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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628   COLUMBIA   STREET.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 21.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY   MORNING.  JANUARY  26, 1910,
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ASSURANCt
Legis   WHITE, SHILES & CO.
���- -.-.-628 'riiiiKnrjh^ St.    Phone 85.
lALfOUR fORESEES
SERIES Of FIGHTS
TOBAtCO AND OIL
JOINED IN CUUKT
nionist   Leader    Believes
Tariff Reform is Inevitable
-Monday's Polling.
London, Jan. 25.���Mr. Balfour,
peaking at Haddington today, said
iat tins was the beginning of a ser-
s of fights before home rule and
instruction of tbe house of lords
ould be accomplished. The primary
question before the country now was
e budget and there was u small
obabllltj thai his party would get
majority over the coalition govern-
lent, so that tariff reform would not
rulate the next budget, but it was
ire certain than ever the tariff re-
.., was inevitable.
, be budget was not going to give
uey, even for a starved navy, and
It was not going to give money for
any of these shadowy projects of so-
reform whereof so much has
keen beard. It was the last effort
Di an old system of finance, and it
,id broken down. They will have to
nine   to   Import   goods  with  import
Kluties, and will have to accept the
i lole scheme of tariff reform, With
olonlal   preference   aud    everything
Surprised      at   Levity.
lie  was astonished   at the   levity
iherewith     the    government  threw
flown   in  casual   phrase a subject like
Ihe bouse of lords and home rule. He
agisted  on  an  Immense Increase In
haval   strength.    If   the pressure    of
public  opinion   was   ineffective,    then
there would be difficulties and perils
efore the country, which neither he,
'nor   our   fathers,   nor grandfathers,
ir our great grandfathers, ever yet
���lad  had   to  face.     Before many years
there will .     a Nemesis for this niani-
scan . . us   folly.
ln   time   we   may   find   ourselves
either   suffering   a   diplomatic  rebuff
bleb   we  dare  not   resent, or having
i  submit   to  a   hostile action which
e are very ill qualified to resent."'
The Tory   Reserve.
Sydney Buxton, speaking at Leyton,
dmltted   that    there   had   boon   dis-
ppolntment  In  the returns from the
tot. lties.    The reserve forces of Tory-
sin,   he   said,  had   been polled to the
last man.
Lloyd-George, at Crewe, said   that
: e   Liberals  have   as big a  majority
.   as  Gladstone  bad in 1881.    This,
said,   was   sufficient   to  carry  the
i       <  and deal with the Lords.
Pet"vleum   and   Nicotine  to  Be Tried
Together as  Test  Case���What is
Monopoly?
SEDITION IN INDIA
FINANCED BY BANKER
Washington, Jan. 25.���According to
the present program, the supreme
court will consider the Standard Oil
ind the "tobacco trust" casi s together. The decision of the court
will govern action to be taken by the
administration in proceeding against
big trusts the Investigations show
have been operating in restraint of
trade. The construction to be placed
on what legally constitutes a monopoly is awaited with interest. The
statement is made that there is no
statute defining the word "monopoly."
In a quiet way the admission was
made today that the department Of
justice has been collecting Information on which It hopes to begin prosecution against various corporations,
following decisions of the supreme
court in the big Irust cases. This relates entirely to industrial corporations, the only railroad case now on
hand being the Union Pacific-Southern
Pacific merger.
PLAN BALQQN TRIP FROM
BERLIN TO VANCOUVER
Daring Project of New York Promoter
Second Only to Andre's Search
For  the   Pole.
Li
Jan.   2E
ainiU'd on
-Yesterday's poll-
Page Seven).
Berlin, Jan. 25.���lt has now been
rranged thai a dirigible balloon to
cress the Atlantic, which is projected
by Joseph Blacker, will start from
here for Tennerlffe on May 15, 1910.
The enterprise will be undertaken by
Schwartz, a New York promoter, and
the Can/, company, of Mannheim.
The balloon, which will have Vancouver. B .C, as its objective point.
Is being constructed at Hamburg I'
will be semi-circular, will be or 5000
cubic feet dimension, aud will have
two 50-horse power motors.
It will carry six persons, all of them
engineers. The first stage of the
passage Is expected to take four days
The balloon will have the benefit of
trade winds most ol the way Two
steamships will accompany the balloon, Irtit they will sail two days ah. a :
of the airship.
Fifteen Persons Arrested in
Hotbed of Discontent-
Arms Seized.
EIND CONSTITUTION
Of BLACK HAMS
F1JJE CENTS PER COPY.       ^
Bombay,
Moved   that
Jan,   25.���
mmm^^^���h is I I be-
the heart of the conspiracy which for months has made Bon-
gal the scene of assassination after
assassination has been discovered,
and stern measures have been taken
to put an end to the mutiny against
the British government. A sowkar
(hanker) of Yolo is In custody charged
with financing the conspirators. Fifteen persons have been arrested and
a mass of incriminating documents
has been seized. A larger s(
expected.    Enough pistols
nition have been disco  	
mlnate the English population of
district.
It is felt thai this large conspiracy
can not have existed without guilty
knowledge. The government intends
to plant a heavy punitivt
the community concerned,
termlned none of th
cape   on
���izure is
and ainmu-
Dvered to exter-
the
police on
and is de-
^^^^^^ guilty shall es-
egal technicalities. The
government has now an opportunity
Of crushing the murder machinery
which has been Incubating in the
Deccan for three years. If the machinery of ihe criminal courts Is inadequate n firm and resolute use will be
made of the power of deportation,
This is the opinion of members of all
shades of society who realize the
gravity  of  the  issue.
Intense   Feeling at Lahore.
Lahore. India, Jan. 25.���The feeling
that the rights of Indian subjects in
all parts of the empire must be upheld is intense here. A striking evidence of this was given at thu recent
meeting of the Indian national congress. When an appeal was made for
funds to help the Indians in the
Transvaal a stream of banknotes, sovereigns and jewelry poured on the
platform, ladies tearing off their gold
rings and bangles in their enthusiasm.
Sedition in  Regiment.
Calcutta, Jan. 25.���A great sensation bus been caused by the arrest of
ten men of the Tenth Jats regiment,
charged with sedition. 1; is believed
tbat the conspiracy is not widespread,
but the regiment will be immediately
transferred to another station. The
Tenth Jats was recently the Tenth
Bengal  infantry.
Rules Under Which El Mana
Nero Worked Provided
Severe Penalties.
Toledo. Ohio. Jan. 25.���Rules and
regulation!] governing the supposed
Black Hand organization were presented to the jury today in the trial
of the fourteen alleged Black Hand
conspirators. Willi this the government rested its case.
Penalties  for Offences.
1'nder the heading "Society of the
Banana and Faithful Friends," the
alleged constitution provides penalties of death, stabbing two to five
cuts with a knife, branding on the
body, designation of "traitor" Or
' swindler," or deprivation of a share
In the profits for three months, according to the gravity of an offense
against the obligations placed upon
tbe  member,
Death is prescribed for revelation
of secrets.
Offences Described.
Among the offences mentioned were
cowardice, failure to use the knife as
Ordered, dealing sparingly, refuting
calls of command, attempting to
harm a fellow member or bis family,
neglect of "inspectors" to keep order
and pass the news around, and absenting oneself without notifying the
'local."
The constitution declares that there
shall be no excuse for failure, hut
there may be extenuating circumstances on account of drunkenness.
The document was dated November
3, 1908.
SliflGtST llfe^jpii [AD BURIED    .
VEXrWTUINIEAT    UNDER TON OF kll
Congress to  be   Approached With Request to   Help   Success of Beef
Boycott���Prices   Drop.
!FIRE INSURANCE COMMISSION
FOR   BRITISH.   COLUMBIA
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan, 25.���Fred W
Sebelina, Originator ot the meat boy
cott, and Mayor Baeher discussed the j
antiymeat agitation and BUggifsted
that Senator Burton be asked to head
a movement to have congress impose
an export tax upon meat. This plan
is supplementary to the petitions |
having the same aim now being circulated, i
The petitions will be presented to
congress. Another reduction of ten
cents on a hundred pounds was quoted today on all  live stocks.
While I lie price has been going
down steadily at the stock yards,
there has been no lowering of the
retail prices. Eggs fell oft six cents
in the local retail market today, which
corresponds with yesterday's drop
n  butter.
The  signing  of  abstinence pledges
Clarence Gilley Falls Into
Bunkers and Narrowly Escapes Death by Suffocation
Ci
old
day
four
one
continues.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. 25.���A joint
resolution was Introduced ln the legislature today asking congress to Inquire Into the increased cost of food
with a view to the prosecution of
trusts if they are found responsible.
SHIRTWAIST STRIKER
SLAPS DIG POLICEMAN
larence Qilley, the seventeen-year-
son of W. ll. Gilley, had an almost
miraculous escape from death yester-
afteruoon    being   buried     under
or five  feet  of crushed rock In
of  Jllley   Brothers'  bunkers and
was only rescued in the nick of time.
Young Qilley  was standing on tin;
framework   of   tho   bunker,  .shoveling;
down  the crushed  rock when he toppled   over  and    fell   in,    dragging    a.
large quantity of rock down with him
towards the exit  shute.    He was completely coveted by the stones.
Tbe first intimation that something
was wrong was when City Teamster
Ettlnger, who was lotding the crushed rock in a Wagon tor use on Front
street, noticed the lad's feet coming
out of the shute, which was too small
to admit the passage of tie body.
lie shouted to Foreman Arthur Daj
that a man was buried underneath
the stone, and the latter sprang to
the rescue, but lt. was Impossible to
assist the lad from above, as ther
I was moro than a ton of ro
of him. The assistance oi
driver   crew   was   called  foi
l< on top
the pil< ���
Pevies
Disturbance   Follows, Six Girls Go to
Police Station, but Society Leader  Furnishes Bail.
Victoria. B. C, Jan. 25. -R. S. Ben
nle, Nelson:   1). H. McDowell. Victor
ia.  and   A,   B.  Krskine, of Vancouver,
have   been   appointed   a  commission
upon fire insurance by the provincial
.government.    The scope of the commission is to report upon the advisability and best method of government
supervision   of   the   operation  and  financial standing of all companies and
! associations   carrying  on   fire   insurance  business in  this province.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 25.���A six-
foot policeman told a girl shirtwaist
striker who was doing picket duty to
"move on" today, and she surprised
him hy slapping bis face. This Btart-
ed a disturbance and before lt was
over six girl strikers Were on their
way te a police station, charged with
creating   a   disturbance.
Miss Mary McMurlle, a society woman, promptly furnished bail for two
of the girls and the other four were
discharged. The strike has been in
i force here for five weeks. Both sides
I are standing firm.
wee brought into play and in a few
seconds .Mr. Bolierty bad torn out a
couple of boards from the top of the
shute and  released  the lad..
When taken out Bom underneath
the rock young Qilley was almost
suffocated and badly bruised, but
energetic measures applied by Drs.
Drew and Kenny soon brought him
round again. 11 Is not thought *��e
will suffer any ill effects, apart from
the contusions he received.
Had the accident happened on a
dry day the victim could not possibly have escaped death, as the rock
dust would have choked him in a few
seconds. The fact that the stones
were finely crushed also saved him
from more serious injury.
IlIDINO PROPOSES
COINAGE OF GOLD
���Minister   of   Finance   Gives  Notice
Resolution Which Foreshadows
Gold Currency for Canada.
of
EXPECT EARLY SPRING
THROUGHOUT ALBERTA
Ottawa,   Jan.   26.���Provision   for   a
���Canadian   gold   coinage  is  contained
I in a resolution which W. S. Fielding,
minister of finance, gives notice he
will present next Friday. It says:
Resolved that the standard tor
Igold coins of the currency of Canada
[shall be such that of 1,000 parts by
I 900 shall be of fine gold ana
1100 ot alloy, and that the standard
(or silver coin shall be such that <"
parts by weight 926 shall be of
tine silver and seventy-livi of alloy;
i lie standard weight ot gold coin
for the denomination ol $10 in the
currency of Canada shall he 516
Pains and that the standard weight
foi u silver coin of the denomination
Ol 50 ceuts shall be \s.j grains, and
' ���<��� other gold coins anj silver coins
at proportionate rates, respectively;
thai the minister of finance be uuth-
��� d to Issue out of the consolidated
revenue fund, such sums as may be
arj for the purchase Of bullion
In order to provide supplies oi coins
for the public service, that the cost
purchases Incident to carrying ou
the provisions of any act founded
upon these resolutions be paid out
ol the consolidated revenue fund."
Calgary, Jan. li,r>.���Present indications point to an early spring throughout Southern Alberta, and especially
in the Bassano section of the Bow
valley, which yesterday experienced
a warm rain, lasting for several hours.
This seems to be ln direct proof of
statements made by old time's to
the effect that in the spring the Bassano district opens up earlier than
any  other  section  of Alberta.
Indicted for Fraud.
Washington. Jan. 26.���indicted in
the District of Columbia on a charge
of fraud ln conned Ion with the National Trust company, organized to
guarantee stocks and bonds, Samuel
Graham, an officer of the company,
was arrested at his home in Montreal, Canada, today. He agreed to
waive extradition and come to Washington for trial. His ball was fixed
at   J3.000.
FORTY DEATHS
IN C.P.R. WRECK
Vice-president McNicholl Issues Official Statement-
Wreckage Still Under Ice.
Novelist In Divorce Suit.
London, Jan. 25.���W. J. Locke, a
novelist, was named as the co-respondent ln an undefended divorce
suit brought by Percy Close, an engineer, against his wife. A decree was
granted  the  plaintiff.
SIX SMUGGLERS SWEPT
TO DEATH BY SNOWSLIDE
Berne, Switzerland, Jan. 25.���Seven
Italian smugglers engaged In carrying
contraband goods through the wild
Alpine Pass above Chlavenna, Italy,
were overwhelmed by an avalanche
'"day. All but one were swept over
a   precipice  and   killed.
No Boycott In Oakland.
Oakland,   Jan.   26.���Finding
boycott   would   hurt
and   retailers,   the
that  a
farmer
Labor
only the
[Central
council of Oakland last night refused
to pass a resolution declaring a boycott on meat, butter and eggs.
Extensions for Railways.
Ottawa, Jan. 25.���A bill to extend
Bine for construction of the Coast-
Kootenay Railway company mainline,
which will run from Vancouver to
Midway, was reported without oppo-
Bition by the railway committee today. Mr. Ralph Smith's bill to extend the time for completion of the
Esquimau  and   Nanaimo railway for
five years was also reported.
Yukon Pioneer Dies.
Dawson, Y. T., Jan. 25.���Dr. Arthur
Theakston, member of Royal Academy of Surgeons at London, the famous frontier physician of Cariboo
and Yukon camps, for a long time
mining recorder at Circle City, died
on Sunday from a complication of
troubles, aged 72. He wrote the basis of the present Yukon mining code.
GROW  FINE  WHEAT IN
THE   BASSINO   DISTRICT
Calgary, Jan. 25.���Enquiry today at
the office of the grain Inspector reveals the fact that the heaviest wheat
submitted to date this season came
from Basslno district, a commercial
sample weighing tit! pounds to the
bushel. This sample was sent In last
fall and that time grain experts predicted that the same was the finest
and heaviest sample that would be
passed upon during the season by
local grain inspectors.
Montreal, Jan. 25.���Five more
bodies were recovered from the
Wobbwood, Ontario, wreck today. Of
these, two had been missing and
three were additions to the list of
dead, bringing it up to forty.
The bodies takeu from the river
are those of Frank Morrison, bound
from Frankham to Ekoba, Ont., (no
such place Is known as Frankham);
Dr. McLelland, veterinary surgeon,
Sudbury, Out.; Charles Caroy, airbrake inspector Canadian Pacific
railway, Montreal; O. J. Pucant,
bound from Ottawa for Rhiuelander,
Wisconsin; William Lavery, fireman,
North  Bay.
One of the bodies has been identified as that of J. lleneault of St. Gabriel  De Brandon.
Divers Still at Work.
Efforts are still being made by
divers to search the wreckage under
the ice ln the river. This is difficult
work, as the wreckage Is under heavy
Ice, while the bottom of the river Is
soft mud, covered with wreckage.
The conviction Is expressed hy the
Canadian Pacific railway officials
that the list of dead has been almost
closed, as the list tallies closely with
the number supposed to have been on
the train.
Cannot Get Exact Figures.
Exact    figures    are   unobtainable,
since it Is  not possible to find Just
(Continued on Page Five).
MAY YOHE10 KEEP
A LODGING KDUSi
Once Beautiful Actress With
Notorious Past Decides to
Settle Down.
Seattle,   Jan.   25��� May  Yohe who,
at  the  height of  several sensational
epochs In her remarkable career, was
the  most celebrated actress of three
���continents,  the  wife of Lord Francis
Hope,  the proudest peer of England,
and  finally  a principal in the greatest of all international scandals���Her
elopement with Captain Putnam Brad-
lee  Strong���has turned to Seattle as
a  refuge  from  the  evils of the mad
life she led.    She has bought a small
rooming  house  and  proposes to live
there and conduct  its affairs.
,    Kepplng her Identity unknown, MIss
lYohe-Mrs.   Strong  is still  her lega
name,  as  the  divorce she has asked
lias not  been  granted to this time���
; has   been   in   Seattle    several    days.
I During  that  time  she completed negotiations  for    the    purchase of tlte
property and took possession,    loaay
she is in Portland, having been called
there on business in connection with
her  suit  for divorce,   now    pending
' She  will  return as  soon ��s
1 bringing   her   mother,  and
mediately   establish   herself
tress of  the  lodging house.
ILLEGITIMATE   C
MAY
���BLD
INHERIT
$50,000
On First Native Paper.
St. John's, Mid., Jan. 25.���On
Thursday the Newfoundland newspapers will prinl their Issues on the
first paper ever manufactured in this
country from native stock.
STOCKHOLDERS FIGHT
o��ra USSLMION
1)0 i
Seattle, Jan. 25.���Celeste Marie Le-
tnolne, the young daughter of Charles
O. Tucker and Loraine Letuolne may
become the sole heir to her father's
estate of more than $60,000. Tucker
and Miss Elvira Buckelman were
found slain, probably by the woman,
in a hotel apartment on Friday.
Tucker's father, mother and brother,
of North Pharsalla. N. Y., are expected to claim the property, but Tjcker
always admitted the paternity of Celeste
But   Judges   Hold  Government Alone
Has   Power   to   Interfere���Immense  Amount  Involved .
Fifty Thousand for Meat Fast.
Denver. .Tan. 25.���The Colorado
state federation of labor today resolved to boycott meat. It 1: estimated that 50,000 men ln Colorado
will  join  the  boycott.
Thrown Into Sulphuric Acid.
New York. Jan. 25.���Romanta Slrs-
ky Is dying tonight in a hospital. Dur-
ng a rough and tumble fight In a
brass foundry today a fellow employe
threw him Into k tub of diluted sulphuric acid.   Ills assailant escaped.
FAIR   DATES
Meeting
in   Victoria  on    Monday  to
Arrange Details.
possible,
will   im-
us mls-
B. C. Packers' Business.
Ottawa, Jan. 24.-The earnings ol
the British Columbia Packers' association for 1909 shows $1151.000. after
$36,000 was written off for deprecia-
tion. The profits of 1908 were $1L08,-
���225, after providing for depreciation
of $33,000.
South African Veterans Given
Until 1912 to Locate Warrants
Winnipeg, Jan. 25.���Word Wcis received from Ottawa thl& morning by
one of the officials of the South African Veterans' association that the
time for locating warrants issued to
veterans has been extended two
years, until December, 1912. The
veterans have been agitating for this
change for a long time and the news
will be received with general satisfaction,
One effect of this change is that
veterans will probably be able to lo
cate ln the Peace River country,
which has not been open for settlement, but will be within the next
couple of years. An Immediate Jump
ln the price of warrants is expected.
They are now selling at from $600 to
$700, and lt is predicted they will
reach $1,200.
A curious feature of the veteran
scrip business is that many of these
warrants have passed out of the
hands of those to whom they were
originally Issued.
Next Monday the secretaries of all
the agricultural societies throughout
the province will meet In Victoria to
confer with the department of agri- I
culture about the dates (or the different exhibitions and the appointment
of judges at the fairs. Secretin y
Keary and President Trapp. of the
provincial exhibition, will attend the
meeting to help the others out, bul
the exhibition here will probably not
be affected by the result of the conference, as the date for lt hus already
been set and the judges are selected
from outside points.
Vancouver is sending a strong delegation to the conference and the
claims of the Vancouver fair to recognition by the government will be urgent by several influential men from
th.' Terminal City.
The week ln the parliament buildings promises to be a busy one, as
the Farmers' Institutes send their
delegates to confer with the government on Tuesday, and on Wednesday
the Dairy association will be represented by men from all over the
province. Thursday and Friday will be
given over to hearing a petition form
the Live  Stock association.
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 25.���All today
was taken up in the United Stales
court in hearing the argument of CoL
Euos A. Wall and Charles W. Graham, why the order recently secured
by them temporarily restraining the
Utah Copper company from merging
with the Boston-Nevada Copper company should not be stricken from the
llles.
The merger, lf consumated, would,
it is said, involve millions of dollars
and control about one-ninth of the
world's output of copper.
Messrs. Wall and Graham, who are
stockholders In the Utah company,
contend that the merger would be in
violation of the Sherman anti-trust
law, and further contend that the
proposed consolidation is a move on
the part of copper magnates, headed
by tiie Guggenheim Interests, to gain
control of the copper market.
Judge Lannlng and Cro^s late this
afternoon filed a memorandum dissolving the Injunction restraining
the stockholders from holding a meeting to pass on the questions of ac-
ipilring the lire petty of a Boston consolidated mining company. This decision permits the carrying out of
the proposed merger plan, which ft is
understood, is to Include the absorption by the Utah company of Boston
Consolidated company, and also the
Nevada Consolidated company. The
judges dissolve the preliminary injunction on the ground that any viola-
tion of the Sherman Anti-Trust law
would have to be prosecuted by the
government alone, aud that the only
relief the individual stockholders
could seek would be through a s��dt
for damages.
HEAVENLY MESSENGER
SHOWS WOMAN WEALTH
8tove Works for Calgary.	
Calgary, Jan. 25.���The C. T. Reuen-
ick company, at present located In
Portland, Oregon, have djecided to
erect a $100,000 plant in East Calgary for the purpose of manufacturing stoves and kitchen ranges for
distribution throughout the Canadian
West. The erection of suitable buildings will be rushed.
Dalhart, Texas, Jnn. 25.���Mrs. Josle
Pettus today declared that a bolt of
lightning struck the ground on a
mountainside near her farm recently
and uncovered a spring of crude oil.
which is now producing two hnndrei
barrels dally. The land before the
uncovering of the spring barely yleJsV
ed her enough for ber support
Better   8anltary  Conditions,
Winnipeg, Jan. 26.���The Anti-Taker,
culosls  association   will confer
the board of control tomorrow
a  view of improving    sanitary
dltions generally in Winnipeg.
���
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m PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  "JANUARY ��
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED - - MAN TO HELP IN
boiler shop. Apply Vulcan Iron
Works, Ltd.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 432 Fourteenth
street, city.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1. Apply
Mrs. J.   P.   Hampton Bole.       	
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOM FI) FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Ap-
ply P. O.  Box DTI. City.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition. Write Miss F. N., care
of Daily News.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McFlroy, Tel. 100
'STENOGRAPHY    &
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,    SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where Uip
dirt and dust is removed from the
libre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
FOR   RENT.
TO   RENT���COMFORTABLE  ROOM.
suitable  for gentleman. Apply  205
Carnarvon.
TO RENT���A MASON & RISCH
pia.no to rent, in good condition.
Apply to T. It. Pearson, Dominion
Trust  office.
LOST.
STRAYED  --  O.N     PREMISES    723
Twelfth street, black retriever. Ii
not called lor in ten days the owner
can't have same.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
also furnished and unfurnished bedrooms, in the double brick house
near Carnegie library.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor  Hotel.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,
Guichon block.      P. O,
TYPEWRITING
1,
ROOM
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province olflee, Co
lumbia street.      Phone 62.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES^AND MEN a TAi
loring. A new line of fall Buit>
ing jusi in. Button making, press-
ing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia et.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R50S.
FURNITURE
W.    E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie sireets,
Plione 176, night call SI.
GROCERY.
'OR THE BEST VALUE IN UKO-
ceries, phone 386. Tr-e Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LIVERY  STABLE.
KING L'P 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
ibla street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., hank, otlice and store fittings;
cabinet, siair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor.      Works:   Corner  Eleventh
TO TREAT JtWS
LIKE CHRISTIANS
France Decides to Join With
America in Demand Upon
Russia.
of
en-
and c
473.
ir line.      P. O. box 254. Phone
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKB MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
7OUND.
POUND���SMALL HANDSAW, OWN-]
er can obtain same by applying at
the Police Station.
FOUND���SMALL POCKET BOOK
purse, containing papers and small
amount of money. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. (Case
described as given wiih the compliments of 11. D. Kermiss, Skagway,
Alaska.) Apply to J. Reichenbacb.
Northern Crown Pa.i.i.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &. CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City, farm and suburban  property,
2C0 Columbia street.
SETTLERS'  ASSOCIATION OF 11. C.
���P. 11. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 3S4.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of motinmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia   street.  New Westminster.
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autolli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus. Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiniS.
I. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carnar
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W". C. Coatliam. rec. secv.
A. O. C. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings tne firsta nd third Tuesday in each month, nsitiug brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows'  block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1.0.F
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
Paris, Jan. 25.���France probably
will join hands with the United
States in insisting that its Jewish citizens shall receive .proper treatment
at the hands of the Russian authorities when they desire to travel In the
dominions of the czar.
In the chamber of deputies interpellations on the subjeel have been addressed to the minister for foreign
affairs, lt was pointed out that In
violation of the commercial treaties
of 1874 and 1905,French .lews, as
well as members of the Catholic
clergy and free thinkers, are liable
to be refused passports to Russia, and
that the duration of the validity
passports, despite engagements
tered Into, is not the same for Jews
as for Christians, and the demand
was made that France should Immediately and emphatically take steps
in order that the existing differential
i real ment should be abandoned. The
foreign minister, ln reply, expressed
his sympathy with the object of the
Interpellations, and the following motion was adopted:
"The chamber, having regard to the
fact that Russia does not respect the
stipulation of the treaties of 1874
and 1905, by which all subjects of the
two states shall profit without reference to religion, and having confidence in the government that it will
negotiate wlih the view of settling
ihe interpretation of those .treaties,
passes to the order of the day."
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  .* ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in Loudon, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico CU.". A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world
Atlantic Express Le
Daily at 3:25 P.|
for
making  direct  connection
Savings Bank Department���Deposits I P��'"ls '�� Eastern Canada and���TJ
celved in  sums of $1 and  upward, j J^Jffi,**   \ ?'"
id Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per      _._,.. "' I'"m-
recei
an
annum  (present rate).
Totn:> Assets over $16X,noo,000.00.
��EW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
all
'tilted
"35
For further particular, appi,
ED. GOULET,
C P. R. Agent
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Van,,,,,,
wjimmme?*TS?vT*v*~'- ws totwitss: csctnasirasB::
ZZs%
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altcb.
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secra
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.      Chief, \Y. Sumerinnd.
MECHANICATT
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert, No.
in Sixth street,    Dominion    Trust
Hlock.
I.
O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows" hall.
Columbia street, every Friday evening at & o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E, Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p G. recording secretarv
P^PER   HANGING   &
1
DECORATINU
WILSON, COOK & CO., 638 COLUMNS street, Phone 646. Real Estate
and Insurance Agents. Homes built
on easy terms;  agreements of sale
purchased.     It   you  have any  properly to sell  lis!  ir with us.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps. ,md Sanitas;
house painting, kalsotnining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   New   Westminster.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made, systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co.    Room 9,  Westminster    Trust
_block.      P. O. Box 7951_	
11. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.    Tel.   R  12s.    Room  7,
Westminster Trust Block.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson Btreet (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. .Mission furniture ln lir and oak.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repa red by your local tuner, \V. E.
-Mai tin, .Mns. Bac, <S11 Dublin St.,
Phone L615,
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRHSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Olu"
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &. EDMONDS, HARRIS
tws and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, li.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 142. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
NOTICE.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for ?4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no orlen- I against the late Frederick Thrussell,
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, deceased:
Notice is hereby given that all persons  having  any claims  or  demands
ta] labor employed.     Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that]
the  Grand    Trunk    Pacific    Branch
Lines  Company   will   apply    to    the
Parliament of Canada, at its present
session for an Act further amending
the Act incorporating the Company,
chapter 99 of the Statutes Of 1906, as
amended by Statute SO of the Statutes
of 1909 by authorizing the construction of the following additional lines
of mil way: ���
(1) From a point on the Western
Division oi the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway between the east limit of
of Range IL' and the West limit or
Range 17, wesi of the third meridian
who died on or about the 30th day
of November, 1900, at the City of
New Westminster, l,n the Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are re-
(5) From Regina or a point in the ! quired to send by post prepaid, or de-
vicinity thereof, thence in ;l south- liver to tbe undersigned solicitors
wesortly   and   westerly   direction     to , herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, ex-
j Lethbridge or to a point in the vlcin- ecutrix  of  the  last  will  of the  said
, Ity of Lethbridge on  the line  which  Frederick Thrussell, their names and
| the Company Is, under paragraph 14 ! addresses and full particulars in writ-
of clause 11  or said chapter 99, auth- j ing of their claims and statements of
orized  to construct  from  Calgary  to   their accounts,  verified  by  statutory
the southern boundary of the provln-' declaration,   and   the   nature   of   the
; cp of Alberta at or near Coutts. [securities (If any) held by thorn.
(6) From a point on the main line And take notice that, after the 28th
"  Weston Division between 'day of February, 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
had notice, and that the said Harriett
Moose Lakp and Tete Jaune Cache,
thence through the drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
Lillooet River or the Squamlsh River
or between the last two rivers to
Vancouver,   British   Columbia  author-
AT THE HOTELS
Russell.
Arthur Freestone, Brandon.
F. J. Erb,  Vancouver.
H. B. Edward, Vancouver.
D. W. Roland. Ashcroft.
A.   Wallace,   Vancouver.
W.  A.  Allan,  Vancouver.
C. S. Smith, Vancouver.
11. .1.  Ross. Victoria.
F.  E. Frith, Vancouver.
11.  H.  Brush,  Portland.
W.   E.   Flack,  Portland.
S.  Baxter, Victoria.
A
CAPITAL BUY
EIGHTY ACRES IN LANGLEY, ALL
RICH LOAM SOIL. A RARE INVESTMENT, AND ONE NOT TO
PONDER OVER, BUT JUST TO BE
SNAPPED AT. PRICE $60 PER
ACRE; $800 TO $1000 CASH, BALANCE OVER ONE. TWO AND
THREE YEARS; ALSO "NACRE
BLOCKS IN LANGLLY, MAGNIFICENT SOIL, $100 PER ACRE; ONE-
THIRD CASH, BALANCE ONE, TWO
AND   THREE   YEARS.
Wm,
phia.
R.  .1
.1. C
W.
G.
Windsor.
Long   and   wife
This is a rare opportunity, and you are dealing with
the owner direct. P. O. BOX 1344, Vancouver
Philad
Leslie, Ladner.
Clarksey, Vancouver.
anson,  Vancouver.
E, Frleinond, Riverside, W'n.
Mrs. C. T.  Peterson, nldergrove.
Mike  Murphy,  Montreal.
W.   C.    Hail.   Delta.
F. .1.  Navis, Langley.
P. li. Anderson, Birmingham.
rsarKSyTpat: ^^*fnr7^fy.rr^.i.uSr.'
School Books
and
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Howard
Watch
CHAMBZRUN, The Jeweler
Sole   Agent  for   New   Westminster
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
thence in a southwesterly and west- izi"K -in issue of bonds to the extent the said assets or any part thereof
erly direction to a point in the vicln- j ��f I30..000 a mile of the said lines of' to any person of whose claim she
Ity of Calgary, or to a point on  tbe   railway, numbered   (1)  to  (5)  Indus
line which the Company Is authorized under paragraph 14 of clause 11
of said chapter 99 to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a polni on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (1) between the east limit of Range 20 and
the west limit of Range 28, west of
the third meridian, thence In an easterly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint in the vicinity
thereof.
lve and  comprising    the  said
Within  what are defined bv th
ines
said
shall  not  then  have received notice.
Dated this fifteenth   (15th)  day of
, January, 1910.
Act  as the "Manitoba,  Saskatchewan WADE, WHKALLER & McQUARRlE,
ind Alberta Extensions";  authorizing      Solicitors for the Above-Named Har-
an
an issue of bonds to the extent of
$50,nui) a mile of the said line of railway numbered (6) and comprising
the said line within what is defined
by the said Act as the "British Columbia Extensions;" and also amending paragraph ll of clause n of the
said Ael. as regards the southern ter-
(3)    From a point on the proposed   IninUB of the line thereby authorized
to be constructed from Regina to the
internallonal boundary at or near
North Portal.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. H. BIGGAR,
Solicitor for  Applicants.
line mentioned in paragraph (2) between the east limit of Range 21 and
the west limit of Range 27, west of
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point ln the vicinity thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly
Division of- the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway be!ween Arriand ami Waln-
wrlgbt, thence In an easterly and
southeasterly direction to a poinl on
Pip line which the company Is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause 1] of
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Batlleford.
rlett Ann Thrussell.
"Lifebuoy Soap Is dellghtrully re-
reshlng for bath or toilet. For wasting underclothing lt is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
"The Milwaukee"
���'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "8hort Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "8outh West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains ln the service on any
railroad ln the worW that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
184 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland. Or.
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
'Pitt   River   Lumber   Company,   Limited,"   having  applied   to   His   Excellency, the Governor General in Council, for the approval of a certain silo
for the construction of certain booms
nnd   booming   grounds   in   the   Pitt
River, In the District of New Westminster,   Province  of  British   Columbia,  having deposited  with  the  Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming   grounds,   together   with   a
description  of  the   site   thereof,   and
have   also   deposited   a  duplicate   of
each ln the office of the Registrar of
Deeds  for the said  District of  New
Westminster,  ln  which  District  said
works are proposed to be constructed,
in accordance with the requirements
of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt. River Lumber
Company, Limited.
Here is One of Our
Christmas Pianos
That Arrived Too
Late for the Xmas
Trade
so I am going to give some extra   bargains,   as   I   have   too
���^ftJSJfK?  ",1(1   '   '""'ll   tne  money���YOU    NEED   THE
$254.00 CASH WILL TAKL    ONE. Others a. $276.00 cash-
cash.
large   ii
PIANO.
(300.00
One second-hand piano was
TALK    WITH    US    FOR   THrt
$600, will sell for $175.
NEXT TEN DAYS.
CASH WILL
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old midge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must tako all th�� risks on
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd��� 1909.
Come and let us show yon what surprises we have In slore for
you when 1 advertise BARGA NS.. That Is what thev are, and V">
will say so when you see them.
J.   H. Todd's Music House
.    4193Columbia|St., New Westminster, B. C.
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STATIONERY \
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electric Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has So lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sail Iron is so simple thai a Child can operate it; and it can be used
in an) part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or wailing; ironing done in half the
time. We carry differ) nt makes and styles. Call In and let us show
them to you.
To J.Trapp & Co-, Ltd.
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's. Anticipation
ol' toothsome morsels that will tickle
tbe palate and give you genuine satisfaction are always realized after eating one of our tender, juicy steaks,
oysters or dinners, or any of the special  dishes that  are made at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
i��
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   D. C.
FLOUR !      FT -OUR !
IMPERIAL    9/   per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
MA        .   *     Q   C       FLOUR AMI PEED MERCHANTS
Mcliuarne & to. ���	
rar-JT STREET.
BkHitel
New  Westminster.
���^'.""v;:
"jys&M.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
i
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultjry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
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I     Chest Protectors at all    j
Prices.
| RyaWs Drug Store j
t EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN J
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Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eightn Bt. and   Fifth Aran*
PHONE S7&
i   HOWELL A odd*. Proon.ttm.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T. PHONE  R527
Loose T
,>>GU��
3D
1
It not only loses flavour, but worse than this, loose
tea takes on new odors, such ls coal oil, molasses,
onions, coffee, soap, etc.,���to say nothing of
its exposure to the sun, dust, dirt and
air.   Therefore for your protection
il sold  only in sealed lead packets���never ia bulk.
<  Black, Mixed uud Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.  .
NOTICE.
TENDERS.
Notice Is hereby given that Ralph
Charnley of Barnston island, in tiie
province ol' British Columbia, David
Alexander McRee ot" Ladner, iu the
said province, and Joseph Cameron
of lie? city ol' New Westminster, in
the said province, have been selected
by a majority iu interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affect- i
ed as hereinafter described to he i
commissioners under the provisions j
of the "Drainage Dyking and Irrigation Act," for the district, consisting: ]
of and comprising the lands herein-1
after described, that is to say: All
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the district of
New Westminster and province Of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lots two
hundred and fifty-two (252), two hundred and fifty-three (253), two hundred and fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (260), and four huudred and
twenty-seven (427), group or.' tl),
and the fractional northeast quarter
of section nine (9); the fractional
south east quarter of section nine
(9); the fractional north west quarter of section nine (9); the fractional
south west quarter of section nine
Ci); the fractional Bouth east quarter of section ten (10); the fractional south west quarter of section ten
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of section three (3); the fractional
north west quarter of section three
(3); the fractional north easi quarter
of section four i-l), (Indian reserve);
and the fractional south west quarter
of section sixteen (16), all in township nine (9) as shown on the official
plan or survey of the said district
of New Westmlnstei and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'
The said commissioners being authorized and Instructed to take steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
the same and to do everything
that be may be necessary to carry
out such work and to maintain such
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston Island Dyking  District."
The names of the proprietors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley. Harvey Hicks.
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin lay Thomson.
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Wal-
er, David Alexander McKee. John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November.
A. D., 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE.
46 Lorne Street,
New Westminster. B.C.
Solicitors   for   the   commissioners.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
al Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the
isth February, for the conveyance of
His .Majesty's Mails, on proposed concerts for four years, 11 and 2u times
per week each way, between the
New Westmister Post Office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Hallway Station from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster. Sapperton and Queens-
borough and at the office of the Post
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, R. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN  II.  GREENFIELD,
Post  Office  Inspector.
IN   THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH     COLUMBIA
In the matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 1"., E
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter of the Estate of
John Scott  Macdonnell, deceased.
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison dated the 7th day of
January, 1910, tenders win be received up to January 21, 1910, by the undersigned for the purchase of all the
Estate and Interest of John Scott
Macdonnell and his heirs In and to
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises above
mentioned.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar of the Supreme
Court  of British Columbia.
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in,-   friitiiie  or  Li-jcrty,
Tbe   ColOHBUS   of   Rhodes   probably !
never brought any returns in cash to j
the  city,   but   ita   tradition   will  last
when everything elw lihooesian is entirely lost from histury.   Bo with this
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Joy by every American who catches a
glimpse of it as he returns from a so-!
journ Ui Europe.   Its meaning Is more
apparent after a short absence from
America  than  perhaps   it   was   before
such an experience.   It is one of the
few  things   which  we luive  which  Is
not commercialized."Chicago Tribune.
NORTHWEST POLICE
HAVE GOOD RECORD
Canada's Mounted Patrol
Maintains Efficiency Despite Small Number.
'fhe  W'roiiK  Line,
A society which disseminates moral
literature once sent a railway manager
a large number of free tracts to place
In the  waiting rooms.   One was entl- |
tied, "A Route to the New Jerusalem."
The letter which tbe moral literature
society  received in reply declined the
tracts.   "We cannot place the tracts," j
wrote the manager, "as the N. J. is not I
on our system."
QnMo  it  ViLrl^iy.
The   fashionable  gir!  had  accepted:
Ulm and the young mun was wondering
bow far his .*.'!0 a week would go.
"You must remember that life Is not
all golf aud tennis," murmured be.
"Why, of course lt isn't," she responded brightly. "There's boating and
coaching and bridge and ever so rnauj
things."���Louisville Courier-Journal.
At   tilt!   Dor-torn'   Clnb.
"Carvus, was that operation you performed on old Hunks successful?"
"Successful?   Yes; singularly so."
"Singularly?   Then  he's  recovering.
Is he?"���Chicago Tribune.
A Russian does not become of age
until be Is twenty-six.
Tlic Rlgrht   Ajre.
Among the litigants before the English courts some years ago was a Mrs
Weldon, who, indeed, was so constant
ly at law that Baron Po[|o.ek once remarked:    "This lady has" now such u
very lurce business at tho bar that wo
must give her every Indulgence." Mrs
Weldon was not abashed by the Judges
and said many clever things In court
The  reminiscences  of  the  late Join
George Witt,  K. O, include au anec
dote of one of her appearances In thi
court of appeal.   She was endeavorini
to upset a judgment of Vice Chancellor
Bacon, and one ground of  complaint |
was that the judge was too old to un
derstaud  the  case.    Thereupon  Low
Esher said:   "The last time you wer.
here  you  complained  that  your  cusi
had been tried by my brother Boweti
and you said he was only a bit of a bo>
and could not do you justice.   Now j n
come here  and say  that  my  brothel
Bacon was too old.   What age do yon
want the judge  to be'f"    "Your age,"
promptly  replied  Mrs.  Weldon,  fixlnj
her bright eyes ou the handsome conn
teuance of the master of tha rolls.
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
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DECORATORS.
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AUTHORIZED CAPITAL    $6,000,000
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
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West. In this era of development Western financial institutions
must play an Important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the West at heart to share ln the enjoyment of Its privileges.
ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN A.8AVINGS    ACCOUNT    WITH    U8.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W   estmlnster.
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She   Clot  a  Sent.
A woman entered a well filled Broad
way surface car.   She was reasonably
young,  fairly well dressed  and good
looking, but she walked with a dee,'
painful limp.    As she clutched for
strap half a dozen men arose hast:!.
and offered her seats.    She took  tin
nearest one aud sank Into lt with  I
look of relief.   The other men resume:
their seats, and the car sped merrily
on.    Half a mile farther uptown thi
woman signaled the conductor to bCo;
and as the car Blowed down she arose,
walked Jauntily out and stepped oil
the   car   with   the   nlmblanesg   of   ii
schoolgirl.
The man whose seat she had bee/
occupying looked first amazed, thei
sheepish, as the other passengers be
gan to grin at him, then Joined Lu, a.-
becomes an American when placed In
trying circumstances.
"She's an actress at one of the
Broadway theaters," chuckled a man
sitting near him. "I know her bj
sight, and when she came ln I thought
she  must have been hurt In an ac
���Irian* "-���Mow  Tovlr   Kn��
"ln my morning walks," retufirked ���
Brooklyn clergyman lu referring to hts
vacation, "I bad as a companion an
elderly gentleman, whose acquaintance
I prized highly, After a cross country
ramble of five miles one hut afternoon
we stopped at a farmhouse for a drluk
of milk. I drained my glass, and how
refreshing lt was'. But the old gentleman drauk lightly aud set his glass
dowu with a goodly portion of the rich
milk untouched.
" 'Very fine drink,' he said as we resumed our jaunt
" 'Then why didn't you drink all o!
It?' I aU.ed.
" 'That's the way I make my contribution to the conscience fund," he explained seriously. 'When I was a boy
I worked on a farm and was taught always, after rinsing, to leave a little
water ln the milk cans.' "���New Tork
Times.
Oitawa, Jan. 25.���The annual report of the Northwest Mounted police,
just presented to parliament, contains
the usual record of faithful and In
many cases heroic services quietly
ami eiliciouily performed by the lines!
pollci   force In the world.
The sin ogth of the force nc i
stands at 51 officers and 600 nonce a-
missioned officers and men, Thu}
are stationed al ten divisional po^ts
of 148 detachments. The farthest
Hung detachment, on the Arctic
ocean, is 2500 miles from headquarters, and ii lakes two months to make
the Journey. During the last fiscal
year ll cases of murder were dealt
with by the mounted police, and ���"'!' I
cases of crime were registered, whie.i
was aboul 10 per cent less than the
previous twelve months.
There was a decided Increase in
the offenses against women. 21 cast*
being entered, resulting in il convictions. The crop of horse-theii ves was
also large, giving 44 convictions du;-
ing the year, as against 29 for tho
preceding year. Crime caused by excessive drinking accounted for 15t��l
convictions. There were L29 convictions for prairie forest tires; some
of these fires were very destructive,
and in some cases lives were saerl-
iio d. During the year 194H prisoners
were received, and the guard room.;
have been overcrowded. At Calgary
prisoners were refused b cause they
could not be accommodated.
'lb" most interesting pari of thi
report, probably, is the story of the
special patrol made by Inspector Pel-
letier and three men from across the
northern part of Canada, from Port
Saskatchewan via Athabasca Landing
Mid Great Slave lake to Chesterfield
Inlet, on Hudson bay, a total distance
of ,'.:;i" miles. During part of the
Journey tie party had to subsist on
raw deer meat, and on the voyage
from Fullerton to Fort Churchill their
boat was wrecked, and they arrived
safely only after suffering appalling
hardships and many narrow escapes,
both or land and sea.
Commissioner       Perry,      of      the
mounted police,  who is here on bus-
liness for a few  days, says that the
region  between  Lake Athabasca and
Great Btave lake is known to contain
many   of   the   wood   buffalo,      Three
mouiitc.Q patrols are maintained in the
district, which is  about on - hundred
utiles  square,  to investigate and project the buffaloes.    Herds numbering
as high as seventy or eighty of these
animals  have  been  seen by the pa-
troK   tnd   tracks   of    much    larger
I herds   have   been   found.    A special
bounty Is paid for wolves, in the hope
of pi (serving the buffalo, which form
the  only  natural   widl herd in existence.
CAST OF BEVEUir MS
mummmiiMiMw
Kca WiUi  Wonifti'i.  Voice*.
Generally speaking, races living at
high altitudes have weaker and more
highly pitched voices than those living
In regions where the supply of oxygen
Is more plentiful. Thus among the
Indians living on the piatoaus betweea
the ranges of the Andes, at iui elevation of from ten to fourteen thousand
feet, the men have voices like women
and the women like children, and theii
itadag Is a shrill monetone. The Australian native has a weak voice, bnt
a knack of seaaliv It n long distance,
and the lowest tribes at African bush-
men also possess weok voices. Of all
human beings tt would Nan that the
dwarf rare discovered by Stanley In
central Africa have, ln point of volume
ind compass, the weakest of human
voices, sad this Is ealy what one
would expect freui (he feebleness of
Mr snysls.se gsit��, I ly.
Hero  Only  One   Who Did    Not    Put
Sufficient Feeling Into His
Lines.
"Beverly," the drama based on
(Jeorge Barr MfcCutcheon's famous
story, "Beverly of Graustark," was
well received by a large audience at
the Opera House last night. Prince
Pantan, the exiled ruler of Dawsberg-
en, falls in love with Beverly Cal-
Calhoun, the exiled American girt
who Is a guest of Princess Yetive.
empress of Graustark. Beverly is not
aware of the identity of her royai
lover and under the Impression that
he is a mountaineer, procures him a
place on the palace guard at Eidel-
weiss castle, the home of the Princess
Yetive. The prince, known to the
court as Baldos, the mountaineer, in
his endeavors to regain his kingdom,
arouses the suspicions of General
MarlanX, commander of the Grausiark
forces, who reports him, to the Princess Yetive .Complications arise and
the prince is saved from a spy's death
by Beverly, who shoots General Marl-
anx through the arm and enables her
lover to escape. In the lasl act the
prince regains hi.; throne, embraces
Beverly, the general Is disgraced and
all  ends happily and well.
The plot is submerged by love passages, but the charming acting of
Gertrude Fowler as Beverly makes
it all palatable. Raymond Whltaker,
as the hero, Prince Dantan, was no*
a brilliant success. He spoke bis
lines with mathematical precision and
frowned at the proper moment, but
his acting was weirdly wooden and
his shouts of tender passion were not
appreciated.
Thomas V. Morrison, who had ��
difficult and unpleasant part as the
depraved general, did some splendid
acting, and Edith Shayne, as Princess
Yetive, upheld the dignity of her psxt
with charming grace.
The role of Aunt Fanny, Beverly's
colored maid, was taken by Hattle
Carmontelle. She supplied the comedy of the play, and with her funny
sayings and desperate longings tor
home ln Washington, far away from.
all foreigners, greatly amused tbs
audience.
All the other parts were exceptionally well taken, the scenery was magr
nlflcent and altogether the production  was  well   worthy of patronage.
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II PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY 26
I
The Daily News
Published by The Dally Mews Publisn-
Ins Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.
irector
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WEDNESDAY,
JANUARY
26,
1910
ADVENT   OF   THE  C.  N.   R.
It is to be hoped that the announcement which has reached this city from
Winnipeg by wire, to the effect that
construction ou the Canadian Northern railway Pacific coast extension
will commence here on March loth,
is to be relied upon. But it seems a
little strange that President .Mackenzie, to whom the statement is attributed, should wait until he reached the
Prairie City on his homeward journey
before giving oui such an interesting
and Important piece of information,
and that he could not. say as much
when he was on the coast a week
ago.
If the Canadian Northern president
is in a position to fix the date for the
commencement of operations here, it
is to be presumed that, he has completed all necessary arrangements lu
regard to the right of way and so
forth. If so it would be interesting
to the people of New Westminster to
know, with just the same preclseness
which pertains to the above-
mentioned statement, what these arrangements ma) be. So far as we are
aware nothing definite with respect
to the railway right of way, its terminal or terminals, or anything of the
kind, had been arranged at the time
that Mr. Mackenzie was in this vicinity.
The same message also informs us
that ibis line will be opened for traffic to Winnipeg and Montreal In April,
.11)14. This, too, is most beautifully
precise. We are sure everyone will
wish that the optimistic forecast of
the C. N. It. president may be realized. But we must confess that the
whole character of this announcement
awakens a feeling of suspicion in our
mind, lt looks verj much as though
there is something lo be read between tbe lines.
Nothing, however, has yet. been
heard about any arrangement in regard to passenger and freight rate.-,
on the new line, a question which Is
of the,greatest Importance lo the people of British Columbia generally and
to merchants and traders in the coast
eilies in particular. Oi course we
are well aware that Messrs, Mackenzie and .Mann have a strong objection to entiling Into any arrangement
in respect to this. Nor have we forgotten Unit the deputation of business
men who waited upon the government
executive a lew days ago to urge the
need for a definite arrangement in regard lo rate control gained bul poor
reward for their pains. Bui there is
a general and widespread feeling
throughout the province that the interests of the people should be properly safeguarded and that they should
not be left by the government to be
fleeced by a powerful railway corporation; that at least some advantage Ifl
the way of rates is due to them from
the railway company for the very valuable privileges and potent assistance
they are receiving. Apparently, hovf
ever, wo shall have to wait, for enlightenment upon this matter until
the government brings down tin- bill
.to conlirm the agreement entered into
with the Canadian Northern managers. This, It is stated, will noi be
for some weeks henca
The Saturday Sunset prints some
pertinent comments upon this Important question of rates in iis lasl
issue.    Our contemporary says:
"The difference between fixing
rates and securing rate control in the
contract between the C. N. K. and the
government is quite overlooked in an
ignorant letter published iu a daily
paper, and written bv a man whose
only stake in the cojntry Is the remainder of what he earned by writing campaign literature in the recent
electlo/ s.
"This learned writer���he poses as
a lawyer, but never had a brief in this
province���says we will have to compute the traffic possibilities of British
Columbia for the next live years in
order to lix rales. Nobody wants the
government to lix rates for a term of
years, as argued by thi:, ignorant advocate of the C. N. K. What the business men of British Columbia have
asked for Is rate control so that the
government can fix rates from time to
time aud prevent discrimination
against this province.
"Again, this spochii pleadei says
the Provincial government can" not fix i
rates (or control themi, because, f"'->i"-
fcooih, that would be overlapping the
authority of the Hallway Commission.
The Railway Commission is a court
whose business It is to interpret laws,
enforce   contracts  and  adjust differ
ences between the people and the
railways.
"If the people have a difference
wilh the C. N. R., and no power of
their own to control, the Hallway
Commission will have to be guided
solely by the situation and the Tacts.
The facts may be all In favor of lower
rates, but. the situation is that the
C. N. H. can not be forced to reduce
its rates under the terms of its charier unless it is foiced to do so in self-
defense.
"If, however, the people of British
Columbia have a cast-iron agreement
giving them power to regulate rates
! the Railway Commission will see to it
that the C. N. H. lives up to its agreement; in that way the C.P.R. can also
be forced Into line, and that Is the
only string we will ever get on that
road.
"What the business men of British
Columbia have asked for Is protection
against discrimination in rates and
the machinery to ensure the protection. We have no assurance whatever that we can or will get such pro-
tection from the Railway Commission,
but we do know that with a. clause
in the agreement providing it that we
will get it.
"ln view of British Columbia's liability for the building of the C. N. H-.
we have a rlgin. to that protection,
and if the government fails to give it
Premier McBrlde will have failed to
cany out his solemn promises to the
electorate."
DISTRICT  OF   BURNABY.
Applications for the position of Assistant Engineer will be received by
the undersigned up to Wednesday,
February 2, 1910. Applications to be
endorsed "Assistant Engineer," and
to state qualifications and salary required.
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, January 24, 1910.
DISTRICT   OF   BURNABY.
NOTICE.
Tenders called for B. C. Quaran- j
tine supplies receivable up to January '
15, 1910, will be received up to mid- \
day, January 31, 1910. Newspapers i
copying this advertisement without j
authority from the department will
not be paid.
A. D. .TARYIS,
Ass't Deputy Minister and Secretary
of Agriculture.
Ottawa, January 11. 1910.
Applications for the position of
Road Tax Collector will be received
by the undersigned up to Wednesday,
February 2, 1910. Applications to be
endorsed "Road Tax Collector" and
to state commission required on the
basis of collection of $1200 per annum.
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, January  24,  1910.
TEACHER      WANTED.
For school on  Lulu  Island, within
city limits, Applications will be receiv.
ed until noon on Friday, January 28.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Scliool  Board Secretary.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL TODAY
Jugs
10c, 15c, 20c, 25c
EACH
S'      JANUARY CLEARING
\AIF
SALE
a
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
A handsome Ladies' Combina
tion Secretary nnd Bookcase'
made of hard maple wood |���
surface oak finish nicely carved
with writing bed 19x26 inches'
The inside is fitted neatly with
divisions for papers, etc; regular   value   $8.00;   January Sale
$6.45
I   P f �� Q Furniture Emp<
*******  *******  -****��     h*J Les's Block, Columbia St
Phone
70.
ST. ALBAN'S CONCERT.
The following is the program of the
concert which will be held on Thursday at S o'clock in the .Municipal hall,
Burnaby. This concert is under the
auspices of St. Albans Anglican
church, Burnaby.
PART 1.
Selection���The    orchestra.   Messrs.
Insley, Bleacher and Holmes.
Song, "There's a Land"���.Mr. Cox.
Song,    "The     Songs    My    Mother
Sang"���Miss  Pyne.
Duet, "The Sea Gulls"���Mrs. Dun-
lop and Mrs.  Blackmail.
Comic song, "Don't Take Me
Home"���Mr. Legg.
Recitation (selected)���Miss Marshall.
Song, "The Little Nipper"���W. J.
Walker.
Selection,    the    orchestra���Messrs.
Insley, Breacher and Holmes.
PART II.
Selection,    the    orchestra���Messrs.
Insley. Breacher and Holmes.
Song, "Down the Vale" ���Miss
Weirt.
Song���Mr.  Foxell.
Recitation      (selected)���Miss   Marshall.
Quartette, "Come Where My Love
Lies Dreaming"���Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs.
Blackmail. Mr. Legg. Mr. Lawson
Smith.
Duet���Miss Weart and Mr. Cook.
Character song, "The Lily ol' La-
guna"���Mr.  Legg.
Selection, the orchestra-���Messrs.
Insley, Breacher and Holmes.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
The first of a series of joint services of the Queen's avenue Methodist
and the Olivet Baptist churches was
conducted last night in the Baptist
church by the Rev. C. W. Brown. It
ib intended to hold evangelistic ser-
.i<'.>s there every night this week.
Next week a similar series will be held
in the Queen's avenue Methodist
���Jiii'.T.li.
Captain O'Brien of the lightship at
the Sand Heads left his assistant in
charge of the vessel the other day
while he went to Steveston for provisions, llis return was delayed by
heavy weather and the man In charge
of the ship ran short of food and had
to signal the steamer Westham for
supplies.
China  Gets    Big Loan.
Paris,   .Ian.   25.���Settlement  ol"  the
financial   side    of   the    Hankow-Szo-
Chuen   railroad     loan    of $30,000,000
has been reached.
cast of
CITY OF WINNIPEG IS
FINANCIALLY STRONG
Winnipeg, Jan. 25.���Mayor W. San-
ford Evans stated this morning that
the city Is In the best condition financially that it has been for years.
Following last year's policy, a strong
grasp will be kept on the financial
situation.
Tho city will again issue $2,500,000
wo II; er stock to meet the expenditures for the year, the same amount
as was Issued lasl year. The money
will be used for the power plant and
needed  local  Improvements.
PERMANENT   EXHIBIT
Development   Bureau   Plans  to   Make
Known  Resources of West.
Winnipeg, Jan. 25.���Responding to
the appeal for a forward policy of Industrial development, the Winnipeg
Development and Industrial Bureau
has decided on an active measure of
promotion. The bureau proposes lo
establish a permanent exposition of I
goods that are  made In Winnipeg.
There will be placed on exhibition
at the same time and In the same
place specimens ol" agricultural, mineral and other natural products of
Western Canada, which shall afford
those who view this expesltlon a
chance to see and appreciate the pro- |
ducts and resources of Winnipeg and
the west and to gauge the multitude
of possibilities that are within the
boundaries of Western Canada.
I
We buy for cash and sell for the same  i���������
orium
a Street,
NEW WESTMINSTE
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B. C,
Week of
Our Bargain-Giving Supremacy Furthe
Emphasized All This Week.
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This busy month of unusual value giving is rapidly nearing its close,
just one weeek more and the sale will be a thing of the past, but one thai/
will be long remembered as the greatest sale ever held in this city. M
put a finishing touch to this great event we have picked out a number o\\
extra special lines for this week's selling that will out distance all compe-1
tition. See for yourself���be your own judge. Come every day for these
desirable goods at prices far below regular. 1
A BIG CLEARANCE OF APRONS
FOR 25c
An unrivalled sale ol" Aprons, in
gingham, lawn, etc.; white, and blue
and white checks of various designs;
souk have shaped bands, frills and
pockets. You'll not be satisfied with
one or two of these, you will take ���'
half dozen when you Bee the quality.
Regular 45c and 50c values for.. .25c
SURPLUS  STOCK   OF BLACK
TIGHTS  TO   CLEAR
Ladles' Black Equestrienne Tights
to bo cleared at less than manufacturers' prices. Now's the time to supply your needs ln this line.
Regular $1.00
per pair.
values, our price, 6Bc
Regular $1.50 values, our price
per pair.
$l.(li|
A WHIRL  IN CORSETS���$3.50, $4.00
AND $5.00 VALUES FOR $1.00
PER  PAIR
A most extraordinary clearance of
High-Grade Corsets; 72 pairs In this
astounding offer. Broken lines that
are to go right out this week. Not
every size In any one line, but every
size fully represented In this collection, from 19 to 36. Get here early
and pick out the plums. Regular
$11.50, $4 and $5 values included In
this lot. Clearing Price $1-00
EIDERDOWN    COMFORTERS   $3.50
We challenge competition as regards prices on Comforters. Seven
only real Eiderdown Killed Comforters, ullkoline coverings, In dainty
floral designs, full size; the kind you
pay $6.00 for elsowhere. Our Clearing   Price    $3.50
$5 BLANKETS FOR $3.75
Twelve pairs of All-Wool Ayrshire
Blankets, free from odor or Imperfections of any description. Those are
absolutely the best offered in any
sale. Whipped Bepartely, a great advantage when washing. Regular $5.00
value.   Sale Price $3.75
EXTRA   SPECIALS   IN   TABLE
LINENS
Some interest ing values from our
Linen Section. Inspect these afters;
we can not buy them ourselves at
the prices offered.
Elghl Linen Sets, cloth three yards
long, with one dozen lull size napkins to match; pretty floral patterns
only, no set designs. Regular price
$�� I'O.     Sale'Price,   per set $3.50
SAMPLE   CLOTHS   AT LESS THAN
SAMPLE   PRICES
Some travellers' samples- in All-
Linen Cloths and Sets to be cleared.
Snaps for the lucky purchasers.
One only Linen Set, hemstitched
cloth and napkins to match. Sample
price $8.00.    Clearing at, set....$5.00
( One Hemstitched Linen Damask
Cloth, large floral design, two yards
Bquare. Sample price $5.50. Clearing
nt.    $3.50
One Hemstitched Linen Damask
Cloth, two yards square, floral design.    Regular  $8.60.   Clearing price,
   . .$2.50
75c LACE STAND COVERS 50c
I.ace Stand Covers, something new
for the washstand or table; an excellent washing cover. Regular 75c value:,  for    50c
SILESIA  LININGS 7 1-2c PER YARD
EACH
Silesia Lining, brown, grey, fawn,
en am and white, 3(1 and 3S inches
wide. Regular 12 l-2c and 15c, tor
per yard  7 1 2c
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HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Eu rpNESDAY,   JANUARY 26, 1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE FIVE.
GORDON
'Big Dry Goods House
Snap in Children's Tan
\Leather & Navy Cloth Caps
Children's Tan Leather and Navy Cloth Caps, six dozen in all,
regular value 75c and *1.00.   On   sale   each 39c
SEE WINDOW.
Startling Reductions in Dress
\Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Mantles
and Millinery
SNAPS GOING IN OUR STAPLE  DEPARTMENT.
See our Marseilles Quilt, 1 1-1  size,  handsome pattern.    Regular
|: nee $3.25.    January Sale price $2.00
ne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SPORTING NEWS.
REFEREES ARE
A S10W BUNCH
Province Classifies Associa
te All Stars made the All Factory
bowlers look like a bunch of amateurs last night when they took a
name from them by a majority of
154 pins, notwithstanding the fact
that the All Stars gave them a handl-
tion as   "Most   Indolent' cfp ��i 3UU 1)0ints '"the tnree *ameB
played    Smith and South for the win-
BodvofMen" NoF.nprcrv  ners Bana&ed to climb over the 5<>u
U^ Uiiueii     J-no energy i marki ,u, the hlgh man on the Fac_
tory pin  knockers, Petersen, only se-
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
The sporting editor of the Vancouver Province has a few things to
say concerning the "work" of the
Referees' association this season. As
this   body   has    had, and will    have,
with  the  New
ho    article  is>
Quite  a  few  dealings
Westminster   Hovers
reproduced:
"The Vancouver District Referees'
association were due to meet last
Friday at the National Spoils club
and discuss the attitude of the Westminster Rovers toward the referees
concerning the postcard of the Rovers' secretary sent to the league president some time ago which was handed over to the referees' secretary to
I be discussed by that body. The referees decided not to officiale until tiie
Rovers apologized to Referee Willis-
CToft . The apology was supposed to
have  been  in  the  hands of thai body
(Continued on  Page  Six).
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(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
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iowan's Cake Icings
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A double corner on 6th & Regina Streets, 2 full
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$2,100, $500 cash
6 roomed house and 3 full sized lots on Harvey
|reet, Sapperton, all cleared and planted in fruit,
$2,200, $500 cash
Five acre blocks just across the river in Surrey
$150 per acre, which will double   in less  than a
Bar.
Suburban block 12, one block from car line,
4 Lots, $425 each
66 foot lot near corner of 5th avenne and 10th
reet, $550 on easy terms.
A business block, large enough  for four good
tore buildings   on  one of the main streets  for
(10,000.   This property in 5 years will be worth
10,000.
135 acres of water front close in,   good deep
iter, for $500 per acre.
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3FICE:   NORTHERN CROWN   BANK,   PHONE   646,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
MATSUDA  WILL WRESTLE
O'CONNELL  IN SPOKANE
cured
The
Smith
Campbel
433.
score:
All
Stars
16
12:
Purdy 124
Roy
South
Mlllman
Driscoll
Ramsay .
.Mills   ...
Petersen
Handicap
.141!
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159
106
134
141
L93
207
1 11
138
134
160
523
369
396
418
634
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Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
6182Agnes Street.
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407
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Tonight Captain Morris brings his
.Mascots from Vancouver for the regular weekly game. The New Westminster team will consist of : Steel,
Gilchrist,  Marshall.  Smith and South.
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Spokane, Jan. 25.���M. Matsuda, the*
former Vancouver Japanese wrestler,
backed by some local enthusiasts, lias
deposited 1500 at Portland for a side
bet for a match with Eddie O'Connell,
wrestling instructor of the Multnomah club, next week, in the Multnomah club gym.
O'Connell Iras agreed to make 142
pounds ringside for Matsuda, which is
light for the Multnomah man, who
normally wrestles around the middleweight limit.
SHAMROCKS WIN
ABERDEEN STILL TRYING TO
GET PLACE IN LEAGUE
Irishmen   Steal   Victory from   Hailey-
bury  in  Overtime Play.
Montreal, Jan. 25.���The Shamrocks
won from Haileybuij tonight at the
Arena in overtime play. The score
at half time was one to nothing in
favor of the Irishmen.
The  score  at  full  time was two to
two, and  in  the overtime   piny    tho i cured there.
Shamrocks   won   tha deciding goal in 'franchise  of
thirty   seconds.     malting     the     final
score three to two.
Seattle, Jan. 15.���Word comes from
Aberdeen   today   thai   the sports    of
that  town  are    still    determined to
have representation iu the Northwest- j
ern  league, and to gain that end an i
effort will be made to get the neces- ;
sary backing for a team in Everett-
A man by the name of Wilson Rutt-
ner has been telling the Aberdeen
folks that he thinks he can get the |
backing for a club in Everett, and he
is supposed to be in that town on that
business today.
A story went out from Tacoma that j
Tacoma's tall-end team had a payroll i
of if:'.,500 per month, and that scared
the Everett boys. Then the disquieting reports sent out from Aberdeen
about that town being ready to i|uit
also made the Everett fellows dubious
and  they concluded  to quit.
Everett will still be taken in if the
necessary   backing   for  a   club  is  fte-
and if Everett is given a
course Aberdeen will be
I taken back for that  city was dropped
i only because the sixth city could not
he found.
First   Entries   For Bonspiel.
Winnipeg. Jan. 25.���Two official entries for the great annual bonspiel
which will begin February 9 have
been received by Secretary Robert-
which are the first. The first
to come properly filled i:i was
the Southampton, Ont.. club.
Brock McAulay as skip. Other
entries from Lacombe, Alta.. with 0.
W. Graham skip.
son.
card
from
with
Yellow Fever In Colombia.
Panama. Jan. 25���A steamship passenger arriving at Colon from England and stopping two days at Cartagena, Colombia, is isolated in Ancon
hospital Buffering from yellow fever.
This is the first case of yellow fever
in Beveral years. U is not. considered
likely thai  the fever will spread.
ST.   YVES   SIDETRACKED
IN   FAVOR   OF  LONGBOAT
San Francisco, Jan. 25.���Owing to
the facl that st. Yves, the French
long-distance runner, has been mntch-
; ed to meet Marsh, in a Marathon race
al   Los Angeles, the pian of matching
[him with the winner of the Dorando-
Hayes match in this city next Sunday has been abandoned, and Longboat, the Canadian Indian. Will be
substituted as the challenger of the
successful contestant.
A.  CHAPPELL
Of the Acme Clothing Co.
has retired from the active management of the
concern. He still retains
an interest in the business.
(See future advertisements.)
The Leading Gentlemen's Outfitters,
l Acme   Clothing  Co.,  Ltd.
| Lee's Emporium, Columbia St.
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Mahmout Wins Match
Richmond. Ind., Jan. 86.���-Yusiff
.Mahmout. the Turk, won a wrestling
match here last night from Stanley
Pitzsimmons, reputed Australian
champion,  in  two  straight falls.
$10,000   MOTOR  BOAT
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ITHOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tvffloe 'Pboue Ht>.     Barn 'Plione 11/
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
(Continued   Troiii   Page  One.)
how many people were an the train,
while ln the confusion after the accident a number Of these who sustained
minor injuries or were unhurt, left
the place without any record.
Official Statement.
In an official statement this afternoon regarding the affair D. McNie-
iill, vice-president of the Canadian Pacific railway, said: "There is no
truth in many of the reports which
have been sent out regarding the
WebbWOOd accident, especially as to
the circumstances surrounding the
death of the victims. We have reported the names of the victims &B
we were able to secure them, and we
have taken every possible care of
everybody who was so unfortunate
as to he in the accident l may ��;>>'
that the officials oi the Canadian Pacific fell the blow ten times more
severely than those who have been
writing about lt. It. was bad enough
God knows, without making It appear
worse than It was.
"As far as can be ascertained, there
was nobody living or dead on the car
when it was burned. 1 have met several who were on the scene Immediately after the accident, before the
[wrecked car caught fire, and they all
.state that there was no one on
car when It. was burned."
Order  Given   to   Brockville    Man for
Gold Cup Race.
Brockville, Ont, Jan. 25.���A Brockville creation in the line of motor
boats will figure next season in the
famous gold challenge cup races on
the St. Lawrence. A local firm has
received an order from a New York
city enthusiast to complete a boat of
250 horse power, to cost $10,000, for
competition against the famous Dixie
II. which has successfully defended
the trophy for the last two years.
The craft will be forty feet long.
DISHONORABLY    DISCHARGED
j Confessed   Murderer  Will  be  Ousted
From United States Navy.
Washington, Jan. 24.���The navy department today telegraphed instructions to the commandant of the Portsmouth navy yard to dishonorably discharge and turn over to the civil authorities of New York state the marine, James Hall, who has confessed
to the murder of Anna C. Shumaher
In the graveyard at Rochester, N. Y.
The confession received by the
navy department today Is revolting
ln Its details.
tlu
Claim* Cut In Half.
Tangier,   Marocco,    Jan.    25.���The
Casa Hlanca commission has reduced
the claims of the various nationalities
against   Morocco   on  account of the
Casa  Blanca massacres from $5,294,-
|C73 to $2,tn3,928.    The United States
'claimed   $76,799     and    was awarded
! $28,115.
TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death in this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and ln consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by livestock insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing a
policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full particulars whether you Insure or not.
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Phone 62 " The Insurance Man"        657 Columbia St.
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35c per dozen
ABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
JTre^h-  4Qc pound.
CHOICE  CREAMERY  BUTTER���
Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN  RICE���
Good quality R oounds 25c
CANNED TOMATOES���
10c can
CANNED STRAWBERRIES���
15c can
CANNED APPLES OR  RHUBARB-
Oallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLES���
Large quart bottles 25a
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JANUARY
SHAPING PROJECT
fOR WATER TBAfFIC
National Waterways Commission Submits Comprehensive Report to Congress
Washington, .Ian. 25.���The preliminary report of the National Waterways commission was submitted to
congress today. The report Is based
upon a comprehensive Investigation
in  this country and abroad, ami will j
GERMANS THREATEN
TO QUIT TOBACCO You Want to
Discontinuance L. ans Upsetting of Custoi. "--Ladies
Smoke Openly m Cafes.
Berlin, Jan. 25.���ll would seem as
it" ihe German were trying to break
himself of the habit of smoking, for
tobacco manufacturers are lamenting
a falling oft' in consumption.   The dl-
ii,   followed  by  a subsequent report Iminution, however, can be otherwise
with  further recommendations.   This |explained
preliminary   report,   among other tea
lures, recommends a plan of conservation of water power, with the shaping
of projects in the lighi of future
needs of streams: report lo federal
and state legislation rathe- than to
unnecessary litigation; channel
provement merely to enforce th
duction of railroad freight rales, with
inhibition, on the other band, Of the
manipulation of such rales to feeze
out water competition; a uniform system of distribution of the cost 01
waterway improvement between federal state and local government; tne
restriction of dam construction Permits; inauguration of such waterway
as can be completed in
;t federal taxation
in.-
re-
hv    Hie   government   olj
liter  or  repeal  all  power
projects only
a reasonable time,
on power furnished to consumers. ..t:.i
Reservation
power   to
rights.
Seek Harmonious Relations.
The most essential requirements for
the rehabilitation of water traffic is
assorted to be the establishment ol
harmonious relations between railways and water lines. The commission can not see its way clear to recommend a general power to fix minimum rates, but a majority of tne
members of the commission would
recommend the empowering of an in- i
terstate commerce body to presenile
? minimum railroad rate whenever, in
its opinion, the object of a railroad
in reducing rates is to destroy waterway competition.
it is customary for retail traders
in Germany to keep a stock in band
sufficient for three months trade, but
last August, when the new tobacco
tax was impending, they laid In a
slock for six months, which is, of
course, noi yet run out. The fact
also explains the failure of the manufacturers hitherto to bring about normal prices among retail tobacconists,
and it will noi be until the close of
the year that regular reunions between the dealers and the factories
will be re-established.
li remains probable, however, that
the consumption of cigars in Germany
is diminishing. The cigarette is
growing every year a more formidable
competitor to the cigar, particularly
as the cigarette habit is taking great
hold of women. You can hardlj cuter ;i restaurant of the first or second
class in Berlin���indeed, any large
German town���without noticing a
ccnp'Ji-rable proportion of the lady
gue-ls smoking as to the manner
born
In pi'vate dinner parties it is the
German cwtrm for all the guests to
leave the dmir;; table simultaneously,
go into the adjoining salon, there
shake hands and utter the word
"Mahlzeit," and then settle down to
coffee or cigarette in friendly commonalty.
This is certainly more polite than
the English custom of the gentlemen
remaining at  the  dining table drink
ing and smoking, and letting the la-
] ���".���    ,abject  of  the driving out of | dies   entertain     themselves,  until    .'t
water competition appears to be the  suits  the  superior   males   to   conde-
only  question   upon   which the com-  scend to join them.   So the German
mission   is  decided. j custom is being adopted in the Amer-
Decrease  in  Wnter Traffic. | lean and even  in  the English colony
'"he mod  striking instance cited of   here.
decease in water-borne traffic is that	
of the Erie canal, though the commis- DRQWN AS SCH00NER
sion  regards as equally striking the
decrease In traffic on the Mississippi
river  and  its  tributaries.    The report
says,   on    the   other   band,   that   the
traffic   on   the  Great  Lakes bus
creased  enormously.
SINKS OFF NANTUCKET COAST
m-
Referees Ure
k Mow BunchirS
Boston,  Jan.  25.���Last   Saturday's
storm   is   believed   to   have   capsizi d
the     four-masted     Boston     schooner
; Henry   B.   Fiske,   off   the   Nantucket
coast,  and  sent  to death her crew of
I eight   men.     The   hull  of  the  vessel
was   picked   up   today  forty  miles off
t island  by  the revenue cut-
ham.
JUNIOR SOCCER  SCHEDULE.
(Continued from  Page Five.)
ou Friday evening or Saturday morning at the latest; but so far as i-^
known  by any of the officials it has
never  been   seen.
"The referees are about the most
indolent body of sportsmen that were
ever connected with this league.They
had a big turnout the meeting before
and it seems to have taken the steam
out of the arbitrators. The long
talk-fest of the previous meeting
seems to have left them too tired to
discuss the mailer any further. It
is a standing disgrace to them that
they have had only one full meeting
this season. It perhaps is not known
to soccer followers that that meeting
was the only time the referees have
had a quorum this season, so how
can they possibly be up to the standard thai the league requires of them
when they are so dilatory in their
methods? They are supposed to
meet at frequent Intervals and discuss
the different points, technicalities
and rules of the game, but they don't.
"The referees seem to think that
they are being used very badly by
the various clubs and the soccer followers of this town, but they have
themselves to blame as their work
this season has been far from satisfactory, and it is no use for them to
repeatedly shout, "O, you come up
before the examining board and see
what you can do." Thai is no excuse
for their faulty and infitrior work
shown on the field of play this season.
"At their iasi meeting they decided not to officiate at. Westminster un-
ti' the Hovers apologi/ed regarding
the postcard mailed to the league
president. The referees have no
lirht to pass and act ln such ;i manlier without ihe sunction of the league
and if the Rovers protest they would
be perfectly ln their rights because an
Official referee acted at Westminster
on Sadirday."
Following is the schedule ot" soccer
[matches for the Wallis cup, emblematic   of   the   junior   championship   of
British Columbia:
January 21���Lord Kelvin  vs.  High
School;  St. Louis vs. Sapperton.
February  5���Lord  Kelvin   vs.  Central; St. Louis vs. High School.
February 12���High School vs. Sapperton.
February  19���St.  Louis    vs.    Lord
Kelvin.
February   26 ��� Central   vs.   High
School.
March   fj���Sapperton    vs.    Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;  St. Louis vs. Central.
March 19���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin; Central vs. St. Louis.
March    26 ���Sapperton    vs.    High
School;  Central vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���High School vs. Lord Kelvin, fl  "' "
The    first    named    Is    the    home
team.
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To Responsible Peopuj   *
Laug'hlin
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Forty-Four Murders Unpunished.
New York, Jan. 25.���Thirty-seven
unsolved murders ln twelve months
was the record of New York for 1909.
Seven more have been added in the
first three weeks of the new year,
according to a report just issued by
the police department.
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or any male over 18 years Of age, 10
the extent of one-Quarter section ol
liiu acres, more or less.
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tha local land office for the district
ln which the land is situate. Entry
hy proxy may, however, be inade on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bis
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! plans:
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lupon and cultivation of the land on
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(2) If the father (or mother, lf tne
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resides upon a farm In the vicinity of
the land entered for. the requirement!
jas to residence may be satisfied by
:6uch person residing with the lather
lor mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   own^d
jby blm ln the vicinity of IiIr nome
stead, the requirements as to residence
jmay be satisfied hy residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given  to the commissioner of Dominion  lands  at   Ottawa of intention
,to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   be
CANADIAN fl|
BX. CoastU
FROM VANCOUVER,
To  Victoria-  11 ...  ai i   .1
Northern British ffl
Saturday   1 1   p.m,
To   Nanaimo.   r rwj
day   and   Thursdaj    il   2 nrr
day, 11  p.m. Pa'
To Nanaimo���Dallj  ;- _;,.,
FROM   NEW  WESTMIN8Tl3
Upper   Fraser     ;,.       ���    ;.
and      way    points
leaves      Wesl mini ' - iii
Monday, Wednesday an | :   "|
turning,  leaves  Chilliwack all
on  Tuesday,  Thui
For   further   pai ticu       cat]
dress
ED. GOULE1
New   V,'. -���:���;:
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen   Pa     Ipjl
Vai c iu\
Model Sign Wo
SIGN, SCENE AND 0R\-\I>V|
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixthl
Now Westminster,
ThcO.  P. Young. Prop,
English Watchmakj
Gold Watches for L*d     MM
up.
Silver Watches,    genu pit,
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents' ��������
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walth.im a
Watches.
Watch repairing a special
F. CRAKE]
Two   doors   trom   Geo. Adami
The North American Life
Shows for 1909
Large increase in NEW BUSINESS.
Large increase in  INCOME.
Large increase In ASSETS.
Large increase in  PAYMENTS TO  POLICYHOLDERS.
Decrease ln EXPENSE RATIO.
THIS IS THE COMPANY TO  INSURE  IN.    CONSULT
White,Shiles & Co
AGENTS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
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Railway Servii
in Ii
DUO   Kill, be  l'.XTlA.
MANITOBA  LEGISLATURE
TO   MEET  ON  FEBRUARY 10
Winnipeg, Jan. 25.���Following a
r-.ceting of the cabinet, which was
held this morning, it was announced
that the legislature would be convened on Thursday, February 10.
LUSITANIA  COULD NOT
LAND   MAILS   IN  STORM
Liverpool, Jan. 25.���The Cunard
liner Lusitanla, which arrived here
from New York at noon today, was
unable to land her passenger a and
mails at Fishguard, owing to a fierce
gale encountered.
'lustrations are Exmt Sim
Every pen guaranteed
full H Kt. build Gold-cut
!'" right hand may be had
In   either  our   standard
Diaeit opaque pattern, or |
"on-breakable Transpai-/
etlt. ns desire,!, either in
riam or engraved finlih.
a�� preterred.
Yoiinmjrlrrtfclip.n �� ww*,
If JOU don.lfind llurq.minit��I
a hotter  aitlrl. ll,.��� ,',��� ���,, ���:
C'"o foi ,�������� r,.M ������ miI.
nin in �����,- ���ts��� nak, it nrtl
���Wlrely  ulllftatWJ In ��r.ry n-1
>'"U��].IJJorlt. I
ClJTI)��l���,|,0���rf,m< al
Popnl.r     ..r���,  |���k  ��.���,
! Jom|.l��l�� l��ak p,^f ,r, jp. ^��� I
h.   carried   i,.    ,ny   TmtSm,   ^ I
pooMI c,r ihnppln, k,t| wr(t,, rri I
anr   "nils ��i flrlt ,������ch    fl,��.f
nun   linrlaf)  f.,a,  Irtalum
Point, rolllfudTOlMKplia mliKrl
oaie.  loin cntto  nrillk.    Rrtall I
���nrrwhora  i���r S-im.     AnMi
maM.   Wrlto for t^rmo.   Wnt.
���'��i "leit )0U furgot"   A.ldrw [
^Laughlin Mfg. Co.1
Najtttlo Bldg..
Detroit. Utah.
RAGS!   RAGS!
RAGS!
Something doing at the
ii PYTHIAN RINK, THURSDAY, JAN. 27,1910
Put onjyour glad rags for the
Poverty Skate
Prizes given for the worst characters.
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���
a
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
6talions will run every halt
hour from ">:B0 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   Cars   lean
office on the hour, twentji
utes   after,   and   forty
after, commencing at 6:21*
i��l
Sapperton Line: Cars';
at ten minute* after tie*
half past and fifty mlnutM
the hour, commencing st���
a. m.
Sunday service halM ,:r!
tween 8:30 a. m. and U P���"
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.
^������������������....4>4**9....S,S>4>4t.*)4y^e,4>4>*>4>*>4)^i
B. C. Mills, Timber anl
Trading Company
VANCOUVERJAND NEW WESTMINSTER
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
"^Manufacturers and Dealers m All Kma" ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash, Doo��|
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
[Pish and Fruit Boxet..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drai^
 m*wmm
Royal City Branch, fColumbia St
Telephone 12.
New Wei JESDAY,   JANUARY  26,  1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
|RTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
\(,. i, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Frae-
>]    Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
el-';il Claims, situated In the New
tminster    Mining    Division    of
Westminster   District,   where
,(1 Pitt Lake:
notice that we, Pitt Lake
ind Cement Company, Limited,
Miner's Certificate  No.  B30434,
60 days from the date hereof
lv to the Mining Recorder for
liiicale of Improvement for the
if obtaining a Crown  Grant
Jabove claims.
further take notice that action
|s,-i-tion 37 must be commenced
the  issuance  of  such   Certili-
liiiproveinents.
I   this 14th  day ol"  December,
909.
Lake brick and cement
I .'I'D., E. J. FADER, Agent.
fclner's Certificate No. B30435.
liiCE TO ARCHITECTS.
Mail Servic;
hour thereafter uulil 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local   Manager, New
Westminster.
Following are the nours or despatch
nd arrival ol mails at the New West
ninster post office, tfie hour given lu
each case  being the nour or ciosmg,
which is half an hour, as a rule, he- !
fore  the  actual  despatch.    AU mails, I .v.
unless otherwise stated, are despawui-J  .in.
d1 and received dally except Sunday. |Lv.  N. W.  11  a.m.-
Ihe   only   mails   dispatched   and   re-    .m.
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South iLv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.
ami C. P. R. east mails, not including | p.m.
he   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Fraser  Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m
Mills and Coquitlam.
HETTY TOO POOR
TO DINE ON BEET
NANAIMO   SOCIETY
GETS  PROVINCIAL GRANT
Nanaimo,  Jan.   26.���The local agri-
, cultural   society   is   in   receipt   of   a
[cheque  for  $20110  from the provincial
Great   Northern  Railway. ���_ government,   which   is a  donation   to
N.W. 8:50 a.m,   ar.  Seat,,, 3:35 :MrS. Green EatS Fish- Can't  HCX o? a'site' an/S^nstrue-
tion  of  exhibition   buildings.    The SO
IL    COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL���
lOMPETITIVE    DESIGNS.
Hoard of Managers for the
Columbian Hospital invites
���i-i to submit  competitive de-
a General Hospital, which ll
i-.i'd to    erect   at  Sapperton,
eslniinster,  li. C.
di signs shall  be superscribed:
Royal Columbian Hospital,
dressed to W. il. Keary, Sec-
Board of Managers, Royal Col-
llosjiital, New Westminster,
nd will be received up to noon
.day, 16th February, 1910,
h sign placed first by the ad-
>r will receive a premium of
he second a premium of ?300;
rd a premium of 1200.
Hoard    of   Managers     is  not
to erect the building from any
design^ submitted.
lions   governing     competition
obtained by bona fide competi-
on  application  to the under-
\V.   II.   KEARY.
|ecretary,   Board  of  Managers.
stmlnster,  B,  C, January 7,
LAND  ACT.
Westminster  Land  District,  DIs-
h'ct of New Westminster.
notice   that   William   Garland
trie, of    New  Westminster,  B.
(laption,    barrister  at   law,  in-
apply for permission to pur-
|he following described  lands:
mcing at a post  planted on
jre  of    Welcome  Pass at the
est corner of Lot 1478, group
Westminster   district,   thence
following    the    south  boun-
said Lot  1478, 40 chains more
to the  westerly  boundary of j
Limit     3K,783,     thence   south
,   said westerly boundary of
. i   Limit   38,783.  4n   chains
li ss to tho southwest  corner
r Limit, thence easterly
I-.        south boundary of said
LAi       '" chains more or less
' Halfmoon Hay, thence
erly     and     northerly
ri of Halfmoon Bay and
o point of commence-
lalning one hundred and six-
xes more or less.
FERDINAND  BAGGS.
ir William Garland McQuar-
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ciocu
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
3. C. Elvctric railway.
First C. P. E. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Ahboisiord and district, Clayhurn and district, Huntingdon and district, aud Matsqui ure despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blame and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz
eluiere, ou Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall',, Prairie, Ha-
y. ma re and Fernridge, which arrive on
he   Port Ouiclion   train ou  Tuesdays
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30  p.m.���Strawberry     Hill,  Tim-I
berland  and  South   Westminster,   by |
ourk-r (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnauy, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montiis ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Sieveston mall des-
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyire-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway, Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver at this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. poiniis east and south, via G. N. R
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fraser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond. Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all uoints vast
except Kootenays.
,m.
ar.   Seattle 3:55]
ar. Seattle 9:40 [
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55'
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
Afford Beefsteak at   Fifty cie,y has already secured a site, ha*
/i      ��� rp, : Ing   purchased   nine  lois in block Z.
L/entS a inrOW. [These lots are located ou Wentworth
and   Kennedy    street,  adjoining   the
r""*~ j property  owned  by   Mr. Day.    Steps
will be taken al once to have this
land cleared, and the executive hope
to have grounds and buildings ready
in time for the exhibition this coining
fall.
New  York,  Jan.    25.���Mrs.    Hetty
i Green, who has many millions of dol-
ar. N. W. 9:30jiars,   declared  today  that at present
prices meat is too dear for her, and
she cut it out of her noonday order.
Mrs. Green entered a modest uptown restaurant and scanned the bill-
of-fare. Steak was found at 5o cents
a portion and roast lamb aud roast
beef at  25  cents.
Mrs. Green took halibut, which was
15 cents a portion.
"Have you joined the boycott?"
asked tbe waiter.
"No," said Mrs. Green, dubiously;
"but   meat   is  too    high.    You don't
(THOUGHT   HIM  CRAZY,
BUT  NO  ,HE WAS WELSH
G. N. R.���Port Gulcnon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday  at  3:50  p.m.,  arrives  In  city   fct you'' ">"* wolth;   People reat
a.,,,._,,  ���     _ | ly cant  atiord to eat it.    There are
jollier things just as good aud cheap-
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon  at 1  p.m. ou
Tuesday,  6:30  a.m.  on    Friday,  and
6:30 a.m. Saturday
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves  Guichon  6  a.m.  each   week
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves   N.  W.   3:all   p.m.  dally  except   Sunday:   ar.  Guichon   at   7   P-m.
Ni
mber 23rd, 1909.
NOTICE.
E  M \ ITER  of  the    "Land
Office"
���AND���
E MATTER of tbe title    to
Biona I, 2 and 3 In Lot 21, Su-
Block 13.
i Salsbury,
siminster,  British  Columbia.
NOTICE,  thai   unless    you
bof to my satisfaction within
1(15)  days from  the  date    of
itlce  that  you  have  compiled
mis of the certain agree-
'   Bale  of  the  said   subdivis-
and 3 in Lot   21, Suburban
made between F. J. Hart &
ly  and   you   the   20th   day   of
1908, 1 shall proceed to can-
1  : i nation of the said agree-
)"d thai   henceforth  you shall
fed of all right, title or interest
ir In the said lands, and pub-
f lids notice In a daily news-
ftfteen days shall be good
Bfli lent  service hereof.
C. S. KEITH,
Pel Registrar of Titles at New
pnster, ll. c.
1910.
Mails   Received.
0:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
cluding all U. S. points, via G. -S. K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. c. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hi".
by courier  (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
S: 10 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
ludlng all II. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncluding U. S. A. matter, and also
Frasc>- Mills.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
:ouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily except Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver J
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m, daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on VVed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14tb
each month for Quatslno and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quaisino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
Winnipeg, Jan. 25.���The local Immigration department had their troubles yesterday, and today the laugh
is on them good and strong. During
the afternoon a hurry-up call was
sent to the police that an insane man
was raising a disturbance lu the hall
and they were unable to make out
what might be his specilic trouble.
Despite the great array of linguistic
talent and the many interpreters carried, the department was unable to
find out what country the man came
from or what he wanted. A couple
of constables were sent down and
the man brought to the police station.
There it was found that the man was
a Welshman, lie had not been raising any disturbance, but. was merely
Lexington, Ky.. Jan. 25.���Martin trying to explain his wants, with per-
O'Neill, widely known in turf circles haps a slight branching away on the
and one of tbe managers of James B. subject of Lloyd-George and the
Haggin's stock farm near here, died budget. Tbe length of some of the
today of blood poisoning, following words was taken as explaining some
the paring of a corn. j of his erratic gestures.
In response to a lighter demand, the
Arrives at Port i price ot l"-'1'1 iu U"' Brooklyn wholesale disirici declined 20 per cent, today and pork loins slumped sympathetically.
LOSES  LIFE  IN  RELIEVING
PAIN CAUSED BY A CORN
To Advertisers:
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leav.> Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
fAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Wetk Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5: B0, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m
Car�� leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 0.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver Tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vau
couver at 3:00 a.m., and every naif
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
there-after.
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday,
tVednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  Victoria.
30ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
"' palmists do not toll things to
11 Person, but   read    your life
i'
"' cradle to the grave just as
*'s in your hand.     All readings
"e satisfactory or no charges
" pane. Address 613 Colum-
roct, New Westminster, B. C.
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
If you specify our materials.
The quality of lime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, aud for that
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of Quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster's only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring
you new business.
Yes, that's it.
Advertise in The Daily News
GOLD DUST  will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
ESSKifiEH
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Advertise    in
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a gfreasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in j ust the right pro- \ v /'
portions to cleanse ,^^l////^
easily, vigorously, J^ n
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.  FAIRBANK  COMPANY
The      INeWS. j Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Balfour Foresees
Series of Fights
'Continued from Page One.)
I lngs as received  today show the foi-
, lowing resulls:
ENGLAND AND WALES.
Cambridgeshire,   Newmarket	
Verrall  (U)    4752
, Koss   (Li     4(j23
Unionist gain.
Cumberland,   Egremont���
Grant  (U)    4000
Fuliertou   (L)    ;;d4<j
Unionist gain.
Essex,   Epping���
j Lockwood   (TJ.)    0078
| Symuions   (I.)     ^45
Xo   change.
Hampshire,   Andover���
I Fa her   (TJ)    0127
Woodhouse  (L)    :i 7 23
Xo  change.
Herefordshire,   Ross���
Olive    (TJ)     rl0;3
Webb   (Li    4567
No change.
Lancashire   North,  Blackpool ���
Ashley   (TJ)     11,5(17
Hodglnson (Li   7114;;
No  change.
Lancashire   Southeast,   Gorton���
Hodge   (Lab)     7N08
While   (TJ)     7334
Xo   change.
Heywood  ���
Cawley   (L) 5809
Bailor   U">     I 4750
Xo change.
Lancashire   Southwest,  Southport���
White   (TJ)     7037
De  Forest   (L)    7218
Unionist gain.
Middlesex, Harrow���
Deeley  (U)    10,701
Harris (L)   13,575
Unionist gain.
Tottenham���
Alden   (L)    12.302
Sturdy   (TJ)    11,787
No  change.
Nottinghamshire,   Bassettlaw���
Wlllhims    (TJ)     5031j
Sir George  Newnes  (L)    5290
Unionist gain.
Somersetshire,   Wellington���
Sir Frederick Acklin-Hood (TJ) ..5210
lung   (L)    4150
No change.
Staffordshire,   Lichfield-
Warner   (L)     5220
Coates   (TJ)     4303
Xo change.
Surrey,   Reigate��� '
Rawson    (TJ)     8339
ilrodie    (L)     5715
Unionist gain.
Sussex,   Chichester���
Talbot   (TJ)     05S0
Keiss  (1.1    333S
No   change.
Cornwall,  St.  Austell���
lion. Thomas Agai  Robartes (L) 6225
Burnard (TJ)    3138
No change.
Lancashire  Southwest, Ince���
Walsh  (Lab)    772:'.
Lord   (TJ)    5(C9
Xo  change.
Derbyshire,    Ilkeston���
Poster  (L)    10,0:12
.Morrow   (U)    6432
Xo   change.
Essex,   Maldon���
Flannery t V)   5681
Bethel   (L)     -LS22
Unionist gain.
Glamorganshire   East���
Sir A. Thomas (L)    14,721
Caskell   (TJ)    5727
No change.
Oxfordshire,  Banbury���
Bnissey   (U)    3S31
Fiennes   (L)     3510
Unionist gain.
Shropshire,  Wellington���
Puny  tL)    1073
Wood   (TJ)    34S4
No change.
Worcestershire, Kings  Norton���
Austen Chamberlain (TJ)  12,044
Young   (L)     0955
No  change.
IRELAND.
Kerry   East���
S'dlivan   (Ind   N)     2043
Wujphy   (N)     2184
An Independent  Nationalist gain.
Londonderry   South-
Gordon   (U)    39S5
Keighley   (Li    3678
No change.
Cork,   Southeast���
Crenn  (Ind N)    2300
Bourke  (N)    1757
No  change.
Tyrone,   Mid���
Brunsklll   (U)     T 2475
Ballantyne (N)  ...".' 2070
Murnaghan (ind N)  1244
Unionist gain.
Cork, Mid���
Shehan   (Ind  N)    2824
Fallon   (N)    1999
No change.
London, Jan. 25.���Additional poll;
lngs to those which were announced
for today are as follows:
Normenton (Yorkshire); Sutherland (Scotland); West Limerick and
Waterford   (Ireland).
Tomorrow's pollings are as follows:
Cambridgeshire (Wisbech); Cheshire (Altrlugham); Cornwall (Camborne); Derbyshire (likes); Devonshire (Tavistock); Durham (Houghton Le Spring); Durham (North
Tees); Gloucestershire (Stroud);
Kent (Dariford); Lancashire Southwest (Leigh); Lincolnshire (Gainsborough);' Norfolk (Freebrldge);
Nottinghamshire (Rushcllffe); Som.-.
ersetshlre (Eastbourne); Staffordshire (Lichfield); Suffolk (Eye);
Surrey (Chertsey); Wilshlre (Devizes).
8COTLAND.
Aberdeenshire   East;    Argyleshire;
Caithnesshlre;      Clackmannan     and
Klnrossshlre;    Edinburghshire   (Midlothian);  Invernessshirc.
IRELAND.
Tyrone  North;   Westmeath North.
i X     PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY  iNLwa
JARY 26i
Hit
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gains
JtS
Beckon
You
The  Best   Possible
For the  LEAST
MONEY.
WE ARE GOING TO TAKE STOCK,
BUT BEFORE WE DO WE ARE
REDUCING STOCK, AND WHERE
CAN YOU DO BETTR THAN AT
ADAMS'?
WE HAVE MADE GREAT REDUCTIONS IN CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. THIS LINE IS NEARLY
ALL SOLD, AND THE REMAINDER
IS TO BE SACRIFICED. SO COME
AND PROFIT, BUY AND REJOICE,
AND YOU'LL ELECT US FOR BARGAINS.
REMEMBER THAT SMALL SAVINGS  MAKE  LARGE FORTUNES.
JOHNSON'S WOOD
DYE
is not a mere stain���'.' is a
deep-seateu dye, penetrating
the pores of the wood and
bringing out the beauty of its
grain. Any Inexperienced P01'-
son   can   applj   it.
We have just received another shipment and have all
shades in stock.
Anderson & Lusby I
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth  St.
R. T.    PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
Books Closed,  Audits    Made,    Statements and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
Room  9  Westminster    Trust    Block
Phone L57S, P. O. Box 795
City News
Westminster Modern
Business School
THE    SCHOOL    OF   HIGHER   COMMERCIAL   EDUCATION.
For expert methods, teaching force
and absolute thoroughness it is the
best. Pre-eminently superior to all
others.
Your success is assured if you leave
your training in our hands.
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Jlsland and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN-i
THE       DAILY NEWS
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
l
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
John Rushton. one of the injured
in the recent B. ('. E. R. accident,
was able to leave the Royal Columbian hospital on Sunday and return
to  Ids home ,1005 Queens avenue
Mr. A. Chappell has retired from
the active management of the Acme
Clothing Co., Ltd. He. however, still
retains an Interest in the business. **
Dun Stewart returned yesterday
from his old home in Nova Scotia,
where he spent the Christmas holidays.
A concert will be given in Princess
hall, Sapperton, tomorrow evening,
commencing at eight o'clock, by the
Knox Presbyterian church choir. 'I he
program will include vocal and instrumental solos, duets and choruses.
Walgam'utt's orchestra In attendance at The Royal Cafe.
A young man named Harris While
was brought here from Fernie yesterday to serve a sentence of two and
one-half years in the penitentiary for
theft.
For first-class cut nowers and any-
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-^
Greenhouse. R208
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Jackson died yesterday at the
age of two mouths. The funeral will
take place today from the residence
of Stanley Levar, to the Odd Fellows
cemetery.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny '&. Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
The alterations at the city hall are
progressing rapidly. The workmen
now have a door cut from the present
clerk's ollice through to the old board
of trade rooms, part of which has
been partitioned off for the mayor's
office.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, navies' Green-
, **
house.
The 13. C. B. R. was engaged yesterday in putting in an extension of
its Chilliwack line. The new ti ��� i
runs from Front street up Eigntb
street to connect with the company's
present line on Ctrfttmbiu street.
The Native Sons' dance on Monday
will not interfere with skating this
week.
D. M. Roland, editor of the Ash-
croft Journal, was in the city yesterday  on business.
The Commercial intelligence bureau, of London, England, has written
to the board of trade here asking for
particulars of any tenders that are
open for public or private work, or
of any business openings in the city
or district. Parties interested in thi;
securing of connections In England
[may obtain further information from
Secretary Wade, Of the board of
! trade.
Mr. Webster, Mechanical Expert, is
a busy man these days overhauling
and rejuvenating typewriters, clocks,
surveyors' instruments, dental and
surgical instruments and all kinds of
fine mechanism. No. lu Sixth street,
Dominion  Trust Block. ***
Over thirty communications were
received at Tuesday night's council
meeting, and some of tne aldermen
think tbat some of them could be attended to by the committees before
referring them to the council. Mayor
Lee said yesterday that the number
had not as yet become burdensome,
and if they did some other arrangement would have to be made. As is
the case with the letters received by
the board of trade, he thought that
they might be handed over to the
chairmen of the different committees
when they came in and not come before the council until they were ready-
to be reported on.
Secretary Wade, of the board of
trade, pursuant to the views expressed at the last meeting of that
body, has written to Thomas Gifford,
M. L. A., and to Frank McKenzie, M
L. A., concerning the lighting of the
New Westminster bridge. The city
clerk is also preparing a communication on the same subject, to be for
warded  to the same legislators.
DIED.
JACKSON���INFANT SON OF MR.
and Mrs. Chris. Jackson, aged two
months, from an attack of pneumonia and whooping cough on Tuesday, January 25. The funeral will
take place from the residence of
Mr. Stanley Levar, 423 Tenth street,
on Wednesday, January 2H, at 11
a. m. Interment at the Odd Fellows cemetery.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
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SURREY
!
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets $61,046,000
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manaoer.
40 Acres, in Section 35, on Yale Road,
$65 PER ACRE
One-third cash, balance over two years.
!!,-
WS      ROSE    Merchants'Bank Building   I!
7 <>
TELEPHONE 334.
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CLEARING
SALE
On the Last Lap
of Our January
Sale i
January 31 will mark  tht
close of our big Stock
Reducing Sale
We enter upon the last week with unabated
enthusiasm. As stock taking draws to a close odd
lines of every description are being turned out and
marked at exceptionally low prices. They all must
go this week.
Fine Net Waists
$3. 95  each
REGULAR $5.00 TO $6.50.
Twenty only Fancy Nei
Waists, in white, ecru, navy
and brown; also odd sizes
in waists of Russian Net.
Waists are trimmed with
Empire Lace, Ball Fringe
Guipure or Silk Embroidery;
made with All-Over Lace
yokes, long tucked Bleevea,
and lined throughout with
good quality China silk: all
new styles ln sizes 32 to
4:.'. Regular values $5.00 to
$6.50. On sale this /week
each, only
$3.95
Ladies' Fancy
Blouses, 95c eack
REGULAR  $1.25  AND $1.50
VALUES.
Three   dozen   only   Fancy
Flannelette and        Print
Wtiisis in attractive designs
and colors; well made,
strong and serviceable; all
sizes are in the lot, but not
in all styles. The lol to
clear this  week, each
95 cents
Pure Cotton Filled
Comforters, $1.95 eac\
REGULAR   $2.25 TO $2.75.
Nicely colored Sllkollne   Coverings,   with  fillings,
and light In weight; comforters such as these are supeili
ln every way to any other  bed   covering.    Sizes 60 by
and 12 by 72 inches.    On sale this week, each
$1.95 eack
Boys9 Sweaters and
Jerseys 75c. each
REGULAR   90c  AND $1.00.
Cardinal, navy and cardinal and grey, cardinal -^
navy, In sizes suitable for boys from four to twelve .veari
of age. They are here in button or closed front, heafi
weight, strong and durable. On sale, each
75 cents
Children9s Bearskin Coats,  $2.95 each
Children's Bearcloth Coats, In white and brown, extra fine Quality; some with wide turnover0*
lars, others with fancy braid ornaments in front; lined with white flannel. Regular values up to J1'-'9,
Sale price
$2.95 each
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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