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ASSURANCE
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY  MORNING,  FEBRUARY  10,  1010.
FIVE CENTS PE1
UVE WK WHS
VORKMAN AT BARNET
Breaking of Power Line Results in Death of One and
Injuries to Two Men.
rhe switching  off  of  the  e.ectric
... btg for al i half an hour In this
,'IV vesterday evening was accompan-
S by a tragedy at tbe B. C. B. R
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Barnet, where   the
from   Lake   Buntzen
owerhouse    al
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Mg J in when Mr. Webster was
electrocuted and two other workmen
.overely Injured.
Men had  been   at  work   there  for
���'      ,  WeeU or ten days changing
tbe insulators  for higher  power  ma-
ano  m order to get  the job
anmileted as quick as possible anight
���,,.'    ad l n put on.   A number ol
men  were   busy   about   nine   o clock
',,.;������ tbe necessary changes on a
1 ;'::;'��� Mile, when a live wire, carry.
mB aboul 30,000 volts, broke a short
Sgtance  away  and  grounded.      lie
pa made a rush for safety but he
rtPttdlv fluid was communicated to tlie
a'.vani/ed  iron  roof and thence  to
alflerent   parts  of  the  building,  and
egcape was impossible.
An ,i,,, men employed on tne job
iiVe in   Vancouver.
���,��� as the news of tbe acci-
,���.,��� Was known a boat was despatched to Vancouver to bring the
Injured men and the body of tlie vic-
.,;     . thai  city,
JlBTMBVES DECISION
ON CHINESE LIQUOR CASE
Lem   Too   Still   in   Suspense���Several
Small   Cases   Decided   at   Yesterday's   County   Court.
YOUTH ARRESTED
ON SERIOUS CHARGE:
AMERICAN FARMERS
)hiMh �����
American   Incarcerated    in C. P. R. Expects Many Good
TAKE   TESTIMONY   IN   ROME
ON ALASKA COAL LANDS
Rome, Feb. lb���.1. M. Shi ridan and
i ,i Mai i ;. respectively special
missioncr of the depart-
iteiior who were s-tit
tu Europi uj !,..��� l'nited states government to take testimony in con-
m i tloK With the .Mask i coal eases,
have arrived, accompanied by E. C.
Hughes, of Seattle, attorney for the
Alaska coal claimants. They will
take thi ti ony of C. T. Riblett,
and will lea i for New York aboard
the Carmanla, which sails from Na-
pies, April 17.
Elbert Hubbart ln Vaudeville.
New   York,   Feb.   9.���Elbert   Hub-
I bard, the author and lecturer of East
iluora,  will   make  a  "little  journey
| to  \ienb viilr."     He   will   nmkr   hi.
' bow al the Majestic theater in Chicago mi March 11 in "Heart to Heart
Talks."
GERMAN    PROSPERITY.
In the county court yesterday
Judge. Howay reserved bis decision
in the case of Lem Ton's appeal
against, a conviction registered
against him in the police court cm a
charge of selling liquor. T. .1. Trapp
& Co. were awarded judgment to the
full amount of their claim In a suit
against D. Matheson tor $100. J. D.
Kennedy appeared for the plaintiffs
and ll, L. Edmonds for''he defence.
.John Wick brought an faction
against James Croll for damages, the
complainant alleging that on the
night of November 19 the defendant
ran him down with a steam tug, causing considerable; damage io his gasoline launch. The case was deferred
for argument till the next sluing of
chambers.
The case of llolbrook vs. Barrac-
lougb was an action to recover the
amount of a cheque of which the defendant had stopped payment. The
defendant alleged that he bad bought
a COW and soiii,. groceries from the
plaintiff. He said that there was a
verbal understanding that some baled
hay was to be thrown in with the
eow. The hay Was not forthcoming
and he returned the cow and the
groceries: leaving the whole outfit in
the middle of a fiel I. He then stopped ' nt Of I he ehe,[U ���; all of
wine, happened two years ago,
The plaintiff says 'thai he never
received back the cow or the groci r-
les. Judge lloway gave judgement
for the plaintiffs. Mr. Robinson of
Vancouver appeared for the defence
and W. J. Whiteside for the Plaintiff. '   .   ,,..
Connection   with    Disap
pearance of Two 'Girls
Tillers of the Soil  From
Across the Border.
Charger,  with  vagra' -y, but under I
the suspicion that he Is a participant ,
ln a crime of a mti ih  more serious i
nature, a young mr i by the name of
Kent   spent   las,   i igtit  in  the  cells. I
Yesterday afternoo i Kent drove here
from Cloverdale | , company  with two
girls, one aboui ihlrteeta years of age
and   the   other   about  sixteen.     iJoih
are  the  daughters of    a prominent
farmer  who  u.es a few  miles  from
Cloyerdaie.
From bere the three went to Van-
cover by btreet car. The prisoner
slates that the younger gill works in
a hospital, and they went there ^nd
left a bundle of her clothes, 'i .en
he left them at a hotel and came
back to New Westminster to louK
after the horse,
In the im antime the pollcc had
been notified from Cloven..'le to arrest him, and Detective i radsuaw
had no trouble In < ft ectin ; tho arrest.
Kent had forgotten ihe mine Of the
hotei at which lie left the girls.
The man is a., Wi.i rioau giving
bis age as eighteen, Th , fa.her of
the girls will be ber foday, and developments will prob: bly follow.
Unless the prisoner ti lis a reasonable story of his actio.;-, yesterday
he is liable to be charg id wtih an
offence which will land him in jail
for a term of years If he in found
guilty.
Montreal, Feb. ,9.���"There is not
the slightest doubt that during the
present >ear we shall have a bigger
immigration of American farmers into the Canadian west than ever be-
foret. Last year we had 80,000. I
am quite convinced that this year we
shall have over 100,000."
S ,ch was the opinion expressed
this morning by William Whyte,
who, as the second vice-president of
tlie C. P. H., exercises executive power over the company's system, from
Fort William to the Pacific coast,
and occupies the most commanding
influence of any railway mail in West
era Canada.
Mr. Whyte arrived in Montreal
Trom Winnipeg, this morning, in or-
,der to confer with Sir Thomas
I Shaughnessy regarding the appropriations for tlie company's operations
in Western Canada for this year.
He brought with him trunk loads
i of maps, plans, and specifications re-
latin;: to extensions and improve-
Intents that are proposed, these being
the result of something like three
I months'   work   in   collaboration   with
(Continued  on  Page  Six).
Dr.   Gcldwin   Smith   Sinking.
Toronto.     Feb.     9.���Dr.     Goldwin
[Smith's conditi u is more serious today   than   I'   has   been   since   he   met
with hi   ace! 'ent.
ORGANIZERS Of Y.M.C.A.     FISH REGULATS01
TO HOLD MEETING TOM!    1[f WjI(i feAV0R
Committee Will  Submit Definite  Plan
of   Action   to   Supporters   of
Movement.
Another meeting for the purpose of
getting the V. M. C. A. movement
under way is called for tonight ip the
council chamber of tlie city hall, and
a large crowd is expected. Since
the last meeting Kev. J. S. Henderson, tho secretary, has been making
strenuous efforts to get the scheme
into shape, The commit tee appointed
at the last meeting have hud a session, and it is expected that it wi.l
have some definite plan to set before
tonight's meeting.    All the young men
| Board of Trade Opposes
Proposed Measure���Fears
Industry will be Affected.
Some proposed regulations whi.ui
the lisheries depaitment of liii
Dominion have under consideration
are causing cousideiable anxiety to
the board of trade and the city council. Tbe propoB> d regulations are
the outcome of the deliberations of
the recent International Fisheries
commission, wllich has just finished
a series of meetings,
The first regulation is to put a
close season between August 25 and
.September    IG    on   salmon    Ashing.
lUHigiiLB   uioeuug.     .\u   iws yuuufi men :  - -��-        --      -���
, .     .���  ., i   ���  .   ,;,!., ...    i'his   would   seriously   interfere   witli
and most ot  the prominent citizens,.,     .... '       ^  ��rJulBp
Robert Patterson Left $280,000.
Winnipeg, Feb. 9.���Robert Patterson, a pioneer of Winnipeg, who died
recently at Know,ton. Eastern township, Quebec, leaves an estate valued
at (280.000. llis will and testament
was  probated  today.
KEIR HARlilE OUTLINES
POLICY OE. BIS PARTY
INCREASE IN WAGES OB
STRIKE IS ULTIMATUM
of the town are taking a deep interest in tbe movement, and no doubts
are being expressed as to its success.
T. J, Trapp says that his offer of
the site on Roya' avenue still holds
good, although it was made when
property in that section of the city
was worth about a third of what it
is  now.
Some objections have been raised
to the location of the building so far
up the hill, several persons contending that it wou.d serve a much moro
useful purpose if it were on the main
business street. Those who oppose
this site do not maintain that thc
building would not be a success if
it Is placed on the hill. but. they
claim that it would be a much
greater success if On Columbia
street.
The water and light used will not
cost the V. M. C. A. anything when
it, first starts, a promise having been
made by the city council when the
scheme was broached before that it
would supply these necessaries for
the first few years.
Declares   Laborites   Will   Not   Blindiy
Follow Lead of the Liberals���Ob-
jects  of  Past Treatment.
' Switchmen and Yardmen on Eighteen
1        Railways   Ready   to   Walk   Out
on   Saturday.
THREE  YEARS   IN   PEN.
Alberta    Forger   Gets    Stiff   Senteno
For Making Easy Money.
tlie fishing business on the Fraser.
as during this period many humpbacks and cohoes are caughc lor the
home   trade.
At a special meeting of the board
of trade, called yesterday to consider
the subject, President Lee suggested
that the sockeyes luigln be ampl;.
protected by allowing the use o^'
spring saimon nets, which have a
mesh large enough to let the sockeyes through. TTiis would insure a
constant supply of fresh lish, ana
would not interfere with the supply
for the canneries, which do nut can
humpbacks  or  cohoes.
The other suggestion is to tlie effect that all traps in the gulf should
have aprons in front of them during
tlie close season. The local men and
ml fishermen agree that this would
not prevent the fish coming up the
coast from being stopped on their
northward journey, as all the traps
have long runways extending out into
the sea andt hese would effectually
stop the fish. The ocly adequate way
of allowing the lish io have a clear
run would be to lift the trap and
allow the lish to pass right through,
and this is probably what the board
of trade will advocate.
The members of the hoard ar,. under the impression that unless Btren-
uous opposition Is ol'ft red to the proposed   regulation   there   will   not   be
Striking     Indications     Contained     in
Bank   Statistics.
Berlin, Feb. 9.���Some striking indications of German workingtnert's
prosperity are contained in tlte Prus-
vinn savings bank  statistics.
Tli, deposits In the kingdom, which
comprises only two-thirds of the em"
plre totalled about $2,883,000 at the
end of 1908. Deposits during that
year were about $112,600,000 more
than in 1907, and the excess of de-
posits ever withdrawals amounted to
about  $:io,000,000.
Th,. greatest increase of deposits
over withdrawals was registered in
tlie heart of industrial Germany, thc
Rhine provinces and Westphalia cob-
tributlng nearly $19,750,000 and $15,-
000,000.
Experts predict that 1910 wll. bring
thi total of Prussian savings hank
deposits to $2,500,000,000. or twice
the amount of the Indemnity which
Prussia exacted from France.
The amount du ��� to depositors in
tin British postoffloe savings hank in
1908 was about $680,241,070. The Increase in 1908 was only $15,740,085.
Chinese Budget Reduced.
Tokyo. Feb. 8.���The passage of the
budget is assure,1 as a result of a
compromise whereby Hie land tax
has been reduced eight per cent, Involving 8,000,000 ven, or $4,(100,000.
The appropriations have been proportionately decreased.
ENGLAND WILL NOT
TOLERATE CHINESE
Country Applauds Action of
Liverpool Authorities in
Deporting Chinese.
i any chance for several years of hav-
Edmonton, Feb. 0.���Three years in \ ing  the  present  unsatisfactory  state
the Alberta penitentiary was the sen-j0( affairs remedied,
London, Feb. 9.���Presiding at a
meeting of the Labor party today at
Newport, Keir Hardie, M. P., said
that part of the press was engaged
in speculating as to what the policy
of his party would be in tne new
parliament.
The labor lender declared jt hat
l here were two sets o. people who
were doomed to disappointment���
those who are hoping for discord in
the ranks of the party and those who
expect to see it enter into some understanding or agreement with the
governmenl.
At all costs and hazards, declared
Mr. Hardie, the Labor party must
maintain a complete freedom of action In both the house of commons
and constituencies. The treatment
meted out to Labor candidates by
Liberals in the recent contest was
not of a kind to predispose Labor
members toward any friendly rela- j
tlonshlp,  he  concluded.
SUGAR FRAUDS MEN PAY
$664,304 TO TREASURY
N< w York, Feb. 9.���Thc National
Sugar Refinery company finally
'tuned over to the l'nited Slides
treasury the sum of $0.04,304 due the
government for shortage in Importations of sugar between 1907 and
1908.
In announcing the settlement, W.
T. Hennison, who ls assisting In the
prosecution of the sugar frauds,
Bald: "This settlement In no wise
affects the criminal prosecution of
any individuals who may be shown
to have been responsible for any
criminal  frauds."
��� ���+���������>��� + .>.>���������������������> + ���>
��� Spanish Cabinet  Resigns. ���
��� Madrid, Feb.  9.���The  Span- ���
J lsh   cabinet,   headed   by   Pre- ���
��� "der    Maura,    resigned    this ���
��� tifternoon.      The     ministerial ���
��� crises  was  brought  about by ���
��� the right wing of the Liberal ���
��� Putty   protesting   against   the ���
��� Premier's alliance with the He- ���
��� Publicans.    Jose  Cannlejas   *���> J
��� Mohdes,   leader   of   th��   Mon- ���
��� urchlcal  Democrats,  has been ���
��� charged by the king with the ���
J task  of forming a new cabl- ���
��� net, ���
���������������������������������������������������������
London, Feb. 0.���Chinamen are not
to be tolerated in this country when
they come here to compete with unorganized English agricultural workers and the whole country is applauding the action of the Liverpool
Immigration authorities, who recently
sent a number of Chinese coolies
back to their native country at public
expense.
The coolies had come here because
a number of wealthy landowners
wanted real cheap labor (for their estates, so they paid the freight charges
on the Chinamen from Hong Kong
to England, and in return only asked
that the coolies should work without
wages for a number ol years���in
other words, they were to he slaves.
The watchfulness of the authorities
spoiled this neat little game, and
the coolies were not allowed to land.
It Is only regretted that the Importers were not forced lo pay the return
charges.
Two of tho coolies escaped, however, and are in hiding in Liverpool,
but as a reward of $100 lias been
offered for their capture It will probably not last many days before some
of their own country men give them
up.
TO  REMOVE  THAW.
Referee Appointed to Take Testimony
on Application for Change.
Poughkeepsle, N. Y., Feb. 0.���
Charles Morchauser, attorney for
Harry K. Thaw .today received an
order from Jutlce Tompkins
appointing William Van Name*?, of
Newburgh, referee to take testimony
on the application for the remova,
of Thaw from Matteawan asylum to
one of the other state hospitals for
the  Insane.
The order directs that the hearings
be held ln Matteawan.
The first sitting of the referee will
take place ln about two weeks.
Vancouver-Melbourne Mall.
Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 8.���The
commonwealth government has renewed the contract for the Vancouver
mall Bervlce for one year from July
81.
Officials Say Nothing.
New York, Feb. 9.���The officials of
the stock exchange declined to comment on the report of the special
commission in the Columbus and
Hocking Coal and Iron scanda,, but
intimated that the incident is not yet
closed. There ls practically no doubt
that all the parties to the Hocking
Coal pools will be disciplined.
Hammerstein to Sell Opera Hous;.
New  York,  Feb.  9.���Oscar  Ham- |
merstein is willing to se.l his Philadelphia opera house and  devote  his j
life's labor  to the cause of art and <
music in  New York only.
! , Chicago. Fqb. 8.���Vice. President
Whitney, of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, announced today that
unless the eighteen railways with tcr-
uniia.s in Chicago grant tbe trainmen's demanded wage increase be-
; (tore Saturday all switchmen and
yardmen employed by thos.e roads
will strike.
He   stated   that   an   ultimatum   will
I be submitted to the roads tomorrow.
If  tlie demand is  refused the strike
will   be   called   Saturday   night,   the
i dissatisfaction    with   existing    wage
' scales    wllich    was    first    expressed
among   employees   of   roads   east   of
the   Mississippi   river   and   nrrth   of
!the Ohio having spread to the roads
'between    Chicago    and    the    Pacific
coast.
More than twenty thousand em-
Iployees of the western roadf., includ-
ilng tlie Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and Santa Fe, who are members
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Engineers, have demanded a twenty-live per cent wage
increase.
Their demand, which was presented to the General Managers' association in Chicago by Grand Cli'ef
W. S. Carter, of the Brotherhood, was
rejected. Carter later accepted, on behalf of the Brotherhood, a counter
proposition to arbitrate.
It is believed here that the result
of the ultimatum Whitnej stated
would he given to the 'oads tomorrow will have no little effect upon
the attitude the representatives of
the Brotherhood will take in the proposed arbitration conference.
tence meted out to Francis Emblem,
of Strathcona, by Judge Taylor in
Ybe district court yesterday. Emblem was convicted Of forgery on
several charges, being under suspended sentence for housbreaking in
Strathcona last year.
Luclen Houle was sentenced to two
years for a similar offence.
SEATTLE IS TIRED
OE BEING GOOD TOWN
Hi Gill Wins Nomination for
Mayor on "Wide Open"
Policy.
After about an hour's discussion
of the point it was deckled to leave
the matter in the hands of the secretary and T. S. Annandale, who wll,
take such steps as seem to them to
be necessary.
After the board of trade meeting
the same matter was discussed at a
special meeting of the city council.
at which the members all agreed that
some steps ought to be taken at once.
The matter was left in the hands of
.Mayor Lee, who will act in conjunction with the board of trade in letting the attitude of residents along
the Fraser be known.
The genera, impression seems- to
be that there is need of haste, and
the men appointed to look after the
affair will have a meeting this morning to take the necessary steps.
CONVICT LABOR TO BUILD
PRINCE  ALBERT  PRISON
MANY PASSENGERS TRAVEL
ON WINNIPEG STREET CARS
GAS COMPANY SHAREHOLDERS
TO CUT $9,000,000 MELON
Winnipeg, Feb. 9.���Interesting figures of the progress of the Winnipeg 1
Street Hallway company were pre- ���
sented at the annual meeting today.
The gross receipts for the year 1909
amount to $2,6L'3,731.41, an Increase
of $417,636.30 over last year.
Twenty-six million, three hundred
and eighty-two thousand, seven hundred and seventy-three passengers
were carried during the year, and
8.925,849 transfers Issued. The old
directors were all retained.
Philadelphia, Feb. 9.���The shareholders of the United Gas Improvement company, at a special meeting
here today, voted to cut a $9,000,000
melon. They agreed to a ten per
cent dividend, payable in stock. The
capital stock of the company is $50,-
000,000, and about $5,000,000 in stock
with a market value of $9,000,000, will
be distributed pro rata among the
stockholders. The company controls
the gas output of Philadelphia, and
has large Interests in other American
cities.
Plot to Pillage and Murder on
Liner Galicia is Revealed
New York, Feb. 9.���A tale of a
piratical plot to kill tbe officers of
the liner Galicia, seize *800,000 in
gold consigned to Rio Janeiro, and
then wreck the vessel off the coast
of South America, was totd by sailors aboard the Galicia today
A member of the crew gave the
alarm ,and Peter Nleman, a sailor,
was put in lrops and taken to Hamburg for trial.
Officers of the Galicia could not
be found to verify the story. Nleman
was a country boy and shipped last
fall on the Galicia, which was bound
for Rio Janeiro with the gold.
The sailor said he unfolded a p>ot
to kill the officers with axes while
they were asleep, and then, after
wrecking the ship, divide the gold
among the crew. The sailor's plan
was betrayed, and he was Put in
'irons after a hard fight.
Seattle, Feb. 9.���With the overwhelming nomination of Hiram C.
Gill as the Republican candidate for
mayor, Seattle today announced its
decision in favor of a "wide open"
town and its displeasure at the recent period of "restriction."
Tlie fact that the Republicans cast
31,438 votes, giving Gill a p.urality
of 3000 o\(er his opponent, A. V.
Bouillon, while the Democrats cast
only 274G votes, is taken by many
politicians to presage Gill's election.
William Hickman Moore was nominated as ids opponent by the Democrats.
Gill went before the people with
the flat declaration for an open town,
asserting that certain restrictions
which have been enforced wou.d be
immediately removed if he was
elected mayor. Tlie campaign was
clearly conducted along vhe lines ol
this issue, and political observers today look upon tho result as one of
the most remarkable demonstrations
at the polls ever ,kyiown In the
northwest.
The municipal election will be he.d
on March 8, and It ls expected that
a fierce compaign will be conducted.
The supporters of Bouillon today predict that there will be a break in
the Republican ranks, alleging that
it will be impossible for certain elements of the party to support Gi.l
on account of his declaration in favor
of "lifting the lid."
Some are asserting that a strong
Republican vote will go to Moore,
the Democratic candidate. The generally prevailing opinion, however, ls
the overwhelming approval given
at the primary polls yesterday to
GUI's "wide open" p.atform means
that he will  be elected.
Kingston, Ont., Feb. 9.���It is reported that Superintendent Dickinson, of the penitentiary binder twine
department, will shortly leave for
Prince Albert, Sask., with a large
number of convicts to assist in the
construction of the new penitentiary
there. It is also stated that Mr. Dickinson will be one of the officers of
tlie western prison.
Eruption Not Serious.
San Juan, Feb. 9.-r;The eruption of
the volcano Poas is of no importance.
No lives have been lost, and there
has been no property destroyed, reports to the contrary notwithstanding.
Roblln  Goes  South.
Winnipeg, Feb. 9.���Premier Roblln,
accompanied by Mrs. Robiln, left for
Hot Springs, Ark., this afternoon.
His condition has Improved considerably of late, and he was In fairly
good shape to travel today. The premier will be abroad at least a month,
1 perhaps longer.
FIRST OF AUSTRALIA'S FLEET
CHRISTENED OY MRS. ASQUITH
London, Feb. 9.���The first unit of
the Australian navy was fuunched at
Govan, Scotland, this afternoon, Mrs.
Asquith dong the honors.
In christening the ship the premier's wife said: "First born of the
Commonwealth of Australia's navy, I
name you 'Parramatta.' God bless
you. May you uphold the glorious
traditions of the British navy in the
dominions overseas."
The Parramatta is a torpedo boat
destroyer of the improved river class
and registers 700 tons.
Amend Elections Act.
Victoria, Feb. 9.���An act to amend
the Elections act will be brought
down ln the legislature by Hon. W.
J. Bowser probably next week. The
nature of the proposed amendment
act is a closely-guarded secret, and
the measure has not yet been caucused by the government.
Lord  Kitchener Named.
London, Feb. 9.���It is reported that
Lord Minto, who will retire ae viceroy of India before the end of the
I year,   will    be    mcceeded   by   Field
I Marshal Lord Kitchener. j.
/ PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY
1910
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Classified   Advertisements    \ district council
WANTED.
WANTED���APPRENTICES   IN   THE
millinery department W. S. Collister & Co.   Inquire at once.	
WANTEL ��� PARTNER WITH
about $2000, for first-class business
proposition. Address H. Margolyes,
104 Georgia street, Vancouver, B.C.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1. Apply
Mrs.   J.   P.  Hampton Boie.   	
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese, cooking or day work. Room 2,
630 Columbia street.
SURVEYOR.
A. F. COTTON.
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street. N'ew Westminster,
B. C.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street i behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
only, for suite of three rooms in
Dominion Trust block, furnished if
so desired.    Phone L381.
WANTED���FOR A LADY LIVING
alone, a boy attending school or
business; a woman engaged during day would also be suitable. To
either of these a room and partial
board would beghtu at a low rate.
References required. Address Box
6, Dally News Office.
WANTED.   TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���ONE OR TWO
furnished   rooms   for   Ugh)   ho is -
I,��� i ping.      Appiy     Box    A,    D illy
ws.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMED FURNISH-
ed hi use, c< utral location. Full particulars to L. R. F.  D.tih   Ni vvs.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE Oi< SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
islied bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Seventh and Eighth sts. __
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FUR-
nished rooms. Apply 917 Fifth
avenue, near Tenth street.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  Suourban  property,
260 Columbia street.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for i   d delivered.
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets ;n tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at is p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. c. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
NOTICE.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
W. E. FAI.ES. THE FURNl'J I HE
Dealer, Upholsterer an.l Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone ITU.  night call 81.
GROCERY.
full THE  BEST   VALUE   IN   GKO-
ceries, phone 3S6.      The Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. O. Hot 811.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
il. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.    Tel.  R 12$.    Room 7.
Westminster Trust Block.
1.  T.  PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-
i    countant.      Audits made.    Systems
organized.    Agent for the Hall Safe
Co.     Room   9,   Westminster    Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macntnery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
;In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New Westminster, in the Province
of  British   Columbia,  deceased:
Notice is hereby given that all persons  having  any  claims  or  demands
'against the late Frederick Thrussell.
who died on  or about  the 30th  day
tof   November.   1909,   at   the   City   ot
New   Westminster,   i.n   the   Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid., or deliver   to   the    undersigned    solicitors
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix  of  the   last   will  of  the  said
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) held by them.
And take notice that, after the 280
day of February, 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute tli" assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
had notice, and tl al the said Harriett
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
the said assets or any part thereof
Dated this fifteenth ' (15th) day of
'January, 1910.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE.
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
1 to  any person  of   whose  claim    she
shall  not then have received notice.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
FOR    SALE���FIGHT-ROOM    HOUSE
and  ,ot,  near car  line,  Fifth  ave- |
nue;   price   $2000.      Enquire    432
Fourteenth street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. II. Brown, manager, p. o. Box
556,   phone  334.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
Stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
Wll.SOX. COOK & CO., 63j COLUM
bia street. Phone 646. Rea] Estate
and Insurance Agents. Homes buill
on easy terms; agreemi al i of *:|l"
purchased. It' you have any i rop-
erty  to  sell  list   it   with us.
LOST.
STRAYED  --  ON    PREMISES    723
Twelfth strei t, black  retrievi r.    It
not calbd for in t< n days the own r
' ;'i't have same.
MUSK
MRS. ('. C. FI3HER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelll, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims. Mus. Bac. Oxon.. teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FINK MACHINE WORK AND GE.v
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile,
W. Webster, mechanical expert No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block.
Re  Subdivisions  3, 4, 5,  6  of  Lot  43,
Suburban   Block  6,  New  Westminster City. "
Whereas, proof of the loss of Cor-
Itificate of Title No. 4395F, issued in
the name of Annie Brown, has been
I filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
i at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
^be City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, tin-
less 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.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
SURREY.
The council met in the town hall,
Surrey Center, February 5, the reeve
and all the members being present.
Tlie minutes of the previous meeting
were   read   and  confirmed.
Communications were received as
follows: From C. J. Fagan, secretary,
re meeting of the court of governors
of the Anti-Tuberculosis society, to
be held in Victoria February 10. Received; from S. F. White, tendering
bis resignation as police constable.
Received and resignation accepted;
from the Surrey municipal school
board, submitting their estimates for
the year 1910, $4080 being the amount
required for school purposes. Received and laid over until next meeting; from W. J. Walker, re ditch, on
Pike road. Received; from John A,
Thomas, requesting assistance toward
opening a road to his land. Received
and referred to Councillor Murphj ;
from the clerk of Vancouver, re p ti-
tion to the provincial government to
take over the telephone system and
operate them under governmeni control. Received and petition endorsed:
from Senior Constable Wilkie re ills', '.ling telephone. Reci Ived. Clerk
to write to the telephone company
to lnstal telephones in Constable
Matheson's house and in the municipal clerk's office; from the city clerk
of New Westminster re rock crusher.
Ri ceived.
The reeve and Councillor MacKenzie wer,. appointed a committtee to Re
to Victoria to solicit aid from the
government for roads pod bridges,
also to inspect rock crusher and examine culvert near Now Westminster
bridge, and also to int. rview Mr.
��� il  re gravel pit.
A. D. Matheson was appointed to
look after the Cloverdale public hall.
On motion a grant of $250 wat n
to the Surrey district exhibit, $20 to
th? Surrey Agricultural association,
and $200 to help build horse and
cattle sheds, and Councillor Johnson
was empowerd to expend $J0 on the
McBride road, ward 3.
The Surrey temporary loan bylaw
passed its first, second and third
readings.
The following accounts were passed
and cheques Issued: A. Knudtson,
work on Ladner road, ward 2, $11.50;
James Jones, ditto, $2; Char.es
Wood, searching for gravel, ward 1.
$13; A. E. Connolly, work C. M. road,
ward 4. $8: C. W. McCallum, work
II. P. road, ward 4. $16.75; H. L.
McCallum. ditto, $11.25; William
Douglas, ditto, $n.2fi-. Alexander
Murphy, ditto. $6; E. Rose, work C,
V. road, ward 4. $2.25: James Austin,
repairs to C. M. road, ward 5, $2;
J. Drinkwater. commission, $40.30.
Council then adjourned to meet
again on Saturday, March ���", at 1:80
P.  n��.
I
TRUNKS,
VALISES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound, |
with   brass   corners.      Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to $18.
C?
PH ILLI
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW|WESTMINSTER
Ll    T���FOUNTAIN PEN WITH TWO
Id bands.   Return to N< .-..-, office
and iee.j\,   rewar !.	
FOUND.
POUND���A FISHING BOAT. OWNER
must claim same within ten days.
Mackie. Millside.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house  painting,  kalsotnining,  paper
hanuing     and     decorating.       Sixth
street.  New  Westminster
C.
FOUND���A NUMBER OF LADIES'
scarves, handkerchiefs, etc., at tli ���
Pythian rink after the Native Sons
dance. Owners can have Bame by
calling at Johnston's Big Shoe
House.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet.   B-alr,    showcases,   manteis
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin.   Mus.   Bac,  SU  Dublin  St.,
Phone  L'ilri.	
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Oowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally News Block, Sixth Btreet.
Re the wesl half of section 31 block
5, North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 92] ii-'. issui d tn
the name of J. A. L. Mc Upin ���. has
boon Bled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given thai I Bhall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the fust publication I en ol
in a daily newspaper 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. 0., January 27, 1910.
LAND ACT.
and detail work.
m;:t'.-H  furnished.
pri*tor.      Work-;
and car line.     P.
473.
Designs and esti-
J. Brookes, pro-
Corner   Eleventh
O. box 254, Pnone
RESTAURANTS.
IKENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 metis for *4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram  office.
FRATERNAL   SOCIE.ItS.
. O. 0. P.- AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.-
1 e tegular meeting of this Kxige
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Car.'i.r
von street, e.<���:. Monday evening
at 8 o'clock J. It. McLeod, noble
grani.    V.. C Coatham. rec. secy.
STENOGRAPHY
TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 7,
Gulchon block.     P. O, Box 694.
CCSTUM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
lumbia street.      Pbon*- 02.
A. 0. V. W��� ERASER LODGE NO. 2
���Meetings the '������' 'a nd third Tuis>
<: month     finning brelQ
r-n cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge roonn L O U. W. hall, Odd
f*l on������' ��� lock, Clarkson strec
COURT BRUNETTE, MO. *0W, l.O.E
���Meets the fourth Friday in tn-.-
tUOBtli at h o'clock, in th�� small
ball  Oddfellows' block.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAV
loring A new line of fall mil*
Ing Just In. Button making, press.
Ing and repairing. R<xjm B, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 204 Clarkson st.    Phone Kf>08
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands'.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
H7341, about one mile northeast or
head of Billings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 4i
chains, thencp w^st 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing L60
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 29, 1909.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
O
! ���
W it\J>
NE
O       a)
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
*   most widely-read paper in New Westminster. PI
A-22
X   For information as to contracts, consult the adver-
��� tising man.   A 'phone call will  bring him to your
��� place of business.
�����������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
WATCH REPAIRING.
By experts all our repair work Is done!
My experts are working from  sun until sun;
Are ready at all  times to do your repairing
And  get broken jewelry  in  shaps for your wearing.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF BAULKS,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Alter,
ball. Columbia street. H. Bcho-
field, secretary,
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL'THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
bia street. Fins-Class moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions, Program changed
Monday  Wednesday and Friday,
BONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
soclatton, Lord of the isles camp
191���Meets on the hrst and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, \V. Sutherland.
I. O. G. P.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 2���Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. Bi, Gilley,
N, G.; C. E Osborne, p G, record-
ln-<? secretary
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
t��rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. WhlteBldo, H.
L, Edmonds.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables,
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Wheallcr, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, fitc, 42 Lome street, Opposite
courthouse, New Westminster
(Phone 113. Vancouver Offices
nooni3 20 and 21, Williams building, 418 Granville street, corner of
I    Hastings street.
GEORGE   E.    MARTIN,   MAKIUSTKR
anri   Solicitor.    Gulchon   block,  Go-
,    lumbia    and     McKenzie  Sts.,   New
;    Westminster, n. C.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to tho 15th of February, 1910, at 4 p. m., for the construction of Barnston Island dyke and
works.
Plans and specifications may he
seen and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston Island, or at the office of
Mr. II. Nevlle-Smlth, engineer In
charge, rooms 4-fi, Dupont Block, Columbia street,  New Westminster.
A deposit equal to five per cent
of the amount of contract must he
made with each tender, by marked
cheque payable to the Commissioners Barnston Island Dyking District,
which will hn returned to the Unsuccessful bidders. The lowoBt or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
COMMISSIONERS   BA"NSTON
ISLAND DYKING DISTRICT,
o'o  II.   Nevlle-Smlth, 0.  E., Box 413,
New Westminster, R. C.
no
i
CANADIAN.PACIFIC
!> TIL? ��� 5 ���" *&3M3?>33\M
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
AGENTS FOR THE  HOWARD. HAM  ILTON   AND
MOVEMENT.
LONGINES     WATCH
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land  District, Dis
trlct of New Westminster.
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie, of New Westminster, B.
C, occuaptlon, barrister at law, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome Pass at the
Southwest corner ot Lot 1478, group
1 New Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boun-
dar yof said Lot 1178, 40 chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timher Limit 38,783, thence south
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,783, 40 chains
more or loss to the southwest corner
of said Timher Limit, thence easterly
following the south boundary of said
Timher Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commoneo-
menl containing one hundred and sixty (100 acres more or lesa.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1009.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
MrQ.,arr;,.fr fft_ FLOUR and feed mf.rcha.nts_
*RONT 8TREET.' New  Westminster. Telephone 853.
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 18. E.
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of Prltish Columbia,
nnd ln the matter of the Estate of
John  Scott  Macdonnell, deceased
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison, dated the 7th day of
January, 1910, tenders will bo received up to January 21, lino by the
undersigned for the purchase of all
the Estate and Interest of John Scott
Macdonnell and   his heirs '" aiul 'f
oertaln i,;l,'c"
ill  and   singular that
premise
above
I it'll
or tract of land and
mentioned.
J. J.  CAMUlfl
District   Registrar   of     the   S��l"'(M"r
Court  of British Columbia.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDgE'
All  boats  having  full   masts ��'"9
pass on the south side or the J���1 '
By order. W. A. DUN< AN,
City(' '
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910. THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY   10, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGL  THREK.
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
Tlk(, notice that thirty days after
'   ',  Qeorge B. Conner, of Matsqui,
y' c.,'intend  ' '"   '"
Conimissioner
niiti-
peel
under
the
to apply  to  Assistant
of  Lands,  New  West-
r District, for a license to pros-
for Coal  and  petroleum on and
,!���, following land s:
lommenclng al  a  e--    situated al
southwest corner of I istrict Lot
,   group 2   New   Westminster   District, and mr.rked George B. Conner's
northwest corner, thence  south along
pction   line   between   section   32
nd 33, ;i distance of one mile, thence
, ..,   hi   wi stern boundary of Die
Lcj L0|  |7, group 2, New Westmins-
.   j istrlct,  a  distance   of  aboul    t,r>
c'lirins. thence north along tbe west-
am boundary of District Lot 47, grou i
��   v,������.-.��� Westminster  District, t() the
; |    corner    of    said  Lot 47,
, j   ,-i distance    of about    four
~, ,       thence east f.long the north-
idary of District Lot 47, group
Hie  western  boundary  or  nis-
, ;  :: |fi,    group  2     New  West-
District, a distance of about
,-', i | [ns. thence north ttlon ��� the
rly boundary of said Distrlcl
,(, ���-,���., group 2, Now Westminster
Pi [, ��� to the northwest corner of
tl Distrlcl   Lot    856, group 2.
N     v    ],, inster District, a distance
,,;;,  ->;  1-2 chains, tie nee west
t0 .. .    louthwesl corner or the south-
MOSE RUNS DOWN
WlfE AND
Comes From the Wilds
Sees    Affinities    Thrown
Safely in Jail.
���,.-
16
ror or Section 33, Township
distance or about to -,
thence north to the <
,i corner of Distrlcl
. ��� |<i group 2. a distance of
. i ��� 191-2 chains, thence west
alons the southern boundary of said
Distrlcl Let 49, group 2, to the point
of coi ncement, a distance of
chains.
GEORGE  H. CONNER,
January 28, 1910. Locator.
Si attle, Feb, 9.���An Indian elope
ment, planned on the shores oi Bi ec
er bay on the wild coast of British
Columbia, where Louisa, aged twi a
ty-two, copper-colored Bpouse of
Moses, (1 ebb d to leave behind her
her happy home and cas her lol
with one Jumbo, aged twi uty-eight,
and see thi gay white way can', to
an unexpected end last nighi at the
police station. When Louisa left
home Moses, with the unerring in
stinct of the savage, telegraphed his
loss to the Seattle police. He followed a few days later.
Lasl night on lower Firsl iivinie
south. Moses recognized two familiar
figures, blanketed froms thai
frequented Beechers bay.
Patrolman Oscar Holm
Louisa and Jumbo and they
night at the police station.
a
I
once
arrested
spein  the
;���'���* S����.-:Wr*,-
- ^is'asKflaiaitAatafl
DREYFUS  LECTURES
ON   TRADE   UNIONISM
ed    tO  ||
> ��� ii   has   not
to   anything
11
NOTICE.
!     As
was
IF���A
District   of   New   Westminster.
r       notice thai  thirty days after
[,��� ti  I   Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
I,        ���    ui,  11.  ('..  intend    lo    apply
ense to prospeel for coai and
���petrol ��� :i on the following described
i    ���   Ini   al   a   post   marked   L.
:   :   nk's    southwest   corner,
:ei on the   ectlon line between townships 13 and IB, about one mile south
1 ���    hen      i! section line Intersects  employers as
l\ southern   boundary   of   Dis-
I" [roup 2   New Westmlns-
I- ',    thence  east    one  mile,
to the southern  bound- I
:  Lol 64. group 2, New
District,  a    distance of
| lialns   thence wesl  to the
 of sal l Distrlcl Lol
I ������   a  distance of about  ll
li north to the southern
ol   District   Lot   403,  group
ibout   31.50    chains.
I ihe southwest corner
bf D  (rid  i      104,  group 2.  a  dis-
i )." chains, thence north
i   corner  of   Distrlcl
2, a distance of about
150 chains, thence wesl to the aec-
llon llni   between   townships  13  and
;   ' of  about   10.46  chains. ,
It ��� to   the     point   of   e.uii-
I��� ���     enl    ,  distance of about  one
��� i    ontaining 466 acres more
1        v      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,   Per   Alex.   Cruickshank,
Vgent
'���:    iry *8   1910.
Tatis. Feb. li.���.Major Dreyfus lias
made a sucessful appearance as a
public lecture ai the Blbliotbeque
Populalre, where he was Invlt
i" i k. The subject chos
the slightest reference
wliich bis nam,, has hitherto
been connected, li was the "History
of Trade Union Syn licates ln Fran ...���
witli which he showed that he was
never In any way mixed up with it.
to his own  personal views, he
rathi r    sparing    In    expresi Ing
them.    But    he    approved    if    the
' I   ngt s   In   the   reci nt   laws    which
! coi i i.io i to such syndicates,
and I ! thai ll wou.d have bei n dan-
gi i to   withhold   it   much   longer.
On the other han't, he believed, that
there should be more syndicati s of
a necessary counterpoise ta the unions, and thai it would
hi Ip to check the revolutlonarj
dency of the labor associations.
Look these over and if nothing suits
s*
you drop in and let us show you other j
opportunities to profit hy the certain
big year ahead of us
ten-
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
T ' ��� notice thai thirty days after
I'' '��� I Hamilton Chambi rs Cruik-
I ��� of Summerland B. C, farmer,
i ������ ���'. to apply for a license to pros-
rot- coal and petroleum on the
���following described lands:
Commencing at a post  marked H,
lr    C ���������il. shank's     northeast     corner
"��� on the westerly boundary of
.Pstrl '  Lol  47. group  2. Now  West-
' :'   '��� i   District    ahou��     four   chains
I     "  nf the northwest corner of ssld
; group  2.  tlionce   wee-   a  dis-
j' :      if 16 chains to the section line
I  ���'" sections   28   and    29,  town-
II, thence south one mile, thence
leasl on., mile, thence  north  to the
JBOuthern boundary of District Lot 4S
] thence   west   to   southwest
j',""'"   nf said  District Lot 48, group
| -��� thence north to the northwest cor-
I nr'r nf said District Lot 48, group 2.
]''���''    i it to tho westerly boundary
j"f DI trlct   Lot   47,   group   2.   thence
|north to the point of commencement.
H. C. ORTJTKSHANK.
Januarj 29 1910.
Study  in  Ciphers.
A fishery journal says that the average Maryland oyster lays 16,000,-
000 eggs, If only ball of these w ire
to develop���and a.l can be saved by
scientific culture  Into female oysters
we uould have from a Bingle female 8, '   descendants   In    the
firs! generation and In the second 8,-
000,000 times 8,000,000, or 64,000,000.
In the third generation we should
have 8,000,000 times this, or 512,000,-
000,000,000, ,000    o> si. is.    In    the
fourth 4,096,000,000,000,000,000,000,-
000. In the lit in 33,000,000,000,000,-
000.000,000 one, .une.ono female oysters. If each oyster will fill eight
cubic   inches   of  space   it   would   take
8, ,000.11(11),    (11111.11(10,(100,   000,000,000
 ,1 ) to make a  mass as large
as the earth, and the fifth generation
of descendants from a single female
oyster would make more than eight
worlds, even if each female laid only
hue brood of eggs. These calculations are sublime, but the fact remains that we must stop tight here,
for our stock of ciphers is exhausted.
NOTICE.
New  Westminster.
Ice that  thirty days after
��� e Conner Cruickshank, of
it  ('.. Intend to apply for a
to prospeel  for coal and peon   the   following   described
District  of
T '     notl
J dab   i   o
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I troli
land
Commencing
I l.r;i
at   a   pest   market!
C Crnlcksha.ik's northwest
sel at the southwest corner
"' District Lot 207. jnoup 2, New
"���sin In*t��r District, thi nw> south
"'"' mile, thence oast or-e-hftlf mile,
""'"'" north one-half miif, thence
aasl one-im)f mile, thence north one-
"i,lf mile, thence west to the point of
^itiPioncement, containing about
wo acres.
GRACE CONNBR CRUICKSHANK,
Per Ct. R. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
Canada   Monthly.
The February number of Canada
Monthly (formerly Canada West)
contains an Interesting article by
Amies Deans Cameron ,in wbicli she
tells the story of the government
ownership of creameries in Alberta
and what It means to the fanner.
Lee M. Edward, M. D., the woman
who took the si.ver medal from the
men students on her graduation from
Toronto university, gives Hie history
of "The Woman Doctor in Canada,"
and Arthur .1. Forward continues his
article on "The Historic lied River
Waterway." In "The Interpreter"Edwin llalmer, author of "Via Wire-
' less," has a powerful mlwspaper
storv. It Is written by one who
knows his subject well. The three-
'part   storv,  "Only  Jones."  by  Wilbur
11.   Nesbitt  Samuel    B.   KSeer
lllenrv     Kltchell    Webster.    Is
'eluded,   will e   "The   Changeling
Madge   Macbeth   is   continued.
Ramferinkus" is an amusing
'In which W. 11. Baton rewort
old lie told by an ancient circus man.
Stories and verse are contributed by
Finest McOaffey, Sara Hamilton
Blrchall, Jessie M. Orchard, Gladys
Mulr and Horatio Wlnslow. The Illustrations are by Campbell, Mac-
lei,an Ellsworth Toting, Herndon and
Breitsnyder, and the cover design is
'a portrait sketch of Kelcey Staunton
'by Hugh Stuart Campbell.
and
con-
," by
"The
tale,
is   an
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWER Pf'E.
The Council ls desirous o' 'ece' Ing
nenflera f���r the sunnlv ef VI'Tlfled
Sewer P|PP9,
..^'"'Hh'Mtlons,   ,,,,,������.,.������,.    .,	
'.'"/""I  further information  can be
obtained from
supply   ef
approximate   qtiantl-
in formation
tho City Engineer.
,.A"   tenders   must he delivered to
"B   Undersigned     marked  "Tenders
s,'��'<'i' Pipes," hy 5 p. m. of Feb-
��� 1910.       W. A  DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
tall, January 27, 1910-
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NOTICE.
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that I, Elizabeth Mo-
C. loch Bell, of Vernon, B. C, intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked L
M Bell's southeast corner, set about
one mile south of the point where
tho section line between Townships
13 and 16 Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lot 4ti, group
2 New Westminster district, thence
west one-half mile, thence north one
mlln thence east one-haif mile to 'lie
point where the section line between
Townships 13 and 16 intersect with
the southern boundary of District L��t
46, group 2, New Westminster district thence south to the point of
commencement,  a distance of about
0n8JjSrZABBTH McOULLOCH ��
JanUary^rKrgeB. Conner. Agt.
.j..H..H..M~!.* -K^��M***-H��***-H W*** ���
Royal Ave. House, $3200
Dandy nine roomed, fully modern house on Royal avenue,
full sized lot. This house is in first-class condition, is big
value at this figur:.    $3200. one-third  cash.
Maple St. House, $2650
On  Maple street, good   eight   roomed   house   on   two   full-
sized lots, all cleared.    Anlce little  bearing orchard with this.
$2650, one-third cash.
EL JiLsi
Seven Romed House,
$3300
Fine   new   seven   roomed   house   on   Fourth street,   very
modern;   nice  verandah, with   full-sized   lot   all cleared    and
fenced.    Has a fine appearancs; good basement. An excellent
buy at $3300, one-third cash.
Sixth   St. House, $2100
Here is a chance for the man who wants a nice newly
built house wtih six rooms and all modern conveniences. Situated on Sixth street car line.    Price only $2100, terms easy.
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Two Cottages and
Three Lots, $7500
Two modern seven roomed cottages on three lots on
Twelfth street tram. New and modern in every way. The
whole   $7500,  one-third   cash.
$850.00, one third cash
Fine double corner, one block from car line, on corner
of Eleventh street and T enth avenue. An exceptional site
for a home. Partly cleared and unequalled right now as a
good staple  Investment  i n this section.
Other Snaps
Corner and inside lot, all cleared and fenced, on Fourth
street and Eighth avenue. Here is a chance to mak* some
money.    Price for both $600, half cash.
Two   lots   above   Eigth  avenue,   near   Second   street.     $200
each.    Terms.
Corner lot between Third and Fourth avenues on Eighth
street,  excellent view  property.   $1000, half cash.
Two dandy lots, easily cleared, on Fifth street near Sixth
avenue.    $600 each, $50  cash.
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$450-West End Lot
This buys a fine lot on 7th Ave., near 18th Street, close to Eburne
car line and new cut off; easily cleared.    Terms very easy.
South Westminster
I have some exceptional acreage buys in South Westminster, right
in the heart of the district, where the big investors are looking to now.
LETS  TALK ABOUT THEM.
-I'-I~I-'t"M"Mf-H' ���H-MMI' ���I,,I"I,,I' ���M"1"M"M"M"I�� ���|"I"I"I"!"M"|"!H"I"1��M"I"H��H' ���l-M-M-H"!"!' ���j��I"H''I"I"H',M"H,,P
W. J. KERR
614 Columbia Street
Phone 170 PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY.  FEBRUARy
1��- 1910 ���
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The Daily News
Published by Tfie Dally News Publish-
ing Company, Limited, at their Offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Pa^e Managing  Director
THURSDAY,  FBBRUARY   10,  1910.
WHOLESALE   HOUSES.
Already a new epoch has entered
into the history of New Westminster.
Within the past ten days two whole-
gale grocery houses intimated their
intention of opening branch establishments here. Already one has started
business, while the announcement recently made that the Kelly-Douglas
Co., of Vancouver, intend erecting a
$75,000 building goes to show that,
though it may bc rather late in the
day, the large wholesalers are waking
up to the importance of New Westminster as a desirable shipping
I>oint.
Willi tlie completion ol the Chilliwack branch of the B. C. E. R. a
great new country will be opened
up, giving room to thousands upon
thousands of new settlers, and to
those who are first to -take advantage
of this great undertaking will belong
the spoils.
With the completion of the Pres"
ent Improvements on Columbia
street communication will be Iar
easier and quicker between the cities
of Vancouver and New Westminster,
whi.e the line to Eburne will be
brought into greater prominence,
Now is tlie time for wholesale merchants to decide upon sites for warehouses, and not wait till ad is completed, business contracted elsewhere
and values rise fifty per cent.
assumed tbat Canadians would not
consider any sacrifice too great or
any course too extreme that safety
seemed to demand. But there can
be no pretense that such a situation
exists. The supremacy of the British navy is unquestioned, and in the
future the British people, With tbe
aid of their expanding colonies, will
make assurance doubly sure. There
is no need, therefore, for the heroic
and extravagant measures which Mr.
Borden proposes. In connection with
tlie establishment of a navy Canadians recognize that they must Incur
very large expenditures. Are they
called upon to add twenty millions
to a sum that is already enormously
large? What would be the advice of
a British statesman if our case were
laid before him? If we catalogued
the great national development works
that are being prosecuted and contemplated, and put tbe question a.~ to
which would eventually redound most
to the benefit of the Empire, the con"
tinuance of developmental enterprises or the contribution of twenty
millions to the imperial exchequer,
there need be no doubt as to what
the answer would be. He would say
that Great Hi Rain is more In need
of great and populous colonies than
in tued of giants in aid of its
fleet. The main event of the day,
however, was that after months of
squirming the Opposition are delivered of a resolution that leaves their
intentions more completely in the
dark  than  ever.���Toronto Glob;:.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Barbara Anderson, of New-
Westminster, B. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Barbara Anderson's northeast corner,
set at north corner of District
Lot 206, thence south one mile,
thence east one-haif mile, thence
north one-half mile, thence east one-
half mile, thence north one-half mile,
thence west one mile to point of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDERSON.
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 20. 1910.
Crepe Paper
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������DANCING   GIRL"   BRAND,  SPE-
CIAL TODAY 2 ROLLS FOR 15c
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
We want you to visit our  Furniture Store, as it apn.
to thosa   J.
who buy thoughtfully, with good   taste,   who   want   reliahi>
" -���   nonest
Furniture at the lowest prices  possible.
Dresser and Stand
Made of hard maple wood in   golden
quartered   oak   finish   the
"'"'    "awera, trimi , i
_  British  Kr,,���, _.
14 by 24, and the frame |s handsomely carved.
case is 18 by 31 in size, having.three large  drawers
brass    handlefe    the    top    being fitted with a British be��� 1.    h
. . .     ���.        ...     ��___ i��� ��� . . ">    i mirror
Price $15.00
LPP'C Furniture Emporiu^
ala��J   WrnaA      ***J Lee's  Block, Columbia  Street,
Phone 73. NEW WESTMINSTER, fi. C
TF MDf- -IS.
Wednesday, Feb.  16th  |'"'H'Jb7ooFCafe
st-<
THE    OPPOSITION'S    DARK     LANTERN   POLICY.
Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier   presented   to
the House the policy with respect to
the   navy   which   the   Liberal   party
from one end of the Dominion to the
other   has   had   from   the   beginning.
Never has the House seen him more
earnest,   or   apparently     more   aware
of the weighl  aud importance of the
matters to be discussed.    The House
has   leant   him   many   lime^   when
touched  by the emotions  of a  great
BUbject,   bul   neve-  has   it   heard   him
more Impassioned or more capable of
Interpreting Its ft elings and evoking
its admiration.    The note of his ad-
dress was thai the founding of a Canadian   navy   was   bul   a   Step   ill   the
evolution   t hit li been  operating
in C'aii.'..'a steadily and Irresistibly
Tor the past se\ enty yeai b. He
point* .1 out thai the policy he commended for their acceptance was
strictly In accord with those Ideas of
autonomous governmenl which wen
the Btrength, tie, glory and the unifying principle of the British Empire.
It was the greatesl political discovery of the nineteenth century.
Kir Wilfiid's exposure of th,. efforts of his opponents to make a
party question out uf a great national
question was damaging.? effective,
and those passages in which he com-
batted Mr. .Monk's appeal to Quebec
were beard by his opponents with
such evident discomfort that it was
a general theme of comment in the
galleries, The only scornful sen-
tences were those in which lie declared that men could not or would
not be compelled to serve on the fleet,
so that anyone was al liberty In case
of war to sit at home enjoying the
comfort and security thai would be
assured to him by the perils endured
and  the   sacrifices    undertaken   by
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other and better men. Whether there
should be contributions or the founding ot a Canadian navy, and whether
that navy should automatically pas��
from the control of the Canadian
Parliament on tbe outbreak of war,
wore the two questions on which the
leaders mainly differed. Mr. Borden's position was Indifferent, bul
lt was open to the Interpretation that
be proposed, in addition to the founding of a Canadian navy, to provide
for tho contribution of a sum to the
British governmenl adequate for the
building of two Dreadnoughts. A
chance reference In the course of a
speech left tbe impression for a moment that le- favors the submission
of the question of the establishment
of a Heel to a plebiscite, pending
wiiicb the contribution df twenty
millions toward the imperial Heels
i.hould take place. Those who peruse
his speech and resolution must make
their choice as to Ills meaning. That
which   has  been   last  suggested   is  SO
contrary to all his former utterances
that  lt  Is  difficult  to  accept   it   aH  a
solution, to the riddle.
With regard to the contribution
suggestion lt should he said there is
no principle involved. If the Umpire
were   In   a   llin��j  of  crisis  it  may   he
Sealed tenders, addressed t0 the
Postmaster General, will be revived
at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday   .''e
(18th February, for the conveyance >'*
I His .Majesty's Mails, on oroposed con
! tracts for four years, II an;' jo tlmt
per    week  each   wa,    botweJn     *oi
1 New Westmistei     o*   l.fftce '-'.nd  .-���<���
| Canadian     Pacific   .'a''..v.-     S:atio
l and the Great
tion from the '
Printed   notice*
I information  as  le
i posed  contract     m,
j blank forms of Tend may oc on
tained at the Post < ��� ... M' N-.-*
Westminster, Sapperton    ""d 0 ���
i borough and at the office    ' fh
j Office   Inspector.
Posi Office Inspector's OK, ���-.
j couver,  B.  ('..  Tth  January.   1   ''
JOEN   R.   GREENPIEi
Po ���   Office  Insp
PRESENTS    SHAKESPEARE'S   GRAND
HISTORICAL PLAY
HENRY VIII.
LOUIS  JAMES  AS  "CARDINAL WOLSEY,"  ASSISTED   BY
APHIE JAMES as "Queen Katherine"
AND  A  GREAT CAST.
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIRST CLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.    WHITE I
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. ���
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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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COMPLETE    SCENIC    EMBELLISHMENT ���  COMPANY     OF     35.
|    HOLBROOK CAFE   !
| Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop, j
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Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c. and  50c.    Seats on sale at
RyalPs Drug Store Friday.
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orthern   Crown   Bank
OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN   CANADA.
WILSON  & COOK
Northern  Crown   Bank  Building,   Now
Westminster.   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open  Evenings.
HOUSES���Two houses With stable,
on Carnarvon street; $10,000; easy
terms-
LOTS���Three lots on Ottawa street,
ah cleared, close to ear line; ���- 100
per lot.
HOUSE��� New bouse, fully modern,
on Tenth Btreet, between Third and
Fourth   avenues;   $2800;   one-third
cash.
LOTS���Four lots on Seventh avenue,
baif block from new car Line;
��500; one-third cash.
I LOTS���Two lota on corner or Thirteenth street and Seventh avenue;
cleared; $750 each.
I HOUSE���N'ew house on Fourth avenue, fully modern. 8 rooms; lot SO
by 148. Price $4700; one-iifth cash,
balance to suit.
; HOUSE���8 rooms, on Nineteenth
street, $1300; one-third cash.
1 HOUSE���S rooms, Seventh avenue,
$3700; one-third cash.
I HOUSE���s     rooms,     Fifth     avenue,
i    $3200;  one-third cash.
' HOUSE���New 5-room house on St.
Andrews, fully modern, $i!500; $500
cash.
| HOUSE- g rooms, on Tenth street,
$6000; $1000 cash.
HOUSE--7     looms,     Twelth     street,
$17oo; $700 cash.
j HOUSE���Fully    modern,   on    Fourth
street; $8700; $]iioo cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street, bath,
toilet, hot and cold water, open fireplace In dining room; price $3200,
$1000 cash; this property is leased
and brines In over 7 per cent Interest.
HOUSE���N'ew, on Tenth street, G
rooms;  $2800;  one-third cash.
LOTS��� Nob. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, and a
new ,'1-room cottage, on Fourth ave-
nue $5000; one-half cash.
LOT���Full sized, on Fifth street, near
Seventh avenue, price $G0o; $2:io
cash.
LOT���Between Tenth and Eleventh
streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues, $550;  $200 cash.
LOT���On Agnes street, cleared, splendid location, $1800; one-third cash.
LOTS���8 full sized, in SappeVton,
only $225 each.
ACREAGE���5- aero blocks in Surrey,
$125 per acre.
ACREAGE���214 acres In Burnaby, D.
L. 18, close to tram line; price
$2500, one-third cash.
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID  UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
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The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
West. In tin. era of development Western financial institutions
must play an Important part. The Northern Crown Hank invites
those who have the Interests of the West at heart to share in the enjoyment of i.s privileges. >J  :���.\.j..:.   ,       |     .   |        . | .1     ;
ONE   DOLLAR WILL  OPEN  A.SAVINGS    ACCOUNT     WITH     US.
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WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VA :ED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOrv IN
AND   EXAMINE  OUR  STOCK.
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
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Keep Your House Warm |
GOOD  SECOND-HAND
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COOK  STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP.    ���
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McClUGHAN
tTrust Block, Front St., New Westminster X
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the House- 0trlc Sad Iron is the greatei    bo
Bible. No . ,., ,essened the  household   labor.    The  I
S:mI Iron simple thai a child can operate it: and it can be used
In any perl of the house where there Is an electric light. Iron ai-
ways hot; no use] ss walking or waiting; Ironing done ln ball the
time. Wo carry differeni makes and styles. Call in and lei us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
WESTMINSTER
OPERA   HOUSE
Harry Tidy,  Manager.
Thursday, Feb. 17
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WILSON  & COOK
Northern  Crown   Bank  Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
With ESTHA WILLIAMS and a cast
of unusual excellence, including
Edwin Walter.
A Magnificent Scenic Production.
' A Guaranteed Attraction.
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's Anticipation
of toothsome morsels thai will ''l'|.
the palate and give you     i ;il"'s;'.��
faction are always realized alter *
ng one of our  tender, j ilcj   ''"'"J
oysters or dinners, or anj of the SP
ial dishes that, are made al
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM  OFFICE.
Do You Want a
Furnace Installed
in your  house, if   so see us.     We sell thc
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New w��
stminster,
B.C
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDO
Big Dry Goods House
New Raincoats and
Capes for Spring
Just received by express, the latest styles ln Ladies' Rainproof
Coats and Whipcord Capes, in military  effects;   colors navy, taupe
aml black;  very smart garments.    Prices from $14.50 to $25.00
VISIT  OUR   MANTLE   DEPARTMENT,   SECOND   FLOOR.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
JIMMY COFFROTH
WINS HIS WAGER
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
San Francisco Fight Promoter Makes Record on Trip
From London.
San Francisco, Feb. i).���From London to San Francisco in nine days
five hours and five minutes was the
time made by James W. Coffroth, the
local fight promoter, who made a
wager with a member of thy National
Sporting club, of London, that he
would r< ach here by 12 o'CiOCk tonight. Coffroth left London on January 29 and arrived at 9:20 tonight,
winning the wager by two hours and
forty minutes.
Coffroth, according to agreement,
Immediately sent a telegram to Eugene C'orri, the man with whom be
had   the  wager.
When Coffroth arrived at the Oak-
n(l Mole, he was welcomed by a
huge delegation of local sports, who
cheered him as ho stepped from his
car. The trainmen and dispatchers
all congratulated him and he was surrounded by a crowd of curious people as he crossed on the ferryboat.
The time made by Coffroth is the
fastest ever made from London to
this city over tlie Atlantic and across
the continent, according to local railroad officials.
TACOMA MAY BUILD
AIRSHIP FACTORY
a '  1.1
PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS
NOT POVERTY-STRICKEN
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
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GOLD  DUST  will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
[make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
^'ork without your assistance, leaving1 you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ r /'
portions to cleanse v^'/////y'
easily, vigorously, _^_-
and without harm to ~~
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
New York, Feb. 9.���There arw six
professional golfers in tli its country
whose combined savings exceed $1,-
000,000. Alec Findlay, the well-known
golfer, is authority for this statement. IIe does not name the fortunate sextet,    lie says:
"The professionals are a canny lot.
and most of them have sense enough
: to put by a large share of their
money. And som0 of the... gather in
ja very large sum each season. For
| example, there Is a professional at
Plnehurst who gets $2 an hour for
leaching and has three or four men
help him. 11,. sells 3000 clubs a year
and bis repair bill is very larg .
Then 1 know several men who have
taught big financiers and have benefited by stock inarkei suggestions
which they have received. You can
sec for yourself that golf is by no
means an underpaid business."
Inventors of New Biplane
Hope to Build Machines
for High Speed.
Tacoma, Feb. !��.���An aeroplane
manufactory will be erected in South
Tacoma if the hopes of Charles P..
Savage and J. W. Silver, in a biplane they have invented reach
fruition. Their machine consists of
four elliptical planes worked in conjunction with a main supporting
plane thirty feet wide and eight feet
deep ami which has another large
plane thirty feel wide and six feet
deep back of it. The elliptical panics
have a peculiar motion, two moving
forward and upward and the others
moving backward and downward. The
Inventors claim this innovation compresses tlie air underneath the machine and will give it sailing power
possessed by no other flying machine.
Air pockets on the elliptical planes
give the machine a forward speed
the inventors estimate of forty miles
an hour, which added to a momentum of forty miles an hour by the
propeller gives eighty miles an hour.
By stopping the propeller and using
the elliptical planes the machine can
be made to hover in the air like a
bird. By placing the rider below the
center of gravity Ihe inventors claim
the machine Is rendered far more
buoyant. A working model of the
new flyer has answered all the expectations of Silver and Savage.
A HOME
FOR
ONE THOUSAND CURLERS
REACH WINNIPEG FOR SPIEL
RICKARD AND  GLEASON
ARE   STILL  COGITATING
the
the
Salt   Lake,    Feb.
and .lack Qleason, promoters of
Jeffries-Johnson light, joined in
|following  statement   tonight:
"The location of ihe batt.e ground
for the proposed Jeffries-Johnson contest is still unsettled. We will meet
in conference at San Francisco next
week, ami positive announcement of
the location will be made not later
than February 20. lt is purely a matter ei business with us. and tlie besl
propositi ui will be accepted. We
both know now that Salt Lake has to
offer, and we will meel in San Fran-
Winnipeg, Feb. P.���Thc twenty-
second annual bonspiel opened this
morning. There were 187 rinks ready
for business. It was estimated that
over a thousand curlers from all parts
of Canada and many states of the
union were present. The hotels were
1 crowded. As the stone arrived at the
various rinks these presented an animated appearance. Many ladies were
present, and there was marked en-
, thustasm.
Everybody ln the curling world was
up bright and early. Men with brooms
l could be seen hurrying to the rinks.
��� where they lined up for the opening
I festivities in the struggle that will
i be waged for close on two weeks.
Tlie   cold   weather   was   welcomed
i by   all.   and   the   prospects   are   Vfry
ifavorable for keen Ice tor the entire
bonspiel.    President   l.yall   was  kept
i.���Tex Rickard] bUSy ;in morning welcoming the newcomers and straightening out a number of  minor tang.es  that arose dur-
the day.
One Hundred Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from thiKcar line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
is situated on the route of the New Westminster-Millslde car line
(to be built this summar), when it will double in value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH  AND $25  PER  MONTH   buys  a  new  severvroom   house '
In  Sapperton;   a  good  buy. Price only $1600. No. 234
ja<
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years. This propertyis on the direct route to the Stave
Lake Power Company's property and is an exceptionaHy good
buy in  acreage. No .364
White, Shiles & Co
746 and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
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Big Sale all  this month,
everything  reduced   and'
everything plainly marked.
ing
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Westminster.
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LOVES   ITS   NEW   MAYOR.
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Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAiRY SOAP, the oval cake.
CISCO
there
to look over th,. different sites
PICKED FIELD TO START
IN   FIFTEEN-MILE   RACE |
.New York, Feh. 9.���An offlda. announcement of the number of starters
in the professional fifteon-mlie race
to be held at Madison Square Garden
on February 14. has been made. From
a field of at least loo applicants, tlie
following men have been selected to
start: Alfred Shriihb, the English
speed marvel; Hans Holmer, the Canadian Marathon runner, who has
come to the from rapidly during tho
past year hy defeating such men us
St. Yves, Marsh. Hayes and Longboat; Aeoose, the Western Canada
Indian; Charley Mueller, the Bronx
runner; Jtm CroW.ey, the former
Irish-American A C. athlete; the D >w
Swedish champion, Ljungstrom; Red-
hawk, an Indian runner, and Fred
Meadows, th,. Canadian who recently
defeated Shrubb.
Rome    Gives    Him    a    Great   Ovation
After   Snowballing   Experience.
Rome, Feb. 9.���Signor Nathan, the
��� mayor of Home, who was roughly
handled and snowballed in Milan
when ho attempted to if i/.e the
much-discussed statue of Nlobe,
which the courts had ordered placed
in his possession, ami who burst in
the doors of the room where It was
kepi yesterday and seized the statue,
returned here today and was greeted
by an applauding crowd. The mayor
did not remove the Statue, bU1 formally seized it and allowed It to remain In Milan pending a settlement
of the suits in the courts.
Mayor Nathan was escorted from
the station hy a great crowd to his
home, where ho thanked the people
for their sympathy and appreciation.
He went on to praise the Romans for
their interest In Ihe question of art.
and this served to provoke renewed
cheering.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
PRESIDENT   LYNCH   GIVES
OUT OFFICIAL   NOTICES
I Surrey Nurseries, Ltd.
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Extra   fine lot of rare and beautiful
Ornamental Trees andlShrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
:
See the stock "and get our prices.
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New
Lynch,
league,
lowing
York,    Feb. 9.���Thomas   J,
president of the National
today promulgated tho f��'-
contracts and releases:
Contracts: With Boston���Fred T.
Beck, Reals Becker, Charles 13. Brown1
Gustave GeU, George F. Graham, J.
Herbert Moran, Forest T. Moore,
William Rarlday, Lewis Richie David S. Shean, Harry Smith, Kirby
White,  Meldon  Wotgang.    With  New
York���Ralph Bell, A. H. Blrdwell, H.
L. Buck, Larry Doyle Arthur Fletcher,
Releases: By Boston to Omaha
(Western league)���James K, Kane.
By Cincinnati to St Louis (National)
���Frank J. Corridon. Miller .1. Hug-
gins, BJ. T. Oakes. By St. Louis to
Cincinnati (National)���Fred L. Bee-
he, Alan M. Storke.
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Eddie Smith for Referee.
Oakland, Feh. 9.���Fddlo Smith, Of
Oakland, has been chosen to referee
the championship lightweight fight
between Battling Nelson and Ad-
Wolgast February 22. The selection
was made at a meeting between John
It. Robinson, manager for Nelson,
"Tom" Jones, Wolgast'a manager, and
"Sis" Hester,  promoter of the fight.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
EMPLOYERS'  LIABILITY
AN EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY POLICY insures against loss or
expense arising from claims upon the assured for damages on account of personal injuries, regardless of whether legal liability exists or not and whether th? claims are i lade for Injuries actually
suffered or for injuries I rely alleged to have been suffered. Each
accident reported is promptly and thoroughly investigated. If the
circumstances indicate liability on the part of the assured, steps
are taken at once with a view of settlement without litigation.
Should legal proceedings be taken, however, the company defends
the suit, defrays expenses of litigation, and up to the limits*named
in the policy pays any damages which  may  be  awarded. n
The limits of liability undertaken are: In event of an accident
causing death or injury of ons person, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS OR UPWARD.
In event of an accident causing the death or Injury of several
persons, TEN  THOUSAND  DOLLARS   OR   UPWARD.
The policies do not lapse upon these limits being reached, but
continue their warranty to pay within such limits every accident
that may take plac�� during the policy year, whether few or many.
The Liability Policies of the Railway Passengers' Assurance
Company enable employers to reduce to a fixed charge an uncertain
element of business expense, which if not prop-erly provided for
frequently results In financial disaster. Incidentally, they relieve
employers from  much  annoyance  and  anxiety.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man ' 657 Columbia St.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Onrnw mgktt St ana   FUtk Arm**
PHONE wa
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W.  RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R627
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARy
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SEEK EXCLUSION OF
UNLICENSEO COMPANIES
STEAMBOAT  DRAMA.
Insurance Concerns  From  Across the
Line Should   Not  Do  Business  in
'   n .d-1, S^ys Fire Association,
Ottawa. Feb 9.���T. L. Morrissey,
speaking for the Canadian Fire association, before the s< nate banking
and en,an vice committee last evening, Bald that he repi i sented fifty
thousand people in Canada engaged
in the iii - insurance business. He
maintained that unlicensed companies were unsafe and thai it would be
undesirable to have them doing business In Canada al all. The proposed
law would enable wildcat companies
to write up insurance In Canada without being ab��e to pay losses and
withoui even intending to do so. He
held thai the rates of Canadian companies were noi too high, as had
been claimed, but were if anything,
the reverse,
J. B. Laidlaw, of Toronto, pointed
out  thai   the  total  fire  Insurant   in
force  in  Canada   was  now  $2,400,1 .-
000, and in view of the interests at
stake the Canadian companies believed that they should not be put to
a disadvantage as compared with unlicensed foreign companies.
George Otty, of St. John, N. B.,
representing the American Associated Fire companies, also opposed the
fifteen per cent clause. He claimed
that the eventual result would be that
English and American companies
would cease taking out licenses in
Canada and would do business
through N'ew York brokrrs and dea;
only in big risks. He urged that
Canada should not permit American
companies licensed by individual
states to do what other states of the
Union  would not permit.
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erence to any other, because
It cleanses the clothes  n >re
thoroughly, and at ha!/ the    ,
cost   without    injury   to   /,
hands or fabric. Follow   /j
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THE  MEALS AT THE
American Farmers
Coming In Hordes
WINNIPEG   BOASTS   OF
NINTEEN LIVE MILLIONAIRES
lionaires.    They
are:
.1.    V.    \ikins.
cor; oration
lawver;
\Y.   F.    \lloway.
b��i I'-er;   J.
II.  Ash-
down,  hardware
merchant;
Nicholas
According to the Winnipeg Telegram, the city which occupies the site
of Old Fort Carry and which in forty
years has gathered about 125,000 people within its boundaries, is now the
proud possessor of nineteen Uvg millionaires. They
.1. V. \ikins.
W.   F.   Mloway.
down,   hardwail	
Bawlf, grain  dealer;   Edward  Brown,
real estate (at Portag I;  D. O. Cameron,  lumberman;   1>.  S,  Currie,   investor;   E,   L.   Drewry,   brewer;   C.
Enderton.   veal    estate;    Rev     C     \V.
Gordon,   novelist;   E.   F.   Hutchings,
leather  roods;   W.  C.  Leistikow;   J.
D.   McArthur,   contractor;    Hod.   Mc-
Ke'v,-' >, railway manager;   Sir Daniel
Me'"ii.-i.   lujnberman:    A.    R.    Mc-
Nichol,   investor;     Alex.    McDonald,
provision   merchant;    A.   M.    Nanton,
broker,   and   Captain    W.    I'ohinson,
fish merchant.
As Toronto Is said to have only
twenty-twn millionaires and .Montreal
only about fifty, Winnipeg is doing
very well.
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heads of departments ail over the
western system.
Regarding Ihe present outlook in
the west, he said everything pointed
to a continuance of prosperity.
"As everybody knows,' he said,
"last year's harvest was the best in
the history of the country, and its effect is everywhere apparent. We
shall have this year an immense immigration out from Great EMtaln. in
regard to the latter, the scheme ol
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy for providing ready-made farms for immigrants
from Great Britain is. I think, the
best thing in regard to the settlement
of land that has been proposed. In-
sead of the hardships hitherto incidental to the settlement of new land,
immigrants will now be able to go
upon their farms to find comfortable
houses already built, and a portion of
the land a,ready under cultivation.
Those ready-made farms will be established in various parts of Alberta,
upon the ordinary agricultural land
as well as in the irrigation belt. We
have not yet started to prepare them,
hut the active work in connection
with them is one o the matters on
which I am here to confer with the
president.
Asked if the company had come to
any decision regarding the experiments under way at the big falls on
the Kootenay river, with a view to
the electrification of the C. P. R. in
the west. Mr. Whyte said noting had
yet been decided one way or the
other.
"We have not abandoned the idea
of electrifying the C. P. R.," he said,
"neither have we decided to adopt
electricity. If Fdlson were to put an
apparatus on the maret for the storage of electricity, as it is reported
he Is about to do. then the problem
would be simplified. Meanwhile, we
are simply continuing our experiments."
rlontinn   I'alact-N   That   Karnlib
Irrtitiiimrul   For   HIviT Town*.
Anybody who lives In a town on the
bnntts of the Mississippi river aad
hears a calliope play at 5 o'clock ln
the morning knows that It Is not a ctr
ens that ls coming to to-srn. It ts Ose
floating palace, which is the name given to a unique form of theatrical transportation entertainment that is used
only on tho river and Its tributaries,
the Ohio aud tlie Missouri.
Them are nt the present time more
than a dozen floating palaces. Each
��f them ��irrios a well equipped stugo
s company of from sixteen to thirty-
flve actors aud aefrusses, and has sent
Ing capacity for from 200 to 700 per-
sous. Each of the boats has fl st": irn
pin no with which the peonle from th '���
eountryside are called to Cie Ian 111 in*,
where the Bhows are given o.i ibe
boats, and most of the boats carry
pretty fair bauds.
Nowhere else in this country or
���.broad If tlie drama curled rrp and
down rivers on steamboats. Barring i a,
the railroad, tie favorite moans of ���
transportation In I";: :land and In cm
tliienii: I ' to ' Is 'ie wagon. Tlaere
are u...n -ri.^..i f vs in this country, but r would nud It difficult t*
reach ai. Lie io as 'hat are easily
reached bj ae tie rlnj alacew. Many
of the town* tat�� ah their dramatic
sustenance from these floating playhouse* have no railroad connections
whatever. If It were not for the
shows thnt float down or np to them
by boat they would have to go without
theatrical fare.
Mark Twain, who knows the big river about as well as anybody, usod to
be well acquainted with the old time
managers of a few of the flont*g palaces, ne Introduces one of them Into
'Huckleberry Finn." But tiroes chance,
und men change with them, and tlie
floating palace of today ls much more
elaborate and much finer than were the
floating palaces of tlie older time.
They play to thousands of persons
each season, nnd they ptve pretty good
shows. Their managers, who live In
Cincinnati and St. IxjuIs, make good
profits on fhe Investment ��� Chicago
Tribune
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the Lion  I�� n  I/orr, i . r.f
a   (a*#o4   DchI   cl
The "king of boasts,
���r upon Uie lions of ,
ropolitau Magazine, i
nuisance.  The stock ow ,.���
for  the   huvo.:   h
nerds.    There   ls
; res a '.vrit
"to :,:et
litigated
^^^^^loataes Liir
causes  among  th��
no   security   attains!
AT THE   HOTELS
Estimates Given.
Plione 567.
Russell.
Wheeler, Seattle.
Hamilton. N'elson.
Swapper. Vancouver.
D.   \gnew. Toronto.
Hall. Vancouver.
Tax lor, Vancouver.
Cowan. Vancouver.
H. L. Johnston. Vancouver.
W.  V. Shakespeare, Vancouver.
F. J. Gillespie, Vancouver.
S.
M.
II.
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II.
J.
E.
Windsor.
J.  R.  Morrison.  Dewdney.
H. St. Cyr. Dewdney.
J.   M.   McN'iehol.  Vancouver.
James   McLean,  Vancouver.
Mrs.  Captain  Reid.  Albion.
R  T. Campbell, North Vancouver.
E. W. Green, Toronto.
Lever Brothers. Toronto, will send you
free a cake ri their famous Plan toi
toilet   soap,  if   you mention   this  paper.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       * B.C.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Jlsland and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following' morning.
him. He is always traveling. A pah
of lions may Dud a spit where game L'
���asily obtainable und make a consid
erahle stay there, but their real how*
is the whole veld.
If the lion slew ouly as much as h��
could eat he would l>e less hateful, bu>
he will often kill four or five oxen and
content himself with devouring only
the entrails of one.
He is a low crafty brute, one thai
takes no risks, for, unlike tlie leopard
he will never leap a wall unless he can
see what is ou the other side. A pnpei
fence would keep him away from k j 2
herd of cattle,  provided  they did  no- | T
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break out through terror of his growl
Ing and his smell.
The lion's rour Is the subject of an-
other fiction. Not that be is incapabli
of making the most terrible, awe in j
spiring sound emitted by any llvln|
thing, but because #hen he ls roaring
be ls harm loss. H is the lion which
keeps quiet that Is *o be feared, for aa
a rule the male aad female work li
couples, and the one that makes tb��
noise is merely driving tli* game down
tbe wind to the silent partner.
In a single respect only���on the scon
of strength���does the lion deserve h's
name of "king of beasts." He car
drag a large bullock over rough ground
with tho greatest ease; ht can carry s
mule on his back, after hoisting lt there
by some strange sideways Jerk of his
hoad; he can leap a fire foot fence with
a full sixed donkey gripped In hli
month. Otherwise, speaking from a
seven years' experience In the llos
country, I have no hesitation ln de
scribing the king of beasts us a fraud,
at least so far as his alleged nobility
Is concerned.
His regal attributes lose some ot
their glamour when one learns that th*
so called monarch frequently lives foi
days at a time on such plebeian food
as Held rats, and the vision of thi
krngly creature sitting patiently on i
flat rock waiting for the rats to com*
out from underneath In *, rather nn
heroic one.
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Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1   p?r day up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'This meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be Kept on file |
ln our reading room. i
CARLETON GILBERT, Mgr.
Oac Word'a  Mranlnffa.
English is u most remarkable lna
gunge. It has some peculiarities of an
extraordinarily rich vocabulary anf
others of the poorest and most barrer
tongue, separate words for minute dis
Unctions and single words that havi
many meanings. Many examples of
both peculiarities can bs found In tht
Dialect Dictionary, an Bagllsh puhH
cation. Every fanner's boy knows bow
to use the words lasab, sheep, ewe an*
nun, but h��w maay at them would b*
able to define tke words tag, tup-hog.
teaser, tvp-eeg, tnp-yeld and six tooth
etch of which fixes tbe age or the sei
of a sheep T For example, a tup-bog t>
a young ram before the first shearing
On tbe other head, take the word
sack, i i need by people ln one pari
of England or another it may mean a
neck of mutton, the bones of a dead
horse, a blow, a sharp pain, a kitchen
fireplace, pert of a baud loom, a reach
ta a river, a ford, a pathway a nit, a
gap hi a hedge, a flying cloud, to pour ofl
Manor, to stack. These are the unusu.!
meaning*, and there are others men
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sanitary   kitchen   in   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
period of   .
annua]   ,  ,
P��""    Mia,,
shall  be leased "-  ������
company.     Al,���.. -Mua, *
Ave cents pei   to ^e 0.
on the merchantahl, , ,'
A' W. COKY
or I
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Deputy of the Mini to- ort,   ,-
N.B.-Unauth
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And all the principal ousmesscent* :-sof!
OlNfARIO   i UEBEC and the MARL
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couver. ''��� ^
To Victoria~l:30 p. ,, dailv
ro Nanalmo-2 p, m. dally; u'   .
Monday. ' u '��������
To   fJnion   and   C rniox���2   n
Tuesdays and   Thui days,  '     '
To Alaska and N'orthi ri H r ij
I>. in. January 8, LB md every folk*
Ing Saturday. ���     *
ket Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago.', ^ ^S^f^0
1��  a.   in.  Mondays,   A ed
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Westminster. II. C.
For  furthci   partlcu        ������ j
dress
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Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.   W.  VA'uX.
Assistant General  Passenger nnd Tic-1
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Auy available Dominion Lauds witli
in the railway belt in British Colum
Lia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over IS years Of aye, to
the extent of one-quarter section 01
100 acres, more or less.
Kntry must  be  made personally  ai
tlid  local  land office  for the dlstric
In  Which the land is Situate.      Entr)
by  proxy  may,  however,  be made ��n
i I certain    conditions    by    the    fatner
��� mother, son. daughter, brother or Bit
X ter of an intending honiesiead<?r.
e      The homestead.r is required to per
��� form the conditions connected tti.Te
X with under one ot the following
��> plans:
(1)    At least six months' reslrJenci
upon  and  cultivation of the  land on
eh year  for three years.
��� {2} If the father ( or mother, lf tn.-
4  father Is deeased), of the homesteader
��� resides ui>on a farm in the vicinity ol
X the land entered for, the requirements
��)  as   to   residence   may   be   satisfied   by
��� such person  residing with  the father
��� or mother.
(3)  lf the settler has his perman.n'
residence   upon   farming   land   owned
by  him  In  the  vicinity  of  his  home
he requirements as to resld.nci
satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notlce In writing should
he given to the commlss'on r of Do
minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   be
��� pia
e apt
��� <-io
2[oy  mm
��� stead, th.
J may   b"
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Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run every halt
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. in.
Last car leaves Vaucouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City   Line:   Cars  leive tram
office on the hour, twenty mln-1
Utes   after,   and   forty    minute.'
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m '.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars  leave
at  ten  minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after *
the  hour, commencing st 6:30 Z
a. m. J
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Sunday service half-hourly*>*��� X
tween 8:80 a. m. and 11. p. m-
f   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deaters m AU Ktnds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes-Urffe Stock Tlain and
Fancy Gla��s
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Tel-ohone 12. New Westm-nit*
I Is
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  10,  1910.
,UST LOOK YOUNG.
IcconnU For ��/j��-<1 Locks Thai
\ursc��  Sometimes   Show.
���y ,g slie'f* II S��0(l nurse, doctor,"
Bd the patient rather reluctantly.
������Vou dou't mean that," was the an
of tbe physician. "What's tiie
u,r with her? Come, tell me."
pNothlng," began 'ho faint contradlo
"She's quiet, tidy and sympa
Vut, doctor, her hair's dyed. 1
il,l'����e K plainly yesterday when she
rtween me und the window."
rjjp doctor did not speak for a mo-
,    He did not even look surprised.
fcgnch a nice nurse, too," went on ths
k,ut    "Why  should she do such i
UJ|Bb thrngr'
��� was '.htin t''Ht- sllL' learned from th<
ior that dyed hair Is not nearly sc
Icommon   In   the   case   of   trained
t)U.
etic,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
usic and Drama
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Henry James.
A play at once significant Of a vain-
able Btage alliance and a material
equipment remarkable even in this
day of extraordinary investitures will
he the production by Louis James of
Shakespeare's great, work, "Henry
VIII., King of England," which will
be the attraction at the Opera house
on   Wednesday evening next.
In producing this p.ay Mr. .lames
has triumphed over many difficulties,
and by so doing gives to the American public eminent proof of the patience and the ardor of his genius.
. . He   has  indicated  emphatically  that
|tge8 as might be supposed. Sick pec- Shakespeare's works have a place on
llli,. to have young  nurses aboul   tli..  stage, and  superbly  so.    Of Mr
Even physicians have a weuk   .lames it is asserted that he has vis-
������ the young nurses.    They bt> j uali/.od the play's various charms and
i     many elements or uranrio,���   an(j
a ro-
BB
,, that their Interest and enthusiasm
greater.
rhi' nurses' term of usefulness ls
,, enough ns It is," this physician
u "for tie work Is so exhaustive Unit
must   Boon   succumb.     Some   of
compelled te give up after
roars,   Few are ever able to keep
|until they have put In twenty years j
��� ��� ...  feel that frray hairs, coming
ins ii  little earlier  than  they   are
-,���  fotng to make the term of
i i  days even  briefer they  urn
,n to hiding those traces of time
overwork hy the use of lm'r dye,
tuber that do make use of II
rv much larger than anybody sup
,'"_.w.r York Bun
THE GOLDEN  FLEECE.
uij;iji>  Prl��ed <>f th��> surviving
Ordem  oi  Chivalry.
all the orders of mediaeval chiv- .
a! . ti have survived the shock of
lesslve revolutions on tlie continent
urope since the great cataclysm of
that of the Qolden Fleece is per-
the most distinguished and the
: ghlj coveted by personages of
lilrth or of Illustrious patrician
lid badge of the order is tlie figure
sheep In embossed gold suspend- \
rom u heavy chain of gold.    Tho
robes consist of a long mantle of
jgon velvet, cut In the fashion of a
dotal cope, richly embroidered at
mrders with emblematic devices (
tars,   half  ni"ons   and   fleeces   in
and lined with white satin, over
r. let and hose of crimson damask.
full robes also comprise a "chap?
or hood, with   a  long  flowing
ainer uf black satin, but this head-
. modem times been  gen-
dispensed with.
:,  lly   tlie   rubes   of   the   order,
led ln 142t) by Philip
'id, duke of Burgundy, were of
I-     loth lined with white lamb's
many elements of grandeur,
as an Idyll, as a spectacle, as
mane and as a tragedy he has mad;
it a thing for wbicli tho public WiJ
be grateful and accord to Mr James
full honors. Th,. coming engagement
is attracting immediate attention and
Mr. .lames will surely appeal to all
lovers of thai which is highest and
besl in dramatic art.
AS  THE
'As th
SUN   WENT
DOWN.
Sun Went Down.'' the new
Play by George D. Hake,-, which will
be seen here at the Opera house on
fhursday,  February   17,   has    scored
Re the east half of section 36, block
"' North range 6, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas. Proof of the loss of Certificate No. 921BP, Issued in the name
'" ���'��� A. L, McAlplne, has been filed lu
this office
Notice is hereby given that  I shall,
ai  the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication her.-
��t In a daily newspaper published in
tne City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate  of  the  said  Certilicale,  un-
meantime valid objection
me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl  Registrar of Titles.
Registry  Office,  New  Westmln-
C, January 27, 1910.
Mail Service
less iii the
be made to
Land
stei
H.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional, Silicon Fractional Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the.New'
Westminster Mining Division of
New Westminster District, where
located Pitl Lake:
Take notice that, we. Pitl Lake
Brick ami Cemenl Company, Limited,
Free   Miner's  Certificate   No.   B30434
Following are the hours or despatch
nd arrival of mails at the -New West-
niuuter post office, ilie hour given in
leach case being the  Hour of closing,
which  is half an  hour, as a. rule, before  the actual  despatch.    AU malls,
unless otherwise staled, are despaMtn-
i  d and  received  dally except Sunday.
.The   only   mails   dispatched   aud   re>
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. It. ��ast mails, not including
lie   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m. (closed ac eleven o'clock
the previous niglii)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
! 3. C. Elvctrle railway.
First C. P. It. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboistord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and bias-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls
w
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
are received  from
intend 60 days from the date hereof viovwrdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
to apply to the Mining Recorder for Mlmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
a Certificate of Improvement for the u* Pori Cuichon tram ou Tuesdays!
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant .Thursdays and Saturdays.
(,r the above claims. 11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
And further take notice that action Central Park, via B. C. Electric Hail-
under section 37 musl be commenced way.
before  the  Issuance of such  Certlfl- 12:30 p.m.���Strawcerry    Hill    inn
Ciln*   ,,",'���'"V',"!""!S-     -,         , berland and  South Westminster, by
k D 1909                  y       December ourter (Tuesday and Friday).
TT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   C'KUK.VI I    l-30P-m.-EastBurnauy.bj courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam. iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer niontns close at
2:110  except   Saturday)��� Ladner,   Port
. Guichon,   Westham    Island   and   Sun-
bury, daily except Sine.ay; Woodward,
NOTiCE. Tuesday, Tbursda>   and Hatui lay, via
  j"J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston  mail des-
District  of   New  Westminster.       ipatched and received via Vancouver.)
Take notice, that thirtv davs after L2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper
date.
A NI)
CO., LTD., E. .1. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B30435.
notice, that thirty days after ....
Alexander   Cruickshank.   far- hiding, via G. N. R. north.
mer. of Matsqui, B. C, intend to ap
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nleomekl,   and
ply for a license to prospect for coal   Po��t Kelts daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
one of the greatest successes of any
play ri cently produced.
The company, which is headed by
Estha Williams, has been conced >d
to be a unifonnally strong one and
the production, which has bei n
gotten out bv the Leo-Lash company
���    . circumstance has some- I (lf N, w  Vl���.|." cily   js II)ost elaborate.
trtrengthened the theory that the      The Bale of seats will  in ad  prob-
e wa�� institute by Philip I ability   be large.
grateful recognition of the
ures which tlie Puke of
'.:'.;.    had    acquired     from     the
of the t'.ocks reared on his vast
Flanders.   Be tt as It may,
roolen costume was changed In
l] ter held at Valenciennes
���   ire costly materials of.vel-
damask and gold embroid
Londui; Telegraph.
and  petroleum  on the  following des-
scribed  lands:
Commencing at a post set at the
southeast corner of District Lot 65,
group 2, New Westminster District,
and marked Alexander Crulckshank's
northoast corner: thence west to the
intersection of the section line he-
tween sections 31 and 32, township
16, with the southern boundary of
District Lot 64, group 2, New Westminster District, thence south one
mile; thence east one mile; thence
north one mile to the point of commencement and containing about 640
acres. ��
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 28, 1910.
TENDERS.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
and
IPs violin.    If
a sported   to   a
the  pathos  of
if you  want   to
feel  the uplift  which  an evening of
esthetic  enjoyment   gives,  or if  you
Listen I j    ��� ��� ������
vim    want    to    be    ti
b< aven  of dellghl  by
a simple swe t so g,
Meeting   of   an    Englishman
an  Irishman  In   New  York.
in Englishman arriving in Xew
rk and being u stranger met an
bum  on   the   street   and,   ap-
\>" Lung bim, inquired tlie way to
1 street. The Irishman told him
was alxiut to pass on when tlie
iman said:
["Now, will vou tell mo how to got
[Central park?   I have hoard bo
Mi alrnut it in London."
The Irishman told him that also
was al>out to go when tho En-
*hman   stopped   him  again   and
Id:
f*"*V, mo good man, being ns I
�� Granger, I would like to ask
1 more question.    Will you tell
how to get to tho subway P"
lie   Irishman   ngnin   informed
and, being impressed with his
*nn��r and  naturally  curious, he
*��! whom he had the "honor" of
lueesing.
I Li�� Englishman answered:
I *^b', 1 am the Tion. Lord Chnn-
|)'of London, England���Knight o��
r Garter, Knight of tho frown,
*%ht i f the Fleece and Knight of
Beth���- and now, pray tell m��
JWyou nro, sir."
Th'' Irishman dryly replied:
��h, 1 am Pat Muldoon of Ho-
ki:n���l^t night, tomorrow night.
Ig��t before last nnd every othe*
Pomiu' night, sir."���Judge's Mag
H of Fun,_
Wkat Could  He  Expect?
oee here," growled thc patroi
wo cheap restaurant, "this cof
ti cold |�� r
hi"1^ w T' retorted tho polite and
P��'Vnt aftendnnt "Well, din is
'<|uiek hutch joint, so if do coffee
,���1���1 TJ! couldn't drink it in ���
I���' ���Boston Transcript.
I
Sealed b tuleis, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
ISth February, for the conveyance of
llis Majesty's mails, on propose I contracts for four years, lt and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westminster Post office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Groat Northern Railway Station, from  the  1st   April next.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to the conditions of
proposed contract may be seen und
blank forms of Tender may he obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster. Sapperton und Queensborough. and at the office of the Post
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office. Vancouver, B. C, 7th January, 1010.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Posi Office Inspector.
\      s \   i
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Nfflce 'Phone IIS.     Barn "Phone 1S7
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
heaxl on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver anil Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver  at   this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all TJ.
S. points east and south, via G. N K
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. It., east, Fra
jeer Mills. This mail takes the toi-
lowing local places: Barnet and
|Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Cnilll-
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton. Lillo. et, Spences' Bridge, Nicola nnd district, and aM points ��ast
except Kootennys.
Mails   Receiveo.
0:4p a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all 0. S. points, via G. N. H
"uwi.
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Kiectric
Railway.
9:00 'o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hia,
by courier  (Tuesday and Friday).
9:M0 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn-r, Hon
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
ion despatched and received via Vancouver.)
10 a.m.���C. P. It. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Pari
and Fraser Arm.
1:2D p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:HO p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30  p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, in-
Inding all U. S. points.
9:10   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   ana
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
nclud:n? TJ.  S.  A.  matter,  and  also
Frase.- Mills.
making  direct   connections    for    all |
paints in Eastern Canada and United j
| States.   Seattle   train   leaves   at   8:35 i
ja.m.;  Agassi/, local at 5:115 p.m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. Bi POSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver '
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK TIIE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
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ly Illuminated train in the world. Thc
equipment consists of private pompart
ment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smok- j
iaft cite.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders,  or  nny i
further Information call on or write
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If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
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and   it.  will  be
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J. Oracey, friyr.
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
MAUD POWELL
Arri-rica's   Foremost   Violinist,   Who
Will Appear at the Opera House on
Friday, February  18.
want to feel a thrill of patriotism be-
cause a great, modest, unaffected,
Xe and vibrant talent has been horn
in the western hemisphere-in short.
If you want to Und out how much can
be got out of a Addle, go listen to
Maud Powell.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited."     St.   Paul
Chicnrjo,  "Short   Line."   Omaha
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Bank ot Montreal
IlSTAUUSHEU IS17.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Cauada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
'..'. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
lanking business transacted. Let-
���era of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in al) pans of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
���eceived in  sums  of  %\   and  upward,
tc i md Interest allowed at 2 p6r cent, per
to ! mnuni (present rate).
rota!   Onsets over $lfi8.U0'J.000.O0.
<>EVV WESTMINSTER   E^ANCH,
Q.  Pi.   I'.RYMNKI.    M-.tiager.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
No trains iu tne service on anv
railroad in the work! that equal iu
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
wn ami operate their own sleeping
nd dining oars on al) their trains and
jive their patrons an excellence of
service  not  obtainable elsewhere.
11. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Aldor. Poland. Or.
NOTlCt 10 ARCHITECTS.
P'/YA  .       OLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL���
CO -PETITIVE     DESIGNS.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars l��ave Vancouver for New Wesl-
minster at 5:00, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., ami every half hour thereafter
until 11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.ni., and every half hour thereafter sntil 11:00 ^>.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver Tor New West
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half   hour   thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at ":00 a.m.. and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manajjer, New
Westminster.
Mrs.
Not Locomotive.
Qoodldnd���So you are an
jPheer and can't get a job in this
*"'   Well, why don't you po tr
f other place"? *
^Wtareden Tome���I can't, mad
��ttLj�� Sl'e 1>m a Btation4U'y en��i*
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BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
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at  Northern Railway.
aV.
N.W.
8:50 a.m.;
ar.
Seattle
3
35
.in
Lv.
N. W
11 a.m.;
ar.
Seattle
3
55
.in
Lv.
N. W.
4:32 p.m.;
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Seattle 9:40
p.m
Lv.
N. W.
12:10 a.m.
ar.
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Seattle 8:05 a.m.
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i 4:35 p.m.
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Tue Board of Managers for the
Roya Columbian Hospital invites
archi i=cts to subsoil competitive de-
sign of ii General Hospital. Which it
Is roposed to erect at S ipperton,
N w Westminster, B. C.
The designs shall he superscribed:
eslgn, Royal Columbian Hospil il.
and addressed to \V. 11. Keary, Secretary Hoard of Managers, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Wesl minster,
B. (.'.. and will he received up to noon
Wednesday, 16th February, 1910,
The design placed first by the adjudicator  will  receive a premium
J-iuir, the second a premium of
the third a premium of $2<>n.
The Hoard of Managers Is not
bound to erect the building from any
of the designs submitted.
Conditions governing competition
can be obtained by bona fide competitors upon application to the undersigned. W. H. KEARY,
Secretary Board of Managers.
New Westminster, B. C, January 7,
1910.
of
100:
SentjOn Approval
To RBSPONSIBIVS PEOPLE    *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
&he Inli Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thtit
Two
Popular
Articles
for onl"
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paid
la any
address
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
i
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., return* at 6 p.m. to
city. Leavea Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Qulchon at 1 P.m. ok
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on' Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each weea
'day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
j   Leaves N. W.  3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;  ar. Gulchon at 7 ?���*��������
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Ilutiratloi,' are Exaot Si��
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. ticlid Gold���cut
ou ngtit hand may be hud
in either oil r standard
black Opttalift pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpat-J
em, oa dtMred, either in J
plain or engraved finish,
aa preferi ed.
Ymi mny try thllpen a wmIc. I
If you tlu nut tind It aa r��|>r��iente<l,
a utUT   ri in i�� than you can ��������
C ill!   for  TURK! TIMM THIS  it Kt UI.
rna-i ia any i<ther make, if notl
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���poet ii'tiini it aud wa will miiU |
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Crt oi lift Ii our famof and )
popular IWn Okn Ink Etncll,
coiui'lutQ task "root triumph, ma
t�� iii iiimI iu any poiitlou in I
j.ockot oi ���li<pplnH Itajr, wiltet atl
nny Angle at first touch. 1'hti I
iMiin (tnrlnff) f��*d, Iridium I
point, iiollih��dvulcan1t��d rubber I
case, tetra cotta finish, Hatail |
I everywhere for lift). Aeenta I
wanted Writs ff>r torn** Write I
now " lest you forget."    AddreM f
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Msjutlo bldg..
Otlrolt Mink
f PAGE EIGHT.
THE D MLY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY
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NOTICE
The name STARUETT is
known to all mechanics,
and STARRETT'S TOOLS
speak for themselves.
We have now a fuh stock.
See the display in our
window.
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Yesterday
a service   wi
church in tht
eing   Asl
held in
evening.
St.
i dnesday,
Barnabas
VValgamutt's  orchestra   in
ance at The Royal Cal
J. McRae, general merchant oi'
Phoenix, B. C, is spending a tew
days in the city, the guest of J.
Reeves, manager of the W, Hunter
Co., Ltd.
Bert Douglas returned yesterday
from Victoria, where lie pin in a
couple ot days soliciting business foi
W. Webster, the mechanical expert of
this city.
attend-
**
| Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
F. S. Smith, world secretary of the
. Y. M. C. A., who was to have ad-
X! dressed a meeting in Columbia college yesterday, was taken suddeuly
ill in Vancouver and was not able '"
come here. The meeting was postponed  indefinitely.
.STORAGE
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Now
Is  the  time to
YourTlumbing
Done.
Tel. 281.
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
get X
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For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
A. HARDMAN:
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We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
.Individuals,   and   shall   In-   pleased   '���
meet  or   correspond   v.:. ,   thus,-   who
contemplate making changes or opening new iiccounts.
If yon  haven't  a, Savings Ac ount,
NOW is the hest time to start one.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  383.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
A Japanese named Furwaka has
been summoned to appear in the imi-
lice court  this morning Oi   i chi	
of keeping his    premises in  an
sanitary condition.
For   furniture,   carpels,     linolei:
etc.,  try  the  New  Furniture    Store,
Denny & Calloway. 43 Sixth street. *
J, C. Johnnie lias been examined
by medical men and declared sani,
The Chinaman will come up for trial
this morning on a charge of writing
threatening letters to a schoolgirl at
Pitt Meadows.
W.  K.  Fal .
sideboard foi
$12.    We beat
offers you a beautlfa.
$20, o a chiffonier for
any sale .  .ing on.    ***
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700,000
Total  Assets      70,000,000
New Westminster.  B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE.  Manager.
Westminster Modern
Basinets School
With a knowledge of the latest
methods this school is prepared to
lead the students placed in Us care
by the shortest road through the
mosl thorough course to a desirable
gosl���SYSTEM its watchword; PROGRESS its goal and HONOR its trade
mark.
We give you the latest business
methods and assist you to get a situation when you graduate. Come and
talk it over.
A.   L.   ECUCK,   Principal.
610   Columbia St.
t^r-nyy -.-. -.-  ..,--���.'. *J!g .Mm
SBBBESESSSr.tE^-'*
LIST   YOUR  PROPERTY  WITH
E�� J. FADE
FOR QUICK   SALES
We have f<3r s*ale City and Suburban Properties,
Farming Lanps and Water Frontage,
Timber Lands.
', Telephone 295
Call at The Itoyal Cafe for lunch,
dinner or after  theatre supper.        **
The Rovers are scheduled to play
a football game with the Shamrocks
in Vancouver next Saturday.
At the annual meeting of thu Fraser Valley Nursery held in this city
this week it was decided to change
the location of the farm from near
Burnaby Lake to a place near Alder-
grove, the directors deciding that
the present site was too valuable for
the purpose.
P. Burns & Co. received a fresh
shipment of oysters yesterday.      ***
Jo Gun, alias Jung Pung, a Chinese thief sentenced to six years in
the penitentiary for thefts at Victoria,
is due here this morning, when he
will be given a dinstinctive uniform
and a steady job in Warden J. C.
Brown's brickfield.
For first-class out flowers and  anv
kind of Flora! work, telephone lv
Greenhouse. R208
The successful coup., ta the tw i-
step contest at the : .Man rink
lasl night was Miss Grac \ I itemute
and Darrel Sinclair. ' m r ��� was
a large number of contestants in the
event, and a big crowd of spectators
���enjoyed the performance.
The entrance to the office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, is on
Sixth street. Take the main entrance
to tlie barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the left. Drop In an 1
sec the secret of the monorial.      ***
The placing of a few planks at the
street crossings at the lower end of
Columbia street until the road is in
shape again would be greatly appreciated by pedestrians. At the present
time solid footing can only be obtained by sinking one's foot through
two or three inches of mud. The
same complaint applies to the post-
office corner.
Sing Way, a Chinaman, aged
twenty-six, who had been an inmate
of the Royal Columbian hospital for
four weeks, died of parlaysis last
night. W. E. Fales will have charge
of the funera..
The city lockup was tilled to overflowing last night, eight sinners being
accommodated with board bunks and
blankets. The last arrival was given
quarters in the women's cell.
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
If you 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,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the hest grades at the lowest
prices.
I
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
NOTICE.
Notice   Is   hereby   given   that   the
'Pitt   River   Lumber   Company,   Limited,"   having   applied   to   His   Excellency, the Governor General in Council, for thc approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
and.   booming   grounds   in   the   Pitt
River, in the District of New West-
! minster,  Province   of  British   Coluni-
jbia,  having deposited with  the Hon-
I orable the Minister of Public Works
I at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
j booming   grounds,   together   with   a
description  of  thb   site  thereof,  and
I have   also   deposited   a.   duplicate   of
I each in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds   for  the  said  District   Of  New
Westminster,  In   which   District  said
works aro proposed to he constructed,
ln accordance with the requirements
of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Waters
i Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
i    Dated the 11th day of January, 1910.
i    - WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited. ^|
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
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iBURNABY
Two acres on Hastings Road
close to City car line
$2000
One-third cash.
W. S. ROSE, 2^tSs!^^t^ss^^
TELEPHONE 655. ^^
of New Spring
Many new styles in the over popular Shirt
Waists are being shown. Every day brings some
new garments to the Ready-to-wear Department.
Among the first to find their way here have been
these popular priced blouses.
Lawn Shirt Waists $1.65 each   I
Fine White Dawn Waists, with fronts of Al.-Over Embroidery
and circular yokes of lace; sleeves are full length. Sizes it to 34
Each 	
.$1.65
White Lawn Waists,
$1.75 each
Fine White Lawn Blouses, made   with   embroidered   front]
sets  of   fine   tucks,  made   to   fasten/   under     box     pleats,    Sizes
34 to 40.    Each      J1.75
Shirt Waists of Linen
and Fancy Vesting
i
Tailored  Waists. In a variety of styles, showing the newi
signs in tucked fronts, laundered collars and cuffs.    Sizes   i to
Bach  at    $2.25, $2.50 nnd $350
Children's Caps
and Tarns
CLEARING AT 25c EACH.
A few odd lines Of Plain
Colored Caps, Navy Tunis.
Stocking Caps and Bonnets
on sale at this low price to
clear. Regular values 50c
to  75c.    Now    25c
30 doz. Excelda
Handkerchiefs
3 for 25c
Fine   Soft  Handkerchiefs,
plain white with colored
borders, in all white or
solid colors, and dowered designs on white; a
splendid handkerchief for
everyday use. On sale at
three   for    25c
All Wool
Panama Suiting
44-inch    Medium    v..
All-Wool Panama, firm "���
even in weave, a Bplendld
material for skirts ' I
suits; colors are navy,
brown, green, cardinal and
black and cream. 'Vr
yard    J1-00
Apprentice wanted for Millinery
Department, apply at once
50 Pieces Best English Prints,
15c. per yard
Navy, Blue, Grey, Brown and White Ground Prints, in the popular small designs, novcty stripes,
in Paisley and .Monotone effects, flowered designs, In new colorings.
Cotton Foulards 35c. per yard
A material so much like silk in appearance that you might be forgiven for believing ll ""Ji
shown in brown, navy, rose, black and white grounds, with whitei or colored spots; fast colors, ->
inches wide.   Per yaid  	
Special India Longcloth for
Undergarments, 25c. per yard
A  fine soft   English Cotton, known as India Longlcloth, one of  the  nicest  and  most   BUltable ri'''
tons for underclothing that one can find in the trade.   We recommend  lt.    Width  is 86 Inches,    it '*
fine and own in weave, smooth  and  soft  in   finish, absolutely  free   from   sizing  or  dressing;   ^'".V.    I
white, and  weight  is amply  heavy  for underclothing  purposes.    Per  yard       	
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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