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INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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,,,, -   NUMBER 49.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  1"!.  C  TUES DAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1010.
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STHEE1 RAILWAY TU BE
SOLD AS AN ENTIRETY
PROTEST AGAJNSi       ASQUITH ANNOUNCES
SPENDING KM iKi�� DRA^iIC POLICY
Bill Made Public At
[terday's Session oi! the
rislature.
Court   Decree   Throws   Whole   System
On the Market���Purchaser Must
Have $1O,OOG,OC0 Cash.
Tiff Follows Suggest-d Ex- Premier  will Move to Take
n,    Krb.    28.���The    railway
n promised by the provincial
Jnent  was Introduced into tl"1
re   today.     It   consisted     ol
(bills, one an act ratifying the
fonal  agreement    entered  into
���a the  government aud    Mac-
and Mann, the second an art
rating the Canadian Northern
ay   company,   and   the   third  a
uiying tlie agreement betweua
vernment ana the Kett.e River
i.  ;.ua\  company.
memorandum   ol   agreement
fcdacKi���n/i-.'  ami   .Mann   provided
lin return for Hie guarantee by
iverninenl  of the- bonds ot the
ny for the coiastrucUon or the
(li Columbia lines to the extent
i.uoe  a   mile,   Including   eighty
en  Vancouver Island,  tin- raii-
h dgi s Itself to complete these
within  lour years, the  <ines to
mm   English   Bluff,   near   Van-
r to connect with the Canadian
- :,i lines at the eastern bound-
the province and from Victoria
lolnt on Barclay Sound,
railway company agrees never
.  dominion  Incorporation  and
the control of rates forever i'-.
mds of the provincial  govern-
without  appeal  to the domtn-
illway commission.
���   between th.- M dnland
��� r Island i,; provided for,
reliefs are to be maintained In
)iia.
and Mann convenant to
i 11"\ p-,-,. again i    u'r.v
ugh  their    guarantee,    and
depostted securities to the ex-
BOO.i io wiiii tlie government
'        money.
oney r< a,lzed from the Bale
Is remains to the credit of
��� clal government, to lie paid
���   upon   'he   different   sections   of
Ik being certified completed.
New Vork, Feb. 28.���The United
States circuit court of appeals modified anu then affirmed today a deer, ���<��� of foreclosure granted by Judge
Lacomhe agaiust the Metropolitan
Street Railway company. The decree,
as amended, sa.> s that Hi.- purchaser
shall pay at lea I ��� LO.I en 000 In cash,
and that the whole system is to be
soid as an entirety.
In ease there is no bid for $10,000,-
000 the decree provides tor cutting
th.- propertj Into parcels an.! off< i Ing
the parcels from the auction block.
penaiturc ui $1600 before
Estima;.>..; Are Iu.
From Loi ds power of Veto
On Finance Bills.
i
The  mcetjjg  of  ti.      council    last'     London,   Feb.   28.���Financial    busl
ASSURANCE]
.WHITE, SHILES & Ctlik
NEW   WESTMif\STER. >?��*.__���
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i i ���;   i'i:> ;.- I'kk cor,*
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mm GIRLS RUINED IN    AVALANCItE CAUSLS
MOVING PICTURE SHOWS;        m m Qf yf[
New   York   Judge   Stigmatises   Cheap
Theatres   as   Low   Dens   of   Infamy   and   Shame.
night became    a liUie heated Iu an   ness   firs
aud   the   question   of  tbe
House oi  Lords second, was the program laid down by  Premier Asquith
____________________
oi  commons  this  afternoon, in  moving   that  goverunufcu   business   have
up   to
BONDS   SELL   WELL.
Cuban Issue Fully Subscribed ii Half
an  Hour.
London,  Feb. 28.���The Cuban four
and a  half per cent  gold bonds com-
' manded a premium of one per cent
| today. The. $6,500,000 Issue was so
largely over subscribed that the subscription   books   were  closed   a   half
1 hour after they were opened on Sat-
I urdiiy.
argument  uiising  ��� it  oi  the   reluctance ot  some    of    the    members to
| spend some luod      ou Improvements
to ci Main streets ui tore the estimati s
for the year wer-.   brought iu.    Estimates for $165 for a sidewalk on B'1-'- -   ..      -    .                 ,   .
venth street between Fourth and Fifth precedence  at  every   sitting
avenues, $230 lor the opening ot Dub- -via'-ch J4.                                      ���
I Ui street between Thirteenth and When parliament reassembles after
Fourteenth . reets, $112 for clearing lhe faster receB8i tlu-' pre���el s:iul
Tenth av -u. .. $180 for rough grading t*e government would present a reso-
on v.viia.- street, and Jiiia for a lution affirming the necessity of ex-
sidewalk - a Quebec street passed eluding tl"' bouse of lords altogethei
without any und... comment, but flom the domain of finance, and re-
when It came to an estimate of $1600 striding lis  power  to  veto to other
stony mmm sentence
FOR THEIViNO MAIL CLERK
for the rough grading of becond st eet
between Sixth and Eighth avenues,
there was su uneasy stir in the council chamber.
Alderman Qilley moved that the
recommendation be laid over until
the estimates were all In. Alderman
Gray was right there with a.i an., .lament that it be iaiJ over for only a
week and in the meantime that all
the aldermen go up and se,   the prop
New Vork, Feb. 28.���A scorching
arraignment of moving picture places
as dens of iniquity. In which children
may be lost to their parents for ever,
was delivered by Judge O'Sullivan
UIL11   in   the  general  sessions  court  today
,i     hn,,_>  In sentencing Chas. Hohl for an %;-
a  statement   made   in   the   house , ���" ��BUK"   6 '
sault on a tifteeu year old girl, lhe
offense was commuted In a room in
the rear of the mo\lng picture
theatre.
Judge O'Sullivan said: "There are
no snares for the catching and bringing of young girls d own to a level of
infamy and shame, like the moving
picture shows. It is time that the
mothers and fathers In this city learned that these shows are dens of in-
iniiiiy, where their children may be
ruined. Unfortunately, the law cannot take the place of parents. At
present no child under the age of 16
can enter one of these places unless
legislation. To secure this, the govern
ment, he added, would use all methods
that seemed proper and adequate
within the constitution, and upon its
successful   accomplishment   the   cabl
Robbery   of   Registered   Letter     Containing $3,000 Earns Three-year
Term   for   Winnipeg   Man.
|erty affected. T . amendment lost i fereRt *'i,:1 which those In the
bj a vote of four t three and Alder- crowded chamber listened testified to
mm Gray asked ti) I tne clerk rec- ,h" Important attached to the plans
ord the vote ��r   '   ��  government.    The  exigencies
This is the result,-, ir the amend-   ��,f  tne  fl"anclal f1-1���00"  I*"6 8UC?J
ment.    Gray,    Jardine    and   Smith;   the premier declared, that the vote
against, Welsh. Bryson, ( lley and on ,,,p nr:,v awJ nav>" W1]r covf ��8
Johnston. The original m�� ten car- the ^TT���1��� ',ml �� ,"r ���'dP"
rled by the same vote revers d. Aid- �����**. mm occupy the whole time
erman Gray remarked that ll �� is the \��,[ thf*. llo"^.o( commons up to March
success! ul   accompiisliment   tne   earn- i ...
net   and   Liberal  party   would   stake   ���������M^led by a paten��� or guardian
1 ���  ���    ! That  age   limit   might   be   increased.
The law to an extent protects young
ge,s. but it cannot protect them from
tin human dogs and scoundrels who
infest  these  moving picture shows."
STRELT C4R STS1KE MAY BE
SETTLED 3Y ARBITRATION
not only the fortunes of the ministry but their very existence as a
party.
The premier explained his program
at   some  length  and  the  Intense  in-
Hip S1FP TOWARDS
Incil   Passes   Resolution     Advocating   Conrtruction   on   Local   Improvement  Plan.
Ihe council is going ahead with its
lositlon to pave some of the
its on th i local improvement
At yesterday's council meeting
tor Li e remarked thai he had
In kept busy explaining the scheme
liiiaiiy pei.pl,., but they had all
I ed with him when they got the
} i.. He remarked that some
maliciously  or otherwise,    was
the  report   that   the  rest-
|     ol  the Btreets wou.d  hav,. to
the Improvements In a single
r. bul such was not the case,
'o  bring  the  matter    before    the
ncl] In the proper manner Alder-
ii Gray moved and Alderman Jar-
i conded the    following resolu-
"That   it   Is   desirable   to   have
l:  i 'nt pavements on the follow-
��� ts:   Agnes   stre t,   between
T' An   and   Eighth   street;      Royal
between    Clinton Place   and
street;   Queen's   avenue,   be-
''     Flrsl street and Eighth street;
i Btreet, beween  Royai avenue
hth avenue;   Third street bell n  Royal  avenue and  Sixth avo-
Plfth street  between Third avo-
II  Sixth avenue;   and that the
'"   done   under  the   prov'sions
1        Improvement Bylaw, loot*.
'���   resolution passed without flls-
'' Winnipeg, Feb. 28.���This morning1
('im-. M. Campbell, a youth of about
twenty-four years, was sentenced to
three years in the penlti Dtlary for
the theft of a registered .etti r containing $3,000 from the Qlenboro
brancb mall train September 29 last.
Campbell by vtrtui of his position
as mail clerk of the train, was aware
that valuable packages containing
iron y were ! ,aced in the safe. These
packages were mot in his car on
the day he effected the theft, but were
on ��� v. o express cars on the branch
line train running to Gbiihoro. thi y
being located ale ad of the one be
was   In   charge   of.
Durli ��� the luncheon hour at Qlenboro,  while  the  front  cur mail clerk
'and he were both at lunch, he made
some excuse to leave the lunch count-
.rr and ln the short spare of tine that
he  was away  entered  the  mall  car
|ahead of his own. abstracted the letter containing tb- money and returned  to   the  counter.
Campbell   Was   arrested   at     Moose
Jaw and was brought her,, for trial.
_     ..   ..  .   .���
first time In the history oi thi     oun-
I cil  that  the  members  had  refus'i       o
go and bave a look at a piece of work
suggested by the board of works.
The    aidermen    who    had    voted
against the amendment all protested
thai it was not their intention to re- I ,,iv!t)s, tw ,n n),^,.
fuse to look over the ground; they I,^^ ������^.������ ���f ,.���t���
merely objected to passing anj more
large sums until thi y saw what the
( xp< ndiui.es of the city In all de-
������ rtn.ents was likely to be. To show
that their Intentions were good, Alderman Bryson subsequently moved
that  that   council   meet   and   go  and
2-t. whPn adjournment would be taken  to March 29.
Immediately when parliament was
reassembled, he said the government
would Introduce resolutions excluding th<> houpp of lords altogether
I from (be domain of fin.'in-^ nnd d"-
lesds'atloTi the
lo"ds* power nf veto shouid remain
as nt  present.
The motion was adopte1 wffpout a
d'vtstnn.
Business   Men   Begin   to   Take   More
Than  Passive   Interest in  Deadlock���Fear General   Walkout.
ENJOYABLE   EVENING.
Philadelphia, Feb. 28.���There was
more talk oi aibltratlon beard in
Philadelphia today than cu any oilier
daj Eince the street car men went
on strike. Believing thai organized
labor is earnest in its decision to back
the trolleymeu by causing a general
walkout ol nearly 100,000 men next
Saturday, business men and others
Who  lust   week appeared  to  be Indlf
Sixty Persons Killed in Terrible Snow Slide Disaster
in Northern Idaho.
Spokane, Feb. 2-S��� Sixty lives have
been lost, it is feared, in two gi>.-
snow slides which nave brought uis-
may to mining towns oi the rich
Coeur D'Aiene district In Northern
Idaho.
Last nights tuow slide swept dowa
the mountain, strlKlhg the utile town
of .Mace and burying 2,> houses >"-..
their sleeping occupants in a ms. .'.
of snow and ice at the bottom Ol the
canyon.
'today another slide rushed down
on Burke crushing; a score ot houses
under thousands oi tons of earth and
snow.
Fourteen bodies have been recovered from the ruins of Mace, while sixteen dead have been found at Burke.
How many art; still burled can onl;
be guessed at.
Fifty or sixt\ dead is regarded ( i
a conservative estimate.
From the foot of the Anchor mine
plant, for about a mile, the slide ��� "���
thirty feet deep.
One thousand rescuers are now at
work.
Thirty five Italians sleeping iu an
outfit car on the Northern Pacific
raliroad siding, who were swept away
with their ear in the bottom of the
canyon, used the tools In their car
to dig themselves out.
Superintendent and Mrs. I. IT.
Pascoe. of tlte Standard min<\ in
which property a large majority of
the male residents of Mace are employed, were nsloop when their home
was crushed like an egg shell. Mr.
Pascoe, two srms and a daughter were
ki'led. His wife was only slightly
in lured. Their holies were recovered, as were those of Mts. George
Fi rn iwe'J. Mrs. \. II. T.eard. John
Fennell, Mrs, E. Kettrell and two
children, and Section Foreman Thom-
ason. of the O.R. fi N.. who was burled under a car In ten feet of water.
posed to make the Improvements. His ', Art of Elocution. L     ^   o[ ^ ^     ^
motion carried unanimously. Last evening the    students of the  hea^Iy interested in the stock of the
tne rest ot the meeting was o' a Royal clty Hlgi, Scn00l LUerarj so- Philadelphia Rapid Transit company.
routine nature. Tenders for supp.y- ciety lht.( [n the assembly room of AftPI. yesterday's riotous scenes.
ing sewer pipe were opened There the Cemral 8ch00lj where an enjoy- qulet relgned today. The traction
were  four   tenders  all   sUghtly com-  ablc time was soent.    S. Lane In op- L���miM>nv   ;!nno���nee,'i   thn.   then,   i,��.
CHINA'S EXPLANATION
SATISFIES BRITAIN
���
although Aldermen Jardine
J'BOIJ wanted lt left over for a
o that, they could examine ln-
���V'"1 matter.
I"'11' passing of the resolution 'doos
1y any means build the street,
' the ratepayers on the highways
fted will have the final vole In
ring whether or not the cltv eha.l
""'W with the work on the Local
provement plan.
raiHES TO BE DECLARED
TO GOVERNMENT TO-DAY
[Washington, Feb. 28.���Tomorrow is
11 me  set  In   which   corporations
I required to make returns to the
Vl1 anient under the law Imposing
.,ax or one per cent on their net
-"tues over $5,000, during the year
V'W- Twenty-five million dollars Is
'' ''"limat., of the revenue to be de-
ed as revenue this year, $15,000,-
11 "f which the officials say will be
ni" treasury by June 30. unless the
l,ro"ie court declares the law un-
.^'lliitlonal and upsets all calcu-
I'ona. I
NEW TRAM  OFFICIAL.
W. H. Elson Appointed Trainmaster
on Interurban Tram Systems,
Vancouver, Feb. 28.���The management of the British Columbia Flectric
Railway company this morning created  a new otlice In connjeUlTbn  with
'the operation of the interurban lines
running out of Vancouver and appointed W. H. Elson as the first incumbent of the post.
I The new office is that of trainmaster and the appointee will take gen-
j eral charge of all matters counee'ed
with the condition and operation of
the rolling stock on tTie New Wosi-
minster, Lulu Island and North Arm
interurban lines. His duties win be
carried out under the superintendents
of The various brancnes, who <iMive
hitherto   been   responsible     for     the
, work. i
Mr. Elson, who assumes the new
post, has been for the last 2:1 years
connected with the c.p.k. as con*
ductor and trainmaster, his field of
operation being between Vancouver
and Laggan. He has an excellent
record  us  a  capable railroad official
TARIFF   QUESTION.
American Commission Named to Look
Into Canada's Standing.
Washington, Feb. 2S.���The secretary of state has designated Henry C-
Finery, chairman of. the government
tariff board, and Charles M. Pepper,
of the bureau of trade relations of the
state department, as a commission to
determine whether or not the Dominion of Canada, under Its treaties and
laws. Is entitled to the minimum tariff rates of the United States.
Emery and Pepper wll, proceed to
Ottawa this week to confer with the
Canadian officials on the subject
BIG CUSTOMS INCREASE.
First Eleven Months of Fiscal Year
Show Gain Over 1907.
Ottawa, Feb. 28.���The customs
revenue of the Dominion for February Increased $1,071,176 over the same
month last year, the total for the
month being $5,174,824. For the
eleven months of the present fiscal
year the revenue amounted to $54,-
081,937, or half a million dollnrs in
excess of 1007, the banner year.
The    total  gatn    for    the    eieven
months ls $15,401,228.   If the receipts
continue  this  rate of gain  It  is  ex-
��� peeted  thnt  the figures for the year
Ito March 31 will total $60,000,000.
plicated, and it was de ide.l to leave
them over for consideration by the
hoard of work's, the finance committee and the city engineer.
The  finance    committer     reported
that,   with   the    city     solicitor,    the
agreement   made   by   the   city     with
Messrs. Herman and Burwell. the engineers  of   the   Coquitlam   pipe  line.
| had  been  gone Into and  the  conclu-
' Biro arrived at was that the city was
not   lega.ly   liable   to   pay   the    sum
asked by the   engineers.   The   com-
'mlttee was given further time to go
Into details and to consult with Herman and Burwell. ^^^^^^^^^^^
The fire committee announced that
aide time was spent.    S. Lane in op
etiiiig  the  meeting, called on  W.  M.-
Al.lstei   ior  an    instrumental    solo,
v> hich  was  heartily  encored, as wet'"
all  the   selectionj  of    the    evening. :
Then  followed  his  inaugural  speech, '
which was indicative of the enthusiasm of the members. Others who as-
sis"-d  in  the  evening's  performance
wore Misses Violet1 Beiunet.    Gladys
Whluly,    Gertrude    Diamond.    Miss
Florence   Bryce,   aud   Wilfrid   McAl-
; lister
The   chief  feature   of   the   evening
i waa   a  lengthy  address  by    Rev.  T
I Wardlaw    Taylor,
"How to Debate
company announced that there ha*
been no failing off in the number of
cars in operation but on the other
bet i it has been able to put more
cevs   to   work.
HERO   REWARDED.
Conductor of Train Wrecked at Spanish  River is  Honored.
Montreal,  Feb.   28.���Thomas     Rev-
nobis,   tbe   conductor   of    the     train
which was wrecked at  Spanish river
t.=a   ,j,     ,vr,    ,   .bridge on January  21,  with  the loss
M.A, Ph.D.,    on   of  over  forty lives,  was  ordered  to
He referred to his I report at the Canadian Pacific head-
_    ,.   '. now    iu   in-Hale-. xitr   Kirnru   iu   ..."   i �����	
I       iced tnat g?V(,nteen  vears  of  lligh   sci,ool  ana ' quarters  today. On   arrival   he   was
Fireman J. B. McTavlsh had resigned. college   iifp     and   toK,  how  he  had ; taken before Sir Thomas Shaughnes-
The city clerk read a long I'st or     __  ___  1V_  j,u... hj  .,���.   �����   ;md   hv   the m-esident   nresentet
seen that often the debater did not sy and by the president presented
have tbe opportunity of swaying his a handsome gold watch and chain and
audience with oratory, but must have with a handsome gold watch and
sound backing. He told of many in- chain and a cheque for $500.
terestlng ways of debating. These will I In making tho presentation. Sir
he more fully dealt with In the April Thomas said It was company's recog-
Issue of the Pharos, the High School nlllon of Rojnold's appreciation of
paper. The Students heartily thanked the duty of a railway man which
Mr. Taylor and Rev. R. Lnenie, who cabed for self-sacrifice and devotion,
gave the closing speech of the ev��- quite as much as that of the soldier,
ning. The students dispersed with At the time of the wreck Reynolds, j
high school yells. though himself quite severely womid- j
  jed. went Into the water and drew out
Provides Heavy Penalty. ; passenger  after   passenger,   only   de-
"'"m.."   r,        ._ . i.    -ii e���ii,.|���   nuto     fiV.h   98 Tli,.    son.   slstlng and having his wounds dress-
Tho Burnaby  council  wrote asking       Outline, Okla.,  feh.  JS.���lhe    sen- a -__-iW/,   i, ,,i
au   .. j   i    . ., , ,    u nln    tnri-iv    ivisamt     tli..    luillsn    ''White     8U    WhCTO    all    that    WIS    possible     tl.lll
that a joint meeting be arranged be-   ate   today   passed   tne   nouse     wnue .
tween it and the cltv council to dis-   Slave" bill, which provides a penalty ,DPPn none-
cuss  the  proposed"  diversion  of  the   of twer/v years imprisonment for any
North road.   March 7. at 3 p.m.. was   ," rson found guilty of in any way en-
ma^km 'gaging in the White Slave traffic.
the agreements and contracts entered Into between the city and different tramway companies ever since
the beginning of the history of the
city, and on the suggestion of Mayor
Lee the council decided to hold a
special meeting some time In the
near future for the reading and discussion of these agreements so that
the members of the council would
have a better idea of the clt.'s position  ln  tramway  matters.
The communications were few and
s I o rt^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_
The Burnaby council wrote asking
Policy   in   Interior   Administration   of
Tibet Will  be Continued Along
Estalished Lines.
Pekin, Feb. 28.���The Chinese gov-
eminent lias replied to an Inquiry by
Great Britain setting forth her intentions in Tibet and the reply is regarded as satisfactory by the British
foreign office. China declares that
the interior administration of Tibet
wid not be changed.
The Chinese reply states that the
government found the Chinese control in Tibet to be weakening, because of the machinations ov the
since-deposed Dalai Lama, and that a
military expedition was sent into
Lhassa, the capital, for the purpose
of policing It.
China assures Great Britain that
there will be no alteration in the interior administration of Tibet.
fixed as the time for the meeting.
George A. Stlnson & Co., of Toronto, notified the city that the issue
of $104,000 worth of debentures had
arrived at Toronto and had been
taken up by them as arranged.
Council adjourned at 10:30 p.m.
Prohibition of Grain Export.
Pekin,   Feb.   28���China's     prohibition of grain export has been extended  so  as  to  embrace  practically  all
of Manchuria.
WILL TRY TO FIND
SUITABLE  FOOTBALL GROUND
Filibusterers Alienate |
a  **    * ��� c* .i        shape, and the members of the parks
All American Sympathy
- I \\_     Kt'l JOHM    111 JIM J     IU     IMC     IUI1> * ***~.-v
Sau Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Feb. New York, Feb. 28.���Advices from jiB a piace out at Sapperton which
28���It ls reported here that fifuv Tegucigalpa, Spanish Honduras, un- ! Mr. Welsh thlnktf may be suitable for
Americans from the canal zone have February 17 says: "Things  the game, and he and a member of
landed  at   Bluefields,  the  headquart-                      ' J here>   g. Rovers will have a look at it to-
ers of the Insurgents. _  __ i��      ' .     .��� ���_ .    ..      .,������..������   day.
The Rovers have    asked the    city
council for the use of Queen's Park
|for a game with the Celtics of Vancouver   next     Saturday.     Chairman
IC. A. Welsh, of the Park's committee,
'has the matter under   consederatlon,
SS 'and will have a look at other grounds
today to Bee If some other piace can-
| not be found for the game.     The exhibition grounds at present are In bad
shape, and the members of the parks
| committee fear that if they allow any
I more games there at present, It will
do serious Injury to the turf.   There
HAYES WINS MARATHON.
St.Yves Drops Out In Seventh Mile of
San Francisco Race.
San Francisco, Feb. 28.���John
Hayes, of New York, won the Mara-
tlon race held here yeserday over
seven starters. His time was 2: 14:55.
"Con" Connolly of San Francisco,
was second in 2:52:45. Fitzgerald,
another local man. was third. St.
Yves, who was the accredited favorite before the race, dropped out in
the seventh mile. He said he was 111.
Dorando did not start because of an
attack of bronchitis.
Two steamers which were sent to land the only change in the situation
Investigate   the   report  that   General   is   a   distinctly   anti-American   sent!-   WEALTH  0F WINNIPEG
Mena of the insurgents, had captured   ment. Alleged sympathy of the Amer-
T    on  the east side of Lake   leans   with  the   Nlcaraguan    revolu-
ni,-mi'm'ia   had not returned today,    tion has been responsible for this.
MorrillO is ii small  port north  of :    Absolutely no news of the progress
INCREA8E8 YEAR BY YEAR
  WlnnlDee.   Feb.   28-���The   returns
mil port north or I Absolutely no news or tne progress i f ��� nn^T Winnipeg clearing house for
SanMiguellto, and was garrisoned of toe revolution In Nicaragua is al- j ^7^ ,���dlng%oday a're 162.677,
with flftv men under Colonel Romero,   lowed to get out here. | B62    La3t fhe return9 amo_ited
General Vasquez states that all Is re- |    'Several  concessions  to  Americans , "����� J .
ported quiet, and that General Mena   were presented _to c2^_na ra s"d '��" '""ease of $11,466,879.
I butlv  awaiting reinforcements   flcatlon, but such a storm was raised  ���	
before attacking him. Sebastian Call-   about them that it looks as if they m|m Fader |f| Clty
ffi 2SS& XTttattenS *%��& S SSta MM.* for a    ��� Miss  Fdna Fader,  of Toronto   ar-
'"/,; ���r Admiral  Kimball to the re- month and a half    and    practically .rived In the city on fa'urday to take
��f     m ������  n  fillUterlng    expedition nothing has been done, owing to a  up  her residence with  her parents
P��rL     Nlcnrii a  was  being  fitted deadlock between  the    congressmen   Mr. and  Mrs.  S.  Fader, of    Second
against   Nicaragua and the president. , street and Park Row.
'out at Colon.
LAND REGISTRY RETURNS
AVERAGE OVER $200 A DAY
The  land    registry    returns    are
$150 behind what    they    were    last
month, but that is accounted for by
January having three more business
days than February.   The figures this
month are $4868.18, as against $5012
last month, and $314372 for the corresponding   month   last   year.   The
largest realty transaction of the year
went  through  on  February  1,  when
John Hendry transferred ���*�� the John
Hendry   Land   company,   property  ln
Burnaby to the   value   of    $660,000.
From this the registry office received
$692 ln fees, a record for   one day's
takings and for any one transaction.
Business still continues to boom at
the land registry office   and unless
the new building ls ready for occupation sorn, there is liable to be some
confusion.    All the files in  the old
office are full to overflowing and baskets and shelvea oro being used ln
place of the regular filing systems.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH  1
i_'
Classified Advertisements
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
WANTED.
WANTED���AT ONCE, WAITRESS,
at Kenny's cafe.
WANTED ��� GIRL TO WORK IN
laundry. Apply New Method Laundry.
WANTED���A GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 239
Fourth Btreet, and Third avenue.
WILL PAY A FAIR PRICE FOR
shingle bolts. See us at mill ollice
or at Room 9, Bank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, West-
minster Mill Co., LtcL	
WANTED���BY REFINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, at
moderate terms. Address P. A.,
23.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, issued in the name of William Roxburgh, has been fi.ed in this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
the dale of the llrst publication
hereof in a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objsction
] be made to me ir writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
iLand  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
WESTERN CANADA POWER
PRIVILEGES BY-LAW, 1910
A Bylaw to enable the Western Canada Power Company, Limited, to
sell  electric  current  within    the
corporate limits of New Westmin- j
ster.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. NuUina, Japanese Mission of Sapperlota, B. C.
Phone 2G1.  ,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
WANTED, TO   RENT.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOM 101) FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R, 1'. Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roonied house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Ap-
ply  1'. O.  Box 971. City.
FOR  SALE.
Foit   SalG^ojahl^^
soda water fountain (1909 model)
amd showcase, all in first-class condition. Apply J. P. Cash, Royal
''afe.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Appty 82S Royal ave.,
between  Eighth and Ninth streets.
~~FUR-
Fifth
Re the east half of sec'ion 36, block
5, North range 6, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
tifiicate No. 921SF, Issued In the name
of J. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed in
this office
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper pub! shed in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the Baid Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar  of Titles.
Land  Registry OfTice.  New  Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR
nished rooms. Apply 917
avenue, near Tenth street.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh street near B. C. E. R.
car sheds, in suite or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc.
Apply White, Shiles _ Co.. 74ti Columbia street.
LOT���Must sell to get cash, good lot
iu central location. Write 1S00,
this paper.	
$2000���Have $2000 which wish to Invest in real estate property in city
near cut-off. Deal only with owner.
J. F. 1910, Daily News.
WILSON, COOK _ CO.
Northern  Crown   Bank  Building  New
Westminster,   B.   C.    Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
FOR  RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE OF-
flce, on corner, two windows, desk,
etc. Price $20 per month in advance.   Apply P. O. Box 338, city.
L.OTS���Eight large lots iu Sapperton,
4>_UU eacu.
Whereas the Western Canada Power company, Limited, a body corporate, is desirous of entering into the
City  of   New   Westminster   for     the
purpose  of  supplying electric power
for industrial purposes and other pur- I
poses incidental thereto, and it is ex-
pedient that such permission be graiiN ]
ed the said company upon the terms ,
and conditions hereinafter set out:
Therefore the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster enacts as follows:
1. In this Bylaw the word "Com- j
pany" shall mean the Western Canada Power Company, Limited, its sue- I
cessors and assigns, the word "Cor-
poration" shall mean the corpora- ;
tion of the City of New Westminster,
and the word "Council" shall mean
the Council of the said Corporation.
! 2. The said Company may construct, erect and maintain and there
is hereby granted to the said company under and subject to the terms,
J conditions and covenants hereinafter
set forth, permission to construct,
j erect and maintain Its poles, and
string or operate a line or lines of
| wire along the sides and across or
j tinder any public highway, street or
| bridge within the limits of the City
of New Westminster, except that part
I of Columbia Street between Tenth
|Street and Leopold Place, and to do
all things which may be necessary in
I the supplying of electrical current
for industrial power and heating pur-
i poses during the term of fifty years
I from the date hereof.
j 3. This Bylaw shall not grant unto
Ithe Company the right or privilege
jof supplying power for or operating
|rtti electric lighting business within
| the corporate limits during the said
! period of fllfty years, but any person
! firm or corporation who is a CUB-
! tomer of the Company, and is using
'for purposes other than  the produo
LOTS���1 wo     uue    lots
Btreet, $1900 each.
ua     Agnes
FOR RENT���SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street. )
HOUSE���Nice six-room house on
Royal avenue, $4660. Lot is worlli
$3900.
HOUSE AND BARN���On Fourth
street, fully modern.   Price $3700.
BARN���un   Royal   avenue,   to   rent.
���   $8 per montti.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD WATCH, AMERICAN
Walthain, between McKenzie's
drug store and postofflce corner.
Suitable reward on returning same
to Daily  News office,
LOST���Solid gold bar biooch, near
Post Ollice d.i Saturday. Please return to Dally News Office.
COTTAGE���Un   TeiuU   street.
$300 cash.
$890,
FOUND.
FOUND -- OVERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen's avenue and Fourth street.
Owner can have same by calling at
the pOtice station.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that I. Elizabeth Mc-
Culloch Bell, of Vernon, B. C, intend
to apply for a. license to prospect
for coal anil petroleum on ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked E.
M. Bell's southeast corner, set ahout
one mile south of the point where
th�� section line between Townships
13 and IR Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lot 46, group
2, New Westminster district, thence
west one-hair mile, thence north one
mile, thence east one-haif mile to the
point where tlie section line between
Townships 13 and lfi Intersect with
the southern boundary of District Lot
4(1. group 2, New Westminster district, thence south to the point of
commencement, a distance of about
one mile.
ELIZABETH  McCULLOCH PELL.
January 2S, 1910.
Per George B. Conner. Agt.
HOUSE��� Eight-] oom house, Fourth
avenue, fully modern, lot So by 146,
$9fi0 cash, balance to suit.
LAND���Five acres improved land
just across the bridge ln South
Westminster, good house and barn;
$6100, die-lifth cash.
SNAPS���Thieo lots on Fourth street,
���    cleared,   plowed   and   fenced,   $50U
each, one-third cash.
, FOR SALE���Two lots on Twelfth
street, near Fourth avenue. $900
each.
SNAP���Three large lots on Hastings
road, all practically cleared, tram
line mi either side. $375 will handle) till these lots.
FOR   SALE���Block   of   154   feet   on
Sixth street  car line by 13o feet, a
corner.    $175 will  handle this.
FOR SALE���Nice little cottage and
good barn, near tram line, $450
will handle this if taken at once.
FOR SALE���Good house on Tenth
avenue and tram line. $375 will
handle this.
FOR SALE���Large house of nine
rooms, with nine lots, iu Sapperton.
Owner will take your own terms.
tion of light and heat, power supplied
by the Company to the extent of at
least   thirty   130)   horse   power   may
use power supplied by the Company
for  the  purpose  of   generating  light
for the lighting of the business premises of such person, firm or corporation   uprn  which  the  power  supplied
I by the Company for power purposes
las aforesaid is used.
4.    The  Companv  may  durlntr   the
[said  period   nf  fifty  pears  use  such
j poles upon the public streets a* may
from time to time be erected or own-
j ed   by   the   Corporation   for   the   purpose of carrying the Company's wire
or  wires   under  the   terms  and   conditions, that  Is to sav:
ta)    The Corporation  may without
any charge, cost or liability, but
subject to such reasonable tind proper conditions as to positun of wires
and supervision of work as the company may impose, use any pole or
poles the property of the Company,
and erected by it within the corporate limits for the purpose of carrying any wire or wires belonging to
the said corporation for its own purposes only.
(b) Before placing any wire or
wires upon any pole or poles belonging to the Corporation, the Company
shall obtain the consent In writing of
the Mayor, the Chairman of the
Board of Works, and Chairman of
the Light Committee of the said Coun-
ril for the time being, and it shali
be lawful for the said Mayor, Chairman of the Board of Works and
Chairman of the Light. Committee or
the Council aforesaid in granting such
consent to impose such reasonable and
proper conditions as to position of
wins and supervision of work as It
may deem fit,
(c) The Company shall pay lo the
Corporation:
(1) In each and every calendar
year up to and including the year
1915, for each and every pole erected,
maintained or used by the Company
other thaia poles belonging to the
Corporation ten (10) cents per pole
per annum, and for each and every
pole belonging to the Corporation
used by the Company Cor the carrying  of  any   wire  or   wires,   five   15)
[ cenls per pole per annum.
(2) In each and every calendar
year from the year 1016 to the year
11925, both inclusive, for each and
every pole erected, maintained, kept
!or used by the Company, other than
poies belonging to the Corporation,
twenty-five (25) cents per pole per
annum nnd for each and every pole
belonging to the Corporation, used
by the Company for the carrying of
any v.dre or wires twelve and one-
haif (12_) cents per pole per annum.
(3) In each and every calendar
year   from   and   including   the   year
11926, to the end ot the tu'l term of
j fifty years, as herein pro\ ided for,
| each and every pole erected, niain-
: tallied, kept or used by the Company
other than poles belonging to the
I Corporation, fifty (50) cents per pole
iper annum, aud for each and every
!pole belonging to the Corporation
used by the Company for the carrying
of any wire or wires twenty-five (25)
cents per pole per annum; and the
above payments shall be made by
the Company during the month of
December in each year upon the poles
actually erected, kept, maintained or
used by the Company on the first day
of October ln such year.
5. The permission hereby granted
|by the Corporation to the Company
to construct, erect and maintain poles
and conduits, and string amd "'"'rate
wires and cables along the sidtj and
across or under any pub'ic highway
or   brldtro   within   the   limits   of   the
i
(Continued on  Page  Three).
" ���BK���EaTSBC
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FOR SALE���Nine acres at the junction of North and Clark roads. $375
an  acre.
FOR SALE���Eight acres In Burnaby.
ion Hastings road, close to New
Westminster. $950 an acre. Terms
to suit you.
NOT.CE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days after
date, I, Alexander Cruickshank. farmer, of Matsgui, B, C, intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following des-
scribed lands:
Commencing at. a post set at the
southeast corner of District Lot 05,
group 2, New Westminster District,
and marked Alexander Cruickshank's
northeast corner; thence west to the
intersection of the section line between sections 31 and 35, 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 mllo to the point of commencement and containing about 040
acres.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 2%, 1910.
FOR SALE���Three acres on a coiner,
ftne garden land on Lulu Island,
only $350 per acre.
We have a buyer for one to three
lots between Queen's park and Eighth
street and Fourth and Sixth avenues
���Must be market price and good
terms.
Have a buyer for two lots near
Sixth street car line, Burnaby. Must
be market price and easy terms.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meal Market
Dorntr Eiihtft St. tn��    Sift* ATM**
I PHONE 17a
WILSON, COOK & CO.
WATERFRONTAGE.
20 chains of watcrfrrntage,
main channel of Fraser.
Price $10 per waterfront foot.
Terms over three years. A
little cash will hande this
if taken at once.
1142 feet, of waterfrontage, containing ony 11 1-2 acres, all
cleared, a house with all modern improvements. Price
$20 per front foot, Including
all improvements. This property Is In Westminster.
20 chains of waterfrontage.
Block contains 64 acres, almost cleared, nnd all fenced.
Has a house and is Improved.
Owner    will tnke    $1B0    per
i   acre, only    requires a small
cash payment.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
WIL80N,  COOK  & CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building, New
Westminster,   B.   C.    Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
oses
ext
Satur
ssm
We Are Giving
10 Per Cent Off
all the remaining
lines on our Bargain tables. Just
think what this
means to you.
WE ARE DETERMINED
To Clear Out All Our Remaining
Stock before next Saturday. If you
are wise, get in before then.
W. E. Sinclair
The Shoeman
LAST  WEEK  OF  OUR
GREAT FEBRUARY
FURNITURE
SALE
HUNDREDS of people from New Westminsti
and district have availed themselves of th
opportunity afforded them of getting house furnisl
ings at greatly reduced prices during our sale,
would astonish you to see the quantity of good
bought during our sale being stored for delivery i
March and April. It is difficult to put on paper a
the bargains offered, but it is sufficient to say tha
our sale lasts till the end of the month. Belo\
are a few of our attractions.
it
Parlor   Rugs
We are not going to mention any price here, it's
too good a thing to give away, but we wish to put
a flea in your ear. Come and see a manufacturer's
stock at manufacturer's prices. 37 sold this month
so far. Don'c wait until the sale is over, we can
put your selection aside with the rest.
Read Below
Heavy Linoleum, per square yard, 40c
Dresser and Stand, the pair, $10.50
Window shades, complete, each, 25c
Inlaid Linoleum (Nairn's Scotch), sq. yd.. 85c
Dinirg Room Chairs, worth $1.50, each $1.00
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleaner.
We clean carpets on your floor for
5c per yard
but you must reserve a date.   There are only a
few open days left in April.
For Furniture and Carpets in Future See
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Feather Pillows
Guaranteed all pure feather, covered in neat art
tick, worth $3.00.   Special, per pair, $1.75
Babies' Cribs
Both sides let down, all steel frame spring, brass
vases, mattress to fit.   Outfit complete, $8.75
Couches
Upholstered in red or green tapestry, 28 inches
wide, 6 feet long, fitted with good strong springs.
Four only, each $3.75
Bed Lounges
Upholstered in tapestry, back let down and head <j
folds over, making a bed four by six feet.    It's a *
lounge by day and a bed by night.   Very special, \
price, $9.75 \ ,
' __ _B '���
TUESDAY,  MARCH  1,  1910.
Bank of Montreal
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
;STABLISHEU 1817
,..,  114,400,000.00
APlTAL ��
Ar'   ,vF  11,000,000.00
ri   throughout   Canada   and
lQland,   and   in    London,   Eng-
;. \> York, Chicago and Spokane,
;'   \., and Mexico *';        a general
u
busim
tiausacted.
Let-
Qr,.,i ,  [i sued,    available with
pondents In   ��"  ?��*��� of   thf
''',.'in,, Bank Department���Deposits
rfCPIV
sums of  $1  and   upward,
hi  a mtcrest allowed at 3 per cent, per
-mini (present rate).
���Ln'   Asset, over $168,000,000.00.
ltB\y WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Q. T). BRYMNER. Manager.
For Tasty  and   Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON    BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  388.
Western Canada Power
Privileyes Bylaw, 1910
.���5,
Jl_tlt__���*4a
**;s?_*_n ?___rjw^5T^_7s^;,-33r?i'r" :a3__��___~i
Model Sign Works
[SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
)U News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Th��o   P. Young. Prop.
THE  STEAMER
ir
e?
ANSFER
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO Till
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,
"roprletresB,
WINDSOR   BLOCK
Mrs. M. Domlny
(Continued from Page Two).
Corporation shall be subject to tho
following conditions, viz:
ia} Tne line poles snail no*, be
less tiiau uG feet in hu0,n above tuo
surface of the ground, or eight tool s
in diameter at ihe loj were the arm
is affixed to thu po.e, and Bha.l be
clean,   stralghl   dressed  and  painted
i and set firmly in tne ground o the
satisfaction   oi   the   foreman   oi   the
I Hoard of Works for the tin..' being
oi tbe said Corporation.
(b) The said Company Bhal and
will  from  time   to  time,   and   at  al.
Minus during the erection or any
poles, the laytog or stringing of any
wires and during reprirs to and alterations of the same take 'due care
.and proper precaution for the safety
and protection of fo . and other passengers, and of hoi ea and carriages
I passim   along    the     streets,     lanes,
1
!
������
a
I
Will leave the Brackman-
jKer Wharf for Ladner,
IV istham Island and way
I ntsal 2 o'clock, returning
|on the following morning.
THE MEALS AT Til_
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expi rl white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   in   the   city,
21-MEAL   TICKET
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST.
.<*%_
W*_\
,,8��k     ���     *
fei Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion 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 nitside rooms, with hot and cold
water. steam heat, long distance telephone  "Bus meets all tratns and hoats
The Daily News will be kept on file
in our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT,
bridges or nlghw ,s of the Corporation,   on   which  tie  erection,   laying,
stringing   construction   alteration or I
re] aft  is being  performed, and  will -
noi  unnecessarily    interfere with    or
li ipede the public right of travel,ing '
jon such    public    highways,    streets,
lanes   and   bridges,   nor   ln   any   way
obstruct the entrance to any door or
gateway,  or  interfere with the  fret
Bn|acces8 "   any building.
$4.50      (c)    The Company shall before be-I
 'inning  any   work  within   the  limits!
of   the    Corporation    hereunder and
from   time   to   time,   as   an4 when
the    system     may be    altered    or
extended, file with the Corporation a
iplan snowing the   public    highways
| streets, bridges or other public plac s
In   which   lt   proposes  to  erect   po.es.
string wires or cab'es, I >y conduits
and the particular part thereof it ��ro-
| poses  to  occupy   for  i   ch  such   ; ur-
pose,   preference   be'iag   given   as   far
as possible to the use of lams, side
I streets or    all< >���-   and    shall  a1   the
'same  time pres; it   and  file  with   the
Corpe-ation speclfi :a !ons of the electrical  conductors,    wires,    poles and
conduits   proposed   to   he   erected   or
laid   by   it,   speeifyin     tbe   materia,s
and dimensions thereof, the height of
the     wires.       t' e     de t        o"    the
conduits,   the   methods  of   ;nsulation
and  the  devices  to  be   use,;   for   the
protection  of  life  and prop*   ty.  and
the stiid  po.es,  wires, cables or conduits shall be erected, strung o- laid
as  the  case  may  be,  in   such   places
rnly as  shall  he agreed  upon  by th?
Corporation  and  not otherwise:
(di That the poles, wires and
conduits hereafter to he erected in
pursuance of such privileges shell
not be used by the Company for any
purpose other than  for tho purposes
1 elnbefore mentioned and the Com-
panv  shall   no*   permit  or  allow  Pny
Two lots
on Princess
Street.     P
rice
only
$425
each;
$100
cash
balance 6, 12
and 18 mon
hs.
/
Eight  acres on   Mure
hie   Road,
Burnaby.
Price   $7,000.
One-
third cash, ba
lance 1 and
2 years.
160  acres
In  Langley
,  only  one
mile
from
river and
within one
mile of Chilliwack tram
ine.    Price
$40
per acre.
Terms
: one
third
cash,  balance
1  and 2 ye
ars.
i
PHONF.   R527
.-.T.^"aK��ri?5-K?V,^U'aK_I _' W
lltllll
CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
657 Columbia St.
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REMOVAL NOTICE
On and after To-day, March 1, We
will be found in our new offices, over
the Merchants' Bank, corner of Begbie
and Columbia Streets.
Hale Bros. & Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Telephone 235 New Westminster, B.C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH
1910.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Pu listing Company, Limited, at then offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
��. A.  Paige Managing  Directo-
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TUESDAY,  MARCH   1,  1910.
AN  EMPIRE  FESTIVAL.
���As a means of advancing the interests of the overseas dominions and
as an influence towards the furtherance of the spirit of Imperial Oolty,
the Festival of Empire, which is to
be ce.ebrated at the Crystal Palace,
London, during the coming summer
ought to prove most valuable. Tbe
festival will extend over eight weeks
and will enable the people of the
Mother country as well as the numerous visitors from all parts of the globe
who will be assembled iu the great
metropolis at this season, to realize,
the extent, magnificence, wealth an 1
opportunities which Greater Britain
affords. It will be a kind of living
realization of the potentialities and
varied resources of the overseas dominions.
"Extensive preparations are being
made lor the occasion. For instance
the historic old town mansion in
Piccadi.ly, which was for so many
years the home of the late Baroness
Burdett Coutts, has been placed at
the disposal of the committee by Mr.
Burdett-Coutts, to serve as a central
reception home or club house for the
twelve hundred overseas delegates
who have been invited to take part
in the festival. Then too a magnifi-
cen' grandstand has been designed
by Sir Aston Webb. H. A., on the
lines of the ancient Greek amphitheatre from which the splendid pageant,
"Heart of the Empire.'' will be witnessed. This pageant is to form a
wonderful representation of the g.ori-
ous history of England, from early
Saxon times to the present day. MJid
no fewer than fifteen thousmd prisons will take part in the performance. The final scene "The Empire" is to be on a magnificent scale,
and will be symbolical of the children
gathered around the mother country.
An historical costume ball in the
greal hall of the Palace will be another oi' ihe leading features of the festival.
A good deal of inter. Bl attaches ��� '
tie' ( shibltlon of Ci lonlai art, \
forms a leading item of the program.
This  may perhaps be the means of
revi allng to the world t.i ��� exit    m
of  some  clever    p. inters,    sculptors
and oilier workers  in the fine arts.
X, cessarlly  art  has  occupi  I  .
ondarj  place i.i th<   llvi .- ol
in ei a  ovei s. us. but  thei ,���    ..re    no.
\     ' Ing signs th.ii  the b laeflcent In-
i.i the ti.,- Mi. Is b
to make seme  b .eh.   . .  in  thi   I  ������
minion of Canada at least
Anything that wl '. ai ill in thi - -
terlng of the ai tl - le spirit, or t I
tending its sweeteialng influence
ii..;. ng a peopie i:: whuui the bane of
selfishness and habits of a merci nary
character are too often apparent, by
reaaon of the conditions oi life which
have hitherto prevailed, is surely to
be welcomed. The aits exercise an
i ��� :.Hiding Influence upon humanity.
An, y broaden the sympathies tind ex-
; 1 the human understanding, teaching men to appreciate the beautlfu
in all forms of nature and all departments of physical life. A better un-
di i standing of the arts and their
piace in the life of a people win tend
to produce a finer taste, and v. iii
thereby encourage individual expression and tin exercise of original skill
in all handicrafts. This ia turn v>"l
i. ml to a real and use ui. advanci ���
u. nt in the home Industries ol Canada
Altogether much that will be to the
lasting advantage, both of the overs' is dominions and of the mother
country, promises to be the outcome
of the Festival of Empire, and we accordingly wish it every success.
ened out by contractors and others
in the employ of the council to the
end of the month and measured by
the engineer and that the question of
the price of rock be taken up after
this was done. The names of all road
foremen and places where they were
workintr. setting out the number of
men under them and nature of the
work engaged on were o den d to be
posted up in the board of works room.
Th,- plan committee reported that
the following plans had bern examined and dealt with as follows:
Block 23, D.L. 159, finally approved;
Rlocks 104, 105, infi. D.L. 02. tent.v
tlvely approved; Blocks 1. 2. 3. D.L.
13, tentatively approved; Block 4. D.
L. 158 tentatively approved; B.ocks
21-25. 36-40 and 54-58, D.L. 86, tentatively approved: Blocks 2 and 3. D.L.
25. tentatively approved: portion of
D.T.. 155A, tentatively approved sublet to Xorth Arm road conforming
wi'ii   tt-ivnrsp  as  gazetted.
Thnt nil subdivision nlans be in
the hands of the encino"r at least
one week prior to the pieetinsr of the
commit'ee in order to allow time for
thorough examination
On motion, it was resolved that
the report of the plan committee be
adonted.
The council then adlournM to Saturday. March ." at 2 p.m.
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A Big
Special To-day and Tuesday
On Fine Table Linens
200 Yards 60 in. Damask, per yard, 53c.
300 Yards 72 in. Lawn Bleach Linen Damask,
per yard, 98c
75 10-4 White Bed Spreads, Special, $1.32.
Stirring Up in  LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Leu's Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, !!. r
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Music and Drama \
PAULINE  JOHNSON.
The Victoria Colonist said of .Miss
E. Pauline Johnson. "She Inherits
from a long line of gifted .Mohawk
linguists and eloquent orators the
dramatic powers she delights her audience with. She looks bewitching
in the novel and elaborate costumes
in which she appears. No winder this
Indian woman created a profound
.- mention in London, Eng.and, where
she recently appeared and took all
hearts by siorm. She stands a unique figure upon the borderland between the worlds of undent tradition
and modern art. combining in a remarkable degree all that i- romantic
in the one. all that is poetic in the
other. She is proud of her parentage,
as well she may be, for there are
few names which stand out more
prominently in the history of Canada, and none which reflect greater
honor upon the Indian race, than
those of her immediate ancestors.
With true artistic perception she has
soi7od upon the most romantic as-
pocts of Indian ,ife. and embodied
them in truly poetical and consequently lastinc form."
Miss .Tolnson will appear and recite her own poems in Princess hall,
Sapperton. tonight.
Holbrook Cafe
Regular $1.25 and $1.50 Values for $1.00
Regular $2.00 Values for $1.50
A timely offer of Ladies Umbrellas. For Six Lays Only we place
two extra special lines on sale, the reason being we have too
many on hand at thtse prices,'so make a point of getting at least
one, you will he agreeably surprised at the excellent value.
Fifty-eight   ladies'   "Gloria."   and  "Glorioline"  covered  timbre,las,
stout rustless frame, size 2:1 inches.    Handles of all description, di-
rectolre  attd    conventional    designs.
Regular ?1.25 and J1.50, special      $1-00
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ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIRST-Cl.ASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED.
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
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jority have ribbon edging, good   reliable frame,
appearance of real silk, and is f ar more durable
dies.    Regular $2.00, special  	
UmbreLas, the ma-
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FUNERAI    NOTICE.
Kinq  Solomon  Ledge,  A.  P.  _  A.   M.
The Brethern are requesed to attend an emergent meeting at the lv-
of P. Hall, today (Tuesdaj i March
1. at 2:30 p.m.. for the purpose of
attending th- funi ral of our late Bro.
Geo.  Trawford.
By i rdi r of the w. M.
F. BROAD,     Secretary.
EMBROIDERIES
Is now eompi.ie and embraces everything in this line ni goods.
Wide shirting embroideries, corset cover embroideries, narrow embroideries and insertions are here in unending variety. If you experience any difficu.ty in fillin g your embroidery wants, inspect our
full stock. You will be amazed at our collection. Prom, per
yard  5c to $1.50
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A  r.-w ir-1   of   $50.00   is  offered  for
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WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOO', IN
AND  EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
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And at tlie old prices too. Every one is aware of the high figure cotton i al '!e present ti me. We were among the fortunate
���Investing largely in cotton before last fall, enables us to sell them
at prices We cannot buy today. Now is the time to purchase your
White   Goods.
White   l:i Ai   Head.   ".t\   inc lies wide  from,  per yard    15c
White India Longcloth, spl endid for whitewear, fine soft finish
36 Iches wide.    Our price, per   yard 20c
Dunbar Longcloth. 36 Inch es wide, round thread, soft finish at
per yard   12'/2 and 15c
Madapolin, Embroidery Cottons, Queens Cloth, and fine Cambric,
all at our old prices, from, per  yard 15 to 25c
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CHARLES   B.   HANFORD
Here     Thursday,   March     8,   in   "An
American Lord."
DISTRICT COUNCIL
BURNABY.
An adjourned meeting of the council was held lu the Municipal ball ou
February 23, at 2 I>. m. Present, His
Worship Reeve Brjrne, und Councillors Stridq, Coldicutt, McKee Hill
and  Humble.
The Burnaby Municipal School
Board Bylaw 1010 was read a first
and second time and polling day was
fixed for Saturday, March 12 at the
following polling stations: Municipal Hall. West Burnaby School, Dttth-
le, and Mrs. Cobban's House. North
Head.
The Burnaby Waterworks By.aw
1910 was introduced and read a first
and second time.
A grant of $50 was made towards
the Anti-Tuberculosis society and
Reeve Byrne appointed povernor.
A resolution was passed tbat all
rock lilies be completed ;tid straight-
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Six-room two-story house in Sapperton, hath, W. C basin, electric light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young frit trees, lot
cleared and fenced.    Owner has to leave town, so will take
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TERMS���Hall cash, and balance as rent at $15 per month, or in
payments of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months at seven
P. PEEBLES
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High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
BABY HAMMOCKS
Just arrived and put in stock
Get one for your little one
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy tor cast, and sell tor tbe same
English WatrJifittlM
Gold Watc'nes for Ladles from |1275
Silver Watches,    gents'   open tace
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  oi��en    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tumi  doors rom  Geo. Adams, C
Poultry Food
25c Per Package
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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We have for sale city and suburban properties,
farming- lands   and   waterfrontage, timber lands.
TELEPHONE 295. TUESDAY, MARCH  1, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDONS
Dry Goods House
New Dress Fabrics
ln bewildering  effects  and  newest weaves.
lar shadings are:  CAMPANULE   (purple);   NATTEAU   (blue);
BTJRGOGTJE  (rose);  TULEUL dan).
I   I        PRICES, 50c to $2.00 PER YARD.
Western Canada Power
Privileges Bylaw, IQIO
Continued from Page Three.)
other person, persons or corporation
other than the said Corporation of
the City of New Westminster to
use or in any way uti.lze the said
polos, wires, conduits and other struc-
Itures to be placed on said streets in
pursuance of this agreement for any
purposes whatsoever without the consent of the Corporation by resolution
first  having beeia ob-
WRITS Of Cft
FOR MEAT PACKERS
Proceedings Against Big-
Cheaters of Public will now
Take Their regular course.
We wll.
be pleased to have >ou Inspect our showing today,
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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Entire  Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
of the Counci
tained. M
(e) The main transmission line of
tbe Company when carried through
Hie City of New Westminster shall
I be at a height not less than fifty feet
above the ground and shall be carried
along such location as may be approved by the Committees mentioned
In See. -1, s. s. (b) hereof. The volt-
| age to be carried on any wire forming
pari of the Distribution system, and
not being the main transmission line,
shall not be greater than '.'500 volts,
without the written consent of the
said Committee.
ff)    The Company shall provide all j
Insulators,   safety   devices  and   lightning arresters necessary for the prop-
er Insulation of their lines so as to i
render them safe tn the public, such
Insulation  or  protection  to be  under |
fhe Inspection and sulrect to the approval  of the Committee    mentioned
In  Rub-section  (b)  of Section 4 hereof.
(g)    Prior to the Brectlcn or repair
of any poles by the Company wliich
|ma>   lender it necessary to uig Into
|or In any manner interfere with any
bt reds or lanes, or a portion thereof,
the Company shall notify the Corporation of their intention to erect or repair as aforesaid and shah obtain the
consent in writing of the Committee
mentioned In sub-section  lb)  of sec-
Zs  tic>n  1 hereof, and the Company shall
Hi without delay, not in any case to exceed ~~ hours, remove all earth, sand,
debris, dirt or other material and put
the   street  or  land  :i.i   as  equally   a
good state of repair and condition as
it   was before  it was broken  or dug
or disturbed.
Hi)     The   Company   shall   not   cut
I    New  York,   Feb.   US.���Capiases   for
the Indicted meat packers arid summonses for six indicted meat corporations  were  ordered   by    Prosecutor
Garven of New Jersey, who will later
I hand them to Sheriff Kelly for execution.    Tlie sheriff  will  find out who
I of the Indicted men are in his jurisdiction.
Mr. Garven said: "Tbe indicted men
lonow  of  the  indictments,  their  lawyers have conferred about the indict-
liiients and proceedings will now take
j their   regular   course."
"Some time  this week,"  continued
I Garven, "1 will make application  for
the dissolution of the charters of the
i Corporation  Trust company, and  the
! corporal ions  named  in  this  prosocu-
'tion, if thev fail to produce tbe minutes  of  their  annual     meeting    and
other records as required by the BUD-
peonas." T
Counsel for James E. Bathgate, Jr..
one of the directors in the meat combine, appeared before Judges Blair
and Carr today and bail for |2,500
was furnished for his appearance in
court  when   wanted.
>urrey Acreage
320 Acres
ON TOWN  LINE  ROAD, $'00 AN ACRE.   TERMS EASY.
80 Acres
CORNER YALE AND JOHNSTON ROADS. NEW FIVE-ROOM
HOUSE, BARN, ETC. $80 AN ACRE. $2000 CASH, BALANCE ON
EASY TERMS.
57 Acres
ON YALE ROAD, ALL SUBDIVIDED INTO TEN-ACRE BLOCKS.
$100 PER ACRE.
40 Acres
NEAR  HJORTH  ROAD, $100 PER ACRE.
All the above acreage is admirably adapted for
Subdividing.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
down or mutliate any shade, fruit or j
ornamental trees.
ii)    The Company shall, whenever i
required   to   do   so   by   the   Corporation,  place  their  wires  underground
as  may   be  directed by  the  Council,
and subject to such conditions as may
j be then imposed by tlie Council, and
| remove  the  poles and  wires  erected
and  maintained    hereunder,    and  in
such  event   the  Companj   shall  have
, no' claim   for  compensation,   damage
'or otherwise, in  respect  of such  requirement, but  this clause  sliall not
,00 put into operation unless and until   ail   Companies,   persons  and  Cor-
C4BINET MAKERS ME
BN STRIKE IN QUAKER CITY
Philadelphia, Feb. 28.���Two bun-
dred cabinet makers employed in a
west PhfTade.pbia furniture factory
quit work today. It was reported that
they struck in sympathy witli tne
carmen. .,
The firms refused to discuss the
matter, and from the attitude M has
taken it ls believed tl*f*alkout was
due more to private,, grievance tnan
lo the trolley strike.
We control some of the best water frontage on the
Fraser river. If you are looking for an Industrial
site, see us.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Ptreet, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R8S Branch Office Phone L8S
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porntions other than the City of New I New Orleans
POLICY LOANS ARE NOT
SUBJECT TO LOCAL TAXATION
Washington, D.C., Feb. 28.���That
so called "policy loans" or "premium
lien note loams" of insurance companies are not lialbe to local taxation
was decided today by the supreme
court of the United States. The
question came up in the case of the
parish   of   Or.cans   and   the   city   of
against the New York |
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These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
snap.
Westminster convoying electrical en
, ergy for light, heat, power and other
electrical purposes shall be compelled
or agree also to place their wires un-
di i ground.
i j i   Whenever ll shall be necessary
ln grading any street or land of said
City, or In building any sidewalk or
I inn-    any    othei-      Inapi ovemi tits
i  on, to move any pole or poles be-
i    longing to the Company, en or which
any   lit->  or   lines,   wire  or   wires,  be-
��� longing   to    tlie    Company    shall  be
'  stretched  or  fastened,  the   Company
shall   upon     receiving   48   hours   no-
Ice from tbe Corporation's Engineer,
Contractor or other    person    having
chari e of such grading or other improvement, move such r>ole or poles-
Life Insurance company.
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New Indoor Tennis Champion.
New York, Feb. 28.���G. F. Touch-
ard, formerly of California, won the
national championship In indoor tawn
tennis singles on the courts at the
Seventh Regiment armory. He defeated the Yale captain, Holden, score
6-2, 6-1, 3-0, 6-8. 6-3. Touchard thereby becomes the successor to T. P.
Pell as holder of the national honors
upon covered courts.
YOU ��jet your ironey's worth when
you buy ML Pure .'aints because
they bei'.op protect (he surface
they cover, and they covet mora surface to the gallon. They do protect
better, !.>ecause they contain a special fj/M
ingredient that nearly c;.;:'_!cs the life of
thesepaintS-S compared with other kinds
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At. Kubiak Beaten.
Paris.   Feb.   28.���-Sam   McVey,   the
American  heavyweight,  knocked  out
A.. Kubiak, of Michigan, In the tenth
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provemem, nunc- Buun ,.
|and If the Company upon such notice   round of*ii scheduled
I shall negieci  or refuse to move any \_\  ti)P Cirque de Pari
such pole or poles, then such pole or   night,
'poles shall be moved by the Board, of
Works of the said Corporation at the
expense of the    Company, and    the
Corporation shall not be liable to the
Company   for   any   loss  or   inconvenience caused or occasioned by such
removal.
6. The Company shall and will
from time to time, and at all times
indemnify and save harmless the Cor.
poration from any injury arising from
any casualty or accident to person or
property by reason of any neglect
o-round fight
on Saturday
WOLGAST TO APPEAR
IN CALCIUM LIGHT
Kansas City, Feb. 28.���Ad Woigast.
.iehtwelght champion, has accepted
the offer of $1,000 a week for a ten
weeks' vaudeville engagement made
him by an agent in this city last
i week. i,
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of pure materials of he A quality, in the     u j
proportions ta   ;hi by seventeen years    %       (
paint-making f r practic I paint : , and | ''���
they are ., ��� ���-.���-��� a 1 mixed per-    ,,,
fectly  with   11 s   rijht   kind   of   oi!   s"'-*"'-
Forty colors for interior c   i    xierior  j
Work of every sort.    Made by 11 f  ��� jL'VPil
Varnish & Color Co., Limited, Tore/. J
Anderson & Lusby       PAIS j
COLUMBIA STREET.
or
Telaphone 295
Crowd Cheers Veteran Ped.
property Dy reason ui ......   ... a.. . ���       ,    Albuqure,    N. M���    Feb.    28.���Five
omission to keep the poles and wires , tholls.m,j ,,ersons gave Edward  Pay-
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son Weston a greeting when he arrived here today walking twenty-four
miles from Oandia. Weston declared
his belief that he would reach Xew
York a week ahead of his schedule.
NOTICE.
New  Westminster,
that  thirty  days after
District   of
I ike notice ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(i te I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank.
of Matsqui, R C, Intend to apply
for i. license to prospect for com and
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked L-
E   Cruickshank's    southwest  corner,
s"' "ii the section line between town-
Bhips 13 and 16, about one mile south
of where said section line intersects
With  the  southern boundary  of  Dis-
trict Lot 46, group 2, New Westmins-
ter District,    thence east   one mile,
ary of District Lot 64. group 2, New
Westminster District, a   distance of
about 30 chains, thence west to the
southwest corner of said District Lot
64, group  2,  a distance of about 14
Chains, thence north to the southern
boundary of District Lot 403, group
2   a distance of about 81.50    chains,
thenoe west to the southwest corner
Of District  Lot 404,  group  2,  a distance of about 55 chains, thence north
to the   southeast  corner  of   District
Lot 46, group 2, a distance of about
19.50 chains, thence west to tb<, section  line  between  townships  18  and
18, a distance of about 10.45 chains,
tlience  south  to tho    point of  Com-
mencement, a distance of about one
"die, and containing 465 acres more
or less.
LILLIAN ELIZABETH CUTTTCK-
BHANK, Per Alex. Cruickshank,
Agent. I
January J>8, 1910.
Fred-
In the Matter of the Estate of
erlok Thrussell. late of the City of
New Westminster. In the Province
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j two  years
?ss prior
SeSntTshB coVunibu, jjfs-ji-ss:
bere,n for Harriett Ann Thrussell.��
Subaccounts, verifiedl by statutory
declaration,   and   tl e   natuie   ��n
securities (If any) held by them.
And take notice that, Biter w
day of February, 1910, OW said J*
rlett  Ann  Thrussell  WUl  Pioreea
distribute the assets of the saw
ceased   among   the   persons  enttt
thereto,  having  regard only to
claims of which she shall   hen na
had notice, and that the ���_��=*" foV
Ann Thrussell will not beUagj^
the  said  assets  or any Part then
Dated this fifteenth   (15th)  <ia>
WADI^VhBALLER & MCQUARRIE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Hal
rlett Ann Thrussell.	
NOTICE RE LULU-I8LANU BKIUfl*
of the Company In a safe condition
and from all valid claims against the '
i Corporation for damages caused by
said wires or poles, or by any works,
alterations, repairs or Improvements
In connection with the work herein
contemplated.
[',)    The Privileges hereby granted
to the Company shall absolutely cease
determine after the expiration of
from the date hereof, un-
  r_       to  the  expiration  of  such
term of two years the Company shall
have so completed their work as to
be ready to commence delivering
electrical energy and power within
the City of New Westminster, B. C
(Si That nothing in this By-law
contained shah be deemed to confer
or be construed as conferring any exclusive right or powers (*i or to the
said Company.
(9) Stave Lake Privileged By-law,
1907 Is hereby repealed.
(10) This By-law may be cited as
the "Western Canada Power Privileges By-lay, 1910."
(11) Done and passed In Open
Council the 21st day of February, A,
D., 1910.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
(L. S.)
PC. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Deal- ����� tn All Kkda of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   OOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOt K     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box  137
office 'Phone 18b.
Columbia
Barn  'Fhoue 13/
Street.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
��ny nart or t__ cltr
Light and Heavy Hauling
OPTICE���TRAM   OKPOT
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
W
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
masts  must
All  boats  imviuB  .""  ' "   5    v
pass on the south side of ttuH��
By order. W. A. DTJNUAw.^
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
Re the west half of section 31 block
5, North, range B west, New Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214P, Issued in
the name of J. A. L. McAlplne, has
been filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof
In a dally 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. C, January 27, 1910.
ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
��, VERYTHINQ to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
iEGARDLBSS  of  their  own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence, on the Part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
1       caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by wbicli he was injured.
MPLOYKRS and business men can HI afford to assume the risk of
i      this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
���REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms is
���       sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
'O   go  to  law  means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
\   worry. *'���
TOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
|NLY   insurance   against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDElt the protection of a Liability Policy   ln   the   Railway   Passen-
)   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such  annoyances. ^^***
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " Tke Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS
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and Hospital Sts
Streets Are All Opened Up
If you want any of these, you must
see us to-day. "We shall keep open
till 10.30 p.m. Just Your Opportunity if You are starting.
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EXCLUSIVELY WITH
Welsh, Evans
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6 Gulchon Block Ovor Annandale's Grocery Entrance McKenzie Street
Phone 512        New Westminster, B.C.        Phone 512
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_\      NOTICE.
IDistrlct  of  New  Westminster.
,.��� notice that thirty days after
George B. Conner, of Matsqui,
���   intend  to  apply  to  Assistant
^.BBioner or  Lands,  New  West-
A, District, for a license to pros-
for coal and petroleum on and
.the following land s:
'menclng at a post situated at
'\���ihwest corner of District Lot
pI-   i    2   Nev��   Westminster  Dis-
Nnd marked George B. Conner s
J     st corner, tlience south along
Lection line between  section  32
.," distance of one mile, thence
".'; ',,���, western boundary of Dis-
,   .,;. group 2, New Westrnlns-
biBtrict   n distance of about 45
��   thence north along the west>
nun V.v of District Lot 47, group
Tweltmlnster District, to the
LBt    corner    of   said Lot 47,
o   ,  distance    of about    four
a   theni ast "long the north.
Ufrvof District Lot 47, group
fe western boundary of Dis-
Tnt 356 ��roup 2. New West-
t. District a distance of about
'., ' thence north along the
^boundary of said District
i group 2, New Westminster
.' !o the northwest corner of
..id District Lot 356, group 2,
Westminster District, a distance
I -,,; [.2 chains, thence west
" B0Uthwesl corner of the smith-
quarter of Section 33, .Township
distance of about 20
tlience north to the
���..,<, corner of District
jg group 2, a distance of
it jg 1-2 chains, thence west
L the southern boundary of said
fi.t lot 49, group 2, to the point
', . | , ncement, a distance of
li        | ains,
GEORGE It. CONNER,
juuary 28, 1010. Locator.
17 nd  REGISTRY ACT.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in Tlie Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, und ready when you need it,
and lt will  be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
i
interest.    Small or large sums
1
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in    Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
���Subdivisions  3, 4, 5. 6 of  Lot 43,
Tuburban  Block 6   New Westminster blty.
Ihereas,��� proof of the loss of Cer-
of Title No. 4896F, issued in
iname of Annie  Drown, has been
In this office.
tjtlce Is hereby given that I shall,
expiration of one month from
������ the first publication here-
ll)   newspaper published in
i_jt;   ol   New  Westminster,  issue
[pllcat,  of the said certificate, un-
ii   the meantime valid objection
I,  to n i- in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Registry office, New Westmln-
r, H. C, February 2, 1010.
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NOTICE.
strict of  New  Westminster.
:,- notice that thirty days after
,  Conner Cruickshank, of
iul, B   C    intend to apply for a
[pect   for coal and  pe-
nm  on   the   following   described
Inure at    a   post   marked
C    Crul kshaak's   northwest
er. set  at   the   southwest   corner
b i1"?.   }>tmip 2, Now
i Met.    Dunce    south
[mile. *'  nee east w>e_alf mile,
half    mhe,    thence
le, thence north one-
wesl to the point of
containing     about
r\n: - i CRUICKSHANK,
P     G   B. Conner, Agent.
29,  1910.
LAND  ACT.
!r:n of Notice. District of New West
minstar.
rake  i ,    John   Ferdinand
-     of   Nelson   Island,  occupation
rmer, intends  to apply for permis-
��� n  to  purchase   the   following  de-
' nds:
Commencing at  a  post   planted  at
' corner of Timber Lot
'341, :' nl one mile northeast of
ul of Billings Bay, thence north
1 chains to or near small lake, thence
_-i8t lfi chains, thence south 40
lhains, thi nee w^st 40 cliains to point
W commencement, containing 160
pcres more or less.
JOHN' FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated al  Nelson Island, B. C. De-
|cp:nher 29, 1909.
NOTICE.
i
China
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at |
MOREY'Si
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
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Remember   this   when
you   want  anything in
these lines.       I	
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Hard wall * iaster    j
Lime, Brick, etc.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box
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NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Tui,, notice that thirty daye ufter
I"'"1- I. Barbara Anderson of New
Jvestmlnster, n. C, Intend to npply
0 the Assistant Commissioner of
'Snda toi right to prospect for coal
rl petroleum under the following
escribed lands:
Commencing ��at    a   post    marked
larbara   Anderson's northwest corner.
!at northeast corner of District
���ol 2nn, thence south one mile,
Hence east ono-ha'if mile, thence
orth one-half mile, thence east one-
'' mile, tlience north one-half mile,
''"" west one mile to point of
fmmeneement,
HAKRARA ANDERSON,
Per George _, Conner, Agent,
lanuary 29, 1910.
TENDERS.
I Seal.Ml tenders,  addressed   to   the
Dstmnster General, will be received
Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
jui February, for the conveyance of
I's Majesty's malls, on propose 1 con-
[;"'' for four years, 11 and 30 times
r'   Week   each   way,   between   the
'W Westminster Post office and the
nadlan    Pacific    Hallway   Station
'  the Great Northern Railway Sta-
,'A r'"'n tho 1st April next.
Diluted   not.CP8 contalnIng further
l'�� nation  as  to  the conditions  of
| 'POSl'd    OntltrnM    ma��    K-    iaaa     nrwl
unit   for
contract may be seen and
l'inii  mrms of Tender may be ob-
Ineo at the  Post  Offices  of  New
���estminster, Sapperton and Queens-
���"Rh, and at the office of the Post
1"��*' Inspector.
.'' ' "nice Inspector's Office. Van-
uver' B. c, 7th January, 1910.
J0II\ R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date,   I,   Hamilton    Channel*   Cruik-
; shank, of Summerland. B. C, farmer,
| Intend to apply for a llcense to pros-
| pect for coal  and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post  marked H.
C.    Crulkshank's    northeast    corner
post, set on the westerly boundary of
District Lot 47, group 2, New Westminster  District,  ahout    four  chains
south of the northwest corner of said
I Lot 47, group 2, thence west  a distance of 45 chains to the section Une
between   sections  28  and    29,  township DA thence south one mile, thence
east,  one  mile, thence  north  to  the
southern boundary of District Lot 48.
group   2.   thence   west   to  southwest
'corner of said District Lot 4��, group
2, thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2,
thence east to the westerly boundary
of  District Lot  47,  group  2,  thence
north to the point ot commencement.
H. C. CRUTKSHANK.
January 29, 1910.
^^^^^^   NOTICEJ
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   tbe
'Pitt  River  Lumber  Company,  Limited,"   having  applied  to  His  Excellency, the Governor General In Council, for the approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
I and.   booming   grounds   ln   the   Pitt
'. River, ln the District of New Westminster,  Province  of  British  Colum-
i bia, having deposited with the Hon-
jorable the Minister of Public. Works
at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
j booming   grounds,   together   with   a
description of the  site thereof, and
have   also   deposited   a  duplicate  of
each In the office of the Registrar of
Deeds  for the said  District of New
Westminster, ln  which  District  said
] works are proposed to be constructed,
i In accordance with the requirements
] of Seclon 7 of the "Navlgablo Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Cnnadn, 1906.
Dated the 11th day of .Tantnrv, 1910.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Scotch  Whisky
The Maturing Process.
Everyone know9 that whisky, no matter
now good, no matter how carefully distilled,
must possess age in order to be palatable.
An unmatured whisky, even though distilled from the very test barley, ia harsh to the
taste���bites the tongue.
It is not, however, do generally known that
in order to property mature Scotch Whisky, it
should be aged in Sherry wood.
Distilled in the Highlandsof Scotland, from
pure, malted barley, Watson s Whisky is stored
for years n Sherry Ca^-ks���and the capacity of
our warehouses 14 such that we never need to
withdraw any f >r shipment until we are quite
sure it is matured to that degree of "mellowness    for winch our brand ��9 famed.
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"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly mttmti Scotch.
"NO. IO"���A full-bodied, richly flavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited -   Dundee.
TRUNKS,
VALISES,      j
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
r. BURNS a 10.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
I
SUIT CASES j
We carry the best
selection jin town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound, |
with  brass   corners.      Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to!$18.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
PHONE 101.
645   COLUMBIA STREET.
aVt__3_��_8@l_S ;A_v: :__*:��I
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the House* . ctrlc Sad Iron Is the greatest boon pos
sible. No ip 60 lessened the  household  labor.    The  Electric
Sad lion . simple that a child can operate it; and it can be used
In any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; ironing done In halt the
time. We cany different makes and styles. Call ln and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal ln your cellar at short notice. Also, our
plione is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here Is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
F. Lawrence Walker Announces the Engagement of
Charles  B. Hanford
A""Sri"1   Miss Marie Drofnah
In a Modern Comedy
The American Lord
By George H. Broadhurst ana Charles T. Dazey
y5"cOPYRIC.HTj
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma ls fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as w�� prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, Is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA  8TREET,  OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
WE NEED THE ROOM
THURSDAY   = =   MARCH 3rd
PRICES : Same as Vancouver and   Seattle, $1.50, $1.00,
75c and 50c. Reserve Seats on sale at Ryall's.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,n.w *__**��, b.c
Easterlrook 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-
McQuarrie & Ca.FL0UR AND FEED MERCHANT8
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone IM.
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WASHiNG   MACHINES
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WASH   BOARDS
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES LINES
PULLEYS.
If you are not supplied we can
supply you.
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Staff Captain E. Ha; who was
once located In N w Westminster,
will deliver an addre s" in the Sa.ra-
tlon Army citadel tonight,
For first-class cut m *tfrs and any
Kind of Floral work, telephone Danes'
Greenhouse. R208
The tramp freighter Grainer, one if
the largest in the business, took ou a
load of general freight at the Brack-
maii-Ker wharf yesterday.
Dorothy Morton, a leading American star in musical comedy, has been
booked to appear at the local opera
house on Thursday, Juno 2.
once at
Anderson
& Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
GETTING ON IN
THE WORLD
a     Striking and original decorations of
��� excellent artistic merit, an individual
51 treatment   for  each  house.      See   I.
��� Hudson, Sixth street. ***
On March 5 Judge Murphy of the
supreme court, will hear an application for hail made by the Wilcox brothers through their counsel W.J. Whiteside. The Wilcox boys are accused
of murdering Harry Garner at Devil's
Run a few weeks ago.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
: etc., try tlie New Furniture Store.
; Denny ii Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
A reward of $100 is being offered
by A. W. Peon, of Mission, for the
arrest and conviction of the party
who broke into his stable and slashed
his horse with a knife. A further reward of $500 is offered for the conviction of the Instigator of the crime.
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales', Agnes street.      **
See W. E. Fales for quality and
prices. We lead in furniture values. *
Mrs. Shook, modiste, iate of Vancouver, will open dressmaking par.ors
at 507 Agnes street today. Satisfaction guaranteed in fit, style and workmanship. Leave orders for spring
suits now. ***
This is the first day of the spring
salmon season. These fish are considered among the best that are found
in coast waters and the prices range
next to the steelheads. There probably will not ho many offered on
the local market for a week or two,
as tlie flsh .vo generally not very
plentiful at this time of year.
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Give Careful Attention
depends mostly in specialized ability.
Tlie hest paid ni. n and women In the
business world arc1 spe'-ialtsts. Are
you a specialist? If noi take up our
special course of business instruction.
ber of ambitious young men and women.    WHY NOT YOU ?
I to recounts of corporations, lirms and
I Individuals   and  shall   he  pleased   to
ti..- " or correspond with these who
I contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts,
iivon't
NOW is the best
a Savings  Account,
time to start one
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It  will double your wage earning ca- j
pacity.    We are helping a great nam- .     lr >'��"  na
-*******************************1     - - -     NOW is the
The Royal Bank of Canada
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.  ECUCK,   Principal.
Columbia  St.
610
(Incorporated li>69)
Capital   Paid-Up     $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700.000
Total   Assets    70,000.000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
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SURREY     1
500 Acres between Yale and Townline Roads
$100 Per Acre
Terms Arranged.
A   waitress   is   wanted   at
Kenny's cafe. ^^^^^^^
Because of the indisposition of
President Walker Sangster, the Olivet Baptist church  Baraca club ban-
'quet  Is  postponed   until   Thursday  of
I next week.
I
Sheriff T. .1. Armstrong, v. . i is
spending a holiday In i.os Ang li .
is enjoying his respite from work In
real earnest, judging by the samples
of post card literature, he Is forwarding to his friends.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, plione R208, Davles' Greenhouse, **
The fohowlng pupi ; of Miss Clark's
entrance cla s made ever seventy per
Icent In theii February examinations:
the names are ar :,- ' in order of
merit: Ruth Gregg Dcothy Trapp,
Alice Pope, El >: Salt, Beryl Smith.
Jessie Roy, Geraldine Dowd, Ethel
Wintemute, Muriel Cunningham, Annie Gunn, Ida Martin. Jessie Allen,
Vivian Brenchley,
In county court chambers yesterday morning application was made
by several well known residents of
j Burnaby, for the cancellation of a
plain of a subdivision. Judge Howay
ordered that the plan be cancelled
upon Mrs. Martin undertaking to pay
taxes, ?12.!)5. and except witli regard
to tho streets shown in the plan, including First street, otherwise known
as Capitol Hill,
Have you seen my new stock of
wall papers? I. Hudson Sixth
street. ***
A society to be known ns "Tlr- Phil-
anthies" has heen formed by the
young people connected with Queens
Avenue .Methodist church. Following
are tlie officers: Presiden*, Miss
Winnie Rond. vice-president, '->-.
Carrie Robson: secretary, Miss ' "���"���-
' inl Curtis: treasurer. Miss Editli
'Curtis. Miss Helen Henderson lias
been named teacher, Hiss H> len
Walker Is the press convenor-. Miss
Edith Curtis will he at the head of
the sociai committee, and Miss Freda
Winslow will he responsilhe for the
membership committee.
The following is the Police Court
record for the month: Drunk, 36;
breaking second hand by-iaw, 1: inmate opinion joint, 10; keeping opium
joint, 2; vagrancy, 6; selling cigarettes to minors. 2; frequenter house
of ill fame, 1; theft with violence, 1;
setting off firecrackers, 1: breaking
Indian act, 1: breaking Sanitary Bylaw, 1; blasting without permit, 2:
damage to property. 1; assault. 1;
disturbing religious meeting. 1; habitual drunkenness, 1: carrying offensive weapon, 1; theft, 1, and failing
to take precaution to prevent accident, 1.    Totai ctises   74.
h
1
I
Pauline Johnson,
Sapperton, Tuesday
1.    25c and nOc.
Princess     hall,
evening,   March
Funeral Notice
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UNION" LODGE NO. !', A.F
A.M.
W. S. ROSE,
746 Columbia Street.
TELEPHONE 655.
An emergent meeting of the above
lodge wil, l>e held in the Knights of
P>thi.is Hall on Tuesday, March 1,
at the hour of 2:30 o'clock, p.m.. for
the purpose of attending the funeral
of our late Brother Goo. Trawford,
of Bow River Lodge. Calgary, Aita.
Sojourning Brethren are requested
to   attend.
By order of the W.M.,
W. A. DEWOLF SMITH,
Secretary.
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STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buys
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
I ���IN���
THE      DAILY NEWS
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
rt-'
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Th
e
Are  Filled  With  The
EVERY model is of rich design and is created in
a way (hat ensures it's place among the "exclusive" blouses for Spring. Fancy white embroidered
effects and plain tailor mades���every style you may
wish for, all planned by deft fingers.
These pretty models for the Spring season are
filled with newness, smartness, chicness. Filled with
superior style points that places them above the average display. The blouse section offers a wide chance
for choice just now and blouse wanters wishing to
see the style exponents for Spring should visit tlie
store now while the display is at it's best.
Ii     5
Fancy
White Blouses
i^l.35 Each
SPECIAL     WAISTS   AT   A
SPECIAL    PRICE
A limited number only of
Fancy White Waists, made
with embroidered fronts, set
witli heavy insertion tind
tucks. Sleeves are full
length witli pointed or
straight embroidered -cuffs,
Bizes :',-j to ::s.
On Sale, each    $1.35
Fancy
Embro ide red
Waists
$2.75   Each
Made entirely of all-over
embroidery in solid ami eyelet design, new puff sleeve
witli lace trimmed cuffs,
fancy collar. Sizes IM tol-l.
Specially priced, each $2.75
Tailored
Shirt  Waists
$2.00   Each
Made of "Shamrock Linen." with tucked and seal-
loped fronts, f... ������ i v :
pearl or fancy black buttons,
linen collar and stiff cuffs.
Sizes 34 to 41 inches.
Bach    $2.00
ew Knitted Golf Jackets
The first showing of th e new Spring Golf Jackets Is here. New styles popular and serviceable,
combining comfort and grac e.
Among tlie most noticeable are those with High Military Collars and belted hack, also vest collar effects with knitted pockets and close fitting sleeves. Another new style is a simple knitted veal
for wearing under coats.
Shown  in  cardinal,  brown,  fawn,  navy,  grey,  reseda,  myrtle, cream and black.    Each
$2.50 to $4.75 Each
Rough Weave
*>. -.- .,... *******************  ���
Pongee Silks
Fashion reports all agree upon the
facl that these already popular rough
weave silks will meet with greater
favor tiiis season than ever before.
Dyers have overcome many difficulties and thc new colorings are perfect und the variety greater.
We Announce The Arrival
Of Our New Spring Showing
A complete range of shades in Copenhagen, Alice, deep sky, light sky,
piiak, old rose, wisteria, mauve cream,
navy, reseda, myrtle, brown, pearl,
grey, taupe and black.
Per yard 60c, 75 and 85c
15,000 Yards of
Wash Fabrics
Just cleared through customs, large
shipments of white and colored Wash
Fabrics.
Our Wash  Goods
Section
Is just filling up with a wonderful
variety of New materials. We invite
you to visit this department nnd see
the new weaves and colorings.
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