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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WH|TE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Lire
ASSURANCt
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,,,,, b   NUMBER
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C, SATURDAY  MORNING, FEBRUARY  20, 11)10
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
IS
mm bw 1;
DUE ON MONDAY
leitiie
L. McBride Announces
Ihfl.R. Measure will Be
public Next week.
AM BOYS FAIL
TO MELT COLLEGE TEAM   PARIS  FLOOD   LOSSES
Columbian    Seniors    Arrange to  Fill
Basketball  Date by Game
Against McGill.
Uctoiia.  Feb.  26.���The    presenta
L(|[ ,i . estimates was the chief
!������,. ul   the   proceedings   in    the
. yesterday, a day marked
tbe nunsactlon ol an  unusually
amoUnt   of    business  by    the
,  sitting lasting till 6 p. m,
estimates    approximately
,,,  ... in   be  expended   In   Van-
,r uud vicinity.
tiawthoi nthwaite's      amend-
to  the   public   schools   act,   bj
,,  oi   which   he   sought   to   have
(vision made tor the establishment
Be]    ate  schools  throughout  the
[or the education of the chil-
��� ol Orientals, was defeated, folding   the   declaration   of   Hon.   Dr,
Dg, In charge of the bill, that clr-
Instances   nictated   mat   he   could
Ii .in amendment,
j.. ..      :   McBride has given notice
ou Monday he Will ask leave to
:i bid respecting the Cana-
Ii.. .      .in  railway���the kernel of
: railway proposals of the
which  will  bring    about
I iction of a second purely
... i.    transi ontinenta]    railway ���
rough  British  Columbia  from  Yel- \
,:..,   I pai.- to Vancouver,
|'i        11   foi   the  incorporation  of
I ol  Prince Rupert  was read
ki      . time on motion of Hon. W. \
iBuWi-' r,
imates were presented by |
J. Bowser, minister ol n-
Ince, and ��� moved that thej be rein i the committee on supply.
I Tl total revenue is estimated al
made up principally as
I Ri '������ ipts from the Dominion,
y. mi in   of   interest   at   five
?r i ��9,161;  anuual subsidy tu
.; and legislature, (160.1 ;
rant   per   capita   on   population   of
12 926; giant for lands con-
0, );  grant  under  British
erica   act,   1907,   (100,000;
tl 12 076. Land sales. $1,500,-
10; land revenue, (150.000; timber
'��� i ;  timber licenses, $l,-
('" umber    royalties.     (276,000;
*    diners'    certtflcates,    (60,000;
eneral    mining    receipts,    (80,000;
I    liquor   licenses, $60,000;
'  '   . I :i i(-^   (10,000;    fines   and
(20,000;     probate    fees,
(
riu
Owing to '.ti" i :' their number meeting with an accident the Bellingham
tasketball team will be unable to
mill lhe Columbian college seniors
itiing. as had bi en arranged.
catch will take plat e later, probably towards the end ol March.
In order to fill the date, a game
has been fixed with Med:!! seniors,
of Vancouver, who will meet the
quintette which was to have taught
the Bellingham boys a few things, A
pi i UmltiU y will be pul on between
the Becond college team and a team
representing either McGill or the Vancouver hi",,i school.
The colli ge seniors are; Forwards.
McArtuhr, Pcupore; centre, White;
guards, Priest, Dralney. Spare,
Brown.
am admittance fee of flfti en cents
will be charged for the two game.
Paris, Feb. 25.���The official reports of the flood
damage in eighteen out of eighty-sis departments
show a monetary loss of $14,600,000. This includes
the $10,000,OUO damage in Paris, but here, as elsewhere, no account is made of the indirect losses,
which are incalculable.
Basketball Fixtures,
t n l'i Idi 5 nexf the Columbian college basketball team will play
a match agalnsl the Militia team in
the drill hall Arrangements were
completed yesterday ror a basketball
game agalnsl the Victoria high school
quintette in victoria on March 6.
The locai i will visit the capital city
with a  Btr -:     five.
MAM HEADWAY
WITH ESTIMATES
Cil ACTIVITY
IN SAPPERTON
m,MtM BOAT 18
READY FOR SECOND TRIP
Homespun Starts on Tuesday for Northern Grounds���Craft Open
to   Inspection.
Appropriations for Eastern! Remarkable Sale of Lots In
Public Works Take About; Eastern Suburb Attracts
$750,000 In One Day.        |    Attention.
The Methodist missionary boat
Homespun, which has just been overhauled and repainted, will be tied up
at the B. C. 10. U. wharf this
afternoon and evening, and on Monday afternoon from two to Ave
o'clock, to allow all interested in the
work of the mission craft an oppor
t unit v    to   inspect   the   boat
MONDAY WILL BRING
TR0UBL_ TO ASQUITH
Irish Are Figuring on Mak-
ing lt Interesting For The
British Premier next week
London, Feb. 25.���The political
storm is again threatening the existence of the oablnet, and the feeling among the Liberal politicians is
most pessimistic as a result of the
conviction that the Irish mean busi-
r-- .ness, as foreshadowed in the Freema
The [Journal, of Dublin, this morning.
""" T,,e��ii-iv for Vic- I    This   conviction   was  strengthened
Homespun sails on   1 uesd      to    VIC- al.((,nu,(m , . a    tloi.iBi���n wllU���
tori* where it will una. a lev Ue United Irish league reached at a
days before continuing to its aesu meetlng |U)t tn BUppor( llu? new Juration, the Queen Charlotte ana war | ,     ,__,,  _. ���._  ,      wrim.���
iu the north
'or  the  begin-
EXPENSIVE ADDITIONS TO
MANITOBA'S SOLOS HALLS
Ottawa, Feb. 25.���Some headway
was made today with the public
works estimates. Hon. Wli.iam Pugs-
ley succeeded in wiping off .he Elate
the balance of tli, Quebec harbors
aud rivers items, amounting to $320,-
000, or a total of $644,000, foi that
province in wluu.es and breakwaters, The Item Oj $250,000 for improvements to the 'i iionto harbor
also   passed.
Late tonight Mr. Pug ey was grappling with the Man, oba public
works items. |
The total  passed for the day  was j
ahout three-quarters of a mil..on dol-
Welsh, Evans <fc Darke, the real
estate firm which is specializing in
Sapperton property, although they
have only been Iu business here for
little more than a week, have already
found their present offices hi the
Guichon block too small lor theii
business, and on March 1 will move
to the piemhvea now occupied by Hale
I Bros ifc Kennedy, Limited.
j The treuieiu.ous activity in Bap-
Ipertou realty may be Imagined from
the fact that o.i, of 112 lots put on
1 the market for tho first time on Saturday of last week, only sixteen were
ham Islands, rvuiuiniu,
until the end of May
ning of June.
This will be the second trip of the
Homespun on the coast mission service. Captain Oliver will be iu charge
Of the boat, and Kev. C. W. Webber
is the travelling missionary who will
minister to the spiritual needs of the
loggers und fishermen of the north. .
The Homespun is not yet free of
debt, but it is expected that the visitors who Inspect tlie boat today and
Monday will assist in reducing the
encumbrance by contributing according 'o their means. Tea will be
s i vi d on board by some of the ladies interested in the work.
Deputation   Asks     Government   That
Local Option Votes Be Taken
Once In Three Years.
  a mil..on uoi- i   -
[ar8i left    yesteraay   afternoon   at   three
An earnest effort is being male by o'clock. Of course the lots were de-
Liberal members to induce the gov- strable and offered on very easy
eminent to bring the long-drawn d - ! terms, but the mere fact of a new
bate on the second reading of the ��>-in selling almost 100 lots in a few
naval bill, which started on February ! day* ��b a remarkable Indication oi
3  to an end tlle   way   things   are   moving  in   the
_.J __^. 'east end suburb.
| The property sold is part of
r-irvincial Police Chief Divorced. L tT0Wn gy.m betWl,on Blghth avc,
San Francisco, Feb. 25.���Mrs. kllea-> nue and Sherbrooke street. It is
nor Hussey today was granted an in- ; ov,vied by S. B. Buchanan, who coni-
terlocutory degree of divorce from j missioned Welsh, Evans <fc Darke to
her husband. Frederick Hussy, super- sell it a week ago. Mr. Buchanan is
llntendent of police for the province |more  than   pleased   with   the  result
MULTI-MILLIONAIRES ARE
INDICTED BY GRAND JURY
Six Concerns and Tweny-One Individuals Are In Line to Pay a Fine or
Go to Jail.
.>^^5E_aEpSW_U_S!_-n__S_S-_9
nior lord of the treasury, William
Wedgewood Benn. in the by-election
in the St. George's division of Tower-
Ilamlets, made nt cessary by his appointment  to the ministry.
The league hold that until assured
that the government intends to seek
guarantees from the crown enabling
it to pass the veto bill into law this
y e edaaronf.erb atoa a., a., a....
year, and before the Introduction of
the budget und other leglslaticu, the
Irish can not be expected to support
any government candidate.
Rumors v ere afloat again today to
the effo"* that Premier Asquith contemplated resigning unless his restive team quickly  settled  down.
Monday, it is expected, will be an
especially critical day. The premier
will then make a statement of the
government's plans regarding the
house of lords, and Sir Henry Dalziel,
one of the lend* rs of the revolting
radicals will offer a hostile motion,
asking tlie bouse of commons to limit
the cabinet's action to the abolition
of the lords' veto and to disapprove
all suggestions for the reform of the
upper house.
Should this bo pressed to a division the Nationalists, if they remain
in their present frame of mind, are
likely to give the motion their pun-
port,  nnd  the  only  salvation  of  the
lot   British   Columbia.     The   Husseys
I were married in Los Angeles iu 1896,
and moved to Victoria, B. C, iu 1004.
Winnipeg. Feb, 25.���The provincial
government has decided on extensive
additions to the legislative buildings
at a cost of four hundred thousand
dollars. Work will be started in
April. H	
An Influential delegation waited on ! ���
the government, consisting oila nun*. \ ^ Austjn_
ber   of   reeves,   councillors,   bankers
and business men. who asked for ai      W. A.  Austin,  a  man  eighty-nine
amendment to the liquor license act  years old ,died last night at the Royal
to have local option bylaws submitted   Columbian liospltal,  where  he   has
in a given municipality  once " """ "'" ":"il "inv ,m"
New York. Feb. 25
Thc beef trust | country  will   be   from  such   help  as
*        i���il-.j   ��� ,,   K*_n-
of the United States, Involving six-
great packing companies and twcnly-
one puckers, several of them multimillionaires socially and Industrially
, prominent, were indicted today by a
I grand jury in Hudson county, N. J.,
Ithe Unionists may he
der.
Inclined to ren-
of the sale, although he half wishes
that he had held some of the property.    Just   a  year   ago   he   sold  the _	
present  Sapperton  school site to jH^ged~Trtth  conspiracy  In "limiting
city    and  he   states   that   he   wishes ,        p *      ���
���    -     -     - i the supply ot  meat and poultry.
The  indictments  are  drawn   under
three years, instead of once a year,
as may be done now.   i
Under the present plan there is
an agitation in all the time, wliich
is detrimental to business.
New  Industry.
The   Fraser   River   Brick  and   Tile
| company   is   a   new   concern   which
will  shortly  start   work  in  this city.
The   location   of   tlie   plant   is  across
'the   river,   below   the   tannery.     Professor Hughes, of Belllngham, who is
i one of the promoters of the scheme,
'states that  the company will be able
to compete in tile and brick with any
other firm doing business In the province.    The machinery  for the Industry Is coining up from Washington,
where all the capitalists interested in
Ithe  industry   live.
18,090  succession     duties.     $50,000;
IW     tamps,  $20,000;   registry    fees, i
marriage   licenses,   $11,000;
Ik- tax, $225,000; real property
000; personal property tax,
I6,00i land tax, $235,000; income
I i.mineral ta_,-$100,000; tax
in unworked crown granted mineral
Jalmi $40,000; printing office, $60,-
i"": hospital for the insane. $26,000;
IO) ' "id tax on coal. $150,000;
raffle tolls on New Westminster
$25,000; interest on invest-
ii"nt of sinking funds. $t'.o.000; mis-
lallaneous Interest, $150,000; British
folumbia's share of Chinese head tax,
"1,000; fishery and cannery licenses, $25,000; log scaling fees, $26,-
boiler inspection and examination fees, $18,000.
Tin   total estimated expenditure is
fc7,738,257;   the summary  of expenditure being as follows:   Public debt, \-~-~.       follows.
B21.719; civil government    salaries). P0���^-    otflce,    Victoria, $86,387;
>���'    administration   of    justice     ��      ����    mines, $3500; provincial
[salaries), $161,136; legislation. $66,- ��������� $B BB6 hospltal for the to-
620; public Institutions (mainte-jU'u ^w* ^e8tmln8ter aDd Vernon,
nance), $261,998;   hospitals and char-   !?.���'..��.  ���r0vlnclal  home Kamloops
[Ui     $333,100;  administration of JM- , "\i '      ' ,(BherleB   	
Uce   '..ther   than   salaries).   $201,550, ,*!���'������'
1'! Hon, $715,742; transport, M<t"
000; revenue services. $46,000; public
��"!; -1,258,806 made up of works
and buildings, $986,600; government
IboUBe, $6600; roads, streets, bridges
Mid wharves, $2,820,606; subsidies to
Steamboats, ferries and bridges. $19."
100; surveys and improvements or
land     $326,000;   contingencies,  $100,-
 ilscellaneous, $649,460.
i nder authority ot the Bhuswap
Railway Guarantee act, 1890, and tn��
NakuBp and Slocan Railway Aid act,
180-1. provision has to be made for
Paying   interest   on   Shauswap   and
iPillv   ranl&_L8   the   p lenomenai   m"-    o.nii    I"""      ............-,      	
nf \v Kb   Evans & Darke.   The   and  company, G.  H.  Hammond  and
cess of Welsh, Evans �� "arse. LnmMn/.^  thp Hammond Packing
for the maintenance of public institu-
he ' nd a chance to buy it back at
three times the sum he received for
it then. I
^^mmfffgmy i    Owing to the contour of the coun-
been for the past three months He try in the east end, the amount of
is survived by a son, \V, H. Austin, property available for purchase is
living on a ranch iu ir Blue Mountain, 'limited to a small area. Much of
aud by a daughter, Mrs. C. C, Camp- the land there is reserved for school
bell, of Sapperton. The late Mr. Aus- or 0,iu>!. purposes, and a great deal
tin came here from California. No of it is oft tlm murket, and that par-
arrangements have yet been made |tially explains the phenomenal suc-
for the funeral. cess of Welsh, Evans & Darke.
site of the school was moved from
its location further west to the present property, next to Mr, Buchanan's
land. This was on account of the
facilities In that section of water,
light and sewerage, and the same
advantages that caused the school
hoard to move their site also appertain to the Buchanan property.
When the remaining lots are sold
Welsh, Evans & Darke state that they
have other propositions which they
will put before the investing public.
What they are the members of the
firm refuse to divulge at present, but
state that something pretty gqod is in
sight.
THE REASON WHY.
Lord's Day Alliance Secretary Speaks
junior Football Today.
Foo'iru! teams representing the
Central &nd Lord Kelvin schools of
this city will clash with elevens from
the Vancouver Model school at Moody
square this afternoon. '
Bowling.
The B. C. Telegraph League game
last night resulted  as follows:
Johndro       174 183    126
Smith       ISO 150   18G
South       112 190
Purdy       142 148
(Gilchrist       201 156
the laws of. New Jersey which provide, upon conviction, a maximum
penalty of three years in the penitentiary or a $1,000 or both. The offense
Is extradictable.
The defendants named are;
Corporations���The National Packing company. Armour and company.
Swift   and     company,     NelsonMorris
CONDUCTOR   IS   HONORED.
Hero  of  Spanish   River  Wreck  Decorated by King with Albert Medal.
Ottawa, Feb. 25.���Earl Grey has received the following cable from Earl
Crewe:
"London, Feb. 25.���His majesty-
has been pleased to confer the Albert medal of the first class upon
Thomas Reynolds. (Signed) Crewe."
Reynolds is a C. P. R. conductor
who was conspicuous In saving life in
the Spanish river railway wreck. The
Albert medal is awarded by the King
for heroic services In saving life.     '
211
143
152
483
513
500
815    827    818 2460
EARL  GREY  HAS  ESCAPED.
j.,500.
Of the total vote of $222,100 for
hospitals and charities the principal
items are: Grants to hospitals, $200,
000; grants to refuge homes, aid societies, etc.. $10,000; aid of destitute
poor and sick, $14,000; assistance to
building hospitals, $80,0(10; grant to
tuberculosis sanitarium, $20,000.
The vote of $201,550 for the administration of Justice (other than salaries), Is detailed as follows:
Summoning and paying Jurors and
witnesses, $26,000; prosecution and
interpreters. $14,000; expenses of Inquests, $6500; rewards, $200); keep
of prisoners, $45,000; special constables $21,000;  transport of constables
��� ^__ ^ 'and   prisoners.   $45,000;   medical  offl-
-nrt Sidney Raiiwa/subsldy"act 1892 leers at Jails (fixed allowances) $2000;
Paying Interest  on  Victoria and   allowances to sheriffs (fixed), $6050;
 !���,���,���_ I constitutional  litigation  and   general
law    costs,    $25,000;    miscellaneous,
$9000.
For education there is a vote of
$745,742, to be expended as follows:
Eductaion office, $15,610; free textbook branch, $23,652; Inspection of
""'"""���    provincial normal
���   a ��� a   ���nil
Tomorrow on Sunday Closing.
,ltev   T. Albert Moore, general secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance tor
Martin Informed that Calgary Speech
Was Incorrectly Reported.
London, Feb.  25.���In the house of   reuuj u�� ...0	
commons yesterday afternoon the un- Canada, will preach tomorrow mora
der-seoretary of state for the colonies, iug in the Queen's Avenue Methodist
replying to Joseph Martin's ((ties- church and in the afternoon at 3:30
tion in respect to a speech delivered will address a meeting of men only
by Earl Grey last year In regard to In the Crystal theatre ��� *'���" 0��hhnth
the British navy, said: .observance question
"I  presume  Mr.   Martin's  question !    To  the afternoon 	
referred    to a speech    delivered  by   business men of the town have been
or the Sabbath
e   UUCP.."-������ .
afternoon meeting all tm~
company and the Hammond Packing
company.
Individuals���J. Ogden Armour, A.
Watson Armour, Louis F. Swift, Edward F. Swift, Charles H. Swift, Edward Morris, I. W. Morris, Arthur
Meeker, E. Tllden. L. A. Carlton, T.
E. Wilson, T. J, Connors, F. A. Fowler, L. H. Heyman, J. F. Bathgate, Jr..
George ,T. Edwards, Frederick B.
Cooper, D. F. Hartwell, Henry B.
Darlington, A. A. Fuller and L. C. Patterson.
The foregoing list of names represents the very backbone of the great
packing industry In the United States
���all, for the most part, residents of
Chicago. Their Indictment brines to
a climax the flrst concerted efforts
which have been made In the east to
fix the responsibility for tbe abnormally high prices of commodities now
prevalent.
More than a month ago the enquiry
hy the grand Jury wns started, cold
storage plrnts were inspected, witnesses examined and today the indict,
ments were handed down, lt will
mean the trial by jury of some of the
most prominent men in the United
States, charged in effect with chafing the people.
HINDUS TOO   POOR TO
BRING   WOMEN   ALONG
niagan,   and   Nakusp   and   Slocan
Ok   ���o��� ���    w
railway bonds, ln excess of earnings,
and under authority of the V*��Jorla
1 Sidney     *  *""" 	
f"r haying interest  on  Victoria ami , constitution
Sidney  railway   bonds   (approximate-l ^^
referred    to a speech    delivered  Dy iqubiucod ,,���.��� ���	
Barl Grey in Calgary last September. Invited, ami Kev, Moore will be pre-
The secretary of state for the colonies pared to explain the cause and effect
has been informed that the criticism of the recent Sunday closing of the
made of that speech is based upon postofflce, which has aroused some un-
lncorrect reports which were due to favorable comment among many of
the fact that no shorthand writers the residents of the city. The busl-
were present. The secretary conse- ness men are invited to come prepar-
quently sees no reason why he should   ed  to ask  questions on the subject
and Mr. Moore will answer.
VICTORIA   SHOWS  DECREASE
IN  WEEK'S BANK CLEARINGS
'>���). $40,000.      ^^^^^^^
L'mder the head of expenditure on
account of the public debt, which
expenditure is noted as totalling
"21,719.11 appear the following
items:
liilerest, $333,112.53; Blnklng fund,
���177,796.68; premium and exchange,
���1800; discount and commission,
���fi010;    redemption    of    debentures,
$4011(1.
Balaries to be paid in connection
*,n' the administration of Justice are
'"""(I as follows, the total vote being
���J61.138; Supreme and county courts,
���/"'"I; stipendiary magistrates,
�����00; provincial police, $00,000; industrial school, $6732; administrative
������ Victoria Jail, $7512; admlnistra-
'hl'   staff    New    Westminster   Jail.
General Strike, Then Carnival of
Riot, Due In the Quaker City
b0okUrancV:'$23:65ir inspection  o;      phUadelph,a,  Feb.  2B-A  ��**�� 1^^^%^^^ *���
ilia     824700;    provincial normal     . t,    Ceulrai Labor Union, which is |ami " t The    Btate    police
SShffijfal Zoning    ^"d -JJ^^WS ISBffg-   !�������_
held ^ Sunday to consider calling a
relferal sympa^h, strike^JohnJ.
A
$8448
staff    Nelson
,'"".   administrative    	
'"!��� $5700; administrative staff Kan*
l0��Pa Jail, $5760; factories act, $1C80.
"he detail 0f the vote of $251,993
dumb and blind, $4500; evening
schools, $10,000; per capita grant to
city, municipality and rural school
districts, schools ln E. and N. railway belt an-d unforeseen requirements, $656,580.
In the appropriation for public
works there is the sum of $150,000
for the completion and furnishing of
the new courthouse In Vancouver, In
addition to which there ls a further
vote of $50,000 for the const ruction of
an additional wing to the building,
contract    for    which    will    be
leral Bympttuieuy ���........
Murphy, president of the Central Labor Union, said this afternoon:   "A
wouiu   ue  ncii"v����.     -   ���-������ -- .
stood that there are men m the northeast who can shoot as straight as
any trooper who ever drew a breath.
      i   n   prn,t<   leader of the strikers,
b���rUnion;-said  this  aiternoon:   7* | Jj JJ^JJ*   not at _, dU,
general strike is gJgWfJ ������ ,^rbed by the fact that the wmpany
call it now were   t not to he 1ear^u a hundred carBp more or
that complications fm*fahtfen��ueunl^n    ess  than they did yesterday.   They
present  I   have  letters  <wmJJ-J  are doing lt at a terrible cost."
eaders   representing   six J���"}",,.     A jury ln the criminal court here
workers.    They  declare1  their  rea��       A W^ ^^ to convict an
mess and  desire to ��tr,k.eDnfn.a,J����   a,leged rioter, although he admitted
ment's notice.   You can depend uT-n  aUege        ^^
the    contract    r     ������---- lt.that at Sunday f .meeIt.lngn^��� |8  dared that the Jury's action was a
l^d^ WKlnSn (the n5n Strict)   voluntary miscarriage of Justice.
(Continued on rape Three). shot in
New    York, Feb.    25.-Bradstre*t's
State of Trade tomorrow will say:
Dominion of Canada-Montreal $36,
305,000, increase 10.8; Toronto $26,-
301,000, increase 6.3; Winnipeg $12.-
618,000, increase 30.4; Vancouver $7,-
916,000, Increase 65.4; Ottawa *���<.-
221,000, Increase 22.5; Quebec $1-
968,000, increase 29.3; Calgary $1-
985,000; increase 18.2; Halliax *i,-
442 000, increase 11.0; Hamilton IX,-
624',000, increase 24.0; St. John, N. B���
$1,335,000, Increase 12.5: Victoria $1,-
580,000, decrease 18.1; London, Ont.,
$1,063,000, increase 7.1; Edmonton
849,000, increase 20.9.	
Mrs. Curtis Is Dead.
Philadelphia, Feb. 25.���Mrs. Cyrus
H. K. Curtis, wife of the head of the
Curtis Publishing company, and the
first editor of the Ladles' Home Journal, died today. Death was due to
heart disease. She was fifty-eight
years old. ..
Mrs. Curtis became editor of tne
Ladles' Home Journal when that publication was started in 1863. She retired from the editorship six years
ittter.
San Francisco, Feb. 25.���Distressing proyerty is the cause of so many
Hindus coming to this country, says
Rajah Rao, who is on hts way from
Bombay to Boston to attend college
i there.
"That same poverty." declared Rao.
"Is  the   reason   why  you  never  see
.women among the Hindu immigrants.
They can not procure enough money
to pay their passage."
CANADIANS   BARRED   OUT.
Vessels from  This Country Can  Not
Use American Canals.
Ottawa, Feb.    25.���An    interesting
statement was made In the house yesterday  hy   liou.    A.  B.    Ayiesworth.
G.     H.   Perley   asked     if    Canadian
vessels had the right  to use the canals of New York state.    The reply
of the minister was as follows:
I    "By the treaty of Washington the
'government o��  the  United  States  is
engaged to urge upon the state governments  to   secure   to   British   subjects   the   'ise   of   the   several   stale
canals on terms ot equality with the
United States, but the government is
not  pware  that  such   provision  has,
up to the present time been productive of any practical result.   The mat
ter is of course not governed by C_-
nadain  legislation,  and  the    government is not in a position to answer
as to the legislation on the subject.
If any  there may  be,  in  New York
state.
Death of Miss Brennar.
Word has been received In the city
of the death at Sierra Madre, Cal.,
of Elizabeth Irene, daughter of T.
F. Brennan, of New Westminster.
The funeral will be held here, bat arrangements   are not   yet completed.
Partnership Dissolved.
The partnership hitherto existing
between Richard Dingle and J. Bnr-
nett, printers, has been dissolved by
mutual consent. Thc business will
be carried on by Mr. Dingle.
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of tbe
W. C. T. U. will be held in Queen's
Avenue Methodist church on Monday
afternoon, commencing at bait put
two o'clock.
League  Meeting  Monday.
On  Monday night  the Vaaoower
District Football league will bold ���
meeting In Vancouver. PAGE TWO.
THE DAILV NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRl.,
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<nj
;'f**
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTKU���AT ONCE, WAITRESS,
at Kenny's cafe.
WANTED���GIRL OR, WOMAN TO
assist In general housework. Apply 318 First street.    _________
WANTED ��� GIRL TO WORK IN
laundry. Apply Xew Method Laundry.
WANTED���A GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 239
Fourth street, and Third avenue.
WANTED���A SINGLE MAN FOR
for teamster and general ranch
work. Apply A. T. Ceperley, corner Pole line and Hastings road,
Burnaby lake.
WILL PAY A FAIR PRICE FOR
shingle bolts. See us at mill office
or at Room 0, Rank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.	
WANTED��� BY REFINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, at
moderate terras. Address P. A.,
23.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $26 and up. Nukin;, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C.
Phone 261. 	
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE OR S1X-H.00.MEIJ FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. V. Daily News.
The American Lord.
The opportunity to see Charles B.
Hanford is one which presents
. - ; su infrequently that it is not
to be lightly regarded. It has long
been Mr. Hanfords uesne tu portray
a simple citizen oi the Lulled Stales
wiui tne same artistic sincerity wmen
uc would oring iu ine interpretation
oi a loie from the classics. _ st-aicn
for a play which would give iiiui such
a subject brougnt io light "Tue American Lord," by George Ii. Broudhurst
and Charles T. Dazey. li is a drama
of action and sentiment in which comedy and thrilling interest mingle wit-
delicate pathos. The play had been
presented before ii came into Mr.
Hanford's hands aud scored a distinct
success with William H. Crane in the
leading role. The position of leading
woman in the cast will be filled by
Miss Marie Drofnah, whose large following will find her in a pan calculated to display ber varied and exceptional talents at the best. Au efficient company and time stage settings have been provided, ln accord
wiih the unswerving policy which
makes a Hanford production a revelation of stagecraft In all Its details.
Mr, Hanford appears In "The American Lord" at the Wi Btmlnster Opera
house on Thursday, March  3.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
and 32, a distance of one mile, thence
easl to the western boundary of District Lot 47. group '-'. New Westminster District, a distance of about 45
chains, thence north along the western boundary of District Lot 47, group
2, New Westminster District, to the
northwest corner of said Lot 47,
group 2. a distance of about four
chains, thence east along the northern boundary of District Lot 47. group
2. to *be western boundary of District Lot 366, sroup 2. New Westminster District, a distance of about
15 chains, thence north along the
westerlv boundary of said District
Lot 356, group 1. New Westminster
District, to the northwest corner of
the said District Lot 356, group 2.
New Westminster District, a distance
,of about 5fi 1-2 chains, thence west
ito the southwest corner of the south-
least quarter of Section 33, Township
16, a distance of about 20
chains, thence north to the
, southeast       corner       of District
Lot 49, group 2, a distance of
about 10 1-2 chains, thence west
alone the southern boundary of said
District. Lot 40, group 2, to the point
at commencement, a distance of
about 40 chains.
GEORGE  B.  CON'N'ER.
January 28, 1010. Locator.
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
ster, B. C, 'February 2, 1910.	
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
LOT���Must sell to gel cash, good lot
ln central location. Write 1860,
this paper.
$2000���Have $2000 which wish to invest in real estate property in city
near cut-off. Deal only with owner.
J. F.  1910, Daily  News.
JOSEPH   TRAVERS
Real  Estate and  Farm Properties, 76
Columbia St.    Phone 304.
HOUSE���Si ven-room   modern   house
on   car   line;   lot   -ill   cleared.     Price,
$2400,  $.7 10 i i -li and $20 per month.
HOUSE���Fh   -room   house,  lot   10  by
150;  all  i '.- arett,  a nd  close In.     Trice
?i 100,  one-thii d   ��� < sh,    balance   like
i rent.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrailj
located.   Possession  February.    Ap-
ply I'. O. Box 971, City-
FOR  SALE.
F^bTTATE^oTM^^
soda water fountain (1909 model)
u��id showcase, all in first-class condition. Apply J. P. Cash, Royal
''afe.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FIKX-
ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Eighth and  Ninth  streets.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FT finished rooms. Apply Dl? Fifth
avenue, near Tenth street.
All   boats   having  full   masts   must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
TENDERS).
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh street near B. C. E. It.
car sheds, in suite or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc.
Apply White, Shiles & Co.. 7 HI Co-
liimbia street.	
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE Office, on corner, two windows, ib sk,
etc. Price $20 per month in advance,Apply P. o. Box 338, city.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
18th February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's mails, on proposed eon-
tracts for four years, 14 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westminster Post 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 the conditions of
proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queensborough, and nt the office of the Post
Office  Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Posi Office Inspector.
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
i 'Pitt   River   Lumber  Company.   Linv
!lted."   having   applied   to   His   Excel
, lency, the Governor General in Council, for the approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
J and   booming   grounds   in   the   Pit!
! River, in the  District of New  West-
1 minster,   Province   of   British   Colum-
, bia,  having deposited  with  the  Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, plans of said  booms and
! booming   grounds,   together   with   a
'description   of   tlit   site   thereof,   and
j have   also   deposited   a   duplicate   oi
each ln the office of the Registrar of
; Deeds  for  the  said   District  of  New
Westminster,   In   which   District   said
works are proposed to be constructed,
ln accordance with the requirements
of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Waters
, Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated the 11th day of .Tannarv, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
I!ol si:���Seven-room   modern house
on   !-'.: th  avei ue,   with stable. Price
I on ea      tei ms.
HOI Sl'.'S     T.               .,:,.;.,   :,. houses
half a block  from  ear.    Price   ;-	
- >r   the   two;   i a  ..    tei ms.     'I Iii-   ij  a
-nan.
_J	
' LOTS���Two full-i lzed lot - on ci rm r
Price -;! 275, om -I hlrd cash, bah nee
six i nd   ��� welvc  months.
LOTS - Ta i   lots   all   ch   n n I   ln \
:'.-!i i and small bouse In Sapperton.
Price J icon, $500 , ash, b ilance six,
twi  ��� e and Big\ ;���   n months
i \\ e     nisi,   have  n   number  of   vacant
lots iu tlie We.i   laid on easy  terms,
Il   ,..111   be   to   .Miur   ailvan'i..e   to   see
ut before buying  elsewhere.
JOSEPH   TI'.M ERS
7H7   Columbia   51     Opp.   Tram   office
WILSON, COOK _ CO.
Northern   Crown   Bank  Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open  Evenings.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND  ACT.
LOST.
LOST-COLD WATCH, AMERICAN
Waltham, between Mel ��� nzi 's
drug store and postofflce corm r.
Suitable reward on returning same
to Daily News office,
FOUND.
POUND ��� 0\ ERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen'* avenue and Fourth street.
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.Ice station.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westtninstar.
Take notice thai thirty days after
date, j, Hamilton ('banners Cruik-
Bhank. of Bummerland, B. C, fanner,
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked H.
C. Cruikshank's northeast corner
post, set on tlie westerly boundary of
District Lot 47. group 2, New Westminster District, about four chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2. thence west. a distance of 45 chains to the section line
between sections 28 and 29, township lfi, thence south one mile, thence
east on0 mile, thence north to the
southern boundary of District Lot 48.
group 2, thence west to southwest
corner of said District Lot 48, group
2, thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2.
thence east, to the westerly boundary
of District Lot 47, group' 2, thence
north to the point of commencement.
H.  C. CRUTKSHANK.
January 29, ioio.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take  notice   that   John   Ferdinand
B ggs,   of   Nelson   Island,  oci upntio'
fai mi'i', intends  ,o apply  fi
sion   to   purchase   the   following   d -
scribed lands:
Commencing at a posi planted at
th�� southeast corner of Tit iber Lot
37341, ebon! one mile northeast of
h< ad of Billings Bi henc noi I h
���pi chains to or near smt II bike, th nc(
east 40 chains, tie .ice south 40
chains, thence wost 40 chaim to point
of commencement, containing lfil
acres  more  or  less.
JOHN   HSRDINAND BAOG
Name of App.M 'ant.
Dated at Nelson Island, li. C, December 29, 1909.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional.  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminster    Mining   Division    of
New   Westminster   District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   we,   I'itt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
; Free   Miner's  Certificate  No.  B30434,
intend 60 days from the date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvement  for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
; before  the  Issuance  of such  Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  this   14th   day of  December
A. D. 1909.
I'ITT  LAKE  PRICK AND   CEMEN1
CO., LTD.. E. J. FADER, Agent.
, Free Miner's Certificate No. B304:(5.
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice thai thirlv days after
date I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
of Matsqui, B. C��� Intend to apply
for a license to prospect for coai and
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at, a post marked L.
E. Cruickshank's southwest corner,
eet on the section line between townships 13 and 16, about, one mile south
of where said section line intersects
with tho southern houndary of District Lot 40, group 2, New Westminster District, thence east one mile,
ary of District Lot 64. group 2, Nr?w
Westminster District, a distance of
about 30 chains, thence west to the
6outhwost corner of said District Lot
64, group 2, a distance of about 14
chains, thence north to the southern
boundary of District Lot 403, group
2, a distance of about 31.50 chains,
thenco west, to the southwest corner
of District Lot 404, group 2, a distance of about 5!> chains, thence north
to tbe southeast corner of District
Lot 46, group 2, a distance of about
19.50 chains, thence west to the Bec-
Hon line between townships 13 nnd
16, a distance of about 10.45 chains,
thence south to (he point of commencement, a distance of about one
mile, and containing 465 acres more
or Ipsa
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH       CRTTCK-
STTANK,   Per   Alex.   Cruickshank,
Agent.
January *8, 1910.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminister.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Barbara Anderson, of New
Westminster, B. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to nrospect for coal
and petroleum under the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Barbara Anderson's northwest corner,
set at northeast corner of District
Lot 206, thence south one mile,
(hence east one-haif mile, thence
north one-half mile, thence east one-
half mile, thence north one-half mile,
thence west one mile to point of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDERSON,
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty daya after
date, I, George B. Conner, of Matsqui.
B. C.( intend to apply to Assistant
Commissioner of Lands, New Westminster District, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and
under the following land e:
Commencing at a post situated at
the southwest corner of District Lot
49, group 2, New Westminster District, and marked George B. Conner's
northwest, corner, thence south along
the section line between section 32
Re the west half of section 31 bloc't
5, North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214F, issued in
the name of J. A. L McAlpina, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall.
at the expiration of one- month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid obje tion be
made to me in writing. ���
C. s. KEITH.
Districi Registrar of Titles.
Li nd  Registi y i Ifflce, New W< Btmlnster, 11. C. January 27, 1910.
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
v Westminster, In the Province
ol British ( olumbla, deceased:
Notice is hereby given that till persons having any claims or demands
against the late Frederick Thrussell,
who died on or about the ""th day
of November, 1909, at the City oi
New Westminster, I.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 nnd
addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and statements of
their accounts, verified by statutory
declaration, and the nature of the
securities  (if any)  held by them.
And take notice that, after the 2Sth
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 notice, and that the said Harriett
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
the said assets or any part ther or
Dated this fifteenth (15th) day of
January, 1910.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
to  any  person   of  whose  claim    she
shall  not, then  have received  notice.
LOTS���Eight large lots ln Sapperton,
J2P0 each.
LOTS���Two fine lots CU Agues
street,  $1900  each.
HOUSE���Nice six-ioom house on
Royal avenue, $4660. Lot is worth
$3000.
HOUsi AND BARN���on Fourth
street, fully modern.    Price $3700,
BARN���ou Royal avenue, to rent.
$S per montli.
COTTAGE���On Tenth street $800,
$300 cash.
HOUSE���Eight-room house, Fourth
avenue, fully modern, lol 80 by 116.
$950  cash,  balance  lo suit,
LAND���Five acres Improved land
just across the bridge In South
Westminster, g iod houi e and barn;
$6100, cine-flfth cash.
SNAPS���-Three lots on Fourth street.
��� le red, plowed and fenced, $500
each, one-third cash.
FOR
SALE���Two
lots
on   T
w< ifth
Street,
near
Eon
th
ivenue
$!	
eac
i.
SNAP���Three huge lots on Hastings
road, all practically cleared, tram
line on either side. $376 will handle; all  these lots.
FOR   SALE���Block   of   154   feel   on
Sixtli  street car line by  130 feet, a
corner.    $475  will  handle this.
FOR SALE���Nice little cottage and
good barn, near tram line, $460
will handle this if taken at once.
FOR SALE���Good house on Tenth
avenui and tram line. $375 will
hand!    this.
FOR SALE���Large house of nine
room with nine lots, in Sapperton,
Ownf r -vlll  take your own  terms.
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace C. Crulckshajk'a northwest
corner, set at the southwest coraer
of District Lot 207, j��roup 2, New
Westminster District, thence south
one mile, thence east, one-half mile,
thence north one-half mile, thence
east one-half mile, thenoe north one-
half mile, thence west to the joint of
commencement, containing about
480 acres.
GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per G. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
L*ND  REGI8TRY  ACT.
Re Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of Lot 43,
Suburban Block 6   New Westminster blty.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Cer
tlficate of Title No. 4395F, Issued in
the name of Annie Brown, hag been
filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
nt the expiration ot one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof In a daily newspaper published In
tho City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
FOR S..I E���Vine acres at the junction of North and Clark roads. $375
an  acre.
FOR SALE���Eight acres In Burnaby,
(bn Hastings road, close to New
Westminster. $950 an acre. Terms
to suit you.
FOR SALE���Three ncres on a corner,
(Vie garden land on Lulu Island,
only $350 per aero.
We have a buyer for one to three
lots between Queen's park and Eighth
street and Fourth and Sixth avenues
���Must be market price and good
terms.
Have   a   buyer   for   two   lots   near
Sixth street car line, Burnaby.    Must
be market price and easy terms.
___ 1
WILSON, COOK & CO.
WATERFRONTAGE.
26 chains of waterfrontage,
main channel of Fraser.
Price $10 per waterfront foot.
Terms over three years. A
little cash will hande Hits
If taken at once.
1142 feet of waterfrontage, containing ony 11 1-2 acres, all
cleared, a house with all modern Improvements. Price
$20 per front, foot, Including
all Improvements. This property is In Westminster.
20 chains of waterfrontage.
Block contains f.4 acres, al-
Inost. cleared, and all fenced.
Has a house and is improved.
Owner    will take    $150   per
I   acre, only    requires a small
cash payment.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
WILSON,  COOK  & CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building, New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
LAST  WEEK  OF OUR
GREAT FEBRUARY
FURNIT
3 ALtL
llUNDREDS of people from New Westmin^
Tl and district have availed themselvesi of tif
opportunity afforded them of getting house fur-nil*
mgsat greatly reduced prices during our sale It
would astonish you to see the quantity at Ll
bought during our sale being stored for delivery in
March and April. It is difficult to put on paperd
the bargains offered, but it is sufficient to saythat
our sale lasts till the end of the month. Below
are a few of our attractions.
Feather Pillows
Guaranteed all pure feather, covered in neat art
tick, worth $3.00.   Special, per pair, $1.75
Babies' Cribs \
Both sides let down, all steel frame spring, brass
vases, mattress to fit.   Outfit complete, $8.75
Couches
Upholstered in red or green tapestry, 28 inches
wide, 6 feet long, fitted with good strong springs,
Four only, each $3.75
Red Lounges
Upholstered in tapestry, back let downi nd head^
folds over, making a bed four by six feet.   It's a
lounge by day and a bed by night.   Very special,
price, $9.75
Parlor   Rugs
We are not going to mention any price here, its
too good a thing to give away, but we wish to put
a flea in your ear. Come and see a manufacturers
stock at manufacturer's prices. 37 sold thi? month
so far. Don't wait until the sale is over, we can
put your selection aside with the rest.
Read Below
Heavy Linoleum, per square yard, 40c
Dresser and Stand, the pair, $10.50
Window shades, complete, each, 25c
Inlaid Linoleum (Nairn's Scotch), sq. yd., 85c
Dining Room Chairs, worth $1.50, each $1.00
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleanei.
We clean carpets on your floor for
5c per yard
but you must reserve a date.   There are onlj
few open days left in April.
For Furniture and Carpets in Future See
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C.
11- IrOAY, FEBRUARV 26,  1910.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Railway Bill
is One or Monday
If IT   HAS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
OP   THE   WHOLE   WEST
"Do
new f
Ma<
Bui
|t you
Out
| FIV
You
vou really think" one housewife will say to another "that this
iour emu be better than the flour we are us ng ? "
I im, mere It no doubt a'rout it.
there is |ntt one way you can I e convinced.   You must use
rself.
claims will not satisfy you, but we bf.ck up our claims in such
that you will lose nothing by trying Robin Hood,
grocer  will tell you auout our guarantee which jivtg you
back your money if you are not
satisfied.
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England's finances in their present high position.   Each hank
financial pillar of iis own country.  Thc Northern Crown Hank
,nk of western Canada pre-eminently���the   only   bank   with
in the west.    We want   the  business of the people of
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HIGHEST  CURRENT   RATES  OF   INTEREST   ON    SAVINGS    ACCOUNTS.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New Westminster.
Page One i
menl  oi the gov< <  grounds In
thi re is the sum ol  $25,000;
!'"' l!" construction ol a u      asvlum
isane al  Coquitlam there is
''' " ' ���''    ;"!  construction, repair and
maintenance of public schools thn ugh
   : "   I rovince th< re is the sum of
'  ��� ' I   which  $40,000  is  ci   dl-
the    provincial    no i ,,.1
in   v'ui couv( :   then    It     i  ed
I      sirens.   I    dges
in    Richmond    riding
'������' n I    ��� ' 1 $107 500  and
111  ^e  Skei na  dlstrl, |   ;, same
' re will be speni $150,	
Point Gn y roads will r Ivi $100,-
,"1"- The proposed bridge across the
Second   Narrow    of  Bu i   rd   In el   is
".' reci iw' '��� gram of i  50,1 ndi-
i on bridi is throughout
' ' ; ' theie will be spenl $349,-
"""'��� wharves (gei rally) will re-
ceivi   ;'-       tl ������,   of  roada
nprovements
to  P'inci   Ruperl   wi lerfront  $20	
For   the  construction   of   sewers     in
Prince  Ruperl   i
$25,000 is voti.'
Under the head of mlscellaiaeous ex-
pendltures, tl i i ,tal vole for which is
?649���450 ,ap iar the following
Items: Game protection, including sal-
��� and e .penses, $20,000; log scaling. Includl . ��� salaries and expenses,
$34,500; purchase of two launches
for log scalers, $8000; in aid of farmers' Institutes, $12,000; agricultural
associations, $50,000; fruit grow rs'
I ition, $2500; fruit exhibit! ms,
":': department of agriculture,
including inspection of orchards preservation of fruit, etc., $20,0 'I ; Dairymen's association $2500; poultry
slmws, $2500; Britis h Co imb; i stockbreeders, $2500; ' tperimental orchards, $10,000; destruction of
wolves, panthers, coyotes, etc., $25,-
000; forest protection, $75 000; in ."id
of provincial rifle as . lations, $250i ;
Societj for Preventloi of Cruelly to
Animals. $500; In aid r' communication with remote setth ments, Alert
baj to Klngcome inlet, $; 00; revision
of statutes. $10,000; commi^slen on
timber and forestry. $10,000 board
of investigation Water act, PO.000;
insurance and university comml stons
(each), $3000; purchase of launch fo:
use of boiler inspectors, $5000; taction of tramways, including salary and expenses of inspector, $2500;
contribution toward seawall at Victoria (conditimal), $20,000: miscellaneous. $30,000.
The legislature will also be asked
to vote the sum of $1,281,302. under
the head of supplementary estimates
for service ending March 31, 1910.
Tbe ��-ote is made up of items under
the heads of public debt, civil r<������" Ice
salaries, administration of iusticp
laries, and other than salaries),
legislation, maintenance of public institutions, hospitals nnd charities, ed-
itlon,   public   works   and   miscella-
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norms.
The house will be asked to pass a
vote  of  $79,671  on account  of sums
advanced to make good certain sums
expended  for the public service for j
the period which ended en March 81.
1909,  and  io indemnify  the    several j ��
officers and persons for making such | $
expenditures. 8
VALISES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with brass corners. Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to .$18.
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PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
| C H U R C H |
|SERVICES|
Sunday, February 27.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'ea-
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a. m. Mattes and ser-
Bennon at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at
2:1(0 p. m.; evensong and sermon at
7. p. m.
ST. ANDREWS PRBiBYTERUN-
K��v- J. S.  Henderson,    pastar.    8wr
I vices 11 a.m. aud    7    p.m.    Sabbat*
��c.vo��l    and    Bible    clang  2:30    p_.
Morning:    Communion service.    Eve-
ning:    "The True Christian service,
ST. STEPHEN'S PR_BBYT_KL_N
j ��� Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, MA, Pk
ID, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 |>. m. Morning. "A Gospel for
'all Mankind." Evening: "The Demands of Christ."
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Rev   C     W.    Brown,    pastor.      Ser-
I vices at  11 a.m.  ami 7 P.m.;  Sanaa)
school at 2:30 p. in.
BT. PAUL'S RBtORMED Il'lSCO-
r>A_���Kov   A. d��B. Owen, rector. %*r
-Lot at 11 am- ��"��� 7 V-m- U*lj C*m'
___w. Brit Sui�����7 ll tl���� -u"u ���'���
��r _��rnlm str��lr��, ITtyer n*4M*a
on Thursday at 7:80 p.m. Morning
"Teptlm's Knsliness." Kveiilng: I ��
third of a series of sermons on UW
Lord's  Prayer. l
CRYSTAL THEATRE���Rev. T. A.
Moore, general secretary of the
Lord's Day alliance, will speak at
3:30 p. m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���306 DlW
ham, Madison Wright, preacher Sunday services. 11 am. and 7 f m.
Week day aerrice, ��v*ry day at 3 pm
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street. Service every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Andrew
Grieve, pastor.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rot. A. P. Baker pastor. Servlcea 11 a.m. iW '
;rinP Sunday school at 2:30 ^m.
Mldw^k prayer meetlag ������TW,*?r
d,iy at 8 o'clock. Morning Rev Mr.
McEwen. of Vancouver, will .at**
In the morning. Evening. A *ive-
Room Cottage."
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BOOTS
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BOOTS
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MEN AND
BOYS
Men's $3 Fine Boots for $1.95
Men's $5.50 Drown Moose Hide
Waterproof Bluchers $3.60
Men's $8 High Cut Brown Waterproof Prospector   ..    $5.45
Men's  $fi  and  $7   15-lnch    top
Tan Moose Prospectors $4.50
Men.s
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Men's $5 and $6 Black 15-inch
,   top  Mule  Hide,  now   .,$3.95
300  Pairs  Mitt's  $3.50   and  $4
Bluchers for ....  $2.50, $2.95
Boys' Heavy Boots, sizes 1 to
,   5, for     $1'50
Women's  $4   Boots
.$2.95
Women's      $4.50      Waterproof
Bluchers       $3.45
Women's  $3  Fine  Boots..$1.95
Women's Strap House Slippers,
regular $1.50. now   95c
[Women's 90c Felt Slippers 35c
Girls'   Good     Strong     School
Boots, sizes 11 to 2, pair $1.25
Children's Boots, assorted kind,
regular  $1   lines for    50c
We Can Save You Dollars.     Don't Fail To Attend This Sale.
Watch For The Barrels
Johnston's
Big Shoe House
Colnmbia Street      New Westminster. B.C.
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THE DAILY NEWS,
SATURDAY,  FEBRm..,
w' 'tt 1
The DaHy News
Published by The Dally -News Publish-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
_, A. Paige Managing Directo-
The board of works should detail a
man to look after these and keep
them clear of mud. As the street is
at present, no one visiting the city
for the first time need be expected
here again���the main street is too
filthy to create anything but a bad
Impression
Society
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY  26,  1910.
TOWARDS DISARMAMENT.
Mrs.
again
April.
!���;.    Goulet    will
until    the    flrst
not    receive
.Monday    _i
Mid
years great thinkers
world  over have been
For many
publicists the
striving to establish an institution
that should serve the purpose of an
arbitration court to settle international disputes and avert the (ilead
arbitrament of war. As time has
worn on and civilisation has advanced, and has spread among nations
that were not so long since regarded
as barbarians, this glorious ideal has
attained somewhat nearer realisation.
But. even yet it is far from being actually realised. The movement dates
back to about 1840, when the founder
of (he American Peace Society. Mr.
W l.add. published his proposals for
the establishment of an international
tribunal. The project awakened a
good deal of interest and sympathy.
particularly in Great Britain
some of the European countries
Jt was not, however
sue convention of  1899  that
establish
and
until the Ha-
a body
of a judicial character was
ed. This was designated a Court of
arbitration Rut for many years its
existence and usefulness was eschewed bv the nations of the world.
Gradually, however, the Hague Tribunal has been able to prove its real
worth. To it were referred in succession, and amicably and satisfactorily arranged, the Pious Fund case, the
Venezula preferential payment case,
the Japanese House tax dispute, and
the dispute between Great Britain
and France in regard to the Muscat
treaty rights. Then too, it adjusted
the dispute between Norway and
Sweden ns to their maritime frontier, and the court has now before it
the dispute between Great Britain
and the United States and the difference between the United States and
Venezuela respecting the Orinoco
steamship affair.
Mr W. B. Hearst celebrated Christ-
mastide by proposing thai Great Britain, Germany, the United States,
Russia and Japan should form nn alliance for the purpose of preventing
war throughout the world, and incidentally of delivering humanity rrom
the curse of costly naval md military
Mr. Carnegie, who ' i :
a zealous worker in the
;are the scheme bis
the  American  Peace
A largely attended reception was
given at the residence of J. P. Mathers, Vancouver, on Wednesday evening, in honor of Chief Justice and
Mrs. Mathers, of Winnipeg, who are
visiting the coast. Mr. W. J. Mathers, brother of the chief jus;ice, and
Mrs. Mathers, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Kellington were among those wlio
attended from this city.
* *    *
On Friday evening of next week a
number of young men who were actively connected with the assembly
dances of a few years ago will give
a complimentary dance in St.
George's   hall.       Harpur's   orchestra
will be in attendance.
* *    *
Mrs.  Xewlands  of  Vancouver  was
the guest of .Mrs. Henry L. Kdmonds
on Monday.
* ��    *
Mrs. Frederick R. Glover was visiting friends in the city on -Monday.
* *    *
Miss Clute has returned to the
city from Victoria, where she has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. T.
Beecham Tye.
* *   *
Mrs. Henry L. Edmonds spent Friday in Vancouver, the guest of Mrs.
Dalton Marpole.
* ���   ���
Miss Weart, West Burnaby. has issued invitations for a tea on Wednesday next.
* *   *
Miss Jones has returned from the
country where she has been  visiting
her brother, Mr. A. Jones.
* ���    *
Miss Mowbray is entertainging this
afternoon in honor of Miss Clute.
* *    *
Mrs. Claude Holt returned to her
home in  Haney on  Thursdav.
Mrs. Thomas Meredith was the hostess at a most delightful tea given at
her lovely old home on Fifth avenue.
The  hostess  received  in  a beautiful
blue satin gown, and was assisted in
the   drawing   room   by   Mrs.   Charles
Gordon (Burnaby).   At the tea table,
which  was most  b ��� uitifully decorated with white carnations and smylax,
were Mis. A. J. Gordon (Vancouver), , f
Mrs. Drew, who poured for the first   j
few   hours,    then   were    relieved  hy '''
Mrs. A. J.  Hill and  Mrs. Dauphlnee.   j
The iees    being cut    by Mis. T.    K. II
Pearson.    The    Mackness    orchestra '
added much to the enjoyment of the
afternoon,   several    songs    by    Miss
Fournier   (Vancouver),     and     recitations  by   Miss   Burns,   the    talented
elocutionist  were also much enjoyed.
Master  Freddy  Meredith  opened   the
door  to  the    many guests.    Among
those  (.resent   were:     Mrs.  A. J.  Gordon (Vancouver), Miss Fournier (Vancouver),   Mrs.    Barnet.    Mrs.   T.    It.
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COMPANY, Ltd.
Clearing Lines
IN
WOOLLEN GLOVES
Ladies' and Children's Sizes at
Extremely Low Prices
Three Great Specials For Today
and Saturday
250 yards Standard Grade Tapestry   Carpets,   usually  sold
Special per yard      '        l '��.
 ���������55c
Fifty Wool Ingrata Squares, size 9 by 0.   Usual price *-(lll
and  Saturday            '   '%
 N.69
Three hundred  yards extra quality Velours, regular 80c   Tnri
Saturday  per  yard  ""'���M
 69c
An immense stock of Linoleums,   in   llrst  qualities only   m
carry no seconds.
Bring in your upholstery work now.
LP r^O   Furniture Empori
JL_i    I   ���      ******* Le-J's  Block, Columbia Street
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Phone 73.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
JJ_H_JB_'35^3? ��_?,���;<��
THE prolonged cold snap we are experiencing has
made us sort up our stock of warm gloves���not
a very large number perhaps���but a splendid assortment of colors and sizes. You can well afford an
extra pair for yourself or the children at these
tempting prices.
|   Holbrook Cafe 1
��� ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
���	
��� FIRST-CLASS  SERVICE.    BEST COOKING  IN THE CITY,   WHITE '
X COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED.
in white, black, navy, brown, car-
fancy mixtures. The lot to be
ie to 35c.   Special price, pair 25c
Children's Ringwood Glovi s
dinal and a large assortment of
cleared at one price.    Regular va
Ladies' Woollen Gloves, white, brown (fleece lined I .and fancy
mixtures, all sizes. Regular BOo and 7">c values. Special per
pair $ 35c
Women's Wrappers for 95c
A special offer of Print Wrappers, a wide range of colorings In
various designs. All sizes, full length. Regular \allies to $1.75, for
 95c
$7.50 Black Silk Waists for $4.50
A hig snap in Silk Waists, black only, tucked, strapped, and
button trimmed, in effective Resigns. Good range of sizes. Regular
$6. $0.50 and $7.50 values for $4.50
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
1    HOLBROOK CAFE J
I Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop.{|
ton. Mrs. T. Cliff, Mrs. .1. Leamy,
Mrs. G. O. M. Dockrill. Mrs. M. Sinclair, Mrs. Gordon (Burnaby), Miss
Armstrong, Mrs. H. ,T. A. Burnett,
Miss Barnet r, Mrs. Daupliinee
Miss Daupliinee, Mrs. Drew. Miss
Drew. Mrs. Seymour. Mrs. Beatty,
Mrs. Henry Kdmr.nds. Mrs. Hugh Gordon, Mrs. Wilson (Ottawa). Miss
Wilson. Mrs. W. W. Gordon, Mrs. .1.
C. Brown, Miss Brown. Miss Gertrude
Brown. Mrs. J. A. Hawkshaw, Mrs.
S. M. Hawkshaw (Matsqui), Mrs.
Blew i Burnaby i. Mrs. James Cunningham. Mrs. Rothwell, Mrs. Goulet.
Mrs. Manchester. Mrs. Frank Pearson. Mrs. Reid Mrs. Albert Hill, Mrs.
Annandale, Miss Annandale, Miss
Pine. Mrs. ,1. E. Phillips. Mrs. Keary,
Miss Keary, Miss    PIttendrigh, Mrs.
armaments.
always been
cause of p< ace,
blessing.    Now
Society has again  come to the front
urging that a definite move he made   Pearson. Mrs   J. A. Lee, Mrs. Gilley,
towluds the establishment of all dis-   1 Mrs.  Cotton.   Mi, ,  Cot-
pntes between na'i ins. The pi ;. Is
set forth at length in a pamphlet recently published by the society, of
which the author is Mr. J. L Tryon.
Reference is made to the valuable results already achieved by the Hague
tribunal, and it is contended that
even better results could be secured
by the establishment of a tribunal
that would have the character of a
court of law, A bench of able judges
would, it Is maintained, enjoy the
confidence of everf nation and would
practically remove the danger of any
refusal to accept its findings.
It is apparent that there might be
some difficulty in enforcing the award   D. S. Curtis and many others.
of such a court, ln case either of the
disputing   nations   should   decline   to
abide thereby.    But    of course   any ,
such   tribunal   as   this  must  possess
rirst that Strength which can only be
assured hy the selection of the highest and best  of jurists of the world,
and secondly the grace- and acceptance of Its findings by all nations. Behind  this  again  would,  however,  be
the potent influence of public opinion,
which  is today a  very  strong factor
in the world's progress.
Iu  regard  to  the   promotion  of  a
universal  peace the    United    States
government   would   seem  to   have  a
great opportunity to distinguish itself.
If President Taft is desirous of conferring a blessing upon humanity ht
has only to give his support to the
American Peace Society and continue
to success the   (negotiations    which
were commenced by Mr. Roosevelt for
the establishment of a Supreme Court
of International arbitration. i
A Blanket Special
soft
Fifteen pairs only of White Wool  Blankets, size CO by 78, extra
finish.    Today worth $5.00.     Special  for $3.75
ON   SALE   THIS   WEEK   ONLY.
Children's Golf Coats
A new lot just arrived, principally navy blue and cardinal, with
without belt attached.    All sizes.    From    $1.50
Wool Toques, 50c
Just the thing for coasting.   Keep the children comfortable while
they are enjoying themselves.    Regular 75c.    Now   50c
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���I   STATIONERY
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STO'K OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO    HAND.      PLEASE    LO IN
AND   EXAMINE  OUR  STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
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A   two  cent  decline
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FILTHY  CROSSINGS.
The condition of the crossings on
Columbia street during the past few
days has been little short of intolerable. Mud inches deep has to be
waded through ln order to cross the
street. The tearing up of the roadbed for street improvements is
partly responsible, Jupiter Pluvlus is
also an tcccssory, but the existing
conditions could be, if not removed,
at least bettered with an expenditure
of four or five dollars ln the laying
ot plunks at the different crossings.
���#���5
in the wholesale price of eggs was the feature of
a quiet market yesterday. Thirty-
three cents per dozen is all that the
wholesalers will now have to Pay for
their eggs, which is the lowest point
that has been reached for some
months.
Owing to the terrible state of most
of the country roads the attendance
of farmers was rather Blini and the
supply of most lines of produce was
far below the demand. All the stuff
that offered was quickly disposed of
at firm prices.
(There was only a small supply of
beef, but lamb, mutton, veal and pork
were fairly plentiful, and all sold
out at an early hour.     |
For poultry of all kinds there was a
first class demand but the supply In
all lines was very short. Ducks were
at a premium.
A fair supply of apples was all
sold, although the quality of those offering was rather poor. There was a
good supply of potatoes which all
changed hands at the prevailing
prices. A strong demand for young
live pigs was a feature of the day's
business.
Official   Quotations.
Beef,  hindquarters, per lb.  8c to 10c
Beef, forequarters, per lb 6c to 7c
Lamb,  per  lb 14c
Mutton, per lb 13c
Veal, large    lie to 12c
Veal, medium  9c to 10c
Pork,  medium, per Ib 12c
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen 33c
Eggs, retail, per dozen  40c
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Six-room two-story house in Sapperton. bath, W. C, basin, electric light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young frit trees, lot
cleared and fenced.   Owner has to leave town, so will take
$1 500
TERMS���Half cash, and balance as rent at $15 per month, or in
payments of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months at seven
per cent.
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
620 COLUMBIA ST.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS    AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor !
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Watches.
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
Butter, wholeasale, per lb 30o
Butter, retail, per lb 35c-
Fowl, per dozen   $8 to $10
Chickens, per dozen, live....$6 to $8
Broilers, per dozen    $5 to $6
Ducks, per dozen  i}15
Potatoes, per ton  $18 to $20
Onions,  per sack    $1.50
Turnips,  per  sack    60c
Carrots, per sack  60c
Beets, per sack   $1
Parsnips, per sack    75c
Cabbage,   per   sack    60c
Cauliflower, per head   5c
Apples, per box   $1.25 to $1.75
The Eastern market, will be held
on Thursday, March 24, and there win
be no market on the Friday following.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladtes from |12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and DJlgin
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors horn  Ceo. Adams, Groom
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
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Poultry Food
25c Per Package
Ryall's Drug Store j
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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LIST   YOUR PROPERTY  WITH
E. J. FADER
FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale city and suburban PrJPfjJs!
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timoei
TELEPHONE 295. sATU
RDAY, FEBRUARY 26,  1910,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTV_.
GORDONS
Dry Goods House
national    JACROSSE GROWIS
Finance Co.,   are now in order
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr. No-Reason Why Westminster
  Should Get Anything She
Real Estate,   Loans|    Wants, Says News-Ad.
and  Insurance
Surrey Acreage
320 Acres
ON TOWN   LINE  ROAD, $100 AN ACRE.    TERMS EA8Y.
Rajah  Silks
Shades of tan, sage blue,    navy),   taupe,   westerla.    36   inches
wide, extra heavy weight.    Price per yard  $1.00
The newest style In Suit Hats  for   Spring  wear   arc   now   on
view la the Millinery Department, second floor.
Curtis Blk., 657 Columbia St.
(Upstairs)
$5000
will buy two houses and two lots on
corner Fourth avenue and Third
street.    Good terms.
$4000
will buy 13 acres, subdivided into
one-acre, blocks on Chilliwack tram
line close to river, only $2000 required, balance easy.
Tne Fashion Centre
$900
cash will handle a block of five lots
on Seventh avenue facing river.
Price  $2600.
SNAP���$200 secures a lot on Seventh
avenue    near   Second    street.     Price
$500.
NEXT^TO CITYiHALL.
$2300
will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $800 cash required.
$1900
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
: will handle a modern twelve-room
house on Twelfth street, below
| Fourth avenue, including ONE-HALF
' ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
j Price $5250.
$5000
will buy a modern nine-room house
on lot 66 by 132, situated on Agnes
street, near First street. Only $1000
cash, balance one, two and three
years.
THE WHITE MOUSE
$500
A. J.  BIRTCH
61 7 Columbia Street.
cash will secure a well-built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
$1800
will buy an eight-room house near
Keary street, Sapperton. Only $600
cash required.
$1000
EDJaONDLlTATTON
14 Lots left out of 38
cash will hahdle a fully modern nine-
room house with cement foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
$2100
will buy FIVE LARGE LOTS with
small house, on Second street. Only
$800 cash required.
$3000
cash will handle six large lots, In
fruit, with modern eight-room house;
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
^Although .it will be a couple of
mouths before the air in this section
ofl British Columbia is sifted with lacrosse sticks, the News-Advertiser
has already got its hammer ready for
the annual summer's knocking, it
tried out the old weapon a little ou
Thursday when it proceeded to wade
into the New Westminster lacrosse
team for desiring to have two referees appointed to officiate at the
Minto cup games with Montreal.
Just    why    the    Montreal    bunch
should   get   a   belter   deal   man   lliev
dealt the News-Ad. does not attempt
to elucidate,  but anything that'New
I Westminster does is sufficient reason
j for   an   applicatiou   of   the   News-Ad.
| hammer.    When the cupholders went
after the cup they had to he content
with   the   referees   provided   by   the
I \wse men in tlie easl, and'it naturally
' follows   that   the   easterners   should
have  to  be  content  with   the  coast
product  to  look  after  the  games in
this neck of the woods.
lf there ls any good reason why an
eastern man should be given two
weeks holiday and a free trip across
the continent at the expense of coast
lacrosse followers the News would
like to know it. I
Westminster does not propose being in the B. Z. Mark class any
longer.
At the same time a local man is
not sought. Vancouver or Victoria
officials are wanted.
Then the News-Ad. is surprised at
the objection of the Salmon Bellies
to a longer schedule. "It means more
money," says the sport man, with au
insight not usually displayed by dope
writers. Tlie News-Ad. man seems to
forget that the Westminster lacrosse
players sometimes indulge in regular
employment and can not spend the
summer doing nothing bet playing
tlie national game.
"The champions know that someone else will benefit by a longer
schedule, and it's not their policy
to help the other fellow."
That's what the News-Ad says.
The longer or shorter schedule
Question will be discused at a meeting some time next week. The schedule may be longer than last year's,
but doubled���nay, nay.
Just look at the list of players Injured last year during tlie lacrosse
season, and then try and figure out
how many men would be left on the
Westminster team by the end of September. This city is not importing
isiinrts by the dozen, a la Con Jones,
and therefore has no big supply of
reserves to fall back upon after the
ambulance has taken its weekly load j
to the repair house.
A league schedule of fourteen
I games, which means seven in each
| city, is sufficient. Surely there will
i be excuse enough for trouble in four-
' teen games to suit, even the News-
: Ad's taste in that line.
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly. Come at once and get a
snap.
E. J.~FADER
Telephone 295
$
; will   buy   a   beautiful   ten-room   house
on   Third     avenue,     close   to     Sixth
| street:   lot   66x132.     Terms   one-third
, cash, balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
Tree Spray
$7000
T  -    -
cash will handle a three-story busi-
i ness block covering a lot 66x132.
E. j This property at the present time is
B | bringing  in  a   rental   of  about  $3500
per annum.   Price $35,000, easy terms.
terms.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
j.,^^^^1 RATES :
Room  $1   p*r day up. ^^m
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 and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be Kept on Ale
In our reading room.
CARLETON GILBERT, Mgr.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
"^TfELLOWS  NOTICE.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
clty- r,
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, ls-
sued In the name of William R��x"
burgh, has been n.ed in this office
Notice ls hereby given that I shau,
at. the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication
hereof In a daily newspaper published
1,1 the City of New Westminster,issue
;l duplicate of the said certificate, un-
'"s in the meantime valid objection
l,(' made to me in, writing.
C. 8. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Und Registry Office, New Westminster, B. a, February 11, 1910.
Royal City Lodge No. 3 and Amity
Lodge No. 27, I. 0. 0. P., will banquet Western Star Lodge No. 10 and
Pacific Lodge No; 26, I. 0. 0. F., of
Vancouver, on Monday evening, in
the Odd Fellows hall.
All Odd Fellows arc hereby risked I
to take notice and attend the tunc-
tion.
The Vancouver lodges will  confer
the first degree prior to the banquet.
By order of    THE COMMITTEE.
�� cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
f- north side, with unobstructed view of
I   Fraser river and gulf.   THESE LOTS
M ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
>and  were  last  year  planted  in  pota-
��� i toes.    Good  terms  can   be  arranged.
$3800
buys two full-sized lots centrally located on Agnes street, close to school
and churches; cleared, can be delivered for $3800 cash.
i 55 acres in Langley, near Murray's
'corner; V. W. _ Y. runs through
1 property, station on one corner. Price
$50 per acre.
Nine acres on Scott road, 3'/2 miles
! from  Fraser river bridge and within
a   stone's   throw   of   the   Chilliwack
tram line.    Price for a few days only
I $200  per  acre",   $600  cash  will    handle.
$1000
j secures lot 66x132 to lane, Royal  av-
lenue, near Tenth street. Price $2000.
Langley and Surrey Acreage
We have several choice pieces of
acreage on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
80 Acres
CORNER YALE AND JOHNSTON ROADS. NEW FIVE-ROOM
HOUSE, BARN, ETC. $80 AN ACRE. $2000 CASH, BALANCE ON
EASY  TERMS. ,
57 Acres
ON YALE ROAD, ALL SUBDIVIDED INTO TEN-ACRE BLOCKS.
$100 PER ACRE.
40 Acres
NEAR HJORTH ROAD, $100 PER ACRE.
All the above acreage is admirably adapted for
Subdividing.
We control some of the best water frontage on the
Fraser river. If you are looking for an Industrial
site, see us.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia ?>treet, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R8S Branch Office Phone L8S
>1
F. Lawrence Walker Announces the Engagement of
Charles  B.  Hanford
^   Miss Marie Drofnak
In a Modern Comedy
The American Lord
By George H. Broadkurst and Ckarles T. Dazey
i
THURSDAY   ���.:   MARCH 3rd
PRICES : Same as Vancouver and   Seattle, $1.50, $1.00,
75c and 50c.  Reserve Seats on sale at Ryall's.
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
WE NEED THE ROOM
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New we*^ * c
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Burnaby   Specials
Good terms.
NMIONMflNANttCO.,ld
N   H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Esiate-Loans-Insurance
SMOKER
Under the auspices of the
Young Conservative Association
a Smoking Concert will be held
ln the St. George's hall on Saturday evening, the 26th Inst., at
8 o'clock. A. number ot the up-
country members of the Provincial House will deliver short addresses. There will be a musical
program, and refresments will be
served. All friends of the Provincial Government are cordially
Invited to attend.
Young Conservative Club
J. SCHMERL, Secretary.
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they havt
��,VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
FRSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises invariably sue tor damages.
���REGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
l\      existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you 1 ong after tlie occurrence of the
{accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can H 1 afford to assume the risk of
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability. hL
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms ls
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO  go  to law   means loss  of  lime, money, endless annoyance and
\   worry. ***
VOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result ot accident unless you are Insured. i
NLY  Insurance  against such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability P ollcy  ln  the  Railway  Passen-
J   gers' Assurance Company you w 111 save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
0
Pkone 62
Tke Insurance Man"        657 Columbia St. I
.'-,'
r    PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 9.
'5, 1( ���
19in
$i*fi-*im_'
i s   l
Better than we Jo that monev t>roperly invested in Real
(mployea.
Estate Cannot be Letter Emt>l< J
_f^4K*i]-.'  -'jgfcgfcH,' i*Q-?
:��SFl
We Beb
and Teach That
TON
ii
Offers tne best return on invested capital and we are instructed
by the owners to offer you some really good lots with frontage on
UkVBBIA STREET
right in the very heart oi the district that will he wanted hy
STOREKEEPERS
PRICE $850   VERY EASY TERMS
This is really good.   Right on the Car line, and you will make
a serious mistake if you do not investigate this proposition.
���win
EXCLUSIVELY WITH
Welsh, Evans
"Hire��
SPECIALISTS in Sapperton Properties.    We can offer you property in every locality in this suburb
and will not turn down any reasonable offer
6 Guichon Block Over Annandale. Grocery Entrant McKenzie Street
Phcnc 512        New Westminster, B.C.        Phone 512
1*!
iljLK,  > ,
Ml, 11
^^^^^'%*J>����- ���> L SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 26,  1910.
APARTMENT    OF    MILITIA  .AND
DE DEFENSE, OTTAWA.
Sealed  tenders   tin   duplicate;   tor
I p supply of coal and fuol wood reined to heat the Military Buildings
Victoria,    Vancouver    and    N'ew
Westminster, B. C, for the year end-
ie March 31, 19H. w111 be received
n to Monday, March 14, next.    Each
render Is to be marked "Tender tor
puej" and addressed to the Secretary
, the Militia Council, Ottawa,
printed forms of tender containing
full particulars can be obtained from
he Secretary of the Militia Council,
Ottawa, or at the office of the  Dis-
n.i(.'t   Officer   Commanding,   Victoria,
who  will furnish all information re-
(iiiired.
l.;;ich (under must be accompanied
hy an  accepted  cheque, on  a  Canadian chartered bank,  payable  to the
order of the Honourable the Minister
0f Militia and  Defense,  for  five per
cenl   of   the   amount   of   the   tender.
ffhioh will be forfeited if the  party
piking the tender decline to sign a
contract when called upon to do so.
If   the   tender   be   not   accepted   the
ie  will  be returned.
Tbe Department  does not bind  it-
���plf in accept the lowest or any ten-
EUGENE FISKT,
Colonel.
Deputy  Minister  of  Militia  ami   Defense.    Ottawa. Feb. 4, 1010.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
The Boys' Suits shown here are
the most popular suits for boys' all-
round wear. The Single Breasted
"JAXON" SUIT with Bloomer Knickers is very popular this season. We
are showing a large range of these
in neat patterns at, the suit,
$3.50   $4.50   $5.50
$7.50 to $12
Good Boys' Clothes are a far beta
ter    investment    than    the    bargain
\_U
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWER  PIPE.
The Council is desirous of receiving
nders for the supply of Vitrified
,ivr Pipes.
Specifications, approximate   cruanti-
, and further information can be
italned from the City EJngineer,
All  tenders   must  be delivered  to
undersigned,   marked   "Tenders
Sewer Pipes," by 5 p. m. ol! Peb-
lary 21, 1910.
W. A. DUXCANA
City Clork.
Th,.  time for receiving above ten-
is has  been extended  to  the 2Sth
Bt, ai  5 p. 111.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
The Double Breasted
College SUIT
(as shown In the cut) is also one of
the new Spring designs. The patterns are adapted to Boys' Suits, and
the garments are cut and tailored
perfectly.
$4, $5, $7.50 to $12
We stand behind every Boys' Suit
we sell with a guarantee that it shall
do its duty.
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, and ready when >'ou need it,
and it will  be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent.
Interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80
In   Ontario
BRANCHES
,   Quebec   anj   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST
	
.$4,000,000
4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Graeey, Mgr.
I
B. C. Mills, Timber and i
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles. Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes���Large Stock||Plain^and
Fancy Glass
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.  |
Telpohone 12. New Westminster 1
l___i__a
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice, (hat thirty days after
date,  I.  Alexander Cruickshank, farmer, of Matsqui, B. C, intend to apply for a license to prospect tor coal
i petroleum on the following des-
Ibed lands:
1 ommenclng at a post   s |  at  the
southeast   corner  of   District   Lot   66,
,|i  L',  N'ew   Westminster  District,
I  marked  Alexander Cruickshank's
,ist  coiner;   thence wist   te tiie
section  of   the sectlnn    line be-
n  sections 31  and  32, township
with   the   southern     boundary   of
Id  Lot til. group 2, New West-
���< r District,    thence south    one
.   thence east  one mil.',  thence
'     one   niilv  to  the  polnl   of com-
. ment ami containing about 640
, -i.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 28, 1910,
EID & CO.
THE STORE   OE SATISFACTION
A 601   COLUMBIA   STREET
5ae��Baas*BDiac^��2aaB9��5_
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that 1. Elisabeth  Mc-
illoch Hell, of Vernon, 13. C, Intend
apply   for   a   license   to   prospect
r   oal and petroleum on the follow-
g described lands:
Commencing at a post  marked E.
Bell's southeast corner, set about
le mile south of the point where
e section line between Townships
I and if. Intersect with the southern
lundary  of  District Lot   46,  proup
Now Westminster district, thence
est one-half mile, thence north one
il". thence east one-haif mile to 'he
ilnt where the section line between
��� unships 13 and 16 Intersect with
te southern boundary of District Lot.
: group 2. New Westminster dls-
Ict, th*>no,> south to the point of
mmencoment. a distance of about
ie mile.
KI.IZARETII McCTLLOCH BELL.
January 28, if��io.
Per C.corpp B. Conner. Apt.
i CANADIAN PACIFIC Bank of Montreal
B.C. Coasts. Sailings
t-aaaaaaaaaaoa* *>��>**<? ���*�����������*
} SKATE
% at  the
I Pythian Rink
a ���
I HOURS:
��� Morning   10 to 12
a       Afternoon 2 to 5
��� Evening 7:30 to 10
���      	
% PRICES:
��� Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
a On   Saturdays,   10   to   12,      ���
��� all school children will be J
X furnished skatts for 10c. a
4 ���
<>���*���*>������***������������������������������������������������
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
p. burns & co.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
643  COLUMBIA STREET.
B. C.  COAST  SERVICE.
Central Meat Market
KSTAUL1SHED  KS17.
CAPITAL ��14,4UU,000.0n
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Urauchts   throughout   -'.'anada   and
Sailing from C. P. K- wharf, Van-   Newfoundland, and iu   London, Eng-
C��ToeVictoria-l:30 p  to   daily land' N*w Vork' cliicaeo and Spokane, j a>rn.r Eigktl. Bt. tn��   ��_t_ Amti
To Nanaimo���a p. m. dall); 11 p. m.   u- s- A., and Mexico City.   A general | PHONE no.
Monday. banking    business    transacted.      Let- j
To   Union   and   Comox���2    p.    m.   ters of Credit Issued,   available with 	
Tuesdays  and   Thursdays. correspondents  In    all   parts oi    the!
To Alaska and  Northern  B.     ,-11 THE  MEALg AT TH
p. iu. January 8, 15 and every follow-   WU"J- !
ing Saturday. Savings Bank Department���Deposits
To Chilliwack and points of call���   received In  sums of $1 and  upward.
8   a.   m.   Mondays.   Wednesdays  and   and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
sntium (present rate).
Totil  Assets over $168,000,OOu.OU.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNBR, Manager,
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then. too. a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 1A>-
Ccal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Fridays, from B.'C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster. B. C.
For further particulars call or ad-
dress ,
KD GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
Lytton Hotel
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ue the east half of section 88, block
A North range 6, Westminster, New
'estminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
lllllcate No. 92ir.F. issued In the name
of .1. A. L. McAlplne, has boon filed 1"
tliis ofiice.
Notice is hereby given that I s'lil"-
tn the expiration of one month irom
I he date of the first publication hereof in a dailv newspaper published I"
'he city of New Westminster, Issue ^
duplicate of tho said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
l>e made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land-Registry Offlce. New Westminster, R. C, January 27, 1910.
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  ln   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
^Canadian rami;;;,-; ; ~ackm;n: Modei sign Works
WiW     DMIWAVm     iKer   Wharf   for   Ladner,  8,0N, 8CENE AN0 0RNAMENTAL
^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ Westham ^Island and   wayi painting
Atlantic Express Leaves | Points at 2 o'clock, returning:
miauui iua|/i v i on the following: morning.
COPYRIGHT;
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, ls what
you need. We can tempt the palat��
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,  OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON BLOCK, MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
making direct connections for all
points In Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
or C. B. FOSTER, A.C.P.A. Vancouver
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
I   ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
""���oprletress, Mrs. M, Hominy
Estimates Given. Phone 587.
j. NEWSIMEI SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
114 Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue und Third streets.
NEW WTOITMINSTER       - li. C.
on the following morning,    j Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
W. RICH  j
Teaming and Ex-j"
pressing.        I
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE  R527
COAL
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
J08EPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 845
China
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'S
BIG  BOOK  STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Remember   this   when
you want anything in
these lines.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To lhe lions-��� etrlc Sad Iron is the greatest boon P08'
slble. No ie ���o lessened the   household   labor.    The  Electric
Sad Iron simple that a child can operate it; and it can be used
ln nny part of the house where there ls an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C. m
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL |7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .96.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.FLOUR AND FEEP MERCHANT8
FRONT STREET. New Westminster.
Telephone MS.
f fAUE  EIGHT.
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:-^v, FEBRUA.Y
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fWash Day
necessitates having the following i .  '.���!���".
WASHING   MACHINES
WASH TUBS
WASH   BOILERS
WRINGERS
WASH   BOARDS
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES LINES
PULLEYS.
If you are not supplied we can
supply you.
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Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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TENDERS|
You can get them     |
for putting in your    J
by ringing  up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
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The sewiii": society oi St. Peter's
cathedral will bold a r*eeting at the
residence of Mrs. J mes Wise, Royal
avenue, on Thursday afternoon _ext
from two to five o'oloi ...
For first-class cut nowers ana any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. R208. "
Th�� provincial pcl?Ot> were informed yesterday that the usual fortnightly Hindu row had taken place at the
Fraser River mills. Assault, robbery
and prevarication are the main features of the case. Yesterday Constables Gammon and Hutchison went
out to Millside to investigate, but did
not bring back anj prisoners. Tne
men accused will be r*i hand when
wanted, which will probably be about
next Tuesday.
Striking and original decorations of
excellent artistic merit, an Individual
treatment for each house. See I.
Hudson, Sixth street. ***
S. H. Farmer returned yesterday
afternoon from a two wpeks' trip ln
the North Thompson country.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
Rev. J. S. Henderson officiated at
a quiet wedding in St. Andrew's
manse yesterday evening, when David Gunn, of Ladner, and Miss Rachel
Hughes, also of Ladner. but until recently of Scotland, were made man
and wife. Tho bridesmaid was Mrs.
S. Finch, and the groom was supported by Samuel Finch. Mr. and Mrs.
Gunn will reside near Ladner, where
th�� groom owns a farm.
At a mBetlnt, held at the residence
of Mrs. C. E. Lewis. Agnes street,
yesterday afternoon, it was decided
that the sewing society of St. Mary's
hospital would meet and work in the
hospital   every   Friday   afternoon.
Call at The  Royal Cafe for lunc!
dinner or after theatre supper.        *
The services of the police were call
ed in yesterday to look after a sum I
hoy whose parents were unable to
keep him at home. The ycungstci
who is only about twelve years "I '.
was gathered in by Constable John
son and taken to the police station,
where he was later claimed by his
father.
&
kind,
or mat-
of  ten  to
More Salary
is obtained by those  wh i qualify  to
earn it.    A course in
Higher AccoHlfifi :r
Storftsad sad
Tone!) Typewriting
will   increase   your   salary   if   taken
at
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth  St.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, an ' shall be pleased to
me; t or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't a  Savings  Account
N'OW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve      5,700,000
Total  Assets     70,000,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
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BURNABY
4 1-2 Acres  close  to new carline,   one  acre
cleared and in cultivation, good new house, stable
���  and outbuildings,     B|
| $800 Per Acre
| Half Cash, balance to arrange.
W.    S.    ROSE, Ji6jColumbiaS^^
TELEPHONE 655.
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If you need furniture of any
linoleums, oil cloths, carpets
ting, at a saving to you
twenty-five per cent on your purchases, see W. lv Fales, Agnes
street. ***
A debate was held al Columbian
college yesterday afternoon between
the Matriculation an ! the Intermediate and Junior .dasst s combined, on
the subject, "Resolved, That a special
tax should bo levied on bachelors."
The affirmative, which was upheld
by Thomas A, Croft, R. H. Flood, and
F. A. Armstrong of the Matrics, secured a victory over the negative,
voiced hy Robert Braden, Daniel Donald and W. Weaver. The judges were
Prof. A. E. Hetherington. Rev. Mr.
Thompson, of Kelowna, and J. Leroy
Laidley.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at The Royal Cafe. **
Rev. Pr. McBwen, of Vancouver,
will preach in Olivet Baptist church
tomorrow morning. Mr. McKwen was
pastor of that church about six years
ago, preceding Rev. F W. Auvache,
who now holds a charge in the interior.
The entrance to the office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, is on
Sixth street. Take the main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe an '
first door to the left. Drop In > '-' ''
see the secret of the monoti.l.      ***
In chambers yesterday Judge Howay set the date of the trial of Mat-
takayama vs. Roebuck for M irch 18.
Several other applications of minor
importance were  dealt  with.
Pauline    Johnson.
Sapperton,  Tuesday
1.   -f>c and 50c.
Princess     hall,
evening,   March
In the county court yesterday the
case of Tutyens vs. Bernard was adjourned   to   March   14.
Clients with $2on,ono to invest in
business or semi-business property in
New Westminster ar,, desirous of
getting ln touch with owners. Address replies to P. O. Box 135, city. ���
my   new  stock  of
I.     Hudson     Sixth
Have  you  seen
wall     papers? ^H	
street. ***
For fresh Carnation--, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
A waitress ls wanted at once at
Kenny's cafe. ***
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Hand Lamps
(Complete)
, SPECIAL TODAY
EACH.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street;.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buys
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Blocl<, New Westminster
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
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!T H E      DAILY        NEWS
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven-room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT PAY  RENT.
F. J. Hart & Co: Ltd.
te
Are Filled With  The
Freshness of Spring
EVERY model is of rich design and is created in
a way that ensures it's place among tiie "ex.
elusive" blouses for Spring. Fancy white embroidered
effects and plain tailor mades���every style you mav
wish for, all planned by deft fingers.
These pretty models for the Spring season are
filled with newness, smartness, chicness. Filled with
superior style points that places them above the aver-
age display. The blouse section offers a wide chance
for choice just now and blouse wanters wishing to
see the style exponents for Spring should visit the
store now/ while the display is at it's best.
('tiiiiflm-
mTT
Fancy
White Blouses
$1.35 Each
SPECIAL     WAISTS   AT   A
SPECIAL    PRICE
A limited number only of
Fancy White Waists, made
with embroidered fronts, set
with heavy insertion and
tucks. Sleeves are full
length with pointed or
straight embroidered cuffs,
sizes ?,2 to 38.
On  Sale, each    $1.35
Fancy
Embroidered
Waists
$2.75   Each
Made entirely of all-over
embroidery in solid and eyelet design, new puff sleeve
with lace trimmed cuffs,
fancy collar. Sizes 84 to 14.
Specially  priced,  each   $2.75
Tailored
Shirt  Waists
$2.00   Each
Made   of   "Sh imro 1.  Linen."  with  tucl i I    nd
loped fronts, fat I
pearl or fancy blai       itl ��.-���.
linen collar and stiff c tffa
Sizes iii to 11 Inches.
Each   $2,oo
New Knitted Golf Jackets
The first  showing of th e new Spring Golf Jackets is here.   Xew  styles  popular    and    servlci
combining comfort and grac e.
Among the most noticeable are those with High Military Collars and belted hack, also vest collar effects with knitted pock ets and close fitting sleeves. Another new style is a simple knitted rest
for wearing under coats.
Shown  in   cardinal,  bro wn,  fawn, navy, grey,  reseda,  myrtle, cream and hlack.    Each
$2.50 to $4.75 Each
Rough Weave
Pongee Silks
Fashion reports all agree upon the
fact that these already popular rough
weave silks will meet with greater
favor this season than over before.
Dyers have overconi' I y difficulties and the new cokii s are perfect and the variety greater.
We Announce The Arrival
Of Our New Spring Showing
A complete range of shades In Copenhagen, Alice, deep sky light sky.
pink, old rose, wisteria, i . ive cream,
navy, reseda, myrtle, orown, pearl,
grey, taupe and black.
Per yard, 60c, 75 and 85c
15,000 Yards of
Wash Fabrics
Just cleared through customs, large
shipments of white und colored Wash
Fabrics.
Our Wash  Goods
Section
Is Just filling up with a wonderful
variety of New materials. We invite
you to visit this department and see
the new weaves and colorings.
W. S. COLLISTER
CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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