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MOW WESTMINSTER, 11. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1010.
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UTILE IS
"COMING KEXF WEEK
pt Report of Occupation
���coyapa Was Prema-
and Erroneous.
ALEX. TUMI IS ]
NO LONGER A BENEDICT
Crowd   Attends   Wedding   of   Popular
Lacrosse Player and Miss
Louise   Sibley.
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Jet Ids.    Nicarauga,    Jan.    lu ���
spoils that General Mena had
Acoyapa unopposed are now
vto  be  erroneous.     They  grew
���he fact that an advance guard
Jiundred provisionals reconnol-
in that vicinity.    They did not
the   town.     The   recent   official
���fits based  on  messages from
to the effect that there were
Mttrgenls  in   the  state  of  Chon-
^Wltliin which Acoyapa is siluat-
Bar   to   ave   been   promulgated
.to deceive the enemy into be-
Bg that  the  provincials   were  in-
Big Battle Expected.
Th* Correspondents who left for the
���today   were   informed   that   the
battle would not take place
��� week or ten days.   The Cha-
pnessage  came as a surprise
who are thoroughly informed
th* situation.    There is no author-
lytlie statement that Chamorro
to march unopposed to Ma-
Found Good Cattle Country.
,T1��0 movement of troops, ciilmtnat-
' In their concentration by Acoyapa,
1 three  weeks  ago,  immediately
the  battle  of   Recero.     General
.With  one  thousand  men,  pro-
Bed up the llama river.    Generals
til and ('nireo struck into tho west
(Wg the   Mico   river,   while   General
hamorro mmoii up the Siqiau river.
���Ides    of    these    rivers    were
Jilted as the troops proceeded. Genii Chanioi.o emerged at tile town of
r.anga  while     Musis    and   Correo
lie their way  to La Libertad. This
Wouevre.    witli   that     of    General
Bna, accomplished the object of ns-
(brtainlng  that   the  country   afforded
tidreds of cattle.
fc��pOd Supplies for Bluefields.
al     Chamorro     recently   tele-
, that he needed no food sup-
jDtn  Bluefields,  as  ample sub-
was obtainable along the line
. Good roads led from La Li-
ml Lamanga to Acoyapa and
Managua.   They   travelled
a  grazing  country,   nfford-
dry season dry and hard
It Is three days march only
foyapa    to     Managua.   Know-
to the strength of the enemy
d there, or at least Is not ad-
��� those who know.
STEAMER FROM
LYTTON TO LILLOOET
A very pretty ana popmar >vedulnB
v. u.->     bOieUiUibcU      lu      E>L.      i.i.aii'tt a |
ciuucii yesterday evening, wnen tne
ttev. j. b. tienueisou uunea iu uitu-
liage Louise l. Sibiey, aaufeUter oi
Mr. and Airs. ii. Sibley, oi Fourteentn
Btreet, ana Alexander lurnbuii. The
Unue loolteo. cmuining iu u u autllul
cusiumo oi pearl grey ladles eloin
Willi   ClOaK  ailU   hat   to     inaich.     Her
ijiiuesmaid, Miss May Ricnards, wore
a ill ess ol blue ladles i_iu.ii with ii
grej picture hat. George ucflnle, an
oiu mend of the gloom ana His eoui-
panion in many lacrosse events .acted
as best man.
Before eight o'clock the church
was crowded with friends of both the
bride and groom, and the ushers, J.
J. Mahoney, Garvin Rae and A. Me-
Donald, had difficulty in finding seals
lor all the guests. The cnurch choir
was present and before the ceremony
as the bride and groom were standing
in front of the altar, "The Voice That
Breathed O'er   Eden"  was  rendered.
After the ceremony, while Mr, and
Mrs. Turnbull were signing the marriage register in the vestry, Miss Vass
gave a rendering of Mendelssohn's
Wedding March. As they left the
church the friends of the happy
couple tried to deluge them with rice,
but they quickly escaped in a cab.
Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull left last
night for Vancouver and Seattle,
win cy   will  spend  a couple    of
weel .. On their return they will reside on Twelfth street.
Immediately after the wedding the
groom was handed a telegram from
.1. 1'. Lally. the well known Cornwall
lacrosse supporter, wishing the bride
and groom all happiness and prosperity on behalf of the Olympic Mont-
realers.
King Menelik Is Dead
London, Jan. 12. ���King Menelik of Abyssinia died
today at the age of sixty-seven. His end had been
expected for some time.
Menelik was born in 1843, and was proclaimed
Emperor on March 12, 1839. He will be succeeded
on the throne by Prince Lidj Eyassu.
i
TIMBEli LIMIT AU.Tili
IS PROVED A
BOSTON WOMAN BUYS
THE ALASKA BUILDING
Contract Signed For Biggest Real Estate   Deal   Ever  Negotiated   in
Seattle���Price is $1,500,000.
Lauder Wants Big Guarantee.
Calgary, Jan. 12.���Billy Lauder, the
local boxer, who holds the Canadian
lightweight title, says he will go to
the coast and meet Rod Standen if
the promoters give him a guarantee
of $500.
���II  Interested     in   District     Believe
Route Can be  Made  Feasible
I With Little  Blasting.
W. H. Keary yesterday received a
Visit (rom his brother, H. J. Keary, of
Lillooet, and F. A. Brewer, a mining
engineer of Vancouver. Mr. Keary and
Mr. Brewer are making a trip to Victoria to see if they can induce the
government to put a steamer on the
from Lytton to Lillooet. They
|lieve that with a little blasting the
te could be made feasible and prof-
He. Of course the Dominion gov-
aent will have to decide the mat-
but they want the support of the
incial  government.
the visitors are very optimis-
iOhout   the   fulare   of   the   Lillooet
���try.    They claim that fruit ripens
He a month before it does in any
"jpurt  of  British  Columbia  now
HI cultivation.     What   they   want
gjl better transportation facilities.
Jilng to Mr. Brewer, the G. T. P.
Iconic through Lillooet, and if a
jer  service can  be arranged in
Meantime there will be"no limit to
development.
Brewer Is deeply interetsed In
In the Lillooet country and dls-
(somo rich gold quartz in support
assertions regarding the rich-
3f the mining properties In that
Only Six Men For Langford.
Pittsburg. Pa., Jan. 12.-���There are
only six men in te prize ring who
have any chance with Sam Langford.
according to tbe statement of Director
of Public Safety Morin today. Those
six men are Kaufman, Ketchel Papke
Jeffries Johnson, O'Brien. Director
Morin made the statement when he
refused to Issue a permit to a local
boxing club for a go between Langford and "Montana Jack" Sullivan.
Morin declared that Sullivan's chance
with the negro was too slim to allow
the holding of a bout in which tne
two men appeared as principals. He
told (he club's directors that they
would have to put Langford against
one of the six men whom he has
named.
Church and Politics.
London, Jan. 12.���A manifesto,
signed by eleven former moderators
of the Irish Presbyterian church, was
issued today at Belfast, appealing to
British electors not to elect any candidate who supports home rule for
Ireland.
Seattle,, Jan. 13.���Mrs. John Kvutis.
widow of a lioston capitalist, yesterday carried out her late husband's
plan for a (1,500,000 investment by
signing a contract to purchase the
Alaska building from the Scandinavian-American bank. The deed will
pass immediately, and $1,000,000 in
cash will be transferred to the banking corporation, the remainder of the
purchase price to be secured by a
mortgage. Il is understood that the
bank retains a lease for all of the
ground lloor space that it requires,
and in addition will act as Mrs. Lv-
ans' agent, ill handling the property,
which will net her about seven per
ei. nt annually.
Not only is the deal the largest
real estate transaction recorded in Seattle, but the investment from an
eastern viewpoint is one of the best
secured and best paying that has ever
been offered. For a permanent investment seven per cent interest on
$1,500,00 at the outset, with an as-
assurance that the returns will grow
Instead of diminishing, is regarded as j
an ideal  basis for an outlay.
From a banking standpoint the sale ;
Is declared by bankers to be a good j
one,   for   it    nets   the   Scandinavian- |
American bank more than $250,000 of
profit,   and   while   guaranteeing   the
bank a permanent home relieves th��
I financial   institution  from  the  neces-
i sity of tying up a large sum of money
| to  retain  its quarters,    lt   is  understood   in   financial   circles   that   the
bank will add $250,000 to its surplus,
milking the capital one of the largest
on the coast.
The history of the sale Is ? piece
of romance, not unmixed with tragedy. John Evans, the Bos.cn capitalist, Intended last summer to come to
Seattle, Investigate the Alaska building situation and see the exposition.
He had determined to buy the property if conditions were as h-5 had understood them and the property could
be had for $1,500,000.
Three days before Mr. Evans was
to have started for Seattle he was
thrown from his horse and killed.
Officers of the Scandinavian-American bank believed thav. the deal was
off as a result of this tragedy, but as
soon as Mrs. Evans could reach It
she reopened negotiations for the purchase of the building, acting upon
the knowledge that her husband had
wanted the property. H. C Ewlng.
a director in the bank and a member
of the real estate firm of Calhoun,
Denny & Ewlng, was sent east to
conclude negotiations, and yesterday
the contract of sale was signed.
MAN FilillTS WiTH
FIERCE WILDCAT
Mountaineer  Grapples   With   Enraged
Animal���Smothers the   Beast
With Sack.
Dayton, Jim. iu._Details of a battle between Orval Payne, a six-loot
mountaineer, living iu the nine mountains, twelve miles east of here, and
ii huge wildcat reached Dayton last
evening. Alter a desperate" struggle
victory was awarded the brave mountaineer, and yesterday he came to
Dayton to claim the bounty of $5.
From tip to ti]i the animal measured
over four feet and is one of the
largest killed in the locality for several years.
Payne was hunting with a neighbor lien Knight, Thursday evening.
Knight got ;i shot at the animal,
which was crouched on a rock above
tic- hunters. The bullet struck tho
rock and glanced upward, stunning
the big cat. Determined to catch the
animal dead or alive, Payne, who is
a powerfully built man. dashed up the
side of the mountain and reached for
Hie rat just as it was beginning to recover from the shock. Undaunted,
the man grappled with the ferocious
cat and struggled single-handed with
it. Knight wiis reticent to take a
hand, so fierce was the battle. Payne
was fortunately carrying a heavy
game-bag, an.d the animal became entangled in this. Payne finally smother, tl the least's head in the sack.
and with his supply of fresh air cut
off the animal weakened. Payne has
numerous scratches.
Continue Double  Umpire System.
Chicago. Jan. 12.���President P. B.
Jc.-i.on. of tbe American league, announced yesterday that the umpires
for the coming season would be 'he
same as last season. The double-
umpire system will lie continued in
all games.
PADEREWSKI    PRIZES
FOR   1909   AWARDED
Boston, Jan. 12.���The award of the
three 1909 Paderewski prizes for musical compositions was announced here
today by the judges, George W. Chad-
wlck, Horatio W. Parker and Frank
Han Der Stucken, as follows: First
prize, $1,000, to Paul Allen of Boston,
for a symphony in D major; second
prize. $500, to David Stanley Smith
of New Haven, Conn., for a cantata;
third prize, $500, to Rubin Golmark
of New York, for a quartette In A
major for piano and strings. The London, Jan. 12.���A big scheme of
judges found great difficulty making  unemployment Insurance will be the
CHASED HUNDRED MILES.
French   Half   Breeds   Acused   of   Selling Liquor Captured.
x Portage La Prairie, Jan. 12.���A.H.
Sioux and Jeff Sioux, French half
breeds of Griswold reserve, who are
accused of selling the liquor which
resulted in Charlie Hall's death, were
brought into the city this morning,
having been arrested at Clandeboye,
by Detective Guertin and Constable
Garrloch after a hundred-mile chase.
The men may be t led for manslaughter. The officers of the case had
their faces badly frozen while on the
trip.
Three Bidders Contest for Possession
of Timber Disposed of in New
Way for $24,000.
James C. Shields,, representing the
Independent Lumber company of Ete-
giua yesterday purchased a timber
limit at the .New Westminster government timber office tor the sum of
$24,000. Tlu.' sale was held by public
auction, th. first ot its Kind in New
Westminster. Tne sale stiiiten Bharp
at two o'clock, crown 'limber Agent
James Leaiay wielding tne mallet.
The upset price was $7,873, William
lloldon oi Vancouver, who is interested in a sawmill on tne Lillooet
river, at once started the bidding by
offering $7 more than the reserve bid.
Charles DamasKe, who operates a
mill across the river, raised him *5u
and iroui that time the price went up
rapidly in bias of $50 until it had
reached  $16,000.
James i . Shields, the successful
bidder, then supped into the fray and
bid Mr. Holden up t(J $24,000. There
was considerable excitement in the
auction room while Mr. Shields and
���Mr. Holden bid against each other.
The limit consists of slightly over
1400 acres on the Lillooet river near
the point where it empties into the
l'itt. The price obtained is something
like $1, per acre, which is the highest that was ever paid for a similar
limit in this vicinity.
The Independent Lumber company,
for whom Mi-. Shields purchased the
timber, is the largest holder of crown
timber lands in this district. He is Interested in Gray's mill at the mouth
of the Pitt and will be able to float
the logs from the reserve direct to the
mill.
A payment of $0,000 cash was required on the purchase, the balance
payable in three equal installments
at the end of three, six and nine
months with interest at five per cent.
The purchaser does not obtain a license to cut until he has paid the full
purchase price. Tito licensee must
I ay to the government royalties of
T." cents on every tousand feel of saw
logs. 25 cents per cord on shingle
bolts, 1 1-2 cents per tie on ties S feet
long. 1 3-4 cents on each tie 9 feet
long ami  five per cent,  on  the sales
(Continued  on  Page  Six).
PROPOSALS All! J
10 REV MION
Balfour Makes Sti l*g Plea
for House of Lords-Expects Victory in London.
London, Jan. 12.���The confidence it"
the Unionists seems to be incieat. ig.
ii is claimed that the tariff is mi k-
Ing great headway each day, and it is-
prophesied that the results In London will show a two to one majority
in favor oi the Conservatives. Tlic
display of election tokens in houses
of various metropolitan constituencies
certainly supports tills view.
���Mr. Balfour, addressing a crowded
meeting at Glasgow hist night, remarked on the omissions in Mr. As-
ti'iith's election address and complained that tin' premier deall chiefly
with tbe demerits of the second
chamber. Most of those in the hall,
he Bald, were desirous of seeing to
lords rendered more effective as a
second chamber, hut no tne desired
to see a constitution without, a second chamber.
To   say   that   the   second   chamber
(Continued on  Pago Two).
of
Convention Proposal Endorsed.
At yesterday evening's nieeiing
the Liberal association, a communication from A. B. Fraser, secretary of
the Victoria Liberal, association was
read and endorsed, the suggestion of
Mr. Fraser that a Liberal convention
be held at an early date meeting with
the approval of the meeting. Another
meeting of the local association will
be held during the second week in
February.
Political Meeting at Burnaby.
A meeting of the electors of Burnaby was held in the Agricultural hall,
Central   Park,     yesterday      evening,
when   Reeve   Byrne    addressed     the
electors at some length, asking them
to return him as reeve, relying upon
his past record    as    councillor    and
reeve  to   influence  them  when   they
came to mark their ballots on Saturday.  B.  G.  Walker, also a candidate
for reeve, admitted that the old council had done good work, but intimated
that  a  change was desirable. Included among the others who spoke at th��
meeting were Councillor Hill, Councillor Silver, George  Humble and Donald  Ross,  the latter a candidate for
school trustee.
MONTREAL  PAYMASTER  GONE
AND   SO   IS   $15,000
Montreal, Jan. 12.���Edward Long,
paymaster or Henry Morgan & company's factory. Beaver Hall Hill, has
quietly left Montreal for the United
States. Auditors are going over his
books to find an alleged deficit. It is
said that through a system of stuffed
payrolls Long has made away with
approximately  $15,000.
BUDGET ANB PENSIONS
CROWD OUT TARIFF REFORM
Card Party.
A pleasant, card party took place at
the residence of Michael Lavelle,
Sapperton, yesterday evening. D.
Walker and Mrs. Santson captured
first prizes In the whist drive.
Liberal Government Has Scheme
For Unemployment Insurance
Soars to Great Height.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 12.���Paul-
han was in the air 50 minutes, 46 seconds this afternoon. The aneroid on
his machine made his greatest height
4,(100 feet.
HAS  A  SURPLUS.
Keary  and    Mr.  Brewer
��g for Victoria today.
are
nevolent   Association   Meeting.
annual  meeting of the West-
?r   Benevolent   society   will   be
[In the city hall at 2:30 p.m. to-
[Officers will be elected for the
���nt year.
the  awards    owing  to  teh
number of manuscripts.
unusual
INHUMAN FATHER SENTENCED
TO LIFETIME OF REMORSE
Judge Tells Brute He Must be Haunt-
for Life by Cries of Murdered
Child.
work of the new Liberal government
it' returned to power. Winston Spencer Churchill  outlined the  scheme  in
more responsible for unemployment
than any single cause. He urged the
necessity of taking wheat from
wherever lt could be obtained. "Don't
let us," he said, "slam the door In the
a speech at Glasgow tonight when he   face of providence and say we won't
addressed two big meetings.
Details Worked Out.
Mr. Churchill announced that the
details of the scheme had already
been worked out by the board of
trade and said that If the people
granted the money the house of coin-
take lt.
Balfour on Home Rule.
A. J. Balfour, the opposition leader,
who spoke at York, owing to the fact
that the premier in his election address practically ignored the question
of home    rule,    said  lt    was a sub-
uions  would  pass  a compulsory  and ; ject requiring the  attention    of    all
contributory unemployment Insurance | students of politics. It was one of the
Newfoundland  Will   Have $250,000 to
the Good in June.
St. Johns, Nfd., Jan. 12.���With revised figures showing the total revenue for the half year ending December 31 to have increased $150,000
over the same period last year ,it Is
officially estimated that the close of
the fiscal year, June 30, will show a
surplus of  $250,000.
The close of the colonies account
last June sowed a deficit of $150,000
for the year. The great increase In
revenue is due chiefly to the exploitation of the interior lands and the extensive pulp manufacturing recently
begun.
Black   Country   Not  Concerned   With
Free Trade But Eager for Success of Annuity Scheme.
NEGRO SAYS CONFESSION
WAS FORCED FROM DIM
MORE ECONOMICAL
THAN   OIL   ON   ENGINES
Iw York,, Jai. 12.���Oil-burning lo-
ttlves are more or less of a fall-
jaccordlng to the New York Cen-
[rallroad, which, after a season's
has elected in favor of coal as
riost economical fuel,
fhe conditions In Mexico and the
lwest of this country are entirely
rent,"   explained   Howard  Inger-
assistant to the general manager
|ie Central lines, today.   "Our ex-
nents show that the oil will not
[properly In cold weather, Which
Belleville, Ind., Jan. 12.���A lifetime of remorse rather than death on
the gallows was the penalty imposed
on James Pullman, who confessed
that he had killed his six-months-old | state,
baby by crushing its head with his
heel.
"I will not sentence Pullman to the
gallows," said Judge Crow, of the circuit court, "but to the penitentiary
for life. It will punishment more terrible than death for him to be haunted day after day by the cries of his
murdered child."
Pullman killed the child last July
after he and the Infant's mother had
failed to find a home for It.
bill, which would deal with the affairs
of upwards of 2,250 adult workers,
skilled and unskilled alike.
The shipbuilding, engineering and
allied trades would first come under
consideration, while side by side with
the scheme facilities would be extended for voluntary insurance by the
Graves Succeeds Pinchot.
Washington,    Jan.     12.���President
Taft this afternoon decided to appoint
Henry S. Graves, head   of the   Yale
,....,   ,��� ,.���.���   ���,���,,.,.,   School of Forestry, as chief of the
Issltates changing back to coal for | forestry  bureau   to   succeed   Gifford
���winter months." Pinchot.
To Open Labor Exchanges.
The new plan would be carried on
In conjunction with 150 labor exchanges which were soon to be opened throughout the kingdom. These
exchanges, Mr. Churchill said, would
give labor a scientific market and the
advantages which modern civilization
had conferred on all the classes. The
insurance plan would improve the
standard of labor and would equally
benefit employer and employee.
Lloyd-George Refers to Scheme.
Chancellor Lloyd-George at Wolverhampton   evidently   referring   to   the
same scheme said he had $15,000,000 > scenes of considerable disorders. One
In the budget re unemployment, | at Brentwood tonight developed a
whereas his opponents were trying to riot In which many persons were in-
maintain a land system which   was Jured.
greatest problems ever put before the
country, yet lt wns brought forward
by the Liberals as an unconsidered
item and as an'unconsidered piece of
legislation. Referring to the tariff, Mr,
Balfour repeated that the Tory party
was pledged not to Increase the cost
of food to the poor. He thought a
small duty on wheat, with preference
to the colonies, would diminish the
cost of bread.
What  are   Balfour's  Views?
The prime minister at Salisbury tonight dealt with the humor of the
situation In which Mr. Balfour's own
election manifesto gave only a brief
paragraph to the subject of tariff reform and, he added, although the
country was within two days of the
elections, lt was left In darkness concerning Mr. Balfour's views on tariff
reform.
Many Injured in Pre-Electlon Riot
Election    meetings    are still    the
Declares  Chief  of  Police   Made   Him
Plead Guilty When  Innocent
by Means of Coercion.
Alexandria , Virginia, Jan. 12.���
Henry Smith, a negro, today declared
himself Innocent of participating in
the murder of Walter F. Schultz, the
Chicago artist, of which ho was recently convicted, and said that previous confessions made by him Implicating Cal'in Johnson, Richard Pines
and Eugene Dorsey, all negroes, in
connection with the crime were false
and made through coercion by Chief
of Police Good, whom he charges with
desiring to make a record for himself In ferreting out the criminals.
Smith says that when he was convicted he had asked the judge to sentence him at once, in order that innocent men might not be executed.
"I bad alw.ws Intended to deny my
confessions had I been acquitted," he
said. ,ftfl
Because of tie confession the governor has coiiuiiutted for the sentence
of death imposeu on Johnson, Pines,
Rugby, Jan. 12.���At Wolverhampton
the old age pensions and budget are
completely overshadowing tariff reform in the public mind. Even in the
division in which L. S. Amery was
only defeated by eight votes in the
last bye-election. Liberals laugh at
his chances of victory on Saturday.
They fear, however, that Col. Hickman may defeat Sir Henry Norman,
the late Liberal member for another
of the Wolverhampton seats. The
third seat will go against tariff reform unless the local strength of
Chamberlain carries Birmingham. In
his Wolverhampton meetings Cot.
Hickman, has not been able to keep
the workingmen of the midlands from
talking budget and pensions.
On the train to Wolverhampton a
typical workman said that while tariff
reform was the issue six years ago,
the Lords were the issue today, A
Church of England curate, strongly
Unionist, said that the whole "Black
Country" was going Liberal and that
even in Birmingham Mr. Chamberlain's Influence might not be sufficient to ensure victory for Lord Morpeth in the South Division. Lord Morpeth voted in the house against old
age pensions. There are no signs of
any uprising for tariff reform In this
district outside of the Birmingham
and Chamberlain zone. Other Issues
are crowding tariff reform to the
rear.
MONTREAL   DRUGGIST   18
FOUND DEAD N BATHTUB
Montreal, Jan. 12.���J. A. Nlcolle, a
well known druggist, was found dead
in a bathtub at his residence this
morning. He had been overtaken by
an epileptic fit.
Coming to British Columbia.
Winnipeg, Jan. 12.���Cameron Bart-
lett, manager of the Bank of Hamilton here, has resigned and, it is understood, will take up his residence in
British Columbia. Mr. Bartlett has
been connected with the Bank of
Hamilton in various positions for the
past 37 years.
Winnipeg    Factcy Gutted.
Winnipeg, Jan. 12.���The five-storey
factory of the Munro Steel  & Wire
works on Graham avenue was gutted
by a fire which broke out at five
and DoiBe/ tr permit further lnvesti-1 o'clock this afternoon. The loss is e*>
gation. Itimated at $60,000. y
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GOOD     DINING     ROOM
girl at once.   Apply Guichon Hotel.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SIX-ROOMED   FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. P. Daily News.
WANTCD���COMFORTABLE ROOM
by single gentleman in private
family. Box hH Daily News.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition.      Write Miss F. N., care
of Daily News.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
era and dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivoreti.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLIN'U, FISH, FRUIT,
(lame, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Gulchon block.     P. 0. Box 004.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters etc. Province ollice, Co
lumbia street.     Phone 62.
Proposals Almost
Akin to Revolution
RUSSIAN  SHERLOCK   HOLMES
ON MISSION TO AMERICA j
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���FIRST-CLASS PIANO
(Nordheimer); snap lor cash at 703
Agnes street. 298-10
FOR SALE���WHAT OFFERS? LOTS
15, 16, IT and 18, Lot l. Suburban
Block 12. This property Is one
block trom main Vancouver carline
and two minutes car ride from city
centre. Address I-'. L. Barrow, Ash-
croft, B. C.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 17(1, night call 81,
1ROCERY.
[���'OR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO
ceries, phone ;!St>. Tre Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Ilex 811,
FOR  SALE���FURNITURE    OK  SIX
roomed  house,  in    good  condition.
Also Nordheimer piano      In    firsl
class   condition.   Apply   To::     Agnes
street.
EIGHTEEN
HUNDRE
D
DOLLARS,
$50 cash,
secure
s   1
1-)
acres   ol
partly   cl'
sared
hind
in
Sappei ton,
Address,
Owner,
Boj
: 92
2, City.
LIVERY  8TABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR     HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Stables. 	
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKB MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw ami shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
FOR   RENT.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
TAILORS.
(iALVIN, LADIES' AM) MEN'S TAt
loring. A new line of fall suit,
ing just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Sniuii
block. Entrances 025 Columbia st.
and 204 Clarkson st.    Phone R508
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
tola street. fins class moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cal Inet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estl
mates furnished, j. Brookes, pro
prietor. Works; Corner eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251, Fliom
173, 	
ii. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction  guaranteed,
Columbia street. New Westminster.
LOST.
LOST���ON THE 10TH, A SMALL
Drown coin purse between Agnes
and Carnarvon streets, on Eighth
street. Finder please return to Pythian rink or Room 13 Pythian
building.
LOST���ON THE 10TH INST., A
small green enamel watch with
gent's leather guard attached. Reward if brought to K. Buckley, c:o
W. S. Collister & Co.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  & CO,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
200 Columbia street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. O.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
r
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus. Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing, Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block.
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiIlLS.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27. -
The regular mei ting ot this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Cartmr
von street, every Monday evening
tit 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secv.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month, visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hull, Odd
fellows' block. Clarkshn street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1.0.F
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at S o'clock, lu the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF KAULKS,
Aerie No. 20.���Mee's every Tuesday
evening nt 8 p.m. la the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. ,N. Aitciv
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Seem
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
101���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Sutherland.
(Continued from Page One.)
was not to have the vote meant that
there would be no second chamber al
all. No bouse of lords would ever
have ;i veto against the will of the
people���a veto against the commons
���as their whole purpose. He asked
the electors help the Unionist
party to resist what was little better
than revolution.
Arguing against an entirely elected
chamber, Mr, Balfour said there was
no reason for not making the best
use of the hereditary principle. We
couhf1 emphasize the value of the
principle In the case of the sovereign.
He pointed out that the only bond
which unites the democracies of the
empire is the king, who was elevated
above party and who belonged not
to Great Britain more than to Canada
or Australia or South Africa.
What, he asked, did Canada, Aus-
tralln or the great India care for As-
qulth or Balfour?   The idea of either
jas the centre toward which the empire  looks  was  ludicrous.     He   urged
'them, therefore, to retain  the  hereditary principle bo long as it could be
turned to some great  nubile and Imperial   account.     Did   they   think   the
i lords   would   have   been    performing
their   duty   as   a   second   chamber   if
they let go an opportunity of giving
the people a chance of rejecting the
novel   budget   proposals  and  tit the
same time prevent, them having what
Premier   Asiinitli   regarded   as   their
lust    chance   of   adopting   tariff    re-
| form?
j The appeal now being made to the
! country was not going to result in
another majority of 330, He, however, would hazard no prophecy more
d iring than that 330 would not be
the Radical majority in the next
house of commons.
I    Mr.  Churchill,  speaking  at   Derby,
said it. would not be well to give projection    a    chance.      The step once
! taken might prove to be Irrevocable.
I The  licensed  trade  was  an  Instance
of  the  power  that   might  be  wielded
by almost  every other great trade of
I the country under protection.    In the
' scramble around the tariff joint the
first cut  was very Important.    Upon
| a   scheme of st?,te insurance  against
; unemployment he had kept his staff.
It    would   be   r^.'idy   as   soon   as   the
��� country authorized them  to levy the
[necessary funds, he concluded.
New York, Jan. 12.���Vladlmor
Boutrseff, the "Sherlock Holmes of
the Russian revolution,'" who attracted attention by the exposure of
the double life of Eugene Azeff, agent
Of the secret police and at the same
time revolutionary leader, is expected to reach New York today on
the Adriatic. The entire New York
colony of 10,000 Russian revolutionists awaits his coming with great interest.
Bourtseff has purposely withheld information regarding bis expected
visit to tills country, it Is learned.
While he has been hi correspondence
with some of the trusted leaders
among the revolutionist colony In this
city :is to his movements in this country, not :i word aboul It got out until
yesterday.
Bourtseff, admitted to be one of the
foremost Investigators ami detectives
living,  is  coming  to  ferrei  out   the
Russian spies deep in the counsels of
the revolutionary movemenl In America. Nearly a dozen such men are
al present said to be under suspicion.
AT THE KOTEli
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H.
N.
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T.
O.
A.
11.
J.
Russell,
D. Wiliams, Vancou,
Welch, VaiicouuT
Opperhaus, Vancouver
k. Wolfenden, Victoria
H. Morrison, Vu. L
W. Cray, I'm i!lU|.    "*���
'J- Campbell, v ,
L. 1 rquhard, V now ���'
ll. Swatter, v ,,,u,.,. ���
Davidson, Vat     lver '
Windsor,
Joe Patterson, Lai   !
M.   Kitzel,   Blaine.
Ceo. W. London. \y,   ,1;;i|]1],
John   Savage,   Westl
J.  Martinet, Pori Gu
Mario Bascowaritz, Por\ guu
.1. N. Irvine, Toronto.
Otto Olson. Prlnci   i; ,��� ��� ���
Spanish   Minister Transfer^
Madrid, Jan.  12,
Villalobar, Spanish mil . -, - ���
Ington, has been tarn '
hon.
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rthern   Crown
ALONE    IN    HAVING   A   WESTERN    HEAD     OFFICE
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
HEAD   OFFICE.   WINNIPEG
T Western Canada  is a great country with a  great future ahead.
4> it  grows  in  wealth  and  population its financial Institutions will *
��� tiply. But it will ever remain true   that   among   Western    nstltutii
+ the   Northern   Crown   Bank   is  the  pioneer Bank���the first and;
��� Bank with  Head  Office in the  West.
X Idle funds should be deposited   in  our   Savings   Department.
J Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W estminster.
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?��i!J!i?Ui��^i5^5lJ^ ��.  G-  F���ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
11.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sanitas;
1    house   painting,   kalsomlning,  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 705.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster  Trust   Block.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 125 Clark-
eon street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY SWEEPING AND GUT-1
ter cleaning.     I). McElroy, Tel 100
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS, SKIRTS,
aud Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-0
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, \V. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall
Columbia strpet, every Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will lie made welcome. G. E, Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
Strike Threatens Paris.
Paris, Jan. 12.���Another electrician
strike is threatened in consequence
of the dismissal of "King" Pataud,
secretary of the Electricians' union.
The electricians, at a meeting last
night, demanded Pataud's reinstatement.
Free     Free    Free
Free consultation and advice, Friday January 14th, tn
to 6 p.m., by
PROFESSOR   SHEPPARDI
the  World's  Famous  Hair and  Scalp Specialist   at   F. J   McKE\|
ZIE'S   DRUG  STORE.
Prof. Slieppard's  Hair Grower, a bottle	
Prof. Bheppard'a Skin Food, ajar	
guarantee with each stile.
Advertising sale everv day this   month   only,
HEAD OFFICE 3-4-5 33 HASTINGS   ST.,      EAST,     VANCOUVER
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street^
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  HARRIS
t.-rs and solicitors, Westminster i
Trust Block, Columbia street, New j
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H. j
L. Edmonds,
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for ?L Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealhr, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster.
(Phone 113. Vancouver offices.
Room3 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.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
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 railway: ���
(1) From a point on the Western
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway between tho east limit of
of Range 12 and the West limit of
Range 17, west of the third meridian
thence in a southwesterly and westerly direction to a point in the vicinity of Calgary, or to a point on the
line which the Company is authorized under paragraph 14 of clause 11
of said chapter 99 to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a point 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.
(3) From a point on the proposed
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 in the vicinity thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway between Artland and Waln-
wright, thence In an easterly and
southeasterly direction to a point on
the line which the company is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause 11 of
said chapter 99, to be constructed to
Battleford.
(5) From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence in a south-
wesertly and westerly direction to
Lethbrldge or to a point in the vicin
ity of Lethbridge on the line which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
of clause 11 of said chapter 99, authorized to construct from Calgary to
the southern boundary of the province of Alberta at or near Coutts.
(6) From a point on the main line
of the Western Division between
Moose Lake and Tete Jaiine 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 authorizing an issue of bonds to the extent
of $30���000 a mile of the said lines of
railway, numbered (1) to (5) inclus-
l ive and comprising the said lines
within what are defined by the said
Act as the "Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberta Extensions"; authorizing
an issue of bonds to the extent of
$50,000 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 11 of clause 11 of the
said Act, as regards the southern terminus of the line thereby authorized,
to be constructed from Regina to the
international boundary at or near
North Portal.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. H. BIGGAR,
Solicitor for Applicants.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
['
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tima Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
I have a client who
has money to invest
in City Lots and Residence Property if
the prices and terms
The condition of the old bridge ����
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
tills notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DTJNOAN,
City Cleric.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
are] right.
W. J. Kerr
Pres. W. J. Kerr, Limited
614 Columbia Street
V
mmwmz&mimwtm	 THURSDAY, JANUARY  13,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To tho Housewife the Klectrlc Sad Iron Is the greatest boon possible. No device bus s,i lessene,| ihe household labor. The Klectrlc
gad Iron is i-.o simple Hint a child can operate if. and it can be used
in any pan of ihe lions,, where there Is an electric light. Iron always hoi; no useless walking or wailing; Ironing done in half the
time. We oan>  i'.il'1'.-i. m   inal.es and  styles.  Call   In  and  let  Us Show
them iu > ou.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
AT
'S
is an event of a lifetime, and the general verdict of all who have done so
Is that they want to repeat the experience as often as possible, for our
food is always of the highest quality,
clean, wdiolesome and satisfying, and
served in the best style, quickly and
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
���*���*��������������������<
-1 Electric Railway Service
������*���������
Interurban  Line.
EH
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i
Cart   tor  Vancouver   and    way
�� ���      itations   will   run   every   half
t>    liour   from   a'.aO   a. iii.    Last
'^B-   1 **r h'aves at II P- m-
;��       Last car leaves Vancouver at
S       11:30 p.m.
VRD
McKEN
...$':
.V.
^K        Cars   l-ave   the   depot   every
SU'-' -twenty   minutes   for lioth  Sap-
perton ami city limits over the
jH    city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
ii ������ after, aud forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6; 30 i
a. m. ���
BOWSER TO HAVE
TWO PORTFOLIOS
Attorney-General Will Act
as Finance Minister During Coming Session.
THOUSANDS HAVE GONE TO
FOREIGN MISSION FIELDS
:
Sunday service half-hourly be- ���
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.      ���
COUVE!'
���itish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
�����������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��
Victoria, Jan. 12.���The provincial
executive was in session yesterday
trom 11 o'clock until considerably
after 6, the entire day���but for a fifteen-minute Interval���being taken up
in details of the railway contract to
form the basis of legislation to b<
brought before the legislature at Its
assembling tomorrow week.
it. is understood that the absorption
of the Victoria and Barkley Sound
Railway company's charter and interests is being considered in connection with the general railway proposition. The one break in the railway
business of yesterday, referred to,
was when Mr. Logan headed a deputation heard in behalf of the application of the Alpine Club of Canada for
a   grant  of  $H    from   the province,
the active campaign of this organization In bringing many wealthy
mountain-climbers to the Canadian
Alps being urged as entitling the organization to a measure of provincial
support. To what extent, such assistance shall be extended will be considered by the government later.
The revised ministry and membership list for the approaching session
has now been printed, and confirms
the general expectation that no steps
are to be taken for the present
toward the appointment of an additional minister to relieve Hon. Mr.
Bowser of one of his portfolios, either
that of finance or the attorney-generalship, for the present al least, nor
is it. probable that the premier will
until after the session announce his
intentions as to whether he will sit
for Victoria city or Yale, no interest,
of either city being Jeopardized by
allowing matters to remain temporarily as they are.
Hon. Mr. Kberts Is agreed upon as
sneaker of the new legislature, as he
was of the last.
Since 1886 4,346 Volunteers Have Enlisted for Church Work Among
Heathen.
Harvard Wins from Columbia.
Cambridge,   Mass..   Jan.     12.���The
Harvard   hockey   team   defeated   the
Columbia at the Stadium this afternoon by the score ol six to nothing.
New York, Jan. 12.���Every week
seems iii bring out something new
and Interesting in the way of report
from the mission field or from those
at. home who are helping to look after
and support the work. The close of
the year marked the session of the
quadrennial convention of the student
volunteer movement for foreign mission:, at Rochester, .V Y. This movement began in ISM',, and tho result
seems to have justified the most sanguine ho] i s of the little Dand that
called ii into being.
Tbe primary function of the movement is that of a recruiting agency,
seeking to enroll a sufficient number
of well-qualified volunteers to meet
i a< requirements of the mission board
of North America, Without any
elaborate statement as to the success
of the enterprise, the following sta-
| tistics were submitted in the report
' read at Rochester, it was stated that
the number of volunteers who had
actually  sailed  was as  follows:
in 1902 at the Toronto convention
it was reported thai Tso volunteers
had sailed during the preceding four
years. In the luadrennlum following
lOiio volunteers sailed, as was reported at the national convention In
1'906. In the four years which have
since elapsed 1283 volunteers have
sailed, the entlro number reaching
the magnificent total since the beginning of the movement in 1SS1G of
4346.
In regard to finances, the yearly
contributions are now $127,000, an increase of $47,000 since four years ago.
There are at present 2034 mission
study daises In the higher education.!! Institutions in this country nad
Canada, with a membership of 25.20?
enrolled students, widen almost doubles the figures which were reported
in 1905.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
nd arrival of mails at the New West-
niiisier P��st office, the hour given iu
each case being the hour of closing.
which is half an hour, as -a rule, before the actual despatch. AH mails,
unless otherwise stated, ar,? despatched and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and ''<���
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. 1J. 11- east mails, not including
he way mails. Sapperton, fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
, tsterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
LOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .*6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL *5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR K50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
-IcQuarrie&Co.
IfFONT 8TREET. New Westminster,
Telephone SSS.
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PHONE
:
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the ���
moat widely-read paper in^New Westminster. Phone ���
A-22        I
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iFor information as to contracts, consult the adver- ���
| tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your J
place of business. 1
0:00 a.m. (closed at ele\eu oclocK
the previous night)���Vancou,er via
G. N. R. Owl.
S a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria Via
J. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. 11. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Abhoieiord and district, Clayburn and district, Hunt ng-
don and district, and Matsqui are 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-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Clovvrdalc, except  Hall's Prairie,  lla-
gelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
ThursdayB  and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail
way.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry    Hill.  Tim-
ferland   and   South   Westminster,   by
ourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnauy, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, (by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
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Colgate's Rapid Shave Powder
AT
\yall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
Mails Despatched.
Z:J0 except Saturday) ��� Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
."J. C- Bruce." (Stevestoti mail despatched and received via Vancouver.)
j 2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nicomekl, and
'Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyire-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
jcord, 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 I).
[8. points east and snuth, via G. N. H
' "Fiver."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra
'ser Mills. This mall takes the following local nines: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
I.ytton. Lillooet. Spenoes' Bridge. Nicola and district, and all noints vast
except Kootenays.
Sapperton,  Fraser Mills  and  Coquitlam,
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Paris
aud Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine aad    Seattle, in
hiding ah IT. S. points.
9:40   p.m.��� Second   Mail   east,   and
losed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncludlng   U.   S.   A.   matter,   and   also
Fmso,- Mills.
SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the railway belt in British Coluni
Lia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head or ;i family
or any male over IS years of age, 10
the extent ol oire-quaitei- section ol
160 acres,  more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud olllcc for the district
In which tiie land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, bo made on
Certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of au intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the totiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon aud cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upou a farm in the vicinity of
the laud entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied tiy
such person residing with the tather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has Ills permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by hltn in the vicinity of his Homestead, the requirements a* to residence
may !)������ satisfied by 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 bo
leased for a period of twenty-one
years At an annual rental of $1 p��r
acre. Not more than 2500 acres
Fhall bo leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
YV. V\\ CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication pt
this advertisement will not be pai i
for.
AUCTION SALE
We have been Instructed by Mr.
Thomas Love to sell by Public Auction on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19
at 2:3b p.m., his house full of first-
class furniture, sideboards, extension
table, drophead Singer Sewing mar
chine, lounge. China tea service,
Fairbanks new weighing machine
(weighs up to 200 lbs.); double barrelled hamnierless gun, garden implements, etc. Can be seen at residence
behind Fletcher's ranch, Sapperton,
any time.
Terms cash.
COOK &  ROSS, Auctioneers.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via U. N. K-
"Owl."
8 20 a.m��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 t010:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C Bruce. (Steves-
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
STATIONERY
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The Leading Wardrobe Clothier
Can supply you with just
what you  want to   keep
you warm.
Flannel Skirts       Lined Gloves
New consignment of Sweater Coats
(A look at them makes you  feel comfortable.)
PHILLIPS
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
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^ice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
pal Meat Market
��er Eights St. ana   Flttn Anna*
PHONE S70.
XMOWELL A OOOY. ProariMor*.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
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Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if you specify our materials.
The quality of iime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and for that
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
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TO BURNABY ELECTORS
Your vote and influence is requested for the re-election of
COUNCILLOR
L CLAUDE HILL
FOR WARD FIVE
Vote    (or    tbe    early    completion   of works   already   undertaken.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JAN
uary
I
TK
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally -News Puulisu-
Ing Company, Limited, at their oliices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
)RE UNEMPLOYED IN
PROTECTED COUNTRIES
WINTER    CARNIVAL
Winnipeg   Proposes   Having    Big   Attraction Next Winter.
12.���A   proposition
a big winter carni-
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"HURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1910.
Asquith Argues That Free
Trade Has Increased Eng-1 dona��� towards it
land's Productive Capacity
Winnipeg, Jan.
is on foot to hold
val here next winter, in connection
witli the annual curling bonapiel. A.
A. Gilroy, manager for the T. Eaton
company, is enthusiastic over the project, and has contributed five hundred
TARIFF    TROUBLES.
Tariff would seem to be a word of
great Import anil meaning to half the
world just now. Questions of commercial protection are exercising the
minds of the people on botli sides of j ment they consented
ihe  Atlantic.  On  one  hand we  have
cousins across the border eonsid
sn
oring their position under the Payne
tariff, whilst the United States government is engaged in a lively diplomatic contest with Germany over the
tariff rates of the latter country which
will come into force on February 7.
On the other hand we have the British people occupied in considering
whether they shall return to power
within the next few days (lie Unionists, who are pledged to a policy of
protection, or the Radicals and Socialists pledged to free trade. Canadians stand in the position of lookers-
on. Yet they are by no means disinterested spectators, for their interests
are deeply concerned ill all these
various tariff questions and disputes.
Prices of commodities in Canada
are to no small extent influenced by
those which prevail south o fthe inter-
national boundary, and as the Payne
tariff, now in force there, has advanced the juices of many articles of coin-
men use, such as clothing, manufactured leather, etc., to the consumer,
it is likely that we shall have to pay
more for these things in the near future. But there is a growing feeling
in the United States that the new
tariff is inimical to the Interests of
the people, inasmuch as it is almost
entirely in the interests of the producer. As the outcome of steps initiated by the Labor party investigation
is now proceeding into the causes of
the higher tost of living and with the
object of lessening the power of certain corporations which hold com-!
nianil over some of the avenues of
trade
London, Jan. 12.���At Ipswich last
night Premier Asquith replied to Mr.
Balfour's Aberdeen speech. He said
the Liberals were not flying against
the example of other nations, but
were taking warning by their sad
experience, Taxes, once imposed,
would continuously rise, and the mo-
lo a specific
tariff they would introduce a demoralizing Influence on localities and industries.
Steerage Rates Advance.
Liverpool, Jan. 12.���Several of the
Atlantic steamship companies today
issued notices of an advance of five
shillings on third class fares to Canada and the United States. It Is believed that this advance Is connected
wit a readjustment of pooling arrangements witli continental  linos.
Socialism  and   Germany.
"In respect to socialism, let them
look at. Germany. Where would they
liud socialism in its fullest sense so
Qrmly entrenched ami so well
equipped.
Mr. Asquith deliberately gave it as
his opinion that unemployment was
iire;iter in protected countries than
in Great Britain. "Here," he Bald,
i here had been a highly gratifying
decrease in unemployment. In London there had been a decrease of
eighl thousand in the year."
Free Trade Helped.
lie accepted .Mr. Balfour's challenge and argued thai free trade had
increased England's productive capacity beyond all record, lie said there
had been a vastly larger amount available for investment, and said it was
foolish lo suppose thai capital bad
been sent, abroad and diverted from
Industries at home. There had been
a vastly larger amount of capital in
this  country   last  year.
Who Wants Canada's Trade?
Bonar Law, at Dulwich, expounded
preference. He declares that bread
would never be greatly increased in
price through tariff reform, because
the political power was in the hands
(Continued  on  Page   Six).
Westminster Press to Resume  Publication.
Within a sort time the Westminster
Press, a weekly which was issued
here for a few weeks about, two years
ago. will again lie published, but under different editorial management.
The paper will pay considerable Interest to real estate news and will lie
illustrated witli cuts of factories and
other buildings.
NOTICE.
j.\ ���;,'. CZXtt*��3SM��mV^9X$��^*3^:\ ;-*
Tenders called for B, C. Quarantine supplies receivable up to January
15, L910, will lie received up to midday. January 31, 1910. Newspapers
copying this advertisement without
authority from the department will
not he paid.
A. I). JARVIS,
Ass't  Deputy .Minister and Secretary
of Agriculture.
Oitawa. January  11. 1910.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
Fancy note paper, We have a
few boxes Left over from Xmas
which we are going to clear at 26c,
60c, $1.00 and $1.50 per box. This
is a great chance to get a snap.
The  Fair
G4b' Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell (or the same
January  Clearing
Sale
Great   Reducti
Everything in the store Is of excellent quality
gain  ai   the  Bale  prices.
Supply  your  needs here and now. A nice dresser wit
of hard maple wood in surface quartered oak finish, contulnini
large drawers in case, the mirror Is a  British bevel plate,
size;   regular   $15   value;   January  sale	
We advertise what we sell ami sell what we advertise,
Furniture
Phone
7::.
MANUFACTURE   ROSE   DIAMONDS
Interesting   Discovery   With
cf Precious Stones.
Coloring
Paris, Jau. 12.���A most curious and
interesting   discovery   in   relation   to
the   coloring   of   diamonds   has   been
Isuccessfully  submitted  to  tie.'  Acad-
How far this agitation will sue-  emy of Science by the savant, Mon-
eeod in securing any relief for Hie
general public remains to be seen. It
will perhaps be well not to expect
very much from it.
The difficulty that has arisen between the American and German governments is of some seriousness. The
preferential rates which have hitherto obtained between these two countries under the Dlngley Act are about
to lapse, and American exports to
Gi rmany will henceforth have to pay
heavy duties, which in regard to some
articles will be virtually prohibitive.
Wheat, cattle, lumber and fruit have
been shipped to Baltic ports in large
quantities, the total of all products
carried t hit her in 190X amounting to
three million do!';>rs. if the Germans
persist in Imposing the full tariff
then a very large proportion of this
trade will be lost
Hut, somewat strangely, German
exports to America will have to pay
the maximum taiiff rates under the
Payne-Aldricli Act, alter April 7. German goods to tin value of one hundred and sixty millions of dollars
were exported lo America in 11*08 under tiie old reciprocity arrangement,
but henceforth -ill such exports will
have to pay twen > five per cent, increased duty So far Secretary of
State Knox and the German Ambassador have not been able to reach any
mutual arrangement upon the tariff
questions, and it Is said there is little
hope ol their being able to do so. If
they do not quite a serious commercial rupture must necessarily ensue.
The latest reports from Great Britain indicate that there is a chance of
tiie Tariff-reform party securing victory at the polls but, of course, all
such forecasts are more or less unreliable. The first batch of elections,
Which take place in die Metropolis on
Saturday, will, however, prove a fairly trustworthy guide to the situation.
It. is evident that tariff reform has
become the foremost Issue in the election. All other questions have sunk
into the background.
sieur Sarcodolo. lie lias proved that
a diamond exposed to the action of
cathode rays lakes on a beautiful
and delicate rose tint.
Should one continue to expose the
diamond to these rays, especially lo
those exposed from the negative pole
of iue galvanic battery, the color of
ihe gem goes on purifying until i' becomes as delicate and fresh as a
dairymaid's cheek, siill further exposure io ib,' rays gives it the color
of red  Madeira  wine.
Academicians declare the proci is
actually increases the value of the
diamond three-fold. Furthermore, it I
has been demonstrated that the tints
thus obtained can not be removed
short of three hundred degrees of ;
brat.
Injunction Not Granted.
Port Arthur, Jau. 12.Arguments for
and against were heard today in the
case ot the applications of the Ontari >
and Michigan Power company for an
injunction against the city of Port
Arthur to prevent the city making a
contract with the Hydro-Electric company. At the conclusion of the arguments Judge McKay refused to grant
an injunction. The company has given
notice of appeal.
PATROLMAN    KILLED
Negro   Who   Shot   Police   Officers  In
Danger of being Lynched.
Leavenworth, Kansas, Jan. 12.���Patrolman Devinnish was shot and killed and another officer named
Sweeney was wounded by -a negro
whom they attempted to arrest In a
restaurant here this afternoon. The
negro was placed in jail. Soldiers
from Fort Leavenworth and the coal
miners here are Incensed over the
shooting and threats to lynch tho
negro have been made.
Contrary to the usual conditions,
business in real estate continues
brisk. Not only in the city but in the
surrounding districts many sales are
being carried through daily. No slight
amount of interest is being displayed
In waterfront properties just at this
moment, the various railway projects
and other schemes having directed
special attention to this form of investment. Prices are continuously rising and properties in this position are
changing hands with remarkable frequency.     ^________
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Flantoi
.toilet  soap, if  you mention  this  paper. (
Matsqui Nominations.
Nominations for the municipal election in Matsqui are: For reeve, W.
Merrifield (present office holder), W.
Towlan. For councillors, ward 1, E.
Lui^derburg I (acclamation), ward 2,
Councillor A. Glllls, George Satchel;
ward 3, Councillor A. Cruickshank,
W. Prefontaine; ward 4, Councillor
J. T. Aish (acclamation). For school
trustees, Reeve W. Merrifield, II. R.
Phillips, P. Conroy, P. Ross; three to
be elected.
GO   YEARS'
,'V EXPERIENCE
Tra��e Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anrono BWidtnf a nketch nnd d��Mrintlt>n m��y
Ittleklf Miwrtiiln our opinion free wheikor an
Invention lr> jirnh��b!v ri��<->(A&l��- ^ommnnlwv.
tin iBntrletlreiinOdGirfU. HMBMOK ������I'mciiU)
aent free. Oldest narmaj fur MoufQurJMHfeti.
l'nionts taken thrminh Munn h Co. tecolre
tp"''il. noligt, without, churn ci, in tho
Scientific nmkax
A handsomely ill-., strnti .1 weekly. Lurwest clr-
cnlatlou of any lolentlno journal, Terms for
CaiMdn, #1.76 n year, postage prepaid. Sold by
wllutmadealers.
Btaoob Offloo. eUVtiU Waiblttittou. U. 0.
The Talk of the Town
-rnponuml
Les's Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINST1
And why?   No   need to ask why, if you just look around the StoiB
you will see the reason in Red Figures.   It is the genuine reductions th_|
make the Sale so popular.    When SMITH advertises a sale you km
there is something doing, but when he says a RETIRING SALE you can
not afford to miss it,   Bargains all the time, not on one or two articles!
clean up the stock, but on almost everything. Don't waste time. Come noi
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Double Width
Dress Goods, 10c yd
You will have to gel here early or
this hit will be cleared out. Five pieces of two tone striped mohair, in
green, Kiev and fawn colorings, 36
inches wide, well worth 45c per
yard;  while it  hists, per yard  10c
Dont You Need
An Umbrella?
If not now, you will some day, come
and get one while the prices are low.
We have a lot to clear during this
sale. Here's your opportunity:
Six dozen gent's umbrellas, .tout
frames, to clear 85c
Four dozen ladies' umbrella:;, cotton and gloria covers; regular 51.25
for $1.00
Forty-three only ladies' umbrellas,
silk gloria covers; regular $2.no for
 $1.35
Every umbrella reduced during this
great sale.
Cravenette and
\Vaterproof Coats
For $9.50.
The balance of our stock of raincoats, not an extra large one we admit, but a showing that gives you a
nice variety to choose from. Cravenette and rubberised coats, numerous
colorings and styles; regular values
to $18.50 for *9-50
$10 to   .$15   Under-
skirts Down  to $5.
Silk underskirts In an excellent
range of pretty shadings, suitable for
evening wear, etc., to be cleared in
many cases al one-third regular price.
Make a special effort and get here
early; regular $lu to $15 values for
 $5.00
Further Reduced
to 2.50.
The remaining few of children's
coats we offered last week further reduced to clear them right out. Buy
one for your little girl now. If her
size is here���and there is almost all
sizes among them���you will get a
big snap. Sizes up to 12 years; extra
special   $2-50
Buy Furs Now
Fashion in its furs changes very
little, chances are there will be
slight difference, ,lf any, between the
styles of this year and the styles of
next. The prices on these articles
will make you feel like buying two or
three. That is about the rate of saving we will give you. Call and see
if we can do It.
60 inch Cravenette
Cloth 1.25 per yd.
In guy. fawn, green and Davj
black, an excellent  mat' rial for the
popular cape, so much worn at    th
present   time;     regular    $1.7,";   valui l
for, per yard $1.2
Trimmings and
Bindings lc. per yd.
of       narrow
various  colors,
fain
Throwouts
trimming, In various colors, \< i\. ���
and brush braid skirt binding, etc.,
numerous shadings, to clear, per yard
 ONE CENT
������������������������������<
Directoire Satins
at 39c.
If you really love a bargain, you
still h;ve a chance with this offer.
Some Bliadea are sold but selection Is
still a large one. Black, navy, pale
blue, hello, mauve, grey, taupe and
electric, are still In the showing, but
in limited quantities; regular 75c for,
per yard 39c
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T. H. SMITH
HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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I   GORDON'S
I^Dry^Goods House
January Sale of Ladies'
^Separate  Coats  and Furs
I Twonty-five only Ladies' Separate Coats, in newest stylo, 7-8
�� length and satin lined; colors, navy, grey, cardinal, black and cov-
g ert cloth;  regular prices $18.50 to $28.50; sale price $10.00
I Furs
Handsome Sable Scan';  regular price $15.00; sale price $9.50
Mink Scarf and Muff; regular price $45; Bale price $25.00
Grey Squirrel  Tie;   regular  price $10.50;  sale price $5.50
Marmot ami Musk Rat Ties;  regular price $7.50; sale price.$4.00
Sec Our Window.
1 ne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Fancy Goods
New designs in Cushion Tops, Centres, Doylies, Towel or
Tie Racks, Work Bags, Fancy Work Aprons, Collars, Jabots,
Handkerchiefs, etc.
If you are wanting something to embroider we have it.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
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1 BENSON & AYLING
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Are now located in the Dean Block
(next to Bank of Montreal.) Newest
and Most Up-to-date Fish Store in City.
See us in our new quarters.
BENSON  & AYLING
Fish and Fruit Merchants
Remember - - Dean Block
>������������*!
The North American life
Shows for 1 909
Large increase in NEW BUS INESS.
Large increase in INCOME.
Large increase  in  ASSETS.
Large Increase in PAYMEN TS TO POLICYHOLDERS.
Decrease in EXPENSE RAT IO.
THIS IS THE COMPANY TO INSURE IN.    CONSULT
White,Shiles & Co
AGENTS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
SPORTING NEWS
BIG BOWLING TOURNEY     j
AT TORONTO IN MARCH
Large  Number of   Pin  Smashers Will
Gather in Good City for Eleven
Day Meet.
Toronto, Jan. 12.���The Toronto
Bowling association lias already coin-
pieted the preliminary details of what
promises to be the greatest gathering
Of howlers ever held in Canada. The
dates selected for the annual Canadian championship tournament are
from March 9 to 21, inclusive, immediately following the A. B. C. at Detroit, and a large number of teams
that have entered at Detroit have signified their willingness to compete
here, while all nearby American cities will be entered. Then there will
be teams from all over Canada.
With twenty learns promised from
Toronto al the A. 11. c. bowling tournament in Detroit, there is talk of
this city being after the 191] event
in competition with Columbus, 0.,
Rochester, N. Y., and other places.
The Canadian cities will no doubt
produce the largest increase over previous tournaments. Toronto, which
city sent only one team to Cincinnati
and none to Pittsburg, promises to
lead with twenty, and they will come
on a special train. Hamilton, London,
St. Thomas, Chatahm and othei- bowling centres will also be represented.
There will be two teams from Montreal, the first time that city lias been
represented at an International tournament for many years.
BOWLING
The famous Vancouver Ad-Sprares
took a game from the local bowlers
last night in an easy fashion. Steel
made a good score for tiie New Westminster team, but Johndro fell away
badly, only making an average of
119. Hurnett of Vancouver made 542,
the high score of the evening.
The score:
Ad-Sprares.
12 3    Total
Burnett    1G8   174 200   542
Halstead  131   146 185   462
Sharpies  162 120 180 471
Mclntyre 154 104 188 506
Cliburn 150 150 184 490
The House
that is [the^Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR XMAS
705   769    937 2471
New Westminster
1     2
Johndro
Gilchrist
Steel ..
Monteiih
.115
.189
.189
.158
12!)
150
155
108
3 Total
113 357
155 494
181 525
142   468
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
South 100    166    164    490
811   708    755 2334
Foul line judge���Mr. Wiggins.
Scorer���Mr. Morris.
Tonight���Steelheads      vs.    Hump*
backs.
CUT OUT RUGBY.
HOT GAME  OF  HOCKEY.
Prince  Albert  and  Saskatoon   Engage
in Rough-and-Ready Affair.
Saskatoon, Sask., Jan. 12.���The
hockey game last night with Prince
Albert was fast and at times very
rough. Saskatoon defeated the visitors by tiie score of 4 to 1. The game
ended by Brehaut of Sarkatoon getting deliberately lilt, by Crawford of
tiie visitors. The first goal was disputed by Prince Albert and the umpire was changed. In the first half
the visitors had it all their own way,
but in the second period the locals
worked hard and fast play prevailed.
Leach, Crawford. Black and Banks, of
Regina, played with Prince Albert.
Bennet, of Prince Albert, refereed.
The score was 1 to 0 for Prince Albert at half-time, and Saskatoon secured four in the last half. Prince
Albert protested tlte game on the
grounds of unsatisfactory goals; the
puck was not in play when time was
railed: the full time was not up
when the game was finished, and on
a disputed goal. Brehaut, who was
Btrnck on the head when the game
finished, received a bud cut nnd was
unconscious for a minute. There is
talk of arresting Crawford for his
brutal attack.
Game  is Too  Rough  For Oregon University   Boys.
Seattle, Jan. 12.���The tear that Oregon would withdraw from the conference and adopt Rugby football, thus
from necessity b"!ng thrown in witli
the California unlvei iliies wh< re Rug-
! by is played, has been quieted by the
action of the Oregon Athletic council,
which Saturday unanimously decided
to retain the American game of foot-
j ball.
There   was  not  a  dissenting  vote
; when    the    ballot    was    taken, after
; hearing the report of "Bill" Hayward,
Oregon's trainer, who had been sent
to Vancouver by the athletic council
I to  gather  data  on    Rugby    football
'��� when    California      and      Vancouver
played there during the holidays.
In  view of the adverse criticism ot
' American football, the grounds upon
I which Oregon vetoed Rugby were extraordinary.    "Too rough and dangerous." is the gist of the verdict.
Hayward believes that if Americans
played Rugby the hospital list would
be many times greater than lt Is now,
when the Americans content themselves with tlu-ir own style of foot-
! ball.
WHEH YOU SPEITC) A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
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The Royal Cafe
Walgamutt's Orchestra in  attendance
daily from 6 to 8 and 10 to 12 p.m. The
best Merchants' Lunch in town.    Open
from 6 a. in. to 2:30 a. m.
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| KETCHEL   IS  WILLING
I TO   MEET  TOMMY   BURNS
! Melbourne. Australia, Jan. 12.���
1 Stanley  Ketchel  has wired  to Hugh
Mcintosh, the fight promoter, that he
, is   willing  to  meet  Tommy   Burns in
Australia. It is likely the fight will be
set for about Easter.
Boston American Spring Tour.
Boston. .Mass.. Jan. 12.���Manager
Donovan, of the Boston American
league club, announced yesterday thai
tho team would leave on the spring
training trip on March 1, and that
about thirty players will be taken to
Hot Springs, Ark. Six exhibition
games will be played on the return
trip���at Memphis Tenn., April 5 and
fi: at Nashville April 7 and 8; at Cincinnati April 9 and 19.
MANY TYPES SEEN
ON ROLLERS YESTERDAY
Over two hundred people attended
the carnival held last night in the
Pythian rink. The floor was crowded
witli imitation tramps, negroes, fairies, Chinamen, Indians and other
types, who made a gay picture as they
rolled around the rink. The first
prize for the best dressed lady was
won by Miss O'Connor, who went as
a Chinese woman. Mrs. A. Bayne, of
Toronto, as Topsy, carried off the
second prize, while Mr. McKonny, as
a female impersonator, took third
money. Mr. McKonny was such a good
imitation of a girl that, he enticed
some of the men to skate with him.
The second section of the carnival
will be held this evening, and the
management expect more in costume
than there were last night when,
seventy-five or eighty were "dressed
up."    "	
Operator Get on Races.
San Francisco. Jan. 12.���Declaring
that horse racing was responsible for
her predicament, Mrs. Evelyn de Bolt.
a telegraph operator, was held in detinue in the city prison today while
detectives investigated her alleged appropriation of $1700 not belonging to
her.
PERMIT   HINGES   ON
DIRECTOR   OF   BIG   FIGHT
San Francisco, Jan. 12.���John L.
mil tee of the new board of supervisors, but better known *o the sporting
public as "Young Mitchell," announced today that he would not grant a
permit for the Jeffries-Johnson fight
unless the match was directed hy a local man.
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Combination
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Our stock is large and well assorted. We have the cheap kind
and we also have the kind
that we guarantee in one, two
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from $1 up. It will repay you to
look us up if you need anything
at all usually kept in a first-class
drug store.
REQUEST FOR APOLOGY
NOT RECEIVED BY ROVERS
Up to date the Rovers have received no notification of the action taken
recently by the Referees' association
in regard to demanding an apology
from the local club for the postcard
sent to the president ot the first division league protesting against Referee Williscroft.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
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AND SUPPLIES.
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Hundreds of horses and otlie
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tected against this serious loss
for the death of an animal for
I represent a reliable Canadia
policy with NO exceptions, and
ticulars whether you insure or
r live stock meet death in this city
sease, accidents, fire and other causes
ands of dollars are lost to the owners.
do you know that you can be pro-
by  livestock Insurance,  which P^8
any cause whatever,
n company, the only one issuing    a
will be pleased to give you full par-
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For scows, tow
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ABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
BYaah. <0c pound.
CHOICE  CREAMERY   BUTTER���
Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN   RICE���
Good Quality fi Dounds 25c
CANNED  TOMATOES���
E  10c can
CANNED STRAWBERRIES���
'i
15c can
CANNED APPLES OR  RHUBARB���
Gallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLES���
Large uuart bottles 25a
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ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
I PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY
I
WEALTHY WOMEN
PLAN UNION SHOP
SUNLICHT
To Manufacture Shirtwaists
and Employ Organized
Labor Only.
New York, Jan. 12.���A report that
Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of J.
Pierpont Morgan, was contemplating
heading a movement for the formation of a $1,000,000 corporation to
manufacture shirtwaists aud employ
only union labor, excited tlte striking
shirtwaist-makers here today.
Several fashionably gowned women appeared among the strikers today and questioned them tis to the
wages they would expect tis union
workers.
One of the women said she, with
others, had been asked by a wealthy
young woman to make the investigation.
"If 1 gather facts which prove satisfactory and the plans now on foot
go through," she added, "a million-
dollar corporation will be formed to
manufacture shirtwaists, and this
corporation will recognize the workers' union."
Philadelphia, .inn. 12.���Fourteen
girls, striking shirtwaist makers of
this city, were held In jail here today
on charges rising out of disturbances
last night in the neighborhood of factories which are being operated with
non-union workers. Several were
charged with inciting a riot.
When policemen came to the aid
of the non-union girls they were bombarded with snowballs and other missiles. Details of policemen were sent
to all the factories today, and any of
the girls at work who ask for protection will be escorted to their homes
tonight
Miss Fannie Travis Cochran, a society girl, who was acting as a strike
picket yesterday, was arrested. She
was detained at a station house for
a short time and then released.
Timber Limit Auction
Is Proved a Success
PANAMA PACIFIC  FAIR
FIGHT TO  BE  SETTLED
San Francisco, Jan. 12,���The directing committee of the Panama-Pacific
exposition movement took the initiative yesterday in an eftorl to bring
about harmonious relations with the
Panama-California exposition companj of San Diego, by proposing that
a joint conference be held at Los
Angeles next Saturday. The proposal waa embodied in a telegram sent'to Colonel D. ('. Collier,
head of the San Diego company which
stand that a conference committee
bad Ik en appointed to be in Los Angeles on that date.
Homer S. King, formerly president
of the Hank of California, was elected
chairman :>f the directing committee
of the project.
(Continued  from Page One.)
of the balance of the products of the
timber cut. He must pay an annual
rental of 5 cents per acre for the
limit and one-half the cost of guarding the timber from fire must be
borne by the purchaser.
The timber must be used in Canada and cannot be exported under the
terms of the lease.
The sale is the first of its kind
in New Westminster and the officials
in charge seem to be well pleased
with the outcome. It was advertised
in newspapers and post, offices and
all those likely to be interested were
notified hy circular letter that the
auction was to be held. Several of
those present remarked that the price
received was much greater than
would have been realised under the
old system of sale by sealed tender.
Auctioneer Leamy gave the bidders
lots of time to make their offers, delaying tho sale for a few minutes
once or twice to enable the bidders
to consult with their backers.
It is the intention of the department
to hold another auction on March 17.
Particulars of this will be made public later.
R. T.   PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
Books  Closed, Audits    Made,    Statements and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
Room 9 Westminster Trust Block
Phone L578, P. O. Box 795
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-
resiling for bath or toilet. For wasting underclothing it Is unequalcd.
Cleanses   and   purities.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth  St.
More Unemployed In
Protected Countries
(Continued from Page Four.)
of townsmen and not agriculturists,
who would not consent to high duties.
Mr. Law said that the one great hope
of increased expansion in British exports was within the empire. Canada was going to do an immense
tradr in manufactured goods with
somebody, and ft rested witli the
lectors whether she would do it with
beat Britain or with her competl-
3rs.
Alfred Lyttleton, former colonial
secretary in the Balfour cabinet, at
Wolverhampton, also maintained that
duties on foreign wheat would not be
sufficient to raise the price of bread.
Jebb  Satisfies Australia.
The Australians, through R. B.
Wise, who for some time was acting
premier ol New South Wales, have
sent Mr. Balfour a cablegram similar
to that from Toronto respecting Mr.
Jebb's candidature. Mr. Balfour has
formally acknowledged the Toronto
message.
Waller Long, former president of
the local government board in the
Balfour cabinet, at Stockport, said
thai if the Unionists were returned
and found the navy was deficient they
would take the country into their
confidence, and if it, was necessary
to make great sacrifices in order to
secure the safety of the country they
would not hesitate to ask the country
to make them.
Suffragettes   to   Continue   Fight.
Mrs. Pankhurst, at Nottingham,
said if the result of polling made it
necessary the women would continue
to fight and very likely some of them
would be called upon to die or go to
prison for the cause.
"Pug Uglles" Busy.
From different sections of the
United Kingdom come reports of dls-
turbed meetings. "Pug UglieB" on
both sides are making their presence
fell at both Liberal and Conservative
gatherings, but it can not be said that
the elections are causing great excitement from a Canadian point of -view.
The English people are said to take
their pleasures sadly, and the same
may be said of them In regard to elections.
Both   Parties  Confident.
The report received at Liberal
headquarters regarding the prospects
of the party are understood to be
entirely satisfactory. Some Liberal
enthusiasts claim that the party will
do better Ihan in 1900, but this is considered over-sanguine. Similar confidences and enthusiasm is to be
found at Tory headquarters, where
organizers say reports from all quarters are most reassuring, but it will
be the end of the week before either
party will know which have been mistaken as to their view of the elector-
ttte.
Most of lis Arc Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
tlte Bank oi Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future us5.
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to start with $1.00
will do), and see how
much you can add to
your balance before next
New Year,
We   pay   interest   on
your balances.
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
Bankof Toronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. Gracey, Mgr.
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TONIGHT
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Entries received up to the 13th.
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making direct connections for all
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For further particulars apply to
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or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
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Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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PHONE  101.
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851
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Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
MOB
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
', Block Q, 1' i11^
and 30, group -
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate ol title No. 571TF Issued in the
name of Margarei Emily Atkinson,
has been Bl id In litis office.
Notice is hereby given thai  1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication hereof, in a dally newBprper publish sd In
the city of New  Westminster, Issue
a  duplicate  of    the said  certificate,
unless in   the  meantime valid objection h= made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,    New  Westminster, li. C, December 1, 1P09.
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���G. D. BRYMNKR, M.���J
In the mailer of the North Wesl
quarter Section 25, Township 13, E.
c. M, Districi of N< w Westminster
am! 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, 1010, tenders will be received up to January 21, 1910, by the undersigned for the purchase of till the
Estate and interest of John Bcotl
Macdonnell and his heirs in and to
all and singular thai certain parcel
or tract of land and premises above
mentioned.
,T. .1. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar of the Supreme
Court of  British  Columbia.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVE
MENTS NOTICE.
I,0DIJ.h|
.Silicon No. 1. Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional, Silicon Kiaeiional Crimped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
WWrtminster Miniim Division of
jjew Westminster District, where
located I'itt Lake:
Take notice that, we, I'itt. Lake
; anil Cement  Company, Limited,
 -'.Minor's   Certificate   No.   1330434,
jiteSd Co days from the (hue hereof
to apply t" Ihe Minim; Hi corder for
A Certilicale of Improveinein 1",>i- the
parPOSe of obtaining: a. Croun (Irani.
Of the above claiiiis.
And fun her lake notice that  action
��; section M7 must be commenced
the issuance ot such  Certifl-
j'pf Iiiiprovemenls.
ited   I his  14th  day  of  December,
l'Jii'.i.
'LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMEN1
CO., L'I'D..  I-:.  -I-  FADEK. A'-ient.
fte�� Minei's Ceriitic.iie No. BIS0435,
said Timber Limit 38,783, 40 chains
more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly
! following the south boundary of said
Timber Limit 3o chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Hay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (lfio acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND I3AGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
NOTICE.
RK
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mar;:
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^District of  New Westminster.
.-drake-   notice  that   thirty  days  al'tei
���te 1,   Ivliih     l.ouin       Paterson.   of
,fl|licoii\'!   ii  c.  occupation, teacher,
itend i>> ai'i i>  tor   , licence to pros-
���-"*"Ct  for   c-.i!   and   | . i r-��!��- ti: ��� i   on   Hn
.llowinj^  described   lands:
Comiiu-ncinv.   al   a   post   pl:inte,i   at
'Jntft lOUthwi si corner of Central Park,
Whence  ninth   so   chains,   thenrv   east
#10 Chains,     theme     south   So   chains,
Whence   w.-sl   sn     chains     to   phi'-e   ol
'4)Oinmencemeiit,   containing  i'-lo  acres
JDOre or h ss.
BDITI1  I.DI'IS!'  PATERSON,
T. .1. BEATTY, Agent.
liOCated  December  7.  1909.
DEATH LURKS IN
PITTSBURG'S FOG
ROYAL  ENGLISH  EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
Weather Forecaster Says the
Air Is Full of Deadly
Frost Particles.
tin!
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NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
'IPake  notice   thai   thiriv  (lavs  after
(p'-'J, .lolm William" lieatty, ot
'Vancouver, H. C. Dccupaiion painter,
Intend to apply for a license to pros-
_)ect for coal and petroleum on the
following   described   lands:
Commencing al a post planted at
the BOrthiasI comer of Mary Summers, northeast corner posi on the
Boundary road, one mile north of the
B.C.E.R. tramway, thence north XII
Chains, thence west su chains, thence
���OUth 80 chains, iheiice easi So chains
to place of commencement, containing 840 acres more or less.
,      JOHN   WILLIAM   REATTY,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
Pittsburg, Jan. 12.���Harry Penny
Witt, weather forecaster here, said
today that Pittsburg air was supercharged with "pogonip," and urged
that people outdoors hang over their
mouths and nostrils a little apron Of
cheesecloth.
"Pogonip," ho explains, "is indlail
for white death,' and is caused by
inhaling fog which has concealed into
spicula of ice.' "
He first learned of the disease when
stationed on the Utah and Nevada
plateaus, where the Indians dread it.
The disease develops a form of pneumonia, which Is usually attended with
fatal results.
These palmists do noi tell things to
please a person, bul read your life
from the cradle to the grave just as
it shows in your hand. All readings
must he satisfactory or no chargi a
will be made. Address 613 Columbia, street, New Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
'
District of New Westminster.
���   Take notice that   thirty days after
date,    I    Thomas    James    lieatty, of
'ancouver,   13.  C, occupation,  miner,
itend to apply for a license to pros-
for  coal  and   petroleum  on  the
jng described   lands:
Kiencing al   a post planted at
lUthwest  corner of district lot
twenty-live    (2025),    thence
SO       chains,       thence       east
bains,      thence     south       so
thence    west    Su chains to
f  commencement,  containing
Jes more or less.
h-llo.MAS JAMES BEATTY.
'-WIsmW'-'  December 7, 1909.
m
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
jARE CHARGED WITH
STEALING A SAWMILL
Walla Walla, Jan. 12.���A special to
the Union from Dayton, \Vn., says:
Because they are alleged to have
stolen a sawmill, N. A. Daniels and
13. A. Daniels, brothers, woodcutters
on the upper Touchet river in Columbia county, Washington, are under arrest on charges of larceny.
The mill was closed down for three
months, and Sunday, when the owners, Broughton & Eager, of Dayton,
visited the mill site they found little
left. Machinery, lumber, logging implements and even cooking utensils
from the cookhouse had disappeared.
Search through the adjacent timber
resulted in finding a portion of the
missing sawmill.
Tho Daniels brothers were former
members of a "Wild West" show.
NOTICE.
R. B.C
i
rm|
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trict of New Westminster.
notice   that   thirty  (lays   after
Catherine  Florence  Beatty  of
Ver,   H.   C.,    occupation,  lady,
to apply for tt license to pros-
tor  coal  and  petroleum  ou the
"ng lands.
ineiicing    at    a  post    planted
-..--��.   Chains east of T. J.  13. nortii-
WeaBcorner, thence north 8o chains,
6HOe  east   So  chains,   thence   south
M Chains, thence west Su chains, to
fof   commencement,   containing
���40 acres more or less.
CATHERINE   FLORENCE  BEATTY,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Victoria���Dally  at  1:30 p.m.
Northern British    Columbia���Every
Saturday 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday  and   Thursday   at  2  p.m.;   Monday, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster al S a.m. on
Monday Wednesday and Friday; returning, leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster,
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
Local Option in Ontario.
Toronto, Jan. 12.���The complete returns of the local option campaign
throughout the province are now to
hand and totalled up. Local option
won in twelve towns, having sixty-
one licenses; In twelve villages with I
thirty-six licenses, and fifty-two townships with. 114 licenses. Local option
was held up by the three-fifths clause
in two cities with forty-thn e licenses; fourteen towns with eighty-
one licenses; in eighteen villages j
with forty-three licenses, and twenty-
one townships with fifty-eight licenses. Tho liquor men had a majority in eight townships containing
sixty licenses; eight villages with
sixteen licenses, and ten townships
having twenty-eight  licenses.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
ROYAL   COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
COMPETITIVE    DESIGNS.
Cl
District of New Westminster.        i
Take notice that thirty days after
date I,  Lizzie  Paterson,  of  Vancouver, B.    C, occupation, lady,  intend
to apply for a license to prospect for
and petroleum on the following
leacribed lands:
* Commencing  at  a post  planted at
Ihe northeast    corner    of    lot  IMS
,ft��nce west 80 chains, thence south
Chains,    thence    east    80 chains,
tee north  80  chains, to place of
lencement containing 64o  acres
or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Seated November 30, 1009.
NOTICE.
The Board of Managers for the
Royal Columbian Hospital invites
architects to submit competitive designs of a General Hospital, which it
is proposed to erect at Sapperton,
New Westminster, B, C.
The designs shall be superscribed:
Design, Royal Columbian Hospital,
and addressed to W. H. Keary, Secretary Board of Managers, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster,
B. C, and will be received up to noon
Wednesday, 16th February, 1910.
The design placed first by the adjudicator will receive a premium of
$400; the second a premium of $300;
the third a premium of $200.
The Board of Managers is not
bound to erect the building from any
of the designs submitted.
Conditions governing competition
can be obtained by bona fide competitors upon application to the undersigned.
W.   H.  KEARY,
Secretary,  Board of Managers.
New  Westminster,  B.  C, January 7,
1910.
J Eight Trains Every  Day in the Yeai
BETWEEN
Minneapolis. St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN UP FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
Embodies the newest and  best ideas
lor   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and!
LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with   both,
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The|
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleep-1
ers,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining1
chair cars   (seats  free),  modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smok-1
lag oarv.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash.
I
District of New Westminster.
ike notice that thirty days after
K  I,  A.  J.   Paterson,  of    Vancou-
""T B. C, occupation broker, Intend
apply  a license    to prospect for
and petroleum on the following
jribed lands:
lommenclng at a post planted at
northeast  corner  of  district  lot
thence  west    80 chains,  thence
,h    80    chains,    thence    east 80
Ins,    thence north 80    chains to
ie of commencement,    containing
, acres more or less.
IAN1RAM   JUDSON   PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent,
cated November 30, 1909.
LAND ACT.
mil
iw Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
'ake notice that William Garland
IQuarrie, of   New Westminster, B.
occuaption,    barrister at law, In-
ids to apply for permission to pur-
ise the following described lands:
lommenclng at a post planted on
. shore of    Welcome Pass at the
mthwest corner of Lot 1478, group
New  Westminster  district,  thence
jterly following    the    south boun-
(r yof said Lot. 1478, 40 chains more
less to the westerly boundary of
jiber Limit    38,783,    thence south
ing the said westerly boundary of
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Laflfes from |12./5
up.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
97.50 up.
Agent tor Waltbam and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doors horn  Ceo. Adams, Croeet
Subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 in Lot 21, Suburban Block 13.
TO���
Herbert Salsbury,
New  Westminster, British Columbia.
TAKE NOTICE, that unless you
give proof to my satisfaction within
fifteen (15) days from the date of
this notice that you have compiled
with the terms of the certain agreement for sale of the said subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 in Lot 21, Suburban
Block 13, made between F. J. Hart &
Company and you the 20th day of
February, 1908, 1 shall proceed to cancel the registration of tiie said agreement and that henceforth you shall
be barred of all right, title or interest
whatsoever in the said hinds, and publication of this notice In a daily newspaper for fifteen days shall bj good
and sufficient service hereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles at New
Westminster, 13. C.
January 7, 1910. 	
TELEPHONE 604.       P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13 BLACKIE 8TREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
NOTICE.
IN  THE  MATTER of the    "Land
Registry Office"
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the title   to
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the
18th February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's Malls, on proposed contracts for four years, 14 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westmister Post Office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Railway 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, B. Ci 7th January, 1910.
JOHN   R.  GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
/"YWING to having been forced to move from our
old premises, we find it necessary to greatly
reduce our present stock before the new goods arrive, and we have decided to SLASH THE PRICES.
Save yourself money and come in quick. All
our goods ere the very latest and the price CANNOT BE DUPLICATED IN TOWN.
The suits are all imported tweeds and worsteds.
Notice the prices which will appear in this column
from time to time. No bluff about this sale���it's
the real thing.
Men's Suits
���Reg. price $30.00; Bale price  $18.00
���Reg. price $25.oo; sale price $15.00
���Reg. price $24.00; sale price $13.75
���Reg. price $23.00; sale price    $12.00
���Reg. price $22.00; sale  price    $11.50
���Reg. .price $20.00; sale price $10.00
���Res.  price ?! vim; sale price < $9.50
���Reg. price $16.00; sale price   $8.50
���Reg. price $15.00; sale price $7.50
Men's Overcoats
Just a few left at $7.50
Men's Fancy Vests
-Reg. price $6.00
-Reg. price $5.00
-Reg. price $4.50
-Reg. price $4.00
-Reg. price $3.50
-Reg. price $3.00
-Reg. price $2.50
-Reg. price $2.00
sale price $3.25
sale price $2.75
sale price $2.50
sale price $2.25
sale price $2.00
sale price   $1.75
sale price  $1.50
sale price $1.25
English Franklin Sweaters
���Sweaters���Reg.   $2.50; sale price $1-95
���English   Navy  Blue Jerseys���Reg. $2.50; sale price $1-95
���Reg. $2.25;  sale price $175
���Reg. $2.00;  sale price $1-50
���Fancy brown sweaters���Reg. $2.25; sale price $1-50
���Fancy sweaters with turned collars in variety of colors���
Reg. $3.00;  sale price $2.25
Smoking Jackets at Your Own
See Our Window Show
The Acme
Clothing  Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager
Lee's Furniture Emporium
Columbia Street New Westminster
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THE DVILY NEWS.
STOCK-TAKING
CLEARANCE
We are preparing
for stock - taking,
and are giving
some special bargains. Now is the
time to buy, when
big prices are on a
vacation.
Now is the time
when you will get
goods at not much
of a price but a
great deal of a
bargain at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Large Stock
Prices Right
% Anderson & Lusby j
COLUMBIA STREET.
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NOTICE.
Tbe steamer Sandown is expected
hero In a few days to load    a large
cargo ot lumber for Melbourne
tralia.
li. II. Lindsay, of the Westminster
Transfer company, is in Hie Royal
Columbian hospital suffering from au
attack of typhoid fever, lie is progressing favorably.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at The Royal Cafe.
New wooden ditches wore placed
on both sides of McKenzie street, between Carlton and Columbia streets.
yesterday.
For first-class cut nowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone navies'
Crevnhouso. 1120S
Tbe stool flics for tlte new registry
office have arrived and are being
placed in position. It will be some
time before the now building will be
ready  for  occupation.
Call at Tho Royal Cafe for lunch,
dinner or titter theatre  supper.
The grand and petit jurors were to
have boon selected yesterday, but owing to the absence of J. W. Creighton,
who litis been ill for the past few
days, the selection was postponed until Friday afternoon at two o'clock.
For   furniture,   carpets,    linoleums, I
try  the  New   Furniture    Store, j
'& Galloway, 43 Sixth street. ** |
���jr.
etc.
Denny
Xotice is hereby given that Ralph
Charnley of Barnston island, in the
province of British Columbia, David
Alexander McKee of Ladner, in the
said province, and Joseph Cameron
of the city of New Westminster, in
the said province, have been selected
by a majority In interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affected as hereinafter described to be
commissioners under the provisions
of tiie "Drainage Dyking and Irrigation Act," for the district, consisting
of and comprising the lands hereinafter described, that is to say: All
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts of land and premises situat-:,
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 (-52), two hundred and fifty-three (253), two hundred and fifty-nine (259), two hundred
and sixty (2G0), and four hundred uiul
twenty-seven li-7), group one (1),
and the fractional northeast quarter
of section nine (9); the fractional
south east quarter of section nine
cm; the fractional north west quarter of section nine (9); tlte fractional
south west quarter of section nine
mi; the fractional south east quar-l T)l0 installation of officers of
ter of section ten tit)); the fraction-Granite Lodge No. 16, Knights of
al south west quarter Of section ten pythlas will be held this evening.
(10); the fractional northeast quarter Tne members of Royal Lodge No, 6
of section three (3); the fractional ana sojourning brethren are cordially
north   west  quarter   of   section   three   invited to attend. ***
(3); the fractional north east quarter;
of section four (4), (Indian reserve); I     An umbrella was taken by mistake
and the fractional south west quarter   from St. Andrew's church last night.
Provincial Constable Wilkie returned yesterday from Victoria, where he
had escorted the twenty prisoners
transferred from the local jail.
Security���that is the factor in a
safety deposii vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in this regard. Von may
go away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults with the feeling of perfect security. No injury can
come from lire, floods, from burglars
or anj other cause, isn't it worth
something to you to have thai feeling
of perfect security? Dominion Trust
company, Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager New Westminster branch.     ***
An enjoyable dance was given last
night in St. George's hall by the
ladies of Trinity Cathedral,
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, ivies' Greenhouse.
A Hindu, who died on Tuesday, was
buried yesterday in the L ='; las street
cemetery.
We Invite Comparison
We are not the only people teaching Business and Shorthand in Westminster, but we claim that on account
of our superior equipment and experienced, capable teachers, our school is
doing more and better for students
than other schools. It is open day and
night. Try it.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
of section sixteen (16), all in township nine t'.M as shown on the official
plan or survey of the said district
of New Westminster and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'
The said commissioners being authorized and instructed to lake 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 Jay Thomson,
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. D., 1009.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE,
46 Lome Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors   for   the  commissioners.
USE
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
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.
The owner may  have    tiie same by
calling at The News office.
Mr. Webster. Mechanical Expert, la
gradually gaining the confidence of
the  good  people  of  Westminster  bj
being able    to "produce    the goods."
No. 10 Sixth street. **
For the "cut" direct go to the Acme
Clothing company. You'll get a stylish
cut, and you'll also gei a price cut in
style. **
The genuine reduction sale at the
Acme Is you opportunity to buy at absolutely half price. **
The Acme Clothing company's sale
is still running. Are you in the running? You will be if you wear an Acme suit or overcoat. Now is the time
to get them. **
His Honor Judge F. W. Howay lias
been elected president of the Vancouver Art, Historical and Scientific
association.
King Solomon Lodge, No. 7, A. F.
& A. M. installed its officers for the
year on Tuesday night. The officers
installed were as follows: Worshipful
master, F. P. Smith; senior warden,
A. P. Grant; treasurer, D. W. Gilchrist; secretary, F. Broad; senior
deacon, H. Disney; junior deacon,
A. H. Ferguson; inner guard, J. J.
Mahoney; stewards, C. S. Keith and
Geo. Cunningham, jr.;  tyler, F. Shaw.
A case under the by-law regulating
the conduct of pawn shops and second-hand stores will come up for heap
i ing in tiie police court this morning.
A man who keeps a second-hand store
in town has not been making his
daily report to the police as required
by law. Another cast.' on the docket
is that of a man accused of using foul
language on the street. The accused
chose an inopportune time to use
some very objectionable language to
a lady. Sheriff Armstrong happened
to be present and lie immediately
placed the man under arrest and
haled him to the police station.
The Royai Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Paid up Capital Stock.   . ..$ 4,914,000 I
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000,
Total  Assets    $61,046,000;
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F  8HUTE. Manager.
X       Fifteen lots on Second Avenue, close to store and
postoffice, each
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.        |
t
X   W.    S.    ROSE,  Merchants'Bank Building   \
TELEPHONE 334.
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January
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13
Delineator    for     February
now  on  sale, 15c a  copy.
caring
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of Women\
Suits, Furs,
Coats, Etc.
mi
An extraordinary clear-
ing of Women's and
Misses' Tailored Gar-
ments with all the extremely attractive style
features. Smartly fash-
ioned suits, nobby and
practical coats, carefully made skirts and charming
mannish waists, everything in ready made outer |
apparel for women. Garments of superior styles at
prices almost cut in two. Previously advertised offerings still on sale and here are a number of fresh
ones for to-day.
*
Women's and Misses' Suits
Navy Venetian Cloth Suit, coat handsomely braided In
black, full Hare skirl, panel front, braided girdle, button-
trimmed, regular 137.60, for  $27.50
Black Venetian t'lotli Suit, coat lined satin, well tailored style, gored skirt, button-trimmed. Regular J26.004
tor $20.00
Brown Cloth Suit, coat and skirt trimmed brown silk
military braid and sold   soutache,   lirown   satin   collar   and
cuffs.    Regular $35.00, for $15.00
Misses' Diagonal Serge Suit, in twill color, trimmed with
Mack military braid, and silk buttons. Regular $23.60,
for -. $17.50
Unusual Values in Heavy
Cotton Underwear
Heavy white cotton fleece-lined Undervests, Watson's
Unshrinkable Drawers to match (open or closed) per garment    50c
Lighter weight white eotton Undervests, buttoned
front, drawstring at neck, drawers to match, per garment    50c
Grey knit Dndervests, full sizes, drawers to match,
per garment. 35c
Same Vests, with   drawstring at neck, without buttons,
each 25c
Children's grey knit Undervests, some with drawstring
tit neck, others with buttoned front, to lit sizes infants to
ten   years.     Per   garment 25c
We have a large vnriety of Out Sizes, both in Natural
Wool, Cotton  and  Union   Mixtures.
Smart, Stylish
Furs at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Marmot   Throws,
with    ermine    tails,
lined with Imitation ���
others ��ith ^.n in.   \ i
to $1:.    Sale price       ���&$
Wide   Alaska   Sabli
Marmot Stole, trlmnn
beau-  and  tails, satin
sable of double fur.    \
up $27.50. Sale price
Marmot and Grey Squl
Throw s,    lined   with   satli
Ri    ular  values up to $12.o
Sale price      *3-50
only   one   Misses'
tion  Ermine Stole, trl
with    black    tails,   oxidized
clasp,   satin-lined    and   lie*
rug-shaped   muff.      Regular
value $15.   Sale price J11-75
Children's White Fur Sett
i muff and tie), per set $1-75
Black Astrachan and Coney Stole, fancy linings,
trimmed with tails. Regular
values up to $8.75. Salt
price    $*-75
Marmot     Throws.   Al
Ruff. Astrachan Stole.   Values    up    to    $6.60,      Sals
price    $3-50
Important
Hosiery News
To those of our customers
who have been waiting for
our well-known "IDEAL"
Hose for women we announce the arrival of twenty
dozen. The high quality
and perfect shape are prominent features. We recommend these Hose to those
who have not yet worn
them. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10
inches.
54-inch Dress Suitings
75c Per Yard
REGULAR  $1.00 TO $1.50.
The best ot materials in popular colorings and designs,
suitable for Women's Costumes, Skirts, Coats, Children's
Coats, Boys' Suits, etc. Shown in this special lot are
Tweeds, Homespuns, Venetians, Plaids and Overchecks, all
54  inches wide.    Special sale price to clear, yard 75c
Read Every Price and Profit Immeasurably
Merchandise can't  well withstand the onslaught of prices like these:
TAPESTRY TABLE COVER
A big range to choose
from. Combinations of red
and green, red and gold,
green and gold, red with
plain centres, figured border,
also green, etc. Our prices
on these ought to run them
out of the store in short
order.
Regular  value  $5.00  $3.75
Regular value $3.75 and
$3.60, $2.95.
Regular value $2.50 and
$2.75, $1.95
$1.75 and $1.50, $1.20
SPECIAL    IN    ROLLER
TOWELLING.
Linen Roller Towelling,
plain or With colored border; light, medium Or heavy
quality, 16 to 18 inches wide
���something that you can
always use. 12 l-2c and 15c
linen  for    9c
COMFORTERS.
Be comfortable during the
cold nights at little expense.
Clearing out all our Comforters. Big stock on hand,
all sizes: 60 by 72, 72 by
72, 72 by 78. Great variety
of colors, weights, etc.
Regular $2.00, $1.50.
Regular $2.75 and $3.00,
$1.95.
SEE THE UNMATCHED
VALUES WE OFFER JN
NOTTINGHAM AND BOB-
BINET LACE CURTAINS
THIS WEEK. (See Window)
Regular $1.60 values for 95c
Regular $2.50 and $2.75 values for $1-75
Regular $3.25 and $3.75 values for $2.50
Regular $5.00 and $5.50 values for $3.95
All   soiled  or  single  pairs
at half price.
Flannelette Sheets, I"
white and grey; small, medium and double-bed Blze;
pink and blue border.
Reg. $1.25 values for..$1-1^
Reg. $1.50 values for...$1-35
Reg. $2.00 values for...$1-80
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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