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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 28.
L8 m
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1911
ANGLICAN SYNOD       winter does not stop
TRANSACTS BOS
'ESS
Bishop Dart Strongly Favors
Church Weddings-Reports
Read- Officers Elected.
The twenty-eight annual session of
, ��� synod of the dlocesd o. New
\., tminster opened auspiciously yes-
terdaj morning, llis Lordship Bishop
Dart, of New Westminster, presiding,
The fore >n i*as taken up by the reception and enrollment oi t ie dele-
of whom tin re wer ��� about
, . . 'rum all parts o;' the dio , Be,
i points as far awaj as Kam-
looj . and the bearing of the bishop's
charge, which was listened t, with
marked attention and Inferos .
in ih , afternoon the election of oili-
i ��� occupied tha attentl in <i the
meeting till ha.f-past four o'clock,
when an adjournment was made for
lunch, which was kindly provided by
the ladies of the two city parishes.
The delegates took only a few niin-
uti    for refreshments.
Marriages in Churches.
Thai ii Is one of the canons of the
English church  that    all    marriages
Bhould take place i;i a bouse of worship, except in exceptional casas, was
th   facl pointed out in tin- synod yesterday in the charge delivered by His
Lordship. Bishop Dan.    His Lordship
said   that      scriptural      prohibitions
agalnsl divorce were in force in the
i hurch of England bm there was an-
ectlon of the canon which did
not serin to be so \w\\ known.    The
section referred  to    is    t    follows:
"Wherever there is a parish  church
or bull llni   Bel apart for public worship, the marriage shall be solemnlz id
therein, provided    that   the    bishop
may for such  causes as  shall  seem
to him  sufficient,  issue  a  special   li-
���      solemnization   o    the
���where,   and    provided
aiso  lb it   ������ uere  either  or   both   the
parti'    ri   ���     al  a greater distance
than  five mil"-  trom   an    c ur >h   it
shah  ti"  1 twful   to   solemnize   thi Ir
marriage elsi where, provided further
that in urgenl eases wherg reference.
to ;. practically Impossible,
the clergyman shall  act  at   his own
discretion  and  forthwith   report   the
circumstances   to   the   bishop."     The
bif op recommended this eection to
th< consideration of the synod.
Appointments of Clergy.
Another matter which His Lordship
tilled to the attention ol  tne Bynod
t��s Ihe  appointment   o,   clergymen
Incase of vacancies occurring.    He
point--1 oui  that appointments could
not be made without the advice and
ni  oi   the  bishop.    .When   .ess
than half the salary of the incumb. nt
Is provided by the parish, the bishop
cakes the  appointment   unconditi n-
ally; where more than half is raised
by the parish  th i bishop shall consult with  the church  committee before making    the    appointment, and
iere  the   stipend   la   provid -l   en
IfilMiORANTS FROM CHINS
All   Previous  Re.cords  For  November,
December and January Shattered
���Americans Bring Cash.
Winnipeg, Feb. 2.���"Nevei before
in the history of western Canada have
so many immigrants nocked into the
country during November, December
and January as i.i the las, three
months," said .1. Buie Walker Dominion Commissioner of Immigration
yesterday. "All previou, records for
the same period have bee i doub.ed.
believe that is chiefly di t. two
tilings���Hi,, splendid crop of limy and
the good reports concerning Canada
spread abroad by the Americans who
wenl home after
in   this   country
-Vl'S  full  of
ii Slice-ssi ul  season
with   their  pocket"
full of money and the
enthusiasm.
"Lasl wee]- three hundred and
twenty settlers came into Manil ba
from the south, each o. who n possessed from two to Ave thousand dollars."
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
m
10 AVOID
disease epidemic
Health; Authorities of Paris
Distribute Quicklime and
Other Disinfectants.
,. Parls- Feb. 2.���The Hood recedes,
1 "' streets of Paris present a deploy
able condition. Miles o| the.,, iu the
districts along the Selm
witli broken wreck
REVlVi: SCHEME
0 BUILD MICA.
���   are Bt'v"   son' wno llas been tryiug for a
srai feel of water an-1 u���*���- --���  ���*���- - " ������
NOT  GOOD  ENOUGH.
Stock   Company    Below   Westminster
Standard, and  Not Coming.
The stock company which was to
have come to the Opi r i hou here
on February 7 for a week engagement will not play in New Westminster. The advance man wanted .Manager Tidy to  iwn the time from
one th ee days al thi  en I of
the v.c ��� k. Harry made some inquiries and decided that the ou'Iii was
not good enough, so he called the deal
off.
However, Louis James is coming oa
February 16, and the playgoers of
the city will have a chance to se -
one of the best productions oi Henry
the Eighth that has eve;- been presented   to   American   audiences.
Manager Tidy made two more
bookings yesterday, Babes in Toyland
for April T. and Si. Elmo for Apiil
IG.
are covered
age and slime, and
Present in many plac .. dangerous
pits.
In the pas>  twenty-four hours the,
river has fa ilea  from two  t,  threi
:' ���     !      i      -��� Pari:  then
d  boats  are  to
seen   everywhere   carrying  relief
to the sufferers.
Health Authorities Sanguine.
Every measure has been taken to
prevent a scourge following the flood,
health  authorities are san-
danger of an epidemic
of any disease except typhoid is neg-
Meeting Tonight W iilDiscuss
Advisability ot Starting
Athletic Association Here.
Im
and  the
gulne that the
Another effort is being mad
esablish a gymnasium, or probably a
V. M. C. A., in this city, a public
meeting in the city hall bavin- been
called for this evening for the purpose
ol discussing the scheme and naming
committees to look aftei t ie deails,
should it be decided to go ahead with
the   proposition.    Kev.   J.   S.   Ilender-
oug
M.C.A. in
ii   plan   of
PACKIM CONCERN FAILS,
LIABILITIES $37,000,000
!	
Neyv  Jersey   Firm  Operating  in   Mex-
Ico Goes Under When  Banking
Company Suspends.
New   York,  Feb.   2.���Th,-    Mexican
National   Puckiug   company,   a   New
t0   Jersey corporation controlled by Eng-
1 lish investors
it" EXPLOSION IN
MEXICO HUES MANY
Sixty-eight Bodies Recovered
-Victims Were Mexicans
and Japanese.
Laredo,  Tc
time
drily by the congregation, the bishop
Bhall not appoint a rector without
Becurlng the consent of a majority of
the parishioners.
Afternoon   Session.
Tlie main business was the election
of officers.
The helot resii.ted ia th following being declared elected members
of th,. executive committee; Archdeacon Pentreath, Archdeacon Pugh,
Rev. Q. c. D'easutn, Kev. H. Beacham.
T. S. Annandale, A. McCreery. ,1 K.
Seymour, Kev. A. U. de Pencier, Kev.
J. Hlnchcliffe, Kev. C. C. Owen. Kev.
J- H. Hooper, Messrs. A. D. Taylor, \V.
���'��� Walker, J. P. Payne, J. H. Mae
GUI:   Treasurer,   A.     McCreery:   Au-
(Cuntinued on Page Three).
Funeral of Henry  Bruce.
A Bad and Impressive sight yesterday wis the funeral of the lu'tv Henry
Bruce, who was among the few survivors of the Royal Engineer-/ Five
of the late Mr-   Brace's comrade' in
'' Sappers and Miners corps���Robert Butler, Victoria; P. Jackman, Al-
iergrove; Samuel Archer, New Westminster; Allan Cummings, Vancouver, and Q. Turner, New Westminster
"���with \v. ii. Keary. acted as pallbearers, Kev. ,1. S. Henderson Conducted an Impressive service at the
chapel of the undertaking rooms of
Murchie & Sons, and then the remains were taken to the Masonic
' "'eiy. many or fthe oldes, and
ni'ist respected cKlzens ot New Westminster following the body to the
grave.
Accident on Columbia Street.
An accident occurred last eveiing
about ten o'clock when a lady stepped
ofl a car on Columbia street Into lhe
d"ch that has been dug preparatory
1" I lie laying of the new car Hi �����
T,|e lady stepped off the north side
nf the car, not knowing that the
����ch was there. As a result of the
'all sh,, injured her hip and received
a bad shaking up. She was taken to
Ryall'a drug store and was later ab.o
,0 go home.
ligiblc
Rigid  Inspection.
Typhoid is always epidemic in
Paris, due undoubtedlj to tha pollution of tlie water- supply. \" verthe-
less, with the warnings issued agalns
the drinking of unboiled water, it is
hoped to avoid this danger,
The government lias instructed the
prefects of the departments and the
provincial authorities everywhere to
enforce the most rigid disinfection us
the waters recede.
Already large quantities or chloride
of lime, quicklime and various other
disinfectants have been employed,and
immense supplies have been concentrated in depots in each of th . arron-
dlssements of Paris for free distribution.
Health officers and physicians who
have volunteered to do tin- work have
been detailed to inspect the disinf c-
tion done private ly.
Leave of Absence For Soldiers.
General Briand, minister of war,
has decided that so soon as their services can be dispensed with the soldiers who have bean taking pan in
the flood work will be given a week's
leave of absence.
Subscriptions Pouring In.
Not   taking   Into    account    foreign
contribution-   to   the   relief   fund,   or
the    $400,00(1    appropriated    by    the
M"!   PlinilirP    PIIDtlDIOC I French  parliament,  the total  French
ILL rjT.\.l\l]j    OUftl I.10L I subscription up to the present exceeds
$800,000.
The collections in the <"��� tho'ic
churches so far have am unt-d to
$60,000.
At nightfall the Lycee an 1 Auster-
litz stations were still surrounded l��
water and the tracks o; the Orleans
and Invalides stations were submerged, the flood at thes ��� points be-
on   Ing nine feet deep.
The water is receding fro.n the
wine and spirit warehouse ai Berey
quay,  the  largest   ln   Europe.     T>
Millionaire   Lumberman   Dead.
Lacrosse, Wis.. Feb. 'J���Levi Withe,
millionaire   lumberman    and    Republican   party   leader,  died   today   aged
75.
IN SUGAR FRAUDS TRIAL
New York. Feb. 2.���Henry Stimp-
son. special counsel for the governmenl in the sugar underweigUing
prosecutions, sprang a surp is
the defence today when c lunsel foi
Charles R. Heike. secretary o; the
American Sugar Refining company,
and five other defendants, former cm-
ployees of the company, appeared to
argue their special plea ol Immunity.
Mr. Stlmpson declared that h0 was
prepared to go to a jury on the truth
or fa.sitv of the allegations raised
in the plea, and announced that in
the event they wen- not sustained he
wouid move for the sentence of the
defendants without further trial. He
held that the plea of Immunity was in
effect a ploit-ot guilty.
Judge Martin t'maly put the whole
matter over to Itlday.
HEBREWS ADVISED TO
SPREAD OVER COUNTRY
New York, Feb. 2.���"Distribute over
the country, don't congregate." is the
advice of Jacob 11. Schiff to J*ws,
made public through the Young Men s
Hebrew association of this city.
������It Is true," continued the banker,
"thai this country yet has room and
a prolltable living for two or t&ree
mlfiion more Jews, but we don t wan
them to settle where congestion wll
militate against their making a iveu
hood.    We want to facilitate theli go
Ing   away   from New   York.     la
West   and   south there   are
opportunities."
the
boundless
���������������������������������������������������������
Help From Kaiser Wilhelm.
Renin, Feb. 2.���Emperor
William today donated $5000
for the relief of the flood victims In Paris, and he also sent
a warm telegram of sympathy
to the French government,
through Prince Von Kadolin,
the German ambassador to
Prance.
PREHISTORIC BONES
BROUGHT TO GERMANY
Berlin, Feb. 2.-The first shipment
of prehistoric bones collected by-the
German   expedition   In   East   Africa.
BSSVBff P��offi
'museum today.   Reports from^the ��*
*^Tt  tlSS  bone   which   metis-
Ssslxfeef eleven and^ee^arter
r HUB vou ****** �����--        ���
1IU-nes.  as  compared^withrptbenfour
���������������������������������������������������������
Kn  inches   measurement  o
oS-TKTth. African saurlans
are   H-<
Africa, aud
losses  here  alone
$800,000.
are  estimated  at
RED   CROSS   DETAINED.
Steamer Sails to Bring Back Nurses
Detained  By Gen. Estrada.
San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Feb.
2���The United States cruiser Des
Moines has sailed for Corn Island to
bring back the members of the Managua Red Cross society who were Bent
to Bluefields to aid the wounded after the battle of Recreo, and who
were detained by order o; General
Estrada. ...
Advices received here indicate that
war operations around La Ltftertad
ire confined to the movement of
the troops. ,. ,
General Chamorro's column, which
is making a rapid advance towards
Manague, Is now completely cut on
from Its base of supplies.
ARMAMENTS.
If Canada  Has  Navy,  United  States
Will Watch  Her Closely.
London, Feb. 2.-The Manchester
Guardian, discussing the Canadian
Navy bill, says that lt plainly satisfies neither party, and fears the e-
feet upon relations with the United
states.   The Guardian adds:        	
"If Canada begins to build a navy
which might conceivably bo used
against the objects of American po
cv we must live to see transplanted
into America the European malady oi
���ompetltlve armaments.'^
TRUCE  EXPECTED.
Tariff Negotiations Between America
and Germany Nearlng End.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 2.-It was
announced at the state department
today that either a complete agreement or a truce between Germany
and the United States ln the present
tariff negotiations might be expected
tomorrow. The cattle and m���t Inspection issues are the sole stumbling
blocks. ___���������
Two Trappers Injured.
Kenora,   Feb.   2.-In   an   explosion
past to establish a V
Westminster, will outiim
action  tonight   wi
: eet wiiii the approval oi the citi
zens, and which, it given the support
it merits, should go a Ion., ways
toward establishing the desire : headquarters for young men (). .athletic
tendencies.
Good  Sum  Promised.
When au effort was made to build
���i V. M. C. A. he,,- ah,ui. two years
ago subscriptions amounting to about
$5000 in large sums wer, promised,
while a large number of smaller
amounts were also offered, the list
being now in the hands of T. .1.
Trapp, who took considerable Interest
iu the movement. The scheme went
off to a good start, but for some reason the months dragged by and the
project   did   noi   muieii.i.i,. .
However, all the promised subscriptions ate still looked upon as collectable, and a lot on Royal avenue,
which was donated as a site for the
proposed building, is still available.
The city council also promised to give
free lighl and water for a term of
years, and it is probable th i same
privilege could b ��� secured from the
city fathers of today.
Would Cost About $25,000.
As outlined in 1908, the Y. M. C, A.
building was to be a three-story
structure, with a swimming bat.i in
the basement���the Royal avenue lot
is a ravine, which would make exe i-
vation unnecessary���and would cost
from $25,000 to $30,000. In addition
to the usual reading, rei reation an!
office rooms, gymnasium and lecture
hall, furnished rooJ b for young men
wouid occupy the upper. 4tory. A
considerable revenue coulS be derived
from these quarters.
Might   Affect   Boy's'  Clubs.
At the present time there are six
or seven boys' clubs and athletic societies  connected  wit'    ta ���  dl"rr-nt
churches in the city, the total membership  amounting   to  well  over  two
hundred.   It Is probable some of thes
clubs  would  die  a  natural  death  in
he  event   of  the  Y    M.   C.   A   being
firmly   established,   a;   tho   members
could secure much greater advantages
hy   being   associated   with   a   worldwide institution.
Tonight's meeting, which is cal.ed
for eight o'clock, is open to all who
care to attend, and suggestions for or
against the scheme will b:- welcomed.
- Feb. 2.���Word ilas
s. and operating a string Reached here of a terrible explo* n
of slaughter houses and packing I1"} a mlne at Las Esperanzas, Mexico
noues in -Mexico under special coiice- ! lMan>' are reported killed. La-.- 08-
sions from the Mexican government, Pfranzas is exclusively B coal mining
failed today with liabilities, including ��lstrlc1 ;m,l employs Mexicans ami
Stock, of approximately $37,000,000. ���'���'I'miese.
The  assets,  it  is  estimated   exceed < ~������
the liabilities. !     San   Antonio.   Tex    Feb    2���A
Thy company  will  continue  to op-   spatch  from  Eagle Pa
orate   its   -1 -   -         ��� "   -
plants as usual. The appointment of a receiver was not
loh is expeci I to [brought about by a condition In the
live stock markel. but by the tying
up of part of the company's funds In
the l'nited Banking company in Mcxi-
co City, which suspendeu recently.
de-
nnie Pass, Tex. says:
At nightfall sixty-eight bodies have
been recovered from th - Patau mine,
where an explosion occurred today.
Besides the dead, eight were wounded
and have been brought to the surface.
PRAISE    FOR    CANADA.
Great   Era   of   Development   Coming
Declare   Speakers.
London,   Feb.   2.
chairman of th
A.
PROCEED TO BUILD
HUDSON   BAY   RAILWA,
Ottawa, Feb
day,  Hon.  Mr
k-.  -.--.-I.   W.   Smithers, y. ��� ��i mc- uuuniu oi
lie Grand Trunk railway, : 'Io Sf|hl that the    governi ent
presiding at the Canada club banquet ! committed to this project a - |
last night, declared that Canada was j proceed  with   all   possible  speed
not over-advertised.    He advocated a   vot(' will be taken to start  the building  of  the  railway    at once,  and  a
boat  will be sent by the marine de-
2-���In a speech yester-
.  Graham,    minister of
railways,   referred   in   detail     ti   th ���
question of the Hudson Bay railway.
Will
committed to this projeel  anj would
proceed   with   all   possibh
A
state system of emigration.
Sir E. Sheher remarked that Canada was going to see the most remarkable development ln modern history. Nothing could stop it. Britain
was ready to supply the capital.
Sir William White said that the
character of Canada's warm-hearted,
optimistic and proud citizen;, alone
assured  her future.
partment to examine the straits, the
channel and the approaches to the
two harbors. Nelson and Churchill.
He spoke of the question which of the
' two ports shall be selected, and stated
that the road for 200 miles north from
the Pas Mission will be common to
both destinations.
Two   More   Bodies   Reco.ered.
Primero,  Colo.,  Feb.   2.���Two  more
bodies  have  just   been   take.i   oui   of
Peary   For  South   PJe.
Washington. D. C. Feb. 2.���Com- i ���
mander Robert E. Peary, discoverer ,!l<' workings, bringing the total roof the north pole, has made a propo- covered to date to fifty. Relief par-
slton to tlie National Geographical |tl,es nave reached the face o Entry
society, which, if accepted, wi.i m an ' ! ' '" ' ' '" '';'
that an American expedition will be
on its way to discover the uncon-
quered south pole next fall.
Ex-Populist  Candidate   Dead.
Minneapolis. Feb. 2.���?.  A. Owans.
editor  of  an  agricultural   paper,  and
twice Populist candidate for governor
died at his home here today.
A-ll and A-12, hitherto unexplored.
Peace Conference Opens.
San Salvador, Republic ot Salvador,
.Feb. 2,���The second Central American
peace conference was opened to lay.
j Among the delegates was Manuela
i Perez Alonz.o, representing Nicaragua
IM THOUSAND KILLED I
NEW TIM DLiH 1009
Rugby Team May Tour Canada.
London. Feb. 2.���It is hoped the
I Rugby union will take u;> Canada's
request for an English Rugby tour
of that country, and that a team will
leave here next winter for the Dominion.
New   York,   Feb.   2.���There
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 2.���As a
result of the reduction of the westbound freight rate by the Erie and
Lackawanna railroads, and to avert a
rate war among the trunk lines, the
New York, New Haven and Hartford
railroad will raise its first-class rate
from sixty-nine cents per hundred
to seventy-five cents on its Canadian
Pacific    and    Ontario   and Western
,nz  in .-"��'������.  -������   ,       received severe wo��nun uu ��,�� ���"j-'i   routes.    It is now Inferred the Brie
,t Wn'oart of German East  Roth men are ln tne Jubilee hospital   and Lackawanna will return  to the
in t e scv    - ^ tnorough search.   here> ���    	
\i'llli|ii,      ��-..��.      -���       --- -      _���,._.
which occurred at their camp near
ngolf on Tuesday two local trappers,
William Vlrden and J. Campbell, were
that  the Aincuii =��    badly Injured.   The men were making
direct progeny of those Jgg,^hen a cartridge, which had
(UH       .'. ,~..���a    Th�� ex-  ^nnBeome  unaccountable   manner   got
,lnhe remaini.were.found-   TheJ*
"     ti.nl \TInvestigate  the  rema.un        dpn	
T'-??���","   Ian animals discovered bv vi                                  eye
o    o��o       wot Stuttgart, in 1907 ���      d 8ev���re woundfl 0n the body
Pre eSSOl   I   -���������� , /,��������������� V.nat   Lr .. i_  ��,��� T,,iai,,��� hnnnlta.1
REGINA STREET CARS.
Winnipeg  Man  is  Making  a  Proposition to the City Council.
Regina, Feb. 2.���M. de C. O'Grady,
of Winnipeg, latj of tha Northern
Crown bank, is in the city witn his
solicitor, Mr. Hugg, with a view to
making a street railway proposition
to the city council. This will make
two new proposals now before the
council. Lawford Grant, of Montreal,
who is associated with certain New
York financiers, has already submitted a proposition. The council has
decided to extend the date for receiving proposals for the street railway
franchise to February 8. on which
date the differnt offers will ba opened
and considered.
The  King's  Position.
London,   Feb.   2.���The   Leader   de-
were   citues that it is a matter of history
more than 2000 violent deaths in New | that   the   king   was   opposed   to   the
ven nun-1 ior<i'8 rejection of the budget.
York city last year, and an e
died homicides. The exact numbei
of vio.ent deaths, as show in the coroner's annual report, submitted today,
was 2067.
Death  of  R.  A.  Fraser.
News  reached   the   city  yesterday
"Chesty George" New Chief.
New York. Feb. 2��� Police Inspector George MctTuskey, who was once
nicknamed "Chesty George" because
of his associations with seve,-;l| millionaires, is said to be slated to succeed Inspector Cofferty as head of
the detective bureau.
Attempted Suicide.
Springfield, Ills., Feb. 2.���F. E.
Peam, division agent of tlie Chicago
and Alton railroad at Chicago, was
found ln his room at a hotel here today with a bullet wound over his
heart. Despondency is believed to
have caused him to attempt to commit Bulcide.
Clerks Go On Stlrke.
Chicago, Feb. 2.���The county treasurer's office was tied up last night by
a strike of twenty clerks, who refused
to work overtime unless the board of
county commissioners grants their demand for an Increase in pay for night
work,  Sunday and holiday work.
FREIGHT RATES RAI8ED
TO AVERT RATE WAR
standard western rate.
iS   -UU1. I        i-����-����o     i-.a-.iiru      -lie     "V      1 w���..-. j
Sixty of the homicides were by i of the death In Victoria of R. A. Fra
shooting, and twenty-six were du0 to [ ser, son of Mrs. James Frasor, of
stabbings, while blunt instruments - Albert Crescent, and a one-time resi-
and fists were responsible for the dent of New Westminster. The late
other fourteen. Suicides totalled 442. Mr. Fraser was well known In news-
Subway and elevated tracks and sur- paper circles, having established sev-
face cars killed eighty-nine persons, eral papers which are still flourishing
automobile nnd motorcycles forty-six in this province. He leaves a wife
and horse vehicles seventy-nine Of and two small children. His brother-
the automobile victims twenty-three in-law, C. D. Peele, of this city, went
were children, while forty-one chil- I to Victoria yesterday on receipt of the
dnen were kihed by trucks wagons, news
etc., and twenty-two by surfac? vehicles.
OVER CANADIAN NORTHERN.
CARMEN THREATENING
STRIKE IN NEW YORK
New    York,    Feb.    2.���Conferences
Officials Favor Proposal For Entrance
of  N.  T.   R.  to  Winnipeg.
Ottawa,   Feb.   2.���At   a   conference
tveid in the office of the minister of
INtJW        ium,      ecu,      -.      -.uu.vi,..v.��     uciu   in    tiie   uiiii.e   vil    tin-   initio'
were neld today In an effort to avert railways this morning ln respect to
a strike of 5000 motormen, conductors the entrance of tlie Nation'' Trans
and   guards   of   the   Brooklyn   Rapid : continental   railway   into    Winnipeg,
Transit company's elevated system
threatened because of the discharge
of forty men recently.
The men say they were discharged
because they joined a union. The
management denies this and dec.ares
the men yielded to the Influence of
agitators. Following a meeting of
several hundred employees lt was declared that a strike would be inaug
urated Thursday unless the men were jcon"sider lt.
reinstated.
Mr. F. H. Phippen, solicitor for the
Canadian Northern, suggested an arrangement whereby the N. T. R. could
get Into Winnipeg over the C. N R.
right-of-way from Its present junction
with the Dundee branch east of St.
Boniface.
Commissioner Young of the N. T.
R. favored this proposal, and the railways were given ten days to further
GREECE SAYS TURKISH
ANXIETY IS GROUNDLESS
Athens, Feb. 2���A semi-official
statement was Issued tonight, declaring that the anxiety excited In Turkey by the summoning of a national
assembly ln Greece is quite groundless, that the Greek cabinet is animated by a pacific spirit and is composed of men too prudent to pursue a
risky policy. It will defer th�� date of
the parliamentary elections, which
might have given the Cretans an opportunity to realize their intention
of sending deputies.
Constantinople, Feb. 2.���The Greek
minister today visited the porte and
protested against the anti-Greek attitude of several of the Turkish newspapers. The minister of war has requested the press to refrain from publishing anything relating to military
affairs.
CANADA  URGED TO
ASSERT  DOMINION
Ottawa, Feb. 2.���The Canadian government was urged yesterday by Senator Poirler, speaking ln the senate,
to continue activity in the Arctic
archipelago. The senator expressed
belief that the United States might
some day assert ownership to som�� of
these lands and object to Canada
claiming Hudson bay as a closed water. Recent revelations showed, he
said, that Russia had stolen Alaska
and a part of the Pacific coast line
from Canada.
A document discovered at Sitka
and forwarded to the governor general at Ottawa, according to Senator
Poirler, contained Instructions to a
Russian officer as late as 182(5 to
make a secret expedition and bory
along the coast tablets indicating discovery and possession by Ruasi�� at
a tar earlier date. In this wav Rue-
sla established her claim to Alaska,
afterward sold to the United State*
government.
Sir Richard Cartwrlght said the Ca��
nadian government had despatched
two expeditions and was about to send
a third to assert jurisdiction in the
north.
f PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, FEBRU
ARY 3, 1910,
;it il
ii. ;   !
;   i
ified   Advertisements
SCARED   BALDHEADED.
GIRL GETS DAMAGES
WANTED.
LADY DESIRES COMFORTABLE
room In private family; must be
close in. Reply T. S. It. Daily NeWg
office.
WANTEL ��� PARTNER WITH
about Jl'OOO, for first-class business
proposition.   Address H. Margolyes,
1   :  Georgia street, Vancouver, B.C.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 432 Fourteenth
street, city.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1. Apply
Mis.   J.   P,   Hampton Bole.
WANTED���POSITION BY
ese, cooking or day work.
6 >0 Columbia street.
JAPAN-
Room 3,
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
only, for suite of three room-; In
Dominion Trust block, furnished If
so  (li-sin-d.    Phone  L3S1.	
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���ONE OR TWO
furnished rooms for li jhi I. s -
keeping. Appiy Box A, Daily
News.
FI . E in; SDC-ROOMJ D FUR IIS -
ed house, central - Ion. Full particulars to L. R. F Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���1 1VE OH SIX-
med house or - centrall;
i    ated.   Possession  Fi bi uai j.    Apply P. O. liox 971, City.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���BABY CARRIAGE, NI
.siyle, in fiood conditi
Agnes street.
App
FOR   RENT
TO   RENT���A    MASON     &     RISCH
piano  to  rent,  in  good    condition
Apply to T. it. Pearson, Dominion
Trust   office.
REAL  ESTATE  BUYS.
WILSON & COOK
Real    Estate    aud    Insurance.   Office
Northern  Crown  Bank.  63s  Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C.
6-room  house  on   Nineteenth  Btreet,
$1300, one-third cash.
I? lots and 3-room cottage on Thirteenth street, on new cut-off; $5000,
terms.
8-rooni house. Seventh street, $3500,
one-third cash.
6-room house, fully modern, Fifth avenue;  $2800, $1000 cash.
6-room house on Regina street; $-100
$600 cash, balance in six and twelve
months.
New 5-room house on St. Andrews,
fully modern, $2650, $5un cash,
5-room house on Fifth avenue, $32i 0,
one-third cash.
8-room house on Tenth street, $5000,
$1000 cash.
Full-sized iot on Fifth stri n- u
Seventh  avenue;   price  $'; 0,  $230
cash, balance to suit.
Lot in tween Tenth an I Elevi oth
streets and Fifth and .-i th avenues,
$650, $200 cash.
Lot on Agnes street, clear I splendid
location, $1800, one-third cash.
5-acre   blocks   in    Surrey,   $125    Per
acre.
8  full-sized   lots  in   Sappeiton,   $225
each.
All.son  &  COOK.  Office  Northern
Crown Bank.
PIANO  TUNING.
!PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone  L'ila.	
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FuH EVERY
kind of Job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14-- Old
Daliv  News Block,  Sixth street.
St. Paul, Feb. 2.���For being scared
1 until   she  turned  baldheaded,   Tillie
Omlnsky, a factory girl, was awarded
i by a Jury in the circuit court
lure yesterday.    Tillie was employed
1 a little  more than  a  year  ago at   a
\ machine which elevated  paper boxes
to the floor abort.    In some manner
her waist caught  in  the wheels and
shafting,   and   she   was   drawn   tight
; against the machine.
During the trial just concluded
physicians and surgeons testified that
fright had so affected her nervous
system that her hair fe��l from her
head.
UXLj
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
STENOGRAPHY    A.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM V,
Guichon block.      P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
lett'-rs, etc. Province office, Co
lumbia street.      Phone 62.
COMET'S TAIL CRACKS
OVER EARTH MAY 19
������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������**��������� >������������*���������,�����������
|Surrey Nurseries, *!l
Extra   fine  lot of rare and   beautiful
Ornamental Trees and^Shrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
See the stock and get our prices.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA>
lorlng. A new line of fall suiting jusi In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R508
New York. Feb. 2.���Camllle Flam-
marion, the French astronomer, in a
letter published hen- today, says that
the vaporous tail of Halley's comet
will envelope the earth on May IP.
"For several hours." he says, "we
will be Immersed In the gaseous caudal appendage whose chemical constitution is still little known. The
comet will pass directly between the
sun and the world nt two o'clock In
the morning of May 19. Al that hour
the Pacific ocean will be in full daylight, while in France it will be night
Little danger may be e pi ������* I however, for the tail will probably h so
rarifled as to be inoffensive."
�����������������������������������������������������������������>������������ ������������������������������������������������������>��0��aV��^<*
KSMff^W^^^iSKfSTSS^ T'x-
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LOST.
STRAYED ��� ON PREMISES 723
Twelfth street, black retriever. If
not called for in ten days tlie own i
can't have same.
LOST ��� YESTERDAY, BETWEEN
brooch in form of a lover's knot,
First strefct and Tipperary, go,d
set with rubies and pearls. Finder
please return to this office.	
FOUND.
FOUND���LONG WHITE LADY'S KID
glove, near Leopold Place. Owiur
can have same by applying at the
police station.
FOUND���A NUMBER OF LADIES'
scarves, handkerchiefs, etc., at the
Pythian rink after the Nativi Sons
dance. Owners can have same by
calling at Johnston's Big Shoe
House.
FOR SALE���A FINK COW, THREE
years old, In calf to a Jersey bull,
L.md milker. Apply W. II. Madill,
Royal City Realty company, 76-
Columbia street, New West minster.
FOR SALE���TWO FULL-SIZE LOTS
on Twelfth street, between Fourth
and Fifth avenues, price $1800;
$400 cash, balance six and twelve
months. Joseph Travers, opposite
Ii. C. E. R. depot.
FOR  SALE���FIVE-ROOM   COTTAGE
and lot at    Leopold    place;   price
1350,    one-half cash,    balance    as
arranged.   Joseph Travers, opposite
B. C. E. R. depot.
'3 1-2 ACREi IN SURREY , ALL
cleared and in pasture: good seven-
room house, barn, chicken house,
etc., one mile from city; juice
$3200. Half cash, balance arranged.
This is a bargain. Joseph Travers,
opposite B. C, E. R., 767 Columbia
Btret.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL '1 HEAT Hi-.. ?o2 COLUjH
���bia street. Flros-ctaas moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday and Friday,
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantel-
and detail work.    Designs and esti-
Sir George  Drummond   Dead.
Montreal. Feb. 2.���Sir George Drum.
1 mond, head of the Can id    Sugai   Re-
: fining  company  and   member  of  the
'������ senate,  died  this  morning.    He  had
; been ill for some weeks.    Sir George
: was one of the most prominent bust-
ne is   men   in   Canada.     11 -   wj     for
several  terms president  of the Canadian   Manufacturers'   association.
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if you  si" ilfy   ' tr
The quality of lime i
i jsentlal factor to lied by builders, and
reason  alone It  \\ 111  p
consider your sourc   i i
and when the qui
Ity comes up oui  clal
periorlty   are    pai
cause   we   can   and   do   t u l
the best  grades at   i -   ���
prices.
GILLEY
^fmsxmxMikmmiffWff-B
mates  furnished,
prietor.      Work-:
and car line.     P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 254, 1'bone
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
also furnished and unfurnished li(,d-
rootns, in the double brick bouse
mar Carnegie library.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FL'RN
ished  bedroom,    suitable    for  two
gentlemen.    Apply 828  Royal  ;--'-'
reen Seventh and Ninth stn - ts.
T     RENT-^COMFORTABLE  room.
ble  for gentleman.  Applj   205
1 ' :     on.
A. I. COlTON,
DOMINION   AND   B.  C.   LAND  SUR-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s ofiice.   over   Curtis'   drug   store.   Columbia  Btreet,   New   Westminster,
I^JB^	
...
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET-
maker and   upholsterer,  425  Clark-
'     son    streel     i behind    Hinr block).
Furniture made and repaired.  Mission furniture in fir and oak.
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiiiia.
I. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnar
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C Coatham. rec. secy.
I A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
i ���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month,    visiting breth-
i    ren    cordially    invited    to    attend.
- Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hail, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F
���Meets the fourth Friday in th��
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch.
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secro
tary.
fc
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HOUSEWIVES
A few  reasons  why
you  should   use
ROYAL
STANDARD
FLOUR
It is a home Industry.
WATCH REPAIRING.
By experts all our repair work is don el
My  experts are  working  from  su n until  sun;
Are  ready at all  times to do your re pairing
And   get  broken  jewelry  in  snap 3 for your wearing.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
AGENTS FOR THE  HOWARD. HAM     ILTON   AND     LONGINES     WATCH
MOVEMENT.
I
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDI loll AND
A onntant Tel; i: 128. Room 7,
'-���'���   tminster Trust   Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Syst- ms
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe-
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
bloek.     P. O. Box 795.	
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farin  and  suourban   property,
2fi0 Columbia street.
8ETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
566,   phone  3S4.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columhla street,
phone R278- The place where ;l1"
dirt nnd dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH    AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbia st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
WILSON, COOK &. CO., CIS COLUM-
bla street, Phone 646. Real Estate
and Insurance Agents. Homes built
on easy terms; agreements of sale
purchased. If you have any property  to sell  list it  with us.
^^^^ FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN ORO-
cerles, phone 386. Tbe Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the isles Camp
1 I'l���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Suiuerland.
I. O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lug at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C E Osborne, P G, record-
In? secretary
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRI8-
tors and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whltesldo, li.
L. Edmonds.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Wheallcr, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opiiosite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Roonn 20 and 21, Wllllp.ms building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon hlock, Columhla and McKenzIo Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
THE HOME PAPER
is   the  Paper  That  Prints   All
the     Home     News.
The     Daily    Newt
10c   a    Week.
It < - -1 s yo i iii 'eor,. than
ol. ir Hours.
It has no superior at any
price.
There is an absolute guaran-
ti e with evei \  sack.
Each mom h you have a
chance of winning a fml Dinner Set.
The fohowlng ten numbers entitle the bolderB to a Set of
Dishes this month:
72896 77188 60676
71502 71230 54886
52981 77189 72241
,71786
If you are not already a user
of ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
order It next time.    It is the
bvst.
"ANUFACTURED   BY
VALJliVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,    B.    C.
Holbrook Cafe
���
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.>                                      ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL ���
��� ���
��� FIRST-CLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.    WHITE ���
��� COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. 4
��� , ���
|        MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50      ���
X Meals at any hour from G a. m. to 8 p. m.        *
I GIVE US A TRIAL j
HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop. J
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW5
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
60   YEART
EXPERIENCE
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, ete. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Co'umhla Btreet,   New  Westminster.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelll, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus. BaC Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FINK MACHINE WORK AND GF.N-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert, No.
10 Sixth Btreet, Dominion Trust
Hlock.
Will leave the Brackman
Ker    Wharf    for   Ladner. [ ffi^fl*!^^^
Westham Jlsland and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, BQrlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hani-'lng and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
School Books
ana
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
���
J
Trade Marks
Demons
Copyrights Ac.
Anyon* Benfltnff a nkotch ntid (lwaiptl-n may
Tnl'klr a" ��r1��\l�� r-rr '.ptntr-n fret��rh��.'hr	
invpntiod ii prolyl ,y v>.i.
JoHk'ly M-wrtala r-rr -plnirn fret wh��.ih��r ��n
Invention 11 probably vi.L.i!AjB>l��t~'',ini'',ri'll'''v
tlen��.mri<itlTe-.nflc>f-iei��l. U��,ffilW0H < " ''��ti Dts
ient freo. QlflMt Banner for ��vwrnEpatnnt(!.
Pntmit* mken throwti luiom fc Co. rccelTt
ipi-cio* nottu, wltlxHit utiwm. im tha
Scientific Emtim.
A haadtornulT fllnxtnilcil *fSj*Xtf. I.in.-��t r.-.r-
iiUtlo'' if ��T��y iirtoniltlo- Jocrna], Turme for
kuiavlA, f I.?., a iwir, jw.- (im:<- invpald.    Hold b}
������\i,.SSi!B,'il"Ci,- ^^*********
Q SetCmadwny,
h V St- y/aaulaaum.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WlfiHl'-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
hoard room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tho tnird
Thursday of Fehruary, May, August
and Novemner, at 9 p.m.     Annual
' meetings on the third Thursday of
February.    New   members  may  he
I proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
m
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Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans aud
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it;GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help vas an exerciser, it's
fine ; GOLD DUST does aU the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a gojd, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added yther purifvimr materials
in just the right pro-      \ r. /
portions to cleanse   \^\l////r
easily, vigorously, J>^J3/4��>
and without harm to ��--
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1910.
tm
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
.,,, the Housewife tho Electric Sad Iron is the greatest boon pos-
e. No device has so lessened the  household  labor.    The Electric
I ,,,���, is so simple that a child can operate it; and ii can be used
par) of the house where there is an electric light.   Iron   al-
dot.  no useless walking or waiting;  Ironing done In hair the
i  carry different makes and styles. Call In and let uB show
., you.
To J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
CIT. OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWiZR PIPE.
The Council is desirous of receiv
tenders  for  the  supply   01   Vitrii
Sewer   Pipes.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Bpecincations,  approximate  ana
ties and further Information   can
obtained from the City Engineer.
All lendi i s must he delivered
the undersigned marked "Tenders
'���:' wer Pipei," by 5 p. m. of Febiu
21, 1910
City :
by 5 p. in. of Febiu
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cl
January 27, 1910.
ing
led
ut i-
be
to
for
try
rk.
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's. Anticipation
of toothsome morsels thai will tickle
Mm- palate and gde you genuine i i
faction are always realized after eat-
in;:' one of our tender, juicj Bteak ,
oysters or dinners, or any of the spec-
i i! dishes that are made al
KENNY'S
730   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
j  STATIONERY \
���  mm ��� ������ �� ��
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND   EXAMINE  OUrl   STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
��� i
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the w< st half of ctlon 31 bloc'.;
5, North, rangi 5 w< t, New Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of C( r-
tificate of Title No. 92] IP, issu id in
the name of .1. A. L, McAlpln i, has
been Bled In this offh ��� .
Notice is hereby given that I Bhall,
at the expli ation of one month from
the date of the first publication hen ol
in a daily ni wspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, II. C, January 27, 1910.
Re the east half of sec'ion 86, hlock
5, North range 6, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
tifllcate No. 9216P, issued in the name
oi .1. A. l.. McAlplne, has b�� n Bled In
this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that i shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tlie lirst publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tlie said Certificate, unless in tlie meantime valid objection
be made to me in willing.
C. S. KEITH,
1 Istricl   Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New  Westminster, 1!. C, January 27, 1910.
SLEEP AND NERVE  REST.
ll    Ni-c-i-nKity   Tliot    la    Overlooked    lathe   Modern    .-   rt-lltioua  Life.
!n t::-- days when eight hairs f
��leep wert nominally regarded as *
hour too long for any self respecting
Individual the exhausting character v
modern life wan unknown. There wa-
less wealth and more contentment; la��-
competition and more ueeurlty; fewc-
distrnetlons. but more simplicity
Work   was  easier,   slower   and  care
Anglican Syncri
Trunsacls Business
(i ���    Inui '.  from Page on .)
ditor, J. p. Helllwell; Representatives
io general  synod,    Archdeacon  Pen-
treath,  Rev. A.  U. d ��� Penci ir,  Rev.
G.  Piennes-Cllnto, ll-'-. J.  Hinch-
m^^mmmmmmmmmmammmmmm _ clifl'e, Messrs. A. McCreery,  W   Tay-
anxlety. apprehension- In a word, woi |i(���. A D Ta,i(,,. u- j Walker;
ry-did not feed, Ukr the worm I' M> Board of Discipline, Rev n. Ki-,
bud, upon the hours exempt from t-"- Iciinton, Rev. A II. S. Akehurst Kev.
We are remorseless In overtaxing thi II. Underhill, Messrs. A. i). Taylor,
delicate mechanism of our mind* nn- A. B. Beck, J. II. Ma Gill; Del -
nerves.   The best walker, for lnatane�� 'gates on Sunday School    committee.
J ksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers    ���,
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The   Sunshine
Furnace
is the only furnace to buy if you are
wanting a good one. Call and we will
show it to you.   All kinds of Tinsmith-
ing done.
IN   THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH     COLUMBIA
In ti-.-- matter of the North West
quarter Si cti in 25, Township 13, E
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter of the Estate ol
John Scott  Macdonm ll. deceased,
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice .Morrison dated tlie Tth day of
January, 1910, ti nders will | liv
ed up to Januai y 21, 1910, bj I undersigned for thi purchase of all the
Estate and interest of John Scott
Macdonnell and his heirs in and to
all ami singular thai certain parcel
or tract of land and premises above
mentioned.
J.  .1.  CAMBRIDGE.
District Registrar of the sup:- mi
Court of British Columbia.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the ,
���, | ,   River  Lumbei   Company,  Lim-.
Iti I,"   having applied  to   His  Excellency, the Governor General in Council, for the approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
and   booming   grounds   in   the   Pitt
River, in the District of  New West-j
minster.   Province   of   British   Columbia,   having  deposited   with   the   Honorable the Minister of Public Works j
at   Ottawa,  plans of said   booms  and
booming   grounds,   together   with    a
description  of  the  site   thereof,  and !
have   also   deposited   a   duplicate   of
each in the ofiice of the Registrar of
Deeds  for  the  said  District   of  New
Westminster, in which  District   said
work's are proposed to be constructed, j
In accordance with the requirements
of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised i
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910. !
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Dumber ,
Company, Limited.
TENDERS.
CALL AND SEE THEM AT
KIRK'S  HARDWARE,New Westminster, B. C
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue ant Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATE8:
Room $1  p-r day up.
Room  and board |2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath  $2.&0 per day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be Kept on file
In our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
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HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .J6.75 p.r Bbl.
TERMINAL ft^g,
HINDOO FLOUR K50 per BM-
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FRONT ���TREET. New Weatmlnater. Telephone MS.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Posti ter Gi neral, ��iii be receivi d
ai Ottawa until Noon on Friday, the
18tli February, for th< conveyance -:|
llis Majesty's Mails, on proposed contracts for fo ir ye.,! s. 11 and 30 timi s
per week each way, between Cue
.. Wi stm ei Po Office and the
Canadian Pai Iflc R lilway Station
and the Gnat Northern Railway Station from tlie  1st  April  next.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to 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 ai the office of the Post
Office Inspector.
1'ost Office Inspecto 's Office. Vancouver,  ll. <'..  7th January, 1910.
JOHN   It.   GREENFIELD,
Post   Ofiice  Inspector
NOTICE   RE   BURNABY BOARD OF
TRADE.
Public meeting called for February
in Burnaby Corporation Hall at 8
p.m.; business, to receive dues, to admit new members, form committees
and any other important business.
All residents of Burnaby are eligible
for membership and are invited to
join the Board of Trade.
B.  G.   WALKER. Pres.
THOS.  D. COLDICUTT, Secy.
NOTICE.
In  the  .Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New  Westminster,  in  the Province
of   British  Columhla,  deceased:
Notice is hereby given that all persons   having  any  claims  or  demands
against  the  late Frederick  Thrussell,
who  died  on  or  about  the  30th  day
of   November,    19 -:'.   at   the   City   of
New   Westminster,   i.n   the   Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or deliver   to   the   undersigned   solicitors'
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix  of  the  last   will  of the  said i
Frederick Thrussell, their names and
addresses and full particulars In writing of their claims ami statements of
:iii Ir  accounts,  verified  by  statutory
declaration,   and  the  nature  of  the
securities (if anyl held by them.
I     \ni take notice   hi t, after the 28tb
day of February, 1910, the said Harriett   Ann  Thrussell   will   proceed  to
distribute the assets of the said deceased   among   the   persons   entitled
thereto,  having  regard   only  to    {he
claims of which s!k- shall then have
had notice, and that the said Harriett
Ann Thrussell will not  be liable for
the  said  assets  or any  part  thereof
Dated this  fifteenth   (15th)   day of
January, 1910.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
to any person  of  whose  claim    she
shall not then have received  notice.
does not propose to himself to go regs
larly sixty 'idles n day or to m.'.! ijeC
the same set of muscles In any otl
form of physical exercise to latei-si
and unremitting labor But that li
what we do with tlie immediate uge.n
of our minds -the brain machine. W��
cannot watch Its operations, We oftai
issnine that lt�� movements are as llgu'
��� nd er.dlesg as the ripples of the un!
vernal nlr. We know and nevertheless-
we forget that the brain In n substantia
���apparatus us liable to depreciation at
(ho flisd plant iu a workshop. Now
nothing Is more certain thnn this���fkni
tho potent,.-.1 capacity of the humtu
brain has not inereii!i*d, if ��t all. It
anything like the proportion of the Ira
Densely aggravated demand upon It.
The modern man is subject to �����
much mental and moral wear &wd ten'
in a day as his ancestors In uo ver;
remote generation experienced In t
week. Yet In respect of sleep we hav��
hardly changed traditional habit. Wi
keep ltitw und still later hours. W.
catch our trains. In the morning tu
usual. There Is no doubt whatever th*
���re burn t'ae candle at both end�� wltt
unprecedented disregard of the laws ol
psychologW.l economy, and that th*
amount of >-��st we allo/v for nerve and
brain Is no longer adequate.���Londo"
Telegraph.
A   Faait  Train,
On the Riviera line near VenttmigHe.
Italy, the train, after ambling genttj
along, stopped suddenly. An Inpatient
passenger put hU head out aud uskerf
crustily, "Is this Rordlghera?" No an
��wer. "Guard, Is this Rordlghera?" bi
shouted again. A voice came from tb��
fore part of the train, "No, monsieur,
It la not Bordighera���lt Is a -ow.'
When the cow had been removed froci
the Uua the train ambled on again
Two mlnntes later ii once more cair,��
to a dead stop. "Another cow, I sup
pose?" shouted the testy passengc.
Witherlngly.   "No, monsieur, It Is not,'
���add  the guard placidly.    "It  Is  tht
name cow."
A   Costly    Uoak.
There Is a famous old desK in the
British war ofiice ln London. It la i
desk to which old hands point wltt.
emotion. That desk cost the natiot
(25.000,Wm. In it is a pigeonhole wltr
i storj. it was into that pigeonhole
that tlie dispatch of King Theodore ol
Ahysslnia was thrust���und forgotten
���.fter we had be&O to war the doen
aieut was found in the denk, and w#
*n learned that then* ought to hav�� | s"ixtj".fjVP^
Rev. II. Beacham, Rev. li St. George
Buttrum; Secretaries, i.ev. n. Beacham,  J.   li.   Seymour.
Canon  is  Discussed.
Only one of the proposed new c i-
jona was discussed 'yesa, rday, nn I
tbat was the one dealing wil - I .-���
removal of a clergyman from bis cur .
The canon was Introduced b,. i e
Rev. Archdeacon Pentreath, and 'ins
as follows:
' if the bishop, on consultation with
the executive committee, shall be of
opinion that the continuance of an
duly licensed clergyman in his cure
is likely, from any cans- o- cans .:
other than those provided- for In til ���
canon on discipline, no; to h conducive to the welfare and progress of
tiie church, he shall Issue a eomini -
sion to report oa the fac;.-. and if
such report sustain the bishop in his
opinion, then, after further consult -
tion with the- executive committee, ho
shall relieve such clergyman o his
cure at the expiration of siv months
notice, or on payment of six months
salary In advance."
The    motion    was    discussed
length,  but   there was  such  a  diffe -
ence of opinion on the matter that It
was deemed advisable to refer it to a
committee  composed of three  clerg;.
men and throe laymen, wlhcii will no
report, until the next annual synod.
Earlier in the atterno n the Venerable Archdeacon Pentreath. of C -
lumbia. read his annual report. Tie'
report congratulated the church on
the good work done during the year
but deplored the fact tha* some of
the parishes in the wesl ha I not.
made up the amount of money re-
quired of them.
The report was adopted as read.
Treasurer's   Report.
The   treasurer's   report   then   came
up for discussion  and as it had been
printed   and   distributed    among    the
delegates  it  was  not   read.    The  report  shows that the finances of tho
diocese are in fairly go id shape, although the appeals sent oai for tnls-
Islonary funds were not responded to
as well as might have been.
|    The meeting suspended business for
the day about seven o'clock.    In the
evening a web attended Bervlce was
held In the cathedral, at whiih the
Rev. A. 0. dePencier offlciat a
Today's Business.
The program for today includes two
very important items���one the discussion, of the advisability of ap-
;��i;'i!ing a coadjutor bishop to assist
Bishop Dart and the other the establishment of n superannuation fund for
clergymen, the clergymen to be retired from ae'ive work at the age of
*ie9B no war.���London Sketch.
DISTRICT  OF   BURNABY.
Applications for the position of Assistant Engineer will be received by
the undersigned up to Wednesday.
February 2, 1910. Applications to be
endorsed "Assistant Engineer," and
to state qualifications and salary required.
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, January 24, 1910.
To Advertisers:
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster's only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring
you new business.
Yes, that's it.
Advertise in The Daily News
Tl,<    stiajf.
"I hear yeur firm discharged you."
'Tea, bat I wouldn't mind that ac
nuch if they hadn't added insult H
injury."
"BorT
"They advertised for a bey te fit
���y place."
Sheridan fell ln love with Mm Urn
lay and told the story of "The Blr.Ua.*
which ii ��� trtM .veoount of Ms
DOaat _
Otatanarlains gr��e v*riow nuooi to
which tbey ascribe their Imyillj, but
It Is significant that they all agree on
the advantage ef pleaty of vork and
little worry ln aiding length of life
The advice lately grvaa by a wt>mai>
over a buudrad la worth oo���Waring
as she advises one to eat whao hungry
sleep when sleepy, with plenty tX
sleep, to work cooctantty, keep cheer
ful and avoid worry. tMa puts lu n
few w<yds the doetrtea of the aimph
life, and ber conctuatoa la warthy ot
an ancl-iiit s.i��e wb*n she say* that ti
thes* rules will not produce health aud
long Ufa thare la bad blood In thi
family and It had better die out.
Baltimore American
Tho following are two of the clauses
describing the powers and duties of
the coadjutor bishop, lf the synod
sees fit to appoint one:
"The coadjutor bishop shall perform such diocesan duties air! exercise such Eplacopal authority in the
diocese as the bishop shall assign to
him, and lf the bishop shall noi assign any such duties and authority,
or if any difference shall arise between the bishop and his coadjutor
regarding the same, the matter shall
be decided by the metropolitan of the
province of British Columbia, or it
there be no metropolitan, then the
senior bishop in British Columbia In
eaeli case acting with the primate of
all Canada.
'The coadjutor bishon shall have
the seat in the synod and the same
right of voting the��eln as any priest
of the diocese sitting in synod In
the absence of the bishop from synod
he shall have the same powers and
authority therein as the bishop of the
diocese. In the administration and
episcopal work of the diocese he shall
have the same powers, privileges and
authority therein as the bishop of the
diocese, but shall exercise them In
subordination to the bishop."
The business will resume this
morning at ten o'clock. There will
be a communion service at eight a.
m. and matins at half-past nine a. m.
Cbanrtaar wm i�� hu u>.,
A party of gentlemen sitting on tin
veranda of a leading hotel at Jacks���.
H. H., fell la to au amiable discus--' ������
of their delightful best who bore hi it;:
military title and wbo won bis military
apora on the ataif of a New Hauip
attire g��Ta-a*r. Oa�� of them asked
"Did ha pet hie flO* from sorvice 1;
tbe defena* af hi* country V And ti"
reply, from a rettr*d army officer wa,-.
"Ha must Dave, for he has not iK
gotten how to anergc.*'
Enduring Cnglne Pali.
There's one thing about a k��eo-
aaotiv* tha* hnen't changed in tha
last futy-ftv* jaare/' mnaed on ��*>
linear. Me was looking at an engine Mm* was djww-ing some coaches
ttooiun the train shad. Tha fad
was ckagb^ loudly.
*T�� iwroaded a good ma��y
jma*\" sat comtinuad, "and I ean't
remember when the old engine bell
didn\ sound juet as it does today.
Ifs always been rung by a eord tee,
Tha coning oi compound cyiimkn
and the iasprovemant is boiler pis*
teas and aahaosts have revoiution-
tsad raOmading. but tha old ball
iwrnfs hnalrwsid and forward Juat
���s it M whan I fart clubbed into
le-naV*
Form of Notice, District of New West-
LAND ACT.
mlnstsr.
Take notice that. John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie fol:owi:ig described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341, about one mile northeast of
head of Billings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 29, 1909.
NOTICE.
Dividend No. fi, covering the year
1909 has been declared by tbe Dominion Trust Company, Limited. Cheque*
for same are awaiting shareholders
at the company's office on Columbia
street.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All boats having full masts must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. M, 1910.
L PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
ml
The &3ily News'
Countess Szechenyl Visits Home.
New York, Feb. 2.���Countess Szech-
Published bv Tne Dally News Publisn. I����*���   US^e��l  Miss  Gladys   Vander-
....        ibilt, and her husband arrived in New
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices   Vork  today from Burope wilh  Uieir
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria   fifteen-months-old  daughter.  Countess
Streets. j Cornelia.     Count   Szechenyl   will   re-
 ~~~-~~~~~.~_���^~   turn to Europe in a week.   The count-
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director   MB  Will   visit   with   relatives   for   six
3 weekes.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1910
MISREPRESENTING   CANADA.
Some attempt has been made on
the other side of the Atlantic to produce an Impression that th,. Liberals
of Canada are not imperialistic. W'ha-
are the facts? Since coming into
power in 1896 tin- Liberal government have done everything possible
to foster relations between th.- two
countiies. The British preference
was stoutly fought by the Cons irva-
tlves in the House and in the country. The Liberal part) stood Arm
however, and this commercial bond
was welded firmer in spile of Tory
opposition.
Since the Liberal government came
into power iu 1896 there has b ��� in a
steady growth of Imperialism and loy-
a.ty to British institutions by Canadians, in this regard the Liberals,
led by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, have neglected no opportunity t - stri n ��� b< n
the bonds Which unite Can.uia to the
British crown.
Sir Wilfrid's attitude at the Colonial Conference, hi., advocacj of
measures of a distinctly Imperialistic
tendency, tin- British preference, and
mor0 recently the efforts of the Canadian government to bring about close,
union between Great Britain and the
colonies hy a system of cheaper cable
rates, all an- permeated with the
controlling idea of bringing us clos.-r
to the motherland,
The building of the National Transcontinental will bring the Orient
seven hundred miles nearer the Pacific coast, and the advantages to the
empire of this state o: things 1 incalculable.
All these things mean that the Liberal party, the governing power in
Canada, are Imperialist* in the wld. s
und best sens.-. Why then should
the Canadian government, Canadian
Institutions, Canadian public men,
and all things Canadian be misrepresented in th-- way th j havi be a hy
one or two British papers'.'  .
Under tin- Liberals Canada has
shown her loyalty lo the Cfown, her
fealty to the Empire, and a practical
desire to encourage trade relations.
She has shed her blood, given her
money, ami this without anything in
return. Canada proffere 1 a trade
preference which has greatly stimulated trade between Great Britain ami
this country. This was given freely,
without asking or expecting anything
in return. The garrisons at Halifax
and Esquimau ha\. been taken over,
and an immense flnaneia. burden has
been transferred from the shoulders
of the British taxpayer t , those of
the Canadian. Yet a portion o; them
misrepresent and slander us.
That Canada is loyal 11 the Empire, and that a vigorous, healthy imperialistic sentiment is growing, is
largely in consequence of the attitude
of the government of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier. The evidence of this is enumerated above, nnd requires no argument to support  it.
The party of Opposition in Canada
���that Is, the poliltcal portion of the
Opposition���think nothing of country,
nothing of Imperial unity, nothing of
the evil effects upon the future of the
Dominion; but they think much of
the joys of office and the opportunities of power. They never neglect
the chance of belittling the government of the day, and to cast aspersions upon the honor of public men ln
the Liberal ranks is regarded In tin-
light of a sacred duty.
That much which is published I"
jurious to Canada is Inspired fro.u
Conservative sources here 1- well
known. The Canadian government, to
whom the poeple of England are under a deep debt of gratitude, are constantly maligned by their political
opponents, who appear to find a section of the British press willing to cir-
dilate the most improbable stories
without any attempt to secure authority or corroboration.
It is the wish of Canadians that
love for the mother country shou d
be undiminished, their loyalty keep
pac<j with their prosperity, and imperialism be their guiding star. That
Canada should share with the mother
liuid the material blessings with
which she has been so richly c-ndowe,|
by nature Is a national desire. These
thoughts are submitted for the consideration of that section of the British press which treats lightly of Canadian public men and Canadian projects, with a fervent hope that they
may  profit by  them.
Numidian in Great Storm.
Halifax, Feb. 2.���The steamer Numidian, Winch arrived here today, had
her bulkhead stove in and her deck
machinery washed away during a
fctorm off the Irish coast.
Rare Book on Newfoundland.
Boston, Feb. 2.���The announcement
that a copy of the London 1622 edition of Whltbourne's interesting and
rare work on early Newfoundland was
to he auctioned attracted book collectors and dealers from many parts
of the country to the book sale at
Llbble's today. The book is highly
prized by collectors the world over
because of Its Interesting character
and extreme rarity. Tin- title of the
book is "A Discourse Containing a
Loving Invitation, Both Honorable
and Profitable, to all Such as Should
In- Vdventurers, Either in Person or
Purse, for tlie Advancement of His
Majesty's Most Hopeful Plantation in
the New-Found Land, lately Undertaken." Wliitbourne. the author of
tin- work, was one of tin1 leaders of
colonization of Newfoundian '��� by the
British in the early pari of the seventeenth century.
Conference Chairman Selected.
Toiedo. 0., Feh. 2.���At an executive session of the operators of the
Ohio. Indiana and Pennsylvania districts today. J. Kolses, manager of
the Jackson Hill Coal and Coke company, of Terre Haute. In 1., was settled upon for chairman of the joint
wage conference to be held with the
miners.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Fourth   Thursday  of   Prayer.
Washington. Feb. 2.���The fourth
Thursday in February it is announced
has been selected by the National Interdenominational association as a
I day of prayer to be observed by members of every evangelical church in
this country.
Tobacco Fumes Overcome Firemen.
San Francisco. Feb. 2.���So many
firemen wen- overcome by tobacco
fumes from a fire in the basement of
a wholesale tobacco dealer here today that 1 It ir comrades were compelled t-i stop fighting the flames to
rescue them. Six firemen were carried from the build'ng, one of them,
Lieut. Eugene Valenti, s - badiv injured that his recovery is very doubtful. The property loss is estimated a:
$10,000.
Special Today
Dolls!  Dolls!
SPECIAL   TODAY���DRESSED
DOLLS AT 15c AND 25c
EACH.
air
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for tbe same
R.  T.    PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 191Q
���sser
L c e's
We want you to visit our  Furniture Store, as it appeals to thos
who buy thoughtfully, with good   taste,   who   want   reliabk,   honest
Furniture at the  lowest prices possible.
Dresser and Stand
Made of hard maple wood in golden quartered oak finish the
case is IS hy 34 in size, having .three large drawers, trimmed' with
brass handlef; the top being fitted with a British bevel mirror
14 by 24, and the frame is handsomely carved.
Price $15.00
Books  Closed,  Audits    Made,    Statements and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
Lip 17 * G  Furniture Emporium jj
.sLafl   ILrJ      l��aJ Lee's  Block, Columbia  Street,
Room   9   Westminster    Trust    Block
Phone L578, P. O. Box 705
I Phone 73.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Opens Thursday. February 3, 1910
AT 9 O'CLOCK
OUR   BIG   ANNUAL   SALE   OFFERS  AN   OPPORTUNITY   FOR  SELLING   UNHEARD OF BARGAINS IN BOTH
ale
BOOTS AND SHOES. THIS IS A SALE WHERE THE PRICES ARE CUT TO PIECES. WE HAVE OUR
SPRING GOODS TO MAKE ROOM FOR, AND WE MUST CLEAR OUT OUR PRESENT STOCK. YOU GET
BUSY,  AND  COME  ALONG  OUR  WAY  AT  ONCE���YOU'LL  SAVE   MONEY BY DOING SO���SO COME ALONG
Mens Shoes
Misses' and Children's
Shoes
Ladies'  Shoes
ijCHOOL SH0EQ
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Sixteen pairs Men's Waterproof
Hoots, stamped price $f>.50. Sale
price    $5.25
Forty-eight pairs Men's Vicl French
Calf-Llnei. Hoots, stamped price $7.00.
Sale price $5.25
One hundred and twenty pairs
Men's Box Calf Boots, regular price
$5.00.    Sale price   $3.90
Eighty-six pairs Men's Box Calf
Elastic Side Boots, regular price $5.00.
Sale price  $2.95
NOTE���This  sale  opens on  Thursday at 9 a. m., and absolutely closes Saturday evening at 11 o'clock
BARGAIN TABLE NO. FIVE is
loaded with Misses' and Children's
Shoes which will be sold at COST.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' BOOT8
TABLE NO. 4���
Every pair of shoes on this table
is to be sold at FIFTY PER CENT
DISCOUNT.
41   pairs   of    Women 8' Waterproof
Shoes,     regular     price    $5.5(1      Sale
Price   $3.95
84 pairs of Women's Waterproof
Leather-Lined   Boots,   regular   price
$fi.00.    Sale price   $4.25
One hundred and twenty-six pairs
Women's Edw. C. Burt shoes, the brat
shoe manufactured in the Slates.
Regular price  $6.00.   Sale price..$4.25
42 pairs of odd lines Women's
Oxfords, regular prices $4.On and
$5.00.    Sale price   $1.95
W.
SINCLAIR
THE
629 COLUMBIA STREET
SHOE MAN
NEW WESTMINSTER THURSDAY, FEBRUAR Y3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Bi��J��i7joo^Joiise
Madras Muslins
and Curtain Nets
10-piece   Fancy   Madras,    in    cream,   fancy   striped   and  dark
ground effects.   Prices per yard 25c> 35c and  50c
Hemstiched and Lace inserted  Swiss curtaining;     very    special
price, per yard       50c
INVESTIGATE THESE PRICES.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
^SPORTING NEWS
PAUL ACOOSE TAKES    ONLY ONE TEAM TO
FIRST TRIP EAST
Speedy Indian Runner Has
Two Races Arranged and
More in Sight.
W^nn Peg, Feb. 2.-Paul Acoose, the
|Grenfell Indian, is 0ff on his llrst trip
| to eastern Canada and the Unite.,
i dates.   ne was ln the city yesterday
Hi
REPRESENT VANCOUVER
Con. Thinks by Bunching
Best Players Together He
May Win Minto Cup.
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
sion.
posses-
:i'l 'j ft .ast nighi for Toronto.
J. .-.!.���   *���--
M ���
fe-^7
m
SKATE
at   the
Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c:    Skates   25c
On Saturdays. 10 to 12.
all school children will be
furnished  skates for  10c.
���_   ������������������������.,-,-,-,-,_,    Form
Qtieeu   City   he   travels  to   New
York, where he will be pitted against
lie besl Powers and Pallock, the two
big promoters, can collect.
on his lengthy trip Paul will have
V.. L. Staples as his travelling companion and manager. Jack McLeod,
who broughl him into the limelight,
is iinable to keep him company, possibly because it Is curling weather, and t
he has handed over the reins ot governmenl to another. Mr. Staples ha
known him for a long time an l the
people of Grenfell anticipate the new
manager can handle him t> perfection.
The two wi ie quartered at the Man.
itoba hotel during the day and Paul
had jusi awakened from a little nap
when they told their plans.
On Wednesday night an open race
is on the hills, in which Red Hawk.
Hans Holmer, Percy Sellen, Meadows
and Crowley���the latter recently
turned professional���and others will
take part. There Is on'iy one other
engagement so far hooked, and that
is what Paul considers to be a big
affair, it takes place In New York
on February 1 1 at Madison Square,
Just who Paul will have to go up
against is not known, but he didn't
seem to care, for he says he Is afraid
of no one.
Paul spoke a little more than usual
yesterday. In fact for him he was
quite chatty. Among other things, he
said he had only Just come off the
reserve, where he had been since he
came hack from the coast. He appeared perfectly lit. and though he
seems to have put on weight he says
he has been training on the reserve,
where the other Indians give him encouragement.
Mr. Staples says that though he
has onlv two races fixed up he expects there will he lota doing down
east. On his way hack he WOUid like
to meet someone In Fort William,
and is also anxious for something to
do In Winnipeg.
"Acoose  challenges  the  world, bars
on'-,  and  will  race them  winner
Vancouver will only haw- one senior  -acrosse  team   ia   tti-c   provincial
professional championship series this j
coming season.   The players have de- i
creed    il    and   though   the   executive I
of   the   Vancouver  and     Maple    Leaf
clubs al  their recent meeting deemed
it   best   for   the   national   game   that l
there be two teams representing the :
city  in   the league during  the season
of 1910, ii  is the playing element of ���
the club which controls (he situation, j
Tuesday    night    at    the    National j
Sports   club   President.   Con   Jones   of ���
ie Vancouver Lacrosse club took 'he ;
players into Mb confidence and had a
pieasani little chat with them on tin'
future of the game in this vicinity.
The wisdom of pulling two teams In
the League from this city was deb.it d
at considerable length and the players expressed themselves as opposed
io the suggestion. They considered
lhat it would be farcical to put two
Vancouver teams out during tin- com-
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room housa,
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 summar), when  ft will  double  in  value.    Price
$1750.
No.
$400 CASH  AND $25  PER   MONTH   buys   a   new
In  Sapperton;   a   good   buy.   Price only $1600.
seven-room   house
No. 234
MISSION
*
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE_$500 cash, balance spread over
three ysars. This propertyis on the direct route to the Stavs
Lake Power Company's property and Is an exceptionally good
buy  In  acreage. No .364
(Continued  on  rage Seven),
sliiiriiiio
SHOW UNCOMMON tiEM
White, Shiles & Co
74G and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Only   Three   Days   Late   In   Notifying
Bruce and Craig That Charg.s Are
Laid  Against  Them.
���������������������������������������������������������������� ^������������������������������������������������������������������������i.
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lorthern   Crowrs   Baulk I
OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN   CANADA.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
''.e Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
"(,st. In this era of development Western financial institutions
Must play an important part. Tbe Northern Crown Bank invites
those win, have the interests of the West at heart to share ln the en-
lonneni of its privileges. . ,;,Sftbs>. Ixaflsaikiffli&BMM
0NE DOLLAR  WILL OPEN  A.SAVINGS    ACCOUNT     WITH     US.
Manager J, E. HAWKSHAW, New W     estminster.
.$6,000,000    *
.$2,200,000    J
take  all.    Coudl  anything be  fairer?"
Mr.  Staples asked.
A suggestion has been made for a
Madison Squart Garden race. Indians
vs. l'nited States runners, for a dls-
I mce of twenty miles, bul whether
it comes through or not (imp will tell.
It bard.y sems likely, bin the proposed   runners  are  as  follows:
Indian���Tom Longboat, Red Hawk.
Vcoose, Fred Simpson.
railed States���Jimmle Leo, Pat
Cieu 1,-y. Mueller, Johnny Hayes.
The race would he scored nn point .
for position, tin- lowest Or highest
score, according lo the system utilised, deciding the team championship.
**���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,
|Keep Your House Warm \
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel ���
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. ���
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
GOOD  SECONDHAND COOK  STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP.    ���
"st Block, Pront St., New Westminster X
������������������������������������������������.>��������������������        ��� �����������>���>���������������������������������������������>���
WESTERN CANADA HASH
TO INCLUDE EIGHT CLUBS
Here is One of Our
Christmas Pianos
That Arrived Too
Late for the Xmas
Trade
Mn going to give some extra  bargains,  as  I  have   too  largei   a
\r   ���-     -   - ... \jr.ti     mccn    TUP     P ANO
- --ii* ui give Home e.Mia.   iwisimio.   <��o   ���    -    --���������     _,':��.,~
ull2 ���ry an<l I ���<"1  the ���ney-YOU   NEED   THE   PIANO.
���254.00 CASH WILL TAKE   ONE. Others at $275.00 cash; $300.00
cash.
One second-hand piano was $500, will sell for $175.   CASH WILL
,AL-K   WITH    US   FOR   THE  NEXT TEN DAYS.
bo I
-v-ae and let us show you what surprises we have In store for
;"'��� when  I advertise BARGAINS..  That Is what they are, and you
Will    ���"."     --       ��� aBBBBBBBBBl
CoiIK
wh(
""v���    *    uu*ci uat;     fc��r-�� i *****���%* i
say so when you see them.
J- H. Todd's Music House
419JColumbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Winnipeg, Feh. 2.���It Is expected a
meet ing of the Western Canada
basketball league will he called early
this month to definitely settle on the
circuit and make other arrangements
for the season.
It is likeiy the league will be composed of the same eight cities as last
year. Saskatoon wants to come in and
would lit in nicely, but It Is felt none
of the present members will relinquish their franchises. Little has
been heard from Brandon, but It is
Confidently expected that tho Wheat
City will he In line again. Calgary,
Edmonton, Moose Jaw and Winnipeg
are certainties. Regina has quite a
deficit to face as the result of .mismanagement last year, and some of
last year's officers are none too enthusiastic, but the writer has been
assured by prominent business men,
notably those connected with the
Boosters' club, that lieglna will have
baseball a.l right. Most of last year's
players are under reserv'-, and lt
would not be hard getting a team together. In fact, this satisfactory condition prevails all around the
cult.
The fust method in which the officials of the Uist.iiet Soccer league
handle their business is shown hy
the receipt of the following letter,
dated January 2*.-, here yesterday;
"Messrs. John Bruce and James
Craig. Hovers Football Club, Westminster;
"Dear sirs���You have been reported by Mr. John Savage, who ret
ereed your league gam.- with Westham island on January 22, for hitting
players of the visiting team.
"Oar cm league meeting is <>n
Monday next, January 31, at eight P-
in., In the National Spoils club In
this city, and your cause will be
broughl   Im fore it.
-'in al, probability you will be
asked to state your side or the <i"- b-
Hon. so w,- hope you win endeavor
to be present.    Yours faithfully,
"T. E. DAVIES,
"Secretary   Senior   Division   League.''
How Mr. Davies expects Bruce and
Craig to gel   back  from  Wednesday
to   Monday  is   not   explained.     Ia   re- ,
gard to the charge against  Craig, the
players say that Trimm, of the West- I
ham   Island   team,   had   him   on   the
ground and  was choking  him.   When
Craig   gol    b(>   naturally   took   a   jab
at; Trimm, and it was only then thai
the referee noticed something.   Craig
has  the  reputation  of  being  a clean
player.
The charge against Bruce Is probably the outcome of a scrap between
thai player and McCallum. who had
been c< nslstently kicking his shins
throughout    the     game.     The    other
players maintain that no blows were
Struck, and that McCallum Was tho
aggressor In  the  quarrel.
All this month, everything
reduced   and   everything
plainly marked.
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Wesminster.
����������<-���������������������������� >��<?����������>��������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������
MTV*-.'' '-J-^UT-srffTlaWH*SM
Hvatt May Go to Boston.
Ham Hyatt, formerly
but  now a member of
Vancouver
.  Pittsburg
I Pirates, may be sold to the Huston
(Nationals this year. Fred Lake of
ithe Boston club Is carrying on negoti-
I talons with Harney Dreyfuss which
may leac' up to the stile of Ham.
cfr-
Doc White Joins the  Holdups.
Washington. D. C, Feb. 2.���"Doe."
White the Chicago Americans' clever
left-hander has joined the army of
holdups. "I haven't, and will not. sign
until I have a good long talk with
President Comiskoy." said White last
night. "He sent me a contract, at
the same old figure right after the
season closed and I returned It. 1
believe I have worked hard enough
to entitle me to a little more money.
Comlskey has found me willing to
play the outfield when a fie,der was
needed and I am always ready to take
my turn ln the box."
LAMY DOES WELL
AT BIG SKATING  MEET
Saranac Lake, N. Y.. Feb. 2.-Slx
events were run off this afternoon at
the annual International outdoor skating championship on Saranac lake.
Edmund Lamy won the half mile, one
mile and three mile heats. W. G.
Flnlayson, of Montreal, clipped off
two-fifths of a second from the 220-
'yard record.
All! -ids.
Best Prices.
Our Clue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
IllCf TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death In this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and In consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against Ibis serious loss by livestock Insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
1 represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing a
policy willi NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full particulars whether you insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Pnone <S2 M Trie InsitranceiMan" 657 Columbia St.
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
0ern��r Mint* Bt art   Flit* Arena*
PHONE 170.
���OWELL * OODr. Prootiatora.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH ST.
PHONE' RS27
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
i-
I
/��� PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
3- 1910.
I
I
OWNS WITH TROUBLES.
Saondon's tronh!* U hr.r tog.
Tokyo's trouble Is earthquakes, r*
k��r worst 200,000 residents were killed,
Tlie mistral Is tlie trouble of Mar
artlles, nn east wind that Increases the
city's deatb rate 00 per cent.
Calcutta's trouble Is cholera, and th*
bubonic plague is the trouble of Bombay S ch city pays to her trouble an
annual tribute of U000 souls.
Bagdad's trouble Is the "Bagdad button," o sore that attacks practically
every resident and visitor, leaving s
tSVtton Shaped permanent scar.
Madrid's trouble Li the nolano, a mini-
inev wild from the southeast. It Is exceedingly hot and Is accompanied by
blinding, .'taking- clouds of dust ��o
that uot*vtthst*adinK a temperature of
10% o�� ttO oletrreen ��'- windows must b��
closed���Philadelphia IW.letln.
The Scisr.ce of Chemistry,
Chemistry did not become n science
���In other words, chemistry proper ("Id j
o��t <?xlst���cntll tlie seventeenth cen- |
tury, ��a/J It wns as late as the mitidl"
cf tbe eighteenth century before lt be-
pan Jo ".mount to much. The old alchemy undoubtedly eentalued the
germs, or at lenst the poaslbilltlea, of
the present day chemistry, but tn-yond
this tbe relationship Ix-rwoea tbe modern science and the ancient delwdon Is
slight Indeed. Still, lt cannot he denied that It was ln the foolish soarcb
for the "Philosopher's Stone" and the
"Elixir of Life" that men llrst hit upon
th�� discoveries which were destined
to develop into tiie great science of *>
day.���New Tork American.
The Saroastio Cabby.
Tho London bobby to aotoriottfl fot
jprerprown feet and bauds. IJkewise
the London cabby la generally so-
credited with never belrtp at a loss for
��� reply. One day a bobby lifted up
Ms hand majestically to bait a cabby,
but the latter crowded his borne ahead.
"Lldn't you see me raise my 'anoT
domanded the bobby.
"I did i��e* the sky darken a moment,
but my 'orse wns shyin' at your feet,"
retorted tlie cabby as he whipped of
end went on^���London Graphic.
Knew  Prom  riptrlriice.
"1 say," said a friend the other day,
"you aro nn old hand at lt I have
only just pot married, and don't understand much about tho business, but has
a married man any rights left when
be once assumes the hymeneal reapow-
elbllltles?"
"Rights? Yes. lots! lie's a rlgli.
tv pay all the bills, to"���
"Stop. 1 mean this. Let mo give
you an Instance. Every box and
drawer and portmanteau and. In fact
every available receptacle of every
description is stuffed full of my wife's
property and when l want to put away
a few cuffs aud collars"���
"Hold har��J! 1 know what you mean
Listen, younj; man. lf your bedroom
wore 'J00 yards long and lined
from the floor to tbe celling with
drawers and yon wanted a place hi
stow away �� couple of collars, yon
couldn't find a nook that wasn't fhll ol
hairpins, tufts of frisson, pads, scent
boxi-M, old glove*, powder puffs, rings
and things. So Just accept tlie Inevitiv
ble. Wrap your personal property in
an old newspaper or some brown pipe?
snd hide the parcel under the bed."
Tlie Inquirer smiled loudly and Irool
cally and passed on a wiser lf not s
better man.
6TEAMBOAT DRAMA.
floaliuK   Palace!   That   Furnlejh   Bia
n-riiiim. ,-nt   For Klver Town..
Anybody who lives in n town on the
banks of the Mississippi river and
bears a calliope i ' at 5 o'clock In
the mornljjK knows ti. it it Is not a circus that is coming to I a. It is ttrn
floating palace, which i e name .riven to n unique form of th tries! tr*ias-
port.atiou i tertainnietit . tat is uaod
only on tl..- river and lu tributaries,
the Ohio and Ihe Missouri.
There are at the present time more
than a dozen floating palaces. Enr*
Of them carries a well equipped stajrtv,
a company of from sixteen to thirty- '
Jive actors und actresses, and has s<"��t
Ing capacity for from 200 to 700 per-
sons. Each of the boats has n ste��m
piano with which tlie people from tbe
countryside are called to the landings,
where the shows are given on the
boats, and most of the boats carry
pretty fair bands.
Nowhere else in this country or
abroad is the drama carried np aad
down rivers on steamboats. Boning
the railroad, the favorite menns of
transportation In England snd In coa-
tlneiitnl Europe Is the wagon. There
are many wagon shows ln this country, but they would And It difficult te
reach all the towns thnt aro easily
reached hy the floating palaces. Many
of the towns thnt get all their dramatic
su.stenunce from these floating playhouses have no railroad connections -
whatever. If It were not for ths
shows that float down or up to the*
by boat they would have to go without
theatrical fare.
Mark Twain, who knows tho big river about as well aa anybody, used to
be wall acquainted with tlie old time
managers of a few of the floating palaces, lie Introduces one of them lnte
''Huckleberry Finn." But times change,
and men change with them, nnd the
Coating palace of today Is much more
elaborate and much liner than were the
floating palaces of tbe older time.
They piny to thousands of persons
each season, and they gire pretty good
shows. Their managers, who live In
Cincinnati and St. Louis, make good
profits ou tlie luvcfitmsot ��� Chicago
Tribune.
AN EXPERIENCED KOUSB.i^
knows that Sunlight Soap
means a wonderful savii2�� of
time and labour in house-
cleaning.
Whether with hot or cold
water, nothing gets the dirt
off so quickly and without
Injury as Sunlight Soap.
Use It the Sunlight we;'.
Follow th�� directions.
E��SK?3EHEv��i J.'.-
SEEK POWER 10 HON
RAILWAY LINE HERE
BACHELORS WRATHY
AI PORTLAND PRESS
Columbia County's Single
Men Declare They Are
Sincere in Object.
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and ��lost
kitchen   in  the  city.
leased   for
period ol
years at an annual rei7t;,| *eiu-v-��ae
acre. Not more than' 2RRn **'
shall  be leased  to one Itrth
il
.tbe rate ot
sanitary
company.     A royalty
five cents per ton  shall  i,
on the merchantable coal nii,v1Ii'""ctt(1
w. \\   ,
Deputy of the Mlnistei ol tl    i- ���
Publican     ���
;"'i be Paia
N.n.���Unauthorized
this advertisement win
for.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Legislature   Asked   to   Grant   Charter
to Vancouver-Westminster Terminal   Railway &  Dock  Co.
Blklmo  ThrnwlaiK  Stick*.
A "throwing stick," "throwing
board" or "spear thrower," as It Is
sometimes called, In a contrivance for
cnfitln^r a Javelin or harpoon, which Is
employed by various savage' races,
such as the Australians, some South
American tribes and especially by the
Eskimos, among whom its use Is almost universal, lleughry speaking, tt
Is u narrow grooved hoard a foot or so
long, with one end cut Into a handle
and the other provided with a stud ot
spur for the butt of the spear to rest
against. It Is used thus: Grasping the
bundle ns lip would a sword, the man
fits the shaft of the spear Into tbe
groove, with the butt resting agsfnst
the stud, steadying fhe spear with tho
finger. Then, extending Ms arm and
bending back his hand till the spear
lies horizontal, he aims st the mark
and propels the weapon by a ijutcV
forward jerk of the stick. In this way
I have Reen Eskimo boys casting thehr
forked javelins at wounded wmterfewl
���ewmtai.-e and Up In Business.
"Downstairs i>r oysters'/ r*tA now.
That day's gone by. People don't like
to go downstairs for anything. They
don't mind going upstairs, but object
to the basements." B�� spoke an old
timer. "Yet lt Is easily within the
memory of a middle aged man whea
oyster cellars were numerous. Ther*
���re ouly a few left The same way
with barter shops. Forty, or even
thirty, years ago most of them were ln
basements. Even saloons were often
downstairs, despite the obvkms difficulty of throwing an obstreperous customer out. Nowadays it's upstairs foi
everything.���Philadelphia Record
AUNTIE'S MEMORY.
What   She   Kuril    Viumt   the   Fall   a*
tlie Human  l��mplre.
Aii old colored woman down ln Alabama was reported to be of great age
aud was extremely proud of the distinction. Tbe proprietor of a museum,
on hearing of her, sent one of hie
agents to make an lnvestigntlon, ss she
would lie a -nluable acquisition to his
museum. The agent piled her with
questions regarding her age. lie asked
lier:
"Auntie, do you remember George
Washington?"
"Does I remember George Washington? Laws a-massy, mister, I reckon
1 does, for I done missed him when bs
was a chile."
"Well, I suppose you remember the
Revolutionary wax?"
"Yes, indeed f toes, honey. I stood
dar lots of times an' seen do bullets
flyln' round thick as hailstones."
"Well, auntie, how about the fall of
the Roman empire? Do you rteoMoet
anything about thst?"
"De fact is, honey, I was pretty
young about dat time, but I does
'member, now you speak ob It, dat I
did hear de white folks tell 'bout hearing som'pln' drop 'bout dat tlm*"���
Harper's Weekly.
A LASTUfO nMEMnUtffCE
Victoria, Feb. 2.���The act  to incor- j
porate    the    Vancouver-Westminster
Terminal   Railway   &  Dock  company j
was before the railway committee of i
the house this morning and consideration   of  the   bill   was  adjourned   till |
Feb.   10,  at  the    request     of  the  P1'- !
titioners In order that they may have I
opportunity to present profiles of the I
route of their proposed main line and
branch line railways.
The petitioners seek power to build
a rai.way from a point on False creek
to New Westminster. Authority is
also asked to build branch lines from
any point on the proposed lino.s not i
exceeding  ten   miles  in  length.
The private hills committee will
next Holiday take up consideration of
the act to amend the Vancouvi ��� Tn-
corporatlon act and tlie act t id
the False  Creek  Foreshore  ;   '
In the former bill ther I a n-
teresting clause to I - ffe -��� that
"no person who hen ' erected or i
who sliall erect, any b ilc' I upon
any established or ��� or mplated
street In Vancouver with "it having
previously secured the proper street
grade from the city engineer sliall
have any claim for compensation if
his property is injuriously affected
hy a subsequent alternation of the
street grade. It Is noted that the
clause is retroactive in effect.
Dayton, Wash., Feb. 2.���Attempts
of Portland newspapi r correspondents to cast the Bhadow of insincerity
over the nine Mountain Bachelor's
club has brought down the unbridled
wrath of that organization. President
Ralph Hunt today denied every Inference of an article sent out a few days
ago from Portland purporting to give
an interview with a former Dayton
girl now living In the Rose City. He
said:
"It is untrue that the club is a
schoolboy organization. The youngest
member Is 23, the oldest 60. All are
fanners, owning ranches near Dayton
or interest in ranches; and any one
of us is amply able to take care ol a
wife. If. as the fair Informer of the
Portland i irrespondent says, Dayton
young ladies are forced to go elsewhere to make a living, tlu-y do so
out of preference. In Dayton, as '"
other small towns, are many girls
who prefer the city to the quiet life
Of a farmer's wife. Furthermore, the
condition in Dayton is not representative of Columbus county, of which
Dayton is a small part. In the Blue
mountans, where the clan was organized, then- are six bachelors for every
young woman. Members of the club
are farmers���not  Dayton boys."
Plans are now being made to form
a National Bachelors' club and to
place it on a fraternal basis.
Burns   and   Lang   Matched.
Sydney, N. S. \V��� Feb. 2.���Tommy
Burns and "Bill" Lang were matched
today to fight March 28 for the Australian title.
Grand Trunk Ry jJOD
Excellent Train Service Bctweei
ing
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SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. tat SS, Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria    Dallj   ai   lv, ,,���,
Northern British   Colu
Saturday li p.m.
To  Nanaimo,  Onion   G     ���:-Tuesday   and   Thursday   at  2  p.i
day. 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper  l-Tas.-r    river in Cl     -.  \
and      way    points       ��� ,
leaves    Westminster    at -
| Monday,  Wednesday and  : ...'.
turning, leaves Chilliwa
on Tuesday, Thursday ai
For further  partlcul ti    c ';.
dress
ED. GOULET
New   \V
or
C. B,  FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pass   A - nt,
Vanco ..      b r.
iVicil Service
PLAN   HOSPITAL  FOR  CURE
OF  JUVENILE   CRIMINALS
Champion Batten H.wr.
The Philadelphia Record declare*
that Charles O. B*ber, in employee ln
��� ahirt factory at StTauMfcrwn, Berki
county, P.v�� ti an expert rt sewing oa
buttons. He sewed on 4,200 buttom
one day recently ln Ave and one-hall
hours, which mesne 000 shirts, seven
buttons to a shirt, or about fourteea
battens lu s mln*to. At another tlma
not hclng aware of the fact that bs
was being timed, he sewed on seven
buttons In twenty-five seconds. Mr.
Iteber claims he can fasten, on a
avager, twenty-one buttons ln a mln
Sta, seven buttons to a shirt.
How soon w* an forgotten.
Our msmory put ani��:
*&Khourh we hav* b*��n ml��rb*r
And miMtt puffed ap with pride!
A f*mtl��n<aa from nowTiar*
atnps In our plac* to nil.
How soon we are forKotte�������
Unless we owe a Mil!
Ws RD out west ar somewhere
Tt�� grow up with the place,
And few will mourn our sorne>
And few will ml;-." onr foe*.
But an account unsettled
As a reminder stay*;
The owner will recall us
Once every thirty days.
The ones that are have fmmiea.
The ones that we have fed.
The fellows we have boosted,
Will count us v.lth the dead
Or, If we still arc llTtns:,
Thoy languidly may guess.
The ones with money comlnj
Hang on to our address.
How soon we are forgotten
And on the scrap pUa plaoatt.
Our name no longer mentioned,
Our memory effaced;
Recalled at times by ao one
Our prowasa and our skill.
How soon we are forgotten
Unless we ewe a bin.
New York, Feb, 2.���A plan to erect
in this city a hospital in conjunction
with the children's court, where child
criminals may he examined and
treated for mental and physical defects which are believ,-d to be responsible for their criminal hent. is
discussed in a court report which
went to Mayor Gaynor today.
Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, it is
said, has been deeply interested in
the project and probably will be the
largest, if not the sole, contributor.
The cost of hospital will be more than
$1,000,000.
The report handed to the mayor
today says that one child ln every
seventy-five ln New York under 16
years Is arrested. Many of these
children, it is said, could be cured hy
slmp,e and Inexpensive treatment.
"And cure Is cheaper than confinement," Is the conclusion drawn.
LABOR LEADER WOULD
ORGANIZE   TEACHERS
Pittsburg, Feb. 2.���Where does the
, school   marm  belong���in   the  professional class, or to that of the wage-
| earners?   This is the question attract
! Ing  the   trainers  of  youthful   minds
' here.    An attempt is being made to
form   a  union   for  the  teachers,  but
Emma Jane Williams, of the Pittsburg
Teachers'   association;   Clara   McMil-
i Ian,   vice-president   fo   the   organization;   Emma   Hood,  president   of  the
North Side Teachers' association, and
Mary Lang, of the executive committee  of the  latter organization. Insist
that they are In the professional class
and   therefore   they   should   not    be
j unionized.
Thomas 11. Flynn. general organizer
'of tho American Federation of Labor,
[says that the teachers are wage-
earners, and that a union is the only
| remedy for their troubles. Flynn says
I that he can convince them in course
of time.
Furnishes the Material
���o-^c
"lie Is (jul-ker than greased light
nlng."
"Pshaw! My man has that bcai
He is the fellow that greases tbe lightning."
Russell.
J.  C.  Lucas,  Chilliwack.
H. E. Neeblke, Dundurn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Griffin, Vancouver.
A.  Darton  and wife,  Ladner.
F. D. Campbell, Hammond.
O.   R.   Thomson,   Winnipeg.
A. E. Butler, Mission.
M. D. Welch, Montreal.
Thomas Conlnn, Vancouver.
J. J. McKay, Vancouver.
J.   I.   Chlsholm,   Vancouver.
Windsor.
Thomas  Cowan,  Seattle.
C. T. Purver, Clayton.
W. E. Wright, Clayton.
Frank  Cherad,ay,  Mt.  Vernon.
R. A. Lauderdale, Norman, Wn.
W. C. Hurd. Chicago.
A. L. Brown, Toronto.
J.  Bartley,  Vancouver.
Fred Leapler, Blaine.
E. K. Rise, Fort Langley.
Following are the hours oi despatcn
i arrival of mails at the New VVest-
uinster post office, ilie hour given in
each case being the liour or closing,
which is half an hour, a.; a rule, before the actual despatch. AM mails,
unless otherwise stated, aro despai.nn-
d and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and re-
ceived Sunday are the Q. N. It. South
ami ('. P. R. east mails, not Including
he way mails. Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ctocK
ithe previous night)���Vancouver via
C. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver und Victoria Via
' 3. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. 11. east taking all points
1 ast including Langley aud district.
Tlie mail for AbbOLSLOrd and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and UatBQui are despatched by way ol Vancouver.
5 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, ln-
Icluding all U. S. points east aud sOUtA;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
eelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
. he 1'ort. Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   aud   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver Victoria and
jCvmtrai l'ark, via B. C. Electric 1UU-
iway.
12:30 j).m.��� Strawberry Bill, Tim
herland and South Westminster, by
j ourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Last Burnauy, hy courier.
2:uo p.m.���Burquitlam, >i y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer mouuis ciose at
2:lie except Saturday)���Ladner, fort
Guichon, Westham island and Sun-
bury, daily . xeept Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J, 0. Bruce." (Sieveston mail despatched and received via Vancouver.I
2:110 p.m.���Vancouver aud fiper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Ktdls dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
IThursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyno-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:on p.m.��� Vancouver and Burnaiiy
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat
j unlay an extra mail i- despatched to
|Victoria  via  Vancouver at  this  hour
Blaine and Seattle. Including all U.
!s. points east and south, via G. N. H
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, aft*
Ber Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, PUt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port llaney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassi/,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spenees' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all points ea3t
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattlv, Including all U. S. points, via G. N. 11.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 ��o 10:00 am.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday nnd Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner. Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser ATm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by cornier.
2:30 p.m.���Rnrqultlsm. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
ludlhg nil IT. S. nolnts.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mali east, and
losed mail from Bnmas, nnd Seattle,
neliidlnr' TT. s. A. matter, and also
Frase- Mills.
Any available Dominion Lands Within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteade-i by any person wiio is the sole Head ot a family
or any male over IS years of age, io
the extent oi one-quarter section oi
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally al
thd local land otlice lor the ditinci
In which the land is situate. Entry
hy pioxy may, however, be made on
certain " conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bia
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per-
-form the conditions connected therewith under one ot tbe loiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mottmr. lf tne
fatlu-r is deeased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ol
the land ent-red for. the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing With the lather
or mother.
(3) If the settlor has his permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   owned
,by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfle,i hy residence upon
the said land.
Six month-:' notice In writing should
he given to the commission.r of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal,���Coal   mining  rights  may   be
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
[nglish Watchmaker
Cold Watc'nes for Ladles if ::. |1W
up.
Sliver Watches,    gents'   opM ���'����
���6.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents'  opa nse,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and   W1
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adam: Crow
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Electric Railway Service
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Inter-urban Line.
Cats for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hair
hour from r>:60 a. m. Last
car le-aves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty tnlnut?'
after, cotnrapnclng at 6:20 a. ta
Sapperton   Line:   Cars  leave
at  ten  minutes after the bour,
half past and fifty minutes alter
the  hour, commencing nt 6:->
a. m.
Sunday service half-h .tinyne-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- ta-
I           I
���   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND'NEW WESTMINSTER!
'.7r Manufacturers and Dernier* m AU KtneT ���'
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles.   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doo">
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
{Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always> Stock for Fencing and Draiain*
SRFV
*m*m****4m*mmm*m-*m
Royai City Branch, Colombia St.
TT     Telephone 12. "New Weeta**^
l< THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3,
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE SEVEN
CIVILIAN
HERO.
He
Served   His   Country   as   Truly   an
Any Soldier In Battle.
<{ the clow of the Franco-Prus-
jttn war  a   hasty   conference   was
? Id by the German leaders to de-
Je upon the amount of indemnity
!'hich should bo exacted from
fiance. Bismarck^ differing from
yon Moltke, telegraphed to Berlin
for a financier in whom he had un-
ujunded confidence.    The man was
]iobr��rw anil was for some reason
iislikod by ihe great Prussian gen-
eral. When, therefore, he gave Jlig
opinion that the amount demanded
ifaould be so many thousand million
jjjncB Von Moltke exclaimed Impatiently:
"Absurd!   It io too much!"
<q   know   Die   resources   of   the
Iprench people," said  the financier
calm!'-'.   "They can pay it."
������it :��� a monstrous demand I" re-
| p��ate<! \ on Moltke angrily.    "If .
Klin: Kiel b\"un wncn *-^e W0I*ld WM
Only One Team to
Represent Vancouver
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
(Continu
Ing season, i
selves that
twenty-six
be somewhat.
more
hem
abo
Play- is
teams    there
men
One
y would
"l,11 they recognized I
while  there    ar.
., , or    twenty-elghi
available   for  the  two
would not be enough first-,
to   make   two  strong   twelves
"I the two teams consequent! '
of a joke and would do
harm to the game than good
A Plan proposed by President Jones
was received will, much favor. It is
to unit* the entire playing strength
of the city in one grand effort to
bring the provincial championship
and the .Minto cup represents ��� th!
'  ��rld s championship,  to Vancouver
"be   players   aiv   to   li     signed   Up
\ ancouver club and only one
H   be entered  in  the  league.
live the club over a score
A
for the
team   wi
That   wll
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional, Silicon Fractional Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated ln the New
Westminster Mining Division of
New Westminster District where
located Pitt Lake:
Take noi ice that we, Pitt Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B30434,
intend 60 days from the date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a ( ertlflcate of Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
ol the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under Bectlon 37 must be commenced
bi lore the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  uds Miii day of December,
A. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMENI
CO-. LTD., E. J. B'ADER, Agenl
Free Miners Certificate No. B304
Ssk: CANADIAN PAGf!0Canad,an */ac,,,,:Kiuiwa>,Co-
RAILWAY CO.
,.��.
of  capable
players   to   choose   from
to oppose  New   Westminster.    Then a
sort of a city league wlil b - formed
lmJ8ted to count he would not have SavwSw^  VancouT ";,;i  wi"
crt,   ,   ,                    ,,.                        P'a>   weeklj   ram,-   against   t:i ���  sec-
Inached thai sum now. _ ond ,,,,, wnlcn w��� ;i     < *
"And thai  is the reason,    inter- the players who do not catel  on with
Irupted   B   rnarck   quicklv,  his   eye the first team,   These games will pro.
....      ��� ���   "that I got a man who v de "'"  battleground on  which   the
f '       ��      ** Payers will conti   I for plac .  on the
Icoui i   -from Moses. ,,,,, ,,,������ and wi|| furnIsh q <{ ,    (
. tke ami the Hebrew tried  purpose In developing    players from
��� second team and keeping ths men
the regular lineup in the pink.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
making direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
Slates. Seattle train leaves at 8:35
a.m.;  Agassi/, local at 5:35 p.m.
For further particulars apply  to
KD. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
or C. B. POSTER, A..G.P.A. Vancouver
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK T11F TICKET AGENT
TO BEND VOU OVER
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEAITLt
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van
louver ll p.m., going direct to Seal-
le  dally  exeopt  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver i
.in., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
,ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except. Friday
or Victoria.
tor
royal Columbian hospital-]  "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
COMPETITIVE    DESIGNS.
[.,, |o ... .-.-��� i e, but both laughed, and
|t    ���        was averted.
fhe sequel 1" the unecdote had c
Keeper meaning. The financier,
j,, - - ri eived the summons to
I nference,   was   undergoing
le itment for some affection of tho
j,       b   h required confinement to
iber.   I Its oculist warn-
Tlle  Board of    M n ;, i      tor the
Columbian     H    pltal    Invlti s
architects   to     ibml    ���      p   Ith     de-
of a G im ral Ho nil ,;, which ll
is proposed  to    en c      .    Sapperton,'
Ni '.v Wi Btminsti r, B.   '..
The designs shall -        : Ibed:
D        i,   li-- .i     C ilu ubi m     Hosplt o
and addresi ed  to  W.  H.  Keary, Secretary Board of Man i ers   Royal Col-
Presldenl Jones   announced   thai he   umblau   Hospital,  New   Westminster, I
Intended to take the team for a tour   B. C, and will be received up to noon
through Eastern Canada next  fall  In   Wednesday,  16th   Februarj    1910
case they beat ont New Westminster      The design pi     d Elrsl  I ,  the ad-
this coming season the.announcement   judicator will  receive a  premium of
was received with wild applause. The   $400; the second a premium of ?300;
I  successful    in   winning   tbe   the third a premium ol $200.
not
Light Trains Every Day
BETWEEN
iu  ihe   le.-.u
th,
on
The   players  are   in   earnest   about
goincr after the Minto cup. and when
'
[,.     m that if he obeyed the sum-  British   Columbia   championship   will!    The    Board    ol   M
go east right at the conclusi m of tho  bound to ereel the building trom any
season.    If   Montreal   separates  New  of the designs submitted.
Westminster from the cup before then i    Conditions   governing    competition
the  trip  wl.l  bo after    the    world's  can be obtained by bona fide competi-
championahip trophy.    If New West-   tors  upon  application   to  the under-
minster retains the    trophy    against   signed.
Montreal  then  Vancouver hy beating W.   11.   KEARY,
the Royals will go on the tour as the Secretary,  Hoard of  Managers.
cupholders themselves,    hat It    will   New  Westminster,  B. C, January 7.
i- - the exposure and delay in tha
ji- ent would almost inevitably
|r  lit in li ss of sight.
He was silent a moment and then
paid: "1 think that 1 am needed. I
���lave [ht to conaider my sight
P will go."
He went, and the roeultn which
Ithe oculist had feared ensued.    He
came blind for life.
Yon M   tke, when the story was
old him, said briefly: "I. wronged The most notable absentee was Dave
|he man,   He has served his coun- Gibbons,  the  goaltender.    Dave has
as trui' aa any soldier on th*
only be an exhibition jaunt.
There were about twenty players
on the joh last night when the roll
was called, and the hunch included
practically   all   of   las;   year's   team.
in 10.
LAND  ACT.
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest ami ueBt ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
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electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consi.-ts of private eoinpart-
ment cars, standard lf> section sleepers, luxurious dinar.: car, ---dining
chair cars (seat.- free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cue.
For   Time   Tables,   Folders,  or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
S.S.  Trader will  leave  Victoria
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  Now   Westminster oa   Wed
nesilay.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria ll p.m, 1st and 14th
each month tor Quaisino and way
ports; twentieth of each month toi
Ahcuset, miaisino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave   Vancouver   2   p.m,   dally,  ex
cept
a.m.
Sunday.     Leaves   .Nanaimo  at   7
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
uue 25 and July y.
Princess .May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B.
Princess lieairice
une 13 and July 2.
C. ROUTE.
eaves  Vaucouvei
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouvel
June 11 and 27, aud every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From New Westminster Moiiuay,
Wednesday and Friday at tf a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
Jul Saturday at 7 a.m.
field."
BAD CROP YEARS.
*<*
a'hrn    llvila   and    Animal*    D*
Hutu al thn Matiaff taauon.
,r\Vbeu '.-'.v.j aud animals do not
at the mating muoii, lt Is a sigr.
its bad year is com Ing,"'said a farm-
["Hulls, ��!ei!i��n,  rabbit* and  ��<jn!r-
til   i^f-jse   to   mate   hi   csrtaln
tn These   years   aftaw-w.-ird   turn
to be  bed   ones.   Tbe  (jualls  are
itl'-ariy wither rrts..   By Instinct
i littlo wild creSatates ftnow that for
ick of rain or for genu* other re��eoo
ire is to l>o a gnus famine  aud  a
ed famine and, in*t����aaJ of pairing ofl
mating and setting up housekeeping la littlo famines of two,  they  resale urinated in  th*  largs   bunds In
khlch they hare floim all winter, hV
If* &* it wcr<v, a kind of apartiDent
louse Ufo.   Tliat yoar loevltahly turns
Jut a bad one, though the bachelor aad
?!astor quaila,  with  a  good  deal  oi
licking and sexatchlug. manage to g��<
'tDugb to eac   Out to feed funllles of
tie ouea in auoh s tanifce y��ar would
ImposMfalaV
'"���:��� CahfornU the ��jiiiir>sis ln a fam-
~> J'w-r not -airy do not latmm-, they da
*t even iWa   Ttajr beeisrte ��Jotnvsnt
' by a :;.Lrtacaes Qtef >e(n*ta dortnsci
a M-.iia, id at ptaucy  ocense wttb
next . u.torti rsisw.**���tedfnf
been flirtlnp with New Westminster,
and H may havp only been his hash-
fulness that kept him away, hut thn
other players did not seem to like It
at all. Billy O'Brien who Intends to
try for a position as a define- player
this year, and Ralph Ilavey. thn hie
Utility man. were the other men not
on hand. Among those present were
Waldo Matheson, George Matheson,
Ernie Murray, Berl Murray, "Toots"
Clarkson. Billy West. "Pones" Allen.
TTarry Griffith. Vernon Green. Jim
McConaghy, Harry Godfrey. Mc-
Keown, Art Garvey, "Weldy" Clark
and Rplke Hennessy. ��� Vancouver
Province.
New Westminster Land  District,
trict of New Westminster.
Dis-
Take notice
McQuarrie, of
C, occuaption
tends to apply
that  William   Garland !
New Westminster, U.
barrister at law, In-
for permission to pur- j
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
i.   I
1
I^LEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome Pas- at the
Southwest corner of Lot 1478, group
1 New Westminster district, thence
. iti rly following the Bouth boun-
dar yof said Lol 1478, I I chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Umil 38,783, thence south
tilonj; the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,783, -I" chains
more or less to the Boutbwest corner
of said Timber Limit, i n nee easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timber Limit 30 chains more or less
to th-- shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Pay and
Welcome Pass to polni of commencement containing one hundred and sixty  1160 acres more or less.
JOHN'  FERDINAND  PAGGS.
Agent tor William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated. November 23rd, 1909.
"The Milwaukee"
���'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"-
Kansas City to Chicago.
No traius In tue service on- any
railroad in the work! that equal iu
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
waukee Ar St. Paul Railway. They
v>u and operate their own sleeping
and dinins oars on ail their trains and
sive their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
I3i Third St., cor. Aider. Po'-Hand. Or.
Railway Time Tables
For   reservations    and    information
call  or address
ED.  COULIOT.
Agent, Xew Westminster
C.   B,   POSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass.  Agent, Vancouver
J.  W.  TROUP,
General Suparlntend'ent viciorta
BankofToronto
B
GENERAL
anking Business
The Bank of Toronto with
more than 50 years of experience of successful banking
business in Canada offers to
merchants, manufacturers and
other business men an unexcelled banking service.
interest paid on Saviugs Accounts.
Current Accounts opened on
favorable terms.
Letters of Credit issued Eor
travellers  and  importers,
Drafts and Money Orders
sold.
Loans
people.
made     to   responsible-
Head Office,  Toronto
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
B.   C.
J. Gracey, Myr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents iu all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums ot $1 and upward,
uid interest allowed at 3 per cent, [wr
innum (present rate).
rota!   Assets  ov*r $168,000,000.00.
r.E\M  WESTMINSTER  ERA.NCH,
G. D. BRYMNF.R.  Manager
<v..>
ScAjtA..ir.i.:
"Lifebuoy    Soap Is delightfully re-
,/- - ;��� reshlng for bath or toilet. Eor wasli-
'i1'QrJl^'S ^ZJ    Cleanses   and   purines.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
,r0Mfc:.v
Phone al>
^n. Uoodbaut hail   made  tif Im
" 1 that .....at at the se emDed chertty
ie prvxMiut dsy wm Mt, stJ#etty
. <���! j.r*j a�� ail  Whoever ��*t��
w had c tcitjo^d, 4M *�� tsm tke plefts-
KiiMiQoQ  of  rt*ni  Me   or  h��
Be ti-jr,. oa Mb���SjttWI llrts, and
I^M nm ��*!-����� iMith CMs ��tHtKita<lea.
H8T��. uiy .ood uksatu" shs eeid one
'"���' >--v��<-k to ��� mes wtio htvd beg-
1 Sims uf am, "b��r��j u s thresrpsBuy
*'"'''- aud pl*M�� te twdenUud th����t 1
po not give una beoaiw* I hope te be
Farted  fee my  charity  some 4ay.
I��ul beoaoN tt glvet* me pleasure to
|C0 50."
The b-
|<be tins
Estimates Given.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
WESTMINSTER        - B. C.
NEW
'look
rt? beggar losked dubtotasty ni
'i^'ST COt��.
Sent J)n Approval
To Rksi-onsiui.k TEoru;   * \\
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
&/>e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
era. muss," he said.   "In (hit <
PJ ohaaoa to oiler ourselves.    Wtv
I10013 u��oV'~Lon(1#n xft-Bttft.
A Hot* |N tha Root.
��r��. Aima D. Corn*lwrk, a bmbi j
F*3 widow, ii the owner ef wntal
fmy in Ilochester. Lid.   When j
W tvaUA the property to Ptrrj \
wplen for a Unn of yoan siir fail- j
hJj ,*wn'�� **>��� ri��bt of entrant*:
T*& �� hallway to her rooms up- \
g" W hemJi and ion.    Wlien I
kZ   OomelewW    retumod    hom��|,
. J"1 ��� *it sha ��od har eon, wtth- '
Pto^885011 of Oopl��,beca��to;
m througk the i��4ocs ���? CV
13? Pro^ted and later
J���� Padlocked tU door oftb.
$
Thtst
Two
Pepslar
Articles
fsr only
Bi 1- ���
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:00, 6:50, 7:2u and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 J?.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for Now Westminster at 8:00 aud 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New "Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m.. and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. l,ssi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
These palmists do not tell things to
please a person, hut    read    your life
from the cradle to the grave Just  as
it shows in your hand.     All readings    -v. N.W. 8:50 a.m
must   he    satisfactory or no charges |  -ni.
Will  be  made.      Address  613  Coluni-  Lv.  N.  W.   11   a.m.
bia street, New  Westminster, If. O.
Great   Northern  Railway.
E
JUNIOR SOCCER SCHEDULE.
llUttftllonl M Exact SIM
Every pen guajssteefl
full la Kt. bcU�� CMUa���Cttt
oB risht imml i����y sesss
ib   r.llicr   ��iir   stimtluia
kliick opwjie T""11*'0- "r
i-breaMfcle "'
Moa-breaawe Trunspie-j
rat, ��s inirei, eltharr la ]
���lain or eaa��ruvnl flallh,
" rraC
TMinaartaaAlaf" a "���"���*.
K ia�� aa naifal |a�� aaajrari-i-l'*,
ai prefern
T��a
lf;a��ill
a MSmf
, JJid(W Cornolewia' tea hy a oai-
ZT' and he S0* ��� !��������� *<> <***
L  t?Ul\ro��l whew ba op��Md ���
her\;hr?^h wWch tha widow and
Qd *l. ave been makinf <*>���� ��*
|M   France.���Cincinn��ti Bbqni*
aara far ima�� JWa* ��������� W7*"*
ram la aa> ������'"**������ " "'*
,.�����!,   liaWaaaW  ���� "JI "'
���iiaat ralnr�� It aaalw�� WIS am,4
tMtl.llfnlt.
Par ����� narr ll ��nr MM an��
raai-'ai "aa flira Laa Sjafll. a
e.a,\*> l-a. r,��.f *���>��.�����
I,a ranlail li* any paafwaa ra
..uoaal <-! aliaTalnl aaf, "tllrii at
Cen-
Sap-
Lord
High
m<
1 anr   ���"���l
���ar1"! }-v     ��� ��
at fral *aafl��._ ,f]
(ar rlnar)   ��������<-   '''���*���
p,.ll��ha��Tiilraiilra4 tfW
tan I
Aaaa-fa I
jiolnl, p-il	
I caaa,  lat -a eirtta  Sntt���'
avarrwliara   t��r ttM. .
1 waala-l.   Write f<-r U-ma.   Wnia
ni-f " lall you forKat.      Aflilran I
I * Laughlin Mfg. Co.*1
Maltttlo Bldg..
DttroO. ��l"h
Following is the schedule of soccer
1 matches for the Wallls cup, emblem-
utic  of  the  Junior  championship  of
British Columbia:
February 5���Lord Kelvin vs.
' tral; St. Louis vs. High School.
| February 12���High School vs.
; perton.
i    February 19���St. Louis    vs.
Kelvin.
February   26 ��� Central   vs.
School.
March   5���Sapperton   vs.    Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;  St. Louis vs. Central.
March 10���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin: Central vs. St. Louis.
March    26 ���Sapperton    vs.    High
School:  Central vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���High School vs. Lord Kelvin-
The    first   named    is    the    home
team.
W. 4:32 p.m.;
W. 12:10 a.m.
.in.
Lv. N.
p.m.
Lv. N.
.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.
p.m.
ar. Seattle 3:35
ar.  Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:40
; ar. Seattle 7:15
ar.
N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returna at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30  a.m.  on    Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday.      Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
������ "~!   Leaves Gulchon  6 a.m. each weea
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you'day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
i free  a cake  of  their  famous  Plantol j    Leaves   N. W.   3:50   p.m.  dally  ex-
I toilet  soap, if you mention this paper. Icept Sunday;   ar. Gulchon at 7 P.m.
I
UNKS,
VALISES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
I      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.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW|WESTMINSTER
f PAGE EIGHT.
THE
.Y NEWS.
THURSDAY, FEBRljARY
1    .
i>Ni:
i'��ti
1910.
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Westminster
��� I
: I Transfer Co.
The name BTARRETT Is
known to all mechanics,
and STARRETTS TOOLS
speak for themselves.
We have now a full stock.
See the display in our
window.
*
���
���
'Phoue 137
jtly    to
NfTlce 'Phone  18b.       barn
Columbia Sti   -
Baggage   dtllverea    pi-
any   -art of the i ��� f.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAI.1   CiEPOT.
is spending
W.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
COLUMBIA STREET.
��������������������
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,   PHONE  388.
To Contractors:
Plumbing and
Tinsmithtng.
Ring up
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281
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
W. Norman Bole, K. C.
a few days in Victoria.
Exceptional   bargains   today   al
10.  Kales'.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McDonald, of
Ash street, leave tomorrow for Pen-
ticton, where they will remain for
ahout a week. '   -
Walgamutt's  orchestra  in    attend
anee at. Tlie  Koyal  tale.
The Citizens' Temperance league
meets at eight o'clock this evening
at tlie residence of J. C Lore. . 2-ii
Fifth avenue.
For first-class cut Dowers and any
kind of Floral work, teleuhone UaviesJ
Greenhouse, K-Os
The rails on the floors of the new
B. C. E. It. car barns are bung placed
in position, and ii is expected tint
tin- new building will bc ready for
use ln a few weeks.
E.  Fales-
-he will sav,. you
See W.
money.
The Onion Evangelistic services in
Queen's Avenue .Methodist church
an- increasing lu interest and attendance and will be continued tonight
and tomorrow evening. Rev. A. F.
Baker will preach tonight.
leums 35c per yard today
NOTICE.
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Westminster Modern
Business School
With a knowledge of the latest
methods this school is prepared to
lead the students placed ln its care
by tlie shortest road through tin-
most thorough course to a desirable
goal���SYSTEM its watchword; BKO-
GRESS its goal and HONOil its trade
mark.
W'e give you the latest business
methods and assist you to get a situation when you graduate. Come and
talk it over.
A.  L.  ECUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia St.
i     Notice is hereby given that "Ahei-
i nethy & Lougheed, Limited," having
applied to His Excellency the Gover-
; nor-General in Council for the approval of a certain site for the construc-
; tion of   certain booms   and booming
| grounds in  the  Eraser river,  in  the
district of    New  Westminster, province of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister
: of Public Works at Ottawa, plans of
'said booms and booming grounds, together witli a description of the site
'��� thereof, and have also deposited a du-
plicate  of  each   in   the   ollice   of   the
| Registrar of Deeds I'm- the District of
i New Westminster,    In which district
; said works   are    proposed to be con-
si: acted, in  accordance with the  requirements of Section 7 of the "Nav-
I lgable  Waters Protection Act," chapter 115, Revised Statutes of Canada,
;lOOfi. .
Dated this Gtli dav of November, A.
D., 1900.
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS.
Solicitors for the applicants.
SentOnApproval A
To Responsiiu.b People   * ����8HJ
WIINTAIN
Laughlin pf
FOUNTAIN PEN��
,a^?\ and ���;;.;
RED GEM |j|,'
Efce InK Pencil [%#?��
Your Choice of
Heavy lino
at  Fales'.
The new rails for the double-
tracking or Columbia Street having
been placed on the street aud the
first of these will be placed iu position in a day or two. The old track
will remain in use until the one on
the north side is completed.
Dance at the Eagles' hall on Friday.
February 4. Everybody welcome,
Refreshments served.
Alex Speck wishes io announce '"
Ibis customers thai he has moved his
business from Columbia street t,, N
741-7-i;! Front street, same block.
The alterations t,-> the city hall
were finished yesterday, and the different officials are busy shifting into
their new offices. For the benefit of
strangers and hook agents a directorv
will he placed on the wall in th
downstairs.
For  furniture,   carpe'  .     I)    -    ���    ���
etc.,  try   the   New   Fun, -
Denny ii Galloway, 4:i
A Jap from Port Moody wa? nought
Into tin- city yesterday by t..'o of his
countrymen, who claimed that he was
insane. The man was examin id by
Doctors Walker and Jones, who agree 1
with his escorts, whereupon h ��� was
committed to the asylum by Registra ���
Cambridge.
Today
carpets.
at Fales' 2o per cent off
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms und
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.     ���
$
Thai*
Two
Popular
Articles
for onN
Posl
paid
to any
address
Bl Imuhkii Man. be F.XIla.
I
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve         5,700,000
Total  Assets     70,000,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
Ilutlratiuns are Exact Siz��
Every pen guarnnteeil I
full 11 Kt. M-Ud Go.U���cut I
on KKiit hand may be had I
in e.ilit-r our standard I
black op.iquc pattern, or }.
Non-breattble Transpai- '
ent. as desired, either in
plain or engraved finish
as preferred.
Yen may try this pen a wai-V,
If van -le not fot H its m(-jiifci.|it,;i(
a (.ett-T artial* than yr,n tan ,i-.
tare (ar TitauM T,��-*�� inn ir��:riAL
ratal in ana' afbi r miikc. if ii��t
entirely iali.-fac(->ry In every rail""�� i-ti.m it anil we will ���m.|
><xi 11.10 tot Id
Ci-re* ibit || our farntvs uid 1
Papnlir Rm n*y (ai, fEnri! ,
Mfnplett leak nro-f tilurViph ma)
he mrn.il a, any rnaill-n |i
pufkel i.i ih'rpph-t, r>ne, wrlien ��'
any *nit]a at firil tnaili. 11,i;
num (aprlnir) fee.!. IrMiynt I
polni, MllinadTiilanlnd rami
ease,   t^ira  cntt*   flnlah.     Ketad
���vtr/whtri  fir I.; vi,     Ajnit |
y..,i -. '     Write for te-ml.   WrH.
now --leu )uu forget.''   Addr-n
n Laughlin Mfg. Co.'j
Mi estlc Bldg..
Detroit. Mink
�� ! wer
i& I feit
A. Hardman has re-entered busines..
;ln the plumbing and tinsmithing line,
|after an eleven-months' rest, opening
I up a workshop at tie- corner oi McKenzie and Trow streets. In addition
{to the more lmpoit-ini branches of
his trade, he will handle enameled
and other kitchen wares. Mr. Hard-
man has been in his lin<- oi business
eight years in this city.
Tapestry Squares,, 2 by ::���-.-, al
Fales', ?5.00. ***
Arrangements    have    been     made |
wherein- delegates to the local option
convention In Victoria on Wednesday
and   Thursday   next   will   mak-    thc j
round  trip   on   a   single   fare   ticket. |
At this meeting a committee will be
appointed to wait upon the executive
of  the  provincial   goevrnment.  when
the ministers will be asked to extend
preferential   treatment   to   loci,   option.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, plione U-'l>8, Davies' Greenhouse. **
The entrance to the office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, Is on
Sixtli street. Take the main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the left. Drop in and
see the secret of the monorial.     ***
The Chinks who were arrested for
opium smoking appeared i.i the Police court yesterday morning. Two
e fined $20 and costs, one forfeited his call of $15, and the case
igalnst the keeper was adjourned by
request of his counsel, II. L. E ;-
nionds.
Detective Bradshaw is acting chief
of police these days on account of
Chief Mcintosh being confined to the
house hy  illness.
Good matting 15c per
Fales'.
yard today at
Mellike, of tne firm of
y I Mellike K-  Sons, Dimdurn. Sask
visitor  In   the city  ysteida-.
was
Mr.
Meillke Is here on business in connection with the lumber industry, and
yesterday afternoon went out to see
the Fraser River Mills. E. J. Melllk -
and his three sons came into Canada
from the States about six years ago,
and were the first settlers in Dun- I
durn, which has now a population of
five or six hundred. Last ypar the
j firm had about 10,000 acres in wheat.
Best grade
at Fales'.
oil cloth
25c  per yard
***
Call at The Royal Cafe for lunch,
dinner or after theatre supper.       **
Two sawmill accidents occurred
yesterday, one at the Fraser River
Mills, where G. Tanakau, a Jap, had
his arm drawn Into one of the machines and had it so bad.y torn that
lt had to be amputated at the elbow,
and one at the Pitt River mills, whert!
Frank Crosby fell on a saw and received a deep cut, extending across
his face from his loft eye to his
mouth. Both the men are at the
.Royal Columbian hospital and are
progressing favorably.
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is at
625 Columbia street, Room 13, every
Friday.
w
h O
naermusiu
a i
^O
Those who value
savings without
sacrifice of quality
will buy  freely 0/
Undergarments
during this Spring
Showing.
The'new Undermuslins
for'Spring are spreading over counters and
tables like a mantle of
snow.
From the best manufacturers in the trade we
have secured their choicest products at the most
advantageous prices we have ever paid for garments of equal worth. The judicious placing of
orders during dull seasons, heavy quantity buying
and spot cash payments have all combined to make
possible the great values which this spring showing
affords.
Briefly here are the points that give the Sale highest importance.
QUALITY���every garment is new and perfect, made from best materials,
accurately sized ���daintily trimmed and finished with the most pains-taking
care. VARIETY���assortments include all good grades in scores of styles and
ranging from the simple to the elaborate. SAVINGS���the prices represent
actual and substantial savings under prevailing retail values. Everything
considered, it will be a thrifty thing to buy a liberal supply for far-ahead needs.
All these claims are easy for you to test by inspection and comparison.
White Cambric Drawers 35c. to $2.50 per pair
Nicely trimmed witli lace and embroidery, shown with shaped back, also ln umbrella style, open
or closed.
White Cambric Underskirts $1.35 to $7.50 each
Made with full flounces of embroidery and fine tuckings, others with Valenciennes insertion iiml
lace edging  	
White Cambric Night Dresses 90c. to #3.50 each
Made In popular slipover style, with dainty yokes of embroidery and lace, finished with silk rib-
bon drawstring; others with, yokes of fine tucking and embroidery, made in the button-front Btyle,
each    90c to $350
White Cambric Corset  Covers 95c. each
A special Corset Cover, made of All-Over Embroidery, with Pretty ribbon drawstring, made witl1
well fitting peplune, all fuL Bizes, each  95c
New Style Corset Covers 75c. each
Made with fine embroidered front; buttons under arm, which allows no buttons to show under
fine lingerie waiBtB,  all sixes.    Kach    75c
Shirr  Ruffle Bust Forms
Made like a Corset Cover, with frills which can be drawn out ready to launder; a great aid to ;l
perfect figure and perfect fit of any gown; all sizes.   Each $1-50

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