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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
fsJ**1
lV0LUME 5. NUMBER  16.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
3WHITE. SHILES &
NEW   WESTMINSTE"
xi:\
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,   FRIDAY  MORNING, PEBRUARV
1910.
FIVE CEN
II
��LANS COMPLETED     wvEsroKs �����_      m cup MUSI
fOR yP-TO-DATE DOCK sappehto^pkopehiy good
IjOE MARTIN BREAKS    i STEAMER GOts TO PIECES  6RADSHAW1UCCEEDS
STAY IN CANADA
 ' Movement  Toward   East  End  of  City
T     K'lder    HaS    L8t   Coil-;     Has  Been  Decidedly  Pronounced
tract for Extension to His
Wharf.
During  Past Few Weeks.
!���:
fader Ib planning further ex-
to   hin   wharf,   beyond   the
St. Paul Can Not Challenge
For Mug But May For
World's Championship
Iflisieiui     -**aamaa*^a*************a*WS*m
Westminster bridge, lie stated
,day that the contract for the
ion of the wharf to the prop-
M.,ently acquired by the Vulcan
Works hud already been let, al
I'"'"' une" made public us yet, us
.' are several details to be per
,i   before   he  proceeds   with  thj
Sapperton  seems  lu be  tiie seat of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
the real estate movement these days, i 	
Several   conditions  combine  to  make       u  wll]   ;;|,  a  BUrpriae   to   many   la-
; this district  attractive  to the specu-   crosse  u.i
WITH PRfi> fi ASQUITH
ON TREACHEROUS GOODWINS
'Tugs and Lifeboats Making Efforts to
Fiery Westerner Shocks Old i   Rescue crew of m-Fatea craft
English   Parliamentarians
-Wants Leader to Resign
of  Dover.
Sew
Jesten
Ixteu
irt) "
Iron
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ns to learn  tuat the Minto
j lator at  the present  time, bul  prob-  cup is uot emblematic of the lacrosse
abij   the  most powerful Influence is   championship ot u.e world.    By the
the well founded rumor thai the new   rules governing the competitions for
tram line from Hastings will be con- Ithe mug ho forelbn or British  teams
j struct! d   through   to   Sappertya   to  are allowed  to compute.    This fact
i      ..nn.rnctor does  not  wish   oonn<!Ct  with  tn�� cit>' 'I��u S(JU1<- lime I L''l"-t'   t0   li&hl   wllein   the    Mot.!**
lhe contractoi dots notjisu  fe ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ Qf rf(   p  ^ ^.^ ^ ^ trug_
Another  reason is the activity of   i,s for permission to challenge for
the  Western Canada Box Board com- [the famous piece of silver
I
i __HI|pany'   '"'is comPany has now a force
'"*' neW dock, according* to n^j"1' men engaged In clearing the site
, ., .... for Mr Fader will M*"3 Progress on the construcUon of
blanLof theZS��o-dafe If no! fe buildings will be rushed as soon
���be most up-to-date, in New West- | ;i* <*? weather conditions make It
ilnster
their letter Managing
Loss referred them to
lie governing the Minto
wliich states that the cup
tn   Vat
I
rai
oi1
and will be equalled by few
(ouver.     There   is   provision
ile.
11111 s 1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
JU !     The  new   schOOi  there  is  also  pro-
on  the dock  for two  lines oi   fress|ng rapidly and residential propone  next   the   water   and   the \^ ����� the vicinity of the site Is in
,..  adjoining   Front   street.    The  ����** demand.
;' , w H occupy the spac in ���M,r' Cook, of the firm of Wilson,
fetween making It possible to unload 'f �� Co., yesterday stated that he
, ,   warehouse from either side !hfldfa tremendous number of inqulr
In  reply   ,
Trustee  P,   I
| the  flrsl
j cup gamel
is for competition among Canadian
teams. However, Mr. Ross Informed
the Mohawks that they were at liberty to challenge New Westminster
for the championship of the world,
as the Salmon Bellies' claim to that
distinction is not at present disputed.
Secretary Ryall yesterday received
Dover,   Eng.,  Feb.   24.���Five     tugs
[and three Hi. boats are struggling des-
Iperately today to rescue  the crew of
Feb.    24.���"Mr.    Asquith   iU1  unldentifed steamer, which is be-
 o_. dug broken to pieces on the Goodwin
This   is  the   plain   English   of   Mr. ; Sands.
Joseph  Martin's letter to the Times.       The sea is running high and it ap-
* ,     'pears improbable that  the live-savers
With    almost  brutal    bltmtness    he j wi��� ,)(? a,j)e (Q reaoh those on board
With bad
London
must go.'
It
ip boats or cars and equally con-
.. . ��� ��� in loading.
���]., tracks will conneci with the
Vulcan Iron Works site and will be
f, . ,. nged that the latter firm can
Fj( - , Fader's dock for loading or
r, ing its machinery.
I c,,,,,. Mr. Fader has retired from
osltlon as alderman he has been
ti devote more time to his pri-
terprlses and will devote his
In the next month or two
instruction of the first docks
i-itish  Columhla.
......    <<    LigiucuuuuD    imiiiui'l    Ul    illl|Uil-   l .'     "���* ���> ��� ���
ies from investors who were anxious a letter Iron; the St. Paul Indians re
to secure property in Sapperton. He getting that they could not have a
had expected thai the had weather chance to. carry off the cup, but sug-
wonld have an effecl on the real es- gesting thai a game might be ar-
tat,, business, and so it had had, bo ranged for the championship ol the
far as  property in  other sections of 1 "world
chai ;es the prime ministei
l.u.. iii repudiating his pre-election
pli dge that he would demand the
royal prerogative, aud Mr. Martin forswears allegiance to Mr. Asquith.
old parliamentarians are shocked
at Mr. Martin's precipitancy, as a new
member is generally modest aud retiring, but the younger ministerialists who mean something more than
acclaim  Mr.
the vessel.
The steamer is supposed to have
been driven upon the sands during
the night. A heavy wind has been
blowing and the tugs and lifeboats
are driven back every time they approach the wreck. Un account of the
mist and the high seas wliich are
washing the steamer, her name has
not been learned. |
CHIEF IVlctNrOSH
Head of Police Department
Resigned Yesterday-Detective is Promoted.
CANADA MAKES CONTRACT.
Ills
al
the citj was concerned, bul in Sapperton the inn.rest vas as great for the
pasl dl . s   as   it   had   ever  been
before.
certainly
SIX  COSTLY   MICE.
Valuable   Rodents  Shioped from   London to a Boston Professor.
Boston, Feh. 24.���Huddled up asleep
In a small wooden hox and appearing
not unlike the white mice so common
IIn  this country, six little orange-col-
\ number of ;n!.(.(1 ,,���i,.nis  valued at $1,666.66 each,
made up the Interesting consignment
."hoard the steamer Anglian, which arrived here from London.
The animals are for a college professor In this city, who is to use
them in experiments.
The  $10,000  mice  are  a   species  of
dormouse, or sleeping   mouse,    that
at ong local     tiuyers  is    Keen.     nw hjvfi nMt  nf doors in  the summer and
titity  brought in yet con- rema'n torpid durlns: most of the wln-
'  eleven dog trains with furs j ,���,. sP;,sf,n.    Their high value
il  Jln.OOO.    These consist  of   ^j   hy   their   great   scarcity
���' lynx, fox, ermine and muskrat.  hers.    They are about the
���  in the north are reported ns j build of a squlrn
TRAINS REACH
GIMLI   WITH   FURS
'!;,!!..   Feh.   I   ^^^^^^
trains   have   reached   here
Inglng 'ii large quantities of
! which dealers have purchas-
m the northern Indians.   They
repoi     trs to he exceedingly plentl-
��� an extra fine quality,   The
paid are higher than they have
be ��� n   before    nnd    the    competition
cal    buyers ls    keen.    The
"That
'writes A,
| Mohawks.
The  letter concludes:   "1   hope  you
| heat that Montreal bunch.   We Would
i like to repeat the dose you ; he them
on their return trip, if game.: can be
arranged." I
No reply has yet been sent to the
'challengers for tlie world's champion-
'ship, but the chances of seeing thi m
here   this   year   are   rather   slim   at
present.
the   mere   party   game
Martin as I man of insight aud coui    	
age.    The Radical Star says: 'Dominion Arranges for Service to An-
"Mr.  Martin speaks  with    colonial i tipodes from  Montreal,
directness, and the fact that he 1ms j Ottawa, Feb. 24.���Canada has made
been goaded Into the use of language a contract with the New Zealand
so plain shows how stern aud Im- I steamship company to give a monthly
movable is the determination of the ��� steamship service between Canada,
Liberal members to brook no more Australia and New Zealand. At the
Bhuffling on the part of the cabinet. preBent time business between these
They want to clear the board for an ports ot- the British empire must pass
tnstantmeous lead against the veto through the port of New Vork. The
of the lords and against nothing but [Canadian porta of call will be Montreal in summer   and St. John    and
oun.lf;,     welj." ! tlie  veto, and   unless they  get it the
H. Dafoe, secretary of the   government is doomed.    We did not
fight    for  the    strengthening of  the
We fought for our elementary
Halifax in the winter.
Is cans-
of num-
size  and
Goldwin Smith Sinking.
Toronto. Feh. -24.���Dr. Goldwdn
Smith passed a bad night, but is reported to he resting easier this morning. Two nurses are in constant attendance, and the family physician,
Dr. Grassett, spends every night und
a considerable portion of the day with
the patient. Dr. Irving 11. Cameron,
a noted surgeon, has been called In
consultation.
lords.	
rights, and we are not going to let
our affection for any Liberal minister
load us to surrender what we fought
for and won."
This is the new fierce personal note
that Mr. Martins letter has imported
into the Radical re/olt. What especially irritates the revolters this
morning Is the elaborate arguments
of Col. Seeley, tinder secretary for
the colonies, made at Ikeston yesterday In favor of reform of the lords.
Most of the revolters want the lords
to be weakened, not strengthened, if
not abolished a'together.
,Sir Henry Dalziel has put down an
amendment to the address adopting
Mr, Martin's contention that the government has no mandate to reform
the lords. In fine, the ministry is b��-
im; pushed down the road to ruin.
CABLE COMPANY WILL LAY
SIXTH CABLE IN ATLANTIC
New York, Feb. 24.���George G.
Ward, vice president and general
manager of the Commercial Cable
company, announces that in view of
the public demand for increased cable
facilities and greater speed of trans-
1 mission the Commercial Cable coui-
i pany will proceed tit once to lay an
additional trans-Atlantic cable.
This  v. ill  be the sixth cable
Alter five years' service as chief of
police of the city of New Westminster, J. W. Mcintosh has resigned to
be able to devote his whole attention
to his business interests elsewbeie,
chiefly In the Queiu Charlotte islands, llis position will be taken by
Detective Georgo Bradshaw,
The acceptance of Mr. .dclntosh s
resignation and the appointment of
Mr. Bradshw was the business transacted by a meeting of the police commissioners held yesterday afternoon
in the city hall. The chief's resignation lias been in the bunds of the
mayor since January 81, but no action was taken until the commissioners for the year were named, which
was only a few days ago. At yestei-
day's meeting the couiniisioners unanimously asked the chief to reconsider his resignation but Mr. Mcintosh was determined to leave. Ma\, .'
Lee, T. S. Annandale, Alderman J.
Carter Smith and City Clerk Duncan
all expresred deep regret at losin ;
his services.
It was the opinion of the comnii. -
sioners that if a man on the fore i
was deserving of promotion to the
position of chief, he should get it, and
Detective Bradshaw was considered
by all of them to fill this requirement, lie will have charge of the
force from March 1. So far no one
has been  appointed  to  succeed  him.
For the past live years New Westminster has beer fortunate iu he.ving
for chief of police a man who was
wil bout a superior in the province.
Before taking the present position
Mcintosh was eleven years on the
Mr,
Vancouver police force, part of the
time on patrol work but most of it
as desk sergeant. He has been a resident of British Columbia for twenty-
three years and was the first white
man who ever saw some of the northern rivers which are only now be-
which 'i00"""?,,'0"
Detective
nd deer of nil kinds are very
il
Banquet   Tonight.
The second annual banquet of the
Men's   and    Women's Own   Clubs of
Queen's   Avenue   Methodist   church
will  be held this evening in the Sun- ���
day-school   loom,   where   covers   will j
The  banquet
jock, and will
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ bv   followed   by ini.crcst.iiig   pro-
 I gram, wbicli will Include addresses by
j Mayor   John   A.   Lee   aud   Kev.     Dr.
RllSsiail   Proposal   IS   Differ-  SIpprell.    The   Queen's   Avenue   Sun-
1 I day-school   orchestra   will   be   in   at-
ent Prom   American   Sliar- tendance.   Rev. C. W. Brown will offl-
��   I elate  as  chairman.
gestion���Need Diplomacy
ALTERNATIVE SCHEME
FOR MANCHURIAN ROADl^f. |rs ri.
Will SPEND M11LI0NS
TO IMPROVE PORT
Comprehensive Plan Afloat
to Spend Large Sum at
Victoria's Inner Harbor.
EIGHTS WENT OUT
EOR THE EASI TIME
k iiown.^^^^^^^^
i .     ���       '    . ,  ��� ,,     ,��� in ]    Detractive Bradshaw, the new bead
the   Commercial   Cable   companv   will .        . , ,  .     .
I ,   , ������. ������ , * .  ' ���.|���.,    of the department,  was chief of  po-
own   between   Europe   nnd   America, >,.        .. .,  '   ,.      , '        ,     , .   .      ���;
.i ���iA.. ,    ,v.    ,    ...    Hee ot the city of Ross a id heiorc be
and will greatly accelerate the trans- ^     foui.     d
Atlantic   cable j^vice_ t0  tllkp  thc  poslUon   of  ���lnin-elotheS
INDICTMENTS  READY. .mnJ>- ��r ddtsctlve, ns he Is generally
I   called.    Prior  tn  going  to  Rossland
Rsult of Long Trust  Investigation to I ^  ,W!1S  W1*? j"   the  county  jail  at
d.   i<-r.n..,n   -Trsri^sj Lindsay.   Ontario,   for   several   years.
Be   Known   Toaay. '   .<        . j ,, .        i.       ���
 , ' ,      and ls well posted on all branches of
New   York, Feb.   24.���After  weeks lpoUee and    detectIvo    work.    Sin(V
coming  here   he  has   won   the   confidence  of  his   fellow   workers  and  of
if investigation hy a grand jury In
Hudson county, N. J., indications are
tonight that fifteen indictments will
be  handed  up  before Justice Swayne
R^rrino-  Arpidpnts    "Juice" ln the supreme court at Jersey City
Pairing accidents,    juua;    tomorrow ,lgaiBst the great I):u;kmg
This City Again.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 24.���An alternative for the railroad plans set forth
by L'nited States Secretary Knox In
llis i,r,iit note to the powers may be
expected   from  the   Russian  government soon.
The American memorandum, in ad-
dltlon to proposing the neutralization
of thi Manchurlan railway, announced
thai      syndicate composed of Ameri-
and Englishmen had Becured
from China a concession for the construction of a railroad from Algun, iu
northern Manchuria to Chin Chow.
and that the governments of Great
Britain and the United States pro-
Posed to support tire enterprise diplomat i, ally,
R ��� la rejected the neutralization
Proposals,  but   took   the  second   sttg-
n under further advisement.
Russia   will
Nova  Scotia   House  Meets.
Halifax, Feh. 24.���The Nova Scotia j
legislature    convened  today.    In  the I
speech from the   throne Lieutenant-
Governor Fraser expressed  his plea
Victoria, Feb. :!4.���A company is
being formed to acquire and develop
the south shore of the toner harbor , ^
ot \ lctona, from the chemical works J
on the east to Raymond's wharf on
' the west, lt Is proposed to secure
the whole area fronting ou Belleville
Will   Not  Rp   Shut  Off   In lnu''Psts of the country  maintaining
Will inol Be oiiui, uu in cold Btorage plantB in JerBey Cilv
The plants under Investigation have
|b��en  those operated  by  the  National
^___ Packing company, Nelson-Morris com-
"       "" puny,   Swift   &   Co.,   and   Armour   &
A  costly   experiment   was  brought   Co.
termination   early   this
the   voltage   at   the
the public, mid will undoubtedly make
an efficient successor to Chief -Mcintosh.
sure at  the termination of the Sm! ! ^'freal   Kingston, sV Lawrence and
,.���..i   Erie streets, reclaim the shoal places
cultles between the Dominion Coal
and the Dominion Iron and Steel companies.
Sir Wilfrid Receives Callers.
Ottawa, Feb. 24.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier. who has been suffering from the
effects of B cold, has so far recovered
as to be able to receive callers at his
office today.
WILL   FLY   TO  CANADA
tli.
Texas  Aeronaut  Expects to  Spend a
Week on the Trip North.
San Antonio, Tex.. Feb. 24.���Weath-
  er  conditions  permitting.   Clifford   B.
"*"    ,l,lll'fi     uu..n.    Harmon, an aeronaut, will start from
���������ueeeM   that,   instead of | s���w Antonio on  Friday In the effort
 .n~t���,,������    hnllnon
proposed   Aigtin-Chin   Cbow   rail-I to    break all long-distance    J1"1'00"
^^     'flight records. He expects to   and   n   ^       ^ M
Canada.      In    anticipation    of    cold | 	
*���'"" ��������� be provided
r��ad   there  shall  be constructed an
Other    Hans MongoliiU    line    further
v    tward, striking the trans-Siheriun
railway extension from Pekin to Kal-
Ban,   wliich   will   traverse   Urga   uud    	
Klakhta, avoiding the desert between jt0 iasf a week.
Kalgan  and  Urga by a wide detour '
West of Pnyuan Chen. '
Tills  route  would  be  open  to  the
stimv strategic objections as the Ai-
K'm 1,'oe, since it touches the  Rub-
wan railroad at a point where Russian troops could be easily assembled.
The foreign office professes to be-
'���eve that the line suggested would
hp faT more profitable than the Algun
rr"'"''t. Rlnc�� It would follow the
great caravan route over which all
tond exports to Europe paBS.
Tlie Interested powers will b��
���ounded as a preliminary to the ad-
tancement of the formal proposal.
T>'e Russo-Chlnese relations are
Wher strained as a result of the rail-
fay and (other problems in Maty
ohurla,
to a depth of twenty feet ac low wa
ter, an average depth of twenty-five
feet, and give an additional twenty-
seven or twenty-eight acres to the
commercial development of the port
of Victoria.
The proposition Involves an expenditure of probably five millions, lt is
proposed to remove Laurel point, on
which the British Columbia Soap &
Paint Works Is located. The removal
of this rock, which would cost ln the
neighborhood of $100,000, would provide an additional 200 feet ln the
channel. There would he but one
break ln a straight line of 3.000 feet
of wharf frontage, solid cement dockage, on which, as development reunited, warehouses and electric or
hydraulic   cranes  would  be  built   to
to   a   dismal   ternuaauuu   o��mj    .....��> ,
^^ ���*********i Salt!      ^^^^^^^
l"v"""<"    ~   ���-    ------ |    Prince Rupert. Feb. 24.���Thev were
power house was reduced from 40,000   ,ltprally SCOOp)nR herring out  of the
J-- "���--   harbor on    Saturday.    So    numerous
Wdre the schools, that It was possible
for men in a boat, with no other devise than a six foot stick, edned with
nails, to toss the flsh from the water
Into the boat.
TO    LEARN   TELEPHONING.
GOVERNMENT WINS
ON FIRST DIVISION
Liberals Defeat Chamber-
Iain's Fiscal Amendment
By Majority of 31 Votes
to 20,000, a staff of men, under the
guidance of Superintendent Bowler,
being at work for three hours altering   th��  transformers   to   effect   this
change.
A month ago yesterday the voltage
was doubled. Since then there has
been a succession of troubles at the ,
power   house,   as   a  result   of   which   French Minister of Telegraphs Sends |
the city has been to da, ktiess on sev- j G,r��� to America I commons, when Aus-
eral occasions.     Transformers have      PaI.iSi   Feb.   24,-Paris   fondly, al- chamberlain's fiscal amendment
been blowing out at intermittent pe-   ���10st prayerfully, hopes that the del- .elected bv a
,-iods.   One burst last Friday, another Lgatlon  of telephone  girls who  are:*'1*   ,,Jl,uu uy
blew   out   on   Wednesday   afternoon, | about  t0 g0 to N(.w  York will  learn
London, Feb. 24.���The flrst trial of
stnugth in the new parliament occurred tonight at a crowded session
A Record Snowfall.
Utlca,   N.   Y.,   Feb.   21.���From  the
^  records In the geological department
weather Mr. Harmon will he provineu , ���       ��� *
with   heavy  clothing    and   furs.    He Sold Liquor to Longboat. i of  Hamilton   college  it  Is  computed
will also carry food and water enough '   ^esoronto, Ont., Feb. 24.���For sell- | that the fall of snow here thus far
��� -     ~  t   Ing liquor to Tom Longboat, the run-!tl,is  season  has    been    ninety-three
vote of    2S5    to
Willi        M ������.        ���   ..
but the climax came yesterday, when
no less than four of these went to the
bad.
It was  then   that  Mr.   Bowler  decided the time was ripe for a change.
His aide, George J-
to Tom Longboat, me i"��-   tins  geaouu   ..��=          -      -     .    i
Stewart, proprietor of the   lncheB.    This is a record for central
to last a week, ms aiue, ��.��'8��- ��� . npr T a. Stewart, propueioi ui >��������� jneneo. .
Harrison, will arrive from Los An-jQllpen'8 hotel here, was today fined NeW York
geles today. $50
how to run a telephone,
M. Millerand, minister of posts and
telegraphs, Is telling the young women that they may study the New
York telephone system and watch
thy "hello girls" In action at the telephones there.
Here the operators are government
employees and so are Inclined to be
Indifferent to mere civilians. Thq
Paris "hello girls" work on the principle that "time was made for slaves."
They never hurry. A man sometimes
loses his temper after waiting thirty
or forty minutes to get the person
he calls up.
J64.
Revival of AnH-Asiatic Movement in San Francisco
Creates Consternation In Land of the Rising bun
Bar Slates and Sponges.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 24.���Slates and
JPonges have been eliminated from
"'�� schools of McKeesport, by order
"r health officers, because of preva-
"'" of scarlet fever. Officials
maintain that they are germ breeders
"!!'] are, in a great, measure respon-
��ole rnr many caseB of disease in
the city, )
T'^X^^^\<^^S'^^Z^^^^B
_�� ,":<����� .rm ;.how��� m *-*�� p... ***** j-*-*- -*-ys-i
anti-Japanese movement at San Fran- L Tokfo quotlng, hlm m the au- "^ fts havJng been recelved in
Cisco.     Today   all   the   local   papers correspond- j Toklo are believed to have been In
jured  the  S^rf^ri Sft the effect that war ^��   J^c-MrSSSS flrSS^-SS
*ht"i 'S ET.Sported ii nave the united states and Japan,ju\gHJJ*^^SR tbelr membtrt
arL %..TbSr between the United ,1kel t0 break out at any moment. I work ,n hougeg where Oriental lar
ll.��U;r^tob^    ta the presence, of Secret^   of ,    d,       ^
iS^JSftir aSd for- ^"SrSiK era, �� \ joJK . Lg -- a^oposaMo
eigners WK*; reDUdlate the denled emphatically that he had ever      > he,    l8 empi0yed. and the
SS?l��^ Jajan is Sing con- Xwnere made any such declaration.  ^  ^  deBlgne(1. to extend the
suggestion ��""���"�� ������^  hokLm that   _.  ����� i�����ti
San Francisco, Feb. 24.���Complying
with the recommendation of the labor
council, the Walters' union adopted
today a resolution preventing its
members from wearing the button ln
restaurants where Japanese waiters
are employed.
Secretary Beck, of the Walters'
union, today said that if the council
would finance a general boycott
against the restaurants and cafes employing Orientals the union would call
out Its five himdred men now
employed in such places. i
The Anti-Asiatic league ls endeav
Speeches were made by A. J. Balfour leader of the opposition; Chan-
Icellor Lloyd-George, Walter Kunei-
man, president of the board of education, A. Bona? Law and others, none
of whom, however, have any new aspect to tho fiscal controversy. I
Although victorious only by the
narrow majority of 31, the government, may regard tho result as satisfactory inasmuch as there was no
cross-voting and no evidence of any
intention on the part of the discontented groups to overthrow the ministry.
All the Nationalists, the O'Brlen-
ltes, as well as the Redmondltes, abstained from voting. The lords voted
with the government, and three Liberals���Hllacree Belloc, H W. Bottom-
ley and J. C. Wedgwood���abstained.
The premier havlnr given notice
that he would move on Monday that
government business would take precedence over all other business until
March 24, the house adjourned.
This will depend upon the production of a plan satisfactory to the
Nationalists and the radicals for dealing ln a drastic manner with the
house of lords.
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B���pgestlon that Japan is seektog con anywheremadeany.                  he jcttoi was J�� f       (0 embrace al, teB wlll not be ernployed by the Pan-
tro1 ��f tXW 2ffltte?lSnB wel- T,lpre wa< n�� 3US                                Ses employing Orientals.                  ama-Paclflc exposition directors.
American   compewuu.. added.
��� corned.
8IFTON MAY NOT
RUN IN BRANDON AGAIN
Brandon, Feb. 24.���There Is a current and  well  founded report here
that Hon. Mr. Stfton has disposed of
hts interest, a controlling one, In one
of the leading newspapers In this riding.    Liberals say  this  means that
Mr. Slfton has decided that he will
(not again   contest   Brandon.   After
I this parliament he will not again
(resent a western riding.
ll
i
8 PAGE TWO.
THE DAILV NEWS.
^R'DAY, FEBRUARY ���
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL   OR   WOMAN   TO
assist In general   housework.    Ap-
piy 318 First street.	
C. P. H. SEEKS COlSiTHOL
OF QUEEN CHARLOTTE COAL
WANTED ��� GIRL TO WORK IN
laundry. Apply New Method Laundry.
WANTED���A GliiL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 239
Fourth street, and Third avenue.
Capture   of   Nanaimo   Deposits   By   C.
N.   R.   Makes   Rivals   Go   Further
Afield for Fuel Supply.
WANTED���A SINGLE MAN FOR
for teamster and general ranch
work. Apply A. T. Ceperley, corner Pole line and Hastings road,
Durnaby lake.
WILL    PAY    A   FAIR   PRICE    FOR
shingle bolts.    See us at mill ofiice
or at Room 9,  Bank of Commerce
���building.    Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY REFINED LADY. A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, at
moderate   terms.     Address   P.   A.,
WANTED���SITUATION. BV GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages (26 and up. Nukin;. Japanese   Mission   of     Sappertm,   B.   C.
Phone -'il.
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SIX-ROOMED   FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE O.l SIX-
loouied house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
FOR   SALE.
soda water fountain (1909 model)
;.ed showcase, ail in first-class condition. Apply J. P. Cash, Royal
^afe.
There is a movement afoot to acquire the Queen Charlotte Island
coal fields, and it is generally believed tbat the C. P. R. is behind it.
For a long time it has been well
known that there are very extensive
coal beds beneath practically the
whole of Graham Island. The seams
are thick u.id it is thought are not
as badly broken as they are on some
parts of Vancouver Island. The only
thing that has delayed the development of the coal beds has been the
fact that up to Quite recently the market for coal has been fully supplied
from the Yancouve" Island mines,
says the Victoria Times.
Today the situation is changed.
MacKenzie and Mann moving to acquire the Dunsmuir mines, from
which the C. P. R. as present draw
their supply, that corporation is intensely interested in securing a supply fnr themselves which they will
he able to control for their own advantage. They do not look with favor on the Nanaimo mines, and the
Pacific Coast mines are not yet fully
di reloped. The C. P. R., it is believed, have turned their attention
to the Queen Charlottes. Whether
the deal for these coal rights will go
throneh it is impossible to say.
, trict. and marked George B. Conner's
northwest corner, thence south along
the section ling between section 32
and 33, a distance of one mile, thence
east to the western boundary of District Lot 47, group 2. New Westminster District, a distance of about 45
chains, thence north along the western boundary of District Lot 47, group
2, New Westminster District, to the
northwest corner of said Lot 47.
group 2. a distance of about four
chains, thence east Klong the northern boundary of District Lot 17. group
2. tn *he western boundary of District Lot 356, eroup 2. New Westminster District, a distance of about
15 chains, thence north along the
westerly boundary of said District
Lot 356, group 2. New Westminster
District, to the northwest corner of
the said District Lot 356, group 2,
New Westminster District, a distance
, of about 56 1-2 chains, thence west
to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of Section 33, Township
lfi. a distance of about 20
chains. thence north to the
southeast       corner       of District
Lot 49. group 2, a distance of
about 19 1-2 chains, thence west
nlong the southern houndary of said
District Lot 49. group 2, to the point
nf commencement, a distance of
about 40 cliains.
GEORGE B.  CONNER.
January 2*. 1910. Locator.
of in a daiiy n wspaper published in
��� the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New Westminster, B. C. February 2, 1910.
NEW ADVERMNIS
LOT���Must sell to get cash, good lot
in central location. Write I860,
this paper.
$2000���Have (2000 which wish to invest in real estate property in city
near cut-off. Deal onlv with owner.
J. F.  1910. Daily News.
JOSEPH   TRAVERS
Real   Estate  and   Farm   Properties, 76
Columbia St.    Phone 304.
HOUSE���Seven-room   modern
house
��� :i   en-   line;   lot   all   cleared.
Price
$2400,  S700 i ash and  $20 per
month.
HOT SE���F ve-i oom   house,   l"t
50  by
l"i";   all  cleared,  ami  close  in.
114   i,   one-third   i ash,     balan
��� i ���  1 Ike
���  il
HOI sl '���    Si . in-] 10m   ii. ��� .''rn
iouai
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Eighth and Ninth  streets.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR F1R-
nisbed rooms. Apply 917 Fifth
avenue, near Tenth street.
ROOMS   TO   LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh street near B. C. E. R.
car sheds, in suite or single, separate entrance: electric light, etc.
Apply White, Shiles _ Co., 746 Co-
1 umbia street	
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE OF-
fice, on corner, two windows, desk.
. tc. Price- $20 per month in ad-
vance.   Apply P. O. Box 338, city.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD   .VATCH,   AMERICAN
Waltham,     between      McKen:
drug  store and   postofflce   corner.
Suitably reward mi returning same
to  Dally  News  ollice.	
FOUND.
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen's avenui and Fourth street.
Owner can have same by calling at
(he po.ice station.
All   boats  having  full  masts  must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
TENDERS.
NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date. I. Hamilton Chaimers Cruik-
sliank, of Summerland, B. C, farmer,
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencine at a post marked H.
C. Crnlkshank's northeast corner
post, set on the westerly houndary of
District Lot 47, group 2, New Westminster District, about four chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2, thence west a distance of 45 chains to the section line
hetween sections 28 and 29, township 16, thence south one mile, thence
east onp mile, thence north to the
southern boundary nf District Lot 4'.
group 2. thence west to southwest
corner of said District Lot 48, group
2. thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2.
thence east to the westerly boundary
of Dlftrlct Lot 47, group 2, thence
north to the point of commencement.
H. C. CRTHKSHANK.
January 29, 1910.
NOTICE.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
18th Fehruary, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's mails, on propose I contracts for four years, 14 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westminster Post ofiice and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Railway Station, from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to the condition ^ of
proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster. Sapperton and Queen-.
borough, an'! ��� f the office of the Post
Office  Inspect. -.
Po?t Office Inspector's Office. Vancouver. B. ('., 7th January, 1910.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take   notice   that   John   Ferdinand
Baggs,  of   Nelson   Island,  occupation
farmer, intends to apply for i"
.-.'nn   to   purchase   tn.-   following   d ���
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south, ast corner of Timber Lot
37341, lih. .i: oi . mi! - northeast ot'
head of Billings Bay, thence north
4u chains to or near small 1 ike.th nc
10 chains, ti" ac - u| i 10
chains, thence wost 40 chain- to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated  at  Nelson  Island,  B.  C, December  29,  1909.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
'Pitt River Lumber Company. Limited." having applied to Hi, Excellency, the Governor General in Coun
ell, for the approval or" a certain situ
for the construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the Pitt
River, In the District nf New Westminster, Province nf British Columbia, having deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a
description of the site thereof, and
have also deposited a duplicate of
each in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the said District of New
Westminster, ln which District said
works are proposed to he constructed,
ln accordance with the requirements
of Seclon 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Cana.ia. 1906.
Dated the 11th day of Jannirv, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
on   Fifth   avenui".   with   stable,     Price
;   100 'ei easy ;  i ms.
HOI SES -Tb o     -   . en-roi m     !.
half a  block  from car.    Pri ���   (2600
: or  the   two;   i a ->   ti rm ;.    Thi-  i- a
-imp.
LOTS���Two
full-!      ���
,i.   ,..,  .   rnei
Pri ���    (1275,
one-l '��� ��� i
1    balance
-.x !uid  rwel
ive mi mtli
District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai thirty days after
date I. Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
nf Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply
for a license to prospect for com nnd
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked L.
E. Cruickshank's southwest corner,
6*>t on the section lin" between townships 1?. and lfi, about one mile south
of where said section line intersects
with the southern houndary of District Lot 4fi, group 2, New Westminster District, thence east ono mile,
ary of District Lot 04. group 2. Niw
Westminster District, a. distance of
about ?.!) chains, thence west to tbe
southwest corner of said District Lot
64, group 2, a distance of about 14
chains, thence north to the southern
boundary of District Lot 403, group
2, a distance nf about 31.50 chains,
thence west, to the southwest corner
of District Lot 404, group 2, a distance of nbout 65 chains, thence north
to the southeast cornnr of District
Lot 4fi, group 2, a distance of ahout
19.50 chains, thence west to the section line between townships 1:1 and
16, a distance of about 10.45 chains,
tlience south (o the point of commencement, a distance of about one
mile, and containing 405 acres more
or less
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,   Per   Alex.   Cruickshank,
Agent,
January *8, 1910.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional.  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminster    Mining   Division    ot
New   Westminster   District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   we,   Pitt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Ene   Miner's  Certificate  No.  B30434,
Intend 60 days from the date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvement for the
' purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section .17 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
I Dated this 14th day of December
I A. D. 1909.
I'ITT  LAKE  BRICK   AND   CEMENI
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER   Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate Nn. B304:!5.
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, Issu d in
the name of J. A. I.. McAlpin i, lias
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here<jf
in a daily newspaper published in th'1
City nf New Westminster, issue a du-
te of the said certificate, unles-
in ihe meantime valid objection he
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Tiths.
Land  Registry Office,  New  Westminster. B. c. January 27. 1910.
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell. late of tlte City of
New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, deceased:
Notice is hereby given thnt all persons having any claims or demands
against the late Frederick Thru-sell.
who died on or about the 30th day
of November, 1909, at tho City of
.Vow Westminster, l.n tbe Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned solicitors
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix of the last will of the said
Frederick Thrussell, their names and
addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and statements of
their accounts, verified by statutory
declaration, and the nature of the
securities (if any) beld by them.
And take notice that, after the 28th
day of February. 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distrihute the assets of the said deceased among thc persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then h a
had notice, and that the said Harriett
Ann Thrussell will not. he liable for
the said assets or any part thereof
Dated this fifteenth (15th) day of
January,  1910.
WADE. WHEALLER _ McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Ahove-Nained Harriett Ann Thrussell.
to  any  person   of  whose  claim    she
shall  not  then  have received  notice.
���WILSON, COOK ��t CO-
WATER FRONTAGE.
20 chains of waterfrontage,
main channel of Fraser.
Price $10 per waterfront foot.
Terms over three years. A
little cash will handle this
if taken at once.
1112 feet of waterfrontage, containing only 11 1-2 toils, all
cleared, a house with all modern Improvements. Price
?U0 per 11or,t mot. including
all Improvements. This property   is h,  Westminster.
20 chains of waterfrontage.
Block contains 64 acres, al-
_ ist cleared, and all fenci d.
Has a house and is tmpi"'. i d.
Owner Mill take |150 pei-
acre. only requires a small
cash payment
���WILSON, COOK _ CO.���
FOR   SALE���Full   sized   lot   on  Flftl
Btreet, cleared, $G50.
FOR    SALE���Two    lots    on    Twelfth
Btreet,   near   Fourth   avenue,   $900
each.
FOR SALE���Near Sapperton, three
large bus. $90 will handle either
lot.
SNAP���Three large lots on Hastings
road, all practically cleared, tram
line on either side. $:!75 will handle all these lots.
FOR SALE���Hlock of 154 feet nn
Sixth street car line by 130 feet, a
corner.    $475 will  handle  this.
FOR Sf -E���Two large lots In Sapperton. good location. $100 will
handh   these.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Barbara Anderson of New
Westminster, R. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to nroRpect for coal
and petroleum under the following
descrlhed lands:
I    Commencing  at    a    post    marked
i Barbara   Anderson's northwest enrner,
set   nt   northeast corner  of  District
Lot   206,    thence    south    one   mile,
I thence   east  one-haif    mile,    thence
. north one-half mile, thence east one-
! half mile, thence north one-half mile,
I thence   west   one   mile   to   point   of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDERSON,
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
, NOTICE.
District  of  New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I. George B. Conner, of Matsnul,
; B.  C.,  Intend   to  apply  to Assistant
j Commissioner  of  Lands,  New  Westminster District, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and
under the following land s:
OomnK-nclng nt n post situated at
the southwest corner of District Lot
49, group 2, New Westminster Dls-
FOR SU:-Four double lots, corners. Sa tperton. $125 will handle
either of these corners.
FOR SALE���Full sized lot on Seventh avenue, $350 cash. Must be
taken nt once. (
FOR SALE���Nice little cottage and
good bam. near tram line. $460
wdll handle this If taken at once.
NOTICE.
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
Matsipil, B. 0., Intend to apply for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at. a post marked
Grace C. Crulcksha.ik's northwest
corner, set at the southwest corner
of District Lot 207, j"T��iip t, N��w
Westminster District, thrt.ee south
one mile, thence east o?e-half mile,
thence north one-half mile; thence
east one-half mile, thence north one-
half mile, thence west to the point of
commencement, containing about
480 acres.
GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per O. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
L*ND  REGI8TRY  ACT.
Re Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of  Lot 43,
Suburban  Block* 6   New Westminster blty.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 439BE, issued in
the name of Annie Brown, has been
filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the. date of the first publication here-
FOR SALE���Good hnuse on Tenth
avenue nnd tram line. $375 will
handle this.
FOR SALE���Large house of nine
rooms, with nine lots, in Sapperton.
Owner will  take your own terms.
FOR SALE���Fine home on Fourth
avenue, eight rooms, fully modern,
lot 80 by 146. $950 will handle
this. i
FOR SALE���Nine acres at the junction of North and Clark roads. $375
an  acre.
FOR SALE���Eight acres In Burnaby,
ion Hastings road, close to New
Westminster. $950 tin acre. Terms
to suit you.
FOR SALE���17_ acres, with a good
I   house,   on   tram   Hive,   four   acres
cleared. i
FOR SALE���Three acres on a corner,
fine garden land on Lulu Island,
only $350 per acre.
We have a buyer for one to three
lots between Queen's park and Eighth
street and Fourth and Sixth avenues
���Must be market price and good
terms.
Have a buyer for two lots near
Sixth street car line, Burnaby. Must
be market price and easy terms.
WILSON,  COOK   _  CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building. New
Westminster,   B.  C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
LOTS    Tv. .   lots   all   cli   re i   and   In
fruit   and  small   hou Sapperton. I
I'r . ���   $1200,   $500   cash,   b dance  six, '
I twi Ive and eighte* n months
We    also  have a   number  of  vacant
lots In the Wesl  End on easy terms.
It  will  be to  yonr advantage to Bee
U8 before  buying  elsewhere.
JOSEPH  TI..W ERS
7 I"   Columbia   St   Opp.    Tram   Office
WILSON, COOK  _ CO.
Northern   Crown   Bank   Building   Ne\
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phcnc   613.
Open Evenings.
ft>|
O
O
LAST  WEEK  OF  OUR
GREAT FEBRUARY
FURNITU
0_H_JL_._1
H
UNDREDS of people from New Westminster
and district have availed themselves of th
opportunity afforded them of getting house furnish6
ings at greatly reduced prices during our sale It
would astonish you to see the quantity of goods
bought during our sale being stored ford
March and April. It is difficult to put on paperall
the bargains offered, but it is sufficient to say that
our sale lasts till the end of the month. Below
are a few of our attractions.
Feather Pillows
Guaranteed all pure feather, covered in neat art
tick, worth $3.00.    Special, per pair, $1.75
Babies' Cribs
Both sides let down, all steel frame spring, brass
vases, mattress to fit.   Outfit complete, $8.75
Couches
Upholstered in red or green tapestry, 28 inches
wide, 6 feet long, fitted with good strong ' rings.
Four only, each $3.75
Bed Lounges
Upholstered in tapestry, back let down and head
folds over, making a bed four by six feet. It's a
lounge by day and a bed by night. Very i ial.
price, $9.75
Parlor   Rugs
We are not going to mention any price here, it's
too good a thing to give away, but we wish to put
a flea in your ear. Come and see a manufacturer's
stock at manufacturer's prices. 37 sold this month
so far. Don't wait until the sale is over, we can
put your selection aside with the rest.
Read Below
Heavy Linoleum, per square yard, 40c
Dresser and Stand, the pair, $10.50
Window shades, complete, each, 25c
Inlaid Linoleum (Nairn's Scotch), sq. yd., 85c
Dining Room Chairs, worth $1.50, each $100
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleaner.
We clean carpets on your floor for
5c per yard
but you must reserve a date.   There are only a
few open days left in April.
For Furniture and Carpets in Future See
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C.
0. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREK.
CONVERT CRUISERS
INTO BATTLESHIPS
Germany Now Has Fifty-
eight First Class Ships of
War Uiider  Construction
p   fell,  ill��� Colonel   _aedk<.
;   v ii Germam naval and mlll-
.. mrlty made some striking ad-
tlj;.'. this morning.   He says that
[IU |agi naval law fixed tlie number
an battleships at thirty-eight,
but that actually the German admiral-
jv' , engaged in building a fleet of
ji'i,, . ight battleships because the
armored cruisers, which were
��� iii ended for strong scout-
l0g essi Is and expeditions against
Ininb and weak states, are being con-
,vine,I as first c!ass battleships with
fl,,. same  heavy  artillery  ami  vastly
j,,,        s| d.    The cost    of    these
�� will probably be heavier than
fi,      ��� of battleships.
i; ik< Bajs that the time Is grad-
m, : pproacblng when the German
Ji,,; will i" . uperior to all the 'bets
l| world  witli  the single excep
tion of the British. I
"Between   is<is  and   1903  the  Ger-
al expenditure on new ships
1,096,000    pounds,"    he    says.
hi. i.i   the succeeding six years we
Ipei     9,096,000 pounds on new ships,
{r       '!'   more than either France or
he l'nited States.
"Until  1914    at   least    German dis- '
ents for new vessels and  ar-
ban ' nts will be still  more strongly
ed,     In   1911,   for     example,
lhe program  calls  for some  130,000
f tnds.    In the last twelve years
Ret ny has spent on new Bhlps
Clone B3.200.000 pounds, and between
fcnw and  1914 wl'l spend another .r>7.-
The Finest Flavoured Tea
"SALADA" is hill-grown tea-grown on plantationshigh up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon.
J he leaf is small and tender with a rich, full fla\
ivour.
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_.. blaf-k  Mired and Katu���i Green. 40c. fj   . I   .  ami 70c j   c lb. 	
Music and Drama
( I arles  B.  Hanford  c es  to the
Wi stmtnster Opera house on Thursday, March 3, and the plaj will be
"The American Lord" which is the
combined work of Georgi 11. Hroad-
hurst and Charles T. Dazey, two men
whose Individual efforts as playwrights have been productive of such
i'""1 results tb it one is inclined to
expect something out of the ordinary
from tin in In collaboration, The play
is In four arts, opens in North Dakota, then takes its characters and
Btorj to England. The Idea of dumping a "wild una wooley" westerner in
England after compelling him to take
a title thai is his by Inheritance, is
noi without its humorous possibilities
and the authors are sal I to have
made the most ef it. Mr. Hanford as
��� Breuster and  Miss   Marie Drof-
nah as Mrs Wi stbrooke hav< ! need in modern comedy roles to an
nl  that    must  be   gratifying    to
their mair' admirers who have wit-
1 '  l      inimltabh     performances
thej ha-    given of the classics.   The
production is both elaborate and com-
pb i      " .," cat ���  one of excellence
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Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS S~REFT. VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCATION  OF  PLANT:   SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
ORGANIZED  TO   MANUFACTURE
|  Hags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
I Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Dead-
I erring Felts, Sheathing,  Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
jj     Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
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In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application,  16 per cent  in  thirty days, balance  at  the  rate  of  18i per cent
per month until fully paid.    Stock fully paid and nonassessable.    No personal liability to shareholder.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediately upon the sale of the flrst Issue of 100.000 shares at one dollar per OuettM, second
issue, comprising 100,000 shares, will be offered for subscription at $110 per sham   In ordering; the
Stock each  subscriber  will  Kindly  state  If In  the even,   the first  Issue   Is   pVerBUbSCrlbed   Upon   receipt
Of the application by the Company,  he  wishes  the application returned or allowed on the second issue
InofleriJgX Preference shares of this Company for subscription tfe d o so'With*'���f**2J1 g
will prove one of the besl Industrial stocks eve offer,,! in Western < ^j'f;XSl
become a splendid dividend-payer, but  Inside of eighteen  months it will bo selling at n big premium,
The first Issue of 100,000 shares Is offered in blocks of 100 shares at |1.00 per share   and the second issue,     no mo shares nt $1.10 per share.   The Preference Jtcck is en Uttad to a fix ed Cu J
preferential  dividend of 8 Per Sent per annum, payable heroic any ��  vldend  Is paU ^^^JggJJ
Bhares      \ftei- tha Daymen!  of the above dividend nn amount equal   lo   15  pel   cent   or  tne ran g
the company, and 10 per eent of the balance of the profits shall be anted forward u     ��i   ^
serve fund exclusively as a  special security Tor the payment of pr efcto, I  .llv      nflBO        �� g
ence shares; when in any year the Company is unable to pay the} regular Vretew���^���g\;\J
per cent  said dividend shall  he paid ou.  of the special reset   on  d        o     ed, however. n
malnder of the entire special reserve fund shall be distributed e\ ey   fUo   years   pro
Preference stockholders of the Company.
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'lie profit shall be paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE   rHE  PLANT WILL  HAVE  A WEEKLY   CAPACITY     O      J20.0M,   LB8.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING     AND     DEADEN in
SHEATHING,   PAPER   BOXES, gTC. uAViwr OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
WE   ARE   REASONABLY CONFIDENT'OF HAVING OUR M,LL ^OPERAT^u WESTM1N.
THE   PROPERTY   SECURED BY THE COMPANY  AT 8APPERTUN   &l 8ITUATED,    BOTH
STER,  HAS A  RAILROAD  FRONTAGE OF 1.140 FEET   AND IS SPLENDIDLY
FOR  CITY TRADE  AND  DOCKS  FOR   FOREIGN   SHIPMENTS.
DIRECTORS.
GREELY KOI Tq  Fiscal Agent British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLB   iSSdttt Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
B. R.  CHANDLER   Lumber and Timber, Vancouvpr, B. O. , ��� -.,
ED. F.  ALLEN.  Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co.,  Ltd.
ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT TO
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
746 Columbia Street. Phone 655.
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All the indications show that there will be greater
developments in the next few months than in any
similar period of the Royal City's history. More
people, more railroads, more capital from all corners
of the world are being attracted by our great re-
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sources.
The man who invests his money in any of the
following will participate in this great bounty of
prosperity, for real estate is absolutely essential to
every coming improvement whether domestic or
commercial.
��� ifth Street Lot, $600
This fine lot is between Sixth and Seventh avenues, a superb location close to car line. This is such a buy ns requires bul one advertisement, because it  is big value. ONE-THIRD   CASH.
Double Corner, $1,350
Here's a corner partly cleared at Seventh avenue nnd Fifth street,
one hlock from car lime. Twelve months is going to double the value of
this property���it simply can't miss it We don't put anything in the paper
except what we know is good value, and will he recognized as such. You
can handle lt with ONE-THIRD   CASH.
Corner on Ninth, $1,000
This lot is at Ninth and Cornwall, and embraces a charming view of
the river. This ls a homeslte you wil 1 buy if you are in the market for
such,  aiad  besides offers certain  profit as an investment.
ONETHIRD  CASH.
Tenth Avenue Lot, $350
Being one block west of Twelfth street car Une. This lot is bound
to make money for the man who Is fortunate enough to own it this year.
It can be very easily cleared. ONE THIRD CASH.
Dublin Street Lot, $450
The stumps  have all  lrt>en bkwn off this and the logs cut, making
the remaining clearing very simple.   Values half block away up to $fi00.
Two blocks from carline.     In a very few days this price Is going to be
raised.    At present  it can be bought for ONE-THIRD CASH.
Corner Lot on Eighth, $1,000
Between Third and Fourth avenues, ln a good residential section.
close In, lias good view, and is easily denied. Not more than five
blooke from Columbia street. ONE-THIRD CASH.
Two Fourth Street Lots, $300 Each
These are near Eighth avenue close to car Une. and the cleat ing Is
quite simple.    Both for $(i(10. ONE-HALF CASH.
If you want some exceptional acreage buys on and close
to the Chilliwack tram in South Westminster and Surrey,
better see me. W. J. KERR.
Wa       Ja      KERR
Limited
614 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. FEBRUAn
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The Daily News ESTIMATED REVENUE
Published by The Dully .News PubllSD-
l_g Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
BELOW tXPENDITURt
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,  1910.
Bowser Proposes Spending
$7,702,769 This Year- Revenue $7,000,226
COMMERCIAL   PEACE.
with
on
Gem
mission
goods  at
The new tariff arrangement
Germany, which comes into for��
Tuesday next, marks a very important s'ep in the trade relations of
Canada with the great industrial nations of the world. The agreement,
wliich has excited widespread interest, really possesses an importance
that confers upon it the dignity of
ata historical event.
The   removal   of   the   surtax   upon
man goods by Canada and the ad-
into   Germany   of   Canadian
^^^^^    the  conventional   tariff  or
minimum rate, which is the basis of
the new arrangement, will be certain
to  produce  a considerable  expansion
of trade In both countries.    The hostile   tariff   which   has   been   in   force
since 1898 has not been advantageous
either   to   Canada   or   Germany,   and
the mutual    understanding   that has
now  been  arrived  at,   lias   naturally
met with a general welcome.   France
already  enjoys  a like  advantage,  or
rather a greater advantage in regard
to her exports to this country, under
.the commercial treaty that was signed last year, whilst  Great  Britain is
noi   in  any  way  prejudiced,  because
her  manufacturers enjoy  the prlvel-
eges  conferred  by    tho    preferential
tariff.    But it is quite likely that the
removal   of  the  German  surtax   will
be objectionable    to    American commercial   interests,  for  Germany  is  a
keen  competitor  with  our neighbors
many  articles  of  every day
Victoria, Feb. 24.���The estimate of
revenue and expenditure for the fiscal
year commencing on March 31, 1910.
were brought down in the legislature
this afternoon by Hon. \V. J.
Bowser, minister of finance.
The estimated expenditure is in excess ot tne estimated revenue by a
little over ?Tuu,uuu, the estimated expenditure being 17,702,769, ami tne
estimated receipts f7,000,226.
Tne sum of $150,UUu is pnnided to
finish construction of the new courthouse in Vancouver, and an additional |50,000 is granted for the. purpose of building a new wing to the
structure.
Koad construction in Point Grey
has been allotted J160.U00, and $250,-
uoo will bu givfii to assist in the construction of the bridge over the Second Narrows of Burrard in: ���(. This
grant is conditional on the Dominion
government making a grant in aid of
the same  work.
Under the head of estimated rove- j
nue the conservative sum of $1,500,- ;
000 is allowed  for land  sales.
Under   expenditures   civil   salaries
are   shown   to   amount   to   $466,100.
The   giant  to   hospitals   totals   $200,- j
000.   while   $80,000   is   to   be   given j
toward    the   cost   of   building    hos- ,
pitals.
The vote for education amounts to ���
$715,712.    This   is   stated   to   be   an
increase   of   over   $100,000   as   compared with the vote last year on this
count.
The sum of $4,256,805 is to be devoted to public work6, not very much
short of double the expenditure last
year in tho same connection. For a
new asylum for the insane at Conuit-
'���   $150,000  is  provided.    The  sum
COMPANY, Ltd.
Clearing Lines
IN
WOOLLEN GLOVES
Ladies' and Children's Sizes at
Extremely Low Prices
LEE'S FURNITURE [foil
'   WE  FURNISH YOUR  HOUSE COMPLETE
Three Great Specials For Today
and Saturday
fit  7f;
250 yards Standard Grade Tapestry   Carpets,   usually
Special per yard           ��� lu
Fifty  Wool Ingrain Squares, size 9 by 9.    Usual pri,, t-'i
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ind  Saturday   ....
55c
'o'lay
$3.69
Three  hundred yards extra quality Velours, regular an .    r ,
Saturday per  yard  ''   r��"ay m
 69C
An Immense stock of Linoleums,  in  first  qualltle    nni
carry no seconds. " ������   We
Bring in your upholstery work now.
LFF'C  Furniture Emporium
*******   *******      ***** Let's  Block, Columbia  Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, p, c
Phone 73.
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Holbrook Cal
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
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in   very
use.
lit may be however that the United
States government will think better
of tl eir long-continued refusal to remove the obstacles to better trade
relations between their country and
ours, and one day see fit to climb
down, just as Germany has now
done, and confer upon Canada the advantages Of the Payne-Aldrich tariff.
But whether they do so or not, it is
certainly a gratifying clrcumstaiace
thai Canada is now enjoying commercial peace, with all the other great
Industrial nations of the globe and
will profit accordingly.
The    story    connected    with    this
happy resumption ot better trade relations with  Germany  is both  Interesting    ami    amusing���amusing    be-
caui e  the  trouble  that   gave  rise to
the  surtax  was of a  character that
reminds one    rathi r of the    insane
quarrels of Hide children.    The dif-
fei en e  which rose  betw een  Can ida
and ll. finally  in  1898 was due to the
granting of the preferential tariff to
Greal Britain In the previous year, in
connection with    which  the Mother
country,  at   the   instance  of Canada,
denounced the existing treaties which
guaranteed to Germany that no higher duties Bhould be levied in British
Colonies on the products of Germany
than on the products of the  United
Kingdom.    Thereafter German  goods
came Into Canada  under the general
tariff.    But Germany, like a  spoiled
child, resented this and penalised Canada by subjecting    her products to
the    higher  duties  of    the    German
tui iff, instead of the conventional one
which  had up to thin  applied.    The
Canadian    government    naturally  remonstrated, and pointed out that the
tariff relations between Greal Britain
and her colonies werd matters of domestic concern with which no foreign
country could reasonably    interfere; '.
that Germany could not fairly expect, :
as  she asked,    the  same    privileges
that were granted by  Canada to the
Motherland, and that   this   country i
was granting to Germany the same
terms as were enjoyed bv other
countries. However, Germany would
not recede from her demand for tho '
same treatment which Canada had ac- I
corded Great Britain, and lt was
-found necessary to apply, by way of
retaliation, the surtax upon German
imports Into this country. But all's
well that ends well, and though the
new arrangement is to some extent
provisional, lt Is altogether unlikely
that there will ever be another tariff
war between Canada and Germany.
of $100,000 is to be granted for the
protection of river banks. For the
further ^instruction of the Vancouver
island trunk road $150,000 is allowed. Land surveys claim $300,000.
A courthouse site is to be bought for
Grand Forks and $20,000 is set aside
for that purpose, and $20,000 for government offices at Kaslo. Subsidies
are proposed for ferries in the interior and northern districts, and there
are general increases in the appropriations for all disi  icts.
Appropriatloi ; foi the expense of
conducting various departments of
ihe government have been increased
in a number of cases owing to the
fact that the operations of the departments have been greatly extended and a number of new offices
created.
There is a vote of $30,0 ir Immigration purposes. In the miscellaneous vote are Include ! $7fi,000 for
forest proiection. $10,000 for the revision of the statutes, forestry commission, $10,0000 board of Investigation under the water act $30,000, insurance commission $3000.' university
commission $2000.
There Is also a vote of $117,000
for agriculture, and of this sum a
portion mi ������ be devoted to assisting
the Vancouver exhibition association.
THE prolonged cold snap we are experiencing has
made us sort up our stock of warm gloves���not
a very large number perhaps -but a splendid assortment of colors and sizes. You can well afford an
extra pair for yourself or the children at these
tempting prices.
Children's Ringwood Gloves, in white, black, navy, brown, cardinal and a large assortment of fancy mixtures. Tlie lot to be
cleared at one price.    Regular value to 35c.   Special price, pair 25c
Ladies' Woollen Gloves, white, brown (fleece lined I and fancy
mixtures, all sizes. Regular 50c and 75c values. Special per
pair $ 35c
Women's Wrappers for 95c
A special offer of Print Wrappers, a wide range of colorings in
various designs.    Ail sizes, full  length.    Regular values to $1.75, for
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE.     BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.   WHITE i
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. ���
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
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I Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop. ���
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95c
$7.50 Black Silk Waists for $4.50
A big snap in Silk Waists, black only, tucked, strapped, and
button trimmed, in effective deslans. Good range of sixes. Regular
$6, $6.50 and ?7.a0 values for $4.50
A Blanket Special
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Fifteen pairs only of White   Wool   Blankets,  size On  by  TS.  extra
soft finish.    Today worth $o.o0.     Special  for $3.75
ON   SALE   THIS   WEEK   ONLY.
Children's Golf Coats
or
A new lot just arrived, principally navy blue and cardinal, with
without belt attached.    All  sizes.     From    $1.50
Wool Toques, 50c
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOO iN
AND EXAMINE  OUR  STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR      }
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1   FITTINGS  i
Just the thing for coasting,
they are enjoying themselves.
Keep the children eomforlabh
Regular 75c.    Now   	
MISS   MARIE   DROFNAH
Leading  Lady  With  Charles  B.
ford, Thursday, March 3.
Han-
TRIALS of the NEEDEMS
jmiT_JvERlEOUTOFTHIS HOUSE? J
Editor Incited to Murder.
Paris, Feb. 24.���Gustave Perv, anti-
military agitator and editor of the
revolutionary organ, Guerre Soclale
was yesterday sentenced to four
years' imprisonment for Inciting to
murder, and glorifying crime In an
article praising an Apache who killed
a policeman last month.
NOTICE.
A  reward  of  |60.00  is offered for
the   recovery  of  the   body  of   JS,   J. i
D'Ar-y,   who   was   drowned   off     the.
Fraser river bridge on tho 11th Inst.
J. W. Mcintosh,
Chief of Police.
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Look Mere!
Six-room two-story house In Sapperton, bath, W. C basin electric light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young f'rlt trees lot
cleared and fenced.    Owner has to leave town, so will take
$1500
TERMS���Half cash, and balance as rent ��t $15 per month, or In
payments of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months at seven
per cent.
|        P. PEEBLES
|   Real Estate Broker and Financial Agent
I                    ���>20 COLUMBIA ST.
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Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Hand Lamps
(Complete)
( SPECIAL TODAY
EACH.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.   |  _^^
We buy for canto and sell for the same Two ��*���,��� /_,���, (^ Adams, Groce
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc.es for Ladles from 112.75
up.
00Ver Watches,   gents'   open faco
Bllver Watches, gents' open   case,
���7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klein
Watches. 6
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI      I	
MATES   SUPPLIED ���
|| NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor ���
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. PHONE 473    I
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TRY OUR . . .
Poultry Food
25c Per Package
Ry all's Drug Store
EYES TE8TED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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LIST   YOUR  PROPERTY  WITH
If. J. FADER
FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale city and suburban properties,
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timber lands.
TELEPHONE 295. FR|DAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910.
���THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVK.
GORDON
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NATIONAL      JAPANESE WRESTLERS TO
Finance Co   ho^d northwest tourney i
a.     ������   I        ���
Dry Goods House
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate, Loans
and  Insurance
Se-
Rajah  Silks
Shades of tan, sage blue,    navy,   taupe,   westerla.    36   Inches
widi    , xtra heavy weight.    Price per yard  $1i0o
The newest style in  Suit Hats  for   Spring   wear   are   now   on
view in the Millinery Department, second floor.
Oriental   Athletes   to   Gather   in
,  altle Early in March to Settle Mat
Championship.
Seattle, Feb. 24.���Japanese Wre*
lers from all over the northwest will
gather In Seattle next month for a
tournament which will determine the
-fhll'f.c Rllr    cm n l       _���    cm.  'championship  of  this section of the
p-urtis blk., (rot Columbia St. country.  Morc tlul��� a hnudred husky
(Upstairs)
$5000
will buy two houses and two lots on
corner Fourth avenue and Third
street.    Good terms
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
EDMONDS I STATION
14 Lots left out of 38
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
snap.
Tel-phone 295
Scotch   Whisky
Choose Your Brand Carefully.
A Scotch address on the label Joes not
always mean genuine Scotch Whisky In the
bottle. There are many Wranils tradiiij* on the
reputation of Scotland's Highlands as a whisky
producing country beyond compare -brands put
up under fictitious names, and which, though
bearing Scotch addresses, never saw Scotland
at all, much less the Highlands.
Choose as //our beverage, a brand with a
reputation b-ck ot it,
Watson's Scotch Whisky has been distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland since the year
1815. It is not only a pure, and genuine
Scotch ; it is a Whisky exceedingly agreeable
to the palate. This is due primarily to tbe
fact that we distil by the old-fashioned Pot
Still method  -slowly, carefully, skilfully.
Moreover, we age our Whisky in Sherry
wood���ape it for years, until it is thoroughly
matured and mellow to the taste.
Insist     on
Watson's
THRU STAR"     A nilU. tWoujbly roalurid Scotch
"NO. IO'"���A iull-bodiid. richly lltvoriJ Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO.. Limited - Dundee.
$4000
will   buy   13   acres,   subdivided   into
one-acre,   blocks   on   Chilliwack   tram
| line   close   to   river,   only   $2000    required, balance easy.
The Fashion Centre
$900
cash will   handle  a block of five lots
on     Seventh     avenue     facing     river.
! Price  $2600.
SNAP���$200 secures a lot on Seventh
avenue    near    Second    street.     Price
: $500.
$2300
will   buy   a   nice   six-room   house   on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
: Only $800 cash required.
$1900
Orientals   are   now   training   for  the
laffalr. ,
I     lt will run four nights, March 2. :i,
|4 and 5, und is lo be under the super-
1 vision of Prof. Tokukoro Ito, the jiu-
jitsu   expert,   who  has  performed   in
public  twice In the last few months
land  is now negotiating with    Julius
Johnson for another match.   Prof. Ito
j conducts a    big    Japanese    athletic,
I school In this city.
Ito Is now training ahout twenty of
, hts strongest and most agile young
; men to take pari in the northwest
Championships. Ito is one of the hest
known jiu-jitsu artists in the United
States and ranks high in the list of
experts In this peculiar game. Japanese wrestling, however, Is not to be
confused with jiu-jitsu. The two
styles of physical contests are ns different as boxing and catch-as-catch-
oan wrestling. Ito is skilled in both.
He received his training under the
masters In Japan and some of his
pupils In America have become proficient. |
Tournament wrestling Is popular
with the Japanese. The bouts go
through preliminaries nnd semifinals
Up to the finals nn the last night.
Surrey Acreage
320 Acres
ON TOWN  LINE  ROAD, $100 AN ACRE.    TERMS EASY.
80 Acres
CORNER YALE AND JOHNSTON ROADS. NEW FIVE-ROOM
HOUSE, BARN, ETC. $80 AN ACRE. $2000 CASH, BALANCE ON
EASY TERMS.
57 A
cres
ON YALE ROAD. ALL SUBDIVIDED INTO TEN ACRE BLOCKS.
$100 PER ACRE. |     j
40 Acres
NEAR   HJORTH  ROAD, $100 PER  ACRE.
All the above acreage is admirably adapted for
Subdividing.
We control some of the best water frontage on the
Fraser river. If you are looking for nn Industrial
site, see us.
l-t-"aj
will handle a modern twelve-room
house on Twelfth street, below
Fou'-th avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $5250.
$5000
I will buy a modern nine-room house
on lot 66 by 132, situated on Agnes
street, near First street. Only $1000
cash, balance one, two ana three
years.
$500
cash will secure a well-built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
DURABLE DANE WILLING TO
MELT CYCLONE THOMPSON
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone RSS Branch Office Phone L85
Reno. New, Feb. 24.���Battling Nelson today said thai he would meet
Cyclntve Thompson in a forty-five
round fight at San Francisco the last
week in April or the first week in
May. He said that the hght would
he held in a new building which Is
to he constructed for that purpose.
$1800
will buy an eight-room house near
Keary street. Sapperton. Only $600
cash required.
GOVERNOR WARNER VETOES
KETCHEL-CAPONI FIGHT
$1000
|cash will handle a fully modern nine.
. room   house   with  cement  foundation.
I furnace, sanitary plumbing;   lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 24.���Governor
Warner said today, when his attention was called to the proposed tight
at Kalamazoo between Ketchel and
Caponi: "These men are professional
fighters, and they can not fight in
Michigan under the guise of a boxing
contest. The sheriffs of all counties
have bean notified to acl accord-
Inf ij
$2100
ABERDEEN  HAS NO CHANCE
TO   GET   BACK   IN   LEAGUE
will buy FIVE LARGF LOTS with
small house, on Second street. Only
$800 cash required.
$3000
cash will handle six large lots, in
fruit, with modern eight-room house;
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
$3900
will buy a beautiful ten-room house
on Third avenue, close to Sixth
street: lot 66x132. Terms one third
cash, balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
Seattle,    Feb.    24.���Aberdeen    has
her  fight   to    continue  in    the
vest     league.    Judge     Mitchell
>:i  of the  superior  court   Of King
ti rdaj  ruled thai   ihe dl-
.    ore  of the league had  good and
cienl   cause  for the  dropping  of
the   Aberdeen  club.    This  means  a
fo  r-club     circuit   this    season,   composed   of   Spokane.   Seattle,     Tacoma
and Vancouver.    The Aberdeen club
applied for an Injunction to restrain ihe league from drawing up a
schedule era a  four-club basis.    This
was refused and the Black Cats look
the second step, decided yesterday.
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
F. Lawrence Walker Announces the Engagement of
Charles   B.  Hanford
a_��-j_U       Mi(jg   Marie   D^^
In a Modern Comedy
The American Lord
By George H. Broadhurst and Charles T. Dazey
THURSDAY   .:   MARCH 3rd
PRICES :   Same as Vancouver and   Seattle. $1.50, $1.00,
75c and 50e.   Reserve Seats on sale at Ryall s.
$7000
cash   will   handle   a   three story   busi
ness   block     covering   a   lot     66x132
This property at the  present time is
bringing   In   a   rental   of   about  $3500
per annum.   Price $35,000, easy terms.
terms.
$800
cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
north side, With unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THFSE LOTS
ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
and were last year planted In pot a-
toes.     Good   terms   can   be   arranged.
Varsity Boat Race.
London. Feh. 24.���A memorial to
the O. U. B. C. and C. U. B. C presidents, askiiv that the boat race date
shall he altered from Wednesday in
Holy week is now under consideration, There is little hop'' that this
can be arranged, however. The tide
Would not suit a week earlier, while
exigencies Of term intervene later.
City.
LAND   REGI8TRY  ACT,
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
W
��"'��  In   the  name   of  William   &0*
"""Sn, has, n��vn n,ed ln this office.
.,,* Is hereby given that 1 sha'1,
ttl the expiration of one month from
Whereas, proof of the lo&s of Cer-
,1,;lt"  of  Title.  Number 14,068a,  1��-
iMl'll     In      IU.      _- a     aa.ilil    ...      Onl.
th0 date of the llrst Pub"?^
hereof In a dally newspaper publlsm n
In the City of New Westminster. Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valkl objection
* made to me Ir ^^
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New ******
ster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
buys two full sized lots centrally lo
cated on Agnes street, close to ichool
and churches; cleared, can be deliv
ercd for $3800 cash.
55 acres In Langley, near Murray's
corner; V. W. & Y. runs thro..gh
property, station on one corner. Price
$50 per acre.
Nine acres on Sco't road, 3V�� m""
from Fraser river bridge and within
a stone's throw of the Chilliwack
tram line. Price for a few days only
$200 per acre; $600 cash will handle.
$1 ooo
Langley and Surrey Acreage
W. have several choice pieces of
Seaqe on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the buneh.
Good term*.
NATIONALflNANCECO.,Ld
I        n. H. McQuarrie, Local Mor.
! Real Estate--Lo��is-4i$��npiGe
For Three-Cushion Title.
Denver, Feh. 24.���Champion    Fred
Karnes of Denver and Tom Hueslon
of  New  York  will  meet   on   M h  Iii
and Id WsJ y<tWs]a>OBl_ott8d billiard
tournament for the world's title.
Games announced last night that he
would Insist on the match beting held
in Denver.
Bettlnson   Bitter.
Mummer  Bettlnson  Of  the  National
Spot tins; Club of London  declares the
Jeffries-Johnson match is not worth
a $6000 purse. Bettlnson is bitter
aboul American boxers, lie says
thej are too slippery for one to deal
with most of them being keener CO
doing vou than fighting for your
money, so there are no big purses
for (hem over there.
SMOKER
Tinder t_8 auspices of tho
Young Conservative Association
a Smoking Concert will be held
In the fit. George's hall on Saturday evening, the 26th Inst, at
8 o'clock. A number of the up-
country members of the Provincial House will deliver short addresses. There will be a musical
program, nnd refresments will be
served. All friends of the Provincial Government are cordially
Invited to attend.
Hi
WHEH YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S tyORTH
COWAN'S
Pf_B_FI_CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
la the beat value, because lt la pore, nutritious aad very eeeoealcal.
TB* COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONT* ��
_H_H_H_MMn_BBK??_H_H_a__BMI_4_n
Young Conservative Club
J. SCHMERL, Secretary.
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
ffOUKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they havf
EVERYTHING to gain aud small chance to lose hy so doing.
0
ERSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
__ARDL_S8 of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accWents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
'HE suit may he brought against you long after the occurrence of the
jhecldent  by  which he was injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can HI afford to assume the risk of
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
'REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms ls
���       sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
10 go to law means losa ot time, money, endless annoyance and
\   worry. *�����
0
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OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
^LY insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER tbe protection of a Liability P ollcy ln the Railway Pasaen-
I gore' Assurance Company you w 111 save money and time atnd be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St. I
*wJ*
Phone 62
Ttel
nsurance
M
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THE DAILY NLW5.
FRIDAY,  F_BRUA^Y
25, 19V
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Is no reason for procrastination, but it is the  Jeason our Principal has for instructing us to withhold the 2o per cent advance until we close the office on Saturday.
Your  Opportunity is not gone yet, But it is ga:ng rapidly.
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BUT PRONOUNCE IT
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Let us take you and show you what we think
A GENUINE SNAP
The Lots without an equal.   For Two Days
Only the Prices and Terms remain unaltered.
$300 and UP   $8 pe^mon".!
war:-*
FOR FULLER PARTICULARS SEE ONLY
���
Welsh. Evans
6 Guichon Block
Dar
Over Annandale's Grocery
Entrance McKerzie Street
V-W i
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Phcnc 512        New Westminster, B.C.        Phone 512
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!��� IOAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
^&%TTAWA.
el,
b talei   tenders
��� nuiilv of coal and fuel wood re-
e j Wheat thu Military Buildings
Victoria, Vancouver and New
iestniinster, B. C, for the year eud-
fto Mopday, March 14, next.   Each
er is to be marked "Tender for
ind addressed to the Secretary
Ulllltla Council, Ottawa.
Printed forms of tender containing
li particulars can be obtained from
Secretary of the Militia Council,
ttaWfl   or at the office  of the Dis-
L.,,'t   Officer   Commanding,   Victoria,
L, will furnish all  information re-
IKacb Milder must be accompanied
'ui accepted cheque, on a Cana-
> n chartered hank, payable to the
|r',l,.r rn" the Honourable the Minister
If Militia and Defense, for five per
L( of the amount of the tender,
fhirli will be forfeited if the party
Lldng the tender decline to sign a
bntracl when called upon to do so.
tender he not accepted the
i will be returned.
Department does not hind  It-
T
fell '
;".
accept th.. lowest or any ten-
KIT,EMC EISET,
Colonel.
Minister   of   Militia   and   De-
Ottawa. Feb. 4, 1910.
Ill (if NEW WESTMlNSTfcR
lore  are
>'s' Suits shown
the most popular suits for boys' all-
round wear. The Single Breasted
"JAXON" SUIT with Bloomer Knickers is very popular this season. We
are showing a large range ot these
in neat patterns at, the suit,   .
$150  $4.50
$7.50 to $i:
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it whl he safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need it,
and it will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent,
inteiest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
Good Boys' Clothes are a far bettor   Investment   than   the   bargain
scat.
TENDERS FOR SEWER  PIPE.
The
endei
Council is desirous of receiving
���S for the supply Of Vitrified
i  Pipes.
iclfications, approximate   quanti-
iiid further information can be
Ibtained from the City Engineer.
All  tinders   must  be  delivered   to
ie    undersigned,   marked   "Tenders
���or Sewer Pipes," by 5 p. m. o�� Feb-
luary 21, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
The time for receiving above ten-
ta been extended  to the 28th
ist. al 5 p. in.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
The Double Breasted
College SOU
(as shown in the cut) is also one of
the new Spring designs. The patterns are adapted to Boys' Suits, and
the garments are cut and tailored
perfectly. i
$4, $5, $7.50 to $12
We stand behind every Boys' Suit
we sell with a guarantee that it shall
do its duty.
80
In   Ontario
BRANCHES
Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST
.$4,000,000
4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and ||
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes���Large StockjpPlainjjjJand
Fancy Glass
Farmers    Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing,
and Draining
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telpohone 12.
��___ __Ef_^im!L^__I____W_!l
New Westminster
!___s_a_y,___PB_.��
*    SKATE
at  the
Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
District  of   New   Westminster.
Ta i   notice, that thirty days after
ate   I,  Alexander  Cruickshank.  t'ai-
���      : Matsqui, B, ('., intend to ap-
ly for a license to prospect for coal
nd petroleum on the following des-
: lands:
encing  at  a  post  set  at   the
outbeasl   corner  of   District  Lot  65,
.;        New  Westminster District,
'.' ''        '.ed Alexander Cruickshank's
���  corner;  thence west to the
I'       lion of   the section   line be-
ctlons 31 and  32, township
with  the  southern    boundary  of
flct Lot 64, group LA N'ew West-
District,    thence  south    one
:        thence  east  one  mile;   thence
J'   '   one mile to the point of com-
��� 'in  and containing ahout 640
���
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK,
January 28, 1910.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
T ' ��� notice that  I.  Elizabeth  Me-
I'        h Bell, of Vernon, B. C, intend
1,1 apply for a license  to prospect
f"' coal and petroleum on thc following described lands:
Con mincing at a post marked BS.
M. I'.ell'g southeast corner, set ahout
lone mile south of the point where
the section line between Townships
13 and lfi Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lot 48, group
New Westminster district, thence
wesl one-half mile, thence north one
"'il" thence east one-haif mile to the
polni where the section line between
Townships 18 and lfi Intersect with
the southern boundary of District L"t
J "up 2, New Westminster district, thenoo south to the P��ln' of
canimoncement, a distance of about
one ml|r>.
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH PELL.
January 2S, i��uo.
Per George B. Conner. Agt.
1
REID & CO.
THE STORE   OF SATISFACTION
Iffl3t5!.fi'_-8L*
501   COLUMBIA   STREET
i��WfcJ**��.-C��*^*?
I
t PRICES:
��� Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
a On   Saturdays,   10   to   12,
��� all   school   children   will   be
X      furnished  skates for 10c.
������������������������������������������������>���������������������������
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
Beef,
Pork
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645  COLUMBIA STREET.
CANADIAN PACIFIC Bank of Montreal
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
KSTAUUSUKD  1S17
COAST serv.:e.
P. R, wharf, Van-
from t
-1:30 p, in. daily.
-2 p. m. dally; 11 p.
in.
in.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
r l;" the east hnlf of section 3d, block
". North range fi, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
whereas, Proof nf the loss of Cer-
untcate No. 9215F, issued in the name
nf ���'��� V L, McAlplne, has been filed In
tnia nfflce.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the oxpirndon of one month from
We dale of the flrst publication bore-
or I" a dally newspaper published In
We City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said  Certificate, un-
168s In tM0 meantime valid objection
��o made to tne in writing
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
band  Registry Office, New Westmln-
ster, B. c, January 27, 1910.
Sailing!
couver.
To Victoria-
To Xanaiino-
Motiday.
To   Union   and   Cotaox-
Tuesdays and  Thursdays.
To Alaska and Northern B. C ���11
p, m. January 8, 15 and every following Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of call���
8 a. in. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, B. C.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. D. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
���  RAILWAY CO.
CAPITAL |14,4O0,O0O.UC 1
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound,aud, and iu London. I'.ng :
land, N��W York, Chicago and Spokane, i
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
bunking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in a" l,;irts of the
world.
Bavlngs Bank Department���DepOBits
received In sums ot $1 ami upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEV WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker   Wharf   for   Ladner,
Westham ^Island and   way
kkUMlr F*niw Leaves P��ints at 2o'clock' returning
Atlantic txpress Leaves f0iiowin_ mornin_.
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON BLOCK, MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
making direct connections for all
noints in Eastern Canada and United
States Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; Agassi* local
at 5:35 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.O.P.A. Vancouver
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
CO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
FRONT ST.,  WINDSOR  BLOCK
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
3ornsr KlgMh St. ans   Flft_ Arena*
PHONE 17a
THE  MEALS AT THE ���
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Model Sign Wcrks
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are IB and 16-
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
739
"roDrletress, Mrs. M. Donuny
Phone
Estimates Given.
J. NEWSSME ft SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS AND
DECORATORS.
9U Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NH\V WESTMINSTER       - B-C-
COAL
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
JOSEPH MAYER8
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.   |||
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345 j 11
1
China|
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'S
PIG   BOOK  8TORE.
665 Columbia 8treet.
Remember   this   when
you want anything in
these lines.
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings,ig what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
COPYRIGHT,
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM  OFFICE.
OPP.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the House- ctric Sad Iron ls the greatest boon pos
sible. No te d0 ,p8B0ned tho  household  labor.     The  Electric
Sad Iron simple that a child can operate lt; nnd lt can be used
ln any part of the house where there ls an electric light. Iron al*
ways hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done ln half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call ln and let us show
them to you. (
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .16.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 par BM-
McQuarrie & Co.*
FI.OUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
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THE D\iLY NEWS.
FRIDAY.
FEBBU*��v . ,���
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necessitates having the follow-
i    ides:
WASHING   MACHINES
WASH TJBS
WASH   BC1LERS
WRINGERS
WASH   BOARDS
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES LINES
PULLEYS.
If you are not supplied we can
supply you.
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The Rev. ~.. Albert  M.      . general
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The  sporting  editor  of  this  pajx :
Alliance.'will  have a  few  remarks in  to
Sunday.    In   row's    issue  *i    reply  to  a    News-
Advertiser criticism on lacrosse matters which may be worth reading.
[ address meeting* ...
Queen's Avenue Methodist church.
Crystal Theatre at 3:30 p. in., and
Knox Presbyterian church Sunday at
7 p. m.
For first-c:a-s cut flowers and any
| kind of Floral work, telephone Uavles
Greenhouse. R2 18
Percv Lashmar has    received    the
O'sad  intelligence of the  death  of his
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I TENDERS
Fred J. Lynch returned yesterday
evening from a business trip to Revelstoke, Nelson and other interior
towcis. He reports that business is
brisk.
Call at Tiie Royal Cafe for lunch
dinner or after theatre snipe
Gean Singh, a Hindoo, died at  I  i
Royal  Columbian  hospital  last  night
from typhoid fever.   No arrangements
have  as yet  been  made  for  his  funeral.
If you need furniture of any kind,
linoleums, oil cloths, carpets or matting,  at  a  saving  to  you  of  ten   to
cent on    your   pur-
E.    Fales,    Agnes
You can get them
for putting in your
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brother, J. W. T. Lashmar. who died
at Liverpool, England, on the twenty-
seventh of January, at the age of
forty-seven. The late Mr. Lashmar
was for fifteen years with Messrs.
Dewar �� Co., and leaves a widow
and family of five.
. I twenty-five   per
Striking and original decorations of :cj,ases     see    V.
excellent artistic merit, an individual jgtr'eet '
treatment   for   each   house.       See   I. j
Hudson, Sixth street. ��������� i    lJ-   I*   Mclnnes,   who   for  the  past
,th''ee weeks has been laid up with a
For furniture, carpets, linoleums, j,a(j attack of the grippe will be able
etc., try the New Furniture Store. t0 resume his duties as jailer of the
Denny _ Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **  city  poijce   station   this  morning.
A. Hardman has just received the ,     Walgamutt's  orchestra   in    attend-
sole agency for New Westminster of ' ance at The Royal  Cafe,
the New West    Manufacturing    com- j
pany of B. C.    This is the first firm ,
by ringing   up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
More Salary
on the coast to start manufacturing
stoves, their factory being established near Eburne, on the B. C. E. R.
Mr. Hardman is showing samples of
their manufacture at his store, stoves
varying in prices from $12.50 to $60,
both steel and cast iron ranges, with
the intention of pushing another loci! enterprise.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
r.iephone 13. Office, Eighth St
Pauline    Johnson,
���Sapperton,   Tuesday
1.   25c and ">0c.
Is obtained hy  tho'-
earn it.    A course in
wh i  qualify  to
Higher tauniinn or
Shorthand end
Toucli Typewriting
We Give Careful Attention A?
lo accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals,   pnd  sha.i   be   pleased  to j
re et  or  con i Bpond  with   those  who j
contemplate making changes or open j
Ing new accounts.
If  you  haven't a Savings  Account
will   increase
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salary   if   taken \ NOW is the best time to start one
Westminster Modern  j The Royal Bank of Canada
Business School
A.   L.   BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve         5,700,000
Total  Assets     70,000,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
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BURNABY
4 1-2 Acres close to new carline, one acre
cleared and in cultivation, good new house, stable
and outbuildings.
$800 Per Acre
Half Cash, balance to arrange.
W. S. ROSE, J^j92!���y^^
TELEPHONE 655.
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|    Deputy Registrar Brine fell on the
I slippery sidewalk a few days ago and
is now laid up at his I   . e with pleu-
He did not think he had hurt
himself at   the  time of  tl.r>  fall  and
went back to work as usual, but the
i doctor   decided   that   he   had   almost
I broken   his  ribs  and  would   have  to
! lay off for a few days.
Clients with  $2oo.ooo to Invest   In
i business or semi-business property in
| N'ew   Westminster   aiv    desirous    of
getting  in   touch   with   owners.     Ad-
; dress replies to P. O. Box 135, city. *
Special services are being held
during the Lenten season at St. Barnabas church. This evening Rev. _.
H. Bartlett, of Ladner, will preach,
'.the service commencing at half past
seven o'clock.
Have you seen my new stock of
wall papers? I, Hudson Si.x'h
street. ��**
The pulpit of Holy Trinity cathe-
Idral will be occupied on Sunday evening by Rev. Charles C. Hoyle, of
: Strathcona, Alta. Rev. Mr. Hoyle has
resigned his charge In the Alberta���
city and is thinking of taking up his
residence on the coast. If he finds
: the surroundings of Xew Westmln-
; ster congenial he may take up his
.residence  here.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies" Greenhouse. ����
The old scheme of selling the city
I hall and erecting a new one on the
market site has been revived by the
I municipal committee of the board
jof trade,  whose  recommendation  to
that effect will be considered at the
, next  meeting  of  the   board.    If  the
board   of   trade   expresses   itself   as
favorable to thc plan the matter v. ill
,be  brought   to  the  attention  of  the
city council.
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buys
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Bloc'c, New Westminster
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT PAY RENT.
IT PAYS TO ADVfRTISE
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$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
The case of Tutyens vs. Bernard.
a lawsuit involving about one hundred dollars and most of the members of two families, will be heard
today in the county court before
Judge Howay.
The entrance to the office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, is on
Sixth street. Take tlie main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the left. Drop in and
see the secret of the monorial.      ***
C. Harrison, secretary of the South
Vancouver board of trade, was in the
city yesterday getting some Information in the board of trade business
from the secretary of the local
board.
Princess     hall,
evening.   V      b
The Largest
Range of
5^J__Lf_0
In British Columbia
A well known traveller for one of the largest
Lace houses in the world, made the remark, after
looking1 through our sample books, that we had the
best range of Laces and Lace Trimmings in B. C.
We feel proud of the fact and are confident that
such is the case. During the last few days we have
further added to our stock.
Full Range of Sizes
(n "Little Darling"
Hose
Tan. Black, Cardinal and
Cream, in sizes 4 to 71-n
inches. Our Spring stock
of this popular Hoso for
children now in. We regret
that we have not been able
to fill all orders for "Little
Darling," but it seems Impossible for us to obtain
enough of every size whenever required. This special
order was placed last October and has just now arrived.
New Covert
Coats
$7.50 and $8.75 each
Two special lines of La-
lies' and Misses' Covert
Coats in plain or striped
materials, made in seven-
eighth fitting, newest fitting
shape, long roll collars and
fancy strapping. A few Individual coats are trimmed
with soutache braid, all
well tailored and flulshed.
Each $7.50 and $8.75
New French
Valenciennes Laces
Imitation l.in. d Torchon,
Real Linen To ion Maltese Lac. !' Lace,
Guipures, silk G in, Orientals and many
��� ties.
Laces  promisi   '      ���    ised
more than evi    I
Bee  our  range  before you
choose.
Special Sal.: of lz/cc.'
Tams and Cup.<
A clearance Bale of these
Tarns and  Stock'.'
the order from tbi        nerj
Section.    Bultabli   '
and girls.    Useful      ! enra-
fortable    for   cold    wi
use.      The    P du lions  are
most timely and
Specially priced
at        . .25c, 35c, 50c nnd 75c
Fine Swiss Embroideries
Another shipment of Embroideries and Insertions just received. This time thev come direct
from a Swiss manufacturer. As a result ot special buying privileges we are enabled to otter our
customers a more attractive and worthy display than ever before at much lower prices. With till
shipment were exceptional! y fine Sheer Spot Muslins and Dlmiti es. Several lines of Crossbar and
Striped Muslins are shown with embroidered fronting and skirting embroidery to match. All neatly
shown in sample books, marked In plain figures.
Children's Spring Reefers
$4.25 to $7.50 Each
Attractive little coals, with stylish Ideas worked out In their makeup. Made from Navy or Cardinal Serge, nicely trimmed with braid or brass buttons. Coats are unlined, as material is amply heavy
without lining.    Seams all well finished.    Sizes from 4 to 12 years.    Each  $4.25 to $7.50
Handsome Black and Navy Cloth Suits,
$17.50 Each
Women's Fine Venetian Cloth Suits, in semi-fitting styles, well tailored. Coats made with fancy
silk collars and lined with mercerized sateen of permanent finish, skirts made with volte effecl with
pleats from yoke.    Each $1'-50
Boys9 and Girls9 Sweaters
Jersey Sweaters in a dozen new styles. Recent arrivals place before our customers an unusually
large range of these serviceable garments. Colors are Navy, Brown, Green, Cardinal and While, plain
or with trimming of contrasting color.   Specially priced this week at  75c, $1.00, $1-25 and ��1bU
Special Clearance of Woollen Gloves, 25c per pair
Two hundred pairs of Warm Woollen Gloves, in Cardinal, Navy, Green, White, Drown, Grey ami
Black.   All odd lines to clear.    Values up to 50c.    Per pair    	
W. S. COLLISTE
THE STORE FOR SOMEN'S WEAR.
F. J.'Hart & Co,
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