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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.4
250 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1B10.
CONCERN Will
EMPLOY MANY MEN
lite Labor Favored by
Company Organized to
Manufacture Paper Here.
Bans are  now   being made by  the
stern  Canada Bag,   Envelope  and
jtboaul Co., Limited, a ne / enter-
recently     uig.i li/.^d   by   Cicely
Kb of Vancouver, who also organ-
,     the British Canadian  Wood Pulp
j^Bl'ai er   Co.,   Ltd.,   to   elect  a   huge
Ait   at   Sapperton   Killing,  of   which
Itlon was made in the Dally News
[Thursday,  for the  manufacture of
���>oard,    building    paper,    roofing,
Idenlng felts, etc., and to Put ia a
kit  for the manufacture of    bags,
lolopcs, cat tons, all kinds of paper
les, oyster    pails,    and other spe-
Ities.        All   Of   these   staple   urti-
come from  the east at a freight
v/f  from  $17  to  $24  per  ton  in
load lots, making them laid down
[this market  trom $50 to $75 par
and   with   the  tendency  of  in'il-
trade   to  demand   many  articles
up iu cartons which  used to come
fbuik. the problem oj securing pro-
canons at a cheap rate has been
fexlng one to ihe merchants.
Can Compete With  East,
Considering this and other trade
^^Iditions, .Mr. Kolts, who has made
N^Biorougb study oi the pulp and pa-
questton as related to Western
fcada. is satisfied that these articles
be manufactured here io betti r
jantage than in Eastern Canada or
United States; and now that the
Wv and paper business is so thor-
^pl'i.v establisiied in British Colum-
Wfl '.i , ���;��� -r | -. i - - i I'M tin. maliu-
ficti    ���    of   h...;s   can   be   secured.   It   Is
eRtii  . ihat this equally important iu-
lustiy   of   manufacturing   boxes,   car-
Ions,   hags,   envelopes,  etc.,   be  estab-
plied in this coniinunitj.
White Labor.
rhis firm will   give   employment,
the plant commences running to
Iota  ZOO    workmen.      No    Asiatics
be employed at ibis plant.     The
e skilled labor in this line is said
e bighlj raid, so thai the payroll
��iu' companj   will be heavy.
Experienced   Engineer  in  Charge.
he company   has   purchased four
(Continued   on   Page   Four).
FIVE CENTS   .-:>���    COPY.
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REVISITS WESTMiNSTEK
AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS
After     Roaming     Round     the   World
Since 1894, J. L. Clarke Returns
to Settle on Pacific Coast.
there is a special meeting of the
picll of the board of trade called
morning    for 10 o'clock at   the
rd litems in the city ball.
IADSTREET PREDICTS
[BANNER YEAR FOR CANADA
liness    Failures In  Dominion  Last
Year Were  Seven  Per Cent.
Less Than In 1908.
New York, Jan. 7.���Bradstreet's
Weekly Review tomorrow will say:
Predictions are being freely made
that l'.UU will be the best year ever
IXperioncod in Canada. Basic con-
Itions are good and the new year
irted  auspiciously. Stock-taking
the rule at the moment, but a Hb-
kal volume of spring orders are on
Be   books  of    wholesale  dealers as
nil as manufacturers.
Business failures iu Canada for the
llendar year 1908 number 1585, a defease of 7 per cent, from 1U08, but a
titn of 17 per cent, over 1907.      Lia-
lltles amounted    to    $12,824,481,  a
jss ol 81 per cent, from 1808, but an
loreaae of u per cent, over 1907. Bus-
less  failures  for  the     week  ending
rlth January  6  numbered  311,  which
Bmpares with 22 of last week and 41
Dr the like week in 1907.
Leaving this city late in 1894, and
proceeding to Nanaimo on board the
Crown of England, Which ran ashore
during tne journey, then roaming
around the world, making prolonged
stays ;tt San Francisco, Queensland,
Australia and Johannesburg, South
Africa, J. 1,. Clarke r< urneu to this
city yesterday and tried in vain to
discover tho landmarks of long ago.
Failing to locate these, he turned his
attention to the citizens, and finally
managed to identify two, and two
only, Sid Newingtoii and W. A. Dash-
wood-Jones.
A pathetic feature of Mr. Clarke's
return is conveyed in an Inquiry he
made of Ids old acquaintances: '"'Has
anything ever been heard of my
brother?"
Seventeen years ago, nis brother,
Edward, and a companion named
Karl Braden, of Lewis, England, set
out for Fort George by way of the
Squamish river. An Indian guide accompanied them for pan of tiie way,
but becoming uneasy he declined to
complete tin journey. Since the day
the Indian left them, nothing has ever
been heard of the unfortunate men.
During his wanderings Mr. Clarke
who is an engineer, has followed his
trade in the different countires he has
visited but not even the high wages
of South Africa could offer enough inducement to hi'-: to remain away from
the sunny slopes of tho Pacific. He
is at present residing in Vancouver.
MOUNTED POLICE
RESCUE MINERS
Party Wanders for Days on
Delta of McKenzie Before
Being Found.
Diwson, Joi 7.���Advices from
Fort Mncl'herson, via Fort Yukon and
Porcupine river route, say that Harry
Waugb and companions, en route
down the Mackenzie river last summer with two scows laden with the
first stamp mill in that vast valley,
passed the mouth of the Peel river on
their detsination, and ran into the
Mackenzie delta, among hundreds Of
islands, where they wandered for
days.
They were accidentally rescued by
meeting the party of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police under Sergeant
Selig, en route to Herscbel island and
MacPherson. Selig took the party
out.
Indians were engaged and towed
the scows, with the outfit, ,back to
Peel river. Waugb got part way up
the Peel this season, and intends to
establish a mill on new quartz properties there, said to be very rich.
Congratulate Western Trustee.
A letter of congratulation to Pre-
biter McBride on bis appointment as
f'< stern trustee of the Minto cup was
���pi warded lo him yesterday by 11.
ball, secretary of the Westminster
lacrosse club.
New Local Option Move.
Toronto, Jan. 7.���The Ontario reform council decided yesterday to
ask tho legislature for a measure providing for local option by counties,
including cities up to twenty-iive
thousand Inhabitants, and for local
option by wards and districts in the
largei   cities.
France Grateful for Aid.
New Vork, Jan. 7.���The Rockefeller
institute for Medical Research of
New Vork has been presented by the
Pasteur institute of Paris with a replica In bronze of the bust of Louis
Pasteur by Paul Lubols, in recognition of the aid rendered by the Rockefeller Institute during the recent
epidemic of cerebro-spinal meningitis
in France.
EARTHQUAKE ROCKED
CARIBBEAN   I8LAND
Mobile, Ala., Jan. 7.���Word reached
this city today that a terrible earthquake shock shook Swan island, 900
Indies  from    here,   in  the  Caribbean
[sea, on January  1.      Captain Olsen,
lof the fruit steamer    Corinto, which
[Is In this harbor, said that the island
rocked for half an hour. Five shacks
were felt by the native inhabitants,
wbo fled in terror to the beach and
begged the   Corlnto's   crew to take
them aboard the vessel.     According
to Captain Olsen, the water in the island'  harbor fairly   boiled  when  the
heaviest tremor came.     His ship was
turned completely round, he said, by
a   whirlpool.     Swan    island    is the
property of Captain W. C. Adams, of
Mobile.
Seeks Her Husband
Mrs. Charles B. Day, of Brant county, Ont., is seeking information concerning her husband, who was last
heard of on September 25 last, when
he bad just returned to this city from
the north.
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP
ENDORSED BY MILL CO.
YOUNG MAN LOSES
Lift AT PORT MOODY
Three Men Out in Boat are
Thrown Into Water���Tom
Corrigan Drowns.
ING
INQUIRY STARTED
Thomas Corrigan, a young man employed by Mr. Dockrlll, of Port
Moody, was drowned at that place
yesterday afternoon, shortly after -
o'clock. Two companions, who were
oat rowing with .Mr. Corrigan, had ;-
narrow escape and are now undo,
medical treatment.
Only meagre details of the tragedy
reached this city yesterday evening,
when the provincial police were notified, it appears that three men were
out in a boat when by some means
the craft upset and the occupants
were thrown out into the water.
Hampered bj his clothes, and quickly
affected by the cold, Corrigan could
not keep afloat until assistance arrived and sank while his companions
remained  struggling   for   life.
The survivors were rescued and
cared for by some people who had
witnessed the accident from the
shore.
Toronto   Irregularities.
Toronto. Jan. 7.���A letti i has bet D
received by the city council from .i.
\Y. Commi ford, mi i of the defeated
aldermanic candidates in Ward one,
asking for a recount ot the bad.its.
Mr. Commeford complains that
among other Irri - ulat iti ; a nu i
ef Jewish voters were compelled by
the returning offtci r of on,, subdivision to vote for tb'i e candidates,
FILIPINOS  FOR   HAWAII.
361
the
Ha-
Will   Supplant   Portuguese   Labor
Sugar Plantations of Islands.
Honolulu, Jan. 7.���A party of
Filipino laborers, seemed by
agents to the Phillpnies by the
walian board of immigration, arrived
yesterday on the liner Siberia, and
will be set at work on the sugar plantations without delay.
Owing to the fact that many of the
immigrants from the last party of
Portuguese brought to Hawaii have
not remained plantation laborers this
part of immigration experiment is
considered unsuccessful, and no
more Portuguese will be imported
Efforts to induce European Immlgra
tion will be abandoned until the Filipinos have been given a trial.
W. II. Babbitt, formerly superinten
dent of public instruction, has been
delegated by the Immigration board
to go to Porto Rico for the purpose of
securing natives of that place for use
of Hawaiian plantations.
FORESTER PINCROT
REMOVED FROM OFFICE
Intriguing  Official   Who  Interfered  In
Politics is  Dismissed and Censured by President Taft.
Manager of Ogilvie Flour Co. Has No
Objection to Proposed Policy of
Manitoba  Government.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kerr have returned from a three weeks' holiday
in Oregon and Washington, having
spent Christmas with relatives In
Portland.
Winnipeg, Jan. 7.���At least one of
the big milling companies has made
a definite pronouncement which Is
practically an endorsement of the
government ownership of elevators.
This is the Ogilvie Milling Company. In an interview today, W. A.
Black, western manager of that com-
panv, outlined the position of his
company plainly as follows: "The
policy of our company has always favored the greatest' possible freedom
to farmers in the marketing and disposal of their products, and Insofar
as the present proposal that the government should operate a line of elevators is concerned we have no objection to make.
Washington, Jan. 7.���Gifford Pin-
chot, was tonight removed from his
office as foi ester by President Taft.
in doing this, the president gave out
a copy of a letter he has written to
Mr. Pinchot in which he sayb lu conclusion: "By your couduct you have
destroyed your usefulness as a helpful subordinate of the government
and it becomes my duty to direct the
secretary of agriculture to remove
you from your ofiice as forester."
it developed at the cabinet meeting
that Mr. Pinchot wrote the famous
letter to Senator Dolliver of his own
volition and against the direct advice of the secretary of agriculture.
it also developed that Mr. Pinchot induced Seuatoi Dolliver to have the
letter at the same time that the president's message, exhorting Secretary
Bellinger through a report of the attorney-general, should be presented.
Companies  Incorporated.
Certificates of incorporation have
been granted to the Fraser Rivet
Brick and Tile Company, with a capital of $50,000, and to the Fraser River
Sand and Gravel Company with a
capital of $20,000.
To Restrict Fish Trust.
Ottawa, Jan. 7.���George H. Bradbury member of parliament for Selkirk, Man., is planning to push a fight
against American fishing interests In
parliament with the aim of having
restrictive legislation passed to prohibit the export of many kinds of fish
from Dominion waters. Mr. Bradbury declares this is the only way
the American fish trust can be pie-
vented from utterly exterminating the
fish in the waters of Manitoba and
other provinces.
Investigation of Misbranding
in Fish Industry Begun by
U. S. Government.
REAL ESTATE FIRM IS
INCORPORATED FOR ?20,000
Hale     Bros.  Admit     Robert   Kennedy
Into Partnership���No Change in
Location of Offices.
ASQU1TH PyiiVES
RECEPTION AT BATH
Washington. Jan. 7.���An Investigation oi the salmon canning industry
has been started by the department
of agriculture as a result of com-
plalnts that many lish are misbrand-
i d  or  labeled.
Salmon canners asked the govern-
mi nt to take up a charge that low-
grade canneries engaged in unlawful
and undue competition by putting up
as salmon many lish that tire noi sai-
tinu at all, misbranding as CO locality and so on.
"We have made our 11. st step in
this matter," said Dr. Wiley, head of
tne chemistry bureau, of the department, today. "it is a great industry,
and we are taking It up at the instigation of the packers themselves."
River Free of Ice.
As a result of yesterd ly's rise In
temperature, the Eraser is free of ice
this morning. The last thin sheets
of ice disappeared from the harbor
last night, and both the North Arm
and tiie main channel are now open
from here to the gulf.
AN AUTONOMOUS NAVY.
Sir Wilfrid's    Toronto    Speech Gives
Inkling of Government's Attitude.
Ottawa, .bin. 7.���Sir Wilfrid Banner's declaration iu Toronto���the
Conservative and ultra-imperial
Stronghold���that Canada would build
its autonomous navy in its own way,
and not be stampeded by whal hi regards as ungrounded fears ef war between Great Britain and Germany,
gives an inkling of the government's
attitude in the naval debate in the
house of commons. The German
sere is to be eliminated as far as
possible.
The present policy had its Inception in the naval defence resolution
last Bpring. The Laurier government decided that the demands of
loyalty to the empire would he quite
adequately anBwerel by the founda-
Honjof a purely Canadain navy, under
��� ���,., eontiol of the Dominion parliament.
The real estate firm of HaJe Bros.
& Co. have taken Robert Kennedy into their firm ami secured incorporation under the name of Hale Bros. &
Kennedy, Limited. The company Is
stalling business witli a capital' of
$20,000, divided into 200o shares of
$10 each.
The new firm will be located in the
offices at present occupied by Hale
Bros. & Co., on Columbia street. The
objects for which the company is Incorporated are primarily for dealing
in real estate and insurance, but several other objects, such as dealing In
mines, water rights, etc., are mentioned in tiie articles of incorporation. The company is incorporated
lor a period of twenty years.
Premier Courteously Intimates Balfour Knows the
Truth, But Speaks it Not.
STRATHCONA SENDS
AID TO MONTREAL
Montreal, Jan. 7.��� Sir Hugh Graham received a cable yesterday from
Lord Strathcona in London, statiug
that be was cabling him $26,000 for
the emergency hospital, which has
been opened in connection witli the
typhoid fever outbreak, and that he
was prepared to subscribe $100,000 toward the eradication of the causes
should ;i citizens' fund be started.
The emergency hospital has so far received 40 cases aud others are being
brought in hourly. The local subscriptions so far amount to about
$26,000.
OFFICE CREATED TO
KELP CANADIAN TRADE
Paid  Heavy  Fines,
New  Vork. Jan.    7.���Mary    Webei
and (Catherine Bchlaertz, i wo Chicago
dressmakeis indicted with twenty-
eight others ia connection with the
"sleeper trunk" smuggling cases, paid
fines of $7500 each, after entering
pleas of guilty in t:.j L'niled States
circuit court here.
AUTHOR-DANKER WILL
GIVE TIME TO WRITING
Canadian    Kipling    to Seek    Further
Fame and Money in Writing More
Sagas of the North.
Dawson, Jan. 7��� Robert W. Service, famous as the author of the
"Songs of a Sourdough,'' and "The
Ballads of a Cheechako," has severed
his connection with the Canadian
Bank of Commerce. He will devote
bis time exclusively to writing.
Mr. Service will remain in Dawson
this winter and probably all of next
summer. He lias taken a cabin
which be Is fitting up for his home
and den, and there will spend mosi of
his time while in Dawson.
The royalties which Mr. Service receives from ills writings ate understood to be equivalent to the salaries
of some of the men in the highest
positions of responsibility iu Dawson,
and now he feels that there is more
awaiting him in the world of letters
than fussing over musty bank notes.
And, further, Mr. Service prefers
writing to finance.
FIVE YEARS.
Swindler   Who   Victimized   Western
Merchants Sent to Stony Mountain.
Winnipeg, Jan. 7.���R. E. Acton, a
forger who had been operating successfully In western Canada, and who
was.captured in this city in the act
of swindling wholesale merchants,
was today sentenced to five years In
the penitentiary.
Eight-hour Cases  Ended.
Nanaimo, Jan. 7.���Magistrate
Shakespeare and Thompson last night
banded down their decision in the
case of Rex. vs. F. Tuttle and Rex vs.
J. Newton. The cases were taken
under the eight-hour act in coal
mines, the Information having been
laid by Chief Inspector of Mines Shep-
herd of this city. It was charged
that Tuttle worked longer than eight
hours from bank to bank, on December 21, while the charge against Newton was that he employed Tuttle longer than eight hours from bank to
bank. After hearing the evidence
the magistrates convicted, fining Newton $10 and costs and Tuttle $5 and
costs.
Appointment of Preston as
Trade Commissioner at
Amsterdam  Satisfactory.
London, Jan. '.���Discussing the appointment of W. T. R. Preston as
trade commissioner at Amsterdam,
Sir Edward Grey, states that Us office
has been created purely for commercial purposes for the benefit of Canadian trade.
In colonial circles in London the
appointment is taken to indicate that
Canadian statesmen are not satisfied
that the facilities given by the Imperial consular service are adequate
for the pushing of colonial trade. Direct representation has already been
tried by the South African government with good results, and it is
hoped that Canadian trade Will be
similary benefited by the new appointment.
It has been suggested that the subject of direct colonial representation
in Imperial consular service is placed
upon the agenda of the next Imperial
conference, unless the present movement on the part of the colonies tenders   earlier   action   desirable.
Sale of Dominion Trust Block.
The recent sale of the Dominion
Trust block will not involve any
changes iu the management of the
building. The Dominion Trust Company will continue to occupy their
present quarters, and it is understood
that all the offices and stores in the
building will be conducted by the
same people as lu the past. The
building was erected in 1U07 at a
cost of something less than $100,000.
The sale price Is $110,000. No details as to the buyers have been
made public, but It Is understood that
a syndicate composed entirely Of local
men have made the purchase.
Balh, Jan. 7.���Sitting and stand; i&,
four thousand enthusiastic Liberals
waited last night till they could cheer
the premier and slug the inevitable
For lie s a Jolly Good Fellow." A
former Wlnnipegger among the stewards smiled at the display of two
Stats and Stripes in the decorations
of the rink. .Mr. Asquith began his
speech at 8:06 and finished at 8:40.
Bath Libelals claim tin.' Anglican
curates in the district are with them.
Of the loin curates In sight of the
press table every one joined in singing "The Land, the Land 'twa , God's.
Who gave the land." A free trade
song was the next favorite, but the
land song was chanted with real fervor by these descendants of Somersetshire peasantry, who went to th:ir
death iu the Monmouth rebellion.
That song was to them the Marseillaise of this revolution.
With perfect courtesy Mr. Bilfour
led his Hanley audience tv) believe
that Premier Asquith was ignorant or
untruthful in his Overestimate of Britain's naval strength.
With equally perfect courtesy Mr.
Asquith suggested to his Bath audience that Balfour knew the truth and
spoke the falsehood in over-estimating tiie danger from Germany. The
Old Country style of making polite
words carry impolite meanings was
Illustrated in Mr. Asquith's indirect
endorsation of street talk that Joseph
Chamberlain is mentally a wreck, unable to write any sort of a letter, and
that his signature is being used to
give value to letters written by another hand.
Mr.   Balfour  may  have  charm  plus
strength.     Mr. Asquith has strength
minus  charm.      His  audience    found
charm enough  in  Asquith's scornful
denunciation of    the peers as    "that
great reservoir which is being perpetually   fed  with   tributaries  of  In redi-
tary  wisdom."      Flashes    like    these
I represent Asquith.    at    his best and
I greatest.      There    was    no    sign ot
greatness in    his    argument against
tariff  reform.       Asquith  talked  from
text books and not from life when he
under-estimated the cost of living in
England and overestimated the cost
of living on the other side of the Atlantic.
An echo of Canadian political claptrap was in the Asquith admission
that Unionists would not abolish the
old age pensions of five shillings a
week, but that their tariff reform
would so decrease the purchase power of those shillings as to operate as
a virtual reduction.
Asquith lias a little weakness for
trying to give equal value to every
point in bis brief, but his speech In
general proved bis great qualities of
mind, though he has less attractiveness ot manner than Balfour. The
country which has to choose between
such competitors for the premiership
is not badly off.
DETAILS OF MORGAN'S
NEW MERGER GIVEN OUT
ENGINEER PUNISHED FOR
DEING DRUNK ON DUTY
Guaranty Trust  Secured  Deposits of
$124,000,000 and Surplus of
$21,000,000.
LIBERAL CANDIDATES.
HAVE BEEN CHOSEN
Ottawa, Jan. 7.���The Liberal primaries, preparatory to the convention, for the choice of a Liberal candidate for the Ottawa by-election,
wer held last night. They were
were held last night. They were largely attended In all wards. Three candidates all had their supporters, Au-
guste Lemleux, brother of the postmaster-general, Oscar Forest and Dr.
tt.  Che"rler.      The real    fight    will
Man Who    Had    Charge    of Freight
While Intoxicated Is Given Light
Sentence in Ontario.
Kaladar, Ont., Jan. 7.���Michael Mc-
Glade, a C. P. R. locomotive engineer,
today pleaded guilty before the police magistrate at Perth to being intoxicated while on duty in charge of
a freight train. E. G. Malloch, K. C
prosecuted. Angus McMurch, K. C,
who appeared for the C. P. P., stated
the facts of the case at the request
of the crown, but did not press for
severe punishment. C. J. Foy appeared for the accused and pleaded
for a lenient sentence.
The magistrate referred to the serious nature ot the offence, and imposed a fine of $100 and costs or six
months' Imprisonment. Under section 413 of the Railway act, McGlade
was liable to a fine of $400, or five
years' Imprisonment, or both.
New York, Jan. 7.���Details of the
Guaranty-Morgan-Fifth Avenue Trust
Company merger were made public
last night. A further Increase is authorized in the capital stock of the
Guaranty Trust Company, as titular
head, from $3,000,000 to $5,000,000.
The capital stock had been previ-
ously increased from $2,000,000 to
$3,000,000. It now only remains for
stockholders formally to ratify the
action of the directors on January 25
and to exchange their stock under ��
plan agreed upon last night.
Upon completion of the merger the
Guaranty Trust Company will have *
capital stock of $5,000,000, with surplus, including all undivided profits
of approximately $21,000,000 and combined deposits of $124,000,000.
Henry P. Davidson, of J. P. Morgaa
& Co., denied that the Guaranty Trust
Company ultimately will absorb tha
Bankers' T>-ust Company and perhajp
others.
Everett to Help Crusade.
Everett, Jan. 7.���This city is vitally
interesting in the forthcoming series
of eight meetings in a crusade against
the "white plague," under the snpet-
vision of the state board of health.
Everett contains no more tuberculosis
than any other city in the Northwest,
but its citizens ha'i the coming of a
properly conducted campaign of ei��>
catlon against the disease.
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ing at 2 o'clock
probably be between the two formef.be open to visitors after 4 o'clock.
Council of Women to Meet.
The annual meeting   of the Local
Council of Women will be held in the
banquet room of   the    Odd Fellows'
hall on Monday afternoon, commenc-
The meeting will
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. Spirit of Kinship. ���
��� London,   Jan.   7.���The Pall ���
��� Mall Gazette   today says that ���
��� Premier   Laurler's   speech al ���
��� Toronto on Wednesday even- ���
��� ing   before    the new Ontario ���
��� Liberal club, breathes a pre- ���
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Spirit of Kinship.
London, Jan. 7.���The Pall
Mall Gazette today says that
Premier Laurler's speech a*
Toronto on Wednesday evening before the new Ontario
Liberal club, breatheB a precious spirit of kinship which
stirs the heart ot the whole
British nation.
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I PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   JANUARY  a
  8' 1910.   I
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SIX-ROOMED   PURNIS1
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
WANTED���COMFORTABLE ROOM
by single gentleman in private
family. Box SS Daily News.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AVL1NO. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel. 	
FURNITURE
TAILORS
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAi
loring.      A new    line    of fall suit.
ing just In.     Button making, press- I
ing and repairing.      Room 8, Smith   QttaWa
block.    Entrances 62S Columbia st.
and 2(14 Clarkson st.    Phone R608.
CHIEF OF POLICE IS
UNDER A CLOUD
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PIANO TO RENT.
UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
W     E    PALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner AgneB and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
TO RENT
condition.      Write Miss  F
of Daily News.
care
FOR  SALE.^
FOR   SALE���FIRST-CLASS    PIA-N0,
(Nordheimer);  snap for cash atJ03
Agnes  street.
20S-1U
i-OR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 286. Tre Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. 0. Box 811.
LIVERY   STABLE.
HACKS  AND
FOR SALE���WHAT OFFERS? LOTS
15 16, 17 and IS, Lot 1, Suburban
Block 12. This property is one
block from main Vancouver canine
and two minutes car tide from city i
Address K. L. iiairow, Ash-
RING  UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
Fashion   Sta-
THEATRES.^
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
���bia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday.  Wednesday and  Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, ofiice and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantel; ���
and detail work. Designs and estl ;
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car Hue. P. 0. box 254, Phone
473.
Official Charged
With Misappropriation of
Militia Funds in 1908.
Inventory
Sale
centre,
croft,   B.   C.
FOR BALE���FURNITURE    OF  BIX-
roomed house, in good condition.
Also Nordheimer piano in lil'sl
class condition. Apply 703 Agnes
street.	
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS,
$50 cash, secures I 1-4 acres oi
partly   cleared   land   In   Sapperton.
Address,  Owner.  B<>\  022,  City,
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limited, Front street, New we t-
mlnster. Manufacturers of mo ��� rn
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS^	
li C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKav, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
CVumbia -tret. New Westminster
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiliiS.
I O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27 ���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carn-u-
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, .las. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
Ottawa,  Jan.    7���An    Information
was  sworn   out   yesterday   afternoon  ;
charging Major de lu Honda, chief of L
police and commanding officer Of No. '
5 company army corps with misappropriation of    funds,    alleged to have ,
taken place in 1908, during the visit
of No. 5 company to the Qeubec tercentenary.    Lieutenants  Pinna; d and
spinal, two officers of the company,;
wi re the men who laid the Information.     The summons was Issued i"i-
medlately and will    probably be returnable in the police court on Wednesday next.
1 be a< tion 11 the n i ull of a longstanding difference between Major
de |n Kmide and Lieutenants Plnnard
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TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
URS.  C.  C.  FISHER,  EX-PUPIL  OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Mus.   Bac.   Oxon.,  teacher  Of
singing and harmony.	
Sims.
music,
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  A:   CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suuiirban property,
260 Columbia street.	
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  334.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O. Box  795.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W Webster, mechanical expert. No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block. ___
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.	
and spinal. It is understood that
they have a huge number of charges
which they make against Majo- de la
Ronda, and ii was with a view of
bringing the matter to a head thai a
several specific ones were laid. Re- ���
ci i.;h Major de la Ronda asked Lieu- r
tenants Plnard and Spittal for thi Ir +
.. Blgnations as offii ��� rs of his c irps, ���
bul both officers, it Is undersi od, I
have refused to resign, and have tak- i
en this means to justify their action. ���
Lieutenant Church also was asked to I
n sign, but h ��� ha refu ��� d, and will !���
be a witness for the prosecution in ��� J
their case.
The charge were so ne months ago
the subject of a courtmartlal inquiry,
as a result of which Major de la j
Ronda was reprimand! i. It w |S
then sent to the justice department,
but no action was taken. Tho j
II Schofleld Secro charges are laid under sections 11"
and 113 of the Militia act.
0. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the Qrsta nd third Tuesday in each month, risking brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O, U. \Y. hall, Oddfellows' I lock-, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F
���Meets the fourth Friday iu the
month ar 8 o'clock, In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. .1. N. Alton
eson, W. 1'res
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the lsb s Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.     Chief. \v. Sutherland.
On January 7, 1910, we commence ���>
our Great Annual Inventory Sale. 1
Mere's an opportunity for picking jl
up dollars that no man can afford to P
ignore.  We are offering our Men's, il
Boys' and Children's wearables at
prices cut so low that they will
simply be irresistible, prices that
you can't afford to ignore.
WHEN YOU BUY ONE OF OUR SUITS AT A REDUCED
PRICE IT IS THE SAME AS BUYING A BANK NOTE AT A
DISCOUNT. T   v"1; i   .    I   I.       t ���;���
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A Special Line of Suits
as Follows:
SUITS UP TO    $16.00    $9.95
SUITS   UP  TO  $12.00
GRAND TRUNK  OFFICERS
ELECTED  BY   DIRECTORS
X
Regular Line of Suits
I. O. O. F���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at S o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome. G. E. Ol'ley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G. recording secretary
H. .1. A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR  AND
Accountant   Tel, K 128.    Room 7,
Westminster Trust   Block.
CABINET   MAKING.
1). V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 42") Clark-
son   street    (behind    Burr block).
Furniture made and  repaired.  Mission furniture in fir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. B.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgel lou >���
leaf ledgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally News 3lock,  Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT ii CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram cilice.	
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE <fc EDMONDS, HARRIS-
cars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, N w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, 11.
L. Edmonds.
London. .Jan. 6.���At a meeting today of the directors of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway Company nt
Canada Charles M. Hays was elected
president. Alfred W. Smithers chairman of the board of directors, and
Sir Henry Mather-Jackson vice chair- *
man. ' ���
Will Issue $20,000,000 Bonds. \%
Los Angeles, Jan. 7.���The issuance j ���
of J20.000.000 ot bonds was authorized IT
yesterday at a meeting of the direc- A
tors of the Los Angel. -Pacific Com- ���
pany. Of this issue $1 1,000 000 is X
designed to retire the present bonds. X
The balance Is for Improvements, J
chief among which will be the construction of a subway.
$10.00 SUITS FOR . .. $7.50
12.50 SUITS FOR .... 9.35
15.00 SUITS FOR   .. .   11.25
$18.00 SUITS FOR
22.50 SUITS FOR
25.00 SUITS  FOR
WADE, WHEALLER v. McQUARKIL
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Wheadcr, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster
(Phone 14". Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
?.���: j-j^rdic'i-i    Derlire    Dividend.
Dawson, Jan. 7.���The Yukon Gold
pany, controlled by th Guggi n��
helms, covering the richesl ground on
Klondike creek, has declared a second dividend of 10 cents per share.
ALL OVERCOATS ONE-FOURTH OFF.
ROBFS AND SMOKING JACKETS.
NO MAN WHO KNOWS THE LUXURY AND COMFORT OF A
BATHROBE OR SMOKING JACKET COULD BE INDUCED TO
DISPENSE WITH IT. THERE'S OCEANS OF COMFORT IN A
BATH ROBE B-.FORE AND AFTER A BATH, AND FOK
LOUNGING AT WELL. THESE ARE MOVING OUT AT ONE
QUARTER   OFF. ^i^ijjj   ,.<.'_>   , !j r ,....
AT THE HOTELi
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,    SKIRTS,
and Waists. 72S Royal avenue. 204-6
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
crs a��id dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
'STENOGRAPHY &.
TYPEWRITING
7,
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Guichon block.      P. O. Box 694.
CFSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typew*iting; copy work, huslness
letters, etc. Province office, Co
lumbia street.     Phone 62.
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE
DAILY
NEWS
Russell   Hotel.
M. L. Goff, Seattle.
P. \\'. Troup and wife,
Swan.
II. S. liritt, Newberg, Ore.
G. A. Lofferty, Rossland.
W. J. Carson, Vancouver.
D. Roman is,   Vancouver.
F. D. Fleming, Calgary.
Tl;os. R. Carr, Vancouver.
W. C. Bowman, fjpper Sumas
11. M. Keefer. Vancouver.
SS.   White
610 Columbia Street,
Clothiers and Haberdashers.
Windsor Hotel.
N. W. Johnson, Elgin.
J. McLean, Sumas.
J. Guichon, Pt. Guichon.
Jos   Held, Vancouver.
L.       Perkins, California.
A.  ii; milton. Bellington.
Lines   Company  will   apply    to    the   the southern boundary of the provln-
Parliament of Canada, at its present   Cl. 0f Alberta at or near Coutts.
session for an Act further amending;     (6)    From a point on the main line
the   Act  Incorporating  the  Company,' of   the   Western     Division     between
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been  made to register Charles  Brad- . ,     _   	
bury as the owner in fee simple, un-1 chapter 99 of the Statutes of 190*6, as   Moose Lake' and   fete�� Jauno" Cache"
tier a tax sale deed from  the  reeve amended by Statute 86 of the Statutes   thence  through   the  drainage   of  the
ami clerk of Burnaby to Charles Brad- of 1909 by authorizing the construe- Clearwater   River,   Bonaparte   Rlv r,
bearing  date  the   Mth   day  of tion of the following additional lines' Seton  and   Anderson   Lakes  and   th"
A. d., 190S, of all and singular of railway:���
bury,
July,
1M
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots 15 and 10, subdivision
of Block 2, of part of Lot 29, Group 1. , erly direction to a point in the vicin '
You and those
under  you  and
Lillooet River or the Squamish River
(1) From a point on the Western or between the last two rivers to
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific Vancouver, British Columbia author-
Railway between the east limit of | izing an issue of bonds to the extent
of Range 12 and tho West limit of j of $:i()���0U0 a mile of the said lines of
Range 17, west, of the third meridian railway, numbered (1) to (5) Indus-
thence in a southwesterly and west-jive and  comprising    the  said    lines
. within  what are defined by the said
nming through or   ty of Calgary, or to a point on the   Act as the "Manitoba, Saskatchewan
, Pe,r?��,r'  �����';��"'��>��    i��f;   which   the   Company   is   author-   and Alberta Extensions";  authorizing
..J 1. 'OS*.!? ^? said land by vir-  lzed under paragraph 14 of clause 11  an  issue  of  bonds  to  the  extent  of
of   said   chapter   99   to   construct   to ��� $50,000 a mile of the said line of rail-
Calgary: way   numbered   (6)   and   comprising
(2) From a point on the proposed j the said line within what is defined
line mentioned in paragraph (l) be-; by the said Act as the "British Col-
tween the east limit of Range 20 and ! umbia Extensions;" and also amend-
the west limit of Range 28, west of I ing paragraph 11 of clause li of the
the third meridian, thence in an east-1 said Act, as regards the southern ter
erly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint in the vicinity
thereof.
tiie of any unregistered instrument.
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land b] descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser wUhin forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being tiled within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said laod, and I shall
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby order
that publication o/ this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offie.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th day of Novem
ber, A. D��� 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hiland, James Highland
minus of the line thereby authorized,
to be constructed from Regina to the
International boundary at or near
North Portal.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. II. BIGGAR,
Solicitor  for  Applicants.
The Whole Family
can enjoy an Edison Phonograph. All
the latest records, both Standard and
Amberol 4 minute records.
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The Howard
Watch!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Sole   Agent  for   New   Westminster!
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
AT
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(3) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (2) between the east limit, of Range 21 and
the west limit of Range 27, west of
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point in the vicinity thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly _.
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific llle condition or the old bridge ll
railway between Artiand and Wain-inot con8l<lere<l safe for vehicular
wright, thence In an easterly and ;trafflc. an<l the public generally are
southeasterly direction to a point on icautioned against hauling loads of
the line which the company is author- lany klnd 0yer lt-
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand    Trunk    Pacific    Branch
lzed by paragraph 13 of clause 11 of
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Battleford.
(5) From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence in a south-
wesertly and westerly direction to
Lr-thbridge or to a point In the vicinity of Lethbrldge on the line which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
of clause 11 of said chapter 99. authorized  to construct  from Calgary to
Persons continuing to do so affeer
tills notice must take all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNG AN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RE6ERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 untl upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Ro Lots 9fi and 97, Block (i, b Ing
parts of lots 28, 29 and 30, group 2,
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. 5T17F issued In the
mime of Margaret Emily Atkinson,
has been Ill?d in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newsprper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless In the meantime valid objection be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,    New  West
minster, B. C, December 1, 1909.
SYNOP8IS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
In the railway bolt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
la�� extent of onvs-quarter section of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local  land office for the district
in which the laud Is situate. i'."lr'
by pioxy may, however, be male "���
Certain conditions by the lain-
mother, son, daughter, brother or sir
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to inform th^ conditions connected that*
with under one ot the tOUOWlM
plans:
(1) At least six months' resli!c��ce
upon and cultivation of the land <">
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm lu the vicinity ��'
the land entered for, thw requirements
as to residence may be satisfied W
such person residing with the fallier
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land own*!
by him in the vicinity of his ntm'e'
stead, the requirements as to resident
may be satUfied by residence u"��n
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing sho"1'1
be given to the commissioner of lw'
minion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may   ��e
leased   for    a  period  of    twenty-o"J
years at an  annual  rental of Jl  V
acre.      Not   more   than   2500   acre'
shall  be  leased  to  one Individual <>r
company.      A royalty   at tho rate
five cents per ton shall  be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Peputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   <"
this advertisement will    not be I"
for.
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j^*****^ "fVriiRDAY,   JANUARY   8,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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Comfort and Economy With
I Electricity
:, the Housewife the Electric Bad Iron is the greatest boon pos-
Bbie. No device has so lessened the  household  labor.    Tin-  Electric
,l iron is so simple thai a child can operate it: ami it can be used
any part of the house where there is an electric light.    Iron   al-
ys hot;  no useless walking or waiting;  Ironing done in bait tie'
Ime. We carry differeni makes and styles, fail in and let us show
Jiem to you.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
WATER NOTICE.
AT
'S
is an event of a lifetime, nnd the general verdict of all wbo have done so
Is that they want to repeal Hie experience as often as possible, foi' our
food is always of the highest finality,
(dean, wholesome and satisfying, and
served in the Iks! style, quickly anil
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
DVE.RTISE. IN THE NEWS
$6.;
Electric Railway Service
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�����������������������������������������������������<
Interurban   Line.
Bars   for   Vancouver   and way
stations   "HI   fan   every half
hour   from   5:60   a.  m. Last
[   car  leaves  at 11   p.  m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
.   11:30 p.m.
Cars   ' tave   the   depot   every
1 .   uty    minutes   for  both  Sap-
Iperton aud city limits over the
��� City   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
ofiice on tin h r. twenty minutes aft,.', and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. ni
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing tit 6:30
a. in.
Sunday service haIt-hourly between S:30 a. m   and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Notice is lerebj given that an application will lie in , ie m.ii i Pari V.
i i Me "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
;, license in the New Westminster
division of W< stminster district.
iai The nan e ol companj ;ii 'ai; Is
The Vancouver Power Company, Limited, 'i he Ik ad offtct I i al the City
ol \ ancouver, Bi Itish Columbia, The
capital, how di\ ided, showing amount
p I ��� up   ol    -.: ���    divided into
i00,l 00 shares of $1,00 each, all
fully paid up,
(b) The name of the lake, stream
or source, statloo lake totherwise
Know n as "Chehallt laki " i In town^
ship 5, range 30, and the i Iver known
as the Statloo (othei��It e know n as
"Chehalis river") flowing from sari
lake in a southerly direction Into the
iiai i ison ri ,,!��� al Harrison Indian
Ftesi   ve No.  I.
ie) The polnl of dherslon is ai the
lower end of tie said lake, al or
about one mile due west Of the southeast comer ol sectiou 21, towni hip 6,
range 30.
(dj The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second) Is 1000
cubic feel pe ��� second.
tei The character of the proposed
works is tie Impounding ol the waters of the Bald lake hy placing a dam
upon the sal I rivet �� bich il iws out
ol the said lake al the southerly
end thereof and the diversion ol such
river by means of dam, ditch, Hume,
natural waterways, tunnels and pipes,
and the establishment in connection
therewith of a water powei plant, for
the generation of electricity.
If) The premises on which the water is to be used) is a power
house to be constructed on section 11. town ihlp 4, range 30 where
said electric power will be generated.
(g) The purposes for which th ���
water Is to be used is to generate
electric powi i. Unlit and beat for
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every industrial or
other purpose to which it may be applied.
(1) lf the water Is fo he used foi
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to be
returned to some natural channel,
and the difference i:i altitude between
point oi diversion and point of return.
The water will he returned to the bed
of the said Statloo or Chehalis river
al or near section 11, township 4.
range 30: tin- difference in altitude
being approximately Ihe hundred
feet.
I.I) Area of crown land intended to
he occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed approximately 300
acres Inclusive   of   lands lo b" sub-
merged bj reason of Btorage of water,
ikt rl his notice was posted on the
29th and 31 d ly of D< cembi r, 1909,
and application will be made to the
commlst mi r ou the 10th day >.t February, 1910.
ill C; , the ti.lines and add' I I I ei
oi :;. i le.n Ian pi oprietot e or ii-
censees \\ no or who te lands ar likelj
to he affected bj tin- proposi d woi ie .
eitln i above or belo wthe o ttlet.
None.
Attached is copj of such parts of
the company's memorandum of asso
elation as authorize the proposed apple ,i  Ion   and   WOlks .
inn The pari of the memorandum
of  as: e   ...i ne;   of   tiie   C pany   which
authorizes tin' proposed application
and woi Its reads as follows:
"(3) The objects for which the
companj Ii < stablished and to which
obji its the   companj    pre restricted
are I !n . nqulsll ioa oi w.ee, an,I Wa
e '..il     hy    fiC.i   i,       I treCOl ded
wale, or by tin1 purchai e ol watei
i . ;  water pi Ivlh g< a for:
i.i i e;..,n ucting, opi i ai Ing and
maintaining electric works, power
housi s, generating plant and such
othei appliances ami conveniences as
are necessary and proper for the generating of electricity or electric power, ei any other form of developed
powt i. and for transmitting the same
lo he used hy the company ei hy persons oi companies contracting with
the company therefor, as a motiv<
power for the operating of motors.
machinery   or   electric   lighting   or
.other works, or to be supplied by 11'��
company to consumers foi beating or
as a motive power for propelling
tramways, or for driving, hauling,
lifting, pumping, lighting, crushing,
smelting, drilling and milling or to.
I any other operations to which it may
; lie adapted or to be used Or supplied
foi or in connection with any other
purposes for which electricity or electric power may lie applied or required.
tg) For rendering water and water
power available tor use. application
and distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of water in any existing body of water, or extending Cue
ana thereof, diverting the waters of
any stream, pond or bike into any
other channel or channels, laying or
erecting any line or Hume, pipe or
wire, constructing any raceway, re-
son oir. aqueduct, weir, wheel, building, or other erection or work which
may be required in connection with
the Improvement and use of the said
water and waterpower or by altering.
renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or maintaining any such
works or any part thereof."
in)  The  company   applies  for  a  li-
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The Leading Wardrobe Clothier
Can supply you with just
what  you  want  to   keep |
you warm.
Flannel Shirts       Lined Gloves
New consignment or Sweater Coats
(A  look at them  makes you   feel  comfortable.)
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B.C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL *5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
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McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   v*r  day   up.
Room  and  toard  $2.50  per day up.
Room  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, 'nus meets all trains and boat*
The Dally News will be Kept on file
in our reading room.
CAKLETON   QILDERT,  Mgr.
Northern   Crown   Bank
ONLY BANK WITH A WESTERN  HEAD OFFICE
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID  UF CAPITAL , $2,200,000
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
The Intimate relations existing between the Northern Crown Hank
and Western Interests give 'bi!; Institution a unique position among
Canadian Banks. Easl and West it is acknowledged to occupy a position peculiarly Its own. and to cultivate a field of usefulness filed
by no other Hank. We wish to enlist your active support.
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED AT  ANY BRANCH
PHILLIPS
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
BIG SCANDAL IS
UNEARTHED IN FRANCE
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Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New Westminster.
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WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND  EXAMINE  OUR STOCK.
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flioice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
(entral Meat Market
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PHONF tia.
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if yon specify our materials.
Tbe quality of lime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and for that
reason alone It will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and wben the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Sale of Church Property is
Bringing Millions Into the
Pockets of Grafters.
Paris, Jan. 7.���One of the greatest
financial scandals which marked Hie
history of the third French republic
is forcing its way into public attention. While It is not so big as Hie
Panama affair, lt dwarfs the Humbert
scandal and others of recent years.
This is the legal spoliation of the
Catholic church in France.
When a few years ago tbe property
of the religious orders was confiscated by the government, It announced that the value of those buildings was $200,000,000. This made
an excellent political cry, as it was
stated that this huge sum, which represented hospitals, schools and converts of various religious orders,
would be turned over to the state aud
used to pay old age pensions to the
laboring classes. All this property
was sold or Is now being sola by various public ollleials.
Naturally the politicians and political lawyers are not Idle. Their
fees have eaten up a good part of the
proceeds. The minister of justice has
just published his third report with
the sales effected in lnoii. Amazing
facts are disclosed.     Thus, out of 106
cense to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water Is the area of the said
Statloo or Chehalis lake and the lands
surrounding same, up to the point of
diversion, to constitute a reservoir
with an area of about 1400 acres, to
be formed by the utilization of the
natural elevation of the land and
darns.
(o) The means by which It Is proposed to store the water Is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling
upon the surrounding watershed.
(p) The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot In depth below
the outlet will be at zero nil, increasing at the rate of about six acres
for each one foot in depth.
(q) It is proposed to acquire the
land which may be held by private
owners, by purchase, or if necessary
by expropriation.
(r)- The acre feet approximately intended to be Impounded will be about
69,000 acre feet.
VANCOUVER POWER COMPANY,
LTD.
[SEAL.]
F. H. W. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver, B. C.
sales of religious houses. forty litre**
brought in absolutely not one penny.
Everything went in "costs." The
fees paid the lawyers have run up
into hundreds of thousands. Among
those whose names figure in the official lists Is Mlllerand, the former Socialistic leader, With bis secretaries
and the names of many other deputies.
La Libre Parole has printed an article which it beads 'Theft Of Goods
of the Church," whl'e L'Bclalr and
other papers demand to know what
has become of the vanished millions
of the monks. A commission of inquiry has been appointed, which met
the other day at the Senate under
the presidency of Combes, former
prime minister. So far they have
made no definite report. All that can
be learned today conies from annual
reports issued from the ministry of
justice and signed by the guard of the
seal.
That of 1908 shows that In that
year 505 sales were effected. Tbey
brought In a little over $500,000. The
total amount of the sales so far approximates $5,000,000. This pretty
nearly covers property which was ea-
timated to be worth $200,000,001).
The people are beginlng to aak
where the money has gone. Newspapers are making most extraordinary
statements, backed up by figures, of
certain pieces of property which were
knocked down on a single bid. Other
big properties were sold at ridiculous
prices.
La Libre Parole instances the sale
of the historic Hotel Dlron In Paris,
formerly a monastery with huge gardens of Immense values, which waa
bought in at nearly one-fourth its
value. It declares a similar deal ia
being made for the purchase of the
Sncre Coeur. These facts are exciting Interest.
Two hundred mil.Ions of dollars ot
church property seems to have vanished in thin air. The confiscated
property Is going for a song bat
newspapers hesitate to state j��wt
where the profits of the transacttona
are going. The only names given
are those of lawyers and admlnlstrar
tors, who of course, have the right
to charge exactly what they please
for their service. One of the liquidators of the confiscated property of
the church brought In a report IB
June, 1901, showing that the cost of
selling that particular piece of property was nearly double the amount
realized from the sale. These facte
are beginning to agltt.te public opinion. In well informed circles lt la
believed that "the scandal of the
lsblng millions of the church" ig In
possible to keep covered.
Empress of Britain Arrives.
Montreal, Jan. 7.���The Empress �����
Britain docked at Halifax at 1 p. m.
today and left for St. John at 1:35
p. m. with first and second cabin passengers.
"Lifebuoy Soap Is flellghttully refreshing for bath or toilet. For wa���
Ing underclothing It ia uneqaelea.
Cleanses and  purifies.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   JANUARY 8
The Daily News
Published by The Dally Mews Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
WANDERED NUDE IN
COLD;  FOUND FROZEN
SATURDAY,   JANUARY   8,   1910.
SLEIGHING   ON   STREETS.
A correspondent, who expresses a
desire that bis letter shall not be published, has written objecting rather
strongly to our remarks upon sleighing in the public streets, lie reminds
us that we were all boys or girls at
some time, and could "enjoy to the
full the Invigorating pastime of coasting in the winter time." Plainly and
straightforwardly be accuses Tlte
Daily News of being "mean in trying
to rob the youngsters of a healthy enjoyment   which  hurts  nobody."
U'e plead guilt} to having at Home
period of our existence belonged to
the genus boy, and we agree whole
heartedly in the proposition that
coasting on ice or snow is a most "invigorating pastime." To us the delight
of such an experience was, however,
unknown in boyhood days, nevertheless we are in full sympathy with tin'
yearning of the youth of New Westminster to appropriate the streets of
the city for tobogganing purposes.
But we are nevertheless compelled to
urge that the public streets are designed for use by pedestrians and
wheeled traffic and noi for public
playgrounds, and that their use for
coasting and sliding by juveniles is
not conducive to I lie safety and convenience of the public.
We have no desire whatever to
"rob the youngsters of a healthy enjoyment." Rather do we deik.,1 in
seeing them experience so much real,
hearty pleasure in outdoor pastimes,
��� and recognise thai the employment
of their leisure hours in such a way
is deserving of every encouragement.
But here again we are obliged to
yield to the dictates of good sense
and say that in the consideration of
this matter the general public comes
first and the youngsters afterwards.
Therefore in urging the adoption of
tne.wares to prevent sleighing and
sliding mi the public streets we maintain that we were acting iii till interests of the public and lor the public
good. Accordingly WJ cannot agree
that we were guilty of any meanness.
But this same worths citizen has
put toith aii admirable proposal in bis
letter. He says: "Why not urge the
Council to provide a proper tobog-
ai Ing slide, li:,, thi .��� have In Montreal, in Queen's Park or some other
suitable public place?" This is a
sound and sensible suggestion, and
we commend it, without any amplification) to the Works Committee of
the Council. The cost of such a work
could not be very much, for the
physical formation of some parts ot
the Park would provide a slide already formed. Such an institution
would certainly make possible a
healthy and delightful means of recreation for our juveniles, who would
no longer be driven to appropriate
the sidewalks for sleighing purposes.
In fact, such a toboganning slide
would give pleasure to many of us
who are no longer privileged to consider ourselves as belonging to the
happy class of Virginlbus et puer-
csque.
Victoria,    Jan.      7.���The    body    of
George   Roberts,  section  foreman   on
the E, & s. railway, who disappeared
on   Sat in day   night   last,   was   discovered yesterday afternoon on  the trail
in the mountains one and a halt miles
from    Coldstream.        That     Roberts' i
strange disappearance was due to his
dist in bed mental state is evident, lie
bad   removed   every   vestige   of  clothing except his boots, and in his nude
condition    bad   apparently wandered
about   until   overcome  by   exhaustion, j
and   he  lay  down and  succumbed toi
the extreme cold. ,
f   MARKET
i   REPORT
The feature of yesterday's market
was the decline in the price of eggs,
which dropped to 50 cents for the first
time in a couple of months, The demand was fairly active, but the supply was particularly good, which accounts for the slump. Considering the
adverse conditions under which It
was held, the markel was good, there
being a good attend tnce and a fail'
supply of produce. No boats of any
kind came down the river and all the
stuff that was offered for sale was
b 'light in wagons oi by rail. This
was the first market in 1910 and perhaps that inspired the farmers to
make a good start.
There was a fair supply and demand for all meats. The offering of
fowl was not so large but all found
ready sale. There were a. few more
boxes of apples on hand than 1he
public seemed prepared to buy. the
price of the last few weeks was maintained. There was a fair supply and
demand for potatoes. The offering of
vegetables was particularly good, and
was cleared out. early in the morning.
A few cut flowers and intuits were
offered for sale and were quickly
bought up by early buyers.
Official   Quotations.
i1' ef,  hindquarters, per lb. ,8c to 9c
Beef, forequarters, per lb 5c to 7c
Lamb U'e to 13c
Mutton   10c to 11c
Veal, medium   lie
Pork, medium   10c to He
r  :   , wholesale, per dozen   45c
Eggs, retail, per dozen  ....50c to 55c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butter .retail, per lb 35c
Fowl, per doz $7.00 to $S.0n
Chickens, per doz $5.oo to $7.oo
situated both for local and foreign
shipments, but as the market of the
new company will extend east to
Winnipeg and tributary regions, in
which territory there is estimated to
be an annual consumption of over
$1,000,000 worth of bags, envelopes,
boxboard, building paper, roofing,
paper boxes, etc., the company will
not, in till probability, have much
surplus for foreign shipments, although they are anxious to develop
the Oriental trade as soon as possible.
The total output of the plant will
he about $400,000 per annum.
Work Starts on  Monday.
The company intends putting a
large force of men on the work next
.Monday morning and Noble Heath,
the architect and engineer, is confident that the mill will he Iii operation
by December 1 of this year.
The Company's Officers.
Following are the officers of the
new company: Greek Kelts, fiscal
agent British Columbian Wood Pulp
.V Paper Co., Ltd., Vancouver; John
Merrlam, president Morey-Merriam
Co., wholesale and retail stationers,
Seattle; S. G. Faulkner, president
British Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper
Co., Ltd.; ,\. s. Brake, paper importer,
Vancouver; Ed. J. Allen, manager fis-'��
cal agency of the II.C. Wood Pulp <fe
Paper Co., Vancouver.
MUNICIPALITY OF  BURNABY.
	
The Annual Public Meeting of Ratepayers of the Municipality of Burnaby will be held at the Municipal hall,
Edmonds, 13. C, on Saturday January
8th, 1910, at 2 p.m.
C.  T.  SAUNDERS, C.M.C.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
is something very useful this cold
weather: Coal oil stoves, only 90c
each, useful both winter and
summer.
The Fair
616 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
January
Clearance
Sale
Everything Reduced at
m
orium
I   17 F'Q Furniture Empori
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1 Phone 7;
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Broilers, per doz.
Ducks, per doz. ..
Potatoes, per ton
Apples, per box .
Onions, per sack .
Carrots, per sack
Turnips, per sack
Parsnips, per sack
Heels,  sack   . .
|4.00 to $.6.00
..   .$15 to $18
 $1<!
.$1.25 to $'���"���"'
 $1.25
 60c
 60c
 75c
 $1
OUT
BIG RETIRING SALE A T
A
New Concern Will
And what a sensation the announcement is causing!   Mr. T. H. Smith isl
retiring from business, and the whole stock is being offered at surprisingly]
low prices in an effort to reduce it by $20,000 before being taken over by]
the purchaser.   Everything in the store (with the exception of a very few
3 articles) is reduced.   No half measures, prices cut to the bone in every sec-
Employ Massy Men j tion of the store.    Pay a visit now.    Opportunities were never riper than at present
THE    WATERFRONT.
The expansion of the business of
Messrs. Gilley Bros., and the intended provision of increased berthing accommodation at their wharf; the removal of the Vulcan Ironworks to a
new site on the waterfront, and tbe
probable establishment of at bast
one other industry in a similar location, are gratifying indications of the
upward movement of local commercial affairs. Inquiries are on foot and
projects are forming which if they
materialise will surely effect a considerable change in the aspect of the
riverside. Il is pretty certain thai
well within the next five years the
bankB of the Fraser will present a
busy, bustling scene such as was
scarcely imagined possible five years
ago.
NANAIMO  ASSOCIATION
8EEKS  GOVERNMENT  AID
Victoria, Jan. 7.���Messrs. Booth
and Shaw, representing the Nanaimo
Agricultural association, this morning waited upon Premier McBride
with whom were several of his ministers, urging provincial financial cooperation in the seeming of suitable
exhibition grounds at Nanaimo. in
which connection a liberal proposal
has been made by the Western Fuel
Company.
The sympathy of the governmenl
with tbe proposals was expressed,
and the delegates requested to formulate a brief of their request, which
will be taken Into consideration at an
executive meeting Monday.
(Continued from Page one.)
acres of ground with a front.ige of
1142 feel on the Gre u Northern Railway al Sapperton Siding, as a site for
ie plant, and ai i angements have
in en made to rush work on the con-
strui lion of the buildings al once.
This "ill be in charge of Noble
Heath, one of the well known paper
mill builders of the United States.
Mr. Heath having been employed by
some of the largest mills erected
across the line.
The water of the Brunette river
will be utilized for the manufacture
of the boxboard, etc., it being estimated that it will require approximately 350,000 gallons per bay.
In the manufacture of boxboard,
building paper, etc., the ws*ier is employed over and over again, it noi
being necessary to have the same
purity of water which is required In
the manufacture of wood pulp and the
liner grades of paper.
Modern Equipment.
The planl will have a capacity of
60 tons per week and the equipment
will he the most modern and up-to-
date procurable,
In the manufacture of boxboard,
building paper, sheathing, rooting,
deadening felts, carpet lining, etc.,
waste materials such as rags and
waste papers, are employed instead
Of ground wood or chemical pulp.
The produci is made on what is
known ah a cylinder machine, while
news and wrapping paper is made on
a Fourdiinier machine,
Waste Material  Is Cheap.
The object of using waste is not
only to cheapen the cost of production, bul to give ti certain linlsb to
the product. The material is carefully selected, baled and pressed and
commands from $t; to $15 pel ton.
Waste stock, on account of its easy
beating qualities and peculiar ple.xl-
bility lias almost entirely superseded
wood pttlii in the manufacture of box-
board, building paper and carpet lining (luting the last ten years.
In connection with the board mill,
the company intends to establish B
modern and up-to-date plant for the
manufacture of bags, envelopes, paper boxes, oyster pails, etc. There
is a large markel for these specialties on the coast and In Western
Canada, especially in cartons and
fancy hoxes, and Mr. Holts appears
confident that this industry will
prove equally as Important as the
manufacture of wood pulp and paper;
and having organized and made possible the ibst wood pulp and paper
planl of Western Canada, he is naturally anxious to establish the plant
for the kindred lines Which are so
closely allied with tbe pulp and paper business.
Site  Well   Situated.
The site of the plant Is admirably
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Excepiional Offers in Dress Goods
No matter what your needs may be in Dress Goods we can
supply you, and at a marginal figure too. Blacks and colored
goods all  reduced to rush out in record time.
Six pieces of self-striped mohair, in various colorings, light and
dark shades, 42 inches wide. Reg. 40c and 50c values for, yard 25c
Thirty-five pieces of smart dress goods, plain, and novelty effects, in an extensive range of colors and materials, tweeds and
plain cloths. Do not miss this offer. Reg. values to 75c for, per
yard 37 1-2c
About 200 yards of heavy tweeds, mixtures and check designs,
chiefly dark colors, 52 to 50 inches wii'e. Reg. to $1.25 for, per
yard 50c
Silk eollennes, in a large assortment or dainty evening shades,
to be cleared at an astonishing figure. Reg. $1.00 and $1.25 values
for,   per   yard 59c
Liberty and Directoire Satins 39c Yard
And In all shades too. Just the thing for a stylish, inexpensive
evening gown. Pale blue, rose, helio, crimson, brown, navy, taupe,
light grey, mauve, cream and black comprise the colorings. 21
inches wide. Reg. 75c per yard, for   39c
Startling Figures on all Furs
Save much by buying your furs here. Wo want to clear out the
entire stock and cost prices are not considered. Two specials are
as follows:
Ladies' $25 Coats for $10
All this season's creations���No old stock among thi 01
and silk trimmed styles, semi, and tight fitting, in greens, bi
navys and blacks. Reg. values to $25 for	
1 ;.l
Marmot,  foxallne, boar, etc. Reg. values to $7.50 for
$2.50
Russian hare, marmot, sable, mock ermlno, etc., stoles, throws
and scarf shapes. Reg. values to $12.50, for *5-00
Children's Coats for $3.50
Mothers will find great  bargains  awaiting  them   at   this
Lay  in  a good  supply  now.    It Is a good investment. Child en'l
coats in almost till colors and sizes. Reg. values to $7.50, to   '��� ��
at    W*
White Bedspreads 90r Each
Grecian bedspreads, marcella designs, free from dressing, suypte
bed size. Reg. $1.25 for 90c
Extra size Grecian spreads, full double bod size. A snap at
$1.75.  Special    ,   $u5
Stunning Offers in House-furnishings
Linen huckaback towels, hemmed, special, pair  2^
Right-pound grey blankets, a limited quantity only, pair   $"3
Curtain   scrim,  small   design on Paris ground, per yard  ��� ��� ��� 2i
Largo size turklsh towels, white or colored, per pair  65<
Circular  pillow  cotton,  40 or 42 Inches wide. Reg. 25c. pei
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Six dozen pairs of children's black cashmere luise, slze�� i W I,
5 and 5 1-2 only. Reg. 26c for, pair >* |
Ladies'   and  children's   black hose, plain, 2 1-2 and 4 1-3, rib"'
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SATURDAY,  JANUARY  8,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
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SPORTING NEWS
JANUARY SALE.
Bargains in Underwear
and Hosiery
Ladies' black cashmere hose, ribbed    and plain. January sale,    per
pair 25c
[  Ladles' ribbed vests and drawers. January sale, each 45c
Flannelette underwear. All marked at January sale prices.
ROVERS ARE BARRED
FROM FOOTBALL FIELD
Referees' Association Will
Not Supply Officials Until
An Apology is Sent.
BUY   NOW.
Tne Fashion Centre
i
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Xmas Fancy Goods
NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TOPS, CENTRES. DOYLIES, TOWEL OR TIE RACKS, WORK BAGS, FANCY
WORK APRONS, COLLARS.       JABOTS, HANDKER
CHIEFS, ETC.,  ETC.
IF YOU ARE WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
WE   HAVE   IT.
No referees will be supplied by the
Referee's association for any football
game In which New Westminster participates until the Rovers club here
has apologized to the association for
the manner in which it sent in a protest against Referee Williscroft, who
officiated in the game here on Christmas Day bet ween the Rovers and the
Celtics. This action was taken last
night at ;i meeting of the Referees'
association held in Vancouver.
It was claimed by the executive of
the Westminster Football club that
the referee had performed his work
iu a very unsatisfactory manner at
the Christmas game, but instead of
sending in a protest. In the regular
manner, a curt characterization of the
referee was written on a post, card
and sent to the association with the
aforementioned disastrous result.
Just what action the local club will
take in the light of this latest development is a matter of conjecture, but
it. is manifestly impossible to finish tbe season without referees, and
the Referee's association seems to be
in control of the situation.
It was expected that a successor to
Secretary Phillips, wbo has resign* d
from his position in the Referee's association, would be appointed at last
night's meeting, but there was so
much other business that the matter
was not considered.
LATHAM BREAKS
HEIGHT RECORDS
French Aviator Sails About
3600 Feet Above Earth in
Heavier-Than-Air Machine
The House
that is [the* Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR XMAS
Mourmelon, France, Jan. 7.���All
records for height attained in a
heavier-than-air machine were exit ed-
ed today by Hubert Latham, the
French aviator. Tbe height reached
was between 2400 and 3600 feet,
Which is nearly 200 feet better than
the record previously held by Latham, officially, and considerably
greater than tbe marks unofficially
made by    Orville    Wright and Louis
Paulhan,
Excellent weather and a favorable
wind favored Latham's attempt. His
machine rose gracefully and oa each
turn mounted higher and higher until
it became a mere speck in the sky.
In all the aviator Hew about forty
miles. When be descended be was
enthusiastically greeted by the spectators.
BOWLING
The Benedicts bought some more
grub for the Bachelors last, night as
a  result of    a  bowling    game at the
International Polo Contest.
London, Jan. 7.���The secretary of
the Hurlingham club today received a
cablegram from tlu secretary of the
Polo Association of the United States
accepting, on behalf of tbe association, the provisional challenge for an
international polo cup contest this
year, providing that a formal challenge should follow by tbe first, of
June
Front    street    alleys.      South
j Johndro  did  some  fair  bowling,
none of the others could top the
hundred mark.     The score:
BACHELORS.
1.        2. 2.
Campbell 133 144 134
Smith 1015 151 180
Steel 172 167 150
Monteith 117 170 172
South 191 156 161
and
but
five-
Tot.
411
4'J4
495
459
508
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
asy
TOBACCO TRUST'S
SPREAD IS TRACED
Totals
Johndro
Gilchrist
Sloan  ...
Purdy..
Carver  ..
 776    788
BENEDICTS.
1.
 174
..   ..143
 107
 142
 156
S03   2367
16S
160
143
178
176
166
170
149
135
151
Tot.
508
473
399
455
483
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
FEAI. ESTATE  AGEIJTS
PRONT   STREET.
Washington, Jan. 7.���Alleging thai
the American Tobacco Company > mi'
trolled a preponderating portion ot
tbe tobacco b'ls'ne bs ol the country,
Attorney-General Wickersbam today
began the last of the arguments before the supreme court in the tobacco
mist ctises.
Mr. Wickersbam traced the growth
of tiie organization from 1890, when
he said tbe lust combination was
n ade by the consolidation of five companies. From this tiie trust bad
gradually gathered unto itself sixty
different institutions so that it was
now able to control virtually all of
tbe cigarette business and the larger
pan of the entire tobacco industry
of the United States.
He declared that the income of the
American Tobacco Company in 1907
had amounted  to  $36,000,000.
SALOON   MAN   FINED FOR
GIVING BEER TO OWN CHILD
Kalaina, Jan. 7.���Steinberg, owner
of the Yellowstone saloon of Kalama,
was lined $88.40 today. Steinberg
brought bis three-year-old child in his
saloon and began to give it beer until it was drunk. He then stood the
child up on the bar and put a cigar
in its mouth, winch it chewed for
half an hour. Sheriff T. A. Catiline
arrested hiin. It cost him $30 for
putting the cigar iu its mouth and
$50 for giving it beer, and the costs
were $6.40.     He paid it cash.
il    2318
Totals 722   82
Foul line, J. B. Fisher.
Scorer,  Wiggins.
On Monday night the Steelheads
will play a league game with the
Cohoes.
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Japanese Educationalist Arrives.
San Francisco, Jan. 7.���Baron Dai-
oku Klkuchi, president of Kioto university and formerly minister of education of Japan, arrived here yester-
! day on the Nippon Marti, en route to
attend the dedication of the Pacific
forum in New York. He may deliver some lectures on Japanes education while in this country.
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
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New Westminster
Liberal Association
The annual meeting of the above association will be held
in the Liberal Club rooms, Corner McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
Wednesday. January 12
The election  of officers is Included    in tbe business of
importance to be transacted.
All Liberals are reo, nested to be present.
A.  E.  KELLINGTON,
President.
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BARNUM   HOTEL GUESTS
THROWN   INTO   PANIC
St. Louis, Jan. 7.���One fireman was
killed and several severely injured
wdien the Cambridge hotel was destroyed by Are early today. Scores
of guests narrowly escaped with their
lives.
The guests al the Barnum hotel, adjacent to the Cambridge, were thrown
Into a panic when the flames were
discovered.
William Clelland, a survivor of the
Cherry mine disaster, who was staying at tbe Barnum with his family,
went among the terrified lodgers assuring them that there was no danger. He probably averted a stampede.
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FEDERATION   PROJECTED OF
SAILORS   AND   LONGSHOREMEN
Compulsory Vaccination Beaten.
London. Ont.. Jan. 7.���Compulsory
vaccination In force here for years,
received a deathblow in the municipal election, for last night at the first
meeting of the new board of education the rule was suspended, and
when it comes up again will be killed.
A hot campaign was waged at the
end of tbe year as a result of deaths
following vaccination here and elsewhere. 	
THE BEST
MERCHANTS'
LUNCH
AND DINNER
IN THE
CITY.
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SUNDAY, 6 to 8 p.m.
Arcadian Overture Wheeler.
Intermezzo Mascagni
Anvil Chorus HI Trova-
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La Palma Verdi
Spring Song ..Mendelssohn
Amaryllis .. .. Henri Ghya
Cornet  solo "Serenade,"
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Tacoma, Jan. 7.-��� Rumor is current
among waterfront men that the sailors' and longshoremen's unions contemplate a federation, embracing the
entire Pacific coast. It. is said to
have been under consideration for
some time and will probably result
directly from the longshoremen's difficulties on Gray's harbor. The sailors' union is composed of mariners in
the coastwise trade, At present they
do some loading on the coastwise
lumber ships, and this is regarded as
detrimental by the longshoremen.
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Bottles,
Syringes, and
Combination
of Both
Our stock is large and well assorted. We have the cheap kind
and we also have the kind
that we guarantee in one, two
three and four quarts. Prices range
from $1 up. It will repay you to
look us up If you need anything
at all usually kept in a first-class
drug store.
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Accidents Will Happen
In spite of all you can do, and the most careful person Is often the
victim  of circumstances.
Why not protect yourself by taking out an accident or health policy or both combined? It would be  a  good start for the  New  Year.
I write all kinds of accident and health policies in the old reliable
Railway Passengers' Assurance Company of London. Let me quote
you rates.
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ABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
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Fresh, 40c pound.
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Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN  RICE���
Good quality 6 pounds 25c
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10c can
CANNED  STRAWBERRIES���
15c can
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SATURDAY,   JANUARY 8
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FISHERMEN RETURN FROM
THE JAWS OF HEATH
Only   One   Boat   Now   Missing   Out   of
Twenty-five Caught in Storm Off
Nova Scotia Court.
Halifax, Jan. 6.���After having
weathered the worst storms experienced alonj the coast for sonic time
twenty-tour out of the tweny-five Ashing boats thai were- reported lost,
have turned up and today there is
only one boat missing, the Juanlta.
It is thought the missing boat has
probably ridden out the storm.
The twelve-ton schooner Trilby, of
Dover, was sighted forty miles off
Whitehead island yesterday morning
by the Fatness liner Rappahannock,
in a sinking condition. The crew-
were badly frost bitten and the vessel
was unmanageable from the w Igiil
of Ice.
The Steamer Cabot has reached
Whitehead harbor with the crews of
the schooner Seallea and another
boat. All the crews Of boats suffered from the cold and lack of food
and till are more or less frost bitten.
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ELUSIVE   REWARDS.
Editor Daily .News:
Sir.���Twelve public school pupils
won the governor-general's bronze
medals during the past four years,
but did not gel them. These medals
so generously donated by his excellency the governor-general are prized
by the pupils of the public schools
more highly than any other reward.
This makes it all the more desirable
thai the'; Bhould be distributed In a
fair and honorable manner.
Earl Grey, who increased the number of these bronze medals In 1906
from four to fifteen, has decided opinions about fair play. In a speech to
the pupils of a school at Port Hope, j
Ont., he told them to give no counte- j
nance to those who did not play the
game fair. He also said they might
be sure there was something rotten
in tbe character of Canada if her
sports were not conducted in a fair
j manner.
The (lood Hook says it were better
j for a person to have a millstone tied
| around his nee. a . ; i lie casi into
, the sea than to offend    hlldren.
Proof that at least live pupils
of the public schools \\t.. dually entitled to k i medal, li... .iu not get
one.
Alex. Robiuson, deputy minister of
education, explained to tho school
I trustee convention at tievelstoke last
Winter that those bronzo medals were
given to the places thai sem up the
most pupils tit the high school entrance examinations, coupled with the
assurance that there was no favoritism.
Tiiis explanation is practically the
statement  of Premier McBrlde also;
i because the premier sent a letter to
' the convention stating that Alex. Kob-
1 inson would speak In his plaew.
The   delegate   from   the   Keefer's
(school  board  at   that   convention  had
prepared a resolution to bring before
it concerning  the  method of distributing   those   fifteen    bronze   medals.
. The method Indicated hy Alex  Robinson  by   which   the  places  were  selected  tor such an  honor seemed so
fair  and  so practical   that   no  resolu-
1 tion was brought before the convention,    it   would  have been  useless to
I do so iii the f.ue of such a plausible
explanation.     ll   seemed   quite   laudable that the department should wish
to encourage places to pass up to tl"'
high school as many pupils as possible, and for that purpose to award the
governor-general's  bronze  medals as
the   reward  for   their  successful    efforts.
The trouble is the department has
not kept faith with those places. U
has broken its word. The following
shows it. The proof is furnished by
the department Itself. Out of its own
mouth  it   is condemned.
In 1906 the first fifteen places in
order that sent up the mosi pupils
to tho high school were as follows:
These live oldest cities���Vancouver,
Victoria, New Westminster, Nanaimo
and Nelson, then Revelstoke, Ross-
land, Kamloops, Armstrong, Vernon,
Ladners, Fernie, Kelowna, Golden
t Enderby, Slocan and Grand Forks
tie).
In  1907 the five oldest cities, then
Revelstoke,     Rossland,     Ladysmith,
Grand Forks, Vernon. Kelowna, Chilliwack, Kaslo Kamloops. Armstrong.
In   1908 the five oldest cities, then
Armstrong,     Kamloops,      Chilliwack.
Vernon, Revelstoke, Cranbrook, Lady-
smith,    Rossland    (Peachland,    New
Denver and Golden tie).
In  1909 the five oldest cities, then
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Revelstoke, Kamloops. Vernon. Chilliwack, Kossland. Grand Forks. Sum-
merland (North Vancouver, Colling-
wood, Penticton and Ladysmith tie).
When entitled to mis award Armstrong, Ladners, Kelowna. Golden,
Enderby and Slocan. in 1906; Chilliwack and Armstrong In 1907, Chilliwack, Cranbrook. Peachland and New
Denver in 1908; Suuiinet land. North
Vancouver, Colllngwood and Penticton in 1909, received no medal.
In 1906, as there were fifteen medals awarded, il is quite clear thai
David McNalr, with 695 marks at
Armstrong, .Miss Leans Leary, with
712 marks at Ladners. Miss Mary 1
Blggar, with 716 marks al Kelowna.
and Miss Dorothy C. Jones, with 831
marks at Golden, were each entitled
to a medal, but got none.
As Enderby, Slocan and Grand
Forks each sent up the same number
of pupils and so tied for the fifteenth
medal, it seems fair that U should
have been awarded to Ernest Evans
of Enderby with 842 marks. This
was the highest marks taken at this
examination. Ho thus proved himself to he the best scholar in the
province. Grand Forks, however,
got a medal with 789 marks, and the
best  scholar got none.
In 1907 ir is quite clear that Miss
Eloise Street with 749 marks at Chilliwack and Miss Pearl V. Leverlngton
with 599 marks at Armstrong were
entitled to the twelfth and flftenth
medals,  but  they got  none.
In 1908 it is unite clear that Miss
Marjorie McGIIIivray  with 738 marks
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Makers But Poor
Savers
at Chilliwack and Miss Marj Palmer
with 807 marks al Cranbrook were
entitled to the eighth and eleventh
medals;  but they got none.
As Peachland, New Denver and
Golden sent up the same number of
pupils and tied for the fourteenth and
fifteenth medals, it is clear that Miss
Olive Young with 819 marks at
Peachland and Miss Ruth Armstrong
wild 743 marks at Golden were entitled to them. Miss Armstrong gol
In i.-.;  bul  Miss Young did not.
In 1909 it is quite clear thai Miss
Vlvia ft. Fulton with 77;: marks at
Summerland is entitled to the twelfth
medal;  but got none.
As .North Vancouver, Colllngwood,
Penticton and Ladysmith sent up the
same number ol pupils and tied for
tha thirteenth, fourteenth and Of-
let nth medals, it is clear thai Charb a
Lawrence with Tun marks at North
Vancouver, and Miss Cecile Boyd
with 671 marks ai Colllngwood were
entitled to the thirteenth and fourteenth medals; but got none. The
head pupil at Penticton and Ladysmith each got Gf>7 marks so that
some oilier method of deciding the tie
was necessary. The Ladysmith pupil
gol   a  medal.
The following twelve pupils who
have been shown beyond till doubt
to be fairly entitled to a medal according to the department's own explanation ; bu go in mo. stand as living witnesses against the carelessness of the education department;
David McNalr of Armstrong, Leana
Leary of Ladners, Mary 1. Blggar of
Kelowna, Dorothy C. Jones of Golden.
Eloise Street of Chilliwack. Pearl V.
Leverington of Armstrong, Marjorie
McGIIIivray of Chilliwack. Mary Palmer of Cranbrook, Olive Young of
Peachland, Vlvia R. Fulton oi Summerland, Charles Lawrence Of North
Vancouver, and  Cecile Boyd  of    Colllngwood.
lf there was neither carelessness
nor favoritism, why did these pupils
not get a medal?
Will every lover of Justice and
Fair Play please coax Premier McBrlde to do righl and to make
amends for the Injustice done no1
only to those pupils; but also to the
places where those pupils wen
prepared to pass the entrance examination?
January 6, 1910.        J. N. MUIR.
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NO EMPLOYEE OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD WE
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS MANNER?
ASK YOUR GROCER  GROCER   ABOUT   IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Light-
house Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Dally  News Pub.  Co., Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT���Both the coupon
which appears In the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY COUPONS AS YOU WISH.
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision, V
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just when\
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY AQSO
LUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DIS
TRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT, ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE It.
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH  DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IN A
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HAVE THE POSITIVE ASSURANCE
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND NARROWS IN THE VERY NEAR
FUTURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSELVES TO DO THIS. EXPERTS TELL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING SO, WnAT DO YOU THINK WILL
BE THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON THE COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WONT
BUY THEM.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD APPLY TO E. W. McLEAN. 501
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
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MnauHan* ill
rURDAY,   JANUARY   8,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Certificate of improvements notice.
a No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Frae-
al, Silicon Fractional Grouped
eral Claims, situated in the New
itminster Mining Division of
/ Westminster District, where
ted Pitt Lake:
e   notice   that   we,   Pitt.    Lake
and Cement Company; Limited,
Miner's Certificate No. B30434,
d 00 days from the date hereof
ply to the  Mining  Recorder for
���tiflcate of Improvement for the
of obtaining a Crown Grant
|Hle above claims.
^Kd further take noli,,, that action
j^Br section 37 musl  b<   commenced
^^je the issuance  of such  Certlfl-
of Improvements.
ted this 14th  day of December.
I 1909.
,AKE  BRICK  AND   CEMENT
H>   LTD., 10. .1. FADER, Agent.
Miner's Certificate No. B30435.
NOTICE.
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Bfcistrict of New Westminster.
Ink' notice that thirty days after
Itte i, i-Miiii l.euise I���.,i��� i...i11, of
f^Kouver, li. ('., occupation, teacher,
^B(l to apply fin- a license to pie.;
��Ot lei' real ami petr.ileum en till'
���ing  described   lauds:
itnencing al  a post planted at
tithwest cottier of Central Park,
��� north No  chains, thence easl
Bains,    thence    south So chains,
ice west 80    chains   to place ol
lenceiiient,  containing 640 acres
or less.
B>1TI1 LOUISE PATEllSON,
T. .1.  BEATTY, Agent.
He;:ied December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
���(Strict of New \Vestminster.
te notice that  thirty days after
1,   John    William    Beatty,   of
���omer,  li. (.'.. occupation painter.
\i\ to apply for a license to pros-
for coal  and   petroleum on  the
k'ing described   lands:
���Uuuencing  at   a  post  planted  at
Tportlteast   corner  of    Mary   Sum-
northeast    cornei' posi  on  the
Idary road, one mile north of tbe
Jfc.lt.   tramway,    thence north  80
Hfes, thence west  80 chains, thence
���Qnth   Ml   chain ..   lie   llee   eaSl   S .   cliaillS
Uil'phtee  of  coioim nci nn nt.  contain-
g <6-!u  aei'es   mole   o:   |. .'-=.
fc JOHN   WILLI \.M   111-: \TTV,
T. .1.  BEATTY, Agent,
located December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notice  that   thirty  days  after
1    Thomas    James    Beatty, of
louver,   B.   C,   occupation,  miner,
to apply  for a  license to pros-
tor coal and   petroleum on  the
ing described  lands:
bnmenclng at   a  post planted  ai
louthwest   corner  of district   lot
ty     twenty-five    (2025),   thenci
SO     chains,     thence     easl
bains,      thence     south       80
Ss.    thence    west    80 chains to
of commencement,  containing
ires more or  less.
TIlo.MAS  JAMES  BEATTY.
ted December 7, 1909.
(d.)    Tbe quantity ol water applied |
for (in cubic feet per second)    One-
quarter of cubic foot.
(e.) The character of proposed
works, for irrigation witli hydraulic
ram.
if.)   Tho  premises  on   which   the I
water Is to be used  (describe same)
Fourth division of tho North half of
Lot 8.
tg.) The purposes for which the
water is to be used, for growing domestic produce.
lh.) lf for irrigation, describe the
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage, about one and one-half acres.
(k.) This notice was posted on the
29th day of December, 1909, and application will be made to the commissioner on the 29th clay of January,
1909, at 11 a.m.
(I.) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands arc likely to
be affected by the proposed works.
either above or below the outlet, noix
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
ROYAL   COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
COMPETITIVE    DESIGNS.
ll,,,! !'ln>!ilil"'     liilllliiifii.iiiiimr
The Board of    Managers    for the \
Royal   Columbian     Hospital     invites
architects  to  submit   competitive  designs of a General Hospital, which  it
is proposed to   erect,   al  Sapperton, |
New Westminster, B. C.
The designs shall be superscribed:
! Design, Royal Columbian Hospital, j
and addressed to w. 11. Keary, Secretary Board Of Managers, Royal Col- t
umbian Hospital, New Westminster,;
H. C, and will be received up to noon i
Wednesday,   16th   February,  1910.
The design placed first by the adjudicator   will  receive  a premium  Of
?400;  the second a premium of $300; '
the third a premium of J200,
The    Board    of  Managers    is  not
(Signature)   KLZO  J.  W11ITCI1ER. ' bound to erect the building from t
l P.O.  address)
Burquitlam, B.C.
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster  Land  District, DIs
trlct of New Westminster.
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie, of New Westminster, B.
C, occuaption, barrister at law, intends to apply for permission to pur-
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a posi planted on
the shore of Welcome Pass at the
Southwest corner ot Lot 1478, group
1 New Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boitti-
dar yof said Lot 1478, 40 chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit 38,783, ' thence south
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,783, 4u chains
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
'limber Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (1C0 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
ROYAL  ENGLISH  EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
NOTICE.
strict of New Westminster.
��� notice that  thirty days after
l Catherine Florence Beatty of
louver,  B.  C,    occupation,  lady,
d to apply for a license to pros-
for  coal   and   petroleum  on   the
iring lands,
immencing    at    a  post    planted
 Jtv chains east of T. J. B. north-
�� 'corner, thence north Si) chains,
thmce east Mi chains, thence SOUth
SO Chains, thence west SO chains, to
place of commencement, containing
���40 acres more or less
CATHERINE FLORENCE BEATTY.
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
���      _ any j
of the designs submitted.
Conditions   governing     competition
can be obtained by bona fide competi-1
tors  upon  application   to  the  under
signed.
W.   II.  KEARY,
Secretary,   Board   Of   .Managers
New Westminster,  B. (.'.. .January 7
1910.
13
is the Wonderful New Flour
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will lie made under Par v. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the New Wesiminster division of Westminster district,
ia) The name of the company in
full is The Vancouver Power Company, Limited. The head ofiice is at
the City of Vancouver, British Columbia. The capital, how divided,
showing amount paid up of $-,500,000
divided into 2,500,000 shares of $1
each, all fully paid up.
(li) The name of the lake, stream
or source is a west fork Of the Statloo
river (otherwise known as "Chehalis
river") entering said river at or about
section 32 of township 5, range 30.
(c) The poinl of diversion is about
five miles up said fork from its junction with said river.
Id) Tbe quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second) Doo cubic feet.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is tbe diversion ot said fork by
means of dam, ditch, flume, natural
waterways, tunnels and pipes, and the
establishment in connection therewith of a water power plant for the
1 g( aeration  of electi Iclty.
id The premises ou which the wa-
ter is to b ��� used is a power house
to be constructed on section 11. township four, range 30, where said el ic-
trie power will be generated.
(g) The purposes for which the water is to be used is to generate electric power, light and heat tor traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing
and all and every industrial or othei
purpose to which ii may be applied.
Mi If the water is to be used tor
liower or mining    purpos .-    describe
j the place  wiie e  the   tvater  is  to be
| returned to some natural channel, and
! the dlffen nee    in    altitude between
point ol diversion and point of return.
Tne  water  will   be  ret lined  at   the
said  proposed power  house,  th    dif-
fi n net    in   altitude   being   approximately nine hundred feet.   ..
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made witli the determination to   give users   better  flour-value, greater
certainty of   baking-success,  fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether f$
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
This flour cannot be described In an advertisement.    We use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is the guaranteed flour.    If you aro not satisfied with it after two fair trials,
ask youp grocer for your monoy back.    He will give lt to you.
Add more water than usual when  using Robin Hood Flour.    Made of such
hard, dry wheat, lt absorbs more moisture - producing a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
JCHURCH1
1 SERVICES !
I I
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(Changes for 'Ills column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission ot
any church notice from this column
Indicates ibat no copy baa been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible.
jarty.)
In tbe morning. At t> e evening service tbe pastor will take for his text
"Truly, this was the fcjon Of God."
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
Jamvs Calvert, D.U., pastor.���Services at if a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at lu a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at S p.m.; prayer meeting Wednes-
day at 8 p.m.
hall.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 'i p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Hev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows:        East    Burnaiiy.      Sunday
Those palmists do not tell things to
please a person, but read your life
from the cradle to the grave jusi as
it shows in your hand. All readings
must, be satisfactory or no charges
will be made. Address 613 Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
,.!���"���
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Victoria���Dally  at   1:30  p.m.
Northern British    Columbia���Every
Saturday 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tues-
p.m.;   Mon-
Sunday, January 9.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Sblidrick.
i rector. Celebration oi Holy Communion 8 a.m.; .Matins and sermon li a.
j m.;   Sunday  School 2:30 p.m.;   Even-
| song and sermon 7 p.m. The Rev. J-
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E.   D.  Braden,   pastor.      Services   at I
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at' hol at z o'clock; preaching service
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Mondayjat 3 p.m.; voting people's service at
evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. A. K. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer service at
Baker preaches In the morning. |8 p.m. Wm Burnaby, Sunday 'school
:at 2:30 and preaching at 7:30.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-      SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METRO-
��*AL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser- JDIST  MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
I vice at 11 a.ui. and 7 p.m.   Holy Coin- i pastor.      Sunday  school    at  10  a.m.
I muniou first Sunday in the month at- |Cnurch servleo at n a'm'
i ur u.oruiug service.
(j) Area of crown land intended to j Thompson will preach at the morning
be occupied  by   the  proposed  works, | and eVening services.
flftj  acres.
ik)  This notice was posted on the'     ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser    river  to Chilliwack
District of New Westminster. 	
Take notice that thirty days after j day  and  Thursday  at 2
1   Lizzie   Paterson, of  Vancou-1 day, 11 p.m.
b!    C,  occupation,  lady,  intend
Dply for a license to prospect for
and petroleum on the following
ibed lands:
mmencing  at   a post  planted  at
northeast     corner    of    lot   1038
r��ce  west 80  chains, thence south
Rains,    thence   east   80 chains
���ice  north   80   chains,  to  place  ot
^niencement   containing  640  acres
e or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
boated November 30, 1U09
NOTICE.
��, I District of New Westminster.
���"^ notice that thirty days after
*   J.   Paterson, of
IlKe
and way points���Steamer Beaver
loaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning, leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancou-
B. C, occupation broker, Intend
annly   a  license    to prospect  roi
fd and  petroleum on the following
perilled lands: t
Commencing   at  a post planted at
northeast  corner of districtJot
, hence   west    80 chains,  thence
���nth    8(>    chains,    thence    east 80
Tains,    thence   north 80    <*�����}���*?
lace of commencement,    containing
j() acres more or less.              g.M
IDANIKAM   .1UDSON   PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located November 30, 1909.	
case,
Elgin
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part v.
If tbe "Water Act, 1909," to ����taln *
licence In the  fourth division of the
\orth half of Lot 3, District of New
/estmlnster.
(a.)    The name, address and occupation of the applicant, ffllzo J. Whit
Ichor, farmer, Burquitlam, B. o.
(If for mining purposes) Free Miners' certificate No. ���*,.���������,
lb)    The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed,   the   description Is) Fallos Creek.            .,������ra,���n
(c)    The      point     of     diversion,
swamps and springs on said property.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.75
up.
Silver Watches,   gents'   open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open
$7.50 up.
Agent   for   Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doors trom  Ceo. Adams, Grocci
TELEPHONE 604.       P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.EONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE  8TREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
30th and 31st day of December. 1909,
and application will be made to the
commission, r on the lot li day Of February, 1910.
ll) Give the names and addresses
Of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands arc likely to
be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet.
None.
Attached is copy of such parts of
the company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.
tin) The part of tbe memorandum
of association of the company which
authorizes tbe proposed application
and works reads as follows: ���
"(3)  Tbe    objects    for    which  the
company is established and to which
objects the    company    are restricted
are the acquisition of water and water power  by  records of unrecorded
water or by   the purchase of   water
records or water privileges for;
I    (a)    Constructing,   operating   and
maintaining   electric   works,   powerhouses,    generating    plant    and such
other appliances "and conveniences as I
are necessary and proper for the generating of electricity  or elctric pow- |
er, or any other form of developed
power, ami for transmitting the same
to be used by tho company or by persons   or   companies  contracting   with
the company    therefor,    us a motive
power for the   operating of    motors,
machinery   or   electric   lighting   or
other works, or to be supplied by the
company to consumers for beating or
as a motive    power    for    propelling
tramways or for driving, hauling, lifting,    pumping,    lighting,      crushing. I
smelting, drilling and  milling or for
any other operations lo which it may
be adapted or to be used or supplied
for or In connection    with any other
purposes for which electricity or electric   power   may    be   applied or re-
quired.
(g) For rendering water and water
power, available for use, application
tind distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of water liv any
existing body or water, or extending
the area thereof, diverting the waters
of tiny stream, pond or lake into any
other channel or channels, laying or
erecting any line or Hume, pipe or
wire, constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel, building,
or other erection or work which may
be required in connection with the improvement and use of the said water
and Waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or maintaining any such works, or
any part thereof." *
VANCOUVER POWER COMPANY.
LTD.,
[SEAL.]
F. H. W. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J.  V. ARMSTHONO.
Secretary, Vancouver, B. C.
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Sar
rices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Morning subject: "Lengthened cords
and strengthened States." Evening:
"Light in the darkness."
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
C, minister. Services at 11 a. m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school at 3:30 p.m.
Rev. C. W. Brown will pneach in tire-
morning.
KNOX PRB3BYTBRIAN CHURCH*
���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M. A���
pastor. Publio worship: Morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Bible class
and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., Y.P.S.
C.E., Tuesday, 8p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. A. l)e B.
Owen will preach in the morning.
QUEENS AVENUE METHOLUST���
R��v. C. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school    at    2:30    p.m.    Rev.    James
on Thursday  at
Taylor will preach in th
Prayer meeting
p.m.   Rev.  Dr.
morning
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Harvest Festival services. Holy communion,  8:30  a.m.;     Evensong and ser-
      , ���  ��� - I mon      7    p n)-      Preacher,    Rev.    L.
Rector's evening subject "Christ, the |�����^ p.uj
Light of the world."
| Leonard,  curate  of  Holy  Trinity Ca-
jthedral.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. P. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Slidwir.-k prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Rev. E. Braden will
preach in the morning. In the evening the pastor will preach on " The
Insanity of Sin."
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will
be couductod ia the S. A. b&rradu
on Sunday as follows- 11 a.m., Holiness, 3 p.m., Tr���j and Easy meeting;
7:30 p_m.. Salvation meeting.
FRIES METHODIST CHAPHSL���
Eighth straet, bttweea Third aad
Fourth. avenu��s- Class meeting, 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 pjn.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. H. Marsh, paator,
718 Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Boujamin      Sand,    pastor
GOSPEL HALL, corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J. J. House has returned to the city
and is resuming the lectures, illustrated By a large chart. Subjects for
the week will be as follows: Sunday
7 p.nu "Tbe New Heavens and the
New Earth and the Lake of Fire being the Eternal State of the Saved
and Lost." Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 8 p.m., "Babylon, Literal and Spiritual and Its Destruction."
Thursday aud Friday at 8 p.m., "Lord,
What Wilt Thou Have Me Do?"
CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m.
NOTICE.
"Land
T^imnpson of^Knoscii'urch'will preach'Sunday service, 11 a.m., I. O. O. F-
At Kirk's Hardware
Ice Skates (all sizes)
Hockey Sticks
HHHHHHl and Pucks
IN   THE   MATTER  of  the
Registry  Office" ^^M
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the title   to
Subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 in Lot 21, Suburban  Block 13.
TO���
Herbert Salsbury,
New  Westminster,  British  Columbia.
TAKE   NOTICE,   that  unless    you
give proof to my satisfaction within
fifteen   (15)  days from the date    of
this   notice  that  you  have  complied
with the, terms of the certain agreement  for  sale  of  the  said  subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 in Lot   21, Suburban
Block 13, made between F. J. Hart &
Company  and  you   the  20th  day  of
February, 1908, I shall proceed to cancel the registration of the said agreement and that henceforth  you shall
be barred of all right, title or Interest
whatsoever In the said lands, and pub-
licatlon of this notice in a dally newspaper for fifteen days shall be good
��� aud sufficient service hereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles at New
Westminster, B. C.
January 7, 1910.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New,Westmin.ter, B
.C.
| Keep Your House Warm
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
GOOD SECOND-HAND     COOK STOVES FOR SALE CHEAP.
X Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
���������������������<
Lever Brothers, Toronto, win send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if  you mention this paper.
Westminster
Transfer
yfflce Thone 115.     Barn 'Pnone 1871
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DBROT.    i ���,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
JANUARY 8
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Walgamutt's orchestra
ace al The Royal Cafe,
or first-class cut nowers aad any
ind of Floral work, telephone Davie
Greenhouse, R208
Bx-alderman   E.  J.   Fader
business    trip to Victoria,
return on Monday.
The
strong,
Read
Sunday
Acini' Clothing  Sale  is going
A chance ot chanci s.
the
concei t al
advertisement aboul the
Royal Cafe. **
Call at The
dinner or
the
Royal Cafe
tor lunch,
tfter theatre supper,
See the Burns-Johnson fight pictures in the Crystal Theatre Friday
and Saturday night, Only ten cents
for admittance,
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NOTICE.
and a good thing j
for everybody. Wej!
have   received   a!     ,        n ,   ,   ���
* AnHprcnn   Sr    I ll<snv ���     For  furniture, carpets,    linoleums,
lnrO-P     qVlinrnpnt    Of  1 AnaerS0I!   ��    LUSDJ t etc.,  try  the  New   Furniture    Store.
lclltit;     olllUIllCllL    Ul   ��� X Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
0 x (J COLUMBIA STREET. I|
Rowat's Pickles in
extra large bottles
and only 2Cc per
bottle; these goods
make the price look
small. Come and
profit, buy and rejoice.
Remember, all that 2
is good in Groceries is found in
abundance at
Notice is hereby given that Ralph
Charnley of Barnston island, In the
province of British Columbia, David
Alexander McKee of Ladner, in the
said province, and Joseph Cameron
of Hi-.1 city of New Westminster, in
tlte said- province, have been selected
by a majority in interest and number
of tiie proprietors of the lands affected   as    hereinafter   described to be
Owing to the inclement weathei
and the difficulty ol getting to Wesl
bam island, the soccer game scheduled there for today between the Rovers and the Island has been postponed.
John McNiven, an ex-pupi] of the
Westmintser High School, came first
in his class iii McGill University College. Vancouver, second year Applied
Science, in the fall term examination.
Divide twenty by two and you get
ten. This is what We are doing, dividing prices by two. Genuine sale at the
Acme   Clothing  company.
THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
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of  the "Drainage Dyking and Irriga-
lon Act," for the district, consisting
f and comprising the lands hereinafter described, that is to say: All
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the district of
New Westminster and province of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lots two
hundred and fifty-two (252), two hundred and fifty-three (253), two hundred and fifty-nine (25lt), two hundred
and sixty (260), and four hundred and
twenty-seven (427), group one (1).
ami the fractional northeast quarter
of section nine (9); the fractional
south east quarter of section nine
(9); the fractional north west quar- i
ter of section nine I'.i); the fractional
south wesl quarter of section nine
(9); the fractional south east quarter of section ten (IU); the fractional south west quarter of section ten
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of section three (ll); the fractional
north west quarter of section three
1(3); the fractional north east quarter
of section four (4), (Indian reserve);
and the fractional south west quarter
of section sixteen till), all in township nine (ti) as shown on the Official
plan or survey Of the said district
of New Westminster and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'-
The said commissioners being authorized and instructed to take steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
the same and to do everything
that be may be necessary to carry
out such work and to maintain such
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston   Island  Dyking  District."
The names of the proprietors Who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks.
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson,
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. D.. 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARUIE.
46 Lome Street,
New Westminster. B.C.
Solicitors   for   the  commissioners.
no longer represents  the com-
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
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We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a  Savings Account,
NOW Is the best time to start one.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Eagle
pany.
The executive council at Ottawa
has approved of the plans of the Vancouver Tower Co., to develop powei
at Lillooet Lake, lt is the intention of
the company to build a dam al the
lower end of the lake and carry the
water to a power house to be (
structed aboul four miles down the
river. The company will use 25,000
mini r's inches of water ,.nu will develop 3,000 horse power. Twenty-five
thousand dollars annually must be
spent by the company in the next
five years on the work tl   re.
Security���that is the factor in a
safety deposil vault. Ours are absolutely perfect In this regard. You may
go away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults witli the feeling of perfect security. No injury can
come from lire, iloods. front burglars
or any other- cause. Isn't lt worth
something to you to have that feeling
of perfect security? Dominion Trust
company. Ltd., T. lt. Pearson, manager New Westminster branch,     ***
Yesterday morning Chief Justice
.Morrison heard four applications in
tlte Supreme Court, three for probate
of wills and one for a sale of land.
The wills of the late John Hammond,
Frederick Tltrussell, and William Graham were ordered probated, and in
re J. O. M. Dockeriil the tender of
While & Shiles for $1050.00 for a
piece of land was accepted.
The Acme Clothing company is located in Lee's Emporium. Read i
little further down. **
Eor fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
The installation of officers of
Granite Lodge No. 16, Knights of
Pythias will be held next Thursday.
The members of Royal Lodge No. tl
and sojourning brethren are cordially
invited to attend. ***
Tlte Great Northern car ferry, Sidney No. 2, made her way over from
Victoria yesterday, coming up the
river without any difficulty. The
trip was 4>.ade in the usual time, it
is probable that the river boats will
resume their regular runs on Monday
if the weather remains mild.
In a debate, "Resolved that present-
day conditions tend to Shorten life
rather than to lengthen it," held in
the lecture room of the Queen's Avenue Methodist church last nighl by
the Men's Own Vital Culture Hub.
tbe speakers on the negative side of
tbe argument won by 13 points to 11:
The winning debaters were E. Saunders and C. E. Osborne and the losers
.1. Scott and E. Dickson. The judges.
J. Lowlher, E. Mark and J. C. Loree,
found considerable difficulty in coming to a decision, but finally decided
in favor of the negative although
agreeing that E. Dickson had made
the speech of the evening. After the
debate an interesting address on
longevity was given by the director
of the club, J. P. Bowell.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869) i X
Paid up Capital Stock.   . ..$ 4,914,000   ��
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000   ���
Total  Assets   $61,046,000   *
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F  SHUTE. Manager.
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WATERFRONTAGE
Two thousand feet water-
frontage on LULU ISLAND,
within city limits.
Twenty-Five Dollars per foot, one-quarter cash,balance one, two and three years.
W. S. ROSE, jfc55t^*iJfe3iiiHi!^
Mr. W. B. Hubbard has been appointed sole representative of the Pacific
Radio Telephone company,  Mr.  Hubbard's office    will  be    with    Messrs.
commissioners   under   the  provisions j Hal(,   Bros _    7(M;    Columbia    Street,
1 where  all   applications   for   block   or
literature may be    made.    Mr.   Gus.
CLEARING
SALE
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This great January event will win for us many new
friends, because every woman will quickly recognize
the unusual money-saving opportunities it affords.
It's a Sale That Demands Your
Attention.
COME, not necessarily with buying intentions. Come,
watch the goods go out and your neighbors save,
Buying here is a contagion. You'll catch it and
you'll save astonishing amounts on every purchase.
COME!
We are preparee to fill your every want in
Blankets, Sheetings, Curtains, Draperies, Comforters
Lace Curtains
White and cream hue
curtains. -IT to 60 luchi s
wide, :; 1-2 yards long;
$4.50 to $5.50 regular; special, per  pair $3.75
-17 to 54 Inches wide white
and cream, 2 1-2 yards; $3.25
to $4.(iu regular; special,
per   pair    $2.75
2 1-2 yards long; regular
$2.25 to $2.75; special price
tills week, per pair. .. .$1.75
All our single pair and
soiled curtains   ���   Half  Price
All bobbinet, frilled white
and ecru and battenburg
curtains on sale; regular
$4.00; special, per pair $2.50
regular $3.75. per pair $2.00
Eight   pieces   frilled   cur
tain muslin, plain and figured designs in white only, 27
to 30 inches wide; regular
price 3Ue; a snap at, per
yard 20c
Twelve pieces silkoline
muslin in colors suitable for
quilting, also draperies, 3(>
inches wide; regular price
2(>c; sale price, per yard
 15c
Blankets
One hundred pairs grey
blankets, good heavy quality, 6, 7 and 8 lbs. We are
going to sell these before
stock-taking so get yours
before    they    go;     regular
$4.5(1. per pair $3.95
regular $4.no, per pair $3.55
regular $3.50, per pair $2-95
Two   dozen   pillows  <   '
ed   With   art   ticking.
size;  regular 85c;.sab
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One   line   s-4,   9-4,
sheeting  in   plain and  twill,
English and Canadian
heavy    [n    weight;    n
price  35c;   sale  price. . . .28c
Pillow Cottons
40,
42, 44, 46
Reg.
4u
in.
20c;
sale
18c
Keg.
40
in.
25c;
S'.lAe
22* 'jC
Keg.
42
in.
25c;
mile
22 2c
Reg.
14
ill.
25c;
sale
22   ,c
I teg
4<;
in.
30c;
sale
25c
Hemstitched pillow cases,
40, 12 ami 4-1 inches wide,
good English cotton. Won't
last   long   at,  per  pair     45c
Bleached and Unbleached
Cottons
All bought before the advance in prices.
Extra heavy bleached and unbleached, good widths, 32
to 36 inches wide; regular price 15c yard; sale price, per
yard   11c
Apron ginghams, 12c yard, in blue and white checks,
plain and bordered. 38 to 4() inches wide; regular 15c yard;
sale price, per yard 12c
Extra   heavy   striped nnd plain white flannelettes, 32 inches wide; regular price 25c; sale price, 7 yards for $1-00
Twenty pieces galateas gingham, blue and white stripe,
Checks, etc., plain colors; regular 15c aud 20c; sale price,
per yard 12c
Rest English prints, all 15c Qualities; for sale price, per
yard 12 1-2c
Fancy Mohairs,
Shepherd's Checks
and Tweeds
25c Per Yard
Twenty pieces of fancy
mohair, shepherd's check,
grey tweed, fancy melton,
all-wool flaked vollle, nuns'
veiling, etc., In a good range
of colors. An unusual opportunity to procure at little
cost proper materials ,l,!
children's school dres
regular values 35c to $l-llll;
sale price, per yard    25c
Cashmere and
Sateen
Blouses
Black, white, navy, cardinal shirt waist styles, tucked and fastened in front;
regular values up $3; sale
price   $1.95
Women's aprons, plain
and checked; regular price
50c;   sale  price,  eacli      35c
Odd Lines of Corsets to
Clear at 95c Per Pair
Black, grey and white corsets, mostly Cromplon's well
known make, in styles that are popular, sizes 19 to 28; regular   values   $1.25   and   $1.50:   sale   nrlce    nor   nnlr    95c
sale price,  per pair
Corded and Plain Venetians
35c Per Yard
Five pieces of black, Krey, green, brown and purple corded velveteens and plain cardinal velveteens to clear splendid quality for children's clothes; regular value 50c and
60c;   sale price, per yard    35c
Remnants!   Remnants!
Hundreds of dress goods, flannels, prints, muslins, sheetings, cottons, linings, towelings, table linens laces, embroideries, ribbons, trimmings, and many others; all at &
reduction of 2o t0 25 per cent, less than usual prices.
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