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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LiPiz
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO./
NEW   WESTMINSTER.        _���
LUMB 5, NUMBER 43
NEW  WESTMINSTER   B. C, TUESDAY   MORNING,  FEBRUARY  21!,  1910.
1 '""' '"���'���������   __6H
.jjiiiii
Of CITY COUNCIL
tulii Island Bridge Again In
The
tetA
Limelight -Commit-
Report.
N<"  ���
���rlnBacted
of  husinesb  was
PERMANENT PAVEMENTS
PLAN PROMULGATED
City   Fathers   Will   Advance   Scheme
for Paving  Residential Streets on
Local  Improvement  Plan. "
The residents on some of the principal Streets Of New Westminster will
be asked if they wish to have their
streets  paved   on  the  local  improve-
K ] c;it   dea. ^^^^^^^
al  lasl  night's meeting of
There  was  a lull   turn- |ment  plan.    Mayor Lee and  the  ma-
^InTthe   business    was     rushed
'' time, the  council
lout
Itbtrougn
in
.   good j	
shortly    after   lu  o'clock,
the    meeting  the
jority  of the city  council  have come
to   the  conclusion  that  the;  tune  has
adjouriunn
I IB the >euise    OI
would probably
something
arrived  for the  citizens ot  the  Royal
i city     to    start     building
m.uk. a remark that the Lulu
QOO all"
nut liavi
cost
iiie $30,-
This will
permanent
roads and a scheme wiui tliis end in
view   will    be  broached  to    the  residents of Agnes    street,    Queen's avenue,  Royal  avenue and Fifth street.
Thi- mattet came up at last night's
meeting of the council, the majority
of  thi... aidermen  seeming    to  think
'that to spend   a  few  hundred  dollars
The approaches to the Lulu island   ,lere  an(1  Ul(.,.(,  afJ arranged  by  the
'   will cost the city about  *.uu,   bylaw  would be like throwing money
br (I,,', present protection to the draw   ftwfty     Aderman    Johnston was    the
|__i   ���__
Illaud bridge
hip contractors  ^^^^^
tbe      ,,. their estimates ^^
���nJ  effect ou the city, but
rather 'hard lines ou the contrac-
Hill GOVERNMENT
E UNABLE 10
mi
a
carry
Premier  Asquith   Finds Himself  Deserted   by Allies and
Prospects   a: e    Another    General    Election  Must
lace    Shortly-���Kind's    Speech    at
Opening of Parliament Gives Finance
Control Lo Commons.
Take
Cm Mi. LIQUID*IE
COBKSLEY DAMAGE CLAIM
New   Westminster   Pays   For   Experience in the Supreme Court���Costs
Equal   Claim.
William T.
cheque from
minster  for
Cooksley wi.l receive a
the City of New W'est-
11257.91,   a    proceeding
LONG FORGOTTEN MAP
IS FOUND IN VAULT
Relic of early days Unearirrd
In Treasurer's Office-Old
Times Land Values.
tne
i�� not adequate. _    .  .     lonly  alderman   who seemed
to
Uderman Jardine asked for   anj: doubts about the scheme
Alderman     Bryson | mar^efl   that   it   was   hardly   fair
have
e re-
to
When	
Ninprialion. ma^**a**m>. '-^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_h
,n,K, a that if tlie work  had been   Uh, |.(,slci(,Ilts on tnoso streets to have
\ ,'. right   in  the  first  place,  there |t0   pay  foi.  tllt,  improvement   out   of
would be nq need to spend the $700.   thelr own pockets when other streets
' ed to know who was respon-   were t^ing improved out of the gen-
the error.    He did not set Bra) revenue of the city.
satisfactory    response, but ,	
flxid all the same.
politics   threw   their
legislation,
by another
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ When the vault in the city tit ���
which will mark the culmination of a urer>s olf[Ce was being 0ieanej out
hard-fought lawsuit. In 1908 Mr. 'recently, an interesting relic of tbe
Cooksley and his wife were thrown |pas( dayB Q, X)nv Westminster came
out of a dogcart and sustained se- 110 ight u ,g a map of th0 ^ fo]..
vere injuries. The cause of the spill ty-elght years old and bears the foi-
was a faulty culvert, and Mr. Cooks- lowing legend:
ley promptly sued the city council for |    "Lithographed   under   the  directio.i
CHANNEL   FLYING
SERVICE
TO   OPERATE
tnd
London, Feb. 21.���A trans-channel
aerial Bervice, operating both dirigibles and aeroplanes, will be in operation within a year, according to an
announcement   today   by   officials   of
ll,. the Paris-London Aerial company.
The company yesterday opened negotiations for the erection of sheds at
Dover, which has been selected as
the English terminus. These sheds
will be used to house the aerial cars,
FORMER SULTAN IS
STARVING TO DEATH
He wantt
gih.e fi i
any verj
u���, i,ii,:_,   rt-lll b. 	
7i���. �� iti ; committee was given au
extensii ��� i'- time in which to report
,,. ��� , ii stion of a proposed change
In the water rates.
New   Regulator  Coming.
\ ii Gray, on   behalf of   the
;. Ittee,   reported     that     the
the  required  additional
liad   been    ordered
ere  in   two   months
,.: po   ed on the frequent breaks
of  juice.    These   had
bj  repairs   to the line,
,.:,: Superintendent   Bowier
�� to  Vancouver seme day
Bee If the arrangements
(   . made  to  have the  resl-
fli:    ol       ���   Westminster  notified i
whenevei tin   power was about to he
shut off.
11 ��� ..   ���    ved   by  Alderman  Gray. \
'. by  Alderman Jardine,
thai the time tor receiving the ten-
d rs for :   vei  pipe be extended for	
nd this brought out  the   tiu, former sultan, Abdul Hamid.   Atr
:. ��� has been tuken in tlie ; dul   is  at   Sulokina,  where  it   is  re-
year.    Alderman    Qilley ported be is alOwly .jtftrving himself
pointed       that a request for an ex- | to death.
f time had been turned down
at il neetlng of the council and
Constantinople, Feb. 21.���The government today refused to deny the report   that a famous European scien-
London, Feb. 21.���The players in  the   ijauie   of
cards on thi   table In the House of Commons today.
The go.eminent Is without the allies necessary to carry
and the present outlook is that the country will be stirred up
general uocilon within a few months.
Premier Asquith announced that the financial legislation will be put
ahead oi the proposals to curb the power of the House of Lords.
John E. Redmond,the Irish leader, declared flatly that the Nationalists
would  not support that program.
The laborites are holding a meeting to decide their course. They
probably will follow In the footsteps of the Irish members.
The government may be able to adopt the budget by the grace of
the Conservatives, who possibly will vote for it in order to avert financial
chaos and keep the wheels of the empire turning; but the enactment of
the budget will, as Mr. I. dmond pointed out, leave the winning cards in
the hands of the lords, wl o will then be free to reject the bill for the
reforming of thei.   house and force another  election. |
The meeting of parliament today was momentous, for the cabinet';-
policy was noi revealed to th< country until the moment Premier Asquith
took  the floor.
Seidom in thi House of Commons have its proceedings been watched
with more intense Interest.
Mr.  Redmond an     his  Irish colleagues controll. d the course of events.
His pronouncement tl it  the Irish members   would   not   support   the  prime  |peilows Cemetery. Rev. ,T. S. Mender
minister was the sens;, ion of the day, and it appears to have settled the
administration's fate.
It is reported thai tw nty-flve radical? ha\ ��� declared their intention
of supporting Mr. Redmond against the govern) int's course, and that
great pressure is being brought to bear from the radicals to induce Mr.
Asquith  to  resign  forthwith.
Austen Chamberlain will propose an amendment to the king's speech,
tn favor of tariff reform and imperial preference, at the same time deploring the failure of the ministers to recognize in the speech the nature
and gravity of the state of trade and  employment.
On,, clause ln the king's speech today is regarded as most significant:
Referring   to   tlie   proposed   reform of the House of Lords, the speech
contained the qualifying cause, "In  the  opinion  of  my  advisers,"  which
is interpreted as meaning that the king   wants   to   disassociate   himself
from  such  proposals.
$1700  damages. ^^^^^^
In the county court he was given
judgment for $505 and his wife was
given $185. The city appealed the i
case to the supreme court, and about
two months ago a decisl on was ]
handed down confirming the previous
finding and granting Mr. Cooksley the
costs of the appeal.
The costs amount to $505.91. At
last night's council meeting Alderman
Johnston, of the finance committee,
recommended that a cheque be made
out to Mr. Cooksley for the whole
amount.
Some of the aldermen smiled when
the amount was mentioned.
Funera of William Cunningham,
The   funeral   of   the   late   William
Cunningham    took    place    yesterday
of Gaptain Parsons, R. _., New Westminster, July, 18*i_, bv oider of Col.
S. C. Moody, R. E., etc."
Extensive  Area  Embraced
Even at that time tlie city was
quite extensive, the map taking in
from between what Is now Fourteenth
street to Queen's park and from
the quay side to Fifth avenue or
Melbourne street, as it was then
Called. The streets were all name t
with proper names, Third avenue was
Pelham street; Fourth avenue, Mon -
real street and Fifth avenue, M -
bourne street.
Park Reserves.
The open space where the Carneg: 1
library now stands is marked, "market." Large tracts of land wllich ai )
now built over are marked for pubic parks,  and  a space  taking in  all
I from the family residence to the ^M   the land lying between Fourth street
and Sixth street and between Colum-
son officiating at the burial service, bia street and Queen's avenue is re-
The large number of flowers were served for government buildings,
evidence of the universal esteem in Othr large blocks are set aside for
which the late Mr. Cunningham hospital and school purpostse. and it
was held by the people of New West- is evident from the map that the peo-
mlnster The pallbearers were pie living here at that time had great
Messrs Slater, Fitzgerald, Pumpnrey, faith in the future of the city.
Stlnchcombe, Howes and Hughes. One of the most remarkable fea-
Marchie & Sons had charge of the tures of the map ls that some of the
funeral arrangements. assessments are marked on it in red
���.|    ink.    The  figures  have  been   put  on
after the map was printed, and it is
Home   Rule   Question. difficult   to  say  just   what   year  they
"If the prime minister's home rule   are for, Dut they probably date back
tli
tho motion.    Alderman
! ,   voting    and    Aldermen
Gray, Jardine,  Johnston    and  Welsh
all Villi $   ��� ��� :i.
Why?
In Altl'Tman   Johnston's  report   for
the finance committee, he suggested
that the pound keeper bo Instructed
to appi      bi fore the committee
London, Feb.  21,���Parliament   was
^  formally   opened   this   afternoon   by
t  had been  employed   to   examine i King Edward, accompanied by Queen
AJexandra, anu is uo
and reauy for in.
sion.
i ue state opening
ai I  the pomp anu  pageantry   associated with tne occasion since the ac
measure   of   last   year   for   extending
the legislative functions of the legis-
! latlve   council   in   India   and   increas-
'; ing
ihe
The guards about the former mon-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ifch have been ordered never to leave	
he and Alderman Smith voted against 'i,;.,, aione for a moment.   The Young |cessi6n 0I Henry VI11
Bryson    re-j Turks fear  lie  would end   his   life.      uppermost  in  tne "minds of
should he meet violent death the (thousands who witnessed tne specta-
Young Turks know they would be ac- [ck) iu l|K, 8treetg aml aul0Ug Uly 00.
cused with doing away with him, and oupant8 0l Ua, uencnes in the gilded
the present regime would suiter In chamber was the thougnt of the forth-
consequence. coming tight wmcii threatens the very
 .existence of  the  hereditary house of
lords, and  many felt that  they  were
_    ,,     , , ., ���.. .   ���,. i spectators of acts preluding historic
Pauline Johnson, the great Mohawk |ohaMM iu iimltutions many centur
uo>. fully organized 1 *ut>   ln*-'   number   of   their   members,'speeches of  cabinet  members exam-
u   J,,, l-   i.t  ��hs  *��. I these   bodies   have   been   elected  and   ined, and only one of them contained
; have   met.     They   have  entered  with   a  voluntary   reference  to home  rule.
iii"   was  marked  bv 'eood  promise  upon  the enlarged  du-(The government wants  the  effect of
A      �������� A   ties and  responsibilities entrusted  to ,the   prime   minister's   declaration   to
^^^^^     >sponi
them."
Reply   to   the   Speech.
The lirst business lo be transacted
in   the   House  oi   commons   was  tue
adoption   without   division  of a motion setting aside tne sessional order,
declaration, made just before election,   to the seventies,
had been taken seriously in England, ;      Realty  Values Then  and   Now.
as it was in Ireland, the other ques-      Th(i most valuable piece ol proper.
tions would ail have been dwarleU        ty a, Umt Umf, w&f. Uu, ^ op wMoh
1    Mr.  Balfour said that  he bad 18*   tho Dominton    TrU8t    butiQmg    now
stands, and It beat's tbe figures $1200.
At present the assessment on that
lot Is $40,000.
Two hundred dollars wns the value
of the lot on which the Daily News
office Is situated, and the corner on
which Read's store now stands was
worth $1000.
Lots on Royal avenue were listed
at $50 and $100. as was most of the
property  off Columbia  street.
The assessment for the whole block
between  Queen's avenue    and Third
be, as the doctors say, local and not
constitutional.
All  Want Something  Different.
The  Lords  and  all  paities  In   the
House of Commons  wanted  the
form   of   the   House   of   Lords.
Labor   party   wanted   to   altolisn
Pauline  Johnson Coming  Back.
with
iii Mb books, vouchers, eta   Tne BUg* Doet-entertalner,   who,   after   taking
gestlon  was    adopted    without   com- ,j omUm B0Ciety by! storm, has settled
^: ....- also suggested thai, the quietly in Vancouver for a eeason,
matter of securing an auditor be left will appear again In Princess nau.
In the hands of the mayor and that Sapperton, Tuesday evening, Maich
Fltz Muse, the old man who had his |t    glle wiu gjve iU1 entirely new pro-
re
Hie
tne
prohibtiug peeis from participation in i^ouse of Lords altogether.    The Na-
elections.    At the conclusion of  this   U(m.lUbIS aIlll the English and Scotch   avenue, and between  Sixth^and Sev
business the debate ou  the address |memberB wanted a reform of the con-
in repl- to the speech from the throne 'Btitut|on.    The   Irish   wanted   to   get
was begun. ,     M    ' out   of ' the   constitution    entirely.
of    debate  in the |Lookjjjg under the surface, how could
In   the   course
H broken a couple of months ngo,
be asked to appear before the finance
committee and tell his tale.
Mayor Lee and Alderman Jardine
were appointed to go to Victoria to
reprrs, nt -N'ew Westminster in a conference to be held with the government re good roads nnd municipal
ownership of telephones. Tro dele-
gates will act In co-operation with
those from Vancouver and other municipalities.
The usual mass of correspondence
*as deall with in a summary manner.
A letter front the eierk of thP municipality of Burnaby asking the city
tn pul    certain  streets    in  repair  to
eonnert with improvements in Burnaby �����,.��� received and filed. Reeve
Byrne and Councillor Hill were present and spoke on the subject.
changes
ies  old. ^^^^
The  ceremony   did   not
wardly from scores of
openings mMi^ZTmSS SrtTf the"^ House of Commons ,���
adopted   the   finance   bill   the   lords |    Mr
mt   differ   out- Hruse of Lords on the address in re- | he govei.nment say  that  they  knew
nievdous state p.y to the king's speech, Lord Lands-     hftt wafj the opinion of the country
Sresenw close downe. leader of the opposition, said I       any  of  lh,   great  lB8ueB    belore
* _ . .._ _.  ,.  *,,���  ..��   n.>n^.,  nf Commons   .,	
the uniform of an
gram with the exception oi "The Sue-   ish
the    Season,"    her    -,"--,"<r
Bv-
   navy,  having  been	
cesa   of   the    Season,     ner   closing j pointed au admiral of the fleet
sketch, which she will repeat bv re-  ery corner of tne chamber was filled,
.        "aaaaai .    . U11 (1   I lie   VII I i e, 1      COIOlillgSOf      thep,CIS
quest "" '   "*- ' .      	
enth streets is listed at $500.
Although these values seem to he
ridiculous at the present time, they
must have appeared high then, for at
that time there was no railway in
prospect and the only means of communication was by boat.
Map   Slightly   Damaged.
The map was found all rolled up
and in a slightly damaged condition,
-    ,    ,   .      P        ,������   but   Mayor  Lee  rescued  it  and  has
the power of manipulating from top framed.   It may be seen in his
i   tlm  whole  constitution  ot   _,a	
Her   shorter   poems   ;lI'^,lc' ' JjYJhops 'and Judges' robes, the court   cial
gends, Interspersed with sparkling
anecdotes and explanations, make an
evening any Canadian should be
to remember. The London
in the .New York
"Tekahlonwake, in
^^^^^^^^ the liery blood of
Mohawks (who is herself a daugh-
atv' chief ti. H. M. Jolin-
isliyon, head chief of tiie
80III THIEVES HOED CP
MEN IN FRONT OF JAIL
nsations of the past sea-nween t -
- ������--   ture.    Proposals  will  be  laid  Deiors
vou with ail convenient speed to de
of the
only an accotn-
Coal Creek, B. C, Feb. 21.���A posse
ls Bearchlng today for the two men
who hold up and robbed J. W. Quincy,
f Fernie, B, C, and Thomas H.
Baird, head grocery clerk for the
Writes Wood company at their store
ne'e Saturday night, as they passed
city jali, and got $1800 in cash
beques,
Quincy, ns usual on nights, went
0 Coal Creek to get the day's collec-
luilJi. and Halrd was accompanying
""i down the hill to the midnight
train for Fernie. Both thought they
*''"' victims of a Joke and attempted
J�� "aw their guns. Several sound
[n"B from the highwaymen's guns
���aenced them, however.
proud
correspondent
World says
whose veins runs
���
ter  of the
son, Ouwanon���^^^^
Iroquois confederacy in Canada), was | differences
one of the se    ^	
son; for this gifted daughtei
Red Indian race is not
pllshed reader of her own verse, but
her poems are of un unusuahy high
order. Clad in her native costume,
she appeared before some of the most
fashionable audiences, and her rendering  of   her   compositions  captured
ulmiratioii.     Civilization    has
with its tine qualities. |
       d and  brilliant.    Her
figure is Imposing and sets off to advantage the Indian trappings of her
rich buckskin garments. The force
vigor of her work has
to bottom the whole constitution -. offipp
the country. Another find made in the vault was
Session Will Be Short. an envelope containing a reprint, evl-
Mr  Asquith, in rising to reply, was dently made from the map described
loudly cheered.   He supposed that the above.    On   th e  env elope   was    in
to the ttroM.of rnnce mo��i��~. ^ flnance  m  the  Iord8 Balfour cloged by (lueslion,���g
Henry of Prussia   The fonmn JW   were ready to expedite its passage, al-| w]letlier  ,t  was  p08siblp  to  entrust
recently   ap-  though   the opinion  in  regard  to  4t | &ollcil>-  to a representative assembly
was unchanged.
The proposed sequence of events
was clear, he said. First, the financial  bill  was to  be  disposed of and
diplomatic.   ��val   .ne   -mm   ***  ^"���.'SlTSt ^f %��\\S
Landsdowne  Is Amazed.              record.   ^^^JJj^g^JS considerable curiosity, but no expla-
Lord Landsdowne expressed amaze- , Jisw"^ ^        y announced    legisla- nation  of  the  desire  for  secrecy  on
ment at the  audacity  of tne govern-   gM   f,    einme.                           ^   ^ ^ ^ Q, ^    fQ                        who
ment assuming  the  right  to     make   Uon, ana ��MW��J   "^ would be put the map away has been discov-
Buch proposals on the strength,ot the i���^^ thls scgslon. ered.
recent  elections, in  which  thc>   nau ,    ���The ^^ o{ Lords," said the pre-	
obtaine-d a majority  only  by reiyus |           .                  rejected tbe budget, I
- "���"'" "hk"dm""'wrUdwe 'feLr-a i__s_dinwB wieluer takes
of brilliancy.
The   King's  Speech.
King    Edward,  in     a   momentous
speech from the throne, said in part:
"Recent   experience   has    disclosed
serious  difficulties   due   to   recurring
ces  of  strong   opposition   belie two branches of the legisla-
in their councils.
You  think  this  a sutficient  man-
tlelr ^^
touched her
She  Is cultivate
THREE BQI.L4BS FROM JAP
the
and
Sir Wilfrid  Has Bad Cold.
Ottawa, Feb. 21.���Sir Wilfrid Lau-
k r '"still confined to his house suf-
rln�� from a coid, but expects to be
oul tomorrow. Hon. L. P. Brodeur
wn,UnueB ,0 show improvement, but
Hii'i""  n^y be able  to leave for
""Ida before about the end of the
and dramatic   ..0...  -
a barbaric swing of primal emotion
Miss Johnson will  be  assisted by
Miss  Thompson,  pianist.
Chambertain   In   France.
���-"SphF^eS,��
Satosman, arrived here today.
BEAVERS WILL BE STRONG
"N NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Here is the present line-up of the
Beavers for 1910:
Catchers-Joe  Sugden. Jim  Jj��
gan, Dick Boettlger, Burrldge, Doran
and Piece. Erlckson.
Pitchers-Brinker     *. ^    B(J
Brve Jensen.   Hwry wl||lftm
WfcnL   Wli'tamson,    Sklllman.
Thiele,  Cass,   yv ,^      Hj
Standridge
I   HllJllI)    .1       v*     am,,.   .
in   the   opinion   use the last expression advisedly, be-   mem  u
Id  provide  that   cause lf the words of  His  Majesty's ��� people,
so constituted  speech have any meaning at ad that I    A ���e
...-- .. j in  the
nance in legislation
"These   measures,   in   ....*   "''������""������   CBUBe [t the words of His  ��*��y��|--��meeting of the Irish Nationalists
of  my  advisers,  should  ProMgthg h ftny meanlng at Bl, that      A meeting ot     e was
Is house should be so cons.ituted  J^ they mean... he.d  today to determine the party's   ^se    in    unarne    Batos    resiauranc
d empowered as to exercise impar                 Landsdowne insisted that the J�� government pro-   late yesterday evening at the point of
'"-   0'""���',  to Dr0D08ed  leg,s!a '           v���"',   ""��'"'"'    nn   8UCh ' Johh Redmond, leader of the   a revolver and forced the Nipponese
A gun man, vaguely described as
white, ta.l and slim, held up a Japanese    in    Charlie    Sato's    restaurant
an
pram.    _ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Irish   parliamentary   party,   presided,   t0  part  with   three   dollars,  all  the
and that he is in a mood to fight un-  cagn he had on j,im>
less Premier Asquith clears the way j    The fire-iron artist left in a hurry,
for Irish aspirations may be gathered   after getting the money, and has not
from his appeal to the people of Ire-   been Been Bince.
land, issued this morning, for party |    The  ^-^  haVe  been  notl_.e_  of
the incident.
Verdict of Suicide.
Harry    K"88-
Haggin,
Inflelders���James, Breen, Scharn-
weber, Sampson, Smith,    Broadbent,
Outfielders���Capron, Clynes, Swain,
Tallant, Bassey, Adams, Crocker.
tion the functions of Initiation, revis- �� & an(J declared tnat the real
Ion, and���subject to proper saie- oplnlon of the House of Commons
guards���of delay." waB against the government.
Prince of Wales to Travel. i
"My .""tions with al.  foreign pow- | Balfour Criticize. Speech.
ers continue to be friendly. The es- Arthur J. Balfour spoke for the
tablishment of the union of South Af- 0j)pOBition. He criticised the kings
i-ica has been fixed for the end of gpM.cn Ior it8 ambiguity, particularly
May when its new government will on the navai question. He had hoped
be constituted, and soon after the for a declaration that the govern-
first parliament, representing the con- ment waB prepared to face the situa-
solidated electorate, will be ready to tlon and pr0vide everything necessary
be assembled for its Important dellb- for the defense of the empire. The
erations. general  election had been  primarily
"I am sending my son, the Prince on U)e budget, and he was not quite
of Waies to make an extended Jour- Bure what the country had pro-
ney  through  my South  African pos-  nounced.
sessions In the autumn, before the j ..Wnen the budget," he said, has
opening, in my name, of the first 'recoived a cold and chLly but numer-
legislature at Cape Town. lca.ll>' adequate support in this house
"It is with peculiar Interest and lt wll, doubtless become a law. It
pleasure that I contemplate this visit, BeemB that tbe majority of the con-
when my son will have the privilege, Btituencies in Great Britain are P'e-
not for (he first time, of inaugurating pared t0 support that budget, but can
the parliamentary life of a great u be pretended that Ireland favors
united dominion and will convey to ,t? ,f ire|and abstains from oppos-
Soutb, Africa, on Jbehalf ot my*K ,np tne budget it will be because the
and  the empire,  our  ardent praises   Ir)gh  memberB think that the inter-
for the welfare and future progress   egtg of home rule override those of ,���       ���   ���~   ,          -. ��� ^   ta>kA_
of her people. flnance. and I hoid that If the budget 'elections are necessary, but as both  day to Box ten rounds before the Bad-
The Indian Council. were isolated from all other questions   had  good  majorities  there  ls   Uttle  ger  Ath.etic  club  of  Milwaukee  on
"In   conformity    to an    important  n would be rejected. i danger of their losing their seats.        *eDruary n.
funds.
Dissolution Soon.
"This appeal," said Mr. Redmond,
"is vitally  urgent  by  reason of the
strong probability that another dis- i The coroner-B jury WhiCn waB em-
solutlon of parliament will be upon paneled to inquire into the death of
us immediately���perhaps before Eas- j B sargent has returned a verdict
ter" , m..\\ \ot suicide while temporarily Insane.
Premier Asquith has filled the va- Tne body iB Deing neid at the mor-
cancles in the ministry, which is an tuary parlors of Murchie ft Sons un-
indication that he expects the gov- tll word jB received from one of hit
ernment to pass safely through the brothers, who is practicing law III
crisis. The new ministers are Wil- Portland. No word has yet been re-
11am Wedgewood Benn and Ernest Jo- 'ceived from the father of th�� unfor-
seph Soares, Junior lords of the treas- |tunate man. ^^^^^^^^^^
ury; Edwin Samuel Montague, under
secretary for India; C. William Norton,    assistant   postmaster    general.
Mr. Norton succeeds Sir Henry Nor-      _
man, who failed of election. I    Milwaukee, Feb.  21.���Jimmy ClaJ��-
This completes the ministry. In by, of Milwaukee, and Young Lougl
the   case   of   the   Junior   lords   by- ey. of Philadelphia, were matched to-
Lightweights   Matched.
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FOR    BALE ���  Waterfrontage,      20   ->n sixth avenue, between Second av-
chalriH of  wa'fTfronta^'-  on   Fraser
rivr-r.  New  Westminster,  J4',o per
acre.   Thl�� u the cheapest buy on
the market.
enue and Third streets.
N E W  V," B 8 T M INSTER
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New Wellington
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Fool  :' Slxtt
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FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
UNION  LODOB,  No,  9, A.  Y.  I  A.
a.'   regular  meeting    oi thin
Lodge Is held on tl -. ttr��i Wo&tu i ���
'    ��� ��� ��� :.   month,  St   I 0'�� lO( k  I/;/j ���
i/; '���'   Masonic 1 ample,   Dr. v/. a,
DeWoll Smith, secretary.
commencement,
GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK.
Per 0   B. Conner, Agent
2'<,  1S10.
Jan
L/ND   REGI8TRY   ACT.
Re   8uhdivi
���UBVI r*0R,
A    (���    COTTO
DOMINION  AND i;   '    LAND BI H
vt-yiit, ii, .'.';iW',i,.p| I- Inaru i Co.'s oi
',.. '��� o ���' i Cm Us' di ii- store Co
ItMnbaS strset, Nsw IVestmlnster,
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Lion,   g,   4,   5,  8  Of   Lot  43,
Suburban   Block   6    New   Westminster fclty.
WhetAss, proof of the loss of Cer.
tlflcate of Title No. am, Issned In
the name or Annie Brown, has been
died in this office.
I   Notice Is hereby gfven that I shall,
��������� u th8 expiration or one month from
K. of P. bnllding, corner ofAgnlS fri*?-*--.^ flr,t poM,Cfttto�� "*��
WILSON  4. COOK
Northern   Croz/n   Bank   Building   New
Wes'-rinster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
N0TIC7 RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
THE   STEAMER
W. RICH
TRANSFER Teaming and Ex-
1        pressing.
KI   fi    SOLOMON    LODGE   Ho.  17,
a  f h. a   M    i('i"jir.r commonlca��
Uons of this lodge are held on  Oi'-
K<e'-o/jii Tuesday In each month in
ths Masonic Temple at 8 i<. m. '���'
Broad, secretary,
L   0. I... No   11M.   Meets   In
All   bo ts  having  full  mast-  must
pass on the sooth side of the draw
By order. v. _, DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
f Ity Hall, Jan. 2'.i. 1010.
CABINET  making.
**i>***t**ff    /   *   *   s   ,    *   *   s  *   ***4f*a****** S'^+**mf
i)    v    LBWTHWA1TK,    CABINBT-
iimkt i and  upholsteror, (25 Clark
c,</n   iiti'ii    (behind   I'-'in block).
PurnJture mnd�� and repaired, mi��-
Itlon   fm nil nil-  In   In   anil  Oak
and Eighth Streets, on the firs't'anri   ths "A^JSlllSlUtSS^ '"
third Fridays of each m--"-  ���'  ~...-../. w Westminster, issue
iniru BTioayi of sach month, Henry   a duplicate of the said   ' , ie.    ���     , ���
:;Xvw-M-::'"J- ��u��teo��.!.����__,___&���S2^SJSI^^SlJ^^ay^aSJSS.SE
y- ,'"' made to m0 In wrltlne.
DVF.Ci*   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL ORANOB LODOB, No. 1698,
Meets in k. of p, building, corner
Agnes ami Eighth streets, first nnd
third Wednesdays of each month
ai 8 ii m. Leigh Netherby, vv. M,;
w. Bcott Phlpps, recording secretary; ,i, MacLsan, financial secretary,
It'iVAi,   city   CHBMICAL   CLEAN
sri and dyer��, 840 Columbia street, '��� ,"��� ��- '''���' Royal niy Lodge No. :;������
phono R278.   Ths plocs whsrs ths '!'1"' regular meetings of this lodge
dirt an'i dual la removed from the ",'''' '"'ll1 '" ""w odd iTellows' Hall,
fibre   noi presssd in.   Goods called i Blghth street, corner of Carnarvon
tin and dciiv-ri'M. etreet, every Friday evening al 8
' oViock.    ii. ,j. rjoai n. O.j  w  H
FIHH   AND  GAME. I    ��rr' r'r"r<^n', secretary.
IIKNHON   K.   AVIJNd.   1'IHII    KltlllT, i'' ���?'   ��'   K;'   A,""y   L<"*��e   Nn.   27���
..    . ..��� .. _.���__..' i   The regular
('. H. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titjes.
Land Registry office, New Westmln-
-*"  ~  (',., February 2, 1910.
Hter, H
Will leave the Brackman-
^Ker    Wharf    for   Ladner,
i Westham ^Island and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
dealf:!: IN
WOOD
730   FOURTH   ST. PHONE R=2?
(lame, ifagntahlee, etc Dean Block,
noil  lo ll.mk of Monlresl.
^^^[rURNlTURE
W.   IC.   PALES,   THE   FUIINITUIU
Dealer, Upholsterer ��'ni Undertaker,
meetings of UiIh lodge
are    held    In     Odd
eor. Carnarvon
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the wesl half of section 81
ii, North, range G wobt, New Wei
1 block
star district."        " eBtmln'
Whereas -Proof of the loss of Cer-
""���'"" "' Title No. B214P, issued In
the name of J. a. l, McAlplne  has
been filed in this office,
Nonce is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
, ��� .-Tl-,!?��� ***��� ot ^e first publication hereof
)dd   Fellows   hall, l'�� a dally newspaper pubUshed in the
and Blghth streets,, City of New Westminster Issue a. do.
'���very   Monday   evening at 8 O'clock, j Pjioats. of tho Bald  corllflnalo   nnlesH
J. -w'-MOtt,,N. 0.| W, O. Coatham, In the meantime valid objection he
P, '.., recording seoretary;  it. A.  made to me in     ���"
Moore, Qnanolal secretary.
corner AgnHanfi MoKencIs streeiH. . I. o. o.  f.,  neuiaii   itehekah  lodite '
��� il.  imi ii. i.... K' .. r        mi. .
Phone nn, iiinhi call si
nn
wilting.   ^^^^^^
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
       MUSIC.
MIIH.   C,   Ci   FIHIIKII,   K\ PUPIL  OP
CiiiIoIIh Autelll, Oxford, nnd Q,  P
I'Iiiim,   Mini.   Mac    Oxiiii.,   teacher   of
muslo, i;ini'.iiir, and harmony,
regular   meetings of Land Registry ouice, Now Westmln-
Odge   are   held   ln   n,.w   Odd i    Bter, II. C, January 27, 1910.
No
I hi      ^	
Peliows' hall, Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon Street, ev��ry first
and third Thursday of each month
8 n fv&u**   TM,ay  M(lt,1"H0"' I '���''1>'>I��-K for hall, or toilet.   For wash-
NMJ.j Miss m. d Johnston, ceore-1ing_ nndercl?thinSi it    iH JSiSSl
���Lifebuoy Boap in delightfully re-
.    I, I.....    a 1 . a .... ���'
I Cleanses and purlflcH.
Kelly .Douglas Co.,Ltd
Will Open Their Branch Warehouse at 701-705 Front Street
ONMONDA Y. FEBRUAR Y 21
A Full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tobacco andlCigars Will be Carried :: ::
Prompt attention Given MAIL ORDERS
Phone No. 662 City Delivery Free I'
cqDAY   FEBRUARY 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Men.s F
$<;.&0 Boots I
Men's Waterproof
Working Boots
.- $0 to $7 Brown Moose   High   Cut   Bluchers,   barrels   of
for    _. $4-50
- $5.60 and $6.60 Chrome Kip,  12  and  16  Inch  top.  Pros-
is,   now     %Z.9S
s Heavy Tan Scotch Grain    Bluchers,   absolutely    water-
proof .,   .....;    cap .-  ... ��t-3->
Men's S3 50 to 14.uu Box Calf and Buff Bluchers, solid leather,
pair.. $25��
'a $2 75 to $3.50 Fine Dongola   Boots,   barrel   price  today,
.$1.95
Olilv       m*.    m*tr ...<..�� ��� ...���.a     ala-a ���	
Half a Hundred filled to overflowing with good
shoes, priced less than Eastern makers would charge
to make them. Where others save you a few cents,
Johnston saves you dollars. This most sensational
Shoe Sale will continue ALL THIS W_EK.
WATCH FOR THE
BARRELS m
Ladies' $4.50 and
$5 Shoes for $2.95
Empress $1 to $1.50 Shoeg for  $2.65 and $2.95
Women's Patent  Leather instructor   Shoes,   regular   $3.5u   to
$4.00,  barrels of them, for $2-50
Women's   $4.60   Viscolized  Gun   Metal   Bluchers,   with   heavy
double   soles,   now $2-95
Women's $3  Fine Kid BI whets    $1-75
Women's $1.50 to $1.75 House Slippers    95c
Women's $1.60 to $-'.00 Pelt  Romeo's,  now    95c
Women's   $1.00   German  Pel)   Slippers    35c
Children's 76c to 90c House   Slippers    25c
WATCH FOR THE
BARRELS
$6.50 values
in
Men's Boots
for
$4.95
Men's English Grain Bluchers, double viscolized soles;
the most waterproof boot in
the store,
$4.95
Do these prices
interest you ?
We can give you
Barrels of such
bargains.
Sale   Continues
ALL WEEK
SPECIAL
PRICES
On Boys' Boots
Boys'    Boots,   regular    price
being   $2   to   $3   a   pair,   now
 91.50
Youths'   Boots,   adzes   11  to
13 ���1'40
Children's Boots, regular 75c
to  $125,   now   per   pair   only
25c to 60c
$5 & $5.50
Patent Leather
Boots
for
We have barrels of our regular $5 goods going for, per pair,
$3.95
Sale  Continues
ALL WEEK
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JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
dale, I, Barbara Anderson of New
Westminster, B. C, Intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to Drospect for coal
and petroleum under the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Barbara Anderson's northwest corner,
sel at northeast corner of District
Lot 20fi, thence south one mile,
thence east one-lia,f mile, thence
north one-half mile, thence east one-
half mile, thence north one-halt mile,
thenoe west one mile to point of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDE'tSON,
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 29. 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23. New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the  loss of Certificate  of  Title   Number  14,068a,  issued   in   the   name  of  William  Kox-
Iburgh, has been died in (his office.
Notice is hereby given that l shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the date of the llrst publication
hereof In a dallj newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster,issue
|a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime vnli-.l objection
be made to me ir  ���v.'illnt;.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. ('., February 11, 1010,
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
of Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply
for a license to prospee) for coai and
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marker) L.
E. Cruickshank's southwest ccrner,
set on the section line between townships in and 1fi. about one mile south
of where said section line intersects
witli tlie southern boundary of District Lol 40, group 2. New Westminster District, thence east one mile,
ary of District Lot 64, group 2, N^w
Westminster District, a. distance of
about 20 chains, thence west to the
southwest corner of said District Lot
(!4, group 2. a distance of about 14
cliains, thence north to the southern
boundary of Districi Lot 403, group
2, a distance of about 31.50 chains,
thenc west to the southwest corner
of District Lol 404. group 2 a distance of about 55 chains, thence north
lo the southeast corner of District
Lot 40, group 2, a distance of about
If.50 chains, thence west to th , section line bet veep lowiisliips 1' and
16, a distance of aboul 10.45 chains,
thence south to tlie point of commencement, a distance of about one
mile, and containing 405 acres more
or less
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,    Ter    Alex.    Cruickshank,
A cent.
January fis. IP in.
WELSH,
EVANS  &
DARKE
Phone 512
HOMES
ttT'AA   ('!IS'' u'" sec'
nhll.l    ,",i" six-room
vjfvvv   26j  Ilp.ll.  Cll|.
cash will secure new well-
in house. 22 by
line.      Price
$1050. all sorts of terms for balance.
Genuine  snap.
(M IF A ciisn antl Dalanc0 ot $4250
W /ill as mortgage at six per
T,*'l/Vcent will buy beautifully
situated well-built house on Eighth
street; furnace and all modern Improvements.    Worth attention.
One  full   acre   land,  with
well   built   12-room   houBe
with    all    improvements;
barn for three teams, cowshed, etc.,
icar half block away, very  central location.    Terms  $2000  cash,  $1000 In
six  months, balance as mortgage.
$7000
$35001
will     buy     large      house,
newly finished, Fourth avenue, one-half cash, balance
to arrange.
ACREAGE
Best location and ripe for subdividing���Two acres, snap for shrewd
buyer. Cash required $GB0, balance
to arrange.
Four acres on Chilliwack car line.
Snap.
29 acres in Cloverdale.
70 acres In Surrey, five miles from
bridge.
Strawberry Hill, 5 acres, with
buildings; rich land; $1350, half cash,
balance to arrange.
WELSH,
EVANS &
DARKE
6 Guichon Block
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trimmed and   - shed .a roost fetel - g rfyles.
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Holbrook Cafe
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKET.:
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HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St. - - J. .A DRY: .a. Prop,
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al e   >lor and also bib.';?:, > ecial, per yard. 60c   - *
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at, u'-r yard 75c and $ 1.00
Fixdu.-Ave De:-:i^r.-:, a .Saltieryth.s, new colors in plain
self stripes, two tone stripes and novelty effects.
Ask to see these.   From, per length,
$8.75 to $12.50
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P.   PEEBLES
Real   Estate   Broker  and   Financial  Agent ���
620   COLUMBIA ST.
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awakanad tn the Importance o. Mi n   5Ve��tmln��t��i   [|  iru a ceandaioui at
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minion bave alraad) decided to ,H-
t.'ii/ihdi dapotf bara, irfaltat oibar
flrma of a ilfc<- charactai ara angagad
in tba pagtajgrr prallmlnarlnf to tha A Egg Beater, Cream
toklni ot almtlai itap*   [| win sol be VV7i/p or Mayonnaise
lonn befors F"ronl itraal li davotad
largaiy to wholatala and iblpplng
bouMB, Juiil. a�� In W/iii-i iiiicii In
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luch ii comblnallon of \��iiv,lilw\vi. ��� 	
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i��� lak'im piaoa,   Thai tbiaj latiifad-'      640 Columbia Street.
Store, Bank and Office
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ART'STiC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL-
I'.GS��� ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
\ NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
Why     change    Weetminater    to
"' rmlnater.    Ah   if tba   name   of
1
"GET   THE   HABIT"
A New Thing
Mixer. Regular 25c,
today to introduce,
15c each.
J.   EROOKES.   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and   Carline.
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Dog Medicine
All Kinds
Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
lory Rtatfl of Ibliixn ll llli'-ly to con-   We bu> fo. (;;ihT) an|] g0��� for the 8ame
tlniii'  we have no h-hhoii  1k donlil
English Watc'iiTidk?r
Oold V\'at<;aeH for Ladiai from |12./5
up.
Hllver Watchei, gentH' or>en '����;
18.00.
Silver Watches, k<:Mb' 0[��;n case,
17.50 up.
Agont for Waltham and 1'Jlgln
Walf:h��a.
Watch rnjialrlng a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doers  from   Ceo. Adam*. Grace*
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone its.     Barn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part oi tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
I Ryall's Drug Store
�� EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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LIST   YOUR PROPERTY  WITH
E. J. PADER
FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for gale city and suburban properties,
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timber lanas.
TELEPHONE 295. I '
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1510.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TAG- FIVE].
GORDONS
Dry Goods House
SPECIAL SALE OF
HOUSE LINEN
Bleached Irish Linen Table Damask, 60 in. wide
handsome pattern, special price, 50c per yard.
Bleached Linen Dolas, Bleached Butchers' Linen
Draw Linen, special price, 35c to 65c per yard.
Linen Crash Towellings and Glass Linens, Special
price, 10c to 20c per yard.
Buy Madapolum for fine underwear,  unrivalled
quality, price 22c per yard.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
NATIONAL     Verbose Eccentric
Finance Co.,
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Exposes 'Halley's Pet
(Continued from Page four.)
A HOME
and  atrocious,  but abortive,    lt was
beastly,    brutal, and   barbarous, but
j burked. It was cold, callous and calculating, but circumvented, it was
daring, dastardly and damnable, but
downed. It was extraordinary, extravagant    and   enervatnig.   but es-
I chewed.    It was foolish,  fearful  and
 Iftightful, but foiled,    lt was 	
I Before the wordy one could spear
: Curtis Blk., 657 Columbia St. lttl0,G-  lhe 8cribe  corrBlled the re"
Real Estate, Loans
and  Insurance
(Upstairs)
$5000
will buy two houses and two lots on
corner Fourth avenue and Third
street.    Good terms.
mainder of the alphabet and threw it
tnto the waste paper basket. The O
fell on the floor and rolled away, but
was recaptured by the office snake.
"Now, let me show you where Westminster, (mind you, I say Westminster, not Westminster, as som�� vandals might get it) where Matilda
wears her beads because of Halley's
! comet. Ninety and nine troubles, disorders, mishaps, c_ amities, trials
and tribulations have happened since
will   buy   13   acres,   subdivided   Into   that  luminous  streak  first   appeared
one-acre,   blocks   on   Chilliwack   tram 'In the sky.
$4000
r or
line   close   to   river,   only   $2000    re
quired, balance easy.
$900
i_ra��a
Liberal Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the New Westminster
Liberal Association will be held on Wednesday, at
8.30 p.m. in the Liberal Club Room. All Liberals are
requested to attend.
[Signed]   A. E. Kellington, President
J. W. McDonald, Secretary
Frlnstance, tell me,    did you    In
your wildest dreams ever dare expect
to see the Columbia street fishpond
covered with  coarse  planks,  a  pond
that had been the pride of the city I
for years, a ho,e that added grace nnd I
beauty   to   the    sidewalk   since    .he
days of 'W, a   receptacle for    rain i
I wherein   the   hurried   mlghl    bathe
SNAP���$200 secures a lot on Seventh   their feet ln  Its feculent   depths,  un-
Second   street.    Price   wittingly perhaps, but still they could
do it.    Never again will the Dominion '
Trust  block  he  the same,  its distln- ���
guishlng feature ls gone for ever.
"Then there Is the postofflce,   You !
iknow  there  Is  the postofflce.    |You
| dare not deny there   is a postofflce. j
How dare you  ."
The  scribe's  hastily  expressed belief in the existence of the postofflce
quelled the rising  tide.
"The postoffice   is   a three-storey
cash will handle a block of five lots
on Seventh avenue facing river.
Price   $2600.
avenue
$500.
$2300
[will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $800 cash required.
One  Hundred  Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
Is situated on the route of the New Westminster-Mlllslde car line
(to be built this summer), when It will double in value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH AND $25 PER MONTH buys a new seven-room house
In Sapperton;   a  good  buy. Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three ysars. This property Is on the direct route t> tie Stavs
Lake Power Company's property and is an excep ionallv good
buy  in  acreage. No .364
White, Shiles & Co
746 and 628 Columbia_St., New Westminster.
$1900
will handle a modern twelve room
house on Twelfth street, below
Fourth avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $5250.
$5000
of  being  like   these  men,  and   keep
your  money,   at   least  until  Halley's
building,' used  every  secular day  by '"transient  ts  gone.    If  you  buy  now
the peanut man as a shelter from the | you might get rich.'
elements.     On   the   Sabbath   it   pro
"Is   there   any   danger   when   this
NOTiCE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days after
vldes food for thought and an excuse ;coast passes through the tail of Hal-   date,   I   Alexander  Cr_Ckshank,   far-
tor   damning  the    department.     But i ley's   comet?"   Inquired    the    scribe. | mer, of Matsqui, B. C, intend  to ap-
you  musfnt    blame    Lemieux,    vou   The money talk did not interest him.    ply for a license to prospect for coal
.mus'nl   reproach   Laurier;   don't "tax I     "It Is quite liable to leave us In a  and  petroleum on the following des-
on  lot  66  by  132,  situated  on  Agnes   Ij](1V(, fieorge with Hie responslbt Itv   i comatose condition,"  volunteered  the   scribed lands:
 "    Loeb didn't do It.   But Halley's eo_- Eccentric One. I   Commencing at a postjet at.the
et's  sinister    Influence    did  It     Re- '    When the scribe recovered he was   southeast  corner of  District  Lot  05,
member that, and then pay your road ja.one-even the office snake had re-  group  2   New  Westminster  district,
��� tired. iim' marked Alexander Cruickshank s
north,'ast corner; thence west to the
will   buy   a   modern   nine-room   house
street, near First street. Only $1000
cash, balance one, two and three
years.
$500
tax if you dare.
''Listen to this sad, sad story.
Frank Mackenzie's guiding star. Al-
genlb, has come under tlie evil Influence of that blazing tramp of the
heavens, and now see what he has
done. Removed tlie toljs from the
Fraser river bridge. Taken from
will buy an eight-room house near .the wealth-burdened farmers of Del-
Keary   street,  Sapperton.    Only  $600 |ta  th-p   legitimate opportunity  of dis-
cash will secure a well-built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
$1800
TENDERS.
G���v9���3__i
EDMONDS   STATION
14 Lots left out ui" _8
cash required.
$1000
cash will handle a fully modern nine,
room house with cement foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
$2100
will   buy   FIVE    LARGF    LOTS
small  house, on  Second  street.
-800 cash required.
with
Only
$3000
-
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.
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
E. J. FADER
Telephone 295
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SELLING OFF
STACKS AND STACKS
OF BARGAINS
The fact is, our SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK is simply piling up so fast that we don't know how to stack it on our ^owes
there is no room. We have therefore decided to pile it up in BtacKS
and put such LOW PRICES on it as wi.l make it more P������
than a real estate deal to Invest for future as well as for present shoe requirements.
IT IS NO USE QUOTING PRICES. ^n��V\^��0^c��K
DOOR. COME INSIDE AND LOOK AROUND. EVERY STACK
MARKED   IN   PLAIN   FIGURES.
MD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
J. STEWART, Proprietor
will   buy   a   beautiful   ten-room   house
on   Third     avenue,     close   to     Sixth
posing of their American nlckles in
something else than beer. 1 propose
ii vote of censure nf Dennis MacKenzie for removing the bridge tolls"
"His name isn't Dennis," protested
th.   serlhe.
"Tt will dp next time. The farmer
will never forgive him for taking
away from them a Bteady cause of
grouch. l'e has made an awful mis-
tnke, but whal could you expect or a
man who rnmos under (lie malign In-
fluence of Algenib.
"Do yon remember thai day Hal-
ley's flash  leered.    It  was a bad leer.
'Sonielliinjr was sure to happen Instead of consulting the Royal Allegan-
ian Palmists and Suckerstringers, lhe
! council orders the census to be taken,
giving loner enough notice for every
one Interested lo invito a few friends
I to  spend   the  week    end  in   fhe  elty.
I'.uf  what's  the use.    Tlie enumerator?   could   not   total   un  more   tlinn
Intersection of the section line between sections 31 and 38, township
i-J.6, with the southern boundary of
Sealed tenders, addressed to the District Lot fit, group 2, New VVest-
Postmaster General, will be received minster District, thence Bouth one
1 at Ottawa until noon on Friday tlie mile; thence east one mile; thenoe
listh February, for the conveyance of north one mile to the point of com*
|llls Majesty's malls, on propose i con- men cement and containing about 040
(tracts for four years, ll and 30 times  acres.
I per   week   each   way,   between   the ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
| New Westminster Posi office and the1    January 28, 1910.
Canadian    Pacific    Railway    Station	
and tlie Qreal Northern Railway Sta-
i tion, from the l*1  April next
Printed   notices containing further
Information  as to  the condition   of      Re thg-east half of eeeflon 36, block
proposed   contracl   may  be  seen   and   -   Xn|.()l  range  (;   Westminster   Now
blank  forms  of Tender may  he ob-   Westminster district
Italned  at   the  Post  offle. B  of  New I    whereas. Proof of the loss of Cer-
| Westminster. Sapperton and Queens-  Ufllcate Xo b2ibf, [g8ued i��� the name
Iborough, and al the office of Hie lost   i|f ,   v L  M(,A||llm, na8 ,���., n ,������,, ln
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
OfTioo Inspector.
Posi Office Inspector's Office. Vancouver, li. ('., "Hi January, 1910.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Posi Odiee Inspector.
District   of   New   Westminster.
12.706.
I     believe     tlie     onumora-
street;   lot   66x132.     Terms   one-third [tors all lost their Job after lhe result
cash, balance six and twelve months,   was declared.    They deserved to.
"Because Halley's comet Is away
up In the skies, rea. estate prices are
iroinc up. That streak of luminosity
shows a bad example to the land, and
there is no knowing Where it will
stop. A man who listens to (lie honeyed words of a real estate man long
enough to condescend to sign a
cheque as a first payment on properly in Surrey Is liable to make a
big profit In a short time. Sudden
Increase ln wealth is had. Rich men
are. not happy, the three unhapplesi
mon In the world are rich. There's
Rockefeller, bald as a soekoyo;
there's Weyerhaiiser, he's taken to
the tall timber, and Harney flarnato,
he's  dead.     Isn't   that   awfur.    Think
Business Block
$7000
cash will handle a three story business block covering a lot 66x132.
This property at the present time is
bringing in a rental of about $3500
per annum. Price $35,000, easy terms,
terms.
$800
cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
north side, with unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THESE LOTS
ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
and were last year planted in potatoes.     Good   terms   can   be   arranged.
$3800
buys two full-sized lots centrally located on Agnes street, close to school
and churches; cleared, can bs delivered for $3800 cash.
55 acres in Langley, near Murray's
icorner;   V.   W.   &   Y.   runs   through
property, station on one corner. Price
$50 per acre.
Nine acres on ScoU road, V/2 miles
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.
[       $1000
secures lot 66x132 to lane, Royal avenue, near Tenth street. Price $2000.
Langley and Surrey Acreage
We have several choice pieces of
acreage on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
Good terms.
NATIONAL FINANCECO., Id
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
Tree Spray
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds  just
to hand.
List prices.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
this  ollice
Notice is hereby given thai l shall.
al the expiration of one month from
the date of the Ural publication hereof in a daily newspaper published 'n
(lie City or New Westminsti r, Issue a
duplicate or the said Certlfical ���. unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
o. s. K_rr���;
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  Office,  New  Westminster. B. C, January 27, 1910.
Take notice that I, Elizabeth Mc-
Culloch Bell, of Vernon, B. t'��� Intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked E.
M. Bell's southeast corner, se- ibout
one mile south of the polni where
thaj section line between Townships
13 and 1fi Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lol 46, group
2, New Westminster district, tbence
west one-half mile, thence north one
mile, thenoe oast one-haif mile to the        , ,,     , . .       ,,,,,.
point where the section line between All l,liins "f Proposed subdivisions
Townships 18 and lfi Intersect with of lands In the city, with profiles
the southern boundary of District Lot [showing approximate grades of
4(5, group 2, New Westminster dis-| streets, must be handed to the City
trict, thenoe south to the Pnln> of Engineer seven (7) days before be-
eonimencement, a distance or about j Ing presented to the Council for ap-
onn mile. proval.    By order.
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH PELL. | w. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, February 17, 1910.
CITY UF NEW WESTMINSTER
NOTICE   TO   B.  C.   LAND   SURVEYORS.
January 28, 1910.
Per George B. Conner. Agt.
HIPL0YH.S' MM
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Workmen can sue you without cost to themselves and they have everything to gain
and small chance to lose by so doing.
Persons other than employees accidentally Injured about the
premises Invariably sue for damages.
Regardless of their own responslblity for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
On the slightest pretexts employees may sue you, even fdr accidents caused by the neg.lgenco of a fellow-workman, and the
suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was Injured.
Employers and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk
ot this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
Credit of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business
firms ls sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage aultB.
To go to law means .osb of time, money and useless annoyance
and worry. ���,    ^.-^im.m ***i UN    il
Your profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident
unless you are Insured.
Only insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and
reduce your expenses to a minimum.
Under the protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from ah such annoyances. ���
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbu St.
PKone 62
The I
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Whia    if taken at the flood, leads on to Fortune."
The Time in the Tide of \ our Affairs is NOW
SAPPE
Increase in value daily, and If you want to Get In at
Bed Rock Prices, You Must
IT  TO-DA
$36
$8 Monthly
Will secure for you
Any of Our $300 Lots
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have been very busy and we have nothing like the number to offer you.
Follow the crowd and invest in SAPPER TON
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POR THIS GENUINE SNAP SEE ONLY
Welsh, Evans & Darke
6 Guichon Block
Phone 512
Over Annandale's Grocery
Entrance McKenzie Street
I ^one 512
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******* www^ww^.^^^^^^,.   ���      tim ,���[4^ TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
District of  New  Westminster.
Tll;e notice that thirty days after
������te I, George B. Conner, of Matsqui,
B 6., intend to apply to Assistant
Commissioner of Lands, New West
minster District, for a license to pros-
ect for coal and petroleum on and
under the following land s:
Commencing at a post situated at
the southwest corner ot District Lot
4<i group 2, New Westminster District, and marked George B. Conner's
npvtliwest corner, thence south along
tnf section line between section 32
.irii 33, a distance of one mile, thence
gjgl to the western boundary of Dis-
tricl Lot 47, group 2, New Westminster District, a distance of about 45
cliains. thence north along the western boundary of District Lot 47. group
2 New Westminster District, to the
northwest corner of said Lot 47,
croup 2. a distance of about four
chairs, thence east along thi> northern boundary of District Lot 47, group
<> tn the western boundary of District Lot 3f.fi, group 2, New Westminster District, a distance of about
15 chains, thence north alonn the
westerly boundary Of said District
],,��� !56, group 2, N'ew Westminster
District, to tiie northwest corner of
the said District Lot B5R. group 2,
New Westminster District, a distance
of aboul 66 1-2 chains, thence west
southwest corner Of the south-
cuter of Section 33, Township
ll i distance of about 20
,] ��� s thence north to the
isl       corner       of District
I ..    49,    group    2.    a    distance    of
19 1-2   cliains,     thence    west
the southern  boundary of snld
rict Lot 40, group 2, to the point
of   ��� immencement,    a   distance    of
aboul   ln chains.
GEORGE B. CONNER,
January 28, 1910. Locator.
NOTICE?"
District of New Westminster,
ke notice that thirty days after
,' .-��� I. Hamilton Chaimera Cruik-
of Summerland. II. C, farmer,
Inti nd to apply for a Hcens,. to pros-
pi ��� for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
C ��� mencing at a post  marked  H.
C.    ("I'likshank's    northeast    corner
et on the westerly boundary of
DIsl    ���  Lot  47. group 2. New West-
minstei   District,  about    four  chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot   17   croup  2. thence  wesl   a dis-
f 15 chains to the section line
between   sections   28   and     29,   town-
���':onep south one mile, thence
easl mile,  thence  north   to  the
rn boundary of District Lot 48.
2    thence   west   to   southwest
corner of said District Lot. 48, group
2, thei  e north to the northwest cor-
aid District Lot 48, group 2,
thenci "ast to tho westerly boundary
ol District  Lot  47,  group  2,  thence
north to the point of commencement.
H. C. CRUIKSHANK.
���ry 29. 1910.
LAND  ACT.
Forrr    | Notice. District of New West.
mlnstar.
notice   thai   John   Ferdinand
if  Nelson  Island, oci upation
intend?  to apply  for permis-
purchase  the  following  de-
1 uids:
enclng at  a posi  planted  ai
Itheast   corner   of   Timher   l.ot
7341   about  one   mile  northeasl   of
Billings  Bay,  thence north
to or near small laki ,th nc
chains,    thi nee    Bouth    10
thence w>sl 40 chains to point
mencement,   containing    160
iore or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
D ������ d at Nelson island, B. C., De-
'���     ������     29,  1909.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it wm be safe while you leave
It. and ready when you need it,
and it. will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
$4,000,000
.  4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Granny, Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes���Large StockLPlain^and
Fancy Glass
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
i ��� ��    ��� * met
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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SKATE
at   the
| Pythian Rink j
HOURS: *
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to  5
Evening 7:30 to 10
* PRICES:
Admission   10c;    Skates   15c
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
p.
no.
On Saturdays, 10 to 12.
all school children will be
furnished  skates for  10c.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645  COLUMBIA STREET,
TRUNKS,
VALIES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in" town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with   brass   corners.      Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00."
i
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to$18.
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No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Frac-
tl mal, Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated iu the New
Westminster   Mining   Division   ol
New   Westminster  District,  where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   wo,   Pitt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Free  Miner's Certificate  No.  B30434,
Intend 80 days from the dale hereol
l" apply to the Mining  Recorder for
8 Certificate of Improvement for ",('
Purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
e above claims.
And further take notice thai action
under section 37 must be commenced
before  the  Issuance  of such  Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 14th day of December,
A. D. 1909,
PI1 r  LAKE BRICK  AND   CEMBN1
CO., LTD., B. .1. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B80436.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
EGG S 2
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
Ooruer Eighth Ht. ��n��    Firth Arena*
PHONE   170.
Tenders   will   bo   received   bv   the
undersigned up to the 22d of Fobru-
1910, at 4 p. m., for the construction   of   Barnston    Island   dyke   and
works,
Plans nnd specifications may be
���'"ii and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston Island, or at the office of
Mr. H. Nevlle-Smlth, engineer In
charge, rooms 4-0, Duponf Plock, Co-
lumbia Rtrret, New  Westminster.
A deposit equal to five per cent
flf the amount of contract must be
made with each tender, by marked
cheque payable to the Commission's Barnston Island Dyking District,
w'ilch win be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The lowest or any
tender not n<ec.essarily accepted.
COMMISSIONDRS  BAFtNSTON
ISLAND DYKING DISTRICT,
C|0 It.  Nevlle-Rmlth,  C.  R��� Box 413,
N'ew Westminster, B. C. 	
TI1H  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared hy expert White
cooks ln the cleanest and most
sanitary   kltche'n   in   the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
;New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.
Barnston   Island  Dyke.
T'ie time for receiving tenders for
the above contract is hereby ex-
tr,nded until the 22nd Inst, at 4 P-
m.
COMMISSIONER  BARNSTON
ISLAND  TiYKTNO  DISTRICT.
Care   H.    Nevlle-Smlth,  C.   E,   Box
413, New Westminster, B. C.
China,
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Remember   this   when
you  want anything in
these lines.
Do You Want a
Furnace Installed
in your  house, if   so see us.     We sell the
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^ w^,**, _
r��^.��i^Ri^*jaVm-yr.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
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%     DON'T   FORGET  TO   VISIT   THE
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if yen specify our materials.
The quality of lime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and for that
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
��ind when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority nro paramount, because we can and do furnish
the hest grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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NEW
FURNITURE
STORE
Big Sale all this month,
everything reduced and
everything plainly marked.
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Westminster.
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If it is a
REAL ESTATE
Proposition, either|buying or selling, see
WELSH, EVANS & DARKE
��� 6 GUICHON BLOCK      PHONE 512
\    Entrance McKenzie St., above Annandale's store.
OPYRICHfj
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, ls what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA  STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the House" ,.(rlc Sad Iron is the . reatest boon pos
sible. No ie in lPssened  the   household   labor.     The  Electric
Sad Iron simple that a child can oponte It; and It can be used
ln any part of the house where there Is an electric light.    Iron    always hot;  no useless Walking or waiting;  Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call In and let us show   ���
them to you. ^
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
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$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
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lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Dame Fashion Now Presents the
New Spring Costumes and Suits
For Women
Coras and View  Them   in   Our   Garment   Departme
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Spring styles   Here tbey are.
$u.:< ar. i :os:u.-_es that are distinctly new in material and desiirr.. ���
toe pron meed to be in good taste butall unmistakably the very latest
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something that strikes an entirely new fashion note.
Qua:;:y is o_ the highest order in these advance Spring garments,
are excellent, workmanship exemplary, linings and findings of the
desirable erade.
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IN THE GATHERING TOGETHER OP HOUSE FURNISHINGS WE ARE LEAVING NO STONE
UNTURNED IN OUR ENDEAVORS TO MAKE THE SHOWINU THE MOST COMPLETE YET
SHOWN   IN   THE   CITY.     IF   YOU   DESIRE   NEW   THINGS  YO U   MUST  SEE  OUR   RANGE  TO   3E
SATISFIED.
New Colored Madras Muslins
Showing  new  colorings in Cathedral and Colonial effects���D:,rk   Red.   .Brown   a_d  Qrocn   la
two-tone arrangement of eo'ors.    Per   yard ..*-cj*k-    45c to *oc
CREAM  MADRAS, in t .(��� newest designs, all widths, per > 11 ....-^. ,   20c t: (Ol
SPOT AND BROCHE M ISLINS. 30 to 4S widths, with varlo us designs in spots, iace, stripe fc^<l
crossbar effects,  per yard u 20c t: We
HEMMED   AND   LACE- EDGED MUSLINS���Plain  Muslins m \de up with wide hem and setting %-
lace insertion, shown ln whi e  only,   with  trimmings  of ecru or  white.   Per yard 35c and 40c
Bermuda Cloth
a silky finished, plain material, appropriate for stenciling purposes, being firm
and even in weave. Shown
only in soft shade of ecru
and reseda green; width 54
inches.     Per   yard 60c
New Neckwear Just
to Hand
Neckwear novelties that
are immensely popular
styles that wi.l have a tremendous run this season.
Dutch Collars, Embroidered
and    Plain    Linen    Collars.
JABOTS���The first spring
showing of these lines is
now a feature of the Neckwear Section.
Colored Allover Spot
Nets, 50c a yard
Cream, Ecru, Old Rose,
Alice Blue and Black Nets,
with coin spots in so.id colors, 18 inches wide, fine-
meshed and ���strong. Per
yard   50c
Plain and Spotted
Nets
36-inch White, Ecru and
Cream Nets, ln many sized
meshes.   Per vard 25c to 60c
Ottoman Cords
Resilda Cloths, Satin
Stripes, Two-Tone Grey
Striped Suitings, etc. Abk
to see the new goods. No
trouble to show them.
Special Low Prices on
Wool Blankets
Indications are that -?
may have some more cold
weather. If you are In need
of warm bedding remember
the fact that low prices I ���
vail on all our Wool Blankets, Comforters, FUnr< -
ette Blankets, etc.
The First Showing of
New Dress Goods
The Dress Goods Section
Is rapidly being filled UP
with ths new Spring *******
ot Wool.en Fabrics.
W. S. COLLISTER
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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