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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
WNEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
vTMIXSTER, WC, TUESDA.   VI .,;
FEBRUARY -, 1909.
REPLIES TO D.D. BOURKE
|l8 Ready to Assist in Probe
0f Comicl Hi" Miner Escape Incident.
LIVERPOOL ARMS SALOON
BOUGHT BY J. LHAPPLLL
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
ll'M��'i,   '''"���'������	
���or ol larles
spi
ed -:l
mv-i
N..ivW   ^^^^
.in reg
\V. Dawson, m-
W-0 conduct-
tigatlon  Into  the
vi bis pals from
I uiv
Miner a
uiti n.iaiy in 1901.
gurd t" the expos-
Warden Bourke
to make.
who   was  iu
, s-D put}
ver}
an}
inas been    i
Sir  - ''���
I . tentlary at the tlm<
given 11"
of Mi��"
,,    make
. ..���,i H       ���  -iv in conm ction
|*)u .   and   iu tell
ii the e cape
ie  than  ui"
ation  di i lo ed   It   was
,��� know a l ���
. | artment    ol
,     plea ed  to    have
,   ;. id  to tell
(nan-
rill :���
I :,
ici
Bourke  ai
I
lustlc
V
The only <>�������''   ^^^^^^^^^^
I   McNi HI,  whom   he
., a. e   Indicated
n  hi glig. in,  i in
.   lence   :1m   he
i . velj o
, 'in, lets      to
.    :      iir. Ua ������.
Alex.   Matheson   Disposes   of    His   In-
teres* in Thirst Emporium���New
Owner  in   Possess on.
Alex. Matheson, v. ,., for many yi ai
has   condiiel.-d     ibe     Uivei p io]     Anns
saloou  on Columbia  street, ... iterda;
disposed of his interest in thai  business io John Chappell, of Vancouver,
who will take possession ihi; morning.
The   monetary   con Idi. ition   lnvol\ ��� I!
has  nv   I een  in idi   |  ,.,,.,���
Mr.   Chappi i)   iva    . , m ownei
of ih" Occidental hoti I, now con lucted
by M. Gowan, ���������,. ug . ut to J. Ham-
i: ond aboul eighteen . . ath < o.
Since   ihnt   time   M       i baa
een Ih Ing In Vanco  .
61
OF CITY'S ENGINE
NG POLICY
BRUNETTE SAWMILLS
WILL RE-OPLN NEXT WEEK
EVIDENCE HEARD
IN DAMAGE SUIT
Officers of Industrial Concern   Elected
at  Annual   Meeting  Yesterday	
L. A. Lewis Again President.
A. J. Hill Writes on Relations Between Himself and Super
intendent of Works Furness���Three Names Added
To   Committee   Investigating  Coquitlam
Dam���Decision Was Reached by
Mayor's   Casting  Vote.
share.
Mill
OPPOSHION MEMBERS
DID Af
.���iJ-J-Ufl
dAi-'iirP ' l
jut McNeill
���SWF,
pa rr|Hii
New Minister Introduced to
House  ,". I .V     King
Speaks on Tui ��� re ilosis.
1 hi i 'oq . lam dahi scheme continues i , ih,. , j,y council, and
al l!l ��� evening, all being
:i pxci vid, Adams, the mayor
lltlon of names of
promlm ul v. -.- ,,, ���.,,,. investigating
commi                i, 11,, .,,[ acrimonious
''    ate     tl :.  .    ,    ,,:, ,[   by     his
ting ,-oto.   a bltti ��� letter from A.
���I   Hill,  cltj   v. ini "r,  was  read,  and
Of inquiry.
The Citizens' Meeting.
Hon.   VY.  Norman    dole,  K..C,    ap-
' ''il     lie-   council   With   rei'er-
Wants  Legal  Advice.
The  ,��� ���"���.������   discussion    bad    laken
plai     li   the committee room, and In
opi ., i    vii  the mat ter came up at
once when  the city clerk  (W. A. Duncan i   read    he  resolutions   pass ed    at
the  la i   citizens'  im eting,    A   re ioIu-
tion waa movi j to refei  them io   the
pi i . i   committee,   bui   Aid    Jo i dim
point! I out  there w_a n legal aspect
on, and he    thought    ii
should  be referred   to   ; he   commil '���> i
to consul!  with the solii itor as to the
.  Ity ol any expenditure being made
I    The  annual   mei ting   of   the
, holders of tbe Brunette    Saw
jcompany was held yesterday, when   d
thorough  discussion on ihe affairs of
the company was Indulged in.   Ii was
decided   thin   lite   mills,   which   hav.'
; been closed down since the recent cold
snap, would be started   again   early
nexl   week,   when  all  the    employees
would be placed <>n full time.
The officer, of the company appointed  were:    President    and    managing
director,   I..   A.   Lewis;    secret ary.   0.
I).  Cross;   dirt ci, rs,   Dennis   Murphi
Ottawa, nnd A. Harnet, Renfrew. Onl
Judgment Reserved In Cooks-
ley Versus City���Court to
Visit Scene.
Aid
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ictoria
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Is  Answered.
I,   A.   II.    \   ���
Taylor    (New
Ui      IJ  thi   di
tn ted  thai  a
ild    ���    iffered foi
and    pi Injle I
I    had
: no ki
i | om .nn
I Ion. Thonia    ti    or, i
Introduci       to    the    H
i   emii r McBi I le an i   lie  Hon   F. J
on, i in,-!' , omn
Disciple of Karl  Marx.
Pai !.��� ,  Willi h iiieiii-
ewi vigorous a
m   lhe   d   ���'iIin. i.
making ���
<?nce  lo  the  re en      public    meetlngl in thi
i Ci    iii lai :  lake  dam.
nnd   lh     rosolu pas  i d  l hei eni.   I ie
said  I ��� re al  the  requ    I
ni' a mini e rati layers, who
attention of I he
ic fact i hai   in i heir opinion  ii   would  :     ���       v     ml,  a    very
- edent lor a public meet-
of  ratepayer    to  have    any    influence in  laying down to the council
coursi   which tl :  |   follow.
,   11 ..,i thi re      ��� epresenta-
nnd   wer,-    wise    re]   ��� ��� i :i'n
, :  thought, nnd he (ihe speaker)
obji i"   :   : ,  in ,;   ���'. ho   . i  e  not   rate-
, omlng iu nnd i Ddeavoring   to
dictate the i ouncil's pplicy.    The  bi
��� Inning  of evi]   was   very i mall, and
Idea  v n     n 10] ���' d I    would s'l'Ve
, > def       ni.-,    ,    ,    " lyllj!
often was     Hi
: polnl out thai an;   ��� xpenfliture
conneel i1 m,
11 ay,        oh
THREE CENI FARE IS
THING Of THE PAST
of tie cial
ippointed to go into    the, T .
matter      lred them ther   m-ia be | Low Kate on Cleveland Car
im . liture bef.       I    -   unci! had
I ,,:: thi   <"vvi'ii ��� '   report,
Suggests Larger Committee.
The mayo   said:   "Il .-��� em   to   me
the iii-"' ng -h" other nig      i   ���" -tetl
|   r lihllltilt".     lo   I'Oi'IlV 'v   coin-   	
ii.ie,   of our own here,    tl   seems to; with instructions recently    issued
Line   Could   Not   Cover
Operating Expenses.
i
Clevi land, 0., I'     .   I      In m coi dam I
ubllcl made, not authorized according to law,
Id   render    the    members   oi  the
v<>! in-:   i: ..       h.,' i  ^	
suited   iii'      Ol      !������ > "  i.'   ie-  ������'���"':
me that it would be quite ivithin our
juri Uction for this council to a up ilnl
a committee of three tmm the rati
payers of the city, making il nine,
thorc ,"!! investig ition Into
the  whole situation,    m      ��� as
thoro u like."   Whatever was
said, ile- action- of the v- ,  ns' , om-
mitu .���        ��� ,    the
ill���   ������ tin :i]  il] the   a
Vld, Gray  objected    ��� increas.
���     ' Ived
lej   I ath ice as to the i x ������ nditure of
mon .nnection ��� mi
.Md.  <; irretl   . onslu. red ������  i _
-n'in;y with Mim - the S out ol    ouncl
price of i ���    hi     utti '    1 ho i   who had con
���    , n    in  threatened  legal   proceed ng     bul i y.   He bel   ,*ed   In
, ��� ;      i illli
n Bourke hud   a ���   nee   ol   Ji
disci  -
,     .       ��� I      p< n1
he   formi -
���
i ENTER CONTEST
110,000 WORLD PRIZE
���v York Newspaper Offers  Big Prize
to Aerial  Navigators���Contest
Takes, Place  Next   Fall.
' ���   ' Fmll       . II::.!.'
'receh ui   '������  Fulton all
i a prize ol $10,
.Vi  Id.' Tbe aerial
.   I   in    the    air
iip   'i,. Hud -on
n ihe n      ��� team hip
laci   nexl  rail
wnh     ihe     Pulton
The ��� ntries al-
'; ildwin,  V Leo
"row. of: <��� . ri,   ,i an i.
and  Mark    O,
. ii.       . ,,
rated John  Olivi bis   lisliki
���.isi3 and red
���'I.- ,,i'.,p.    ij attempting to   nculcate Socialistic
>ion   which   principle   into ihi  minds   if his hear-
Thi i,- wei e no   i I        onverts,
Beauties of Chilliwack.
C   W.  Mum,i   ol  Chlllin tck, dilated
��� .Hi'ie ��� and i, "  fold advanl
:. ' -       hlch had
n   i  him as Its rep esentative In |
ile-  ll...! ,-.    lh-  voitfi d  h s  strong
pi-oval of th     iu   .���       :      , , Ini menl
ol o.iu oi  lun   try,     ilnl Ing   out
iich ;i department   ia l       n the
means of saving millions ol acn    ol
labh   lini'iei   in the I States
r\ Ithin ih" i'i -, few ... n He con
eluded n striking Bpeech by moving
an amendment thai all >��� rsonal nnd
ii venue taxes be levU 1 by municipalities and the funds devoted to needed
Improvements In ihe Bald muntclpall
lies.
Prevention  of Tuuercuiosis.
Dr. J. ll. Kin '   ol Cran n wk, spoke
sii.n tlj on the advl a Hit) of Introduc
legislature dealing with  th
Vid. Garrett,    1 am
'    1 ..   v, ,.,,,. .
Permission Granted. .,,,-
Mr. Hole then wan' Into   the Mayor Kear)
tion nl the complexion ol the   ill     n 1 am  n llling   to
i         -, led   In in he di' v. tal    all in             isibl Itj "   Wl
the ii-             tention to the position, ha] ien   I the council  ,vas   u     hip.
ind   ',     hi    pari   b<   would havi Narrow Division.
\.i., ' against  tho resolution then be-j Al     ; '.���, ton said th        die ineel
fore the meeting    His clients thoughi ng had thought three members suffi-
incil hnd  i gr  it deal of ��� ���          I   ���   , ouncil  was   hardl)   able
. alls   fi r    pu o    Ini   three m. n, bi i au e    they
an I    were    quite lid  not  know who would serve.,
with the matter ln| In  answer to the    council    Mayor
f
in
(Boston Company to Try
'   '''���  ;       '      \n entry
ih.- New York-BoBton
" Niui��� '""'i company,
ing
^^      lor
His   '   I nn
in \'     aillil.nu.
III.:
New
was
Holocaust in China.
Sgfw>N, Pbb,i, -Atleast
V.lives were lost in a lire
n occured today in a
a~ 'n11'!^* boats. The
wei1 bodies of 170 victims
���p already been recovered
sinpny personB are sti11
cure
.���imi prevention of tuberculosis In this
I ii 11\ inc...
Hon, P, C. Carter Cotton mo\ ��� d th<
adjournment of the debate The lions,
rose until two ..'clock tomorrow aftei
aoon.
NOMINATION   DAY   IS
SET  FOR   FEBRUARY  S
Th.. writ tor the Dominion bye*elec
Hon in Comox-Atlin has been issued,
naming Feb. ���**��� as the day tor receiving
nominations at Prince Rupert,
Ai liie Conservative convention held
in Cumberland, it was decided to contest the seat, and Michael Malison, of
Coil.���/,  lBlantl, a  brother  Of  the    locul
member for Dewdney, was nominated
to lake ih,. Held against Hon William
mpl.man.
ha I man)
and  school
tapai.le of dviliii-.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
ih. Ir di v.:ion.    IL-  would
i!   ih'   council   Inti n ii d  to  recognize
; V  authority of  that  meeting
should  iir him to be heard
on the subject.    His clients did    aoi
wish to ' ml..' i. i.n litigation,
Aid. din, ii thoughi the request   a
, n .limbic one.
a a
In an .'..I to Aid, Henley, Mr. Hole
said his clients were not the fi. C.
E, H. companj.
li was decided to give Mr. Hole an
undertak ng to notify him before any
definite iteps were taken, and also
legal   representative
Judge Taylor, ol the fed ral cou t, to
ih" receivers ol th entl e reel rail
way s) st.-in of i' ire-land, the i ate ot
fare was Lncre ���... I eglnning thi
morning, ou all lines except upon
thi   ,��� where tlie fram hise specitlcall}
jii'o, i,|, s a rati  ol noi i -e than thr<
ci nl . Approximately : wo-thirds of
thi street car patrons are now paying
a straight  five-ii nt    fai���.    or   eleven
lie!   'ts   for   fift)   ' "HIS.
Patrons of thi   three-cent  fare dim
are compelled to pay two cents for a
transfer, while  passengers  paying the
regular    five-cenl    far     obtain    free
Iran-'', rs to any line in Cleveland.
Judge Taylor ordered  'he    rate   oi
fare Increased il  thi   in.
of the compan)  lo pay    running   expenses and to liquidate debts accumti
lated under the three coin   fare*
tern, which in-   has b ��� a effective un
! all lines in Clevel tnd  since Api il   29
; 1908.
WRONG CONSTRUCTION ON
UTTERANCE OF W.J. BOWSER
.   said li" had three    names    to
it, T   l   Trapp, V. J.  Hart and
l.    V, Lewis
iin .! ,u\ i Ion to appoint ihree outsiders, ih" vo'. Btood; Foi. Vldermen
Garrett, Smith and Jardin : again* t,
Aldermi n Gray, John I in nnd Henl.
The mayor gave his casting vote for
the motion, there being t* similar
llvision on the nami ted,
This second   moUon  brought    Aid.
Johnston  to  his  feel again.    He did
car - If they    elei 1    I hree,    or
y-thi-O", to   the   committee,   in
be well if the whole city
Report   That   Aid.   Garrett   Has   Been
Dismissed from  Provincial Office
Not  Substantiated.
��
i   in   ih.
no
1 Well
LBERT
* WILL HAVE
THIRTYEIGHT  SEATS
eb, 1,���it is announced
"  '-Wbutlon bin to in-   In-
Ikhnonton
'< the
____! .,i ��� ���
Kure i r8r.t��8e",0n ��f the
llinP M "lir','"n new seats
",,nl ��'f   thirty.eight.      A
f'��tMl to f,,f l'nth Partle" Wil1 >)0   "fl-
t0 ,l!'lft ��lw raeanure.
FOSTER  ASKS $100,000
DAMAGES OF  GLOBE
Toronto, Feb, 1.���Hon. Oeorge Su.--
Poster, who ciainis $100,000 .amages
from  rue Globe for mi alleged
imi filed a statement of claim-
Foster says that the published allegtt-
Uoni charged him with an Indlctabh
offence and improper conduct, am1 ^
parage, his term In an office of r
trust.
il.cl.
Mr
nubile
ot   nnv   iin/.en-   'net  it wou^^^^^^^^
,_,,���,    ,,..,,,1 was Interested.   The personnel of the
"t;u:M:l-^'v:���- ,��_��__J a^���.^���**,***.
lo certain
assertions made by tho speaker.
���I'I,,.,.,. ���, re many reputable citizens
||.(.iI)1 representing hundreds of
qoUri So long ,.- he was in the
.. would noi iv above receh
Ing Buggectlona from tae ratepayere.
"in".niti ,��� of ervlce, in fact tho Bret
named had positively declined to act
when Invited ai the citizens' meeting.
Further remarks followed which led
Mayor Koar>  to remark "Play fair,"
i Continued mi Page 'I hr e )
Estimates Brought Down
For Public Works in B. C.
A Btatemeni appeared in tn.- press
j - "I'din Ui.u Aid. i ,v ett ha I b ������ n
dismissed from ., ��� Q ci undi lie
provincial governmeii for taking , a I
in , Ivlc politics, in.- being lii con
I s true tion   ,,i.,v .   : "in .i its  madi
bj   Hun.  \\. J. bows, i   in ibe legislature ou I-1 Ida)  i.i.hi.
This statement  -cms to go further|
than the tacts warrant, as no further
Intimation  liaa  be. n   n celved  by  the
alderman since the letter already pub.
Ilshed, which calls for his withdrawal,
ill   the  end  Of  iliiee   tlionills,   lioni  lhe
city council, or reslgni a   ��,f   bis
j office.
Mr. (linen did noi  wish to discuss
the matter when approached last even-
: Ing, saying be had no tui-iiier In forma
i lion.    lie  did  not   ih nk   the  govern
nient would alter the decision already
| announced in his cas.-.
The aci.on of William Thomas
Cooksley against the City of Westminster for damages for personal in-
i'lriv.   was   in aid   yesterday   iu    me
nint) court, aud judgment reserved
by His Honoi Judge How ay.
The case aio.jf uut of nn accident
io Mr. aud Mrs. Cooksley July 7 last,
when In driving home their horse put
hi- hoof in a hole above a box culvert,
a collapsed, and both wen brown
o I eel Injured. The claim was for
$1000 In ih,. case of Mr. Cooksley and
$700 for his wile, the iv uiv being
first heard. A. Whealler appeared foi
ih.- plaintiff, mid W. G. McQuarrie,
cit)   solicitor, for the corporation.
The plaintiff gave evidence of thi
circumstances of the accident, ana
several witnesses spoke to the fee
which were noi questioned. Th-.- cul-
ver! in ques ion n as situate at the
i u ii",'   of   St.   Andrews     nnd     Kil htb
The      - upi   Intendenl      of      woi!   .
Thomas Purness, gave   evidence   fi
: lie   City,   ill  111"   eon:' e of   which     b<
furnished some striking figures of c.k
amount of woi... in the bands of   thi
board of works.   The city had -
miles oi' si li walk . sixty-four to
six  miles of stri ets op. ned,  an 1  6
��� ts like i he one in question.   11
n      atisfactory means of Inspect ���
.    I  be by means of   stripping
mlvorts,  nu  expensive    process,
mi     ������ ond  the un ans of    thi
David   llm nett,  for several j earn
the  employ ol the city,  spoke of    11
lart o   liis dui s  to inspi ci  cul
rl  .   and   h     had   not    notlci  I
,   wrong   >\ Ith I his  one   prli
ihe accident.
Job:!   Sprott,  ui oi Indial  road    u
in   nd in. i , tiled to gi\
evidence  at   to    i he    provii
ice.
inv.   on   thi    subject   wa-     abl}
;       couns.   for the plaintiff. Mr.
��� Mi r submitte 1 thai the onu-   i
on the council    to    proi ids    suit
.,::.,',,        : ml   for   the
M    McQu -���-. ������ i ini'' n led evidence oi
tlvi    .'������ i,: a) . ��� tc, must be
Ion  ol   i he i orporation  I ��� to
an  be held liable, quoting   par-
tli      i lv from   he decision in the ca��.
if O'Conner vs. City of Hamilton.
hi    , ulveri  w here the accl-
hapiiened is not  in the beaten track.
hut  a  little off, Mr.  McQuarrie off< I
in put in ii thi ��� decisions bearing ���
the   responsibilities  of municipalitli
',, i "tiiiii in streets, and it is possil ���
his honor, the solicitors, Superintend-
,.iii Purni      i"1 ilv   city,   and W.   N
��� for plaintiff, may visit th.
before decision i   handed down.
Ottawa, Feb. 1.���British Columbia
[lema ,,���. public works Iii this year's
eBtimates Include votes of $25,000,
public buildings at Penile; $77,500
publ*0 buildings at Ladysmlth; $60.-|
000 public building at Vancouver; $43,-
000 public building at Victoria. A new
voie of $86,000 is Inserted for a quarantine station at Prince Rupert,   The
total vote for public works In lhe pro-
vim.e is $186,600.
For harbors and riven In the province the vote is $TO,r.oo. items are as
follows: Ini|irovonients on Columbia
river, $.0,000; Prnsn* river ship chs
nel, $26,000; general lake and river
,, pairs, $8000; channel from Oknna-
tran to ivic; lakes,    $10,000;
river, $0000;  William's Head quaran-
Um station, V "��� dredging plant   In
British Columbia, $150,000; dredging,
$126,000.
There 'lie    votes of $2006    enell  for
lalarlea of two new Judges In British
Columbia. Messrs, Drake and Wag
horn.
Total estimate! tor ihe next fiscal
year were, tabled this afternoon. They
provide for   o total   expenditure   of
$110,489,776, Of Which $80,078,624 Is
00 consolidated fund account and
$30,411,160 on capital account. Last
year's total estimates were $129,788,-
han-ji-:;. of which $8,416,686 was on consolidated fund. There is therefore ,,
decrease of nineteen ������i!1,1
Ske.na I millions.
Coal   Famine  in  Middle West.
Winnipeg, Peb, l.��� A telegram from
the town of Aberdeen, Sask., on the
Qrand Trunk Pacific, yesterday, said:
"The worst storm of the season Is
raging here and the town Is complete
My out of coal. Traffic also Is blocked.'
11 is believed a number of places
ar(. similarly affected, as the Grand
Trunk Pacific has not run a train over
n portion of Its new line owing tn
snow blockades for three weeks.
Fire   Destroys   Florida   Town.
fORTY-SEVEN GO DOWN
TO A WATERY GRAVE
Wreck of Vessel off Australian Shore Entails Heavy
Loss of Life.
Mel oui ne, Feb. I. Carrying hi
captain nnd torty-sls members of her
ciew to the bottom of the sea,
British steamer Clan Ranald sank to
the bottom la^i night before rescuers
could reach tlie spot. Only eighteen
of the crew were able to escape in
lifeboats,
The vessel was sighted drifting
ashore, but by the time those on lan.
realized thai she was in distress It
was too late to save all aboard. Desperate attempts were made to snatch
from the sinking steamer lhe forty-
-ev.-n who perished. The boat went
down off Kilitliburg.
Pensacola, Pia., Fob. 1.���The town
of Milton, thirty miles east of P.nsa-
i   -quarter j mln, was destroyed by fire today. Txms
| $200,000.
Hundreds Killed By Avalanche.
Ceuta, -Morocco, Peb. 1.���Accoun'.*��
of the recent avalanche at Roniara say
it came during the night timl was preceded hy loud subterranean noise**
which threw tho inhabitants into
panic. A sudden and terrible .��hoc-tt
occurred and huge rocks crashed
down, completely burying the village.
Xorio of the several hundred Inhabit
nnfs had tinin fn escape
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, Feb
1909.
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1 for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- ftc.
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FARM ANIMALS
WORTH $350,000,000
reach
LOST��� Black and   white English
ter   bitch    Return   to   Chapman's j Report   Oil   ValllC   of    Stock
billiard parlors
western provinces, where th,.\
aboui $300 per year for male., aud i v.
for females, In Ontario and Qnebec
the average for males is -about. $210
and  for females $120 per year.
Schooner Sinks in a Storm
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
FOR   SAI_E���Second-hand  Sideboard
$15. Second-hand Box mattress. Kx
tra  large    and   comfortable,    $5.00
Apply Care of Dominion Trust.
N'ew    Orleans,    Feb.    1.���Carrying
and Land in   Dominion Is-; lown the captain and acrew of three
men. the schooner Ramsey sunk in
Lake Pontchartrain during a storm
yesterday, near Little Woods, jja.
sued From Ottawa.
WANTED���Carpenters    am
tors to give figure on carpenter labor on a  six  room  bungalow.    W.
The census and statistics office    at
0   awe a   few days ago Issued a  re-
"port for the year ended December 31,
contrfic-1 i9os, on farm laud values in the Dominion,  the  values of  farm  animal-.
K. Walsh,  Jr.,    Care
Sash and Door Co,
The   Walsh
WANTED���to purchase a good house
for cash from owner. State full
iwrticulars of house and were situated. Address, TS, Care of L, W.
Henderson, City,
LOST���\' ar Sixth ave
street, Irish terrier pup about four
mouths old. Finder will be reward
ed. Notify ihis Office or P. O. Box
192.
apply    .Mrs.
and the averages of farm and dom istic
j wages.
lhe average value of farm land fur
��I
al] the provinces is $35.70 pi i acre, lu
some ot the provinces it is under $30,
oeing $27.30 In Manitoba, $23 in Nova
Scotia, $21.40 iu New Brunswick, $20.4u
In  Saskatchewan    aud $18.20 ,u  A
.    "i     in   Prince  bidward  Islan
������ .Iaiv.vo is $33.70 per .u..-.  in
nue and Eighth  ���'      ��� m 0ntarl�� **'"�� and **-*  '
DOUKHCBORS TO BUY
GRAND FORKS RANCH
Grand Forks, B. C, Feb. 1.���Peter
Veregln the Doukhobor leader, after
spending some time looking over land
in this and neighboring districts, has
taken an option on the Coryell ranch,
two miles west of this city. Tin-
ranch contains 000 acres and the price
is $39,000.
Feb. 11.���Brewster's  .Millions.
F,:,.  13.���Jane  Eyre.
Feb,  23.���Daniel Sully.
Feb. 27.���The  Burgomaster.
March   1.    Kerry   tlow.
March 3.A  Stubborn Cinderella.
March  19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24.���Harry Beresford.
April 2,���Marrying Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28   -The Oiugerbi'eii Man.
Jmi"  10.���Nat Goodwin.
Or J
ers
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'or
Chimney
Sweeping
Telephone 164
Thomas Peters
��� ������**<>���<. ��<>>��������� ��������.>*��.������������ *���**��������������������������������������������� 04<r<>444
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SEE
��� MADE IN
''���ii_IJt_7*.. "g.T-WTCP
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ish Columbia $76.10.    Valu. a an
in  thi   lasi  name'd province owing ;o
, pai al Ivi ,,���    lai gi      extent    of
farm land there in orchard and -mall
fruits.
The .ivvaL,' value of horses at the
' nf the year was $10 for those un-
��� 1 i- "ii- year, $100 for those of one to
WANTED���Da)     wor
Bradbury, P. O .  Ity.
 '������ 'under three years, and $143 for those
,' iTJND-Royal Bank of Canada bank;"' three yean and over. Horses of the
book. Owner can have same byU��u��t class are below an average of
applying at thi. office and paying *120 in Prince Edward Island, Nova
for this advertisement. Scotia   and  Alberta;   In   New   Bruns-
; wh k,  Quebec  and   Ontario   they   are
"   " about $140, and in Manitoba and Sas-
FOUND���Lady',- glove.     Owner apply I katchewan    they are    $170   to   $176.
to this office. Milch cows have an avera ���   value in
  _'""   Dominion   of   $34,   ranging   from
I $29 in Prince Edward Island and New
WANTED���Position    by   experienced Brunswick to $36 In Ontario and $37
lady  stenographer.    Accustomed  to  i:.  Saskatchewan;   bu: in  British   Co-
I Through Our SHUR-ON EYE-:
1 GLASSES. |
THEY WILL  PLEASE YOU.
law work.    Apply A. B., this office.
1'OUND���Purm.: containing sum of
money, etc.; owner can receive
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement Apply
David Saund-i'.-, corner of Columbia
and Knox st roe's, Sappertou.
TO RENT���One large furnished bed
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones, Rent reasonable.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
lumbla  the    average  is    $48.    Other
horned  cattle have an average  value
over  the  Dominion of $9  for    those
under on,   year, $21  for those of one
to under three year   and $22 for those
of three years and over.   These averages are generally close foi    '.1  the
provinces, but the highest valu s are
given   for Ontario  and   th<      Western
provinces.
The average value of swine Is
. $5 86 per 100 pounds
.   ; lower  In  Manitoba,  Saskatche-
-������ ���������"��� w*an and Alberta, and highest tn Que-
WANTED���A nurse girl;  services re   bee,   Ontario  and     British   Columbia.
quired from !  to '6 p.m.    Mrs. Dr.,Sheep a
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Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLE1T CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl'.
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"WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOIint
Vancouver Power
Company. Limited
NOllCE U  hereby  _     ���
weeks  after  date appli,      .
made to the Lieutenant
Council   by    the    Vancouver  p   *
Company, Limited, tor B :,.
tiiicate of Approval or
dot-taking in the ma
struction of a dam at tht
gultlam  Lake in  the  j,
Westminster.
The works intend.-i
en   by  tin
�� un.
con.
- ot Co.
��1 Ne��
mderUfc
construe!    D     ,  ���_, w|,
dam and in couuecll .,.,,,
' l-l ate
tho   following:
The erection of a h-
tilled dam about  650 fe I
with a crest width of :r
.
a thickness at the
RY ALL'S
DRLG
STORE
Eyes tested free and all optical   work  guaranteed.
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NOTICE.
Jones, Royal avenue.
w E STM1 N S TER EMPLOYMEN 1'
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia s'reet, Phone 306. P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch ofTlce, 107 Cordova
street west, P'.ione A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home Paoer
$5.23 pi r head for ihe Dominion, and
are below the averai    In the M iritin*
provinces, Que ec and Saskatchewan
The  ;, mi   ralue  of    farm    animals
iu       on thi   former aver iges and
thi   numbei   of animal-; on  farms  In
'    ���   ,..,   $i .,. 'i.ovi The June price
of woi . the  Dominion   was   ISc
I .-���'��� pound.
The average wages of farm and domestic help for the Dominion per
month was $24.60 for male, and $13.50
for females, and per year, $209 for
and $130 for females The highest   .;���,-: i ��� i  are    reported    for    the
NUMBER  1768
Wins  THE
GOLD WATCH
\T THE
Great   Bankrupt  Sale
Notice is hereby given that, the partnership heretofore subsisting between
Joseph Mayers and Neville Rogers
Preston carrying on business as coal
merchants and general towing business at the City of New Westminster,
ivlnce of British Columbia.
under the Brm name of Mayers and
Preston has -een dissolved by mutual
consent ... of the first day of Feb-
ruary 1909, The business heretofore
carrii I . :. .��� the said firm of Mayers
ni.,, i reston will now be carried on
,.. said Joseph May.".-.- and all
s owing to the said partnership
are      ��� aid at once to the said
-      .      -.-. , , i   Ww   Westminster
-.vie,   and   all   claims   against   the
said   partnership  are to be presented
to the said Joseph Mayers by whom
the same will be settled.
Dated  at   New   Westminster, B.   C,
1st day of February, A. D.. 1909.
NEVILLE R PRESTON
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Witness:   C. W. D. CLARE-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
jFish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^!2. New Westminster
*���,
'   leagt-,
and
������ !;���
J feet at the upper end oi   ���,. ma,
; per channel; the dam to be of asllj.
j cient heighl to raise
I Coquitlam  lake  bj   a ,.
spillway channel to I ,���*
| feet   wide, 12 feet de. p ���
surplus water.
AikI all such neci
cii works  thai ma;
fully and  effi ctua
complete the aforesai ...
taking.
It Is intended to Instal
crete   pipe  ex: m lii
stream   toe  of  the   dam  up .      -.
lake for a distance ���   ; K?
with  the  City  of  New \v
and to erect a tower I     thi        ���
screens  at  thi   ������ ���, _ j
from this toe to cai ��� I Inch can-
iron pipe Burrounded  ������ ��� ����� i
i d " ,' trench und": m
a connection with thi
New  Westminster.
The area  which will  be I
the raising of the water leve]
acres, of which the commei  iivilw
would not exceed $1 00 an  i    .:.:
I the   approximate    ��� s tin it.    | tbe
j quantity  of  timber   on this
ai ".i would not exc    I 1500
i per acre.
It  is   proposed  thai
' presi nt  recorded    bj
! from Lake Coquitlam
Buntzen be utllizi d
power   required  to  i
Lurther undertaking   il  i
and also  under th
ivatei      o t<   be i   i
ecution of the afoi
:vl
:?��:i|
iNOTICE.
The holder of this number will
please call at the Vanci iuver Sales
Co. and receive same.
Bank of iVIontreai
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  114,400,000.00
RcSERVE       111,000,000.00
Sranctie* throiib'ho;i'. Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spoua ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac Ud.
.etters of Credit Untied, available wl U. correspondents lu all Darts of the
World.
tavlngt Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 &__ upwards,
and In' crest allowed at 3 per Oeni   .   r annum (present rate),
Total Ai-sets over ;16X,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNBR, Managor
THE      BURRARD      WESTMINSTER
BOUNDARY  RAILWAY  AND
NAVIGATION  COMPANY
wlll apply to the Parliament of Canada at Its next session for an Act e;
ending  the  time within   which    the
Company  may  commence'and   com-
plete the Hailway the construction ot
which   wa.-,  authorized   by   the   Company's    Act of    Incorporation    being
Chapter 68 of the Statutes of Canada
LOOT, and to authorise tbe Compan>
to enter Into    any    agreement    v. vi
the Vancouver, Westminster and  Ku
kon   Railway  Company which l_ au
loriz  t       Section 361 of tb��   'Kail-
and tor other puri/^ses, and
lorislng   the    cons'1".' .on    of    a
branch line fronl a ;,i:i'u in the main
Ine  authorised   b.v -lause (c) of  aub-
section 8 of the company's. Act of In-
:-e  ce in an easterly and
���     '     ...   direction by the  most  feas-
v  : through  Yale,  Llllooet ana
Cariboo   Ustrlcte to the most convenient point where a junction   can   be
mad    with the branch line    of    the
iuver, Westminster    and    Yukon
Railway  which  runs from  the    main
of said Railway easterly to Edmonton,
Dated at Vancouver, B. C, December
!W8.
TOPPER & GRIFFIN,
Solicitors for Applicant.
Q  taking    bad ! ,��� ii'.:
Accounts of Organizations
Church Societies, Fraternal Organizations, Clubs, Tradi Unions
and Business Associations wlll find it convenient and desirabli to
have surplus funds in a Savings Account, subject to the control of
two or more ofticers.
We make a specialty of this class of business.
CONSULT  WITH   US TODAY   and   we  will   be   pleased    i
full details explaining our system.
���iv,
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
F.  B. LYLE,  Manager.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne, R. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   "      "
Terminal $vS.50   "     M
McQuarrie& Co>-__-_-_,AX" '���''-'���" me^hants.
FRONT  STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone ,���_
tion of  and   th.
undertakings  of  thi   -   ������
ousl)   hereto approi   I       '      '������ |
of Approval of tbi   L I
��� ii In Council, and
of Approval of whl,;. d ���   ���
given do so provldi
Th- estimated cost of th 1
Ing is about $.00,000.
The Power Company will have i II
: subscribed  before   It i "1
j constructions of  the ' "'
dertaklng and works ores        ���-���I
of the powers in that behalf ���   "|
! by the Water Clau ���      i oasolld-lj
Act 1897 Part IV, one thousand (l-j|
shares bf one dollar ($1  ��0)
the further amount ol
od�� to  fully complete thi       ;   ""j
Laking will be provl I.   ..- a l"an ,,fcl|
hundred and ninety-nine :!i"ii-ar'
lara ($109,000)  to he   madi
British    Columbia    Electric I
Comi��any, Limited, to th
���    I
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route ||M   .
conrad, carcross, atun, Westminster Woodworking Co
1 i'i HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR- ���'""inUil.l.lJ   WU.
BANK AND STORE FITTERS
A little Good Coal
makes a bg, hot lire when a lot
of poor coal senda out ro heat
at all. it is economical to buy
our coal, because it i, cL-aii,
goes farthest, make�� most heat
leaves very little ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grades. We deliver it to any
part of the city. Full We'gn*
always. Telephone your order
to us.
pany to be secured bj  Mortgagei
of  th,   Power  Comp 1":
or decimal currencj
or  by  such other   : "
may be agreed u] on I
I parties.
The time within
] iher capital of one
I ($1,000)  is to !
mom!), from the
'. certificate of appro\ 1  1 l
1 ink,' and  works.
The  Bald underl
I are to he coniiii	
ation of iln",' month       m ''
of obtaining a certl I
to the same and th        ��� I
he In operation within 11       '     P
date of commencemi   I      l**e ;"'"'VI
And upon such appl 1    l"n :':1 J
rs tn ���"���'a
,.i;     ll'-'
. wlll
I     GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.     |
f.
Willi
BANKS, Daily trains (except Sunday)
Ing passengers, mall, express and
.    connect   with  stages  at  Car
1 id  White Horse, maintaining
���Ugh  winter service.
formation apply to
r  H  ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantle-, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. ,nd Car Line
Phon- 473.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenus and Qlackie Street.
usual and  necessar)
and effectually carry
proposed further undei
applied   for. , i
Dated at the City of Va��couj*jj
the Province of British r,]'"n\l)i
24th day of December,  \  "     ^
VANCOUVER    POWEI.
LTD.
1?   H. Sperling, ''������ '���
il M'r'lf''
lapanese Employmeji^l
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   H��m
FurniPhril ,
McNEEi-EV ST I
C
,    !
COLUMBIA    and
NEW   WESTMIN-l> "���   B
ti O 80
Ohone  431- TUESDAY, FEB, 2, IN..
THE DAILY NEWS.
TACE THREE.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Colum.ia r"oa_t '_ln��
Bervice.
nop��"
A'.;
Home
even
lands
0��    canaa:--M
stead   Regulations
North-*... T,ME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    S_/
TTLE
"Water Clauses Consolidation
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts."
numbered section of ^
In
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
S.S,   Princess   Victoria  leaves  \au-
Strong Indictment of
City's Engineering
Railways   to   Melville.
H'
. ti om Page One. I
Vancouver  Power   Co.. Ltd.
Manitoba, Saskatch-1   ouyer   |(J p>  ^ gQlng direct lQ ge.
rta, excepting - and 26�� (attl�� daily excepi  .Monday
be homesteaded by :    s s   pr,nce     R(jya. ^^ X.MCU]1_
.,  al  9 a. m. for Victoria daily, except  Wedn.   day.
S. S. Prlncei    Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 1 p. m. daily for Victoria.
minion
'*ja nny
��ot rtsof whTis the sole head of a I
ma]e over 18 years ol
lai"15'0     ..;���,���t or one-quarter sec-!
Notice of Application for Further Certificate   of   Approval.
Nacres, mure or less.
lion11' ,       eutry      must	
AI,'11LU.   1,   '.,v  the  applicant  at   WESTMINSTER.VICTORIA    ROUTE
sub- ,     S.S.  Trader will leave  Victoria for
New Westmin teti  every Tuesday.
Leaves New  Westminster on Wed-
���p ui person  hy   the
n,,dl     -an hands Agency    or
which the
|, Domini
for the district In
Entry by proxy may,
made at an agency on j netl_uy
by the father moth-
c��tainC      ���    brother or sister of |
Ier, son,
daughter,
���ader
|an intending bomeste
l����'   , ,,��� is required to
ead duties under one
i e i'
ii.'
.      the houieste
Lihe following >,laus
W ;t 8lx ...oaths' residence
; ,.,,n���n  of  the land   In
I three years.
Itdd' ' "J,:;,"",').',   may,   if   he   mi
Laires, perform the    required    resi-
.   Hying  on    farming,
i ...'  ui extent, in
than ���   ��� . ���,,
,  homestead
nersbip In land  will
Joint
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tee��
Leaves Victoria   11   p.m.    1st,   inland ilOth of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
porta; 20th of each mouth for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scot: aud way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. fi. Joan
Leaves   Vancou ve,*  1:30   p.m. dally,
Leaves   Nana mo at
7 a, ml^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SKAGWAY   ROUTE,
not  meet this ��� Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN   B.  C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Beatrice   leaves  V.-.ncouver Jan.a,
19th;  Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves   Vancouver
Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP  RIVER
-leaver���
From    New    Wi   I ;. Monday
bis own residence duties  by   Wedni sdaj  and
r ,   (or mother). From Chilliwack Tui   '
. icinlty" In thi   * ���������     md Satin lay at 7 am.
���graphs  Is   defined ���	
I   ,    reservations   aud   mi
ml  in   address
F.n   GOTTI.1  r.
Agent,  New Westminster
'-.;.'
-,aat, Qen.  Pass   Agent, V inrouver
ther (or mother, if the
i.u,
[������:.   men
I   If the ^^^^^^^^^^^^
., : imestea lei
. nee ou  farming
F idy  by   him.   noi    i
In  exti nt,  in
,  ne ivid, oi' up-
��� i  for I y him
bomestea Ier i
*mIi  niii'   ���     ���
:,.u supplement-
-u-'    ' .    ,    the 24th  day  Ol
j, lhat, two weeks alter
,|:' ,'. l]   v    made    when
application .     ���,jL. in pursuance    to
aid 24th day of De- j
1' " '     ; u  a further certificate
ul approval ��� to ��� Included in the one
certifli , ,,,;,!,  ,,f itg further
undi i! ,,.,,,, |n   .,,. D1 ���;,.,. 0f the <-on-
"ii -I"!      i ration nf a single or
double   ira. :,     from  a   point
, at or n,-ai tin New We tmlnster junc-
j tion of the Canadian Pacific railway
i where the line to the City of
New Westmin ������; branches off io the
City oi N-w ',',. tmlnster to a point
at or iieai the outherly end of Lake
Coquitlam, ��� _ the necessary sidetracks and turuou and branches for
'li"   I'ii - age   j.  ��� '��� ams,  carriages
i and  other \- hii le     adapted    to    the
ami and to bul Igi    and exercise
anj ei the powi i   ..   .- et forth In .-1'1
tion % of ;li   Wati r Clai        Consoll-
latiou   Ac ,   ; ��� '7.     . h     mongst    all
to  which   Vld, Johnston  retorted that
ae Wo ..,,.  0f ,|1(, council whi a
'"' " to jilay fair.
1" matter concluded with a remark from Aid. Qray: "1 did not
think ;;,, citizens intended io insult
tne CO i), but tonight the council
has ii. ulted the citizens."
Strong  Letter.
A I" ��� ; was read from ihe city
survejoi and engineer (A. J. Hill)
whii h was as follows:
Gentlemen,���My service of your
council at this date has reached a
term of about lifteen years, during
which time I have endeavored faithfully, and I think efficiently, to discharge the duties devolving upon me
in the city's employ.
liuring ihe whole of this period 1
have furnished my entire outfit of Held
and office instruments and most of the
office supply���a requirement as fai as
1 know never before imposed on a
like official by any city in Cana la. lu
uddition I have been forced to provide office rent, fuel, and lighl free
to the council and to perform m*.
duties ai laborer's wages aud tinder
humiliating conditions that uu other
professional man In the Domic on, in-
tluenced onl-, by pecunia j moi Ives,
tvou i think ni accepting.
The consideration    that 1 hav.     re
well
.Melville, Susk., Feb. 1.���According
.<j telegraphic advic. ec Ived from
Montreal, _,dson .,. ' hamberlain, ihe
new Vice-President and Genera] Manager oi the Grand Trunk Pacific it. R.,
will arrive here early in February ou
a trip of inspection.
While in Melville h" wlll attend io
several minor details in connection
with the two branch lines to be built
from this town early in ;i present
y,ar. it Is expected an early start
will be made on the hranch running
northwards to Hudson's Bay, via
Vorkton, and shortly afterwards construction will start, on the line to
Regina. As far as these line's run
within the province they will be subsidized io the extern of $15,000 per
mil.-, ih, Saskati hew in parliament
having recently passed legislation to
this effect From Regina the southerly brahch will be extended to North
Portal, <m the boundary of North Dakota, where several American lines
will make connections with the Grand
Trunk Pacific. This will give Melville
dii - "i conned ion with the United
States and by ths line a large number!
of American home-seekers will Invade
the country annually, coming as far
as Melville to scatter throughout the
country on the various branch lines.
At MOREY'S
A Splendid line of First
Class Stationery -Pa-
peteries.
Pads and Envelopes
in Eaton-Hurlbut's best
grades.
AT Morey's
BIG BOUK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
QOOKSLEY'S
: Pict
ure
I
"kuemJ
ive
rossi d
.,' thi
.:.
Intend a g
tice     itles
. -.    ���.-. hile    ."ing
its       ���      rniing lai I ovi
otlfy the agi   I
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Union l. i ittawa, of Intei - ��� n
ply fo
.  . CORY.
-. r of the lr terlor
other powers :      no woi   I    take, tran-:
__���_____���_____________________
eni   ca :.. engers    and    ore,  ceivi I     during    my   servici
��� al    and |ion   I he  tram- km    u to mo    of you :
lower of animal - ...  .   i   eni   fun lu    ttliu
.- or other      , u     ,, e.-i, ov-     :. ,
in] inj    ma o\    iltii    chequ
I   .:,   N'0\    ll
ii all    th      u addition to i
'        Ll*a     10    fill J.|      ;,.,���     ,,.;,,        ,   ���      ,[,,
'he     -v. I      loted  to  thi       am
will   he  .,r, ;     (acitlj    approved    by  i ,
mulcted of an  a -
isal  ol   . our foreman  to c<
' li" i xpi nditui vn on No-
.
...  W. TROOP
General Super-ctMident vietorlt.
���'
ii ual   -iii I     '   ���
ind   ���
���   ';J	
d for.
Dai, i      ���     Cl       ( Vnncouvi
tlie Provinci imbia, th,
iv of Ja 19 19.
VANCOUVER  POWER   CO..   LTD.
It. i:    Ipi .   v   il ma
Sent J)n Approval
To Responsible People
(UuniAiFw
Laughlin j��|
FOUNTAIN PEN t
and
i RED GEM H
B��e InK Pencil
Your Choice
POST CARDS
ARE NOW   ON   SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia  Street
NOTICE.
*Q:
Tender for Supplies.
In -s.'d to the uu-
i estmlnster, li. C
��� nvelope
.'. 11] be rei
the thirtieth daj
:    supplying
"ins, m ai , coal
i quired tor tl
ol Public Woi.
-,' it. C, until Man n
I,!" ilshed  mu t be    I
f' I their several kinds
���' v, d at the Qovern-
s'ew   Westminster,   or  runnlni
NOTIi I.   is   1 '     :,
i wil ad      ���   ..-   i   ucou-
,.
ompai     ti Pi Can
Session f< .ct ti
.
.
Stat-j
utes o    ' " .. d \ il.
foil
(a)    From a .    nt on I hi
letwi en And. rs       . ��� Green lake
running along oi  near  Lilloo.     Lake
ii t River a      Ha I <aki, an i
otithe:        ly to a point on Uie
latlonal bi >un lary line, at oi neai
the tow n of Huntingdon, In    hi   Pro
vince of British Colum   a
'  :   ���  ti a  polni on the m tin llhi
. ii Llllooet an I Qui m< I, i
in  an ea terly  direction   through  the
iei   bill,  although  this    rt-rj     ex
:   ure   was   Inc
��� .     nee  an,i    in li own     mpei
Thi            .
Aii   Hi ii ��� an : vs.      ., ���      ilso
. , ud attempted coo
irance leai to         de-
the  . .     im    inci       1
B. c. I UrKe thai  this inj reel ified al
..   j,   h. :������ .    ,   thai   1   thi    in     ' tirlit SI   P�� iible  '
��� :. V.. Mei E die C -' '   "'������'���' i" :
NOTICE.
Of Application for Wha't and Marine '-
Slip Site on the North Arm of the ''
Fraser River at New Westminster,       Fader
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Contractor, done for the city has uniformly b
ti
Excellency th    exceedingly small, il not ai an       tal
.���    - ii.  ''
'111
Governoi   ..  louncil,   l'or  the  approva .  and  this  repudial   in ol            i-
ii ,. , ��� rta :, . Iti   ��� ii   the construction ���    ,,:���,-,-    me  to ad ������        $250
of a wharf and marine slip situate on o           city's u                            in nil
th   noi               of Lulu Island on the for lhe favor.
>P
North Arm i the Fra ��� River, havi I
ivith the Honorable the
Mini tei i i Public Woi ks at Ottawa,
plau of said wha :' an I slip way
which l propose to construct on kind;
coven '. v. Ith n ati i. Ij inu noi th of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of I il V" of lot
7."'7, group one Ne~ Westminster District, n   <���!',
\.i i  now. gentleun ii of th.   co iii"il.
.- i 'ini;   i!   lo   your   Ben ��� 131 ice
mtlnued mi l'
Eis
-,  ���    : i ,;. Irv lliii j,���n ft ���a,
���    ...   '..,..-1, i   ���   . ��� I
a 1 ��� II. -   a:.,, lu llinu j���ii ci,
. I   :   MINI-.E 1IMI3 111,- .,,,.
I      ,    *���      ..',',. ....    [i   .
t       ,    :,,   ,1 a .., \, f
iu $1      Iir it.
,     on i_n fi our fai
- if,    ,,,a ink 1
u.   ......    i       Iti     ���,] 1.   I, ,
... , I    i;,    ai.v    |   ...,
;..,.. i or ihopi    .v.   writ.,
any   ft, ...  v l i
���,     -1 ri n i-1   fW,l,   Irtdiar,
i    : i i     .'-���.] vuleanl .-1 , '' ���
i ���  a ���atta  flnllh      Ral.
��� \. rr-a-h. n   i " r ID '"      Aic.nl
,. .��� ���       ii',.,. f,,r tan       u. I,
ll you tonal
|* Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
2^5    W-'estic Bldg ,
Detroit. Mi").
v     -      :         o a p the pro] .���    ;     ii        cribed  by nn ti -
i ���      Jaum   Cache; and  bound . an I               o d< pi    ti I
(c)  From a point on the main line a  t-,,,,ij,;,���    ..     ach in th- office   ol
. ,,i the Cottonwood  and   Willow, the  1;,,,, ,.   i,,,,^  ;,,,-  ,|,,.       ,i
innin      outh easte   -   to    Bat - itl ..M,.: ,,. \   ,,   .,\.   tn  nster, in which
I , i ,,!'��� . District  th" wo k       proposed lo   be
i,l)  From  i  point on the man line constructed;   in  accordance  with  the
ln  British Columbia on  Willow river, requirement*- o�� Section    7    of    the
isterly to the  Fraser river, ������xavivih'"   Waters   Protection   Act,"
thi ' , ��� iiioiii
the Frasi r river to '.'��� te ,-,,,, n.-, \\ < _   i 00
torm of t-:
���  erve. the right
' ��� pan of any ten-
r,
,
I
luster,] ' "���tit.ri until thi   13th daj of July, 191*,|ASK Till
ting thia advertisement   ind    authorizing     the      Vancouver,
on,    the depart-  Weatmin-ter and Yukon Railway Com-    .q-jj NORTHWESTERN LINE"
b,  paid for it. pany, subject  to the    provisions   of
..ns  tend.',- wiil noi   Sections 361, 362 and 363 of tho Rail- E
Jaune each.-, thence through thi  Yellow H.ad rass, thence by the    most
J convenieni  route to Edmonton;
l be obtained at'    Until thi 13th day of July, 1912, and
idenl engineer, De-  to extend the           ������    Bnl hing and
. New \v> .-i-  putting the i aid   iranc. Ilni    li  '
Dated i i   V w  Westminster,  It. C
ibis 30th day o in      A. D. 1909
i:   MERCER
WHEN  GOING EAST
t -.,
ticket agent
tu *1':nd you
OVER
'���
I
I
Into
".:
ur-
dii v
ted. way  Act of Canada,    to    enter
I   v KEEPER, -enienta  with  the Burrard  West
Resident Engineer,   'jmlnster Boundary Railway and Navi
[Departmenl ,,:  i-ntjlic Works, NOTClgatlon Company tor any of the
B. c. Januarv is, 1909 Iposes specified In said Bection 36
Daied at  Vancouver this    24t_
of December, 1908,
MARTIN, CRAIG, BOURNE   fl " \V
ii:, Granville street, Vancouver,
B. c.
Solicitors for the Vancouver  West
minster and Yukon Railway Co,
j   I la v
BETWEEN
ill    lhe    Yi
Minneapolis, St. Paul   |
and Chicago
tiii:
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.
Advertise  in ihe
LTH
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
Notice      is
partnership
_>_t    i .���___*��- ob-m, _, t_i
fSSffi ic flra.ricait.
ri"'1"""'im ",,.7;;'-r"l'kly* "-ww&���
i,T,'"" ��� -.'������ M.   ,       J"u"'��l.    Ttiriii!. lor
MlIU j'l"           ���""wilt  sow b>
tWI'ell
11-
hereby   given   thai   ""���
heretofore      existing   '""
undersigned,   ""ll
ih
Embodies the newest and beM ideas
,,',, COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY, it la lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
|y Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment  ears.  Standard  10  section sleep.
,,,'s,   luxurious dining cur,    reclining
chair cars   (seats  free),  modern day j
���'lice 'Phone  183.      Ham 'Phone  137
Columbia Street
Baggage   dellv rea   promptly     *
any part of tne city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
Ta  ���   notice that H. J, McQuarrle, ol
New Westminster,   B, ''., occupation,
Ic  railway   manager, i:.--nds  to
[or ;,- rmls lion  to purchase the
iwlng described landa in the dls-
of New Westmnister:
Commencing    tt  a  |>ost  planted   ..',
I tli"      uthwesl     i ii a-     of   li
thence east to northwest cdrnt r ��� . loi
1362, thence south to southwi  I        ���
of ha  997, thence southerly, west ���
(, and  norherly to point   of comi
j ment,  containing    00  acres i
ss.
DANIEL JOHN McQD \RRIE,
Per JOHN F. liAGOS.
'.  ��� ������
Dated  Deci mber 19th. 1908
Trains & Steamers
1T PAVS TO  ADVERTISE
I.N
D  A  '   L  Y NEW
ni"lst"'s Home  Paper.
 L, I   ciache- and buffet, library and smoking    as    Tin-      Westminster     ^'m'\
working Company, has this   day '"'
dissolved    hy    mutual     con eni
T. Rhodes retiring.    All ,l,'btn " ""^1
tobepahl F.W.PARKER,
ill  claims
I'".""Tr". T-"iV'lV.'.���-.hln are IO be
| .Irs'l
eenjInB <'-'lffl     ^^^^^^^^^^
p. I    For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or  any
owing further Information call on or write
id the said partnership ai
to   James   Brookes,   and
���alMt lh" said partnership an
We-.t
presented to the sal/1 Jame   BrooJ^
by  whom  the same will    '"'
Daied at New Wesdninl'    '!
day of January, 1909.
JAMES BROOKE8
DANIEL T. RHODES
Witness:   C   HAMRKR
720 Second Avenue, Seattle  Wash
ud'MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Momincj  Paper.
Leave     New     Westminster       .L'ti
11:20, 15 20, 17:42 and 22.
Arrive at New  Westminster   I
12:25, 16.27,  18:45 and 2:1.
J HEAT NORTH ER.N  RAILWAY
' Lv, N.W, 9:15 a.m.; ar. Si attic      ���   :
Lv. N, \V. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.n
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattie 7:1-
! a.m.
' Lv. Seattle S: 10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 j a
Lv. Seat'tli   1:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:li
p.m.
' Lv. Seattle ll :30 p.m, ar. N, \7, ���: it
j a, m.
G. N. R.-IORT GUICHON.
No. 397    leaves   New  WeatmlaiU
3.50  p.m., arrive Gulchon 6 p.m. Frl-
days; also connections by 10 10 a.m
except New Westminster Tuesda*
' I ��� 35 Thursday,
Leave Hulchon C:1!0 a.m., ar.- v- N-w
Wi ivi.-ter S:45 Fridays; also con-
nectlons by J p.m. except Gulchon
Tuesday and 0 a.m. Thursday.
Lv, N. W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., an.) �� 56
li m. for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. ard
li:30 p.m, for Westminster,
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVBR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50. 6 20
fit.'.O, 7:20 and S a.m., and every bti.T
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster tt
F,:,r,0, 0:50, 7:20 and half hourly OU
11:80 p.m.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
era
Winn sending for friends in the old
country by buying tickets at thin
office you will save money and pr- *, ��� ni
delay.
Eastbound Smpresi sails from Bt.
John I'.'i 12 and 20. Call for | ir
tieillars.
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PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY, RES
2. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
.   the governanc   of  our
I  remember
Published by tbe Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
Hairs should
that great nations and
great empires only live as long as they
are thrifty, and, though J do not pretend to preach thrift from any exalted
standpoint, I  do  beg those who    are
elatt.r.   Large cracks were made I Everything  you   need  for the   Family
v :-re
In bulldin
structures.
housi s and
damage.
Professors Howard T. Raines
through the strain to f
Beyond  the    cracks    in
id-walks there was    little
Dinner at
C.  A.
Paige Managing   Director
-*"*V_I��� __J?a,
iidViLT-ABrO
present and those outside these walls Cox and C. McLeod, of McOlli,
John
gave
The Moody Park Store
TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 1909.
whom my words may reach to remember that thrift i.s the surest and
strongest foundation ol our empire, so
sui", so strong, and so necessary that
no great empire can long exist that
disregards it."
REFORM OF THE SENATE.
The  reform of an  Upper  House is
always a difficult matter  because    it
represents vested interests, and in fact
comes into being lor the purpose
checking legislation    passed    by    the
lower assembly.
it has generally been felt the Senate
of Canada was loo cumberous a body
for  its  permanency,    und    conditions
have  v.-ry   much  changed  since    the
Jfritrsh North America Act was passed,
air Wilfrid Laurier has long advocated;
remodelling the Senate upon a basis ���
of equal representation l'or every Pro-j
.,, , , ��� ���   ,���, ,, o'clock sharp. Business of importune
vtnce, without regard to area or popu-i
jation. This would follow the practice
of Australia, where the smaller stati s
refused to come inlo confederation
without a guarantee of equal senatorial representation, six being elect ,|
from each origin.;! state, also In the
United States two are chosen by tin-
Earthquake   Felt  in  Montreal.
.Montreal, Feb. 1.���Three distinct
t- shocks of earthquake were felt last
night, the first at 11:HO, the second at
11: 15 and the most severe at 3:20 a.m.
People were awakened all over the
city  and  heard  the dishes and glass-
scientiflc confirmation of the shocks
describing them as a reaction of :
world-wid,  disturbance.
"GET THE  HABIT'
School Children,
Three for Five
WHAT?
f. o. E.
New Westminster Aerie  No. 20.
Ail members are requested to attend
meeting    tonight,    Feb.  L', at. eight
Also social evening.
By order,
J.   N.  A1TCH1SON,
Worthy  President.
H   SCHOFIELD,
Seeretarv
Also���
i
,   Butter, 3 lbs, for $1.00, and a full as-
,' sortmeut of Seasonable Goods.
i
W.  H.  SMITH,  Proprietor
Corner Sixth   Av*   and  Tenth   St.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Why. three Plain Scribblers _iiard biock. New Westminster, b c
for "
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. 0.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Suits made to order. Perfect tii
guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Cloth
of the  best quality.
Begbie Street.
Opposite  Windsor  Hotel,
What do you
know about
Sweater Coats?
Today only, at
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
Nothing?
Well, try one, and know
what comfort is.
Everyone wears one, why
not you?
New lines just to hand,
$2.25 to $4.50 the coat.
ate legislatures. .    ��l_________8_-3 "     _���\{:..������';.���_��� ��� :���,   r- -r, ���J^WKL^WEm^3>i^X4%WmH!ms\Wm
A change in the  existing    practice
NOTICE.
would mean that the West would get
Increased representation, and this
would in itself be an advance.
The scheme of reform suggested by
the Hon. It. W. Scott, who has been
for so many years a member of the
Senate, is drastic In its nature, 11"
proposes to elect two-thirds of tli"
Senate by popular vote, and have the
< holce of one-third in the hands of
the Government, imposing a penalty
mi the electors who refrain from
exercising the franchise.
Mr, Scott, having been a member
of two cabinets, and for over thirty
years a senator himself is in a position to advise the Government on a
question of this kind. By leaving one-
third of the members of the Senate
to be nominated by the party tn power
ii retains in the hands of the Government the control of the Upper House,
and affords means to reward faithful
political service such as the honorable
senator himself has given to the service of ihe countrj as Secretarj of
State. Tho chief difficulty Sir Wilfrid
Laurier will be faced with is the disposal of the members of the Senate
who will be displaci d bj a refor
ich changes are inevitable as a country develops. There are now enough
Provinces in the Dominion to enable
Hi.. Premier to form a substantial
Senate by adopting the Australian
ie.od.1. The matter will doubtless be
taken in hand during tht liTc of the
present ministry,
ON THE
CAR LINE
Large Buildin
$100 and $125 Each
$25.00 cash, balance monthly.
We are offering these lots fi ��� a f< w days at special prices and on
easy terms. They are situate on the Sixth street car line on the hill,
commanding a fin<   view and require   but   very   little  clearing.
Twenty-five dollars down and $10.00 per mouth for eight month-
will give you a site l'or one of the nicest homes around New Westminster, ;
For $50.00 down you can secure a choice double comer on the
trim line. V
This Is worth looking into. CaV. on us and we will be pleased to
show you the property.
White, Shiles& Co.
Take notice that 1.  C,  W.  Preston,
I Of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, intend to
I apply to the Honorable Chief Commis-
iloner  of  Lands and   Works    for    a
'twenty-one year grazing lease on   the,
following described  land:    Commencing at a  !<..->;  on the .-a.-t    shore   of
i Zayas   Island.   Port   Simpson  district.
about a mile south of the mouth   of
Lake  creek,  thence  west across    the
I island to the shore, thence following
the  shore    northerly,    easterly    and
southerly to the point of   coramenci
ment,
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island. Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No, 1 lease,
thence west across the Island to thi
shore, thence following the shore
southi ply, easterly anil northely
around to the point of commencement.
C. W, PRESTOaV.
Jan. 28, 1909.
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
I
209--211  Columbia  Street
Columbia   Ct..   New   Westminster.
r ���.LTJSW!
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
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PLEA FOR  THRIFT.
When Lord Roscberj    peaKs he
ways  leaves behind    suggestions
very  great  value, not   men ly  to
audience, bul  lo the wider world beyond,    At  the annual  meeting of the
Edinburgh Savings Hank be took the
opportunity to point to the proverbial
ihrifi of the   Scottish   peasantry   as
one of the causes   of    their    success
throughout the world.    Yet the Scoti
arc not as thrifty as they used to be
and perhaps it Is that periods of thrift
an- those of trial rather than the days
ot sunshlii" and prosperity.
People today, particularly In this
western laud, are noi careful, and live
too much tor the present, Wages an
high, but employment Is also Inter-
i iii,iii, ami there conn - a da> ��hi -.,
business takes a had nun, when
energy will not readily revive, and ,;.
daya of darkness come upon a man
"luiost unaware.
The e_ Premier ... Ureal ll Its
drew- a lesson from the Btorj of the
Influence of thrll on Impi rlali md
.showed how ad gruai empires have
been built upou the avlng charm er-
i Icb Ol their p< oplc. From the
crushing blow ol 1870 France re overed
by   'he   industry   of   Its   pooler  people,
and the heavy Indemnity exacted   by
Germany was paid off long before any
one anticipated.    The people of Noi
way are famous tor their thrift,   and|
though  Norway   pl lys   little   , ar|    In
world politics there  are unknown  in
nun northern clime the vicissitudes ot i
finance to which even this vast  con
tinent Is subject
around us, and it Is a common sayingI
that thousands ol  our i r could be
fed by the waste of the rich    it Is by
waste thai neailj al] our cities suffer
from  water shortage!   each year, and
in lid . \,. il tor ��� il pi o\ me.   ibe ". .i ti
, i|  I ne wood, |> a i rim
��� ie Increasing ih h
-vials.
Thrift  makes  foi   strong < haracti r, i
<��� 11.i; ind- peiidim      and   stri ngth,
and  ih serve-  tho encouragement    "',.-*-
: ii who wish well to   the   common   V*n
��� oalth,     \ i Lord  Ro-ebery -ays:    ' I
do think U wise thai thus., who hav,.
Tan
hoes
m
S3
ft
ft
Waste we see all FM
S3
i nal  ti lly   v.!'..   jVj
for   woo.] I'l'i-'Hj!
EH
KJ For men's winter foot protection we call special at- Bj
S3 tention to  our High   Cut  Blucher   (laced) Grain- u
j&j leather Tan Shoes.    This particular tan leather is S
tjj practically waterproof in itself, but is further viscol- S
tjj ized in anticipation of the service the shoes are to jjj! I ���
jlj perform.    The construction of these shoes is of the Bl | W. C_ CHAMBERLIN
93 best���nothing but soled leather goes into them.   The ES1 \
m following are some of our best makes' ��! *
i
i
52
Mac Kay's  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries     |
Letter Binding Cases a;_d Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J. MacKay & Co,
Bookseller,
Stationers
News De
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
I Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENtMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
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j       WATCH REPAIRS,    j
��� Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If {
��� so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good J
| order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KM
ACCURATE TIME.  	
The Jlewe|er j
COLUMBIA   STRitT,    NEW WESTMINSTER *
Bole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton Watch  Movemeats.      <
The Amherst
Prospector
A   ���
���
.���   inch  top boot,  made    with
lets and hook     the _<   :    ot
: iooi e    hide   and    absolutely
oof;  per pair    $6.00
The Emperor
A   t ,n   mule  hiade
boot
ina.
e    with
twelre Inch top, double
soles
to   the
heels; tt boot that
sill t
tand i
ill kinds
of weftr; per pair
.   . $5.00
#*��*o*o*o^*oo*o.o-:
_ 1 ���.^��-00��0^*)a>O.C^3*CO*C'Vr 404C4~
Easy Tern
The Walk-Over
Tan Prospector
boo   made In   th     United
i a ',   ol strong brown winter
v      Ins; Goodyear w-lted; pair $9.00
The Warwick
A hoot made of dark vlscollzed ten
cila-K'n; hat.i-made throughout; without doubt the best Loot mom". (.an
bu?; per pair .$7.95
in D-room house on Third aw-
comer lot, In pood repair; on city-
Price $2f)00. Term- $1""
'ash, halnnco ou monthly payments,
Interest 8 per cent.     MOVE QUICK.
uu
car  lin.
THE STORE FOR HIGH CUT BOOTS
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C
THE LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B.C.
Dominion Trust Co.!l
 T. R, PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
Choice
M
eats
AT THE
53 Central Meat Market
JD  Corner Eighth St. ana   Fifth Avena��
PHONE 37a
BOWELL A ODDr. Propnitor*.
HEN LEV
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc
Aerated  Water*,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Offics   -'flht ,,rW
NEW   WESTIHIN8TER.   B-  C' jESDAY
FE3
2   1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PA
FINAL
Record-Breaker:
for January
A Clean Sweepout of Odd Lines in
Women's Underwear.
All OUI
.-:."���-���
75c VALUES FOR 35c.
, ,,��� Women's Hygienic Wove  Vesta  and  Drawers
.   and  ��� itui il, will be cleared out
in    all
at
ne
nam<
35c per garment
Going Out of W. B. Corsets.
REGULAR $2.50 CORSETS FOR $1.25.
In whit
���i
only, size   21 ,to 30.   The famous W. B
oing i ui of thl - make Is thai  v* e   do
many brands     Regular $2.50 for 	
Ci'eci Poi -	
���vish
noi
$1.25
NOTE���We are special agents for
Royal Worcester, Bon Ton and Di-
rectoire Corsets.
Does this Table Damask Special
Interest You?
CLOTH   WITH   NAPKINS   TO   MATCH.  $3.75.
..'.       ercer *ed Damask Tabli   Cloth, size    two    by    three
i   cloth has nl   - self border with handsome floral and
:' elve  napl  -.-   In the dinner size go with this    cloth,
loth,    It Is a chance thai every thrifty
���y of    Regular $6.00, now for $3.75
B. C. E. R.
A car will leave Vancouver office
at 12 o'clock (midnig-ht), Tuesday,
February 2; Wednesday, February
3 and Thursday, February 4, for
the accomodation of Westminster people who may wish to attend the Vancouver Opera House
to witness the performance of
"Ben-Hur."
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>City News!
������#������*������*������#������*������*������������ **  ������������������
 ���
B-UlVS-F^   ^   ^ou   ^ear Something
prii ^^^^
< an give you
an  im-
��� ,| for the month of
nms port of Wei t-
minster was 1.012.42
Mrs. \V. 11. Weibon left yesterday
for a ih:. months' visit to friends In
Washln.".      uv.
F��r,ta iratlons and    wedding      Owln    ;..   iv  iai:s.   number of tic-
Ity. Ulng up    Tidy,' kel I  for the opera "Ben-Hur,"  a
the Kl0li:! **     I oar will leave Vancouver at midnight
on Thursday, as well as Tuesday and
Woiv- commotion in prices al  Lee's than in Italy at the recent earth-
quake.    Everything sold  for cash at "startlingly low  prices���See posters.
Don't  you really a , I  a dresser and   stand.     W.
meuse selection from J9.50 up,
Don't you long for a decent rocker ?    We can
foriable arm  rocker, solid oak, from $2.GO each up.
Wake up and come with thi* crowd to
��Ive you a strong,
Th" '''-. a number   of   pon
toon- v y ,:i . ivei  yesterday to    be
Edward in work at
North  Vancouver,  where  the    dredge
Will  1"  for aboul   :i   week.
Wednesd
Knock the  rover off
��_.'' cigars and try one,
���hit."
_  box   of   "B.
IL will make
*��� i
Thi
uiv
,'i< toria
the
repi     - :.
Try Hans \ , ang Poultry tood.
It's the best. It's the stuff all people
k" ping poultry .hould use. At your
grocers and druggists. **
Ai
At at in,eting of the Ministerial association yesterday morning, jail services we- arranged as follows: Feb.
7, Rev. A, E. Vert; Feb. 11, Rev. Dr.
Rugg; F. b, 21, Dr. Taylor; Feb. 28,
Rev. K. A. Magee. Other business
transacted al the meeting was merely
provincial execu-[ot ���' routine nature.
Coupon number 1768 won the gold
watch at the great bankrupt sale
yesterday. The holder wlll please call
and receive h\a prize at Grossman's
old Btore, Columbia street. **
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster, B.C..
Opposite Lome Street.    Phone 73.
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4
4
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t
lv,'lllli ^^^^^^^^^
will  rei elvi   the deputation  from
provJncia]  local option league at
Rev.    w.    H.  Barraclough
*
4
4
4
i *
the cltj polic ��� i.i'ii i yesterday
three men were fined $50 and costs
''.H' frequenting a Slwasli camp, Walter Iirown, the negro who was ordered
to leave town on Saturday, and failed
-.o do so, was sent down for three
months' Imprisonment,
Clear   Havana   cigars  of    exclusive
I merit���the  "Brillante,"  made  hy   the
B.   C.  Cigar   factory. ������
The Bi"i\. i  made th    first full trip
up river yest rday   Ince the frost, and
I the  regular Chilliwack    service    will j
now be resumed.   The   Ramona   will
leave the down  river run, and the J. I
('. Bruce temporarily take on the trip, i
An Insane French Canadian was
brought to the provincial asylum yes-,
i.'idiy from l'ort Moody by Provincial
Constable Wllkle. The man who has
only been in this province a few
months, was under the impression that
11 Ton Moody lady was his lawfully
wedded wife, and il was In order to
avoid unpleasant complications that
his incarceration was  di   1 led upon.
Benson & Ayllng, th ��� tablished
fishmongers, Columbia Street, are removing to new premises on Begble
Street, opposite the Windsor Hotel.
The firm wish to thank their many
customers for past favors and hope
for their continued patronage in their;
new store. ** j
Watch this space
for our ad. It will
 .surprise you	
���-��������������������.>���������������������� >��� <���������������. *�������������������������������������������������������������������������
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Just Arrived
������
&
from    toda;
Y. sterday
an
Indian
v i   the
city  in  his    ,
': ie
from
i'heam.
At a meeting of the Amicitia Whist
yesterday evening at    the   resi-
Bran,
$12.50 Misses' Suits for $6.95.
our Ml    ���      Suits,  $10.50,   $11.50 and  $12.50   all on
 $6.95
T. H_ Smith's
Big January Sale
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B20S. **
Th.-re wen- thirty-five cases dealt
with by the city polic- magistrate last
month, as against twenty-two in December, and seventy-seven in November, Of these fifteen W< re for drunkenness, three viagrancy, four assault,
three gam! ling, and the Other lnclud-
��� d breach Of ihe liquor license,
trades, and sanitary by-laws, cruelty
to animals, and changes under the
criminal code.
All dealers handle "B. C." ana "Old
Sport" cigars. The old reliable
11-.amis. **
Chief oi police Long, of Rossland,
brought two prisoners to the penitentiary yesterday to commence sentences of two and a half and five years,
the former for seduction and the latter for stealing $r>00 from an acquaintance.
club  .
dence of Mrs. C. A. Welsh, the ladies'
prize-- were won by Misses McLean
and Brennan, while Frank Reichenbach and Ben Robb captured the
men's prizes. The next meeting of
the club will be on Wednesday, Feb.
17. al the residence ot Mrs, T, A. Muir,,
! Agnes street.
An   Irish   terrier   pup  was   lost   by'
a resident of this city on January 22,
Th- pup was 4 months old,  He   had;
rather a  dark   shade  on  the  back���,
tail not  cut.    A '-Lo.-.*.'' ad, has been ;
inserted   In  the  two  daily  papers   of
this  city  and  any  person fouud liar-1
boring the  pup after this notice  will
he prosecuted.
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
136 Columbia  Street.       P.   O.   Drawer  100.
Buy Your Groceries from
ADAMS & DEANS
-Fresh New Goods, Not Damaged
's Important
To You
Young People,    Attention I
������<�������� >";'��c":'��.;":;;;:*.^'��-;";*;":'��--l!:-*i;;.',':ii:
|
2
can
recelv*
instruction In night classes at
Columbian College
SHORTha^1'^ B00KKEEP|NG, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
*N��.  TYPEWR,T.NG,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW,
SHIP.
PENMAN-
tQ 9    !   l>art- of the above Tuesday  and   Thursday  evenings
0NLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
*    ������      -a.    ���
���M>-��^^*,-^a^^ftlt^[ta>|ta.|t[||,       ������     ..���..,..      ..,..,���..,..���; |*.1>�� �� '
to have your prescription filled
ai curately and honestly. We
make a special department of
ibis branch of our business, and
have adopted a system ot checking so that n�� mistakes can
orfiep In. You may feel sine
that you have the right thing
when dispensed at our store.
We pay the highest wages in
order to secure the best help.
Every department of our business ir- up to date. Big store,
fresh Btock, and we claim our
average prices are the lowest.
We fill prescriptions for people
too poor to pay FREE.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
PYTMIAIN
SKATING   RINK
NEW        OF P. HALL.
Eighln  and   Agnes  Streels.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 i" '. evening, 7:'!0 to lu. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
in to 12, ROhopI children under 12
wil] he furnished shales for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A -183.
The city council has been Invited to
i form a  committee of citizens to    co-
I operate  with it committee from    the
| directors of the Alaska-Yukon Pa.'itu
] exposition   for   the  entertainment   of
Westminster people on dune it.   The
date selected is a Monday, two weeks
after  the  opening,  and  there is
doubt excursions will be arranged
cordingly.
A social and concert will te given
under the auspices of the Daughters
of England in the K. of P. hall on
Wednesday evening, when ,a lengthy
I mid interesting program will be rend-
lered by local talent. An admission fee
of 2i> cents will be levied on all who
attend, the proceeds being applied to
the funds of the order. Mesdames
Wolfendeii and Disney are in charge
of the arrangements.
Nick SavUla, accused   of stabbing
ihe foreman of a gang of Italians
working on the construction of the
Bourne line on Sunday night, was re-
inanded for eight days by the police
magistrate yesterday morning, pond-
intr tho appearance against him of the
victim of the assault. Felipe Macker.ay*
fnot Denegrl, as reported yesterday],
who Is progressing favorably at the
Royal Columbian hospital.
The following Bumniary of patients
in the provincial hospital for the    In-
sane during the month of
given out by Dr. C
cai supi rlntendent:
the beginning of th
3 lbs. creamery  butter       -   -   $1.001 Mince Meat, per package   -   -
Canned salmon, 2 cans for   -    -        25   Klondike Soap, 4 bars   -   -   -
the best quality, tin 15  Eclipse Soap, per cartoon 6 bars
Baking   Powder,  Blue   Ribbon. | Toilet Soap, II cakes to box   -   -
per can   ------   - 20 j Tea (Soagulla   sold  at   40c per
Baking Powder, Schillings Best
Extracts,   Lemon   and   Vanilla,
best brand 8  oz. bottle 59|
10
20
20
10
io
package)   special
Fk.ur, per sack   -   -
January Is
li, Doherty, medl-
lu the hospital at
month, 375 males,
132 females; admitted during the
month, 7 males, 3 fi-malea; returned
from probation, 1 a.:ii ; discharged
without probation. 2 male-.; discharged on probation. - males, 3
females; discharged at expiry of probation, li males; died. "- males; *,,
hospital at th? dose of the month,
1177 males, 132 females; on probation
at the close of the month, 0 males, 10
females; total under treatment at tne
close of the month. 388 ni:,,0f<' *12
females.
a
THE
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
NEWS
DAILY
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 enviable reputations for the prompt payment of losses, and they charge less
for good ri6ks than others. They do
not want the bad ones. Enquire for
rates, and you will be convinced that
I   CAN   SAVE YOU   MONEY.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
A?vi>rR_>��:- __}_ k
Westminster's Home Paper.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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1'HE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 19og
���__*___
A
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train tor
Seattle will leave daily at 0.13 a.m;
train for ail points Ea.-t at 120 p m ;
'rain   l'or Agassis at   5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from al] points,
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservH-
tons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.   Vaneonwr.
The Edison Theatre HUE HEN CALL
I     EACH OTHER LIARS
Corner Columbia and   Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:3i��.
Distribution of Relief Funds
Last Year Sharply Criticised���Mayor Attacked.
Telephone 54.
P.  O.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits  made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
: Granite ware :
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Granlteware, In all the very
n, ,\ li i'-ns, and at the lowesl possible prices. Call In and Inspect   iu     :ock; no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A.   Hardman.
A.   James.
J.  Mcdughan.
WHEN   YOU   BUY   A
MALLEABLE
RANGE
you get value for your
money. See us before
you decide to purchase.
Plumbing Heating Hardware
Hardman & Co.
Sole Agents.
Trust     Block.     Front     Street.      NEW
WESTMINSTER.
K, nne,  ll.  C,  Feb.  1.���Oaij  of  the
stormiest meetings iu  ihe history  ut
ih.- cit) ��,i.- held here Saturday afternoon.   The   rehef  commiiiee   niei   the
in.-   sufferers   to   discuss   the   disposition  uf relief funds sent iu last   August.      The     meeting     was   crowded,
practically all   the    nieu present    iu
town during the lire being ihere. The'
late mayor, W. W. Tuttle, and Mayor!
Sherwood  Herchmer    were     present, j
The   mayor  chiefly   spoke with   refer-1
eiice to attacks made upon him in the i
Ledger,    Herchmer  accused   F.   Sherman   aud L.  Briggs as   instigators  ol'l
the present agitation to induce workpeople not to pay back moneys loaned
in   rebuild.     The   mayor  stated     that
many people  had  noi   received  relief, |
and  it  was unfair to them.    F. Sherman,   I j,   l'eekstuiii. and     I..     Briggs
spoki   In reference to attacks and the
final  distribution.    Several men called
one another liars.    Finally it was decided  that the relief committee meet
the general committee, to discuss plans
for distribution,
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited in the Land
Registry Office in the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of its
Westminster-Chllliwack Railway from
the town of Huntingdon to the City
of Chilliwack, passing through the
municipalities of Sumas and Chilliwack and the town of Huntingdon
and the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
t'ons four (.4) and five (5) of the sal-
railway as shown on the said plan
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.
NOTICE.
Had Hot Ride.
Notice Is hereby given that a reward of $250.UM will be paid hy the
Corporation of the City of New VVesl
minster for information that will lead
to the arrest and conviction of the
person or persons who set on fire the
Ihipont Block, on Columbia Street in
this City, on or about the 18th in-t.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City   Hall, New  Westminster, Jan   27.
1909.
NEW WELLINGTON
COA1
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front  St.
P. O. Box 345.
Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105.
berland   and   South V,
'e,-tmiaster
Dy
Pipe
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
aud arrival oi mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily except Sunday.
The only malls dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. south ���-���_�����_ v w, ,���.,,
and C. P. R. east mails, uot including j Agasslz and  Harrison    Hot
mails,   Sapperton,    Fraser | Malls for Port Moody '
courier (Tuesday and l'-���ilv
1:30 p.m.-East Burnahv v
2:00 p.m.-Burqultlao  ' rie*'
2:00 p.m.-Ladner,   p'J/  J���"*
Westham I land and Sunbury   S
except Sunday; Woodward    t       !'
Thursday and  Saturday   T'la  T^1
Favourite, Capt. J. c. Bruce' ^
ton mall despatched a,���i ,.,,. J "Jl
Vancouver.) v'm
2:30   p.m.���Vancouver   ami
Siding, via G. N. R. n0rth.
4: no-Vancouver and Burnaby _-
via B. C. Electric railway,   Satllr'i
ian  extra mail is despatch! | ���'/�����
I toria via Vancouver at thi   hc-iir   "
Blaine and Seattle, including al)
S. points east and south V]a q n
"Flyer." '     S'
2:30 p.m.-C. P. it. east, SappeJ
Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
Note.���The two 7:30 a.m. c. ���-,[
mails, south and east, , , mail;'
all points from New ,\.���-tmi-.**j
east (including Langlej iafl dla,'|j
via Port Haney.) The 10 ��� ,���, (p
K. despatch omits all !, ,..r y,.A
points east of Coquitlam except Ml
Maadows, Port Haney, Po HamnoiiU
Webster's      Coiners,    Mi   :,,���
the   way
both via Vancouver and r
V
B -lil
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mal,s  Despatched. Mails   Received.
(LOO a. m.  (closed at. eleven o'clock      6:45 a.m.���Blaine ant! g
the  previous   night I���Vancouvei*    viajcludlng all I.'. S. points,  ,ia G. K
G, N.  R,   "Owl."
7:3D a.m.���Vancouver    and   (exci pt
Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday) Victoria, via  B. C.   Electric! by courier (Tu?sdaj   tn        lay)
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all U,
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Hunt
b': 20 a.m.���Vancouv
via B. C. Electric rallwa
2:30 p.m.    Burqultl tn        . ������..
3:30 .p.m.- Plain.���  an I
Winsted, Conn., Feb, I.���A foreigner
living mi ihe summit of Plymouth hill
in Thomaston and employed In a factor.! ai the foot of th,- hill, found ih"
steep mad so icy yesterday morning
thai It was unsafe for walking. s,> he
conceived the brilliant Idea of sledding
down in the level, a distance of one
mile, seated in a large Iron scoop-
shovel. .Midway down the hill the friction bee nne -n gi "in thai he began to
feel a burning sensation, i in he
couldn't v ii" of the shovel and was
i sti er himself to one side
of the        I ear of injuring him-
roc]     Si   ' ������ -lid th.
entire  distani ���      11"   wa        o    badly
led tha d to ted by
a   pir sicli '
��� ousers.
P.O.Box  474.       Tel.  53.       Res. 429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engines
l1.. to 25 h   p.r 2 and -1 cycle.    Besl
value on ''��� et.    Engines kept In
stock at
.. \Vestmmster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tentl. Street,   ���    New Westminster
ingdon, B.C.. via C. P. R. south; also elndlns all U. S, polnl -|
IC, P. R. east, S nan, and Fraser
Mills.
i    s-.-jij a n      Blaine and    Si attle,    including all U. s. ;   :  ���   . a ' .ill I sou
also all points betwi ei   Ni >\ We
| ster and  Blaine, via G. N.  It.
Note.���Clovi    ;       .ind dlstric! (Closer Valley, Sui :���.  v aire. Elgin, Ul i-
, via and Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
mi i, P< "��� Kells, s Prali le and
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l :30 p.m.���Has; Burn : .1
9:30 a.m.���Vancou .. ., s|
10:00  to   11:00  a.m. -I
Gulchon, Westham Isl .   A
Tl and Sal i y,'4j
rd, via steamer 1
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12   10   to   1    p.m.
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lam.
i:00    m.   Vanco  -
day;     Cla; ti n,     Monday,       ui   lay
Thursday  and    -' turday;    Tynehei I  and Fraser Arm.
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ui lay.    ',      e ma       ire all received
same d:v - as   li      "  hed. I] :    .-
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria an        een H m and N'et Westufl
Centra] P C. Electric rail-    -. -, via C, P   R, south
way. Mills.
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The Reichenbach Company, Ltd
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shipped UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. The Daily News
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TRADE
Where Your
Dividends I
Are Guaranteed ��� *
NO Ij
Supposition        |
We are still giv-lj
ing these grand It
bargains. As you j
will notice below:
these prices, for the 11
quality   of   goods,!
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i
ALWAYS
Look on the bright
side and use good
polishes. WE SELL
THEM.
Matchless  Silver Polish.
Globe  Metal   Polish.
Brilliantshine  Bon Ami.
Aluminum   and   Gold   Paint.
Wellington   Knife   Polish.
Stove   Polish;   Black   Silk,   Nonsuch and  Black Jack.
Liquid Veneer and Lemon
Polishing Oil.
Mirror Stovepipe Varnish,
Johnson's  Prepared  Wax.
shown, are  some-it
thing out of the or- :	
dinary and this is at
chance for   every! Anderson &
good housewife to |
grasp. Nothing:
pays like cash buy- j
ing.
Lusby
Columbia Street
The Walsh Sash
Strong Indictment of
City's Engineering
iued from Page Thn
ee.)
lbs. Granulated Sugar for *> ,
2tl Pes. Granulated Sugar for Jl.15.1
raight Grade Flour Is one of the  ���irif-j    l)r||f\f*   I   f\
pastrj flours on the market and ia  <*****   UUUI     V^U.
i  ,  i heapest at $1.25 per sack.
of i', .i for |1.0u.
Aylmer Ch 11  Sauce,    3 ' i ttles  Eo
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
\',i toria Croi - Tea, 50c per lb.
Port' r'a     Home made     bala 11
���    ing, 15 ��� and 25c per bottle.
California  Home Brand Sw ���-. Rel  |
Ish, 20c pi ���      ���    ���
. tins of thi   best best Sliced I  n
,   25c
Eating and  Di inking i boi   I       SOc
lb,
11     Uai-uis for 25c.
Tflploi li   for -ee.
Sago for 25c,
lbs. Poultrj- Food for _",,.
. C    ii Starch for 25c,
. -   I. iundry Starch for 25c,
bottl.  M ishro im Cats ip, J5o.
.   Fl rei   Ier 25c,
Ige ',* .:���:���-   25c per tin.
N... l Laundrj ���;        oi 25c,
���'.-..    Ki        Soap for 25c,
, ��� ��� :.    i    le Buttei for $1.00.
ottli    ���     !',,      5 fi     50c
ttles i    Woii   -'��� - S i ;     ' n .",
!! rring for 25c
n ��� ilt for 25c
Wh te Sti nd ��� :��� -
.  tin.
nder,
Ma .
We make ��  specialty of
tean    ', and k.ln dried.
ir     (lours.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End   of  Third  Avenue.
Phone 413. New  Westminster.
Duet Now
Order a Piano
at once.
Ill   Public Supply
Stores
than
vou nd    choose    the
r - ���   ilanos Is    barge
'.. . ed.ii anj ��� -.   n
at and    layer     '������ very In
.   nfe I, and has
: - tti.   ex
and     a ks fll   f ir    tiio
Iran n of a queen.
K  - l."v
J. H, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET
and  fail  plaj   whether in VK.W oi my
long and taithful and Ul-requited services i deserve such treatment as this
at your hands,
[a it secmlj that you should b_ th. '
onl) c}tj council in the broad Dominion to ��� ��� . our professional employees ... the ignominy of a position
md his autocratic dictum as to the
necessity or otherwise of the supervision exercised .' What must men of
sense and training in other cities
think ol our good city of New West-'
minster thai drafts its engineer into
Its sire-t gang and instructs him
through its street foreman. Vou
would hardly venture lo suggest to
your solicitor to take his orders, from
ihe same source, though one maj risk
the assumption that he knows quite
as much of law as he dues of civil
engineering.
You may not be aware of it, . ut it
Is none the less true that this line of
-.on policy has attracted attention
from Halifax to Vancouver and 1 have
in re thau once had the. taunt flung
et me that I "must be serving a queer
orpoi ation."
l am at present eng-ged on a somewhat   Intricate  piece  of  work  for  the
I city :u Sapperton as ordered by your
foreman, ;.n i now nearly completed,
and l am Interested  to know whethei
, iliis too is to be ceusore i by him    to
; sil i his ci ei' notions of scientific
work oi whether ihe poor privilege is
to be accorded me oi thinking that
n:i. years ol professional experience
gi\ s ai li a some qualification to
judge ui  Its value and some right to
I fix a price on my .services.
1 look to--the council for nothing but
what  a .v a'    aian has a rlghl  to   ex-
Ipect ii.'in gentlemen, and have always
endeavored to render to .vou und your
: .]. ,!���, sol's a full meed of n
and deference, and 1 am sure that
v, heth ��� ou lusiuess relations continue or terminate l at h ast slmil not
have to regret any lapse from the line
of strict and honorable service
v . IERT .1. HILL.
The   mayor  said     the-     lettei      wa
! hardly   fair,   aud
! Brice  was      bin .   it.    He   vt u     very
I at i .   .     ���..'..'
j believed  Mr. Hill to  be a  -
I and  ile   was  not   yet   going
fr. im  thai  o- Inion.    He  (I b.   - eakerj |
;  hough)   M       . : th. '
j information
en.    Hi
: board o   ivi        ...    ue ing in thi
. inten   ts of        cii      ind wai    hi
ha ;     rer had,    The
ii1,-   snri
.     ',.; II ���.���
ed thi ,.,..,
i '1 irks in sl I thi   Eighth  Streel
ind    i svas I he    person
arges, acting un '���
Mr   H
I;   V. Dim    ::.' ��� '
iir. Hill and the
nteni] ���     . will    be    In
vited. I
ODDFELLOW ~
BLOCK
Geo. Adams, Prop.
Tuesday and
Wednesday
ONLY
Our entire
stock of
We Have
ALL  KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the te��t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Bloc*., New We.tminiter.
Grant's Corner.
A.  .:.  Hill   also    ',       tti     ���        lates
of a,,     iximi ; of the r< vision of
Colun ���   :   Grant'   i o ner, and
for the consi   u tion ol a coni rete side-
wall- on  ih,- north side of Columbia
from Ihi   south lin.   of t";
land street to the w< line of the
penitentiary   mound-, is hlch    , stimate
: ,'  '���"'.,  ed     .!������  re-construciIon    of
the culvi rt, i c,   ,i  ihe    cros ing   of
Columbia ���        Glen . also
an estimati   o   cosl  oi  regrudini   I ii
and the consti iction of, con   ��� i   side
walks on the uortherlj  ��� id,  of Colum-
irei    - om  i., opold  place to the
erly lln< of the asj (um grounds.
The lettei   �� as refern .1  to I he spe-
��� ommitti ,��� appointed to d   ���: with
lie raal ���
Fire  Alarm   Boxes.
Ud.    Johnston   c*commended    the
clng of three new fire alarms, the
���  lowing  "-in. the positions:   Eighth
.venue   and Twelfth    street,   Tenth
eel and Sixth avenue, Third avenue
and Second street    This was carried.
Ladies'
Dress Skirts! attention
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.
AT
i >
11
Half Price. II
A. J. BIRTCMJ
"THE   WHITE   HOUSE'-
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.
:
::
VANr-lllVFR
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
CHILLIWACK
New Westminster, B. C,
ESTABLISHED 1891 INCORPORATED 1905  _
215 Columbia Strcc' j >+o��������++.m+������+����++��>�������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������
Great Glove
Opportunities
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 clear out
some five hundred pair of our Reynier Gloves at oi
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 wearing Glove possi-
111!       Sl.'-
pair    $3.45
Reynier's Twelve-Button
Glace Kid
Now $1.95 per pair
Regular $3.00.
Known as the Sita    and    Infanta Re; nil    a,a !��� . ���'��� hlch   i
sufficii lend Ltlon   if
oeir i  .      of tan,
brown, n ��� ��� ��� ��� en and grey.
We have old nundn da ol
pairs of ihi- line, which have
.. : mo ��� satisfactory In
- \ ������: y waj. i iii ill this week
in a l si/.. -:   per pair  , $1.95
Sixteen-Button Black
Undressed Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
Regular $2.75 and Reynier Made.
This line Is th      ,   ������   I   map
in gloves which has ever bt-'-n
.  .a    this    i Ity,    Black
v  on  sale  at a prlce
ihat   i .ian   you   would
. ii |  .:..   .   <jf   tho
same   gr d. ; Ize .    on
 $1.50
Long White Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.50 per pair
Ch irlng . ii roken sizes In
three lines of white glac<? kid
gloved in twelve and sixtf-cn
button lengths, Regular pries
12.00 nnd 13.00. On sals per
pair   $1.50
$3.00 Long Cape Kid
Gloves on Sale
$2.45 per pair
. . Ing glove with
a   tell'   I
,  ���
 $245
tf^HO PR,X- PAB'5 IB00
y D    ^V i
Inc.i IN
Note these Lines
of Short Gloves
and the Reductions in Price.
ii-'.. ��� ���     I Id gloves in shadi
ol own,   navy,    green,
rdlnal, grey, black and
white; all sizes, Regular price
U-75.    On sale p(.r pa^r $1,45
Leilia Kid Gloves
on sale 95c per pair
i
���
Silk-Lined Mocha on
Sale $1.45 per pair
c.e-juiar   $1
Shadi
I ...
"Sita" Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Regular $1.50.
Th- . ntlre range of thu well
known line In shades of tan,
brown, grey, groc-, cftrdina]
and black ami white, On sale
fn all sizes;  pPr pai,-  . $120
Olan Short Swede
Gloves on Sale
95c per pair
Regular  $1.50.
si... li -   ���: tan a,.vi-
' ck;  all v..
Gauntlet Gloves
on Sale $1.95 per pair
Regular  Prices $2.50 to $3.00.
Fiv-   itj li     - , ch ar   al   ��"
pric- In Cape kid and       ������
tin,
A few odd lines
of Perries Wad-
do ves and Glace
Kid Gloves
on Sale $1.20 per pair
Three lines   In while
regular values $1.50
thi- wee_ ....
.... i -''
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE  EOR  WOMEN'S WEAR
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