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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WH,TE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C
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1V ,      ASSURANCE'S'-    ./
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columola St.   Phone 85.
V01    ME I
NUMBER 29.
lUftNIMillAM I'liUlMS
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY I, 1909
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Iiph 10 Hli-      !���"""""" ",ut,li     HOOK Olltf 1KB
,B gf M KOREA!    ��"'��"" ��    M�� cLuiA
| President  of   board   of   Trade  Tells  of
Advantages of Only Fresh Water ,,
prince It" Tells People of the j Port on Pacific Coast Sacramento River Goes Two
pensinula  Control   Is  to
BeKeiu-
The .'mi'   or, I'i ince
id, in general In
L'a, anil   ll"' ^"peror's   suite   re*
Calgary, Alia ,  Fi      ..    i ,���, (.liin������.
""'i called   li)   I'lvni, i   Rutherford ol
A1 '";'   " '" "'   - i-ie greai  question
nt   Un;  expon   p| ,...,:,|  ,,,   ,,
province to the market. ���i the world   ,ilis we,.|
Feet Above Highest Mark
And Still Rises.
SEVERAL NEW BILLS
BOWSER INTRODUCES   !f��lt n��tal ���<     ! BOGUS TRAMP TRAPS
CAREFIJLiUONWED    mm mm
Postmaster-General's    Department    As-1 	
sures Robert Jardme Sujgc.tions      I ...    .. ,     ,
Are   Receiving Attention. Raili'Oad   SpOttO.,   DlSgUlSd I
.  As Hobo, Betrays Dishon-
K.
i'.-.,. 3.���The Sacra-
ii by the rains ot
ti,'-'-. """"?:���l"'n::::'l-1 ----��� ��� .,���, !    .'���;",.;' "''""
i ���
in
-   on   ut ih.- empire
m eclared to liuve  been  a
lg3 [D ,.,-.   . ��aj 'ind ii.n in havi
j anj    - i loua accl li nts
assurances are
.   ittil ei,' ot ile- Koreans,
li did noi .-how
,lllli   1.1,1,111,     i ,.'i
";,:.       ill
I
|lll 111   .-,,, I c
.lin more than one
111    hearers  that
i i Japan ��oui i
ol "f Korea.
���nornlng   with an   at tendance ol     100  "" h,*her "^
delegates.    Tho.se p,-,  eni represented   "'" a record hU ' p
the  government,  gralngi-oweru   bank-l     pl'ani1 ll ' Islng. The stream
ers and  busin. is m. a uf Alberta, the! wlllcD is n��w i i ting out u new ehan-
Kovernmcni  ol   131   |   , Columbia, an I   ,K'1  pa '   ">   K<-d  Bluff,    has    carried
""' C """,:i1  "'���������'    ���    of l-a Porta  awaj   It.ni    . ,,... lnall $25i	
'"   V "'     "'"   ���'   ��   Westmin i.-r,   and  u I   1 ....   ,,,. ,,,.,,, two feet
���"'''   ':i    ' ' '   '"   Victoria       William   In   tliuuiet.-,-. ,       ..;,,.   ^rehouses
"!'""   '"   x incouv- ���   appears  mi   I    the       ainbo | ������;  have    a
"all   e:    .!������   iimvii v.,, im , ,,   . ���    ,,   ,|   |
in-ill.   \',iiie,i iver is     ,        nted       i I'll    i i
II.   Heaps,   li,   \\ .   i,-.,.
���   on;   Ni ,.,,..
V      li       m,  and  \
I'M   .
...   by ropes.
P'. i  He- Southern
an IE.1       ' , Hit:    i idi e aci be  Sacramento
by   ,|.    a. it   '1 carried
by    D  It Impelling i [fie. hrtwee.i
lotu   li.v been    tre-
House   Held   Short .Session
Yesterday-The Debate on
Brewster's Act Adjourned, i   ah activities a. work f,���- ,i���. ad.|    est Employees to Officials
Vii tor ;i, K
The   Uuuse   li! I   ,,
shoii sei i.rn today, bul transacted a
1 ertaln am iuni ur mor or less forma]
busim Utorney-Gi neral Bow ier In-
trod ,,���,-d ,i number el" new bills as foi
lows; in .un, mi ii,,. provincial > ��� c
tiom aci. in amend i he munlc pal
clansi s   cl. i.i amend i be Bre   Insur-
aci;  tn am n
ance poll
i tilt ion mi ���;  ;,i amend th law ol  ven
dor nne     mu haser,   and ' i    simplify
ti Hi   .   rn amend He aw    i ourt
:������ ���
The  following  bills    , n ad    ii
vancement of the free postal delivery
,ue doing their  best  in the Interests!
of the city, and   the  following lettei
has been received  by Robert Jardim
from   the   acting   deputy
Seneral of Canada: Im, the blind baggage waa a wily rail-
1  beg to acknowledge the receipl  ol   ,,, ,,    |������,,,,.   am| ,.ll..���,1'lllU  ac?cptiug
your  letter   of   the   19th   Inst,   recoil!      ,���. ,,,,,_  ,,. ,,. ag  tho,r ,������,   ���������������.
mending  that   the New   We-tmin-t*.   ������. ,,   R &  v bl.akenion   1;,,.   dls.
post office   be  re-organised    on    ihe| ,.,,.,,���,, ,,���,��� ,���,.������������.���.���
I'ol llaud,   I'.',..   ..     ilnlirel.      nn   U
en .mi   thai   ihe  begrimed, poorly-clad
Individual offering them a silver dol-
postma t. .    |;il    ,. be allowed ;,, ,,,!,, ,!,,. di, ,,,, .
,l   i,.. urbi-; semi-staff    asia   and   a   fn e  deliv. rj
San   Fi mn i co    and    Oi    on       The
feetiveln secur.n, l0 him |     v������Ji      M,M ^^ ?ribbJe   ^   M^'   *st   n0rth  ��fl��' Brewster's net for the better secr-Umt a
.;.      Heretofore
ti    ,       nl,-i- more
��� : in .i    human     ��� i
nice among
��� adil; cl angiug,
Ki   '.ni   are cutting
following   tli
,
! '   'i    : :       ,     i . .   ,
1 'M ot expo .... i.i   thi   coast. 	
H t   Damacje  to   Property.
ledd ���   i ���'.      i lie   alllli i! '.
I   rain   of lasi   few
ill! ���   '    ll  ,       I . !   .
 INCREASE OF C.P.8 STOCK       "'""""" ��ol Ml"* *--
FRsllSCO FINE
LOSSES ORDERED PAID
���  Holocaust in  1906
ts  Acjainst  Rc��-
��� ng Companies.
Judge    Van
idgl     ii
  n -    ihi
.. in, ,i  refused  to
in',   carried   h
'' is ti Idi .ii      the
DISCUSSED AT OTTAWA
\i nn   damage  h ,-   I een   doni
n we vi        ;, 1    i ilhe  i ���
 Ivi ���-��� I  in , -e.'ip,. the <: i_ mi.  it
system   be established,  nnd enclosing ,    ,.,,,������   lia88enger   brakemen
:l re "' ,mm lh" assesamenl coinmis   liav,, ,,��������� (m tJu, ra,IM,,  |ate]j    ;iI|,
sloner to the city council showing thai   ,I|:1|    8uperlntendenl    Ben    Campbell
;!l"   squired    population    has    been   ,���s   U(,n  BubstanUated  ,,,   .,   ,,:li��� .
rPa<'h"1 v   Ii .1-1  several     Nothing more than
second time;   Maglstra idmeni |     Tn reply l beg to   ay thai this ma ���     lhg oflunders ,.,,��� ,���, ,,,������
act, the bill dealing with   be revl being  carefull*   considered   bj ,    T,���, [)lck.up bU8|ness ������. ,,���. ,���,,,.,,
cf tb   statutes regard!n    the llcensin-*    '>   department." tive brakemen has been    more    than
of clubs; and the horticultural    bi i d      A committee of the city coum ' hi .   ;   g00d  lhj.  wil|.,.,.   ,���,,.,,;,.
.    tulmeni   bill.   The **econd reading | the naming of streets al pn  eni ivith   tbe exceptional weath.     Zero tempei
cognomen i��� hand.   When this  ,,���,     ,��� m1��� ,'.   ,���,,..,,,,;��� .',,.    ,,
.,i hoboi i, caugh   In eastern Wasl
   ^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^JI" nt" I'm
idjourned until two o'clock tomorrow .,,,_      ,   ,      omh   to California  wltl
,fi "o"n Monnr Indians-about     n ��� *,!
��������� - tbej ^^i noi r( I1:I l0,,,,,_,,,,.
Forced Labor  in Congo. Tfl   RETURN   TO   OLD   HOME peed  would  do,
" ' and they have In   n "coming through'
London, Feb    I.    Telegraphing from 	
^                                                              '*'  '  muff- ls iM Breal danger and may   ������-   ���,  mln���  workera   wages wa_ fl]s0   is done tendera  w���. ,10 ,,,,���,,,  f     ,,���
'd the inmost enthusias,,, in the ���ues- he swept away. Introduced, th  ate     ,    HI v   house numbering.
'��� | Brussels   the    correspondenl    of    the
badly crippled    Dally Chronii ,.|   stands
; willi a I'.ie In;,  thai has   fatteni d
Tribe That Was Banished from Oreycn   |iocki I looks ol    hobo speeders" to   in
     'l I -    ii .  , I I'll ll, vll
cifli :  :   on the Oreg in  line at
"Billy"  McLean   Insists  That  Corpora-    ; "'    "''"  washed  mil   lasi  nlghl   and
ii.. i. D-...I . ������ , ��� no train inn l,i> run between
tion Is Preparing for "Melon Cut-
K,-il  Bluff and  Ouusmui All of yes-
ting"  for  Favored   Few.                        ,     . ,   , ,     ,
lerdaj -  |iassenger  trains ure  held  at
v ,|  Biuff on me south and Dunsmuir
Ottawa,  Fi The principal  mat- "'   '���'"   north.     STa trains   can   reach
ed  in    in   Housi   yesi    . !  l;l':l1  '""':'   :'*"" "'"'' '' direction. I
.   lated  in the p ,'..������        .    ue ol  addi '""'  " lPl ; ���'"    *Na !l ''  ' ' ''   "; 	
���imial   i*   P   R      ..      and  Ihi   ���               "  '-']" " '"'"   Tehama,  where tiiere      ..-. m      ,.���,,,    :     Exhibits   for    the
iiiiiiiu. ���                .               Cohol    Sei ;:"  ',v"  : '':   "!  watpr ln  ;h" s;l''""',r;'   Via a-Yu on-Pacifii     exposition    will
ipposi Ion v  v ���     arraigned th ']l"    '" londltion  exists at  ilamil- j,,.  . .,,,   ,.,,!,,,]  ,���,.,������  ,),,, . , , a    ,,���,,.
��� ernmeni  for authorizing the C.P.R     "''  rilx   '"1;1 Sl' 'l<i:i""- "ll1  'h'   '"' '    ha th    regnla    freijjhl  rates,   ai
to Increas,  I    capilal stock from I15Q, ll'nt8 ol    '''   '    ,1:"'' ' ;r" '""���''"- '"" I in- ���   tarifl    idvance
,     I'nlted   Stat,      Will  withhold       '" Attacking Whites in 1874 We're       unprecedented exten.
Its adhei ion to the anm xation of the'
Congo In lependi nl    lati n-
uniil B dglum ' n Factoi
ai   Bi [tain's  d. ui inds   of
the g . ipri ssion in the Con.-o of fo ���
lai
Half rate  for  Fair  Exhibits
Dying  of  Sorrow.
'Ml i   to   ���-V" I,      W,   K    M.ii-
ii   ihe  !',.'"-led  disirii".
rived '.. sterday.
"i   I90ti,    in   .il  lean an i othei    In    I d thai
eaieiniar of ihe pany was planning to cut the "melon"   MFY|fA|U   fllTTFR
i oiirl and ���    ' ror  ci    aln     tvo ed tholdei
' idi -I ,' v allotting in them stock al   1.3, when
The othe h   would  be worth   173
were allotted   oore  nine mi ihe          M,   Graham,  minister or rail-
���: the defi'iidnni     ,:        ,id thai Lhe governmenl favo ________
bad noi had tim. . | all  railway   ��� xtension us  bonefieial
pepare io.-the iinai presentation ,0 ,.,. ,;,,;,, \V,v. Government Vessel Disabled
' nialilllig Templeman   is   Missed.
fide.1 involvi 1250,000.   The judg-     The Inlnn I reveni itimates. whin,       Far at Sea Gets Assistance
' !' '" "��� ihri e in nn-   hai  In i n  pri pared by   Hon,  Mr, Tern-
,llc>i\ -: id. man,   fared   badly,   and   no    othi r
i
ministers knew anything aboui iii m.
The opposition members condemned
lhe governmenl  because nothing had
ATTEMPT MAY BE MADE
SAVED BY WIRELESS     TO RAISE REPUBLIC
Spoi lers have red ntlj  r, po t 1 Int.
local  headquai i i - thai   11)0    i.i     loo
Washington, Feb. 3.-A��t,-r a wear; I PnUnma Passenger, had been counted
Inn ih.   firs'!  division easl  of Portland.
��an   "I   mor.   iiinii a  niird  ,,t  a cen-l . , ,
,( i i'ani liiaK'in,"!  nave been  Using 111
tury,  Captalij  Jack's   band  ol   Mod ..    . . ,    ,-   H   ,,���,,;,���;,���   $73 ���.
Indians are about to be ifcrmitted to $il      , , ���    ,���,���.,     thel]
\reUun to their old homes In the lai :', .,   , l;,  ,,   :lt   .,   ,,���,,.,,.   p,
ol  the    Setting Sun.    Following their  fr0ra lh��� ,,,,-.���, ,,.- ,;,ivn.inL, ,,���,
' ������'������- ;*   warfare  on  the white    el ' .������,  ''dmgbats."   The    prevalence    of
tiers in Oregon  iu   1874 these Indians  ��� ���  ^J,. ,, , ,,.,,.  ,���,,���.,.
�� xilwl to Indian Territory, where bmk ,,,   ,,,,.,,,  suspicion,    too,    so
Ml      v''  ���'   i'-""1   '-'��� '    "'''    QuaI)a I there have been some queer seem    In
'���- - ' '     '     ,,i;    i|11" lhere ��ere  ,h, ,,.,;,.,.,, offIces sim���. ;i.
.71   ul  :'   iu, -vi    ���i,ee  ,   ,-eai    had    ...,.,,
' ' I -"' niimbei was reduced lo Towng .,,,���,_, ,,,��� Columbia from
,:'v l'-> ]s~ ',,",'" were mu niii.ej ,',,,.,,,,���,, fa, ., ,, pastern Washington
than  112, and al    the    presenl    Hme|hav_   ,,, , ,, ( ,,;,,.   Slltr���,,. .      ,
:h' re are only  ID. .,,,, ,,,,,, BC0,]rge this wint, r.    Drovi
1,1  a  r"l"""- recenily  mad.'    to    ih    ,������ th08_  w,���, ,,,������,  ,������.���. ���.,������,, I)n.
senate  by   S 'liator Curtis, of  Kansu
' pay have been dumped al  small way
fr'k'li i :.v,,  (342,616;   Williams.
II";    Indi iimii i    >.
From Ship in Port.
hin,self H�� ""    ""Sil^J: Istatlons,   where   ihey  were   forced   to
"Thi!   ,;|;,M ' ',|'"   """^ '"    '"v.,,".- on ., hardened community.
the result   .,i   menial   anxietj   caused! 	
11 lontlnui ,1 ,,n Page Thi - i
SEATTLL bARBERS
WILL NOT STRIKE
Seam .   I ���  ���
Tii. i ���  will   be   im
Mexico Ci Fi '��� 3, Wlreli ^^ tel. -
gi iphj has Aived iis Brsi Mexlcnn
ship.
The revenui cutt. .i"s'' Yves
Limantour became di.+abled ftftj
mil. - ,v ��� lie e,,:i..i n ii <"ul ii an. ii
few da.    .i !0, aceo  ling In ri poi ts re-
fRALIAN   DEFENCE
IS MATTER   OF   MONEY
Pivmli i  Fl her,
ii Day lunch-
question of de
people    Wer.
fn He was hope-]-os-os   m>i   iv.-ning   n   was   necioeu | the Alamog whirli Immediately steam
ice  wlthoul   an ,l!;'   ,h' preBeiu   guarantee of $18 a ed out aiui brought thi  disabled cutter
[ * navj  j,,    , .,    ..,-i..,,  witli week   be   continued     Thi    employers
H   entirely favored wauled   ">  substitute   n   $15  a  week
���ai-ory ip.'iinin^'. guarantee and   bo  notified the  union.' .vqULD EXEMPT BEER
liiu hoped tbat a mid Thli   wa    rejected anil the union sent j FROM LOCAL OPTION
leered  between word  through Its  representatives thai 	
[ portion of thi   people any attempt to enforce the $15 proposl-      s;il,,,,   ,, ,     \: .   \    Ministers and
Wrecking Company Consid-'b> t!"i1'   " "'   aenaration   from
j family and Hi, nd ,"
ers   Advisability   of   At-i
_ T  . Anderson-Woosttr.
tempting to Save Liner.
HARRIMAN   DIRECTOR   OF
MICHIGAN   RAILROADS
X- w li, illo i. da is. l-'i ,, : A
igh she II, - at ili.1 bottom of tbe
Ai lautic, In the opi ti sea, al u depth
\,u ..hi ,1- i-siimaied ' "in I bl j i iglit
to iu.. a bo us, atti mpi may bi
:,mil us an exp. i iineiK to i ,.i-e ', be
w " :,   Slai liner Republic which h ii
lirli   Ami,.v,m.  of  Lauglev   Prairie,
New York, !���'��� b 3. B, ll. HariIman
��a. tpday elected i member of the
board of directors of the Lake Shore
and Miss Annie Wooster, of this city, f A MIch-gan southern rallwaj  and th.
were    uuit'-J    In    wedlock    yestei lay
Michigan Central railroad,
.,..,, . ,. ,,      eeived  here,  and  her  .alls   foi   asslsl  Lft(|. ,.onl(|jn    wltll  (!|,,  |j0yd-ltallano
,'i"'1"1"   ���""     A<  �� meeting ol the ance bj   w||���1, ,, ,.,,;1,,  up by
lust   . v-eiiing   ii   �� i    il elded
evening  ai  Olivet   Baptist  church   i-      ,��� ,.���,,  ,,1>(, ���,, sUC( ,���,,  8amue,
I'-- n   Oi    Fl��l s, a  larg.     number    ol Barger re8igned
UUi   ���    being presenl ni the ceremony,  , ,
Mis     Uvia   \nd,-is.,n   .,..,,1    ,8  brides- Hal Chase  Re-instated.
maid, an I  Hart j   ll.   vlncKenzli    dl
charged  iln   'imi"   -.:  ,.       man.    The Cincinnati,  Feb. 3.���Hal Chase, first
bride, who was dressed in whit,   -atin bnBeman of the New  York  American
i______________________________________________________________________':l'''''
���  and crushing  tion would be answered by n general ,    , iiu,��� ,,i,.,i,,t before
U1,ll"y  liml.-v  a   hinrn  �����nn.a       ! strike. Ib
.1,    i,,,,, ,��� e,ui,nn:',\> .ni  rei ision    nl
mwvmwwwwwww. _________n   mn    nu.    ntiui    tu    ui.tu.ii���__r^^
i huge expense,    ;sl1 Ike-
��� ��� "Wo .lid unl  want in precipitate a ^^^^^^^^_
...      .. . .,, russcd  iii-   bill   proposed
'   B  c   E  R, staff,   strike  and   we  yielded,    said  one  of '��"  ,  ,  ^ >(
-i.     Flo    la,    W    W.   Wither-
spoon, i.i i.i ��� lohn Ar,.ankle \v., ck
ing compuiij, w im had i barge ol i hi
woi i. of raising the ci ulser Yank u
is now Bgurin�� on the probable lam
ii-    ,i ihe Republic.
��� We bin,' bi en looking foi a i ���- p
v, . . |,, foi onie time," be said, 'and
i tin blp n ��� ecked In thi Kloudj i>.
:eglon v, us iii ' to come under con
sid,. ation. Thi Republic affoyds ju il
th,  npportunlt*   pei li ips,    to   d imon
rate the method,   The steamship is
and carried a bouquet of white carna Baseball club, was unlay reinstated by
lions, w i     Iven away by hoi  brother, ine Mntlonal baseball commission con
Capt,   Wooster.     Following   the  cere ,,,.,, ,,.  ,,,, th(1 payment  of d   fine ..f
mony, a  reception  was  held ut    the {-,,,,                                               ,
residence .-i  Ihe bride, Third avenue, .	
| where the Invited guests   al down I Gctch Back from England.
a wedding   lupper.    After Bpending a . -'
ghori  honeymoon  In Victoria and  the \,.u   fork, Feb.   3.���Prank    Gotch,
coast cities,  Mr. and   Mrs.   Anderson champion heavyweight wrestler of th
will make Hi, ir   inline    at    Langley WOrld, arrived I'lom EJurope today on
Prairie. the Deutschland,
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1 of  lhe   Itoval i III,'   Ihi-m's    ill    ilsell--llli;    tile    matter _I^__^__^__H __^_*i __H. __������
liiin, ],. , , , ,.      , '        K-     i ,   ., .   .,      ���  [ne bei    riom ihe local option law.       ,,     j   worth saving,    it  ll  wa     a
ning.    Btnues an  oaa tor an       ^   blu provides that a special elec|pii0 of $1,000,000 In goli wn al   the
"Ml-iti'l for the past threeI this mor
11,0 terday, I concerned and  we fell  It to he our .       somii(Mi(, ���om ,���,
^���niveiv covered from    n ,l,,.y to cone,.,,,, something in order to ������^ l^ ^^ ^^ ^  ^\ ^ ^
prevent one." ^    ale ot bPer shall be allowed   ini .
 _.   .... ''iii.ir iir-c-inci.    The measure probably
1^-111 be recommended favorably by the
���ulioid  fever.
Socialist Leader Proves
To Be Secret Service Spy
Kate of Washington
Passes Anti-Racing Bill
oniiliitK-O.
>'"|ii;i. Vi ���  -.    ....
.i        ' '���������Tile   senate
""s nu   ,
C(,rl,ii'ire,   Boston,   Scott   and   Itouth
!���,w   ��� il
ibis as noon as signed, and those wlm nave
trac.      '';"'     Hanson's    anti- fought tor the principle thai oo crim-
j| ���   ''ill.  bin  struck filial   statute   should   carry  an    omer-
clause In the   bill, genoy clauae.   The Attempt   to make
; ll1" date upon   which'this "May I" clause stick caused quite
���,lf \���" ��ectlveunUl the'a wrangle, which was Bnnlly   settled 	
'"   ninety  days  afier  i,v Q rul'ng of President  Ruth.
'"m"n, nf the nresem  leiHa.    ' ,    ,        i-, i     Burlington, N. J.,    Feb, 3,���Marlon
presenl legts-1    The bill, which paaaed the house last |    _ui
P    Vllln
I^-y -iin,.
Carnegie    Library   for   Hawaii.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb. 8.- Honolulu j ,,���. :;,,.(.aiie,i  provocmlve  agents    M.
is likeiv ii) soon entile into the Car-1 .             , . . .
is iik. i>   in -->��'.i ! Azei and K. Lopuklne, which came up
^^^^^^    ^^^      '" ivernor I'roar, I
om an official in lh" 'l"""lil >''sl",l:l>  "' ""' '"""
iisin.ss trip to Washington, mei the of an Interpellation, conUnuea to be|^ho h,ls |���,(l.,,v���(, secretg of gtate t0
former si.-et king, ami believes that the sole topic of conversation among .(](. enemy of   the   country,   cannot
he will consider the matter favorably.| the people, and tbe local press Is fllled Liu-tipe punishment.
The disclosures regarding Aaef have
-|-i,,,   Westminster team,   composed negie Library class.   Governor Prear,
of Johndro, Rushton, Murchle, Latham , who has Jusi returned fi
and VVHlett, were beaten by a narrow
majority, 122 pins, at Vancouver iaK'
,vniti.-     H sc01''- was 244S against   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
2320    For tbe home team, Bonwlck, I There has been some crltlo'sm here I with details of the Incidell
burg, F-ii. :'.    The case of ibe irlod In open court,    The govern
nn nt, it Is asserted has no desire to
hid" the facta, but welcomes a f"l'
Investigation an.i is determined to
prove to the world that an ex-Official,
Heiress Weds Slum Worker.
.     i     -iiin.  Woolni'in. dan-liter of    Geort-e  Wool-
r^lo .he VO,o lh     ,������,    ,    |We    * make8P��ol-��emn*'bM{"������an   who left   nor $200,000,    married
l- J',1""   '" ' " luct,n�� n,ace�� "*r "" , ; gamuel A, Hewitt, a captah, |n   the
���uteri. - the bill had    been made on horse races a feony, and pro- ����"���-
!         in mn.         ,      _.                                  .       .       hiins Salvat on Army, here yesterday,   Mrs.
 J���J,luk" " ,nl<'- -ITeet I vide. Dint the possession of gambling Baiv-
of  the  move to  have   i library  clven |     Azef was known as tho bead Of the
u f,-iiii|,romi���0 ,������,��� ,       I     ""   ''       .   "   .,,,nre 'witt   ue i   her husband while dolnc;
ta between   thoae | paraphernalia I. prima fac ��"����  ^J,^ wor��� ,��� lhp |lum
n   BO  into  effect'nf a  violation  of  the  ait
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to the city.
The Lemp  Divorce  Case,
St. LOUls, Feb. 3.���In an amended
petition filed yesterday. Mrs, Lillian
Handlan Lemp. who Is suing William
J. Lemp for divorce, char-res that In
November, 1001, her hnsbnnd knocked
her down and  severely bruised    her.
|The cn?e is set for trial next Monday,
I
fighting Russian Socialists, while he
wa.s in reality a governmenl spy. and
Lopuklne, former director of police in
i ihe department of lhe ministry of the
interior, is charged with high treason
in connection with the   Aaef   revela-
been chiefly In the matter of bis
aetiviiy In organising assassination**,
inn today the other side of the shield
Is being disclosed, md it is shown
that his chief value to the government
was in preventing the carrying out. of
plots again** the emperor and Premier
tions.    Azef  Is now   in     hiding    and  stolypin.   j- tbi8 he was so successful
Lopuklne Is a prisoner In  8t  Peters
burg.
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that the terrorists    were   unable    to
organize men a satisfactory   sutvell-
The  Jtossla,  In  an  Inspired article Hnr,(, of ,-,��� ,iniperor.   Four so-called
today, declared tbnl  Lopuklne should  )lIntf, nPV,,r .rot beyond this stoge.,
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PAGE TWO
11IE DaAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, FEB.
���*, 1909.
MYSTERY Of AGES
IN CENTRAL ASIA
Cunningham Presents
Westminster's Claims
(Contlnui d from Page One.)
Wanted-:- Lost -:- Found i
for Sale -:- To Rent -:- Etc. 1
:.,
Ancient and Forgotten Chinese Trade Route Explored
By W. A. Stein.
. '
London   F< b.        M. A. Stein,
��>r the Indian governmenl   mission to
Central  Asia,   has  arrived   in  Li tidon
aft. r   in: '.������   ),,,, -'     travel    ol
miles iiiri.. gh si    e of th
bleakest regions ol .Inj earth,
Speaking ol hii i .pei li nee.-. In the
Takla Makaned desert on the am lenl
Chinese trade route, Mr, Stein saj
"Traces oi ancient river beds marked by dead trees often gave striking]
priHH of the lie sication which had
overtaken the whole region. We find
implements of lhe Btone age In a region tar from anj water, fresh or salt.
Days of Chinese' Greatness.
���'In   ib,   di   < ������     "' twei u    the
li is f-dt by the
men ot Al erta thai the western out
let   is   absolutely    necessary    to thi
Ii ompl  marketing of the cro is of the
lirovince, which i.- handicapped In thi   FOR   SA] E
i-ac  with Manitoba and Saskatchewan
b;   ber greati r dUtani e fi   v the old
outlel  at  Fort  William.
Speaks for Westminster.
J.A. Cunningham of New  Westmin-
v. mentioned the favorable loi al on
W .��� tmlnster  ou   the   Fra er i Ivi i.
and iv hoped thai   tinie da;   the Boj tl
cltj   would be lai gi r than  Vancouver,
"We have tile only fresh water port
���on the Pacific coast," said Mr. Cunningham, "and the approaches to Its
thirty feel deep channel give sufficient
wati r to Boat thi largei i oc an going
ships. \S'e >hip large amouni i of Inni-
i ��� to Alberta, and consldei mat if
your grain can be moved wesi i hi i r
li'iri age   wi iffer     froi
Black  and  whi
rowers ami business   LOS'J
ter    bitch,    li '    n
': illlard parlors,
���������  English  set-
to   Chapman's
MADE IK CANADA
Use Only the Best
GILLETTE
td-hand   Sideboard. I
3ei "i,'.   and  Box mattress   _x-'
tra  large    and  comfortable,    ?;,,,,,
Applj     ire oi  Dominion Tru ��i
W'ANTKD to | ".-.' ha ��� a good house
foi cash from owner. State full
; artlculai of house and were situated. A Idress, 1 s., Care of L. W.
Henderson, C'it>.
i
wain-
WANTED���A    married    man
work: ii,   l to     ' kinds; wants con-1
stani ": Apply Royal Pa-1
cific Realty.
Is the Standard Articl
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening w.i-
ter, removing old paint, disinfecting sinks, closets, drains a.-.d tor
many other purpose*. A can
eo'iaU 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Jo*. -feryt-Aerc
E. W, GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
English Watchmaker
OPERA HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Feb. 11.���Brewster's .MiH'"^'
Feb, 13.���Jane Eyre.
Feb,  23.    Daniel  Sully.
Feb. 27.���The Burgomaster.
March   I.    Kerry   Gow.
March 3.- Stubborn Cinderella,
March 19.   L7ncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24.   Harry Beresford.
April 2.- Marrying Mary.
v    . 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28.���The Gingerbred Mau.
June  10.   N'at Goodwin,
Ord
ers
Ta
ken   p
or
weeping
T elephone 164
Thomas Peters
lllli!
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Pl
maviie    ui   Lob  Nor    and     he
Huang oasis  **    true ��� foi   ove.
n lies  thi   r, in ..ii    of ue- .imi, in   i ion
tier wall n lib b was con i rueti 1   i
��� nd   ,e  i hi   second   ecu
i 'li nesi      i proti        be  v v
r.iii:    w      ...ii ,1 .iiii
Ing an e i to ex   ml hoi
i rade to V> estei n Asia.
"Documents in    .*, ood  and   b i iu
from about I"" B.C. to 50  A.I'., win ���-���
this defensive line sei ins to have been,
definitely abandoned, -v re    > xca ..... I
in hundreds,
Find Treasure Cave.
"One ol the most   profitable    huds
was In the exploration of whai .  ���
to be a treasure cave which wa
all    crammed     with    anclen    manu
scripts, paintings and  other  Buddhist
remains.    Tlie.-,   had   I een    di ...   Ited
;uid hermetically walled up in a side
chapel of on i ol the gri at  Buddhisl
sacred caves,   The number of man i
scripts exceeds   1""".  which so  far it-
can     be     told     are    iu    annul     -   , v
languages,
"In   the  s mini i   of     1907,
square   miles  of   the    high     Vaii-n'ir.'
i.in,.-��� * wa- .-a, \  ..��� d.    Nu human be
Ings
.ll .   I I    Of    lv-!!.        thi . . .  :'���
i he pony men ol i he i si n   : roni i.,.  .
ing oui   repi      d threais iitiiny.
"Ri i ui u.im to th    noi th ���.
Tario  I asin  In th.    ��� of 190,
i heri   wa    moi        spin        n    u
eai   caravan    outi ���      nc
Ing cur  i ni.     "' ��� nd   uu
.ni:-     , ulpl Ul        Tb  :i    ft
a haza rdous mai  b rig.u i
I will dlsappeai.   V\ e aim to make W'
minster one of i be pi   ts of ex]  irl
OR S \i.K   SI..   -   - 60x120 each, corner Rlchmon l   and   Eighth  avi nue;
. icl    i ash.   A. L Bryant, 1524
i ���    i-les sl rei i,  \ tncouver.
Prominent   Speakers.
in   v in   foi       ich . u
a v : i in.  VY
:        ' ��� public    \S
111
association;     Thoma       \\ olfoi;.
������" , nting ihi   Mori on sett] ri  near
in. an    ,,.-  i'. W, lin-\ b .", manager of the Bank of Comme ce, Cal-
All  di   ll   v   b  Isi u- s  more or
peculiar   to   th ���   provinc    i :'   Al
erta.
Messrs. E. H Heaps, I. P, Strong
of Calgary, manager of thi Alberta
Pacific Milling company, an l V Price,
C.  P.  R.  gi ne   '    up. rinti ndent    tit
' i   r    S"i ar Sixth avenue and Ei      b
reel   Iris]   I al out   four
mom ii ,���! :. I nd ii v. Ill be rewarded. Notify tb ������ or P. O. H ix
692.
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
���Watch 3,
���nt-
up.
Silver
$6.00.
silver Watches, Rem-'
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
watches.
Watch rei :-: '/J< :i 8P'
open
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Through Our SHUR-ON EYE
GLASSES.
THEY  WILL  PLEASE  YOU.
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
Eyes tested free and  all  optical   work   guaranteed.
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F. CRAKE
7"u.'o   doors   from    Geo.  Adams,   Croce-
Ci.
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WANTED���Day
Bradbury, P, 0��� ci;;..
apply    Mrs.
iWNER will exchangi five acre block
at Bon Accord for city lot. What.
offers.    Address,   Box 537,  City.
NOTICE.
1 lalgary, wen  among tii-  d legate, ap-
; liointed   tn  tne  committee  on resolu
tions.
"SNOW-GRAFT"   IS
LATEST
\- w   York,   Fi ���   '���'.
the Inaugu ai
Edwards, who re
IN   NEW YORK
1.���As .i   re nit  of
\\ llliani ii   i Bill)
.  | linti -
TO   1.LOT  -Five   room   cottage,     nice
den.    One block  from ear.  R.-nt
$15.    Also six room house just off
Sixth Street; . int $15. White, Shiles
& Co,    260 Columbia Street.
FOUND���On the premises of W.   It.
��� ��� ���    Pitt  Mi ad"'- -, one bird dog,
v, bit u li    .  it -
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 : i ien   ,i
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arraigned     111
i ot j. rand
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Notice i- hereby given thai the | u
nershlp hi n ' ifore subsisting between
Joseph Mayers and Neville Rogers
Preston carrying on business as coal
merchants and general towing business at i!i" Ci j of Kew Westminster,
in the Provim e of British Columbia
under the firm name of Mayers and
Preston has been dissolved by mutual
consent as of the first day of Fe.
ruary 1909. The business heretofore
j carried on by the said firm of Mayers
and Preston will now he carried on
by the said Joseph Mayers and all
debts owing to the said partnership
: are tu he paid at once to the ?aid
Joseph Mayers of New Westminster
aforesaid and all claims against the
said partnei :;ip are to be presented
RENT���One large furnished bed- to the .-aid Joseph &_ayei by whom
mi   -. ar library, suitable tor two   the same will be settled,
mall ones.   Ken*, reason-      Dated  al   New Westminster,  B.  C,
this 1st day of February, A. D., 1909.   i
NEVILLE R PRESTON
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Witness:    C. W. V). CLARK.
FOUND
thi
'.   ' '> glov
office.
(iv. n j- apply
'.   o two
-    .
Ken:  ; ;i
Vi, toria strei
B. C. Mills, Timfeei
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
|Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drainin-;.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
WANTED A l rsi girl; services re-
red from 1 to 6 p.m. Mr-. Dr.
es, Ro    1 avenue.
NOTICE.
Takia  Makan id    ���   erl   from  u  ith  to   -r I ���
south.    This ;       d our endu       _  t<
the utmost.
Delta of Death.
"The camel     marcned     i foi
without water und with practically no
LABOR DISPUTES ARE
BECOMING RARER
Japanese Employment: Agency
Accounts of Organizations
1        . I. F       :,      v
.ii a
food.    '1 his t naiil- d  ti    to ai rive sa      pori       the labor d
at a point when the Karim river drlei   there was a large  lecrea   i in the num-
up in the sands.    It  Is a    region   of u. v of |,, ,,,   ijisputes compared  wil i
COiV77MC7 0/?S
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and   Female   Help   Promptly
Furnisl'ed.
COLUMBIA     and     McNEELEY    STS.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
dead river coin ���    which the river had  ,-
the   previa ll   end   1906.
form, d  sine,,  wi..   pi rlods,   and ., ;.   Wl ...   ,,., ,,, ,,.,���.   .  i.r,
perhaps, the most dismal ground that  1906i i:;s    The number ,,f employee
has ever fallen to i.i> lot to visit, im- affected was 26,323, u   compared with
agine hundred- of square miles cover- 34^94 jn 1907.    The  loss  in time    In
ed absolutely with dead, dense scrub   ff0r]��ing days was 706,194
and the gaunl skeleton   ol great po]	
lar and other trees i.i: bi hind by ancient courses of the ever changing
river. Il was a verlta le tropical delta,
.stricken with death. Dead and leaf-,
less forests without a trace ot life except the track- of wild camels, mddi
;i Bcene which one can never forget.'
In   1908   Phone 431.
1 19, and  	
P. O. Box 835.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
�������������������.���������������������������������������������������� >+>���������������������������������������������������������������������� .
THOUSANDS OF   MEN
WORK  ON   RAILWAY
Winnipeg,  Feb.  3.���"This year    an
unusually  large number  of men   will
be   -equlred for rallwaj construction,'
Bald Timothy Fole; .    a   wi 11    ' " ���
railw  .. contractor  toda
"On our in v ��� ��� '    -   tin  ';
Trunk  Pacific no   h    pi    S01 '���
about -l"  miles,  we  ��iil bi   81
21MJ11 men    ai    woi l.  In  .1  ver*
time.    The    applies   are   now   being
shipped, and    the   .advance gang ha;
gone ahead to locat<   lhe ' ��� ���-��� '��� q tart.
for the construction work
"The work (111 the contracl w | of
Edmouton is progressing well and
the company ha 1 ovi 200 ti am an i
us many more men at work li mllng
supplies null gi nil" n ������ to sti in
earnest, On tin 1 ontracl of 150 I
east of Prlnci Al'o< 1*1 3000 men are,
working."
TWO CITIES DIVIDE
CAPITAL   HONORS!
P_..-_^  Wi:****.*   ROYAL STANDARD
nze Winners   flour coupons
Tin   following ten numbers have    been   drawn    i'--oui
duplicate   of the coupons   which  left our   mills    during
11,. '. :
28.415      5.666      7,423    26,307    27,775
17,000   28,201    25,766   27,579     25,993
To each person returning t!     coupi . Ing any ol
th   abovi   numbers we will, a.   previou :.. advertised,  d
. free i f all chargi    a Dn i    linnei ol    109
���
i'u     iii  i.ut an I k> in-,'.
REME.MBER  nil the . ��� ��� he abovi   ..um-
:��� '    lei   -,'������!��� iv'     ' ,   n        ,- In thi   .. inds
In    :   ��� - rs,    Pri/..       I '    : ,, in ittei   (ihi n
th.   lucky coupons aqE   etui... I,
DON'T     FORGET  v,,.   ��� .    rlv|ng  away    I    i    Bets    of
���ii lies every month, and    ���       torty-nine pound sack   of
Royal -' in lard contains a i
VANCOUVER MILLING AND GRAIN CO., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
THE      BURRARD      WESTMI.-IS r IH
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
will apply to the Pariiann-nt of Canada at its next session tor an Act e:
1 tending   the   time within   which    the
'Company   may   commence  and    com-
I plete the Railway the construction of
! which   was  authorized   by   the   Com-
| pany's    Act of   Incorporation    being
| Chapter 6S of the Statutes of Canada
1907, and to authorise  the Compaa-
to enter into    any    agreement    witn
the Vancouver, W-Btininster and  ��-
kon   Railway   Company  which is   an
thorized by Section 1101 of the   '..ail-
way Act' aud for other purl rises, and
authorising  the    const'���.."���:,on    of    a
branch line from a :���."������:   in the main
line  authorised   hy  Jause (c) of  subjection 8 of tin- Company's Act of In-
corpora:' ���-;   ���v-nce in an easterly and
a     ' ���:'...   <lir..ction by the most fi.as-
j.e route through Yale, Llllooet  and
i'a Iboo districts to the most conven
lent i>oiin where a junction   can    be
in.i I    -a i'li the branch  line    of    the
Vancouvei   Westminster   and   Yukon
Railway  which  runs from  th'     n &1-
llne of    ild Rallwaj  easterly to Ed-
ni' nton
Dated it Vancouver, B, C, December
80th, 1908
TUPPBR & GRIFFIN,
solicitors ror Applicant
NOTICE.
Church Societii  .  Fraternal Organizations,   Clul   .   :
and Business Associations will find   II   convenlen    .,
have surplus funds in a Savings  Accoun .     tbjeci
two or more officers,
We make a specialty of this class of busli
CONSULT WITH US TODAY and  we will  te plea-
full  details explaining our system.
Ik,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
F.  B. LYLE,  Manag;-
0*0��0��0��0*0*OC40��0��0��0��0��0 o* -���o*o*o��o*oo*o*o*o��o��w
Easter-brook  Milling  Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "
McQuarrie& Cn '������������<����������� and fkki. mm- hast
FRONT  STREET n   w  Westminster. Trie,       * S
of Montreal
BSTABLI8HED 1.817.
Copetown,   Feu    ;     \fter  prolo u
debates   vergliifi on  the polnl   nl   i ���
i ure, ll Is understood i hai I he convi m.-
ilon   has   decided   that    Pretoria    be
the administrative, and Capetown the
leglsiativi   vi,:.      a   .lei   being
clnll-j    deslgnafi i    h     the    capital,
This i   not lil   d officially al lh<  Cn ���
Tin   convention   has   11  ctknll      Rn
ished.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.0"
RESERVE              ��11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New | ,, nanai  HUj   i_   London,   England,
New  York, Chlcugo and Spokaue, C.s.a., and Mexico City.    A   len-
eral Banking  liuslness Transac. t>d,
.etter* of Credit Issued, available wl u  correspondents in all nartu of the
World.
*avln_s Bank Department.     Deposits   received In euroi of 11 aur. upwards,
and Interest allowo.l at :i per < , , innuro (present rate).
1188,000,000.00,
Total  Asseto ovei
.W WESTMINSTER LRA.n   h
U. U.  BRYMNER. Mansg"
Tal-,.- :,��� _e that I, ('. w. Pre ton,
of Vancotjver, n. c., farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chief Comml-.
sloner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore of I
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
about a mile ,,,���������, ot tho mout_ of
Lake creek, thence west across the
island to the shore, thence following
the Bhore northerly, easterlj and
southerly to the point 0I commencement,
No.  2  lens,,   zayai
Simpson district, start ng ai a post a
the southeast '..in. ,  ,,;  N,,   ��� ieaOT)
thence wesi aero    thi   , land to   thi
shore, thenoe   following    the    snore
southerly,     easterlj      ind     ���.���.,,.
around to the polnl , .,,, ���,..���,
''   W   PRESTON, Works: Cor. Eleventh St. md C.r Line
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot li.    ���> '���" "I
of poor coal scuds mn to l';i
at all.    It Is economical tobu-1
our coal, because    It  If   c'e'
goes farthest, make I
leaves very little asl '
-    |
v, s very
no more pet* ton than
grades.    We deliver  it :
part of the city,
always.    Telephon
to us,
rder I
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd
.gasi,
���;   Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND STORE FITTERS
-
Suilderi of Mission furniture
Mantle   etc.
an, 2S, 1009
Phone 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
ramily Ratcs|
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Aveiue and Blackle 8 ���* C&DAV. FEB. A. .����.
THE DAILY _.      s.
I'AGK THTW-*
Notice.
..  f0r wharf and  Marine
Cf APP tu er the North Arm of the
Ritfet at Ntw Westminster,
S'ip
F-.v<-
B   :
P. O.
CHUNG lr?;
.Merchant Tailor
Bex  634.
'   '
given   that   1   the
r, of thi
:      i 	
���v Hi��   Excellency
.;mcU,  for lhe  approval
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ite foi the construction
, Q< slip situate on
I Lulu Island on th.
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Inster Dis-
a ripti n  of
^^^^^^^^^^^^    New V.'estrr
Suit |
���   best qua
Begbie St-ec:
P
mm Loan By-law 1909'bcr���� 0j C.P.R Stock !
a,,
^ ..<. '.iss-ed ai Ott a m���
' nabte the Corporation  of
:,-   New   Wertmin-ter   to
* the   sum  of $83,017.60,   in
ior  of  its revenue for the
--   1909.
. .... bo ��� ������ "   ;
I .���:   exe.v.I.I,-.'   ll"
......      in   legal  cur
Corporal Ion
: .;., ,,:    in- an-
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he ta>
om Pa
ie
iVen
���ynopsis     of     Caia,- .-.���      nc-��
Homesteao   Regulations.
Any even  nun ..    ;  ...
minion  lands  In   Mai       ..    Sag]..
ewan and Alberta, excepi ag 8 ai . .
ie described hy metes  not reservo. .--.e_ded by
lepo   ���   : any person wh    is Lhe sole head
n the office   of family, or anj  male ovei   .>  fears ol
,   Deeds   for  the  said   age, to the extent or om q ter sec
nstei   in ���- hlch  nun of li    aci ,   ,,.
reposed   o Application   for   entry     must     ot
: ince  with   the  mad,   ln . ::.,   a]; . viliU  a.
S cl ���
n    7    of    the
.-   Proti rti -n    Aet."
1906
minste     B
lai
V. D. 1909
E
MERCI R
V
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lions, wl
Mail Service
hi  ho irs .d I1..--,
: ihe Ni w Wi Bt-
the houi ��� Iven In
bi   bon** of ,- ���
hour, as a rule, be-
.,   pati ii.    All mail-.
��� ited, are despatch.
.   Laily exci      S inday.
:    Bt bi :    and    re
��� the C. P. R
t mails, not Including
-       :���'���        ��� .        i  .  .     ;
.
Despatche..
��� ,i at '���:���", en i ��� clo< k
Vancouver    i la
excepi  Wi i!
v  via  '���   V   Elei
le, in    . ling all U,
v :  south, and  ;
minster and ! I
P   i:    otith.
.������ and   Si a-:;.-,   lain ts ea    and i   ���
een New Wes  mln
via O. N.  R,
and  district (Clo-
C. nti-e. Elgin, Allu-
i.u     l'rairiei     Hazel-
lere, p. , Hall's P alrle    and
bed daily excepi S in-
Monday,     '.esda.v,
Saturday;    Tj-ni hi ad
:. Wednesday and Sat-
II i are all  i e< el\ ed
i spatched.
���  v ii r.er, Victoria and
B. C. Electric ra.l-
[i
:
���
11
_ Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-
agencj   fi i    .,-   . -     .  in  wn.v_ th��
land ;. c_y n,,,v.
aowevi r, bi ......
- n   onditions : j -...-  .  .:.������:   moth
ar, son,       . .. ��� er ��j
-in intending  bnmt sti.... .
i be homesteader It
'orm the I    ...
il ���:.-.  fol.'.-. ing plans-
. 11    At least six i
: en  an I     iltivatlon ie land  In
3 ear for thn e yea
('.)    .\ nomesteader ma      [    ������ >,
Issli   ���.  perform  the     equlroj
lence  d ni' a  i,..   livin fai ming
. iand owni ly   b\   him.   not   li   -
than eighty   I in . x.u nt, In
the    v   ll Of   his   lleiliesie.nl      .loini
v. !.��� ��� land will :., ���  nn et 1
��� ��� ii in.
l_) If tl ��� father (or mother, II
fa her Is di i a ed i of i .
aas pi . mani nl resi lenci on farm ug
land owned soli ly by bim, ni I l< --
than eightj (80) acri a In extent, In
th .'ieiniiy ol th ad, or upon a homestead entered for ���> him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform Ins own residence duties by
living with the  fuher  (or mother).
tti Tho i- i m "vicinity" In the two
prei edlng paragraphs is defined as
meaning noi more than nine miles In |
.... direct line, exclusive ���' tbe width
-if road allowances crossed In the
measurement
i.'.i A homesti adei Intending to
,-���! form bis resi lence duties In ac
cordanee with the above while living
-villi parents oi on farming land own-
- rl by himself must notify the agi nl
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing musl
tie given ..i the Commissioner of Do-
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
' to apply for patent.
W,  W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister o' th- Interior
rii,   n
.;.      '  V       lil       Of
as
,   oil
.:..   .,.,'u  1908,
21.12
 IS
.. of the <"
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thi
and   Kin
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...     corp
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<-     17.60,    in
, times   but
rovided  as th,
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San
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'��� -    'or    Wharves.
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...
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Private   Bills,
bills
. md
a^ssli__^__i_____:X
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COULD YOU   SPEND  A   MILLION  IN
A  YEAR ?
The  Cohan   _   Harris  Comedians Present Frederick Thompson'i   Mar
sive Stupend'...   F       ucl ( fi
(The  Supreme   New  York,  London  and
Chicago Coe-ied-,   Sue. ��� ��� ���
BRLrtSltR S MILLIONS
Smith
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ha
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B -:������'���   ShOWil
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At MORFYS
\ Splendid lino of First
Class Stationery Pa-
peteries.
Pads  and  Env_l< pes
in Eaton-tturlbul "������
des.
U  i\1ore%*s
BIG BOOK STOKE
on   .v   ������  iv.
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ROBERT  OBER.
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BUSINESS
Every   on        placed   �� >'���
us   means    =   satisfied   cue
tomer.
01K WORK SATISFIES
OUR Hill is Ul RIGHT
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW   OV   BA1 K   AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, P.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Wpciiniiiifaipi
1 i ��-_���%_ 4vr i ���i.
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oi \ not. the moneyi
li*,   this   i.-. law   lo hi owe.l.  -hull
In given !������ th.   I. nder o I hi i
.,..':,,, ,,,'; . ani I      ill llli
,. pilred, and
note or m n   :
Mai or .md ild Flii'inci   C'i ininli
' I -     .md   till    I'lerl   . , .      loilll Ion
ind   hull    em- tli   C u  n it<   S   il, nnd
hi    o di ���'�� a a   to be p.,- nbli  vn
or before  tin    list day ol   Dec mln i,
[TII09, and on i li    bacli ol    in li n	
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ll,   in, ni id  ; bci eby I    .lii lllllll J   pn
.mi v  iii,   \i nnli Ipa! revenue foi
ihe yeni   i'.���"'.'.
i    Thi    Bj law mn ���    e cited
T-nipinai >   Loan   By-law,  UMIfl
I lone an i pa   ed In op. n I loiim II tin
! Ni day of Ke ruary,  \ I'  1009
il. s i        W,   v  in New.
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Daily New"   6lOi
New w-'i'ri istei   Phone ''SO
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1 il   I- II   I      ,i.n  Ml   N
NOTICE.
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������li We tmlnster,   by
: !  i'--idaj I,
' Burnaby, by courier
iltlam, ny co'iii- r.
.  Iner,   Port    Guli   on
;. I Sunbury,    ,'mr,y .
; Woodward,   Tuesday,
��� 11 lay,   via   .-team"!
���  i. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
'  ind received   via
NOTICE   Is   berebj   gl ��� d
plli ation -'���::��� bi  ii.a le bj the Vai
ver  Wi sin  a tei   an :   '��� ikon Railwaj
COmpanj   to the Parliament of    Can
, at iis ii xi Session for an Act to
. -A'';, :   !      .:ie   for comm< i. in
i on .i.,, tion of  the branch lin
thiiii/vd        i lhapter 11- of the Si tl
Of Canada. 6  Edward VII,
as follows:
ia) From a polnl on n u aln line
...,. ,m,j p|p ,. between Vnderson laki and Green lake
niniiiii^ along "i ni a. LUlooel Lake,
I���lllooei Ur.��� i ,in l Hairiaon Lake, an i
thenoe southea terly to a polnl on the
Intei an i.-.i,a. boun I at o   near
������iv.n ol  ii.urn.- Ion   In   hi   Pro
line-,   of  British   Col nil-
i b) From a point on thi   main line
between LUlooel and Quetsbe   running
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Ac! \W anil Amending
Vancouver  Power"  Co.. Ltd.
Notice of Application for Further '���������
tiflcate  of  Approval.
II. north.
ud Burnaby lake,
railway.   Saturday
-��� t! spatched to    Vic
at this hour.
'��� attli   Including all U,
;    mth, via G, N. R.
a;       "   the
L
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a    nl n. \. llu , iimillttl
In        ire i in. n'        .   VVi   '
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llli 1,1.    ill
^^^^^J .11 , ll.
;  reel   I i I   ul  lit,  looli   poi nn  i nout*h
to    kill    .'"i    ue ii.       " illn .      lo
ph    Iclan        i '. ���      .i        rhleli     hud
.���,,111 .      i , . i,   i.   .        , hi
round    ii   bl     " "ii.   with    IndlcniIon*1
ilui'   In   ii ul  . inptli tl  11   nl
all thn ��� i,       '��� i      ink I
Villi i* w*i     v   ,,  ,,    old ,ii, :  .
ind I    i children     Hi   i      I
in ni   .,��� . iting to $10 """
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TWO  FRENCH  BALLOONISTS
ARE KILLED IN A (.,'��� I F
Fit   Poi
loon  diifiii .���  o        I..    ..'. in- iIns  al
. i   ,.   .   ,       .    i gali
'������.',,    I: trifd   in
thii�� morning ���
��� ',-
Nurseries
Office,   G'��**3 nhi'll --<;     and     '���.-���,!
houses,
3010   Westnilnsl.i   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
I'lnn I. Nui ' Van
..,in, i
Vi, limatiii -i 'i es ��� I   Itoel
SEEDS fi"  v ', ni,.
f'"in lhe bi st |       ���      '"    I " ���
i ,M,i   i .nn,,.    Holland,    HnlK ���'
Millie    :,,,,| v. t, 11. i  ,n , in   as
iv���. 11  ii     Ihoi ���       I"   '.    ""    II   BUc
, eaafullj   gi ,   n 1.1  ii   C
i itra ' '."i- ���  i ��� oi    till trees
nnd  email  fruli     stricl     h nh
prow n nnd our i    n pn    igp.tlon
���    ,,,,     , nini: .-
���  i    ,       ,,,.   ll':ll 1 i.i,
��� irj th .   a iv' ,  in
:i,   I���    i        "ill   ���: .-.,., i
: i   pumps,
Fertilisers,
tying Mai
era, eto,
Calaloyna Fr��e.
M.
mmsmm
HuppHes,
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Thone tss.      Barn   PI
Columbia  Street
ggage    lellvi red   prom    ���    i
���   pai i ��� ' the ell j
l.itfhl nnd Hcavv llaiiliiif?
OFFICE���TPSM DEn"1
Notice,
ike m  li    thai D   I   McQuarrl*   oi
. ���   Westm nsti ���     B. C   occupal   ���
��� :"       ���" ih     "-   "-ij  ti
,i       ' ,.     le    ,   ,,. V..   , ��� I
,. .    1      :   ,,,.1        ,,,     ,!,,       .11   '
....  vYi  tmntstei
 *.       - ���'  ! ��� ��� - ���  planted
Ith* ���   '     cornel   a      '
     of lot
'     I' ,!,        .  . .    1. ���
..���!..���.      i   ��� . terl
an i  '"" lierl*        ������<   a< nc
,,..,,,    . intalhing   ' 00 aci
[ess
IM     ll  !     i,,n i   ,;i      1,1.11
i   ,   i..iiv p. RAGOB
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.
u. east, Sapperton,
���lam
Received.
.. :
v   01   ,
Senile,    in
via O.  N.  It
December,
dad
mot , ,   knew you had such a
	
���
in  an easterlj  dlrecUon  through  I .. tie matter of the '   ���
basin rn Que nel Lake -o a point at'o          r.sjle
near Tete Jaane Cache; --���                                              '         ���   novr you
,-,, n i _ point on the mat. line ��                     .-���                                          "
Will  -- .......            - ���       B_80HSY   "��� t-ome W Set all kinds
l  i    .u..      -,n^h   lin-   tn -ha,   ri-j   at   Of  V*h*m  ��
"LAND SAKES!
	
I hi
i
ind ihe .*'
(any       And   when   tee   t��ll
ot| them our prii '
! V-
B
Strawberry Hil
.. i Friday).
v ...    ami     l
ve.'p;
beta ������:��� the Cottonwood  and
rivers, running south ��� a * ��� ly to
ken il.- .
i 11 From a point on the main line
In  BrltUh Columbia on  Wil'.'.*
runnini: easterly to the  Fraser river
Westminster branches o�� to t_��| Sprr h & Crtittflell's.
When   ,' ���   ��� '���   ':i,r' "f ���'    '
ing  done,  --ufh   ��-���  #***,   timbrellas,
lieht RiitoiriHtle ins
���
���     ,   _    ,.^   _....   ... j
Mtits _nd branches    ���
IHr. i
Hi.-
-..*.*.
CKi of New Westminster  to a  ,
.    . itherlj "tid   .: .
     ��   a   *-he   necessary   side-;
Ictoria, via B. C. Elec-1 thence along the Kras-r river to Tete        .. _.. _     _ ,  .     r
I Jaune Cache, thence through tl ��
lam, bj courier,    low Head Part, thenee by th .-...,/.-d    o /\l_>v     *Sl>eel<
B����Be and Seattle,   to- convenient route to Edmouto. A^I-IT^-   - ^|^-_-���*-.--.
Onts; also ail points     Until the 18th d��   t>tJuly, l��i -    ' ' '   '   wt tort* to "       ������ ������  ��� ^'t.     Man on the W heel.
' B.mai-y. by courier., to extend the time for Bnlrf n t 36 e. th       iter Clan* ___	
md Victoria,Luttillg the said branch Um    ��������� "   ^   ���*"   "�� "����� ' 	
ation until th- 13th day of I '  ' v"    -1" "0''v"'"''   '
 -Ladner, PortL��l    authorizing     the      Vanco-re,      - and carry   ,aa,en���e,-,      ...    i
**m Wand and (T_M- WestmiMter and Yukon Rain        �� ���     ��<l freight upon u����       -
id Batarday]   Wood- pany, subject  to the    pmi.lo-S   oi way by the force or power of 3_.nu.i-
���   mrite. (Staref- , Sections Ml. ^62 and 3M of th
������'��� l via V.m-' way Act of Canada,    to   ��-t��
LAND ACT.
New West "'-���  Land District
District   of   Sayw.i.-I.
i,v.  ve       hat   i   rj   '','    Pri
������'   V im ui    i on   '	
'  nil  ' ���   ��� i'i-1 ���   foi   i ��� ; isl	
i ��� I.��� . , . foiio   Ins  i   ��� ��� ��� ���  i land
1    i ��� '-'������    '    in
,,   . ,,.,���!,    I ,   ,,   :
;, .,
-     . i ,.  . .m i
Inl   ,!    ��� " nc
' io    !-<land     '������
,, i|
C   W,  PRB-TON
,   ind, ,'"|('
 ��
������-.riCE   OF   DISSOLUTION
,
��� Ing    betwei n
jned   Harriet  Q    VI
i.',, ,   ii   Campbell,    ti ad  ���
,    Campbell,  milliners,  In  the
.      if       ���    >'   -A ���'*-'!" I
Columbia,   has  bei n   II solved
i      ,.,    -. .. ��� he I
1909     Th
m  by the   aid   Vloore ft
.
etllnte shall be accepted or reoognfzed j f"1 -i:,il1  tfarrI��i  ,;    V|,M""   "''    'l!'
i.'  rhe  ttteHor   ,''l'*i owing to the said    partnership
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.     J'-
EARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
,��� Msignm       - gl
-.   A*ri/ m   Vol     "t   en<
.y way of ap-
in  tte   ���' .   ��� ..    bt  Aft
Special a -             -������ -'���   ���
-v  ' ...      ,��� :* ��� (he Volunteer
rioiitii              . ���.    ��� ���    ���-���
nn  issignmeni of t ������' i vol-1
m              ������>'���       ���-. . - .- at of  i -n I"
by the f��epar
whhh i9 not executed and d��te<* after
lhe Hale of the warrant for the land
grant Issued by the "vlrarStet Of Mllitin
and Defence in favor of the volnn'eei-
F   W. (irtWSrWAt,
Corrimissfoner of Donilnion
f,ai*i,i?. Ottawa.
'
i ajErreementfl   with  the  B~��
east, j minster Boundary RAllway a
Mills anJ    Cortutt-1 (ration Company for U
po-a*...* ���*pf-rlfl��--d in sad   ���
Dated at Vancoari i
.' December, IMS.
MARTIN, CRAIG  BOHRXB
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min-ter tn ]
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-..*-ai Park
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in     md       .-    ,-���-
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tl ���   Fraser
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R.ui- ��� iuch ni'iiiii. -ie.-* ���-.* *��� i ���'������ ir other
. -��� imvi-r u in.- Company may
... i-d-tnt,
v ait upuu rach nppltoatlon nil   (_w
, na.   ind oaaessary powers to folly
md   'if"i-!*.i;iii.- carry out   the   M_t_
>i   ,iav   iroposed  further uiiil.'i-talting  will  he
ipplled for
,  ' aied Bl   ill" City of Vancouver,    in]
v   Province il Uritis-h Columbia) the
i   in *   ii   January, A.D   1909.
VANCOUVER POWER CO.,  LTD.
it. H. Sperling general manager.
lie ��<.��-.-"'-������ profre-s of Ctnada Is Drut-tted it the fact that the
a-eft Cocoa in the verU la made mere.
COWAN'S
PE-RFE.CTION
COCOA
It i_e purest tnd the best and Is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO *
 aid   " -'v ga i  Flan let Q
'-i"..i,-  md ail claims againsl the said
"Vi-hip are to in- pre ented to thi
���iid Harriei <;. Moore by whom   th<-
-nine will be  iel I led.
Dated this 3rd daj of Febi aai y, in
moo. a. \-..w Westminster, b. C.
HARRIET Q, MOORE.
1,1 cv fit, CAMPBELL.
Witness:   n   Blair,
When Bending for friends in the old
country by buying ticket* at *,hiv
office yon will save money and prevent
delay.
Rust bound l-'.nin i nails from St.
John Fob. 12 and* 2<l. Call for par-
tli ulars,
KD. GOULET.
Agent.
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DAIL?  NEWS
THURSDAY. FEB
THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Froul
streets, Xew Westminster,  B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
necessary means for the large
ance due the contractor on
pedi sial and  column.
bal- only fully justified, but an axceedlng-l
the l..  wl ���   move in the interests 0f New
Westmins   :   ii  this time.   We know
I thai   t.e - ������"   selected   by   the
another coutu ll  ar.   a '''-'  capable ol a.al ng
of    Mr   with   .rn       ��� Iness   proposition  ��~ sleeping cai
THURSDAY, FEB. 4. 1909.
THE  GRAIN   CONFERENCE.
The grain conference, al which thi
cltj i.-i being represented bj the presi-
leni of the Loard of trad", Mr, .1. A.
Cunningham, la one of Uie uiu-t important events which has taken placi
ou the prairies so far a> its decisions
concern the Pacific cities, for manj
years. Il the convention, repiesenta-
tive as it Is, which is sitting in Calgary, shall glv.e direct and express approval of the western route for grain,
It mean one ol hu most phi nom mai
changes in the mercantile routes of
���a world, and the upbuilding of the
. 'aciflc cii li in a in.inn- ; bej-ond the
n lldi i -.1 ��� atus ol even
publicity commission* r,
The    letter    reported    in
column shows  the    activity
Robert Jardine for all that concerns  bu.��in< way, and thei
the welfare of the district, and the thi
i ause of free postal di livery, while noi
Ivancing with the lightning speed
mn" who do not understand the diffi-
cultiea expect, is yel steadily approach
Ing io the stage of ri alizai Ion, revenui
and population are obtained, and di
tails of completion alone are wanting.
Anti-Tip Bill.
Denvi r, Fe 3.���A bill was Introduced in the legislature todaj mai ng
it a  misdemeanor to give, accept    or
m
, Offences  are punishable  by a   lin-
ufficieni assurance^that i��ifrom ?'" '" '"".-_    	
with iiiii qestlon they will not
MM"     ���
(Correspondence
Write that Letter
NOW
t The Daily News is not responsible
tor the opinions of its correspondents )
MR.   LEES  ATT'TUDE.
The Editor, Dailj  News,
Sir,���I read Mr. Lee's statement in
Tuesday evening's "Columbian" with
a good deal of surprise, and if he is
really as sincere ln this matter as
anguine Ue naa always claimed to bo, l cannot understand the heat which he dis
Alreadj there are signs that the plays over the action of the council
struggle for the grain trade will be [n requesting the assistance of three
hard, first with the existing eastern other gentlemen to assist the coni-
trade, though we kmni tli" maximum mittee In dealing with the matter of
pressure has been put upon the Coquitlam dam, Are not the gentle-
stretch of track from Winnipeg to men in question as good citizens and
rt  Will coi .-* the ('. P. R.   as deeply Interested In the welfare i.i
I ��� doable ti ick, and also ha- hastened   New Westminster as Mr, Lee? II sui i
the construction of tb'  National Tran--  -s the case what then can hi   iii- rea-  \
continental in thai     lortion   of     the  .,,��� for declining  to act   with   them?]
country, and secondl;    -'v    Manitoba   _oes Mr, |,l(. think that  he alone is
ind Saskatchewan farmers havi    been  capable ol dealing with this question
romised the Hudson's  Bay mute tor  an-i   that   the appointment  of a  nuni-
years, and  al  la     the  scheme seems   Qer  of business  n>"n  is an  Intrusion
likely to mature.   Tins will   resull  in   which v"si  be  resisted at  auj   cost?
a very great change in the I ansporta-      i  would like  to  draw Mr   Lee's at-
ii    problem     In   ivi  tern    Canada,   tention to thi   fae; that the gentlemen
Again the conl "1 ol iii-   various roads   named   by   the   council    on     Monday
5   the ilil1   mi' rests  to the  Gulf    of  night were hard at work trying to up-
(Mexico giving a connection wiia   the build  New   Westminster   many   years
Canadian coasi  cii Vancouv r before Mr. Lee was ever heard of in
an    Westminster,  and lhe  n.w     pro-  a  public way.    I  can assure Mr.  Lee
"-<���!   Midland   railway   from   Winnl-  that  the  people  of New   Westhninster
peg to tho      if.   tii mean severe com- have every    confidence    in    Messrs,
petition for thi     i im rj   of the world.   Trapp,   Harl   i'nd   Lewis.    Th.-y   have
We are _a Isfied that  Mr. Cunning-  been tried on many occasions in the
ham will do Mi-   best he can to place   past and have not been found wanting,
the unrivalled   opportunities    of    the   u  is  true  that   they   may   lack   spec-
city and district  foi elevators and ter-   tacular  effects,   but    business   is not
ainal  .   lilitii :    the convention,   transacted  on  the  public platform or
nt  we fear hi   will  be  undo** some-   carried through with a display of fire-
hlng ol ;, dis idvaii age In a ���. al!: i ing   -.-. orks.
of men repn >enting In no small mens       i    with   m.any   other citizens,   con-
ire the C. P. ll. intere ' . whos    polic,      i,i, r  th"  action  of  the   council,  not'ments
as   .uiv.ai   We_tmin -       -    ���
��� ���p cl   :���. e ..   w hen  Vancouv. r     Is
ilso asking,    1 bis cii     how. rei. poses advantage s foi    ��� le ��� itor   pur-
is nich  Yam OUVi :   doe.-   noi.  and
a  longer and   bet tei   managi d    wati -
front, uot in the hands of a corporation.    l.\ "ii   ��itl     Hies.     discouragements there should be plenty of business fur both cities, tor whj can there
not be two  tunnels  for  the  '-���rain  a-
there an   in  the  twin cities of    Fort
William and Port Arthur ?
We  shall  await  the   result  of    the
conference  with  great  interest,
dealln
pi rail s of Xew Westmln-
v  ��� ' -I'  their   hands
As j           nted out in your editorial
morning,  :li" number of ra ���
ers  ei   th       ib I- ii ting which appointed Mr.   Li >���  was  only  a  fraction
of the total number in the city���probably one-twentieth.    It appears, therefore,   tha    the   council   might   reason-JTo enable you  to do
ably des        v.i.,  the ratepayers who Today's   Special
were not present at the meeting some'
represi ntatiou on the committee,
1  can  further  assure  Mr,  Lee tbat
a very large majority of the ratepayers do a1"- object to a proper busim
arrangement with the company.
The objections also of several members of the council to their hands being strengthened by the addition of
ihe gentlemen r< ferred to is also very
difficult to understand. It is the im-
pression of a greai many ratepayers���
Im orrect,     1     trusi    tha; ' influences
' : than Iho--. which have been
publlclj announced are at the Lack of
all this ill-timed agitation. Westminster has Its own battles to fight, and
li no interest whatever in forwarding the aim of thosi v i. i maj eel*
in make use of u5
.1.  REICHENBACH.
\\    iv : itei    Feb nary 3, 1909.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
What do you
know about
Sweater Coats?
I
we offer as ]
ULSTER LINENE_����.
15c
Nothing?
Well, try
one, and  know
'ER BbX
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The  Bin  Store."
 _	
NOTICE.
what comfort is.
Everyone wears one, why
not you?
New lines just to hand
$2.25 to $4.50 the coat.
Ownership of   War  Materials.
.Madnd, Feb. 3.���A convention    has
bi i n signed, settling the question of
ownership of tit" war materials left
In Cuba bj Spain at - be evacuation of
Lhe Island by the Spaniards. Under
the agreement Spain will turn over
iii" material to Cuba in consideration
of ti:     i'li.,!.,eir   of   .$.',..n nun   payable   in
installment      as     follows:      $50,000, j
July  1, of  the  iir. sen:   year;   $100,000
on duly 1,  1910, and the remainder on
July 1, 1911.
Belgium Is Alarmed.
:; . ���-��� Is, Feb. 3.���Thi Belgian gov-
, rnment having b icome uneasy by the
Inc ��� asing numbe ��� of Gi rman ml itarj
balloons descending tl, - region of
Passes Cant, is hastening the completion of important defensive work
and   drafting     large    reinforce-
The annual general meeting of the
Central Park Liberal Association will
be held tonight
Thursday. February  4, at 8 p.m.
in the Agricultural Hall, Central Pai ,
Officers will be elected for thi year an !
all New Westminster friends an   i ird-
lally Inviterl.
Everything   you   need   for  the   Family;
Dinner at
The Moody Park Store
Also���
Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00, and a full assortment of Seasonable Goods.
W.  H    SMITH,  Proprietor
Corner Sixth   Av��   and   Tenth   St,
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROEL
CLOTHIER
f
209-211   Columbia   Street
i   i
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Wesrr-inster, B C
THE FRASER MONUMENT.
it certainly   reflects no credit  upon
the City of New Westminster that ib
High Cut
Tan
Shoes
IB
S
B
:__��_ J5___"__*_ S3 For men's winter foot protection we call special at- ftjj ���
_S_?_r���._-���^-_.,li attention to  our High   Cut   Blucher   (laced) Grain- CQ i
'raleathei- Tan Shoes.    This particular tan leather is Bj j
r_ practically waterproof in itself, but is further viscol- f��; f
tjj ized in anticipation of the service the shoes are to m
JXJ perform.    The construction of these shoes is of the $ I W. C. CHAMBERLIN  The ,ewel<!
���   modi  > contribution of one dollar IW \        . ,i   ��� -i       . iii        n .     .       . -. w-ry-t        JJtV    z
,i, ��i,..,.��� b, ��� i,,���i������,iii���3 i, i��:}��jj best���nothing but soled leather goes into them.    Ihe LM
M;!1;:::,;.;;:.,:,;;:;,:, Z:1J:"M following are some of our best makes:
!.,i   .....a r i.    1...1.1    f.. l__ll
thousand dollars barely one hundred
has yet been contributed. Pioneers
wen ;ii" .nt trom all over the province, the Native Sons of . tii.- city took
offli lai pai'. and the general public
wai present in large numbers, luit
tb
each
:
on
trial Bocii ty  for  though  held  in   ex
hibltlon week I be ��� ocb       enefltted In
no way from the scheme, and li  le a
*
tribute which the citizens past and
present .-wed to the memorj of the
man who tii Bl navlgati 1 th. watei - of
the migbtj rlvi r upon which the Royal'
City stands, and In which all li will
evi i li", i.-i cloi, ly bound up. li is!
true two ln."i'.. call had be. n made!
ujiiiu the pursen ol the cltlzeus within
a brief space i efore iii" monument
was unveiled, nnd after the i yem peo
pie's memories sre short. We cannot
but think i Il'ii the generous public
only needs to lv reminded ol this oversight to emie 'in ward with usxistance,
tiiid remove :l.i- stigma from th fair
name of the cii; ��� We believe also thlg
is ihe unl* public iimnum. ii! iii Canada which is unpaid ror by it*
builders,
. The   generation   which    loves    th--
memory nf those    Royal    l-'nglneers, I
who li'-w. d  out   from  ,li" forest    the
homes of today, would wish   ibis year
fittingly  in commence tbe jubilee  of
the arrlvn] of the Sapper, and Mlnei   :
al Sapperton, bul can they rlghtlj appeal   Im'  siiIjm" ';|ilion-   when   a   iiionn
menl raided  the'prevlous year is not
,Vii i -.'    Tb,.  i-'ra-'':'    monumonl    still'
,,,.,ds a   bust,  bill   Ihal   will be  forth-
coii'lni* hi   private generosity, and we
trusi   thin   remind! i   will asstire
MacKay^  Bookstore!
~��� ~  i
i
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a__d Office j
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J. MacKay & Co,
i
L - -
Bookselleri
Stationers
News Dealei
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
������^as__��iife-__a
Phone 192
McMtNENY & ANDERSON    * Columbia SU
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in goodl
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP]
ACCURATE TIME!
I COLUMBIA   STR-LT,     NEW  WESTMINSTER
X       Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton Watch Movemeni
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The Amherst
Prospector
A twelve Inch top boot, made witu
'..lass eyelets and hunk- the best of
in-own moose bid���and absolutely
waterproof;  per ].air   $6.00
The
Emperor
\ tan mule i.
! Oil!
mad
���     w i 1 ll
twelve incn ii
p, di
) lllle
.,,1
to    t'i"
heels;  a boot
hat
Will   S
���and a
11 Kinds
-if wear;  per
	
.$5.00
easy
The Walk-Over
Tan Prospector
The best boot iiiad,. in th. United
States; made of Btrong brown winter
calfskins; Goodyear welted: pair $9.00
The Warwick
A boot made of dark vi collzed tan
cilfsk-h; hai. i-made throughout; without doubt tin- best boot money can
buy;  per pair $7 g5
th.
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ly llli. 51 ORE FOR HIGH GUI  BOOTS \M^^^^^*��*(^0^q^o^o^cq^-
Modern 9 rooi house on Third avenue, cprner lot, In unoii repair; on cltj
car line. Price $2500, Terms flOO
cash, balance on monthly payments,
Interest 8 per cent,     move quick.
Dominion Trust Co,
 ���T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY    TO    LOAN
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
New Westminster, B. C.
IN  0. C.
Choice  _vj
eats
J. HENLEY
AT THE
Manufacture!
m Central Meal. Market;
��0   Comer Eighth St. ana    Fifth Aven.a!
PHONE 37a
BOWEL- * OODv, Proprietors.
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Wale
Family trade a specialty.
,�������
Tel. 113.
Office   tig
NEW   WESTMIN8-ER-
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B. C
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*      *!1 THURSDAY, FEB. 4,
1909.
THE   DAILY      * \\s.
PA
m&smv!mw*smi<''V ��� <d?;___
fbeCasftSlores
T. H. Smith
Child
ren s an
d Misses
-���I City News
COAT
Regular $4.50 and $5.00 Values for $2.75
**   ft*   ��.��   4*   44   ���*
I <5>    ������
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���������; ������,���������-::>���:������������������ '���** ** �����   o ������ !*���*������ ������ '<
of Queens   avenue       J. i and  A,  P.   D,   Lace,
Jn nnt.il the    first   ol   v\ inspectors of the North
ern i ei.   were in th,- city yes-
, nee to their bl   i
in tills i I
fl.". Suits go
nnd
, coats in this lot in sizes  to fi! | ,,a: six to
- come in plain and striped !"���
others in plain sacque with fancj   braid
and mother o'pearl buttons.   Thej ... styles
feet in everj  detail.   Quite a few of them ar   manufacturers'
idie significant price cut;  $4,50 and $5.00 for ..$2.75
nee
ONL   MORE
WEEK or
rURS
At Half Price.
j-oins ti : irs at half prlci        the v this
:    now is    ���        a n ��� to secure ���
be last w,ek that thi : ment is off
GIGANTIC SALE OF
cy Dress Muslins
50c, 60c and 70c Muslins for 20c yard.
, ne big ta  le stacki d wiih u wi
���i] of it in five day.-.   Tbey are the i ream ol     ir muslin
- iltable tor evening or fane.',  dress,   Figured Swis
voile-   embroidered  muslin,    French    velours,    i
Regular vices 50c, COc and 75<   per yard    all going al
pard   20c
Big Bargains on the
I
i
Remnant Tables
!!.'.   :.  -    a   pi ill's.  -. lte.-n-
loth   all hall   ���
b
iips. calicoes,    flannel-
thi   beni li;  of our i n iuii Ing  patrons
", Sin ing Suits hi  e\:'!',
.    '!���
T. H. Smith
ll Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
��j��k*__i
*,V-W rsfSBsVKi
���3* C# t_# K#
A car will leave Vancouver office
at 12 o'clock (midnight),Thursday,
February 4, and also on Friday,
February 5, for the accomodation
of Westminster people who may
wish to attend the Vancouver
Opera House to witness the performance of "Ben-Hur."
*���' ' Clothing Co.
ti Pacific hotel anil Com
hers are soliciting
- - from the city.
'alii' rations and    wadding
bouqui .    laity, -R-ng up   Tidy,
the Pl
] cover off  _ l'0_  of   "B.
and try one.   It will m
Rl j JVJpf   Did  You  Hear Something
LTOp.     ......
o    - commotl n ... ���   than in Italy a ��� -":  ������ u !;
Kverj'thing    o h ai Btartiingl.   low  pricei    3e oste
Don'     on ."a .    need     ������ and stand.    We can give an Im-
;,i"h .. seleci ion from -������'��� ���   v
Don't you long for a ... ker "    W    i an    Ivi     ou  a        ns, '
". a ih   arm  rocke       i      from $2 50 each up.
iV'ake ip     " hi   crowd to
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster.jB.C,
Opposite- Lome Street.    Phone 73.
*��
Th. v. iter  in   the   i
v,:!'-   : norm I   again,   with   d
small flov -,, at the lake.
Thi   fun ral  wil]  take place to the
li i���;.   tomOi row  morning
Hi   Skinner,   formerlj
tu Murph; '    landing, Mis-
lowei. and   any
ol work,      telephone
Oavii     G B208.
Re*.   '.'. 'Ughijft
s:   Qui i buret
Bub jei '..thi
lands.''
All di    ' .     it. C."
cigars.     i he    old
ads.
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4
4
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under i ��
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4
A Theodon Waters, a South Afri
i 'in  ii,:   ionary who recently ga\e   a
, i . - in thi city and .lis
trict,  : ���..'-I'lit    lecturing
ices In Seattle.
Try   Itans  Vaglsang  Poultrj   r.iod.
on   i; bi   i.    It's thi   stuff all pi
jjal U   '��� *:      hould  use     U  your
,,��� : druggl
(���: are
ani "Old
re\.
.   la
���
i       i .
for li
in toi ..  tons ol
'��� 01
city, and thi
Ints.
will be  made  at  i
.- i'i ��� ��� alarm boxe
council on    M< :
Ai  an inques    I    _ y. sterdaj   a I
i Ire n &  Simp on' -  und
���    \ :: 11
Huffman, who died shortlj
aftei b. Ing sirui It b; a it. C. E. R. In-
,,   ii ...n car "ii Ti      ay evi ning,
., .,   was    re-
a rid ed    to
u   i iloodj
park >, stei la*   afternoon bi ;�� een < lo
" and a ti am repn
ing th" city, tl de
bt   points to three     The
play ��a i indifferenl  i h oughoul
Clear   Havana   cigars  of    ex  luslve
..., ..;    i':.-    Brillante,"      i thi
11.  C.  Cigar  factory. ** :
A  very , ������.;       lenl
-.���    ia    al lh    K   nf P. hall nn !��� r the
msplce   ol   ;;.  Daughters of England.
iLinn s wen   v    ' ��� .1 by a large com
. .,:,;..   and   rel l  inly
, 1     The proi   - lings followed the
ill' lodge ni'-i tine:.
A concert which promises to be of
Iderable mi rit will be hi i , tonighl
thi   Prlnc  is hall, Sapperton.    The
TONIGHT
A GRAND CONCERT
will bi   given in the
Princess Mall
SAPPERTON,
dlr. ction   of A, (J. WILLI VMS,  I '���:���   popul       ,'���      vocalist.
A '. al.'iv   ,,    alenl has been enj i
Including Mb.-   \. Munn. the   all ati
I   S Cameron's orche
:������   1.
-,, ince will conclude with
le farce   entitled
"Black Justice."
children under M 25c
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:, I ould Ih? ntv
ii the employ, es ol  the < ompanj
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NOTICE
���I
affair Is nnd, r the direction of the
popular bass vocalist A. G. Williams,
and se\ ,-ral other loi - Ic "r noti
will appear on the program **
i'li, Pacific express i- running many
hours   late on account of a snow oi rock
slide  mar  Tranquille,  west   of   Kam-
������'oops,   The train is held at KamloopsJ
,\ Ul probablj  arrive n out a a.m.!
oday,  though  the  precise    houi*    ls'
doubtful,
��� ���
Just Arrived
������
Bran,
^^^     Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlete, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALL BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia   Street.       P.   O.   Drawer  100,
�����������������_����.���. _-_.___ a~j
In ciosing out our bus- \\
iness in New Westmin-1'
ster we desire to express ��
our thanks to those who
have favored us with
their patronage at any
time during the past
eighteen months. We
solicit, on behalf of Mr.
Herbert Moore, who
succeeds us at the same
location, 255 Front St.,
t a continuance of these
X favors. Any persons in-
��� debted to us are re-
| quested to pay to Mr.
Moore, who will receipt
for same.
Tonight   :n   thi   Westininsi r Loffi-
ere will be    a
ctwei n  iii,   Roj il  Cltj   mill - ouln
tr.-iM   and th   carpi nt. rs' fii T, W
i' , ��� nn is in i hai gc    ,i lattei
teal   ,   .'id   the   game    will     bi call) 1
ll ompl  '   ...       -.!:;   " ClOCk.
Buy Your Groceries from
ADAMS & DEANS
Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
KYLE &S0N
His Honoi Judge Howaj v. ill li .ini,.
nexl Tuesday to the Arts and llisinri-
eai association of Vancouver on the
story of the Royal Engineers. This
will be of special Interest as this year
is the jubilee of the arrival of Col
Moody's i urps at Westminster.
Miss Ileal rice Blair arrived in the
city from Kamloops last night, where
she has been visiting her parents since
Christmas, After a brief visit to Vancouver Miss Ulair will resume bJer
former position In Moore's Millinery
! store.
Following the   failure   to   Becure  a
I-aici esfui foundation with brusbings in
connection with the stretch of muskeg
��� on  the  I'iiuirne  branch    now    under
[course of construction by the ('. P, IL,
it, i- not Improbable that piles maj be
driven to obtain a better foundation.
J i       Mr.  and   Mrs.    Arinur    Parkin,    or
������������������������������������������������������������������������������: I,iu.lsay. Ont��� who are spending their
hi neymoon visiting the coast, are In
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I !__��_ People,    Attention !:
>  receive  Instruction in night classes at
Columbian College
EMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE",
'���3,   TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW.     PENWAN-
���   ���
;ir*>'  l-art of the above Tuesday and  Thursdaj   evening"
t I
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
-   *-M!***i!}s^��*h#^ -   ������--'::>'
It's Important
To You
tw have your prescription   I     I
,,,���, urately and honestly. We
make a special department of
this branch of our business, and
have adopted a system of checking so that no mistakes can
.:���". p In, Vou may feel eure
that you have the right thins
when dispensed at our store.
We pay the highest wages in
, :��� Ii :��� in secure the be it help.
Every departmenl of our t.usi-
in aa Is up to date.- Big
fresh stock,  and  we claim our
average    prices   are    lllC   lowest.
We til! prescriptions l'or people
too poor to pay krf.k.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORi-
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
i,i,. {.ity, guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. il.
,,,, en, Third stri ��� t. Mr. Parkin is a
nephew i,I Mrs, Green and Is manage!
of the Plavelle Cold Storage company,
of Llndsaj
Idvlcea hav- been received here
fn,ni Prouty, wiin caughl tor the West-
n inster baseball team early last sea
son, to the effect thai he Will likely
be out here again this summer, when
ii,. would be pleased to once more don
die Royal City uniform. Prouty is at
i resent Caching Bchool iu Montana.
The fire brigade was called y est Br-
da, to n chlmni ������ Hri al the residence
of tr \. Eastman, Fifth"aveHue. A
small blaze started at the Van-tone
Heating nnd Plumbing Company's
premises on Clarkson street during the
morning from the lire from the stove
working into the celling.
Before Justices of the peace  P. ter
Byrne find Charles K  Sprott, in  the)
Burnaby    municipal    hall,   Pred_rloki
Kearslej   was charged yesterday with
a v.. iii ii m assauli on John A. Bttrslll,
bnt   th videme nd ed    was    not
found sntiicieni i" convict, the niagls-
trates ipimisslng lhe action with costs
against the plaintiff- Adam S. Johnston, on 1 ctn.U of W. Xonnun Hole,
K. C., appeared tor the plaintiff.
3  His. creamery   butter   -   -   - $1.00
Canned salmon. 2 cans for   -    - 26
" the best quality, tin 1">
Baking   Powder, Blue   Ribbon,
per can  20
liaising Powder. Schillings Best 36
Extracts,   Lemon   and   Vanilla,
best brand 8  oz. bottle 50
Phone 97 PROMPT DELIVERY.
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 are reliable Canadian companies with en-
���viAtole reputations f�� the prompt payment of losse�� id they charge less
for good r' than others. They do
not want . ,e bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you wlll be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE  YOU   MONEY.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
A-tu-aSTJUM:; 3L.3  K
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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Mince Meat, per  package   -   -
10
Klondike Soap,  1 burs   -   -   -
20
EclipBe So-ip, per cartorn ii bars
20
Toilet Soap, 3 cakes to box   -   -
10
Tea (Soaguila   sold at   40c per
package)  special   -   -   -   -
35
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Floor, per sack	
1.65
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Page six
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY. fEb_.
A
A
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st traiu for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.lii am;
train for all points Fast at 3.20 p.m ;
train  for  Agassis at a.42  p.m.
Tickets Hold ;o and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre JAPAN WILL CANCEL
FOREIGN AGREEMENTS
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Ctas. Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special MaUnee for Ladies and
children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Important Statement Made
In Speech by Minister Ko-
mura to Lower House.
Telephone 54.
P.  O. Box 665
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. F09TER,
Asst.  Genl,  Pass.   -\gt.. Vancouver.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and    Mclnness   Streets.
Granite ware
rived���Full and complete stock Granlteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in and in-
- ���  ��� our stock; no trouble to show  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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5
HARDMAN & CO.
Sole Agents
Trust Block, Promt St., New Westminster }
A.   HARDMAN.
A.  JAMES.
J.   McCLUGAN. J
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
fokyo, Feb, 3.���Speaking before the
lower house of the diet today, Foreign
Minister Komura outlined the foreign
policies of Japan in a carefully weeded speech. The opening sentence gave
the keynote of the entire address when
Count Komura said; "The foreign
policy of this empire should have as
its object the maintenance of peace
and ill" devel'ipni'iit of its resources."
The most important statement of
ill., speech was that the government
hit'! decided to next year notify the
various powers having commercial
treaties with Japan of the cancellation ,.;' these agreements at the end
of thi year, the purpose1 being the
formulation of new treaties which
would ne unhampered by anj unequal
arrangements. The alliance with
Greai Britain was declared to rest on
an endin ing foundation.
rile speech touched upon the anu-
Japane.su legislation m California, saying that the Japanese government
wan lylyiug on the liinaie justice of
the tilled Slates go\ rnment, .aid
was confident no internaiioal com-
ions would arise,
Tae policy ot the govi i liineni    ,\
titfd :.i ,- uie settlement ol Japan-
, se in iii,- fai east rath, r i han thi ir
scattering in foreign lands, this condition leading to the immigration
agreements with Canada and the I'nit-
. d Sta es.
Ami i  che. .        ' opposition,
Count   11.uii,ri made a bitter and sen-
sai: 1 nttack  on    the   govi i inn- m-
i polic i. di cl i: ing that the
manner in which Americans treated
��� ��� ��� how d Its worthlessness.
The agreement with th" Uniti I States
'ii.. speaker deci trod had been practically forced upon tlie .1 ipan ���-������ government.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited in tbe Land
Registry Office in the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of its
Westmlnster-C-tlliwack Hailway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through tbe
municipalities of Suruas and Chilliwack and the town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
t'ous four (4) and five (5) of tho said
railway as shown on the said pian
and approved by the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the
Province of British   Columbia.
Dated this 12th day of January,
1909.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor  for  Vancouver  Power  Company, Limited.
"Brewster's Millions������
ihe   Cohan   ...   ..
COMPEL  LINERS TO
COMPEL cARRy  W,RELESS
,,., ,,   ������ ���The     house
Washington,    l'1''1-  <-���
committee on merchant marine today
decided to recommend a '.ill requiring
all ocean steamers carrying over fifty
passengers to equip with wireless tele-
,rllii appartus. H has not been determined whether the law will apply ,lay nig
t0 al] steamers sailing over 500 miles
,������ iod miles.
headed by  Rob, rt
the big New Vn
���
��� i
i
em
iin
Millions."  a.   the open,  h,,,,.
young man who ha   :,
T
'   -  .
���  irt
:
: dollars in
NOTICE.
Gigantic   Skeleton   Unearthed.
Nw York, Feb. 3.���The skeleton of
., prehistoric man of gigantic size has
been found at a town ten miles south-]
east of the city of Mexico, according
to news  received here  yesterday.  The
discovery   was  made   bj   a   peon,   who
unearthed    the    skeleton which m-v
ured a "in  fifteen feet  in height.    II \
probably will '"' turned over to    the
National museum in Mexico.   The ftnd|
has  revived  ihe  Aztec    legend    that
ages ago a giant race inhabited parts I
.if the .Mexican  plateau.
a year in onl
the terms ota will th '
"nlli""   """ ' i rn "/'I
Shoul i   gel   rid  ol   v '
tune wlthoui di sipation ,,:
mci
and  furthermore, -j,..      ,.,
a    I
imi   allowed    !.,
���'  *-
was   trj Ing   tu   do      I I
" '- ���'��� **.
compllshed    ai er Bn
in.-ii inivi of hi   frl
���i tad
lii
-'!'itc|
check   lii- .-Mr.n,i_ iv
' 111*!
millions come   to in
getsl
rid  "i   'li" lasi   .."Mi,
' tut
Hon.
Notice is hereby given tbi t a reward Of $250.00 will be paid by thi
Corporation of the City of New Wi sl
minster for information that will lead
to the .arrest and conviction of the
person or persons who set on fire the
Dupont Block, on Columbia Strei I in
i this City, on or about the lSth Inst.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Cilj   Hall, New Westminster, Jan. 27,
1909.
P.O.Box  474.        Tel.  53.        Res.   429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engines
V-j mi 25 h. p., 2 and 4 cycle.
vai ������ "*i the market.   En.ines ki       i,
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St.,   Foot of Sixth.
P. O.  Box 345. Phone 105.
j PYTHIAN
SKATING   RiNKl
_ NEW    -   OF P, HALL,
Eightn  and   Agnes    treel
linnb: Morning, I
2:'in :.i 5, i venlng, <
slon  10c,   skates  23c.
lo  to   12,  -chool  i
will be i irnished ska'-
mutatli n ��� I kets n  :
A   183
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HOW  TO   OPERATE   a  moving   pictun    machln.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
How to  make lii-; monej   al  entertainments and
How     i obtain position-- which - week
Mow to become a finished operati n.
We give instructions that are simple and     tere tins
Wi   have the newest method of ng by mall,
We send you nn recelpl of J1.00 complete instrucl
We teach operators how to pass all examinations
We represent the leading film exchange.
Remittances    to    Independent    Theatrical  Exchang.
Burke  Building, Seattle   Wa ih .
Warden School of Operators
ii
The
Roast Beef of Old England'
is proverbial.   The PRAIRIE ROAST BEEF sold by
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
has just as good a flavor, and it is butchered, dressed and
shipped UNDER GOVERNMENTJINSPECTION.
)
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. RESCUED BY A TUG
vee Men and Boy Victims
"oil:     ' ��� reckAreSaved
gy TUg PilOt.
i ll ,11-' lug
I'll,.'     liu
,..,i   \i, '.ii1 ild
 la
ind
k .��� il    for three
., .,.i:i, food oi
following        ���'       of He ii gaso
..   \ ancouvt r, the
. 1,1..  wiib Mi.-
.v ith    gy]    ....
ifter a  remark-
r~
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
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I       Fltzhugh
,, ', uie n   Ol
lb    d    iis
i.    ;..; be
ai   was trying
ed a  boai
,,, opll    were
, ' ii   aboul
and ram-
,   ashore
, und north  frpn
Porcher
I'S PLAN   REMOVES
LIKELIHODD  OF   WAR
3.���The Rue
mlc   ei ii
mcia    pl i      i
:    liulgaria This
.   . li.
���
-       W   ESCAPE
FROM   TIDAL   WAVE j
i
;n     v, hlch
injured,    The
I ndians.
. f     ih.
Il
S
��� r     was
led. li
VI :i   I
I   Big Pay.
-,.. v. imen
i:     \.r   _al  As-
Unera.   "Wi    e
���  millinery   artists
tn irganization."
id milliners gi
week    and    ex-
rted    ihe    move-
ANTS MAIL PRIVILEGE
RESTORED TO   PAPER
��� Edwards, edl-
���   Opener, it   iu
ol   bis  visit   to
liis publi.
i,  Mr.
. ��� w  with lion.
�� ;, poi tmaster-geni ral,
,   issli i.uu  di p
.  .'. ho i   :u ting
��� I Dr, Coulter,
al applli il "ii
ng the  mail-,
��� ition iu wiii-
i.   Is   now    being i
i
i*  poi tmaster-general,
��� ' Itnown in. d'  i
i a few days.
1/ INST BRITISH
UPATION OF  EGYPT;
A nuinbi r of Ei j pl
I'.i  I    have i "lit  a     ���
: drey, the Urltii h
y. protesting hi alnst
i oi tinued oi i ...      m ]
pILOR
'
SELECTED   TO
KILL   KING  EMANUEL'
rii" police    today
���a who is ail. ged
by ibe revolution-
iand   . beted  to
King as he at>
ervic i   to   lie
mory of his I ither
!"."!���(��� R.sas.inated
Igti   Three accomplices
���ll    liter   effect.'d
THE
EVELY-FORD
PAN\
are  ready for tlie  sale  of GORDON'S  BIG   STOCK.
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When the clock strikes nine
���
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The prices \
are badly dam- :
aged, but the I
goods are \
perfect \
and  the  earlier :
���
you come the :
larger  will  be t
your selection. :
The more goods
you buy the more
monev vou will
save.
���
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���������������������������������������������������< ��������������������������������
the Gordon stock is to be thrown open
to the public.    You won't know it's
the same store when you enter, as it
is so changed.   The store is ablaze with
bargains���bargains of the real sort,
conspicuous by their actuality.   Turn
to the right, turn to the left, down the
aisles, from the front to the back,
every department is in the movement.
The tables, the shelves, the counters,
the racks���all the same story.    Prices
cut, deeply cut with the hatchet, into
the  profits, into the  cost, into the
quick, and into the loss for us.    But
one thing in view���-
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1   The bees that
I   get the honey
I   seldom stay
|   around the
hive
and the people
who will get the
best bargains are
the ones who will
be at the door
Friday morning
at 9 o'clock.
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This stock must be re
uce
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
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W_ Vipvp riven you our end of the argument.   Come Saturday morning, and the follow ���
vve ii-v- _ ^ ' mrteen daySt expecting much.   You won't be disappointed.
Sale at Gordon's
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY, F_B. 4
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Look on the bright
side and use good
polishes. WE SELL
THEM.
Matchless Silver Polish.
Globe  Metal Polish.
Drilliantshine Bon  Ami.
Aluminum   and  Gold   Paint.
Wclliigton  Knife   Polish.
Stove   Polish;   Black  Silk,  Nonsuch and Black Jack.
Liquid Veneer and Lemon
Polishing Oil.
Mirror Stovepipe Varnish.
Johnson's  Prepared  Wax.
TRADE
Where Your
Dividends
Are Guaranteed ���
NO
Supposition
We are still giv- ^
ing these grand:
bargains. As you I
will notice below,!
these prices, for the g
quality of goodsjg
shown, are some-j:
thing out of the or- g
dinary and this is a t
chance for every g Anderson &\
good housewife to||
grasp. No thin gig
pays like cash buy-:
ing.
AMUSEMENT GROUNDS
PLANNED FOR VANCOUVER
Substantial   Backing   Secured  by   Company to Construct Monster Playing.   Park���Contract  Let.
Lusby       l
Columbia Street   ���
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The Walsh Sash
lou lbs. Granulated Sugar l'or $6.76.
2U lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.15.
'Straight   tirade Flour  is one Of the |a|*|f]    ||f|f\|*    f*(\
best pastry Hours on tho market and U  <***U   UxfkJl     \,\J,
the cheapest at $1.25 per sack.
;: lbs. of Tea l'or ifl.uu.
Plana a e on i xhibiiion in a lt-adin
Vancouvi r store of    an    amusemenl
pari; to he established in or adjacent
in the  Terminal City covering about
ten acre- of ground.   The   company,
known as the Vancouver Amusemenl
company, has u capital    of $400,000,!
will secure a site shortly, and a eon-'
tract has been let to a contractor who
built ji million dollar park in fourteen
weeks.    11  has   substantial    hacking,
and   Intends to    see    the    enterprise
through.
The nun behind ihe enterprise are i
Albert K. Beer, of Winnipeg; Richard
Bruach, of Vancouver; T. B, Moore, ot
Seattle; J. .1 Donnellan, of Seattle,
and others. Mr, Beer is one of the
organizers of the Northern bank. Mr,
Moore is head of the Moore Construction company, of Seattle, and Mr. Don-
iiellan Is the architect. The fourth
in -niber of liie syndicate is well
known locally. Tho plans provide for
a lake and canal, a water "shoot the
chutes," scenic railway, tlgure eight,
ro, ar .-Viiing rink, dancing pavilion,
ci'culnr swings, a large restaurant���
in :'a; i, there will be thirty-nine fea
in,- in all, consisting of the most
rn diversions.
bottles  foi I
Doors, Windows, Turn-]
ing,  and Bandsawing.
i
We malie a specialty of   (ir   doors,
sti am, i and kiln dried.
W.E.Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Du-et Now
Order a Piano
at once.
Aylmer  Chill  Sauce,
5UC.
Vii toria Cross Tea, 50c per lb.
Mrs.    Porter's    Home-made    Salad
Dressing, 15c and 2i>c per bottle.
California   Home Brand Sweet  Re)
ish, 20c per bottle.
3 tins of ih.- best  best Sliced i.ne-l       Factory.   End of Third Avenue.
a;,pie   for   -."jC. . Phone 413. New  Westminster.
Bating and  Drinking Chocolate, 30c [     	
per lb.
:> lbs. Raisins for 25c,
6 lbs, Tapioca for 25c.
T. His. Sago for 25c.
* ?, lbs. Poultry Food tor 25c,
3 pkgs. Com Starch for 2"ic.
5 pkgs.  Laundry Starch for 25c.
f bottle Mushroom Catsup, 25c.
7 pkgs.  Force for 25c.
Cambridge Wafers, 25c [ier tin.
8 bars Xo, 1  Laundry Soap for 25c.
8 bars fine Toilet Soap for 25c.
:: lbs. of .'in- Table Butter for $1.00.
3 bottles of Pickles for 50c.
3 bottles of Worcester Sauce for 25e.
'���) tins of Fresh Herring for 25c.
l fin of Canned Rabbit for 25c.
White   Star  Brand   Baking Powder,
20c per tin.
Bin" Ribbon Brand Raking Powder,
20c per tin. Tw0  heads  are  better    than    one.
Magic   Brand   linking   Powder,   20c Both of vou come    .,���,,    cho0ge    the
Per ,in- Ipiano.    (ini- -inek of pianos Is    large
Iand varied, Including many makes, in-
cliullna upright* and player. Every Instrument is warranted, and has a full,
sweet tone, perfeci mechanism, exquisite touch, and looks fit for the
i drawing room of a queen,
Easy ti im-.    Low prices,
IJ. fl. Todd's Big Music House
SOAPY"  SMITH'S PAL
RAN   AMUCK   IN   NORTH
.luiieau, Vlaska, Feb. :; Bat I'mi
ie ly, a former member of Soapy
Smith's uoriorious ban I of outla �� -
v, ii i.ii caused a reign o�� terror al
Skagway in the days of thi big gold
rush in the north, ran amuck at Tena-
kee Springs yesterday. He attempted
in kill one of the residents of lha*
id ice, in,; w ,i -��� oyerpowered just In
time. Then is no p ilii e officer at
Tenakee Springs and die miners held
a meeting, found aim _-.11i 11 \- and appointed a in.in ;o act as guard over
him while he is being taken to S
on the first  boat.
GREATEST   ICE   JAM
SEEN   AT   NIAGARA   FALL'S
Public Supply
Stores
ODDFELLOW
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
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Ladies'
Blouses
Ranging in prices
from $1.35 to $3.85,
to clear at
Niagara Falls, on:., Feb. 2 One of
the greati -i Ice jams probably e\ei
.-���en occurred In the chasm below th.
American  and   ! torsi shoe  falls    I
I 10:30   this   nn. ning,   resulting   In  ihe
carrying away  of the ^reat Ice bridgi
i of 1908. Half a dozen refreshmi nt
and souvenir shacks u,-nt along with
the i ridge, ile Ir occupants having
-. escapes I'..i ,i time ii was
feared that the upper steel arch
li i i.      would   alsn   bi'   carried   away.
bill     111"    steel    :;l   ,1    '        withstood       I III' ,
shocks,
Ice  Givtt,  Way   Beneath Crowd.
COLUMBIA  STREET.
Sl
00
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Pitts .ni 4. Pa., Fi li, :: \ :,n usand
I men, women and chlldn n were drlv. n
| fr    Lake   Fllzabi I b,   In   W esl   !'.
I ik.I'l ,|   sl le,   .i.   poi ,'.- With  draw l)  club.;
', last ni_lii \\ hen iho Ice gave way beneath their weight and began to sink
All nt lb, in go   off safely. Iiui      lion
i 200 wen   crimp, lied to �� ade a-b  in
; w ater \. Iiich  coven d  i he  Ice a    foot
| deep.     Hundreds  of   paii -���    ot     hoi
I and stockings froze lo the wearers In
I ill"  almost  /ei ii    :��� mperal 'ii ������      ,,���],,...
j they reached home     Bul ror the   Ime
ly  . cl ion of i he  police  many    would
have '-tone down with the sinking I.--
and   might  have frozen or drowned  in
ih,. lake, which Is deep,
Afghan Tries to Kill  Countryman.
Butte, M.nii . I'-eii. 3     "i filed started
, in   Afghanistan  sixteen years  ago,  eul
i ininai.-d Iii Butte yesterday In an at-
i tempt  in  murder    Budllln   Khan,    a
li in.il. peddler, al whom thr - Bhoi -
| were fired without effect. Khan
I caused th" arresl of Akver Khan and
two suspects are sought by the police
.Alt   came here  three   week's  ago  from
Spokane.
EACH
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ATTENTION
Only a few of these?
blouses, so be early |
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A. J. BIRTCM
-THE   WHITE   HOUSE-
275 Columbia Street
If you have property of any description to sell,  *
rent, or exchange, either in the City or District,  it
will pay you to list with us at once.
We have the experience, organization and connections, and can guarantee you good service.
WBB F.J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ���"""���
New Westminster, B. C, i
ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATED 1505 I
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Great Glove
Opportunity
EYNIER)
We announce for this week the largest KID GLOVE
SALE ever held in the city. Stock-taking has re-
vealecl the fact that we have an overstock out of all
proportion for this time of the year. Our New Spring
Gloves will soon be on the way. and we must clei out
some five hundred pair of our Reynier (dovesat o
Read further and note the rigorous reductions on all
the well-known lines in this make.
Reynier's Two-Button
Tan Cape Kid Gloves
Now $3.45 per pair
Regular $4.00.
The best w< arlng Glove possible I-, buy;    all   size
j,:i i r     S3.-.a
Reynier's Twelve-Button
Glace Kid
Now $1.95 per pair
Regi lar $3.00.
Known a-- the Sita and Infanta Reynh r made, w Inch Is
sufficient ;���' ommendatlon if
their quality; shades of tan
brown, navy, green and grej.
W" have -old hundreds or
pairs of ihi- line, which have
proved most satisfactory In
rn'! y way, i m sale this week
���ii  all   Slzi -;   per  pair   . .$1.95
Sixteen-Button Black
Undressed Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
Regular $2.75 and Reynier Made.
This liuc is the blgge i snap
in gloves �� hlch has ever h>" u
offered in his city. Black
only and ..ii sale al a prlci
that is ]. than you would
i'a;. for Bhort gloves of tho
ani" gradi ; all si7.es, on
ali    v  pair   $1.50
Long White Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
t'leaiin.-, out broken sizes In
three lin, of white ulaco kid
gloves In twelve and sixteen
button lengths, Regular pric
$2.00 and $3.00. On sale per
pair   $1.50
$3.00 Long Cape Kid
Gloves on Sale
$2.45 per pair
i i   lor wearing glo\ ���
tan
On sal
 $2.45
Note these Lines
of Short Gloves
and the Reductions in Price.
I glOVd   111   .-bade.
an, brown,    navy,    green
din: :        rey,     l lack   and
slzi     Regntot price
I  75.   nn Bali   per pair $1.45
Leilia Kid Gloves
on sale 95c per pair
n
a Hi
;   In
'   li
"Sita" Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Rffjiil.-ir   $1.50.
The entln range of thtg well
��� ""wn Hne In hades of tan,
brown, prey, ,:,.,n ���inlin.���
and black and white. ,)n s;i]<j
in all Hiz**; per pa!r     $1 20
Silk-Lined Mocha on
Sale Sl .45 per pair
Regular  V
.���ni.. .   .
durable.    'I
R<
Olan Short Swede
Gloves on Sale
95c per pair
Regular   i
Shad     of tan    ia
Gauntlet Gloves
on Sale $1.95 per pair
Regular  Prices  $'
I'i ,-      ��� ���  ...   i ,
price In Capi
i.n   '
A few odd line.
of Perrin's Wash
Gloves and Glace
Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Th'..��� i nei in ������ "
r. gular valui - $i ������"
ihi- week 	
.     a      9
W. S. Collister & Co
 THE STORE  TOR WOMEP<s;WEAR
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