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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628  COLUMBIA   STREET.
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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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MOW WESTMINSTED, U. C, FRIDA Y MORNING, JANUARY  11, 1910.
K1V1 ����    NTS  PER COPY.
e IC80P YiLLDS m
SCV[R THE ESTIMATE
perestin^' Figures oi' Aere-
je Under Cultivation in
paskatchevvan.
QUESTION OF OWNERSHIP   !p
TO BE SETTLED IN COURT'L
Twenty-Five Acres of Land, Formerly
Part  of   Holmes   Estate,  Claimed
By Two  Parties.
DITOR TAYLO
ntl
-���le
Hnlpeg. Jan. 13.���Tiie final re-
_Xol the field crops in Saskatche-
���I&s complied by the bureau of
HlDatiou and statistics in the de-
ttent   of   iigrictilluri;,   are   as   fol-
JHifiat���Acreage     1,1185,000,     yjield
Pf5,0oi)   busels,   average   22.1   bush-
��� ��� .v&t
!jO��tB��� Acreage   2,2 III.Iiimi,   yield    1".",,-
BB.000, average 47.1.
Barley- -Acreage     21-t.uou,   yield   ",-
1,000;   average  32.1.
Max--Act cage.   31'.i.1mii;      yield.    1.-
,8,700;   average  13.'J.
These   llgures,  both   of  acreage  and
''yield, are somewhat  in excess of the
estimate  of  last   September,  made  at
th* close  of  cutting,  With  tile  cxcep-
__    ttoaj Of   barley,   the  average  yield  of
itOh   fell   two   bushels   per   acre   bo
Hhe estimate.
fOCCER PLAYERS NOT
- TO BE PROFESSIONALIZED
?sh
'. At a meeting of the Vancouver
branch of the n. c. a. a. r. last night
it Wa* decided to ask the provincial
Organisation not to professionalise
$ny Of the soccer players who are at
present signed with any of the trams
th&t come under the j 111 isdict ion of
the B. C. A. A. C. There has le en
���ome talk recently of weeding out
the professional men from the ranks
Of the teams on the first and second
division leagues, but the Vancouver
branch dm - noi want any sr,,-|i action
taken until the season is over which
Will   be  about   the   twt n'y-fourth    of
MAILCARRIER   LOSES
LIFE IN A BLIZZARD
!HED
I IN
BOB-
AINS
dow)
r 95c
i val-
$1.75
. val-
$2.50
val-
$3.95
pairs
in
me-
size;
$1.15
$1.35
11.80
Salt  Lake.  Utah,  Jan.   13.���Henry
ise,   ti  mallcarrier,   perished   from
ipure while attempting to take the
m Tropic, Garfield county, to
itch. on January 6, during D"��
worst   storms  of  the   winter.
left Tropic January 4 on horse-
leadlng a pack  animal  loaded |
il.    The mercury fell rapidly
�� wind  gained   terrible  force.
sctie  parties  went   out.     The
,   after   great   hardship,   found
sitting on his horse and hold-
le  bridle.    A  locked  mall  sack
far   him.     He   was   still   alive,
far   gone   that   lie   could   not
He   died   before   the   rescuers
i to Tropic.
lack horse, witli several sacks
has not been found.
of P. Lodge for Chilliwack.
^^inmber of Westminster Knights
:��f jgtl ias will journey to Chilliwack
todax for the purpose of instituting
a lodge of that order in the Valley
Cltjr. Several Vancouver Knights Will
ailO make the trip. Tile lodge will
hav�� a first membership of fifty-four,
: Slid Will tie the first of the order in
Chilliwack.
VENEZUELA   WILL   NOT
RECOGNISE   MINE   TRANSFER
Caracas, Jau.  13.���The Venezuelan
government   has   notified   the   representatives of the Pan American  Ore
company  that  lt  will  not recognise
the transfer of the rich Imataca mine,
in Which  Charles M.  Schwab is    believed to be Interested, to that company on the ground that the title to
Ihe property Is questioned. The pro-
jl signed hy William I. Buchanan
il  commissioner    from     the   United
Jtates. and this    country,    expressly
iprohibited     any   person   or     persons
JW0R1   taking   possession   of   tho   mine
,,,,  tiltil  the  title Is cleared.   Tt   was  the
V.'/Intent ion   of   the   Pan   American   Ore
���   OBBBpanv   to  begin   work   at   an   early
:.?pMe.
H-D FREEZES DYNAMITE
AND PREVENTS MURDER
A case of considerable Interest to
local men will come up in the uu-
preine court, in Vancouver iu the
com si' of a month or so. A suit has
been instituted iu the Vancouver
comts by J. B. Bralthwalte and T.
S. Craig against C. W. Gillanuers, executor ol the last wiii oi iuo iaie
William Holmes, of Sapperton. it Is
oi t iomIi in the plaintliis statement
of claim that in April, 190o, (-Inlanders
sold to them all oi Loi 1, Croup 1.
which was then owned by the estate.
i ne plaintiffs paid tne defendant $12,-
UU0 tor this property, which is situat-
ed in Sapperton, just outside the New
Westminster city limits. Braituwaite
and Craig tlvn subdivided .tie land,
about sixty-two acres in all, and which
they and the executor thought was
the whole of the propeny belonging
to the Holmes estate. The plaintiffs
tune since sold tnis land In five-acre
blocks.
it lias been recently discovered
that besides the land subdivided and
sold by the piaintifts, there is about
twenty-five acres of land in the same
vicinity, which appertains to the estate, although no one seemed to know
that it did at the time of the sale.
The plaintiffs claim that they purchased the whole of th<> estate aud so
are entitled to the ownership of the
twetiM " ��� ji .. Mr, Gil landers disputes :...' claim, stating that the sale
was put through at the rate of $200
per acre and the purchasers secured
all  the land  they  paid  for.
The property in dispute lias become
increased in value since the sale was
put through and Is probably now
worth in the neighborhood of $10.0(10
more. Davis. Marshall <fc McNeil are
acting for the plaintiffs and Wade,
Whealler <t McQuarrie for the defendant.
The property in question is probably one of the first settled spots in
the district, the late Mr. Holmes seeming it forty-five or fifty years ago,
and retaining it until he died in 1907.
C. S. Douglas Defeated by Majority of  235 Votes ���Alder-
manic Results Show Confidence in Old Council ���
Morley Elected Mayor in Victoria, P,anta
in Nanaimo, Robinson   in Kamloops.
Louis 1). Taylor defeated Mayor
Charles S. Douglas in the Vancouver
mayoralty contest lust night. The
fight was very close, Taylor winning
by a majority of only 235 in a total
vote of over 6000. Douglas secured a
large majority in Ward One, but the
suburbs went decidedly against him.
This is the second time that Taylor
has contested the mayoralty witli
Douglas, being defeated last year by
a small majority.
J. J. Findlay and II. A.
Park  conimissioners-
( .  Nelson,  A.   E.  Lees,
id Jon.
Edgett.
-W.   It.  Owen,
J.   Rogers, G.
Of CHARNEL FARM
Accomplice of Mrs. Belle
Guinness Describes Murders of Laporte Farm.
Taylor   Returns   Thanks.
Mr. Taylor awaited the result of I
the contest in The World office and
as soon as his election became reasonably certain, lie spoke to the large
crowd which had been waiting there
all  evening for the returns.
"Gentlemen," said the successful
candidate, "I thank you for electing
me mayor of Vancouver and I assure
you that when my term is up I will
i not be ashamed to run again. Gentlemen, this is tiie proudest, moment of
my life,"
A torch light procession escorted
Mr. Taylor to the city hall, where he
was given a rousing reception.
FOR MAYOR
tTotal Vote)
Taylor    2997
Douglas    27C2
ALDERMEN
Ward One.
James   Ramsay    S84
\v. w. Hepburn   821
r Ward   Two.
i Aid.   S.  ,T.  Crowe    7?,!)
1 W. P. Roberts    673
Ward Three.
Aid.   McTaggart    373
c. W. Enright   238
Ward  Four.
Ain,  McBride	
R. Macpherson 	
1 Ward   Five.
11. 11. Stevens   674
Aid. Whiteside   5r'"'
Ward Six.
James   White    736
Aid. McKechnie  627
The four school trustees were elected   In   the   order     named:     William
Clubb, George J. Dyke, W.  E. Flum-
erfelt. J. D. Breeze.
The two license commisdoners are:
NORTH VANCOUVER
FOR MAYOR.
Mayor   May	
D. G.  Dick   	
ALDERMEN
.McNeill   	
Irwin   	
Schulz  	
Sowiier    	
Walton    	
Sewer and water by-laws were
ried  by  large  majorities.t
FERRY  DIRECTORS
McNalr   	
Larson       	
Kickham   	
Wlllams  	
.417
.347
.460
.441)
.321
."290
.390
car-
BENEVOLENT SOCiCTK
liL Li
ECTED
.492
.426
.403
.410
.691
.662
Victoria.
Victoria, Jan. 13.���The election for
mayor today resulted as follows: A.
.1. .Morley, 1497; John A. Turner,
1489; \V. E. Oliver, 1031; Anton Henderson,   284.
Revelstoke.
Revelstoke, Jan.  13.���The municipal elections resulted as follows:
Mayor. Dr. J. Hamilton. 112 majority.
Aldermen, ward 1, E. Trimble and
H. P. McKinnon; ward 2, W. Bews
and F. McCarty; ward 3, W. Cowan
and   W.   O.   Abrahamson.
School trustees, Robert Tapping
and F. Young.
Nanaimo.
Nanaimo,  Jan.   13.���The   municipal
elections here  today  resulted as follows.
Mr.yor, A. E. Planta.
Aldermen, North ward. C, II. Leys-
t...   V.  Forrester. John  Shaw;   South
ward,  James  Watson.  James  Young,
Henry McRae;  middle ward   William
Bennett, F. A. Busty. E. Shakespeare.
Kamloops.
Kamloops.  Jan.   13.���The  following
are elected as the council th's year:
J. T. Robinson, mayor, acclamation.
Aldermen,  R.  Bayntun,  Owen  Nor-
ris, Frank    Rushton,    W. Hargraves
Thomas Rullman, H. M. Vasey.
Only New Man on Executive is Mayor
Lee,  Named   President  By  Virtue
of  His Office.
The annual meeting of the Benevolent society was held yesterday afternoon in the board ol trade room
in the city hall. The mayor of the
city is, by virtue of his ofiice, president of the Benevolent society, and
so J. A. Lee will preside at this year's
meetings. All the other last year's
Officers were elected without opposition. They are as follows: Vice-
president. Mrs. a. .1. Hill; treasurer,
Mrs. John Forrester; secretary, W. A.
Duncan.
The secretary read an encouraging
report of the work done during the
year and a short sketch Of the history
of the society. The report is given in
full below:
Secretary's  Report.
The first meeting of this society
was held at the city hall December
18, 1902, in response to a letter from
Mayor Keary addressed to the pastors
of the several congregations In the
city asking to have two ladies appointed from each congregation to
meet and consider the best way of
distributing relief to the poor of the
city.
The chair was taken hy the mayor,
and the citv clerk acted as secretary.
Eighteen ladies, representing nine
churches, attended.
It    was   decided   to   hold   monthly
ufioNisi- m.
3
f ERELY SCORED
���1
Powerfj .:; Speaker Declares
Day of Heaven's Vengeance
Against Landlords atHand
(Continued   on   Page Three),
BAD   MAN   MOT   DEAD
Report   of   Killing   of   Dutch     Henry
Was   Premature.
Moose Jaw, Jan. 13.���In regard to
the rumor that "Dutch Henry." the
notorious border outlaw, was shot by
a R. N. W. M. policeman In the south
country on Monday, the latest word
from Montana police headq.uar.ters at
Wood Mountain is that there is no
truth in the report. This opinion is
corroborated by settlers from that
district now In the city.
WHO STATEMENTS
MADE ABOUT CANADA
intity  of  Explosive   Placed   Under
'strikebreaker's Residence Fails
to Explode.
St. Louis, Jan. 13.���Ray Laniphere,
who died recently in the Indiana penitentiary at Michigan City, while serving a life term for complicity in the
murders on the farm of Mrs. Belle
Guinness, near Laporte, did not cany
the secrets of the Guinness charnel
farm to the tomb with him, according
to a copyrighted story In the Post
Dispatch today. When he believed he
was near death he confessed. The
confession was made to the Rev. Dr.
E. 'A. Schell, formerly pastor of the
Laporte Methodist church, and held
by him inviolate as a secret of the
confessional.
The Post Dispatch says Dr. Schell
could verify, if he would consent to
break the silence, the confession it
publishes. The Post Dispatch however
says the confession published today
was made to a man of unassailable
character. Laniphere, according to the
confession, had a guilty knowledge
of the murder of three men in the
Guinness home during the time he lived there, about eight months In 1907,
and he assisted Mrs. Guinness In disposing of the bodies of the three men.
Bach time a man was murdered, according to Lamphere, Mrs. Guinness
sent him to purchase chloroform.
Lien, one of the victims, was thought
by Lamphere to be the third husband
of Mrs. Guinness. At the time of the
Lamphere trial it was thought Jennie
Olson, whom Lamphere now says he
(Continued  on  Page  Six).
MAN WHO OPPOSES MARTIN (WILD BILE ENGINEERS
SAYS THINGS ARE SPLENDID
'Stormy   Petrel   of   B.  C."  May  Once
Again  Understand   How  a  Defeated   Candidate   Feels.
DOUBLE ESCAPE EROM JAIL
Former  Cowboy   Breaks   Out  of   His
Cell and Frees Fellow-Prisoner���
Both Escape.
London, Jan. 13.���Discussing the
situation in East St. Pancras today,
Mr. Preston, the Conservative candidate, who is opposing Joseph Martin
in that constituency, said things are
going splendidly. "Of course," said
Mr. Preston "the majority at the last
election was 1800 against us, but prospects are becoming increasingly hopeful every day."
London, Jan, 13.���Writing to E.
Parks, the Unionist candidate in
Central Birmingham, Mrs. Joseph
Chamberlain, on her husband's behalf, says that Mr. Chamberlain is
much interested to hear of the progress of tariff reform in the constituency which confirms his own impression that the Unionists ought to win
a number of seats in the district and
throughout the country.
The selection of grand and petit
jurors for the next assizes will be
made at the provincial court house
this afternoon.
Cost of Living in England
and in Dominion Used as
Campaign Argument.
New York, Jan. 13.-A remarkable
double escape by means of jawed
bars and severed chains was eHectea
today from Castle William, on Governor's island. William McLaughlin
a former cowboy known as Wild WW.
and now a private waiting court martial is believed to have engineered
the break from the military prison.
He took with him Charles R. ��<��e.
who was serving a five-year term
Three bars in Dale's cell in the up-
ner   corridor   were   cleanly     severed
ES   were  bent  inward     Downstain
I McLaughlin's cell bars had been cut
land bent outward, Indicating tha   the
I latter had first broken loose and ireea
Dale. On the floor of Dale's cell was
i the Iron ball that had shackled him,
the chain having been filed through.
A gang of men will start work.today grading the lower end of Coluni
bia street to get it into shape to lay
Hassan pavement. The surface dirt
will be removed but no blocks will he
laid until all danger of frost is over-
Wolverhampton, Jan. 13.���The Liberals, from Premier Asquith down,
venture wild estmates as to cost of
living in Canada, and make the estimates stick. A Liberal on the train
said that the working men were as
well off on six dollars a week in England as he was on twenty dollars a
week in Canada.
Eggs are four cents each in Woi-
veihampton and milk eight cents a
quart.
Before a meeting of six thousand
people, and all cheering, Hon. Alfred
Lyttelton spoke in glowing terms of
Canada, and the unanimous gathering
cheered every mention of the Dominion.
Dirty Politics.
Canadians who think there are no
dirty politics In England should hear
Mr. Hickman explaining that the Liberals lied about him in a statement
that he retired from the army on a
fat pension, because he was afraid of
a German Invasion. Mr. Hickman retired into his family firm of wealthy
manufacturers and gave up his right
to a pension so that he could remain
on the active list.
Rugby, Jan. 13.���A huge crowd w:ts
waiting tonight on the streets in a
snow storm for the opening of the
doors which would let them In to hear
Dr. John Clilford, the great Baptist
divine.
Dr. Clifford la one of the big forces
in English politics and perhaps U
greater platform speaker than either
Mr. Asquith or Mr. Balfour. He is a
trail old man. and his voice is not
poweitul, but flashes of humor and
sarcasm relieve the solemnity ot his
d. i |. and pathetic eloquer.ee.
A   Uangerous   Adversary.
Dr. Clifford is a dangerous adversary for Unionists. He lias all the effectiveness of a demagogue without
a demagogue's infirmities of ignorance and insincerity. The audience,
which consisted exclusively of working people, followed Dr. Clifford's anathemas of the lords with the wildest,
enthusiasm. He could have heated
the furnaces of denunciation seven-
told without getting the fires hot
enough to suit, his hearers, who hooted Lord Roseberry and groaned at
the names of Curzon and Lansdowne.
Dr. Clifford said that the budget
put a tax on land that was able to
bear it and that the tax should have
been put there twenty-five years ago.
Uses   Hot   Language.
The speaker called Lord Curzon
an Oriental potentiate, Lord Nelson
a pensioner, nnd Marl Roseberry a
traitor to the noblest, ideals of a
splendid youth. He moved his hearers
almost to tears by his description of
men and women singing doxologiea
of praise to God for blessing the
country who gave old age pensions
instead of leaving the aged to die in
the  workhouse.
Lloyd-George  Religious.
Dr. Clifford, who has been the intimate friend of Chancellor Lloyd-
George for twenty years, said that
Lloyd-George was the mosi profoundly
religious man in the government since
the time of Gladstone. He mimed the
Carlton club, "a London public house"
and held the Unionists up to execration as being slaves of drink and traffic.
Burden Can  Be Borne.
At Rugby, the Liberal candidate.
Lord Clonnel, an Irish earl, told his
hearers that th..j budget placed the
burden "on backs that were able to
bear it and not on the shoulder*
greased with the sweat of carrying
the burden of dally toil to and from
the workshop." The argument had a
peculiar sound, inasmuch as the audience was made up of comfortable and
well fed men and women in dress and
appearance not unlike an audience !���
smaller factory cities of Ontario.
A Canadian gains a truer Idea of
forces which the budget brings Into
battle against tariff reform when he
listens to Dr. Clifford preaching a
crusade against tile Unionists and.
proclaiming the election as the great
and terrible day of the Lord ��w
Heaven's vengeance against the landlords of England.
TEUTON TAIIORS IN
HARD LUCK IN WINNIPEG
Jfoungstown, Ohio, Jan. 13���Twen-
fsticks of dynamite were found lust
kht by officers In  the doorway of
Sin    Shaffer's    store,    Anstruther,
kere two dynamiting outrages have
icurred in the past two months. The
Ips set to ditcarge the dynamite ex-
ioded  but the dyuamlte was frozen
Id failed to go off.
IA  strike-breaker    named  Coy    re-
aes above the store and three other
j-lke-breakers board with him. The
Alice   believe   the   preparations    to
Lw up the place were directed at
Bese men.
������������������������������������������������������J
fli   Former Minister Critically  III. ���
Montreal.    Jan).     13.���Hon. ���
 1- ���    A. R. Angers, former Lieuten- ���
W%   ant-Governor  of   the   province ���
of Quebec and former minister w
in  the Tupper government, is *
critically 111 at his home here. W
He Is 70 years old. *
���������������������������������������������������������
Mondell Bill Will Pass.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 13.���The
Mondell bill, which is intended to
unlock the gates to the conserved
coal domain by permitting agricultural entries on coal lands in the
United States, was practically agreed
to the House Committee on public
landB today. An estimate by Chairman Mondell, of the committee, estimates that there are 70,000,000 acres
of coal. The bill does not apply to
Alaska.
NEW YORK WANTS
WORLD'S  FAIR  IN   1913
New York, Jan. 13.���Plans for a
world's fair, to be held In New York
city in 1913, have been launched here.
The 'proposed exhibition will commemorate the three hundredth anniversary of the settlement of Manhattan Island. The promoters of the enterprise have effected a preliminary
organization and have taken out articles of incorporation. No site for
the fair has yet been chosen.
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Agreement Is Reached.
* Victoria Jan 13.���Negotiations have been con-
1 eluded between the Canadian Northern Railway and !;
| the McBride Government. Messrs. Mackenzie and j |
X Mann will leave the city tonight.    Details will not J;
��� be made known until the bringing in of the bill in ! '>
the legislature.
A clause in the proposed contract provides that
the construction of the line in British Columbia must < '>
begin within ninety days of the passage of the rati- j;
fication measure by the Provincial Legislature but \;
actual work will probably be started long before !!
that period expires. ; j
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KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS
OFFICERS   ARE   INSTALLED
Granite Lodge, No. 16, K. of P., installed officers for the current term
yesterday evening. District Organizer C. G. Evans, Grand Prelate Smith-
eringale and Grand Master at Arms
McDonald officiating. The officers installed were Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor,
P. C; W. T. Cooksley, C. C; A. E.
Mann, V. C; J. J. Mahoney, Prelate;
Mr. Tedford, M. of W.; A. McDonald,
K. of R. and S.; A. H. Ferguson, M.
of F.; F. R. Maxwell, M. of E.; George
T. Reid, M. at A.; Thomas Hem-
brough, I. G.-, Fred Mcintosh, O. G.
Thomas Hembrough was elected a
grand lodge representative for the
next two years.
The installing and Installed officers
were entertained to dinner at the Russell hotel.
EDMONTON HAS FINE
BUFFALO HEAD SPECIMEN
Sextette   of   Snips   Seeks   Assistance
From   Immigration   Officers���No
Money, No Work.
Winnipeg. Jan. 13.���Six young Germane who have been working as Journeymen tailors In Toronto appealed
to Joseph Burke, provincial immigration officer, this morning for assistance and redress, explanlng tfcat
they had been brought to Winnipeg
under false pretenses and could ant
get work.
It was ascertained that they had
given up their work in Toronto a��d
signed contracts to work for a Winnipeg firm, but on arrival here abort
a week ago they found that there
was no work for them, and they bawe
spent all their small savings on board
and lodging In the meantime. Now
they are penniless and haye no prea-
pects of immediate employment T*ey
appeal for work or transportation to
Toronto and are getting legal advice
today.
Edmcnton, Jan. 13.���A magnificent
specimen of buffalo head, pronounced
one of the finest yet secured in Canada is it the shop of Brewster &
Wolf, taxidermists, of Second street.
The head is that of the buffalo killed
last week at Elk Park, Lamont, by
E. Carey, owing to ft having a broken
hip. The animal was fourteen years
old and weighed 1400 pounds. The
head was purchased for $350 from
.Howard Douglas, superintendent of
national parks, by Richard Secord, of
this city.
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��� ���
4) Disagrees With Borden.
��� London. Jan.  13.���The  Pall   ���
��� Mall Gazette, referring to Car  ���
��� nada's  proposition  to provide  ���
��� five cruisers and six destroyers  ���
��� does not agree with R. L. Bor-  ���
��� den that the contribution would  ���
*>   be too much for an experiment.  ���
��� ���
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1| PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY
I
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED���GOOD     DINING     ROOM
girl at once.    Applj   Guichon Hotel.
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SIX-ROOMED   FURN1SH-
ed house, veini..1 location.  Full particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers mid dyers, 315 Columbia Btreet,
phone  R27S-   The  place  where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���noi pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
WANTKD���COMFORT.VllLi:
by single gentleman in
family. Box ,SS Daily News
ROOM
private
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING.  FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.      Begbie St.,
opp,  Windsor  Hotel.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition. Write Miss F. N,, care
of Daily News. 	
FURNITURE
j\V. I-:. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
coniei- Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone Hi!, night call 81,
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���FIRST-0LA8S PIANO
(Nordheimer); Bnap for cash at 703
Agnes Btreet. 298-10
TOR SALE���WHA'J OFFERS? LOTS
15, lt:, l," and is, Lot l. Suburban
Block 12. This property i.. one
block from t lain Vancouver carline
and two minutes ear ride from city
centre. Address I'. L. BaiTOW, Ash-
croft,   li.   C.
FOR BALE���FURNITURE Oi SIX-
roomed house, in good condition.
Also Nordheimer i lano in fit bi
class condition. Applj To;; Agnes
street.
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS,
$f>o cash, secures l l-l acres of
partly chared land In Sapperton.
Address, owner. Hon \>22. City,
GROCERY.
TOR TI!K BEST VALUE IN GRO
cedes, phone ;;sii. Tie Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. ,:o\ si1
LIVERY   ST<\BLi
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AM)
smarl turnout. The Fa: Uion Sta
hies. 	
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     V,
Guicl'.on block.     P. O. Box 094.
 _ , __
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND !
Typewriting; copy work, business !
letters, etc. Province 01ilc��, Co i
lumbia street.     Phone 62.
TAILORS.
CALVIN,  LADIES'  AND  MEN'S  fli ]
loring.      A new    line    of fall suit.
Ing jusi iu.     Button making, press- j
ing and repairing.      Room 9, Smith
block.    Entrances G25 Columbia st. j
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R.r>0S.
AMBASSADORS CHANGE.
Italian Government  Makes Numerous
Transfers.
Rome, Jan. 13.���King Victor Emmanuel today signed a decree transferring Baron .Mayor DesPlances, the
Italian ambassador at Washington, to
Constantinople, and appointing the
Marquis Cusani-Confalllonerri, for the
past three years minister to Switzerland, to the United States ambassr-
adorshlp. The decree also recalls
Count Gallini from Paris and transfers the Marquis San Guilliano from
London to the Paris post. The Marquis Imperiali, ambassador to Turkey,
has been appointed to that post for
Great Britain.
MEN'S FEET GROWING
SAYS  SHOE   EXPERT
make applications for these lands,,
Which were later sold to the speculators for small .sums.
Heney declared the prosecution
would prove that Herrmann entered
into a conspiracy with Franklin Mays,
W. N. Jones and others lo assist them
in tin1 creation of a forest reserve In
southeastern Oregon, the reserve to
include 49,680 acres of school lands
which were later to be seemed by
Mays and Jones from men who were
to bo paid from fifty cents to Ave
dollars each to sign applications for
the lands in blank. The net profit expected by Mays and Jones was, Heney
said, about $600.1)00.
Day is Named Tr��.
New Haven, Jan, i:i .>
eley Day, of the NewYonft
of 1907, was chosen ti ���     "''
university  -'by   the   ,   ,,.
machine: WORKS.
HE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw anl shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
FOR   RENT.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
LOST.
LOST���ON THE 10TH INST., A
small green enamel watch with
gent's leather guard attached, Reward If brought to K. Buckley, c|o
W. S. Colllster & Co.
LOST���W'HUTE POINTER PUP,
few black markings. Finder kindly
return to ll. B. [Wellington, 223
Queen's avenue.  Reward
FOUND.
FOUND���SMALL HANDSAW, OWN-
er can obtain same by applying at
the Police Station.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   70.    COLUil- I
ibia    street.        Fins-class     moving
pictures;   illustrated  songs;   numer- I
ous attractions.      Program changed j
Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING J
Co., bank, office and store littings,
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estl
mates furnished. .1. Brookes, pro
prietor. Work-: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251. I'hom
���173.
Brockton, Mass., Jan. 13.���A local
expert asserts that men's feet are
larger than they used to be, and that
there is evidence of this in the increased demand for the larger sizes
in shoes, moro eigtlis and nines being
made than ever before, with a jun
on sizes even larger.
"The   demand   is     being    felt     for
twelves,  and   from   that   anywhere  up,
to fifteens,"  says  this authority.
HENEY HOPES TO
SHOW HERMANN'S GUILT
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstom s, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columhla   street    New  Westminster.
MUSIC.
I MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus. Bac. Oxon,. teacher of
music singing and harmony.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &   CO.
Real Estate and Insurant e Agents���
City, farm and Bumirban property,
260 Columbia street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   plione  3S4.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch ot clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New Westminster.
FRATERNAL   SOCIE.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular met ting of this  lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carn.ir
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, .las. Ferguson, nohh
��� rand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE NO. "
���Meetings the firsta nil third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. IT. W. hall. Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, iu the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
Portland, Jan. in.���Francis J.  Heney, in  opening  the  prosecution  of
Ringer Hermann today, told the jury
that the prosecution expected to
prove that in 1901, when Herrmann
was commissioner of the general land
ofiice at Washington, it was known
in Oregon that timber speculators obtaining advance information on lands
to be included in proposed forest reserves were gettim; many persons to
AT THE HOTELS.
Ruessell.
W. F. Banhuin, Seattle.
Joseph Leibly, Seattle.
W.   M.  (i.  O'N'eil,   Vancouver.
J. R. Waldo, Vancouver.
.1. F. Cameron, llar\ is.
J. E. MulkT, Victoria.
E. B. Parkinson, Vancouver.
ll. s. Griffith, Victoral,
J. W. Crawford,  Vancouver.
A. w. Elliott, Vancouver,
W, A. Laldlaw, Vancouver.
Windsor.
,l. W. Klrschbaum, Toronto,
J. D. Kennev, Hon Accord .
Wm. McClellan, Radnor.
W. a. Cockburn, Belllngham.
W.  Mason.  Everett.
Mrs. J. .1   Hud llestone, Port Kells.
Mr.  and   Mrs.  J.   Nash.  Langley.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send vmi
free a cake of their famous Plantol
toilet   soap, if   you mention  this paper.
afternoon.
WHEN GOING EAsI
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TtJ SEND YOU J
"THE NORTHWESTERN J
Eight Trains  Everj   Day in -
BETW EEN
Minneapolis, St. P^
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OP F.\.,;.
I'HE        NOKTH-W ESTERN,
Embodies ihe newi      ,..;
for   COMFORT, CONVENES
LUXURY.      li  Is   t.       i
electricity and ga ,
ly Illuminated train in the ,
equipment cons! I
ment cars, stand ird
ers,     luxurious   din :,
chair cars  (sea-1 |
(���(.aches  and hulT"t,  llbl    .     I
IUS i-m.
For  Time   Tabh
further information i      on -.
p. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Sew
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OF   EACLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday-
evening at 8 p.m. lu the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schoiield, Becro
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of tlte Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of F.
hall.      Chief, \Y. Sutherland.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. o.  Box 795.     	
II. .1.   \    BURNETT, AUDI rOH  AND
Accountant.     Tel.   R  128.    Keen   7.
Westminster Trust   Block,
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson   street    (behind    Burr block).
Furniture  mad.'  and  repaired.  Mission furniture  in  Br nnd oak.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your Iocmi tuner. W E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L616.
I. O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will lie made welcome. 0. E. Gilley
N. C; C. E Osborne, P Q, recording secretary
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Plione 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block. Sixtli  street.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND  QUT-I
ter cleaning.      1). McKlroy, Tel. 100
DRESSMAKING,
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night      Opposite tram otlice.
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and till kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
otlice.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
tars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUAUKlE
(F C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 12 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phono lin. Vancouver offices,
R001113 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY
NEWS
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand Trunk Pacific Branch
Lines Company will apply to the
Parliament of Canada, at its present
session for an Act further amending
the Act Incorporating the Compai y,
chapter 99 of the Statutes of 1906, as
amended bj statute 86 ol the Statutes
of 1909 bj authorizing the construe-
lion of the following additional lines
of railway: ���
(1) From a point on the Western
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway between the ea��l limit ol
of Range 12 and the West limit of
Range 17, west oi the third meridian
thence in a southwesterly and westerly direction to a point In the vicinity of Calgary, or to a point on the
line which the Company is authorized under paragraph 14 of clause n
of said chapter 'ju to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (i) between the east limit of Range 2n and
the wist limit ot Range 28, west of
the third meridian, thence In an easterly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint In the vicinity
thereof.
(3) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (2) between the east limit of Range 21 and
the west limit ol Range 27, west of
Jhe second meridian lo Moose Jaw,
of to a point In the vicinity thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway between Arfiand and Wain-
wrlght, thence In an easterly and
���outneaaterly direction to a point on
the line which the company is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause 11 of
fwid chapter 'J'j, to be constructed to
Uattleford.
(fit From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence In a south-
wesertly and westerly direction to
Lethbrldge or to a point in the vicin
ity of Lethbrldge on the line which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
j of clause 11 of said chapter 99, auth-
j orized to construct from Calgary to
the southern boundary of the province of Alberta at or near Coutts,
mi    From a point on the main line
; of   the   Western     Division      between
Moose   Lake   nnd   Tete   Jaune   Cache,
thence through the drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
Si ion ami Anderson Lakes and the
| Lillooet River or the Squamlsh River
| or   between   the   last   two   rivers   to
Vancouver, British Columbia authorizing an issue of bonds te the extent
! of $30���000 a mile of the said lines ot
railway, numbered   (1)  to  ir,) Inclusive and   comprising    the  said    lines
within   what  are  defined  bv   the  said
Act as the "Manitoba,  Saskatchewan
| and Alberta Extensions";  authorizing
I an   issue   of   bonds   to   the   extent   of
$60,000 a mile of the said line of rall-
j way   numbered   (f>)   and   comprising
the said  line within  what is defined
j by the said Act as the "British Colombia  Extensions;" and nlso amend-
\ ina paragraph 11 of clause il of the
' said Act. as regards the southern ter-
I minus of the line thereby authorized,
to be constructed from Regina to the
international    boundary    at    or near
North Portal,
Dated at Montreal this 20th day of
November, 1909.
W. II   BIC-GAR,
Solicitor  for  Applicants.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge Is
not considered safe for vehicular
truffle, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must Like all the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
Mrt. 1909.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tima Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, 8CENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
*v-*r
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
I  Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just wheij
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACT
LUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOT
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE CIV
TRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT, ONE IN NEW WESTM
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH   DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YO
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HA
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND
FUTURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSEL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING
BE THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON THE COMPLETION O
BUY THEM.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
URERS  ARE   GIVING   AW".'
S   IN   BURRARD     SUBDIVISION d
EN   AWAY     IN     VANCOUVER  Dlj
INSTER    DISTRICT    AND   ONE
U TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IS j
VE   THE     POSITIVE     ASSURAIW
NARROWS IN THE VERY NE��*:
VES TO DO THIS.    EXPERTS TEUJ
SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK Wii.i|
F THE BRIDGE?        $10,000    W0\"
APPLY   TO     E.    W.     McLEAN. H
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you  have to do is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c) from "��� \
grocer. I
First:    Cut out the end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:     Cut  out   the  coupon  which   appears  in  the  Daily News every morning.
Third:     Paste  the two together and fill in your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it in the  Sealed  Ballot Box provided for the purpose at H.  Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Colun
bia street and Lorne street.
IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, SEND SAME ADDRESSED TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANJ
LIMITED, P. O. BOX 1057, VANCOUVER, B. C, AND MARK IN CORNER OF ENVELOPE, "LlGHT|
HOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITION." B
THE BALLOT BOX WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITTEE SELECTED BY YOURSELVE5I
ON SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 29, ON WHICH DAY THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE!
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE IN ONE OF THE LARGE HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL Bt|
DULY  ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE���WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN|
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP A FAIR TRIAL; USE IT AC
CORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTUR^I
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTEDTHE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS||
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAV |
SO  WE  JUST  HAD TO CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO  SUIT  CONDITIONS.
NO EMPLOYEE OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE)
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD w�� I
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER7
ASK YOUR GROCER  GROCER  ABOUT  IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Daily News Pub. Co., Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both     the
coup"11
which appears In the Dally News
try morning and the end of the P*c
age of Lighthouse Soap are necessary
So get the News every day a'ld bU'
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY CO^'
PONS AS YOU WISH-
9*
BiW'lf^WWJi^^Wf?��ja|,,iilHFl ��� ��� 'i' FRIPY,   JANUARY   14,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
'%
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
A Revelation in Tea Goodness \^Mjm_
Ml) PIIIEST KEHEMBEItS
To the  I lousewi
^^^^  the Electric Sad Iron is the greatest boon pos-
Blble. N<  ilei-ic,  ii;i:, s i h'-seiiCii  ihe   household   labor.    The   Electric
gaftlron   .:'��� ia, :'    pi.   H;:.i   a  < :i iKI  ran  operate if.   and  il  can  lie used
in any i,[,; "; !|il   h"   ���" "'���'��� v'' "" :'' is ini electric llgnt'    Iron   ul"
wayg i���,i .   n ,  a    i        ualUiiii'.  or  waiting;   ironing done in  half the
time. ^    ' "' ���' ,! '��� :M" "l;'k{'s ',n,! sf.ii':.. rail in ami let  us show
them to >on.
AT KENNY'S
is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea.
Get a package from your grocer and eiyoy its excellent qualities.
 Black, Mixed aad Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.
Is an event of a lifetime, and the general verdict of all who have done bo
is that they want to repeat th ��� experience as often as possible, for our
l'ood is always of the high /' quality,
clean, wholesome and satisfying,and
served in the best style, quickly and
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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*%**%***.
Electric Railway Service {
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
elation.- will run every half
hour from fi:.',<> a. in. Last
Car leiM-.- at ll p. in.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars .aw the depot every
twenty miuules for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city   line.
*
���
City   Line:   Cars   leave   tram   *
office nn *he hour,  twenty mln
u:
uud   forty    minutes  ��
4
4
************        *
  Cars   leave I
at  ten  minutes atter  the hour,  a
after, commencing al 6:20 a. m
Sapperton   Line:
half past and fifty m'nutes after
the  hour, commencing  at  6:30 t
a. m *
Scotch  Whisky
iKi'xsa
Sunday service half-hjuriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd %
>����������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Protecting the Consumer.
When you buy Watson 9 Scotch by the
bottle you can be sure of getting the genuine
article, because we brand our corks and use an
aiihesive capsule bearing our name, that cannot
bs removed without tearing.
Unfortunately we are not so well able to
protect the man who buys Watson s by tbe
glass���some dealers utiUrefill bottles.
But, once you become accustomed to the
use of Watson's, any attempt on the part of a
dealer to substitute an inferior article is almost
sure to attract your attention���for Watson s 19
a W hiaky so distinctive in flavor and so far
beyond imitation, that those who once use it,
can usually detect the difference between it and
other brands.
Insist     on
Officers Re-elected!  fISIT OF HALLEY'S COKT
(Continued from  Paw One.) I Nonagenarian   Was    Impressed   With
Beautiful   Aerial   Visitor In the
meetings,    and    a    constitution    was ,  .���    ���   -.,
adopted, the officers wore to be: Pr�� s- Da*s of Hls Youth-
ident   .vice-president,   fjreasurer   and 	
secretary. Mayor Keary was up-
pointed president, Mrs. A. J. Hill vice- Winnipeg, Jan. 12.���Rev. Father
preslderjt, t,ln< late Mis. Warwick Dandurand, the aged priest In the
treasurer, and the city clerk secretary. ,,.-,. , ���,. n if���������
' archbishops palace at St. Utmitace,
Regular meetings were held at nrsl                ,. ,,     .                         .    	
on the second Monday In each month.   l*�� ,   ��     1,(', f*VUr Y,"',? ^.T
but. this was found to conflict with f?c?Jh* ����� vlMt ,��l aMffaBJ^t
the meetings of the Local Council of | l^iV^Zltl%S}^&lAaA^^.!e
Women, and tiie day was changed to
Thursday at 2:HO p. ni.
tell his story of that memorable event,
he said:  "1 was a little boy then, and
1   am  nearly   ninety-one  now.    I  was
���
^_^^^^^_ ..    <iii,   ,iv .ni.,     uiii^L.,-vite   now.      i    was
Meetings are held every month in b()|.n  in   -,,.,���.,,   lgl9i and lho com,���
the year witli the exception of Au- came   ln   1835_    ,   Wfts   Btudying  ta
"""'     "l:in-v are out of town M,,���,,.,...,. where I was under specmt
sulered advisable to professors,  having  ncarlv  completed
i
gust, when so many
that it was con    ^^^^^^^^
have no meeting In that month.
Tbe money expended by the society
Is received from the city council each
month by a cheque in favor of the
society   for   sufficient   to   pay   the   ac
g nearly compli
my classical studies and being near
the end of the course In philosophy,
as I had begun very young, i saw
the comet, and was impressed by IL
it  remained visible for many weeks.
counts incurred for food, fuel   house   wh^FtTeached"'^ perfection it wm
rent, etc., for no money is Riven  di-   vorv Deau|jfu]
reetly to those receiving relief, and
the accounts for those things are
brought before the monthly meeting
and passed for payment before being
paid, which is done by Cheque signed
by the president or vice-president and
the treasurer, drawn on the Rank "f
Montreal, where the money received
from  te city is deposited.
The total amount expended during
the seven years iu which the society-
lias been in operation is $6,736.64, or
something less tan $10110 per annum,
besides which the society lias distributed clothing, etc.. received trom charitable citizens for use of those ln
need. The number of adults receiving relief during each year has varied
t nearly reached U*e
zenith, and its tail swept the horizon.
being millions and million;, of miles
in length. One could see through the
tail; it seemed to be a fluid or gao
sous substance. It. is all foolishness
to talk of danger to the earth from
the comet. I remember that many
people used to go out to see It, as it
was a very beautiful sight."
Father Dandurand wondered if
the heavenly visitor would show itse.lf
this time in the same magnificent
proportions. He remembered the
comet of 1868, but said it was much
inferior in splendor to Halley's comet
of lS3.r>. As he is still active and
vigorous, he is looking forward with
interest   to the reappearance of the
much wonder in his boyhood days.
from eight to fifteen, in addition to  ^Vve'jolus spectaclTwhi'c"h caused*
which there were a number of children. ^L^^^_^^^^^^__^^^^^_
Tbe society, since its organization, """"	
has not neglected any case requiring   CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS
COMPULSORY ARBITRATION
Mf --v
isterbrook Milling
Eburne,   B. C.
iompany,
'S
"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly maturrd Scotch.
"NO. 10"���A full-bo,W. ricUy flavored Scotct.
JAMES WATSON & CO.,  Limited   -   Dundee.
relief in the city, and the ladies, when
notified  of any new  case, invariably]	
visit them and apply wlial relief may I .. "    .,���     _,
be necessary, reporting same at next '     Dptroit-   Mich.,   Jan.   13.-Thc   pro-
meeting g    n was slven  out  here today for
'                . ..     .      ...           ,         ,    ,   an   international   conference   of  gov-
Some of the Invalid poor have bad ernment boards o( ���H.(liation and ar-
to be treated at the hospital, and in bltratlon t0 be hH(1 at Washington,
some cases nurses have been engaged D (, January 17 tn ,,,. Thp con.
to look after them at the expense of f,.,���11(.f, growa aB ., ,.esult of the nn_
the society. successful   efforts     made   here    last
In conclusion I may say that the sl)1ing to have the lake and marine
amount of good done by the society Btrlke settled by the joint action of
since its organization can hardly be the mediation boards of the states
estimated, and the funds, adminis- bordering on the great lakes. An extern! as they have been carefully and ecutive committee will be appointed
economically, have relieved the poor to arrange a conference which would
move effectually than perhaps In any include representatives of all the
other way. states   and   Canada    The   conference
I may also state that scarcely ever will aim to effect greater uniformity
have all the churches In tbe city in the dealing of government bureaus
been represented at the meetings, with industrial disputes. Compulsory
even by one lady. and. as in many arbitration and trade agreements will
other societies, there are the few be among tbe many topics that will
faithful ones who do the work. be discussed.
:&K335ES��
'LOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
��� ~fi.     _   '     P   /"���       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
icQuarrie & to.	
to NT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
juaftttiaa^-^zr. sztstmz '
jj��:AJ2k3si2
iaseaa* Gifc-^TsanaraEfiOi
PHONE      |
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the ���
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone ���
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
Burnaby Municipal Elections
Saturday, Jan. 1 5
VOTE   POR
BYRNE
 FOR REEVE	
TH Off!
And Continued Prosperity.
Colgate's Rapid Shave Powder
STATIONERY
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
Figure out your own discount! Look on the
price tickets���take one-fourth off from the marked
price���pay us the balance and the goods are yours
Fair, square proposition isn't it.
This Is the season of the
year when we clean out our
winter stock, in order to
make room for spring goods.
It is simply a fair, square,
business proposition, that's
all���no trickery and no misrepresentation.
AT
\y all's Drug Store j
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
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Boys' School Suits, good values at regular prices.
$8.00 Suits for $6.00       $5.00 Suits for $3 75
$6.00 Suits for $4.50       $4.00 Suits for $3.00
Men's Heavy Underwear,  all sizes,  and all the
best makes.
$7.00 values for $5.25    $4.00 values for $3.00
$5.00 values for $3.75    $2.00 values for $1.50
Other Goods Reduced.
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
>�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
iice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
intral Meat Market
lt>r Eighth 8t. ana    Fifth Ar��nM
"HONE  17a
fcoWELL   *  OODv. *roori��tor��
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if you specify our materials.
The quality of lime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and for that
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
Line of Lonely Suits at Half Price. These must go.
$20. values for $10.      $18. values for $9.
$15. values for $7.50
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE  R527
This is a tremendous Discount, when
it is given in our square dealing way
I REID & CO.
I THE STORE  OF SATISFACTION
I No Goods Charged at Discount Prices.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY 14
The Daily Mews
Published by Tne Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their oihct-s
Corner   of    .McKenzie   and     Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
<Un i0 N BUHa beC
!<*_5��iiiii'>
FRDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910.
CANADA AND DEFENCE.
Much has happened since the resolution in regard to Imperial Defence
was agreed to by the Dominion House
of Commons last March. The changes
that have occurred in the aspect of
the European situation have served to
give a greatly Increased Importance
to tbe question of Great Britain's naval strength and position. There is
Indubitably a pretty general feeling
that a real danger exists in tho menace of Germany and that the political
situation lias became so strained that
it is only a question of time when
Britain will have to defend her position. In the light of this possible
danger the introduction of the "Naval Service Act," which is intended to
provide for Canada's participation in
the scheme of Imperial defence, hy
Sir Wilfrid Laurier. on Wednesday,
possesses tin interest and importance
which it would he difficult to overestimate.
It is a happy circumstance that
both patties in the Dominion are
agreed that it is the duty of Canada
to contribute in au effective manner
towards the maintenance of a fleet
and force for Imperial defence. The
only question that arises is the method by which this should he done. The
Act introduced by the Premier and
read a first time, provides for the
creation of a Canadian navy which,
ordinarily, will be used for the defence and protection of the Canadian
coasts, hut which, in time of emergency, may he placed at the disposal
of the Crown. The cost of the eleven
vessels of war which it is intended
to lay down is estimated at $11,700,-
000.
lt will, of course, take some years
to bring the proposed navy into being
and upon this ground, ami tin- circumstance "that we are confronted
with an emergency which may rend
this Empire asunder before the proposed service is woi thy the name''
Mr. llorden. the Conservative leader,
somewhat severely criticised the government proposals. He urged that in
face of the present situation. Immediate and vigorous action was necessary, ami Unit Canada should provide
a unit ol' the Empire fleet, in the
shape of a Dreadnought, at once.
It cannot he denied that under the
changed conditions which have arisen
then is some force in Mr. Borden's
plea We have no doubt, however, that
if when the Bill lias been properly
considered and discussed by ihe
House, tiie views thus expressed are
at all generally agreed in, the Government will adopt such amendments
as may he necessary to give effect to
these. Canadians lo a man recognise
the deep obligations which we are under to Greal Britain and the British
navy, aud will certainly approve any
action the Government may take to
strengthen the defence of the Empire.
i  much   suffering
till       *uu'" ������   ;
name. Being, therefore, generally
( oanected with some personal association. Canadian place names possess
a peculiar interest. The coast of
British Columbia abounds in such
designations, and almost every place
along this beautiful, rugged shore of
the Pacific has some connection with
the early discoverers of this portion
of the Dominion.
Very few people are aware of the
origin of these, and therefore the Publication by the Department of Marino
and   Fisheries    of   Captain     John   T.
Walbran's "British    Columbia    Coast j 	
Names," should be widely welcomed.  Calgary Will Erect Permanent Home
Captain Walhran will he 'remembered for  grain   Interests.
always  a  perpetuation   of  an   Indian ! extreme  cold  caused
because of the flimsy nature of the
tents and cabins in which the refugees are living. Relief will probably
be st nt from Lakeview today. The
people of Paisley tire preparing to
spend an indefinite period in the tents
into which they have moved. They
will not be able to return to their
flooded homes until warmer weather
causes the melting of the ice jam on
tlte river.
GRAiN EXCHANGE BUILDING
NOTICE.
^TPHtL *. ���<j ��� *.*izKmt\.*.n:,>- Erassaaaw-aBasaamffaaE^iajri
Calgary  Jan. 13.���At a cost of $35,
as the scholarly commander of the
government survey boat Quadra,
which was engaged in survey work on j 000 the Calgary Grain Exchange has
this coast, for some seventeen years. , oecured four lots witli a view to later
This voluminous work, which runs to erecting a permanent home for the
nearly 600 pages, has been a labor oH building erected  by  W.  R.
love to the author, woh has dealt with
interesting   subject
Hull. All grain companies that could
nossihly secure locations in this building  have secured offices under lease
us very interesting sunject in a
spirit of rare thoroughness, Apart
from its primary object, it forms indeed a biography of every person, be | emending over several years. Gram
lie great or small who has been. Interests here admit that the present
either directly or indirectly, associ- j six-storey exchange building will in
ated with the discovery and settle- t'-e ..-cuee of a few years be entirely
ment of our coast. The book abounds inadequate for their needs. Tin w
in scholarly lore and it is apparent
that the author has spared uo pains to
make his work as complete as possible.
As Captain Walhran remarks in his
preface,  "the  history  of a  country  is
often indicated by its names."    Certainly   this   is   true   of   the   coast  of,
British Columbia, where we find that
with a few  Indian    exceptions,    the
earliest  names are of Spanish origin, j
while those of later date are  British.
This  facl   agrees  with   the  Historical j
record,   the   Spanish    being    first   to,
visit  this coast, hut  contenting them-,
selves with i's discovery;   British adventurers were  the   first   to  fully  appreciate   its   value  and   to  determine
to possess it."
Within   these  pages  are  many  en- |
tertalning stories of adventure.    We
have   here   recorded   the  famous  experiences   of   Captain   Cook.   Captain
Barkley, Captain Vancouver; the old-,
time Greek pilot Juan  de Fuca, who:
was here in 1502;  Admiral Cockburn,
one  of  Nelson's  captains:   Sir   Alex- |
ander  Mackenzie;   Simon  Fraser and |
many another.    One of the most on- \
tertaining    stories   told    by  Captain
Walhran   is   that   of    Captain   James
Jones,   known    to    his    familiars   as
Jemmy Jones, the memory of whose
remarkable exploits is perpetuated by
the existence of Jemmy Jones island
in the Baynes Channel. Jones was a
man   of     daring   and   resource,   and
seems never to have been at a loss
for   a  means   of   extricating   himself !
from     the     innumerable     difficulties
which he got into.
building, when erected will permit
of all gri In companies in the city securing ('Hces in one building,
Tenders called for B. C, Quarantine supplies receivable up to Januarj
16, 1910, will be received up to midday, January 31, 1910. Newspapers
copying this advertisement without
authority from the department will
noi  be paid.
A. D. JARVIS,
Ass'i   Deputy   Minister  and  Secretary
of Agriculture.
Ottawa. January  11. 1910.
anuary  Cle
Sale
artnd
-Great   Reducti
"GET   THE   HABIT"
��n$
Special Today
Fancy note paper. We have a
few boxes left over from .Vinas
which we are going to clear at 25c,
50c, $1.00 and $1.50 per box. This
Is a great chance to get a snap.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buv for cash and sell tor the same
Everything in the store is of excellent  quality and a genuine 1*
gain al  the sale prices.
Supply your needs here and now. A nice dresser with standvaj,
of hard maple wood in surface quartered oak finish, containing \\..,.u
large drawers  iu  case,  the  mirror  is a   British  heel  plati    |
size;   regular   $15   value;   January  sale    y.
We advertise what we sell and sell what  we advertl .
LC C1 C   Furniture Emporium
%-*    I   i*      UmJ <-e:'s  Block,  Columbia Street,
,1 Phone 73. NEW WESTMINST]
b. at
LADNER  ROAD.
What is the Delta Municipality doing to allow the River Road, Ladner,
to be in such a disgraceful condition
as it is at present? We are informed
that  persons  who    have  to use this
highway,  including  the  mail carrier,
have to run a positive risk of their
lives and belongings every time they
drive over it. The present road was
constructed by the  V. V. & E. Railway company to replace the old Ladner highway, part of which they took
for  their right of  way  for  the new
"scenic"  line,  and  for  the    maintenance and repair of the highway the
company is responsible.  There is no
excuse for the inactivity of the Delta
Council, because they are empowered
under an oi J r ot the Railway Commissioners, made in February last, at
any  time they  consider it to be out
of repair, to engage Mr. H. J. Gamble,
who  was appointed  by  the  Commis-
aioners   for  this  specific  purpose,  to
report and  require the company    to
put it in a proper state.
SPORTS
JUNIOR SOCCER SCHEDULE.
Following is the schedule of soccer
matches for the Wallis cup, emblematic of the junior championship < I
British Columbia:
January lu ��� Sapperton vs. St.
Louis;   High  School   vs. Central.
January 22���Lord Kelvin vs. St.
Louis;  Central vs. Sapperton.
January 27���Lord Kelvin vs. High
Scliool;  St. Louis vs. Sapperton.
February 5���Lord Kelvin vs. Central;  St. Louis vs. High School.
February 12���High School vs. Sapperton.
February 19���St. Louis vs. Lord
Kelvin.
February 20 ��� Central vs. High
School.
March 5���Sapperton vs. Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;   St.  Louis vs. Central.
March 19���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin;  Central vs. St. Louis.
March 20 ��� Sapperton vs. High
School;  Central vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���High School vs. Lord Kelvin.
The first named is the home
team.
STEERS STAND SIX FEET
AND   WEIGH   2600   POUNDS
Calgary, Jan. 13.���"We have ln our
yard two range steers which weigh
2000 pounds each," says P. Burns, of
Burns & Co., packers. "They are six
feet in height and are about five years
old. These mammoth steers show
what sou'hern Alberta's grasses are
Capab'e of. They have never seen
inside shelter of any description, and
their only feed was ntaural grass on
the p airle."
ALBERTA  SURVEYORS
SEEK      INCORPORATION
CAPTAIN   WALBRAN'S   BOOK
IS   INTERESTING   VOLUME
Edmonton, Jan. 13.���The Dominion
land surveyors residing in the province are n'aklng arrangements to
seek incorporation at the coming session of the legislature. Their object
as anounced is not to form a close
corporation, but. rather to improve
the standard of the profession ln the
province, and with this end In view
the proposed board of examiners will
be placed under the. control of the
senate of the University of Alberta.
It Is expected that the membership
fif tiie association next, summer will
be about, fifty, including the Dominion land surveyors who temporarily
v.oik in Alberta during the summer
months.
TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
IS UNDER WATER
British Columbia Coast Names by
Captain J. T. Walhran, published at
Ottawa by order of the Honorable
L. P. Brodeur, Minister of Marine
and Fisheries of Canada for the
Geographic, Hoard of Canada. Bound
In Cloth.
Canada, in common witli Australia,
abounds in place names that, invarla- Lakeview. Ore., Jan. 13.���Three
foly have an historical or personal hundred inhabitants of the town of
significance. Unlike the place names Paisley. 45 miles north of here, are
in the mother country and other of homeless today as the result of an
the moro anciently settled portions ice jam which flooded the town to a
of the globe, only a comparatively depth of five feet. The people were
lew of our towns and settlements ��� forced to seek shelter In the foothills
owe their designation to any local and will camp there until the ice Jam
circumstance, physical peculiarity or la broken and the water subsides. Al-
tradltlon, and such as do are nearly  though  provisions   are   plentiful   the
< of the Tow
/<>'-'J*79w*i
/?
���*
And why? No need to ask why, if you just look around the Storl
you will see the reason in Red Figures. It is the genuine reductions thai
make the Sale so popular. When SMITH advertises a sale vou knovl
there is something doing, but when he says a RETIRING SALE you can
not afford to miss it, Bargains all the time, not on one or two articles t(
clean up the stock, but on almost everything. Don't waste time. Come now
�������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ������������������������������������������������������������������� I
Double Widtk
Dress Goods, 10c yd
You will have to get here early or
this lot will lie cleared out. Five pieces of two tone striped mohair, in
green, grey and fawn colorings, 36
inches wide, well worth 45c per
yard; while it lasts, per yard ....10c
Don't You Need
An Umbrella?
If not now, you will some day, come
and get one while the prices are low.
We have a lot to clear during this
sale. Here's your opportunity:
Six dozen gent's umbrellas, stout
frames, to clear 85c
Four dozen ladies' umbrellas, cotton and gloria covers; regular f 1.25
for $1.00
Forty-three only ladies' umbrellas,
silk gloria covers; regular $2.00 for
 $1.35
Every umbrella reduced during this
great sale.
Cravenette and
Waterproof Coats
For $9.50.
The balance of our stock of raincoats, not an extra large one we admit, but a showing that gives you a
nice variety to choose from. Cravenette and rubberised coats, numerous
colorings and styles; regular values
to $18.00 for $9.50
$10 to   $15 Under-
skirts Down
to $5.
Silk
underskirts in an excellent
range of pn ttj shadings, suitable for
evening wear, etc., to be cleared i"
many case i al one-third regular pi Ice.
.Make a special effort and gi t here
early; tegular $10 to $ir> values for
 $5.00
Furtker Reduced
to 2.50.
Tho remaining few of children's
coats we offered last week further reduced to clear them right out. Buy
one for your little girl now. If her
size is here���and there is almost all
sizes among them���you will get a
big snap. Sizes up to 12 years; extra
special $2.50
60 men Cravenette
Clotn 1.25 per yd.
in grey, fawn, green and navy and
black,   an   excellent    material   for   ;
popular   cape.   BO   liiueli   WOI li   at      ti.
present   time;    regular    $1.76 valui ���
for, per yard $1.25
rr
1 rimmmgs and
.Bindings 1c. per
���a.
Throwouts
trimming, in
and   brush   bra
of
narrow fancy
various colors, velvet
id   skirt   binding,  etc.,
numerous shadings, to clear, per yard
 ONE CENT
Buy Furs N
ow
Fashion in its furs changes very
little, chances are there will be
slight difference, ,if any, between the
styles of this year and the styles of
next. The prices on these articles
will make you feel like buying two or
three. That is about the rate or saving we will give you. Call and see
lf we can do it.
Directoire Satins
at 39c.
If you really love a bargain, you
still have a chance with this offer.
Some s uitles are sold hut selection is
still a large one. Black, navy, pale
blue, hello, mauve, grey, taupe and
electric, are still In tho showing, but
in limited quantities; regular 7f.c for,
per yard 39c
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I
T. H. SMITH
HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR FRIDAY,   JANUARY   14,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TAGE FIVE.
is
I" I,,
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
January
[Separate
Sale   of Ladies9
Coats and Furs
^ORTLNG NEWS
MONTREALS SUGGEST
DIFFERENT DATES
BOWLING
Minto Cup Challengers Would
Rather Play Here on June
25 and July 2.
Tho Steelheads knocked over 281
more chunks of wood than the Hump-
bucks last night in a liouso league fixture.  The  scores   were  poor.
Steelheads.
1
Sloan    15I5   1
Twenty-five    only  Ladies' Separate  Coats, in newest style,  7-8
length and  satin   lined;   colors, navy, grey, cardinal, black and covert cloth;  regiilni' prices $18.50 to $28.50; sale price $10.00
turn
B.
Furs
Handsome Sable Soarf;  regular price $15.00; sale price... .$9.50
Mink Scarf and Muff;  regular price $15; sale price $25.00
Grey  Squirrel   Tie
Marmot and Musk
regular
Rat Ties
price $10.5(i; sale price $5.50
regular price $7.51); sale price.$4.00
fit
See Our Window.
Th,
fe
>$
���"JB^>i.
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Fashion C
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
entre
BxraHHsssaEOMsiKcgsasM
Fancy Goods
New designs in Cushion Tops, Centres, Doylies, Towel or
Tie Racks, Work Bags, Fancy Work Aprons, Collars, Jabots,
Handkerchiefs, etc.
If you are wanting something to embroider we have it.
The   Montreal   lacrosse  club,  dial- j
lengers for the lacrosse championship ,
Of  the world,  are  not  quite  satisfied
with the dates suggested hy the locals I
for the two matches which will show j
whether or not the battered mug is
to go back east again or remain here, j
in a letter received yesterday by Secretary 11. Uyall, W. B. Findlay, president  of the e.luh thai  tain  would cull
the cup iis own, explains    thai    the
dates   named   hy   the   locals   are   not |
agreeable  to  the  back  east   men.  for
several unstated reasons. lie lntlmat-
|ei thai Saturday June 25 and Saturday July 2 would be Just about the
host tiling in the date line from the
| Montreal's point   of view.
| In concluding Mr. Findlay requests
an answer by wire and wishes, the
Club  a  prosperous season.    He  could
[ not   wish  it   a  successful   season  and
i he consistent.
liul    before   the     Westminster     la-
! crnsse club agrees to play on  other
! dates than May 24 nnd 28, there will
be a lug noise. The twenty-fourth is
la   holiday  and   there  is  a    precedent
j for playing Minto Cup games here on
' Victoria  Day.
For years past July 1, Dominion
Day, lias been recognised as Vancouver's big lacrosse day. and it would he
going against the traditions Of B, C.
lacrosse to disappoint the terminal
city supporters this year. The hoys
could not possibly play two big games
in  two  days.
If the dates are not amicably arranged at an early date the matter
will he referred to the trustees of the
cup for arbitration. This will give P.
D. Ross a chance to get in a little
more of his fine work.
VANCOUVER    ROVERS
HEADED   FOR   SPOKANE
Harrison
Turnbull
Bryson   .
Johnson
.163
.136
1<!8
Dl
.i:hi i:;r>
.156 166
3 Total |
188 497!
173 504
123 360
171 442
192 513
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city wag
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special priv-
ileges to none.
Wintemute
Turn'bull
Walsh    .. .
Fisher   . .
Gilchrist   .
743 TIC
Humpbacks.
I 2
..    .143 121
 136 91
 137 148
 136 91
.   ..   .165 127
847 2306
3    Total |
166    420 I
123   3aCJ
158    443
12'.!   360
K',7    469 -
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
Foul lin
Scorer���
Tonight
twei n  the
howled.
717    578    7^7 2022
judge���I..   O'Connor.
Wiggins.
the   postponed   game    be-
Dogs and Cohoes will be
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IT   DOESN'T   PAY   TO
FORGE   BASEBALL   TICKETS
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New   Haven.   Conn..   Jan.   13.���Bra- |
ham  Cutler nnd   Louis  Weiner,  who I
pleaded guilty to having forged Yale-
Princeton   baseball   tickets,   were   today   sentenced   to   the   State's   prison
for from one year to fifteen months
each. Julius Rabano and James  Hoff- '
man, charged  with the same offense, |
were    sentenced    to  four    and    six ,
months respectively.
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Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Rars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PURITY AUD FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
tSBffl&saaHET*: ���'':.:; & ~ jO��ssaffiEas^33Er. zsreiisaBBEs!
Auto Association Grows F-'ast.
New York, Jan. 13.���Thirty-three
organizations are now included in the
membership of the American Automobile association, Texas and Alabama being added to the roll at the
meeting now in session in New York.
Another addition was the Automobile
club of St. Louis, which will later be
included in the formation of the Missouri  state federation.
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THE WHITE SiOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
7 Columbia Street.
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Vancouver, Jan. 13.���A quartette of
amateur   boxers   and   wrestlers     will
leave for Spoka-ie this evening to rep-1
resent   the   Vancouver   Athletic   club
tomorrow evening in tiie international
tournament with llie Spokane Athletic
club.      Manager  II.  S.  Binmore  will
have charge of th" team, which will
include L. Stephens, thelittle    boxer
who won tbe provincial championship
rSCT^55SBfflS I recently:  Harry McLean, Uie feather-
j weight boxer, who lost on a foul to
__ j Jack Macpherson at the last tourney;
| Billy Peacock, the welterwelghi
wrestler, and George Walker, a
middleweight grappler. Johnny McCallum. the oriels U'.'-pound boxer,
was scheduled *o make the trip, but
he is down with !a grippe.
Tho next intercity tournament in
Vancouver wl'l lal e place in Vancouver on February 18 when the representatives of the Multnomah club of
Portland will hook up with a local
quartette.
Noted Jockey Dead.
Missoula, Mont., Jan. 13.���John
Llttlewlnd, one of the Jockeys who
contributed to the racing successes of
the late Marcus Daly, died from pneumonia today at Hamilton. Ho had ridden on all the important courses on
the continent.
Walgamutt's Orchestra in  attendance
daily from 6 to 8 and 10 to 12 p.m. The
best Merchants' Lunch in town.    Open
from 6 a. m. to 2:30 a. m.
Well-Known Pitcher Dies.
Springfield, 111., Jan. 13.���Harry
Staley, of this city, formerly pitcher
with Boston. St. Louis, Pittsburg and
other National league teams, died in
Battle Creek, Mich., today, following
an operation. He was 44 years old.
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Dominion Trust. Block, opp. Post Office.     J. P. CASH, Proprietor.
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Another
iNSON & AYLING
Are now located in the Dean Block
(next to Bank of Montreal.) Newest
and Most Up-to-date Fish Store in City.
See us in our new quarters.
���
American League UtTjjires.
Chicago. Jan. 13.���President B. B.
Johnson, of the American league, announced today that umpires for the
pomlne season would be the same as
last year. Th" list includes O'LOUgh-
lin. Sheridan. Connolly. Evans,
rine. Kerrin, Dineeu and Ragan.
double umpire By stem will e
tinned.
Per-
The
con-
Lacrosse Club  for Ottawa.
Ottawa,  Jan.   13.���It   is  announced
; that Ottawa will have a new lacrosse
team next summer. Members of the
Capital club are dissatisfied with the
, way things we-e run last year, attributing the failure of the team to
mismanagement and trouble between
the players and the club. The players
have been assurred sufficient financial backing and will make an effort)
to obtain- a franchise in tbe National j
Lacrosse union. I
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
BENSON  & AYLING
Pish and Fruit Merchants
Remember - - - Dean Block
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Fight PrDrr.oter Fined.
St. Louis, Jan. 13.���Thomas Leonard was fined $25 and costs at Clayton today upon Is plea of guilty of
having promoted the prize tight between George Vemsic and Harry
Trendall last September. The fighters
were fined $100 and costs recently.
The North American Life
Shows for 1 909
Large increase in NEW BUSINESS.
Large increase in INCOME,
in ASSETS.
PAYMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS.
Large Increase
Large Increase in
Decrease in EXPENSE RATIO
THIS IS THE COMPANY TO INSURE
IN.    CONSULT
Curlers In Annual Bonspiel.
Duluth, Minn., Jan. IS.���The annual bonspiel of the Northwestern
Curling association opened here today
with about 200 curlers in attendanco
from Winnipeg, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Superior, Wis., Rainy River, Port
Arthur. Fort William. Phillips, Wis.,
and Virginia. Minn. There are seven
events in all.
The first draws were made early today. There will be five draws a day.
beginning at eight o'clock and lastln-g
until ten o'clock at night.
BIG BOWLING TOURNEY
TO BE HELD IN ST.
LOUIS
White,Shiles & Co
AGENTS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
St. Louis, Jan. 13.���Elgthy five-men
teams have been entered for the Middle West bowling tournament, which
opens here January 20. with a corresponding number of entries In
singles and the two-men teams.
entry lists closed tonight.
Hot Water
Bottles,
Syringes, and
Combination
of Both
Our stock is large and well assorted. We have the cheap kind
and we also have the kind
that we guarantee in one, two
three and four quarts. Prices range
from $1 up. It will repay you to
look us up if you need anything
at all usually kept in a first-class
drug store.
tho
Tho
Senlnr Lacrosse in Victoria.
Con .Tores, the Vancouver lacrosse
magnate, returned to the terminal
city from Victoria yesterday. He reports that the lacrosse fans in the
Capital city have the Minto Cup bug
and are making arrangements to Ret
into 'ouch with some pastern players
with the object of gathering a team
to enter the senior lacrosse league
this year.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
ilia TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death In tills city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and in consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by livestock Insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadia n company, the only one Issuing a
policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full particulars whether you Insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62
The I
nsurance
M.
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657 Columbia St.
J
For scows, tow
boats, jobs of
any kind on the
Coast apply to
11. fADiR
Let Us Fill Your Next Grocery Order
We will deliver it promptly and give you best goods-we will both be happy and have a prosperous New Year
SELECTED   EGGS���
35c per dozen
ABROTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
bvesb- 4Qc pound.
CHOICE  CREAMERY  BUTTER���
Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN   RICE���
Good quality '��� pounds 25c
CANNED  TOMATOES���
10c can
CANNED  STRAWBERRIES-
15c can
CANNED APPLES OR  RHUBARB���
Gallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLES���
Large auart bottles 25a
t I. FADBTl
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.  Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
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FATHER CHARMER
10 TOUR WORLD
Pastor of Immaculate Concept a Church Is Leaving
Shortly on Long Trip.
Winnipeg, Jan. 13.- - tiev. Father
Ch< rrier, tne \ s lefan pastoi ol the
Immaculate Conception church, is
leaving on January L5 on a tour of
the world, lie will proceed from here
to Vancouver, where he will go south
in San Francisco, Los Angeles nnd
other California points of interest,
and will later sail for the Orient from
San Francisco. He will tour Japan,
China, India and the Holy Land, and
after a visit to the chief points of
historical Interest in Greece he will
proceed to Rome, where he will Bpend
sonic time In the head of and centre
of Influence of the church of which
he is a distinguished apostle.
From Rome Father Cnerrier will
proceed to Oberamergau to witness
a performance of the famous Passion
Play next summer, and after thai Interesting occasion will continue1 his
tour through Germany and France to
the British Isles, where lie will spend
several weeks. Ife will return to
Canada next fall in time to be present
at the great Eucharist congress in
Montreal, which be will attend before
retaining to Winnipeg on his WOrld-
girdllng tour.
iUNUGHT
-SOAP
���BUJBK^
With half Vic labor, and at
half the cost ot other soap,
Sunlight   does   tl      v/*iole
vasli':     In half tl.    time,
yet   v   Ihout   Injuri.. ;   the
most delicate fabric.
Use it the Sunlight way.
I'ollow the directions.
Bares S
ecrets
Of Blame! Farm
tliey came
buying   of
(.Continued u oui Pai    Om . i
clorolormed, had been kuicu Lo  Mrs.
Ciuinness. ���. _..,
ine confession details show now
I\u &. Guinness informed Lampnere oi
tne coming of her victims, i'ne lirst
man nilleu was trom Minnesota. He
never awoKe uoui nis sleep iu me
Guinness uouse. In the darkness Lampnere was ordered bj Mrs. Guinness
K�� dan,ii a g l iii.. Saols and its contents in a hole that had been made
b> another farm hand for rubbish.
Mrs. Guinness never told him what
became oi the man. but Lamphere
received money from Mrs. Guinness.
Within a month another man arrived. He wanted to know his rights before paying off the mortgage on the
Guinness farm and -Mrs. Guinness
took him to St. Joseph, Mich., Lam-
phere thought, and there they were
married. A few nights afte
back there was another
chloroform;
Then Andrew Helgelein came from
South Dakota with a check for $2,893.
This was cashed and Helgelein was
given to understand he was nothing
more than a farm hand. Lamphere
was sent on an errand to Michigan
City to remain all night, lie returned
to i lie Guinness home and through a.
hole in the floor heard Helgelein
groan in distress and begging Mrs.
Guinness to send for a doctor, lt was
chloroform she had given him, according to Lamphere.
Presently Helgelein fell to tlie floor
and Lamphere said he saw Mrs.
Guinness strike the prostrate form
and end liis life. Lamphere, the following night, buried this body witli
Mrs. Guinness' assistance.
Shortly after Mrs. Guinness and
Lamphere quarrelled over money and
lie was ordered off the farm. She put
her money in the bank the afternoon
before Lamphere, seeking money,
chloroformed all in the house and
robbed and set fire to the place. Lamphere said he was drunk the night he
visited the place. He thought he
would find $15,000 on the premises,
but they only got between $tiu and
$"o. The light they used was a candle
and they left the house without knowing they had left behind a spark that
soon burst into flames.
The men killed by Mrs. Guinness
were Andrew Helgelein and Ole
Budsberg and Tonnes Petersen Lien.
Helgelein, Lamphere thought was the
third  husband of Mrs. Guinness.
At the time of Lamphere's trial it
thought thnt Jennie Olsen had
killed by Mrs. Guinness. Lam-
howeVer details how Mrs. Guin-
liad secreted her in the house
she returned from a visit, and
was  chloroformed  by  Lamphere
PROPOSE   TO   BUILD
ABATTOIR   IN   EDMONTON
Edmonton, Jan. 13.���It is possible
that next summer the retail meat
dealers of the city will build all abattoir in the city for their own use and
operate the business as a joint stock
company. The question was discussed
at a meeting of the Provisioners' association held on Tuesday night and
a committee was appointed to look
further Into the qu.esLou and repo't
at a later date. If the company is
formed as suggested, it will he capitalized at about $100,0(10 and stock
will be sold to the local dealers, farmers and others who are intt\fited.
CORPSE DANCING MATE
OF A BEREAVED NEGRO
Cincinnati. Jan. 13.���The unusual
sight of a negro singing and waltzing
along tlm street with the dead body
of a woman in his arms startled Patrolmen McCorkhill and Reynolds today.
They closed in on the man. who
thereupon dropped the body and ran.
The body proved to be that of the
negro's wife. The negro, Thomas
Harvey, was taken to the police station and held for safekeeping.
Harvey. grieTstricken over the loss
of his wife, left the house in tbe afternoon  and  did  not   return  until  mid-
t of lis Are Good
Makers But Poor
! Savers
A Savings Account at
(he Hank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars foi
future us?.
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to start with $1.00
will do), and sec how
much you can a I I to
your balam < before next
New  Year.
We   pay   interest   on
your balances.
was
been
pore
ness
after
she
and his accomplice.
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
Bank of Toronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J, Gracey, Mgr.
THE   STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham .Island and way
poinu at 2 o'clock, returning
on tho toilowing morning.
a
Tne Milwaukee''
"The ,acr   Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chu Short   Line,"   Omaha    to
Chic -South     West     Limited"
Kan City to Chicago.
Nn m   tne  service  on    any
rallroa a   the   worW 'hat  equal  In
eriulfiu ihai   of   the  Chicago,  Mil-
wauk.i St,   Paul   Railway.      They
cwn   h iperate  their own  sleeping
and dir . oars on all th��ir trains and
tdvft   i atrons   an  excellence    of
eerviee n  obtainable elsewhere.
S. HOWE, General Agent.
131 Th -t    cor   Alder Portland. Or.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
making direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Seattle train leaves at 8:3a
a.m.;  Agassiz local at  5:35 p.m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
or C. B. POSTER, A.Q.P.A. Vancouver
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  388.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY   14
1910.
night The undertakers were iu the
house preparing the body for burial,
but Harvey drove everyone from the
house, placed a cigarette in the dead
woman's mouth, and, taking the body
in his arms, started oui on the public
street
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds With,
ln the railway belt in British Columbia, may be liomesteaded 1)5 any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over is years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homestead.-!-.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one oi the following
plans:
tD At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, If tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the fattier
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
bv him in the vicinity of Ins homestead, Ihe requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands al Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased tor a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of JI per
acre. Not more than 25(10 acres
Bhall be '.eased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
Ave c-;nts per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
R. T.   PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
Books Closed, Audits   Made,   State
ments and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
Room   9   Westminster    Trust    Block
Phone LB78, 1'. O. Box 795
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reshing for bath or toilet, b'or wasting underclothing   it    is   unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
Advertise in iJie
ally  News
i
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager]
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER !S
'^Manufacturers and Dealers m All Kma* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
[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.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lets 96 and 97, Hied; 6, b dng
parts ol lots 28, 29 an I 30, group 2,
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof ol the less of cei tl
flcate of title No. 5i L7K Issued In the
name ��d' Man arel Ginllj Atkinson,
has been BI id lu this office.
Notice  is  herein   ; ivei,  Ihal   1  shall,
al ihe expiration of one month trom
the date of ihe Brsl publication here-
of, in a dailj  m wsprper publish -d in
the city of New  Westminsti r, issue
n   duplicate  of    the said  certificate,
unless in  the  meantime valid objec-
tion li i made to me In wi Iting.
C. s. KEITH,
DiBtrlci Registrar of Titli b,
Laud  Registry Office,    New  Westminster, li. ('., December I, 1P09.
IN   THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH     COLUMBIA
Bank of Montr,
ESTABLISHED 1-
CAPITAL
RESERVE
U. S. A., and Mi x., u
in the matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 13, E.
c. M. Dlstricl of New Westminster
,-md Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter of the Estate of
John   Scott   Macdonnell.  dece ised,
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison dated the 7th daj ol
January, 1910, tenders will be recel -
ed up to January 21, 1910, by the un-
dersigned for the purchase of ail the
Instate and Interesl of John Scott
.Macdonnell and his heirs in and to
all and singular thai certain parcel
or trad of land ami premises above
mentioned.
.1. .1. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia,
11,000*
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land, New York, Cli JJ
banking    buslnei.,
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and Interest allow, | ,-,- :; p r
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Columbia  Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.
a.m.
said  Timher  Limit 88,783,  40  chains Subdivisions 1. 2 and :; in Lot 'Ji, Su- cept  Sunday
more or less to the southwest corner burban Block Hi.
^^^^ of said Timber Limit, thence easterly TO���
Silicon No. i. silii'im No. 2. i'itt Fine-' following the south boundary of said      Herbert Salsbury,
tional   Siiieon   Fractional   tlroupod | Timber Limit 80 chains more or less New Westminster. British Columbia
Mineral flaims. situated iu Hie New   to the shore of Halfmoon'Bay, thence      TAKE  NOTICE, thai   unless
^mK   ���  ^^m      ���'southerly,    westerly    and    northerly give
lie shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Leaves Nanaimo  at 1
you
wNCnl
Westminster     Mining     Division    ol
New   Wesliuinsier   District,    whore
located I'iii Fake:
Take notice lll.it We, put Lake
Brick ami iVmeni Company, Limited,
ftoe   Miner's   I'ertilieaie   No.   lClu-rJ-l,
intend *in  d;i\s   li    the dale  hereof
tO apply '" ''"��� Mining Hi coiilei- for
�� Certilicale of liiipi-iivrnii'iii f,M- the
purpose of olilainiii:; a Crown tlralit
Of the above claims.
And further iai,,. notice ti;al action
Wider seel ion  :;",'   inusi   In   commenced
before the i.-sn, ,��� of such  Ciitiii-
cate of iin|iro\i nieiiis.
Tpated  this Mtii dav of  December,
' D. loii'.h
_'T LAKE   I'.IMCK   AND   ('KM 10 VI
CO.,  LTD..   10.  .1.  I'ADKIl.  Agent.
Miner's Certilicale No. B3043B.
along 11- ^	
Welcome Pass to point of commenci
ment containing one hundred and sixty (160 acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND HAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 2llrd, 1009.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vaucouver
une -0 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
pairs!
iniarj
NOTICE.
:   District of  New  Wcstminster.
���'Take   iiniic     thai   ilnriy   days  alter
date I,   Lu ii    l.ou'..-.      Paterson,  of
Vancoum i. r. c. ,��-, up, ,, icacin-i-.
Intend  to  .i;��� ] 1 >   toi-  a   le-, il ,    Id  pro,,
pect  for   leal   and   p, i r.iii-um   on   Hi
follow 11       iii :.o' i! e,l   lands:
Comii    in ai:'     al    a    |io,      planted   at
the SOUt la\ a i o: u- r of (.*> ill r.i| Park.
hence noi in m -haiii.;. i l.enc --east
(.Chains, liieiiee ..null Su chain:-'.
hence  v - ���. t   mi     el a ins     to   place   of
OOmmeiT ��� :ia nt.   containing   i'iIh   acres
more or h   -
EDITH I.oust: l'\'rio;S().\,
T. .1.  BEATTY, Agent.
Located   [loco:;;!,,';'   V.   l'.'li'.i.
���.... proof to my satisfaction Within
fifteen i L5) days from the date of
this notice that you have complied
with  the  terms of  the  certain  agree-
' ment   for   sale   of   the   said   subdivisions  1. 2 and 3 in Lot,    21, Suburban
��� Block 13, made between F. .1. Hart &|
Company  and  you  the  20th   day  of
j February, 1908, I shall proceed to can- ;
eel the registration of the said agreement and  that  henceforth  you  shall |
be barred of all right, title or Interest |
whatsoever ln the said lands," and pub-     ����. i"��� *�����*   ;-    t"""���,oawa
licatlon of this notice in a daily news-  June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
paper for fifteen days shall be good |thereafter.        	
and sufficient, service hereof,
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl  Registrar of Titles at New
Westminster, B. C. ���
January 7, 1910.
BIG LOSS OF lilt
IN SIEAMffl WRECK
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvei
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
TENDERS.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   New   Westminster
Wednesday and  Friday at  i> 	
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
Monday,
a.m.
Czarina Goes to Pieces off
Oregon Coast in Raging
Gale-Thirty Drown.
NOTICE.
,11
1      ,District of  New Wc-.tminr-tcr.
Take H"l h-e that ti.ii ly da; , after
date I, John W'i'li,on lieatty. of
Vancouver. I', ('., occupation painter,
intend to a; , I;. i'.,i a license to pros-
pect for coal and pel i oleum on the j
following   de; iill.ed   land,-';
Comnn ncin , at ti uosi planted at
the north' ml cm n,-|- ot Mai j Sum-
mers, not tin a t corner post Oil Ihe
Boundary road, one mile nor'li of the
B.C.E.R. tramway, tin-ice n-ntii M>
Chains, thetici v.. at su chains, thence
SOUth 80 chain.;, th' lice ( ast S , chains
to place of commencement, containing 640 acres more or b . s.
JOHN   WILLIAM   111-:\TTV.
T. .1. BEATTY, Agent.
Located  December  7,  1909.
Sealed   lenders,   addressed     to   the
Postmaster General, will be received
I at   Ottawa   until   Noon, on   Friday,  the
lsth February, [or the conveyance n|
His Majesty's Mails, on proposed con-
, tracts for tour years, II and 30 tlmi s
j per      week    each    wa> ,    between      the
New Westmlster Posi  office and the
Canadian      Pacific   Railway     Station,
and the Great Northern  Railway Sta-'
1 Hon from the 1st  April next.
Printed   notices containing  further
Information  as to conditions of proposed ' contract     may   he    seen     and
blank   forms   of   Tender   may   he   Obtained   at    the   POSI      Offices   Of   New
I Westminster.   Sapperton   and   Queens-
almlsts do not tell things to  borough and at the office of tbe Post
lerson, but   read   your life | office Inspector,
Post Office inspector's Office, Vancouver,  li. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN   K.  GREENFIELD,
Post   Office   Inspector.
For   reservations   and    Information
call or addresa
1-:d. GOULET,
Agent. Ntw Westminster
C.  1).  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,  Vancouver.
J.  W.  THOUF,
General Superintend ut   Victoria.
These ps	
please a person, but read youi
from the cradle to the grave jusi as
it shows in your hand. All readings
must be satisfactorj or no charges
will be made. Address 613 Columbia street, New Westminster, li. C.
IVfail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
ml arrival of mails at the New West-
uinster iinst office, rlie hour given ln
i     a  case  being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be- over. tter'
fore the actual despatch.    All mails, I    " was
unless otherwise stated, are despat.cn- approacn   net
... .,   u,,,,*.,,. 'Were compelh
Marshueld, Ore., Jan. 13.---Repeating the Valencia disaster ou a smaller
scale, the Southern Pacific Railway
company's steamer Czarina, which
left port, yesterday for San Francisco,
was wrecked in sight of this place.
Nearly  all  ot  the  thirty-two  people
aboard met death.
Between twenty-four and thirtj
were drowned, a number who had
climbed into Hie rigging being swept
overboard at, 1:30 p. m.
Waves  Break  Over Her.
The Czarina left port during a gale.
Tremendous seas were breaking outside the bar, and heavy seas were
washing over it as the Czarina attempted to pass out into the ocean.
Suddenly those on shore, who had
gathered to watch the departure of
the boat, were startled to see the
Czarina, swerving toward the north
spit. Her engines seemed lo have become disabled. The heavy seas appeared almost to envelop the vessel
and she drifted rapidly onto a sp;t
at a point about a mile above the
jetty. There was no way to reach
the disabled vessel, and alio pounded
heavily, swaying from side to side.
with great waves constantly breaking
JAPANESE  LABOR  UNION
IS  FOUND IN CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, Jan. 13.���The report
of Hie California state bureau of labor
statistics, which is being prepared for
Governor Glllett, contains striking
facts concerning the nature and extent of the Japanese holdings and activities in the state, it was learned
yesterday.
The Japanese population in tho
state is said to be more than 50,000.
Japanese holdings run Into the millions and the investigations have disclosed a complete organization controlling the supply of Japanese labor.
The Japanese, It is found, through
their organization, are moved from
district to district Where the harvest
demands are supplied. A majority of
450 farmers, whose opinions concerning this labor have been obtained,
favor the employment of tin
ese.
Japan-
WON   INSURANCE   SUIT.
Widow   of     Expelled   Society   Officer
Gains   Legal   Battle.
Syracuse. N. Y., Jan 13.��� After a
fight for more than three years In
the courts Mrs. Frank '/.. Wilcox has
won her suit against the supremo
council of the Royal Arcanum. Justice William S. .Andrews today directed a verdlcl in her favor for the
full amount of the insurance policies
Carried upon the life Of her deceased
husband, with Interest.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
ike notice that  thirty days after
,      I    Thomas    James     lieatty.  or
Vancouver.   I;.  C  occupation,   miner,
^"^to apply for a license to pros-
coal and petroleum on the
(ng described lands:
lencing al  a posi   planted at
ithwesl   corner of distrlcl   loi
twenty-five    (2025),   thence
si)       chains,       thence       east
nains.      thence      south       80
o , QCe     west     Su   chains   to
if  commencement,   containing
��� s more or h ss.
THOMAS JAMES  BEA1 W-
ed  December  7.  1909.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily   at   1:30   p.m.
Northern British   Columbia���Every
Saturday 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Monday, il p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 P-m.
FROM NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on
Monday. Wednesday and Friday; re-
turning, haves Chilliwack at 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Ag< nt,
New  W< si minster.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at alio, ii:50. 7:20 uud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:^0  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster lor Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, O'.aO, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 ^.m.
er  iici.
It  was  too  rough  for tugboats  to
.t������     rxr,     clinrf.
ed and received dally except Sunday
The  only   mails   dispatched   uud   re-
avtiiucvu    nd   thoso   on   shore
were compelled to stand Idly by, unable to succor the doomed crew and
ill       |'(i.   I  illllt'     HJ    BUWVI      tin.     uu..i...  ��
ceived "Sunday are the G. N. R. South j the one passenger, Harold Millls, son
end c. P. It. eai t mails, not including ���
he   way   mails.     Sapperton,
Mills and Coquitlam.
Fraser
\
Mails Despatched.
G:00 a.m. (.closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
U. N. it. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vaucouver and Victoria via
i. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. It. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboistord aud district, Clayburn and district. Huntln"'-
llake, via 13. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria  via Vancouver at  this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle. Including all U.
S. points east and south, via (j. N. It
"Flyer."
G p.m.���Second C. P. it., east, Kra
per Mills. This mail takes the foi
lowing local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, I��:u Meadows. Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
.waek, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
jLytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nic-
ola  and   district,   an.
don and district, and Matsqui are des-|uitt  "!"'"";'
��� ->. :,,��� -.except Kootenays.
nil  DOints vast
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor New West
Mails   Received.
of C. J. Millls, the steamship agent of
the Southern pacific company at this
place.
Captain Duggan, of the Czarina,
made an effort to stop the onward
sweep of the vessel toward the rocks.
He dropped anchor, but it would not
hold, and she soon grounded. The
members of the crew crowded Into
the rigging and made frantic gestures of appeal, but the fates were
against them, and from time to time
one or more of Hie men were washed
overboard   to   death.
Watched on the  Beach.
The crew [rom tbe lifesaving station launched a boat, but was unable
to reach the distressed ship. They
made an effort to tire a lifeline across
the vessel from the shore. In this,
too, they were unsuccessful. The dis-
tance was too great. As darkness
ciosed in there were but few to be
seen on board the wrecked vessel.
Which, heavily laden with coal as she
was, had settled far into the water,
and tho waves were washing over her
steadily. All night long scores of
persons patrolled the beach. Huge
bonfires ligted up the shores.
Calls for help were sent out to sea
by   wireless,   and     one    vessel,    the
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass.  Agent.
Vancouver. B. C.
ipatched by way of Vancouver
8   a.m.-Blalne    and    Seattle,    including all U. S. points east and south; ,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^_      'and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Uaz-        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
minster at 8:00 aud 9:00 a.m., and eimere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, ana     g (.   am%_Blame  ana    seattiv,  iu     ___     ..
every   halt   hour   thereafter   until Saturdays. ---,,-,1 from eluding all U. S. points, via G. *i. ��   steamer Queen, answered the call,but
} All Surrey malls are received rrum ���_   ..? ; arrived too late to render any assist-
11:30 I'"1' ,      _      'cloverdale,  except  Hall's   Prairie,  Ha-    "* ��� Vancouver   and   Victoria We. ******
Care leave New Westminster for Vat, Leimere and Fernridge, which arilve on     ����� Buay)j  vla  B,  C.  bJlectnc i
couver at 3:00 a.m., and everj bait    hv  Port Guichon tram ou Tuesdays ^ailw^
hour thereafter until 10:00 ,m. Las, hST&^^
car 11:00 p.m. [central Park, via B. C. Electric Hail- ,by���c?,uuer.11������������,;���,..,��� ���n,i  vict
;D. J.  McQuarrie, Local   Manager, New i way
l ilL-auii.'    null   *..."...-/���
-Vancouver  and   Victoria
Westminster.
NOTICE.
������������������*;'
^^^ rict cf New Westminster.
���0e notice thai thirty days after
Catherine Flon nee Beatty of
fiver,   11.   C.,    occupation,   lady,
^^^^ to apply for a license to pros-
IHBfot'  coal   ami   petroleum   on  the
"ting  lands.
VWDtii' ncinu at a post planted
tWCttty chains east of T. .1. li. north-
West comer, thence north 80 chains,
thence east su chains, thence south
���80 Chains, thence west Si) chains, to
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or 1<
NOTICE Tl) ARCHITECTS.
ROYAL    COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
COMPETITIVE     DESIGNS.
The Hoard of Managers for the
Royal Columbian Hospital invites
architects to submit competitive designs of a General Hospital, which U
is proposed to erect at Sapperton,
New  Westminster, li. C.
The designs shall be superscribed:
Design, Royal   Columbian    Hospital,
and  addressed  to  W.  H,   Keary,  Sec-
I retary Board of Managers, Royal Col-
l umbian   Hospital,   New   Westminster,
CATHERINK   FLORENCE BEATTY,  �� <��., and will be received up to.noon
v T   T   reyTTY   Agent      Wednesday, loth February, 1910.
Located  December "l,  1909. L  J(he( dcslp"  plaCt>.11  fh'st  b>'  tUe a^
""^ indicator  will receive a premium of
' ' ������   -. |400; the second a premium of %2W,
NOTICE. the third a premium of $200.
  The    Board    of  Managers    is not
District of New Westminster.        | bound to erect the building from any  city.
Take notice that  thirty days after  of the designs submitted. I rivei
date I, Lizzie Paterson, of Vancou- Conditions governing competition
ver, B. C occupation, lady, intend | can be obtained by bona fide competl-
to apply for a license to prospect for j tors upon application to the under-
-coal and  petroleum on the following   signed. ^^|
Great   Northern  Railway.
,v. N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:30
.m.
Lv. N. W.  11 a.m
.m.
Lv. N. \V. 4:32 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
Lv Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. ��:2o
p.m.
ar.   Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:4i>
ar. Seattle 7:15
;  ar. N. W. 2:55
ai
N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
12-30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland   and   South   Westminster,   .,.
otiri'i' (Tuesday and Friday).
1-30 p.m.���East Burnaoy, by courier
2'0U p.m.���Buruuitlam. toy courier.
"���00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:30 except Satur.layl-Ladnev Port
Guichon, Westham Island and hu -
bury, daily except Sunday: Woodward
Tti'Sdav, Thursday and Saturday via
"I C Bruce." (Sieveston mail despatched and received via Vancouver )
"',0 p.m.���Vancouver and Pipei
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nieomekl. and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: tyne-
head on "Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord. Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.-
-Vancouver nnd  Burnaby Frase
9:30 &-v^IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMm
via G. N. K. ... j
10:00 to 1T.00 a.m.-Lailn:-. ion |
Guichon, Westham Island and tines
day Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8-40 n m.���C. P. R- east (f!rst l-Tain)
Sapperton. Fraser Mills and Coquitlam. ,  ,,   ,.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central ParK
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2-HO p m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
Tad p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
luding all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
losed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncludin* U.  S.  A.  matter, and  also
Mills.
Two  Lives  Saved.
Harry Kentzell. first assistant engineer, was picked up unconscious in
the breakers early today. Some hours
after Kentzell was rescued he recovered consciousness sufficiently to
state that Captain Duggan and
Harold Mills, the only passenger,
had been bound to one of the masts.
Kentzell said that when the forward
mast, to which he and five others had climbed, went by the board,
the master, first officer, Mills and
two seamen were still alive in the
rigging. Those, he said, were the
only ones left on the ship.
VVhen Kentzell was rescued hope
for a moment sprang up, only to be
dashed to earth again by tho assertion
of H. J. McKeown that he had seen
through marine glasses both masts of
the Czarina and a rope ladder carried
away and with that their burden of
fifteen men.
Harry Kentzell and Assistant Engineer V. Robinson are believed to
be the only men saved.
���described hinds:
Commencing  at  a post  planted  at
the northeast    corner    of    lot  103S
Sence west SO chains, thence south
Chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, to place Of
-Commencement  containing  C4u  acres
more or less.
LIZZIE  PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY. Agent.
Allocated November 30, 1909
W.   H.   KEARY.
Secretary,  Board  of  Managers.
New  Westminster,  lt.  C, January  7,
1910.
NOTICE.
English Watchmaker
G. N. R.���Port Gulcnon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
x..^. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P.m. oi;
Tuesday,  6:30 a.m.  on    Friday,  and
6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives at Port '
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves  Guichon  6 a.m. each  ween
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves  N. W.  3:50  p.m. dally except Sunday;   ar. Guichon at 7  P-m.
gents'   open face
case,
Klgm
Gold Watc'ae3 for Ladles from ��12.75
up.
imi*mm^^ms***m*****^^mm���^       Silver Watches,
District of New Westminster. 16 00.
'ake notice that thirty days after
;e  I,  A.  J.  Paterson,  of    Vancou-     Silver Watches,  gents'  open
, B. C, occupation broker, intend 17.50 up.
apply  a license    to  prospect  for      Agent    for   Waltham   and
ll and petroleum on the following y^atches.
.jcribed lands:
[Commencing at a post planted at     Watch repairing a specialty.
_  northeast  corner  of  district  lot
IB,  thence   west     80  chains,  thence p        f*DAtf|T
Sith    80    chains,    thence    east 80 T ���     VI*MI%Eb
Jains,    thence north 80    chains to
pee of commencement,    containing
10 acres more or less
Two doors horn  Ceo. Adams. Grace,
iviri
iter,
B.C.
-.'.;' -W acres more or i������- ON
;��-JfcANlHAM ^X/^gS'
$$L Located November 30, VMW.
w*****^_ .���
LAND ACT.
lew Westminster Land District, Dls
trlct of New Westminster.
Take notice that William Garland
;cQuarrie, of   New Westminster, B.
��� occuaptlon,    barrister at law, In
,nds to apply for permission to, pur
,ase the following describedI UJflJ.
Commencing at a post planted on
ihe shore of    Welcome Pass at the
tthwJst corner of Lg Hfg���
Now  Westminster  district,  thence
asterly following    the    south boun-
lar yol! said Lot 1478, 40 chains more
? less to the  westerly boundary of
Hmber Limit    38.783,    thence south
long the said weeterly boundary of
TELEPHONE 604.       P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE  STREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
���ouver 11 P.m., going direct to beat-
*JftS2 SseSVancouver   .
ftli^SgSt. leaves Van
,ouver, 10 am. daily, except Driday
or Victoria.
NOTICE.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each montli for Quatslno and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quatslno, Cape a""*-��' ��nrt
way ports.
To Advertisers:
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster s only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring
you newkbusiness.
Yes, that's it.
CURED  IN  ONE  DAY
Mnnynn's Old Remedy Hfiievos the
hcud, tliumt ami -i.iigs nlinost immediate*
ly. Checks KSverx, atcsi DitchargM of
th�� nose, takes uwny all acbjl ainl iniliia
causi'd hy colils. It ciirrs tjrlp and ob-
vtinate Coughs aod DteveQts I'uoumoula.
Price 25e.
Have j(*n Rtlff or swollen Joints, no matter how ehronie? Ask your druggllt tor
Munyon's Hheumatlsm Remedy and sea
how quickly yon will be cured.
If you bare any kidney or bladder trouble get Munyon's Kidney Remedy.
Munyon's Vltallzer makes weak inea
���trong aud restores lost powers.
"Land
IN  THE  MATTER of  the
Registry Office"
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the title   to
Scott  and
Advertise in Ihe Daily News
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vaucouver 2 p.m. dally, ex-
AUCTION SALE
We have been Instructed by Mr.
Thomas Love to sell by Public Auction on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19
at 2:30 p.m., his house full of first-
class furniture, sideboards, extension
table, drophead Singer Sewing machine, lounge, China tea service,
Fairbanks new weighing machine
(weighs up to 200 lbs.); double barrelled hammerless gun, garden implements, etc. Can be seen at residence
behind Fletcher's ranch, Sapperton,
any time.
Terms cash.
| COOK & ROSS, Auctioneers. r    PAGE EIGHT.
THE D ViLY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JAN
UARy
We are preparing
for stock - taking,
and    are
Large Stock
Prices Right
giving
* Anderson & Lusby ���
some special bargains. Now is the
time to buy, when
big prices are on a
vacation.
Now is the time
when you will get
goods at not much
of a price but a
great deal of a
bargain at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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NOTICE.
We Invite Comparison
We are not the only people teaching Business and Shorthand in Westminster, hut we claim that on account
of our superior equipment and experienced, capable teachers, our school is
doing more and better for students
than other schools. It is open day and
night. Try it.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
Notice is hereby given that Ralph
Charnley of Barnston Island, in the
province of British Columbia, David
Alexander Mcltee of Ladner, in the
said province, and Joseph Cameron
of the city of New Westminster, in
the said province, have been selected
by a majority in interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affected as hereinafter described to be
commissioners under the provisions
of the "Drainage Dyking and Irrigation Act," lor the district, consisting
of and comprising ihe lands hereinafter described, that is to Bay: -Mi
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts of land and premises situat?,
lying ami being in the district of
New West minster and province ol
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lots two
hundred and fifty-two (252), two hun
died and fifty-three (25;!), two hundred ami fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (260), and four hundred and
twenty-seven (427), group one (1),
and the fractional northeast quarter
of section nine (9); the fractional
south east quarter of section nine
i'.m; the fractional north west, quar
t M- oi section nine (9); the fractional
south 'v(.st quarter of section nine
t'.i); the fractional south east quarter of section ten (10); the fractional south west quarter of section ten
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of section three (2); the fractional
noun west quarter of section three
Cl); Ihe fractional north east quarter
of section four (4). (Indian reserve);
and ihe fractional soutli west quarter
of section sixteen (16), all in township nine (9) as shown on the official
plan or survey ol' the said distrlcl
of New Westminster and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'
The said commissioners being authorized and instructed to take steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
tho same and to do everything
that he may be necessary lo carry
out such work and to maintain sucli
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston  Island  Dyking District."
The names of the proprietors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks.
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson.
John LoLcuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. D., 1009.
WADE, WI1RALLER & McQUARRIE.
4G Lorne Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors   for   the  commissioners.
City News
 z'M
The annual meeting of si. Stephens
Presbyterian church will be held on
Wednesday.
The steamer Belfast arrived yesterday with a cargo of cement for Gilley
Bros.
The genuine reduction sale at the
Acme is you opportunitj lo buy at absolutely  hall price,
Walgamutt's  orchi stra  in    attend-
at), e  at   The   Royal   '.'ale.
Archdeacon Pentreath will preach
at St. .Mary's, Sapperton, on Sunday
evening,   when   the  choir   will  appear
in surplices for tne first time.
For tirst-ciass cut tlowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Greenhouse, R208.
The joint installation of the elected
officers of  Royal City  Lodge, No. 2.
land Amity Lodge, No. 27, I. O. O. F.
! will   take   place   this  evening  in   the
! 1. t). O. F. hall. The bi'sinoss will be
followed  by a social  hour.
Call  at   Tiie Royal  Cafe lor lunch.
! dinner or after theatre supper.
Fall at James & McClughan's thii
week and get a handsome calendar.*"
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny ,v_- Galloway, 43 Sixth street. -
For the "cut" direct go to the Acme
Clothing company. You il get a Btyllsh
cut, and you'll also get a price cut in ,
style. **
The ladies of the West End Presbyterian church meet tonight at the
scliool house on Twelfth street, ��t
eight o'clock to form a Ladies' Guild
in connection with the work of the
congregation. A choir meeting will be
held half an hour earlier.
Security���that  is   the  factor    in   u
safety  deposit   vault. Our., are  abso-|
lutely perfect in this regard. Von ma)
go away    and  leave    your     valuable
papers In these vault,-, with the f el-
ing of perfect security. No injury can
come from  fire, floods   from burglars
or any   other cause,  isn't    it    worth j
something to yon to have that fee'
of  perfect   security.'  Dominion   Tr    t
company,  Ltd.,  T,   R.   Pearson,  man-!
ager New Westminster brancn.
K
***
The steamer  Trans   .���  will resume
her   regular   run   down   the   river   to '
Ladner,    Westham island    and   way,
places on Monday at 2 p. m.    The C. I
P.  R. company  will  start the Beaver
on her  regular  trip to Chilliwack on I
.Monday, leaving her,, at  8 o'clock  In
the morning.
For Irish Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Gre< n-
house. **
The city engineer ha.3 moved his of-
! fice into the large front room in the
S city hall, formerly used as a com-
| mittee room by the council. The city
! clerk  as    taken    advantage    of  the
change to do a little house cleaning
in   his  offics.
Mr. Webster, Mechanical Expert, is
gradually gaining th confidence of
the goo I people oi W< stmins ter by
being able to "produce the goods."
No. 10 Sixth street.
Royal Scarlet Chapter of New
Westminster, Loyal Orange County
Lodge, will elect its officers at 7:30
tonight in tho Orange Hall in the K.
of  P. Building.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
We Give Careful Aftention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
E. J. Fader is adding several new
features to his already extensive
business, going ln for real estate, fire
insurance, life insurance and accident
insurance, greatly Increasing his staff.
The Acme Clothing company's sale
is still running. Are you in the running? You will be if you wear an Acme suit or overcoat. Now is the time
to get them. **
Levels are being taken and a survey
made for the Eighth street sewer.
Work is being rushed. It is expected
that the new Columbia street sewer
will be completed In a week or two.
Owing to the favorahl - weather there
was more work done on the civic improvements yesterday than there has
been on any other day for over a
month.
Four cases were called In tho police court yesterday morning. Alexander speck, charged with a breach
of the Trades License Amendment
Bylaw, which came into effect on the
first of the year, admitted that he
had not made a daily report to the
chief of police of the second-nan
goods bought by him. As this was
the first case under the bylaw the
magistrate assessed him the minimum
fine, $1.00 and costs. John McDonald,
charged by Sheriff Armstrong with
using foul language on the street, was
given a month in jail.
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&
Delineator     for     February
now on sale.  15c a copy.
nuary
'ngdak\
of Women's
Suits, Furs,
Coats, Etc.
wimw
An extraordinary clear.
HI   ing;  of   Women's   anril
Misses'    Tailored   Gar.
ments with  all the extremely attractive style]
features.   Smartly fashioned suits,   nobby anil
practical coats, carefully made skirts and charming!
mannish waists, everything in ready made outer!
apparel for women.   Garments of superior styles ai|
prices almost cut in two.   Previously advertised offerings still on sale and here are a number of fresh!
ones for to-day.
Women's and Misses' Suits
Navy Venetian Cloth Suit, coat handsomely braided In
black, full flare Bkirt, panel front, braided girdle, button-
trimmed, regular $37.50, for  $27.50
Black Venetian Cloth Suit, coat lined satin, well tailored style, gored skirt, but|Um-trimmed. Regular $26.00<
for $20.00
Brown Cloth Suit, coat and skin trimmed brown silk
military braid and ^nUl   soutache,   brown   satin   collar   and
cuffs,    Regular $35.00, for $15.00
Misses' Diagonal Serge Suit, in twill color, trimmed with
black military braid, and silk buttons. Regular $23.50,
for $17.50
Unusual Values in Heavy
Cotton Underwear
Heavy white cotton Ileece-lined Undervests. Watson's
Unshrinkable Drawers to match (open or closed) per gar-
ment        50c
Lighter weight white cotton Dndervests, buttoned
front, drawstring at neck, drawers to match, per garment    50c
Grey knit Dndervests, full sizes, drawers to match,
per garment 35c
Same Vests,  with   drawstring at  neck, without  buttons,
each 25c
Children's grey knil ladei'vests. some with drawstring
at neck, others with buttoned front, to lit sizes infants to
ten years.    Per garment  25c
We have a large viriety of Out Sizes, both in Natural
Woo!, Cotton  and   Union   Mixtures.
Smart, Stylish
Furs at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Marmol   Throw
witli    ermine
lined wiib imii
others u lib satin
to   $15     .-'ale   pi I, I    I
Wid-   Alaska   -    ���     I
Mnrmal Stole, trim I
ie   ids   and   tails i    I
sable of doubt- fu      \    I
Up  $27.60.  Sale  ju [
Marmot  and Gl I J
Throws,    lined    wild   .-:
Ri   ular values up to tti
sale price    WJ
Only   one   Mi- ���
tion   Ermine Stole, trims*
with   black   tal
clasp,   satin-lined   an     ' :
rug-shaped   mini       h'-;'
value  $15.     Sale  price $""!|
Children's White F n \j
(muff and tie), per SI ' I   \
Black   Astrachan  and
m y     Stole,     fancy ��� I
trimmed with tails.   Rej   |
values   up   in   $8.75.     Sa
price      0
Marmot    Throws    Vni
Ruff, Astrachan stole. Vi
lies      up      lo      $6.50.      '*.'
price   W
Important
Hosiery News
To those of our customers
who have been waiting for
our well-known "IDLAL'
Hose for women we announce the arrival of twenty
dozen. The high quality
and perfect shape are prominent features. We recommend these Hose to those
who have not yet worn
them. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10
inches.
54-inch Dress Suitings
75c Per Yard
REGULAR  $1.00 TO $1.50.
The best of materials In popular colorings and desll !
suitable   for   Women's  Costumes,   Skirts,   Coats,   Child
Coals,  Hoys'  Suits, etc.       Shown   in   this   special   lot  a I
Tweeds, Homespuns,   Venetians. Plaids and Overchecki   I
54  inches wide.    Special sale price to clear, yard *
Read Every Price and Profit
Merchandise can't well withstand the onslau
Immeasurably
ght of prices like these:
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid up Capital  Stock.   .. .$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total Assets   $61,046,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F- 8HUTE. Managtr.
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East Burnaby
Fifteen lots on Second Avenue, close to store and
TAPESTRY TABLE COVER
A big range to choose
from. Combinations of red
and green, red and gold,
green and gold, red with
plain centres, figured border,
also green, etc. Our prices
on these ought to run them
out of the store in 6hort
order.
Regular value $5.oo $3.75
��� postoffice, each
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
I   W.    S.    ROSE,  Merchants'Bank Building
TELEPHONE 334.
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SPECIAL    IN    ROLLER
TOWELLING.
Linen    Roller   Towelling,
plain or with colored border; light, medium or heavy
quality, 16 to 18 inches wide
���something thai you can
always use. \2 l-2o and lac
linen   for    9c
COMFORTERS.
Be comfortable during the
cold nights at little expense.
Clearing out all our Comforters. Big stock on hand,
all sizes: 60 by 72, 72 by
72, 72 by 78. Great variety
of colors, weights, etc.
Regular $2.00, $1.50.
Regular $2.76 and $3.on,
$1.95.
SEE     THE     UNMATCHED
VALUES    WE    OFFL.R   1N I
NOTTINGHAM    AND   B
BINET    LACE     CURTAINS|
THIS WEEK. (See Window'
Regular $1.50 values foi 95:l
$2.60 and $2.76 i��\
 $1,(5 |
$3.25 and
Regulai
nes for
Regular
ties for
Regular
ues for
All   soiled  or  single
at half price.
Flannelette     sheets,   m
white and grey; small, i"0'
dium and double-bed sl/(''
pink and blue border.
Reg. $1.26 values for.
Reg, $1.50 values for.
Reg, $2.oo values tor,
,  ,...$2.60
$5.00 and $6.60 V��J
 $3."
pairs
$1.15
$1.35
$1.80
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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