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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628   COLUMBIA   STREET.
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VOLUME 5, NUMBEH 18.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATTJ RDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1910
FIVE CENTS 1    x JOPY.
LIBERALS STAGGERING UNDER
SERIES Of e���A5
���Pofisibility of Another Immediate Election in England Because of Recent   Unexpected  Reverses in Rural
Districts ���Asquith May Refuse to, Form Ministry���List   of   Latest   Returns.
.I.in.   2L���The    results of
���;, so far as have been de-
according to a prominent
Ii  is noi  do-
very serious.
London,
mnty poll
. M il, has,    ^^^^^^^
Liberal, "staggered us."
tnied that the results are
ji  the Conservatives Bhould  win another thirty seats    the    balance    of
owi r will be ln the bands ol the Ir-
Ilsb Nationalists and some Liberals
do no! deny that the position Of affairs in that case would be one of the
greatest difficulty and gravity.
Reasons for the  Disaster.
Liberals attribute their defeat In
���the counties, first, to landlords who
informed their employees that it the
Liberals were relurned they would
be dismissed, and, second, that the
ministers have been doing all they
possibly could to prevent a settlemi at
the educational question of national lines.
Liberal disasters were explained in
nt by the theory thai the tiuiet Un-
onlsl  tariff reform campaign in the
amies    was      even      more   effective
than the noisy tariff reform campaign in the boroughs.
Want  Majority  of  Forty.
In an official announcement issui d
:i    their    headquarters    today,    the
leral   leaders   declare   that   unless,
.... i    ���       ilnatlon with the Labor-
.i.iii oui  the aid oi  the Irish
{Nationalists, are given a majority of
least forty members in the parlla-
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Colne  Valley���
Rev.   Charles   Leach
Captain  A.  B.  Carpenter
A. Victor Grayson (Lab) ���
A Liberal gain, Grayson,
member, being one of the
the Socialist  natty.    '
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the former
leaders of
DIRECTORS Of FAIR
REVISE PRIZE LISTS
Agitation for New Grand
Stand and Horse 'Pavilion
for Exhibition Grounds.
tentary   elections   now   in   progress,
ii y  will nol accept the responsiblli-
s of ministerial  control.
The  announcement   created    much
incitement,   as     present   indications
e that the Liberals will not be g'v-
D  the  majority they  demand,  li the
ilts   iu   the  constituencies  yet   to
maintain the present  ratio, the
- ials will have a majority of but
fell vi n members.
In the event of the Liberals refusing      accepl the control of the min-
Btry. another election probably would
held almost Immediately.
Unionists Cannot Accept Control.
Tin Conservatives could not accept
lontrni because of the opposition fur-
shi il by a Liberal majority, no mat-
ui ill.
'   ���       Liberals   made   good     their
hreal      ; refuse to accept  control.
probable   that   parliament   will
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ENGLAND.
London, London   University���
Sir   P.   Magnus   (U)    	
lion. Sir West Ridgeway  (L)
No change.
Devonshire Totnes���
B.  Mildmay  <U)   	
Ken:     I 1.1           ...
No change.
Hampshire,   Basingstoke���
ir  A.  C.  Sailer  if)   	
E.  Wallls (I.i   	
No change.
Somerset,   Bridgewater���
A.  Sanders   (U)         	
���Mirks    (I.|         ���	
Unionist gain.
Derbyshire,   Chesterfield���
Haslam   iLabj    	
w.  Radford   (TJ)   	
No  change.
Herefordshire,   Leominster���
sir .1. Rankin tin   	
L Lamb (L)   	
Unionist
Pontefract���      H	
Sir   W.   Nasy   (L)    	
CoL J, R. Shaw  (U)   	
No  change.
Westmoreland, Kendal���
Ueut.-Col. ,1. P, Bagot (C)
D.   Sleakert-Sinith
Appleby��� H	
L.  Sanderson,  K.C.   (U)   	
Leil  Child S. Jones   (L)   	
Two Unionist gains.
Yorkshire  East, Holderness ���
Major  Stanley   Wilson   (U)   ���������
Commander Bethell, R.N. iL) .
No change.
Yorkshire West,  Holmfirth���
H. .1. Wilson (L) re-elected ���������
R. Geoffrey Kills  (U)   	
Pickles   (L)    	
Hallamsh���
Wadsworth   (L)    10,192
Timmis   (I!)    ti185
No change.
Yorkshire, North Riding, Whitby
Hon. W. O. Rlekott (U)    B1(il
W.  Jardine   (L)    '15��-
No change.
Yorkshire, West riding, Doncaster���
C N.  Nicholson   (L)    10',iB4
C   W.   Whltworth   (L)    708��
No change.
Rotherham���
Sir William Holland (L)    12'2-['
Westhough-
lected 10,141
 770a
250
504
J.   II.
.4807
Dransfleld   (U)
No change
Barnsley��� ^��^^^^^^^^^_
J.  Walton   (L)    12.325'
A. W. Grose  (U)    5104
No change.
Lincolnshire,    Sleaford	
E.   Royds   (U)    5265
A.  Lupton   (L)    4123
Unionist gain.
Louth���
S. L. llrackenbury  (l'j    4432
Timothy  Davles   (L)    4275
Unionist gain.
Staffordshire,    Leek���
Col. A. 11.  Heath   (U)    5403
H. Pearce (L)   5453
Unionist gain.
Essex,   Saffron   Walden���
Col, L>. J. Proby (U)   4283
Hon. Joseph A. Pease (L)    4011
A Unionist gain. Mr. Pease was patronage secretary  to  the  treasury   in
the  Asquith  gi vernment.
Ruti    .   -
J. Cuetton  (U)   	
���J. N.  Emery   (L)   	
-N'o change.
Harwich���
H.   K.  .Newton   1 Ul   	
A.  Levy Lever  (L)   	
L'niouist gain.
Norfolk,   Thetford���
R.   Winfrey   1L1   	
Sir T. L. Hare  (U)   	
���No  change.
Surrey,   Epsom���
W. Keswick  1U)   	
Sir  A.   Rollit   (L)   	
No change.
Kent,   Ashford���
L.   Hardy   (.TJ)    	
K.   Karrar   (L)    	
No   change.
Lancashire   North���
N.  W. Helme  1L1   	
E.   Russell   Ta;. lor   If)   .
No change.
Grantham���
Priestley  (Li re-elected  lsis
ipt. G. 11. Sniythe  (TJ)    17U3
No   change.
Huntingdonshire,   Huntingdon���
Cator   CU)    2466
Brett   iL)    2noo
Unionist gain.
Lancashire   Southeast,
ton���
W.  T.  Wilson   (Labi   re-e
ll.  Morgan Byrne (U)  .
No change.
Lancashire Southwest, Newton���
.1.  A. Soddon   (Lab)  re-elected   .-7
Lord Wolmer  (U)    6]
Middlesex.   Brentford���
Lord A. Compton (TJ)  ..
Dr. V. 11. Rutherford  (Ll   	
Unionist gain.
WALES.
Brecknockshire���
S.   Robinson   (L)   	
Hon. R. C. Devereaux (U) 	
No change.
Carmarthenshire  East���
A.   Thomas   (Ll    	
Mervyn L. Peel  (U)  	
No change.
Glamorganshire,   Gower���
J.   Williams   (Lab)    	
P.   Slnmer   (U)    	
No change.
SCOTLAND.
Kirkcaldy Burghs���
Sir J. II.  Dalziel  (Ll  re-elected
Mr.   llauuiaun   (U)   	
No change.
Montrose Burghs���
R. V. ilarcourt (L) re-elected
j. j. Burgess  (Lab)   	
W.  Low   (U)   	
No change.
Perthshire   West-
Lord   Tullibardine   (!')    	
T.  11.  Morrison  (Ll   	
Unionist gain.
Dumfriesshire���
p. A. Molteno (LI   	
W. Murray  (U)   	
No change.
Peebles and Selkirk���
W.   Younger   (L)   	
S. Steel  (U)   	
No change.
West Aberdeenshire���
J. M. Henderson (L)   	
G. M. Smith  (U)   	
No change.
Berwickshire���
II. J. Tennant  (L)   	
Sir ll. Seton Ker (U) 	
Ho change.
IRELAND.
Belfast,  North  Division���
J. Thompson   (U)   	
Robert Gagely  (Lab)   	
No change.
Tyrone   South���
A. L. Horner (ID   	
T   W.  Russell   (L)   	
Unionist gain.
Londonderry City���
Marquis of Hamilton iU)   "���
Leslie  (N)    237S
No change.
COAST ELEVATOR       [THIRTY M
GETS A SETBACK
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The question of a new- horse show
building for the provincial exhibition
occupied a large pari oi tbe (line Of
the meeting of directors of the lt. A.
and 1. society held last night in the
city ball. President T. J. Trapp reported that he and Secretary W. li.
Keary, with Thomas Gifford, M.L.A.,
had called upon the premier in reference to Un- granting ot $lu,0uu towards tbe erection 01 sucn a bund
ing. Tilt! pie.aior had asked them to
write to Mr. Bowser and give bin.
ibe full particulars of the request. A
similar request had been made last
year for $5,U(jij.
Tbe president remarked thai the
society eouhi nut finance the scheme
itself lor, altnough it had assets L
could not hypothecate them as security ou account of the fact that they
were on property owned by the city.
However if the government granted
$5,000 tiiis year, aud promised inothej
similar sum for next year he felt sure
that tbe finances could be arranged.
If good accommodation could be
given to horsemen here the fair
would undoubtedly attract many competitors from Seattle and Vaucouver,
as New Westminster was a sort of a
neutral ground for these two cities
ami they would be assured that no
favoritism would be shown ia the
judging.
Government Should Help.
One of the speakers on Die subject
remarked that the public had hearu
a great deal lately about the millions
of dollars that ware lying in the Bank
of Commerce in Victoria at the credit
ei the province, and be thought that
the government might Co worse than
hand over about $10,000 of this to the
provincial exhibition for the erection
ni a suii.tb 1 horse pavilion. His remarks met with tin hearty appiovai
of the meeting
It was anally derided that President
'Trapp and 8  ry Keary again Inter
view tbe premiej and urge the grafting of the required amount.
New Grand Stand.
The subject of a new grand stand
i'oi the exhibition grounds was called
ti, the attention of the meeting by
tl.e president The grand stand in use
a; .1:1.-' in \..:s inadequate ana a new
one COUld be bui.t a. ;; COSt Of *5,000.
iu thought that th.' laciosse club
might contribute a couple of thousand
dollars towards the erection ot the
new stand, and the city might be
induced to spend a similar amount.
All me city directors oi the exhibition, acting with the officiate of the
lacrosse club, will wait upon the city
council soon and ask for the required
aid.
Two Divisions for Fruit.
Maxwell Smith brought iu a resolution to have tne division oi the fruit
district, which divides the province
Into east aud west at North Bend, dispensed with, aud that all competitions
in fruit be thrown open to the whole
province. He remarked that the mere
fact that such a division was made
was a tacit admission thai the fruit i
on the coast could not compete With
that grown in the interior. Such a
supposition was not founded on fact,
for in some classes the coast could
equal and excel that  grown in Other
United Farmers' Convention
Does   Not  Support Move' Beef Boycott Spreads Suddenly Over the States in Attempt
for Western Elevator. j        to Force Trust to Lower Prices-All  Classes Sup
port   Movement   Started  by Idle Jest-
May Quit Eating Eggs.
Edmonton, Jan. 21.���A reduction of
straight government ownership of elevators, both terminal and internal,
and a call upon the provincial gov-
emment to take over and operate
the Internal elevators, was passed by
the United Farmers' convention here
. i sterday.
This precludes any possibility of
.be association favorably considering
ne proposition oi T, H. Worsnop oi
Vancouver for a government guaran-
te< of an independent terminal elevator at  the coast.
Although the convention gave Mr.
Worsnop's proposition a cordial re-
ci ption, the tone of the meeting wa.-;
strongly for the government ownership, and their stand was strengthened by the announcement In an afternoon newspaper that the Manitoba
government bail granted the request
of the grain growers of that province
and decided to operate the internal
elevators.
Whether the government will grant
the demands of the resolution is
doubtful. The feeling of tiie provincial cabinet is against such a
move on the ground thai the successful establishment of the western
grain route would remedy the problem, so far as Alberta elevators are
concerned. Whether the government
will yield to the voice of the association is a question.
BIG  SUCCESS
Handel's    "Messiah"      Delights      Big
Audience at Queen's Avenue Church.
An appreciative audience filled the
Queen's avenue Methodist church yesterday evening -when Handel's "Mes
slah" was rendered under the skilful
leadership of T. R. Pearson, who
showed himself at home in the difli- I
cult  task.
11. D. Mackness opened with a skilful rendering on the organ of "Oh.
The Coast." In th opi nlng chorus
"And the Glory of the Lord" the
choir showed a eh a:' understanding
of harmony, which was also noticeable in the subs, meat choruses. To
the soloists, Mrs. Harry Brlggs, soprano, Mrs. Gideon Hicks, contralto,
and Gideon Micks, bass, toe much
praise cannot be given. Altogether,
the "Messiah" must be classed as a
thorough success.
ALBERTA  EXHIBITION WILL
BE   HELD   IN   CALGARY
Chicago, Jan. 21.���A move to combat the high prices of meal by abstaining therefrom spread rapidly today and began to assume a national
character, Coincidentally came announcements from Milwaukee and
Cleveland that the price of meat bad
dropped.
Dispatches from Baltimore, Kansas
City, Omaha, Memphis, Pittsburg and
other cities told of the rapid growth
of the meat fast.
Scheme Started in Cleveland.
Cleveland, credited with being the'
originator of the scheme, has now
30,000 names enrolled, while Kansas
City reports 80,000. The heads of the
leading packing houses in Kansas
City and Chicago refused to discuss
the effect of the nia/ement on their
business.
Started by a Jest.
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan, 21.���From an
idle jest in the lunch room of a big
manufactury here last wedk, the
Cleveland strike against the eating of
meat has grown into huge proportions.
One   hundred   thousand   people   in
Cleveland have now pledged themselves to abstain from eating meat
for thirty days.
The Ohio legislature is the
state body so far to take up tin
lien.
Practically   every   district   in
has  taken  part in    the    movement.
Loralne, New Philadelphia ami Bello-
fontaine   were   added   to   the   nunibr
today.
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part's of the province. With some othe.
Calgary, Jan. 21.���President Van-
wart and Manager Richardson of the
Exhibition company, have returned
to the city from Edmonton where
they interviewed the provincial government upon the question of the
next provincial exhibition. They obtained the consent of the government to hold this exhibition in Calgary in 1910. Thus for three years in
succession Calgary will be the centre
in which the greatest fair of the
middle west has been held. In 1908
the Dominion government held an exhibition here and now the provincial
government practically admits that
Calgary at the present time is the
most suitable location for the holding
of exhibitions showing the resources
of the province.
classes conditions were reversed,
he  thought that competition    in
classes should be Open and the district that could produce the best varieties should reap the distinction of
that supremacy. Secretary Keary opposed tiie motion, and remarked that
the division was made ou the recommendation of the western fruit growers. The resolution    was lost    on a
ciose vote.
A letter from the livestock commissioner asking the society to send
a delegate to a conference to be held
ln Victoria on January 31, about the
arranging of dates and the appointing
of judges for the different fairs, was
read. The secretary reported that the
dates for the New Westminster exhibition had been set at the annual
meeting brld last fall. With reference
to the commissioner's wish that the
government supply judges, Mr. Keary
explained that it had always been the
policy of the provincial exhibition to
secure judges who were not present
at any other of the exhibitions held
ln the province. Sometimes the same
stuff was shown -U many fairs In the
province, and if the same Judges passed upon them, the same people would
always get the prizes. There was always room for a difference of opinion, and he thought that the policy
of the society In securing the services
of outside judges was a very good
one and should not be abandoned.
The meeting agreed with the remarks of the secretary but thought
that a delegate ought to be sent to
the conference, as the Invitation was
sent with the best of Intetnlons.
Manager Keary to Attend Conference.
Honorary President Captain R. O.
Tatlow, who wns present, Bald that he
would be sorry to see the letter from
the department Ignored as lt was doing Its best to raise the standard of
stock judging in the province. It was
finally decided to sen 1 Secretary W.
Vancouver will have two senior lacrosse teams in the running for the
all ! British Columbia championship this
year, the Vancouvers and the Maple
Leafs. Newsy Lalonde and Johnny
Howard will join the Vancouvers.
Erg  Fast  is  Nexi.
Ten thousand householders are reported   to   have   signed   the   petitions
against   the  eating  of  eggs  until  the
priie   has   dropped   from   forty-eight
cents  a  dozen   to   twenty-five   cents.
Retail butchers  have  been  compelled to cut down their working force
from one-third  to  one-half,  and  several  have retired from business.
Unio  s Take  Nu  Part.
Toledo and Minneapolis report that
it is unlikely that the Cleveland idea
will  find  favor   here.  Union   men,  it
Is said, fear that the fast v ould tut
both ways ana many are not in tUTut
of the movement.
Will  Institute    Proceedings.
Washington,   Jan.   21.���Proceedings
will soon be instituted by the department of justiee against the so-calle I
beef trust, with headquarters at Chicago, Complaints of alleged operationj
of the trust iu restraint of trade hate
been investigated by the department
Tho   suit   will   be   brought   under  the
Sherman  anti-trust law.
Strike in Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, Jan. 21.-���A meat strike-
has been organized in Greater Pitta-
burg today, street car employees b��'
tile hundreds are signing pledges tu
abstain from meat for thirty days, beginning next Tuesday.
Thousands of affiliated members t>f
the Iron City Trades Council are
waiting for their leaders to act before
putting into effect a meat boycott
resolution adopted by the council last
night.
Thirty Days Without Meat.
St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 21.���A call has
been issued by Central Labor Council
for meetings of all local labor union*
for (he purpose of uniting with labor
unions in other cities in excluding
meats for a period, The unions are
urged to eat no meal for at least
thirty days, unless prices are materially reduced.
Business Men in Line.
Baltimore,   Mil.,   Jan.   21.���Buttons
bearing  the   inscription  "I   don't baj
Imeat,  Lo you?"  appeared    on    the
streets here in  large  numbers today,
following the action ol the loc::l federation   of   Labor  width   adopted    a
resolution  calling  upon   all   labor  an-
ionsists and their sympathisers to abstain from eatiug meat  for  a period
of one month as a protest against ttat
high price of that article of food.
Thousands of these buttons have
I been ordered. The demand for thexn.
it was declared, was not confined t��
laboring men, more than half the requests coming from business meu
and clerks.
SONS Of SCOTLAND HAVE
FINE CONCERT PilOOnAM
Eighteen   High   Class   Numbers   Will
Be Rendered at Concert on Robbie   Burns'   Anniversary.
Sryto"tbe Terenceto explain I of the managers.
the position of New Westminster.
P'lze List Revision.
The main purpose of the meeting
was the revision of the prize list, but
few changes from the prizes of last
year were made. Several suggestions
were made regarding changes in 'be
prize list for horses, Dr. Buchanan
making a strong speech in favor of
making tlte horses the feature of the
fair, and adding several more classes
to the list. He also suggested that a
horse show be held in the evening
ln the new building which the directors hope to secure from the government.
The meeting seemed to be iu accord with Dr. Buchanan, but the matter was left in the hands of a special
committee, which will look into the
proposed changes In the horse section.
Prizes for Mechanics.
Chairman J. H. Vidal of the committee on poultry suggested that several special classes ln poultry be added and that the directors take steps
to secure expert judges for that department. In the industrial department lt was decided to offer prizes
for the best work done by mechanics
and  appentlces.
One of the members from Surrey
wished the society *o adopt stricter
rules ln regard to the competition between the different districts for the
Dewar trophy. He stated that some
of the districts last year were not
too particular as to whether all the
produce they exhibited came from
their own districts, and he wanted
such a condition guarded against.
The secretary announced that the
matter   was   receiving   the   attention
The Sons of Scotland have made
all arrangements for a grand Scotch
concert on January 20, the anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns. A
long program litis been arranged,
including selections on the bagpipes,
dancing and singing. An address on
"The Immortal Memory," by judge
lloway wdll be one of the features
of the evening. The program is as
follows:
Chairman���Rev. a. E. Vert.
Bagpipe  selection    Piper   Uegg
Song, "Scots  Wha'  llae."
Mr. W. G. Williams.
Song,       "Scotland.'' Miss Munn.
Song,  "The   Reason   Why   I   Wear   a
Kilt." .Mr.  Christie.
Juvenile   Highland   dancing   reel.
The Misses Drquhart and Masters  Litin   and  Adams
Song,  Selected Mrs.  Gray.
Song, "My Ain Folk."   U. Leslie Gray.
Address, "The  Immortal  Memory,"
Judge   lloway.
Song, "The Star o' Robbie Burns,"
Miss  Laird.
Song, "The Sons o' Bonnie Scot land"
W.  Gillespie.
Orchestral selection, "March 1803"
The Mackness orchestra.
Song, "Burns and Scotland Yet,"
W. G. Williams.
Song, "1 Love a Lassie,"
Mr. Christie.
Song, "The Auld Scotch Songs,"
Miss  Munn.
Juvenile  Highland  dancing,    Sailors'
Hornpipe, Master Croll.
"Comln' thro" the Rye,"
Miss M. Le Mesurier.
"Scotland Yet,"
G. Leslie Gray.
Selected, Mrs.  Routley.
"Auld Lang Syne'.'
Accompanist���Miss Vass.
LONE llfeitSTEAOEH
BINED TO it CUSP
Cremated Body of Martin Rach Found
Among Smouldering Remains of
Shack Near Moose Jaw.
Moose Jaw, Jan. 21.���Word has just
reached the city of the horrible death
of Martin Rach, who was buraed to
a crisp in a homesteader's shack
south of Moose Jaw, in the district
known as "The Gap."
Rach was in the city a few days
t ago on legal business. Ills brother
| came to town today and reported that
| he had gone over to Martin's home-
| stead and found the shack burned U��
| the ground and only the charred re-
! mains of his brother left. He can give
i no information as to how the Are
I was started.
The police will investigate the case
There is at present no suspicion of
foul play.
NEW BOAT.
Can
Song,
Song,
Song,
Vessel Built For Local Firm
Stand Sea Voyages.
Butterfleld, Mackle & Co. have just
had a new boat built for use in the
fishing trade. The Fish Maid is the
name of the vessel, which lias just
been completed by a firm of boat
builders la S'eveston. The boat Is 5*
feet long and will be propelled by a
30 h.p. Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine. She was brought up to the company's wharf yesterday and is having
the finishing touches put on. She fc��
built to stand sea voyages and has ��
gasoline storage capacity of over W*
gallons. It Is the intention of the
company to uce her to collect Rah
from the fishermen down the river
and she may make trips to Nanaimo
and up the coast. The Fish Maid wiB
be ready for use as soon as the fishing season starts again in a month ��r
two.
No Wage Raise for Trainmen.
New York, Jan. 21.���Announcement
was made by the Delaware, Lackawanna <& Western railroad this afternoon that the road had rejected the
demands of the trainmen and conductors  for  increased  wages.
Comrt Visible In Ontario.
Tache,    Ont.,     Jan.     21.���Halley's
comet was   visible  ln    the   western
I Heavens at six o'clock here tonight.
WILL FACE CHARGES
Macedonian Ready to Meet Men
Accuse Him of Fraud.
Toronto, Jan. 21.���Rev. George Atlas, the Interpreter who was allege*
to have got money from several of
his Macedonian countrymen by various means, and who went to Macedonia and brought back witnesses *��
testify ln the case of the Macedonia*
hanged in Toronto recently, walkei
Into the police court this morning an*
said he was ready to face all the
charges  any  one  had  against biav PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22
WANTED.
WANTED���A   SMART    SOLICITOR.
Apply   Koyal  City   Chemical   Cleaners  and   Dyers.   Columbia   street.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 43^ Fourteenth
street, city.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
WVF OR SIX-ROOM KI) FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Dally News.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition. Write Miss F. N., care
of Daily News.
FOR   RENT.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 305
Carnarvon.
TO  RENT���A    MASON    &    RISCH
piano to rent, ln good condition.
Apply to T. R. Pearson, Dominion
Trust  office.
LOST.
BTRAYED -- OX PREMISES 723
Twelfth street, black retriever. If
not called for in ten days theowner
can't have same.
LOST, STOLEN OR STRAVED���
English setter dog, answers to the
name of Fleet, marked black, white
and tan ticked, fifteen months old.
Reward on return to J. ,). Mabouey,
Third and  Fourth  avenue.
SHOT THROUGH HEART
AT INDIAN POTLATCH
Celebration   Suddenly   Cut   Short   at
Kyuquot By Tragic  Killing of Si-
wash  Brave.
LOST���MARTIN       SABLE       NECK
scarf between  Royal  cafe and Col- j
lister   Block.  Finder   please   return i
to    Mrs.    H.  II.  Lennle,    Collister
Block and obtain  reward.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
also furnished and unfurnished bedrooms, in the double brick house
near Carnegie library.
TO RENT���TWO COMFORTABLE
rooms. Apply 009 Victoria street,
near Daily News office.
FOUND.
FOUND���SMALL HANDSAW, OWN-
er can obtain same by applying at
the Police Station.
FOUND���SMALL POCKET BOOK
purse, containing papers and small
amount of money. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying for this adver'iseimnt. (Case
described as given with the compliments of 11. I). Krj-miss, Skagway
Alaska.) Apply to .1. Relchenbacb,
Northern Crown Bavu.
Victoria, Jan. 20.���A tragic beginning of a big potlach at Kyuquot took
place a day or two ago when the
steamer Tees was on the west coast.
About one hundred Indians from Clay-
oquot and Nootka had been Invited
by the Kyuquots to attend a big winter celebration at their village. They
took passage on the steamer Tees
and arrived safely in Kyuquot harbor.
Debarking on the opposite side of the
harbor from tho Indian village, they
approached their destination In canoes. They were met ou the beach
by their hosts, and there was great
shouting and firing of guns, the cartridges in which were supposed to be
blank.
Suddenly one of thi- young siwaslie,,
dropped, and his neighbor thought he
bad been stricken Willi paralysis or
heart disease brought on by the intense excitement. In a short time,
however, a red mark began to form
on the outside of his garments, and
examination proved that he had been
shot, through the heart with buckshot. He was quite dead when picked
up.
The potlach bad to be delayed until after the funeral.
Father Maurice, the Roman Catholic priest who ministers to tbe spiritual needs of the Indians, was jusl
going out for the purpose of photographing them when the accident happened. Had he been doing this at the
time the Indians might have connected the sad event with the camera
and probably have smashed it to
pieces.
The holy father is congratulating
himself that he was rather late In
arriving, as the Indians are very superstitious in this regard.
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New Westminster, in the Province
of  British  Columbia,  deceased:
,Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claims or demands
against the late Frederick Thrussell,
who died  on  or about the  30th  day
of  November,   1909,   at  the  City  oi
New   Westminster,   l,n   the   Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or deliver   to   the    undersigned    solicitors
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix of the last will  of the  said
Frederick Thrussell, their names and
addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and statements of I
their  accounts,  verified  by  statutory I
declaration,   and   the   nature   of   the
securities (if any) held by them.
And take notice that, after the 28th
day of February, 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute the assets Of the said deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
had nollce, and that the said Harnett
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
tho said assets or any part thereof
to any person of whose claim she
shall  not then have  received notice.
Dated this fifteenth   (15th)  day of
January, 1010.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Northern  Crown  Bank
OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   W ESTERN  CANADA.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    $6,000,000
PAID UP CAPITAL , $2,200,000
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in Loudon, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of JI and upward,
ind Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets ov��r $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
���  RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Lea^
Daily at 3:25 P. %
making   direct  connections   f0
points in Eastern Canada ann n a"
States.   Seattle  train   leave. .H?"
a.tn.;  Agasslz local at 6:35 p.ra   *
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C P. R. Agent
or C.I!. FOSTER, AG.P.A.Vancou,,
"?W3ESB^
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The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
West. In this era of development Western financial institutions
mti3t play an Important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the West at heart to share in the enjoyment of its privileges.
ONE  DOLLAR  WILL OPEN  A.SAVINGS     ACCOUNT     WITH     US.
WIFE   OF   NOVELIST
IN DIVORCE RUMOR
New York, Jan. 20.���When asked
as to the truth of tr\e reports that
Mrs. Richard Harding Davis, wife of
the novelist, was taking legal counsel
for the adjustment of marital differences, former District Attorney Jerome declined to discuss the matter.
Friends of the couple had heard that
Mrs. Davis had retained the law firm
of Jermeo nnd Rand, of which the former prosecutor is a senior member.
Davis could not be located, but bis
attorneys today declared they had
no knowledge of the matter.
1 Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W estminster. *
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Hotel ButlerAnnex,
Fourth Avenue and Marion 8treet
SEATTLE
RATES :
Room  $1   p-r day  up.
Room  and  board $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 ami cold
water  s;��am heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boatp
The Daily News will bo Kept on file
ln our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.
EIGHTY ACRES IN LANGLEY, ALL
RICH LOAM SOIL. A RARE INVESTMENT, AND ONE NOT TO
PONDER OVER, BUT JUST TO BE
SNAPPED AT. PRICE $60 PER
ACRE; $800 TO $1000 CASH, BALANCE OVER ONE, TWO AND
THREE YEARS; ALSO TRN ACRE
BLOCKS IN LANGLEY, MAGNIFICENT SOIL, $100 PER ACRE; ONE-
THIRD CASH, BALANCE ONE, TWO
AND   THREE   YEARS.
iiiWSLm��& teSHEE?T*
This is a rare opportunity, and you are dealing with
the owner direct. P. O. BOX 1344, Vancouver
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MONEY SAVED HERE
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR WINDOW FULL OF LINEN COLLARS AT FIVE CENTS EACH, SIX FOR TWENTY-FIVE? IF
NOT IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE TO INVESTIGATE.
NOW, THESE ARE NOT PAPER COLLARS BOUGHT FOR THE
OCCASION, BUT GENUINE  LINEN   COLLARS.
Regular 15c. and 25c.
Collars reduced to 5 cents
SOME ARE ABOVE THE AVERAGE HEIGHT, SOME BELOW, AND OTHERS SLIGHTLY SOILED, ALL GOING FOR
FIVE   CENTS   EACH.
RINT
IT    HAS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
OF   THE   WHOLE   WEST
"Do you really think" one housewife will say to another "that this
new flour can be better than the flour we are using ? "
Madam, there ia no doubt about it.
But there is just one way you can be c nvinced.   You must use
it yourself.
Our claims will not satisfy you, but we t ck up our claims in such
a way that you will lose nothing by trying . obin Hood.
Your grocer will tell you about our ji   rantee which gives you
back voir money if you are not
satisfied.
J^      fffl      v��� I
LONELY SUITS
LAST WEEK WE ADVERTISED FIFTY OF THESE
LONELY SUITS AT HALF PRICE. WE HAVE STILL THIRTY-
FIVE OF THESE SUITS LEFT. THEY ARE LONELIES���THE
ONLY ONE3 OF THEIR SIZE AND COLOR LEFT IN A LINE.
THEY   ARE   ENGLISH   TWEEDS, WORSTEDS AND SERGES.
To buy one of these at half price
is like buying a $10 note tor $5.
$16.00
SUITS
FOR. .
. .$3.00
$10.00
SUITS
FOR. .
..$5.00
18.00
SUITS
FOR. .
. .  9.00
12.00
SUITS
FOR..
..  6.00
20.00
SUITS
FOR..
. .10.00
15.00
SUITS
FOR..
..  7.50
THE SASKATCHEWAN,
f LOUR MILLS CO.
8 LIMITED
MOOSE JAW
SASK.
NMsrjur.un.1
MftMHeeg.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
Sole   Agent   for   New   Westminster
We are also giving one-quarter off Clothing, Heavy Underwear, Hats, Boys Clothing,
Sweater Vests and many other lines.
& CO.
THE STORE   OF SATISFACTION
601    COLUMBIA   STREET
The  Old Country
Boot Store
The aftermath of Christmas and New Year trade has left us with
a lot of lines we waut to clear out before stocktaking; you should
see them displayed on our bargain counter.
���Ladles' and Gents' Slippers from 75c; regular $1.25.
���Ladies' Fine Dongola Bills, patent tip, from $2.26; regular $3.0o
���Misses' Fine Box Calf Bluchers for $1.75; regular %2.2T>.
���A lino of Dick's Waterproof Boots for $3.75;  reg liar $4.50.
���A line of Gents' Welted Shoes, Blticher cut in several varieties
regular value $4.50 and $5.00;  for $3.50.
There are quite a variety of other lines all laid out In lots at
prices sure to clear them out In short order.
The Old Country Boot Store
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
Here is One of Our
Christmas Pianos
That Arrived Too
Late for the Xmas
Trade
so I am going to give sonu  i :*ra  bargains,   as   I   have   too   large   ��
stork lo carry and  I  need ��he money���YOU   NEED   THE   PIANO
$254.00 CASH WILL TAK       ONE   Others at $275.00 cash; $300.00
cash.
One second-hand piano wai   $500. will sell for $175.   CASH WILL
TALK    WITH    US    FOR   THE   fiEXT TEN  DAYS.
Come and let us show you what surprises we have In stop' tOT
you when I advertise BARG/^NS.. That le what they are. and >'""
will say so when you see then . g��g��� tfJU^tt-X+ssBX j J  I   I
J. H   Todd s Music House
419 Columbia St, New Westminster, B. C.
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STATIONERY
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.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   j
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
!U
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electric Sad Iron Is the greatest boon pos-
\,, device has So lessened  the   household   labor.     The   Electric
g ... iron is so simple that a child can operate it: and it can be used
U part ol the bouse where there is an electric light.   Iron   always hot; no useless walking or waiting;  Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call  i.i and let us shew
to you.
J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's. Anticipation
of toothsome morsels that will tickle
the palate and give you genuine satisfaction are always realized after eating one of our tender, juicy steaks,
oysters or dinners, or any of the special  dishes that  are made at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne.   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
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
New  Weitmlnrter
rrto-'T  STREET.
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P.
Not tomorrow, that will be too late.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Gamps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
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Chest Protectors at all
Prices.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
444AA. ttlllMMIIH ***,*,*,���
[Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
fcnitr Eighth at. ml   FHta Area*
PHONE  171
���owell & o��oV Pn.ri.tor*
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
Make it your business to see us. Are you
a home seker? Well, we are home builders. Come in and see us and we will help
you to realize your ambition to have |a
home of your own.
If you reside in Westminster you must
know that business is moving. We say
to you then
Act Quickly
and consult us, we have lots of propositions
which we cannot advertise.
Here are just a few which we ask you
to consider:
A double corner on 6th & Regina Streets, 2 full
sized lots with five-room house,
$2,100,  $500 cash
6 roomed house and 3 full sized lots on Harvey
street, Sapperton, all cleared and planted in fruit,
$2,200, $500 cash
Five acre blocks just across the river in Surrey
at $150 per acre, which will double in less than a
year.
Suburban block 12, one block from car line,
4 Lots, $425 each
66 foot lot near corner of 5th avenne and 10th
street, $550 on easy terms.
Sapperton���Triple corner on Buchanan and
Sherbrook streets, $1300, one third cash, balance
on easy terms.
A business block, large enough for four good
store buildings on one of the main streets for
$10,000. This property in 5 years will be worth
$50,000.
135 acres of water front close in, good deep
water, for $500 per acre.
WILSON & COOK
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Real Estate and Insurance
OFFICE: NORTHERN CROWN BANK, PHONE M0, NJBW I
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CHURCH
1 SERVICES
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Sunday,  January  23.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Shildrick,
'< ( tor. i i lebi atlon ol I [oij < oininun-
lon & a. in.; Matins, 11 a. m.; Sunday-
bi : > il, 2:2t) p. m.; evensong and ser-
n ou 1 p   in.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���1
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor, Ser
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
ichool and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Morning, "The  Divine Call  for Ber
��� >���.' evening, "Meeting Your Opportune."
ST, STEPHEN'S PRJBSBY'l M<I.\.V
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., t'X
i>.. pastor. Services al 11 a.m. and
7'30 p in. Morning, "The linage ot
God:" evening, "Religion and National Righteousness."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
- Rev.    E.    c.    Thompson,    M.   A,
pastor. I'ui lie worship: Mornln,,
it a.111.; evening. 7 p.m. Hi 1)le class
and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., Y.l'.S.
C.B., Tuesday, 8p.m.; prayer meot-
ing, Wednesday 8 p.m. Morning subject, "God's Dwelling Place." A service of song will bo held in I lie evening, when the following pieces wUl
be rendered bj the choir, assisted by
Messrs. Greenlee and Buchanan, of
Vancouver: Anthem, "The Radiant
Morn;" duet. Messrs. Greenlee and
Buchanan; quartette, ".lust As I Am;'
anthem, "1 Am the Way;" quartette,
'Kock ot Ages;" boIo, Mrs. Held,
duct, Messrs. Greenlee and Buchnan.
solo, Mr. Williams; closing anthem.
A short address will be gi\e,i on "Th.;
Song of Triumph.
QUEEN'S AVENUE MKTlliHUST -
Rev. C. \Y. Brown, paStor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
BChool at 2:30 p, in. Morning, memorial service for the late Mrs, .lo*.
Wintemute; evening, "The Messiah.���
Special music from Handel'* "Messiah."
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. dell. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday In the. month after morning service. Prayer meetlpg
on Thursday at 7::<u p.m. Morning
subject, "TWO Noble Women hi Old
Testament History," evening, "Tbe
spiiit.'s Birth."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. P. llafc-
er, pastor, Services 11 a.m. an,) 7
p.m. Sunday school n.\ 2:30 P-m.
Midweek pray,.,- meeting on Wednesday ai S o'clock. Morning subject;
"Tbe Great Transition," evening,
Evangelistic meeting, opening with a
service or song; subject, "A Startling
tatement."
GOSPEL HALL, corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
.1. .1. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m. Sob-
jecl. "Two Testaments or Wills in
Which People Are Interested."
Banliofforonto
GENERAL
Banking Business
The Hank of Toronto with
more than GO years of experience of successful banking
business In Canada offers to
merchants, manufacturers and
other business men an unexcelled banking service.
Interest paid on Savings Accounts.
Current Accounts opened on
favorable terms.
Letters of Credit Issued for
travellers  and  Importers.
Drafts  and    Money    Orders
sold.
"Loans made    to responsible
people.
Head Office, Toronto
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
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IN   THE     SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
In the matter of the North Weat
quarter Section 25, Township 13, B.
C. M. District of New Westmlnsti*
and Province of British Columita.
and ln the matter of the Estate ��*
John Scott Macdonnell, deceased
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison dated ta# 7th day <*
January, 1910, tenders will be received up to January 21, 1910, by the �����-
derslgned for tbe purchase ot all �����
Estate and Interest of John 8eott
Macdonnell and his heirs ln and to
all and singular that certain pyel
or tract of land and premises al��w��
mentioned. 	
J. 3. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar of the Supre����
Court of British Columbia.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22
i
The Daily News
Published by Ttie Dally Mews Publish.
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
���Corner   of    McKenzie   ami    Victoria
Streets.
C A
Paige Managing Director,
charge of the tea table, which was
brightened with daffodils, were Mrs.
Gordon E. Corbould and Mrs. C
Charleson, who had assisting them
Miss Freize, Miss Briggs, Miss Lewis,
Miss Corbould, Miss Lillooet Armstrong and Miss Cotton. The ices
were looked after by Mrs. Ilruce Corbould  and   Mrs.   Henry   Doyle.
A SNAP!
NOTICE.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1910
A   DISLOYAL   PROPOSAL.
It would be Interesting to know the
source whence Secretary Wade derived his inspiration to set afoot an
agitation lo destroy the beautiful and
characteristic and time-honored name
ot Ihe city of New Westminster.
The first intimation of such a move
was a star paragraph which
in the Vancouver Province of Thursday, in which it was stated thai
"there is a great deal of reeling
in tbe city that ii would he advisable
to change the name, and the time
now seems opportune, as Hie Royal
City is dropping its old charter and
will now come under the Municipal
Clauses act."
We assert unhesitatingly thai this
announcement is entirely misleading
and utterly groundless. We have
never heard one single citizen el' New
Westminster so much as hint at such
a thing, and we very much doubl
whether the alleged reeling agitated
half a dozen people in the entire community, or indeed whether it ever existed in any other mind thai dial of
Secretary  Wade himself.
To suggest such a change was nothing less than an act oi' disloyalty, au
insult to the memory ol' the noble
Queen whose name is revered
throughout the world. For, as everyone knows, this city owes its glorious name to the choice and desire of
Queen Victoria, graciously expressed
in her lei ter to Sir B. Bulwer Lytton,
her Secretary of State, in 1868. And
lo the same regal courtesy is due New
Westminster's honorable designation
as the Royal  City.
The proposal was as absurd as it
was ill-timed and disrespectful. We
are delighted to see���and we are sure
every true citizen will be also���that
while the Native Sons promptly
passed a strong resolution protesting
against any change ia the name ol'
our city and sent a special mes^. iger
with this to the Hoard" Of Trade. Ihe i t)ie
latter body at once and effectually
nipped the idea In the bud by decisively turning the proposal down.
We regard the whole idea us a
piece oi' presumption on the pai t of
Seen tary Wade, whose residence here
has not been length) enough to en
able him to appreciate the feelings
of the people or the real importance
of New Westminster's designation.
The Navajo club held a poverty ball
ln St. George's hall on Wednesday,
which was most enjoyable. Among
ihose present were Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Gray, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arkle, Mr. and
Mrs. William Gifford. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Shiles, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A.
Muir, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Welsh,
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mr. and
Mrs. Tait, Mr. and Mrs. Mark, Mr.
and Mrs. Todd, Miss M. Johnston,
Miss Florence McLeod, Miss Alloe Mc
Leod, Miss Bilodeau, Miss Howell,
Miss Coutts, Miss Sullivan, Miss Turn-
hull, Miss Digby ,Miss Fisher, Miss
lloway, Miss Latham, Miss Burr, Miss
Pride, Miss Rushton, Miss Tidy, Miss
.Wise, Mr. G. N. Rao, Mr. Maboney,
ippeared   Mr TldVi Mr  w  Hu|.r   yu.  Galbraith.
Mr. Howell, Mr. M, Digby. Mr. Fisher,
Mr.  R.  Pearson.  Mr.  Leslie Pearson.
I Mr.  Goulet,   Mr.  O.  Latham.   Mr.  Mc-
��� Donald,    Mr.    F.   Reichenhach,   Mr.
Ronnie, Mr. Sinclair ami others.
Ten lots in Burnaby on
Third Avenue, $175 each;
one-third cash, balance six
and twelve months.
Tenders called for H. C, Quarantine supplies receivable up to January i
15, HMO. will be received up to mid-
day, January 31, 1910. Newspapers |
copying this advertisement without
authority from the department will
not be paid.
A. D. JARVIS.
Ass't Deputy  Minister and Secretary
of Agriculture.
Ottawa, January  11. 1010.
handsome Ladi
hard
"GET   THE   HA1IT"
McADAM & IRWIN
552 Columbia Street, New
Westminster.
TEACHER     WANTED.
For  school  on   Lulu  Island,  within
city limits. Applications will be receiv.
ed until noon on Friday, January _s.
ROBERT LENNIE,
School Board Secretary,
ARE YOU
in need of any plates? If so,    yon
are interested in our Special Today.
BREAKFAST
PLATES
DOZEN
75c     PER
The  Fair
GIG Columbia Street.
Another bright am! enjoyable evening was spent by a large number of
young people at the dance on Friday:
in Si George's hall, given in aid of J
il,e funds of the he.< s' gymnasium,
Among those present were Mr. an
Mis. G. Bruce Corbould, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry L. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
II. Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Sinclair, Mr. ami
Mrs. Cromwell, Mr. and Mi's. II P.
Latham. Mr. and Mrs. A. Allan Mercer, Mrs. C. F. Cotton, Mrs. Farquhar
Macrae, Miss Pyne. Miss Burnett,
Miss Annandale, Miss Eastman, Miss
Cotton, Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Corbould. Miss Vera Corbould. Miss
Lewis, Miss Alma Lewis. Miss Lillooet Armstrong. Miss Nora Arm-
strog. Miss Doris Clute, Miss Eleanor
Brown, Miss Gertrude llrown, Miss
Mowbray, Miss Leamy, Miss Alma
Leamy, Miss Veda Leamy, Miss Mac-
Cowan, Miss Briggs. Miss Peele, Miss
Josephine Martin. Miss Rlckman, Mr,
W. Rickman, Mr. w. Martin, Mr, F.
Fill. Mr. Ewlng, Mr. Albert Beatty,
Mr. Robert Beatty, Mr. Andrews, Mr.
Walter Brown. Mi. Roy Pearson. Mr.
Leslie Pearson. Mr. L. Johnston, Mr.
E. N. Sutherland, Mr. 1). Tuck, Mr.
Nigel O'Brien. Mr. W. Keary.
V.\: Ramsay. Mr. II. Burnett, Mr.
0 Peele, Mr. II. Leamy, Mr. C. Leamy, Mr. Rashleigh, Mr. F. Major,
Mr. Douglas Wright, Mr. Sperry, Mr.
Sholto McColl, Mr. Adams. Mr. Russell, Mr. Lindsay. Mr. Walter Cotton,
Mr. Keith MacGowan. Mr. Bullock
and a few others.
NOTICE.
Liberals Si^piing
Under Series of Defeats
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Belfast  West���
J. Devlin  (X)    4661
Carpenter  il'l    4064
JMageo   (Ind.   N)    ~2
No change.
Belfast  South���
J. Chambers  (U)    577:.'
T. 11. Sloan   l Ind. I'l    2^2
Sloan was the former member.
Longford   South���
J. Phillips (N) unopposed.
.No change.
Queen's Counfy, Ossory���
Delaney  (X)  unopposed. No change.
Galway County,  East���
Koch i.\) unopposed, No change'.
Louth,  North���
T. M. Healey  tind. Ni    2132
Hazelton    l.\)      21138
No change.
Saturday's    Pollings.
According to "Tiie Times" pollings
tomorrow will  he:
Carnarvon district; Carmorthen-
shire West; Crewe (Cheshire); Laun-
oeston (Cornwall); High Peak (Der-
byahlrf); Torquay (Devonshire);
Romford (EsBex); Flintshire; Rad-
cliffo-Cum-Fuj'nworth l Lancashire);
Merionethshire; Norfolk, North, West
and South; Somerset. North; Hands-
worth   (Staffordshire).
England and Wales.
Pudsey, Spen Valley, Shipley and
Sowerby (Yorkshire, West riding);
Dumfries Burghs; St. Andrews
Jturghs; Renfrewshire; Forfarshire
and Kincardineshire (Scotland).
Down, East, and Kerry, East (Ireland).
Mrs. Harold G. Barnet is the guest
of Mrs. Hugo McDonald.
��� ���   ���
Miss Davidson Is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. 11. It. Davidson.
��� ���    ���
One of the notable afternoon gatherings of this week was the very
charming tea given Thursday by Mrs.
EL K. Davidson, one of the most gracious hostesses of Iter circle, ln honor
of her guest, Miss Davidson. The
decorations of yellow and white
which were used throughout the
house gave a bright dash of color to
the rooms. Mrs. Davidson wore a
handsome   gown   of  black   voile,     in
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
Grand    Trunk     Pacific    Branch
Lines   Company   will   apply     to     the
Parliament   of  Canada,  al  Its   present
session lor an Act further amending
the  Act   incorporate; ,   e.     ( oi ;    ..
chapter 99 ot the Statui .. oi 11   ������  ;.
amended by Statute 86 of tie  Sti tub
of  1909  by authorizing tie   construction ei    folli wing additional tines
of  railway:��� /
i 1) From a point on the Wi stern
Division of the Gran I Trunk Pacific
Railway b stween the easi limit of
of Range U and the West Until of
Range 17, wesl of tiie third m iridian
lie uce in a southwesterly and westerly direction to a point in the vicin-j
ity of Calgary, or to a point on the
line which the Company i.-, authorized under paragraph 14 of claus. It
of said chapter D'J to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (li between the east limit of Range 20 and
the west limil of Range 2s. west of
the third meridian, thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint, in the vicinity
thereof.
(3) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (2) between th,. east limit of Range 24 and
the west limit of Range 27, west of
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point in the vicinity thereof:
ll) From a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway between Artland and Wain-
wright, thence In tin easterly and
southeasterly direction to a point on
the line which the company is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause 11 of
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Battleford.
(6) From Regina or a point ln the
vicinity thereof, thence in a south-
wesertly and westerly direction to
Lethbrldge or to a point in the vicinity of Lethbridge on the line which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
of clause 11 of said chapter 99, authorized to construct from Calgary to
the southern boundary of the province of Alberta at or near Coutts.
(f!) From a point on the main line
of the Western Division between
Moose Lake and Tele Jamie Cache,
thence through the drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
Lillooet River or the Squamlsh River
or between the lasi two rivers to
Vancouver, British Columbia authorizing an issue of bonds te the extent
of $30���000 a mile of the s.-ii 1 linen of
I railway, numbered (1) to (5) lnclus-
1 ive and comprising tho said lines
] within what are defined by tho said
Act as the "Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberta Extensions"; authorizing
an issue of bonds to the extent of
$50,000 a mile of the said line of railway numbered (fi) and comprising
the said line within what Is defined
by the said Act as the "British Columbia Extensions;" and also amending paragraph 11 of clause 11 of the
said Act, as regards the southern terminus 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. TI. BTGGAR.
Solicitor  for Applicants.
JANUARY CLEARING1
SALE
tion   Secretary   and" B^'
maP'^'   wood i���'
Phone 7;
surface oak finish nicely carve.
with   writing  bed   19x26 |nch
The Inside is fitted neatly w|!
divisions for papers, etc'' re
lar   value   $8.00;   January Bale
$6.45
Furniture Emporium
Les's  Block, Columbia  Street,
W WESTMINSTE
^I^Cl^
are the two leading features of this popular clearance. If you are not
making the most of it you are missing the greatest sale of its kind ever
held in New Westminster. It is not too late to pay a visit now, bargains
are here throughout the sale, not in a few odd lines only, but wherever
you turn in the store, you will find a good supply of attractive merchandise at astonishingly low prices. You can well afford to spend an h< ur or
two in our Whitewear Department. Such values as are offered here will
tempt you to lay in a full stock.
y   AH   You   Can   a
uy
Sift
NO^
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m
A   LAST   WORD   IN   COATS
A chance to secure a smart coat at
nn extremely low figure. Stylish garments cut to the lowest possible price
in an effort to clear out the balance
of our stock.
5 Coats only, brown, navy, oxford
grey and greens. All this season's garments; regular values to $19.50 for
 ���  ..$7.50
Seven only up-to-date Coats, including black, green and brown, velvet
and silk trimmed; regular values to
$22.50 for..,..- ...  ...  ,..,.,-. .$10.50
CHILDREN'8 COATS AT $2.50
Coats in plain colors, tweeds and
dark mixtures to go in the last effort.
We have a good assortment of sines
in this offer, but we want to clear
them out to mako room for Spring
goods.
Regular values to $fi,50 for...... $2.50
Regular values to $9.50 for... ..$4.50
GENTS' UMBRELLAS 75c
Five dozen Gents' Umbrellas, stout
cotton covers, strong frame, full size,
splendid assortment of handles. A
snap at $1.00;  sale price  75c
$35 OPERA CLOAKS FOR $15
Five only Opera Cloaks, made from
plain broadcloth ln dainty pastel and
darker shades. A rare opportunity for
thrifty buyers; regular values to $35
now for  $15
S8-INCH  MOIRETTE  15c PER YARD
Turquoise blue, rose and dark hello
only- A big snap whllo It lasts. Get
here early or tt will be gone; regular
35c, now tor, per yard   .15��
SILK   CREPE
YARD
DE   CHINE   49c   PER
Black, white and cream only 22
and 28 Inches wide, a rich fabric for
waists or dresses. All pure silk; regular 85c per yard, for, per yard ��� 49c
50c   DRESS  GOODS   FOR  25c
All wool nuns' veiling. In pink,
rose and grey, also wool crepe de
Chine In pale blue; regular values to
50c;  sale price, per yard 25c
One piece each pale green and rose
Nuns'   veiling  to  be  cleared   Only   a
limited   quantity;   regular
yard, now for, per yard...
per
,15c
LESS THAN   WHOLESALE   PRICES
ON   FURS
We are determined to clear Unbalance of our Fur stock. No! many
left, but a few Marmot and Sable
Ktoles we are offering at far less
titan manufacturers' prices. Inspect
them. ,    .
$2.00
$1.35
LADIES'   UMBRELLAS
FOR
Four dozen Ladies' Umbrellas 25-
inch silk and linen gloria covers, reliable frame, large selection of stylish
handles; regular $2.00; sale price
 $1.35
������������������*���*��
T H. SMITH
HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR HI
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE FIVE.     ^
GORDON'S
|Big Dry Goods House
January Sale of Table
Damasks
Eighty-inch bleached table linen   with    handsome  border;     regular
price $1.75 per yard;  sale price, per yard   $1.35
[��eventy-two-Inch  bleached  table linen, pretty floral designs; regular
price $1.65 per yard;  sale price, per yard  $1.20
|Seventy-two-inch bleached table linen, pretty floral patterns;  regular price $1.85 per yard; sale   price,  per  yard    !...90c
ISlxty-elghtdnch   bleached   table linen, assortment of patterns;   regular price $1.00 per yard; sale  price,  per yard    65c
jsixty-oipht-inch   bleached   table  linen;   regular  price   75c   per  yard;
sale  price,   per  yard ..50c
[[Table napkins, 5-8 and 3-4 sizes;  price from, per dozen..85c to $5.00
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INSPECT THESE  VALUES AND  RE
PLENISH YOUR STOCK AT THESE PRICES.
he Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SPORTING NEWS
APOLOGY IS SENT TO
REFEREE'S ASSOCIATION
Naughty   Postcard   Incident   Ends   in
Rovers   Expressing   Regret   for
Reference   to     Referee.
|    BOWLING    j
A team of local bowlers will journey to Harrison Springs today to take
ii   fall out  of the  Warm   Bathers.
The following is the score rolled
in a game against Vancouver last
night in a Telegraph league game:
New Westminster has sent in an
apology to the Referees' association
for the postcard incident, and although no reply has been received, il
is expected that the Rovers' troubles
are all over and everything will be
lovely from now on. Westham Island
will play here this afternoon, When
the match was arranged one of the
Wesl ham Island players who is a
member ol the Referees' association,
refused to come unless the trouble
with the association was settled. Thai
lis the immediate reason for the apol-
[ogy.
Although Westham island is noi
very high up in the league the team
is strong and will give the locals a
hard game. Lelth, of Vancouver, will
referee.   Kirhy.   of   the   Hovers,   may
1 noi be able to go on the field toda;
as he has been ill for the past week.
The Rovers' team will be chosen
from the following players: Hartley.
Bruce, Lapg, Shawcroesi Sawyers,,
Locke, Cadyzlen, Johnson, Badenoch,
Robertson, dray nnd Coutts. Game to
be called at  2:30 sharp.
Burden   .
Gilchrist
McCall   .
Smith   ..
1
. ,148
.141)
.124
..184
South 204
2
170
200
137
150
182
3    Total
177
161
142
153
156
495
510
403
4S7
542
809    839   789   243?
Foul  line Judge���L, O'Connor.
Scorer���H. Wiggins.
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
Braden's  Rink  Wins.
Regina,   Jan,   21.���Braden's   Winnipeg rink finished off Its stay in Regina   by   winning   the   third     largest
competition of the bonspiel today.
The following extra games have
been arranged (or next wei k:
The Glaziers of the Royal City
mills: .1. Mills, F. Saul!, il. ratty,
captain; Wm. Orr, rooter; vs. The
Tallymen: K. Campbell, A. W.
Sharpe, P, Harvey, captain V. Bray,
rooter
Tuesday evening, January 26 \ii
Stars: .1. Campbell, P. Roy, R. B.
Purdy, .1. Smith, Sam South, captain;
vs. All Factor); T, Mills, \. Ramsay,
J. Driscoll, .1. Millman, !���'. Peterson,
captain,
Special match for Thursdaj evening���Mack's Roustabouts ve All Factory team. Both teams from the Royal City mills.
Ent] les are being Bent I i fai I for
the "Chamberlin handicap for two-
man  teams.
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
GlS^Agnes Street.
South   African   Cricket..
Jol annesburg, Jan. 21.���In the
cricket tesi match toda;. the South
Africans had 89 for f mi   wickets.
ROYAL  CAFE
Dominion    Trust Block
On account of the drop in the price of
Fresh Eggs, these are the only ones we
are going to handle.
Cook Still Holds To i (s.
Copenhagen, Jan. 20. \To Immediate sieps will be taken to rescind
the honorary degree conferred upon
Dr, Cook by the University of Copen-
hagi n. as the verdict  is merelj   one
of "cause unproved." so far tis the
decision of the universitj is concerned. However, Rectoi Solomon-
sen and Prof. Stromgen, the chairman
of the examining committee, have
been delegated te consider further all
evidence at t heir disposal, after
which final action concerning the explorer's university titles may
taken.
be
Tuesday,  January 25
A.  G.  DELAMATER   AND  WILLIAM    NORRIS    (Inc.)      ANNOUNCE
THE   ORIGINAL   STUDEBAKER   THEATRE,   CHICAGO,   MASSIVE
SCENIC   PRODUCTION   OF
GEO. BARR McCUTCHEON'S
STIRRING   ROMANCE   OF   LOVE  AND  LAUGHTER
Dramatized from the novel  "BEVERLY    OF    GRATJSTARK"    BY
ROBERT M. BAKER
THE MOST EFFECTIVE DRAMA NOW
BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Staged   under   the   direction   of  Oscar   Eagle,   courtesy   of   Mr.   War-
Hold  ami  Mr,  Belasco
QUICK    WORK
You have read the book, then see the play.
SEAT SALE OPENS AT RYALL'S THURSDAY. PRICES (1.60, $1-00,
75c and 50c
Call and Have Your
Breakfast  with   Us.
e
Opposite Post Office
Our 25 cent Merchant's Lunch is the best in town.
Try oar Dinner or after Theatre Supper.
Orchestra in Attendance Daily
Everything is Clean.     The Cooking
Perfect, Service Unexcelled and the
PRICES   REASONABLE.
THE ROYAL   CAFE
J. P. CASH, Prop.
Kamloops   Man   Meets,     Courts     and
Marries Girl in Nine Hours.
Ottawa. Jan. 21.���Western methods
of hustle were Illustrated here "'is
v.eci when a stalwart and prosperous
farmer from British Columbia met,
i ���": ti d, proposed to and marrli d an
wa ��� Irl all in te.. space of nine
hour's, George Finter, of Kamloops,
B. C, returned ie (ittawa lasl wi ��� '���;
after an absence of i Ighl years On
Monday al on o'clock he happi ni I
te see in his sister's home the photograph ei' ;i young Ottawa lady, Miss
ie Robinson. He expressed a desire to meet her, ami securing her
address made an immediate call Miss
Robinson was busj al home, but Finter made an engagement to mi el b< r
later in the afternoon, Al five o'clock
he had made considerable progress
in acquaintanceship. With commendable vigor he then gol a marriage license and a wedding ting. At ten
o'clock the same evening the pair
were united. Mr. Finter says that's
the way they do thinus out  west.
ar
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Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
mmm & mcclugi
GOOD   SECOND HAND
COOK   STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP
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Call today and give us a trial.
LOADED
We find that our stock In many
lines is altogether too large and
must be reduced even at a sacrifice. For a short time we have
Mirrors in our bargain window.
This sale Includes every Mirror
in the store. You save from 25
to 50 per cent, by buying Mirrors
at this sale. We over bought for
Xmas and prefer quick returns.
Advertise in the Daily News.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
NOTICE TO SFOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and "titer live stock meet death In this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and In consequence many thotisnnds of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss hy livestock Insurance, which pays
Tor the death of an animal  for any cause Whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing a
policy with Nd exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full particulars  whether you Insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " Tne Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
11. FADER
Let Us Fill Your Next Grocery Order
W       11 d liver it promptly and give you best goods���we will both be happy and have a prosperous New Year
SELECTED   EGGS���
35c per dozen
ABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
6V**h- 40c pound.
CHOICE  CREAMERY   BUTTER-
Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN  RICE���
Good quality 6 pounds 25c
CANNED TOMATOES���
10c can
CANNED STRAWBERRIES-
ISC can
CANNED APPLE8 OR RHUBARB���
Gallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLES���
Large auart bottles 25c     wr, <
t I. FADER'S
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon'and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97. r    PAGE SEX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22
i
i
���/!
The Latest Report from the Fossil Oil Field.
READ:
Messrs. Rernet & Helm,  , ?..
1006 Granville street,
Vancouver, B.  C.
M
I     \  iv  .
Dear Sirs,���We are down 770 feet, and have had considerable setbacks for the last few days. Last week we lost a whole string of tools for
three days, but we got them out all right. Yesterday we lost a part of a
bit in the well���It broke off while drilling���we are drilling it up today.
The showings still Improve as we go down and It looks ns if we
would get the well any day. I never saw a case where tbe good showings
were so far above the main body of oi 1  before.
We have had sand rock in the last few days, and lt Is so hard that we
have made not over one (1) inch per hour while working, but I like to see
that on top of the oil. It is one of the best indications possible. For the
last few days the whole floor of the derrick, where the water runs, has
been covered with oil.
I only wish some of you folks would come down and see what we
have. I believe it would be a wise thing for you to send somebody down
to look it over and so be able to report to the shareholders, and open
their eyes. I think we have the biggest proposition ever, and am satisfied
we will strike it rich.
gffFl   J      , Yours truly,
! iqiEIlEl nUEtEKRflBBn    (Signed) s. a. htjbbbll.
The Fossil Oil Co., Ltd. owns 500 acres of the choicest oil land in the world famous fossil oil field���a district known to yield as high as $10 per barrel on the field.
According to reports oil may be obtained now any moment in large quantities, and
your opportunity of getting shares at the present price of twenty-five cents will be
then a matter of the past. These shares may advance to par or more, depending on
the flow of oil we have.
Consider!
that in order to pay dividends and bring shares to par value, only a flow of 50
barrels is necessary and, to be very conservative, figuring on a basis of only a 50
barrel well (there are wells in that locality which are yielding all the way to 500 barrels per day) we would have aj|net income of at least $75,000 per year on one well alone.
This would be 3,000 per cent, on your investment
That is on one well only. We have room to place hundreds of wells on the property and the profits to shareholders would be tremendous.
A $100 invested in these shares now may mean an
income of a thousand per year. To be on the ground
floor, to get the benefit of the advance which may take
place now any day, you will have to act at once.
Shares:
Twenty-five cents
per share.
All shares par value one dollar, fully paid  and nonassessable.
Make your application today.
Pay cash, or quarter cash 1, 2 and 3 months.
Bernet  &  Helm
Fiscal Agents and Brokers, 1006 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
Phone 5192.   Open evenings 7:30 to 9:30. i/TURDAY, JANUARY 22,  1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.  "^
[erTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
(L No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Frac-
n.,l' silicon Fractional Grouped
ter'al Claims, situated in the New
fctmlnster Mining Division of
����� Westminster District, where
Ltt-d FRt Lake:
Ke  notice   that   we,   Pitt   Lake
���md Cement Company, Limited,
Miner's  Certificate  No.  B30434,
Id BO days from the date hereof
hpiy to the Mining Recorder for
Irtificate of Improvement for the
3P of obtaining a Crown Grant
above claims.
further take notice that action
|,< section 37 must be commenced
e the  issuance  of such  Certifl-
iif improvements.
Red  this 14th day of December,
1909,
LAKE  PRICK  AND   CEMENT
LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent,
liner's Certificate No. B30435.
OTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
|/>L    COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
[cOMPETlTIVE    DESIGNS.
Heard   Of     Managers     for   the
Columbian    Hospital    Invites
.cis to submit   competitive de-
of a General Hospital, which it
ed to    erecl    at  Sapperton,
A'esiminster, B. C.
designs shall be superscribed:
Royal    Columbian    Hospital,
ddressed to W. 11. Keary, See-
in .aid of Managers, Royal Col-
Hospital,   New   Westminster,
and will he received up to noon
sday, 16th February, 1910,
design placed first by the ad-
iter  will   receive  a premium  of
the second a premium of $300;
Ird a  premium of $200.
Hoard    of Managers    is not
to erect the building from any
di signs submitted.
ditions   governing    competition
.  obtained by bona fide competition   application   to  the  under-
W.   II.   KEARY,
notary.  Hoard of Managers,
estminster,  B, C., January 7.
CRYSTAL
THEATRE
UNDER  ENTIRELY  NEW   MANAGEMENT.
I
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Come and see our special features
ENTITLED
1. A Squaw's Sacrifice  (western drama).
2. A Clever Detective.
3. A Cure for Neuralgia.
AND  HEAR
���1. Teddy Roberts in llis newest  songs.
f>. Humble Herves.
6. The Spoiled Child.
7. Tickling Duel,
8. King of Spain.
9. Song, "Honey  Land," by Toddy Roberts.
Next week we will have a little surprise for you.
Don't fail to see or hear it.
MARKET
I R EPORT
���
ADMISSION, 10 Cents
B. C. HARLOFF, Proprietor
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LAND  ACT.
I Westminster  Land  District,  Dis
trict of New Westminster.
���    notice   that   William   Garland
lie,  of    New  Westminster,  B.
iaption.    barrister at  law,  Into apply for permission to pur-
tho  following  described  lands:
imendng at a post planted on
I ire of    Welcome l'ass at  the
Iwest corner of Lot   1478, group
Westminster  district,  thence
Hy following    the    south  boun-
b .id Lol  147v, 40 cliains more
*& to the westerly houndarv of
\. 38,783,    then,-,,  south
i I   westerly   bound,i: y   of
1 Limit  38,78 I   I i ch tins
��� i the souths i   i corner
TV i ii    Limit, thence easterly
ith boundary of said
* chain ��� more or less
' : Halfmoon Hay, thence
lily,   westerly    aad    northerly
ol Halfmoon Bay and
b , polni ol commence-
f1 one hundred and six-
ore or less.
f'lN' FERDINAND  BAQQS,
Fiit for William Garland McQuar-
|ed,        ��� : bi r 23rd, 1009.
School Books
and
buT3pli<
mpplies
Estimates Given.
Phone 567
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
Yesterday's weekly market drew a
fair attendance, and a good day's
business was done. The feature of
the market was tbe further decline
in the price of eggs, which sold at
35 cents wholesale, and from 40 cents
to 45 cents retail. There was a good
supply of beef and other meats and
all was readily disposed of. There
was a good supply and demand for
fowl of all kinds, large chickens being especially sought after by the
buyers. The few ducks that offered
were quickly disposed of to early
buyers.
The supply of potatoes was particularly good but the Bales were limited.
Some apples sold at a drop in price
of 2b cents from last week, but the
quality of the fruit was not up to the
standard.
During the morning a well attended auction sale was held on Lytton
Square and many horses and cows,
in addition to farm implements,
changed hands at good prices.
Official  Quotations.
Hoof,  hindquarters, per lb..8c 'o 9c
Heef, forequarters, per lb.  . ,6c to 7c
Mutton    12c
Veal, large 9c to 10c
Veal,   medium    lie
Pork lie
Eggs, wholesale, per doz.  36c
Eggs, retail, per do?. 40c to 45c
Butter,  wholesale,  per  lb 30c
liutter  ,retail,  per   lb 35c
Fowl, per doz $8 to $9
Chickens, per doz $6.00 to $8.00
Broilers, per do/. $4.50 to $0
'Geese, each $1.25 to $1.5o
Potatoes, per ton    $1S
: Apples, per box    $1 to $1.75
Onions, per sack   $1.25
Carrots, per sac,;  60c
I Parsnips    75c
Beets   $1
Turnips,  per  sack    75c
TENDERS.
SPECIAL
FOR
SATURDAY
We are disposing of a special line of
Parametta Waterproof Coats. They
arc waterproof as their name indicates, and we guarantee every one of
them.
Price, $12.00
Cravanette   Waterproof
Coats, $7 and up.
Umbrellas $1 and up.
Look out for our special lines next week.
I
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.C.
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia  Street.
li
tf��3
For Tasty  and   Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
iircxiaHrak^ &*kY~''^att&^Eu
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON    BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  388.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the
lStb February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's Mails, on proposed contracts for four years, 14 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
Xew Westmlster Posi Office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Railway Station from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions ol proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at tbe Post Offices of New
Westminster,-Sapperton and Queens-
borough and at the office Of the Post
Office Inspector.
,     lv.su   Office  Inspector's Office. Vancouver.   I!   ('.,  7th  January,  1910.
JOHN   K.   GREENFIELD,
Posi   Office  Inspector,
I
LLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth        ��
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
srr^JaBfaawaausRaasEsa'aiBCTSfcsr;?;*
NOTICE.
Land
.UK  MATTER  of  the
|lry Office"
1���AND���
|T'.IK  MATTER  of the  title    '"
pistons 1, 2 and ;{ in Lot 21, Su-
b Hlock 13.
Ihert Salsbury,
(Westminster,  British Columbia.
NOTICE,   that   unless    you
Iproof  to  my   satisfaction  within
ii   (IB)   days  from  the  date    of
notice that  you have compiled
the terms of the certain agree-
sale  of  the  said   subdivis-
and 3 in Lot   21, Suburban
iadi   between F. J. "art &
and    you   the   20th   day   Of
1908, I shall proceed to can-
a registration of the said agree-
and  that   henceforth you  shall
rrred of all right, title or Interest
IBoevei in the said lands, and Plb-
on of this notice in a dally news-
1 : fifteen days shall bo good
sufficient service hereof.
IC. S. KEITH,
Btrlcl Registrar of Titles at New
tminster, li. C.
lary 7. 1910
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
If you Bpeclfy
The quality of
ei entlal factor
ed hy builders,
our materials.
lime Is a very
to he consldt r-
and    for    that
reason alone It will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of quality comes ti)) our claims for superiority   are     paramount,    be-
can
r.e   we
can
and
do
furnish
the
hesl
gradi
is at
the
lowest
pih
���OS.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
II
{any
lary,
)YAl_
ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
The  Sunshine
Furnace
is the only furnace to buy if you are
wanting a good one. Call and we will
show it to you.  All kinds of Tinsmith-
ing done.
CALL AND SEE THEM AT
KIRK'S HARDWARE,"- *,*******,. b.c
BOB STEVENSON'5
Closing Out Sale
Of High Grade Boots
and Shoes, Rubbbers,
Polishes, Etc.
THIS IS A GENUINE CLOSING OUT SALE. MR. STEVENSON IS POSITIVELY RETIRING FROM
THE SHOE BUSINESS, AND IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUT HIS WELL-SELECTED STOCK IN THE
SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME HAS MARKED EVERYTHING DOWN TO THE LOWEST FIGURES.
READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES AND THEY WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SCEPTICAL THAT
THIS IS THE  PLACE TO SAVE  MO NEY ON SHOES.
St.4* -h'
iy'<1. '7 *  t ,
,,",;i" palmists do not tell things to
jlH" a person, but read your life
ii the cradle to the grave just, as
Rows in your hand. All readings
f be satisfactory or no charges
I1 w made. Address 613 Colum-
Kreet, New Westminster", B. C.
The North American Life
Shows for 1 909
Large increase in NEW BUSINESS.
Large Increase in INCOME.
Large Increase In ASSETS.
,'rgo increase in PAYMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS.
Decrease iu EXPENSE RATIO.
THIS IS T"E COMPANY TO INSURE IN.    CONSULT
White,Shiles & Co
AGENTS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Ladles'     high-grade    gun- Men's     fine    leather-lined
metal, vlel kid and    patent Ladi���   vrey  fine kid Ox- ca,f  an(]   vlcJ   kIJ  blllclien,
bluchers,   manufactured    by ford,   black   and   tan,   ln   a never   ao|d   f()r   |pgB   ^
the   Mlnlster-Mylos   Co..   of variety of pleasing styles  all $5 ()n    |U1(,    ��w   r��hfhDla
Toronto,  of  tbe very   finest good value at $2.75 to 18.00, and  Bereflfor(J  make.. $4.15
materials,  stylish  nnd  dura-      for   $1." Leather    lined    box    kid
Die,  worth   $5.00  and  $5.50, bluchers,   18   pairs   left,   a
for $3.75 Ladies' One strap slippers, good  wori,inK  snoe 0f neat
neat  and   stylish,   Columbia appearance, worth $4.00, for
Ladles'     elegnnt     patent and  M.     B.    Steine  makes, j315
leather  and   viol   kid  Much-       worth $1.75. for  $1-35 '' ^ ' ^ '   ^ '  ;fl"
S.TW? Me���: Men's high-grade box calf ��%��*��* ��*����*
of Montreal, worth $4.50, for and patent leather bluchers, ���f "^"J ^ d ggg
 $3.25 comprising such well known f�����    ���'k,n*    or lf,,Rft7
.   , M ..    . standard makes as the Han- ��**������  were  cheap at $3.60
Ladles' fine vlel kid bluch- QWr   ManufacturlnBi   Beres-      for   *2'65
ers and bala, made   by   the fmA     ftnd       Ames - Holden, Men's good working boots.
Mlnister-Myles   Co.   and   M. wortu   *5 00   and   $6.60    for congress   and    bluoher   cut,
B. Steine, sold at $3.26 and '                         '$4 35 all    leathers.    Ames-Holden
$3.50, for   $2.65      ""  make, worth $2.50, for. .$1.75
THIS IS A GENUINE SALE. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF���NO ONE URGED TO BUY. ALL
RUBBER GOOD8 AND POLISHE8 8ELLING AT COST. ANY GOODS NOT SATISFACTORY WILL
BE CHEERFULLY EXCHANGED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR NO SALE. CALL AND EXAMINE THE PRICES. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. YOU ARE EQUALLY WELCOME TO LOOK OR TO BUY. REMEMBER THE ADDRESS, AND CALL EARLY BEFORE THE
6IZES ARE BROKEN.
BOB  STEVENSON'S SHOE  HOUSE
632 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Look  for  LEWIS  BROS/ Big  Red Sign
i
4 P    PAGE EIGHT.
THE D\iLY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
JANUARY 22
!
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Coat Hangers
Are   very   useful.   We   have
these in differ* n: styles.
Things you want
at a reduced rate.
Cream, 10c
Rowat's Pickles 25c
Catsup 20c
Chili Sauce 20c
Also a choice line
of  Green Vegetables.
m^mti
A STRAIN
1 Ti
is a n csssary article In a
Litchen We have these ln
all s';es and for all purposes.
Besides these we carry a
full line of wire goods, such
as Soap Shakers, Egg Beaters. Sponge Baskets, Soap
Holders, Towel Bars, Toasters, Waste Paper Baskets,
Etc.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
�������������������������������������*<
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
Remember the best
is to be had at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
R. T.   PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
Books  Closed, Audits    Made,    Statements and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
A   Hindu  named   Bipwoo,  who died
at ltis shack near the Walsh Sash and
I Door   factory   on     Wednesday,     was
| buried yesterday in the Douglas strei |
i cemetery.
The "Acme" of perfection in gentlemen's outfitting can be procured at
the Acme Clothing Store in Lee's Emporium, ***
I
The organist and some of the members of St. Alhan's (Anglican) church,
Burnaby, assisted by outside talent,
are preparing for a concert which
will be given on Thursday in the
I Burnaby municipal hall. The coming
j event bids fair to be a great success.
Take advantage of Hob Stevenson's
big shoe sale. ***
From two to half past three o'clock
on Sunday morning the electric cur
rent will be off in this city and in
Burnaby.
We noticed a smart young well-
dressed    fellow   today,   you    probably   I
saw  him  too.  He  got  the  finishing
touch put on at the Acme Store.     ***
Commissioner Coombs nave an address before a large audience in tin-
Salvation   Army   barracks   yesterday
evening, centering bis remarks on th ��� i
seventeenth  verse of the fourteenth
chapter of Romans:  "No Man Liveth i
for Himself." During his address he
recalled   many  incidents in  llis  inter- ,
esting  career,    which    appeared  t(li|
touch most of the audience.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at The Royal Cafe. **
Mr. and Mrs. A. Allan of Third avenue are  rejoicing  in  the arrival  of ���
a hoy baby.
Room  9  Westminster    Trust    Block
Phone L578, P. O. Box 795
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davles
Greenhouse, R208
Boh Stevenson is closing out his
shoe business. All goods are marked
al   low  prices to clear. ***
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store,
Denny & Galloway, -IM Sixth street.
"The coat makes the man." We can
supply the whole outfit. Come to   ���
it may be the making of you.
i,m.ii,wTTtg-anwiaj
We Invite Comparison
We are not the only people teaching Business and Shorthand in Westminster, bul we claim that on account
of our superior equipment and experienced, capable teachers, our school is
doing more and better for students
than other schools. It is open day and
night. Try it.
For fresh Carnations-, promptly delivered,  phone   R208,   I   vies'  Gre n-
house. **
Mr. Webster, Mechanic; E:;pert, Is
gradually gaining the confidence of
the good people ol Westminster bj
being able to "produce the goods."
No. 10 Sixth street. *-'
Buy your shoes at Stevenson's closing out sale and save money.        ***
The  low  land  on   Barnston  Island
will   be   reclaimed   by     a  system    of
dykes   which  are   to  be  buiit   In   the
I near  future.   The  island   lies   in   the
Will leave the Brackman-1Fraser abiml fifteen miles above the
Tr ���7,      j,      ��� T     , icily.  Six  miles of dykes will  render
Ker      Whari      tor     Ladner,   about 1500 acres of land available for
trroTT cultivation, and the cost of the worjt
wd,JiWill not  be very great, as there are
DOintS at 2 O'clock, returning n�� difficulties In the way of dredging.
It  Is  the  purpose  of  the  owners  to
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Westham ^Island and
points at 2 o'clock, retu
on the following morning.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office,- Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
subdivide     the
farms  suitable
w.
property   into     small
for   market   gardens.
PHONE 475.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW
USE
J
We Give Careful Attention
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
II. Scott was yesterday evening
elected president of the Trades and
Labor Council, .]. McMurphy, who was
nominated at the previous meeting
having declined the honor. The other
officers elected were: R. E. Monteith,
vice president; J. Wood, treasurer:
| R. A. Stoney, secretary, and M. Sobey,
sergeant-at-arms. A considerable
amount of business was transacted
at the meeting.
The nine Chinese who fell into the
hands of Detective Bradshaw and his
men on  Thursday  night appeared  in
the  police   court   yesterday   morning
| and all pleaded guilty to a charge of
gambling. Tbe keeper of the joint was
j fined $30 and the others contributed
| $10 each to the cost of the city's up-
, keep.     Detective   Bradshaw   lias   the
| names of several white men who were
! frequenting the house.
The boiler Inspectors of the province are  meeting at   the    provincial
: eoftrt house every day now to discuss
the matter of uniform boiler regula-
| lions tor the Domnion. The rules
adopted by the recent conference at
Regina are being gone over and the
British  Columbia  men are trying to
I see what can be done towards making
the provincial rules conform to them.
.The men present in the city are: John
Downey, (1, ('. McGoWan, S. Baxter,
J. D. Kay of Victoria, A. Sutherland
of Nelson, G. O. Madigan and P. J.
Gopel of Vancouver, and Chief Inspector   Peck,   of   New   Westminster.
] The result  of the    deliberations    of
j this board will be compared with the
results of the sittings of similar bodles
; sitting in the different provinces and
from the reports some uniform schein,,
'of boiler requirements will doubtless
i bo- arranged for the whole Dominion.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
������������������������������<
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open-
ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW Is the best time to start one.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
j
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets $61,046,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,     I
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
SURREY
40 Acres, in Section 35, on Yale Road,
$65  PER ACRE
One-third cash, balance over two years.
W.    S.    ROSE   JW5f3*!^!Jt��JBjnk_BiHldicvg   ���
Specials For Saturday
Nigkt Only
A list of the bargains on sale at the Special Reductions noted below for
Tonight Only Between the Hours of
Seven and Nine
Lines of goods are popular everyday necessities, the
quantities of which are limited. New arrivals will
soon be here to replace them, so we put them on
sale tonight at prices which make it worth your
while to be here and obtain first choice if possible.
Low prices on all Winter Goods in every department
are fast clearing out the odds and ends.
Wide Taffeta and Satin Ribbon 19c Per Yard
REGULAR  VALUES 30c to 50c   PER   YARD.
Our Ribbon Stock was  never so clean as regards colors and   styles, but there ure unusually \mj
numbers of ends, each ranging from three to ten yeards.   Our Sa turday nlghl price is marvellously4
for five, six and seven-inch   ribbons of superior dualities.    No bad colors or bad patterns.    On sale
tween the hours of 7 and 9   tonight, at per yard	
Penman's
Special
Cashmere Hose
For Women
25c Per Pair
REGULAR 35c VALUE
This is the first time since
we have been handling this
high-grade 35c Hose that
they have been placed on
sale at other than the usual
sale discount. We depart
the usual run for tonight
only and sacrifice this line
Of All-wool Penman's Special
Hose, black only, sizes 8 1-'^
to 10 inches. On sale tonlghl
7 to 9 p.m. ln the Hosiery
Section, per pair 25c
Our Best
English Prints
10c Per Yard
REGULAR   15c.
mmitmWa
For two hours only customers will lhul it possible
to purchase what they desire
of those forty ends of our
well known "Hard-toBeat"
print at a price less than
that for which we can buy
them. Our large Spring
stock will be here in a short
time, so we make these
ends to clear Quickly, for
two hours only (7 to 9 tonight), 15c prims for per
yard    10c
OUR   REGULAR   $1.25
GUARANTEED
Kid Gloves
95c Per Pair
Black, tan, brown ar.
white French Kid Gloves, i:
till sizes. Our regular pop��
lar Reynler Glove, ever/
pair of which is guarant.. I
Further comment is unne*
sary. On sale Saturday
night only, 7 to 9 p. tn., ',:
per   pair
. 95c
China Silks
20c Per Yard
REGULAR   25c   AND   30c
Twenty-five or mote endl
Of China Silk, a full rangi i|
colors, some in 20-lneh iinli
others in 23-lncb width*
The entire stock on sale '
to 9 p. m. tonighi only, :i[
per yard    20c
Women's Heavy Undervests 25c Each
REGULAR 35c VALUE.
Heavy White Cotton    Undervests, with long sleeves, shaped   and  full  in   size.    On  sale  tonlgW
only 7 to 9 p.m. in the Ready-to wear Section, each       .  25c
Big Sale of Remnants Today Only.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
TELEPHONE 334.

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