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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES.&_CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, _��*C?
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 21.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUB SDAY, JA.NUAR. 26, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
ENTIRE SESSION OCCUPIED
WITH TWO LENGTHY SPEECHES
[Liberal Leader MacDonald Accuses Government Agents in
Kootenay  and  Yale-Cariboo of Meddling in
^Politics in Tory Interests���Department
Of Forestry Promised.
SUICIDE OF CONVICT
Al PENITENTIARY
FIGHTING 10E MAY
OPPOSE TEMPIEMAN
i
I Leaves Message Written in
j    Blood on Cell Wall- Jugu-
i    lar Vein Was Severed.
Tories Would Support Joseph
Martin, K. C, in Comox-
Atlin Election.
���I
il   :
d.il
,iti
i;
Victoria, Jan, 25.���Tho entire Bitting
���I,.  House today waa consumed with
cechea by J.  A.  MacDonald, leader
the opposition,  and   Hon.  Richard
ill,.,  premier    of    the    province,
. (erring at length   to   the   ad-
from the throne delivered on the
ns day of the presi in session,
ilacDonald commenced by   con-
luting ill'-  newlj     elected    mln-
public   works,   Hon.   Thomaa
on  securing  the  appointment
election over    a  Socialist
bj ,a large majority.   Doubt
iiiembei - ol  Uie exei utlve of
mienl  had had    a    difficult
ng a choice ot postulant,
..ii  i ompelli ,1  to    overlook
u   ,, vi w r of  "Other mem
, ntitled    to considi i
particularly    the    member
an,
I   ue    w ;is    paid    rn   the
uf the  late Sir  11,mi Joly de
.   who ,��� Interest  in the pro
:   i' , both dui Ing his tenure
ns   lleuti nant-governor, and
���>    ince his    retirement,    had    en
to all.    The reference in
om   the   throne   to   the
liai J      was      favorabi-.
imi'iited upon; such an et eni did a
deal i" bring Into   closer    har-
��� ii  races of Canada,
Simon   Fraser  Monument.
of ill,- discover)   ol
. .'. hii h was i ,'1.'braird
., i    October,    also
for i ��� uloglsm, the
uch  men a
n  i-'ia-,-   were ol the stamp   to
.���. ��� . i olonlal    em
,    monumenl woi thy t of   his
achtet. men     tiould   i ted
i-   lonor.    ,,ii i , Re    monuiu'i : '
shoal, ,ii,
of 8U< . .; i:: i
Vano< !   ,(,,���,
so mi
Speech  Too   Meayrs.
Th< ,.,nii
piaim ���    ii,
1       ii' e lil llti ;, till got,   li ���
li  wa ,    ��� d,  in    ih.'    . n ,
in  Indicating
: Nothing    al    all
!     ��� nsti d, with the ��� icception ol
������ cl  \ -     "ii olldatlon ac    a
thai Yi,!  always been urgi d
'  tnemben ol the opposition. The
em cumbers ��� law w is alike In
'���'i i le to a-, men nnd law)
jo i I noi discus? the measure un
iU'li time a������ ii came   before   tha
when   tin    opposition    would
"��� anxious to make li   Into
act.
ai conditions, aud to the change in
land and timber laws, poih of which
still required careful consideration.
The changes iu ihe latter were severe
I) criticized, as these not only per
mitted, but also encouraged, thi
slaughter of provincial resources dm*
ing  ihe life of Hie present  ieases.
faxes on personal property within
municipalities should go to the iiiuiii-
clpalitli . as the present income oi
the latter wis far from sufficient to
nn','1 ih,' demands.
A hope was expressi ! tin . lhe government would move in the direction
of assisting in the beautitlcation of
Victoria city, man, eyesores and one
I of the most glaring within sight of
the   parliameni     buildings���disgracing
he fair ; il)  and  in..king ii a byw ord
among oilier tow ns.
Exemption from Poll  Tax.
Pei sons paying laxi    on pi rsonal or
properl I _  ���,,,���,..,* si poll
.i\    ill .����� - .   ....    iu1   new   '���
facl   thai  .li,   provinc    had uovi  .,
largi   und     i i�� ing    I esui , e,    in    un)
evi nt, tli    poll     ix p I'enu -    hould go
>, municipalitli s In v*, hich it ,. at i ol
ti ,l.
Neijlect of Mining   Industry.
The '  lax  was another burn
Ing qui  i ion tfhii h ba i never j
' ceh ed "        tentlon 1 ram thi     o\
'���rniiii :i     he :.i ���. i emainin the
Tlie uncommon feature of an Inquest in the J!. C. penitentiary was
necessary yesterday owing to the
suicide of John li. Weston, an American -il years of age, who cut his
I throat with a blunt piece of knife
'blade taken from the harness an,
bootmaker's shop.
The jury consisted of three citizens |
and three convicts, according to prison
practice, and they had no difficulty ini
Uncling thai death was due to suicide
during temporary Insanity.
Weston was doing a term for horse-
stealing in the Okanagan district, and
came Into prominence last .May fo.
inking part in an assault on Guard
Walsh and McGrenera at Wright Is
: laud. For this offence he was given
sixteen monili- ex ra Imprisonment al
the ,i- sizes last October.
Jugular   Vein   Cut.
Captain Plttendrigh   conducted   the
.inquiry.    The  medical officer,  Dr.   [>���
j Wolf Smith, s] olv    of   being   calle !
about   l_:."iii  .Vloiid'.V  morning  to  lind
" ' he man dead In  his c II.     1 tiei,-  �� a-
a wound in the left side of the ueck,
the jugular vein being sei ired. G lard
Pai ick Devine spoke of hearing moan
in  deceaai d's ci 11, and obtaining
no n ply to  his  injury,  he    iimmon   i
; the  jailor  to   bring   hi -  In ., s.     When
vii ���,   euti red   lhe  i ell,    the)    noticed
i      'lin   lv ��� !���-   of   blood    on    the
' all  the word'-:     "Come on  boys, it's
The deci a *ed  was noi a des
' ! iii man.
Al erl   Victor   Glenn,   nighl   watch
man,    poke of go ng Into the cell   at
Victoria, Jan. Ua.���There is a per-
sisteni rumor here that Joseph Martin, K.c, win contest Comox-Atlln
seat with Hon. Wm. Templeman,
postponing bis move to London at
present The matter of placing a
Conservative candidate in opposition
to Templeman was left in the hands
of the Conservative executive by tbe
recenl convention, and it is stated
thai If Martin runs hi- election would
be more embarrassing to Sir Wilfrid
l.iuiv. even than the election of a
straighi  Conservative,
Mr. Martin was in eon mltation with
Conservative here lasi week and Is
expected her again soon.
COUNCIL Will ADVEfKE
CITY AT SEAT1LE
ft
���
���,
'-':
License Commissioners Elected���-Statement Shows Pofitable
Sale Debenture Issue Last Year���Reward of $250
Offered  for  Conviction  in  Dupont
Block Fire.
FRASER RIVER [A1ERS
MERGE WITH BX, CANNERS
Local  Association  Ic     No    Longer
Existence��� Proposed Changes in
License  Fees.
A full attendance of the city council last evening, voted a sum io nd\,,
use Un.- cit) at ihe Alaska Yukon-
fatlBc exposition at Seattle, appointed
iwo license commissioners, on a t-aiiu
.m.i ueard for me nrst tune tne ,,u 1
i ii.i ' prn ,- ni the cit) deuenturea 101
i." >. ��� ,on,mn..,. tu'eang will <���
.nld "ii Friday au consider .a, Call
uiati - : ii tne cut rem year,
Aovercising City.
J, .1.  uaiu. i.    ot   \, pod    oc    Rei er,
.s     walied   on   ihe council   �� tu
., leienci     to   advertising in a   semi-
oUlcial   guide     io     the   Alaska- i ukiin
r. c tn   ��� ��������� niDitiou, entitled the "Cn ie;
xii- rel irri .1   i   ... iheman and undii
:,l. Marshall (Aid. Smith), K. J.
Lynch (Aid, Jardine), x. it. Brown
(Aid. Garrett). The ballot resulted,
Marshall, six; Brown; Ave, and Lynch,
lour tone plumper). The first two
were declared elected. Aid. Ileuley
mentioned that Newton Brown was a
govi i' ii in i ��� it t servant.
Coquitlam Dam.
General Manager R, it. Sperling, of
the B. C. K. It., wrote: "I shall be
obliged if you will inform the council
that we have been endeavoring to
i ii" present e Af George K.
Binckley, ('.I'i., for the public meeting
on Wednesday night when the above
matter is to be considered,   Mr, Blnck-
n    uttered  i '  ,   m,.' i Lie     iieu ,��� .   ley has just been in consultation with
same as il always was. no en on the   previous   witness'    request,    and
���' ' Blvi :, io    .,    Im ion .i.i in | ,���nd  Weston's  head covered with his
-    ���' :  ' -!   "r i'-   "'     " "��� li aki '     ll- only   moaned, and said.
government,  what  should        the tck easl   of Westminster   Junction,
leading  industr;   of  the  provinc    was ,-,���.] when'near the -store al Whonnock
,i i Ulng awa).
The  ��� ail" a)        i i Ion  In  I h     prov
atlsfactory at  thi
is nothing    in
the speech to    in a   �� hei ber the u<>\ -
emmeni  Inti aded assisting thi  Koote-
i.    "i-  whether    a
rallwa)  io  the north  of    the    Island
��� '     help* d
Issuing of Liquor Licenses,
ection    w as   also
tu the placing ol the I -suing of liquor :
Iii ,n-,.- in il,,. hands of the p i \   ���
vanta of the govi i ami nt, this placing
In  the hand    of   I i
No Thanks to Government.
11   MoBi Ide governmenl    wna
''''" for the preseni   tavorahh
ltl<ms oi  ii,.-, provincial
d by the speaker,
l 'I'ai ii was due solel)
,,,  much   powi
^L^ma^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^Sfm
govei ilnl, ni.
Civil  Servants and Pol,tics.
The action ol certain civil servants
ill  tailing  pan   in   politics  wa-. strongl) ,
condemned, ihcgOvern ni agents In
Kootenai    and    Vale-Cariboo     being
named a ��� liai ma usi d their   position I
' ami influent c iii  tbe Intei i    s of tli"'
iConservative pany.
The Injustice of the   existing   lan i
laws, which were framed In Buch    a
way  as  to 'liable  speculators    to  set
[ rich quick at the expense of the bona-
rule si nIt, was also denounced   Thi
absence of any reference to the  v Y.
P, exposition nl Seattle In the speech
was also deplored, as Uiis exhibition
would  prove of great Importance    to
io province and as deserving of ado-
who oon-lquate support which would ultimately
lonatur- (Continued on Page Two.)
finances
I
.VIVOS. OF COLLISION
I Willi! IN NEW YORK
Myers   of   Let     Liner     Republic
[ere All Saved  Except  Four in
Steerage���Several  Injured.
(w Vo,k, jan-  26.���Carrying 1661
vora of the collision between the
Republic and the Italian steamer
---, Hi- Baltic and Florida docked
hortl) before one o'clock. They
landed    in    less    than    thirty
the sin vivors, 1381 were pa-Ben-
and 300 wer,. members of tha
bile's crew, it develops thai four
Mte passengers aboard the
li:i Perished as the rc-nli of the
Ion,
the piBflengers of the Republic
1 i from the Baltic, Btorlea of the
'���lies Immediately following the
on were received al first hand.
remain ��� ,.r w. k. Mooney, the
of Langdon, X.  D��� and  Mrs.
r"  Lynch,   of Boston, who  were
were mangled beyond recognl
Both bodies   were    sealed    ln
caskets and dropped Into the Ben from
the Republic Dr, Marsh surgeon of
the Republic, reported thai Mrs. M. Al.
Murphy, wife of the financial agenl ol
iii,. Union Life Insurance company, of
Grand Porks, X. I)., was seriously injured, and Eugene Lynch was painfully bruised,
Death  of   Lord   Leicester
London, Jan. 25.- The Karl of Lei
cester died yesterday al Holkham
hall, Norfolk, The second earl was
ori" of the veterans of the British
peerage, being born In 1822, and succeeded his father as long ago as 1846,
The Cokes are ibe most I'ainotiH family
iu the county of Norfolk, und for sixty
years he win lord -lieutenant of tli"
county, retiring In 1906. He was twice
married and leaves a large family,
No Cash for Autos.
Vam mver,    Jan.    25.��� Th,     Eraser
it:',- r i anners' association is no more,
save as an integral pari of the Brit
Ish    Columbia    Canm its'    a-- ��� ci   Ion
"li  it   lias ii" n  merged    The
latter association has  I n  In proce
of formation for over a  year and tbe
work   has   jus    :." n    finished     1   ������
i      ,      River    i 'anne  ���'    a "tsociailon,
while   ii  performed   a   greai   deal   of
work  beneficial to the Interests of the
salmon   fishing and  canning   Industr)
,    . o\ in,-a a - a  ���', hole, was really
-. ntal Ive onl.   of ile   packei    on
the !���': aser i iver and on Vancoui ���    Is
land.    \\ hen ii  was di cidi ,1 to widen
��� ,      , ope of iii-- association of can-
ners it was determined that the packers   ol   every   district   In   ! ir i   h   Co
io ild    ���     Invited    to    mem
hip,
Tin   new a s iclai i    nl    the
.    n ii"' l' isi     Vancoui
land,  Rivers  inlet,  Skeena,   Naas and
othei   points in the north whi re can-
' ,   .���     are ei tal ish il.  W   li   Burd
an) >��� ars   ecri   i .  of the Fraser
River Caiiinv-' a sociation, continue*
������ ci eta .. ol the enlai god oi ganlza
lion  �� th  headquarters In Vancouver.
It   is  reported    In    salmon  anning
he intention of  ill ���
^^^^^^^^^   I   so    am "nd
the' flshery regulations at t i > * - pre eni
si asm)  only   lii"  li-h. ; men    will    : e
charged a liens., fee,    Lasi season a
fi e was imposed on the   boat-pulh i
JAPAN  SMOTHERS j !';::   "   Proved   very difficult  of collec-
TALK   OP. HOSTILITIES, lili:l   and  it   is now  Intended   thai   iln
  fishermen >liall be charged |5 toi    a
Tokyo. Jan. 25.   The press of Japan "cense,  Instead of tbe  amount  being
ls  v,   ..     -tinnioii-  efforts to pui a|flIvided   between   the  fisherman    and
stop to war talk, as a result of   thi   '- boat-puller.
California  matter,    They   unite In de-     ()" l!,<> Fraser river next summei
daring thai Uie unfriendliness toward|the !li��' .V|,i"'   'N'!'> cannery will   be|
i.i
: he prisi tiei.    Kincald had a
bottli   of whisky, and drinks were exchanged     Othei  drink    follow id, an I
���   asl  Lee being refused the bottle   i
,   . a a- il in which thi  two in n
fell, and In the blows the bottle was
���i uken    '">    acetiM d.    Kincald    then
I away, and  witness helped Lee
Is   fei i.    Lati r he  was  told   Lee
(Continued on Page Three.)
Wright Wants $125,000 Fee.
Berlin.  Jan.   24,    A     lea ling    local
recently    applied    to    Wilbur
Wrie.li: for the terms upon   which   ha|c,!'CIes that It Is
would  come   to   Berlin   and   maki
series  of  flights in*    his    a iroplane.
Wiighi replied thai hi would come for
$125,000 and  no !��� a .
.1   li. Schuyler and has been named.by
!i hu) Ier as the in��� >;t    competent
< er he c mid select for the carrying oui of iii ��� wink which he has deli   i-  noi     likely    that    Mr.
li .   ��� an   ir: iv,    , d'or    Sunday  or
lo      .   uexi   and if th ��� council could
see li    way to postponing the meeting
for a wei !���., It might be of advantage
to iii" council and rate payers general-
' he would be able to explain th ���
plan    In  every  detail  and  deal with
any engineering questions concerning
i       which  might   be raised.    I    en-
deai ired to secure Mr, Schuyli r hli
.li' for iii ting,  but  be has un
fortunately been retained by President
Roo.-i \"ii   of  the   United    State
.      i \ incial  governmenl
the Japanes,' exists
n
onlv a small  '" operation,   it is believed    ili.it th
portion of the United states and does total number of plants which will   l>
mn   i-,[,i, s,in   the  feeling of tl
jorlt)   of American   citizens,
worked will Ii" in tb" neighborhood of
forty. No dismantled plants are being granted lice-Sen by, the Dominion
government and no new canneries are
being permitted
-Una."
I'll,. , ,.i ode in  Spen-ei-'s  great  alle     	
gon) tin    Faerie Queene," upon which,  ���
the cantata "I'ua'' is based, is the uu nM|rn 11.-11-11_-.i-l Tn
lou of truth, i nn soiiiiiid a "Una," with j KlfCK NAVIllAllUN TO
hollu< . . eprosi nti d a - the red cross
knight. Separated by the enchanter
hypiocrisy, truth ia safeguarded by
ih, Hon reason, while holiness falls
a pre) to the wiles of falsehood. The*
tn,. ,ii length reunited through the
efforts of chivalry. The opportunity
afforded for strong choral effects in
tersperscd with striking solos, duets,
trios ami quartettes, has been ably
Improved by the well known English
composer, A. It. Gaul, and the rendition of his work by a large chorus as-
listed by able soloists, which Is to
lake place nn Thursday evening In the
Quel ns avenue Methodist church,
���hould prove musical event of the season.
REOPEN AT EARLY OATE
Beaver    Makes    First     Up-River   Trip
Since the Cold Snap���Other Vessels Undergoing Repairs.
Writer on  Trial  for  Larceny.
Washington, Jan. 26.���The House
today passed th,. urgent deficiency bill
minus the Item allowing 912,000 for
ihe maintenance and purchase of :|"
tomobiles for the president, It
stricken out by the bi nati
u a I
New York. Jan. 26,���-The cn
Broughton Brandenburg, the newspaper and magazine writer, was called
for trial today before Justice Dowllng.
Brandenburg Is chnrged with grand
larceny in the second degree for selling the article published during th.'
Inst campaign, which was alleged to
have been writftn by Former Pre-l-
ii.ni Grover Cleveland,
The Beaver made the llrst trip yesterday up river Blnce the close of
navigation, with tho intention of
reaching Mount Lehman, freight and
passengers being accepted that far
only. As the result of her ice. breaking efforts, a large amount of Ice went
down stream during the afternoon.
Efforts   have   been   commenced to
raise the Kavourit",   preparatory   to
bringing her up to   ho ways for    repairs.    A  consid. iv.il>!" ��� uni of money
_ j will be required to repair the boat.
i Th,. Sonoma, sunk In Canoe pass,
is now In progress of repair, and will
resuni,' the ferry service between Ladner and Steveston at an early date.
Tt will b. some days yet before the
full boat srvlce Is In operation on the
river. Repairs to vessela injured ],y
the ico. and the ilow opening of
navigation, contribir ��� to this delay,
i / i"- oi  i vv ; adund an :  I v
'��� iuiu.li. '    i.     pi on,:. >��� ; ,
,,v ;n   i' a ���        ��� ���   ��� , up.i     an
,,   lai;-..    ���:    tii, ;..      ol     bpai,      in
v , n.i I.,  . ,.   . .    ,   ,i     ���...: ,��� ��� .
a   was  to leave  ,iii' choice  ol  email,I   : caching  mai!  . . to  ihe    amino i
i u      ukmg  -I'.n , . and to be appro*, ��� i
uy i iviii   oi'P,, ������  ui e,     , ie    i.i ni une.i
; iii   m ,-. \\ ood  n as a diret 101 off   I h
exhibition, and    that Vancouver   wa
Jardine and Mayor Keary thought it a
ting a. rangi on nts for -pace.   Aid .
cheap way of advertising even if onl)
an  industry,  or  a  few  settlers    were
ici I  to come.    All   th ���    aldei men
ei ������ i. an I i: was ai ranged to ta
page;  at  a   eosi     ol     $3uu.     Mr.
Barber  undertook  iu mark   Wesinfin   proceed to Panama and moke   a   sp<
on lhe Index map of the   iouk, a   clal   epori on certain features in con
mai'.     which    has    trequentlj     been   nectlon with the Panama canal.    Mr.
overlooked in the past  A contract wat   Binckley,  however,  accompanied  Mr,
th reiipon signed between the City and   SViiuylei   to  British    Columbia    last
in,, publishers.    The mayor said    the  autumn  and  had  a  good deal  to    i
on   i, i   ol   control   was ai��o   with  iln- collection of the prellmlnarj
���tislng. da, i  required in connection with th--
Reward  for   Incendiary. pri     i; I li ;'   the   plans,   and   a<   he
In connection with the Dupont block|ls also an engineer of eminence ani
tire ii w as v i hied i�� offer an award
of $:'."iii for arrest and conviction ol
the Incendiary. A flre alarm box will
laced ai ihe corner of Twell i li
sii��� i ami Eighth avenue. An off. i
to purchase the chemical engine cann
from Pori lissington, and was referred io the chairman of the flre com
niiltee  to  report,
Sale of Bonds.
���'I li.. iea ling of the treasuroi'- state
men; led the mayor to remark that
th" receipts from the water and llghl
departments showed very satisfactory-
Increases, ll showed COnclUSivelJ ilial
the population wa i increasing. Aid.
Jardine nmiounr, d 111" sale of the debentures had been made at $133,465,
which on a sale of $132,000 worth, at
pu- value means that the bonds were
sold for $101 1-12. The form- of Issue
had arrived thai day. Sale- of ibe
city lots on Lulu Island at figures ul-]
ready fixed were approvi d,
License   Commissioners.
The    following    nominations    were
made   tor  license  commissioners,   ll
ability in hydraulic" till work, he wij)
ii,   a de to di al clearl) and Intellig. ai
I)  with every phase of   ilm    proposi-
; Ion."
Will  Meet  Engineer,
iui  ih.. motion of Aid, Gray it was
di elded  to I iave the special commit
tei  to make arrangements to meet the
engineer, und If necessary to hold an-
other public ni".'ting ihoy should ar
to do so.    This will  mn  affect
the meeting on  Wednesday night.
Commissioners  Session.
,\. H   Cartwright, secretary of   the
board    of     railway    commissioners,
wrote:    "1 bog to acknowledge th i ri
eeipi of your  telegram of    the    19th
in*., asking thai the board give half
a day to New Westminster, after they
have concluded  their sittings In Victoria,    The)   clu'.'f  commissioner    is
abi ��� in   from  the city, bul on his return your telegram will be laid befo
him for consideration."
The communication, which was   ac
companied by   tho   telegram   alreai
(Continued on Page Pour.)
Treaty   Negotiations  Concluded.
Washington, Jan, 25.���Secretar) of
State Rool and Ambassador Bryce, of
Greai  Britain, has concluded  negotla
i-oiis of the treaty covering the New,
foundland fisheries question, The ltiii
Ish gov, rnnieiit has be. n requested by
cable to -in' the Canadian officials
authorlt]  to sign the treaty,
Spokane  Boasts 26  Millionaires.
Spokane, Jan. 24.���There ne twenty.
six men In Spokane who rate as millionaires, according to llguivs complied on behalf of an Eastern publisher
who will soon issue a Spokani Blue
Hook, lu addition then, are fifteen
men who are worth more than $600,-
000 and ninety-four worth more than
$250,000,
INDICTMENT REDUCED
DI CROWN PRIISECUTOK
Joseph   Kincaid   on   Trial  for   Causing
Injury to Odin   Lee���Manslaughter
Charge Abandoned.
Successor to Morse Named.
.Montreal. Jan. 25.���B. J. Chamber
Iln, formerly general manager of thi
Canada Atlantic railway, has been ap
The manslaughter   charge   against
Joseph Kincaid for causing ihe death
of Odin Lee at Whonnock on Christinas Eve occupied the court yesterda)
before His Honor Judge Howay, am!
was subsequently adjourned tor expert
evidence nil ihis morning. W. F.
Hansford prosecuted (or the crown,
and C, W. fl-lg, Of Mm tin. Craig &
BOUrne,  defended.
At the request of the crown prosccu-
ior. the charge was reduced to one of
Inflicting grievous bodily harm, and
lhe court, proceeded lo lake evidence
mi that indictment.
The principal witness wai a nam,).
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Peter  Murphy,  who had  been held in
poinied    vice-president    and    gen.i.ul' (.���u,n(ly by the provincial police as a
manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific,
to succeed Fiank W. Morse, who resigned Friday. The appointment is
eff, ctiv,, today,
material witness.    Witness gave evi-
dene.' of meeting Lee on the O. P. R.
(Continued on Page Four.)
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TUESOA/
JAN. 2*
for Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:- Etc
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and Kr. x streefa   - ' n. -. ; -    -.
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Where Your
Dividends
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NO I
Supposition
We are still giving   these   grand
bargains. As you
will notice below
these prices, for the
quality of goods
shown, are something out of the ordinary and this is a
chance for every I
. good housewife to j
��� grasp.    Not hi n g
t was i ��� i *i     *| |
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ACT. 1897, AND IBlSS?
Vancouver Power
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V.'ANTED��� A nnrse _ rl v es re-
q-h-d trom 1 to 6 p.n_ Mrs. Dr.
Jon-.-. Ro:   I vn'.
TO   RENT���Suite    furnish i   -
sjits. tie toi light fa   -    rt  ping  A; -
I.,  to All s. Sp%ck.
VEST MINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���OndeT Bew rninagemeut.
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mil -���  con '
remained    in
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Door
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Manufacturers  ar.i   Dealers in  AU f\:idi  ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work.    Etc.
JFish and Fruit Boxe*.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone,.2. New Westminster
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Licersij P.tducea.
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was that tv
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pkgi   Co n Starch foi 25c.
5 pkg_   Laundr-   Starch for 25
l bottle Mushroom Catsup, 25c
7 pkgs.  Force  for .'c.
Cambridge Wafer-,, 25c per tin.
s bars No. 1 Laundry Soap for z'ji:. \
8 bari fir.e Toilet Soap for 25c.
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3 bottles of I'icr.l. .- tor 50c.
:; bottles ot Worcester Ban     I . .'
". tin^- of Fresh Herring for 25c
1 tin of Canned Rabbit for 25c.
\Vhi'.'  Btar  lirand   Baking Powder,
-Oc per tin.
BI te Ribbon Brae | liaV. ng P   ���   ��� r,
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW   WZSTMINSTER,  B.  C. F.  B   LYLE.  Manager.    *
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FLOUR!
Bank of Montreal
K.Vr.ABLISHEU  U17.
CAPIT-,.
RE8ERVE
i^.-wxj.oco.iy
��n.ooo.ooo.oo
"i. I   In   '.. .ii l6o;   ICngiand
and  Mexico City,     a
���r��**-.r :i ' ���      an 1 N_w *
��� --    ' B| ,j..ane, U.S.A.,
era'. Banking Bjiit<;.iB Trar__.c'>d.
.etten of Credt ;.   .  1. avail-Me wi'l. correspomlen-.B  '.a all uart�� of the
W'.rld.
���avlncs Bank  Department.     L��;>oelts received lo anmi ol 11 -i.e. upwi.rds
and itt-res-. allowed a*. 3 per cent annum (present rate".
ToUl  Assets   -ve: |1-8.000.000.00.
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NTW  V.'ESTM.NSTER BRANC A
U.  D.   BKYMWEK.   Mnn&����,
Di
Ifiifi
Public Supply
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50
Terminal $5 50
McQuarrie&Co.
FRONT  STREET
I'll
D Fr.Kn MERC
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A Little Good Coal
tnakei     b i   hot Ore when a lot
'���' '   "      -:   ends out co heal
a' a'-    ''��� ;   ��� onomical to buv
0lJr '    ���    '     ���        t 1     clean,
���    :  "    ���
!';;-'"'2 very  |H b  wd      , .
no more per ton than poorer
grade.. We deliver (l to any
^ar- ' ��� ' ' ' '-��� Fttll weight
alwaj      Telephone your order
to us.
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Council     id tl y
of Appro! ''
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estimated 11 ���
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red and nit; *: nlncthi
Ian ($191 i  ���
British   Columbia   E    '  c   -'_'
Company, Lin ted, l ' "
; any to bl '   -'
the Power
:  d< cimal curn ncj  i a i ���:n.-' "-'���'
ich other form
n the
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The time within irh
thor capital of one th
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in? and v ���
rbe said under) :
to be commi
-tion of three monUi
of obtaining a < H
to the same and th
He In operation wltl In    ���     ������'
date of conn ������ ������
And upon su
usual and neci
and elti 11 n "ry ���"*
proposed furth-���	
applied for.
Dated at the Cltj
the Province of Brit! h   ���    '   '
GILLEY  BROS.. Ltd.     |
2 Ith day ^ Decern!' '
VANCOUVER    PdV
LTD.
U. If   F'-r!1!
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND  STORE FITTERS.
B_nd��n of u        ....  tUfe
Mantles, ���������
Work- Cor. Eleventh st md Car tine
Phone 173.
Family Rates
Jaipanese JEm^oyment A^1
~COrV?h'AC TORS
and TRANSLA'i
AT THi.
pron:p"' I
Royal City Laundry
Royal A/er.us an.  B ack.e Street.
Male  and Female  Hfip
rurnifhed
McN'-i lEV
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NEW   WESTMIN^'1 "'   B'   'i��|
COLUMBIA    sni
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P.O. 80* TUESDAY, JAN. 26, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS,
PACK THREE.
Mail Service
NOTICE.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMIiJSTIR
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will apply to  the Parllam nt of Caa-
Followlng are the hours of despatch
,.,.,: arrival of mails a; the New West-
iL ter post office. i_e hour gftren in
each case being the how" of closing,
which is half au nuur, a.s .1 ru!e, before the actual despatch. All mail.-,
���mless otherwise stated, arc despatct-
, d and received daily except Sunday.
i In- only mails dispatched and re-
elved Sunday are the C. P. It. south   Chapter os of the Statutes of Canada
��� -j4*-#*��tt-*>��&#$**-!    ;     mn-fi iTfUMtiMi n ii 'it tt nut ii <i nn ���<w w
Big Salaries of Successful Men
Tender for  Supplies.
Sealed ti nders addressed to the un-
and C. lJ- R. east mails, not including
the waj mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills aud Coquitlam.
Ma'is  Despatched.
6:00 a. in. (closed at eleven o'clock
revioua   uightj���Vancouver    v.a
I     N    IL  "Owl."
7;30 a.m-���Vancouver    aud   (except
ie  |ay) Victoria, via  B. C   Electric
i ail "ay.
���    aas and Seattle, including all U.
points east and south, and poinis
. , [i New  Wesiminster and Iluut-
, Qj B.C., via C. P. R. south;  also
i    R, east, Sapperton, and    Fraser
Mill:.
8:30 am.���Blaine and   Seattle,   In-
e all U. S. poiuts ea.--t and s ��uth;
,,, ,u points between New Wesimin-
i Blaine, via Q. N. ii.
Cloverdale aud district (Clo-
ley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-
Keaslrgton    Prairie)    Hasel-
.   ���',,:-.  Kells,  Hall's  Prairie    and
:,..-: atche i dally except Sun-
Clayton,     Monday,        ,i    ...
and    Saturday;    Tyn
word. Wednesday and Sat-
,..    These  mails  arc all  ree
a   di spatched.
auu at its nest session for an Ac: extending the time within, which the
Company may commence and complete the Railway the construction of
srhich   was  authorized   by   the   Com I at New Westminster, B. C,
pany's    Act of    Incorporation    being | and endorsed on the envelope    "Ten-^
dejrs for Sup;,lies," will be received up
to noon ol Saturday, the thirtieth da.
Of January, 3 f09, for supplying the
ship chandlery, groceries, moats, coal
and rough lumber, required for the hsi
- ->*-a^v--^ar#^-^^a^^*X1,*,rH--^'*"*>.    "A      /," "i .'   7,~ '. ,** "a      '
ntly even shi   - . ....      all-
- .heir surpri*   at   I       ::"  ���
. | to a  vv,
...,.,     John    Burns
ft
levi loping new
��� neficial
���>  Important
, v living vast schemes   ol
SUICIDE OF CONVICT
Al PENITENTIARY
(Continued from Page One |
If'jT, and  io  sfuthorlse  the  Comp_n>
to enter into    any    agreement    wi;..
the' Vancouver, Westminster and  Yu
kon   Railway   Company   which  is   au
-.ho:ized by Section 3til of the 'i.ail-
way Act" and for other poroses, and  of the Department of Public Works at
authorising  the    const���*���*:������.-on    of    a Kew Westminster, B. C, until March
branch line from a  >:v.,  in the main   ;;] ,   igi
line   authorised   h*,   .muse (c) of   sub-j
���   ���   a.    ... ,    .       r , 1 "e supplies furnished mutt be of
section S of thi- Company's Act of In-
corporation, .rence in an easterly and   the ftLS: 'I'^'lity of their aeveral kinds
n. r '.-v.,   direction by the most  feas-  and must be delivered at the Govern-
��� ���  route through Yale. Lillooet and ment    wharf, New    Westminster,   or
Cariboo districts to the most conven-1 where specified in the form of tender
lent point where a junction    can    be
made  with the branch  line    of    the
Vancouver, Westminster    and    Yukon;1
Railway   which   runs  from   the     main
Uni   of said  Rallwaj   easterly to  Ed-
:,.��� aton,
l ia-' d ai Vancouver, B. C., Di >������ mbei
1908.
TUPPER t\: GRIFFIN,
Solicit,us for Applicant
The department  reserves  the  riglv
NOTICE.
der,
Forma of tender may he obtained a!
the office of the resident engineer, Department of Public Works. New West.
minster, II. I'.
Papers Inserting this advertisement
wit.'iout  authority   from    the depa t*
ment will not be paid for it.
"No,  no."  to questions.    Owing to
actions  H   was necessary to hold tinman till he died hall an hour   later
<���        ���>. : sufficient-1Assl     .      had been   ���. lephoned   for,
rerslon into a Cabin i Min   ._.  att, ve  ,,,   ������ , inkers    and  and was quick.*) on the sc n
ppear convinced   thai no  ; clei for  their Obtaining the Knife.
man     ....   ,.-,   earn    more    than  ���'    Isation    When Charl - M   Schwab      Ins   actor     Uackcnzle      i     the
nnum    They forget  that  "" Blven Jl ' ���'   ��������� salary   prt-onei had been with him for   some
amission  ,       ��� .. ol the great   time, and  was    very    obedient,    lh.,
roxlmatlng genius om   Stee, CQrpQ ,.      . ;���  talned    from    ihe
 ngtoltsrarit.  ...     mvinced Messrs Morgan, Rocke- shop     \ in  inventorj  of   tbe
lity,   The delicati   w< .      rand the!    ���   ocla        thi   a    Ity knives  was   taken,  witness  said    the
iusu-y, and commerce musl   to save ai least %', 000,000 per annum pri oners    wei ���    searched    morning
���    Ion    and Is constant!)   Increasing   !l>  ,lle consolidation and extension ol   noon  ind evening
much  quicker   than    the  ���' ' various c>    ���       ons and Intei   si        Rei     \    k. Vert saw   nothing    un-
er ol men capable of pi            '    ve<*     s "���'      ���*������     are  ���������'���   **8iml in th,> deceased's behavior.    He
��� necessar) success. In these  '"  condemn   the  colossal   fees  some   was a member   of   the    Pre.byt-.rlan
ssal trusts  amalgamations,  ;i1,'    ''-'ili :" ���������'���    '        bysl   choir, and was the last man he would
[nations   there Is a t u    ' anS| ani-i- and, comedians   think would commit suicide,
I'hej   Ignore thi   vi  il elemoni of un '    Warden   |, c   Brown said    the   do
que fitness foi thi   .   >ai dlfflculi ta or)  inal sentence would have
���the knowing how ��� do special work ended In December this year He had.
with -iivnal ability, speed, correctl however been sentenced to an extra
mde and thoroughness, Generally sixteen months, and also lost his
speaking, the#e are ihe consideration    romn .,    earned    I ood    be-
n;va which theli ���       lensation Is oal   havlor  I!    had now a: on: a year and
When on.  man U phenomen   threi quarters sentence to serve,
alh   successful  where his competitors Without Fr,ends,
are   failures    oi    partially   successful,      Convict  Harry Collin     poke ol    de-
 u i: thai   ibis    expert    i-  censed being despondent on Saturday,
worth ins money    or he would noi got  bul tils lime did noi bother him, Cou
hi     teen paymastprs, vi,: Charles Olendorf was a  o nailed,
and Warden Brown, In answer to the
for men who can so organize,
���  rate and  control    big    entei
..- to make them j leid the maximum results with the minimum ol ��� -f
, waste and expense.   Who   can
wondi :   that pul�� -an,, ambitious  ���
ta Ists are jusi as eager to pa)   high
���'.--.,   la    tsare to i am tlv in.
v       the.v     not     mutually     Intel dc
li nt?
ictl ally, the man  ��ho  .
i n, d   the   I Iggi si   pi:, ,��� his
���i - is John n   Roi ki ti li, r, who I
'i'li.- pu also been   >  ��� ons
n. cessarlly I e accepted.
a.
a m.���Vancouvi r, Mi   irla and
.: p ii      ,.a  U. C. Electric i iii
i p.m    Strawl err)   Hl.l,
1   and   South Westminster,   oy
(Tui sday and Fridaj i.
��� ��� Burnaby, ���    c ���
m.���Burquitlam, dj   i    i
p.m.���Ladner,   Port    Guicoon,
,  1 laud ami Sunbury,    dall)
De   irtn ent  ol
ilnstcr   .'
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident En ;lne<
Public v,
' . January  ! i
Ni v
���   ���
:' British Co lmbia. extent of one-quarter Bectlon oi 160
Dati i^th   da)   of  January,  acres, more or less.
���    ,
l__  is  bereb)   , .\ou  that  the
p iv.-,a- Company,  Llm I   I
j da     deposited in  the    Rand
In  tl     City of  New
Briti h    Columbia,  the
ii. o. �����'���L ..oi- .   book  of    reference    of  its
, ter-Chilliwack  :              I   -
town  of  Huntingdon to  the Cit)   .	
lll,wack-   ��� Synopsis oi Canadian  Homestead
Rpmilatfiin*.
, i   the  town  of   Huntingdon nuyuianuua.
if Chilliwack   being ������       Alj-available Dominions lands wilfi-
v; ::li ,j. th said   "   the railway belt in British
as   shown  ��� Id .: u  bia, may be homesteaded by an)
.unday Woodward.   Tuesday,  and  approved  by the " Comi "bo Is the sole head ol a tan
ad Saturday, via stean aero   _a Works for^ thej *ny maleiover 18 years of age, to the
avourite, Capt. J. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
ati hi d .md received   via
am oui
.. v,      .;     Vancouver   and    Piper
ding, via G. N. R. north.
iuver and Burnabj
;���   I- railway.   Saturday
at ' bi i to   V c
., via Vi v thla hour.
. tie, Including a
��� i    , I i 0   N   I'
Iyer."
C. P. R. east,       perton
���     ���    'lam.
���     Th    two  .   10 a in. C.  P, R
outl take mall for
3    from    New    Westmin
��� j   and  dis'- Icl
' - ''���'  '  " ' ' ���       ���   '��� '   J be leaded bj   vi,inily 0l the huul entered for  th.
:i" Lower F;:         ���    Person who is the      ��� I requirements as to residence may be
���"" ""l"  ''          ������      -;  ���'-���'���  :  ::' ' >ears ol  gatl8fled ,,v Slldl person residing wita
, Port Hammond             ,   me extent or on i  se-;   lhe father or mother.
' '     '                      60 acres, mon  or  ���   - (3)    ,, tho ,t,nk,r lias bla ... ril)UI1
''    ������"'    sI-rinS-"                   'on   tor  entr) must     b. jent re8ldence uvcm farming land own
Port Moody and Barnei   ���                 In    erson     r thi    . ::  al  ed bv him in the v:c:nitv of his home-
I C PR. mails . Dominion ^and             , or   sub-. Bteadj ^ re(luI.emanta   as   to resl-
���    -'���>��� r"r ft�� di8trlct iu wWcb ,!l0!dence ninv be satisfied by   residence
n ������' Ivlng aboul $231 00,000 pi i  annum
rg mlzing, managing an I protect               th paid to ,, i   ���
Ing  that   remarkable  enterprise,   the the $45,0   i aid to Sir Vrthur Conan
The  lowest or any  tender   will not|Standard   Oil   com             i'li           -.. i ,i,, for lw< ries  In  which he
foreman of the Jur) laid thi  man had
in
it-come on Investments nlon
1)0    l    :a  lied     .      tile     PWl     :
hi.s   aniinie   financial   and   ad in ill
..    genius       t"hl     ivord   is  sei
laced     ,:; 	
���    ',v:,,   ha    , mil rived , . ,
��� nem ���   that   hn
thi              on :      ,      de s   itli   Vfrlca
ivhlch i ofli           e rati
nacli mghoij        I       i   ei>> netn   luvi
The        e ol        us can be ��� itetl    n i minenl  lawyi       oi    wrii lii.c
ca     of oui    iih\ a) ��� ,\ hlch now .,    iiisy  and  ilangi i ou    , i
1 No letters over came for him,
Th,   verdict  was as follow
lTmu
ii I lolmes : the $10
woi ,l  pa ,!   i'��� mi    .'ii   for  hi i   little
flu '        the $5 a word n�� ,rs lhroa<   ln   '  !u "f
dieoa ed John n We iton, came b) hla
I Mrs. Rici er "M      W
i' Is. a
o     1'
ki   his   !' mi li  .   iii on i
in     But �� ha
,
ivi ting     hi
Hi
ii i     inaniu,    an 1    that    the
pi ,i    ���..,   u    vven      ii
n �� ,      i bl ni'   and   hat   \  rj I
co il I '    don,   afti
1 ���,,   In   .', .   a ��� '
A. E. BI
Van out��� r   1'"'..      Ov
Limit! d,
ynops,s
Homestead   Regulations.
a-...  ,.,ni n .,ii en d i  cl on ol I>o
tnds  ,n  .Man.ic',.., Saskatch
iwan and Alb i a, oxci pi       8 an i -i
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district In
which the laud Is situate. Entry by
i proxy may, however, be made on cer-
1 tain couditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother- or Bister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader if required to pi r-
form the conditions connected there
with uuder one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six monttis- resi
npon  and  cultivation of the  land    iu
each   year  for three  years.
(2) If the father (or mother, 11 the
father is deceased),    of   the m
Steader resides upon a farm  in    the
stand in 'i   '' :u  iii ed of ri in i !<      w*n     $5,000 $1.2 10 �� ird
-..  are to justil    tl \ n i I Zola even '    I  Ih     i cord, for
tradi n     ���.. , :    and li    one,   refused n blan      ' for a
Su    osi       wer,. possibl    ii crlllcl ni  on Siiriih Bornhiirdi   from  a
secure th ,        ol a railway  unto San   Franhiaco    editor   who  wa
�� th        tii ion;   financial,   technl Hired to accepl Zola's own terms    On
Cill,   and   ,��� 0   resi , u  inn    the   enill I    aw.o,led    So.
io the  rallwa;    ile  ,    u o pi William Vlnrrloti $2t 0 foi  an Intn
levelop   fri  h     lur afflc   and luctlon, He merely -aid: "Mr   ll, ol, ���.
���. ��� eon, " i     ,vi    Ing expousi the    Spanl h     Mlnlsi  i    the  Spanish
il  better    ���       tl of I and M      ti r,   Mi    Hoole) "    T, n word    oi
a   i   "it iran-poriaii,,!!. whlli   a     i 0 per woVd    Bul nfter all, barrlnji
'   :.   il idlng   and speculators In New  Vmi, and London
travelling public with reasonable ratct* nbtain   foi   the   brainy   enterprise   1*0
.     treatment   Would n     I    which  reiidei   till othei  rei o ������
n        ich a mini  be worth $250,  n qui     In    -nlfli am.    "Solly" Joel,  the
in   A lea there are neverul Kaffir magnate nnd sportsman, w
��� ii1 "a l presidents, like Jame   .1   Hill, centl)  credited with having made $2,
E    ll    Harriman   and  Georgi    Gould ii  b)   i  ahoit  hold      deal'' In  De
e millions by their exception Beers Diamond Bhon       During i
nl financial and executive ability, illonal    cotton  campaign    s
have eai ned their i  ottp of t.Ivei pool   pi i ulatoi   elearo i
theli     ii n    eorgan- $2 ,|111000 In nhoitl  tw, nti four hon
Lower Fraser R.iver
Freigfnt and Passenger Service per
bb. " Ramona
i ,n ri inj; frelghi and passenger
all polnta bi i��i en New w i tmli
md \\e: iiiaiii island,
Le ni's 11rui i.'iuiii Ker'a  _ aai f  ;
10 p in .   iddli lotinl trip on  "���
llll)   .   |,',i\ Ing  at   ���'   ���' Ill
Returning leave Westham I lai
a.m, dally, Fridays al  6 ���
addition tl trip on Saturday . li :��������� ��� ������
ai  '.''io p m    ,,    i.    at Steveston
Inducement off
in. .���-_4MU_���___-���_������
DREY'S |
l
i
Malls   Received.
an
all  U
and
S, po ir  .
Senile,     in
via G. N. H
��� I  a.m,   Strawborrj  HI
��� i i) and Frida) i
m    Vancouver '"i,l Victoria,
ecti ic railway.
1 p.m     Burquitlam, by  eon. ier.
" ,'.ni    Blaine and Seattle,    lu-
ill r. S. points; also ail poln1-
i - I'.ast Burnaby, by courier,
to   i i :00  a in.   Ladner,   Pojl
\\ ei iliam Island nnd  (Tuea
Oii...  Thursdaj   and Saturday)   Wood-
ard, via   ti ami r Favourlto. (Staves-
\ atcln ,i ami received via Van
to   i   p.m.   C.   P.   R.   ' ���
, ��� rton, Fraser Mills ahd   C "in11-
i
a     Vancouver, Central Park
Arm.
:n    Vi, toria via Van  iu . i
p in    Sumas   .i-i . '���'������ ''' ' ���
' -   ail : . s. poi.iv and   -������'���".'   l>-
and li       ' ���:''-    I- ����y llia>'''
.  . made   il y on
.... . ondltlon   b) the father, moth-
m, daughti r, . .1
ti :. ling  bomi sti a b r.
.   ���    on i iteader Is rejulred to pen
I .orm the homestead duties under one
,   ,    owing plans1
iD   At hast six months' residence
ij   a  an I  cultivation of tin1 land  In
, ..;   for   three  )'( aiv
i.i   a Homesteader may, if he so
res, perform the
tlence  duties   by   living  on     farming
upon the said land.
SU months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dorh
Inlon Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
I apply for patent.
COAL--Coal mining rights ma     be
I leaned for a period of twi nty-one yi ars
at an annual rental of $1 j ���- - r acre
Not    more    than 2560 aci in !    be
leused to otm Individual or company.
\ royalty at the rate of five cents per
rBjJi. ton shall he collected on    the    mer-
hantal le coal mined.
W. W, COUT,
tan I owned   solely   bv   him.   not less
��� ���.:���  eighty   (80)   acres   In extent,  in   Oe; :'��� of lhe Mmlr'er ,,f .he ��nteil-,r
be vicinity of his homj lead,   Joint,"
hip in land wlll not meet this t
tj-    If the father (or motlii-r, If tho!   Q \j\\MDl\Qi_ ff
���a H"r Is deceased! of a hoim   leader     [ly^'^ifTSTVT^iii
LlViJU UQ___G9^'tl-i
Ell
  W.irYa
tias permanent residence on farming
���ii i  owned  solely  by  him,  not lens
ban eighty (SO) acres In extent, Is L2_
he ricinity of the homestead, or up- When sending for friend, in -he old
ui a homestead entered tor by him country by buying   tickets   nt    this
in the vicinity, such homesteader may office .,ou will Bftve money and prevent
perform his own residence duties by delay.
en Huntingdon and New We^tmi.i-   hTiug with the father (or mother). Kostbound Empress sails from    St.
��� via C,  P,  11. south:   also Fraser      (4*    Tne term "vicinity" In the two John  Feb. 12 and  20.    Call  for    par-
ds.
1:00 p.m..
C. P, 11. *a?t.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
/receding   paragraphs   is   defined    as
men ulng not more tlwin nine miles In
.la  direct  line,  exclusive of the  width1
of   roud   allowances  crossed     iii    the1
measurement
(.'>)    A   homesteadei   Intending    to '
perform   his   residence   duties   in   ac
leordance  vith the above while living
with parents or on farming land own-
ular
KD. OOUXjET,
.���\gellt,
Trade Marks
DHioNa
COPVRIOHTS A.C.
* r annr nonillnir * ultclrli nnd (lonfTlptlnn m��T
"Hoy lurnrlaln i'iir oeliiliin frue aihiOiiT ��n
' l".   ' nniintliilriv-
' vi'lilli.n  m :,ri,h(,l,|�� ,,,|,,,ii>:il,in.    ��� nlllillllliira.
'"������,'miir.n.ui.ieialul. HANUUOOK mi �����t���u     , to apply for patent.
"    ". oi.l.'.t ��i',.i,r- fur .f'-tirliiir p'it��nl��. ' *
Patent. iRki'n thrnu.h Minn A lo tooolre
I, ��� ml ri���tlra, without clinruo, In tho
Scientific American.
bl', .I'inii'iy lllintriiiUNlWD-lclT, LtrBBltOIT-
'i lull ,n -,f i\ny unlrntirli! JO���l-ll, T���rmi (or
| ,'���.'   n.i.1.75 n yi.:u, poitaffS prepaid    Hold by
^_^8Co��,Bfntdwiv'K3Wlfcr[(
- M.,i, SfB. 9, OB i* ,-,i.. v: .iii  .: in, i��.c.
"The MUwaukee"
ed  by himself must notify  Hi'1 ��������''"'���   'The   Pioneer   Limited"  St.   Paul   to
for tbe district of such Intention.        i    Chicago,  ;;Short   Line"  Omaha   to
Six months- uo.Ice In writing must      gtajiO,  'South    West    L.m.ted"
.     _ ,      . ,. ii,,.      Kansas City to Chicago.
ne given t�� the Comml-S.one   of Do      Nq  trajns *      ��  JJ^  ^  gny
mln.on  Lands at Oltnwn, of Intenti       railroad   in  the y  ^   equa,   ���_
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
W. W. CORV, waukee  & St.   Paul  Railway.     They
Deputy of the Minister o' th" Interior    own jn(J 0perate tj,ejr own  sleeping
_______________________ ~~   and f'ioin,. ��;ts on alll their trains and
-#���       AnvnrfilsK      ���* |K've.   ^���I    -'trons  an  excellence  of
��� IN ��� ,iervi.:    i.    , btainable elsewhere.
THE      DAILY      ��JEW
if Yor war-. ��� sitnsoon.
.'!. .-. ROWE. General Agent.
LV4 Third S���, ror Ald-r *ft*fl-*_; Or.
At MOREY
A Splendid line of First
Class Stationery Pa��
peteries.
in
in
Pads  and  Envelopes
Eaton-Hurlbut's :
ades.
Morey's
BIG BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   sritEEI.
QOOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
\ltl-.  NOW  O.N  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY 8TORE
J. G. GAMON'1; CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street.
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
\,iiii,.   h    ii. reby   given   that   the
partnership    hi retof     exl   :"-
��� vi   ,,    ii .    ip.      tndei Igned,
I,     as   The    Westminster    ���>���
working I ompan), has this   day   ���
IVed      b)       IllUtlllll       eonselll.     I).
| T,   Hie li Uring.    All  debt- owing
' to the said partnership are to he paid
I,,   lame     Brookes,   and   all   claim-.
, i the snid partnership ai_ to   ���
Dted  to the said  .Lone    Bro
by  whom  the  same will    be    settled.
Dated at New Westminster thi
(lav of .January, 1909.
IAMBS BROOK-DS
DANIEL T. RHODES.
Wi ne        C   HAMRER.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUE80ay,jan._��,1^
THE DAILY NEWS    )
Publisbed by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, coruer ot Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster.  B.  C,
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
TUESDAY, JAN. 26. 1909.
ADVERTISING   WESTMINSTER.
As   tlie   Provincial U-overnment ha,
diT.iiued to make a
���exhibit   at   the
tt. management of the military forces  arranged to investigate
ot   the   Dominion  to pass  out of    the
control of the House, .as it would Were
such   a  thing  to  occur,   ,,ud   certainly
feeling is running   so strong   agains*
Oriental    Immigration    In    Australia
that   they   would  never    permit    the
force   now   being   trained   for defence
purposes to leave their country io en-
;age in the  Afghanistan  frontier,  let
alone the Balkan peninsula.
The co-ordination of the military resources of the empire Is merely to
prepare for the contingency of war.
which  must affect  the  whole empire,
the
INDICTMENT REDUCtD
BY CROWN PROSECUTOR
tContinued from Page One.)
when the captain of the Brunette returned. Referred to the special bridge
commit toe to report.
An amendment to the ttiunlctpaj
clauses act to provide superannuation
for municipal officers, which will    be
Introduced by  a private member    at  was run over by a train and killei
the session of the House at Victoria.      A number of witnesses were called,
was referred to a special committee.      and gave evidence of hearing the di.-
The market  report    for   December-1turbance,  Dr, R. H- Fort, of Mission,
showed receipts amounting to $235.45.  wiho was called to the scene, Inform-
Aid. Adams reported for the water
committee that the men had been busy
thawing out mains during that time.
: icial provincial  and if men are wanted  from Canada
\Uiska-ViiliouPacliic!oi'   South   Africa,   Australia or    New,
exhibition at Seattle, a.id the repre- Zealand, they will only be supplied fit j
.ft    to'the    consent    of   the    representative:
a of the oversea dominions.
Bentation  of the  Province  is
Dominion effort, it Is impossible thai   Hou
much attention can be given to   the
Eraser Valley in the exhibit  to    bo
made.
It Is therefore the duty of the city
���md district lo arrange dor an exhibit
ai the .-how which will draw the   at
tentlon ol the thousands of visitors to
the great ��� -position.   Everything com-j
lug  from  this  fertile valley should be.
labelled   v. ith    a    distinctive    phrase |
which would set persons asking where'
the Fraser Valley was.    The cattle in
the stalls,  aud   there  will    be  many,
.should be  labelled among their prize
rosettes with the i,im, whatever may
be selected, and space should be taken
tor an exhibitn In  a   prominent  position, where should be shown the fruits,
grain and other suitable  products oi
"Get the Habit."
Lead Pencils
i
COUNCIL JO ADVERTISE
CITY AT SEATTLE FAIR
H. B,
(Continued  troin   Page One.)
t.he famous valley.
In the middle west the farmers ar
proud oi their grain being taken    for
samples, and ir the information went
out there is no doubt some of tbe best
grain would be available  for    exhibit
purposes.   The fruit of the Chilliwack1
district,  and  Other  parts   of   the   valley,  would  be a surprise  to hundred
of the visitors, and a competent representative   should   be   sent  to  distribute  literature and   publicity    matter
about the district from his booth,-and
be ready  t<>   answer    inquiries.    The
premier    industry    of    tho    Province
ought  not  to be  forgotten,  and  some
given, was referred to the special committee to aict.
Street Paving.
The temporary loan by-law was read
again, and finally passed. In response
io a query from Aid. .lohnston. City
Clerk W, A. Iiuucau said the new city
map was waiting at the assessor's
office, After discussion it was decided
that the special committee should get
together to name the streets and then
TODAY ONLY
25c
Per Dozen, at
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same.
lug the court that the wounds in the
ne-!.: were caused by the train so far
iv he was able to come to a conclusion
���Constable Wllkle spoke of collecting
Lhe remains of the man in a sack.
Mr. Hansford wished to call F. W.
Sinclair, engineer of the B. C. E. R.
Chilliwack line, to give expert evi-
denca as to the amount of force required to break a bottle ofnitbose
dimensions on a man's head, but as
he was not. present, the court was adjourned till the following day, Mr.
Craig opposing on the ground that all
the witnesses for the crown had
spoken as if they appeared for lhe
i^ofence, in fact he asked for a dismissal, claiming there was no case
against his client.
His honor said il was hardly time
to discuss "that ]>art eff the proposition,
bathe would grant the adjournment.
��� ���
Just Arrived
������
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,      Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.
P.   0.
LTD.
Drawer  too,
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fancy articles  made   in local     woods,
-should be exhibited
if some    of the    best    samples
call Eor tenders for the numbering of
houses as soon as possible. Malins,
Coulthard & Co. recommended the
n imb*ering should coincide with thai
Ion (load's lire plan.
Board of Works.
Frank De Gray called attention   to --
lhe sidewalk between Eighteenth and
[Twentieth  streets  on   Sixth    avenue.
Aid. Henley said the street was in   a
i very dangerous condition,
B   _. llardwick renewed his applica-
1 tion  for a sidewalk    on  St,  Andrews
reet.
nine & McLean wrote with   reference to the sidewalks round the   Rus-
l sei hotel.    The  board  o�� works    will
..  report on these matters.   Slats will bo
�� _" ������        r n,    <i���,..t placed on  the    sidewalk    on    Begbie
Fraser  river  fish,  some ot  the  finest.
Bookeyes and gigantic sturgeon could
be frozen in ice, and sent down it
would do a great deal towards In-
creating the popularity of lhe lower
mainland, and bring ,a large number
of exhibits to the Provincial exhibition
hi re Immediately followng.
The mailer needs lnimi dial atten
lion, and as the Publicity Association
has already approached the City Conn
ril and Board of Trade with reference
to the question, a grant might well be
made in aid, the district municipalities
..operating. Space ln newspapers,
electric signs and other form ot ad-
vert!sing Bhould not be neglected.
The signing of a contracl tor $300
worth of adve' ising spuce In a semiofficial guide of the A.-Y.-P. exhibition
by Mayor Keary last evening .'iiows
that the council  Is fully alive i<>    the
advantage and value of pubilcit)
Miscellaneous.
The Brunette Saw  Mills    compan)
wrote with reference to the report <m
accident to th ��� logs at Lulu island
��� ���   saying a  meeting -hould    be
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
0HR.W0RK SATISFIES
(Ilk PH1CES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson 8 Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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WHEN GOING EAST
ask the ticket agent
to _f:nd you over ;
j
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Eight Trains Every i_>iv in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
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, both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
i world.      The   equipment   consists   oi
private   compartment   cars,   standard
t6  section  sleeper?,  luxurious dining
:ar, reclining chair cars  (seats free),,
modern  day  coaches   and  buffet,  li- ;
Trarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information  call on or writ?
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. W.sVi
MacKay s  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases and Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J.MacKay&Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Deal
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WATCH REPAIRS,    i
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If}
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in       !
��� order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME.
The Jeweler*
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:W. C. CHAMBER LIN
- COLUMBIA   STR--T,     NEW WESTMINSTER
_       Bole agent for the Longines and Hamilton Watch Movemen
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..nonwcaiih is the ;,,,��� OI a        ^JJ I ���' vs' Heavy Boston Calf School Boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $1.50 ft) C^W FT1   A   TH��"^ !"*_&
'���iit.'^ltot'' denau'-r'i,       82 ;; >  " UUu-her water-tight boots, sizes 1 to 5, per pair $2.00 fa i    ^ \fy   T*   JQk     1    p   W\
to of those who wish to sec the {ftj Boys' best box calf Bluchers, made with brass-quilted soles, per pair... .$2.50 IA ll   ^^ __L__I_C^_L R __________ %
IMPERIAL DEFENCE.
A question on the order paper   ol
i in- lions,, of Common - from an   < x
minister ot finance, Hon. il, E. Fosu
hints at the urgencj of Canada taking
Up   for  hersell     the   provision     ol
I: vy ior the defence of her growing
commercial inter, bU,    ,\i<u ��� atl ni on
is helng given to the subject In At -
Iralla and an Independent uavi In th
I on
��� r,dy
I),
mo
iiver-seaa dominions taking their shar
in the maintenance   of   the   British
Empire as a world power, and th
.ni be no good served by such v
arguments as aro  put   out,    by    lh<
Weekly   Sun   in   connection with     thi
io~Iei of I'ont'ii i nee; which have been
going on with the British Becretar) ol
fc-iaie tor War, Mr,  Haldanc and the
Minister of Defence tor the Australian
Commonwealth
Tho idea Is slmplj   to come lo    ai
a���;* DgeiiuMit that in the case ot   an ^��J^J
outbreak of war the tin ts of mill ir*
forces would be prepureil to aci undi
n ic command,    The Sun claim       i
l!   would   remove-   the  control  of    ;iv
I nnadlan militia to Loudon  and goi
on to say: "In the eveni of war b oai
���nu. out on  the northern  frontier   ol
India   a? a resull of the extension of
thai  frontier Into Persian or Afghan
territory. Canadian troops would, viih
ilo:- arrangonn ni In force, bo as liable
', >   call   foi     ���       ns   regiments
ri.i1 iii/.ed at Aid ��� hoi    With the pro-
l' ������< d schi in, in .       ii ,���    dim voluii-
t, ��� ������ regiments might, In tl vent of
a . moii'i'ie over the partition of Tur-
lit}} preclp'ltatlng h greai European
, -i he i ulli d on for thi purpose ol
,i .isiin:' to settle dtffon n< e i bel *, ien
, er nations In'the affairs of which
n- Dominion ha- no concern what
i ���. fi
'i ins in certainly an   e���iraordlnary
inf "i ne,. to draw trotn luch confer
��� 11,s.   We do noi think it likely tha
pny Canadian minister responsible t ���
the House of Common- would permit
A FEW REMARKS
~ON-
/    BOYS' SHOES
ol
1 1*19 C
w
It
Shoes|
Money B
Can Buy���
fttf The impression e^xists that this store is the best place to buy School Shoes. The S
wj! impression is correct. We have earned the reputation by selling our trade P*
s&} only such durable, well-built, comfortable, good-looking Shoes as we can back jj
Ql by a guarantee.    Note these prices: %
.: S3 b
^ ouys ues. oox can oiucners, maae witn orass-quilted soles, per pair $2.50 (fc  ���
i��| \ ouths' box calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13, per pair  $1.50 Jft I
m "ioiiW^' Scotch grain, double sole, hand-
gn        mad;, boot, per pair $1.75
9^ Girls' school boots in boxcalf and kid,
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $127"i
I up.
Silver Watches, K"nt-' open face
i $6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open i���<
| $7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Wenminster, B C
'. .1LUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.il
WARNING TO PURCHASER!
Evei y  ������   ' ami ai ot
louth   '���':''   n   Vol . ���
land grant must    11
polntment of n
In the i'oi in pro\   ��� I I ���        <-*���<*.
Special attention Is i
B-ctlon 3 ot So, Hon 5
Bounty Act, 1908, which
no assignment ot thi  r
unteer by the appolntnu
stltitte shall he accepted or n
by the Department    ol   ;     I-' :'"j
which Is not executed and dated aftfl
the date of the warrant for tht l��i|
grant Issued by the Mini ���        ���   I
and Dcfenre in favor of the ' ' ������
J. W. OREENWAY,
Commissioner of Domlnlo-
I.nnls. 0tta��t|
I
made
$L,.00 g
with   double  soles,  regular
,01 iis, for $1.50
ffl	
m PARENTS:As!t for 1eh^slruc,or"
m Sizes 8 to 101-2, made "nature-shaped,"
JVj        box calf Bluchers, per pair $1.75
M	
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NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
B_i.
it
m
All Weight.s, all Colors.
THE STORE FOR
SCHOOL SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
In Navy. Brown, and
Fancy Colored
II! Wool Colk
rs!
Shirt Collars!
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST   8H6E   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
: PRICES
$1.00 to $
!a_H--!e_-__s-_______-E_*HBi__-;^_{
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia Street I
V
TUESDAY, JAN. 26. 1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
Every  Fur in
the Store Reduced
T. H. Smith
Big Sale of
Table Damask
More Price Cuts
��� TO KEEP UP THE ���
Sale Enthusiasm
Closing out Odd Lines Lace Curtains
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Newsi
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;    Mon. v,'. Norman  Bole,  K. ���.
returned from  the Conservative
ventlon at Victoria.
con-
AH dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport"     cigars..       The     old    reliable.
brands.
��*
The  lla/.ie    Prairie    Co.,   Ltd.,  of
Mission, applies for two water records,
of  loOO inches and  fifty inches, from
i crooks in that district for mechanical
land domestic pur-ioses. Extensive land
j Improvements are contemplated.
attention for his family was adjourned
al ' cltj police court yesterday for
two days during which time the
children will be examined. The defendant bi vans to the Apostolic Faith
mission, which recently opened a
place of worship In the city.
Knock  the  cover oil  tt tox  of  "B.
C." cigars and try one. It will make
a "hit." **
Bi�� Reductions in
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums and Crockery.
Special $16 Dresser Stands for $11.90.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster, B.C.,
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
The Lamonl     brothers    have
pur-1
For first-class cut flowers and
kind    of    Floral      work,
Davies' Greenhouse, B20S.
any
chased timber holdings at   Coquitlam
from   I.   A.   Lewis,  the  transfer  being  ',
��� ��������������������������� ��tt������� a
$1.00   Lace  Curtains  for 50c per
Pair���
Ton pair in thi.- lot, slightly
soiled; nice floral, lacy < f
feet; . 1-2 and ii yards long.
Regular $1.00 for 50c per
Pair.
$1.75 Lace Curtains $1.00 Pair.
-I pairs, 3 yards long, real
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
hoautiful bordered effeel
with nice scroll design.
Regular 1.75, January Sale
Price- $1.00 per pair.
.1. T. Maynard, ol Cheam, offers the
i, hen pheasant    caught    by    his
hand    some    few    days
-if;  will be accepted with
cltj
daughter
, since,   Th
1 thanks and placed in tht
zoo.
telephone made b) A, Whealler, banister, it is
��* the Intention of the purchasers to
ereel a one or two-saw shingle mill on
tin- limits in the near future for the
purpose of convi ning the timber Into
shingle bolts, which can easily be
conveyed down to this city In booms
Queens park : on the Fraser river.
25 to 40 per cent, off on all
NET AND GUIPURE CURTAINS.
For table decorations and wedding
bouquet,���a specially. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 184. **
The funeral of the U
Mis
Mar-
A poverty ball is to be given under
the auspice.- of the Navajo club in St.
Georges hall iliis evening, when B'ow-
ler'_ orchestra  will be in attendance.
���The chaperones will be Mesdames A.j6
W. Cray, ,1. \V. Rogers, E. Couiet and 0I* Sunday, will take plac
D. A. Shiles. noon, when Rev, Ebenezar Robson will
officiate at   the  graveside,    The pallbearers will    be   James  Wise. T. A.
X
To the General Public:
SEE
PAGE
2
It is our intention to establish
as much as possible a cash
business for 1909.    An open
price list appears in this paper
to show you the great advantage
in buying for cash.
;arei   insley. who died In Vancouver ���
this after- ���
tt'i
ke
Try   Hans   Vaglsang   Poultry  iood.
best.    It's the stuff all people
: Public Supply Stores geo. adams :
��� rr * Prop. ���
th.
���pirn
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.        Phone  92.
Cleaning out Odd   Lines of Cur-
,   .   Muslins.   Madras  Casement
Cloth,   Etc.���
"LDOUl      26     ,h2,1      , :' e-'-s,    in
lengths from 7 to 15 yards,
whit'- and colored Madias.
coin spoi Muslin. Bobbin-
, ��� te, Casement Cloth, etc.,
i1 to ���', l Inches wide. Regular prices i've. 10c and 50c.
January  Sale  Price 20c yd.
Big Sale Bed Pillows
A    Good    Pan-    of   Pillows    for
$1.45���
li   dozen   iair ni< e  Puritan
i: ,' i   Bed   Pillows, size 19x
iI,  nice  strip id  I Ick,    Jaxv
Sale   :' Ice $1.45   pair.
Monster Sale   of   Remnants.���
Remnants   of   Dross  Goods,
-lings. c< ,       -   Prints,
G-alati as    Flannelettes,   Da
Kiraona     Cl   b
Wraj   ��� Cotti n ,  Lin-
��� ns. etc,   All at Sale Price.
���
i Mulr, William Kennedy, Judge A. Mor-; J
poultry should  use.    At your L. ,   ��� ,   ���    ....  ,     Ii.iAiAa...... X
Samuel  Conner and   R.   \\ into- ��� ���������������������������������������a**-^-*.-**/.*/' Aii+-��.nr ���������>��������������>������>a4-ax
grocers and druggists.
** |
:
mute.    The  cortege will  leave  Fales'
Sale of Silesia Lining and Percalene
15c and 20c Silesia for 10c Yd���
In black and ail colors, "fi
inches wide, splendid durable quality, Sale price 10c
per yard.
SILKS
Last   Call   for   Louisienne   Silks
at  45c  Yard���
20 pieces Louisienne Silks,
In pink, cardinal, ehain-
pagne, etc Regular 75c and
90c.    Saie  pric,   45c.
Denis   Murphy,   of   Ottawa,  one   of  undertaking   parlors   for   lhe   .Masonic   Everything   you   need  for  the   Family
cemetery al two o'clock.
Dinner at
Ai the annual meeting ot the-W. C.
T. I'. held vest -rday at tho league
i parlors of Queen- nvvnur the following officers were elected for the year: ! Also���
President, Mis. Watson; first vice-
president, Mrs. W. T. Reid; corres-l
ponding secretary Mrs. (Dr.) Hacking; recording secretary, Mrs, (Dr.)
MancfaBter;   treasurer,    Mrs.   H.   T
Young.' The meeting was well attend- 	
ed.    It was decided to hold a farewell
gathering for Miss Murcutt at Queensl-t-Uy J-OUT Groceries from
avenue church on Feb. 11,
the live directors of the Brum :te Saw
Mills company, arrived In the city
yesterday, and will remain here until
i after .Monday, Feb. 1, when the annual j
-meeting of the company will be held.
Mr. Murphy is the only director of the
com;,any who Is noi n Westminster
������ni.
Clear Havana cigars ot exclusive
merit���the "Brillante," made by the
B.  C.  Cigar factory. ��������
A. E. White has ret
Seattle, On Saturday hi
the    Alaska- Yukon-Pacific
unied    from
���  went  over
exhibition
; ground in company with Wiiford Bea-
! ton, chief? of the publicity department,
��� found a large    number    of men    engaged there, and    the    buildings   advancing fast.    The location    for    the
Canadian exhibit has been chosen.
The     summons     against     Lucien
Stewart for failing to provide medical
The Moody Park Store
Butter, I! lbs. for $1.00, and a full assortment of Seasonable Goods.
W.  H.   SMITH,  Proprietor.
Corner Sixth   Av   and   Tenth   St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone  18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
A general meeting of the Westminster  Football  club  wlll  be    held    at I
Murchie's shop this evening at    eight';
o'clock, preceded by a meeting of the
executive. I
3 lbs. creamery  butter   :   -   -   $1.00 Mince Meat, per  package   -   -
The butchers store carried on    bj   Canned salmon, 2 cans for   .   -       25 Klondike Soap, 4 bars   -   -   -
Joseph Tnavers  on  Columbia    street' the best quality, tin 15  Eclipse Soap, per cartocn G bars
Sapperton.    has    been    acquired    by'Baking  Powder, Blue  Ribbon, Toilet Soap, 3 cakes to box   -   -
10
20
20
10
per can
fl
niitBi's
Big January Sale
PYTMIAIN
I Baking Powder, Schillings Besl
Extracts,   Lemon   and  Vanilla,
best brand 8  oz. bottle   -
20 Tea (Soagulla   sold at
package)  special   -
Flour, per sack   -   -   .
50
���10c per
35
1.65
I
-=5. Arthur Ovens & Co.   The transaction
I was completed yesterday evening. Mr.
I Travers  starts  another    business    in
Sapperton, antl will continue his   au-
SKATING      RINK ct,oneer,nBanf rinS sales at Lyttonjphone97 PROMPT DELIVERY.
__^_ ' square on market day -
NEW"   OF P. HALL.     * \ ~	
Eightn and Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon.
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skates for 10c. Cora-
mutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
Orders   Taken
tock-Taking
After taking stock we find we have several
odd lines of good winter shoes. These we
are putting on our bargain tables, and
cleared out they must be. Here is a sample of how they are goinj
Chimney
Sweeping
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters
ig:
M
n's
Velour, Box Calf ana Gun-Metal Shoes
Regular price, $5.50 and $6.00, going for
.45
$4
Women*s, Misses' and Children's Shoes
at the same reductions.
Remember this is at
:. Sinclair's
Holmes Block, New Westminster.
SEASONABLE
��� _        ZZI
Chest
Protectors
Chamois Vests
Hot Water
Bottles
Skin Lotions
i
Here's a Toast
To the insurance companies who pay their losses
promptly and who insure your property for less
than others. 	
All the companies I represent aro reliable Canadian companies with enviable reputations for the prompt payment of losses, and they charge less
for your risks than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE YOU   MONEY.
A. W. McLEOD
BIG STOCK
AT
C HOICEBEEF
CURTIS'
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER. I PllOne   192
Pacific Meal Market
MoMENEMY _IANI)lRSON
Columbia St.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY, mn. 26, 1Jfl9
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Comnieucing January 1st train tor
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 aud from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladles and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
I Empires of Recent Date 1
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. D. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   v-uinou-ir.
Telephone 54. P. 0. Box 665
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mcinness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
Just arrived���Full and complete-stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest possible prices, Call in and inspect our stock: no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A.   Hardman.
A.  James. J. McClughan.
WHEN  YOU  BUY  A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get value for your
money. See us before
you decide to purchase.
Plumbing Keating Hardware
Hardman & Co.
Sole Agents.
Trust     Block.     Front     Street,      NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ii is somewhat astonishing to think
that less than 200 years ayo uot one
of the big empires of today existed,
With the solitary exception of China,
Japan was never mentioned, Lho United States did not exist as a separate
power, Russian was not considered of
much account, ami even the British
empire had not really started out on
its career, for it did not include India,
Australia, Canada, .New Zealand, nor
a rod of Africa. As for the German
empire of today it is not yet 3S years
old.
Germany is constantly being accused of a wish to go to war for the
sake Of new territory. To do the
kaiser and his subjects bare justice
ii must be admitted that they do not
want war for glory.
Hut the population of the German
empire is already too big for the country. In a generation or two there will
not be room enough for the people In
the fatherland,
This is why the kaiser wishos to
found a new overseas empire. He
would not object to a portion of tho
British empire, provided he could get
it.
Hut his pet idea, is to establish a
big. new German empire in South aud
Central America, starting With Venezuela, and taking in Chile and Peru,
and spreading out to the limitless
pampass of the Argentine. The republics themselves are not strong
enough to effectively resist a powerful invasion.
All that prevent.*- tlie kaiser's con
quesi  in South America is the strong
ijection of the United States thai he
should  do anything of the sort.
Many level headed Americans con-
It certain that the day will dawn
when the Stat"- will join with Canada,
and then either conquer or peacefullj
annex all South and Central America
���and without asking the permission
of the kaisi     either,
France hopes some day to consolidate a big empire In Africa, which will
Include   Ug via.   Tunis and  Morocco,
If she succeeded she wou'd dominate!
li ��� Medlti rranean.
The gnat ambition oi Russia is to
acquire   a   greai   port   which   will     be I
with ice for months during each year.
The Russian dream is  that ihe czar
will eventually capture Constantinople
and annex a large part of the sultan's ;
dominions.
If the British Empire becomes too
weak to interfere, and Germany were
busily engaged in America,  the czar's    f
I Young People,    Attention |
You can receive
Instruction in night classes at
Columbian College
I-   ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING. 8PELLINQ,��CORRE8P0NDEN__
TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,     LAW.    PENMAN
SHORTHAND,
SHIP.
All or any
from 1 to 9.
part of the above Tuesday and  Thursda\
...
���     ���,
gray-coated soldiers might  march into
the capital  of   the  Turks.
The Japanese aro in the same position as Germans. Their country is notj
large enough for all the population. |
Statesmen and travelers who ought]
to know allege that the Japanese hope j
to obtain possession of Australia some!
day and found a new empire of the
chrysanthemum under the southern I
cross.
There might be a new empire in the.
Balkans koiiio day if Servia,  Bulgaiia|
and   .Montenegro   were     to    combine.
Then. Instead of being potty states of
no account,    they   would   become    a
power to be reckoned with.
In the same way, if Denmark, Sweden and Norway were to join together,
there might be an empire Of Scandinavia in  the future.
.Id.n  Bull  appears  to  be al,oin the
I only great   power  on  earth   satisfied
with  things  as  they  are.   He dues not
want any  more territory,  bin   merely
purposes to keep what he lias uot.
It was the fixed opinion of Napoleon
that the great empire of tbe future
would be found in the east, His own
great ambition at the outset of his
career was to have set up an eastern
empire,'-which would have included
Egypt, Syria, India, Persia and a few
oilier   trifles.
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Modern 9-room house on Third avenue, corner lot, in good repair; on city
car line. Price $2500. Terms $lou
cash, balance on monthly payments.
inter-sl  8 per cent,     MOVE QUICK.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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Choice  Meats
AT THE
Centra! Meat Market
Corner  Eighth St.  nntl     Fifth  Avenue
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office, Front  St.,
P. O. Box 345.
JOt   oi   c-   '*"���
P h on <    . '
1'. O.Box  474.
Tel.  53,
-���$
opi ii all  the year round.    At  pi eseni
all the chief Russian ports are blocked
PHONE   H70.
BOWELL  <_   CODY.   Prnonelorv
tar      advi ;.    - '      "a
��� IN ���
HE       D  A  I   L  v       '.   E   .'
If   "ou   WANT   HE
Gasoline Engin
We Sell the Celt.
Palmer  Bros.  Engines!
I
to 25 h. p., 2 ai -
value on thi   marki t. :
stock at
..VV estinmster,.
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westoito
iJ-Sl--.
BU\
Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as Supplied by
The Reichenbach Company
PURE FOOD PURVEYORS
The best meat |at the lowest possible! prices.    Butchered,
dressed Jand shipped  under GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
Under the latest and cleanest conditions.   Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers       -       -       -       -       Columbia St., New Westminster IrUESDAY, JAN. 26, 1909.
THE DAlLf NKWS.
i'AGt' SKVK.N
The Daily News
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
PHONES:
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B 22���Editorial  Rooms, Front Street..
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
If you are not a .sub-
scriber to The Daily
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well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
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Births, marriages,
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church notes, foreign
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���and get the paper
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THE PEOPLE
i. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago., London,
Hamilton, Tor-,_._,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
1 And all the principal business centers of
I ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
j Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fur Tim*1 Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VA_X.
Assistant Gen'l Fasseugc-r and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Would Dredge
Nanaimo
Harbor
A   wv   ambition    p     i , en
lunched In Nanaimo      ing an aglta-
I tion started by cltizi a   to nave ,a governmenl survey made ol Nanaimo har-
i jor, in be followed bj exi nsh ��� drodg-
; tag.    li   is expected  that it v ill  take
$100,000 or more to complete the work
! in view, arid the citizen   will urge the
government to hav,- this undertaken
; Captain Ya.te , prime mover in the pi i
ject, claims thai  there Is  more deep
sea tonnage   coming   Into   Nanaimo
every  year  than  in  either    Victoria,
Vancouver or New Westminster,   This
tonnage Is Increasing every day, and
In order to secure wharfagi and dockage   facilities   tor   projected   new   In
le   io ai commodate the growln -
of  the  harboi   generally.  It
Its necessary to deenerj the harbor.
It Is !' irther urged that Nanaimo I
ricl   is  shipping  more  natural    pro-
i d id    '   ni any otlu-r district In  British Columbia.
A mai    meeting of citizens is to bu
'hfjld in iuo week', time to draw up
ind press the matter on the
government,
LITTLE  GIRL DIES FOR
LACK  OF   PURE  AIR
K'lowna, Jan, 25. \ little German
girl named Heber died verj suddenly
on Saturday morning Sh,- resided
iviili iur parents In a mlserablj small
She suffered from :i slight
cold on l'"r,,iv mi e ailment ap-
pi :i:���',! trivial. Al a_ early hour on
Saturdaj morning she woke _er
mother by asking for a drink of wat,-r,
gavi ,i gasp or two and then ex-
pired The air In the shack, which
sheltered four persons was described
by the physician who was called in as
Indescribably foul, and it. is his opinion that the child simply smothered,
In its ailing condition, for lack of pure
air.
! WILL  MAKE PUBLIC
POLICY OF  JAPAN
Notice.
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrle, of
New Westminster, B. C, occupation,
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Westmnlster:
Comruenoiag at a post planted at
the V'Uthwest corner of lot 1390,
thi me ',nst to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to southwest corner
of lot ii',17, thence southerly, westerly
and norherly to point of commencement,  containing  100  acres  more  or
less.
DANIEL JOHN' McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN F. BAGGS,
Agent.
Dated December 18th, 1908,
Tokyo,  Jan.   25
ration will   b
world within :i I'i ��
ot   I on ign  At, lira
Japan's  policy on
known    to     the
lays when Miniv  c
Count  Jui.aro    Ko
mura announce ��� ii  I, fore the diet,
!:   Is   understood   the   minister   will
express Japan's deti rmination to avoid,
coi  plications Involving   other    coun-
tries by not allowing Japanese of thej
lower class to leave their native country.
 ,.. a___i_._ .-., ..-_!_..L-;-:-^
Thursday Night, January 28
Charles   H.   Yale  Co.'.    Twenty-eighth
Annual Oblation, the Everlasting
Devil's Auction
Extraordinary  Spectacle
Superior  Scenic   Investiture.
Four   Baby   African   Elephants   in  Native Jungle  Dance.
Large    Company    Extravagantly  Costumed.
Grand  Transformation  Scene,
"Armor,
"Best Ever"
"Every Feature New This Year."
tli   of seats at  Ryall's drugstore.
Pi li      $1 00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
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ADVFRTISK        *_J
��� IN  ���
THE      DAILY      NEW8
To  INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
Changes in  U. S. Cabine-t.
Washing) n, Jap. 25.���President
Roosevelt todaj received the resignation of Secretary ol Slate Elihu Root,
recently elected senator from New
York. Tbe nomination of Robert
Ba on,   now   assistant    secretary    of
tte, �� v sent to tbe senate to suc-
i ��� ! Root us secretary of state. The
president also nominated John C,
Loughlin as assistant secretary o��
stat- to succeed Bacon.
CWRZON  LIKELY TO
SUCCEED EARL GREY
Ottawa, .Ian. 25.���Little credence Is
attached m the report from London
that Ixird Northcote will succeed Lord
Grey as governor-general, ll Is thought
here thnt Lord Curzon Is more likely
to be selected.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON arid
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
iiaintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply tn
'    H    ROGERS,  Trafftr.   Manager,
WE ARE USING PURE CANADIAN MILK II!
Cowan
9        Milk Chocolate,
S    Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
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HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office,  Greenhouses   and   Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS for the spring trade
from the best growers in England, France, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
we8 as those which can bo successfully grown In B. C.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
and small fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental   In   ail   leading
varieties suitable for    planting
In H. C.    All lb"  best make ef
���ira>   pumps.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc,
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Stations will run every half-
hour from 6: f>0 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver ll:*- ���
Oars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton -md city limit- over tbe
clu Hue,
City   Line:     Cats  lenve tram 2
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
Otes after and forty minutes af- j
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. +
f
a
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ft
at t"it minutes after the hour, #
half past an 1 fifty mhutes after 1
the hoar, commencing at 6: HO ���
a. m. ���
-ROFESSIONAu.
AHFJALLKIt, BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
| opposite Court House, New Westmiu-
! stcr.    P_o��-> 143.
A.
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Sunday Service   nairneurlT ba- ���
tween u :10 a.m and 11 p.m.        v
British Columbia Electric Ry.Co.,Lt_^
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATE8:
Room $t  per day up.
Room a.id  board $2.60 per day up.
room with bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
HITFSm!. & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
\\. J. Whiteside, 11. L- Edmonds.
All oatalde rooms, with hot and cold
water, sieani heat, long distance tele-
idione. 'Has meets all trains and boats
CARLKTON  GILBERT, Mgr.
"LAND SAKES!
I never knew you had such a steel; of
goods here." This Is what people say
who come for the first time and see
our immense stock and the great va-
ri.ty w<? carry. And when we tell
them our prices liiey say: "1 am sorry
I did not know you were here before
I furnished my house." DON'T YOU
BE s'iRRY, but. come to get all icinds
of gOOdg at
Speck & CrandelTs.
When you want any kind of repalr-
iu-z done, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on  the Wheel."
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$1.00
j 3 lbs. Creamery Butter,
$1.00
This is the best value in
butter on the market.
Try it.
No. 1 Potatoes, in sacks
(not frozen), per sack,
$1.00
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tf.-t;j|i Public Meeting
SNAPS
We have several lines
left yet from our fire
sale which we are selling at away below cost,
such as Soap' with the
wrapper slightly damaged with water. Some
can goods also.
Eight packages "Force"
25c
Selected eggs, every egg
guaranteed, 3 dozen for
EdipSe and
Universal
Bread
Makers
Sargent's   Gem   Food
Choppers.
Asbestos Sad Irons
Vegetable Slicers
Anderson &?
Lusby
C.P.R. TO ELECTRIFY I
iROAD OVER MOUNTAINS1
Announcement of Intention!
To Supersede Steam Pow-!
, er by Electricity is Made.
Winnipeg, .Man., Jau. _;>.- -The au.
nouncement conies from Montreal toda.. that the Canadian Pacific railroad
will electrify its system through the
mountains.    For  some   time  officials
[of the Canadian road have had experts
gtudying the streams in the mountains
with a view to determining whether
enough energy could    be    developed
, through waterpower to supply electric
power.    They reported that  from the
j Rocky mountains   to the coast   range
is sufficient    to    supply
power for all the    railroads    in    the
the waterfal
power for a
United States.
TRUSTEES AND TEACHERS
TO HAVE SOCIAL GATHERING
Eighty   Applications     Considered     for
Janitorships���Teachers   Ask  for
Increased  Salaries.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
We make a .specialty of   flr   doors,
steamed and kiln dried.
C.A.WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phones  193 and 443.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
A social meeting between the school
teachers of the city and the members
of the board of school trustees will Ij:1
held in the near future, this having
been decided upon at it meeting of
the school board yesterday evening,
when the sitting was prolonged until
a  late hour.
The appointment of janitors to tbe
Central and Westside schools was not
definitely decided upon, although three
choices were selected for each
school. A final decision will be reached   today,  .Over eighty    applications
en   H celvi d for the two positions.
The principals of the different
schools were presem at the meeting
last night in order to bring matters
affecting their departments to the
notice of the trustei . Pi lnci| al Strain
berg of the hiuili school, stated that
:v , oom would he n< eded bj next
uly for additional pupil ; Miss
Ro rs Intimated thai her thi nssist-
janls should be given an Increase in
I salary, while II. II. Mackenzie asked
lother division al the Sappi rton
il where another room would be
ni ��� ded by mid-summer, Trustee
Pi , bles reported thai Clerk of Work-
Office   Eight street   Turabul]  had ������������,,���,  his estimate
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  8.  C.       |of the cost of repairs   at    the    boyB'
Central  school;   these  would  amount
io $5977.
P. o. Canfleld, principal of the
Westside school, reported thai two of
his rooms were overcrowded; on of
his assistants was also entitled to an
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LEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113.
"Una"
A Cantata by A. E. Gaul
will be given in
; Increase in salary.
SURVIVORS OF SOQUEI.
Queen's Ave. Methodist Church TAKEN FROM SEABIRI) KOCKS
Thursday Evening, Jan. 28
X
Ni w  Westminster, B, C,
January  15, 1909,
To  His  Worship the Mayor: ���
We, tbe undersigned, respectfully
:��� quest ibat you call a public meetin:;'
at your earliest convenience, for Ui<-
purpose of hearing a report from our
delegates recently sent to Victoria on
ih: Coquitlam da.��� proposition, tad
; >o for the purpose of discussing the
same.
Very respectfully,
(Signed), T. S. Annandale, W. S. Ool-
lister, J. S. Bryson, W. L. Johnson,
C. <;. .Major, Thomas R. Pearson, P.
i .1. Mackenzie, A. B, White, _, h.
Hands, I,. B. U'.sby, D. S. Curtis, F.
.1   Hart, John A. Lee.
Chorus  will  consist  Ot over    ninetj    Men  Who   Escaped   Drowing    and   en-
voices,     from     combined     C-Olrs     of      dured Terrible' Privations Through
Vancouver    and    New    Westminster.! Wreck Are  Rescued.
under the joint conductorship of Mr,
Win. Hicks and Thos, Ft, PearSon,
Conceri al 8 p.m. sharp. The lasi "!   Lhe ��""������    of    the
wrecked   Vmerican   schooner    Soquel,
Admission, 25 Cents ,��� ,  ,      ���   ,   ,
* seven men,  Including Capt.  Jamieson
     and   Mate  Swans,in.  were   rescued    a:
daylight on    Sunday    morning    from
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ si-a iii id  rocks, Paohena    bay.  by  the
��� %Jk/|<~       ��-9        *- 1   ' '   ''    u   sfeamer  Tees and   the   life-
��       ������ ll^lt  S   IO      ���  boai crew From Bamfleld, which went
* T  to the scene <d' the    wreck   on    the
* ___>���_-(_OmC i steamer Leehro. The men were shortly after their rescue, transferred io
the United *iii' - revenue cutti r Vlan
I ning,  in be  taken  to  Neah  bay    for
; medical ireatmi nt,    They  were utter':
i      if you  die,  will your family | u  exhausted   and    bad   suffered   In-
4   be provided for?    No ihought- J tensely from the night exposure on the
fui  man can let  that question XI wind-swept, Bpray-dashed rocks,
remain unanswered.    You owe J ��� { __
them the protection thai life as   X x__
4   Burance gives. i
X
4      The   new   Reserve   Dividend
��� Policies   of   the
:TheSunLife
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
: of Them ?
�� ^dison
rj Phonograph
The meeting   originally   called tor
the lllth Inst., has been postponed at
tne  request  of  petitioners until  Wednesday, the 27th Inst., at 8 p.m.
W. ... DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
city Hall, January 20,  1*09.
furnish   Endowments   at   Life ��� i uookinc
Rates. The guaranteed Cash
Surrender Values and Paid-up
Values are exceptionally liberal,
in keeping with tho other terms
of the policies.
See us about these new policies.
EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS,   VICTOR  GRAMOPHONES
SINGER AND WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINES.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Write for prices.       Easy terms.
j F.J. HART -CO., LTD. tJ.H.TODD'S Music House
COLUMBIA STREET
The LAST WEEK of
Co
stei
ary
CLEARING
SALE
����?/
A new list of low prices for this last week of our Big
Clearance Sale. Lines advertised here must be cleared
out before Saturday. Take advantage of the general
reductions on all goods (except spools and patterns)
which prevail throughout the storefor this week only.
The .Millinery Department's Special
to the Big' Sale.
very Trimmed Hat in the Store
on sale at
EACH
In all, there are about 30 hats left in the M
nery Department, and the order has I sen
to clear them out before next Saturday.     You can have your  choici
the lot, and you will have to act quickly if you wish to secure one.   Regular values, $5.00 to $12.50.   On sale for seven days only, each $2.50
Ladies9 Golf Jackets, $1.25
Regular $2.7.1 and $3.00 values.    Dozens of these serviceable garmi
have been sold during the past three weeks of our sale at $1.95 each.   We
have still about 40 left, and to be sure they will all be sold by next Satu
we have still further reduced the price.   Colors: Navy, brown, cardii
black and  white.    On sale for the last week  of our January Sale,
each       $1.25
I
A Snap in Lace Curtains,
95c per pair, to clear out all
$1.25, $1.50 & $1.75 Values.
A,iout fifty pair which we must
, lear out this week. These curtains
are of N'rittlngham make with floral
or conventlbnal borders and centre-
in plain in figured di signs. Lengths
are '���'��� and '^ yards; widths arc 12
to 50 inches The entire l��>t on the
bargain table for the last week of
our big January Bale;  95c per pair,
Attractive Bobbinet Curtains, $2.95 per pair, regular
$4.00 and $4.25 Values.
Thlrtj   pair only    of   white    an I
ecru   Boblned  curtains,  three  yards
long,  52 inches  wide,   with    frilled
Ide and bottom;  top is finished all
idy for rods.   The loi to clear al
$2.95 per pair.
(W
$**r
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" i
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p
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Our Overstock of Towels
Means a Week of Low Prices'
Three Bpeclal lines which afford
housekeepers an excellent opportunity tn replenish their towel supply.
A High Grade of Linen Towels (large sizes), on sale at
55c per pair.
Regular Price 80c Per Pair.
Eighteen dozen of   best    quality
hemstitched       linen       Huckaback
towels, sizes 22x44 and 24x42 Inches,
also six dozen linen towels with
fringed ends. Regular prices 40c
each-  on sale 30c, or 55c per pair.
Large Size Turkish and
Linen Towels at 50c per
pair.
Regular 70c Per Pair.
Twelve dozen  white Turkish
teen dozen uubieached Turkish
ten dozen  linen  Huckaback toi
Blzes 21x45 .md 23x50 Inohe
Or without colored centre stripi ��� ���
borders.    On sale    this    week   i
each or 50c per pair,
Turkish and Linen Towel?
Sale at 25c per pair.
Regular 35c and 40c Per Pair.
Ten doz'ii Turkish and six dc.
linen Huckaback towels; sires -1
and 20x30 Inches.    On sale 25c
pair.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE  FOR; WOMEN'S WEAR
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