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 FIRtt
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 39.S
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
if DESIGNS fOR
NEW HOSPITAL
Decision on Competitive
Plans will not be Given
Till Expert Arrives.
., tne regular monthl)  meeting of
.    itai   board,   held   yesterday
, rerijoon,   the   plans   for   the   new
hospital were discussed, but were not
o] ���    ''���  as
joi e oi
help  them
1I1HH    IlilS
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C., THURSDAY  MORNING, FEBRUARY 17.  1910.
E FRENCH CANADIANS   | COAL MINERS S.KIKE
m m^ m\ may soon k mm
it   is   intended   to   hav i
lutside architect come here and
make   a   selection.     This
not  arrived,  but  will  prob-
.ti,iv uiake im appearance In a day or
,,���i will go thoroughly into the
(li;:. ,, ul plans with the board of gov-
eIThere are nine plans In all sent In
f.. the competition. Some of them
.���.. ,,,,.��� Seattle and other American
one from Calgary, one from
Edmonton and several trom other cit-
leg including, of course, Vancouver
and  Victoria.
The following report Horn the ladj
BUpeiintendent   ot   the  hospital   was
received:
��� j   ;., 4   to   submit   herewith   state-
,..,,.,   of  patients,   Royal   Columbian
1,  tor  the
lUlu:
Father O'Boyle  May Bring Out Many I 	
Quebec  Lumbermen  For Big  Mill     j Halifax   Workei'S   Convinced
in Near Future. ,,       , ttt>iv
Employers are V\ illing to
The Fraser River Lumber company \ Treat Them Fail'ty
may make another attempt to Becure
on i hands for their mill from lower
I Canada. Of the families brought out
lasl spring, over two-thirds arc still
working at the mill and are proving
Iverj satisfactory, and ll is rumored
that Father O'Boylo, who acted as
the c mpany's einissar) last year, will
slangy go east again oj a similar
mission. When called up ay tlie
News last night Father O'Boyle declined to either deny or confirm the
rumor, Baying that it was probable,
but thai he ha I made no definite
arrangements as yel with the company.
li is stated on good authority that
-OOALES'li'S AKDSOLDIERSmm &m BWS^ANDW SIIU
CLASH IN .____ TOWN
BOSS BOWSER'S BR1DBET
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
there are many of the French-Cana-1 the ('. M. W. men now on strike
dians   around  Quebec   whi,   are   very   Hie  iabor  trcable  was
anxious to come oui here il they are
Halifax, Feb. 16.- ' u early adjustment of the strike of the Dominion
eoal mini i. appei ��� more probable
tonighl than li li since the trouble
began, li Is l< t ��� d thai President
Plummer and u- teral Manager But-
ter of the Dom.'nion Steel and Coal
��� ��� .-any, gavi Interviews to Kev. G.
. : wick, Rev Mr. Gills and Rev.
rather Fraser at their general office
I I    Clare    b: y    today.      These   gentli -
men had conversation with Messrs.
Plummer, ttutler and Superintendent
McDougall and the company's position was fully discussed. Later
Pi"Osident Plummer received some of
mmammmmmm     n(1
gone ov^^D
rv i ;i CONSIDERATION
Cavalry Used to  Break  up!
Fighting   Hordes ��� Many
Badly Wounded.
Berlin, Feb. Iii.���Socialists and
their sympathizers who gathered in
the streets of Neumunster today and
E.   Mahone   Appointed   to   Represent
Burnaby in Orging Project on Dominion   Government.
At a meeting of the Burnaby board
of trade lasi evening the secretary
was instructed to telegraph to E.
Mahan, tl. ougb .1. D. Taylor, M. P.,
authorizing him to represent Burnaby
New SfWrcture Submerged
in Maelstorm of Inapplicable Verbiage.
refuse.I to disperse at the orders of [in  laying  before  the Dominion gov-
ihc advantages of the Sec-
length.
issured of a job when they got here.
The   high   wages,   which   are   more
'ban twice a.s much as they can pro-|half of the men
cure at   home, atiru'-t  t ^^^
month  of January, [company's plan of a'lowing each fam
lly a house and lot which will become
"Number   ol   patients   in   hospital   theirs   on   easy   payments   proves  to
January  I, 54;  discharged, 80; died,   be a  big inducement.
4- admitted duriig January, ss    re-      Although   there   have   been   many
*WaWam ~   reports to the effect that the men i
the military, were charged by the
troops and scores were taken to hospital, Buffering from horrible wounds.
The soldiers, sent to break up the
soi allstic demonstrations, charged
wi a fixed bayonets into compact
i, asses of men who were unable
owing to tlie crowded streets to escape the weapons ol' the  I mops.
Driven a bay by their very numbers, the mob turned on the soldiers
and  hand   to  hand  conflicts  raged in j urging  il   to   taki
tlie thoroughfares.   Calvalry was used . construction   of
eminent   ^	
oud Narrows bridge. Mr. Mahan is
the representative sent by the board
oi trade of North Vancouver to Ottawa to in go this scheme on the
government.
The meeting also discussed the
prospect of procuring better roads in
the municipality and passed a resolution, a copy of which will be forwarded to the provincial government,
iction toward the
permanent   roads   in
It   is   expected   that   good  results
vill   follow   these   interviews  on   be-
  ���������.   The coal company [ways, courts and houses.
em, and the I officials are prepared t,   < "elve any ;    Those taken to tlie hospitals
to break up the fighting hordes and  Burnaby.
only   when   they   were   ridden   down, j     The   meeting   also   transacted   the
trampled   beneath   horses'   hoofs   or | usual   amount   of   routine   business.
slashed   with   sabres,   did   the  social
ists break and run to shelter in door
       remaining January   31,  Tu;   number of
patients treated during January, 152;
mtmbi i of hospital days, 2299; num-
i���,   0|   maternity   eases   treated   In
,,,;,  ���_[..  received from paying pa-
.   ���          105.48;   number  of  patients
al   today,   February   Hi.  81.
"MARY MARTIN,
"Lady Superintendent."
Thi  -  pn sent at the meeting were
ningham   (in   the   chair),
UBi -i. Mrs. Broad, Mrs. Hill,
' imeB Johnston. M, Sin-
,  ines and W. II. Keary.
PASS! ii IIS MAY THAI
m FOR SAVING LiVrSi
Passengre  Train   Plunges   Down   Embankment, But Layer of the Beautiful   Acts   as   Cushion.
.Md.'i cal. Fib. 18.���A local passc'i-
gei train on the Waterloo branch oi
I ntral Vermont railway was
wn i lied tonight near W< si Shef-
I, Q lebec, nine persons being Injun I, none seriously.
Prom sonic cause al present unknown, the two n ar cars of the train
���eft the rails and plunged down a
fifteen-foot embankment, the rear
Car a first class passenger ear, in
which most of the injured people
were riding, tinning over completely.
The heavy snow ou the ground pre-
renti d loss" of life.
Min;ng   Engineers   on   Strike.
Butte, Mont., Feb. 10.���Most of the
mining engineers in the Banc distrlcl went on strike today.   This was
I ��� d by the inineowners' refusal
i" grant concessions in certain juris-
i tlonal disputes. The union officials
declared a shutdown of all mining
operations in the district and threaten! d a walkout.
________________________   nl"
ported l isl year were far from satis-
facti ry, thi y w 're largely exaggerated i ���. prominence whenever
one oi two of the least efficient fam-
llii ��� gol homesick and went back
east.
Those thai  are still  with the company are good, reliable workmen.
strikers  who   ask   for   an  Interview
with the managemi nt,
The attitude of the company is regarded  most   fa-, irnbly  by
intelligent  of '.he
convinced   thai   th
inclined to treat them fairly
were
suffering   from  terrible    mutilations.
Man; of tlie victims lost ears, noses
or hands from the sabre slashes.
Heads were
Tlie treasurer reported that he had
received fees amounting to $Ti_. which
he had deposited in the hank. Four-
new members were elected to the
board.
SMALLPOX   EPIDEMIC   SCARES
��� ho   most ' Heads were laid open and deep stab
"ii   who are  now j wounds fro i bayonets were inflicted.
new officials  are j Many  of the injured    are in a precarious CondiLon and several may die.
The toll of blood paid by the socialists today  ciiipnasied the protests of
their de.egates  when    the    Prussian
new franchise bill  was
WEDDED     ON     ROLLER     SKATES.
Tacoma   Couple   Are     Married   Under
Peculiar   Circumstances.
A MASSACHUSETTS TOWN : governmenl
'adopted
North Brookfield, Mass., FeK, 16.���
Every   person     in   North    Bro kfield
Following the adoption of the measure, rioting i,y Socialists occurred in
KEEN  ON  SEEING  BLAST;
NOW HE'S IN THE HOSPITAL
Albernl, Feb. Hi.���A lad of about
seventeen or eighteen years was en-
gaged in thawing dynamite. He had
a stick of the powerful explosive in
one of liis hands, lie was new on the
jeb. and everything round about Interested him, He heard someone, not
far away, sing out a warning of a
blast. The lad did not think of ducking behind a tree and under Its sheltering limbs. He wanted to see what
was going to happen. He heard a
noise, saw the air filled witli flying
rock, and then lie felt a pain that
made him forget where hi- was and
why lie was there. A large piece of j
rock had struck him on the wrist of
tlie hand in which he held the dynamite, and had broken some bones.
The dynamite dropped harmlessly to
tlie ground, and was in no way damaged. The lad is now in the hospital,
lint his case is not serious.
mav   have     to   be    vaccinated.     The   various parts of the empire
smallpox  epidemic  which    broke  out I    Dispatches were received here from
here several days ago is snreadii %
and the board of health is ^onsidT'r-
Ing an order for general vaccination.
All churches, public Bchoois, libraries,
lodge rooms and other public places
have been ordered  -dosed.
'Cassel today stating that no less than
six riots took place there when tlie
police   attempted    to    disperse   mass
The question of tlie new gn :'.-
stand at the exhibition grounds ls
slid far from decided. The lneetin;;
between ihe council and ihe directors of the It. A. \nd I. society las!
nigi.t was a wordy affair, but ended
iu the maiiei- being referred to the
R, A. and 1. society and the lacrOB! ���
club to. bring in a pian of what kind
of a building they proposed lo erect,
so the mailer is not much further advanced than ii wa:, in the first place.
Tha lacrosse club was noi represented, all the delegates appoiuted
from that body being out of town or
otherwise engaged. ,
T. J. Trapp, W. it. Glllej and J. B
Kennedy, on behalf of the society,
stated  their  views  oil  tlie  subjee'   a
i length, showing bow necessary it waa
to have decent accommodations a'
Hie lair grounds if tlie city wanted
to derive the largest possible benefl
from the exhibition. Mr. Trapp said
that   it   was   especially   necessary   to
'make   an   extra   effort   this,   year,   a.
Vancouver-  was  making  a  stir  for  a
! large fair there, and the object of
the movement was more or less prejudicial to the interests of the Royal
City.
; "I was speaking to some of the
delegation from Vancouver, which
was in Victoria lately seeking government aid for their project, and I cold
JAPANESE OIL INVENTION
IS   PURCHASED   BY   STANDARD
IRISH MEMBERS Will NOT
EMBARASS GOVERNMENT
Victoria, Feb. 16.���Japanese news-W0 the commanders of departments
papers at Osaka publish a story that throughout Germany to hold them-
Nakahnra Riklnesuki, a dealer in ' solves in readiness for active service
vegetable oils, had Invented artificial ,imi if js believed that if the dlaor-
petroleum and had sold all rights in ders increase, troops mav supplant
his invention to the Standard Oh the police in the work of malntain-
eompany.    The story  is. that experi-  jntr order.
merits which commenced seven years j The emperor's palace has been
ago met with success two years ago. j double-guarded and light artillery is
when the Standard Oil officials lnvlt- nPar at Mamj rn casp 0f emergency,
ed him to demonstrate hi? artificial Several batteries were packed near
oil. and have male an agreement with \ the pa.ace last Sunday when the riots
Tacoma,   Feb.   16.���George   Perkins
and   Miss  Grace  Johnson   were   married on  roller skates at a ring here
last  night   after  a  courtship  of  five
years.    The entire wedding parly  Including   ring-bearer,   bridesmaid   and
best   man  with  a  couple of dozen  ac- ,__________________���
companylng  friends  rolled   Bmoothly tnem ,tnat tnf,-v were a lot of hogs
out of a welting room and after cir-1 remarked Mr. Trapp.
cling tlie rink  to the time of a wed- ''     It  was  the  general   opinion   of  the
ding   march,   b.ought   up   before   tlie council   that   all   that  could   be  clone
meetings    of  socialists    gathered  to   bandstand where Rev. B. B. King was for the fair should be done, but that
protest against the franchise lull.        'waiting. rt would have to wait and  see how
The  disorders   today   are  an   after- |     ,\n  effort   had  been   made  to  have much the ordinary expenditure of the
math of more than fifty riots through- ' the preacher wear skates during  the city  would  be  before  they promised
out  the    country   last   Sunday.    The 1 ceremony,  but   lie  flatly  refused   and any financial aid.    Mayor Lee stated
government   is   fearing  that   tlie  so-1 st0od    square-toed    and      flat-footed that it was his opinion that the city
ciaiists  may  discover their strength I while tying the    nuptiai knot.    The should be directly represented on the
land revolt will threaten the present I redding   was   followed   by   a   '-rand board   of  control,   as  it   owned   Hie
chancellory.    Orders have been given | march  on   roller  skates,  led  by   the grounds on which the exhibition was
bride and groom.
him for assignment of his rights
the invention, proposing to erect
big factory  near Fukuska,
n i
were at  their height.    Later thr
ar-
Quite   Probable   John   Redmond   and
His   Followers  Will   Be  Neutral
on Budget Issue.
Woollen Company Bankrupt.
Augusta, Me., Feb. 16.���The Oakland Woollen company, which operates mills at Oakland, went Into the
hands of a receiver today. Justice
C Cornish, at a hearing in the supreme court .appointed A. S. Knuff to
take charge of the property. The
company has liabilities of about $200,-
VER WORK IN CITY IS
I'iiOliRESSING FAVORABLY
London, Feb. HI.���It is declined today on good authority that John E.
Redmond, who together with Johu
Dillon and T. P. O'Conner visited
Chancellor Lloyd George after the
cabinet council yesterday, assured
Lloyd-George that the general body
of Irish members would make no deliberate attempt to embarrass the
government, whatever might be the
minister's decision as lo the order of
dealing with the budget and veto
questions,
DEBATE CONTINUES ON
THE NAVAL QUESTION
MacDonald, of Plcton, Raps the Tories For Casting ilnsinuations on
Loyalty of Laurier.
Ottawa, Feb. 10.���The debate on
the naval bill, which was continued
in the house yesterday, developed
tome acute partisan feeling. E. M-
MacDonald, of Plctou, for two and a
half hours belabored the opposition
for doubting the loyalty of Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Mr. MacDonald dwelt at length
upon the allegation that whereas the
Laurier proposals would do something
for Canada. Mr. Borden's emergency
contribution would    not be of    local
tillery   was  withdrawn,  but  :s  being | b��  will
held within easy reach of the Kaiser-   $19.
hof. ���
Broad Shoulders Saved Him.
Hagerstown. Md., Feb. 16.���Bobbed
and beaten by three masked men. his
head thrust Into a blazing furnace,
from wliich it was withdrawn onlv b -
cause the door was not large enough
to admit his shoulders, nnd I hen placed on a flywheel, is the treatment
which John Neibert, an engineer, received here tonight It Is believed
recover.    His  assailants  got
MUCH TOBACCO BURNT
TO HELP BOWLERS TRAVEL
Smoker   in   Aaid   of   San   Francisco
Trip a Great Success���Good Program Given.
held. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Trapp remarked that lie had
.heard that the lacrosse club would
not render any assistance if tlie
grandstand were not built right next
to the oval. He thought that this
would be the ruination of the whole
thing, as ft wouid spoil fhe appearance of the ground and render the
grandstand useless except for seeing
games on the oval. The stock parade
was now one of the features of the
show, and lie thought that the ptand
ought to be in such a position that
th��> peonl,. in it would haze an unobstructed view of the track and the
stock parade.
Alderman Welsh admitted that lt
was the intention of the lacrosse club
to ask that the stand be built against
the oval but he did not know that
they would    refuse    assistance if it
���  'were built elsewhere.
,,,.,-.!    Alderman  Bryson agreed with Mr.
Members  of   Municipal  Council   Wart   Trapp ,lbout tne benefit of the stock
Upon Mr. Bose and Present Him      parade but he did not want to help
H 'anything in the nature of the pioteb-
sionaiism.    Said he, "I will not vote
any  of  the  citizens'  money   to  help
WORK OF FX-REPVE BOSE
AP^RFCiATEO IN SURREY
With Chair and Address.
Thls"p;-obah.y  means  that even .if j beneflt.   llefeU foul of_Mr.Monk ami
  'professionalism,    lt lowers' the stand-
.   , r.     t, ���.,i.,v   a   niPnanni   sunrise   ard of mankind.   The people now do
The Xew Westminster bowlers held      On   Thursday   a   pleasant   suprise ^      ^        ^ ^^ ^^    g^
l smoky smoker last night In the I. was  giveni  to  Mr.   Me  Wf  "T����J one say    -Vancouver is coming over
O.  O.   F.  hall.      The object  of the members of the Surrej council, wM ��                        be a
smoker was to raise funds to send a waited upon him at hisJ*���*���*��� come' on up to the game.'   I'm afraid
live-man  bowling  team  to the  great th ei n ��t     fjjresent nig an *M*U lf W��1 w.intPto meet the tastcs ot the
San    Francisco    tournament,   which and a handsome chair.   The adORM, we           haw          ^ coun.
starts on March 20 and continues for j beautifully  Illuminated,  was read  Dy 	
a week.
The smokers wi��l clear about $50
from last night's concert, and this,
added to their present balance, will
give them about $200 for the trip.
A first-rate program of singing was
given,    the    soloists    being    Messrs.
Reeve Sullivan, as follows: itenanoing bull fights."
"Mr. Harry Bose���Dear Kriend: We, | Alderman Bryson's remarks about
the present reeve, cierk and coun- professionalism, rather nettied Alder-
cillors of Surrey municipality, can man Gray who remarked that the
not let this opportunity puss with- New Westminster lacrosse team was
out expressing our appreciation of not and never had been a profession-
the generous  manner  in   which  you   al team.   Alderman Bryson held that
of   Lords   veto   the   Nationalists   will   fanned the    smouiaering Ijohndro   who  occupied  the  chair  In   and honest  manner it. which all mat-   read)  reached.   __    __ _^|
a..��� �����!..,*    ����     fl.rt    l.nHtrnt    1 rJIPP. ' ******** **mmmmmmmmmmmmw^^^^^
The  work  of  fixing  up  the  sewers
of the city, on  which  the city en-
sinccr has been engaged for the past
several months, is now nearing completion, The Columbia street sower,
'"'tween McNeeley a.id Fourth ocreel
is all completed with the exception
��* a few house and gulley connections, at which workmen are now en-
Raged. The Bcgbie street overflow
Bewer from Columbia street to the
fiver, put in to carry off the surplus
Btorm water ,wlll be finished in a fpW
Qays, This work practically coin-
Pl��tes the Columbia Btreet sewage
Bystem, although lt still remains for
the workmen to dig up the old box
���ewer between Sixth and Eighth
��'nets. This sewer has been in use
fr" i long time, and while It is being
removed people with sensitive noses
Would do well to refrain from using
tnetn on the city's main thoroughfare.
Tbe odor which at present pervades
1,10 atmosphere Is simply gas which
"M leaked from the gas mains dur-
Wg the past fifteen years and become
absorbed in the ground. The pro-
Oks of remodeling which Columbia
���treW Ib now undergoing releases
Baa���hence the odor. However, this
Knell wlrt probably he comi>.rtely
'���'Hl'sed when the ^ld box sewer is
'','1 Dg removed.
restrain  from  voting on  the budget
However-, it is thought Premier As-
iliilth will satisfy the Irish leader as
to this, and that he will promise
some concessions to Ireland in the
next budget which would justify the
Nationalists In supporting the gov-
ment.
THIRTY-ONE   CHINESE   DIE
IN  COAL  MINE   EXPLOSION
Victoria. Feb. 10.���From Manchuria
the Suverlc brought news of a tragedy at the Fushun colliery, near
Llaoyang. worked by Japanese since
the war with Russia. Dynamite for
blasting weighing 900 pounds exploded and thirty-one Japanese and Chinese were killed and many Injured.
The men below were safely brought
to the surface.
National League Deadlock.
New York, Feb. 16.���The National
league magnates are still deadlocked
on the schedule question. They convened at two o'clock this afternoon
and remained In session until tonight, unable to decide on either 168
or the 154 game schedule. The debate will be resumed at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Chicago, Feb. 16��� Bdward 8. Aver-
Ill, for sixteen years general superintendent of the United States Express
company, died today.
race.
Dr. Roche, the member for Marquette, poked fun at the apparent
unanimity of the government supporters, who, ho said, were swallowing an Independent Canadian navy because the pill was so coated witli
party patronage and the public works.
Late last, night Mr. Goodeve, of
Kootenay, in a strong speech, supported Mr. Borden's amendment, and
the debate was adjourned by Mr.
Mlchaud, of New Brunswick.
TELEGRAPH  LINE  PROPOSED.
	
MacKenzie A Mann Will Build One
from Coast to Coatt.
Montreal, Feb. 16.���It was announced here yesterday that MacKenzie & Mann will soon begin the construction of a commercial telegraph
line from ocean to ocean along the
line of their railway from Fort William to Edmonton and at other points
In the different provinces as far as
roads are built. M.J. N. Greenshields,
K. C, will leave for London in a few
days to do some legal work ln connection with the Canadian Northern
telegraph floatation.
P.-1, Man Married.
San Francisco, Feb. li.���Francis
P. Gosa. city editor of the Seattle
Post-Intelligencer, and Miss Marie
Antoinette Lieber, of Seattle, were
married tonight in the parlors of the
���Hotel Holland.
the absence of Dave Gilchrist,
thanked the company for their assistance ln helping along In the good
work.
A feature of the evening was a boxing bout betweJn two local fans, wbo
managed to keop the event a secret
from the police. Altogether a rare
good night was spent, and the evening cosed with the singing of "Auld
Lang Syne."
BODY FOUND IN SURF
WOULD  INDICATE  MURDER
Atlantic City, N. J., Feb. 16���The
funeral of Jane Adams, whose body
was found in the surf here on Sunday
last, and whom the police believe
was murdered, was held this s'ter-
noon from the establishment of a local  undertaker.
No clue - has been found by the
police to the whereabouts of F. Sey-
ler, the young married man, or his
younger brother, both of whom were
ln the girl's company the night she
disappeared.
ters of Importance relative to the ar- i The mayor finally succeeded in
duous position of reeve were dealt stopping the wordfest and the matter
with by you. We ask your accept- was referred to a committee as afore-
ance of. this chair as a slight token said. Mayor Lee let it be understood
of the esteem in which you are held that the council was In a position to
by us, and hope you may spend many promise nothing until the estimates
years In  the municipality for which | were made    up and    the deputation
you have done so much.
"T. J. SULLIVAN, Reeve.
"J. S. INGLIS, Ward 1,
"J. E. MURPHY, Ward 2.
"DANIEL JOHNSON, Ward 3.
"R. D. MacKENZIE, Ward 4.
"JOHN KEERY, Ward 5.
"E. M. CARNCROSS, Clerk."
The   chair  ts   handsomely   upholstered ln green leather.
Mr. Bose, to whom this was a complete surprise, made an appropriate
speech acknowledging the presentation, after which a social evening was
spent.
from the R. A. _ I. had to be content with the assurance that the matter would receive the consideration
of the council when a definite proposition was made by the parties interested.
8ALT  LAKE  TEMPEST
WASHES AWAY RAILWAY
Herbert Gladstone Peer.
London, Feb. 16.���Herbert Gladstone, secretary of state for home affairs, and who through a recent appointment 1b about to become governor-general of British South Africa,
was elevated to the peerage yester-
iday.
Salt Lake, Utah, Feb. 16.���Through
train service over the Western Pacific railroad ls tied up as a result
of the tempest yesterday on the Great
Salt Lake. The waves beat down the
roadbed, where lt crosses the shallow
southern arm of the lake, tore out
long stretches of the road, and plied
masses of debris on other portions.
Ten miies of the line must be repaired, and two or three miles rebuilt.
SOCIALISTS IN GERUANY
BOYCOTT TAXED DBINHS
Berlin, Feb. 16.���The Socialist boycott and increased taxes have reduced materially the consumption of
brandy in Germany. Since October
1 the production of alcohol in all
forms has declined by 6,380,000 gallons.
The Socialists are maintaining the
boycott to prevent the empire from
securing the intended revenue from
the alcohol tax and to rob the agrarians of the benefits which they would
secure through the specla, discriminations ln their favor contained In
ithe law. ;
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i PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRl
',
RAILWAY BILLS ARE
COMING UP NEXT WEEK
Classified Advertisements.
Important Legislation will
Follow Presentation of
Budget to B. C. House.
Victoria. Feb. 16.���On t_a authority
of the premier it is announced that,
according  to  the     .. I >ns of the
government,   the   ��� D a   for   the
year, will be presented to the legis-
Lauire either tomorrow oi on i .>
oay, tne bj .. lug tuen delivered bj  H _  Bows ..  -
of finance. Almost immediately there-
HIUH _te Dl���8 i-uiuud..!..- ure .;.. -������- -
menu made by the t,overnment witu
ie*>y*sci to i���e oon&uucuun uii
briusa Columbia of t_e CaLadiaii Nor-
toeru, ami foi the building ai=o ot
the _ettle Rlvei tt'abej railway, will
be  i ad i ]   in*   in
tention i= tbat   the    budfc- ���-.    d
ut_U be continued over fiom day to
da..,   a.-   .-	
may, wltl    u .... :ru_ long-es-
uuuuineu custom;   u_a later, consideration ��� : princi]        ad the I
i......  of tl      i   ..'���-���j.y   bills,  and  also
the details    I ���   UmaU -  for the
year, will  be carried forward simul-
taneously, coi  .       ion of
the  - ...    public ser
vices and also ol the multifarious . -
tails ol ������ -    occupying
the attention of the ��� ��� -   -
sittings in the very near future. The
railway legislation oi the session, as
the house was advised during yes er-
uay'- si    ������... ...   ...     ..   .j.   pi' si nt-
ed at the beginning i
ample time will be afforded ior full
appreciation and consideration of this
legislation before the completion of
supply, in accordance with the obligation in this respect given by the minister of finance some few days ago.
The intimation in this behalf was
made by the premier toward the close
of yesterdays silting���alter, indeed,
the first minister had made the motion usually and necessarily preliminary to the motion that "the house
do rise."
As a question of privilege. Mr,
Brewster then asked the premier if
ho could give any intimation to the
house with regard to the time that
the most important legislation for
which the session was convened was
to be brought down, namely, tho railway acts? Tlie house had already-
dealt with several important hills and
the session was growing old, and it
was but fair thai m< tubers should
now have some .statement from the
leader ol the government as to when
the i ..- .; d Northi rn bill would be
placed bi fore the noose
Hon. Mr. Bride: "i have very
great pi butc Indeed iu advising my
honorable friend that in ail probability the pn 11 of the governi ��� il
in regai I to I i forthern
and the Kettle River Valley railways
will  be submitted  _, the legislature
r-.Lrly  next   week.     It  J ���    decid
ed,  be/ore  these  bi Is are ]      ented
that  we  Khali   have  the  budge)   and
'���'���'     ' Bles   for   tbe   year   brought
down, so that the business of t},<
sion may be fairly cieam d up b
r,1's" ' ���   ��� : ed.   Hon.
orabh     . . .    . ,hege
rtant
that we should devote as much time
a*>  posslh .���..,...   ,i.(.y
c/'rn" ' The bill will
be brought a early next week, or
immediately after the presentation of
the budget."
WANTED.
WANTED ��� GIRL   TO    WORK    IN
laundry.   Apply New Method Laundry.
WE NEED TWO GOOD DONKEY
engines and equipment: prefer to
rent rather than buy. or will contract cedar claim. Westminster
Mill Co., Ltd., Box 10
WANTED���A   GIRL   TO    HELP    IN
-��� '.eral    housework.      Apply
Fourth Btreet, and Third avenue.
WANTED���BY     A     FRENCH-CANA-
dian   lady,  pupils  to  learn   French
.   language.   Anyone wishing to leara
correct   French,   please   write   M
D. G.. Daily News office.
WILL    PAY    A    FAIR    PRICE   FOR
- -���!���   bolts.    See us at mill i Oi
or  at  Room  9,  Bank of Com- i
buinline.    Address Bo:   :        West-
Mill Co., Ltd.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
���  ������-.  for  suite of  thre    room    li
Dominion  Trust  block   famished if
so desired.    Phone L381.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B,C, Coast ���. Sailings
B.  C.  COAST  SERVICE.
S lib -- from C. P. R. wharf, Vancouver.
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. daily.
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. daily; 11 p. m.
Monday.
To Onion and Comox���2 P- m.
Tuesdays   and   Thursdays.
To Alaska and Northern B. C���11
p. m. January 8, 15 and every following Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of a . ���
S a. m. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, from B C. Coast wharf. New
Westminster. B. C.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET. Agent.
N< v>- Wi st minster,
or
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
LAND   ACT.
WILSON   _  COOK
Northern  Crown   Ba-ik  Building,  New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
New  Westminster  Land   D strict,  Dis        Re the west half of -
trict of New Westminster. 5, North, range 5 v.
Take  notice  that   William  Garland Bter district
McQuarrie, of    New Westminster,  B.      Whereas. Prool of
C,  oecuaption.    barrister  at  law,  in- tificate of Title n ,
tends to apply for permission to pur- the name of J.   \
���    .
street,   50   by   J ���-
site.     Price   $200
LOT     n   Agnes
splendid   home
one-third ca-
HOUSE  AND   LOT  on  Agnes  street.
t rooms, 1 illy   modem.    Price
T_       >.        .   -:.. balance easy.
THREE    COTTAGES   AND    THREE
LOTS,   fa If   block   from   car
817        Thesi   cottages  are rented
m mth, returning ov< i   16
per cent.    J6O0 cash handles this.
CORNER    LOT.    Tenth    street
chase the following described  lands    been filed In thl
Commencing at a pos;   planted  on      Notice Is hereby
the shore of    Welcome  Pas    at tin   al the ezpira'tion ol
Southwest corner of Lot  147s, group   tbe date of the flrsl ;
1   New   Westminster-   district,   then,.    jn a daily new ;
City of New y ���
plicate of tbe Bal I
in  the  mi   i I
made to me in wi; .
C. S   .
District Ri -. ���
Land   Ri gistxy   11
ster, Ii. C, Janu
easterly  following    the    south  boun
dar yof said Lot HTS, 40 chains more
! or  less  to the  westerly   boundary   ol
Timber  Limit    38,783,    thence  south
along the said weftei      boundary   of
said  Timher  Limit  38.783   4-  chi
; more or less to the southwest cornel
I of said Timbei  Lil ill   ;  ��� no  i asterly
I following the south boundary of said
'Timber Li:.       I chains more or less
thence
��� ���
tl
^r,.,_n    -~.,    itul      ,     t"        'f to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
S_th avenue   cleareoA in front of westerly    and    northerly
Moody   Bq.ua*.     $11 0 I,    one-third a)ocg ^ ?,OR, of halfmoon Hay and
' '-=n- Wi le ���:��� e Paaa to i   inl    I    i mi - n i
WILL   GIVE   EXPERIENCED   U "���-
ger a pood show on cedar clal
also  have  a  pood   bolting  proposition  m offer.      Westminster    Mill
Co., Ltd., Box 1003.
V/ANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SEC-ROOMED   FURNTSH-
������ . central Ul ]
s to L. R. F. Dally News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OH SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possi ssl n !'��� I i nary. Apply P. 0. Box 971, City.
ROOMS   TO    RENT.
FOR KENT���COMFORTABLE FTJRN-
ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Eighth and  Ninth streets.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM.
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FI'R-
nished rooms. Apply 'JIT Fifth
avenue, near Tenth  street.
CANADIAN PAOflC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
making  direct   connections    for    all
:     its in  E istern Canada and D
gi  ��� k      .stoke local and connec
tor  Si ittle and all points south
j.   .. s   ,] j j    i(   8:35;   Agassiz   meal
at  5:05  p.  m.
For further particulars apply  to
ED. COLLET,
C. P. R. Agent
or C. B. FOSTER, A.O.P.A. Vancouver
Welcome Pass to ; ��� Inl ol eommi
FINE HOME on Fourth avenue,i Ighl   ment containing "ne hundred and six-
-   ���   ly i      en    lot 80 bj  146-
Price 11700   01    Pfl    cash.
HOUSE  of six n Kim ti   n( i
-----        one-i        caah
HOUSE���New
-.    S      ' $3200
-thi d cas .
HOUSE .md barn -.��� n housi
on   FifT!i    avenue,   | -
sh.
HOUSE���New   five-i b   .
St    Andrew.-    strei
third cash.
ty 1160 acr.-s mon  or '���   ���>
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAC'..-.
Agent for Willi:-.:   G     ind McQ iar-
rie.
Da-, d, November 23rd   '
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
e notiei tl t thirt) lays after
date. I. Ah xander i i
:... r, of Mate : B I'.. Intend to apply for a dc dei to pros] et for coal
and petroleum on the following des-
HOUSE of seven rooms, near corner scribed lands:
of Twi ftl   Btreet and sixth avenue,      ,-��� post sel  a<   the
*1"   i    -;T     c-     balance ae rent    southi   rt cornet Districi   Lei   65
COTTAGE���Ti  -room   -roup  2,  .'��� ti  li District,
���   tl -��� . on :��� - '... by 100; $800, V   I. and a arke I Ah xander Cruickshank's
northeast coi ni r;  thence wi b! io the
CHICKEN    RANCH���Fine    chicken  intersection of   the section    line be-
ranch in Cloverdtli tween  sections  31   and  32, township
_, o_ 16,  with   the   southern    boundary  of
^���'District  I. il   64,  group  2,  New  Wi Bt-
n Insti r  ' ith    one
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New West       ...
City.
Whereas, prool ���    I
. i   Title   N
sued   in  the i
burgb, has ���,    : i in i
Notice is hen
at the explratii ���
the   date   of    ���  ���    ���
hereof in a dailj
iti the City ot New ..
a duplicate of the said i ei
less in thi   ! ��� ���
be made to me li   i
C. .-
Dis-: i  ���
Land   Regl try O
sti r, H. C, Feb
Fifth  avenue   betwi       Tenth   and
Eleventh streets; > anj kind of
as you want.
LOTS���Five full sized lots in Sapperton, $226 each.
TWO LOTS-
i    third  cash
B. 15
LOST.
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN WITH TWO
gold bands. Return to News office
and receive reward.
LOST���GOLD V-TCII, AMERICAN
\. altham, bei ween McKenzie's
drug store and postofflce corner.
.- ��� ibl�� reward on returning same
to  Dally  News  ofiice.
FOUND.
FOC   D ���  OVERCOAT,   BETWEEN
i j    en's avi nue and Fom th streel
Owner can have Bame by calling at
the poilce Btation.
FOUND���A FISHING BOAT.   OWNER
must claim  same withl    tei   davs
C. Mackie. Millslde.
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the   city.
21-MEA.L   TICKET    $4.50
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
$315 each, one
HOUSE AND LOT on Roya] avenue.
rented for $26 a month; $3000, one-
third cash.
mile;   thi I   one  mile-,   then--e
north  one  mile  to the  polni
mencement and containing about 640
acres.
ALEX   CRUICKSHANK
January 28,  1910.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Wev-
LAND  ACT.
fully
$7000
Form of Notice, District of New W:st
minst;r.
Take   notice   that   John   Ferdll
Baggs,  ol   N�� Ison   Island,  oci up ti
farmer,  intend-   to   apply   tor   ;���
y'"      ;   -   ::   to   purchase   the   following   <! -
HOUSE ���Ten-roomed house.
modern, on Queen's avenue;
cash for a few days.
SIX-ROOMED   HOUSE   and   two   lots
on Second street  betweei
avenue and   Third   avenue;    $350.. ^��l8_'i_i_f.
$1000 cash. ecnoea tanns.
'    mmenclng  al  ,���.  posi   planted  a
SEVEN-ROOMED  HOUSE on Fourth 'lie southea I   corner ol  Timbei   I.������'
avenue  between   Tenth   and   Blev- 37341    aboul   om    mill    northeast   ":
enth  streets, splendid  view.   $3000, ,lf';"1   "f   Billings   Bay,   thence   north
$500 cash. ' 40 chains to or near small lake, th nc<
-inxc   -r       , ,, , f':is'   40   chains,    thence    south
i     ?7l   ',t;'Z'      ""r'';im1' chains, thence w��st 40 chaii    I
small house; $1400, half cash. of    commencement,    containing    160
LOTS ���Thieo  lots  on  Ottawa  Btreet, acres  more or  less.
all   cleared,   close   to   new   cut-off. .        JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
% '������ 0 per lot. Name of Applicant.
HOUSE   Modern    seven-room   house       [J  .       Wad. & *���    '
and barn, between Oak and Fi  .
streets. $3600, $1000 cash. ~���
Take notii e that thl
i   te,  I,  Barl
Westminster,  B.  C, ���
to   the   Assistant    C ;
Lands  for   right 1
and   petroli um   undi
described lands:
Commencint:   at     a     post
Barl ' ��� ���
set   at   1
Lo*   '   '.     thei ce    bi  il
thi -   -   e haif ��� ��
noi tb on< h If n lie   thei
half mile, thi nee oorl
thence   west   one   mill ;
commencement
BARBARA Mi
Var Georce E. Conner  Vgent
January  29,  1910,
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
WILSON  &  COOK
Northern   Crown   Bank   Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phcne   646.
Open  Evenings.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Wei ster.
Take  notice  that  1.
Cnlloch Bell, of Vi rn . intend
to   apply    for   a    h,f>ti...    ,.
for coal and petrole . folton
ing described lands:
Commencing at a i
M, Bell's Bouthe ist <
one   mile  south   of   ' wbere
tho   section   line   bl I
13 and 16 Intersect with I
boundary  11  District   Lot i
2. New Westmlnsti r d
west one-half mile, thei
mile, thence east one-1   I
point where the Bectlor  :
ihloa  13  and   16   I
Tender.-   will   b'   receive.i   b^-   the the southern boundar;    I
undei  : di !   ip to the ll     of Febrn- 46,   group  2.   New   Wi
ary, 1910, al  Ip  m . for the construe- trict,   thencp   south   to 1
tion   of   Barnston    island   dyke   and commencement,  a  disl i
For Tasty  and   Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON    BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,   PHONE   388.
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if you specify   our    materials.
The finality 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 apd do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
JOSEPH  TRAVERS.
Rentals, Real Estate and Farm Properties, 707 Columbia street. l'h mea
���Office 30*4, house A'".11.
woi ks.
Plans   and   specifications   may    he
seen and forms nf tender received :>t
ddence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston   Island, or at  the orTtco of
Mr.    II.    Nevlle-Smlth, engineer    in
-charge, rooms 4-6, Dupont  Block, Co-
Seven-room   house,  all   modern,   on   lumbia  Btrret  New Westminster.
Warren   avenue,   off   Third   avenue       A   deposit  equal   to   five   per   cent
and Sixth street:  price $2400   $700   ��J  f'10  amount   of  contract   must  he
cash, balance ?2o per month. mado   with   each   tender,   bv   marked
Modern   eight-room   house    between !rnof",p  parable  to  the   Commission-
Third    and    Fourth    avenues     lot :prs narn!5,on  Wand  Lyking District
one   mile.
ELIZABETH  McClTLl
January 28, 1910.
Pei ie orgi   B  Com
"Lifebuoy  Soap  Is  di '     '      ��� '
reshing for batl   or tollei
Ing  underclothing   It
Cleanses and purifies.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
planted In fruit: pood stake- price
$2800, cash $1600, balance $is per
month.
Lot on Second street, close In; price
$826, $:'.25 cash, balance arranged.
Lot on Regina street; price $02.",, one.
third cash, balance easy.
FOR  FIRST CLASS
����������������������������������������������
���
���
���
���
���
�������������������������������������������
Dog Medicine
All Kinds
Job Printing!
arrow press j Ryall's Drug Store
739   FRONT  ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK   | *^ ZD %w-^*w m    "**"
"roDtietress, Mrs. M. Domlny.
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
We Oive Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW Is the hest time to start one
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.)��������������������������������
I - ' i
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F. 8HUTE. Manager.
Do You Want a
Furnace Installed
in your house, if   so see us.     We sell the
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
CITY BF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWER PC'E.
The Council is desirous of *ece' Inn
tenders for the supply of Vilified
Sewer Pipes.
Specifications, approximate quantities and further Information can he
obtained from th0 City Engineer.
All tenders must he delivered to
thr; undersigned, marked "Tenders
for Sewer Pipes," by 5 p. m. of February 21, 1910.       W. A. DI'NCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Hall, January 27, 1910.
which will hp returned to the unsuccessful bidders.    The lowest or any
tendi r not n^co^sarllv accepted.
COMMISSIONERS   BARNSTON
ISLAND DYKING DISTRICT,
en  h,  Nevlle-Smith, C.  B., Rox 413,
New Westminster. P>. C.
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All   boats  having  full  masts  must
pass on the south side of the draw.
Hy order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 20, 1910.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New we.,mi��.,��r, & c
English Watc .liit-k'r
Gold Watcjes for Latil,s from $12V5
up.
Silver Waichcs,    gents'   open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open   case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  Horn   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
In the matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 13, B.
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia.
and ln the matter of the Estate of
John  Scott   Macdonnell,  deceased.
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison, dated the 7th day of
January. 1910 tenders will be received up to January 21, 1910, by the
undersigned for th,. purchase 0 all
the Estate and Interest of John 5 ' itt
Macdonnell and his heirs In and to
all nnd singular that certain parcel
or tract of umd and premises above
mentioned.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE.
District   Registrar   of     th,-.   Supreme
Court of British Columbia.
NOTICE.
Notice Ib hereby given that the
'Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to Ills Excellency, tho Governor General In Council, for the approval of a certain slto
for the construction of certain booms
nnd booming grounds in the Pitt
River, ln the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, plans of said boom* nnd
booming grounds, together with n
description of the site thereof nnd
have also deposited a duplicate of
each In the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the said District of New
Westminster,  In   which   District  said
works are proponed to be constructed,
In accordance with the requirements
of Seelnn 7 of tbe "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
Dated ihe nib day of January, 1910
WHITESIDE* EDMONDS
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ivfflce 'Phone  119.      Barn   PS "if 15?
Columbia  Street
Baggage   deliverer    prom    v   '��
any  part of the cltj
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OF""'
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth St.
Estimates Given.
lMii'iii'
J. NEWSOHE��SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second �� '
onue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER
n.c
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Jlsland and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning. THURSDAY'   r.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.       l
GREEK AKMY PRtPAKES
li UliHI GREEK NAVY
r   Revolutionist   Returns   From
Ex;,e to   Lead   Naval   Forces
Against  Ath
lin0puie,    Feb.  16.���Troops
i., Qg   today,   antlcipa
the Greek Davy, which
,,.  will  be the climax
anding  enmity  between
: ter forces o�� th
,,i the occupation of th    cil
l��� re    In    dispatches     from
...    The messages stati i
i ensot Bhip of news is be-
!  and   the  situation  ls
to be more critical tl
tatsd.
, I, Typaldes, the Greek naval
exiled after h adlni
. on, and who promised to
ol   Greece at   least   two
turned,    This is bellev-
i ���.��� ,w a fight over the ap-
:   ol   a  military dictatorship,
:. in of whim, the me
i  been  expected  for   so
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bul   it   is  known  thai
11 oppose him.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Barnston   Island   Dyke.
District   of   New   Westminster
Jake notice thai   thirty daye after
date I George it. Conne , of Mtftsqui,
:���  (". Intend  ��> apply  to   Assistant
1 '.l!:; : Btoni I'  of   Land     New   West-
ffi^1*"* ���� a licenseto pros-
.'""  '"'   c��al and  petroleum on aad
'"!""'' the following land s-
LComi cln<        a   po     si   ,at, |    ���
"' B0"thw   t co ner of Distrlcl  Lot
'     roup  ::.  N, ,,   Westmln
trict, ai rj n tirki ! Georg,
not thwei I corner, thenct
ary of Dis-
New Westmins-
.   for receiving tenders
i. contract   is    hereby
��� ��� til   the  22nd Inst,  at
I
I, | iNER  BARNSTON
I ,   KING   DISTRICT,
S'evile-Smlth,  C,   E.,
Westminster, B. C.
for
ex-
p.
Box
Dls-
B. ('nriiicr's
���   south along
1 "'  section   li:,,,  between  section  32
nee of one mile  tli nee
���     '  ro lh,. wi sti rn boun
trlcl  Lol   17
'' '' District, a distance of aboul 45
chains, thence i orth akin- the western houndarv or District Lol 47, group
2, New Westn In ter Districi t0 the
'A'"'' ' 'v i ��� r of said Lol 47
' 2 a dl tance of about four
chains, tb. tici easl ���ong th , north-
1 ' ! oundarj ol District l.ot i:
2, to ^le westi rn bom rj
Lol  ::.".'
NOTICE.
New   Westminster.
that  thlrt;   dayi   after
Elizabeth Cruickshank.
District   of
���
ll
I' '''
prospect for
the following described
minster
15 i i !
������ i
Lol 35fi,
District,
the  said
' ���
al
|]    C
v '
l  "'in
o    Dl s-
N< w West-
���  distance of about
north    alon    the
boundary of    said Di trlcl
group  2.  New  Westminster
to  the  northwest   corner of
Distrlcl  l.ot    356   oTO���p ���<
to    apply   New Westmln ler District, a dl     -
1 of about 56 i-2 chains, thi nee west
to tbe southwest corner of the south-
��� a ��� quarter of Section 33, Township
16, a distance of about 20
' ,;. thence north to tlie
southeast corner of District
Lot 49, croup 2. a distance of
aboul IP 1-2 chains, thenoe west
along the southern boundary of said
Districi Lot 49, group 2, to the point
of commencement, a distance of
about  40 drains.
GEORGE  B. CONNER,
January  28,  1010. Locator.
a  pos   marke |  L,
southwest   corner,
Une between town-
ibout ono mlh  south
I I section line Intersects
i oundary  of  Dis-
in 2   N' w  Wostmins-
��� 11 ne.   easl    one mile.
lo the  souiborn  bound-
Lot 04. group 2, New
strict,   a     distance   Of
" ���   ii thence w< si  to the
Of sal I  District  Lol
distance  of  aboul   14
��� north to the southern
District   Lot   403,   group
n distance  of ahout  31.50    chains,
t   to  the southwest   corner
���   Loi   404,  group  2.  a   dis-
'"nit 5E cliains, thence north
I    ��� itheasl    corner   of    District
ol  ll    | roup  2. a  distance of about
'   Ins,  thence west  to  the p('��-
lon llm   between townships 13 and
It tance or aboul  10.45 chains,
wei        mth  to  the    point  of  cum-
t ��� ���     ent, a  distance of aboul one
lie, an I containing 4GB acres more
r less
���TLLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,    Per    Alex.    Cruickshank,
'���     ���
lai . iry pr, 1910.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the east half of section 36, block
range 6, Westminster, Now
Itt'estn Inster district.
Whereas, Proof of tlie loss of Cer-
I' No. 9216F, Issued ln the name
I'A!  A   L, McAlplne, has been filed la
Ibis - nice
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
j: the expiration of one mon'li from
I ie of the first publication here-
I'' ��� i daily newspaper published ���"
It: | i of New Westminster, issue a
P��Pll of the said Certificate, un-
the meantime valid objection
I to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of  Titles.
:1strv Office.  New  Westtntn-
C, January 27, 1910.
silicon No. l, Silicon No. 2. Pitt Fractional, Silicon Fractional Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminstei Mining Division ol
New   Westminster   District,   where
located   Pitt   Lake:
Take notice that we. I'itt Lake
Brick and Cemeni Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B30434,
intend 60 days from the date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder foi
a Certificate of Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of tiie above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section ::7 must lie commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 14th  day or December
A. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMENI
CO., LTD.  K. .1   FADE
Free Miner's Certificate
Anent.
No. B3n4;'���-,
NOTICE.
Un the Matter of the Estate of Fred'
erick Thrussell, late of the City of
Westminster, In the Province
\,
Itish   Columbia,  deceased:
ts hereby given that all pep
Is ivlng  any  Claims  or  demands
jagal the Late Frederick Thrussell,
1*1)0 died on or about tlie 30th day
I of
IN
1 leber,    PJI19,   at   the   City   ol
Westminster,   l,n   the   Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are re-
Quired to send by post prepaid, or de-
I'1''1' to the undersigned BOiicitorB
"Welti tor Harriett Ann Thrussell. executrix of the last will of tue said
ti'eili iicl( Thrussell, their names and
Mdresses and full particulars ln writing ot i|1(,lr oittims and statements of
'lll'n accounts, verified by statutory
''"'1:""ion. and the nature of the
"''"'lies (if any) held by them.
. A" ! take notice that, after the 28th
";'>' of February, 1910, the said Har-
''"' \nn Thrussell will proceed to
���"tribute the assets of the said de-
|;is"l   among   the   persons   entitled
i'''""���  having regard  only  to    the
,,"n;   or which  she shall  then have
'" notice, and that the said Harriett
, ln   I'linissell  will  not be  liable for
"' Bald  assets  or any  part  thereof
,ated I Ids  fifteenth  (15th)  day of
miiary,  1010.
W*DE, WIIRALLER & McQUARRlE.
solicitor! for the Above-Named Hnr-
tn      ''''H Ann Thrussell.
���,  ;'"v   Person of whose claim    she
111 ""l  then have received notice.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date. I. Hamilton Charmers Cruik-
shank. of Summerland. B. C, farmer,
Intend to apply for a lioens., to prospect for coal and potrolettm on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked H.
C. Crulkshank's northeast corner
post, set on the westerly boundary of
District Lot 47, group 2. New Westminster District, about four chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47. group 2. thence west a distance of 4R chains to the section line
between sections 2* and 21, township lfi. thence south one mile, thence
east one mile, thence north to the
southern boundary of District Lot 4S
group 2 thence west to southwest
corner of said District Lot 43, group
2 thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2.
thence enst to the westerly boundary
of District Lot 47, group 2, thence
north to the *^%ggg^
January J9, 1910.
NOTICE.
District  of  New   Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, or
Matsqui, p.. C intend to sppiy for a
license to  prospect   for coal  and  petroleum  on  the  following  described
"""commencing at _ p*t marked
C.rnre C Crulckshs..k's northwest
corner, set at the southwest corner
of District Lot 207. rioup J, WW
Westminster District, ttHt.ee SOOth
one mile, thence east ore-kali" mile,
"hence north one-half mile thence
east one-half mile, thence north 0
half mile, thence
commencement,
4K0
west to the point of
containing    about
GRAClTcONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per O. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
Is $Cj to $150 worth saving? If so, do not hesitate to attend  the big J;
pre-inventory sale now being run by the Mason & RischTiano Company
��8   SSI    SSI
We will arrange
payments to your
convenience
and make delivery
when you desire
a 8 ft
R   ES     W
Don't Wait Until
the Last Minute.
Buy Early
��   a r
ii
Our fiscal business year ends on February the 28th. It has been a
record year and we intend to close it with the heaviest piano selling
ever known in this province. The tremendous stock we have in our
stores, agencies,wharehouses and cars must be reduced to the lowest
possible point before inventory.
5
256 pianos, all told attempting prices
We have just received at New Westminster a full carload of Canada's finest Pianos, and have opened them up for display in the Guichon
block, 407 Columbia Street, west.
(
All these instruments are either our celebrated make���The Mason _
Risch���or standard high-class pianos made for our exclusive sale and distribution. For two weeks wo will give the citizens of N^w Westminster
and vicinity the piano opportunity of a lifetime���a chance to save discounts that actuahy count���from $C0  to $150 on every piano sold.
Handling our own retail trade as we do, having our our stores and
agencies in every city of any size from Port Arthur to the coast, we are
in a position to offer retail prices on high-grade pianos at the same prices
as paid by the retailer, who buys at 'wholeasle.
The Mason & Risch guarantee protects you at present and for years
to come.   Honest dealing, supplemen ted    by    our     progressive,     modern
"FACTORY TO HOME" selling plan,  has built up the largest piano business in Canada.
THIS   GREAT   8ALE OPENED YESTERDAY, AND ALL   DAY OUR WAREROOMS WERE CROWDED   WITH   MUSICAL   PEOPLE
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG DROP IN  PIANOS.    IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEA OF BUYING A PIANO YOU CAN NOT AFFORD
TO   MISS  SEEING  THE  GREATEST  DISPLAY  OF   HIGH-GRADE PIANOS EVER 8HOWN IN THI8  CITY.    EASY  TERMS  PREVAIL,
AND THE PLACE 18
mm
I.CTORY BRANCI
407 Columbia Street
Oldest, strongest, largest music house in i,;; ���
A ' il
1  I :
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY,  FEBRIJAR
v<, 1910.
The Daily
i^lews
..
;..-;.���;���: j
Vjt.,-he'l -.. T_e D^r.y News Publisa-
_1    :. ���.  ..:���  ll    ���   Bt thl l:  ��� ���'���
r   of    McKenzie   ani    Vii toria
'-.. and we think will continue to
re,    is   ansolately    essential   to
nay,  their  very  esist-
u . ' . it i.- supremacy at sea.
Streets.
���ge.
, Mana  ing
SBAME-PtASE'S HtNBl VIII.
WA_ SPLENDiDLl. ittNDEKED
THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY
1910.
THE
REASON     FOR
NAVY.
GERMAN
As     Cardinal    Wolsey.    Louis
Scored   Distinct   Success,   as
Aphie  James  as   Katherine.
Jarr.es
Did
a meeting of the German Navy
League at Kiel a lecture on "England
and Germany" was given by Professor Harms, who occupies th-? cl
of political economy at Kiel university. Among his audience was not
on.y the president of the German
Grand Admiral von
j;, |   ���   also   the   third   son   of
Emperor  William, Prince Adalbertof
Prussia, w\  - Is an officer of the ''>���  -
man   navy.    Thus   the   meeting
: to have" received thai
stum;,   ol   official
the case of Get many is all-important.
Professor Harms appears to have begun ids sjx     .. ' .   a laudation ol I
.. , .... ,     ol   G<: many's
j: , : wealth and expanding
trade, bul Into this matter we do not
ose to follow him. He then went
on to make a suggestion which the
correspondent of the Tlmi a says is
moked upon as Inconceivable by tl>r-'
tho ightful Gi rmani and Is certainly ar. Impossibility���namely, that
Britain   "might forestall   the  growth
��� : wer of tier industrial rival by
going to war" with her. The professor considered, however, that a position" ol security againsl this problematic war of aggression was not unattainable, "for England's position In
India and Egypt and the I M i i .i situation of ('in.,-ida compel her tb practice extreme caution in regard to the
concentration of her forces on one
spot" While admitting that under
present conditions the burden of taxation wiiich is imposed by the construction of a navy in addition to a
great army is not justifiable In theory, Professor Harms Bays that Germany is, living through one of those
periods in which a nation is required
i    i; ike Bacii isl   up to the
limil ol whal is pos Ibl -.   "11 the belief  pi evalle   In   n anj   quai tei .-> thai
the Gei man peopli   Bni hed its gi i:-!
on  the   b ���   ��� ;.' ids  ol   F   i
���    w.'iich  -..-
nol  long  Indti h  Impunity."
do not, i        .     . v. i.~h io infer
too much from thi
f other  evidence  as  to  the  tendency  oi   public
feeling In  Germany  we  can  not re-
-<-. Harms
.-��� part of
���.   '..; Inlon    and���whal   Is   far
thi   views
��� ���" ��� ���   ���! '���
infln n tl     governinj        te.
to   con Idei   Is   the
of a 1 ���       ���    i   like Ger
many is not the voters���the people
large. These count for comparatively little, The men who matter
are the meo who have their hands
.- ��� tbe levers that control the great
government machine.   If the German
people   COUld   ha. e   been   polled   Hit   the
policies of the attack upon Denmark,
Austria and the delib-
< ��� e and cab dated actions which led
to tbe war with France, they would
almost certainly have condemned
them root, and branch. This fact,
however, did not in the least prevent
Bismarck and  those associated  with
iron;  planning and carrying out
tbe policy ol  expansion and aggran-
ment which led to Germany's OC-
< ipying the position she now occupies, and to tbe placing of her policy
upon lines which It. has followed ever
Ince. Roughly speaking, the aim of
the new Blsmarcklan school Ih to do
on the sea ;:nd In the world's sphere
what the old Blsmarcklan school did
on  tbe  land  arid  in  central  Europe���
namely, to give Oenpany the dominant  place.    The  new  Hismarckians,
like the oid, do not believe that their
ends  can  be  attained   through   sentimental or Idealistic means.    If their
policy Is    to Bucceed    it.    must   be
through blood and Iron, and through
political action wliich many onlookers
would   designate   as   brutal   and   nn-
ScrupuIfeuB,     hut     wliich     Dlsrnarck
himself would have defined as "real,"
and   dictated   by   common   sense  and
woridly wisdom.   We fully admit, how.
ever, that It Is difficult for those who
must,   necessarily   be   injuriously   affected  by  the  success  of  the  policy
outlined by Professor Harms to Judge
lt quite Impartially.    All ore will say
of it on the present occasion ls that
it is unquestionably a great and far-
reaching policy, and fraught with tremendous Issues for the human race,
and esi>Cclaliy for th�� British people.
Hlghtly or wrongly, It can not be carried out without a conflict of interests' with this country, and without
taking away from the British people
something  which   they  possess  now,
That bard o; all time, shakespeare, ���
wrote many dramas and many piays.
but tew of his works equal henry
V1IL, which was produced at the
Opera house last night by as talented
a company as has been seen In difficult roies in this city for may a day.
Louis Jamts, Aphie James and Otto
V. Andree���there is a trio uf actc.*s
whose work can only be deal: with
in superlatives.
Each act lias its don..:. I ' ��� ���
giving each of the heavyweights
an opportunity to dlsp_,j .... ������ -���- ri-
onic ability to the best ad/antage,
but it is in the fourth act, wl ��� i
Wolsey, despondent in the down ill
oi Lis dominant power, d illvers a
soliloquy pregnant with proven
ti itl .-, and which he could���but does
.::. up in the words of soiomon,
"Vanity of vanities, all is vanities,"
; .������ climax of histri-nism. is
reached.
In this scene, difficult as it is even
for an actor of exceptional ta.ent,
Louis James gave a splendid imper-
Ion of the great cardinal shorn
of his temporal power, and. in defeat
and dishonor, reaping the fruit of a
double treason and abandoning forever his ambitious hopes Of a lifetime.
There- are few American actors who
can interpret this part of this his-
'.���.Tic panoroma; there ls not one who
can excel Louis James.
Aphie James' Katherine compelled
admiration and sympathy���sympathy
for the ill-fated queen, the sport of
roya. infidelity and scarlet intrigue; .
admiration for a rendering which was
musically perfect and rhetorically exact, both in the sentimental and emotional parts. The scene at the trial
of Queen Katherine, where the wife,
fallen from royal favor, speaks with !
the soft pleadings of a woman and
the outraged sensibilities of a queen,
interspersed with outbursts of scorn
for the instigator of her woe, was
acted without a jarring note, even in
the height) of personified passion.
The striking personality in the
first act Is the Duke of Buckingham
(Otto Andre-), soo.r disgraced and
condemned to die a traitor's death by
the machinations of the cardinal. An-
dree's lines were spoken with distinctness and correct intonation, his
farewell while on his way to execution being exceptional!;    re] done.
Later on  Mr.  Andree  appeared  asf
Cromwell, Cardinal Wolsey's Bervant,
a part which he acted with equal success.
William   Howeli,   as   Horry   VIII.
' verly bandied his r_r', his denunciation of the disgraced cardinal in
the fourth act be! g a well-sustained
piece of acting.
The other members of the cast
������ere v.-r-n worthy of travelling in the
distinguished company of the bead-
liners.
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
city  of  new  Westminster  1
NOTICE   TO   B.
point
LAND   SURVEY-
C
ORS
All plans of proposed subdivisions
of lands in the city, with profiles
showing approximate grades of
streets, must be handed to thu City
Engineer seven i7i days before being pre ented to the Council for approval.    By order.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, February 17, 1010.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Five Cents
PER  DOZEN  TODAY  ONLY
FOR  HAT AND COAT
HOOKS.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
THE
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L e e's
Combination   Dressers  at   Prices
That   Can   Not   Be   Duplicated
Anywhere.
We wish to emphaise this,   as   we   know  the
impotance to tho*.
buying    furniture.      Combination     Dresser    made    of    E'r-..,   -a   ";
golden finish:  the case  is 32 inches,   and   fitted   with   three   di
and   a  chamber cupboard;   the   mirror is a British  Bevel   Plate -���
34 that swings on a strong  standard    with    Towel     Rac'<    attached
Regular $12 value.    This week, special
$9.65
All arrangements have now been completed and
the business recently carried on by T. H. Smith
transferred to the above-named company. The well
established business has developed extensively sinca
its commencement, and in the future the policy of
the new firm will be to further extend the business
in connection with the store. We plan that ���a service which in the past has been good shall be still
better, by carrying complete and reliable stocks-
selling at fair prices-and giving accurate, courteous
service, we shall merit the appreciation of the public.
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And   get   broken   jewelry   in   shapa for your wearing.
e cordially invite I   chamberlin, The jeweler
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our window, are the embodiment of loveliness, combining a collection of shades and pleasing styles that are bound to be highly favored   this   season.     Prices
$17*50 to $45.00
Colored Pongee Silk
50 cts. per yard
This popular Silk we are making "Our Leader" for the Spring.
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J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carllne. PHONE 473
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H. GODFREY TURNER
Presents
MAUD POWELL
One of the most Celebrated Violinists'of
the day with   her  accompanists in the
Westminster Opera House
FOR  ONE NIGHT
FRIDAY, FEB. 18th, 1910
PRICES:
$1.50, $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY  17, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGIi FIVE.
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GORDO
Big Dry Goods House
A Splendid showing of
Ladies' Underskirts, Price $1.25 to $5.CO
Corset Covers, Price 25c to $1.50
Drawers, Price 35c to $1.25
BLOUSES!   BLOUSES!
75c to $5.00
SEE THEM
Tne Fashion Centre
NATIONAL
Finance Co.,
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate, Loans
and  Insurance
RACING BILL STILL
OCCUPiCS ATTENIION
Curtis Blk., 657 Columbia St.
(Upstairs)
Horse Breeders' Societies
Oppose Measure, o^her
Delegates in Favor of  It.
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Properties    for    Sale:
RESIDENCES
$2300
i will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $800 cash required.
$1900
will handle a modern twelve room
house on Twelfth slice1, below
Fou.ih avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $52i0.
$5000
will buy a modern nine room house
oil lot 66 by 132, situated on Agnes
street, near First street. Only $1000
cash,    balance    one,    two   and    three
years- i i   tsy
Ottawa,   Feb.   Ki.���The  hearing on
���the   bill   i>l   11.   11.   .Miller,   of   North
Grey,  to  prohibit   betting on  or oft
��� the  racecourse,  was  resumed  today,
1 and most of the day was taken up in
listening to the testimony offered In
'its  support.    The   chairman   read   a
i number   of  communications   he   had
received.
The [organizations inti kmi/I ].f
the question from a practical point
of view, and with knowledge of the
malter, urged that nothing should be
done thai would be detrimental to
the .ureal horse-breeding industry.
They were the Hackney Horse association, the Canadian Shire association, Ontario Horse Breeders' association and the Canadian National Bu-
11 au of Breeding.
The passage of the bill was desired by the Ontario Sunday-school
association, the Moral Reform society of Midland. Out., th . West Sim-
coe Women's institute and tlte Presbytery of Sarnla,
S500
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Entire  Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
THE WHITE HOUSE
cash   will    secure   a    well-built   four-
| room cottage, with full   basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
$1800
wll'   buy   an   eight-room   house   near
'Keary   street,   Sapperton.     Only   $600
cash required.
j $1000
leash will handle a fully modern nine,
room house with cement foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
Trans-Pacific   Yacht   Race.
Satr   Francisco,   Feb.   16,���Arrangements for a trans-Pacific yacht race,
to be held between some port on the
; Pacific coast and Honolulu, are under
I way here today.   Thomas W. Hebron,
1 a former member of the Hawaii Yacht
��� club of Honolulu,  who is here, has
; been requested hy the island organ-
zatlon to undertake the work of securing entries.    Every yacht club on
the Pacific coast will be invited to enter its fast pleasure craft.
OME
FOR
One  Hundred Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
Is situated on the route of the New Westminster-Millslde car line
(to be built this summer), when it will double in value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH  AND $25  PER   MONTH   buys   a   new   seven-room   house
in  Sapperton;   a   good   buy.  Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSBON
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years, This propertyis on the direct rout; 11 t re Stav2
Lake Power Company's property and is an exc:p ionally go )d
buy  In acreage. No .364
u_mniaw i>_j."ja__iBam__��.���_��� a_r.-i_a at
White, Shiles & Co
74;i and 628 Columbia J_t., New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL   BALL  TO
CONTINUE AT   REGINA
$2100
| will   buy   FIVE   LARGE   LOTS
small   house, on Second street.
I $800 cash required.
with
Only
A. J.   BIRTCH
���>1 7 Columbia Street.
i cash   will    handle   six   large   lots,   in
fruit, with modern  eight-room house;
' ! rented  at $25 per month;   situated  on
| car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
Pugilists Are Business Men.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb.in.���According to a ruling handed down by Judge
Kelly in the poilce court, pugilists
plying their vocation under the new
Tennessee law legalizing ?ight-round
bouts, are engaged in "legal business,
as are bankers In the hanking business." The Issue was forced by Phil
Brock, the Cleveland, Ohio, fighter,
who appeared to answer charges of
vagrancy and loitering. The case
will be taken to the civil court, it. is
declared bv Brock's attorney, who
cialms false Imprisonment.
Regina, Feb. 16.���Regina is to have
a professional baseball team during
the coming season. The report of the
directors and auditor' were taken up
at an adjourned meeting of lire shareholders and adopted, showing that tlie
total estimated expenditures would
amount to about $il,ot>u; estimated
revenue, $10,000. Estimated expenses
on the basis of last season show
something like $6000 to go to the
players, $1230 for traveling, $2030 for
board,   and
es' Imateri
300.
II   is
g rarantee
traveling expenses
this season will not reach the figure
of last year, one of the trips west being dropped out, A. L. Smith will
act as secretary.
BASKETBALLERS COMING.
lay
EDMONDS   STATION I
14 Lots left out of 38
These Lots ave opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
$3900
will, buy a beautiful ten-room house
on Third avenue, close to Sixtn
street; lot 66x132. Terms one-third
cash,  balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
$7000
cash will handle a three-story business block covering a lot 66x132.
This property at the present time is
bringing in a rental of about $3500
per annum. Price $35,000, easy terms,
terms.
CONMi DOYLE WILL WHITE
snap.
E. J. FADER
Telephone 295
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WESTMINSTER
OPERA   HOUSE
Harry Tidy,  Manager.
Thursday, Feb. 17
With ESTHA WILLIAMS and a cast
of unusual excellence, including
Edwin Walter.
A Magnificent Scenic -*f"lJ~BBMa_j Attrac,ion.
Cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
north side, with unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THESE LOTS
ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
and were last year planted in potatoes.     Good   terms   can   be   arranged.
$3800
buys two full-sized lots centrally located on Agnes street, close to school
and churches; cleared, can be delivered  for $3800 cash.
secures   lot on  Seventh  avenue,   near
Second  street.    Price $500.
$200
t on  Seventh  ave
reet.    Price $500.
$2600
buys four full-sized lots on Seventh
avenue, near Sixteenth street. Only
$900 cash  required.
$1000
secures lot 66x132 to lane. Royal avenue,  near Tenth street. Price $2000.
Langley and Surrey Acreage
We have several choice pieces of
acreage on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
Good terms.
HALF-ACRE BLOCKS, In grass,
Block 14, District Lot 166a. Price
$400 each, $100 cash, balance In six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four
months.
31 ACRES, In garden, District Lot
155a, on road close to tram. Price
$600 per acre, one-fourth cash, balance one, two and three years.
18 LOTS In District Lot 53, on
good road and close to tram. Price
$4000, easy terms.
SOUTH VANCOUVER.
7 ACRE8, on three roads, District
Lot 50, Block 9. Price $18,000, $4000
cash, balance spread over five years.
NATIONAL f INANCE CO., Ld
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
Spokane High School Team Will P
in Vancouver  Next  Month.
Spokane, Feb, 16.���The South Central  high    school    basketball    team,
which  has played  nine game*  with
overwhelming   victories   In each ln-
6i stance  against  teams  In  tho  inland
empire, is to ho given a chance for
the Northwest   interscholastic cham-
1 pionshlp through one of the most extensive trips ever taken by a northwestern  team.    Physical  Director T.
_.  1 Van) Cook will take a  squad of
ten hoys on tour for (on days or two
weeks.    Games  will   be played  about
as   follows:      Walla.   Walla.   Tacoma,
Olymnla,  Seattle   (Broadway.   Lincoln
and Queen Anne). Victoria and Vancouver.  B. C,  Belllngham and  Everett.    Tire team  will    leave  Spokane
March 4 or 5.
young men ot twenty-two years of age
and under, have made a great record
for themselves this season by winning fifty-two games without a loss.
The best previous record was made
by Dunbar's rink with thirty-two
straight games.
Cassidy is now in every event in
the bonspiel and old curlers pick bis
nnk as winners of the Grand Challenge and most of other events,
Eastern Canada Racing Dates.
Toronto, Feb. it',.���Tlie dates for
i the Canadian racing season are not
likely to be announced while the Miller Anti-Racing bill is pending in Ottawa, ltacing will begin, as usual at
Woodbine tlie third week in May, and
Montreal, Hamilton. Port Brie 'ind
Windsor will follow in that order.
Instead of being any ccnflict of dates
there will probably be >��' mty of leisure time between me..prigs, wllich
will be for the benefit .if the horses
and the horsemen. The King's Plate
entries will bo. out about the first of
March. Tire Maryland Jockey club
siuing meeting will bo held at Baltimore, beginning In April and ending
early in May. Most of the horses
racing there will come to Toronto.
Paris, Feb. Hi.���Jimmy Britt, the
California lightweight, looking very
lit, landed in Fiance from South Africa  this week.    He said:
"There is nothing doing there. They
have some good men. but irr the few
places where prize fights is permitted
a purse of $1000 look- bigger to them
than a cathedral. So far as 1 can
see nothing will take me back into
the ring again.
"What brought me back irr a hurry
was a desire to see Conan Doyle. He
has virtually consented to write me
a one-act play, the hero, of course.
to be a prize fighter. I shah use it
as a sketch in the music halls."
Britt was an amateur actor before
he took up prize fighting, and the
Conan Doyle sketch will give him an
opportunity both to box and act.
Duffy Takes Over White Sox.
Chicago, Feb. 16.���Hugh Duffy, who
came here yesterday from Providence,
R. I., to manage the local American
league club, said It was like coming
back home after a long journey.
More truin twenty years ago Duffy
played for three years in Chicago,
two years with Anson's Colts and one
year With the Brotherhood club. Ho
is especially enthusiastic over Blackburn who played with Providence last
year.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
Aero Club Incorporated.
Albany, Feh. 1fi.���Tho Aero club of
America, with principal offices in New
York city, was incorporated today to
advance the development of the science of aeronautics nnd kindred science and encourage aerial navigation
hy conferences, expositions ;������ .1 congresses.
Baseball   Notes.
Deacon  Van  Buren,  the outfielder
who was allowed to drift out of tills
league when  Manager Rowland took
charge ot Aberdeen, will bo with the
Sacramento team In the Coast league
this year.   He was with Stockton last
year  in  the   then  outlaw  league  and
batted .277.
Kid Blberfield has adopted a black
fonrcat as a mascot and doc,ares that
he will carry lt around the circuit
With the Washington. The Yankees
aro pretty well supplied with backstops, having Criger, Klelnow,
Sweeney and two youngsters as yet
untried, who are said to have the
makings of good catchers ln them.
Sherbrooke Defeats Westmount.
Montreal.   Feb.  lfi.���At the   Arena
j rink tonight the Westmount and Sher-
j brook*   teams,   of  the  St.   Lawrence
I Valiey amateur league, played a very
LING   exciting match which ties these two
j teams  for  the   championship.    Score
Winnipeg.    Feb.   lfi.���The   famous Iat   na,f  tim��  was  B  to  0  for  Sher-
Cassldy rink of curlers, composed of  brooke.    Final  score:   Sherbrooke  8,
Westmount 3.
FRANK CASSIDY MAKES
NEW RECORD IN CU'
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
AN EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY POLICY Insures against loss or
expense arising from claims upon the assured for damages on account of personal injuries, regardless of whether legal liability exists or not and whether the claims are made for Injuries actually
suffered or for injuries merely alleged to have bee:i suffered. Each
accident reported is promptly and thoroughly investigated. If the
circumstances indicate liability on the part of the assured, steps
are taken at once with a view of settlement without litigation.
Should legal proceedings be taken, however, the company defends
the suit, defrays expenses of litigation, and up to the limits named
in the policy pays any damages which  may  be  awarded.
The limits of liability undertaken are: In event of an accident
causing death or injury of one person, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS OR UPWARD.
In event of an accident causing the death or injury of several
persons, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS  OR   UPWARD.
The policies do not lapse upon these limits being reached, but
continue their warranty to pay within such limits every accident
that may take place during the policy year, whether few or many.
The Liability Policies of the Railway Passengers' Assurance
Company enable employers to reduce to a fixed charge an uncertain
element of business expense, which If not properly provided for
frequently results In financial disaster. Incidentally, they relieve
employers from much annoyance  and  anxiety.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 ".The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
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worth of Shoes at once���no reserve���every Shoe in the house gets \(f\/"
the knife. Prices lower than ever in the history of Canada. Get your
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Men's  $fi.00 Patent Colt Lace Boots.    Saie price  ....$3.95
Men's Dongale Kid Lace Boots, values up to $4.00 for $2-25
George A. Slater's $"00 Tan Calf and O.xblood Lace Boots
for        $3.50
Men's  $5.50 Velour Calf Lace    Boots;    Goodyear    Welts;
Now      $3.25
Boys'   $2.50  School   Boots;   good wearers;   Now
$1.50
Shoe the Entire Family
While the Great
Sale Is On
Empress und John Cross  $4.50    and    $5.00    Lace    Boots;
NOW        $2.95
Ladies'   $5.50   Waterproof  Boots,  heavy  soles.    Sa,o  price
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Ladles'  $5.00  American Patent Colt    Boots, great    shapes;
Now        $2.95
Ladles'   $1.25   Colored Ovrrgaitors;   now        60c
Misses' School Boots. Values to $2.50. Sale pt'lco.. $1.25
Ladles' Neat Patent Colt  Boots.    Values     to    $4.50.    Sale
price        $2.50
Ladles' Kid Elastic Front House
Slippers, turn soles; very comfortable. Regular $1.75. Sale Price
 95c
Men's High Top 16 and lfi-inch
Prospectors Wate:-'- " Boots, good
wearers Regular' ( . i. Sale Price
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Johnston's Big
Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Be on Time���Sale starts Friday���Shoes Will Never Be Cheaper
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Children's Lace and Button Boots,
regular to $1.50.   Sale Price 50c
Infants' Soft-Sole Lac�� Boots and
Slippers, clearing at per pair 25o
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Kelly, Doug
TRUNKS,
Will Open Their Branch Warehouse at 701-705 Front Street
ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21
A Full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tobacco and Cigars Will be Carried :: ::
Prompt Attention Given MAIL ORDERS
Phone No 662
City Delivery Free
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Big Sale all this month,
everything reduced and
everything plainly marked.       I P"
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Westminster. ���
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Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
VALISES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with brass corners. Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to $18.
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Music and Drama
MAUD POWELL.
Whether In tlie classic or romantlo
| scliool, whether Interpreting a big
work requiring strong masculinity of
treatment, or   a dainty    trifle   that
Iseme the quintessence of enchanting
femininity, .Maud Powell is equally at
home and is equally masterful.
Our own Maud Powell is easily tha
first player among women and pretty
near the top among men. she stands
far aloof from the Paganlnl school,
she is a blood descendant of Spohr,
and when she tucks her fiddle under,
her chin, she makes a solemn reverence before the altar of music and
officiates as a priestess in tlie tem��
pie."���W. .1. Henderson. N. Y. Sun.
Philip Male, the stern Roston critic,
writes: "To' speak of her mechanism at this day would be Impertinence, [or ber abilities: have long been
recognized by two  .continents.    The
greater the task  to which she (h'Vo'ca
herself,    the more   quickly  do   her
'skill,  her  brains,   her   soul   respond.
' ii  is enough to say thai  her p rfor-
inance  or  this exceedingly    difficult
concerto   was worthy    of the   high
ideal  winch she  has steadily  before
j her.    The composer was glorified and
I tire occasion made memorable."  I Tiie
| product ion   of   the   Sibelius   Concerto
with the Boston Symphony orchestra,
��� Dr. Muck conducting).
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
the Housi ��� etric Sad Iron is the greatest boon pos-
No ie ,, lessened the  household  labor.    The  Electric
Iron simple thai a child can operate it; and it can be used
pari of the bouse where there is an electric light.    Iron   al-
- hot; no useless walking or waiting; ironing done in half the
We carry differeni makes and styles. Call in and let. us show
lo you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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Scliool Books
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Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need It,
and  il  will  be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
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NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Myr.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL *5-25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR *4-5�� per Bbl-
McQuarrie &Co.-
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone S3��.
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REAL ESTATE
Proposition, either buying or selling, see
WELSH. EVANS & DARK
6 GUICHON BLOCK      PHONE 572
Entrance McKenzie St., above Annandale's store.
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Morning   10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes-Large Stock Plain^and
Fancy Glass
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
PRICES:
Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished skates for 10c.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Tel<H>hone 12.
New Westminster
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W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
S-  730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
opvriw*15
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whoso aroma ls fragrnnt and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as wo prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, ls what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,  OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL _ ODDY
Central Meat Market
etrntr Blfhtl It anl   lift- AvraM
PHONI 170.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL S14.40u.00O.0O
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Ganada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, availahle wit-
correspondents in all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
TottC   Awjets over  $168,000,000.00.    >
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH, !
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
L'ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of Lot 43,
Suburban  Block 6- New Westminster fclty.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 4395F, issued in
the name of Annie Brown^ has beea
filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof In a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 2, 1910.
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645 COLUMBIA STREET.
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
18th February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's mails, on proposed contracts for four years, 14 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westminster Post office and tne
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Railway Station, from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to the conditions of
proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queensborough, and at the office of the Post
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, R. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector,
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THE DVlLY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY  17
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Do all kinds of
PLUMBING and
JOBBING at
HARDMAN'S
"As the Sun Went Down," a western t>lay of th�� popular type   will be
the   attraction   at   the   Opera
this evening.
Mr. Sayers, travelling secretary of
the V. M. C. A., has notified Kev. J.
S. Henderson that he will be here on
March lo to start the campaign to
collect funds for the Y. M. C. A. build-
ing in New Westminster.
The entrance to t ie oiflc i of W,
Webster, mechanical expert, Is <>n
sixth Btreet. Take the main entri nee
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the lei'. Droi in an I
Bee the secret of the mondial.     ***
Grand Chief Factor of the Native
Sons of B. C. Sol Oppenhelmer will
be here this evening, and will preside at the installation ceremonies of
the locai Post.
Johnston's Big Shoo House ls advertising exceptional bargains in
boots and  shoes on page sis.
For  furniture,  carpets,
etc.,  try  the  New   Ftn nitn .-    <
'. ii nn) & Galloway, 13 Sixth Btreet
A rumor is being circulated around
town that Tommie Gray, a brother of
the Salmon Bellies' star goalkeeper,
has acci pted an offer to play with
Vancouver for the coming season.
Tommie comes from Kamloops and
it. well kno^ a - lai sse enthusiasts
on the coas as one of the best stick-
handlers In the business.
FHE NEW LA
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dinner
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H A R D M A N
281
BLOCK.
More I
is obtained by thosi
earn it.    A course in
Higher AcG0unt!��G ���
ShortteM _r._
wh i qualify to
Touch Typewriting
will   bcrease
your
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salary   if   taken
A district meeting of the International Sunday-school association will
jbe held here on March 13 and 14-
Tlie Rev. Stephen Merrit, international secretary, of Tacoma, will be
present, and Rev. Mr. Williamson,
the local secretary, will deliver an
address. The district extends from
Mission to Ladner.
The firm of T. II. Smith & Co. has
been organized Into a joint stock company, with a capital of 175,000, under
tlie name of T. II. Smith and company. Ltd. T. II. Smith, the former
proprietor, still retains an interest in
the business.
The board of trade has been notifed
by the makers of the relief map of
Cat ida, from which the name of New
Westminster was omitted, that the
I ake was tlie result of overspeed
In sretting tb" map published. All
fv 'ire papers of the same kind will
bear the name of this city.
Tlie B. C. B. R. has arranrKl with
tho  municipality  of  Burn'abv  to sun-
Frank Peter.-, for exploding a firecracker at a meeting of the Holy Rollers was fined $lo and costs yestor-
daj In the police court.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at The  Royal  Cafe.
Clients  with   $200 I    to  invest   in
business or semi-business property in
New Westminster ar,. desirous of
getting In touch with owners. Address replies to P. O. Box 125, city. *
Snaps for two days only; Cane-
seat bedroom chairs $1.2 i, cane-seat
bedroom rockers $1.80 ladles' sewing
rockers $1.00 up, heavy rattan rockets $2.75.   S.v> our stock; pricas will
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insure   us   your   patronage.
Fales, Agnes street.
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Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.   BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
ply water to the residents in the vicinity ef Edmonds with at rate of
eighl and a half cents for 10(1 cubic
feet. Tlie water will be supplied
from an artesian well whicli is at
present   producing   more   liquid   than
I the B. C. B, R, have any use for. The
ratepayers    are considering    the ad-
: visability   of  sinking  other   wells   in
(the municipality.
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$100
Per acre.   Terms arranged.
W. S. ROSE,
746 Columbia Street.
TELEPHONE 655.
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The   new   Lulu   island   bridge,   although it has been operated by the
city for the past two weeks, has not
yet  been  taken over by  the cl -
gineer,   The electrical machim   .���    >,v
in  use is not according to sp 'clfica-
tions,   and   until   it   i       'Justed   the
work is s'ill in the har-;    of the contractors.    The motor m> \   b< int.  used
is built to run eight hu   Ire    ievolutions per ninute. while thc plans call
for   one   running   at   only   half  that
speed.   The gears have been chanced
so   that   the   present   machinery   can
be used, but it is only a temporary
arrangement,   and   the   proper   motor
will be installed as soon as it arirves
from   the   east.     The   whole   matter
was discussed at a meeting held the
other   day   between   the   mayor.   thn
city   engineer.    Mr.   Howard    (representing  Waddell   &   Harrington,    the
engineers),  and  Mr.  Ferebee   (representing    the    International    Contract
company).
The Helen M. Pcnnion yesterday
made her maiden voyage up to Chilliwack.
An application for a water record
of one cubic foot per second has been
filed at the mining recorder's office
by Thomas Wilson, a farmer of Rus-
kin. Tlie water is to be taken from
the Stave river.
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Officer Regan arrested a Chinaman
armed with steel knuckle-dusters yesterday evening, when the Celestial
was running away from a fantan establishment, where he had annexed
the cash box, containing about seventy dollars. .. ���. k;< ,**,���* I
The Mason & Risch Piano company, which opened for business here
yesterday, commenced their Westminster trade under auspicious clr
cumstances, selling a $1400 Webber
pianola piano to a local merchant.
This is the highest priced pianola
handled, with the exceptirn of a
Grand, and is the same style xuM
by Paderewski in all of his concerts.
STORAGE Two   Good   Easy   Buys
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
El lard Bloc!:, New Westminster
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven-room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY   RENT.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
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THE      DAILY
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F. JJHart & Co. Ltd.
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HAVE COME
Initial Showing of the New
Spring Designs at the most
alluring prices.
It is always an occasion to be remembered by
critical dressers when the first of these new sea; n's
things arrive.
Always there are changes in patternings, changes
that are as fascinating as the filmy weaves and
stitching themselves.
The clever workmen and workwomen of the far
away countries where these things are produced in
finest example of workmanship and designing have
worked with greater skill and appreciation of artistic possibilities tnan ever before.
Swiss edgings, insertions and matched
designs in embroideries of all qualities
and laces of every description are here
You will be charmed from the moment
you look at the first yard until you
have seen every one of them.
We shall not have to urge our customers overmuch in order to start these laces and embroideries
whisking away from the store-they will sell at sight.
But most earnestly do we suggest that you
come to examina them while the assortment is complete. You may not wish to buy but even in that
case there's much of enjoyment and interest in store
for you here.
W. S. COLLISTF
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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