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 FIRE
INSURANCE
wHIT��, SHSi-ES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
NUMBER 48.
.lil.lMI'*   *
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ARE Ni ANSWtRED
NEW  WKSi.VUNSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING   I I'HRt'ARY  --, ISO-.
BOYAL CITY SUENE UF
UKANDCOUNCIL MEETINIi
femiei
1 -?   J'ltle
_
Principal   Officers   of   Royal   Templars
I lillll'all'-'.S of  Temperance   Meet   Here This
iicy   to  Indus-
week���Is Jubilee Year.
Line OJ
���ialW*.  *s.
Tb.   iwo day-' meeting of ' li.   grand
,   ba.  set  the foi-  <�����cJlol the Royal Templars of Tem
*' ,    ,,   ,,  P..tiiniece, chair-  perance of    British    Columbia,  which
ir   ;lii. |j   ,'   Trades and  Labor  takes place tomorrow ami Wednesday
Jp     , i     ida, In response to the a( the Oddfellows' hall, will include a
nu of tfl'   delegation    oi    .aoor number of sessions, and a social gath-
 iui ,i  ai   victoria   last
Iw ' ' ,ul " I'tliig  on   Wednesdaj   evening.      The
;_Wlth   , ,,,.���.',��� to the matterkrand  officers at  present  are:   Grand
l |n ,i,,   memorial  presented councillor,   Newton    It   Brown,   West
ivernment on Mon- minster;    <;. P. c, j.    r.  Robertson,
.,,,  |.,   ,n  behalf of the dele- chilliwack; 0, V. C, mi-. I.. G. Holt-
I, Columbia execu-  meister, Vancouver; G. chaplain, ii. c
nn' kibor Coagraas x. .McKlm, Mount Pleasant; G.'secre
ther rep-resnetatlves tary| j   j   j0jln8ton)  Westminster. G.
inized       v I  beg to Rtate as  treasurer, .1.  farter  Smith,  West i
isi.i; G. bei aid.  \v. .1.  Hogg,  Vancou-
 a    government ver.   G   Sentinel,   w.  J.   i. Id,   Wesi
the making of any minster; Q medical referee, Ur, George
onuses or subsidized R ,���,,w Westminster; G. auditor, i,
Thornber, Westminster; G, trustees,
E S. Cook. .Nanaimo: 11. G, McDonald, Vancouver; J. s Brj ion, West-
mlnstei; executive committee, i;.
councillor, (J. past councillor, G. treti
uier, <;. trustees; .1. .1. Johnston, W, F.
li.'-gs ami T. Robinson.
The  charter    instituting  the  Westminster council  goes   back   a   quarter
of   i century, to  1884, and il  Is parti-
'  ������'    urpl.vlng  ne.'  eularii   appropriate  that   the  meeting
,!                >  Inaugurated            should  ,���. he|(j in .,,,. (.j|v whu.h ^
I                  ���,.,   Ins  con ri iu- alW8y,  been s<) 8trongly a -,,,,,���,,,.
fumJ** ul lbe ��� order  ing the silver  jubilee.
HUSBAND REFUSED
B!G PRICE EOR WIPE
Instead of $20 For Outfit,
Gerard Might Have Got
$300 From Chink.
CASTRO SUSPENDED
EROM PRESIDENCY
WESTMINSIEH SAWMILL
COMPANIES REPRtStNTED
Additional detail*
i transaction     n
of the remarkable
ited in Saturday's
News, concerning the "sab-" of a
young woman b.\ her husband, a fellow
named (braid, to Harry Barker, of
Sapperton, are given ln a letter printed b.low. Iii this communication
Barker attempts to Justify his conduct
on the ground that he merely offered
th.- woman a position as housekeeper
in order t,, K,.;, lnr from falling into
the clutches of Chinese dive-keepers
of the worn type While he denies
thai he actually paid over the $20 for
the  woman, he  freely admits that   the
government
h ,,   the  mak
���llielll I
'.itinli
[li,, gov.-ruiiient   does   not   pro-
|, election   deposit
Ion, ihe amount of
ielng considered  by
bvernnn i xceusive
h I'actoi      ispei tor will  be    ap-
I    '
11    er cf  i ducal Ion c u
I lie  pies, ni   year to
was under consideration for som<
Barker's version of
inquille,    and    has
.:   i. If si   of  government-
i he question of taking the sanatorium
|i- ii  ; tutlon   has   no;
- d
ni Ion of the gov. ��� n
i .   b< ope of ih.' pre- i
A gold medal elocution contest will
be held at Queen's Avenue church tomorrow a:  s p.m
HEALTH UF QUEEN
DOtiAIR Al AKMINli
".incial  info: matin',
'     ��� s.
work  i-  now be
abor   in   so   far   as | Mother   of     King   Carlos   and     Crown
v rri. ,|    ��� ut    Ml   a
|
| in nt win give eve >
' equest t-o extend
ici  . xemptlng    the
' Ion -   from    attach
Prince,  Who  Were   Murdered,
Said  to  Be  Sinking.
' of n ^hi  schools i
;v attention of the|
eion
tiiaiis-iniier  has  in
lie purpose of grant-
mdli .l; is   ut     ihe
v   i.i     ih      mattei
Lisbon. Feb 21.���The reports as to
the health of Maria Pla, the queen
dowager ..i Portugal, mow dally more
disquieting. Her health was terribly
shaken bj the murdei ol b r son, King
Carlos, ami her grandson, Crown
Prince Luise Phillippe, tind _cr
-;r. ngth  has never returned.
ll.v illness seems now to be gn ning
i ground and complication? are setting
.. ui mug   employment l
tries, viz: j'" ",;"  *v* rl8e t0 8real anxlet>'-
:,r" ,:':'    OLD BISHOP IS EVIDENCE OF
i   ���     at   nn.avals
two  weeks.
���;n'li:!"|''  ��  i give the van
f '  consideration.
>   of   governmenl
unities will als.,
Qslderatlon,
THE   INTERVIEW,
ADMITS   HIS   GUILI
i     i.   r   Sponen-
'   aid thai he was
' i "ii Saturday night,
. i ���    v.,,,1 state
Ulrg,   do   declare   I
[' Saturdaj nlghi an I
"i>    Wild   a   fake  c.,11
"if  $36, the prop-
union,  the  full
i owe ihe union."
[y fo,   Malicious Damage.
21.   There   was
" ,; ;i remarkable ease yea-
"""'""��� when $43.66 was paid
, 01   Herman  Dnttre
| toward,       They     were
OWing   rye   ill   fifteen
I '-  Hie    la,,,, Of  Win.
- ''''"'in    damaging the
xteni of $90,
Pasl��r is a Sport.
It^lHlKtsketballcon-
ban��eln local military
Eon t he may lose his
loLl8, paftor of the
Si fm,h at Ronton,
J^^vhhoardisup
rill v. ! "ederich says
\ gets^another game
5ei8 tne chance.
HEALTHY NORTHERN CLIME
After Spending 47 Years in Far North,
Mgr.   Grouard   Is   Hale,   Healthy
and   Erect  at   Sixty-three.
Winnipeg, Feb. 21.���Mgr. Grouard,
ii M I,. Bishop of Ibora, in Portlbus,
and vicar of Athabasca, who is passing iIn,nigh Winnipeg on his way
back from Europe to his mission, is
a living example of the healthfulness
oi the climate of far northern Canada
He has been on the missions for 47
years, living most of the time from
500 to moo miles north of Eklmonton,
traveling enormous distances at an
seasons of the year. yet. now iu his
sixty-third year, he stands erect, and i-
to all appearance tun of energy.
ibe bishop, while in Europe, attended the EUCharlStlC congress. in
ih,- province of Quebec last week, le'
visited several religious institutions,
and ilie families of his ml-sionarii
unl of settlers  who  reside  there.
II.. is bringing with him several Sis-
iers of I'rovidence to assisi those who
are already in the country. The '"
Mux   of   white   settlers   at.   Athabasca
ending, Lesser Slave Lake ami In ""'
ei      lllver    Vllllev     has     llllllle     lives
deal
illle.
'i'li.- following i
the affair:
Barker's  Explanation.
Editor Daily News:
Sir, 1 node,, in tbe Daily News of
Saturdaj   morning    a    story    headed
"Sells   His   Wile   lor   $20."        As   on.'   of
ih.. pa: tb ��� ccncei ti -,l I �� i.- ii I: to he
known there wa. no selling of a woman. I gave bim (the husband) $."
for his outfit. 1 did not want to give
linn anything at all. J would not
hav,- bought his outfit, bin he -aid he
had to go away. He had no money
and could not gv work, and -.. 1 took
pity on them,
Chinaman  Woum  Give $300.
I told him lie could not -.11 bis wife
in these days, bul he said he could
sell her io a Chinaman for $300. He
also said he could get $100 for her
from another white man. I again told
him he could not sell his wife and also
told her thai if she was sold she need
no:  go.
I thought I would give h.v sum,
good advice. He brought her to my
house thre,- tunes. On th, second
vis,i she cried. 1 asked her why she
was crying and .-he said it was because I would not take her as a
housekeeper. Sh.- had no place to
go, no home at all. If a man would
not lake pity on hi.r then he would
have a heart of stone.
No   Bdl   c,   Sale.
I did not wan: her to drift Into a
bad house. 1 acted as 1 thought was
my duly when she cam. back the
third time. I told ber I had given
her husband $20���the f-0 wits not for
ihe purchase Of lh.- woman, had that
been so I would hav. ttemanded a bill
ul' sale -ii was. as 1 said before, for
ihe things which lie sold me. 1 told
her he could not -ell her; she said he
must have the money to get away. I
asked him What h<- would do without
her and he replied that he could
easily   get  another.
Housekeeper   in   Good   Home.
1 asked her if Bhe would not come
and keep house for me, She said she
would, because she .ibi no: know whit
else sh" could -lo She also -aid I
had a good home.
\vii> I. i weni to the chief of police
i, Was in get ber away from '.loo
nUOj . place lb- is a. Chinaman,
and I wanted to gel her away from
,,���.,,. 'lhe clu. : told me he could
noi do anything. 1 told him I would
,,,, ,.|���,| .,.,, her foster father an.l tell
him she bad better gel away from thai
place.
ah i  wanted was to s:v her away
,,.,���,,  the Chinamen,   thinking l   was
a  kind deed.
SAI'I'KRTON MAN.
New Westminster, Feb. 20, 1909.
: Head   of   New   Provincial   Lumber  As-
FoUliil    Guilty  Of   Directingj      soclation is A. D. McRae, Presl-
Attempt    tO    Kill     GomeZ, : dent of Rraser River Mills.
Dictator is Disgraced.
  i     'l'he   B.   C.   Lumber,   lyo.guig    and
Forestry Association, which absorbs
ihe li. C. Timber and forestry Cham
b<r of Commerce has been organised
a: Victoria, 'file objects of ihe new
association, which will represent great
.-I- vested interests than any ever
formed in British Columbia, are, in
addition lo the promotion of mutual
Inter, sis u, seeme stable title- to
timber lands, legislation in the interest., nf its various branches and ihe
conservation of the forests.
lb,, officers of the new association
\ li. McRae, President; otto
Lachmund, 1st Vice-President; M s
I...mm. .ml Vice-President; Peter
Lund, 3rd Vice-President; T. F. l'at-
erson Ith Vice Presld. nt, Mr. (McRae is the President and General
Manager of the Fras i River Saw
Mui-. Ltd. 'I'h. vh ,��� pi. -idi nts a e
mi n holding Important i osll ions in
th.- lumber Industr; An executive
committee of seven and an advisor*,
committee of il' menibei - have u,.. n
appointed, of which two are George
Small, of th.. Small & Bv 'iin Lumber i'o. and ("apt. M. .v Garland,
President and Genera] Manager or th.-
Nimki-h   Lake  lagging  Co
LINCOLN'S HEAD WILL
DE CAST ON PENNIES
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
GOEDEN JUBIEEE^P
PRESBYTER1ANISM
Fifty Years Since Principles
of John Knox Were Introduced on Mainland.
i larac is, f uiraury 21, via Willem-
stad���Clprlano Castro has lost his
title as Pre Idem of Venezuela, the
High federal Coun having rendered
a .f 'isi, n tii.it -utfii lent evidence had
i een ;,;. -anted in tho suit brnug.it
againsl him _j the Attorney-General,
at 'lie in-i.inc oi' Sena or Alcantara,
Mini tei oi ih,. Interior on the charge
of having attempted to bring about
ib.. i ina ion oi .1 nni Vic.-nte
Gomez tb.- Acting President. In :ts
deci ion. tl,,. High Federal Court tra i
fer iln- nil io th... Criminal Court,
and declare!! that Castro, in eons,, j
quence of the disclosures, is constitution I.. : u-pended from the Presi-
den. ���������
THIRTY YfcAHS FOB AN
|        ATTEMPT TO EXTUKT
Texas   Man   Sentenced   for   Trying   to
Blackmail  Millionaire in
Kansas  C'ty.
Kansas City, Feb. 21.���Robert L.
Bl ,��'. ot' Dallas, 'I ��� x . who on Tues
day las! entered the home ol' Law-
ren ,.. M, .lon:.s, a millionaire merchani
of ibis city, an.l  attempted  to extort
JT    from    him.   wa-    sentenced   to
thirty   years  in  the   penitential**,  here
;. es terday.
Bledsoe entered a idea ot guilt} o
the charge of attempted robbery
Judge Ralph W, Latsnaw, of the criminal court, before whom he was v
;. - d. said ii.- regretted thai h��
could noi sentence Bledsoe to a longi i
term, lie said the near crime was
tb.- most diabolical he had ever heard
of. In answer to a question from
���he court, Bledsoe maintained thai a<
had no confederate, nor did he have
any Intention of exploding the bom',
with which he bad threatened Mr.
Jones and the la iter's wife and son.
who came to his assistance. He
merely used k, he said, to intimidate
ihe millionaire.
Peace River valley has mud'
-mn the opening of new school*.
I n.-iv are now 26 priests In the "-hi.
and ihe (Jr.y Nuns hnve i lv: con"
vent, mainly for Indian child" n ���''
Athabasca.
H. B.  Co.  Must  Pay Tax.
Loudon, Few. 21.   'li-.' Hudson's i'-''
Company is held liable for Income '
"ti It. land sales,
Will Start on Long Hike.
Seattle, Feb. 2).���Robert F. Illlng,
jr.. and Georgi R, Chaffee, will start
from the Administration building al
the A. V. P. exposition grounds ii. x*.
Tuesday at noon to try to walk trom
Seattle io New York city during the
.summer. These young men have made
arrangements to advertise the exposition dining their stroll.
Peaceful Picketing Legal.
Oakland, Oal., Feb. 21.���11 Is not
illegal tor a labor union to picket a
place of business thai has been declared "lnfair" if the picketing is ,1 n
in a peaceful manner, according to the
decision of Judge Ellsworth given heri
in tin. cas,. of Joseph Davis, a local
ri staurant man, against the Cool a A
Walters' Alliance
TORONTO   MINISTER  STARTED
HAUNIED   HOUSE   STOHY
Profile  of   Indian   No   Longer To   Deck
Smallest   Coin   of the   United
States.
Philadelphia, Feb 21 'lb.- inn..I
Sin.- mini in .hi- city will in a tew
da.- destroy the dies lr..iii which
in., present ono-cent pieces are made,
and  will  sink  'lie new   dies  with  the
Toronto. Feg.   Ji    Rev.    Byron  ii
Staffer,   pastor  ,d   ISoild   -Heel   Collgre-
Igation.'il   eh ii ich.
defendant   lu   an
Sheriff Seizes Mayor's Chair.
Winnipeg. F"b. -L���Slieriff tnkster
seized 'li��' mayor's chair at the City
ll;1H yesterday to satisfy a judgment
by O'Kelly Bros., contractors, for one
of tn.- City's   bridges.
action for damages brought by Mark
and Annie Maynard, Pape avenuo, Dr.
stauffer Is accused of being ihe originator of the story thai tin- house
was haunted,  resulting iu the place
Uving overrun by a crowd of curiosity
I hunters who tramped down the vines
and  destroyed    the Mowers    and  the
! peace of mind of tin- owners,
Frenchmen Fear Possible
Tariff War With America
bronze medal di dgn ol the head oi
Abraham Lincoln, as ordered by the
treasury department several days ago
i in- tamlllar Indian bead on the pres-
i nt penny wa- mnde many years ago
from a profile of Marie Cunningham,
a little Philadelphia girl, whose faih..r
was nn   employe,, of   the   niini
JACQUES LEDAUDY IS
ONCE MORE IN LIMELIGHT
Self styled   Emperor     of     the     Sahara
Reappears After Long Absence���
Crew   Mutinies
Madrid, Feb .1 I be n w ,,i the
yacht Dalla, the property <>f Jacques
Lebaudj, ; he "Emper u oi ihe Saba
rn,' mutinied ai sea off Santa Cruz
de ti Palme, ami ,,��� ci nted the captain from putting a; bat port, Lack
of coal compelled the yachi to put in
ai Sama Cm/ de Tenerlte.
'fhe mutineers were put ashore and
-.'lit   lo jail.
Jacques Lcbaudy, the Frenchman,
who Inherited thi millions which his
father had male ..in of sugar refining,
has   had  a   i.inai kable  career,       Five
years ago he proclaimed himself Emperor of the Sahara, bin his visionary
dream was -non dispelled.
WANTS  VEGETARIAN
TO  SWIM   CHANNEL
Paris,     Feb.     21.���French   exporters' Irons  efTcets   'o  them  of  the proposal
,,, greatly alarm, d at the possibility
,,f a tariff war with America. A dele-
eat i.m, consisting of representatives of
��� h,, French Chambers of Commerce
and the manufacturers of gloves, lace,
���rcelaln, perfumery, etc., called yesterday on Minister of Commerce
Crulppl and    pointed    out   the  dlsas-
to Impose advalorem duties In America, based on the prices there and not
in ihe country of origin.
Instead of an increase they Insisted
that lb- Frinch general tariff must he
reduced to a minimum line In order
i��� permit gnat.'" lasticlty in the
tariff negotiations which wore bound
ti: follow revision bere and in America,  would adopl their Ideas.
London. Feb
p.tliors in the
mln
tallied at
Vegetarian Cycling club
ers  of  at hie
-i.���Vegetarian  com-
i Uj mplc   games and
i   vegetarian athietes were enter-
ci  ban.piel  in  London by  the
Figlu hold*
���tic records  were present,
'i'h.- Hon. Neville L-ytton, who presided,  said iimi   vegetarian  athletes did
in..,,  than any on.- else to advance
th.- cause of food reform,   He believed
thai  if ihey could only produce a veg-
< taiiati  athlete  who could  swim the
fh inn.-1   next    summer   fully   three-
font Mu  oi   ih.   p. iiplc <f the  country
'l'he etsablishmeni of the Pres iy-
terian church iu this province dates
back lifty years, and thi- year steps
wlll be taken to celebrate it- golden
jubilee. l'he old buildim; adjoining
the presen.1 Bite Si. Andrews church
and used as a lecture room is the
niosi venerable landmark of ibis faith
on  ih.-  mainland,
Rev. i.vn Hail and Rev, Robert Ja-
inieson were the first missionaries of
the church on Vancouver island aud
ihe mainland of British Columbia, respectively, the former being commissioned ay the Irish Presbyterian
cnurch in 1859 and the latter by the
Canada Presbyterlau church in "the
year  1862,
The   First   Pastor.
'in.- Rev. Robert Jamieson, ou com
iii^ oui b* appointment of the Canada
Pri byterlan church. commenced
... . here, where he continued to la-
bi - excepi for a short time' spent in
the organization of a congregation and
th.. eri .tion of a church at .Nanaimo,
amidst the many discouragements Incidental to the fluctuations of a town
mainly dependent upon a restless and
constantly changing population, until
obliged in May. 1884, in consequence
of ill health, to resign his charge. As
a visible proof of a faithful mlnlstr)
he bit a thoroughly organized and
vigorous congregation with a comfortable church.
lhe first session of tlie church was
formed on March 24, 1S7S. and four
years later the church severed its con
nectlon with tho Church of Scotland
and since that time St. Andrews ha-
heeii in connection with the Cai-adiau
Presbyterian church. 'there have
been live settled pastors���Revs R. Jain:.-on. .1. S. McKay, T. Scouler. A.
E Vert ami the present pastor, lt>.\
.1. S. Henderson, 'lie re are now two
Other churches in the city, St. St.-
phens   and   Knox,   Sapperton
The Secoi.d Pastor.
In   ib..  sprins of  i.SS4  the late Rev.
.1.   S    McKaj    was   called   to   the   pa-
t.irate of St. Andrews,  where he con
tinned   to  labor   w lb   much     faithful
in--   and   success   until   compelled   hy
falling health, in the autumn of _885,
to seek change of climate and rest in
southern   California     After  spendin-
the   winter  there he  returned to his
liome ui  ih.. coun;..   .it Oxford, Ont,
where   his  short   but  fruitful  ministry
was   dosed   by   death   a   few  month'
afterward.    Paring  Rev.  Mr.  McKay.-
absence  and  the ensuing vacancy the
pulpit   was BUpplied  by Rev. J. S. Taylor, ol'  .Moose Jaw   N.  W. 'I'., for aboir
[om   months;  by   Rev   Mr.  Jamieson
and   by   neighboring  and visiting ministers.
Langley.
Owing io ibe tti.- iii eralitj of i n.
Colonial committee of the church of
Scotland, among other churches
founded in British Columbia was one
ai Langley under Mr Dunn, who con-
tlnued iu charge ..i Langley and associated -.tub.n- lor about ten years.
supplying nn extensive district, be-
-id.s being largely instrumental in th.-
election of two comfortable churches.
Mr I lun n was received by the genera,
assembly of lsm;. into the ministry of
the  church in Cuirida.
The First Presbytery.
In March, 1888, Rer. D, M. Cordon,
tin u of Winnipeg, by appointment ol
;h- general assembly, visited British
Columbia wiih tho view of conferring
wiih ministers and missionaries, then
laboring in lhe province, about meth
oils and plans f()r future work. Among
other recommendations adopted at the.
meeting held in Westminster was the
creation hy Ihe next general assembly
of ih. Presbyter, ot Columbia, This
recommendation having been adopted.
ih,, Presbyterj was convened and constituted in the obi st. Andrew's
Church, Westminster, in August :!,
ism; with ih,- following membership
roll: Messrs. R. .lamieson, moderator: i��. Fraser, T. c. Thomson, D. Mac-
Rae. .1 ChishGlm, S. .1. Taylor, J. A.
Jaffray and Alex Dunn, ministers; and
Alex, McDougall, Walter Clark and
Fitzgerald McCleary, elders. The
Presbytery of Coluinnia ha-- now been
-m.dlvld.d Into three parts, Westmln-
-tiT. Vancouver Island and Kamloops.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
M��NDAV, FEBRUARY22
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
Wanted-:- lost -:- found ||
for Sale ���:-To Rent-:-Etc. I
THE STAGE
Daniel   Sully.
The attraction at the o u ra   Louse
in Thursday wlll be Daniel Sully   In
WANTED���A 25-horsepower engine In his latesl and play "The Matchmaker'1
good working order.    Walsh Sash &   in   which  he  plays a  role  Biunili ir  to
Door Factory. New Westminster.      I thai  he created  and mab   famous in
 '"The  Parish  Priest."    He appears as
WANTED- Woman to assist in board-juhe pastor of a little church In a wes
Ing-house.     Wallace, Begble street.      ��� rn fw-n where the rough and ready
   people  have   but   little    consideration
WANTED���-Two hoys to sell papers in for church  affairs  and little pat'cnce
the morning    before   school on a with anything  of  a   religious   rni  n
'Dallv The    good-natured     priest,     however,
compels the respect and wins tht? .admiration of even  the rougliesi charac-
^ ters, and bow   he docs it is  told  In a
will
He  nioruing 	
salary   basis.    Apply  at   the
News,"   between   12  and   12:30  Saturday morning.
tunics triumph Of tasie ani thi ir faces
in most cases bewitching lair, s,, that I
though the results of Indulgence In
whiskey ware shown io lead in Peter
Stuyvesant's case to emp'oyniept In
a dime museum and awkward Importunities from an amorous lady Theoso-
phist the tip: Hug old Cutchman's
*.:,,  a, i features were to be envied.'
TRAPPED  IN  BASEMENT
CF A   BuHNINu   HOUSE
made in canada   I Bank of Motitrpai
k- 1 ^\ "W^ '^i 1 ESTABLISHED 1817 ^Ql
%mt
CAPITAL    	
RESERVE   	
Branches  throughout  Canada  and Newfoun
-'���'blOO.OQo.oo
"���000.000.oo
Nevi   v., :,    Fob.
ere  trapped  In   the
��� Ten yei'.ons!
basement of a
burning tenement on Hi tti j street yes-
terday and three cf tUtm were overcome by smoke    Lefcre    the Qremen
in ea,-   their   wa.   into    the  building.
Meanwhile other families in the building,    driven    to   thn    street     i y   the
flames,    were    terror-stricken    at the
.dgbt   of  the I" i'-on.-  In   ihe  basement i
dwelling,    .. ating    against    he  iron-1
barred window- In their efforts to    -:
cap. .        i lie   threo   pi is ns overcome
were quickly  revived,
confined to lower tloor
Inga
I
'i he  lii'ij wa.
of the  build-
or
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GIULETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
���m ___.ii��-'i
.AND  REGI&TRY  ACT.
,.in,i  New York. Chicago and Spokane, U. S. A., an I '.        ,' ''"''"���'
banking business  transacted. A Benertj|
Letters of Credit issued, available with  com
the world.
Savings   Bank   Department  -Deposits received
wards, ..ml interest  allowed al  3 percent, per
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   D    BRYMNER
Mils
and
��t
Man;
���Kr,|
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Mm
I   SPICES
J
���
OF ALL KINDS AT
RY ALL'S
DRUG
STORE
JURY    DISAGREES   ON
��� TEMPERANCE   BEER.
WANTED���Two boom
Apply foreman   Royal  City  Plant]
Mills. City.
I ecatur, 111., Feb. 21.���In a criminal
men at once .'.charming romantic comedy    with    ajoase    agalwi    the    Decatur Brewing
"'background of delicious comedy    and companj      ch.an.ed   with  violation  of
i,_Ith- loca   option law, the jury  yesterdaj  disa -leed.    The .-ai- of "tempe.-
WANTED���Dining-room girl. Apply
at once Gulchon hotel,
FOUND���Camera. Owner can have
same by proving property and pay-
ing for this .advertisement. Apply
Daily   News   business   office.
thrilling melodrama, In "'I he .Mate!
maki r" Sully bus the besl play h . has
overproduced and those who havi
enjoyed his splendid performance in
"The Parish Pries;" maj' be prepared
ir even ii greater treat.
WANTED���Small services from High
School girl In return for board and
lodging; must be fond of children.
Apply K. A., News Office.
The  Burgomaster.
The Montreal   Gazette   has   the  following to say of "file Burgomaster:"
"Packed to capacity, and   with stand
..:,, beei " w a - the foundation of the
prosecution. Judge W. C. Johns Instru i I the jury that the sali of malt
liquor, intoxicating or not, constituted
a  violal Ion of lhe law.
SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED.
PHONE 57,
LOST���Will   the   party   who   took   a
large   carpenter's   plane   from   Ed-
Was Aimed Directly at Japanese.
Honolulu,   Fob,   21-   The   Senate ol
���i     :��� -rltorlal leglslatn v yesti : lay ta-
hli  i  the  bill   prowl a ���  for    b    prohl
inn room In demand, the Academy of  bition   of  alien,  fram   fishing   ;u   11a-
Music  last   evening  presented  an  ac-Iwiilian   .raters.      lhe  measure, as  in
pect   in   keeping with   the   besl  tradi- troduced,  would    hav    affecti I  most
ti..ns o  former  seasons,    EstablishedIdlrectlj   many
in   previous   visits,     "Th.
Re a part  (30 acres) of th   north'        j
q ' irter of section   IS, township  ' '   I
New Westminster district. jx
Whereas proof of thi   loss or certl- ���
licate of title number 1150 F    la��ued   ������^^���^������������������������������������������������������^���������������������.^������������������������������4#iMH)i
in the name of Jame. LtVttg, Iwu been
filed iu this office.
Notice fs hereby given n.n I 'hall,
at tBe exptratteB of one manth from
the date of the firai publication hi ��� of
In a daily newspaper published In the
City 0- New Westminster, Issue a
flupllcate of tin. stud certificate unlb��s
ln the meantime v:li-i ibjecti.H be
made to me iiv writing
C. S. KEITH,
District Regis:rar of Tltlfeft
Land Registry Office, New Vest minster, ll. C. Feb. 3'rd, I9W.
Japanese   fishermen.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladi*'- from $12./-;
B. C. Mills, Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
['
SB   UP
Burgomaster," with accessories up to
mund. street station please return I faie< ;,t once renewed iis hold, and
same to Walker & Peer's real estate tbe strange adventures of the merry
office  Edmund,  station, Burnaby.    | old   i/utchman   were  witnessed   witd
 ������     J a-  much  laughter as ever.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl- Harry Hermsen is again In the role
lotta Antelll, R. A. M., London, Eng., of the Burgomaster, a host of merrl-
and of G, F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Ox- menl ln himself, and as "the suirmer
ford,, England, will give lessons injboy," Ruth White looks as attractive
singing and harmony. j as of wire in the garb of her opposite
WANTED���By March 1st, girl for gen
oral housework       Apply  Mrs. T. S.I
Annandale,  is;i Fourth street.
l^OST���Gentleman's brown kid
,;.pear  armouries,     Finder   kindly   1
turn  to  thi.  office.
iv^K SALE���Six lots, 60x120 each, corner Richmond and Eighth avenue;
$160 each; cash. A. L. Bryant, 1524
Charles street, Vancouver.
There   is   abundance  of catclr.   airs
hic���   v.ir.-    prolific   of   encores,   tne
wierfl song of the Indian Chief in Act
     a.- provoking  a   storm  of    applause.
love,! The chorus thai greeted the burgo-
" aster on 1 waking from his sleep of
��� iree hundred years added no li tie
to the succ ss cf the en'.erta'nment,
their r'ancing I elng gco '.  their   cus-
TO: EVENT���One largo furnished    bed I
jrtioiH, near library, suitable for two
AUp two small ones.   Rent reason
-abie;;  Apply 2ST Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services re-
U tjuU'.d-froni 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs, Dr
!______. Kpyal avenue.
Tuesday,   Pefo.  23
Silver Watches, gent-' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches- gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltitan a��d Elgin
watches.
Watch  .- pairing a specially.
F. CRAKE
i Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Groce'
Manuftsdurers and Ds-aters in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Fmish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
DoorJ
+* ..h-m-H-H* ���I"I"1-I"1"1-1"H-
i
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lj_5--ber Always in Stock for Fencing and Orainmg.|
Rayal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone 12. New Westminsl-I
o*o^_.*.o*o*o*oo40����*o��o*o��<:o��0at>o40*o^ ecc^OaK*.:*:*
A ""     is the
ortui
Look  over Henry's  catalogue
and  make out  your order for
- vr:
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
TVees. limits   n��e Supplies, etc.
No'wiitdy ag.-iil- to annoy you.
No danuigiefi-om fumigation.   No
'���leinV- rVf "cilsloirias.
VQUePBESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE "REST.
>i_eg ���, ������ ______
The Eminent Comedian,
Mr. Daniel Sully
in  his  Successful Comedy
���THE--
DANIEL SULLY.
Here   tomorrow   as   headliner   in
Matchmaker."
'The;
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
^Matchmaker
a r
o
o
4
BY   JERROLD   SHEPARD
A  pr.-tly story of romance with many'
laughs.       Second   Season   of   Success.
Prices 25c to $1.50.
Feb. u::.���naniei Sully.
Feb. 27.���The  Burgomaster.
March   1.���K.-rry   Cow.
March 3.���Stubborn L'ind> retta.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabiu.
March 24.���Harry LSeiesforil
April  2.���Marrying  Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 28.���The Gingerbr. 1  Man.
June  IU.���Nat Goodwin.
���THAT& OUR
BUSINE53
Every order placed with
us m-*an9 a satisfied customer.
li.RIWURK SlTISFfES
OCR PRICES ARK RiGiTT
Rates on work of a.ny description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New We-tTfllnsteJ-. Ptiori- 388    ���!���
T 4*
n-l,'l"t"l"I'*t"'*l'V ���M"l"i"i��i��4~J'��J-.4
Foreign  Drafts
We sell   dralti- al  lhe   loweet   rate -
.���tu- in c.reat  Britain-,.France,  Oermanj    Ital
European  countries, also cm all  parts ol   -��ia    v
-   k   Zealand and  Mexico.
Hankers' money orders sold, payahl.   i
la Canada.
Collections madb at the lowes-t raites
Ihi
1 HENRY'S:
I Nil Series I
Offices, ���Greenhouses' and   Seed    ���
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,   4
VJWieoUver/B.C, Branch Nursery,
��� lanoi South Vancouver.
lO-b.
Westminster  Opera House
EXTRA   SPECIAL!
ONE  MIOI.ltY   MUSICAL  NIGHT
' ii   ' a ' ', . .:.
Saturday, February 27.
Return ol last year's big favorite
i he MJurgomaster
^'AP^dcATfi'NS WANTED.
,[<J__9""a_   _" ..:   .    /���������(.   (d -.��� .
���' N/ijiii-i'-iiiin.. 'for tin. v��;siiY.m-0. citj
l'ill'Aille.'V'ioi'ine'CiC    of   N"W    W'est-
ni(ins\*;r will In- received bj me under-
. Higneii UP to March 1. at fl p. m.
,   . 4yjil.lca,nls  lo  .-'.ate  salary reunited,
liina^,j;cfitr.jlic'.s  ai-   to ' ability ' and   eK-
^^i-nc.'inj^n.clpal "��       '    [
,    .      , .,W- A. utlNCAiNCty C1,vk.
��3  !i-..i.O    "i*  :'.'."      _ toil  V    j ���       ���'
vMAKE,,Y.OyR AP. cAL to the public
though Oie columns of THE DAILY  1
.  ..NE^S. ..The  ryiprning  Paper.
MJOl ��� ::   li   has   .01     '���   ��� ���    '      "'.     :   -
IS IT POSSIBLE?
RUTH  WHITE
WHY, THE  IDEA!
HARRY   HERMSEN
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, CL Preston,
of Vancouver, U. C, farmer, luteud to
apply to the Honorable Chit. Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing leas, ou the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the cast shore of
Zayi. [aland, Port Simpson district,
aboul a mile south, of th- inouih Ol
Lake ccttftk, thence west across the
island to the shore, tin nee following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the point of commencement.
No. -j lease.���Zayas island, Ton
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No, l lease,
thence west across the island to the
share, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement,
C. W. PRESTON.
.Tan. 28, 1D09
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0*C)*0#O��0*C>*"KX>C*C>*O*O^ Q4<J4'J404'J'
Easterbrool. Milling Company.
Ebunrne,   ll. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel . . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.00   "     *
McQuarrie & Co.IiilliilI___l
FRONT STREET i-v^-vy  Westminster. Telephone*
And same lug compan.. of over HALF A HUNDRED PEOPLE, including  that spick,  span,   mucy, bewitching
Chorus of Kangaroo Girls.
SPECIAL -I have guaranteed this attraction six hundred dollars, and
will offer it at a special scab of prices. Entire lower floor,
$1.00; balcony, $1.00 and 7r.o; gallery, 60c. In order that everybody may, benefit by this wonderful theatrical bargain, curtain
will not ring up until 0 o'clock p.m.     Seat sale now open.
60   YEAR3*
tXPEr-ia-NCS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone nenrtlng a fkotch end dMerlntlon i_��y
'Illicitly ascertain oir opinion free whetlior an
In-entlnn B proh��l,ir patentnblo. Con.munlca.
tloi����trl-llym>nartentfal. HANDBOOK on 1-atouU
gent frea. Oldeit frano- fir tiSublg patenm.
J_S_R____^tJS��!"_* Mu"n Bo* recoly*
n-fi-loliuitlra, withoutcbarue, lathe
Scieniilic flmerlcan.
Ahaildaomely Ilium rnt.rd wuu-ly.   LnrBoBt dr-
_________.SM^ffl'S-Ifi0 Jot*���-,    'forma for
Sln_-w���l^ii,0r;.y,""��� p""u��1-' p����*m. wa b��
lyiUNN&Co,36'8'--'^.
BrancL 0__c��. & F Bt, WrtlngJoK D.
A Little Good
make, a b g. hot fire w��J
of poor coal Bends ont t J
our coal, because   it
at ail.
our c< ^^^^^^
goes farthest, makea
as!
ton tha11 ���"
must i
leaves very m.le ash _^J
*|     grade
no more per >         ,i!|
We   <l"liv''r  " '.,,*
Pull   *(IP
part of the city.     ���    o#|
always.    Telephone .^ur
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., U*
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
BNQUIRE K0H
Pamily Ra"
AT THE
Royal Cily H
Royal Avenue ��
lackU ��� MONDAY
FEBRUAR<  22,1909.
THE BATLY NEWS.
i'AUfi THREE
50OO
New
Post Cards
gMmnsssmns.       ���"'���*���:" -4- ''���_��*      .*.        a.      ._   "-''.��.   B.
a ��� I T >��   �� ���- -
received al
Morey's
Some ver
.    Some very
funny-
COME
Young People,    Attention ! I
Vou   can  receive   instruction *��� nIght -,--8eg at
\l
Columbian College
In   ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,   |
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW      PENMAN-   |
S
SHIP
All  or any  part   of lh.- above Tuesda;    and   Thursday  evenings   L\
from 7 to 9. *
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH f
gome .-ery sentimental
'vNi,   gEE   THEM   AT
IrMOREY'S
BE BOOK STORE
COLUMBIA   STREET.
WZSLEY'S
: Picture :
\0ST CARDS
RE  m av  ON SALE  AT
llOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
; QAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
BENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
[- p;, , mb>a   .tree*.
iransfer Co.
18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
��� i   promptly   to
v the city.
it aud Heavy Hauling
-1 PAM DEPOT.
.ce.
��� ii. .1   McQ ���
B. C, 01 cupa
. inagi ���. ads  t
ou to I'U'i'iv ������ the
1 lands   in  thi
���tmnlster:
<i      1 a po l   al
:        ���      orner  ol     lo      1390,
I   COI 1.       "'1 It
lUthw.   t '
.'. ���      ���
; :,���     of   eienii]. 'i
.....        V
IN  VIcQUARRIE,
OHM I'. BAGQS,
Agent.
��� 19th. 1908.
ND ACT.
Improvements at Lake Superior Plant.
Sauli  S ���    Marie,  Mich ,    Feb. 21.���
Mann ��� ,1  ,.,,, i.;,;,.. superior
lib li ',.., .nl    lak a ���
���  itallsts   yi   t'.l'-'.
.,   ii.a   the company
1 0111 n' in e  exten
,    ,.��� .,,,. 11   In : ih  fur- j
soma -i-.-i plant at the
Othi r    ��� 1 pi ove-1
Minv, fast, , b ��� Int. ntlon
il      I 'le     _;    ,1,-1    fi leel j
. i'i Ciiiiiiilii.      Ii  is reporl ' I ,
��� 1.   .llli erecl   ie w 1 lisi I
1
���.... ,, i :u      ���'. 1   1 mill
YUKON    MINERS    HAVE
NOTICE.
PLEN'i / OF CARIBOO
Cor. ,,.
0\
l_   , I
wo ,
si I
nai
Cm,a 1
II,.v
I '   II
< 11
lllli!
fill  !,
v.'   Hniiuke ter   Koo.eveit.
W''i' I' eb. 21.    Hy a   vote ol
1 ii he bu 11 .Minn ;ie ��� of the
coiiiniii ������ ,. ,,M judlclurj, which ha i
b<?i 11 Ii I um the merger of the
1 'ini' -��� , , .1 & iron Company and
tbe 1 ��� ii ��� Stat. ��� Steel Corporation,
>��� lei ded to reporl to the full
conn hai   President    Roosevelt
Wa    ti 1    1 il h ii-i.ed  to permit   the nb-1
1 The  1 ommlttee   found also
th Pre id,-n;   was equally  unaii-
thorl e 1 11 iir.-ei the attorney-general
not '. .ii . i fere with the mei sjer, an 1
noi ���'��� c     the   federal statutes
I:
Dawson, l-V_. 19, '..., j miner on
Miller and Glacier cr.a-ks has four to
li.ve caribou In h;s cache, and could
have many more. Several al.-., are
wi II supplied  with  moo e
"I Inn Ired; of thousands of caril ou,'1
saj a \\. E. Hague, the Miller-Glacier
earlier of the Dav,son News, "are
ranging In the vicinity of the head of
the Slxtj Mile river, and on the -mailer creeks tli" game has been 0 plentiful thai every miner, has bad
bin n Hhor| distance from his home
10 ���-��� 'i all the Arctic dei r that he needs
for ihe winter,
"At the bead of California creek,
just over the divide from Swede creek,
less ifian forty miles from  Dawson, I
passed  twenty-live  DlOOSe while on  the
Of Application for Wharf and Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
Notice is hereby given that I the
undersigned, E. Merer, of the City of
New Westminster, 11, C., Contractor,
having applied to Hla Excellency the
Governor-in-Counoil for the approval
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate 011
the north shore of Lulu Island on tht
North Arm of the Fraser Rlvor hav
deposited witn the Honorable the
> Minister of Public Works at Ottawa,
plans of "aid wharf and slip way
whii h 1 propose to construct on hind
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
757, group one, New Westminster District,   together  with   a description  of
the pro; used site described by mete.��
lasi trip to Dawson, They are excep-land bounds; and have also deposited
tlonally plentiful this year, a duplicate of each in the office   of
"The great band of 1 arlhou at the
head of the Sixty-Mil.- is 'ho same
thai roamed acrOS8 the country a year
ago.   hound   toward  the  White.    They
tho Registrar of Deeds for .the said
District of New Westminster, in which
District the work Is proposed to bo
constructed;   in   accordance   with   tbe
have been moving northward and west- requirements of Section 7 of tho
ward tbi- winter, countermarching "Navigable Waters Protection Act,"
over  their  la-t   winter's   course." Cop. 115, R. S. C, 1906.
Dated at  New   Westminster,  B. c
ibis 30th day of January, A. D. 1909.
K. MERCER.
Grand Trunk Ry.
V
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
hamilion, ToiW;%
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VA'uX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket.
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
(.:'
Wesin   nster Land  District.
District   of  Sayward.
i.e. W.   Pn ston,
icupatlon  fu. ni r,  In-
permission to   pur-
.1 1 descrl .ed lands;
1  ,n, ;   planted  on
.-.null Twin Island,
,,���    bur.,    easterly,
northerly    and
,..im of   commence-
���   whole Island con
more or Ii
PRESTON.
"Water Clauses Consolidation New Spring Goods ���
Act 1897 and Amending
Acts,"
Harry   Hermsen   in   "The   Burgomaster."
JUST   ARRIVED.
Bxactlj   the   material  you   wanl   for
suits made to order.    Perfect lit guai
an teed.
TEN HANDSOME
Tenders  for  Shops   East  of   Wini-,ipe-_-
Si ali d ' mders addressi d to th    11
ibi.signed and marked on the 1 DV( lop..
"Tender for Shops," will  be receivi
ai  the office of 'I he ('onimi -   oers ol
the Transcontinental Railway   at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon, of the lOt]
day of March,  I! i9, for the construe
1 on and ��� rei Lion complete, in accordant'.��� with th    plan, and specifications
of  the  Commissioners of shops east
of Winnipeg.
Plans, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr. Hugh
H. Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa.
Ont.,   and Mi.  S. It.   Poulin,    district
Vancouver  Power  Co.. Ltd.
Notice of Application for Further Certificate   of   Approval.
HEE CHUNG!
Merchant Tailor X
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster,   f
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
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i Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied by
the   Commissioners,   which    may     be
4y. had   on   application   to   Mr.   Hugh   I).
T  Lumsden, chief 1 ugineer, Ottawa, Onf.
SETS!
|lNTEER    BOUNTY     ACT,    .908.
*' '   NG  TO  PURCHASERS.
: I  of the  right of  -
P' . e, r entitled to  a
by  way  of ap-
lltute and must he
��� l by the Act.
V a is called to Sub-
���* '  -a ���> of the Volunteer
���. which provides thai
if the right  of a vol-
lolntment of a sub-
Notlce Is berebj glvi n uppienii a
a,, to Uu- notice ..1 the -i'.i day of
December, LOOS, that, two weeks after
,1,,,,' ajipliratii.il w 11 bu made whi 11
application Is made in pursuance to
lh,. notice of the said 24th day of De
cember, 1908, tor' u further certificate
of approval (to be included iu the one
oerUQcate of approval)  of i's further     Hon
matte, of ib- con- 2:30 to 5; evening, f:30 to 10.   Admit-
single .-.   .-ion  I'"',   skates   25c.     On   Saturdays
point   in to  1-'.  school children    under    12
will be furnished skates for 10c.   Com-
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW "   OF P. HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes   Streets.
Morning, id to 12; afternoon
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GIVEN AWAY
of    Royal
and    com-
ippear    In
of each  month,   Ten  persona will    each
uu presents, without eost monthly, The nutii-
<su
till.
1 cepted or recognized
of   the   Interior
undertaking In tm
structlon and op. ration <.f a
double nack tramway from a
ai or 11. ar the New Westminster June
tion of the Canadian Pacific rallwaj
where the branch line to the City of
New Westminster branches off to the
City of New Westminster to n l|llillt
at or near ihe southerly end of Lake
Coquitlam,   with   the   necessary
side
iraeks  and  turnouts  and branches  for
ihe  passage of cars,  teams, carriages
j" warrant for the landI����� oth��rf Vf %\  ,^1 exercise
���f      '     i- the Minister of MlllUs. ��� same and to build bridges and ex<
I'1'1'1"      ��� '.ivur of the volunteer.
��������� W tlRRENWAY,
I ir of Dominion
mutation tickets now on sale.
A  183,
'Phone
any of the powers tu Bet forth i'1 ''
lion 96 Of the Water Clauses Con oil
daiion  Act,  IS!i7,  with  among!
HECI-.
, other powers tne power to tnk>. 'ran
Lands, Ottawa.    ��� .    ,,,,,1   ore,
 I fer and carry   passengers   ana   01
minerals  and   freight   upon  tbe  t'';""'
I way by the force or power of animals
or Sttch steam, electric, water 01 other
motive power as tho Company ��KI-
iw; 1     ii j deem expedient.
��UU  UULi-^^lB^ ]    And upon such application all   tne
."' for friends In the old 1 usual nnd necessary powers to 1,lH>
f ri   ''' liekels      nl       itil-innrl    nffnel unllv    rni-i-v    ollt       the
ITHVI-MJI _r__l
*I_*NTtC STEAMSHIPS
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tickets    at    this land  effectually  carry  out
proposed  fi
applied for.
' money and prevent I proposed  further undertaking wl'l
Balls from
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par-
11   COULKT
Agent.
Dated a; the City of Vancouver,
th,. Province or British Columbia, tl
""'h day of January, .vn. 1909
VANCOUVER POWER CO., t-TD
it. II. Sperling, general mana***
j. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water..
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
\V,   .   ,���   viva- a numbered loupon In euch   I9-lb   -.oi,
Standard Flourili.it leavi       ill   mills,    Save your 1
pare them each month with the lucky numbers that will
tlila space In the first i
rei < Ivi  one ol these elei
will be announced In the first issue of the month,   All the pei
sons holding a duplicate of these numbers has to do Is to return li to
ih. and we will deliver free of all charges, a handsome 109 piece dinner set.    You will find all the details of the contest on the back of
each coupon.
In buying Royal Standard Flour you will secure the most delicious,
nutritious and  healthful  bread Hour on the market.
Manufactured  only  by
I Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
����������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������� ������������������������
Each tender   must   he signed    and
1 sealed by all the parties 10 the tendi  .
.unl witnessed, and be accompanied bj
' an   aeeeoted  ch- que    on    a charti re
Hank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the order of the Commissioner!
of  the   Transcontinental  Railway foi
1 the Bum of one hundred thousand dol
lars ($100,1 1,
The cheque deposited by the   part
1 whose tender Is accepted  will be di
posited  i" *b" credit of th.- Receive
General of Canada as security for th
due and faithful performance of   the
contract    according    to    its    terms.
Cheques deposited by   parties   whose
'tenders are rejected will lie returned
! within ten days after the signing oi
' the contract,
The rlghl Is reserved to reject a".v
or all tenders.
By order.
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretar
The Commissioners of the Transeo
linental Railway.
Hated at Ottawa. ;t0th January, 190...
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Commissioners will not he paid for It.
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PHONE   370.
Advertising and Circulation
THE Daily NEWS, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for;. mos.
The Stan hard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions .ind Advertisements solicited for the above publications
CHARLES   E.  SANDS,  Agent
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22
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THE   DAIL.   NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRuARY
ENGINEERS   UND A   BURIED
FORt-T  IN  NEW  JERSEY
Published by The Dally News Publish-j ���
tag Company, Umlted. at their offices,      New   York,   Feb.   _1,   Army  engln-
New erse who are boring lor nn additional
water supply on the Sandy Hook mil'--
lary reservation, have discovered what
Palge Managing Director | is believed to be a buried prehistoric
forest on the New Jersey coast. A
broad stratum of wood was struck bj
test pipes 400 feel down. TwentJ
feel of this wood was bored through
and an investigation Is being made in,
The Daily News
���orner of sixth and From street
Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.
"GET THE  HABIT'
Writing Tablets
SPECIAL  TODAY,
Fraser River Service J
Str. Ramona
���^���������������������^^������^^^���^���^���������������^������n^
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
EACH
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1909.      , the interest of archaeology.
GOVERNMENT   AND   LABOR.
JUDGE   GRANTS   THIRTY-TWO
DIVORCES  IN  FIVE HOURS.
\Y.
. glud to see the pessimistic
views of the labor delegates who
wilted  on  the  provincial    executive
,.,,K  lasi  week Were ii little prcnuillll*e
and   thai   th(
prepared to accede to some of the
New York, Feb. 21.���All within the
spaci.. of five hours thirty-two absolute
divorces     were     mauled     by     Justice
Thomas In Brooklyn yesterday.     The
McBride administration j record case was disposed of In three
minutes.      This     i.icak all    Brooklyn
divorce    records.      The  dispatch    in
jusi wants of labor. j which  the  legal   machinery   moved   Is
The restoration of hand loggers' H-1 attributable to the fact that none of
censes  will   be  welcomed  by  a large the rases was defended.
i ody of men who have Buffered con-1
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
Is
siderably as a resull of th.- decision
la i year to abolish this privilege
mostly in-ui who are unable to secure
employment  except  In  the woods
If the minlsti r of education devises
a satisfactory system of night schools,
the educational system of the province
will lake a groat progressive step,
particularly if  technical  rather
TWENTY  THOUSANu  ACRES
OF TlMbER  LAND  BOUGH I
Vancouver, B. C, Feb, 21.���Twenty
thousand acres of timber lands 200
miles north of Vancouver has just
be.-n purchased by J. M. 'fuller, manager in British Columbia for i'. it
Pendleton, H. G. Qilk-Ie & Company,
who have large timber holdings In
than Washington state.     There is estimat-
TENDERS WANTED.
I 	
j 'fenders will be received by the U
| dersigned up to March 5th, at 5 p.m.
for numbering all the houses in the
city, the numbering to be done on th"
block system Tenderers to submit
samples of figures to bo used, and to
state time for completion of the work.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City Hall,  New    Westminster, Feb.
18, 1.09.
TUESDAY.    THURSDAY     AND  SAT
URDAY.
���ii s a in., (ailing at following points: j
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Sllverdale, Mi
l.elunaii,     Matsqui,     .Mission.     Hatzic,
Delvdn.y. Nicomen Island, Sumas and
Chilliwack.    Returning  leaves  Chilli-
\/icl' on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7  a.m.    Excellent'   passengeri
accomodation,   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT   CO.,   Ltd.
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New Westminster.
Slater's
Shoes
I For
Men
My EnUnisj
"���"���a
��v-r81"-' * .,	
""���""������� ���
tion   of
his first
SUlt   of   the
success, but
increasing
is th.
of Slate
popul.
Ji.t)
MUNICIPALITY    OF    BURNABY.
academic Instruction  is supported  In ed to be r.O.inju.OuiJ feet of timber on
, the tract,
the curriculum,
A factory  inspector has long been'        The Panama Libel Defendants.
wanted, and as has been  urged  from      Washington, Feb. 21,���Certified cop-
time   to   time   in tbis   column,   when les of tho indictments against Joseph
appointed    he will have a busy time I Pulitzer, Caleb M. Van llamiu, Robert
devising    a     .system      and     carrying
through a rougii inspection, in fact it
will  lake  live  years  before  the conditions   in   British   Columbia   industries
may be regarded as anything like satisfactory  in  the   wage  earner  in  this
respect.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
has this day deposited In the Land
Ke.'.i tr. Office iu the City of New
Westminster, British Columbia, the
plan and book of reference of its
Westmin-ter-Cliilliwack Railway  from
the town of Huntingdon ty U'. City
of Chilliwack, passing through the
municipalities of Sumas and Chilliwack and the town of Huntingdon
and ihe cltj of Chilliwack. being sec-
t'ons four (i) and five (.".) of the said
railway  as   shown   on   tile said   plan
i
ii
... Lyman. Delevan Smith and Charles
It. Williams, together with bench warrants for their arrest, will be sent to
New York and Indianapolis on .Monday. The next procedure will be for
the United States attorneys In New-
York and Indianapolis to -wear out
warrants for the arrest and removal
We   shall  await   with     int.rest   thej to  this jurisdiction of the defendants.
government's attitude ou the Immigra- .	
tion problem, in view of statements Taft Cabinet Nearing Completion,
of the Salvation Army, and other; Columbus, O.. Feb. 21.���J, M. Dick-
emigrating officials, but devise somejlnson, of Tennessee, will bi secretary
lystem of bringing suitable white im- _f war [- .;i,. Taft cabinet; ( I
migrants lhe ministry must, to popu Nagel. of St. Louts, will be Mr. i'a ft -
bile the province, and keep under secretary of commerce and labor, ai I
control the late Orii ntal  Influx. Ft,  \
Province   of British  Columbia.
Dated   this     12th   day   of  January, j \
11909. {;
A. E. BECK. !
! Solicitor   for   Vancouver  Power  Com-l!
pany, Limited.
'leader.- will be received for the d
livery of 500 yards Of rock of not more Ian(^ approved by the Chief Commis-
than 8 Inches in diameter on lhe Vaii-l sioner of Lands  and  Works   for   the
couver-Wi ..itminster road between Edmonds   station   and   Royal Oak   real.
and 500 yards between Royal oak coal
and Centra] Park.     Tenders will also
be   received     for   500    yards  on   the
Hastings    road     between      LakevleW
school house and Deer lake creek. The
rocks are to be placed on the boule-i
vard in lots of not le.���� -than 100 yards, ���
where directed by the board pf works.
Tenders to be at the Municipal hall.     Tenders will be I si ������; ��� I by the un'--
Burnaby, not later than 4 p.m. on Fri���  dersigned   up   to   Mini fv. .    the    22nd
day, February 20th, 1909, and to quo-.   ������...    b,  -  ,, ln   ,-,,,. BUppJy of clotnmg
price per cubic yard.     Lowest or any  to  the  City   Police   and   Firemen   for
tender not necessarily accepted. the current  year. I
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.        |     Specifications   can   b
P O. Drawer 10, office.
New Westmnlster, B.C      The lowest or any tender
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$6.50
n-t -Mc 1
date feat-,-. ombodied.f
to  the   honest
values
Let  me
show you the
the   Slater   patent
them 1
va'ue oi i
"Treadslriiin" Lasts
"Bend" Suit Left,
"Reinforced" taks
"Stay Up" Box lo.
and other Slater features.
Slaters have a unique combi,-.]
tion of advantages not found,
ordinary shoe.,
Profit   by    Otl
BUY   SLATER'S
;;.
SOLD ONLY   BY
W. E. SINCLAIR
"ENDERS WANTED.
Columbia   Street.   New  Westminster.
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not   nee
through the columns of THE DAILV ;
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper. City Hall, Fe
City  Clerl
II. 19 "
'    "   ~       ~"*      essariiy accepted,
Balllnger will be secretarj bei MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL to the  public W.  A.  DUNCAN.
More information Is promised on the Interior.     This    statement    Is   mad
adoption   of an   eight-hour's   day   for  upon the announcement of Mi   Tafi
governvment laborers and other auxll ;	
lary problems, though we think it will
be some time before any of the pi ���
, .sals outlined can be pul In practlci
The replies on the whole may e regarded as satisfactory, bin promises
net  always  performances.
EAT   FISH.
We wish to draw attention to the
effort being made by the federal governmenl io popularize the sale of
ii'esh fish in Ontario, and the western
provinces. The department, of trade
and commerce has issued some Information on the subject to which we
trust wide publicity will be given In
the cities of the middle west, and
particularly among the numerous
farming communities, ou the prairies,
where practically no Bsh except from
local creeks and rivers is ever seen,
l'he decision of the department primarily   concerns   the  maritime   prov-
S3
I
00 Worth
of Children's
Shoes opened
up this week.
We have un-
| packed the lar
gest consignment of Children's Shoes
that ever came J_^
9
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMESEMY 8 ANDERSON       Columbia!
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:        WATCH REPAIRS.
I Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? I'-i
��� .so bring the watch to us and we will put it ingot
��� order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEg|
I ACCURATE TIME.
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN  THLi__i^
��� COLUMBIA   STR��feT,    NEW  WESTMINSTER
j Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch  Movement!
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mcea .eeking by a eubsidued f__t W to   hand���Children's   Shoesof  every  description. W
refrigerator   car   serilce   over  the   In-  CHS        ____._. u *" LU
  '  82 OXFORD    SLIPPERS,   LACE    BLUCHERS    and PJ
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
PHILLIPS,
freah salt-water fish In -tisy access to
he populous cities   oh the St.  Law.
$ BUTTON, in Black, Brown, White and Tan.    We j&
o����w_""'_��� ,!r'',!*.,,Z"'ir,��:w control the agencies for the best line of Children's (ty
;:r���,;r:���:;, ::;���,:,;:;,:::: m ^,.Ask.for the "classic,- and also the -in- g
���.     u,iu a III lllli 11 I.I        |  a I     HI I       a��K '    " ill
^'���.vth..Kraserr,v.,,.���c.,poss,    M STR1 CTCR" Shoe  for children, and you  get the ?S
a  world-famous In the Balmon Pm 7 ^ �� uM
Remarkable Values of
Men's Odd PanUl
fisheries, and lind- a market for tin.
freah produce shipped by refrigerator car. very largelj In the northwest.
Canadian dsherles are not sufllcleni
].. exploited and adequate profits do
not accrue to the fishermen, There
must be a better display on the lish-
monger's stalls, to invite consumers
to buy. A campaign of education is
required to show people in the into-
��� ' i and inland parts of the conutry
hov,   to prepare appetizing dishes from
ti.-h, encourage more attention to the
fish  course  in  hotels,  on   dining  cars,
and other occasions when ii Is Berved,|
rather by custom  tlrm  as a "delicacy.
What  more  admirable  dish  can  be
served ihau Fraser nockeyeB, If fresh
from th,- river, suih as can only be
���uen   by  a   prompt   refrlgeratcr  ser*
. Ice e.Mbound'.'
We hope this  ii nttor    r ill  receive
thi   attention of all parties. wholeBal
, middlemen, ��� ��� inllors nnd consum-
.-rs   aai  Canada   in i ���   j ei   become B
choice of the
celebrated
"Nature-Shaped"
Up-to-Date Shoes
$1500
WORTH.
$3.75 and $4.00 Values for $3.00.
Th.
eae irousers are mad,, froi
pantings.   Coming In brown.
Check and stripe patterns, al
use an extra pair of trousers am
it  is;   $3.75  all(| |jt,,0  vai���t.8  f(
tin-  finest  Scotch twe.
mixtures, with nea
<ht und dark grej'
plain   iiiavy   serge
If you want a ge
i    :y man
iin.il-  bargain
r
5.3.00 j
50c Buys Odd Pants, Extra Good Value at 50c
We
Thej nn  made or I
school w.-ar; they'
salt mixture, strlpejl
check patterns,     Sizes 21  to .::.      while  they last at 'his 1*1 . ]
price     ������"���
nave just a limited number at this price.
strong Halifax tweed, just tho proper kind for
colorings Of grey, .brown, pepper and
in dark
,i ii eating
whole nine
murkPt.
counti y.
fish   will
8
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARQE8T   8HOE   HOU8E
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
IN  B. C.
$1.50 Sweaters for $1.00.
These are made of good, strong Canadian  yarn  elastic
knit
w.ili
iflli
collar in plain, navy onh
Regular  |1.60,  for   ...
There are live dozen only at
tbi- pri*
$1.00
PHILLIPS,
209211 COLUMBIA ST.
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS MONDAY. F-BRUARY 22. 1909.
fl-eCasb Stores
T. H. Smith
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE' FIVE
N-KWHSHmrq
The Cash Stores
NewGoods
ARRIVING DAILY
-ver, ,,, e.-s new goods opened up In all the departments, The
ffliole stoi Is aglow with the atmosphere of Spring. Particularly so
is thl- fact evidenced in the Ready-to-wear Department, which is now
teemlng with dainty creations, representing all that . new and
authentic In Women'. Wear. Wc  cordially   invite   you   to  com.,   and
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I City News!
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The
annual   meeting  of   the  \Vest-|    Thi
Issue of the B. C. Farmer
minste, iv   ,,,,,y ���r u,c Presbyterian I and ,,,.UJ! Qrowe_ h.(s reached th,H ol,
church win be held tomorrow in Van- 	
couver ,lct'      -Naturally    much    attention is
Inspect th'   ii
1909.
ew goods.     FamlHarizi
If with the new styles for
Some odds and ends must go
to make room for new goods
75c to $1.25 Women's
Waists for 35c
. ,   ��� 60 white and colored Lawn Waists     The balance of last  sea
suv -tock.     Values up to $1.23 will be sold without reserve at 35c.
A good tp ii -a ra nee ls .an invaluable
asset, um ,i luxury, but a necessity.
King up B278 and lei us renovate your
clothes,      [loyal City Dye Works     **
Another detachment of prisoners
i was moved on Saturday from the pro-
! vincial gaol to Victoria, owing to the
| overcrowding of the local Institution.
All de,lie. s handle "ti. C." and "Old
Sport"     cigars.       The     old    reliable.
] brands. **
Ai the borne of Mrs. Pearce, Milton,
street   tomorrow    afternoon    the    Wo-
I men's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbia
hospital will hold a tea In aid of the
funds of that  Institution,
Knock the cover off _ box of "B.
! C." cigars and try oue. It will make
'a "hit." ���*��
���    the    PraBer    valley .and  Its
a'   ��� iltural possibilities,     The princl
i".1 ��� tide d.al- with -'Succ.-ss In Land
Cleai ing."
Special services at me West End
Methodist church will be continued
everj evening this week, with the exception of Tuesday, when the quarterly official board meeting will be
held ai the parsonage. Rev. ('.. s,
ll'iiii will assist Rev, P. A. Magee at
the senile-   throughout   the  week.
Rev,   David
am,'
U.   IJ,   of   Fair
Special!      Special!
WE  WILL  PUR.NISH  Y-Ql'R BEDROOM   FOR
$39.00
AND UP
Consisting of 1 rug. _ shades, 2 poles,  2  sets trimmings, 2  pall  [ace curtains,   I   iron bed,  1  spring, 1  mattress, 2 sheets,  1  pair   blanket.-1,    1  coin
forter,  1   pair pillows,   I   pair pillow-cases, 1    table,    1    chair.    1 rocket
dresser and stand.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster-fB.C.,
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
Easy Terms
view Presbyterian church   Vancouver,
will lecture tonight in St. Andrews'
church on the subject "Under Italian
Ski. ," The lecture is under the
auspices of the  Ladle ' Aid society.
Superb Showing of New
Dress Ginghams at 15c
:     , ���,.    ,,f Dress Gingham ai 15c   er yar I   In mai    bi autil il
effects.     Check, stripe and p   ifl      _ou (Vftflt to see these
ij   wash goods to appreciate  their intrinafc beauty       All ai  one
camel)   per yard, 15c,
First Showing of
New Ramie Linens
following is an extract from New  York's le   ting fashion magazine, Dr   Goods Economist. February 13, 1909:
"NEW   RAMIE   LINENS \
Vmong the specialties brought out have been suits In novelty
amli  linens, white as well as pastel   tones     elng   represented,
rhe    linens have the rough and uneven weave of tussah silks,
tnd a brilliant  lustrouj   surface given through a special finish.
They hav,- been ordered by   the  most  representative houses
���   i limit tb.- country and their   initial    showing   in    garment
h i - '. n most successful."
have a stock ol this ultra ta i    ���.   ....    laterlal lo hand   in plain
in. . i dors, such as navy, pale blue, robin-egg bl i�� , pastille, new
v   ',', bite, eti    all ,.t   :"       . j ird.
First Showing of New Bordered Muslins at 20c Yd.
!l  ...    .1, N'.w Chantilly Batiste with new  i :.:���������
���     ....... colors, in  most charming    effect.      Price this  line,
. . ud.
vai    arrangements    have    ben
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       hiade  for  the production  locally next
,   ,. . it. Saturday of "The   Burgomaster," all
a   large  consignment    oi    sawmill
machinery i, being des, bed to Ni- --wnstairs  seata being offered at |1,|
comen  from  th.   C.P.R   depot,   which  >t having been necessary for the man
,      i    ,, i.. ��� , .        n   .1 agement to give the show a guarantee
I lias b.eii brought up from Portland via
- .     ,. .. of S600 to insure its playing her,-.    To
Great   Northern railway,
I permit merchants and their employei -
1    For first-class cut flowers and   any '�� witness   the  full   performance  the
kind    of    Floral      work,     telephone curtain will not rise until 9 o'clock,    j
i Davie.' Greenhouse, B208. ** _ _  _     , ,       , ..    _
D. D. Bourke, ex-warden of the B. C.
The   Marion   steam shovel,  belong- penitentiary, who has been preparing'
ing to the Guthrie company, which haajfor the press a series of articles deal-   J
recently  been iu use by the C. P. R. inK w,tn mison administration ami dis-
iu this district, was shipped yesterday  .^^ mor- particularly ia conneCtton
to  Vancouver,  en route  for the  B.  C,   ..-���,   Ue   ml,   Mhu.r ov,iso(k,   is  con.!
Modern  9-room house on Third  a-ve-
nue, cornel' loi', in corxi repair;  i _ city
car  line.     Pric-   $2590.     Terms   tf.00
cash,   balance  on   monthly   payment-
interest 8  p-r cent.      MOVE QlhCK.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN   -
b*o*o*<>��o*o*oo*o*o*o*o*o*o o^o^o^oto^o^c:��*��^-*��*��*.^
i
interurban line, to operate in one of
the cuts south if Cedftr Cottage in
connection with the doubl, tracking
now going forward there.
On account of the National Sports
club requiring the premises for the
invitation smoker to Ihe Australian
Rugby players tonight, the regulai
meeting of the Vancouver di'srict
league will be held tomorrow, and the
local executive will meet tonight
tn deal witli matters which shouM
come up before the league gathering
j later.
The American barkentlne James
I .lohn.-om arrived tu the river on Saturday, and proceeded at once to the
; Praser Mill- to load luml er for the
s ith. This Is the second ship in
the harbor loading lumber, the Lord
Sbaftsbury not having completed her
cargo for Sydney yet. Tli. Lonsdale
will be here again shortly, probably
early next  week.
SOLE    AGENT    FOR    THE    ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET.   SOLE
AGENT   FOR   THE  D. AND A.  CORSET.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
lined  to  his  room, having  suffered  al
li.-mmon-hage early on Saturday.    As
soon  tis  he is sufficiently    recovered, i
Mr. Bourke may decide to '.ake a trip
to  Ottawa  to  interview   the  heads  of;
tlie  debarment of justice.
A long meeting of the city council
is   expected   tonight,     the    estimates
coming under consideration, and  -Ur.
McParlane is to explain the system of,
refuse   destruction   which   he    repre-|
sents     For this reason the reception1
of  a   delegation from   the   Municipal
committee of the board of trade has
been postponed to a date to be fixed:
tt has   been   arranged   to grant a  ten ���
years lease to the St. Mungo Cannery!
of Its present   tots om the waterfront \
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���the "Brlllante," made by the
B.  C.  Cigar factory. ���**
In tlu- course i-f   an    interview on
; "nixies." or fetters insufficiently or im"
Rev.  and Mrs.  I.   3,  Hun*  who re- properly ,uldr<.ss(.,--  superintendent of
Cently  attended   the  Manitoba  Mo tho-! 	
, .��� , ._        Railway  Mail  Service McLeod of \ an-
dist conference, will be guns-ia of Rev. .       ,
, ,,      ,,   ,   ,, ... , couver savs the most singular one was
and Mrs. F. A. Magee,. this week. , ...
i mailed years ..go in this city addressed
A character party, held tinder the|t0 "Mary, Hea-ven's Uate, Care of St.
auspices of the West End Methodist Peter." It was one- of several mailed
Epworth league, will be held, on Tues-|by a resident whose mind was affected
day evening at  the residence of Mrs. | by  the  death of    his  only daughter,
��� ���
Order Your
Bran,        Shorts,       Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,       Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry.
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour   _
Wheatlets, Etc;, Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Plfpne 335.
186 C-lur-rbia   Street.
, LTD.
P.  O.  Drawer 100.
G.-orgo Adams.  Twelfth sue--.
Mary,   to  whom  he   was   endeavoring
^���^���������������^^���������^���������������������������������������������M ���*������'****'**+*$
MacKay's Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases and Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J.J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers Stationers News Dealers    J
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j Electric Railway Service |
Philllppo    BenediUd,      the    Italian j
charged   with  wounding iu connection
With  the  Fourteenth street    boarding
car affray   two  weeks  ago,  will come,
I up  for  trial today.
For table decorations aud   wedding
| bouquets���a specialty. Uiug u.p    Tidy, j
1 the Florist. 184. *���
Extensive preparations hive been
tnu.le for the entertainment to be given this evening In St. Patrick's hall,
bv the Vancouver Dramatic Choral
und Dramatic society, commencing at
-. o'clock, and which will consist of
choral selections, ,an operetta "Two
Blind Beggars," and a screaming farce
��� My Turn Next."
to write.
A meeting; between, representatives
of the Union, of. B. Ci Municipalities-)
and the Board of Management of the
B, C. Land Survey Corporation was
held on Saturday in the board of trade
rooms at which the Provincial Surveyor-General, E. B. McKay, presided
The matter discussed was the approval
of the mode of procedure as to the
planning of subdivisions by the Muni-
ul totinclls. A. satisfactory arrangement to both parties was arrived at
and will be published in duo course.
Mayor Keary attended as president
of the union.
Whew, you want
Phone 97	
GROCERIES
���3.-.t Hams, per lb.   ��� ���-g} 18c
'deal Soda Biscuits. j-k-Jt tin ....25c
FTumtley & FUlm^r L-kvu.i', 2 pk 25c
Big Navel Oranges, per doz 23c
N'o: 1  Higjtllaad Potatoes, sack $1.25
Three packages Force for  10c
Milk (Bliu Ribbon, brami., eat ..10c
Milk (Canadian brand),, two for 25c
Corn and Peas, can 10c
Tomatoes, two per   25c-
Te.asi an-.i coffees- are a specialty with us; try a package j�� Ral.awana
C,-;*ion tea ait 3ac or three pounds for J1.00. Be&t Mocha and Java tresis
.-,-rrrund aoffe-*; 40c pec lb.; or wi can give you th* best value ;_ the city for
2eir per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS.
i
Interurban  Line.
i   lor Vancouver  and way
:,;i"n-   will   run  every half
ll"'"'  from   6:50  a. m. Last
' ���'' leaves at 11 p, m.
'���;' ' car leaves Vancouver at
"��� 30 p.m.
1 ara leave  the   depot   every
minutes   for  both  Bap-
'" and city limits ov. r the
c|ty   lin...
City   Line*.   Cars   leave   tram  ,,
office on the hour, twenty mm-
���tes   after,   and   forty    minute    ���
. a   fl. 91)    l     Ul
after, commencing at i'*-"
Sapperton   Line:   Cars
leave
at'ten'minute. after -ho hour, j
halt past and fifty minutes att^r j
the hour, commencing :l
You Will Make
a big mistake if you do not come to
our store whin you want furniture for
;,ny room iu. your house, whether it be
Big
PREACHER. "W:ITS-  TIES
TO FILL THjg_PUl_J-J*l,T
I
or little.      No matter if you have only
B little
a.  m.
���vlf-h-^^ ���",'
Sunday service
tween 8:80 a. ni. and ����� 1
Money
you can make it go farther if you COfflw
here than if you go anywhere else.
Whatever you want in any line tome,
here  first.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Chicago. Feb. 21.���In civrxying out a
rule of the Methodist church, never
to disappoint an audience, it it is possible to avoid doing so, tbe Rev. D. D.
Vaughan walked over railroad, ties a
distance of eight miles, and for the
last quarter of a mile rode on a switch
engine, in order to get to- church,
where ne was to make an address last
night.
British Columbia Electric Ry- Co.M \
*H��H��H��ii,MMMMMM MMM***���"***1
When yon want any kind of repairing done, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on the Wheel."
Put  Blood  in Coffee.
Springfield, III*..  l',eb-  21.���Because
Alexander Mosier failed to return her
love, Grace Conlyn. of Pittsburg, at
the suggestion of a friend, put some
of her own blood in a cup of coffee
and gave it to Mosier. He discovered
that something was wrong with the
coffee and together with the manager
of the Jefferson hotel, where Grace is
employed as a waitress, investigated
nnd had her arrested. She is now
held pending action of the grand jury.
I
Live Stock Insurance
Have you ever thought of the hundred and one chances of losing your flue horses and other live stock by accident, flre or disease?
I represent a reliable Canadian company, which will insure your
animals against death from ANY or EVERY cause.
No veterinary inspection required and n.> red tape about applications.    Enquire for particulars.
If you have never lost BS animal now is the time to in.-ure tor
you cannot tell how sooti your turn will come; the insurance company is better able to stand the loss than you.
If you "nave lost one or more animals then let me have your application now to protect you from future losses.
MORAI.���Do not wait til! the horse is stolen before shutting
the stable door.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK
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the daily news.
MONDAY, FE8R
UARY 22. itoc
sSfjjjk   CANADIAN  A
^jf    PACIFIC   V
RAILWAY. COMPANY
Commeuc.ug January 1st train for
Soattle will leave daily at 9.18 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train   for  Agasslz at  a.42  p.m.
Tickets eold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
The Edison Theatre JAPANESE BELIEVE
For further particulars ana reservu-
. i.ns apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or 10 C. B. FOSTER,
A8st. Genl. Pass.  Agt.   Vnncouvor.
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday-
Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665
WAR NOT IMPROBABLE
Press Correspondents Report
Anti-Nipponese Sentiment
Growing in America.
Wing  Yuen Co,
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streeti.
Tokyo, Feb. 21.���The special correspondence of the "Asahi," from San
Francisco, continues to represent the
situation as most alarming. The specials claims that the antl-Jajanese sentiment is rapidly spreading, and that
the war feeling in America is general.
The "Nichi-Nlchl," quoting the text
of the Roosevelt communication to the
California legislature, expressing the
belief that the passage of the bill
would lead to sei ions consequences,
contends that this message shows that
: Granite ware :
ii
.i   ..   . lived    Full and complete Btoi k Qranitev/are, in all the very
new    :  de Igns, and at the lowest   possible   prices,    Call   in  and   in-   |
Bpeci our stock;  no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
.ven  the  federal  government regards|on the Brooklyn   elevated have bi
NEW YORK FLOODED
WITH   SPURIOUS  COINS.
N. w VTork, Feb. 21.���New York city
ia flooded with counterfeit quarters
and dimes. So much of the small
spurious silver is said to be in circulation that many corporations, especially 'be transportation companies,
have issued warnings to cashiers and
tlckel sellers. Many of the coins
have be.n seized by secret service
agents, but so far they have been unable io trace the source of the supply, although indications are that they
arc coined somewhere In  Brooklyn,
Restaurants, theatres and othei
place- where change is made qulcklj
have been victimized, and one tick'''-
seller on the "L" says that no less
i Man "tin in bad quarters and dimes
were offered to him during one evening   recently.       Women   ticket   sellers
n
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Column
Service
a coast  '_me
aaJ.
TIME TABLE
VANC0UVER   V.CTOR.A   SEATTLE W   *    blM_i    fo^
route. Hcyulatiuns.
Operative January   13.
Any available Dominions l,.,,,
SS   Princess  Victona  haves  Van-
-ouve,   ;��� p.  in., going direct  to Be-jtn the ranw,ay m �� 1!rit -
.  , dan-, except Monday. Ma, may be homesteaded by a
SS.  princess  Royal leaves Vancou- \ who ia the BQl. ^^ q
3 a. in. for Victoria dally, ox-  any maie 0Ver U years ol age
Wednesday. 'extent of one-quarter sectlon'o **
acres, more or b
Entry must be made
ids
'mn.
'���"-JUTIKH
a Inini; ��� ,,
Van-
war   as    I'l'obah!
taken.
Ini-  that  it   is   mis-
vie! iiiiizod by the wholesale.
The  coins  pass  readily  on  superficial inspection,  but   the  quarters  are
more deceiving than the dimes,    The
larger  coins   have   the  appearance  ol
Uie genuine  and  have a  fairly  good
ring, but their leaden character Is de
Honolulu, Feb. 19.   Two bills direct, tected In the feeling      The dimes are
ed against Japanese fishing in Hawai-'a   trifle smaller    than  the legitimate
ian waters have been Introduced in the coins and   are dink    and    not quite
territorial   legislature, | round.
JAPANESE   FISHERMEN
UNPOPULAR IN   HAWAII
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lilL Made IN .SOUTH BEND KAINVJL
HARDMAN & CO.
1 ��� Sole Agents ���   <   i    ��
S. S. Princess Churl..He leaves
������ at 1  p, in. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New  Westminster on  Wed-
u- sdaj
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
8 8. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11  p.m.   1st,   loth
and 20th of each mouth for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor aud way ports;  luib
of each month for Quatsino and way
porta; 20th of each month for Ahcuaet,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver 1:30  p-m. daily,
inday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at
T a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th and 26th.
^^_^^^^^^_     l"il'30-ally il
the local land offlc,  I    the   :..���',
which the land is E   ' *
proxy may, however, ie made on CJ
tain conditions by thi :���:..-, IM[le|
son, daughter, brotl .. , '
Intending horaesteauer
The homesteader , {[>
form the condition ���   . j ^ ���
with    under    one    of the
folio*
t-
plans:
(1)   Al loa8'   '' resiiiean
upon and cultivation of the land i
each year for thre.
(-1 If the tathei (i :.,, ,,- , ,.
father Is deceased), ,.��� -h(. ^
steader resides upon i farm in ^
vicinity of the lac I red for, &
requirements as  to ,. mi],
satislied by such pi
the father or mother
i     (3)    If the 3ettl.
|ent residence ti, , j
| ed by him In thi   .
NORTHERN   B. C.   ROUTE.        	
S.S.  Beatrice   leaves  Vancouver Jan.5,1 stead,  the  requlrei
19th; Feb. 2nd. dence ma
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves   Vancouver j upon the said lai
Six months' noti
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Trusi;_B!ock,;Front St., New Westminster j
A.   HARDMAN. A.  JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN. %
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Dec. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th
DP  HIV Kit.
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For   ri    -virions   and   information
ill i    address
RD. QOTTLET,
Agent,   f'fiW   Westminster
('.  B. FOSTER,
-.���st. Oen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
(lensral  Super'i tendent. Victorls.
bix nioiitiis  n
, be given to thi  I
inion Lan Is at 0 i
apply for patent.
CO'.
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Not   mot'
leased to .
A royalty at thi
; ton shall be coll
chantable coal n
W
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IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
IN
HE        DAILY NEW
Westminster's Home  Paper.
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Under Government Inspection.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 101
Columbia Street, New Westminster. (1-AY) FEBRUARY 22, 1909.
THE DAILtf NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
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merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
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by all citizens before
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bargains offered for
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you are a doubter our
advertising man will
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A 22���Business   Office,   Sixth   Street.
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
Statement  of the Result of the Business of the  Bank For the  Year
31st   Duccmber.    1908.
'!l" Balance al Credit of Profit and Loss Account on the 3lst De>
cember, 19U7, waa   $ 52
-v ' Profit for the year ending Hist December, 190S,
Including balance or crown Hank of Canada Profll
and Loss Account, after deducting expenses of
Management, payment of taxes, and making nectary provision for interest due to depositors,
���!i"l for bad and doubtful debts $130,32-1 I ���
'' ''���  mi  received on stock payments ,   .      2,261 71
  $132,
Appropriated as follows:��� e*W��ft
Dividend No. 3, 2 1-2 p, c. paid 2nd. duly,  1908 $ 31,339 35
Dividend No, I. 2 1-2 p.c, payable 2nd. Jan.,   1909   ..    54.959 40
UNDERMINED    WHARF
AT   VICTORIA   FALLS
Ended I " .	
A Victoria, Feb. 19.���Undermined by
the dredging of th.- entrance to the
harbor, three hundred feel of th- stone
Ml 71 wall beneath the new dock of R. p.
Rltbet & Co, at the outer wharf here,
carried away yesterd.i', and as a result the dock Itself tor aboul the same
distance has sagged and settled. The
damage will amount to In the negh-
borhood of $25,000.
The piles upon which th.- wharf
Stands are surrounded nnd steadied by
sand which is kept from washing away
by the stone containing walls. The
Dominion dredge has been operating
at the mouth of the harbor for some
t lme,
,85 89
$215,427 63
86,298
Balance carried forward al credit of Profit   and   Loss
Account 	
GENERAL  STATEMENT.
31st December,  1908.
LIABILITIES.
ta   Stoch  (paid up)   	
Resi   $50,000 00
Profit and Loss Account    129,128 88
,$129 128 ss
-'J 201 56- 9b
1 i     imed Divldeu i	
lit. '     uiy dividend pa; a ile 2nd, January,  1909
$179,12
203 10
..  54.959 -lu
FARMERS WANT   STATE
TO   OPERATE   COAL   MINES
We) burn. Sask., Feb, 19.���The Saskatchewan gralngrowers' resolution
re ��� irdlng the Btoragi of i oal al va
rlous points bj the Provincial Govei a
ment tor emergency purposes was
amended by ,a motion (falling upon the
government to secure and op.-rate coal
mines. St. John, of Kisbey, Bpeaklng
in the amendment, called on the dele-
vi'.     in work for slate ownership
i   234,291  38
$2 135,860 33
N'ote   of th.- Hani, i_ ClrculalIon	
Deposits nei  bearing Interest  	
Deposits bearing Interest   	
Balances due to other Banks In Canada	
Balances due to other Banks and Agents    elsewhere than Cana i.i and United   Kingdom
.$1,68$  8	
.. 2,506.761 59
. 6,513,256 32
2,229 77
1,712 19
$10,712,759 S7
$13,148,620 20
ASSETS
Gold and Silver Coin Current  	
Government  Demand  Notes  	
Deposit with Dominion Government required by
Act of Parliament for security ofgeneral
Hank note Circulation	
Due by Agents and othi r Banks In Canada  ..
Due by Ag.nts and oth--r Banks In (ireat Britain
Dn,- by Agents and other Banks elsewhere   than
in Canada and the United Kingdom	
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities .
Canadian Municipal & Foreign Public Securities .
Railway and other Bonds  Debentures and Stocks.
.$   179,742 16
.  1,233,307 75
Mail Service
; tl ;..>' ��� 91
76,000 00
399 603 7.'
34,004 Sl
219,974 47
105,000 00
234,198 73
842,594 14
Notes of and Cheques on other Banks     t" 16,443 10
2,017.sis 95
Call and Short Date Loans In Canada	
Current Loans and Discount.- and other assets     8,264,305 39
Bank Premises and Office Furniture Winnipeg ,and Branches .
Real Estate other than Ban. Premises	
Overdue Debts secured and unsecured (estimated loss provided for   	
353,678 03
115.430 00
.3,623 95
',   ..  Northern Crown Hank
Winnipeg, 3ist December,
i tiii"-..
$13,148,620 20
R. CAMPBELL.
General Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
C OAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105
THE HOME
Is   tho   Paper   That   Prints   All
Of      the      Horn-*      News
The     Daily     News
Klc   a   Week.
P. O. Box  474.        Tel. 53.        Rea.  429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
1% to 25 h. p., 2 and 4 cycle. Best
value on the market. Engines kept In
stock at
.. \Vestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
p a p e n Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
��������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���
now   TO  OPERATE  a moving  picture  machine at  home.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
.low to make big money at entertainments and amusements.
How to obtain positions which pay $35 per week.
How to become a finished operator.
AYe give instructions that are simple and interesting.
We have the newest method of teaching by mall.
We send you on receipt of $1.00 complete Instructions.
We teach operators how to pass all examinations.
We represent the leading film exchange.
Remittances    to    Independent,    Theatrical Exchange,    100-401-403
Burke Bu'-ldlng, Seattle, Wash., ,*���-�����-���
Warden Schoal of Operators
Following are the hours ot despatch
and arrival of mails .it the New Westminster post office, the hoar given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before: the actual de-spa-tch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are de-patch-
ed and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. south
and C. P. R. east mails, not inciudiug
the way malls, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails De.patc'ned.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
ti. N. it. "Owl." Victoria except Wednesday.
.'.30 a.m.���Vancouver via li. C. Electric railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all U.
ri. Pointa east and .outh, and points
between New Westminster aud Hunt-
Indon, B.C., via.C. P. R. south.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, iu-
cluding all U. S. points, east and south;
also all points between New Westminster and Blaine, via ('.. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale ani district (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin. Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
mere, Port Kelisr, Hall's Prairie and
Nicomekl despatched daily except on
Sunday; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Bon Accord, Wednesday aud Saturday. These mails are -til received
same days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill. Tim-
berlaud and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burn.aby, by courier
2:00   p.m.���Burquitlam,   by   courier.
0,2:00 p.m.���Ladner,   p.rt  Gulchon,
Westham Island and Sunbury, dally
except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C.
j Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched
and received via Vancouver.)
| 2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
4:00  Vancouver and  Burnaby  lake,
' via II. C. Electric railway.    Saturday
____ . ^ extra mail is dei-patehed to   Vic-
MAKE YOUR  APPEAL to the public   toria via Vancouver at this hour.
through the columns of THE DAILY,     B*a*ne ttnd  Seattle, including all TT.
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper. g   ]|(lin. . , M .(n(, south   vi- q   N   ^
*    ..,.-,y,.r.'-
2: .' p.m.���C. P. '.'.. east, Sapperton,
Km ii :  Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails   Received.
0:15 a.m.���Blaine aud Seattle, including _11 U, S. points, via G. N. R.
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tussday and Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Electric railway.
2:30  p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:SO p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points; also all points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer Favouilte. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
12:30 to 1 p.m.���C. P. R. oast,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m.���S.mas tot, Seft*r;'*, : ���-
eluding all U. S. points and point*: between Huntingdon and New Westminster, via C. P. R. ���OUth; also Fraser
Mills.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Maricn Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   per day  up.
Room  and  board $2.50  per  day up.
F-*>om with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
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THE  DAILY  NKWS.
M0NDAY, FERU
ARY 22
BEHOLD
Such a reduction in   prices;
for first-class groceries was;
never before given to the cit- '��� J
izens of New Westminster.!*
_iie prices given below are^
exertional   ones,   and  the ���
g6od8-^fo_ quality -are un->
surpassed. Give us a trial. j|
These prices are strictly cash j *
prices.
We have just received another car-
lea.I or Raymond Hour. This Hour is
equal to any other Hour on the market
today and we guarantee It at ?1.65 per
Back and $6.25 per barrel. Straight
fit de Hungarian Hour $1.2.". a sack.
Thla Hour Is in great demand for
bn ad or pastry.
The best li. C. granulated sugar
$;,.7,r,.
Twenty pound sack- B. C. sugar,
$1.15 per sack.
Tea in thre pound pure Ceylon native wood  boxes for $1.00.
Empire Ceylon tea, 25c per lb.
Victoria Cross tea 40c per lh.
Coffee ol the v.ry finest Mocha and
Java ground or unground, 25c per lb.
rwo quart bottle of the very finest
, i Me-- only 25c per bottle.
��� uie.. bottles of -lickles for 50c.
,vje'-;.. Cero ir>c a package, or alghl
package     or 25c.
Five life salmoh tor 25c,
Sardii.r -   ..'.',   per tin.
Fii pan Huddle H'c per lb,
om per tin 10c.
^-a
Peas  | ��� r tin li5e.
Thre, tii of pork and beans tor
25c
���, wi --. marmalade 25c per tin-
Elghi ban of the finest laundry
-soap for 25c,
Bight : ,���: - ���-.! toilet soap tor 25c.
Three packages of poultry food toi
25c.
lackages  of laundry    starch
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
INVOLVED IN SCANDAL
Dishonesty and Selling of
Diplomas Charges Against;
Bellingham Pedagogue.
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���  cause  why    they  should    not  resign
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Belllngham, Feb. 21.���Another chap-;
ter was added to the scandal which
has been growing In the State Normal School In this city by the act
of the board of trustees yesterday In
summoning profs. .lames O'Sullivan
md E. N, Stone before them to show , j
50c Pair I
Thirty days ago the two teachers were
requested  to  hand    in   their  l'esigua-  |
lions,   following   an   investigation   by
1 Anderson & Lusby |
the trustees, and yesterday they appeared before the board and made
charges of such a sensational nature
ihat Acting Governor Hay probably
will be called uiion next week to probe!
the  affairs  of  the  school.
Dishonesty in the handling of state
moneys, lowering the standard of the
school,   selling  diplomas  and   general I
__        __ TIincompetency are among the charges'
X    Columbia Street    ��� preferred    by    the     two    professors!
������+��������������������������������������������������������������������' against Dr. E. T. Hathes, principal of j
 .���-��� I the   normal.      'l'he   attorney   for   the
ousted professors presented what they
claim to be facts in written form, to
the board. Owing to the sensational
nature of tho charges the contents of
the papers are not made public.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
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We make a specialty ot
steamed and kiln dried.
Iir    door.-
W. E. Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Dhone 413. New Westrrwlister.
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Wallabies
Yaueotivi
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NATIONAL  CUP FINAL
Shamrocks     _
Westham Island       l
Fair Piano Players '������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Three
for 25c.
Three
25 c.
Two 1;
at. d er- am
Two I   -
for 25 c.
arkages of corn starch    foi
;e tins of St. Charl.
5c.
who are really fair in their judgment s Crewe stated thai tb
i and    criticisms    bestow    the   highest
prais,. upon our pianos on account of
very nice lemon . Iscuits   ,   . ,, , ,      ...
their  excellent  tone   and   touch.     We
; are showing some splendid new instru-
isses snaps for 25c.    ,m,.n(.   by  ,,K>  bes,  makers.    At   the
Baking powder, White Star. 20c.
iilue Rii ."ii  an I  Maple  Leaf,
!-> - tin.
20c
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,    Ficp.
prices we ask these are veritable bargains. If yon will do us the favor to
call you will find that you have really
favored yourself. We make a specialty   of   repairing   and   tuniii!*;.
SEWING  MACHINES AND TALKING
MACHINES.
J, H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
House of Quality
New
Hats
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the be��t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wegtminater.
OFKICIAL   OF   SABBATH
OBSERVANCE |S F,NED
Pittsburg, Feb. 21.���J, G. Wand, an
official nf ihe Sabbath Observance association of Uniontown, Pa., was rutin i
guilty of working im Sunday and lined
*��� I and eosi- yesterday. Ward gathered evidence for the organization,
West Indian Sugar Trade.
London, Feb. .1 Addressing the
West India Club yesterday, Lord
toadying of the
sugar trade was due to ilio policy of
the Canadian government. He had
been exchanging views with the Dominion government on the subjeel
with the result thai a joint royal commission would bo appointed to inquire
into the possibilities of the situation.
Cannot Aid All Red  Project.
London,   Feb,   21.���The "Chronicle
has a despatch from Melbourne, which
says thai  the Commonwealth government,  while sympathizing    with, and
recognizing   the    Importance of    the
All-ked  route,   has    decided   thai   the
present condition of iis finances precludes  Australia   from  concurring  Inj
tlie   proposals  of   Dr.   Coulter    deputy
postmaster-genera) tor Canada.
Keep   Young   Men   East.
New   York,   Feb.   .1     With   a   view
to bringing to an end the movement
trom the east to the west, nearlj  100
real  estate    men  from    the Atlantic
State,   i    ;u   New   York   yesterday,
formed an organlza i to be called
ti.   Eustern Farm-life Promotion association   ind decided upon ,i campaign
of ��� much inn  hi thai  end.
The Unrest in Korea.
-' oui Km, a. Feb. -l - The assertion or the Korean bom,, minister,
given in an interview to the newsmen al Tokyo, that lhe native
Christians, supported by the missionaries, were assisting the revolution, is
Indignantly denied by the foreign missionaries here. Tli.-y maintain thai
on the contrary they have made ever*  cffori to suppress the uprisings,
TO MATCH  YOUR  NEW CLOTH !
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ING.       ALL   THE   LATEST  SHADES:
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AND     SHAPES.       LET     US     SHOWj.
YOU   THE   LATEST.
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This Means Money j
...to You...
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We can now offer you buys in New Westminster, \\
Vancouver, Chilliwack and suburban acreage that J|
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J       ElKJC-K!     BrOWfl    &    CO.   |      ���INGS   ARE  HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE II
272 Columbia Street.
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.as F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. g-BS i
New Westminster, B. C,
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New Good
Arriving
Every Day
Every department is being filled with new goods. It
is impossible for us to mention here all about our new
lines, but we extend an invitation to all to visit the
store and look around.
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Spring Stock of
English Prints
Now Complete
;:.",.. piec. b of the best English
Prints are now r< ady for the
Spring buying, We have never
show n as large or \ a led a
i ange ol thi Pi Inl as is to
tie seen now in our Wash Goods
section. Spots and I [pes are
th,- pal terns niosi In di mand at
present. These we show In all
- zi s, from small pin dots
to    the   large coin   Bpots, and
pes In both plain and broken
lin. -. We will take pleasure In
-bowing you tie- goods In 'he
pii ce You #111 appreciate the
chance offered,
The New White
Long Cloths and
Cottons are Here
Snowj White t'nitons, in larger
variety than ever before found
In our Sample Department.
Unique Long Cloths, Queen's
Cloth and Cambrics in the linen
and ready-washed finish. All
weights now* in stock. We have
made a careful study of the
needs of the White Cotton section, ind ynu will find us prepared for every demand this
season with better value than
offered for some time.
New Spring Models
in Corsets
Several new Btyles showing
which are proving Immensely
popular. Crompton's A La
Grace"   Models   are   dcsiiMl. I   to
nil -iii requirements of up-to-
date dr- ssers. Women of me
ilium or Btout figures will find
In these corsets styles which
are easy fitting and comfortable, For stout worn, n we
recommend the "Decedo' Cor-
sets and "Grand Duchi
Special Instructions in lacing
with ��� very pair sold. Inquire
at the corset Section  for new
styles.
Fancy Serges and
Cashmeres,
50c per Yard
Navy Serge, iii fancy strip.-,
heavy weight, and French Cashmeres in shades of Navy, Green,
Brown, Cardinal and Cream.
Per   ..ard    50c
An Excellent Range
of Black Dress
Goods
v. ���.���. ai i Ivals to hand the .��� ���
t'.-w   daj s   make   our     >
... k     Dri sa     Goods     alnio*
pl :���      We  mention here
fi n    ol    thl     Spring's   fai
',. - an .       \- it to see them
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BLACK  POPLIN
....       Ighi lustrous Onl -1
11    I ..'.:      I'll !     Iv    Ini ..
j ard   $1.50
BLACK   MELROSE
i I th   with   a   small   d
;   Wl Ighl   tO I'.ip'. :,
.   , bi Ight and color perm
ird     $1.35
FINE BLACK VOILLES
���      ... I    75c, $1.00. $1 25
FINE   BLACK   SERGES
u     exceptionally     line,
twill, In the linish which is pop
ular in the ni w Spring fai
Per yard $1.00 and $1.25
CACHE   STRIPE
\ fine suiting material whl
- "... :   of   quick   sale;   black
mlj:.    Per yard   $1-26
Admiralty Serge
5. inches in width, A clot!
which needs no recommendation
.  ms. being bo well known ..><
.���  to  Its  great  serviceability.
Per   yard    1-50
Many New Suiting
Materials Now
Being Shown
Ottoman Cords. Duchesse Sat"1
Cloths, Panamas, Striped Navy
Cheviot, Venetians, Broadcloths.
. ���<���.     Ask   to  see  them.
Poplinettes,
All Colors,
65c Per Yard
A cloth with good, hard fln.sb,
medium weight, in fine twill. A
most serviceable material for
Children's Dresses and Ladles
Shirt Waist Suits. oCOlrs:
Navy, Brown, Green, Cardinal.
Width 40 Inches.     Per yard 65c
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W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   FOR  WOMEN'S WEAR
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