
house.
SHOCKS MINISTERS
Wants Reading Room, .Moving Pictures and Cuspidors
Engine   and  Tender  of   Vancouver   Ex
press  Wrecked   at   Latona   Yes
terday.
in.I everything possible accomplish*
in ; his city to laud them.
Bill Taylor,  ihe b.-st   all-round cei
tre man In Canada, who figured on th-:
Hi an: "iid professional hockey team of
lasi  yi  ii, and is considered  the crack
man of Canada, in his position on tht
li.'.l .1- -h, - to come, also Horace Gaul.
the  famous Ottawa   player.      Pickei
Ing,  who  has     for years   been   well
known   In lacrosse    circles   and   who
.wa.- perhaps the strongest man on the
Tecumsehs of last  year,  has  also of-
fered his services, and if secured, wi.
undoubtedlj   bring  Davidson,  another
Tecumseh  stronghold, with him.   Anderson,  wiio won  fame on the  Perth
i. am. ami afterwards went to Calgary,
is also   igreea ile  lo join  ;he Regini
lineup,  and  Atlln, of  the Toronto--, a
clever and effectual player, i�� also in
line  to  help  constitute a  team  that
will   prove   invincible   and   briug   the
i
ii Church.
Northbound traffic from Seattle wa-
-eii.ui.-lv delaved vesierda> owing to| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the wreck of the Vancouver express I cup to Regina territory,
on the Northern Pacific tracks at La- Whether these players will be Becur
tona on the outskirts of Seattle. The ed or not ls difficult to definitely stati
cause was mud washed on the tracks, at the present time, bin the lacross.
The accident occurred nt 11 M-v enthusiasts o�� Regina can depend oi
Fireman   Charles      Carlson    jumped a team thta will give a good acooum
Portland,    Ore.,     Feb.    16.���Mayor
 ____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ iaunc    toda\ .ir.-d   before. con-
hnrses   he   had   been  driving  had   be.;     The   financial   statement   will   prob-
norses  n<   mm - vention of the ilapti-t Ministerial as-
come entangled In it- bam.  . and had|ably be brought aown th s week, pos-
choked to death.
sibiv tomorrow.
DANIEL  GUGGENHEIM
RACING   WITH  DEATH
Y , a-i. i n cities en-
, ,' to  the men   In
I1- '���.-,\v therp were addl-
I. !!.,;,.���
ition,
Mexico City, Feb,
a  Bpei ial dispatch
16.    According to
received here to
I   the  National ! ulghi iron, the city ol Aguas Callentes,
.,,,,,  the cana : Daniel    Quggenhelm, of    Mew    York.
elation       it   seemed   to  be head of the American Smelting & Re-
la of iho officials to bring .lies,, j lining Company, is being rushed east
���on* to   ther each year to de- aboard a special train In order thai his
fe Intern titional   championship, j lite may bo saved.
a  chosen  at   the Den
���,i
08,  ami  he  believed
i'ii bi      io  .,f  the   record  meet-
of    American   ten
li I to    ��� -'  many Cana-
lowler-    i   ii ir.     i Vpplause).
A Great Met.ting.
.1 the Seattle Bowling
ie \t drunk, and in re
I   Molrlsj
il   .1  It.  It   CarVi ;' and
ind Vancouver clubs
'iosji, - ii,       \i the Western
���V   expecting _uoo,
loat.lng stock n> the
io   in,vi expenses,
a on lickel . and con ' man
nld  lotal  from    $6600  to
thej   bad   to    finance   the
i -nu.   oil.      |i   was  their
1 ' hold a Canadian day a'
and   h.'ii   iiie  promise
'���"in  nearly all  the  varl-
11 the western Btates.
Pleasant Pastime.
Hi     iVi'Ti
ll
t'    .
'
'
kill
Mr. Guggenheim visited Mexico
City a few days ago and the altitude
so affected his bean iliat he became
dangerously ill 11.��� proceeded to
Aguas Callentes, where one of the
large smelters of the company is located, and there an acute dilation of
tho heart oceui red.
The physician who was called de-
presidentIcided that the millionaire's lit'.- .1"
peiuled on his getting t<. sea level at
the earliest possible moment, The
special was accordingly made up and
is now hurrying to the border. Dr.
Bennett, T, P. Quggenhelm and w. C
Potter   are   accompanying   the   sick
soclatlon and advocated startling reforms that took tha churchmen by
surprise, ln the first place the mayor
announced that If the city council
could be compelled to annul the licenses of all the saloons of Portland
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ which  constantnly   violate   the  liquor
lic.-iise provisions half of the saloons
Minister of  the   Interior  Brings  Down   of  the  city   Would   be  out  of  the  business.
Then he want on to Inform the
ministers how they could aid the
cause. Mayor Lane said that in his
opinion   the  various   churches  In  the
The annual report|c'ty s,l0U|d b<- converted Into reading
rooms and thrown open for the large
body of the unemployed.    He  further
! advocated   that   the  churches  install
cuspidors,   reading  material  and also
IMMIGRATION INFLUX        j
IS ON THE INCREASE
Figures  Showing  Number of
Homesteads Taken   Up.
Ottawa, Feb. ni.
of  the .minister of the
in.-, ir. il  to the house
-st.rday  by
Mr. Oliver For th
ending with March 31
Immigrants entered th
Increase of i:��,7i.7 over
year, Which the report
largest In
During th
twelve   mouth ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lasi, 262,469 moving pictures of the refined char-
country   an' acter.     He  said  that   if these   tilings
tb.    previous
when the locomotive turned on its
side. Engineer W. E. Fanner escaped Injury but the fireman strained
of Itself at. the coast.
The financing of a team which ha*.
and can furnish the goods, chould no;
his right shoulder and broke his right be so hard a proposition, and a series
thumb.      The  passengers  all  escapedjof  games   played  on   the   return trip
the bistorj
10 years til
stati s is the
Of Canada.
total number
were done by the churches the men
now habitues of the north end and
the cheap saloons would soon acquire
the habit of congreatlng at the places
injury.
The passenger coaches and express
and mail cars were taken back to the
King street station within an hour after the accident, and the train pro
ceeded on its way by way of the belt
line on the eastern i hore of Lake
Washington. The tra n was traveling at ::.i miles an hour when the uc-
cideni happened. Though the coaches
remained stationary the engine turned
on i!s left side. Carlson tried I i jump
an 1  was thrown into a pool of water
His  	
pilot of the engine wa.-. demolished and
the track and road - .1 is torn up for
a distance of aboul twenty yards.
'I hen- is no other damage,
The Vancouver express enters 11. ('.
at Huntingdon, and runs over the
Sumas branch m Mission junction,
making connection with the C. P it
there,
from New Westminster would undoubtedly cover the entire expensi
with a good balance.
It is therefore up to the backers of
lacrosse In Regina to tender their
support ami grasp the opportunity
ih,", now possess to capture the cu;-
and hold it in Saskatchewan. Th-
boys of lasi year's team are undoubtedly of tile Al quality and will giv,
a good account of themselves. if
would bi regrettable should the pu ilh
withhold .is support and backing aftei
injuries   arc   not   serious.      The the good  article of lacrosse th*- boy-
bave  produced  .luring
.VelllS
111.    ;ia-;   fl -
h
II.
innan, in toasting the Van-
lowlinis club, said it was one
' limes for a weary busl-
1 ing man i,, distract him
'   ��� -; of  life,     The  best
*-hown  in  the sport, and
on ��� sample to their other
CURRENT OF HOT AIR
ISSUES FROM CREVICE
Colorado Springs, Colo., Feb. H-..���
while hunting In the vicinity of -te
pass, above Manltou on the side ot
[.'ike's 1'eay yesterday. Hen Webb,
formerly of the Colorado City police
department, claims to have found a
hUg(- crevice In the side of the mountain from which a -strong current o
hot air issues. Webb ���ai- he ��'"
acquire the property and pipe <l>��' ���"'���
to Manltou   and   Colorado   City roi
| healing  purposes    if    the    sche.n
feasible.
1,166,126,  of  which! ��f worship
of arrivals  was    i.iun.i.n,  ui   which| ^^^^^^^^
.     Line ,,���.��� Qreal   BrUalfli  , The mayor's  plan shocked  tlie min-
land UDd the United States, and 366,- i-ter.. und none of -hem would serf.
,.,, . ,������ ������,������ countries.     The r.s.ai. ously admit thai the plan was at all
pe] ,���,,. ,,,���n ih.. rniieii Stat.-, Who feasible.	
arrived   ItUI   voar   lil'oughi   in   $a-,000,-1
���' ���     The total number of homestead MEXICAN tourists
'"' TREED  BY  WILD   HOGS.
entries was 30,424, a decrease of 7364 ' treed by will, nu
Th,   land taken up was 4,867,840 acres
Is
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������'"i'i and .1.  Melnl;
llli-
'  Ponded, Mr. Halstead paid
���Uv<,i  would  send 00 bowlers  to
|'nK   BUng    the  praises    of    ihe
l��-ek-Baikc.Collender   alleys, the
��? honored the toast of the la-
'"���'< 1    by Mr. Morris
h1-   H  Bcot,
tailed ���n |
 |       T.
and    C. Bteert
o reply.      Tile  press
���0 submitted and the prizes won
were presented.      R.
promoter   of the tourna-
'���' nU(i heartily received.
tourn< y
Irver.
Coquelin's  Successor  Named.
,,,,-i.,   ,,*,.,,   ir,-Bdn.on.l Rostand,
the Playwright, has selected M-   '"
hargel. of the Cotm-dle Pr_nchal��. w
replace Renolt Constant Coquelm. *
died last month, In __e leading rOK
Rostand's new piny "Chanticleer,
ii, salary  of $30,000  a   V���1'
Chosen   Rhodes Scholar.
-. ,    ir    It,ill1'1
Fred..,icon, N.  B..  Feb.  16.   ��   ^
Sp.'inian of this city has been <
Rhodes scholar for New BrunSWlC*.
The reporl states that at the present
,..,,,, of settlement it will soon be
necessary to direct the settlers to the
northern parts ef Saskatchewan and
Alberta
\t, the evening session the matter
under discussion was Dr. Black's reso-
lutlon dealing with the -oppression of
preventabls diseases. Dr. Black
wants 'hp government to take some
lnteresi In Hie matter through the
formation of a bureau. The matter
vvl,s discussed by a number of the
uie.
tne matter and the talk was finally ad
jouriied.     Only a handful of members
licnl men in (he house.     The gov-
Mexico Ciiy. Feb. It'..���Treed for
many hours by wild bogs and for a
tmie in Imminent dnager of being devoured by the Infuriated beasts, was
the experience of Dr. W. A Parker
and Harry Mo'ler, Americans, und Se-
nor Jose Com lis, all of Mexico City,
.Mho have just returned from a hunt
In the jungle, about, eighty miles from
Tampieo. Whib- deep In the tangled
growth, one. of the party shot an.l
wounded one of a big flock of wild
hogs. Almost Intsantly the Americans were attacked by the maddened
listened to the debate.
.- "  CiLUS   were   uiiawn-u   -.,    --
lament made no pronouncement onJanlmaIs an(J they fl,,d for their lives
 v ___,,.. .., !A]i th]eo manftged  t0 cllmb  a  large
tree      The wild hops gathered around
  the tree and finally one tusker began
 Itaring  at the   roots.      His  example
Raymond Hitchcock Bankrupt. | wftg follow0l, by the others, and for
New York, Feb IC���Raymond J hours the hogs rooted at the tree, try-
Hltchcock. the actor, filed a petition j jng to bring It down and get at the
in bankruptcy today in the United men. Finally some noise in the jun-
States district court. He gives his gle frightened them off, and the men
���labilities nt $28,207; hlsassets.it $16 j climbed down and ran for safety.
FIRE   RAGES IN TUNNEL
AT TETON STATION.
Or, a;     Fall-.     Mm,   .     Feb.     HI. ���A
fierce rue   is   raging   in the Greai
Northern tunnel at   Teton Station, 50
mill's east of Qreal  Falls, and it  will
ba complete!) burned out
A  large force of men is at work in
U "Hurt to cheek ill,- Haines, but US
there is no water available ihey cannot accomplish much. Ii Is expected
that, the road will be blocked for .several days.
VALDEZ   NEWSPAPER
PLANT  DESTROYED
Viildez. Alaska, Feb. Hi--The plant
of The Valil.- Prospector, a newspaper owned by Elmer B, Ritchie, assistant disirici ai torn.���>, and ethers,
was  destroyed  by  lire at  S:.I0 o'clock
this morning.    The loss will appro*
Imate |7OO0.
Prohibition Loses in Columbus.
Columbus, S. C, Feb. 16.���After a
lively filibuster lasting several days li
nppiyired yesterday that state-wide
.prohibition has been defeated in this
state. The senate had a majority of
four for local option und the House
WU equally close. The local option
forces ln the House were well organ-
Iced io demand roll Willi on hundreds
of amendments,
WANT  MINTO  CUP  GAMES
POSTPONED TO JUNE
Winn peg, Feb   16.���-The Regina la-
cro    ��� club ai a meeting las; nigh: decided   to   suggesi   to the New West
minster   club,  holders  ol"  tbe  Minto
trophy,  that  'he cup games be post-
poo   '��� until aboul the middle of Jun.-.
The New   Westminster   champions
had provlousl) agreed on May 21 and
2'.i, as the dates  for the cup ui'itche-
The i apltals feel that they would nor
ne  ri adj  by  that  time  nnd will asu
thru the dates be put off till the middle of -Inne.
MILLION   DOLLAR  TIMBER
DEAL ON THE  ISLAND
Victoria, Feb. 15.���American inter
ests have secured Esquimau & Nanaimo timber lands In the vicinity of
Cowlchan lake, not hitherto alienated.
The amount represented in the deal
is put it nearly a million. They will
ship Umber out by a railway line proposed by the R. &N. from near Duncan, and will probably erect largr
mills on salt water.
Seeks Immense Loan.
London, Feb. 16.-A dispatch to The Chronicle, from
Vienna states that Austria-
Hungary will shortly issue a
$70,000,000 loan at "four per
cent, in order to prepare for
any contingency with regard
to 'Servia.
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I'HE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the i
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3 '
Five Cents a Bar
���I Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale -:- Io Rent -.- Etc.
f-ia���j.-'A".,"
:.,"-*-���:"���:-,.:-..-"-.,--���::,.::,.;-A:-..-*J.".,:-.,:
FOUND���Camera. Owner can have
Bame by proving property and paying for tills advertisement. Apply
Daily   News   business  office.
WANTED���Small services from High
School girl in return for board and
lodging; must be fond of children.
Apply K. A., News Office.
CARLOADS OF OYSTERS
FOR ESQUIMAU REDS
Victoria    Company     Will     Bring   Out
Large   Quantities   of   Succulent
Bivalves from the East.
Brackman-Ker Milling Co
B. C. Telephone Co
Cunningham Hardware Co.
W. Watson
Royal City Transfer Co
Hardman & Co.  .
T. J. Tnapp & Co.
J. 1). Buskins	
West End Grocery
Total
Cunningham Hardware Co.
George Cunningham & Son .
Small & Bucklln Lumber Co,
Bryson & Sous  	
S. J. Davison  	
Iliaekman-Ker  Milling  Co.   .
Anderson & Lusbj  	
B. C. Telephone Co	
\v  Watson 	
Royal City Planing Mills  ...
T  ,i. Trapp & Co	
\'e\v Westminster Gas Co.  . .
_chaake Machine Works ...
44.20
3.00
�� MADE IN CANADA^* I   ��>"* H��USE B00K,NGS
2. ID
78.45 I
21.05
3.00
17.70 j
50.95
38.25
75.60
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
Feb. 23.���Daniel Sully.
Feb  27.���The Burgomaster.
March   I.-Kerry   Gow.
March 3.���Stubborn Cinderella.
March  L9.   Uncle Tom's Cabia.
March 24.���Harry Beresford.
April        Marrying Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28.���The Glngerbred Man.
June  10.���Nai   Goodwin.
Orders   Tak
en Jj
CK
imney
^eeping
Telephone 1G4
Thomas pE
TERc
���   **������������*!
SPICES
Victoria, Feb. 16.���The West Coast.!
Fishing Company, the owners of the
E-qulroalt oyster beds had a mei i-
uig on Saturday afternoon when itj
was decided to Bend Captain Williams
io the east coast In March to purchase ten carloads of oysters to plant
in  the  local   beds  for  the  purpose  of
-____���_��������������� 1 Increasing  the supply.     This will be
W>-NTED���By March 1, girl for gen-L ,.,,.,.,. |ncrease on the number hither.
oral  house  work.    Apply  Mrs. T. S. | ,()   ,,���;,���,,. ,,    aUll   ,.-���.   directors   state
LOST���At Pythian skating rink, lady's
purse, containing money, gloves and
keys. Please return to Daily News
office.
Annandale, 189 Fourth street.
L/OST���'Wlll the pany who took a
large carpenter's plan.: from Edmunds street station please return
i-Vrimo to Walker & Peer's real estati
office Edmunds station, Burnaby.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M., London, Bng.,
that it is wiirranted by the fact that
there is a large demand for lhe product of their beds. The demand is
larger than they have hitherto been
able to supply.
There are at present In the neighborhood of 2,500,000 oysters in the
beds at Esquimau, and the importation this year will increase this supply to   the   extent   of   many   millions.
und of G. F. Sims, Mus.    Baa, Ox-,Mos| o[ th(? oystcrs that are imported
ford,,  England, will give lessons iujtako f(mr _(,ar? to maturf., but in or-
der to keep up the supply part of the
-inging and harmony.
importation will consist  of larger bl-
WANTED���By Match 1st, girl for gen-  valn.,   wMch wll, be readv fo_ tah]e
eral hoUBewOrk.      Apply Mrs. T. S.L8e in on. or  ._.-  yeara>  if they are
Annandale, 189 Fourth  street. needed
The Increase In size in these waters
is from thr;?e to five times, according
to the size of the oyster when imported. The oysters are clean and
of splendid flavor, so much so that
they bring even a higher price on
Seattle market than the local product
at that place. In the near future it
is Intended to invade the San Fran-
WANTED ��� Competent    experienced  Cisco market, where it is expected a
lady   stenographer  desire-    position  good   business will  be  done.
JiOST���Gentleman';- l.i-own kid glove,
near armouries, Finder kindly return to this office.
WANTED -
- n>
experient
ed
book-
keeper, small set
books
to
ke
ip dur-
ing spare
time.
Vldi'f
--S
X.
It. 243,
Daily New
p
Gilley Bros	
Albert  .1.   Hill   	
Total   	
Fire.
,1.  T.   Kirk   	
Brunette Sawmill Co., Ltd.
Brackman-Ker Milling Co. .
Anderson &. Lusby 	
Ik C. Telephone Co	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Royal City Transfer Co. ...
Gilley   Bros	
Mayers ..  Preston  	
S,  ,1.   Davison  	
W. E   Fales  	
,1. M. Ki nny 	
George Cunningham & Son
Westminster Trausfer Co.
.). A. Lee 	
Johnston's Shoe House
Royal City Planing Mills ..
J.  D.  Busking   	
Galbraith & Sons  	
John Reid   	
Schaake Machine Works  ..
A. Coutts	
W. E. Sinclair 	
Archibald   Bros	
Total   	
Health,
D. S. Curtis ic Co	
.$  782.117
20.
125.
II.
3,
���1
46,
45,
40,
17.
5
.11
1
82
15
1.
1.
2.
11.
12.
5.
19,
122
OF ALL KINDS AT
.$ 640.49
in  or  around   vicinity  of  Westmin
ster.    Address
News.
Miss J., care    Daily
PASTOR  RECITES HIS
OWN   FUNERAL   PRAYERS
WANTED���A    married    man    wants,
work; used to all kinds; wants con-1    New  York, Feb. iii.���A special trom
-tant employment. Apply Royal Pa-   Fairfield, 111., to the World says:  The
��� cific Realty. j Rev. Daniel   Basse!   Leach,  an   aged
"���j clergyman  cf  Bona Gup,  was i ild  today thai ti    - a   goin to die.   He asked
i-'OR SALE���Six lots, 00x120 each, cor
ner Richmond and Eighth avenue;
$160 each; cash. A. L. Bryant, 1524
Charles street, Vancouver.
WANTED���Man and wife to occupy
house with other tenant. For particulars address P. O. Box 1, City.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, n.ar library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Dr.
.tones. Royal avenue.
thai his '- ai aaphone be brought to
his bedsid. Into the machine the venerable pas or talked. Besides an address, ��������� spoke some prayers and a
benediction. When Mr. Leach had
finished he bad the records repeated.
Then h. asked that they be used at
his funera'..
Total    $ 2.
Finance for Schools.
It. Lennie  $ ���".
j T. Mowbraj     11.
Gilley  Bros  62
Gilley   Bros  103.
P. Peebles   36.
Mr. Robinson  50.
Ur.-son & Sons   '���'..
j William Beadle    251 .
| II.   Morey  &  Co  9.
Columbian Co  8.
Dr. .1.  H. -lone-     7.
Royal City Planing Mills .... 25.
Anderson & Lusby   is.
Ii. C. Telephone Co  3.
William Turnbull  120.
Vanstone 11. & P. Co   1100.
John Peck   35.
S. H. Thompson  5.
Mayers & Preston  214.
William Wilson   120.
Re a part (30 acres) of the nori
quarter of section  10, township  ' ���
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of ceri
ficate of title  number 1150  F��� issued
in the name of James Long, has i n
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hi reol
in a daily newspaper published In the
City of New Westmlnst. r, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin
ster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
English Watchmaker
Cold Watches for Ladies from $12./".
up.
Silver Watches, gent-' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE
1 Two   doors   from   Ceo.  Adams,  Groce'
i PRINTING
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
SPECTACLES    GOARANTEED.
PHONE 57,
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
��|�� Every    order   placed   with
���J*     us    means    a   satisfied   customer.
Oil
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I Civic Accounts |
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APPLICATIONS  WANTED. Tho following accounts were passed
  for payment at the City Council me t-
ApplicaUoiis for the position of City ln* on Monday evening;
Engineer tor the City of New West
minster will be received by the under-
signed up to March 1, al 5 p   m.
Applicants to state salary required,
jud references as to ability and ex
perlence in municipal work.
W. A. DUNCANOlty Clerk.
City Hall, Feb. 16, 1909.
Market.
1 Mayers fi Preston .
OHIej   I'.ros.,  Ltd.   .
It. C. Telephone Co
J. .1.  Mackay  & Co
Tot.n   	
Parks.
H. T. Kirk  	
Brackmau-Ki r Milling Co
Alex.  Speck   	
F  W. Smith	
Archibald Bros	
Reichenbach	
Adam ���  ��   Deans  	
,$2500.0a
1.
12.
I.
OtRIWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any des-
50J*l**     cription   or  quantity   quoted
on application.
i Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
4��     New Westminster. Phone 388
6.
*20
00; ^j.��j��'H**i"J~H'- ���H~J**I"H*~J~H��*-;
80 j.
oo!
65
NOTICE.
, ,60
7.50
5.3 ���"
12.80
13.15
Light.
��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������  B- C  Electric Railway Co. .
9    ^^ J  Oi-org.  Cunningham <*.- Son
I This ,* tho    II* z",":<::.:::.
Olllej  Broa., Ltd	
And. i-soii & Lusby	
Ii. C. Telephone Co	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Canadian Gen. Electric Co.
ll 77i.i3 is the
Opportunity
Look  over  11.1',';      catalogue
.md make out j our ordi r for
: Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Tn ��� -. Plant*, B ���>��� Supplies, <���!<���.
No windy agent, to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation. No
dela) - of customs,
YOU  "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE  DO  THE   REST.
Royal City Planing Mills
T. J. Trapp &. Co	
j John Reid  	
i West End Grocery 	
12802.92
1.00
.7'!
39.25
7.7",
8.30
1.36
. 301
1.20
2.20
HENRY'S!!
Nurseries!!
Offices,  Greenhous��s  and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,   <h
South Vancouver.
Total   	
lohn Reid  ...
Wilber Smith
Water.
,..$3178 03
..$   i" id
4.eu
I
F������MM��M����MM��MMMM
TO   THE   CORPORATION    OF   THL
CITY OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tak. notice that the culvert, . .,-
ing from i'n, northeast to the south.
west sni. ol Kighth street, near St,
j Andrew* Btreet, In tne city of New
Westminster, Is rott, n, and unsafi foi
travel thereover or thereupon.
W. T. COOKSLEY.
'     Februar.-   13th.  1909.
Total        $
Finance.
J. J. Mackay & Co $
B. C. Gazette 	
Van tone H. fi P Co	
; Mayers & I've ton  	
Gilley Broa  	
IW, E, Fales	
G   N.  W. Telegraph Co	
, B, C. Telephone Co	
: Dally  News Pttb. Co	
: Westminster Press   	
v   .-   Deans	
Royal Columbian Hospital ...
H. Morey & Co	
i Walt.;- J. Walker  	
|C. P, R, Go's Telegraph	
' olumbian Co	
Ge urge H. Hewit. Co	
O.orge R. Speck
Archibald Bros.
i Mra Forrester ���
I J. Z. Hall & Co
Total
Library.
Gilley Bros., Ltd	
Vancouver Dally Province
U.95
45
40
00
50
00
.",(
1��.
,37
,40
,50
..",:",
,00
,45
,00
,53
.00
,10
.00
.69
.00 i
.40 i
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, Intend to
apply to the Honorable Chie. Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore ot
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
about a mile south of the mouth of
Lake creek, ihence west across the
Island to the shore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the point of commencement.
No, 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson district, starting at a post al
the southeast corner of No, I lease,
thence west across the Island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
iir..und to th,. point of commencement
C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 2S, 1909.
Total 	
Police,
on & Morrison  ,...
.    I   Mackay & Co	
S   H. Thompson	
Westminster Transfer Co
I:  W. Cook 	
.$ ll.
4.
1.
1.
Trade Mark*
Designs
mn Copyrights Ac.
... S__nw pB_G_"_%V&_I
rF_��_u_-& tt_-_&nfflri_.eSI
spinal iwHrt. WKbOOt Ctmi-Jo, in tbe
Hi I iiowHitunlriK.
prepaid,   Sold by
Total
.$    21.70,
���WfteE&Mit
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash   Door-,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc,
Fish and Fruit Boxe..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draini
in-..
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminital
 ��... -----__--._. - -        ..
| 0*0��C'40*0*0*OCK>4��*0*C*0400
lh,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
PROGRESS IN SIX YEARS.
Capital   and   Reserve Deposits
$14,000,000
1902 $5,000,000
1908 $8,500,000
$37,000,000
$:2,MC.Wil
15C.Wl.00C
Branches In every Province In Canada, also in Cu     Porto-1
Bahamas   and   New   York   City, \. y
Correspondents throughout  the World.    Business   \    mnU
celve every consideration.
0*0*OK)*040*0040*0*0*0*0*0 C*.
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
Ekurne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQuarrieftCn flour and feed mi.^
FRONT  STREET Nev-   Westminster. Telephon
A Little Good ti
ma
kesabs. hot nre whcnaW
of poor coal sends oui
co m
\
at all.   it li economical to
our coal, becausi    It i* c'
moll W"
goes farthest, makes mo"
leaves very littli   "!'anili^
no more per ton '-'.if"1  '"^
grades.    We  dell
ii    mil *
:l
part of  the OitJ ���
always     Telephoi    Mlllr
to us.
BROS., Ltd.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
��llard Block. New Westmini,ter, B C
ENQUIRE FOB
Family Ra1
AT THE
Royal City l**
Royal Avenue and BiacK'�� &D"
ESDA>-
FEBRUARY  17,
1909-
THE HAILY NEWS.
I'AGE ThKF.K
ALENTINES
MOREY'S
'.
at ot
VALENTINE
POST CARDS
Sent'
-ental and C��Wnlc.
[A Morey's
gil, RINK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
VOKSLEY'S
4}
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I
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>��*|i��.*ft��!J't-��*!t'��'lMll||'l��l<ll ��,|U ��.>!ie��^<n_^_' .-.._ _    .,     ,. ���     ��� _.--
"         w  ���.--���*-,,,--��-r>..-�����������*������.�� ��� M ,**;*i��r*|��4ii||ni||" ttr^
Young People,    Attention !
You  can  receive   Instruction
lu night classes
DOMESTIC FUEL SCARCE
Fdrnic
Residents  Can   Only
Five Cars a Week.
Secure
Fen
Columbian College
in ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING, COMMERCIAL LAW PENMANSHIP.
11.���A     real   Seal   of.
being   expressed   tn |
itua-
THEATRE FIRE WAS
AWfUL HOLOCAUST
="' lll.-V/i'
v town ics   coal supply
& tion, res ..,,,,. to wait for day
'. before the
All or any
from  7 to 0.
pai above Tuesday  and   Thursday  evening*
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
uture :_
)ST CARDS
AK,   n,i\\   ON   SALE  AT
HOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
IkEnZIE'S DRUG STORE and
FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Westminster
ansf er Co.
���   IBs.     Barn   Phone 137
Columbia  Street-
1    rea   prompi ij
pan ol the city.
it and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
��� ��,
Notice.
D   ���   McQuarrl
B, C.   o<
|, . In'ends  to
on  to purchase tlie
���  5ter
t planted   al
,.     ! lOl
t corni
.....
therly, wei
i       f coma*
mon
.1 ���������gi" _RWE,
r. BAQQS
Ac- I.
.���;-.     iliiv'
��� ND ACT.
are able ���,, secure the ne-
c.'--.. though   ihe   mines    are
s-Buat. ... very doors of the city.
The ' - iany will only supply the
local !��� ��� with four or five cars of
coal which amouni is totally
inadev- ,,, mee| the demand,, and
hout suffer   In     consequence.
The ti itl I that the Great Northern
railwa ari dependent upon the Coal
Crei ii,     for  a   gi*eat  portion  of
ih.ill i ���  ly, and  this  big foreign
corporation must, be appeased before
the ,      of Fernie are attended
to. The coal company is working un-
de . Canadian charter and those who
ar.- uttering from an unnecessary In-
nlence In securing fuel for do.
in. ��� ������ purposes are wondering Wiethe] there is no provision in the chart
6 I ip] .. the home marl;,a firs, he-
fori hipping the commodity out of
i tin   country.
Hundreds Burned to Death
At Sunday Evening Performance in Acapulco.
NOTICE.
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  1  the
undersized, E. Mercer, of ;he City ot
New  Westminster,  B.  0., Contractor
having applied to His Excellency the
Governor-in-Council   for  the  approva/
of a certain site for the construction
^^^^^^^____________________________of a wharf and marine slip situate on
tJie north shore of Lulu Island on tht
Mexico City, Feb,  16.���Between 250   North Arm of the Fraser River hav.,
aud 400 persons were burned to death | deposited   with   the     Honorable     the.
and many were injured iu a flre which   Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa,
destroyed  the Flore.s theatre    in    th,
FARM   VALUES   IN   CANADA
ARE   HIGHEST   IN
B.   O
������   :-
a  wide difference   in
the
Th
arm land- according to the
January bulletin of thi census aud
ics branch of the department of
aj ilture. Whii. the average per
v ��� foi all Canada Is given as $35 Tu.
the  ��� ange  In    he differem   ;  n *ini ������
from  $70.10  to  $18 20,     British ���
Columbia,   where  i;,   porortlon  to   the
Cltj of Acapulco on Sunday night.
ih,- news of the disaster only reached
the capital yesterdaj afternoon, telegraphic communication with Acapulco
having been interrupted ou Sunday
night and yesterday owing io the fact
that the telegraph office adjoining the
theatre was burned aud all wires wero
put out  of commission.
The Florea theatre waa a wooden
structure, and ou Sunday night over
1000 people crowded intu It to Wilms a special performance given In
honor ol Governor Dannan Flores of
the State of Querrero, who was visit.
Lng the city at the time. One of the
uiini ers "ii the program c nsi ted
of a aeries of moving pictures. While'
the operator was exhibiting these a
Ji 1 in caughi flre and the blaze quickly
communicated to sum,, bunting which
had been used for dec ative pur-;
po es, In an Incredibly sbon time
the Haines spread to all parts of the
structure There were but thro, nar
row  exits, and the pan'1 au
dience rushed to thei i n In
plans of said wharf and ?lip way
which 1 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 District, together with a description of
the proposed site described by metes
and hounds; and have also depositee!
a duplicate of each In the office ot
the Registrar of Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, in which
Dl ' ct the work is proposed to he
constructed; in accordance with the
requirements of Section 7 of th*
"Navigahk- Waters Protection Art,'
Cop. 115, 1!. S  C, 1906.
Dated at   S'ew  Westminster,  B.  C .
thi   30th  Is    of January, \  I). 1909.
E   MERCEB
irea under  agriculture   fruit   growingl*   be cnlshed "J   ''
jj (choking the way ol escape for others.
irg ....    fi llowed    'ak
li ud, the dec Ine   i.  n
British Columbia    $76.10
1  ���'        ;   "(	
....    17.30
Quebec   	
'
I'riiii'.- Edward I
slan 1
70
Manitoba   	
....    27.30
Nova  Scotia   ,
....    25.00
N.w   Brunswick
 11.40
Sa    atchewan
....    20 10
a   	
.   ...      8.20
Grand Trunk Rv^
wf
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor^_.<i5
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston.
I'll.'      CI*. !! 111 -   Of   the".       . ...     |    w,  ,-,.
terrific.   Owing  to tho with
which  the fire spread, and  ll
heat, was   Inipossib ��� ���<-nipt          	
Irescue  work,   and   those     Impr [son   r And all the principal business centers*-*
literally roasted all ��� ���. b tne i
lire burned with little smokei and]
many were suffocated.
The  efforts  of  the ti ���. i
were confined to attempting  to
ON TARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
^H GEO.  W.  VA -X,
de adjoining building, and  they -ue-   Ag_i8t-_t Gen-, Parap--.er and Ti,
ceeded, so that the proi w;i; ;    Ajrent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
Abolishes  Secret  Service. [small.     The   telegraph   office.
���Viunipeg,   Feb,   16    Th ti   fici   and customhouse v. ��� ed,
Pacific has decided to abolish the se-'bui   all   the  governmenl   rei
ment and will have  registered mail were saved,
onlj   two  m. n  In  the   we     to   look      Yesterday   pitiable   scenes  of  grief
a hat   branch of  thi    ������ vice     F   wen   enacted on the '
_nd -��     ��ill   retain  ihe po       n ol     n      ��� oasi pori
and   have   i hai gi   ol
w,.i,      'i hi   v.- adjusting
lv to  he  left  to  Inspector Ha!>y.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
Tenders fo-vSnops  E.ist of Winnipe-
Si a]  ��� ��� -. :���   ��� ad ' ���    ed to    ���
���'. ��� ���     - iter Land District.
-        t of   Sayward.
hat 1, C. W. Preston,
.     n   farm.     In
��� . olsaton to
li scribed land-:
pmencii .,.-'   planted  on
H :  south  Twin island.
be shore   easterly,
��� :i>.     Bortberly    and
aim of   eommenoe-
whole island eon
��� ���  more or '���������
PRESTON.
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts:
Railway Time Tables
B
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule,
cars leave Vancouver for .New   West
miuster at .".:,*..!. 6:60, 7:80 and K:rt"
a in   aud every half hour thereaftei
iiiii!  11:30 p m.
Cars l-iive New Westminster tor Vancouver at 5:50, ie2t). 6:50, 7:20 and
Natice  of  Application for Further Cer x   qq ..,,,,    .,,,,-j every half
Vancouver   Power   Ox. Ltd.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW    '   OF P. HALL.
Eiglitn  and   Agnes   Streets.
Hours: .Morning, 10 to l-'; afternoon
30 to ',; evening, T:"0 to 10.   Admission 10c,  skates  25c,    On  Saturdays
10 io 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10e. t.,im-
mutatlon tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
      Men. v."men and
u wandered from pi ��� ���  I o ��� lace,
g for relatives and Many   dei nd marked on the enveloi
of the .lead are from tl ��� first families of ih" state, ������ ��� ..! tin-
��� Ing b social ev.ti: of con-
si.i- rable Importance and < ailing out
the wealthlesi  and oldest  Earn [day  of Ma ch, 1909, for the eonstrje-
"Tender for Shops,'' wlll be
���   he ot       il The Commi sioners >.-
the Transcontinental Railway   at
tawa until 12 o'i lock noon, of "
tion ai Ion complete, in av
plans and specifier'
of the i   ' n     .'���:.��� ������   ol  -hops   ��� ,v I
trenches to he dug and in ! of Winr,
main, of  the dead   wen       Plan Us    and    specification-
I may be seen at *he office of Mr. Hugt
ivedlD. Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa
leadlOnt.,  and Mr. S. R.  Poulln.    dial
miles round.   In some Instanc.    whoh
families w ere vs Iped du
The municipal authorities yesterday
caused im
these   th.-  ^^^^^^^^^^^
laid.
According   to    ti I
fiom   here,   recognition   of   in
tificate   of   Approval
I
BOUNTY     ACT.    .908
' TO  PURCHASERS.
.  of the    ^^^^^^
,   ,    ;���.ii ��� entitled to a
by  way ol W*- i
tltute and Btt-t be |
el .   . i by the Act.
' ��� tion is called to Bub-
Hon ". of the Volunteer j
'���5' Act, L908, which provides thAi |
���    of the right of a
the appointment ot a f5'"'*-
|te .it;;,   |    accepted or recognized
��� nl    of  the  interior I
So :��� ..   ;    hereby   yiieu     ij
in.. lo t he notlc^ <>t the . i ..   laj  ol
December, 1908, that, two w - aftoi
..i i ���  application  will be mad.     v\ hi n
. application   i--  in.nle   In  pursua) I
the notice of tha Bald -I'h day >.!  Di
cember, 1908, for a turtbar certi&cat.
of approval (to be iuclud.-d in the one
right of - oertlflcate of approval)  of Iti  furthei
undertaking In the mattei of   h�� con
nil   and   Operation   of  a     ili-l-   ..
track  tramway   from   i    olni
at ur n,ai' the New Wesiniiii- U I  June
tixau  ol   the Canadian   I*a<ilie   railway
where the  In.inch line to the City ot
Westminster branches off to the
Westminster to a  polnl
our there
after until   11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
I  ,.    |, av,   Vancouver for New  Wi st-
,ni,i ti    al   * 00 and 9:00 a m . i nd
ev-rJ    .,,i!    hour    thereafter    until
11   10 i> in
Cgure leave Nes   Westminster tor Van
couver al 8: .m., and everj  half
houi thereaftei _nt_l 10:00 p m  Lasi
cni n :00 9 tn
O. J    M.Quarrie.  Local   Manager,   New
WeR-tiTiin-ter
TEAMS  WANT ED.
Two teams wiih  teamsters to haul
lea a| B. C. F. Hallway camp at Fori
Langley; 20,000 ties; extremi haul one
ind thre.. quarter miles,
Enquli
F. N. SINCLAIR,
Old Gulchon fcflocl
has been an Impossibility
Acapulco  is on  the  ��eSI   . ��� i ;    Of
the  Slate of Guerrero,  an.l  is  one of
tin- three Important ports - n
etfic coast  -if Mexico
L.mb-r Plant Sells for $7500.
I-'.l--!-. H     Veh     16.      1 ii '>    Ol
the Insolvenl Quhr Luni'   i  i   mpany,
located  near Snnh-." i-h.   wa-  sold  at
public auction todaj  to William  Mttr
phy, nf the Eclipse Luml
uf this city,  for $
.      . any
7B00.
struotl
dr.ul.1.
Mew
Great   Northern  .Railway.
\ \\'   9 20 am.  ar   Seattle  1 p M
V.W   I: !- i'"1'
"       _______________________
tn .* '.ot executed and dated after
|<l��te :sf the warrant for the larvd
the Minister of Mttttl.
tnce in favor of tlie volunteer
IREBSTWAT,
mlssloner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
i
CANADIAN PACIFIC
[ATUMTIC steamships
[UVUD UTO
���a lending for friends fn the old
tickets   at   this
money and prevent
-aiis from    Bt.
ml  26.    call for    par-
ED  OOTTLBT,
Agent.
vol-   (,il>'  ol   NeW
at or near  the southerly  end  "1   1'ilU''
Coq.i_itlam. with the necessarj ��lde
tracks and turftouti and branches tor
the passage of curs, teams, cJiniaK"'
and other vehicles adapted to '""
.same and lo build bridges und ex''
'any of the power* a.; let fprt* '" *
tion 96 of the Water Clauses Con*oll-
dation Act, 1897, wiih among
other1 powers the power
fer  and   carry    passengers    i""1
minerals  and  freight  upon   Iho tram
of anlmaii
othei
iii
to tiii.". "-,nS
way by the force or power
I or such steam, slectrlc, water or
motive   power   as   the   Cumi-'"'-
deem cNpodlont.
And  upon  such application ���
usual  innd   necessary  powers
and  effectually  carry  OUl bf
proposed   further iindertakin
applied for. .
Dated ar the city of Va
the Province of British
2Rth day of January,   \ D
VANCOUVER POWER CO.,
H  H fperllne tr-
the
fully
i
\ iv   12: i" b m ; ar   Seattle T:IB
H
^^^^^^^^^^
a m.
I v aeattle 8 10 a.m
l.v.   Sl-Jl'l'   ���  -'���"'   I'U1
p in
l.v. Seattle
a III
in  Seattle l" p m
ar    N W    :
itl.    N.W
p.m.
B:5B
1 I ;30   p m ;   ar.   N.W.   6
G   N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Northern Crown Bank
MEAD  OFTICE
WINNIPEG
A-thori.ed Capital $6,000,000
Paid Up Capital    $2,_-0,000
Our facilities 'or collecting and remitting money should be
employed by ad business men to whom promptness h a consideration.
. ngineer, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notifl  i
t.-nders will not be considered unle
Pa- j made on thi ; rinted forms supplied bj
.  ." ml   lorn rs,   which   maj     bt
had   on  application  to  Mr.   Hugh  D.
Lnmsilen, chief engineer, Ottawa. Ont
Each tender   must   be signed   an.'
sealed bj all thi parties to the t< nd
an.l witnessed, and b< accompanied bj
an acci pt<-d cheque    on   a cl
Bank of ��� 'minion of Canada pi .
le to -������ the Commissloner-
of the  Transcontinental Hailway Cm
���' ,    um ol one hundred thousand do��
I i;l. .  ($ioi ,0< "'
Th.. i hi qui  di loslted hy tlie   |   i
������ ! nder Is accepted will b��   '���
i po Ited  to th    en ,lir  of the ft-1
j Qi ni ral ol Canada as security for I
! Im   and ��� Ithfttl performanci   ol    "���������
.   -      .-, (.- linir    to    Iti      ��� ' ml
v ��� iti i by   parties   whoa*
���  ��� ��� -  (ected  will be  returned
wiihin ten   lays  after the  sisrnin*** ������'
ibe contract.
The right Is reserved 'o rejeci anj
or all tenders,
Ry order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secreta-
Ttie Commissioners of tbe  Tran-cr
ttnenlal Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 80th January, 19d.
Newspapers Inserting this advert!*
m-nt without authority from the Com
missioners will not be paid for it.
     J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C
\-,j. ::!i7 leaves New Westminster |
I 50 p.m., arrive (luichon H p:m. Fri-1
j,,     also connections by  10.10 _.m
excepl  New Westminster Tuesday ani
,  ig Thursday. H	
T- VSsZt __ ___->_��� 51 Advertising and Circulation
except   Onifhon   Tuesday  and
N  ��� __ __��� ____�� ^_-__J   _r^t__i_M__l-��_-l_^-_-i
w.
i  [i.mi	
,;  ;l.m.  Thursday.
f.v. H.W. 6:20 a.m.. :? p.m., and 9:68
p m.  fm*  Vancouver.
l,v. Vancouver 8:3a a.m., I p.m. nnd
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
THE HOME PAPER
Ts   ihe   Paper   That.   Prints   All
Of     the     Home     News.
The     Daily     News
10c   :1    Week. ,
|   The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, .$1 for 3 mos.
;���,  The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
SuhscriptiODS and Advertisements solicited ior (lie above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
p. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22     j
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THE  DAILY NEWS.
WtDNESDAY
THE DAILY NEWS
. should he at once undertaken to pro- Sperling say9 the amount involved i
J vide    for
nients next winter,
increased    westward  ship-  "irregularities   found   is    very    small
,ni Fraser River Service
Published by the Dally News Pub-   "*���ls '"-'XI- winter. Several of the staff had been "reading I
Ashing   Company,   Limited,   at   their      Eighth���Vancouver should  get  busy   ton much into the meters."   They will i
of   Sixth   and   Front ��n -his project.
offices,  corner
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
probably be dismissed.
FebRuary
E. A. Paige.
.Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY   17,   1909.
Ninth-���The establishment of an independent outlet via the coast will
relieve Alberta farmers from manipulation on eastern exchanges whereby
his price is beaten down as soon as
lake navigation closes.
PROVINCIAL   UNIVERSITY.
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP
CONDEMNED BY FARMERS
The iixution of the site of the pro-1 	
posed  university of  liritish  Columbia'    Indian  Head,  Sask.,    Feb.   16.���The;
j.  a matter of  very  considerable  in* Indian  Head   Orain  Growers' associa-'
teres t   to   the   province, and   will   be [tion  at  its  annual  meeting passed  a
warnilj  argued once again  when the resolution      condemning    government
report ui Uie examining committee of I owership of internal elevators.    Hon
university experts shall  he made puo-|W.  It.  Motherwell, minister of    agri-'
lie.      .uch conditions as  attached  to' culture, was present ,and took part in'
the   question   in   Alberta,   where   the   the   discussion.       The   following  offi-
sanie  difficulty    was   experienced, do! cers were elected:
not apply here. The government end-'    President, A.  E.  Wilson;   vice-presi-
ed hy  .iving  the site to  Strathcona, dent,  W.  Oman:    secretary-treasurer,
Edmonton's   twin  city,   thus placating! George Lang;   directors, A. Hamilton.
the capital,  yet   giving  it   to another A, Mayer, R. C. Sanderson, A. Brinton,
city, | Wr. M. Worden and E. V. Cooper
On April 12, 1907, a  statement was I  ������	
made   iy  .Mayor  Kaary thai  a gentle-j SMELTERS SPEND $1,000,000
ian was prepared to give a large sum to abate smoke nuisance
l  money  toward  the endowment   if 	
he university was located in this city. Helena, Mont.. Feb. 16.���The celeJ
��� ml w. have no doubl the offer still, brated smoke case, so-called, was re-!
lolda  good, I sunieil   in   the  federal   court   here   to-
Among  the arguments    which   can Lay,     Witnesses lor the copper corn-]
with justice be raised for the location pany explained that numerous experl-
of the university here are that from ments were now in progress and they !
the very  first   Westminster has been were more than hopeful of the results,
the centre of the educational systems included in thtve experiments i. the'
of the province.     Here are the vari- tallest smokestack in the world at the1
ous  colleges  and schools of  the  Ro- company's Great Falls smelter, which'
man   Catholic   diocese  of New   vVeSt-  alone  cost   several 'hundred   thousand,
minster, St. Louis college, the Nazar- dollars.      A  friction flue dust process
������h eelmnary, and St. Ann's convent, and other inventions bring the total!
-and the   only    Methodist    college in  cost of these experiments beyond the'
British  Columbia,  in  fact   Columbian million-dollar mark. The hearing will'
Aberdeen Mill to Run.
Aberdeen, Feb. 16.���Edward Hulbert
has returned from San Francisco and
will attend to the repairs .and Improvements of the United States mill,
wlltich he recently bought. it t8 -n.
tended to have the mill ready* to begin
running by April 1.
1��j JE
'$yyE3&_
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
��� PHILLIPS,
THE
Waxdrobe
CLOTHIER
TUESDAY,
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND  SAT
Tuesday,
The Eminent Comedian,
Mr. Daniel Sully
in   his   Successful Coniedv
���THE-
Matchmaker
BY   JERROLD   SHEPARD
A pretty story  of romance with many
laughs.      Second  Season  of   Success.
Prices 25c to $1.50.
at 8 a.m., calling at following points;
Hammond, Haney,  Langley, Glen Val-
lev   WluHinock, Ruskiu, Silverdale. Mi.
i
Lehman.    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzlc,
Dewdn.y, Nlcomen Island, Sumas and|
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, ami Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passengi ���
accomodation. Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO.. Ltd.
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster,
Seasonable Coats at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Our finest tailored shower proof coats  we ha,
at prices to tempt the most Shrewd   buyer.     The
besl make of English cravenette cloth, tailored In
fashion.    .Note the  three special prices below.
$15.00 Showerproof Coats for $U.o
Eighteen only of these coats,    plain llghl and dark
black, also neat check and stripe designs; cut  room
well made In every way.    Sizes :;:, to  16,    Regul
last, each   	
*���- lu  -
-���'-ar
'  of u
grey,
t'uwii,
~""a shoulder
nun
college has been Ihe pioneer of higher
education in the province. The good
work it has done has led it to be recognized as the lending educational in-
fctitutlon on uhe coast, and for this
reason alone Westminster has a spe-
���Cial claim on the location of the uni-l
versify.
Another claim which may well be j
put forward for tlie university is that;
a higher educational institution should
J>e located In a quiet community out-]
side the distractions of the bustle of
the busy city. Many of the most famous universities of the world are
located away from the busy haunts of
men. The founders of seats of learning in th.- middle ages chose not large
communities, bul places where studies could le- pursued without con-
Ulctlng interests.
The government own- reserves in
convenient situations so that the difficulty of securing lands is very
slight, and transportation to the city-
is convenient from all points. Every
Influence will be brought to bear on
the. committee of experts to secure
the university in the neighborhood of
Vancouver, or Victoria. Vancouver
has three members of the provincial
cabinet to press Its claims, and Victoria will not only receive the support uf tin- island members, but the
upcountry members who usually vote
with the patrons of Victoria. There
are those who would gladly see a compromise by the establishment of the
location halfway
and
poin
Whatever happens we trust the
committee will be brought here to see
for themselves thi attractions of the
city and district.
While tho different deputations are
^olni; to the capital from this city.
sonu- attempt should again be made
to draw the attention of the executive
to the matter through our member.
continue several  days.
DISMISSALS   TO   FOLLOW
INDEPENDENT   AUDIT'
Victoria,  B.  C, Feb.  16.���The independent  audit  which has ben in pro-1
gross in the  local office of the B. C. !
Electric company appears to be drawing to a close. For some days a staff
independent of those usually employed in the office has been in charge
, going fully into the books.
i It. H. Sperling, general manager, is
sending Secretary Hope to Victoria to-
| night   to   adjust   matters   here.      Mr.
Get the Habit
of buying your Crockery. China,
Glassware, Enamelware, Tinware,  Stationery, etc., .at
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given tha: the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited in th ��� Land
Registry Office in the City of New
Westminster. British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of Its
Westminster-Chilliwack Rallwaj Erom
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 sec-
t'ons four (i) and five (">j o; th - . .1
railway as shown on the said pian
and approved by the Chiel D
sioner of Lands and Woiki fo
Province  of British  Columbia.
I    Dated   this    12th   day  of  January,
11909.
1 A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for Vancouver Power Company, Limited.
$20.00 Showerproof Coats for $16.00
Only ii limited number at thiB price and they sure
These coats we have sold all Beason at $20.00,   The
to choose from, light and dark grey,   fawn,   black,  a] ,
120.00,
a bargai.
���  ' nice range
check am
strip.- designs, a  full  range of sizes.     Rjegular   pric
special prlci
oat,
i V!
$26.00 Showerproof Coats for $19.00
If you want an extra special value hen- It is, thi ���
house for $19.00, made by Lowndes Clothing com nanufactur
of the famous twentieth brand.   For quality and bi   ���   -h
leaders.   We are showing this line In black,   brown,   fawn   ->��. n
light ami dark grey, also fancy check ami  strip.-
linings, Quest of trimmings, up-to-dati
lustr,
pi Ice
in . .
$26.00, our special clearing price
the I**I
R ;
via I
i
PHILLIPS,
THL WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA  ST. tr
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TENDERS WANTED
SPECIAL
TODAY ���Leather
.' ags,  _."c each.
Hand-
Tenders will be received    .-   the undersigned up  to Monday,    the    22nd
| inst., at ." p.m. for supply of clothing
i to  the City   Police   and   Firemen   for
the current  year.
Specifications  can  be  Been  ai   my
: office.
The lowest or any tender noi   neo-
essarily accepted.
W. A   DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City Hall, Fe'.   11, 1903.
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
order, and makei- NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME.
The
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New Shoes
New Shoes
New Shoes
^'wesli^r^r'-L^Tabu in Oui* stoi'c is piled ceiling high with thousands of dol- \%
int like Central Park. &W * . �� l\
92 lars worth of New Spring Goods.   We are showing g
all new ideas in
ii
THE WESTERN ROUTE.
Ihe following conclusions drawn by
the Calgary Herald for the western
grain route are a- applicable to this
city as Vancouver: (
First���The    w)i. at    markets of  tin- j
world  ue accessible to lhe farmers of |
Alberta  through  Pacific  port-  if  proper encouragemeni    Is  given  to the
traffic.
Second���The trade is in its Infancy |
is yet and can only be developed toy
certain changes    In our   wheat  merchandizing system.
Third���The Manitoba Grain act, In
its present form, ;.- not suitable to
the export grain trade of Alberta and
Is especially detrimental tb westbound
shipments.
Fourth���Certain proposed changes
in it have been outlined, by the .adoption of which ai the presenl session
of the Dominion parliament the siiip-
nent westward of Alberta's next crop
.ould be greatly  facilitated.
Fifth���Terminal    facilities    at    the
oast .are  absolutely  essential   to  the
I'licltlc route if it Is to become nn important factor in the export business.
Sixth���These facilities can only lbs
assured us the permanence of the connection  becomes  appurent.
Seventh���Temporary    arrangements
Modern Footwear
No store in the country can surpass us in the variety
of Stylish and Good-Wearing Shoes.
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OUR WINDOWS ARE FULL OF
SOME OF OUR LEADING LINES.
THE PRICES ARE MARKED PLAINLY ON THEM ALL. NOTE HOW
LOW THEY ARE.
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Weitminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN B.C.
W. C. CHAM BER LIN
COLUMBIA   STREET,    NEW  WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch   M  rementi
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Jeweler L
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.114,400.000.0"
111,000,000.00
-ranches throughout Canada aud Newfoundland, aud   in
New  York, Chicago aud   Spoaane, U.S.A., and  Mei      City.   A
era! Banking  Business Transac f>d.
.Otters of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents la all inm o!3|
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     De[>0-lts  received ln sums of $1 a_. u;*W|
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate),
Total Assets over $1C8,000,000.()0.
NKW WE8TMIN3TER BRANCH M   O.  BRYMNBR, -MM*!
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
NGNEI.ENT I ANDERSON       Columbia SJ
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer o!
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specialty.
rel- m- Office   Eight itrs-l
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
P. O. Box  474.
Tel. 53.      Be3'I
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Gasoline Engines]
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engine'|
1 tf to 25 h. p., 2 a" I ��� ('-V('le' *
value on the market,   Engim
stock at
..Westminster-
IRON    WORK-I
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor,
Central Meat Market !MS,reef- ��� mm
Corner Eighth St. ana
Fifth Aveniie
PHONE  37a
BOWELL & ODDy. Proori.tor*
* . .i   **?,.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
sultH made to order.   Perfect tit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i:��*l
for   CONRAD,   OABCBOBB,  '
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON anon
BANKS. Dally train- (except .
xprt*��"  ���
at
niain1
uia;
carrying pastiengei'!-
freight  connect,   with   -:a'"
cross   and   White  Horse, i"il
a thorough winter service.
Eor information upP'V t0
Man-P''
I'S'I
J. H. ROGERS, Tr��l!lc
IT  PAYS TO ADV
���IN-
T H  E       DAILY
Westminster's H<>���
ERTISE
Nl*J
paper. wB0NB80AY,   FEBRUARY  17,  1909.
THE  D A IL T   N] R s
Page PWf,
"i,i ;,i::ii swres
T. H. Smith
'hr Last ,Stin.e
Whirl in
Underskirts
Skirts up to $8.50 for $3.25.
i   i  IM Silk More-n iDndersklri      ncludlnj     <     .ompleti
British manufacturer.''' samples, in all thi nev  stnmnei shades
'riu. |   ,,���.   o   Bhe Wggeai .snap-- yet offered  ai    .v   ikirti an  of the
,.,-..   _lghes    tjuality   silk  moire  and   elabora ���       _ni_he_    . olon
Black  ���'���''''   tawpe- tour-hades ori green  oardlnal   wlm   heli    silver
��� i   etc., up to $K-M) each    JtfJ  go D{     , $.';._.'
$9.00 Black Silk
Underskirts for $4.25
. (fan Taffeta Underskirts,  well mat
���    iit-ed  and   pleated      Reg-ula* JB.OO
;   a i.";,;
if
$4.25,
*���-   ���-*   ++:-+4% "-���������"���*  '*���
' '    '�����   *��� *���* ���*���   *
ICity News;
���   *���*���   ���-* *��� ."���+****��:-'**':*
+ 4>.      #.#..     #-������
'''���'��� '������ Diozo cabtnets, haatf
: i      'ooni
years
germs       for] bou
'"''���    '      ' if 1    ft eKrfrnile.tei   OOUU
���"���     v ������     hOli .'i, i.vir,,    -v.ci.Hi    -';���
���������   '��� i.t   i.i- , venlng ai Hh<
....
1   decorations aud
��� iclalty. Kii.r   i
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Rl    MP'   Did  Yo<>  H<*��  Swu-Amj
���***��������    ���   IVop?  ::::;:
v;" "",,ln" ""   "   "" ���'    'h-tn  In Italy at  the recent e-.- '
QUake     Kverythini: sol,   to   cash at Htartlingly low prices���Sec-  po-   -
Don'1  "'"    '*"       '   "'   '   " I a i  .ttthd.    We can give vmi    'in fm-
uieii ���(   selection   :'���* 19 10  up,
''"' '' "'"   ''''"���   "      '' '  ���'    rocker ?   v   giv<     ������   -      ��ong   ant
 "    ""'���"        olli   oak   from $2.81  Dacl  Up
"' '<    -l  ani   ���--   .  ���   i    i , ..    ,
Tid>.
a-*
.������-- ol the Women's
o    Sl    Barnabai   church   h
Knook th< cove! ott _ box of "B.
���"���' ���"���'' i -���. . ��� one fl win rrmke
a "hit: ������
'''li'    Do . ;. bil .'    .",.. 6g<    rflgbj    ream
will    Indulge    in j,     practice    game
against  !,      v.   composed    ranir,,
ci'..'   bai i   ���     i-  .-.   Moofly square tbi^
:������������! o ae at 4 o'clock
\ good i an InvaWiahl!
I *- 'i   luxury hut   a   ne.-r--.
I ;27t- and let .- renova*<
..... Dye Works      **
_e g "���-!.   hit evening. When
irogramrne will be p ���<
local talent.    \\  the   ��� loi
0 ��� In ment i-efroHbmenrs will
b<       ".'''l ),���  the ladle*-.   An admi*-.,,
115 cents will be charged.    The
proceed*  will  be flevtfted   ro   church
���
l&vana   cigars of    exclusive
he "B -illante,"   made   _j   the
B   .'.   Clga    ���'���-."tory ���*
LEES Furniture Emporium
LKK'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New WestminsterJB.C,
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
Easy Terms
Special Purchase of
New Dress Tweeds
$1.00 and $1.25 All-Wool Tweed.-, for I'
been fortuaa     Is .-��� n   40
; rand Ni ��   Season's Tweed; tat. -
.... f- inches  .....    nd is good   aloe at $1.2,
���   for ���women's and missi - .......   -,-,-.-
cha-ming range of patterns  :      elect tr R s La   5" 0
for   . 65-c  yd
|An Unique Offering, Indigo
Prints at 10c Yd.
'<    o   Police ���       ���        at
���������:������       B.   <
���   ���'-" ��� ���'!'..���   and  heard ihe
...   ��� . : at :���> tu-rn-v ���      \.       ..   esoap-
from Vancouvei   where she had beer, that Institution, and he wai
spending   -,   couple  oi   weeki visiting Foi  I   al    This is the man
I -.-. Mr.      .'  .ff.inl      Master WAS   living   n.ai     \<->, ih   1   I
���    '��� ���������������������!   house on   Thiri,
��� ���- ��� in t-ood t'-ptfft; on olt*.
Price   $2500.    Terms   $ioc
ea-h.  balance on  monthly  payment!
in*e,..-     5    -.     cent       MOVE  QUICK.
Morgan Clifford returned to this ci
���with Mi-. lVr,   ���
Dye
AH dealers handle "R.
Sport      .- iga *       The
 ds.
v    -.nd "Old
old   reliable
, *-*0* -���. -*, >*v04OO*a3*('^l',laK'>*O*O <
Th,    ..,     .  . ��� .  l'   Ti*em1->fiin
a child fi'iout iv.,-, j-wirsold iooi\ place
yesterdaj ta the Oddfellow?' cense-
Rei W. H Barraclough, official
ing. Tbe body wa- shipped from
Ladj Miiitl-,   w* i  . ���...,,     .-. ���
place
������
Row   .v   Camillla   ��� "-
-. grown in Calif irnla
Bran,
; ni
..    ighi to prove Interesting news  *     mothers
Warranted Faat Indigo Dye   Prints         10 i  I     The
Ir--- ���: ���    :;; come in navy ground-- with whiti   lot stri and Boral
j              .--_-.   There Is also about   IE  pieces  of Ugh md  medium
'-..: going tor    10c  yd
I500 Yards of Fine
Victoria Lawn at 9c
urcbasi  of Bni  Sheer Victoria Lawn   (6 Inche   wide, suit
. w;ii--;t-. etc.. Sent to us on    consignment at :'..;  pei
gular price    To concentrate  local  I ���  and  to demon-
ability to sell at bottom j.ric.'s we uill sell thl   line oui
fi      9c  yd.  or 12  yds $1-00
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for
[Women's   Ready- to - Wear
MacKay s Bookstore
( ffice and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a;id Office
Supplies
.ton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
in thi " indoxi ol \\ E Fale - store
on Agnes  street i   a  framed cun  of
**-.,-���    *i oi k   Hera .   on   *
1805,    containing  th��?  Intelligenci   ol
the assassination of  -braham Lincoln
He  la  displaying  thU   in  connection
with the centenarj i       i atton
Guard >*our heme against contagion
and disease b) g.-tiin-* a Dtoso cabl
net, eiiii $iop Ornamental and - i
f.u years  Dunn .*- Clai k    phone 33-1  **
\ prlvati skating pai j ... i upled '���.
Boor nt the Pythian skating rink from
ten ,.', i.n iv until midnight yesterday,
about thlrij tu-.- eouplei tvaitstng t.<
the .i, ( onipanlnu nl ol sultahle music
The pin i> ��,i ��� oi vie ��� ,i bj BI Qouli
West  Mai Donald and  Harrj  Tidy.
\\   A  QUI. > ho    -;. .ii up the > it." '
to raise the sunken Favourlta f.e (la
tiiln  Urn. e off the <''!  I i.     ��hin f. uu.I
ii k- not Improbnbli   thai the englni
win in. taken out, and Ihe hull abahd
imeil. us ii I- m.i belli .nl the expense
nf rnMim the boai would (varranl th
undertaking ' ping ntti mpled
the police heard of hi.   v '������ ���������
. 6   -i ���.! him ������.ri ihi   ��� ������
������...-, .- -     Thi   ..;,.   too.
.   ���   boa    fn      Wright   island
907.
' ���   '��� aba*        homi
.   be  '���    ������'��� . able."
��� '��� tatlons an.
��� ��������� a ������   | ���-' ��� di.-.   ������������..       ���- possible
��� ���     '���     affair will    wind    up  with
��� Ing. '*
The Hi   M   ��� - ondenslng cmopanj
'-....���     ������   ���. old condensi l
 -  nea   ������-..   f  ��� -    bi ldg��
...   actlvel;   tu aing    out    eon
.Mm of the first ismples
' at the Dall;  N'ewn Offic-* >*ester-
da- h   iiie.'i  rhe   i>   i'   Cl< ������
vi.i  ha -   ���   . - ������ esqui   ' ���' ��� I
,.   purple  clovei   attached     The
.r    owners  ar��    German-American
a   v,i,en   whose Ihterests ave in the
.,.. i - ,-! Mi   Fredenhagen
rhe Rei   Di   McKa;  ol  \ ancoui ���
;. cture al  Knoj church   '->.   ���
ton, Thui sdaj  night    ubjt -:     v.. tn
n    p ���  entatlon ol  ,;"   fri lent ���__==_=__=__:
On.  Problem   mi.i    the Future Pros
pectfl ol Canada        Vdml ��� Ion  ''���   ''
Hi.   chargi   again i   thi     fapanese  \\'|i(-n  -,,,)���   \\-;i*i;
.   -i.iiiiiiiii    l,..-|.. ,     I   In     M-liivleil    ,,r '
,.'.i ,1,uu .   in.,in j   i.i   fai..    pi ������!.... ���
Hn    ii nil    d ;,t thi  ��� IIi  polli.- ��� "'"I
i.^i.   i.n      \   ��;i.. ant   ha -   been  Is-
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R  PEARSON, M^r __
MONEY    TO    LOAN
OkRt Your
���c
Shorts,       OM. Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn.        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Paltry
G��_haffi Flour. Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, B:tc, Etc.
JILL   ORDERS   PROMPT! V   DELIVERED
11 ALL Bk( )S. & CO.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.
LTD.
t\  0.   Drawer 100.
Phone 97
GROCERIES
It- =1    ll!!!!--'     1>.'     !
Ideal Soda !''��� i
sir
'8c
For Orst-Olasl CUt  nmvprs ;iiul    Hll>
kind   <>r    Floral     work,     telephom
lliivi.   ���'   Iliee.illiill .. ,   H'.'IIS ������
Included   among thi  illvei    medal
lists who win lake pat I in tin* it  T
nf T  gold medal elocution oontesl m
i^i n's   avenue     church   tomorrow
evening  will  be  Ethel  Buckland  and
Helen   SIiiiw,   id  thlH illy.
.lack on, of Bui u.iiiy     In
ti���. recitations,   an  InWrestlng vocal
ami in itrumental program will be rw
ilered
���||,,    ||ii|r    |(,, ur*   < In.ral   and   lir'im
,ni,    ,,, ni v. ol Vain ouver, win  pM
ii. ,i foi  ':''   appi iratttse ol B boj  Who   Huntlpy * y-.'-.u, Mi-cn|H-| 2 pk 25c
failed to an wei a Btimmotts tot doing Big Wftvel Orange    pei <\m     ..file
wilful damage   the nature ol  which  x,,  , highland Potatoi      ���     $1.25
appeared  according   to  the   evidence
of l.ula Blngll, that he threw hi= mat
look  and nv, .ui a  I.ip nine Wood pile,
.I.. ii���i Ihe die  handles
Messrs Hnnii f. Clark, with ..fnc*
hi the Settlers' Association, iiegide
..." i. nn- ihe agenl foi tMoso i ibi
nets. ,n .mail ornamental metui Hirnii
ftlled with a eOtti ot crystal which will
in ��� r��.i ii'in- and not only purify the
air of any room i'i wltiob II hangs, bul
win   Ue"p   away   files,   mosquitoes,
ami HarryIgerms Bnd con-.uiiii.tii'!. tnim-obes **
iddltlO_ to
I'll.. -      tckag   l I    ������ - for  .. .      10e
lllli,  . I- m   i.i   '    ..    - ..,.!���.   ..r,      (0c
Milk (Canadian bi ind!       25c
Corn and Pes        ��� 10c
pomatoes   tWc pel 25c
Tea= ami coff^- are ti Bpebldltj With Us    '      I jjad ���:������  Dl Plakawana
Ceylon I-;, al let hree ponttds foi |i.(W)    Besl  _to.htt ahd    ''���.���> ��������� h
ground coffee, 40c pi   Hi   ot we eah eiv-* yoti the besl rain   !- lhe city for
IBe per II.
ADAMS & DEANS.
Ea,
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News DeyJer.-*
The recent announcements tegard
int; i.ie oonslructlon of nn electrii i n
!ln<- between VaflOOUVel l'or) Moody
nni New Westminster, the Intention
of iIn. Northern Pacific to run over the
q. \ ii track lo the coast, und the
sent a '���'"'' "Mj ,||r" Me-t-j" and nn forthoomlng developments of the cn
operetta rwo Blind Bkagara," In ll aadlan Northern, hate togethet i ttlsed
|.,. iinti on   Monday   e-venint- ritrhe n lively lnteresi la land M ',|"
,,, .���        \  lull iiinii  Rrlll assist I 'l"v     le.iHeiii   Bldl    trf   Hu'iuiliv   lake,   pur
tetto In   thi   rendering or Bulllvan'i   iicularlj  along the Ounfl i"ad.     Not
i., . chord "     Tlcki ta  f"r Ihe  c* i
.--*
'��������������<
'ectric Railway Service
,,,,.   ii. mi   -ne at Latery'g bnk
TV
\  ,,,, i ii uiii'i   Bei tba  On ol
,,.,  i.i,,,, 1.1-,   in  fOUl   Im.us from intest
olson Dg   Jit    Hi-    ��K"    <it
months ��nd t1*" weeks, bavi&g    - ���
,-,,, |j picked Dp some nnwtooleson*
11;   Rotfawell, a�� ooroaer, nt
��� !., tli     and  the  tetei
1;,,. r,.  look   place  yesterday   at    lhe
Catholic  < ��� meter*!     '(he parent-, ti i
��� . Ii'l ,    t.'iken   Up  ihelr  f-SldSnt I
, lay now passes without enqtili ic^
(VJ rlslts tnadi b) land seekoin in this
,, ighboi hoo i   ���!''' h Is already fairly
... >l|   Settled        Aui'.rm     Balei   effeeli'l
during ih-  pasi f ���  flays is one of a
tin arn   plot  on  ���>������   north  aide  of
(...in,   road   nt   12-0  per  nrrf.       One
.,. n i i- ilaffeing his holding Of 10
acres ��nd another is ontilng up Dome
10 k-t-s Into three _er�� i<-">     Several
deals are likely t<*> be closed within Hie
tie ll  few day
Interurban Line.
Vancouver   and    way
���  H   run  ever>-   half
"ii   5; 30   a. m.    Last
tt 11 p   m.
Vancouver at
Is ,xit    every
toe  beck Sap-
ltm_ti over the
City   Line:   Cars   leav-   I
office on the hour, twenty mi-
ir.es   after,   and   forty   mlnot
after, commendsg at ���> -0 -
Sapperton   Lme:   far
ar.  ten  minutes after  Ike
half past and fifty minute*. aft��
the  hour,  con-mencina;   ���
a. m.
Sunday service h.ilfh.  ���
>������ ������,-. ���      i a   ind '.'   i iVi
In  the  di
Th
Henr,   iv. jti      m   inmate  Of    Hie
Koyal foliimliian hospital for the past
���hree  weeks, died  at   thai   institution
ital   atWncei . r(]gy pvpn|nz ff0m ,��������� trouh)(.
He Wgs ft-O0( of :<ee. and Is
-urviveii i>y (wi. brother*,
hill.    Happertim.    las.    evenlntc
i.--ended,   and    the program
. Included many niimher-i r
.   entertainment at fe, Barm-ha-
An nnfortunate   clfcumstal-le took
hail test week, also totrodaeed   ��� h     place at the Bowlers' hannupt at the
..(,-       Arthur   I".   Fli-own   was.Jtne-el]   hotel  last   evening.       During
i. reived   in   hU  recitations,  and   the progress of the '"'"I Bam South.
igaln showed his  capacity a-i an  en   one  of the  hest  howlers  on   the  AII-
A   r;   Williams, the pop-    s-.n- Vancouver ���cam. was seised with
,     .i   .���    gft^e   .i   number  of  songs, I violent pain, and had to assisted from
r which h<�� wi-.  -ncor.d      The pUAO the room.     A doctor was summoned.
and  the man  taken upstairs.
I
Live Stock Insurance |
(lav- you .-ver thought cf tke hundred and one chances Of Io--
i mu .(.ur fine horses md other live stock by accident, flre or disease?
I represent a rella de Canadian oompany, which will In
RiilrnaN- aeain^t death  from ANY or EVERY can-..
No veterinary Inspection required and nn red tape about aopll
calloi!-     F",n'|iiire fer particulars
H  .on have never lost an animal now is the time to in-ur
you cannot tell how soon your turn will come; th.- Insurance om
pany Is better aide to stand the loss than you.
If you have losf one or more animals then le: tne have your application now |o protect yon from future losses.
MOtTAI/   Ho not wait till the  horse   is   -dolon he" t-lnir
the stal'le door
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
'riM^H Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Id
He���
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1
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"** �������; ���������������������������� ���������^���������*
,.. nf Mlaaea Mitchell and Thomp-
i,;n  sraiiieil   inutil  appreciation.      The
, Rr.sia of Summer-' again pre-
i.nt.d an int.resting tableau, local
ulrls taking part.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNE8DAY:   PE_Ruary
A
PACIFIC
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RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train  for  Agassiz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservu.
pons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Now Westminster
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Ulus-
trated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Labor Men Present Long
Petition to Government
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.
Vxiicouvor.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
.lust arrived���Full and complete stock Granite ware, 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.
Victoria,     Feb.   IC���A
i numbering 30,  representative of  the
I liritish   Columbia  executive     0f     the
trades aud labor congress of Canada,
| waited on the Provincial Government
' yesterday and submitted many important  matters of interest io the wage-
i earners of the  province  in  the hope
thai   legislation  along   ihe   lines   suggested might be brought forward. The
delegation   was   introduced     by    the
members   for   Victoria,   aud   was   received by Premier McBride und Messrs
Bowser,   Taylor,   Voting  iand   'Carteit-
Cotton.
Among those who were present with
the delegation were Chairman U. p.
Peitipiece, Mr. Feeney, president of
trades council iu .New  Westmin-
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1 UL Made in south bend KillN VJL
HARDMAN & CO.
��������� Sole Agents ��� ���
the
ster;   J.   II. McVety, president of the
Vancouver trades council; \v. W.
Savers, vice-president of the Vancouver
trades   council,   und     J,   C.   Winters,
gation, used, subsidized or assisted emigration,
aud respectfully a-sk for ihe discontinuance of this policy by your government.
"2. The abolition of the- election deposit, and request the removal of all
restrictions to a free franchise in this
province.
"3. The necessity of the appointment of a factory   inspector.
"4. The importance of .an extension
of the government policy of supplying free text books.
"Li. The desirability of ihe government taking steps to have the sanitarium at Tnanquille taken over, and
having same operated and maintained
us a  free   public   Institution,
"ti. The establshing of a provincial
bureau of statistics.
"7. All governmenl work to be done
t y  day  labor.
"8. Asking the government to extend the scope of tbe act exempting
the funds of labor unions from uttach-
president of the trades council in
Victoria. All of these spoke before Ue
member, of the executive.
On the question of Immigration
Chairman Pettipiece was assured by
Premier McBrlde that the arrangement which the provlnci  had with the
ment, to realty and all other property
of such organizations,
"'.i. Recommending to the government assistance to nighl schools.
"10. Favoring the granting of licenses n> handloggers.
"11.   To ask the governmenl tu es-
"J^" WELLINGTON
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
p. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
"The Milwaukee"
Synopsis ui Canadian
Regulations.
A_y available i;,���, ���,
In the railway ben ,.L llril.!"s^
bla, may be homesteaded bv ��! ^
Who 18 the sole head of a 2>
.any male over 1. years oi age
extent of one-Q.uarter section'
acres, more or le--.-
Lntry must be   a
' the local laud oil
to tbe
ut ii*
'Thp   Pioneer Limited,"
Chicapo, "Short   Line
Chicago,    "South     West
Kansas City to Chicago.
I'fcrsionaiij��
��� ^e llatrit,
St.  Paul  to'which the land i
M
Omaha     to i proxy may, how. .-      ,
tntrj i,
I'i'-iii on
Limited"! tain conditions bj     ��� -at_er
son, daughter, brother or 8-8j ~
the service on any
world that equal in
of the Chicago, Mil-
Kailway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence, of
service not obtainable elsewhere,
Nu trains in
railroad in the
equipment that
waukee &  St.  Paul
aotiKt
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to��I
torin the conditions :uu_ecu-' ^J
with    under   one    of tbt   loilomM 1
plans:
(1)
At least s'.x mutr-Ds'
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134 Thlr
H. S. ROWE,
1  St., eor.  Aid
General Agent,
���r  Portland, Or.
gov-
and
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster }
A.   HARDMAN. A. JAMES. J.  McCLUGAN. X
���- ���'<.!' Canada, and represnetatives of or
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Salvation Army   to   bring immigrants  tablish  the  following  conditions
to his province was now  being closed' enilng employment   on all w'ork-
up, .and thai Immigrants would noi be industries  In  this  province.
assisted In u simlllar fashion In    the     "(a)A legal day of noi   more than
future.    The  other  Important   recom- ,s hours; of not more than 6 days pei
mendatlon   brought   to  the  notice of week,
the government wis that of the prov-     "lljl Minimum wage,
Ince assuming the ownership and oper !    "^0)  Payment of wage- at Intervals
ation of public utilities, such  as coal not greater than two weeks,
mines, telephones, canneries, etc.  This!    "1--   We   are   furthei-   Instructed   to
muter was spoken  to bj  .1. C.  Wat-Urge upon the government ihe necess
ters, the local delegate.    The petition lt-  "f ���'��� assuming the ownership and
In full, as laid before the government. |operation  of public  utilities,  such as
was as follows:
\\'e.   the   British
You Will Make
a big mistake If you do not come to
our store when you want furniture for
n,n\ room in your house, whether II be
B
ig
or little,
a   littli
N , matter If you have onl*.
Money
tl Vt
if   the
Columbia   execu-
hades and labor congress
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coal mines, telephones, canneries, en-
All oi which Is respectfully submitted."
I'l'.'ini. i  Mill:Ide ami his colleagm -
ganized labor of this province, desire assured   the  delegation   that   all    the
to  submit  for your favorable consid- above matters would receive the B��v*
. mment's serious Consideration. Chairman  Pettipiec.   and a number of the
you can make i; go farther If you come
than  If   you  go   anywhere blse
Whatever you warn in any line come
here first
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
eratton Borne of the mo e importan)
"matters of interest to the welfare of
wage-earners of British Columbia, as
follows:
"I, Immigration, On this question
we desire to reiterate and emphasize
om- protest aciin-i the policy of bon-
other mainland delegates will remain
in the city for some days and will
cntinue to urge the government along
the lines suggested in the above petition.
When you want any kind of repairing done, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriter, or any light automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man   on   the Wheel."
upon and cultivation uf the lanj J
each y.ar for thri a   ears.
(2) If the fathv , ���.;.-;,k.|
father ls deceased), .,- u,e 'h i
steader resides upon . [.rm ;, .J
vicinity of the land tut'-red >MiA
requirements as *. i lence ma-J
satlsQed by such person residing lfl
the father or mother.
(3) if the 3etller has his *ietitf|
ent residence upon farming and ol
ed by him in the -..   ...-, of his to
stead, the requirements   as toi
tlence may be satl        |     reside
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in *.-. r.-.ingslt^l
be given to the Corcui; -:D-.-.I
inlon Lands at Ottawa .' ;'l:wh|
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal i   ��� : ���
leased for a perlo-l if ���'���-��� -.���ii.nl
at an annual rental ot Sl i (I
Not   more   than 256* ;' jl
leased to one ind'n ��� paifI
A royalty at the raT- ' five '.till
ton shall be collected on ��� HH
���haiital.le coal mined,
W. W, CO'.'.T, .
Deputy of the M nlster   ' ' ��� '���':'"
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Is   the  Papi r  Thai
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The Perfect
Is lhe PRAIRIE BEEF Sold By
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
It is Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. I/_D*
B80AY,   FEBRUARY  17, 1909.
THE DAILi' NEWS.
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'SEDITIOUS PAMPHLETS       \Jap pieaJs for MACKENZIE AND MINN HOLD
SCATTERED IN INDIA     r_.���_,���_   _,    VALUABLE SILVER DEPOSITS
In.   Refe    tel to  as  Tyrant���Natives)
Incitcc to Rebellion By Educated
and   Intelligent   Leaders.
Equality of
Races.
New   York, Feb  16.���Tetruzo  _to, a
j former member of the Japanesi   Diet,
; osl serious phenomena j addressed an assemblage ol Japanese
���   on against  British  rule J students in New York Last nlghi  who
Viceregal Government . met   to discuss   means ol   promoting
harmony ..-tween the Orient and the
On
in   i
of Indii     ,a ui contend is the dlstiibu
tion
among the native, of j Occident, particularly as related to the
ivamphlets.    It ie  no Becret   United  States,      This  u  the  second
thal ubversive  movement is  fos-, meeting of Its kind held in New  York
'Miraged by highly lntelli-! recently. Eto spoke in Japanes.
genl an,i often well connected Indians
win. are studying at English universale   <)���   are for other reasons
I in  iliis cdii: try,
which
was translated into English as follows:
"The   question   of  harmony   Is   the
'ynig; most   vital .and   fundamental  one   in
the  solution   of all   differences   which
Quantlti,       of    seditious    leaflet- riaVe caused so much*agitation,   Some
printed in Eu ope are being shipped to citizens believe erroneously in the Im-
Bombay  and   Calcutta,   when.;,-   they i possibility of harmoijizng the two civ-
are clandestinely distributed  through-jilizations.     They seen   to  think   ihatj
I out the interior.   A copy of one partic-.the Caucasian is the supreme rue- and  bellingham canneries
Reason Why Lake Superior Extension
of C. N. R. Is Being Rushed Explained by  Magnates.
Ton nto, Feb. in.���It la understood
her- t-tat Mackenzie & Mann's mln i
engineers have reported that silver
deposits exist ln paying quantities all
the way trom Cobalt to the head of
Silvt i isle, off Fori William, and that
the Canadian Northern magnates have
Becured many claims and purpose
working them. This is one reason why
the Lake Superior extension of this
road Is to be pushed rapidly during
the coming summer.
Mr.  Mann  denies  securing property
al   K  ml iop-  for terminal purpose
TO  RUN  TO CAPACITY
|Ularlj   violent   anti-English   pamphlet, that   all  oilier  races   have  the   taint
obviously printed in England, has just ae  well  a    the tint of color.    While
been  received here,    it is a counter- the  Chinese-Japanese  war  made  thel    Bell   rrhani,    Feb.      16.���Announce-
| blast to King Edward's friendly mes- Western   races regard   us    something ment was made today by D Campbell
.sage of last November to the princes different    from whal  they  bad    first vice-president and manager of the As-
,and people of India. thought, It also liatl another effect, for I m���,H  ��  ������__.    a      ,    _    , ���     ,,
i     .,,, , ... I l'JIIU &  Puget    bound    Packing C-in*
i li.- pamplet, entitled,   The historic' it  mad- the Westerners nervous and
I Documents,"    refers  to King  Edward   they   began to cry  about  the  'yellow
| throughout   ;;.-  "Un- tyrant," and    be-j peril,'yet the Westerners who thought
Kin-; ��� th,at Japan was able to beat China be-
"The tyrant has issued a new edi-  cause of the latter's weakness never
tion of the proclamation of 1858, which| thought that Russia would be whip-
I was styled bj fools 'the Magna Chart- ped. This dream having been broken
, er of nldia.     When    the     so-called the Westerners now begin to fear as
Queen's   proclamation   was  first pub-; well   as   despise   us.    This  seems   al-
lulled, in 1858, our patriotic ancestors together due to their mi-taken idea
j were  still   carrying  on  that  glorious   that   the   Japanese  are   warlike    and
revolutlonarj   struggle for ihe liberty that harmony of the two civilizations
of Hindustan,   They issued a counter is impossible.
proclamation to warn Indians against.' "I therefore deem It most important
j the danger of submitting to the Fer- for us to do our best to remove this
llnghl (English) rule through delusions mi-sconc-ption. Without doing this no
..and false hopes. The tyrant has re- diplomacy can smooth the relations
I peated his false-hood���let us repeat between the two countries of different
lour ancestors' prophetic warning!" I race and faith. This is not only my
Then the paper quotes at length belief, tout thai of many Americans,
I the replies mad- by two prominent President Roosevelt ..among them.
j loaders of the rebellion to Queen Vic-! "Our civilization came from the East
I toria,'s   proclamation   half   a   century as well as from the West, but the first
ago, one of them being the notorious important and valuable civilization we
Bahadur Khan,  who  was hanged    in  secured    came     from     this    country
1S60 for the murder of many English  through  the  visit   of  Admiral   Perry
women and children, and whose last .'ind  the invaluable efforts of Towns-
words  were:   "I have killed a thous- end Harris.   Tteed not say how much
iand  dogs, and  if I could,  would kill   We owe this country.    The history of
| a thousand more." the last fifty years tells that story.
The  pamphlet,   which is  signed  by      "We   must  convince   the     Occident .
"Bande Mataram" (Hail the Mother- that we are capable of adapting an
lland), concluded: "Blessed be the Occidental as well ,a.�� an Oriental civ-
| dav when a United India raises up ilization. We learned our religion,
ith,'-  flag of liberty  from the dust of  literature   and art   from    Korea  __��#>u^lde o*"""*1 betwen Santa Bar ara
1867  and   plants  it triumphantly    on  China, but today we are sending our  ���
i tho top of the Himalayas to the honor missionaries and tutors to our former
of man and the glory of God.'' I tutors."
pany, that tu. Chuckanut and Sehoni-
caun-.-ries will be operated this season
to capacity, aud $.5,000 will be spent!-
in    putting    the    Chuckanut plant in
shape for nhe season's operation^!
The cau factory of the Pacific American Fisheries Company. Is now
operating ou a ten-hour shift and
turning i ut 200,000 cams a day. The
com any will put on a night shift as
soon as the tiu can be received from
the easi
COFFEE TRADE PROTESTS
AGAINST IMPORT DUTY
Chicago, Feb. 10.���Protest against
the placing of a duty ou coffee _(!.���-
been sent io Wasmngton by the.eci.-_
iraue ut Chicago, congressmen b*vt
received petitions asking then iuiiu-
ence to prevent the sub-committee of
tine ways aud means recommending a
tariff Information that reaches Oni-
cago i- that a serious effort Is being
made to raise a revenue by taxing imported coffee;\from - io 'j cents a
pound.
Bocks Sink  Into Oceans.
Los Angeles, Feb. 10.���It is reported  that   Beggs  rocks,  located  in the
BALLOONS  MAKE TEST
OF CALIFORNIA AIR
i
WERE  ALDERMEN   BRIBED?
Los Angeles, Feb.    15.���Interesting
experiments    with    air    currents    of i
Southern    California    were conducted
Council  Memberk Alleged to Have Accepted Money From Pool Rooms.
Guelph. Ont., Feb. 16.���Charges that
Guelph    aldermen    accepted
here   today   with   the  two  big  Ferris: brlbes   from     biuiard   parlor   proprIe
racing balloons the United States and   top_   for  the  passing of  -   bv.,aw  is
[the    America,    which      ascended    at, unde_   lnvestlgat,on.     Eighteen     wit-
j Chutes park at 3 o'clock, one of them ; _esge_ _.pr_ h^rd by Judge chadwick,
j carrying a party of four persons,  in-\mt   liwv   m  not   throw   much  ligUt
I eluding United States Assistant Weather    Forecaster    W.   B.     Fuller  and
on the matter, altough a good many
of the witnesses referred  to the  pass-
ICapt. Mueller    and three    others,  in-1 ,ng  of  __olhCr  bvlaw   ,_   whlch   ex.
| eluding Paul Cowles of San Francisco  Alderman  r.orn.eS  and  Edward  Croft,
|and Roy Knabenshue the well known
! aeronaut.
who had the contract for house iium-
j boring,   were   concerned.     Croft,     ac-
Both of the big bags, ascending at; cordIn& t0 the evidence, had offered
almost the same time, struck a strong j tQ ghow him how t<J _���, tho hjMaw
current of air which carried them rap-, through tho colmcil, as ho had got the
idly to the southeast, where they dis- j house.numberlng by-law through. Den-
appeared from view about 5 o'clock.
The last word received from them
was as they were passing over the vicinity of Santa Ana.     Here they ap-
ly s-unk into the ocean, prouably a.-- the
result of au earthquake aud now coi.-
stitute a serious menace to navig'j--
tiou. Capt. lveegau, of the schooner
Cecelia Suddeu, arriving at Sau Pedro, reports that he came near uie
rocks which are charted as showing
forty feet above high tide, and four,.!
them but four feet above the water at
almost low tide. The hydrographic
office in San Francisco has been notified.
GIRL SAVES  LITTLE SISTER
FROM  DEATH  IN FLAMES
Hoq'iiain. Feb. 16.���The two-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Jack
Saebola was so badly burned today
that she may die. Only the heroic
work of her sister Mary, aged eight,
saved the little tot from being burned
to a crisp. Mary also saved the resi-
U-rnce from being burned, and in doing so was severely burned about th--
yes and Croft emphatically denied 1 fonto and arms. The mother had left
having   known   of   crooked   dealings. I (hi. rhndren  for  a   f-w   s-conds,  and
peered to strike a land breeze which
was carrying them eastward. It was
not the intention to make a lengthy
flight, but merely, to experiment with
the air currents and observe atmospheric conditions. The day was ideal
for the trials.
All the aldermen of 190S were heard
and several city pool-room proprietors,
BELLINGHAM MILL PUTS
150 MORE  MEN  AT WORK
th*- little baby, in passing th�� stove,
had her dress ignited by a spark and
let on fir-.
Bellii.gham, Feb, 16.���The Puget
Sound Mills and Timber company today engaged 150 additional men and
tonight put on a night fore, at the
export mill. The other men will be
employed i.i the planing mill and in
Lhe yards. Orders are again .being
The annual convention of the Fruit I received   by   the  company   for cargo
FRUIT AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE
OF  B. C.  ELECT  OFFICERS
and Produce Exchange of B. C. at
Revelstoke last week, elected the following officers: President, J. Johnstone, Nelson; vice-president, A. J. C.
Clarence, Peachland; secretary-manager la. M. Hagar, Revelstoke; executive board, A. J. C. Clarence, C. B.
Hume, I,. M. Hagar, W. B. Robertson,
H. E. R. Smythe, James Johnstone,
chairman; directors, H, Puckle, Victoria, P. Wilson Chilliwack, W. T.
Slavin, Kamloops, C. Handcock, En-
derby, J. L. Vicary, Peachland, C. H.
Cordy, Summerland, E. W. Mutch,
Pentlcton, C. B. Hume, Revelstoke,
H. E. Smythe, Revelstoke.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every Day In the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Bill Miner, the notorius desperado j Embodies the newest aud test ideas
and bandit whose escape from Brit- for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
Ish Columbia penitentiary two years Ll'Xl'RY. It is lighted with both
ago was In Woodstock for several electricity aud gas; the most brilliant-
days last summer is pretty certain.
At the time the police authorities here
were   notified,   but  the  man   got  outwent cars, standard 16 section sleep-
luxurious dining car,    reclining
shipments, and the schooner Sehonie
Is in pert to take on a cargo of 500,01)0
feet for California points.
Bill Miner Again.
Woodstock,   Ont.,     Feb.     16.
-That
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compart-
of   the   city  before   his   identity   was | era,
established!    Yesterday  a  picture  of chair cars   (seats  f.ee),  modern day
Miner,   which appeared   in   *    news- j coaches and buffet, library and stnok-
Nominations of directors from Mis-j paper, shown the man at whose house ;-ng cars.
��'on,   Agasslz and   Nelson   .are   stdll' he  hoarded while In  town,  while not
to be confirmed. ' seeing the name beneath the picture.
The head office of the exchange will  ���was recognized   immediately   as  that; F. W. PARKER,
For  Time  Tables,   Folders, or  any
further Information call on or write
be   maintained at  Revelstoke.
of the stranger he had accommodated, j        7110 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
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PAGE ElOTtT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WWNEftOAY, FEB,UARy
111 BEHOLD! 5c
BOWLING TOURNAMENT
CONCLUDED YESTERDAY
Such a reduction in prices
for first-class groceries was
never before given to the citizens of New Westminster.
The prices given below are
exceptional ones, and the
goods���for quality -are unsurpassed. Give us a trial.
These prices are strictly cash
prices.
We have just received another carload of Raymond llour. This Hour is
equal to any other Hour on the market
today and we guarantee it at $1.65 per
sack and JO.25 per barrel. Straight'
grade Hungarian Hour $1.26 a sack.
This Hour   is    in great    demand   for
bread or pastry.
paid for all coal oil cans 1n
good condition. Phone- us and
We will call. Our telephone
number is
23
Anderson &
Lusby
Columbia Street
Seattle's Star Team Defeated
In Close Contest-Willette
Wins Lone Honors.
Some Early Arrivals in
������������������������������������������������<
���������������������������������t
anulated    sugar} ������������������������������<
sacks  B.  C    sugar,
The  best  13. (
$5.75.
Twenty pound ^^^^^^^^^^^
$1.15 per sack.
Tea In three pound pure Ceylon native wood  boxes for $1.00.
Empire Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria Cros. tea 40c per lb.
Coffee of the very fiuest Mocha and I
Java ground or unground, 25c per lb-
Two quart bottle of the very fin- sl
pickles only _5c per bottle.
Three bottles of pickles for 50c.
Malta Cero 5c a package, or eight
packages for 25c.
Five tins salmon for 25c,
Sardines  10c  per tin.
Finnan Haddie 10c per lv
corn per tin 10c.
Peas  per tin  10c.
Three   tins of  pork  and   lieans   for
Two iv tin marmalade 25c per tin.
Eight bars of the finest laundry
-<v.p for 25c,
Eight bars ol  toilet   soap for 25c.
Three packages "' poultry food for
25 c.
Three packages of laundry starch
fi r 25c.
Three packag, s of corn starch for
25 c.
Two huge tins of St. Charles evapor-
������ d cream 25c,
Two lbs. of v.'iy nice lemon '.iseuit-i
���    25c,
Tar..-.-   1.-. mollassi E -naps for 25c.
Baking : iwder, White Star, 20c.
Blui Ri on nd Maple l.eal^ 20c
per tin.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
The   bowling   tournament   was   con-
1 tinned   yesterday  at  the  Front street
alleys,  keen competition between  the
Ad Sprares, Vancouver, and the Seat-
j tie star team, which ended in a win
I for  the  former by  ten pins.      Much
> interest was shown in the individual
competitions.      The   events  in   detail
were:
FIVE MEN.
���Vancouver Ad Sprares 2.1S
Seattle 2608
Vancouver Stars 2574
Westminster No. 1 2316
Vancouver  Fashion  Plates    2413
Beavers 229?
TWO MEN.
Gilchrist   and   Burnett    1043
Mclntyre and Carver     919
���Davis and O'Donneil 1099
Sharpies ,and Scott .1033
Steers and Hodge    v.ilO.l
Campbell and South -. .  nu,, 943
Corblere and Hockley  963
Murchie and Willette 1027
Silver and Latham    879
Peterson and  Morris 1019
.lohndro and Gilchrist 929
Doors, Windows, Turn
ing, and Bandsawing.
 Ul Ml
W- make a specialty of
steamed and kiln dried.
fir
Dana  and  Jenkins   ...   .
i
DOUBLES
1.      2. 3.    Total.
: Davis 105    169 175      509
doors,  O'Donneil    205    1S2 203      590
Total
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster,
Morris 195    163
Peterson 154    134
.   ...1099
;;. Total.
201 559
172      l��'."
Fair Piano Players
Total    1019
INDIVIDUAL.
���Willette 575
Murchie    168
Johndro   423
Jenkins    501
Halstead   168
Mclntyre    4'..2
Burnett    536
Cliburn   182
Morris    500
Davis    535
Peterson    521
! Sharpl-s    533
O'Donneil   119
Dana 511
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Hodge    572
who are really fair in their judgment -, steers    529
and   criticisms   bestow   the   highest! gcotl  -,r,c;
praise upon our pianos on account of J    *���Denote- winner.
their  excellent   tone  and   ;ouch.    We i
are showing si,me splendid new Instru-1
| ni. nts   by   the   best  makers.     At  the
Hodge  won
���coinl    prize  in   ihi
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORE.
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,   Prop.
prices we ask these ar- veritable bargains. If you will do us the favor :o
call you win fin.] that yon have really
favored yourself. We make a specialty of i. paliing and tuning.
SEWING  MACHINES AND  TALKING
MACHINES.
J, H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
event.       Scot;   secured    the  prize
the  highest   individual  score.  _"1
for
House of Quality
Spring
Opening
Our clothing is the
latest style that has
ever  been shown.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Death   of  James   D.   Rae.
James D. Rae, an old timer of this
city, died at the Royal Columbia hos
piial yesterdaj   evening, after having
been an inmate of that institution for
about   two  weeks.    Mr.  Ha-  was admitted   suffering from abscess of the
' foot,   but   his   constitution had    been
I weakened bj a recent attack of pneu
| nioula, and  from  the first  ii   was  ���en
I that   his life could  noi  be  prolonged
! more than a few weeks,
Deceased was born in Dumfrleshire,
| Scotland, on March 8, 1850, and came
-.1 Westminster in 1881, where he re-
Ided continuously, with the exception
of a short lime spent in Victoria.    In
1884 he married Miss Jamieaon, eldest
.laughter  of lhe   hue   Rev.   Robert   .lame-on.   ih,.   fir-t.   pastor  of   St    An
drewa    Presbyterian    church.       For
man]   years he  conducted  a  grocery
business at Uie stand now occupied by
Adams   &���   Deans,   but   lately   he   bail
; been employed by the customs departmenl       He   is   survived   by   a   widow,
one   -on,   Robert   Garveii.   mail   clerk
between   Vancouver and Calgary;   one
irother,   Alex,  of this city,  and   two
Isters,  Mrs.  James  Bell, of Sannieh,
.unl  Mr     favrn, of Victoria.
The   funeral   will    take    plai n
Thursday.
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4
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
272 Columbia Street.
This Means Money
...to You...
We can now offer you buys in New Westminster,
Vancouver, Chilliwack ana suburban acreage that
__ are sure and quick money-makers.
���      THINGS   ARE   HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
III
QUICKLY.
VANCOUVER
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
CHILLIWACK
���^�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+��4M'# ����������������������������������������
Dress Goods
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-Woo]
Serge, 40 inches wide, good weight and fast colors,
^^^^^^���--���_______----��       ��� ' _______________-������-_____��� i ���.._,     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, 90c.
50mInch Panama 95c per Yard.
Brown and Navy only in this special line. It is of medium weight and durable finish, being closely and
firmly woven.    A most desirable fabric for Jumper
Suits and new style Skirts.
Black Chiffon Taffetas $1.00 per Yard.
A silk that does not cut, is exceptionally soft and
bright in finish. When we mention the fact that this
line is of "Bonnett's" well-known make you may rest
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 60 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 range from 27 to 50 inches.    Per yard, 10c
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
Swissjnet panels with rings all ready for hanging-
Ask to see the new range. _
W. S. Collister & Co.

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