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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O, SATURDAY   MORNING,  FEBRUARY  12,  1910
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Salmon Bellies Willing- to
Meet the Stick Handlers
From Ambitious Montreal.
PAPERS CALL UP
QUEBEC TO be
-ne Xew Westminster lacrosse
Hal, will notify the trustees of the
y1Uli,, cup thai any date before June
is will be suitable for the Salmon Bel.
li,. After thai the .oca! men want
(() [juve time to get Into shape for
tne big game which is always pulled
0fl on Jul)   1   With  Vancouver.
How these dates will str.k >. the
Montrea. men ll is hard to say. They
.'.,., in the starl <>f theli regular
games al thai time, and the trip
,,,,,. ;,inl the games and recuperation
Wi,iiiti mean almost a month's time.
However, the New Westminster men
are in a position to name a dale suitable to them, as thi. cupholders al-
v, have the preference In the selection of dates.
Premier McBride is now one of the
trustees of the cup, and he ought to
... thai the local men get a fair
deal in the date business. When he
was seen in Victoria the other day
by Tommle Gifford he said that he
would do anything in his power to
the lacrosse players, but lie
would hardiy have time to give much
attention te it until after the session
,,f tl .���  bouse.
!:. sides   tlie   question   of   dates   at
Inst  night's  meeting,  the  usual  lime
was wasted  talking  aboul   Hie  proficiency nf different  players who  had
Ion  to gel  on a  good team and
1 to 'oiiio to New Westminster
to show the champions how to play
���     ���    - 'i'n game.   They will be lull al if they can play .acrosse
allowed to practice here,
gular  team  is not  using
the field, but they have to make good
bel ��ill   bo  conversed   with
nn t' lion  of playine  in a real
v.itli (he Salmon Bellies.
All \. Ti;' ��� I till   was  at   the  meeting
hii' a  ������ .'.   minutes,  but   bo  bad   an-
othi r i ment and could not stay.
Alex, lias assured all his friends that
ho i- ' ��� the name for good, bul
thi wi e om think that when the
w at] to make a  noise  like
la i" ot   lie   abl ���   to   resist
the temptation of getting out and
havii        little practice.
Two Greatest French Canadian Journals Strongly
Support Naval Policy.
Montreal, Feb. Hi���Both La Presse
and l.a Patrie haw thrown In their
lot willi Imperial defense by the Dominion of Canada.
l.a Patrie, following up its article
of the day before, says today that if
a    vole   were   taken    the   principle   of
contribution would be voted by eight
of the nine provinces composing tlie
confederaton, ami who can say what
vol,, would be given in the ninth.
"lint lot us suppose," continues the
article, "that Quebec should vote
against the proposal, wouid her position  be any  belter?
"Let those In fact who Bpeak of
rei Istance t< ll us whal the result
would bo. Would we relli ve ourselves of allegiance to Great Britain,
'or   would   we   ask   the   United   States
to take over the province of Quebec?
"In the first place, England would
not let. us go, and certainly tin   Unit-
Al finy-six
o it: 1 watery m
Wild Storru in M-r'^ei-rariean Claima   Awful   Toll of Human i..ives W�� en French Steamer Geneal Chancey
Is Dasher to Pieces on  Reck Ribbed Oast -
Only One Sunivor.
id States would not wain us under
similar conditions. In fact, all those
propositions are absurd.
"No doubt this le the view Sir Wilfrid Laurier. who li one of our own.
took   i   >'   ,- committing himself and
bis   '     . . ; nln�����lit."
La Presse also advocates about the
same policy, and asks if the province
of Quebec could persist in its refusal, supposing all the other provinces were to pronounce themselves
either for a Canadian navy or for a
direct contribution.
"Would ii be to our advantage,"
asks l.a Presse. "to alienate the s> ,I!'
pathy of the other provinces and to
isolate ourselves, even from the English minority in the province of Quebec, which possesses all the capital
and all the industries'.'"
��� ilma Island, off Majorlca, Feb. 11.
���Swept help] sly from ber course
In one of the wildest storms that litis
wept the Me literranean sea in forty
rears, the ', transatlantic Steamship
company's si lamer General Chancey
11 ' 'I al i ill speed in the dead of
night on ,,,e treacherous reefs near
island of Minorca and all but one of
the 157 souls on board perished.
The sole survivor is an Algerian
customs official, .Marcel Rodel, who
was rescued by a fisherman, and lies
tonlghl In the hospital at Ciudealada
as a result of tlie tortures he went
through, and unable to give an account of  the disaster.
Of the ship's company there were
eighty-seven passengers, of whom
thirty were in th, first cabin. The
crew numbered seventy.
The ship was in comman 1 of Capt.
Cayol, one of the Most i ireful ofli 'ers
of the line. He ni ver before 1 ad
met with an accidei t. lie was soon
to have been retired from the service.
Tbe passengers Of ie Chancey
were mostly French officiu's and officers returning to their pos's in Algeria, accompanied by thpi" wives
and children, and a few soldlei s, some
Italians and Turks, and one priest.
The only Anglo-Saxon names on 'be
passenger list were Green and St. k-
ley. Tbey were members of an opera
troupe of eleven who had been engaged to sing at the Casino at Algiers.
Tbe   General   Chancey   sailed   from
E__&^URQIK!! PAS DID &
W HIDETf:'!' ���;
Unknown Man Believed to
Have Fallen off Westminster Bridge-Hat   Found.
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French Expedition to Antarctic Regions Merely for
Scientific Purposes.
Marseilles   on   Wednesday   at   noon
an ; was due to ���su'rive at Algiers on '
T. ursday afternoon.
Algiers,  Feb.    11.���Ships    arriving
here today report that a wild tempest ,
Is  raging  in  the  Mediterranean.
Tbe   steamer   Charles   Uoux,   which
came Into port today was forced temporarily to take refuge in tlie harbor
of   Barcelona      Her   captain   declared !
that the storm was the severest that I
he bad soon in the Mediterranean in i
many  years.
The gale suddenly swept from the
northeast to the northwest and the
steamer was nearly engulfed.
Large crowds on the water front
to''ay are awaiting details of the
wreck  of the General  Chancey.
Palms Island. Feb. 11.���The Chancey is a total wreck. Steamers have
been despatched from Spain and from
points In the Balearic islands to the
seen" of the "reck. Tlie victims In-
cludi i a Parisian music hall sipgor,
Frances Dyfi r. as well as other music hall  favorites.
The G> neral Chancey struck at
niii" o'clocl   Thursday night.
Other ships in the neighborhood
had safely ridden tbe storm, bul the
Chancey was lifted off ber course
through the Baleric archipelago and
brought Up on the coast of Minorca
in the vicinity of Ciucidla. Fishermen at daybreak picked up Rodel,
the solo survivor, hanging to a piece
of wreckage.
It was reported to the police last
night thai a man had jumped Or
fallen Into the rlvei from the New
Westminster bridge, bul as yet it
has not been definitely ascertained
whether a man has been drowned or
not.
Captain Mayers reported to the police thai  as  he was passing through
the draw on tlie steamer Chemainus i
lie    saw   a     man     standing  on     the
bridge.    Directly after that he beard
a splash between his boat and a boom |
of logs he was towing.    Looking up, '
bv saw that tlie man had disappeared, j
A  few minutes after that  he picked
up a hat floating on the water.   The |
hat   was marked with the initials E. i
F. I).
Those are practically all the details
that could   be  gathered  last night, of !
whal  might prove today to be a I rag- ���
edy.
Charles  Eagles  says  that  lie  was i
standing at   the  draw  when the Chemainus  passed  through,  and  he saw
no man fall   and heard no splash.
The watchmen at both ends of the
bridge thought that it might have
bei n a man who was working on one
end of the piers drilling a bole for a
bracket to support the 11. C, E. R.
cable, but the B, C. E. R. have no
man on their payroll with the initials
found   hi   the   hat.
Shackleton Coming to America.
London. Feb. 11.���Lieut. E. H.
Sbackieton. the south polar explorer,
will sail for tbe United States on
March in and give a lecture there.
He will afterward make an extensive
hunting trip in northern Alaska.
WI MILLION DOLLARS
FOB RELIEF GF SUFFERERS
Paris, Feb. 11.���The senate unanimous!', concurred with the chamber
of deputies in appropriating the sum
ol $ I  ,000  for  the  relief ol   Hood
BUtti rers.
New York Imports.
New York, Feb. 11.���Imports of
merchandize at the port of New York
for the week ending February 5, were
valued at $17,357,435, Imports and
exports of specie for the week ending
today were: Imports $61,320 silver
and $540,300 gold. Exports $636,249
__���!��� and $4,687 gold.
VANLOUVER LEADS IN
INCREASED BANK CLEARINGS
Big   Paper   Plant to   Resume.
Portsmouth,   N.   H..  Feb.   11.���The
$10, 1,000   plant   of   the   Publishers'
Paper company, on the Piscataqua
river, which has been Idle since the
panic of 1907, passed today into the
bands of the Colonial Paper company,
of Cincinnati, and wdil be operated
"iihin a B-ort Unity.
WHOLESALE TRADE IN
CANADA IS ACTIVE
New York. Feb. 11.���Bradstreet's
State of Trade tomorrow will say:
Canadian reports indicate that
wholesale trade is active, that dry
goods, groceries and hardware bouses
are bU8y with spring shipments, and
that collections are good. Business
with the newer sections is especially
brisk. Rank clearings at thirteen Canadian cities for the week ending
with Thursday aggregated $103,944,-
onn, nn Increase of 3.2 per cent over
last week and of 22.6 per cent over
sam,. week iiv 1909.
Business failures for the week terminating with Thursday numbered 2'.\
wbicli compares with 30 last week
and 2:> for tbe same week of '.ast
year.
EDWARD MEDAL NO LONfiER FIRM WILL SCON BE READY
I RESTRICTED TO ONE CLASS     TO DELIVER IRAN PIPES
ROVERS WILL BE DINED
IF SKAMROCKS ARE BEATEN
Heroes Who Risk Their Lives in Res- ^Supplies   Needed   By    City   Will    Be
cue Work Now Eligible  For Cov-
f.
eted   Decoration.
Available By March 1���Factory is
Small  But  Complete.
Wee
11,
041,
25 I
112
$7,4
18(1,
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Til
5)0
$1,5
H,:
f i
ton
ew  York,   Feb.   11.���Bradstreet's
klj   clearings  are  as  follows:
'minion of Canada���Montreal $36,-
000, increase  13.0;  Toronto   $30,-
  Increase 24.2; Winnipeg $13,-
000, Increase 30.1; Vancouver
- 1,000, Increase 88.3; Ottawa $8,-
000,  increase 8.4;   Quebec $2,987,-
decrease 13.0; Halifax (N.S.) $7,-
.000, increase 1.7; Hamilton $1,"
000, Increase 8.8; Rt. John, N. it.,
39,000, increase 31.3; Calgary $2,-
  increase 35.6;   Lond Onl I
1.000, increase 14.fi;  Victoria (B.
FIGHTING F1SHERHFN
ATTACH BODY OF POLICE
$1,625,000, lncreasi
$2,227,000, Increase 37.fi.
Ednion-
Polo Team Coming From India.
New York, Feb. 11.���Far away India will probabiy send a team of
championship polo players to America to compete against the stars of
""' east and west. The team will
composed largely of British officers
n"w serving ln India, but will Include
also one or two native piayers. The
Plan is said to have the endorsement
Of the Calcutta Turf club and of the
m&harajah of Cooch Behar, who is
"n enthusiastic  follower of sport.
MIKE  DONLIN  REACHES
AGREEMENT WITH NATIONALS
N'ew York, Feb. 11.���Donlln and
John T. Brush, president of the New
'"t'l< Nationals, had a conference to*
lliiv at which contract terms for the
(,"��ilng baseball season were ar-
rangetl satisfactory to both Donlln
!U1(1 the club.
Iioniin i8 considering a theatrical
"'''''. nnd will inform the club on or
aoout March 10 whether he will play
oaii this year or retire from the diamond.
Qravellnes, France. Feb. 11.���Striking fishermen todaj attacked a detachment of gendarmes, Injuring tWO
of them.
Afterward they stoned the offices
thes, ovvpd  aoO  not   BO a. .   a. . ,no  ��� ���
of the' shipowners.   Finally order was
restored.
STAR BOWLERS BREAK
ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS
His Majesty King Edward VII has
extended the scope of the decoration
for   bravery   Inaugurated   by   him   In
July   last.     When   first   created,   thi'
Edward  medal  was only  awarded to
those   who   displayed   signal   bravery
in  rescuing    people    from  mines  or
quarries.    The  recent    amplification
of the decree,  making eligible those
who risk their lives in saving people
in  other  branches  of  Industrial  employment reads as follows:
Edward VII., by the Grace of God, of
the United  Kingdom of Great  Britain and Ireland and of the British
Dominions beyond  the  Seas, King.
Defender of the Faith, Emperor of
India,   to  all   to  whom   these  Presents shall  come Greeting!
It   is  ordained    that  the    Edward
Medal of the First Class and the Edward Medal of the Second Class shall
be awarded to those of Our faithful
subjects who in  course of Industrial
Employment endanger their own lives
in saving, or endeavoring to save, the
lives of others from perils incurred In
connection with such Industrial Employment   In   these   Our   Dominions,
and In Territories under Our protection or jurisdiction, and such awards
shall be made only on a recommendation to fs by Our Principal Secretary
of State for the Home Department.
Where the said Medal ls granted
otherwise than for acts performed in
Mines the Medal shall bear Our et-
flgy on the obverse, and on the reverse a suitable design, with the
words "For Courage."
i Given at Our Court at Sandrlng-
,,;������, the first day of December, one
thousand nine hundred and nine, in
the ninth year of Our Reign.
By Ills Majesty's Command.
H. J. GLADSTONE.
The notice appears in this week's
Issue   of   the   British   Columbia   Gazette.
MacDonald ��� Co.. the firm that has
the contract for supplying about fourteen mhos of twenty-five inch iron
pipe to the city of New Westminster,
will be ready to turn out the first
finished product about the first of
March. All the heavy machines
wliich will be used in the manufacture of the pipe are now here, and a
force of men working placing them
In position. Tlie pipe will be made of
riveted slvet iron, and the chief machines used will be rollers, punchers
and riveters. There are three riveters In place.
The freight on the machines, from |
Grand Forks, B. C where the plant
has  been  in operation,  amounted  to
over $3000. I f
The new factory,  though small, ls I
very    complete,    and    the    manager
States that he will be able to turn out
about   3"0   feet   of   pipe   every   day. j
The pipes will be passed out In front
of   tlie   building,   and   will   be   dipped
in  a  large tank  already  constructed
for   the   purpose.     A   large   hoisting
frame has been erected over the tank
and the pipes will  be hoisted from it I
nnd   piled   Alongside   of  tlie   railway
track.
When tie factory is in full opera- '
tion lt will employ about thirty-five
men. all expert machinists. Mr. Mac-
Donald bus manufactured pipe forth1
Gran' : < ltd. for Portland, Seattle
nnd on. . coast cities He states
i thnt his headquarters are right here,
and If a ' mslness offers after he
gets th'Oi'f.' wlln the city contract
j there is no fear of him changing his
address.
Local     Pigskin    Chasers   Will    Make
Valiant Effort to Secure Victory at
Vancouver Today.
Punta Arenas, Chile, Feb. 11.��� 'he
iVeiieh Antarctic expedition steamer
Pourquoi Pas, with Dr. Jean M. Charcot on board, lias arrived here. The
Frenchmen did  not reach the south
pole.
The expedition under Dr. Charcot
was fitted out in France ln the summer of 1908, and sal.ed from I'm ta
Arenas December 17 of the sa ne
year. Its purpose was to make scientific observations in the south polar
regions, particularly in the aim .st.
unknown Alexandra land, and Becure
specimens of rare fossils.
The south pole was not the obje ������-
He of the explorers. Dr. Charcot is
frankly said that this task should 8
reserved to the Englishmen, Scott
and Shackleton.
It has not been expected that tl r
expedition would return to civi.i -
tion until next, month.
ROYAL TEMPLAR  CADETS
ARE   BEING   WELL   TRAINL D
The energetic and enterprlsl >.g
company of youngsters who are as] r-
ing to military honors under the auspices and general direction of the
Royal Templars of Temperance are
doing splendid work. About forty
lads meet each Wednesday evening
at 7 o'clock in the armories for drill
and physical training, J. Burnett being the instructor.
A junior corps is about to be organized for lads from eight to twelve
years. All due attention is given
them in exercises suitable to their
age.
A box social will be given next.
Monday in the old Odd Fellows hall
under the direction of the Junior
Royal Templars, who are working so
hard to prove their patriotism and
loyalty. Miss Laird, Miss Tidy and
others equally kind have promised
to assist In the program, and a thoroughly enjoyable time is promised.
I The funds resulting are to be us^d
in procuring rifles and other accoutrements.
Tbe Rovers will play the Shamrocks tomoorrow at Recreation park,
Vancouver. If the Shamrocks win
they will have a good chance for the
I pennant, as they are at present only-
one game behind the leaders. The
Rovers are anxious to clunk up one
win before the season Is over, and
they have selected today to do the
trick.
There Is a rumor afloat to the effect that If they win they will be
given a dinner by one of the supporters of the Celtics, wiio is anxious to
see the Shamrocks beaten, as it will
give his team a cinch on the championship.
The New Westminster team ���
Hartley, Lyons, Kirby, Hayes, Brisbane, Locke, Badenoch, Johnston,
Shaweross,   Robertson, Cadyzien.
Sawyers will not be able to play on
account of illness. He was indisposed at the time of the last game
and has not been fit since.
The Shamrocks wile pick their
team from tlie following players:
Lambie. Hamilton, Graham, Struth-
ers, Grant, Saul, C. Davies, MacKenzie, W. Davies, Findlay, Thompson-
Clarke, Hooper. Cook and Bell.
Tlie game will be called for 3 p. m���
and David Leith will officiate as
referee.
Telegraohers Strike Averted.
Cincinnati. O., Feb. 11.���There will
j be no strike of telegraphers and sta-
j tion agents of the Queen and Crescent route, a wage agreement having
been signed here today. The men receive an increase In wages of ten per
cent at once.
TO  FORM ASSOCIATION.
Winnipeg Amateurs Take First Steps
Toward   Organization.
Winnipeg. Feb. 11.���What will probably develop into the Winnipeg Amateur Athletic association assumed a
preliminary stage iast night when a
number of ex-Montrealers, members
of the famous old Montreal Amateur
Athletic association, with a number
of Wlnnlpeggers, appointed a provisional committee with a rather extensive program. It is the Intention
of the proposed organization to seek
a charter of incororation under Manitoba or federal laws and attain as
large a scope as possible. They wish
to include all branches of amateur
sport and pastimes, erect a clubhouse
of respectable proportions after the
style of the Montreal A. A. A., with
baths, bowling alleys, gymnasium,
athletic fie.d, and form teams to represent the association In all games.
What five husky bowlers did to the
alley record at the Front street bowling 'allevs will go down ln history
and will probably stand as the highest score for many days. The score
last night was 2764, 110 more than
tho former record, 2654, which was
only made on Wednesday night to a
game with Vancouver. The game
fast night was a B. C. Telegraph
league fixture.   The score:
B. C. Telegraph League.
1.       2.       2.       Tl.
Johndro 154   201   168   621
Gilchrist HI    I"   22     549
cout|i  17��    17��    18R    iV.
IS 188   174   177   f'4?
Johnson    J15 _240 JBfi _C11
914   939   911 2764
Johnson made the high score, 240,
and the high average 204    The other
averages   were:   Gilchrist   649,   Steel
546, South 537, Johndro 521.
Colin Campbell Nominated.
Winnipeg Feh. 11.���The Conservative convent'on held at Morris today
unanimc ,.y nominated Hon. Colin
H. Canpbell, attorney general, for
the loca. legislature.
Plan Co-operative Scheme in
English and American Rush to Pole
London, Feb. 11.���Co-operation in
certain directions between the American and British Antarctic expedltons
was suggested In correspondence between Commander Peary and Captain
Robert E. Scott, which was given oui
here  tonight.
Writing under date of January 21,
Commander Peary said:
"I believe with you, that it would
add to the Interest and value of both
expeditions If the two branches ol
Anglo-Saxons were striving simultaneously from opposite points of the
Antarctic for a share of the glory
iand   scientific   information   awaiting
fortunate workers In that region."
Replying on February 9, Captain
Scott, who is to head the British expedition, said that he was eager.y
anticipating Commander Peary's visit
to London, adding: "I hope to get
useful advice from the most experienced polar traveller."
With the reference to the American
expedition Captain Scott said:
"I think lt would be advisable
that there should be co-operation between the expeditions in the matters
of meteorological and magnetic observations. A program might be drawn
up to provide for simultaneous observations."
NEW VORK LABOR LEADERS
CAUTIOUS OE STSIKE VOTE
New York, Feb. 11. ��� Building
trades workmen are moving slowly
In deciding whether or not to ca,l a
strike that will halt the extensive
construction program marked out for
this city for the coming season.
Voting on the question of striking
in sympathy with the striking steam-
fitters went on today, but many
.Naders of tjie building trades
unions said that it would probably
be two weeks before th�� balloting
would be completed.
Employers decare that a hostile
move of any kind of the labor organizations would be followed by a
lockout. About 150,000 men would be
Involved.
Bloodhounds Track Train-Wreckers.
New York, Feb. 11.���Bloodhounds
are being used by the Long Island
railway today to run down would-be
train-wreckers.
Boulders were found on two different occasions on the track ln front
of the Wading river express. Wrecks
were narrowly averted on each occasion.
One suspect has been already
trailed by the hounds and arrested
A search for supposed accomplices
is now under way and further arrests
are expected.
ADVANCE INFORMATION
SATS CITY IS LOSS CASE
Coquitlam Water Dispute Reported to
Be Going Against Westminster at
Ottawa���Not Official.
Mayor John A. Lee has received a
telegram and a letter purporting to
divulge some Inside Information on
the Coquitlam water question, the
decision on which has not yet been
announced. Thet letter and the telegram stated that the decision will go
against the city, and his worship
seemed to have reliance on the
source of the information. Mayor
Lee has wired to Ottawa for more
particulars.
However, everything ls mere supposition as yet, as the executive committee which has the matter in
hand has not made public its decision and until the official announcement that the city has lost the case
tfs forthcoming no action can be taken
here.
If the rumor proves to be correct,
it is the Intention of the mayor to
fight the case through the courts, as
he has been assured by Mr. Guthrie,
who handled New Westminster's case
at Ottawa, that legally the lake belongs to the city and her claim will
be upheld in courts of law.
The mayor has written to the Canadian Union of Municipalities for assistance in urging the claims of the
city on the government.
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY ,5
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Classified   Advertisements
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WANTED.
WANTEL PARTNER       WITH
about $2000, for first-class business
proposition. Address 11. Margolyes,
104 Georgia street, Vancouver, B.C.
WE NEED TWO GOOD DONKEY
engines and equipment; prefer to
rent rather than buy, or will contract cedar claim. Westminster
Mill Co., Ltd., Box 1003.
I
SURVEYOR.
A. P. COTTON,
DOMINION AND B. C. Land SUR-
veyor, in National Flnanci Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street, Nov. Westminster,
11. C.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL
housework about Febi nary 1. Apply
Mrs.  J.   P.   Hampton Boie.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
es<. cooking or day work. Room 3,
630 Columbia street.
WILL LAY A FAIL PRICE FOR
shingle bolts. See us at mill office
or at Room 9, Hank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
only, for suite of three rooms in
Dominion Trust block, furnished it
so desired.    Phone L381.
WILL GIVE EXPERIENCED LOC-
gi r a good show on cedar claim;
also have a good bolting propositi m to offer. Westminster Mill
Co., Ltd., Box 1003.
WANTED���FOR A LADY LIVING
alone, a boy attending scliool or
business; a woman engaged during day would also be suitable. To
either of these a room and partial
board would be given at a low rate.
References required. Address Box
5,   Daily   News  Office.
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���ONE OK TWO
furnished rooms for light hous -
ki eping.      Appiy     Box    A,    Dally
Ni we.	
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMED FURNISH-
ed bouse, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Dally News.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWA1TE,     CABINET-
niaker and upholsterer, A2o Clarkson street tbehind Burr blork).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING DP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.	
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabluet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. ,1. Brookes, proprietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251, Plione
473.
MARKET
REPORT
t4>#4>if4>i
*���#���#���
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place where tl)e
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next  to Bank of Montreal.
IO.ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at - p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday o:
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. c. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary
FURNITURE
W. L. FALLS, THE FURNI 1 I RE
Dealer, Upholsterer an i Ui der aker,
corner Agnes and McKenz ��� streets.
Phone  176, night call 81
GROCERY.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
'Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited." having applied to His Excellency, the Governor General in Council, (or the approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the Pitt
River, ln  the  District  of  New  West
Fult  THL  BEST   VALUE    IN   ORO-   minster,   Province   of   British   Colum-
cerles, phone 3S6.      Tbe Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O, Box 811.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
bia, bavin;: deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
nt Ottawa, plans of said boom- an I
booming grounds, together with a
description of thi Bite thereof, and
have also deposited a duplicate of
each in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for tb ��� said District or New
t. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC- Westminster, in which District said
countant. Audits made. Systems works are proposed to be constructed,
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe , in accordance with the requirements
Co.    Room  9,  Westminster    Trust i of Seclon 7 of the "Navigable Waters
block.      P. O,  Box 7H5. ! Protcc.lon Act," Chapter 115, Revisi d
   . .Statutes of Can;
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
I. .1. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust  Block.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Seventh and Eighth sts.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 2Do
Carnarvon.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FUR- I
nished rooms. Apply 017 Fifth j
avenue, near Tenth street.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  <fe  Cl).
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents-
City, farm  and  suourban  property,
200 Columbia street.
MACHINE   WORKS.
TKE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
3a, 1900.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
NOTICE.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of inotinmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New-Westminster.
MUSI
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days after
date. I, Alexander Cruickshank farmer, of Matsqui, B. C, intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following des-
scribed lands:
i Commencing at a post set at the
southeast  corner  of  District  Lot   65,
'group 2, New Westminster District,
and marked Alexander Cruicksbank's
northeast corner;   thence west to the
���
���>... ��� ,��� ���;:-������.
Yesterday's market, though not as
good as last week's, when the Chinamen bought up everything in sight,
was very fair for this time of year.
The farmers' now have more work
to do at borne and do not find it profitable to come in unless they have
a considerable quantity of produce
to dispose of. One of the features
of the market was tbe auction sale.
which was well attended and at which
several horses and cows were sold
at   good   prices.
The prices of all meats and vegetables remained about the same as
they were last week. Pork declined
half a cent, turnips ten cents a sack.
while the demand for potatoes
strengthened their price slightly.
There was no change in the price of
eggs, which has been stationary for
for about three weeks.
All the beef that was brought in
was disposed Of early in the day. A
fair supply of Iamb add mutton was
shorl of the strong demand. Yea,
was also short of demand, although
there  was  a  fair  supply   offered  for
sale.
Fowl were plentiful, but were all
bought In by early buyi i Chickens
and ducks also sold out at an i '
hour. The best supply of appli
has been brought In for some time
was In evidence this morning, bul
everything in thai line was soon so.d
out.
There was a good display of cut
flowers, which proved attractive to
early visitors.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters,  per lb..Re to 10c
Bi   f, forequarters, per lb,  . ,6c to ""
Lamb    1 'c
Mutton     13c
Veal    UMiC
Pork    ll^c
Pork   12c
K   js, wholesale, per do/..    2~-<-
Eggs, retail, per do/. 10c
Butter,  wholesale,  per  lb 30c
R itter .retail,  per  lb 35c
F iwl, per doz    $8 to $10
Chickens, per doz $6.00 to $8.00
Broilers, per doz ?4 to $5
Ducks, per doz    $16
Geese, each  $L25 to $1.60
Potatoes,  per ton    $20
Apples, per box  $1.2,r, to $1.76
unions, per sack   $1.25
Carrots, per sack  one
Parsnips    75c
Beets   $1
Turnips,   per   sack     . .50c
TRUNKS,
VALISES,
SUITCASES
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with   brass   corners.      Pri
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to'$18.
PHILL
LAND ACT.
music, singing and harmony.
FOR    SALE���EIG1 [HOI
and  .ot,  near car Urn    Fifth  avenue;   price   $2  Enquire    432
i ourti enth street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OP B. C.
���P. it. Brown, managi r, P. O. Box
656,   phone  3S4.
WILSON, COOK &       ��� . ���      COLUM-
bia stn et, Phom   -'���,:.   Rea   E
and Ii "   i omesl     I
on i asj   terms;  . Bale
ed.    Ii yo . bai    anj  |  op-
erty to s< li list it with as,
MRS.  C.  C   PI3HEU,  EX-PUPIL OV
Carlotta  Autelli, Oxford, and G. F. ;,,   ,.
Mus.  Bac. Oxon.. teacher of 1"���,l��" nf   ��e s^u"?    ""�� be"
tween   sections  31   and  32,  township
_____ '''���   with   the   southern     boundarv  of
  District  Lot   01.  group  2,  New  West-
MECHANICAL. minster   District,     then.-,,   south     one
~^-~~~~-    ~~    ' ~~~ mile;   thence  east   one  mile;   thence
FINE   MACHINE   WORK   AND   __.\- north  one  mil-,,   to   the  point   of com-
era)  repairing.  Anything    from    a mencement and containing about 640
watch  or clock  to an    automobile, acres.
W. Webster, mechanical expert  No.
ll   strei i.     Dominion     Trust
Blocl .
ALEX   CRUICKSHANK.
.Tannary 2S, 1910.
PAPER   HANCING   &   DECORATING.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
New Westminster  Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take  notice   that   I.   E.izabeth   M.
Carver, of New Westminster, occupation lady, intend to apply  for permls-
! sion   to   purchase   the   following   described lands:
Commencing ar a pes' planted at
,th<. northwest corner of Lot 1815,
thence east 20 chains, then,,, north
20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
thence south along the shore to poinl
of commencement, containing 10
acres,  more or  less.
ROBERT R. CARVER,
Agent for Elizabeth M. Carver.
February  10,  1910.
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
ColumblalStreet" NEW^WESTMI NSTER
��� _K-____S?�� _IU ��nS_2f___�� C5P!~ia
1    HI I'SON.   WALL   PAPER,   I1UUM
Mo . linj       Burlaps,   and Sanltas;
bouse painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
LOST .
BI LAYED ��� ON PREMISES Tl:;
Twelfth strei t,  I Lai ..  reti li vi r.    If
not called foi in ten days theowni r
can't have same.
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN WITH TWO
gold bands. Return to News office
and receive reward,	
STRAYED.
FROM   410   ST.   GEORGE   BTREET,
black Cocker Spaniel pup, about
four months old. Kinder please-
p turn to above address.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone  L015.
FOUND.
P 01' N D���A FI SHIN G BO AT,  OWNER
must claim same within ten days.
'.'. Mackle, Mlllslde.
POUND���A NUMBER OF LADIES'
scarves, handkerchiefs, etc., at th ���
Pythian rink after the Native Sons
dance. Owners can have same by
calling at Johnston's Big Shoe
House.
PBATERNALJ oclEi i_tT
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
Tl e regular iiicding of this lodge
are held in Oddfel Iowa' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. J, R. McLeod, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.	
A. O. U. W ��� FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta ��d third Tuesday In each month, visiting brethren    cordially    Invited    to    attend.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FDR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News  Block, Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
Re the west half of section 31 block
5. North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214F, issued in
the name of J. A. L. McAlplne, has
boon filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a dally newspaper published in the
City of N'ew Westminster, issue a du-
I plicate of the said certificate, unless
n the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District. Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
STENOGRAPHY    _
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block,     p. o. Box him.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province ofiice, Columbia street.     Phono fi2.
TAILORS
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAt
lorlug. A new line of fall Bulb
Ing just In. Button making, press-
Ing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R608
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New West-
minstsr.
Take notice tbat John Ferdinand
TYPEWRITING 11!l'y^H' ot' Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at r. post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
.17:141, about one mile northeast of
bead of Billings Bny, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thcnc,.
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence wst 40 chains to point
of   commencement,   containing   i no
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND RAOCS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson  Island, B. C, December 20,  1909.
������������������������������������������������������������������������*<>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������
��> '^r      -���>   CER SCHEDULE.
. u.ow.nr irJ ihe schedule of soccer
uaaT'.aes i'.ov th Wallis cup, emblem
atio it th' .uiior championship of
ifitisn CL ..nbiu:
February 12���High School vs. Sapperton.
February 19���St Louis vs. Lord
Kelvin.
February 20 ��� Central vs. High
Scliool.
March 5���Sapperton vs. Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;   St. Louis vs.  Central.
March 19���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin;  Central vs. St. Louis.
March 20 ��� Sapperton vs. High
School:   ''.->ntral  vs.  Lord Kelvin.
High  School vs. Lord Kel-
home
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l  your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
���   most widely-read paper in New Westminster. I hi ne
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For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
THEATRES.
Lodge room^ A. O. U. W.hall, Odd-  CRYSTAL   THEaTRE,   702   COLUM-
ia    street.        Fins-class    moving
fellows' block, Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 1099, 1-U.K.
���Meets the fourth   Friday   ln   tho |
month  at    8  o'clock,  In  the  small
hall. Oddfellows' block. I
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
PROFESSIONAL.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF _AUL_S,
AeriC No. 2d.���Meets every Tuesday [WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS,  BARKIS-
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch.
hall, Columbia street. H. Scho-
fleld, secretary.
BONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the IsleB Camp
191���Meets on the first and ihlrd
Tuesday of everv month In K, of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Suvh-rland.
tars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia Btreet New
Westminster. \y. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
W A DE. WH HALLBR ft MoQUAR Rl E
(F C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster.
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
I. O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia struct, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren IGEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
will be made welcome. G. E. Gilley, and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Co-
N ')���: 0. E Osborne, P G, record-1 lumbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Ins secretary Westminster. B. C
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up (o the 15th of February, 1910, at. 4 p. m., for the construction of Barnston Island dyke and
works.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston Island, or at the office of
Mr. II. Nevile-Smlth, engineer in
charge, rooms 4-f5, Dtipont Block, Columbia street,  New Westminster.
A deposit equal to five per cent
of the amount of contract must ho
made with each tender, by marked
chorine parable to the Commissioners Barnston Island Dyking District,
which will be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
COMMISSIONERS   BAHNSTON
ISLAND DYKING DISTRICT,
c|o  II.  Nevlle-Smlth, C.  _., Box  413,
New Westminster, B. C. i
WATCH REPAIRING.
By experts all our repair work is done!
My  experts  are working from   sun until sun;
Are  re.idy at all  times to do your repairing
And   get  broken  jewelry  in  shap�� for your wearing.
CHAiVSBERLIN, The Jeweler
AGENTS FOR THE  HOWARD. HAM   ILTON   AND
MOVEMENT.
LONGINES     WATCH
Lind  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
Easterbrook Milling C<
urnc,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
McQuarrie & Co.vunm AND FEBD ��mcUA^-
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S33.
IN    THE     8UPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
In tho matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 13, E.
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter of the Estate of
John  Scott, Macdonnell, deceased
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison, dated the 7th day of
January, 1910, tenders will be received up to January 21, 1010 by the
undersigned for th;; purchase of all
the Estate and Interest of John Scott
11 and   singular that, certain P��u"
r tract o
mentioned
Macdonnell and   his heirs '" amLi
it cert,
or tract of mud and premises   '
j. J. CAMBRIDGE'
District  Registrar of    the SupW"
Court of British Colmnbh^^^���
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDgE'
  i,  must
All   boats  having  full  maBt2rft^
pass on the south side of the or
By order. W. A. DUNC AN,^
City
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910. SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY   12,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE.
^,",'::":;"'.:":;":;' ������-
TO DISCUSS DEAL
Sale of Coal Mini s to Railway Gornp Uiies Is His
Private Business.
Feb.     ii-   Hon,
CHURCH
SERVICES
'"'"''"""'  ���  . .   '       ;,   .
(Changes lor Hiis column must be
ii tt at, or telephoned to, this office by
'���> P.m. on Fridays. The omission ot
mj church notice from t_lB column
ii llcates that no copy has been turned
the pastor or other responsible
tarty.)
.lane B
returned   from  the  Bound
yacht,   the
Vlctoiia,
P h 11   iii-  r
[Uy   on   llis   iniv.it
,        ;,, after an absence of a couple
,;,s from the city.    In reply to
v  this  morning as to the  ru-
m01.s that are afloat as to the effecl   *:��� P'  '"���'���   evensong and b
has disposed of his coal inin-
i   other   Interests,   Mr,   Duns-      ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
.���! be did not wish to discuss   Kov   j   8   Header80n
vices  11   a.m. and    7
Sunday, February 13.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. Q. C. D'ea-
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Communion at x a. in.-. Matin Lit nj
il"'l  sermon  ll   a.  in.;   Sunday-school
TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
London's trouble la her fog.
Tokyo's trouble is earthqoakos. t*
ft** vornt 200,000 residents were killed
The mistral is tlie trouble of Mar-
sellli'M, uu c��si wind that Increases tb*
tlty's death rate BO per cent.
^ Calcutta's trouble Is cholera, and the
DnboBlc plngue ls _o trouble of Bom
bay. Each city pays r.o ber trouble an
"tiniiai tribute of ftooo *ouis.
Bajdad's trouble 1* the "Bagdad but
ton," a sore that attacks practically
ivery immdont and visitor, leaving s
'��.!itton ohapml permanent scar.
Madrid's trouble is tbe solan i, a sum-
mer wlrj from the Hornbeam. It is e*
eewilngly hot and Is accompanied b*
blinding, .-Miking clouds i f dust, so
that notwitb��tna<Unii: n tei iperatnre of
105 or IKt Oftcrew al- windows muai ie
��Vwea.--Fi.|iadelpl_n B- ietln.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
He the east half of sec*ion :itJ, block
5, f ii b ranj e 6, Wi bi Insl ., New
Wi  tminster dis rlci.
.. hereas, Proof of the i i s of Cer-
tlliicate No. 9215P, Issued in the name
if .1. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed In
.llis ollice
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall,
al  the expi --\um of one month trom
the dale of the flrsl i licatlon her -
ot in a daily newsp; per publish! d in
the City of New \\v t nlnster, issue a
': ate of the s, Id  C< rtificate, un-
in the meant!   e valid objection
be made to me In  writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl   Reglstrai   of Titles,
Land Registry oiliee. New  Westminster, It. C, January 27, 1010.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROV:
MENTS NOTICE.
,. ilt ;,,|. '  -    ���""!���    pastor.    Ser
[S connection it. may be noted *lces  "  a-m' :u111    7    P.m.    Sabbath
i-pportt  thai  the properties have school    and    Bible    class  2:30
di p0 ed of continue to be cir- Mornin,    ' 'Vet     Again
I in the best Informed quarters, "Men Who Succeed."
���i  ,   purchasing  party   is sal l  to  be :
thl   c.  p.  i:., of which company  Mr. ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
niulr is a director.    The sugges-   ���Rev. T.  Wardlaw Taylor   MA
.i  (lie coal mines have passed ,.          ,        ,      .
,   ,       I bands of the Canadian North. ?���:  ,,:,s")r'  Servlce* at
p.m,
evening,
Ph
Ti-- ftJer^w 0f Chemistry.
Chem!��tr> Cid *,��� *corne n sciencn
-In et -r �����, r_i , b mletry proper did
��*t eslst- until ��� >.. seventeenth cem
rury, u_ �� wa�� ,,,,, M ,,,��� ,,,ndb
of f.e _1��1 est *_tury before lt be
g!'- -0 lffl -wh.   The old fil
cL :my    d id ..
"���I.,     contained    the
d by those who realize
Imp ei- nt ii is that the C. P. R.
e   i uarantteed   a   i oal   . up-
iemands for which to meei
of the company are   con-
.    increasing.
It is contended that  a little caicu-
wlil show that the C. P. U. is
to       consuming about 1,000 tons of
i .      pi r   day.   and   thai    Its   fue]   ro
ll a.m. and
��� :��0 p. m. Morning, "Whom God
Upholds;" evening, "True Dignity."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
- Ri '���' E, G. Thompson, M. a..
pastor. Public worship: Morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m, Bible class
and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., V.l'.s.
C.E., Tuesday, 8p.m.; prayer meet-
Wi dnesday   8   p.   m.    Morning,
s^-'-'ms, '" ��' '    M tb ������ ibllltle.^ ol
_e present i "hemlstry, ��it beyond
'liis the reU *B��hlp between tbe modern science . >a ui�� ancleut deh_lon if
Mlghl Indi, L Still, lt cannot no do
died thai . ww m the foolish search
for the ���'. hiloeopher's Stone" aud th�� .
"Kllxlr r. Lire" that men first hit uoon
the dlscoTerles which were dest'ned
to develop Into t��e great science et *>
Jajv-Now  fork American.
3 are constantly increasing .J.1'"   Spi,rl<   ��,f   ""'   Age;"   ('veili"g.
. ., thal  ir, Vu. pven1  lif i .conscious Degeneration."
llwaj  company taking ovsr the Q1 n,NS  WENUE METHOD1ST-
that coal bunkers will be es- Rey   -     w    Bro              t
tt Esquimalt   as the cost ,,.. ;u ,, .__            ;              ae
'   Porting-the   coal   from   the   , ,   ;|I   .,..,��� ,     ���A
V'"1, ,n"r   ����fed ���  'V" ,'"'' ^sson     fro,,,    a     Coin:"    evening,
'���""   facilities  for   landing ...,-,���.,,. w       jn                               *
at   Esquimau     many   vessels
I   be  Bupplied   with   fuel   which
e would not  take the i I  nd
ict.
en   is more than mere ru-
1.     tory of the transfer of
nse  holdings  of the  Duns-
nn Vancouver island is the uni-
������     lion, but in the absence
��� oi ilative    aniiouncenii nt
���    al public   is   denied   pos-
' the facts of tlie case,
a  di al  as is mentioned
fraughl   with   tremendous
to   the   development   of
Island  nnd   the  future  of
a  without  Baying.    With
test (oal mine properties on
the Island In  the  possession  of  one
werful corporations in
there would bo a guarantee
' Id   be   developed   and
' '        decree much In excess
'  whirl,   has  characterized  the |j, ,T   Rouse wn, preach at 7 p. m
the  original   management;
lone been known by those
who '     e  made a  study of the sltuu-
the erection of coal bankers
malt    is    imperative    if    the
of shipping ln  the  North  Pari  to be recognized and catered
to
In  ri -pect   to  tt>e  question  of  the
���    of   coal   bunkers,   it   may   be
ned in this connection that for
��� lonths tlie C. P. R. have had
nn  til"  al   Ottawa   tbe   plans  for  the
of coal bunkers on tbe India11
reserve      These   plans   came   before
ird of trade at the time t'ipy
drawn   and   were   duly   passed
that bodv.
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Fred-
i rick Thrussell, late of the City of
New  Westminster,  in   the  Province
ol   British   Columbia,   deceased:
Notice is hereby given thai all persons having any  claims or demands
I   the late Frederick Thrussell,
wl o died on or about  the 3,0th day
��f  November,   1909,   at  the  City   oi
New   Westminster,   I.n   the   Province
"f British Columbia aforesaid, are re-
l tn send by post prepaid, or de-
to   the   undersigned   solicitors
hen in for Harriet! Ann Thrussell, ex-
l>   of   the   las'    Will   Of   tiie   said
rick Thrussell, their names and
and full particulars in writ
1 their claims and statements of
accounts,  veriOed by statutory
M m,   and   the   nature   of   the
lei   (If any l   held by  them.
i ' ike notice that, after the 28th
ol  February, 1910, the said Har-
:   Vnn  Thrussell  will  proceed to
Ihute the assets of tbe said de-
' ���     'I    among    thl     poisons   entitled
" i to, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
1 I 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, nuo.
WADE, WHEALLER &. McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for tbe Above-Niuned Harriett Ann Thrussell.
' tmy person  of  whose claim    Rhc
Aliki ."
ST PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
I'."... Lev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser
vice at ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion flrsl Sunday in thc month after morning service.    Prayer meeting
on Thursdaj al 7:30 p.m. Morning
subject, "Led Into the Wilderness;"
evening, rust of a series of sermons
on the Lord's Prayer.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Morning, "Philip
and tin1 Eunuch;" evening, "The
Power of the Gospel."
GOSPEL H VLL, coiner of Sixth
avenue  and   Ninth   street.  Evuni?'Tist
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
.taineg Calvert, DI).. pastor.���Her- I
vices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. lass'
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at s p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Uev
K.   D.   Braden,  pastor.      Services  at
11  a.m.  aud 7  p.m;   Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
at  S  p.   m.
The Sarcastio Cabby.
The I/>ndon bobby is notorlonj fot
jrergrown feet and har.'ts. Likewise
mo London cabby t�� t 'nerally au
credited with never being ui a loss for
�� reply. One da; a b diby llftej us
Us linnd majestically to bait a cabby,
bnt the latter ci  wded his | irse ahead
MLl_j't you ���* ne roise _y 'tt__r
aemandrO; th* b^U ������.
"I did see the sky durken a momert
but my 'oree wss sh..' ���' nt your feet,'
���-etorted the cabby as he whipped u|
tnd went on.-London t/raphic.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon .No. 2. Pit! Fractional,  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mini i'ul ( 1 tims, Bituated in the New
Westminster   Mining    Division   ol
New    Westminster    District,    where
located I'itt Lake:
'i u.���e   notice   that  we,   Pitt   Laki
Brick and Cement Company, Limited.
i     ������   Miners  Certificate   No.   B30434,
In end 00 days from  the date  hereol
to apply to the Mining u< corder for
a Certificate of Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grani
of the above claims.
And further lake notice thai action
under section 37 must bi commenced
before the Issuance ot sucn Certlfl-
cat(   of  improvements.
Dated   this  14th  day of  Decembei
A. I). 1909,
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMEN'I
CO., LTD., 10. .1. PAUL:;. Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B30435.
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
'I ake notic ��� that I. Elizabeth Mcculloch Bell, of Vci non, B. C, intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on th_ following described lands:
Commencing  at a post  marked E.
M. Bell's southeast corner, get about
lone   mile   south   of   the   point   where
tl.-u   section  line   between   Townships
13 and 16 Intersect with the southern
boundary   of   District   Lot   46,   group
2.  New  Westminster district,   thence
west one-hair mile, thence north one
mile, thence cast one-haif mile to the
point where the section line between
Townships  13 ;;n.}  16 intersect  with
Ithe southern boundary of District Lot
[ 46,   group  2,   Now  Westminster   dis-
I trict,  thence  south  to  the   poini   of
I commencement,  a distance of about
one  mile.
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH PELL.
January 28, 1010.
Per George B. Conner, Agt.
THE   STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham 'Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.tllce  'fUOlita   18a.       barn    fboii.,   Id/|
Columbia   aucct
Baggage   dellverea    promptly    io
any part or tae city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   O-PO,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
L HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth  ��� -\
Estimates Given. Phone ^i?.
J. NEWSOHE & SONS
PAINTERS.   PAPER HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and  Third streets.
NEW WESTMIXSTKU
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TENDERS.
A   CIVILIAN   HE.0.
Hi    Ser
-ulv
At tl
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held !>;
cide i ���
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shall
ot then have received notice.
LfND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of Lot 43,
Suburban  Block 6,  New Westminster City.
^'Iioreas. proof of the loss of Corticate or Title No. 4395F, issued In
'"'name of Annie Brown, has been
BlfJ in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
'" the expiration of one month from
|ne date of the first publication here-
'" ii dally newspaper published In
M"' City of New Westminster, issue
? ''"I'Hcate of the said certificate, un-
'^ in the meantime valid objection
"" "wde to m0 ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
,, District Registrar of Titles.
'"'i Registry Office, New Westmin-
8,('r. R- C, February 2, 1910.
SALVATION* ARMY���Services will
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Sunday-school; 11 a. in., service; 3 p. m..
enrollment of recruits; 7:;io p. m.,
service.
FREE METHODIST CHAPHL���
klglt- street, between Third a_d
(Fourth avenues. Love feast, 10
a.m. Preaching, u a.m.; Sunday
school. 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m- Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:-i:> p.m. T H. Marsh, pastor,
7is Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sunday service, 7:50 p. in. in the I.
0. O. V. ball.
OOLLINQWOOD M-THOD1ST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school a! 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tueiiay ti p.m. Dundomald school
boust; Service at 2 p.m. and Susday
school at 8 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
i pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter, Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
school at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
730 p.m. Thursday, prayer service at
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday School
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���R��v. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Csurca strvlcw ��t 11 ������m
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Holy
communion, 8:30 a. m.; evensong and
sermon, 7 p. m��� Preacher, Rev C.
Leonard, curate of Holy Trinity Cathedral.
CHURCH OF CHRIST-305 Durham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH
-Andrew Grieve, pastor. Services
every Sunday afternoon ln KlrK s
Hall, (corner Keary street ami Columbia street) at 3:30. Dedicatory
services will be held on Sunday at 11
a ���,, 3:30 and 7 p. m. Speakers:
Rev S. Everton, Vancouver; R��v. H-
G.  Estabrook,  Summerland;   Rev.  a.
���', West, Vancouver.
I
CRYSTAL THEATRE-Evangells-
|tlo  service  for  men  takes  place  ��*
3:30 p. m.
His   Country
:/ Soldier In Bat-le.
e - f the Pranco-Pi is
..   ,   conference  w���i
iennan leaders to de-
.   .nt of indemnity
. \    _c    exacted   from
1 :    tarck.  differinj; from
���   egraphet] to Berlii.
..���������-" in whom he had __���
.  :.,".    The man was
was for some reason
���j great Prussian gen-
en, therefore, he gave &_
opinion that the amount demanded
sliould be so many thousand million
francs  Aon   Moltke exclaimed  impatiently:
"Absurd!   It is too much!"
"1   know   die   resources   of   tlie
French people," sa;d  the financier
calmly,   "'i hey can pay it."
"lt is a monstrous demand I" repented Yon Moltke angrily. "If a
man luid b\ un when tlie world was
created to count he would not have
reached that sum now."
"And that is the reason," interrupted Bismarck quickly, his eye
twinkling, "that I got a man who
counts���-from Moses."
Von Moltke and the Hebrew tried
to look grave, but both laughed, and
thc storm was averted.
The sequel to the anecdote has a
deeper meaning. The financier,
when he received the summons to
thc conference, was undergoing
treatment for some affection of the
eyes which required confinement to
a dark chamber. Ilia oculist warned him that if he obeyed the summons tli* eipoaure and delay in the
treatment would almost inevitably
result in loss of sight.
He was silent a moment and then
said: "1 think that I am needed. 1
have no right to consider my light.
I will go."
He went, and the results which
the oculiit had feared ensued. lie
became Wind for life.
Von Moltke, when the ��tory vm
told him, said briefly: "I wronged
the man. He has served his country as truly as any soldier on the
field." 	
Os* W.wt'a SI������ntntf-av
English Is a most remarkable Ia��
fuafi*. It. has some peculiarities of au
txtracardlnsrlly rich vocabulary and
others of ths poorest and moet barres
tongue, separate words for minute di*
tlnetloas and ���*���������� weeds that hav��
many rrr-t'-r ***J-T examples <X
both f****m*utOm ��-s be fow* la tt��
DUUoet I>1���I���nr, aa ******* t����bU
ratio*. _v��7 tsaVMkf. boy knows kew
to on tbe words lamb, sheet}, twe so*
ram, kat k��w many of Xhsm would b��
able to aWOmt) tho words taft tnp-hoft
teas*, tap-**. t��P-r��* ������� ���** ^��^
MCk ��f wt_~ Ira t_i ��#��� or tha se>
���fas-MV? r*w aaUssspsy. a tap-bog to
K yow�� m katao the fin* Aearlnt
On the ott*�� h^d, t_t_ the wot*
nc_. _s ***** hy psx&e In one part
of Batieod m ***** H n_y moan a
M��k of rm****\ the hsnos of a dead
to,,, a l*��w. ft *t**wp ��rtn. ��� Hitches
tirertem, (tKefi fend loem. a reac*
hi a rl-sr, a f*dt a pathway a rut, a
gap In a b*dt* a iytn�� elood.toponr ofl
Honor, to ataek. Tbsoe are the unnsn..
a/smtngt, aad thore are othan mors
aotBOM-u���Yourk 10onpsnloa.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Pi aaster General, will be received
at Ot:. . : until noon on Friday, the
18th i e iruary, for the conveyance of
I i M ,i sty's mails, on propose! con-
tracts for fo-ir years, ll and 30times
per week each way, between tbe
Xew Westminster Post ollice and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the ("rea; Northern Railway Station, from tb    1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to the conditions of
proposed contract may bo seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices" of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queen?.
borough, and at the ollice of the Post
Office  Inspector.
Post. Office Inspector's Office. Vancouver, B, C, 7th January, 1010.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD, .
Post Office inspector.
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If you do you will find that
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The bigger loaf is one difference.
Easier assimilations of the
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY  12
1910.
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The Daily News
Published by Tbe Daily News Publisn.
leg Company, Limitt d, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910.
together ln   Winnipeg  last year and
mapping out  a  new  naval  policy in
opposition to that of the titular leader
of the party.   Both of these garrulous
worthies have political aspirations of <
their own  ,and  Mr.  Borden, wdio ob- ,
structs the way, must be relegated to
the ranks.    That Is at the root of tlie |
present  Tory rot.    And tlie ambition
of either is as likely to be gratified
as the present representative of Vic- ;
toria has of  becoming a  member of ,
the   Dominion   government.���Victoria
Times.
F. Crake, Mrs. W. C. Curtis, Mrs.
W. J. Armstrong, Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett, Mrs. .1. Allan (Vancouver), Mrs.
Cromweli. Mrs. W. C. Chamberlin.
Mrs. F. W. Chilver, Mrs. D. Currle,
Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. G. T. Bradshaw,
Mrs. C. W. Brown, Mrs. P. Howler,
Mrs. H. Dorer, Mrs. J. E. Drew, Mrs
J. Bryson, Mrs. Dauphinee, Mrs. H,
Dunlop, Mrs. G. Cassidy, Mrs. A.
Charleson, Mrs. J. S. Clute, Mrs. W.
Chapman (Vancouver), Mrs. F. Broad,
Mrs. J. C. Brown, Mrs. Dr. Baker,
Mrs. Briggs, Mrs.  R. Benson, Mrs. J.
(Continued  on   Page  Six)
THE   MECHANICAL   MILLENNIUM.
Mr. Thomas A. Edison, as a worker |
of   wonders  ln   natural   science,   who
has done more than any other living
man   to   increase   the   comforts   and
conveniences of life, may be accepted
as a prophet in his own peculiar lino.
In an article contributed to the New ,
York   Independent  he  predicts   :"   In
two hundred years, by the cheapening
Of commodities, the ordinary laborer j
will  live as  well as a man  does now
witli   $200,000  annual   income.    Automatic  machinery and scientific agri-
culture  will  bring about  this  result."
The  prophecy  is  not. so  tremendous j
as the figures suggest, as, taking one
consideration  with  another,  the (man
who  is  living in  the  ordinary  comfort of today is every whit as wed off .
as the milloinaire, who can not add to |
his   real   comforts   or   to   his   refinement by the preposterous attempt to
spend   an   income   of    two   hundred
thousand dollars upon  himself.    The
forecast, is based on facts known to
all.     If   we   look   backward   for   two
hundred years or so, instead of for-
ward, we realize that the workingman
of    today   enjoys  comforts,   conveniences   and   cleanliness   of   conditions .
unknown to kings and queens of two
hundred years ago.    Balilie Nicol Jar- :
vie,  of  Glasgow,  supping  bis  simple j
porridge  and   cream  in   the  days  of
Rob  Roy, could truthfully say:   "The
king, honest man, hasna sae gude a ,
dish."    But  what strides  in  comfort
have been made since the days when ,
the pawky balilie walked the streets, j
wiili liis maid of all work carrying a ;
lantern before him to keep him out of
the mire.
Mr. Edison, with the glad optimism
of    one    wbo    has    played    successfully    with    the   secrets   of   nature,
may  foresee  a time  when  social evolution will advance band In hand with
the  perfection  of  machinery.    Then
all   anlntaUectual   labor,  ail   monotonous, dull labor; ail labor that deals
with dreadful things and Involves unpleasant  conditions,  will  be done by
machim ry.    It will displace the toiler.   In coal mines, do all sanitary services,   clean   Hie  streets,   carry   mes-
-,  ' ike the piace of stokers on
ships and do everything thai  Is
ts,    distressing    or    dangerous.
Ti ��� re >���; n be no doubt  that this is
the   future  of   machinery.      Just   as
grow while the farmer is al ep-
inc. or as dividend accumulate while
th ���  investor  is   enjoying   cultivated
leisure���so,   while  humanity   will   ho
b with   moral   questions,   making
things beautiful or engaging in intellectual pursuits, with opportunities to
bi ��� k the holier aspects of life, machinery will be doing those kinds of
work that stunt men's mental activity. Plato, In his conception of a perfect republic, included human slavery. Unless there are slaves, either
by force or necessity, to do the ugly,
horribie. uninteresting work, culture
and contemplation become almost impossible. But now the corner of the
curtain Is lifted in a coming era when
machinery will be the slave in a perfected civilization.
Society
Mrs. F. J. Lynch will not receive
until the first Wednesday in Apr!..
* *   *
Miss Drummond ,who has been visiting with friends in the city, returned to ber home in Vancouver on
Monday.
*        *        ��
Miss Grace Eastman has returned
home from,New Denver. 11. ('..where
she visited' her sister, Mrs H. Jud-
son Byrnes.
��    *    *
Mrs. George W. Seymour and Mrs-
Frederick W. Cunningham, of Vancouver, were the guests of Mrs.
Charles   10.   Seymour,  "Tbe  Nest,"  on
Tuesday.
* *   *
Mrs.  J.  R. Sharpe has returned  to
her  home  in   Vancouver,  after  visiting with her aunt, Mrs. J. E. insley.
*    *    *
Mr. and Mrs. McLean, from Vancouver, are visiting their daughter
Mrs. J. E. Hawkshaw.
* *   *
Mrs. M, Sinclair, St. George street,
will not receive until the first Thursday  in  March.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson left
on Monday for a visit to California.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE ��� BY OWNER, TWO
lots on Eighth avenue, close to car,
easy cash and terms. Box B. M. F.,
Daily News.
WANTED���TWO LOTS FROM COR-
ner on Agnes street. Box 1SR0.
Daily News.
'GET   THE   HABIT"
Enamelware
20 per cent, off orf all
prices today and Saturday.
Thc Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for casb and sell for the same
H. GODFREY TURNER
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MAUD POWELL
One of the most Celebrated Violinists'of
the day with   her  accompanists in the
Wesbninster Ooera House
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Mrs.   J.   Stilwell   Clut<
friends  in   Victoria.
is   visiting
FOR  ONE NIGHT
A   DIVIDED   CAMP.
It is said the Ottawa opposition Is
going to force a dissolution of parlia-
i:. i.i upon the Premier by withholding supply. The Conservative party
. - represented in Parliament is so
hopelessly divided in opinion upon
nearly all the leading political issues
of the day that it is extremeiy doubtful if it is capable of acting In concert or harmony upon any single
question. One of tlie hading Tory
organs, the Toronto World, prints y.
cartoon    which   illustrates   effectively
the state of disorganization which
prevails on the navy question. The
World ls edited by Mr. W. F. Mac-
ban, M. P.. and its attitude proves
that even in Ontario a considerable
section nf the party refuses to follow
Mr. Martin Bun ill tind his troupe of
tru.y loyal vaudeville artists. Even
If the party had the power to force
u   dissolution,   what   hopes   would   It
have of success in the constituencies
with Its jeadlhg members from almost
every province pulling vigorously
against each other? The dissolution
of the Conservative party, with Mr.
Borden disheartened and disgusted
and anxious to resign, would appear
to be more imminent than the dissolution of Parlalment. The stat�� of
affairs which Is the talk of all Canada
is a direct result of Mr, R. P, Rob.in
und Hon. G. K. Foster holding counsel
Mrs. Gillespie, of California, is tlie
guest of her sister, Mrs. ,1. W. Creigh-
ton.
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Mrs. J. P. Hampton Bole will not
receive   until   tlie  second   Wednesday
in  March.
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Mrs. A.len Cameron, who lias been
visiting with her sister. Mrs. George
F. Cassidy, lias returned to her home
in Vancouver.
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Auspicious among the season's musical treats will b the recital by
Maud Powell, \lollnlit, whose exquisite playing has charmed critics of
art in America and abroad, wbo wll.
appear at the Opera house on Friday evening. Lovers of artistic music
are keenly aware of the exceptional
treat  in  store  for them.
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During the week .Mrs. J. W. Creigh-
ton entertained at euchre in honor
of ber Bister, Mrs. Gillespie, of California. Eleven tables were made up,
and a delightful afternoon was spent.
The prize was won by Mrs. j. C.
Armstrong, while tlie consolation fell
.to the lot of Mrs. ('. X. McDonald.
Tbe hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Payne, Mrs, Gillespie, Miss Corbould.
Mi = s Vera Corbou.d, Miss Sbildrick.
Miss De Wolf Smith. Miss Lillooet
Armstrong and  Miss Muriel Cotton.
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Mrs. C. E. Seymour was the hostess
at ;i delightful notion shower on
Tuesday, given in honor of Miss
Clute. Tin rooms were dainty with
sprinc flowers, brightened by clusters
of red hearts which added to general
glow. Tbe tea table was a study In
yellow daffodils, shaded candles being used to carry out the effect. Tea
was poured by Mrs. J. Stilwell
Clute. the ices being cut by Mrs. D.
Camllne. Among those present were
MrB.   J.   Stilwell   Clute,   Mrs    Henry
|L. Edmonds. Mrs. II. S. Barnet. Mrs.
|W. C. Doherty, Mrs. D. Camllne, Mrs.
George Seymour. Mrs. F. W. Cunningham. Mrs. H. P. Latham. Mrs.
J. II. Jones. Mrs. Harold Poolev, Mrs.
W. G. McQuarrie, Mrs. O. Bruce Oor-
bould, Miss Clute, Miss Lillooet Armstrong;.  Miss  MacGowan.  Miss Keary,
| Miss Crowder. Miss Mowbray, Miss
Burnett. Miss Lewis. Miss Brown and
Miss Gertrude Brown. A cover peo-
grophlcal contest was enjoyed, the
prize   being   won   by   Mrs.   Edmonds,
j while Mrs. Latham won the consolation.
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A charming hostess of the pre-len-
ten season was Mrs. 10. Goulet,
Fourth avenue, who entertained at an
afternoon tea on Tuesday from three
to five and from four to six. Mrs.
Gould's reception gown was of handsome black brocaded duchess satin
with real jet ornaments. The tea
table, wbicli was prettily decorated
with paper-white narcissus and green,
was presided over by Mrs. L Thorn-
ber and Mrs. Campbell, of Vancouver, wbo were later relieved by Mrs.
F Talt (Vancouver), and Mrs. Munroe Wood (Vancouver). Pink carnations were tbe fiowers used at the table where the ices were served by
Mrs. S. A. Fletcher and Mrs. Douglas; and Mrs. D. J. McQuirrio and
Miss James (Detroit), Mrs. L. B. Lus-
by, Mrs. Wood. Mrs. Talt and Miss
Walker looked after the comfort of
the guests and wem assisted by a
bevy of pink gowned young ladles
consisting of Miss L. Tliornher, Miss
Manueila Rrlggs, Miss Nan Phillips,
Miss G. Bllodeau, Miss M. Fletcher,
Miss Anna Morrow, Miss R. Bllodeau,
Miss T. Goulet, Miss Alice Wise,
Miss KatB Comet, Miss Nellie McDonald and Miss Honeyman (Vancouver). The little Misses Sybil
Campbell and Isabel McQuarrie opened the door for the guests. Among
those present were: Mrs. F. An-
nold, Mrs. Belyea. Mrs. T. Cunningham, Mrs. J. R. Agar, Mrs. T. S. Annandale. Mrs. Bllodeau, Mrs. W. H.
Allan,  Mrs.  J.  A.  Cunningham,  Mrs.
FRIDAY, FEB. 18th, 1910
PRICES:
$1.50, $1 00, 75c. and 50c.
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PRESENTS    SHAKESPE ����� RE'S   GRAND
HISTORICAL PLAY
HENRY VIII.
LOUIS  JAMES AS  "CARDINAL WOLSEY," ASSISTED   BY
APHIE JAMES as "Queen Katherine"
AND A  GREAT CAST.
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COMPLETE    SCENIC   EMBELLISHMENT  ���  COMPANY    OF    35.      ji
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c. and  5G_.   Seats on sale at   ||
Ryall's Drug Store Friday.
L e e's
We want you to visit our  Furniture Store, as it a
o buy thoughtfully, with good   taste
Furniture at the lowest prices possible
who buy thoughtfully, with good   taste,   who   want   reliable
PPeals to those
onest
Dresser and Stand
Made of hard maple wood in   golden   quartered   oak   finish
tse is 18 by 3-1 In size, having .three  large  drawers   trimmed'w
ass    handle^    the    top    bel ng fitted with a British bevel mln
tin
Ith
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11 by 24, and the frame Ls handsomely carved
Price $15.00
I   PP'C  Furniture Emporium
JL-fl   jL���i   Mmmd      laj Lea's  Block, Columbia  Street,
Phone 73. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Holbrook Cafe I
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE.     BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.    WHITE ���
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. "  ���
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MEALS 25c      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50      \
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GIVE US A TRIAL ���
HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St.
J. A. DRYDEN, Prop, j
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STATIONERY
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
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Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Hoi-- ctrlc Sad Iron is the greatesi bo n \'��-
slble. No i? M ,,. sened the  household   labor.    The  Electric
Sad Iron simple that a child can operate It; and ii can be ||S,h1
in any prrl of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hoi; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry dlffereni makes and styles. Call in and lei us show
them to you.
T. j. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
WESTMINSTER
OPERA   HOUSE
Harry Tidy,  Manager.
Thursday, Feb. 17
&/_sw��)C3*s (9a,
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat al Kenny's. Anticipation
Of toothsome morsels thai "ill "'T
the palate and give you genuine ����*
faction are always realized after ea
Ing one of our tender, juicy steam
oysters or dinners, or any of the s''
ial dishes that are made al
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
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With ESTHA WILLIAMS and a cast
of unusual excellence, including
Edwin Walter.
A Magnificent Scenic Production.!
A Guaranteed Attraction.
Do You Want a
Furnace Installed
in your  house, if   so see us.     We sell the
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
K!RK'S  HARDWARE,New Westminster, B f, '
LtURDAY,  FEBRUARY  12,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON--
SPORTING NEWS
Big Dry Goods House
New Raincoats and
Capes for Spring
just received by express-, the latest styles in Ladies' Rainproof
Coals and  Whipcord Capes, in military effects;   colors  navy,  taupe
and black;  very smart garments.    Prices from $14.50 to $25.00
VISIT  OUR   MANTLE   DEPARTMENT,   SECOND   FLOOR.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT JO CITY HALL.
Ham Gives Up Poolroom.
Ham Hyatt, the former Vancouver
star batsman, now the famous pinch
hitter of the Pittsburg Pirates, champions of the world, has given up his
poolroom business in this city and
left tor Anacortes, Wash., where
he will visit friends for several
weeks. Ham will probably leave from
there to join the Pirates for their
spring training at Hot Springs,
Ark.
Attell and Frank Conley.
San Francisco, Feb. 11.���Monte Attell and Frank Conley are matched
for a ten-round bout, to be held in
i ortiand on February 25. Manager
Foley says that after the Attell-Con-
ley match he win be ready to have
Attell meet all comers.
Six-Day Cyclists Are Busy.
Newark, X. J��� ].��,. H._pive teams
were tied last night at the end of the
fourth day's grind in the six-day bicycle race here with 895 miles and
two mps to their credit. Five other
teams were tied at a lap behind the
lenders. The men are riding ten-hour
stretches each day.
KETCHEL   CREDITED
WITH   THESE   EPIGRAMS
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Flynn and Langford Again.
Los Angeles. Feb. 11.���Jim Flynn
and Sam Langford sinned articles
j yesterday for a 45-round fight March
17, in Vernon, just outside tlte city
limits. The two men fought ten
rounds Tuesday night, at which time
I'Tynn  itaineii a  newspaper decision.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
I read tlie "knocks" through; I
throw away tbe "boosts."
It took me live years of training
to win the middleweight championship. Xow I'm coming to live the
way I want to.
lf a lighter hasn't got the punch
he might as well quit the ring.
There's a lot of seienced boys eating
snowballs  this  winter.
I notice that the man at the top
hasn't any trouble finding friends.
I wonder how they look from the toboggan?
There are always people who wil.
spend a lot of time advising a champion. Why don't they advise the man
who's coming up?   He needs lt.
I know colored fighters who are
whiter than white ones.
It's the people who guess at what
I do who bother me. I never am
bothered by those who know what I
do.
I don't fight because' I like it. I
light because 1 can make more money
at it than I could by shoveling sand
around the equator���and make it a
lot  quicker.
There probably have been a lot of
square fighters who turn crooked because tbey were constanly charged
with being off the level. The game
goes with the name, sometimes.
A man's color doesn't denote the
quality of bis punch.
It's a cinch that anyone who sticks
to the game is going to get trimmed.
Tito thing is to know when to quit,
and I notice there isn't one in a thousand   who   does.
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Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
WILSON & COOK
Northern  Crown  Bank  Buildintj.  New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.  J.   B1RTCH
61 7 Columbia Street.
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Morning    10 to 12 |
Afternoon 2 to 5 j
Evening 7:30 to 10 l
PRICES:
Admission   10c;    Skates   25c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished skates for 10c.
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Northern  Crown  Bank;
THE ONLY WESTERN    CANADIAN  BANK. ���
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    $6,000,000    |
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000    ���
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada nnd especially to the
West, In this era of development Western financial institutions
musl play an Important part. The  Northern    Crown    Bank    invites
'"  who have the interests of the West at heart to share ln the en-
loytnent of its privileges.
ONE  DOLLAR WILL OPEN A.SAVINGS    ACCOUNT    WITH     US.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W      estminster.
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Surrey Nurseries, LtdJj
Extra   fine lot of rare and  beautiful
Ornamental Trees and^Shrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
HOUSES���Two houses With stable,
on Carnarvon street; $10,U00; easy
terms.
LOTS���Three lots on Ottawa street,
ali cleared, close to car line; $400
per lot.
HOUSE���New house, fully modern,
on Tenth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues; $2800; one-third
cash.
LOTS���Four lots on Seventh avenue,
baif block from new car line;
$500; one-third cash.
LOTS���Two lots on coiner or Thirteenth Btreet and Seventh avenue;
cleared; $750 each.
HOUSE���New house on Fourth avenue, fully modern, S rooms; lot 80
by 146. Price $47uo; one-fifth cash,
balance to suit.
HOUSE���6 rooms, on Nineteenth
street, $1300; one-thir i cash.
HOUSE���s rooms, Seventh avenue,
$3200; one-third cash.
HOUSE- ^ rooms, ! Ifth avenue,
3200; one-third cash.
HOUSE���New 5-nio.n house 0:1 St.
Andrews, fully modern, $2600; $5uu
cash.
HOUSE���s. rooms, on Tenth street,
'" 0;  $1000 cash.
HOU8E���7    rooms,    Twelth
$1700; $700 cash.
HOUSE���Fully    modern,   oa
street; $3700; $1000 cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street, bub,
toilet, hoi and cold water, open fireplace in dining room: pricj $3200,
$1000 cash; this propertj is leased
and brings in over 7 per cent interest.
HOUSE���New.    on   Tenth    street,    6
rooms; $2800; one-third cash.
LOTS���Nos. S. 9, 10, 11 and 12, and a
new 8-room cottage, on Fourth avenue $5000; one-half cash.
LOT���Between   Tenth   and   Eleventh
streets   and   Fifth   nnd   Sixth   avenues, $550; $200 cash.
LOT���On Agnes street, cleared, splendid .ocation, $1800; one-third cash.
LOTS���8   full   sized,   in    Sapperton,
only $225 each.
ACREAGE���3_ acres in Burnaby. D.
L.   13,   close   to   train   line;   P'ice
$2500, one-third cash.
LOTS���Two  lots  and  two  nice  cottages   on   Sixth   street   for   $7250;
cottages   rented   for   $50   a  month,
paying over 8 per cent on the investment.
LOT���Lot  on Fifth street, near Seventh avenue-  $575, $230 cash.
LOTS���Two  lots  on   Eighth   avenue.
cleared; price $300 each, half cash.
LOTS���Six  lots  on   Suburban   Block
12 for $2500, $1100 cash.
LOTS���Two lots on Suburban Block
12;  $315 each, one-third cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street, fully modern;  price $3200, $1000 cash.
HOUSE���New modern house on Fifth
avenue,  seven rooms;   price $3500,
cash  $1000.
HOUSE���Two lots on  Maple street;
$2500,  one-third   cash,   balance  six
and twelve months.
HOUSE   AND   LOT���On   Royal   avenue, rented for $25 per month, for
$3000, one-third cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street, lot GO by
100,   three   roomed   cottage;   price
$800, $300 cash.
ACREAGE���Five acre blocks In Surrey, $125 per acre.
ACREAGE���320 acres  in  Surrey, $fi5
per acre.
ACREAGE���Forty   acres   in   Surrey,
$45 per acre.
SAPPERTON.
We still have a few of the lots we
have been advertising for $225 left,
but they won't last long.
CO   YEARS'
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Jesigns
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Anronfi ncjcUnj B nietcb md description mn?
iGlricl* aaoerSIn our opinion freeynetner an
tlon��Btrl���lyn_adwiti_. HATOBMR on Patents
sent free. Olrtert ae'mrT fort, cuiiiit putonts.
Patents taken tErougu Mur.i- * Co. receive
tycrial noUcn, ���Itbmit ct'itfva, ln tha
3_fet8fif��_ F^*4?.^
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A luiniiJuuioly Ulaatrated ffeeilr, I.a.-Ko?t circulation of pny BCiontlllo jonnii'l. Term* for
Ciu~1k *'.7fi a year, postage prepaid. Soul bj
nil nefc��oeftler��..
Bran��� 021 co. 62s V et- Washington, D. c.
Tree Spray
One  Hundred  Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
is situated on the route of the New Westmlnster-Millside car line
(to be built this summer), when it will double in value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH AND $25 PER MONTH buys a new seven-room house
In Sapperton;   a  good  buy. Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years. This propertyis on the. direct route ta tbe Stave
Lake Power Company's property and is an exceptionally good
buy  in acreage. No .364
White, Shiles & Co
746 and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Feb. 16���Henry VI11.
Feb. 17���As the Sun Wont Down.
Feb.  IS���Maud Powei
.March   17���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
April fi���Babies in Toyland.
April  11���The Red Mill.
April  HI���St. Elmo.
May 11���The Gingerbread Man.
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DON'T   FORGET TO   VISIT   THE
N EW
FURNITUR
STORE
Big Sale all  this month,
everything reduced   and ���
every thing plainly marked,
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Westminster. X
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See the stock and get our prices.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
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MPLOYE
AN EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY POLICY insures against loss or
expense arising from claims upon the assured for damages on account of personal injuries, regardless of whether legal liability exists or not and whether t'r. - claims are made for injuries actually
suffered or for Injuries t.-.ely alleged to have been suffered. Each
accident reported is promptly and thoroughly investigated. If the
circumstances indicate liability on the part of the assured, steps
are taken at once with a view of settlement without litigation.
Should legal proceedings be taken, however, the company defends
the suit, defrays expenses of litigation, and up to the limits named
In the policy pays any damages which  may  be awarded.
The limits of liability undertaken are: In event of an accident
causing death or injury of one person, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS OR UPWARD.
In event of an accident causing the death or injury of several
persons, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS OR  UPWARD.
The policies do not lapse upon these limits being reached, but
continue their warranty to pay within such limits every accident
that may take place during the policy year, whether few or many.
The Liability Policies of the Railway Passengers' Assurance
Company enable employers to reduce to a fixed charge an uncertain
element of business expense, which if not properly provided for
frequently results in financial disaster. Incidentally, they relieve
employers from much  annoyance  and  anxiety.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " Tlie Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
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WILSON & COOK
Northern  Crown  Bank  Building  New
Westminster,   B.  C.     Phone  646.
Open Evenings.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
Orn��r Stilt- 8t ui   f-tk Am**
phone wa
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH 8T.    PHONE R627
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUary
12,
Garden Freshness cf "SALAM"
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Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea-
producing country in the world. Ask your grocer for
a package to-day���      you'll like it.
  Black, Miied and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c und 70c per lb. �����
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(Cont, med from Page Four.)
J. Cambridge, Mrs. ll. Campbell 'Van-
couver), Mrs. Corrigan. Mrs. .1. Duncan  (Vancouver), Mrs. J. Ward  (Vancouver),  Mrs. W.  A.  Wood   (Vancouver), Mrs. Munror Wood (Vancouver).
Mis. ('. Watson, Mrs. E. L.  Webber.
Mrs.  I.. Williams. Mrs. G. Wolfenden,
Mrs.  YuengHng,  Mrs.    A,  Matheson,
Mrs.  V.' Maxwell.  Mrs.  McNahb,  Mrs
Meyers, Mrs. -Mori Ison, Mrs. W. Morrow.   Mrs. -A.  T.   Morrow.  Mrs.  T.  A.
Mulr,   Mis.   W.   E.   Morrison,  Mrs.  H.
Major. Mrs. J. II. B. McLeod, Mrs. W.
Mathers,   Mrs.   Dr.   Manchester,   Mrs
Meredith,    Mrs.    Mitchell     (Vancouver).Mrs, McGowan.Mrs, Duke (Vancouver), Mrs. Owens, Mrs. H. Davies.
Mrs. A. Dean. Mrs. G. O. M. Dockrlll,
Mrs.   ,T.   Diamond,   Mrs.   II.   Douglass
(Vancouver).   Mrs.   H.   A.   Kastman,
Mrs. II. _. Edmonds, Mrs. M. F. Eng-
llsh,   Mis.   V.   Elckhofl,   Mrs.   A.   H.
Ferguson,   Mrs.   A.   H.   Gordon.   Mrs.
Allan Grant, Mrs. T. Gifford, Mrs. H.
Gordon,  Mrs. T. B. Green. Mrs. Covet to, Mrs, J. Feeney, .Mrs. P. Feeney,
Mrs.  ,1.  Fraser',   Mrs.   K.   Fitzgerald,
Mrs. G. Fulljr (Vancouver), Mrs. 0.
Fagan (Vancouver), Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs-
Henley,  Mrs.  n.   Henry,   Mrs.  A.   M.
Herring,  Mrs. (',.  Henderson. Mrs. A.
J.   Hill,   Mrs.  F.  J.  Hart,   Mrs.   F  W.
Howay   Mrs. Dr. Holmes, Mrs. I. Hudson. Mrs. Houghton, Mrs. ,T. ,T. rones
Mrs. H   E. Johnson, "re. J. T. Jones,
Mrs. J. ,T. Johnston. Mrs. W  J. John-
ton,  Mrs.    \V.  Ii.  f   iv,    Mrs   i.  I.
Keary,  Mrs.    J, Jardine,    Mrs   .T. J,
Mackay, Mrs. F. Johnson, Mrs. Jameson.   Mrs.    C.   S.   Keith,   Mi".   Nellie
Kellie       l Vancom T),       Mrs. < : ' .
Mrs. A. Lamb, Mrs.    \. L.    Lavery.
Mrs. Lavell   Mrs. II. Lawrence, Mrs,
.T. Leamy   Mrs. l. B. Lusby, Mrs. Dr.
Levey,  Vrs. F.  Lynch,  Mrs. H. La-
than, Mi ..  R,  n.  Lennle,  Mrs. L.   K.
Lewi    Mrs. ('. E. Lewis. Mrs. ('. Lord,
Mi  .   L'ghtfooi   (Vancouver),  Mrs.  J.
McLeod   (Vancouver),   M'-s    Malcolm-
son. Mrs. Mead. Mrs. D. .1. McQuarrie.
Mrs. Lachlan McQuarrie, Mrs   \.  II.
McQuarrie, Mrs. W. Q McOuarrle. Mrs
Fostill.   Mrs.     Procter    (Vancouver),
Mrs.   J,   E.   Phillips,   Mrs.   P.   Peebles.
Mrs.  T.   !;.   Pearson.   Mrs.  Al.an   Fur-
vis. Mrs. Dr. Pool- (Vancouver), Mrs.
Dr.     Rothwell,     Mrs.     Roseau.     Mrs.
Ross,   Mrs,  G.  Rennie,  Mrs.   Reicben-
bach.   M'-s.   Roach,   Mrs.   C.   S.   Richmond.   ���"        I    \v.   Ropers,   Mrs.   M.
Sinclair,  "vs. .1. Sclater  (Vancouver),
Mrs.   .1.   Shame.   Mrs.   A.   Shlldrlck,
Mrs. G. Bexsmlth  (Vancouver), Mrs.
F.  P.  Smith, Mrs. James. Mrs. D. A.
Shiles,  Mrs.  H.  Strelght.   Mrs.  Sivo-
wright. Mrs. Sampson. Mrs. W. Smith,
Mrs.   C.   F.   Seymour,   Mrs.   Captain
Snee  (Vancouver)   Mrs. W. H. Evans
(Vancouver),      Mrs.     C.     Tbo'-nber
(Vancouver). Mrs. James Tate  (Vancouver).  Mrs. F.  G.  Thompson.  Mrs.
T.  J.  Trapp,   Mrs.  F.   Tate   (Vancouver), and Mrs. Tuck.
SLEEP AND  NERVE  REST.
t.   Hecca*ltr   Thai    I��   Overlooked   I��
thc  Moderi  b<   cnuonaj  Life.
In  the days   when eight  hours tic
sleep ware nominally regarded as m
hour too long for nny self respectlns
Individual Hie exhausting character et
modem life was unknown.   There vrs*
loss wealth and more contentment; asm \
oompetl_on and more security; few��
(Bstractions.     but     more     simplicity \
tTork  was  easier,   slower,   and  car*
anxiety, apprehension���in a word, wer
ry���did not feed, like the worm I' *b i
hud, upon the hours exempt from to*
We are remorseless in overtaxing Ha*
delicate mechanism of our minds nat'
nerves.   Tbe best walker, for iustanc"
does not propose to himself to go regv.
larly sixty miles a day or to subject
the same set of muscles in any otb��? '���
form of physical  exercise  to  Inter* :
und  unremitting  labor     But  that  U
what we do wltb the immediate :n��n
of our minds- tbe brain machine.    v7��
rnnuot watch Its operations.    We oflet
assume that Its movements are as hg9<
and endless as the ripples of the unl
versa! air.   We know and im verthele*
w. forget that the brain Is n substantia'
upparatus ns Ilabla to depreciation ar
(he fixed pin nt in a workshop.    Now
nothing Is more certain than this���thai
the  potential  capacity   of  the  hums*
firnln has not Increased,  lf at all, li
laythlng lllce the proportion of the Im
���neusoly aggravated demand upon It.
The modern mai. Ls subject to ��#
_uch mental and ni >raj wear etui tear
ru a day as his an asters In mo ver?
���craote generation > xperlenced in ��
week. Yot In respect et sleep we havt
iiairdly changed tradlrleaal habit. Vf.
' fp later und still later hours,    W<
uch our trains ln the morning *��
a��_al. There Is no doubt whatever tho
we burn tVie candle at both ends wits
unprecedented disregard of the laws o��
psychological economy, and that tha
amount of rest we allojw for nerve anfl
brain ls no longer adequate.���London
Telegraph.
BIRD   SUPERSTITIONS.
Queer Beliefs That Ware  Held  by the
Ancient Mariners.
Birds us Inhabitants of the air were
naturally chosen by the ancients as
oracles and augurs of future happenings. The sensitiveness to atmosphai
le changes shown by many birds aide*
bi establishing these notions. Tbe rea
Indications often furnished by sei
birds <rf a coming storm or calm wer
doubtless magnified by tbe anxious, su
perstrtious stiilur.
The trnslom of hanging the sea swal
low so that the bill may point to th*
wind arose from the old time custo-
of suspending the bird by the feet, ex
pectlng lt would renew its feathers a��
If alive.
Divination by the flight of biro's wn��
a favorite method ln the old 'ii time
eullors watched their fllgiit for Im i ������>
tious of prosperous voyages and Ca .or
lug winds. As they were thought ta
fly through the air to heaven, they
easily l>ecnme messengers of the will
of the gods.
The albatross Is believed by Jack tar
to sleep on the winds, lt was nt one
time thought that the petrel hutched
Its eggs under its "'ngs.
The ki" _shi r wi ut one time kept
In chests i ���> keep away moths.
The fishbawk was esteemed a brings
er of good !uck; It bi >d good or evli
as Its cry v, as 'o the rl ht or left
There was an old superstition that
gnlls were never seen bleeding. Shooting stars were then supposed to be tbe
h&it digested food of winter gulls.
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On tha Riviera Un* near Ventlmlglle.
Italy, the train, after ambling gentlj
along, stopped suddenly. An Inpatient
paeseugcr put his head out nnd aske*'
crustily. "Is this Bordlghera?" N'o an
rwor. "Guard, Is this Bordlghera?" b<
shouted again. A voice came from Ui��
fore part of the train, "No, monsieur
It ls not Bordlghera���it ls a -ow.'
When the cow had been removed frew
tho line the trnin ambled on again
Two minutes later li once more care.
te a dead stop. "Another cow, I sup
poi��e?" shouted the testy passengej
wltheringly. "No, monsieur, It Is not.'
aald the guard placidly. "It ls th*
���ame cow."
The Story of Her Death From the Blt��
of an Asp.
It Is admitted that Cleopatra killed
herself to avoid being exhibited at
Home In the triumph of Octavlus, who
had made war upon her nnd Antouy because the latter had divorced his (Octavlus') sister on the queen's account
But did she die from a snake's bite?
It Is better to think not "If her death
had been caused by any serpent, the
small viper would rather have boca
chosen than tha large asp, but the
story Is disproved by her having decked harself la the royal ornaments am!
being fonnd dead without any marks
or suspicion of poison on her ho*- "
Death from a serpent's bite , i not
have been mistaken, and ber vauity
would 'jot havo allov ��� ber to choose
one which would hr��� csfitmred her
In so frightful a man..* -
Other poisons were \ .1 understood
and easy of nccess, aud no boy would
have ventured to carry on asp In a
basket of figs, some of which be even
offered to the guards us he passed, and
even Plutarch show* that the story of
tho asp was doubtful. Nor Is the statue
carried tn Augustus* triumph, which
bad an asp upon lt, any proof of his
belief In It, since the snake was the
emblem of Egyptian royalty. The
statue (or the crown) of Cleopatra
con Id not have beea wlthont one.
thto  was  pMbat4y the origin
WfMaJo   HtOTT.
LIVING  IN   PARIS.
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land District, Dis
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie, ot. N��-;W Westminster, B.
C., occuaption, barrister at law, intends to appl) for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome. Pass at the
Southwest corner of Lot 1478, group
1 Xew Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boun-
dar vol Bald Lot 1478, 40 cliains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit 38,783, ' thence south
along the said westerly boundarv of
said Timber Limit 88,783, 4u cliains
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Tlmbei Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timber Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore ot Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point ol commencement containing one hundred and sixty  (100 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie:
Dated, November 23rd, 1*109.
A   < out I j-   Dmk.
There Is a famous old desk In thi
; British war office in London.    It ls I
Sask to widen  old  hands point with
- emotion.     That  desk  cost  the  natior
i $25,000,0t��.   In it ls a pigeonhole wilt
; a story.   It was Into that plgeonho).
; that the dispatch of King Theodore ol
i Abysnlnla was  thrust���aud  forgotten
After we had  been  io war the doeu
meat was found In fhe desk, and w��
tn learned that tber�� ought to h��v��
beea no war.���London Sketch.
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty daye after
date, I, Barbara Anderson, of New
Westminster, B. C, Intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Barbara Anderson's northwest corner,
6et at northeast corner of District
Lot 20G, thence south one mile,
thence east one-haif mile, Whence
north one-half mile, (hence ��� one-
half mile, thence north one-;., ., mile,
thence west one mile to point of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDERSON,
Per George E. Connor, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
Th��      Stlaair.
"I hear year firm discharged you."
"Yes, bit I wouldn't mind that m
���such If fhey badn't added Insult U
Injury."
"B��-r
"They advertised for a boy to fit
ay place."
*>im Way One Rents an Apartment to
the French Capital.
An apartment should lie seen on a
tunny day before engaging, and lt ls
lot legally secured until paiiers are
1 signed. The lease is on a quarterly
burls. Payments are made In ndvanca
! the 15th of January, April, June and
1 October and occupancy given up to
these dates. But when Intending to
leave the tenant should give his three
nioOths' notice before the first day of
these months. Failure to do this and
neglect of the governmental tribute of
s stamped paper hold blm to a furthet
three months' liability, as many a ruo
ful American can witness. To avoid
this It ls merely needfnl to buy a
stamped sheet of psper for 8 cents of
the tobacconist, legal vender of all
���tamps, write tbe notice thereon and
give it to the landlord personally oi
nnd It to him by registered letter.
The eoncijrge, although be collects the
rent anl baa full charge of the hooso,
ts neither authorized to let tbe apartment nor to receive noti��><>��. In the
paper signed by tennnt and landlord
the former guarantees to return the
apartment In good condition, and lf lt
is freshly papered, painted and waxed
there will donbtless be something to
pay on leaving, but care and economy
In nail boles make the damages slight
--Circle Magazine.
Sheridan fell ln tore with Mies Lt_
iejr and told the story of "The Blvola,'
w-R��� \�� a tree aenoant of his eooat
thi*
A Hele to Mw Root.
Mrs. An D. Comfcirfe. t fcimd
tome widow, fc the ewmer et rtmtal
property to B what tor. I_i W_e��
tiie ratal the propwtj to Pwn
Copka for i torn, of jttn tke foiled to reserve Ah light td e��tm_e��
through ��� Wfemr to tov room r*f-
ttain for hitlf a_4 eon. When
Mrs. Coraetovih retoreed heaw
from a vie* the a_4 bar mm, without perolwioe at* Qnpkm, hem to
paps through the nahns
Ion's room* to raaeh flho
CopUn protwtod md totor	
notice on her not to tftram. Be
then padlocked In door of the attofc-
wnr.
Widow Cornelewb' *��a fi a e*
penter, and be cot a fc_Ser to attMfc
to the attic roof, whew ht opened a
way through which tha *mo*r anl
her ton have been making ftetr extt
and  entrance-���flirwrmi^fri  Jtpgjjti-
Lever Brothrrs, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of Ihcir famous Plantol
toi���t  boup, if you mc::iiou  this paper.
VENUS OF  MIL0.
The
Famous Ancient Statue In tha
Louvre at Paris.
The Venus of Mllo ln the Lonvre,
| Paris, Is supposed by some to be tho
work of Alexandras, one of tbe Asiatic
Oreek sculptors. It ls said thnt tho
base of the statue bearing tlie artist*s
name was destroyed for the purpose of
causing the king of France to believe
that the work was more ancient than
tt really wait was discovered on the Island of
Mllo ln 1820 by a peasant It waa lo
��� niche ln a wan which had beea
buried for years. The Marquis of IU-
vers bought It and gave lt as a protest
to Louts XVin. of Prance. It ls made
from two blocks of marble Joined above
tlte drapery which envelops tho lega.
Aa tt now stands It has two blemishes,
which bare been repaired by modora
trusts, Ihe tip of the nose was tn>
ken when tt was found and also the
Coot which projects beyond the drapery.
In point of fact, it has a great deai
more resemblance to a goddess thai
to a beautiful woman. At one time M
was dressed ln clothes of a modem
���ort, and the effect was anything bnl
pleasing. The figure of the statue It
not at all adapted to modem clothe**
���tew Tacit
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Co
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fLylton Hotel
a peri��d "i v.
are pi epared bj exp white
cooks in the cleanesl and most
sanitary
Kitchen    in    the   City.
leased  tor
years ai  an
acre-      Noi    n ,   thin   ��0f Rl
company,      \  , ��� ,
3   pei -
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Deputy of th,   M '   ';'";V'
N.B.-Unautl,
this  advert!
for.
five  cuts   ;
on the men ���
��� 21-MEAL   TICKLT   $4.50
Grand Trunk
ron i
Excellent Train Service Cetweei
CiS'CajTOr London.
a,
rlamilton, Toronto
% Mont* ca!, Quebec
Portland, Boston
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ARROW PRES��
9   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR -^
"ronrletri        ,     ., .
^  And all the principal pusiness ���, it rsof
��� OiNJARIO   i LTEBEC and  the MAUI
B.li.Coasl.S,aii
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA_X.
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O STtAD   RtGULAllONS.
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Anj available Dominion Lands wan
In the railway  belt in British Colun)
l la, may be hom< stead< d '.��� anj  per-
> son who is tbe soli  Head "i a tamiiy
or auy male over 18 y. i;0 ol age, w
X ihe extent  of  one-quarter  section  u,
4> 100 acres, more or less.
��� Entry must be made personally ai
��� tha  local  land  office  tor  the distric
��� in wbicli the land is Bituate. _ntrj
X by pioxy may, howevi r, b ma le on
^ certain    conditions    by    the   lather,
��� mother, sun. daughter, brothor or bi
X ter of au Intending bomeBteadar.
4 Tbe homesteader Is required t<, per
��� form tlit. conditions connected there-
X with   under   one    ot    tbe    toi lowing
��� plans:
��� (1) At least six months' residence
X Upon   and   cultivation   of   tlie   land   on
��� each  year  for tbree years.
T (2) If the father (or mother, if tn.
X father Is decased), of the homesteadei
��� ri sides upon a rarm tn the vicinity oi
X the Jand entered for, the requirements
O as   to   residence   may   be   satisfied   t>y
��� Bach person residing with the tatnei
X or mother.
2 (2) If the settler has bis permanent
J residence ujioii farming land ownafl
2 by  him  in  tbe  vicinity  of  bis Home
��� stead, the requirements as to resldcncp
J may be satisfied by residence upon
e> tbe said land.
��� Six months' notic,. in writing should
X be given to the commission >r of Do-
4 minion  lands  at   Ottawa  of intention
C.  COAST SERVICE,
Sailings from c. P. R. ^ J
couver. " '*���
^ Victoria    l ,,. lUi
u r��NftDalmo   -'       i ,.��� IVd������
.Monday. '   n>-*i
I    To   Union   an I  Conn i
Tuesdays  and   I ���
To  Alaska  and D B c
p. m. January 8, 15 ai    even-1 J
_,    [im Saturday. '   'l
Assistant tleiieial Pusseimer ami Tic-      T    r, n,{ ".. ...      .
ket Agent, 136 Adams St., Chicago, j 8 ^0 ���^fj ���
��i Fridays, from B. i    i ;l
Westminster B.C.
For furthei   pai I
ED. GOl LET. Ageni
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Asst.  Gen. 1
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Model Sign Worts
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENT*!
PAINT'. 3
Old News Block Sixth StwJ
kNe\v We iti linster,
TheO.  P. Young, f'rop.
��� to ap|ily for patent.
X     Coal.���Coal   mining rip:
bts  may   be
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Engiisli Wa! \.:ii
Gold Watc_es for Ladl i fr d V��J
ap.
Silver Watches,   gents'  open W|
16.00.
Silvi r   Watcln s.        -s' r!"-ri cat|
17.50  up.
Agent    for   Waltham nnd  ti|��|
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   trom   Ceo.  A dams, Grant I
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every bait
hour from 5:60 a. tn. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city  line.
City   Line:   Cars   leave
trim
office on the hour, twentj Dto
utea after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at ,;:-na' a
Sapperton Line: Carl ltf��
at ten minutes after ihe honr.
half pasi and fifty minutes aft��r
the' hour, commencing d ��� ''
a. m.
Sunday service h:.'!i>;r.y*
tween S:30 a. m. and 11. P '"���
tl   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
a******
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers m All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes-Large Stock Plain .'and
Fancy Glass
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing"
and Draining
MMMMMMMMMM��MM��
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
- -    - New We��tnun��^
Telwohone 12. LtURDAY,  FEBRUARY  12,  1910.
il
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
NOTICE
��� trict of New  Westminster.
""notice  that thirty  days  after
;" (jeorge B. Conner, of Matsqui,
intend  to apply  to  Assistant
i-  of  Lands,   New  West-
I. ,-District, for a license to pros-
,������,��� coal  and  petroleum on  and
, tbe following land s:
. enclng at a post  situated at
jniithwest corner of District Lot
fciiip  "   New   Westminster   Dis-
P-nd marked _eorg* B. Conner's
L,..;t corner, thence south along
ectlon  line between  section  32
.,',. ., distance of one mile, thence
Ll tlie western boundary of Dis-
47, group 2, Now Westmins-
_lBtrIct!  a   distance   of  about  45
L  tin nee north along the w^st-
)undary of District Lot 47, group
f,v Westminster District, to Die
,<(    corner    of    said   Lot  47,
j   a  distance    of about    four
g'llicnce east tlong the north-
o'undary of District Lot -17. group
iIip   western   boundary   of   Dis-
i|,,,  ;.-j;    group 2.    New  West-
?r  p strict,  a   distance  of  about
jvalns    thence   north     alonn   the
|, ,    boundary or    said District
rroup  2,  New  Westminster
\{     to 1 he northwe .1  corner of
,alj   Distrlcl Dot    ".r>r,, group 2,
[���������        ���  ter District, a distance
���    ,.    1-2   chains,   tin nee   west
��� ��� corner f>f ihe south-
..... r of Section 33, Township
��� mce of about _<��
'ice north to the
. inner       of District
in    group    -.    a    distance    of
K    19 i-2   chains,     thence    west
them boundary of said
^     i ol   I", group 2, to the point
��� ci ment,   a    distance    of
in chains.
GEOUCE  It. CONNER,
.  ;s. 1910. Locator.
NOTICE.
listrict  of   New   Westminster.
��� notice that  thirty dayp after
��� Bllzabeth Cruickshank,
tsqui,   B.  C,  intend    to    apply
in prospect for com and
ti I       on the following described
nienctne   al   n   poal   marked   L.
, k's    southwest   corner,
I ���     section line between town-
16, about one mile south
i !  section  line intersects;
thi    southern   boundary   of   Dis-
[!...' |f>. group 2, New Westmlns-
lllstrlet     thence  east    one  mile,
north to the southern bonnd-
Distrii t  Lol  64   group 2, N��w
|i Inster District   a    distance of
: i chnlns, thence wesl to the
li ner of Bald District Lo1
|rmi|i 2. a distance of about   11
k north to the southern
I, it   Lot   403,  group
I. out   :'.l .'ii    chains,
southwest corner
strict t.     104   group 2   a  dls-
��� 55 chains, thence north
oomer of IHal Icl
distance of about
- rl li thi nee west to the poc-
i hi twet n townships 1 ; and
\ tance of about 10.46 chains,
l< I i the    point  of cum-
II itance ol at.oui  one
talning 466 acres moths
I I IZABETH      CRTJTCK-
DN'K.   Per   Al< x.   CrulckBhank,
nl
y Jig,  1910.
NOTICE.
'tisic and Drama
LOUIS   JAMES.
"Henry VIII" the latest revival announced by Lo���is James, has been
hailed by many 0f the most conservative critics as one of the best historl
cal dramas that has emanated from
the prolific pen of Shakespeare, and
in the port rait ure of Cardinal ' Wolsey, Mr. .lames has no equal since
death bus robbed the world of bis
only rival.  Sir  Henry  Irving.
It can therefore be safely predicted
that in this season's choice of a ve-
bic.e to disclose the excellent quail-
?P^mm-''\
���1�� I������
BAD CROP YEARS.
fv&_.! Service
*7_eu
_-a��  a_a  AufjuKiii  Do  not
Mate ut t^o Mntlae lurnn.
"'Wbeu   bfcfl-s   and   animals   do   no?
mua at the mutUitf i_et,.��u, it ls s si.^i
that a bad ynar *�� coming."sal_ a fanner.
"Qtuiilk, taphara, rtvW^ts and squirrels   -''
i
Following are the boms or despatch
ud arrival ul uiails at the New \V��st-
ninater post office, tne hour given breach case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before tlie actual despatch,. AM mails,
oil tefuw to ia_u�� in certain unless otherwise stated, are (lesparcn-
years. Thmsu years i_t*arward turn d and received daily except Sunday.
out to be biid oua��. T_a ,ju�����% are The only mails dispatched and re-
particularly vr��at_o>r rrto*. By tMUwt ce'ved Sunday are the G. N. 11. South
tho little wii.i creatraee k_ow tbat for aiul C' p< 1{' ea8t malls' not including
lack of ralii or for soma nthar mm _* wtty, mil,l9l;1 BaPPerton' *'ra8er
there is to be t graa. f.___ sad a'Miilb and c��,>��,tl!��n-
��eod faiiilna, und, \u*jt*ml _��� pairing rat Mails Despatched,
and mating and uttlag Up tuxvakesp-
Ing ln little families of two, thay remain mm_t��d to tha tar* baud* _, u. n. R. Ow
which tbuy hav* flowu aU winter, Mr
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spinster quails, with a good daal at
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8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
3. C. Electric railway.
First C.  P, R. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The   mail   for  Abboisiord  and   dis-
uj   Ml
mlud ttat mo��t of ttta m raiiad cliartt}
of th* praaaat 0$$} waa not
LOUIS   JAMES
As "Cardin.il Wolsey," in Henry VIII.
at the Opera   House February 16.
ties Inherent to this admirable actor.
he has selected one that is sure to
meet  with approbation and success
The record of Mr. .lames as Wolsey need not be referred to, to further endorse llis greal performance, j
Bufflce it to say, the name of Louis ,
James and Cardinal Wolsey will al-
ways be linked as one oi the lasting
evidences of genuine dramatic art.
Aphl James in this revival will .
impersonate Queen Kathrlne, a char-
acter made famous by all the greal |
actresses who have essayed the rol i,
and a role that has made many aces iimoiis by its excellent possibilities  for  Intense  portraiture.
The supporting company and production is said to be in every respect equal to the many other excellent revivals made by Mr. James in
the   past   decade.
enough to aat.   Ikit U taad faiuUlas of tl'ict'  Clayburn and  district,   Hunting-
little onaa U *__ a fa_*>e raar ���oold d��U a,ul llis"'itt' ani1 -Matsqui are des-
bo Imposafljia.                                   ' patched by way of Vancouver.
"In C.iu_ur__ t_a iijrtmjg _ * j,���, 8   a.m.���Blaine    and     Seattle,     ln-
ine year not anly do aat _��,[,; _^, ^ eluding all C. S. points east and soutn;
not evun U��a.   'i_,y baaama durmaut. iintl 11;ills Prairie, fernridge and Haz-
Aa by a __a*,e, *ti,j niaaSn doi_a_t elmere, on  Tuesdays,  Thursdays,  and
unul a n��ue*a uf n\mti.j esnas w_b Saturdays.
tlie next wi_co,J�� ��alaa."���Bto_M^_ All Surrey malls are received from
  Cloverdale, except  Hail,,  Prairie,  lla-
t'��w  u*-w Wdf.ro. zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
Mrs.   QooObaart  h��.d  mauia   u-> ae; llv  Purt Uuil'h"n  n'illil ��a  Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
���trletly 11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
speaking, chart! y ��t an.   Wlv>av_-fave, Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rati-
she bad c.i__ i. ��d. t_j to tot the ialoa.e way.
ui.t   ��i-u.Uk.u   et   aaa-im-'   _a   er   >:-r 12:20
aama Cgura on aaviharvlptiua Jiats, not1, berland
���be did not agiac wttb t&_ ostwt-tlaa
"Uara, my gvod ma*," the said ooc
duy loit wa��k ta a ma_ who bad lx?s-
gvxl aln_ of her, "kura la a tt_��epa_ay
piece, and p.*^..) ta matt
do not gir�� tb a baoau��e X bv>;����� ta be
rewarded far iay aa*��Uy so_e <_y,
but tx-catwa tt rrraa i*a piaaaura to
do so."
The burly b*jgar loacad dabtonaly at
the tiny sll���m- <-��i_
'Xook 'ara^ **wm," he nU4.   "In CiU
't_a wtckad world wa don't orttm gat Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
_a ___oa  ta a��.lay aoraalTaa.    ViTU" Thursday, Friday and' Saturday; Tyn��.
Qot make !t a akiilla' aa' 'ava a rea bead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
Cood t-oaT*���Losulao Ttt-BU*. cord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver ami  Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria   via   Vancouver  at   this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
p.m.���StrawDerry    Hill, 'lim-
aud  South   Westminster,   by
ourier (Tuesday and Fridaj),
l:3u p.m.���East Burnauy, bj courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
a'-jju* taaattt I "' ''^ ^-^^^'P1  Saturday) ���Ladner,  fort
Guichon,   Westham     Island   and   Sun-
bury, daily except Su ulay; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursda5   and t-aturui y, via
"J. C. Bruce."     (Steveston  mail despatched and received  via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    fiper
Sidins;, via (1. N. R. north.
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   N'ieomekl.   and
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S. points east and south, via O. N. H
I* a-a* gfeaMtent Cievetand's Sm
Sarin. I had aever seen his wife, tha
ronnx, the beautiful, Urn good hearted
llu sympathetic, tbe fascinating
lore enough. Just as  I  bad  ttnishad 1 "Flyer.
tfresslng to iro to the White House. 11 6 p.m.���Second C. P. It., east, Fra
found tbat little note, which I hsdleer Mills. This mall takes the fob
long ago forgotten. It was a grav�� lowing local places: Barnet and
flttla note, a Bartons little note. Ubr [Port Moody, P'tt Meadows. Port Ham-
Its   writer,   but   It   made   ma   lau��U   I;'""d,   Port   Han. y.    Mission,    Cnilli-
'wack, Harrison  Hot Springs, Agassi/.,
District of  New   Westminstsr.
���  tl p thai  thirty days after
I. Hamilton   Chalmers   Crulk-
mmerland   B. C, farmer,
1 to t ���.���.''.  for a licens < lo pros-
1 '111(1 petroleum on the
'  ;' ' de crlbed lands:
' '   ' ring  at a  post  marked  II.
hunk's    northeast     corner
on the westerly boundary of
"   17, group 2. Nevv W'est-
Bter District,  about     four  chains
|!' nf the northwest corner of said
17, rump 2. thence wesl  a dis-
"f lr' chains to (be section line
reen  sections 28  and    JO,  town-
1 lfi, (bene . south one mile, thence
i on,,  mile,  thence  north  to  the
Itltcrn boundary of District Lot. 48,
l"r�� 2.   thence   west   to   southwest
[n<r nf Baia District Lot 48, group
l|pttce north to the northwest cor-
"' Bald  District Lot 48, group 2.
1   at to the westerly boundary
iptstrtcl   Lot   47,   group  2.   thence
fth to the point of commencement.
H. C. CRIHKfiHANK.
tnuary 20, 1010.
NOTICE.
[District of New Westminster.
I.ikn notice that thirty days after
1 Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
F ll B, C, Intend to apply for a
Nse to prospect for coal and P��-
r'l'n   on   the   following   described
Kommi ndng at a pc^st marked
T"'" C Crulckshaak's northwest
f'^r. Ret  at the  southwest   corner
nis(;ict i,ot 207. jnoup j, New
[esfmlnat-r District, thtnee south
mile, thence east o;*e-half mile,
pep north one-half mile, thence
l��J one-half mile, thence north one-
rr nil,��- thenco west to the point 0*
pnirnrement,      containing     about
" acres.
l^CE CONNER CRITICKSHANK,
,T Per Q. B. Conner, Agent.
Uiuiuary 20, 1910.
AS  THC   SUN   WENT   DOWN.
The fame of Arthur C. Alston's
"As the Sun Went Down/' the new
play by George 1). Baker, has preceded its coming and it will be
greeted b;   1      1 tence wh< n it
is presented on inuibJay, February
17. at the Opera house.
The reports which have been re-
cleved from where the company It is
so far played this Beason have been
unanimous both in praise of company, play and production. The company, Which is a most excellent one
is iieaded by Estha Williams, who
is well known here for her excellent
work as "Parepa" in "At the Old
Cross Roads." Her BUPporl includes
such well known and well liked 1��'(>-
ple as Edwin Walter, W. A. White-
car, Arthur E. Chatterdon, Phil Connor, Arthur W. Bentley, It- F. Suill-
van, William Sexton. Jenny Dunbar,
Flora Byam, Margaret Millar and
several  others of equal  note.
Tbe play is one of deep heart interest and full of episodes of powerful dramatic strength. It abounds In
scenes of vivid character. In fact,
it Is a play which sustains its interest from beginning to end and Possesses a happy combination of all the
elements to p.ease. The scenes
which tire laid in the great and
boundless west, have given the Lee-
Lash Scenic Studio of New York
City a great opportunity for artistic
work wbicli tbey have taken full advantage of and tbe reports from the
other cities visited by the company
indicate thai It Is a splendid production in every way.
L_ry*B gentle gravities often produced
that affect upon me ���vhere tbe expel*
fcumorteat's best Joka would Uxve fall-
id, for 1 do not ldiVfh enslly.
When wc reached tbe White Dons*
aad I was shaking bmids with the
president Via utartad to aay sometbto*-
*<*l I Interrupt*-) him and said:
"If your excellency will excuse m.
1 will come back ln a moment, bnt now
I have a very Important matter to attend to, and lt _u9t be attended to *t
��_ce."
I   tamed   to   Mrs.   Cleveland,   tha
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
  f   1
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Mails   Receivca.
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"Owl.''
6:2i> a.m.��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday;, via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:09 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria.
via G. N. U.
young, tbe beautiful, tb��> faocimitlng j 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fori
and gave her my carti. on the Jmex of Guichon, Westham Island and t 1 lies
Which I had written "He didn't." and j day. Thursday and Saturday) Wood
I asked her to Igm her name below !ward  viu steamer J. '    ': . '    v.
those irards.
She said:   "He  dldnt?    Ha  didn't
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OLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL���
PETITIVB    DESIGNS.'
and
Bruce
received  via Van-
want
ton despatched
coiner.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton,   Fraser   Mills  and   Coqult-
"Oh,"   I   said,   "never   mind;     We j lam
S���wot stop tw discuss tbat now.  Thki |    1; 00 p.m.���Vancouver
k urgent.   Won't yon please sign yom  and Fraser Arm
Central  Park
���������������������������������������������������������������������������x
X
���
a_mer"   I handed ber a fountain petv
"Why," she said, 1 caauot eammll
mynelf In that way. Wbo Is it that
tlda'tl And wbat Is It tbat he didn't.- '
"Oh," I said, "time ls flying, flyin*
tying I Won't yon take me out ef a$
distress and sign your name to sfi
K. all right I give you my word It's
afl right"
She  looked  uonpluseU,   but baettat |
tagly and machanically she took tt>>
pen aad said;
1 will sign It  I will take tha rttfc '
Bat yon must tell me all about U rlgK
afterward, so that you can be arrested
before you get out of the house Ib com
then   should   be   anything   criminal ;
about this.'*
Than she signed, and 1 handed Oat i
Mrs. Clemens'  note, w%lch wns ��ary :
brief, very simple and to tbe point.  It 1
said. "Don't wear ymr arctics In tb/
WhltS Housa."  It made her about, an*
at my request abe summoned a ni��ft
���anger, and wa sent that card at onoa
to the mail on lta way to Mrs. Clemeja
is Hartford.���Mark Twain's AutoMor
mpbv la Ksrtit Aaartsca He view.
l:!!fl p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier.
2: ">n p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
",:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, m-
luding nli IT. S. points.
0:10 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
lose,] mall from Sumas. and Seattle,
nclndini TJ. S. A. matter, and also
Frase.- Mills.
P OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWER P�� 'E.
12 '" ' "ur('il is deelroiis o<" -ece' -Ing
L"   lv   '''"'   ,,lp   S"PPly   Of   Vl^Wed
Vpr Plpe��.
|BPecincaUons,   approximate   qtinntl-
' ,l'n''  farther Information  enn be
,",!nn'1 from the City Engineer.
Ibl
|li!!,1,..l',",l'.ra   must be "delivered  to
���or s,
mil'
'lplgn��d.    marked  "Tenders
of Feb-
Maud
Powell I
I
; "��;���!' Pipes," by B p. m
lrj 21-1910.   ,  W. A.DHe
NCAN,
citv,, Clty c,ork-
,y Hall, January 27, 1910.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������
Ever wishing to make propaganda
for her instrument, Maud Powell
speaks In an universal language ihe
king of a mighty empire or his humblest black subject In the heart 01
Africa listens with equal encha t-
ment. The skilled ear of the erudite
musician and the untrained ear of
the casual concert-goer are both nem
captive by her wizard bow.
*   ���   *
Listen to Maud Powell's tone, for
has she not one, but many, and always tbe tone that the distinguishing
traits of Ihe particular music hid.
It'was of clear and glinting brilliance
hist night; of sonorous breadth, depth
a��� eloquence; of a delicate grao*
and adroit e.egance; of sunny vlvucl-
,v of light and flowing charm; of
feathery .lghtness; of songful tntens-
Ity.���H. T. Parker, In tho Boston Evening Transcript.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
A CUT"  Hlut.
"Ton are so popular," sighs th��
swaln.   "Tou have so ninny sultorsr
"The Idea!" smiles the fair youn��
thing. "Why, I can count them all oa
the fingers of my left band. See. Tb*
Index linger Is Mr. Smugforth, the see-
end finger Is Mr. Balder, and tbe third
linger-the third finger of my left hand
-the third finger is you."
Next day ho got the ring for It-
Chlcago Post.
Hewn to Illi_
-The beauty of this great tnd gtert
ous republic," snld tbe Americas
proudly, "Is Oint any boy born bctra
may become president."
"Fawncy!" excalmed tbe Brltlsb
tourist. "I was under the lmpresslos
that the president had to bo at least
forty years of age."-Cathollc Standard and Times.
A  Phlloaapher.
A philosopher V�� a man who whe��
he has hard lu��a, due to his own carelessness and Idiocy and other short
coming", can blame ft aU on fa*a��-
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Week Day Schedule.
Cars leavo Vaucouver for New West-
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a.m., and every half hour tbtreaiier
until 11: ot;   p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster mi Van- of tbe designs submitted
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 0:50, 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there- jors
after until  11:00 o.m.
The Board of Managers for the
Royo Columbinn Hospital Invites
archl ects to submit competitive design of a General Hospital, which it
is roposed to erect at Sapperton,
N  w Westminster, it. C.
The  designs  shall   be  BUpei scribed:
,eslgn, Royal Columbian Hospital,
and addressed to W. H. Ke uy, Secretary Hoard of Managers, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster,
11. t\, and will be received up to noon
Wednesday,  16th  February,  1910,
The design placed first by the adjudicator. \vilj_ receive it premium of
j-Hm"; Hie second a premium of $300;
the third a premium of $200.
The   Board of   Managers   is    not
bound to erect tho building from any
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Car�� leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
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Cars leave New Westminster for Van
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hour thereafter until 10:(in p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster,
Groat   Northern Railway.
ur. Seattle 3:35
Conditions    governing    competition
can be obtained by bona fide competl-
upon  application  to the  undersigned. W. H. KEAUY,
Secretary Board of Managers.
New Westminster, B. C, January 7,
1910.
.v. N.W. 8:&0 a.m
.m.
Lv. N. W.  11  B,m.J  ar.  Seattle 3:55
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p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m,
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:65
ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m,
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Tuesday, ��:30 a.m. on Friday, and
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Bt InSfcVO Ua_A ho Y.\\n*\.
Muitratlufii arc Exact &Oj
Every pen K"arantt>ed
full 14 Kt. bcUd Gold���cut
ou nj;lit hand may be hud
in either t.ur standard
black Qpaqutt pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai- j
em, as desired, either in ]
plain or engraved finish, |
as prefcrr.a.
Yon nifty Irv Oils iton n w#,-V, I
If >un iln lint til.kl it r.Hr<Ji>ifit<ii.te<l, j
ft t��ttrr   ftrticla tlmi. you Cftti ��o- ,
I cure for ihhek timir tiiii srkrut I
i-sui In any o'.litr nmkn, if tiotl
slid 1 .ily ������tlsfftctory lit ��viT) te-B
f|<flL-t return it Bud wt will hii<1 I
)ou#l.iU fur It.
Ct-TOif lift la our funcia and 3
Foiuilar Hud Okm Ink Cftiioil, a I
cn��i|ile1e lokll lmu-f trluiil|ih, inny I
lie run I'd iu ��ny position In I
ji.M-kot ot thoiiflnK l'tff, wrl|��| all
any   "inula  ��t Hist tmu h.    1 ��� l _t ���   I
1 until    laj'Flntr)   feed,   IrMImn I
1 pnini, poltthsd rnlnuiuM mi.i <*r 1
j case, toirft cott* finish. Helail I
���vervwlmrn for ������' M*. Attnts I
wanted. Writ* for terms. Wrtla |
lio.v "lest you forget."    Adilii
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Tho name STARKETT is
known to all mechanics,
and STARRETT'S TOOLS
speak for themselves.
V.'e have now a full stock.
See the display in our
window.
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iCity News!
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARy
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W. Webster, the mechanical export, will be in Victoria all of next
week. His ofiice will be closed dur-
tlint time.
W. E. Fales offers you a beautifu.
sideboard for $1'0, or a chiffonier for
$12.   We beat any sale going on.   *���*
| Anderson & Lusby *
Fred Thuiin, of Fund, B. C, is applying at the mining recorder's office I
for permission to purchase an island
containing about 100 acres.   Kinghom
��� | island is the name of the place.
��� ! For first-class cut flowers ana any
kind of Floral work, telephone Uavies'
Greenhouse. R208 **
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VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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A. HARDMAN-
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We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals and shall b- pleased t.
meet or  correspond  u'itu  those who!
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,   PHONE  388.
Elizabeth Carver, of New Westminster, is applying for permission Io
purchase about forty acres of land
along the shore of Howe sound.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
The Trades and Labor Council held
a special meeting in the Labor temple last night to discuss matters affecting the welfare of the union m n
of British Columbia.
For  furniture,   carpets,     linol   it ���
etc.,   try   the   New   Furniture    Store.
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
The steamer Chemainus, from Chemainus, Vancouver island, came into
port yesterday with a boom of logs
for the Eraser River mills. She 's
taking out a boom of cedar logs for
Seattle.
Call at '!' e l,e-ii Cafe for lunch,
dinner or after th atr.   supper,       **
J. M. Gruber, of St. Paul, general
manager of the Great Northern rail-
I way. accompanied by General Super-
; intendent G. .Mayer, passed through
, the city yesterday on their way to
i Sumas.
P.   Burns   &   Co.   received, a
shipment of oysters yesterday.
fresh
***
changes or open-
contemplate making
Ing new accounts.
If you haven';  a  Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
The Royal Bank ef Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve        5.700.000
Total Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
Westminster Modern
Busies School
With a knowledge of the latest
methods this school is prepared to
lead the students placed in Its care
b;. the shortest road through the
ni' si thorough course to a desirable
1 SYSTEM its watchword; PROGRESS its goal and HONOR its trade
mark.
\Y,. give you the latest business
methods and assist you to get a situation when you graduate. Come and
talk it over.
A.   L.   BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
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LIST   YOUR PROPERTY   WITH
The annual Salvation Army children's demonstration will be held in
the citade, on Monday evening, commencing at eight, o'clock. Singing,
recitations and dialogues hy the children will form the major part of the
entertainment.
Today only, a few parlor suites,
odd pieces, centre tables, rockers,
dining room chairs and extension tables at greatly reduced prices.. W.
E.  Fales. Agnes street. ***
Chaw Murphy, a "bad man," who
has been wanted by the police for
the past two years and who was ' r-
,'restted   at   (Steveston   recentfj s
sentenced to a three-year term for
housebreaking in Vancouver yesterday and brought ovvi ; n lodged in
the penitentiary.
The Bowlers' smoke:-. rganized
for the purpose of raising funds t0
send a bowling ream to San Francisco
to take part in the Western Bowling
congress tournament, will take p.ace
on Wednesday evening in the I. O.
O. F. banquet hall.
The entrance to the Olfice of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, is on
Sixth 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 monorlal.     ***
Raniah Sing, charged with blasting
without a permit, was permitted <��
secure one when he appeared in the
police court yesterday and pleaded
ignorance of the taw. Two drunks
were fined $2.50, and another $5 at
the same sitting of the court.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at Tin- Royal Cafe. **
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FOR QUICK  SALES
We have for sale City and Suburban Properties,
Farming Lanps and Water Frontage,
Timber Lands.
Telephone 295
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Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
If you  specify
The Quality  of
essential factor
ed by builders
reason alone it
consider your
and when the
our materials.
lime Is a very
to be consider-
and for that
will pay you to
source of supply,
question of qtial-
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ity comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, he-
cause we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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MAUD POWELL
Arrtjrica's   Foremost   Violin
Will Appear at the Opera
Friday,  February 18.
ist,   Who
House on
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Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
. DRUG SrC-ilE
Ellard Bloc!;, New Westminster
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SURREY
40 acres on Hjorth Road,
$100
Per acre.   Terms arranged.
W. S. ROSE, JiL��s!���_fe!^
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TELEPHONE 655.
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liens
Its on   Sale
SUAY
One of the most exceptional
suit offerings of the season is
featured for Friday and Saturday in the Ready to Wear Section. Fifteen only of the sea-
son's newest most up-to-date
costumes go on sale for the first
time at prices as quoted here. I
Probably only one size in any one
style, so they receive a sharp
reduction to make the clearance
quickly.
Friday and Saturday only
Women's and Misses' Suits for $21.50
REGULAR $29..50.                              ,
Panama  Cloth  Suits, in  green with white stripes, nicely trimmed   with   strappings    and buttn
to match:  fancy pockets.    Regular price $29..50..    On sale Friday   and Saturday $21,
Grey and Black Striped
Chevron Suit $20.00
Plain,  well  talierod  style, full  flared  skirt, coat  lined  with  striped satin.,   .Regular price $27.75.
Sale price  ��U0
Women's Suit for $22.50
REGULAR  $32..50.
A Cloth Suit, in a nice shade  of  ashes   of   roses,   trimmed   with   pipings   of   velvet   to ma!
and velvet   buttons;   coat  lined with satin.    Kegu.ar $32.60..    Friday and Saturday $2i50
Misses' Olive Green Serge Suit $19.50
REGULAR  $23.50.                                     ,
Fine Serge Suit, in novelty three-piece style,  well  trimmed with Black Ottoman Silk, and ' " "
to match.    On  sale Friday and Saturday    $19.50
Women's Cloth Suit $21.50
REGULAR $29..50.                               .                    ...
An  especially attractive  Suit In the popular raisin shade, made with velvet collar and buttons to
match; coat is lined with satin..    Regular value $20.60.    Friday and   Saturday    $21.50
Fine Net Waists
$3.95 each
REGULAR    VALUES    $5.50
TO   $6.75.
The announcement of a
special sale of these popular
Net Waists is sure to cause
a bus., time in the Blouse
Department. They anj ail
new waists. On sa,r> for
Friday and Saturday only.
Shown In white, ecru, navy
and brown; all lined
u throughout with silk, some
are trimmed with silk embroidery and novelty ball
fringe, others with tucki d
net yokes trimmed w-ith
motifs of guipure; sleeves
are ,ong and tucked. Regular values $5.60, $6.00 and
$6.75.    On  sale  today. .$3.95
First Showing of New
Plain and Fancy Silks
Splendid assortment of
popular weaves suitable for
Spring and Summer
('.louses and Trimmings;
colored Pongees and Shantungs.
Natural Pongee^, White,
Pongees, Striped Foulards
and Jap Taffetas, Fancy
Foulards, Spotted Silks,
etc., just opened out.
Butterick's Patterns,
Butterick's Fashions and
Fashion Sheets for March
Now Ready.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 7 TO   10 P.   M.
30 dozen Plain and Fancy
Linen Collars on Sale
Saturday Night 25c each.
No article of Neckwear   is   ever   more    correct   than
Laundered Linen Collars.   This Saturday night sale affords
a most unusual opportunity to provide yourself with a
season's supply. We have Just received twenty >lnz,,n'
plain and fancy embroidered Collars in all sizes, and these
together wth ten doz on from our regular stock, which has
become somewhat broken In ranges of sizes, go on s8,6
for Saturday night, only; sizes range from 12 L-2 to 15 hl.l
heights vary from 1 to 2 inches. Regular values 80o, Soft
���idc and 46c.   On sale at each 25c
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