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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5,
NUMBER
Life
ASSURANCE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1911
foYING SCHEME
INTtRlSTS MANY
ItMayor Lee Explains His
Scheme For Permanent
Roads.
BiLUAJtu mm.
CHAiifiE 0WMUKSH1P
C;ilcj.-��ry and  Saskatoon Men Buy Out
H. F. Beamish���Quarters Will Be
Moved Shortly.
I.i.' was
Mayor
lexplalntng
residential   streets
Howevei
tin
kept busy yesterday
tis scheme for paving the
to   many   anxious
However, his worship did
B0,       udge tbe time, as be has tin!
a ueart and belleveB it is the
m make tin' Btreets ot tin.'
way
what they    ought  to be.    1 li
nothing moil.' nor lei s than
ot tin.' principal
Iplan
lonl)
I'll:
Ijcheme Is
Ing of homo
]        |,;,. i streets of the city on the
||( |:,,-.' mem plan.
or Lee explains the propoi it ion
i,] |g; "Take tor Instance a Btreet on
Iwbi-li it would coat $20,000 to lay a
���    pavement.    The    asi i
|.     commlsbionei   and the citj   en-
leineei   would  estimate   tlie  value   of
i thr iii'i erty benefited, ami appo
the amounts among tin-' different resign    t, cordingly.   Debentures would
be issued tui the eosi and the amount
required would be paid off in annual
Install n ...   ��� stendlnj   over a period
(ortj   or fifty  years.    Tins
would 1     collected in  the shape oi
in i would not amount to more
per year at most, and prob-
.    al deal loss than that.   For
tins outlaj   the residents would have
a strei I   that   would  be  a  credit   to
and the value ol  the prop-
,     on the Btreet would no doubt be
enhanced."
nlj   objection  raised  to  the
 far   has   born   by   pi ople
lo not think it fair to the resi-
these streets to have in pay
:-! 1 ii !  when Others have
i trom tbo general revenue
of i     i Ity.    To this tbo mayor re-
I      ���   ,i  it is utterly Impossible to
i        il the streets out ot tbe gen-
.     :���> of tb" citj   ami Hint  tbo
only one on which tbe city treasury
hi il   iis  fund-;  to any  extent
���t    r is on Columbia street, which Ib
in thoroughfare of tbe city and
��� ���'  by  al!  tax  payers alike.
ivement on tbe other Btreets
: benefit primarily tbe residents
���   particular streets.
All ilie aldermen, with the possible
"  of one. are in favor of the
new plan nnd everyone to whom Mr.
I." explained th'' scheme in de-
' quite in accord with It.    The
amounts which   the  city  is  able  to
nn  streets nt  tbe present  time
(mni ihe general  revenue is  spread
��� with no visible effect, the ex-
���������    of the city Is so large and tbe
"f money so small.
The "Chapman" pool room in the
Dominion 'lrust block ins changed
i hands, new owners taking tlie busl-
'���' lasi night. 11. V. Beamish, wbo
n i bei n in possei slon of the room
for ii," pasl lour months, ins dls-
; posed of the business to a, e, Fletcher, formerly of Calgary, and W. u.
Bowers, late ot Saskatoon.
Thi i: .i paid is uudi ii tood to be
in in" neighborhood ot $4bU0.
Mr. Beamish will probably leave
Hi" City lor Calgary, where li" lias
interests.
Tb" new proprietors are well acquainted wiiii th" business, an.l It is
their Intention to run a first-class billiard parlor. Their plans are rather
Indefinite as yet, as arrangements
have been made to move the tables
down stairs to the rooms now occupied by the Royal Cafe, which will
transfer iis business up stairs. Until
this change lias taken place -Messrs.
Fli tcher ami Bowers will make no al-
tei atlons in the billiard parlor.
When things get going properly in
tlie new quarters Hi" new owners will
Inaugurate sum, pool and billiard
championships and give tiie billiard-
isis ot the city aii opportunity to decide a long disputed question as to
wlio is the Willie Hoppe of New
Wes . A-.oter.
GERMANS CONCERNED
ABOUT EXHIBITION
American Display of Machin
ery to be made in Summer
Troubles Teutons.
LABOR ENDORSES       'OfflCERS EEECTE'J AT
EIGHT HOUR BILL
Public Meeting of Workmen
Passes Resolu Lion -Board
of Trad- Criticized.
11 t,\
ri L
Liberal Assouution Election
Draws Big Crowd ��� To
Meet Of eerier in Future.
IE EXPLOSION CAUSED
BY UNCOVERED
Careless   Miner   Fatally   Burned���Seventy Four Others  Escape  With
Slight Injuries.
Central City, Ky.. Feb. 23.���An ex-
ploslon of gas ln the mine of tho Iron
Mountain Coal company, three miles
from here, today, probably fatally
burned Warren Ulbbs, a miner.
Seventy-four men who were with
('ii>l>s un tlie day shift escaped with
flight bruises.
Cibbs, wbo carried an uncovered
'amp, bit a pocket of gas. An explosion followed in Which Cibbs was
fearfully   burned.
The other men retreated, hut soon
forced their way into the workings
and helped their comrades.
Meanwhile   the   woodwork   In   the
mine caught lire, but the men managed to reach the surface ln
The mine is still burning,
Berlin, Feb. 23.���In the reichstag
today Dr. Stressemaion, .Nationalist-
Liberal, referred with solicitude to
Abe American exhibition of machines to be made iu this city during the
coming summer. lie said: "The
chamber of commerce of Bielfeld has
already protested against giving tbe
exhibition an official or semi-official
support, as it would assist American
advertising it official significance was
given to a display the aim of which
is to create competition with a German industry "
No Support,
ilerr Delbrueck, minister of the Interior, replied that the American exhibition would receive neither the material nor moral support of the imperial government.
I ��
Promoting Cotton Growing.
Referring to the hope expressed by
several members that Germany would
become able to supply ber own demand for cottoti in the colonies, the
minister said tbat tbe colonial administration was endeavoring to promote the industry of cotton growing
i��� tbe colonies and was meeting with
success, but. notwithstanding its ��-
forts "the time is distant when this
cotton can displace tbe American
product." 	
safety.
MILLION DOLLARS SAVED
FOS EDUCATION OF RACtS
New York, Feb. 23.-Ah ��"��*��*
among the heirs, approved b> -Jus
mm Gerard today, saves for the pur-
X inSded by the testator tte sum
,r n.000,000 bequeathed bj the tate
Mrs Carolina Phelps-Stokes for the
education of whites, Indians and ne-
groes
Revolutionists Routed by
Regulars After Terrible Fight
Managua, Nicaragua, Feb. 23.���An-
��thpr victory over the revolutionists
''tin been announced by General Toledo, the Nlcaraguan minister of
War. \
The anroncement was based on an
Official despatch received from Gen-
oral lUvas, ln commaad of the government forces, who engaged the revolutionists under General Chamorro
at Tisma, twelve miles from Mass-
fa. i
General Illvas* despatch waB
Posted on the street corners at Man-
agu�� whereupon bands appeared in
'lie Btreets and a general celebration
followed, I
The despatch says: "The battle be-
Kan at 8 a. m. February 22, Lara attacking the onemy, who were then occupying Tisma. -Masls, of the provisional forces, with two Maxims, inflicted serious losses, m( the advantage was with him until 3 p. m��� when
Chevarra and later Valdez.. and then
Garrlda,   Seeleden, -Vasquez   and Ag-
S P  m! theerevorutiongists retiring
.n thi direction of Tlpitapa.
iU. The batSe was the bloodiest ye ,
ing.   Lara's men charged Masls Max
\��*%gtt�� 5 eUmated at 400
W&BBiS   of     government
I troops were taken prisoners, but later
���heir rescue was effected.
th"Chammorra succeededl��jlJWg
tvlnir his    forces    and    rushed    tne
niches occupied  by General  Kam-
K at 3 o'clock this morning, at^
'"vThe fight lasted for four hours,
when the government troops dls-
lodKed the Insurgents, who were dec-
"ct bring evidently to effect a junction with Mena."
"When . . 'i ue elgh hour bill now
'"ll"'' i ������ housi ..i ittawa provides
-'������   -11 mr il j  on all govern
ment worn; aud
i       bus, It Is ui the Interests oi
all   norKiuguien   iuui   una   bill  lao.,
D< '  I   i.'",   II I    ...   De   Uleieluie
soi. < a,   i ans    meeting    oi
������  - tlngmen o.   ,,,��� city oi .m.iv west-
.....lsu.,    unuuiuiouBly    support    the
Ing oi  i,,:.. Dili, and mat a copy
' . mis resoli, >un be forwarded to tne
prime mil   ot Canada and to J.
ll.  Taylor,   ivi,  P.,   member  lor   thin
constituent >.'
This is the text of a resolution
passed at the public meeting of work-
lngmt 0 called lust night to dis ass
the eight-hour day bill.
Owing to the unfavorable weather
thc attendance was not very large,
but ii was fairly representative of the
union aud non-union worki_en ot the
tin. The feeling of the meeting was
strongly in favor oi passing tlie resolution.
The  HireJ  Man's P.^y.
ln the course ul his remarks on
the question Tho...as Turnbul announced tbat one o; the objections
that bad been raised to the bill was
that it might compel L.ie poor farmers to pay their men a iecent wage.
"The farmhands who work lit teen
bouis a day for fifteen do.lars per
month might receive more pay it all
government employees won; under
tbe eight-hour day rule, and tb.'. according to many of the opponents of
the bill, would be a national disasti ���.
"We want the farmer's help to have
conditions of life equal to our own,''
declared the speaker.
Attacks  Board  of Trade.
Mr. Sobey, commenting on thc attitude of the board of trade, was sev< re
In bis strictures on that body. He
said that it the workmen bad not intimated their intention of sending a
delegation to the last meeting oi the
board it would have acei ded to tbe
I request of the Canadian Manufacturers' association and gone on record
I ������? being opposed to tbe passage of
the bill.
As a matter of fact, at the last
meeting of the board of trade so much
time was taken up with the reading
of the annual reports from the different committees that there was no
| thought of considering the eight-hour
day bill.
it. A. Stcney remarked that it was
altogether   outside   the   province   of
the hoard to consider the bill.
"Ready  for  Them."  Says  Thomas.
Thomas Turnbull held that the
hoard was, front the nature of its
make-up. a body composed of the exploiters of labor, remarking further
that the Trades and Labor council
wns ready for them at nny time.
No other matters were discussed
at the nicotine, which did not last
more than an hour.
About a hundred supporters of tlie
Libeial party attended the annual
meeting of the .New Westminster Liberal association yesterday evening,
win: helpful discussions on matters
of in i est to the party were Indulged
In.
Officers were elected lor the CUT-
rt ui year as follows:
Honorary president���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier.
President���A. io. Kellington.
l-'irst   vice  president���A.  llardman.
Second  vice president, 11. A.
man.
Third   vice   president���James
Murphy.
Secretary    treasurer���,1.    YV.
Donald.
Executive committee���M. J.
lips. .1. Reid, it. Buckland, YV. J.
Whiteside, W. T. Cooksley, 1'. Feeney
and A. llalerow.
Twenty names were suggested for
presentation to tbe provincial government for the appointment of tbe
bearers its commissioner for taking
affidavits for tbe registration of voters. Those will probably be appointed withl ��� the next two or three
wee: s.
It wi's decided that in future meetings of the association will be held
once a month. I
Eust-
I
Mc-
Mac-
Phil-
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iv. i. i i-;>, ::. I'-'.jgjf
CREW OF WRECKED STEAMER j MILKMEN LIABLE
RESCUED BY LIFE SAVERS
Thirty      Men     Taken     Off     British
Steamer Arroyo Twenty  Hours
After Boat Ran Ashore.
Beaufojpt, N. C, Feb. 23.���The entile crew of thirty men of the British
steamer Arroyo, which went ashore
U'slerday morning off the North Carolina coast near Diamond shoal, was
taken off today by the litesavers from
Portsmouth island station,
The steamer si ruck aboul five
miles south of the station.
The Arroyo was from Santiago With
a cargo of iron ore for Philadelphia.
No report of the condition of the
steamer today has come from the
scene of the wreck.
TO HEAVY fINES
GRAND  JURY   FINDINGS.
National Packing Company Said to
Have   Been   Indicted.
Chicago, Feb. 'Si.���According to a
report current about the federal
building today, believed to have emanated from official sources, indictments against the National Packing
company and ten subsidiary couceiuis
have been prepared by the federal
grand jury.
It will be necessary that the Indictments be sent to Washington to be
inspected by Attorney General Wick-
lersham before tbey can be formally
returned in court here.
HOG   PRICE   ADVANCES
TOWARD 1870 FIGURE
POLICE \
COPE Willi STRIKERS
Chicago, Feb. 23,���Another step in
the direction of the ten-dollar hog' of
1870, the record price since the civil
war, was made today at the stock
yards,  where live hogs sold al  $9.65
ja hundredweight.
The new prices are an advance of
fifteen cents over this year's previous
record,   established  last   Friday,  and
lis   the   record   high   price   lor   forty
! years.
Members uf Close Corporation who "Fixed" Prices
Indicted by Grand Jury.
New York, Feb. -3.���The milk
trust, so-called, was Indicted In -\ev/
York today, after a grand jury investigation extending over a period of
six weeks. A blanket Indictment was
banded down iu tlie supreme court
late ibis afternoon naming eight of
seventeen directors of tlie Consolidated .Milk exchange, a New Jersey
corporation, charging that they "conspired together and witli others to
lix the wholesale price of milk, and
did lix it. at $1.41 for a forty-quart
can  of  milk."
Penalty is Heavy.
1 One year In prison and a tine of
not more than $5000. or both, is the
penalty for each offense, which ls
classed as a misdemeanor by the consolidated laws of the state, generally
referred to as the general business
laws. ,���
An additional fine may he Imposed
on the corporations upon conviction.
Bench   Warrants    Issued.
Bench warrants were issued for tho
eight directors. Nine other directors
of the exchange escaped indictment
having earned immunity by testifying
before the grand iury and before the
state Inquiry in the milk trade which
ls still  In  progress.
Today's Indictments are the first
specific results obtained hy the state
since it began its investigation of the
milk trnde In greater New York.
Tho grand iury will continue Its
sitting to consider further evidence
In tbe bands nf tbe district attorney.
Two Hundred Members cfj
State police will be Drafted |
Into Quaker City i oday.
LOOMS TO CEASE HUMMING
FOR ONE DAY EACH WEEK
Fall River, Mass., Feb. 23.���All the
cotton mills in this city, with the
exception of the Fall River Cotton
Works, controlled by M. C. D. Borden,
of New York, have agreed to curtail
production hy shutting down for one
dav each week for au Indefinite period.
>The curtailment will affect 25,000
operatives.
WOM5N   HELD   RESPONSIBLE
FOR   DEATH  OF  BABY
Montreal, Feh. 23. ��� A coroner's
jury today held Mrs. Inek Komerska
responsible for the death of her two
and a half year olf son, who died
yesterday as the result of a severe
beating on the head which she had
given him. Mrs. Komerska is now In
custody.
Belgian Weds American Girl.
New York, Feb. 23���Miss Marie
Louise Logan, daughter of Mrs. John
A. Logan and granddaughter of General John A. Logan, and Henri Vincent De Slncay were married today
ln St. Patrick's cathedral. They will
sail for Rurope on a bridal tour next
week. They will make their home In
Brussels.
Elect U. 3. Senator.
Jackson, Miss., Feb. 23.���The two
houses of the Mississippi legislature
met tn Jo'.nt session today and unanimously elected Hon. Leroy Percy, of
Greenville, as United States senator,
to fill the unexpired term of the late
Senator A. J. McLauren. The term
of the new senator expires on March
4, 1911.	
Lawyer 8hoott Hlmtef.
Utlca, N. Y., Feb. 23.���Otto Died-
rick, a lawyer, forty-seven years old,
shot himself in his home In this city
today and died instantly.
Philadelphia, Feb. ^o���The police
���unicials today virtually acknowledged
their inability to cope with tho present strike situation, when a request
was made of John C. Grooms, superintendent of the State police, that ilk-
two hundred members of his command be brought to this city for police diitj.
This request was made notwithstanding mat serious uoung was less
frequent today tnau ou any day sjuue
the day the strike of tbe street car
men went into effect, on Saturday-
last.
Will   Not   Bear   Trifling   With.
Tlie State police are expected to
reach here tomorrow morning, and
will doubtless be sent into the Kensington district, where the State Fen-
cibles had such an unpleasant experience  yesterday.
|The State police will not bear trifling with, and if the strike sympathizers attempt the same liberties
with tliis body of men that they did
with the State Fencibles there will
be a serious clash.
Will   Mass  in  Kensington.
The efforts of the police tomorrow,
as they were today, will be concentrated in clearing tbe Kensington district of the mobs which have infested
it since the opening of the strike.
CHURCH TRAINS GUNS ON
COUNTRY FOOE ROOMS
Toronto, Feb. 23.���The poolrooms
operating in the rural districts of
Ontario are under the guns of the
Canadian Social and Moral Reform
association.
They are in for strenuous times
if the provincial government adopt
the suggestion submitted this morning by Rev. Dr. S. D. Chown, secretary of the Social aud Moral Reform
committee ��� of the Methodist church
and a member of the general executive. ���   i  ,
In an interview with Sir James
Whitney he urged that the Municipal
act he amended to permit municipalities to refuse to grant poolrooms
permission to operate.
Dr. Chown laid before the premier
the fact that the association had been
dteluged with fetters from various
parts of Ontario comp.alnlng that
while townships had power to regulate these resorts they had no power
to prohibit them.
They had attempted to put them
out by raising the fee to hundreds
of dollars, but when appeals were
taken to the courts the Judges held
that a "prohibitive" fee was against
the law and the poolrooms were flourishing unchecked.   .
"If we Becure this amendment,"
declared Dr Chown, "there will
hardly be a poolroom left ln the rural
districts of the province."
Premier Whitney gave assurance
that he wou\d look Into the whole
matter.
MacKay H2s Sold Stock.
Xew York. Feb. 23.���Clarauce M
MacKay made the following statement today. "The MacKay company
has sold its entire holding of stock
in the American Telephone and Telegraph company. A large part of tbe
money will be used to extend its land
and ocean svstenis."
EAR!. GREYS INTERVENTION
[EVES ST03MY PETREL
Lord   Curzon   Resigns.
Glasgow,  Feb.  2,1.���Lord  Curzon  of
[Kedleston has resigned the rectorship
I of Edinburgh  university.    Last  week
.the  students  at  a meeting    adopted
a   resolution   of   censure   aginst   the
j lord rector for postponing his installation ceremony in favor of his politi-
ca  engagements.    Lord   Curzon   then
sent a letter of explanation, whereupon tbe students met again and adopted for the second time a vote of censure. ! i
CO-OPERATIVE  BILL
PASSES COMMITTEE STAGE
Ottawa, Feb. 23.���F. D. Monk's cooperative bill passed the committee
of commons today with a few amendments, none of which were of a radical nature.
Joe Martin Will  Ask  British Government Why Governor General  Spoke
on Naval  Policy.
London, Feb. 23.���Joseph Martin's
question to the ministers regarding
Karl Grey's alleged intervention in
Canadian party politics attracts considerable comment. He asks whether
the governor-general made a speech
on the Canadian naval question, and
what steps the British government
proposes to take.
Somewhat similar questions affecting governors overseas have been refused by the clerks at the table, on
the ground that the British parliament has no control. Mr. Martin insists that as the British ministry appoints the governor such questions
are quite proper.
The clerks have, however, made it
unnecessary for Mr. Martin to appeal
to the speaker by admitting the question, which stands for tomorrow.
Nanaimo Water System.
Nanaimo, Feb. 23.���Nanaimo's water system, on which over $100,000
has been spent during the last two
years, is to be. further improved by
the construction of a cement dam at
No. 1 reservoir, costing in the neighborhood of $12,000. A bylaw authorizing the council to borrow this sum
will be submitted to the ratepayers
for their approval in the near future.
Railroad Bill Committee Adjourns.
Washington, Feb. 23.���Attorney
General WIckersham completed his
review of the administration railroad
bill before the state committee on Interstate commerce today. The committee then adjourned until Friday
next, when a report on the measure
will be perfected.
WIDELY KNOWN  INVENTOR
DIES  AT  AGE   OF  73
Bedford Mass., Feb. 23.���Prof.
Amos Doblear, widely known as the
inventor of improved telegraph find
telephone apparatus, died today. He
was born in Norwich, Conn., in 1837,
and was formerly a resident of Bethany, Pa.
ROOT OF MONTREAL WOMAN
IS EXHUMED FOR ANALYSIS
Montreal, Feb. 23.���As a result of
talk here the provincial authorities
have had the body of Mrs. Joseph
L'Heureux exhumed and the contents
of the stomach sent to Montreal for
analysis. Dr. MacTaggart held an autopsy on the body after it had been
taken from the grave, and stated that
after a superficial examination he had
come to the conclusion that there
were evidences of tt violent death.
Mrs. L'Heureux was the wife of
Joseph L'Heureux, and, It is alleged,
died suddenly, but the husband, under
oath, admitted that two doctors called
in were unable to give the cause of
death.
County Judge Dies Suddenly.
Monticello, N. Y., Feb. 23.���John P.
Roosa, county judge and surrogate of
Sullivan county, died suddenly at his
home in Monticello today, aged forty-
eight years. He was a prominent republican.
Supreme Court Will Find
Standard Oil Case Bad Tangle
Washington, D. C, Feb. 23���While
the supreme court of the United
States has vouchsafed no intimation
on the subject, it is generally supposed that the decision in the case of
the American Tobacco company,
which has already been argued before
the court, will not be handed down, at
least until after the argument In the
case of the Standard Oil company,
which is *et tor May 14.
Attorney General WIckersham, In
his motion to advance the hearing of
the latter case, suggested that they
be considered together. Lawyers
here generally concur ln the statement made by Mr. WIckersham to
the court that these two cases together present tor Us consideration
practically the whole question of the
trusts, which will be discussed so far
as possible. They are nov, however,
precisely alike. It is said that in
some particulars they are so entirely ���
dissimilar that the court might find
ln favor of the government in one
case and against it ln the other. The
Standard Oil company of New Jersey
ls attacked as holding $100,000,000
capital, whereas over |97,O00,0OO was
exchanged ln 1890, according to the
government figures, for stock ln other
companies.
In the Standard OU case the court
was unanimous ln finding that there
was ah Illegal monopoly, ln addition
to there being a conspiracy.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY
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Classified   Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED-GIRL OR WOMAN TO
assist in general housework. Ap-
PU 318 First street.
WANTED ��� GIRL TO WORK IN
laundry. Apply New Method Laundry.
WANTED���A GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 239
Fourth street, and Third avenme.
WANTED���A SINGLE MAN FOR
for teamster and general ranch
work. Apply a. T. Ceperley, corner Pole line and Hastings road,
Burnaby lake.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9. Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795. 	
WILL   PAY   A   FAIR   PRICE   FOR
shingle bolts.    See us at mill office
or at  Room  v.  Bank of Comr
building.    Address Box 1003,  W   -
minster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY REFINED LADY. A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, al
���moderate terms. Address P. A.
23.
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMED FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Fun par-
tjcnlars to L. R. i   Dally Ni
WANTED TO RENT���FD7E Ort SIX-
roomed  hi ..-     ii ... ntrally
located.  Possession Febi ...     Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
FOR   SALE
FOR    SALE���CuMPL'TINu
soda water fountain (1909 model)
aud showcase, all In first-class condition. Apply J. P. Cash, Royal
'"-afe.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mil] plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombston-s. building
s'.one. etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral   i epalring.  Anything    from    a
. ���   cli    .  to an    automo
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No,
10 Sixth street,    Dominion ��� Trusl
Block.
L'ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Subdivisions  3,  4. 5,  6  of  Lot 43,
Suburban   8lock  6   New  West
, .  __H _j      ,    _  ,    ,��� .    I minster City.
Adams, grand patriarch; E. L. Web '
ber, scribe. Whereas, proof of the loss of Cer-
-  titicate of Title No. 439SF, issued in
I.   O.   0.   F.,   Beulah   Rebekah   lodge ithp name of Annie Brown, has been
No.   5���The    regular    meetings   of   flW in thls offioe
this  lodge  are   held  in  new   Odd      Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
Fel.ows' hall, Eighth street, oor- ,.t ���1(j expiration of one month from
ner of Carnarvon street, every first the date of the flrst publication here-
and third Thursday of each month ;of ln a dailV n. . .. .,. pulilishcd. in
at S o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson. thi, rjtv 0!- New Westminster, issue
N. G.;   Miss M. D. Johnston, secre- L duplicate of the said certificate   un-
,arT-   ! less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
******* C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
A. O. U.  W., Fraser Lodge No.  3
Meetings the flrst and third  Tuesdays in each month.    Lodge room,
A.   o.   U.   W.   hall,   Odd   Fellows'
block, Clarkson street. C. S- Corrigan, recorder; George Salt, master workman.
A. O. F��� Court Royal Columbia No.
8808, meets in Knights of Pythias
ball on the first and third Fridays
of each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren welcome. J. J. Randolph, secretary.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster. B. C. February 2. 1910.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
JOSEPH   TRAVERS
Real   Estate  and   Farm   Properties, 76
Columbia St.    Phone 304.
COURT BRUNETTE N'o. 4099, I O.
F.���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at R o'ciock In the small
hall, Odd Fellows' block. J. B. Rush,
ton. G. R-: F. B. Maxwell, recording
secretary.
PAPER   HANGING   *   DECORATING.
i HUDSON, WALL PAPER. KUU.M
Mouldings, Burlap?, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomming, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
stre. t.  New  Westminster.
ROOMS   TO   R_NT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
Ished bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 iloyal ave.,
between Eighth and Ninth streets.
PIANO TUNING.
IPIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin. .Mus. Bac. su Dublin St..
Phone L615.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FUR-
nished rooms. Apply L'17 Fifth
avenue, near Tenth street
BOOMS   TO   LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh street near B. C. E. R.
car sheds, in suite or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc.
Apply White, Shiles _ Co.. 740 Columbia street.
FOR  RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE OF-
fice, on corner, two windows, desk.
etc. Price (20 per month in advance.   Apply P. O. Box 33S, city.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg-ers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14^ Old
Daily  News  Block.  Sixth street
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
nleht.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE���Meet every Thursday ��t 8
o'clock p. m. In Odd Fellows   hall,
Columbia street. Se.pct Councillor.
W. F. Haggman; recording secretary, il.   rge  Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283 ���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at S p. m. in St. Patrick's
I ill, Blackwood street.
FRATERNAL ORDER OK EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. in the Eag.i -'
ball, Columbia street. H. Scho-
field, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, Lord of the Isles
Camp 191���Meets on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month in 17. of P. hall. Chi >f, A.
Halcrow; J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
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lots in till' \\i-t  End on easy  terms.
It  will  be  to  your  advantage  to see
in  before  buying  elsewhere.
JOSEPH   1 U.W BKS
TfiT   Oolumbia    St.    Opp.   'Irani   Office
LOST
LOST���GOLD   WATCH,   AMERICAN
Walt ham.      between       McKi i
drug  store  aud    postofBci
Suitable reward on returning same
to Daily News office.
STENOGRAPHY    <fc    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 1.
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; ci ��� work, business
letter.-;, etc. 1 - .vince office, Co
lumbia st:-a. t.      phone 62.
FOUND.
FOVSD ��� OVERCOAT,  BETWEEN
Qui ���
0_���| r can by callini
the po.ir
NATIVE SONS OF B. C, Post No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday ofth,.
month in K. of P. hall. M. J. Phillips, chief factor; Angus McCol..
secretary.
GRANITE _0bGE_N6Tl6, K. OF P.��� |
Meets every  Thursday at  S  p.  m. ;
in the K. of P. hall.    W. T. Cooksley, C. C;   A.  McDonald, K.  of R.
and S. i
ROSE  OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE   NO. !
115, S. O. E. B. S.���Meets every sec- |
ond and fourth Wednesday evening
in the K. of P. hall.    P. B. Brown,
president:  H. Disney, secretary.
WILSON, COOK  _ CO.
Northern   Crown   Bank   Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open  Evenings.
FOR
SALE���Ful
... cleared,
sized
(650.
lot  on  Fifth
FOR SALE���Two lots ou Twelfth
street, near Fourth avenue. $900
each.
TAILORS.
GALVIN,  LADIES'  ANU MEN'S  TAJ.
loring.      A  new    iine    of falj bui*
��� -��� , ist in.     Button n iking   pres
ing and repairing.      Ri r.rr 9, Sj
block.    En': tn ���������    I 25  Colun
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R50
CANADIAN     ORDER,     W.     O.     W.,
Camp  No.  53.  meets in  the old  I.
O.  O.  F.  hall.    D.  S.  Curtl , Coi
Commander;  F. O. Canfl< Id, clerk.
FOR   SALE-
large  lots.
lot
'N' ar   Sti; perliin,   t!>n e
. Ither
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
i
REmL  estate.
Wil-    ...   .-   IILES   &   C'J.
Rea!  Estai Agenl
C*:ty,  farm  and   - a   property,
2C0 Columbia street.
FOR   6ALE-
and  ,ot.  n< ai   ca    111      Fil        ��� ��� -
nue:   pri       ������'.     I.      Enquire    432
Fourf i nth  .- Meet.
WILSON, CO j COLUM
Sia street, P Estate
and Insurance Agents.   Homes built
on i    ;   ��� g : Bale
purchased,    i:  you have any property to sell list it with us.
LIVERY   STABLE.
UNO UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
Bl art turnout. The Fashion Stables.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE �� EDMONDS, HARRIS-
ters and so i Itors, We ti in- ��� .
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, il.
L. Edmonds.
SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF B. O.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
566,  pbooe  '.'.'
We hav*- '!-.'; cheapest lot in Burnaby,
50 by 160, close to car line, on good
road. F;r.f- Kite for homes. $200
each,  quarter  'ash.  balance easy.
WOODWORKING.
WB8TMINSTE WOODWOKHINQ
Co., bank, ol - and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, rnanteis
and detai] work. DeBlgns and e.-ti-
mat*-    fur J.   Brookes,   pro
prietor. Work.: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
:V.'ADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
1    (F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrts-
��� rp, etc., 42 Lorne street, opr>osite
courthouse, New Westminster.
(Phone 113. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastin?= street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  B. C.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
UNION LODGE, N'o. 0, A. F. _ A.
< M.���The regular meeting of this
Lodge ls held on the first Wednesday In each month, at 8 o'clock pm.-
in the Masonic Temple. Dr. W. A.
DeWolf Smith, secretary.
'  e west half of section 31 block
irth  rai   ���  5 w   t. New We. ���
...
���   >, Proof of l Ci ���-
: Title N i 921 IF, lssu In
the name of J. A. L. McAlplne, has
been filed In this offici.
Notlci   Is hen en that 1 shall,
at tli.   ��� of one month from
late ol     ���        ��� publlcatl
In      laily new | published In the
City of New Westminster, Issue a du-
pllc ite of the - I I cei tiflcate, ui
eantime   valid  objection  be
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titli s.
Land Registry OffiYo. New  W<   train-
ster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
" ~~ NOTICE.
SNAP���Tl
road,  all   practically   cleared,   tram
li;:.. on    . :��� .  will  han
dle all  thi
FOR    SALE���.
Sixth i :������  130 t.
corner.    ?475  will  handle  I
FOR   SALE--v
perti
S ID-
Will
FOR   SALE���Four   double   lots,   cor-
either of these corners.
FOR SALE���-Full Blzed lot on Seventh ai :. .��� - 150 ��� ...;h. Musi be
taken at or. e.
SURVEYOR.
���^^B A. F. COTTON, aammaammmmmm
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND SI.'R-
reyor, In National Finance- Co.'s office, over Cunis tlrm store. Columbia street, .New Westminster,
11. c.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, No. 17,
A. F. _ A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month In
the y.nsonlc Temple at 8 p. m. F.
Broad, secretary.
li
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTH'.VAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mis-
sion furniture in fir and oak.	
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
BOYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
era and flyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not. pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank at Montre*.
FURNITURE
W. E- FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and "Jndertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176. night call 81.
MUSIC.
MRS.  0.  C.  FISHER,   EN-PUPIL  OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F. i
Siiiis,  Mus.   Bac,  Oxon.,  teacher of
music, singing and harmony. I
L. O. L, No. 1150���Meets In the
K. of P. building, corner of Agn^s
and Eighth streets, on the first and
third Fridays of each month. Henry
Bennett, W. M��� Nell J. Mathlson,
secretary.
ROYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1593.
Meets in K. of P. building, corner
Agnes and Eighth streets, flrst and
third Wednesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. Leigh Netherby, W. M.;
W. Scott Phlpps, recording secretary; J. MacLean, financial secretary.
I. O. O. F., Royal City Lodge No. 3���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are hold In new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, corner of Carnarvon
street, every Friday evening at 8
o'ciock. H. J. Lee, N. G.; W. H.
Orr, recording secretary.
I. O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
J. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P. G., recording secretary; R. A.
Moore, financial  secretary.
HARMONY ENCAMPMENT, No. 2,
I. O. O. F.���Meets every second
and    fourth    Wednesday    o'   the
I    month ln I. O. O. F. hall.   George
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
N'ew Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, deceased:
Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claims or demands
aeainst the late Frederick Thrussell,
who died on or abou: the 30th day
of November. 1909, at-the City of ��
New Westminster, i.n thn Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, arc re- ��� ^
quired to send by post prepaid, or de- j en
liver to the undersigned solicitors j��
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, ex- j '-$
ecutrix of the last will of the said ! '
Frederick Thrussell. their names and '_
addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and statements of
their accounts, verified by statutory
declaration, and the nature of the
securities  (if anyi  hMd by them.
And take notice that, aft^r the 28th j
day of February, 1910, the said  Har-
riett  Ann  Thrussell   will   proceed  to '
distribute  the  assets  of  the  said   deceased   among   thc   persons   entitled j
thereto,   having  regard  only  to    the |
claims of which  she shall  then have I
had notice, and that the said Harriett
Ann  Thrussell  will  not be liable for
the  said  assets  or  any  part  thereof
Dated this fifteenth   (15th)  day of
January, 1910.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
to any person  of  whose  claim    she
shall  not then  have received notice.
y.
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-WILSON, COOK & CO.���
WATERFRONTAGE      ���       26
chains      of
main     channel     ol     Fi a ��� I
I��ii,.  $10 per wateifront foot.
Terms over three years.    A
little   cash    will    handle   this
lf taken at once.
1142 feet of waterfrontage. containing only ll i-.' acres, all
cleared, a bouse with all tiiod-
ern Improvements. Price
$20 per front foot. Including
all Improvements. This proper)     is in   Westminster.
20 ' ins of waterfrontage,
Bl . contains t;4 acres, al-
ru Bt cleared, and all fenced.
Has . house and is Improved.
Owner will take $150 per
acre, only requires a small
cash payment
���WILSON, COOK & CO.���
FOR   SALE���Nice   little   cottage   and
good    barn, near    tram    line. $I5'i
will handle this If taken at once.
FOR SALE���Good house
avenue and tram line,
handle this.
Tenth
'5   will
FOR SALE���Large house of nine
rooms, with nine lots, in Sapperton.
Owner will  take your own terms.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked
Grace C. Cruickshank's northwest
corner, set at the southwest comer
of District Lot 207, FT��up 2, New
Westmln��t��r District, thtwice south
one mile, thence cant o��e-half mile,
thence north one-half mfie, thence
east one-half mile, thence north on**-
half mile, thence west to the point of
commencement, containing about
480 acres.
GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per G. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
FOR SALE���Fine borne nn Fourth
avenue, eight rooms, fullv modern,
lot SO by 1 16. $950 will handle
this. i
FOR SALE���Vine acres at tbe junction of North and Clark roads. $375
an  acrp.
FOR SALE���Eight acres In Burnaby.
*>n Hastings road, close to New
Westminster. $950 an acre. Terms
to suit you.
FOR SALE���17^  acres, with a good
I   bouse,   on   tram   line,   four   acres
cleared. |
I	
FOR SALE���Three acres on a corner,
fine garden land on Lulu Island,
only $350 per acre.
We have a buyer for one to three
lots between Queen's park and Eighth
street and Fourth and Sixth avenues
���Must be market price and good
terms,
Have a buyer for two lots near
Sixth street car line, Burnaby. Must
be market price and easy terms.
.W���' "II    _
WILSON.  COOK   _  CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building, New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
_
LAST  WEEK  OF  OUR
GREAT FEBRUARY
FURNITURE
SALE
LJUNDREDS of people from New Westminster
1 *   and district have availed themselves of th
opportunity afforded them of getting house furnish
mgsat greatly reduced prices during our sale   It
would astonish you to see the quantity i
bought during our sale being stored ford
March aud April.    It is difficult to put on
the bargains offered, but it is sufficient ti
our sale lasts till the end  of the month.    Bi  ,w
are a few of our attractions.
Feather Pillows
Guaranteed all pure feather, covered in neat art
tick, worth $3.00.   Special, per pair, $1.75
Babies' Cribs
Both sides let down, all steel frame spring, brass
vases, mattress to tit.   Outfit complete, $8.75
Couches
Upholstered in red or green tapestry. _s im I ��� s
wide, 6 feet long, fitted with good strong spi
Four only, each $3.75
Bed Lounges
[Jpholsti i'. d in tapestry, back let down ai
folds over, making a bed four by six feet.   It's a
lounge by day and a bed by night.   Very
price, $9.75
Parlor
Rugs
We are not going to mention any price here, it's
too good a thing to give away, but we wish to put
a flea in your ear. Come and see a manufacturer's
stock at manufacturer's prices. 37 sold this month
so far. Don't wait until the sale is over, we can
put your selection aside with the rest.
Read Below
Heavy Linoleum, per square yard, 40c
Dresser and Stand, the pair, $10.50
Window shades, complete, each, 25c
Inlaid Linoleum (Nairn's Scotch), sq. yd., 85c
Dining Room Chairs, worth $1.50, each $1.00
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleaner.
We clean carpets on your floor for
5c per yard
but you must reserve a date.   There are only a
few open days left in April.
For Furniture and Carpets in Future See
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C.
��� THURSDAY, FEB��u��"  **, iaiu.
THE DAILY NEWS
PACK TIIREK.
.V,
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NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take  notice  that  Unity days af
'date, I, George 1!. Conner, of Mat si
B.   C.   Iiiteml   i. ���'������
NOTICt
Distr
notit
rict   of   New   Westminster.
^^^^Itcr | .	
ier, of Matsqui.      Take
apply  to  Assistant   date,  I,
mi,,,. """tVi":", "'   Lands.  New  West-   Westminster, li. c    intend to
^1��^>I,^to*~fco theApsis,:,nt'
tapBSCfl Commissiom
r  of
lk:,  1       It I
i\\=���
TO.!
'A' "" l"'" ana iietroleum on an
under the following land ���:
��� ' om~encing al a post situated i
tne southwest corner of District U
���[��� eroup 2, New Westminster Di
tric    and mi rked Georgp B. Conner
__���   3
^V^r^J"����iKr4
~^>___.___r
at
Lot
leorg,. B. Conner's
. thence south alon
section  line  betw
HALF THR TOIL
of household work Is taken
away *lie:. Sunlight Soap Is
brought iuto ths home.
For thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
end woodwork, Sunlight
is the most ec��nemkal both
In time and woney.
th
49,
tr
northwest corner, .���ence south along
^^^^^_-veen section I
a distance of one mile, thenoe
east to th,
Set
Lol
ce that thirty days after
Barbara   Anderson    of   New
apply
    Commissioner  of
Lands for right to nrospect for coal
and   pi troli urn   under    "
describi I lands:     H	
Commencing  at    a    post    marked
Barbara   Anderson's northwest corner.
at   northeast  corner  of  Distrlcl
tlience     south     one   mile,
thence  east  one-haif    mile,    thence
tbe   following
��i.v.  ...ni",   ii" ie e
i a ���  to the wi sti rn boundary o|  I li
trict Lot 17. group :!. New Westminster   District,   a   dlstflneo   nf   .,l.o,..
[strict, a distance of aboul 45
chains, thence ninth along the west
em boundary of District Lot 47, groui
2, New Westmln ter District
northwest    corner    of    said  Lot 47,
croup  2.  a   distance
*  cliains. thenci
north one half
half mile.
thence
west
| Music and Drama
THE AMERICAN  LORD,
will  be
to tbe
said
of  about    four
east tlong th.. north-
up
Dis-
,est-
ut
 ^^^^^B
'f said District
^^^^^ New Westminster
to the northwe ��� corn, r of
District Lol 356, group 2,
New Westminster District, a distance
of about 56 1-2 chains, tin nee west
to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of Section 33, Town
mile, thence east one-
thence north one-half mile,
one   mile   to   point   of
commencemi nt
B \i;!t.\li \ ANDEPSON,
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
Lol 356
District,
the said
���  ^..~., .....nslup
Pl���   American  Lord'  will  be the 116,     a    distance     of     about      20
r i   bj   Cnar.es  li.  Hanford  chains,      thence     north      to     the
the star, with a brilliant support-   'southeast       corner      of        District
Lot 40, group 2, a distance of
about 191-2 cliains. thence west
along the soul hern boundary of said
Distil t Lot 19, group 2, to the point
commencement,   a   distance   of
of
CONNER,
Locator.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, north
support- j southeast      corne-i
���Qg company   beaded   b)    Miss   Marie
t,    al   the   Westminster    Opera
rhursday, March :'������   A mo-
I   ,;   una   under   the  Hanford  aus-
i" :. distinct novelty.   The play
in being an untried quantity.
h't!i record ol success entitles ii to In-
1 outside the facl that  ll  givi s
1- ford  the opportunity  he  lias
)0Dg iii 3I1 ed of portraying a type of
I        italwart   Americanism.     The
, affords tine   opportunities
|j Mai le Drofnah, the role of
U,-s    Wi  tbi ooke    bi Ing    eminently
Liapicd to her personality .and artis-
| \  company of the  highest .---      -���-���--     , ,    -
been engaged for the pre-   ["A'   f;"' c��al  ��* P*troleum
*, 'ibis    exceedingly    nave:   following described lands:
. ,   ting Hanford offering.   II   aCo?����SSk'.*%��&��**"
our own period presented   ^ ************** *************
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5. Block 23, Ne',' Westminster
City.
oss  of  C'or-
ber  14,068a,  Is-
������  William  Rox-
in tli is ollice.
vi ii that I shall,
one montli from
i ' i    publication
lewspaper published
Westminster, issue
e said certificate  tin-
mo'intlme valid objection
ir  writing.
C. S. KEITH.
D'strict Registrar of Titles.
���"   Office, New Westmln-
('.. February 11, 1010.
Whereas, proof of tv
tificate  of  Title   Nun
sued  In   the  name  ���
burgh, has been fie
Notice is hereb1
at the expiration u
the   dati    ol    th
hereof In a dail ��� :
In the City of N
���I duplicate of
!���   i in the
be made to
Land He:
ster. B.
about   in chains.
GEORGE I
January 28, 1910.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminstir.
Take notice thai  thirty days after
date,   I,   Hamilton   Chalmers   Cruik-
Bhank, of Summerland, B. O, farmer,
Intend to apply for a license to pros-
on the
NOTICE.
District of New Westtninste
Take notice thai thirty days after
date l. Lillian Elizabeth Crt'tckshank.'
nf Matsciui, B. C, intend lo apply
for ii license to prosper" for coai nnd
petroleum on the following d scribed
lands
*<"
ary
District.
Commencing at a i isi   mark��d I
!7   Cruickshank's    soutbwes    ccrner
set on the seclion lln i bi tween townships 13 and 16, abo ��� one mile south
of where said Bectloi   lice Intersec
i with  the  southern   boa  dary  of  Dis
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ corner [trlct Lot 40. group 2. N w Westmln
krtth the same  sincerity  and   human   |��BJ'1BfTon1 "/A w's,r'r,>' b���nA&W ��/
I   bed        ���,.   District  Lot 47, group 2   New West-
,        ii ���>..������,.*.., i,���,      ��� ...     minster District,  abou     four chains
tragedian s portraiture of the   B(Juth Qf f])p northwegt rornor of Bal4
great classic roles. M  ���  t^M  ���  H|  M   I  dis.
| tance of 45 chains to the section line   r,4.  group   2.  a  distance  of  abou
between   sections   L'S   nnd     29,   town-
shin 10. thence south one mile, thence   boundary  of District  Lot 403
!oast   one   mile,  thence  north   to  the   2, a distance of
southern boundary of District Lot 4S.
group   2.   thence   west   to   southwest |0f  District   Dot   404.   group   z,  a
��� r of said District Lot 4S, group .tunc,, nf aboul 57, chains, thence nortl
"   thence north to tbe northwest, cor-'to  the   southeas
AT THE HOTELS
     thence  eas1     one  ml
of District Lot, 64. group 2, N'ew
Westminster District, a (lis 'ince of
about ?,h chains, thence west to the
southwest corner of said District Lot
Russell.
K  .A   Creech, Vancouver.
ii  II   Swaffer, Vancouver.
N7 P. Itawson, Vancouver.
C. II. Rowhotham Vancouver,
M. ll. Laldlaw, Vancouver.
R A   McLung, Seattle.
1 lark, Toronto.
���  Crowe, Guelph.
I ���   I'ettapieei .   Vancouver,
ff T. Stylas,  Vancouver
l|l     ��.,    n    UIM.IIHT    ui     on''  1        .  1
thence north to tbe southern
 ""   grou
about 31.50 chains,
thence west to the southwest corner
of  District   Dot   404.   group   2.   a   dis-
C   V
W, .1
tones.   Vancouver.
Kcndrick, New Vork.
Windsor.
T, W. Roberts, Fort Williams.
A. Houston and wife, Langley.
F  Robinson, Cloverdale,
P. .1   Bogle,  Iron   River,  Wis.
C   rli i C. llnyle. Stratcona.
G T  I'elterew. Seattle.    1
17  B,  Green.  Toronto.
I0ARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WEST-
ter Briard of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
qua-tprlv m-etlng nn the tmro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at T�� p.m. Annual
met Inga on the third Thursday of
ary. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly mating. C. H.
Stuart-W*de, secretary.
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New West
minst;r.
Take notice thai John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Xelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following do.
scribed lands:
Commencing at % post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber l-ot
37341 about one mile northeast of
head of Billings Bay. thence north
4n chains to or near small hike, th tie,.
east 4n chains, th'nce south 40
chains, thence w"st 4u chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres  more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island. 1). C. December 29, 1909.
then''' south to Ihe point of commencement, n distance o; about one
mile, and containing 4r,5 acres more
or less B
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,    Per    Alex.    Cruickshank,
Agent.
January *8. 1010.
WELS H,
EVANS  &
DARKE
Phone 512
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
HOMES
$600
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
Titt River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excel-
lency, the Governor General In Coun
Cll, for the approval of a certain situ
lor the construction Of certain D00��"
���md booming grounds In the I'itt
River, in th��> District Of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited with the lion-
orabli the Minister of Public Works
"t Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a
description of tin site thereof, and
have also deposited a duplicate of
each In the office of the Registrar of
Deed tor the said District of Now
Westminster, in which District said
works are proposed to b- constructed,
1,1 accordance with the requirements
(,f Secion 7 of tbe "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 190C.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Cun --   -   -
Genuine  snap.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional.   Silicon    Fractional    Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated in the New
Westminster    Mining    Division    of
New   Westminster   District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   we,   Pitt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company. Limited.
Free   Miner's  Certificate   No.   B80434,
Intend  60 days from  the date hereof j Bituatod
to apply  to  the  Mining  Recorder
a Certificate of Improvement  for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims. I
And further take notice that" action
cash will secure new well-
built six-room house, 22 by
26,   near   car   line.     Price
$1050, all sorts of terms for balance.
cash and balance of $4250
as mortgage at six per
cent   will   buy  beautifully
.    well-built   house  on   Eighth
*or 1 street;   furnace  and all  modern   Improvements.    Worth attention.
$1250
AnO    lUlllln     ie,rv.     	
under section 37 must be commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated   this  14th  day  of  December,
A. D. l!Ht9.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMKN'l
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B304:;5.
$7000
ipany, Limited.
TENDERS.
Bealed
Poat
tenders, addressed to the
-""'master General, will be received
Rt Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
Wth February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's malls, on proposed con-
tr'icts for four years, 14 and 30 timet
per
J/er week each way, between ui"
JJew Westminster Post office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
*nd the oreat Northern Railway Sta-
,lon. from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
,nfnrtnatlon as to the conditions Of
proposed contract may be seen nnd
blank forms of Tender may be ob-
wfned at the Post Offices of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queens-
{"Sough, and at the office of the Post
Offloe Inspector. ,. _
p0Bt Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
1 Post Office Inspector. I
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be receive! ��" the
undersigned up to the 22d of February, 1010. nt 4 p. m��� for the construction   of    Barnston   Island   dyke   nnd
works.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Rarnston Island, or at the offtes of
Mr. H. Nevlle-Smlth, engineer la
charge, rooms 4-6, Dupoat Block, Columbia street, New W��st_lMt��r.
A dejKmlt equal to five per cent
of the a���touit of rostra.* mist he
made with each tesder, by marked
cheque payable to the Commissioners Bamffton IsUat Dyttng District,
which will be returned te tke unsuccessful bidders. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily aoeejtNL
OOMVK3SIONER8  BARNSTON
ISLAND DTKIHQ DWtRlCT,
c\o H.  Nevlle-flmlth, C.  _.. Box 413,
New Westminster. B. C.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS.
One  full  acre land,  with
well   built   12-room  house
with    all    Improvements;
I barn for three teams, cowshed, etc.,
'car half block away, very central location.    Terms  $2000  cash,  $1000  In
six months, balance as mortgage.
will     buy     large      house,
newly tlnlshed, Fourth avenue, one-half cash, balance
lo arrange.
$3500i
Barneton Island Dyke.
The time for receiving tenders for
I8���S H" NcVsml'li. c. E-
fiJ*N��� Waatmlattar. B. C.
Box
ACREAGE
j&r^SVfr*
KTomS rciulM f����. ����!������
to arrange.
Four acres on Chilliwack car line.
Snap.
29 acres in Cloverdale.
70 acres In Surrey, five miles from
bridge.
Strawberry Hill, 6 acres, with
buildings; rich land; $1350, half cash,
balance to arrange,
WELSH,
EVANS &
DARKE
6 Guichon Block
fe
���������_���_���M���M ua^aaWmtaWB
TEN Beautiful West
End Lots at $300.00 Each
Here is buying that cannot be beaten right
now. These lots are practically cleared and have
a beautiful view of North Arm, Lulu Island and
the Delta,���close to the new cut-off. Don't wait a
few days if you want to see these, as they will be
sold.   1-3 Cash.
Clarkson St., $6000
33 feet on Clarkson street, 88 feet deep, about 100
feet from postofflce, with building on it. Here's a
piece of property that is well worth the money;
will earn salary for you in the next year. 1-2 Cash;
balance 3 years.
Sapperton Lot $250
This is 33 x 110 ft. and is close to carline. If you
have this much money loose better look this over.
9th Street Corner, $1000
This is close in, and has fine view of North Arm;
a beautiful residence site; very easily fcleared.
1-3 Cash.
Double Corner, $1100
This corner has charming view and should appeal
to any man as an investment or home-site; but you
must act quickly.   1-3 cash.
!
1
�������       Ji      IlLllR
Limited
614 Columbia Street ;!.-.
i
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRU,
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Pualtsn.
leg Company, Limited, at their offi    -
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Vlel
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Manage
THURSDAY.  FEBRUARY  24,  1910.
THE  NORTH   ROAD  CROSSING.
We understand that the proposal to
do awav with the dangerous North
Road crossing over the Great Northern railway, by the erection of a
trestle bridge over the dip or valley.
is in a fair way to being agreed upon
by the authorities Interested. The
scheme put forward originally waa
for a bridge extending from Colu
street, at the top of what is generally
known as Gillanders' hill to a point
on the North road about three hundred yards from the railway crossing.
and that the cost should be borne in
. ..! proportions by the Great Nor-
them Railway company, the City
New Westminster sod the Burnaby
Municipality. It is proposed now. we
understand, to develop an unmade
road to be known as Craig street at
the  city    limits    and  continue    the
bri-ice from that across the valley, a
Une which is a little distance further .
west  than that originally    proposed.
WI   -ever the bridge  may be placed
it  will certainly be a great boon to
���       public    The   traffic   along  this
,     n  road has very much  inc..
during the past year to two. and it is
a matter  of some  difficulty  and  no
small danger to negotiate the railwaj
crossing and  its approaches  at  the
present  time.    More  than    this  the
bridge will greatly facilitate the construction of the proposed car line to ���
Port Moody.    Connection    with    this
rapidly growing town is badly needed,
and when this Is effected it will be
of   the   greatest   advantage   to   New -
Westminster.
reads .- follows: "The existing
rights any) of any persons or corporations in i_ty of the lands so to be
acquired by the company (_, & ti.)
:. it be affe ted by this act. nor
shall it affect military or naval reserve?. "
/The oniy point arguable is. hav*
squatters any rights? The Dominion
govern::..:;; i.us aeknowied-- ; that
they have. Surely a government that
poses and talks so loudiy about being
the friend of the working man and especially the pioneers ias the government of B. C. does) will acknowledge
��� squatters have rights. Then according to section 2$ of the E. & N.
Reserve Act their rights wen.- not affected by it.
Thet Settlers' Rights Act of 1904
gave those squatters one year from
Its date to prove their claim. Many
of those pioneers for various reasons
made no claim under the act of 1904.
Some of them are anxious to come in
now and prove their claims, since the
Privy council has decided that the
B. C. government can give them the
coal to which they had such a good
ciaim. Would you believe It? The
B. C. government refuses to extend
the time limit In the act of 1904 and
will not as yet consent to those pioneers coming in now to prove their
claims. A conservativ > who ran at
the last election as such was ono of
a delegation that lately walti d upon
the government to try to induce it to
L.jv.. those pioneers a chance now to
proi i ������ eir claims; bul Hi d. Does
that not prove that the upporter of
thi government did not Imagine that
it would treat pioneers as it proposes
to do.
"Deeds" not "words" tell. The
people returned this government to
oowor by an overwhelming majority,
but did they Imagine or think that it
wo'iH ��� - as it is doing? Please publish this action of the government
nnd thus opon the eyes of those of
i>= cunoorters who nre workine men.
T�� Is ifl *bp government thnt felr Itself morally hound to give the C. P.
R��� rhouEh claiming after the time
limit under some other railwny. about
half a million acres of land in the
Okannean district.
WATCHMAN.
F    ruary 21, 1910.
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_
JOE CLARK GETS BACH
THEN ROASTS THE OCEAN
THE
CANADIAN    BOAT   SONG.
The controversy as  :" the authorship of the Canadian  boat        g  has
been revived by Sir Hei   :   Lu y, the j
:        is   ���'Punch"   ��� mtrlb itor,   in   the
Cornhill    Muga^r... beautlfu
When   Safe  From  its  Spleen, Toronto
Writer  Says   Mean  Things About
Herring   Pond.
I
'    '        i     ..a is a grea-
bluff.    It is the greater blowh ird In
poem, which in iu compl(     form      -��� wr.rld    It needs a roast,   s    , -
t five    Btanz  -      -   iuoted    at
But It 1       ...   '���-
pathetic, pi       ���
that is gen      ly kn iwn:
i of th<
island,
Mou:
seas
Tet still i
..- in: bland,
���
brid
Fair I
md,
.body should expose It, and    ere goes
to write anyt
At   title   until   I   v.
- with it, but then	
in    for
il   ll     ] is n .    .
���
ble, for ii  bullies the  ���-���
���
If, ( ui in
valid,   the   ocean
and g p life.    It
....
they    wisl d      ������������ bile Ii i
But we i r father'i to play cards in the
land.' ���   room.    If a i    pi I thou-
Tl Ci,-        Urn,,-    T   linn '        '     ' '   '     '       '  '        !:   !     "' '    0Ut
^'l- " 3I '-���'-. the I po-
was unearthed by Mr. Chamberlain In   ���,,.. . . .-   ill!0   ,..,..,,   und
the days    when    he    was    carrying   poui        ��� -i hammers the vessels with
through Great Britain the Fiery cross > from all qu rters, and roars its
known    as    the    "unauthorized   pro-   thr?at8 thr��u��h the rlggLng. but when
a  Bhip of fifteen or twenty thousand
gram,   and 11 a tavern bs, where   ���,IiS  Bteamfl  out of pon you would
he  had  taken  up  the  Crofters ques-   not believe it  to be the same ocean,
tion,  that he quoted,  or  rather  mis-   so gently does it flow and so respect-
quoted the lines.    The beauty of the
.,.-d a general tat* i
and question, arose as to the authorship of the poem. The matter was
discussed in the press and Mr. Chamberlain was appealed to for information.    The   reply   came   that  It   was
ful is it.
Only the frailest passengers are
made ill by it, and those who are
| well when they en on hoard are never
made seasick. Whenever a pale and
wobbly passenger makes his first ap-
pearance on deck and looks venge-
fully on the sea you can pause In
your   walk,   partly   to   express   your
dug out of a back number of Black-   Bympathy for him  and  partiy  to let
woods  Magazine,  dated    September,   nim  k''      "   :   >'��"  haven't been 111
1829,  where  i,  Illumines  a "Nocte" \t mln,^el ^^ y��" (*me aboard, and
he will tell vou with whltr-nlnc trills
written by Lockhart, the friend and   and  handa  cWhlng tt)p gg g��
biographer of Sir Walter Scott.    But   that he  was far from well  when  he
the authorship of this "gem of purest,   sailed and that he had meant to see
ray Berene" still remains undlscover-   :\ ri"r',r,r anyway, but in tho haste of
u
n.
IAMi'I  IIMfm   i.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPOR
nil
COMPANY, Ltd.
Clearing Lines
IN
New Carpets, Rugs and Draperies
Axminsters, Wiltons, Brussels
Tapestries, Ingrains
An unusually large stock in all qualities. Our
Drapery Stock contains everything desirable in the
new Spring pattern. Let us help you to plan your
new home furnishings for Spring.
WOOLLEN GLOVES
Lidies' and Children's Sizes at
Extremely Low Prices
LPC^C  Furniture Emporium
JLaJ   I   ���'     b**r Le;'9 Block, Colurrbla 6treet,
NEW WESTMINSTER, !;. r
Phone 73.
THE prolonged cold snap we are experiencing has
made us sort up our stock of warm gloves-not
a very large number perhaps���but a splendid assortment of colors and sizes. You can well afford an
extra pair for yourself or the children at these
tempting prices.
Children's Ringwood Glove*. in white, black, navy, brown, cardinal and a large assortment of fancy mixtures. The lot to be
cleared at one price.    Regular value to 35c.   Special price, pair 25c
Ladies' Woollen Gloves, white, brown i fleece lined) and fancy
mixtures, all sizes. Regular 50c and 73c values. Special per
pair $ 35c
Women's Wrappers for 95c
A special offer of Print Wrappers, a wide range of colorings In
various designs.    All sizes, full  length.    Regular values to $1.76, tor
 95c
$7.50 Black Silk Waists for $4.50   |
A big snap in Silk Waists,  black    only,    tucked,    Btl ipped,    and    B
button trimmed, in effective ns.   Good i mg< Ri gular    fi
56, J-: 50 and  >7"       llueu  for $4.50
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FIRST CLASS  SERVICE.     BEST COOKING  IN THE CITY,    WHITE ���
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. "  ���
Holbrook Cafe
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK     HOTEL
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
.Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
HOLBROCK CAFE
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J. A. DRYDEN. Prop, j
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STATIONERY
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOL', IN
AND   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.
A Blanket Special
HI WW
Fifteen pairs only of Whlti   Wool l;'r \.'.-��� ^   slz<   60 by  .-. extra
Today worth $5. 0.    Special  for $3.75
ON   SALE   THIS   WEEK   ONLY.
Children's Golf Coats
A new lot just arrived, principally navy blue and cardinal, with
or without belt attached.    All sizes.    From    $1.50
Wool Toques, 50c
Just the thing for coasting.   Keep the children comfortable while
they are enjoying themselves.    Regular 75c.    Now   50c
TODHUNTER & BURR       .
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ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
V/ORKING��� DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Six-roomed two-story house in Sapperton. bath, \V. C., basin, flee- i
trie light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young fruit trees, lot i
cleared  and fenced.    Owner has  to  leave town, so will take
$1500
i NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY j
ed. The poem appears to have been
reprinted In Tail's Magazine of Juno,
i ��� ������ A few years ago, the lnti rest
in the poem was reawakened by Lord
Rosebery quoting it at the festival
dinner of the Royal Scottish Corpora-
departure was unable to do so. that
ordinarily he is a good sailor and
doesn't   really  call  the  present  pas-
' sage rough in the least.
Th,. trouble with him. he Bays, Is
.that he was run down and he is glad
that he was able to reach the steamer
before his illness overtook him, as hB
tion, when !.������ described it as 'nut- of would have ;i horror of lying Ul In
the most exquisite that has ever been i*-don without friends.     In nearly
written about the Scottish exile." f^ery r';,s". "'at is th" kir"l ���� man
-,   ���       .    ,, ,    tllf' ocean in its meanness attacks.
Then a fun he,- correspondence took Thet Atlantic i8 a good deal of a
place In regard to the authorship, in fraud as well, and it deceives little
the Times. Unfortunately Kir Henry 'children shamefully. In Sunday school
Lucy has not been able to settle this   books cl,il(,rf'n *""   pictures   of the
, TERMS���Half cash, and balance as   rent  at   $15   per   month,   or   In   payments   of   six,   twelve,  eighteen   and   twenty-four   months   at    seven    per
'cent. r-   . ,,  ������
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Carline.
PHONE 4T3
ocean with the tails of whales sticking up at various points on the horl-
z'li. or blowing water into the air
somewhere off the weather bow. Or
they sef. ;.n icehr-rg with a polar bear
"  _______^_ standing on a ledge uncertain wheth
er to swim off or continue passage to-
^i^^i{^,fr��,i)��ftjtt,a��i��^����i|��i)|iifjMi'��1>'IM> ward the south.    Or they look on  a
question, and It would seen that the
authorship of this like that of some
oilier popular and beautiful British
ballads, is never likely to be known.
��
(Correspondence
(The Dally New.; is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by Its correspondents.)
SETTLERS' RIGHTS.
Editor Dally News:
Sir,���The pioneers who squatted on
the _, & N. railway reserve seem to
have a bard time In getting their
rights.    Section  26 of chapter 14, of
i picture of sunset at sea.
There ls nothing In all this. You
see no sunbeams in winter, there Is
always B bank of cloud behind  which
ithe shivering sun retires: there Is no
slem of an Iceberg anywhere, and if
I a slntrle whale puts In an appearance
Iyou aro a.ways on the wrong side of
th" ship to see It. |
If you  co around to what  you call
I the lucky side of the ship and stand
| In the cold for a couple of hours looking in  vain for that whale, you learn
[on  returning to your chair that for
half nn  hour your friends have been
ttjoytag the antics of a half a dozen
P.   PEEBLES
Real   Estate   Broker  and   Financial  Agent
���>20  COLUMBIA ST.
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Watches...
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
41 Victoria being the Act of 1884, re-   porpoises  which   have    been     racing
forring lo the _. &  N. land reserve,   with   the   ship.     The   entertainments
the sea offers travellers are few and
badly managed.
The C. P. R. has done so many
things that we must hope that one of
these days lt wil, do something to
improve the scenery along the five
or six days' journey across the water.
There should be more whales where
there ls so much room for them, and
they look like creatures that would
respond to encouragement.
"I have been In various parts of
Europe during the past three
months." said a Canadian to me on
the Empress of Britain, "and nearly
everywhere on tln> continent, you may
see the name of the C. P. R. It does
a lonesome Canadian good to see It."
"GET   THE   HABIT"
CHINA CUPS
AND SAUCERS
(Clover Leaf)
TO CLEAR 10c EACH
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
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FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale city and suburban propertio-S
farming lands  and   waterfrontage, timber lands.
TELEPHONE  295.
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It LuRSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDONS
Dry Goods House
SPECIAL SALE OF
HOUSE LINEN
Bleached Irish Linen Table Damask, GO in. wide,
handsome pattern, special price, 50c per yard.
Bleached Linen Dolas, Bleached Butchers' Linen,
Draw Linen, special price, 35c to 65c per yard.
Linen Crash Towellings and Glass Linens, Special
price, 10c to 20c per yard.
Buy Madapolum for fine underwear,  unrivalled
quality, price 22c per yard.
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
NATIONAL
Finance Co.,
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
	
Real Estate, Loans
and  Insurance
SPECIAL TRAIN fOR    I
JEFF-JOHNSON FIGHT1
Con Jones Will Arrange For
B.C. Fans to see Championship Mill.
I Curtis Blk., G57 Columbia St.
(Upstairs)
$5000
will buy two houses and two lots on
! corner Fourth avenue and Third
] street.   Good terms.
will buy 13 acres, subdivided into
one-acre, blocks on Chilliwack tram
line close to river, only $2000 required, balance easy.
cash will handle a block of five lots
on Seventh avenue facing river.
Price   $2600.
SNAP���$200 secures a lot on Seventh
avenue    near    Second    street.     Price
$500.
Vancouver, Feb. ~:i.���Con Jones,
I president of the Vancouver lacrosse
I club and prominent local sport pro-
] motor, announced today that he will
! charter a special train to carry ISrit-
|lsh Columhla fans to lhe Jeffries-
Johnson light in July.
He    is    already    negotiating    with
Southern   Pacific  railway  officials  regarding  arrangements   for   a   special
j train   to  leave  here  on  the  night   of
I,July  1.
BOWLING
iThe New Westminster bowlers
took a game from the Vancouver men
lust night by the comfortable majority of 84. There was some first-class
howling Indulged in by men on both
teams, Sam South breaking out with
an average of l'il1, Ahrens (Vancouver) making a poor second With 183.
R. R. Monteith was the scorer and _.
O'Connor the foul line judge. The
score:
New Westminster.
Surrey Acreage
320 Acres
ON TOWN   LINE  ROAD, $100 AN ACRE.   TERMS EASY.
50 Acres
CORNER YALE AND JOHNSTON ROADS. NEW FIVE-ROOM
HOUSE, BARN, ETC. $80 AN ACRE. $2000 CASH, BALANCE ON
EASY TERMS. |
57 Acres
ON YALE ROAD, ALL SUBDIVIDED INTO TEN-ACRE BLOCKS.
$100 PER ACRE. [j    j       J
40 Acres
NEAR HJORTH  ROAD, $100 PER ACRE.
All the above acreage is admirably adapted for
Subdividing.
$2300
I will   buy   a   nice   six-room   house   on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
i Only $800 cash required.
$1900
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
will handle a modern twelve-room
house on Twelfth street, below
Fouith avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $5250.
Johndro    179 163
Gilchrist   Ufl 150
Steele   173 1s"'
Johnson 156 154
South  213 177
140
204
167
179
245
4S2
503
626
489
635
We control some of the best water frontage on the
Fraser river. If you are looking for an Industrial
site, see us.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R85 Branch Office Phone L85
$5000
870 S2P 935 2634
Vancouver.
Ahrens    169 213 166 548
Halstead  156 197 162 516
Oist    169 177 198 634
Clihurn    141 169 151 461
Hodge    153 183 166 492
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J.   BIRTCH
v.ill buy a modern nine room house
on lot 66 by 132, situated on Agnes
street, near First street. Only $1000
cash, balance one, two and three
years.
$500
ensh will secure a well built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
I
78    939    833 2550
LIONS  LOSE.
Bears   Just
Manage   to   Win   Out
One Goal.
By
_��1 7 Columbia Street.
$1800
EDMONDS   STATION
14 Lots left out of 38
will buy an eight-room house near
Kenry street, Sapperton. Only $600
cash required.
$1000
cash will  handle a fully modern nine-
i room   house   with   cement   foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing;   lot 66 by
132.  in   fruit.     Price $5250.
$2100
with
Only
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will   buy    FIVE   LARGF.    LOTS
. small  house, on Second street.
: $300 cash required.
$3000
cash will handle six large lets. In
fruit, with modern eight-room house;
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
In a first-class game of roller
hockey the Bears defeated the Lions
last night hy the score of five to six.
The boys show considerable improvement since the first game played
a couple of weeks ago. last night's
gnnio being of the real Stanley cup
variety. " ^W-|
Wright, who played point for the
losers, was the host man on the "ice"
rn all stages of the game. Harry
Tidy refereed and handed the penalties out with an easy grace thai
would have bpen the envy of Archie
McNaughton If that gentleman had
happened to he sticking around.
The teams:
Bears���Goulet,     Whittaker,     Huff,
! pjeber and  Sinclair.
Lions���Wright, Adams. Beatty. W.
Keary and P. Keary.
GAMENESS OE NELSON
ADMIRED BY SPORTS
NORDYKE REPORTED TO
HAVE   NOW  SURRENDERED
Spokane, Feb. 2:',.���After declaring
that he would make no further concessions, Lou Nordyke has capitulated to Cohn, and will he seen in the
Indians' uniform. Both parties had
been emphatic in stating that they
could yield no more in regard to
terms, but a great deal of pressure
has been brought on the owiner by
powerful fans, who were talking of
organizing a boycott if tlie first baseman's signature was not secured.
Colin declared that he could not be
ie a manager-
player's salary, but he bad offered
him better terms (ban any field captain In the Northwest was getting.
Wonderful   Bowling.
Rochester, N.    Y.. Feb. 23.���Larry
Sutton, who won the individual championship at   tlie last  American howling congress, established what is be-
|lieved   a   world's  ten-pin   record   last
Defeated Champion Made
$12,000 by his Battle with
Wolgast - lteceipts$37,575
San Francisco. Feb. 23.���The lightweight battle at Richmond yesterday   expected to pay Xordy
was  the  chief  topic  of  conversation   *' '"  --'-���������*   *���������*  '--
today among sporting men.
The name oftenesl on the tongues
of light followers, strangely enough.
Is not that of the new champion,
Wolgast, but that of Nelson, whose
game struggle against defeat was the
feature of the contest.
The former champion and his man-
lager had expected to leave this morning lor Chicago, but delayed their departure until Nelson learus the status
of llis theatrical engagements,
The attendance at the fight is estimated at between 13,000 and 1'5,000.
The receipts were $37,676, which
leaves a good margin for the promoters, as it was estimated that the light
cost  them $20,000.
Nelson w;;s guaranteed $12,000, win,
lose or draw, with $luoo for expense
money.
Wolgast    received   $3750   tor   his
end.
The moving pictures will prove vul-
Dick  Hyland  Loses Decision.
New      Orleans,    Feb.    23.���G rover
Hayes of Chicago last night won tlie
decision   over   Dick   Hyland   Of   California In a 10-round contest.
STAMP OUT GAMBLING
IN  ALASKA   CITY
ant
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
w
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a 1
$3900
snap.
E. J. FADER
will buy a beautiful ten-room house
on Third avenue, close to Sixth
street; lot 66x132. Terms one-third
cash, balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
$7000
cash will handle a three story business block covering a lot 66x132.
This property at the present time is
bringing In a rental of about $3500
per annum. Price $35,000, easy terms,
terms.
night, by averaging 251 for nine juable. Nelson bought a thirty-five
games, His scores were 252, 275, 199, !,���.,��� cent interest in them for $750. '
234, 267, 255. 211. 215. 272. |    Nelson  gives bis conqueror credit
  i for his victory, but maintains that he
Crystal Palace Loses. I himself trained too    long    and    was
London.  Fph.  23.���In   the  Southern   down to weight too soon.    It was the
Palace  lost  to   impression of  many  thai   Nelson did
not show his usual speed and accur-
Cordova, Alaska, Feb. 23.���A determined move to check a revival of
gambling here is under way today,
under the leadership of the United
States marshal. Seventeen men playing linker were arrested in a raid on
the basement of the Alaska building
last night. The cases will he tried
this afternoon. __|
SHE WORE FALSE HAIR
AND  NOW  HAS LEPROSY
league  today  Crystal
Southend by the score of 3 to 0.
Miss Sutton Beats Miss Hotchkiss.
Long Beach, Cal., Feh. 23.���Miss
May Sutton yesterday easily defeated
Miss Hazel Hotchkiss. American
champion, in two straight sets in the
finals of the Southern California ten-
' nis tournament 4-2, 6-3.
Telephone 295
cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
north side, with unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THESE LOTS
ARE  ALL  CLEARED AND FENCED
and   were   last  year
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
toes
planted
bi
in   potn
WE NEED THE ROOM
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^ w^.m.m
Good   terms  can   be   arranged.
$3800
buys two full-sized lots centrally located on Agnes street, close to school
and churches; cleared, can be delivered for $3800 cash.
55 acres in Langley, near Murray's
corner; V. W. & Y. runs through
property, station on one corner. Price
$50 per acre.
Nine acres on Scoit road, Z[/2 miles
from  Fraser  river bridge  and within
throw   of   the   Chilliwack
Price for a few days only
$600   cash   will    han-
Fight In 'Frisco.
San Francisco. Feb. 23.���The Jeff-
ries-.lolinson battle on July 4 will he
fought in San Francisco. This announcement was made late last night,
ending a conference between Tex
Rickard, Eddie Graney, Supervisor
John L. llerget, Sam Fitzpatrick and
Jim Griffin.
acy.
Tlie former champion w 1 not
criticise the action of Helen Smith
in stopping the fight, but declared
that he could have lasted until the
end, and was not withou In e that
ie might have landed a knockout
punch.
Nelson was as frisky as a boy today. Wolgast has not made amy
definite plan for the future, but intimated that he would take a long rest
before he re-enters the ring. He declared that he purposely played a
waiting game, as he desired to heat
Nelson by adopting his adversary's
favorite plan of slowly battering down
his opponent.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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SMOKER
Under tho auspices of the
Young Conservative Association
a Smoking Concert will bo hold
in the St. George's hall on Saturday evening, the 26th Inst., at
8 o'clock. A number ot tho up-
country members of tho Provincial House will deliver short addresses. There will be a musical
program, and refresments will he
Berved. All friends of tho Provincial Government are cordially
Invited to attend.
Young Conservative Club
J. SCHMERL, Secretary.
a   stone's
tram line.
$200  per  acre;
die.
$1000
cnue,
Langley and Surrey Acreage
�� choice   pieces   "'
We   have
acreage
several
of
on     the     WESTMINSTER-
acreage     ^ -
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Bur-
i naby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
| Good terms.
NATIONAL f INANCtCO., Ld
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
Tree Spray
AU kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers' Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
Detroit, Feb. 2li.���A strange skin
disease which physicians believe is
leprosy has developed In a young Detroit girl who was employed In a local
store where false hair of all kinds
is dealt in. Sonip time ago the girl,
whose name is withheld for obvious
reasons, noticed a peculiar skin trouble on her scalp and hands. The
hiotches grew In number, and. frightened at last hy the mysterious malady, she consulted physicians, two of
whom have declared that the patient
has contracted leprosy, while others
confess Ignorance of the nature of th��
disease. j
Dr. Andrew P. Riddle has sent out
a public warning to women who use
false hair, urging that tlrey discontinue It Immediately.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Workmen can sue you without cost to themselves and they have everything to gain
and small chance to lose by so doing.
Persons other than employees accidentally Injured about the
premises Invariably sue for damages.
Regardless of their own l'osponslbllty for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
On the slightest pretexts employees may sue you, even for accidents caused by the neg.lgenco of a feilow-workman, and the
suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
Employers and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
Credit of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business
firms ls sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
To go to law means .oss of time, money and useless annoyance
and worry.
Your profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident
unless you are Insured.
Only insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and
reduce your expenses to a minimum.
Under the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from ah such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
Plione 62 " Tlie Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St,
I
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The Big Move Ss Towards
9WfrrW
TON
"K^iff' *.!'ti*]
And It's Up to You to Decide
$300
If You Will Buy At
easy Terms
$36 Down and $8 a month
TO-DAY, or wait till to-morrow and pay 25 per cent advance.
You know your own affairs best, but we tell you that if it's a snap you are
after, you won't do wrong by buying to-day.
We shall keep open till 10 o'clock to-night, and after that we will not take
$300 from anyone.   Hustle now and get in before the price goes up.
POR FULLER PARTICULARS SEt ONLY
Welsh. Evans
6 Guichon Block
Over Annandale's Grocery
Dar'e
Entrance McKenzie Street
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Phone 512        New Westminster, B.C.        Phone 512
ii .UR8DAY,  FEBRUARY 24,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.       J
IpARTMENT    OF    MILITIA   .AND
DEFENSE, OTTAWA.
Iealed  tenders   Uu  duplicate)   tor
. supply of coal ti1"! fuel wood relied to beat thu Military Buildings
victoria,    Vancouver    aud    New
BtoluBter, B. C, for the year end-
March 31, 1911, will be received
|{n Monday, March 14, next.   Eacl
der i�� ,0 oe ������UJ"��tea'  "Tender for
IpI " and addressed to the Secretary
Tt|'lt. MlUtla Council, Ottawa.
Prinr�����<I forms of lender containing
particulars can be obtained from
Secretary of the Militia Council,
law a,  or  at  the  ollice  of   tho  Die-
t'i   Officer   Commanding,   Victoria,
will  furnish all  information  reid.
di tender must l>u accompanied
i ,,��� accepted cheque, on a Cuna-
lii chartered hank, payable to the
���er of the Honourable the Minister
IMIHtla and Defense, for live per
Li nf the amount of the tender,
Jjcli will be forfeited il the party
|j;inc the tender decline to sign a
I- cl when called upon to do so.
| ��� mlli' be not accepted the
I   ,   ..in be returned.
Departmenl  does noi   hind  it
. ci pi 'lv lowesl or anj  ten-
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
.   Minister   of   MillMa   and   De-
-    Ottawa, Feb. 4. 1010.
TRUNKS,
VALIES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in'[town
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
It will he safe while you leave
It, and ready when you need it,
and  H  will  bo
All The Time
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may he deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in
Ontario,   Quebeo
West.
and   the
n OF NEW WESTMINSTER
(TENDERS FOR  SEWER  PIPE.
the Council is desirous of receiving
���ders for the supply of Vitrified
i    i [pes.
\ ations, approximate quanti-
and further information can be
luiied from the City Engineer.
\\\ tenders must be delivered to
lerslgned, marked "Tenders
��� Sewi r Pipes," by 5 p. m. ot' Feb-
b 21, 1010.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
rlip time for receiving above ten-
Is I is been extended to the 28th
I   al 5 p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN',
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
leather and fibre bound,
brass   corners.      Prices
Trunks,
with
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. toJ$18.
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Graccy, Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracttirers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes-Large Stock]_Plain^and
Fancy Glass
Farmers    Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Tel*��ohone 12.
New .Westminster
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j    SKATE
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1 at   the
PI-MI I ips|1__- _H
5|| HOURS: |
DiS'i ;_t   of   New   Westminster.
1.7 nt tlce, that thirty da).s after
le. I. Alexander Cruickshank, far-
\ itsqui, B. C, intend to ap-
lei nse tn prospect tor coal
I  '   li i in on the following des-
\ uds:
I al   a  pOB(   set   at   the
ttheasi   corner of  District   Lol   66,
)'jp 2,  Ni w   Westminster  District,
:     ked  Alexandi r Cruickshank's
u ner; thence wesl to the
I n  of   the sectl*-    line be-
������ ���        'iu  31  and   32,  township
southern    boundary of
��� Lol  64, group 2. New West-
I Dl trlct,    thi nee  smith    one
I -   ��� asl   one  mile;   thence
In mile to the point "I" com-
[    ���   nl and containing ahout 640
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
I   '        28, r.no.
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
HOURS
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;    Skates   15c
a On    Saturdays.   10   to    12,
���       all   school   children   will   be
X      furnished skat��s for 10c.
�����������������������������<
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
p. burns & co.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
__u
CANADIAN PACIFIC Bank of Montreal
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings..
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
I'       notice that l.  Elizabeth  Mc-
jullnWi Bell, of Vernon, Ii. C, intend
i apply  for  a license  to  prospect
|r coal and petroleum on the follow-
k described lands:
���Commencing at a post  marked B.
Bell's southeast corner, set ahout
<" mile  south   of  the  point  where
������� section  line  between   Townships
p am! 16 intersect with the southern
pnndary  of  District  Loi   46,  proup
New  Westminster district,  thence
���'���st one-half mile, thence north one
ill'', thence east one-haif mile to the
Mnt where the section line between
townships 13 and lfi  Intersect  with
B"1 southern houndarv of District Lot
group   2,   New  Westminster  dis-
lri<',. thenoe  south  to the polni  of
piMnenremcnt,  a distance  of  about
pin. mile,
ELIZABETH MoCULLOCH BELL.
January 28, 19m.
Per Oeortre B. Connor. Apt.
B. C. COAST  �� ERVICE.
Sailings from C. 1J. R. wharf, Vancouver.
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. daily.
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. daily; 11 p. in.
Monday.
To Union and Comox���2 p. m.
Tuesdays and  Thursdays.
To Alaska and .Northern B, C���11
p. m. January 8, 15 and every following  Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of call���
S a. m. Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, D. C.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   1'ass.  Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W  RAILWAY CO.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
,t(' the east half of section 30, block
^ North range fi, Westminster, New
���Westminster district.
...Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
r'nlcate No. 921 r>F, issued ln the name
I'1 '���' A. L. McAlplne, has been filed In
lulls office
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
. " Hie expiration of one month from
���"Mate of the first publication here-
11 i" a dally newspaper published ln
��� '"' City of New Westminster, issue a
| duplicate of the  said  Certificate, un-
'6'8 In the meantime valid objection
np made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
wimi Registry Office, New Westmln-
stp|'. B. C, January 27, 1910.
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
Thomson block, market
square, phone 388.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
PITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
branches throughout Canada aua
Newfoundland, and iu London, F.ug-
land, Nf w York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit*
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker   Wharf    for   Ladner,
i Westham ;island and   way
Atlantic Express Leaves! points at 2 o'clock, returning
AUauuc k*y Qn the following moming
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
making direct connections for all
...lints in Eastern Canada and United
ffiea Revelstoke local and conneo-
Hon for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent,
or 0 H__FOSTER1A.G.P.A. Vancouver
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT ST., WINDSOR BLOCK
oroDrletress. Mrs. M. Doming.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
Corner Eig_ti St. *.n��    ViftH Areas*
PHONE  *7U
TIIE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared hy expert white
cooks In the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  in  the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
645  COLUMBIA STREET.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
-*r   Mr. Architect, You
\ijj& Make No i.iistake
if you specify our materials.
The quality of lime Is a very
essential factor to he 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 ui) our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
COPYRIGHT/
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of ah anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
Estimates Given. Phone 5OT.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
,m ^_rcrssr'"'
NEW WESTMINSTER       ���        B-C>
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
ii
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
CKinaJ
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'Si
BIG   BOOK   8T0RE.
665 Columbia Street.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Ho'isf' etrlc Sad Iron is the greatest boon pos
sible. No W w lPssened the  household  labor.    The  Electric
Sad iron simple that a child can operate it; nnd lt can be used
ln any part of the house where there ls an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call in and let us Bhow
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Remember this when
��� you want anything in
I * these lines.
1
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 94.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co. 2_2_S_AND FEED MERf'HAN���
I
I r   PAGE EIGHT.
THE D\iLY NEWS.
J^SOAY.  FEBRUARY ^_
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WA&Klr G   MACHINES
W^SH TL'BS
WASH   BOXERS
WRINGERS
WASH    BOAR3S
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES  LINES
PULLEYS.
If you are noi supplied we can
supply you.
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Mrs. E. D. Lennii   Bl
will not reo< I   \ again unt
Thursday In Maj.
street,
fourth
Call
dinner
The  Ro;
after theati
for
upper.
lunch.
**
Dick Sawyer, the well known foot-
hall player, is in the Royal Columbian
hospital wtih an attack of rheumatism.
Striking and original decorations of
irtistic merit, an individual
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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51 treatment   for   each   house.       See   I
I Hudson, Sixth street.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
i ta, try the N'ew Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
Th,. steamer Transfer was able to
make her regular trips yesterday
without    difficulty, in    spite    of    the
.presence of considerable floating ice
In the river. The Heaver did not leave
I the dock.
Judge Howay has handed down a
decision in the case of Ohen vs. Far-
quharson, an action entered by a real
estate agent at Central Park for nonpayment of commission. The defendant disputed the claim on the
grounds that it was the understanding that the commission was not tn
he paid until the purchaser had paid
half the purchase price to the defendant. This the purchaser failed
to do, and the owner refused to pay
the commission. He is confirmed in
this action hy the decision, which
dismisses  the action  with  costs.
The remains of the late J. B. Sargenl   were  interred  yesterday in  the
Odd   Fellows   cemetery.   Rev,   .I.   S.
Henderson   officiating  at   the   burial
service.    The pallbearers were six of
the members of the F. O. E., of which
Ithe  deceased   was  a   member.    The
'relatives of the dead  man  live  at  a
j distance and were unable to be present at the funeral.
If you need furniture of any kii '���
linoleums, oil cloths, carpets or i; *-
ting, at a saving to you of ten to
twenty-five per cent on your pi -
chases, see W. E. Fales, Agnes
street. ***
Walgamutt's  orchestra
ance at The Royal Cafe.
i:i     attend-
j   HARDMAN'S 11 Mineral Water
I
HARDMAN      BLOCK.
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alaFy
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Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
I. HEMLEY
iMEW   WES TMINSTER,    B.   C.
'ephone 13. office. Eighth  St
An Interdenominational Sunday-
school convention will be held here
on March 13 a;id 1-1 Meetings will
be held on the Sunday afternoon In
Olivet Baptist church and on Monday
afternoon and evi ning In St. Andrew's church. Stephe ��� Merrltt, International Sunday-school organizer,
will be present and will be assisted
hy Rev. Mr. Williamson, of Vancouver, provincial organizer.
The entrance to tiie office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, is on
Sixth street. Take the main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the left. Drop in an I
see the secret of the memorial.     ***
Now i* the time tn see about your
ii m.-. decoration. At tie' same time
sei   .. Hudson on Sixth stret. **���
Joseph Brown, a young man of Mud
Bay, was accidentally shot yesterday
while out hunting near Ids home.
He slipped and fell, the gun exploding and several shoti entering his
leg. He was brought to the Royal
Columbian hospital, where it was
found that he was not wounded seriously. He will probably be able to
leave the hospital within a da:
two.
Is  obtained  by  those
earn it.    A course in
qualii
to
or
Higher /.ccounlin
Shorttail rM!
Tone!) Typewriting
will   inci
your
at
salary   if   taken
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.  ECUGK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
Give -arei_! /Uieniion
t( 'founts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, end shall be pleased to
oi""t or correspond with those who
couvemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
lf  you haven't a  Savings  Account
NOW is the best time to start one
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
I (Incorporated 1S69)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve        5,700.000
Total  Assets      70,000.000 j Corbould
New   Westminster,   R.   C.   Branch
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
i    I' i ' son's   stock
seen at ont ���
Pauline Johnson,
Sapperton, Tuesday
1.   :Ajc and 50c.
��������� ��� 11   pap< i .-
* * ���
Prim hall,
evening,   .March
For fiesb  Carnations, promptly delivered,  phone   R208,   Davles'  Oreen-
house. **
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4 1-2 Acres close to new carline, one acre
cleared and in cultivation, good new house, stable
and outbuildings.
$800 Per Acre
Half Cash, balance to arrange.
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W. S. ROSE,
746 Columbia Street.
The New Westminster branch of
the Needlework Guild has been reorganized by the local Council of Women. At a meeting held yesterday
afternoon the following officers were
elected for the year: Honorary president. Mrs. Brymner; president. Mis.
Beatty. first vice president, Mrs.
second vice president.
Mrs. Collister; third vice president.
Mrs. Webber; fourth vice president.
Mrs. Roth well; secretary. Mrs. Curtis; treasurer. Miss Briggs. Mrs. C.
S. Keith, president of the local Council of Women, presided at the meeting.
For fir<--t-ciass cut flowers and any
*i��'i of Floral work, telephone Uavie-'
Grei nhouse. R20S ������
Clients  with   $200 (mo  to  invest   in
business or semi-business property in
New   Westminster   are    desirous    of
petting   in   touch   with   owners,    Ad-
j dress replies to P. O. Box 135, city. *
Have you seen my new stock of
wall papers? I. Hudson Sixth
street. ��**
TELEPHONE 655.
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NOTICE.
A   reward   of   $50.00   is  offered  for
thi:   recovery   of   the   body  of   I;.   j.
D'Arcy,   who   was   drowned   'iff     the
Fraser river bridge mi  the  11th hist.
J. W. Mcintosh,
Chief of Police.
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buys
Vin AT.  Sr  inPPUTic " J
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Bloc!:. New Westminster
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven-room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW8
\F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
******* f "'T.';'������nv',��iwii
The Largest
Range of
W" ____���'
ritish Columbia
Full Range of Sizes
in "Little Darling"
Hose
Tan, Black, Cardinal and
Cream. In sizes 4 to ' 1-2
Inches. Our Spring Btoctc
of this popular Hose for
children now in. We regrel
that We have not been able
to fill all orders for "Little
Darling," but it seems impossible jor us to obtain
enough of every size whenever required. This special
order was placed last October and has just now arrived.
New Covert
Coats
$7.50 and $8.75 each
Two special lines of Lillies' and Misses' Covert
Coats in plain or striped
materials, made in seven-
eighth fitting, newest fitting
shape, long roll collars and
fancy strapping. A few individual coats are trimmed
with soutache braid, all
well tailored and finished.
Bach $7.50 and $8.75
Fine Swiss Embroideries
Children's Spring Reefers
$4.25 to $7.50 Each
wunour lining.    Seams all n ell finished.    Sizes from 4 to 12 years.    Bach  $4.25 to $7.50
Handsome Black and Navy Cloth Suits,
$17.50 Each
silk SCIMS <''o,h Suits, ,n seml-flttlng BtyK_, well tailored. Coats made with fancy
Pleats from jSo    _Lh.   .. "TT*'.''. *TZ �� **�������� **��*. *Wi made with yoke effect^
Boys' and Girls9 Sweaters
IargeJerSLSrSeflt��rvlS!w "��W ^'l"8, R*cont ftrriva,a P,!,C(' before our customers an unusually
or with rimmin* ofnon i '''' ga1rment��f' Colo's are Navy, Iirown, Green, Cardinal ami White, pW��
o.   with tnmmlng of contrasting color.    Specially priced this week at   ,75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Special Clearance of Woollen Gloves, 25c per pair
Blac^l^le^Scl^^tto^8^ JS^. ^ ."-��� W^ T^tf
W. S. COLLISTE!
CO.
THE STORE FOR YEMEN'S WEAR.
.��5_B*SK1
A well known traveller for one of the lai
Lace houses in the world,  made the remark, after
looking through our sample books, that we had the
best range of Laces and Lace Trimmings in B. C.
We feel proud of the fact and are confident that I
such is the case.   During the last few days we have
further added to our stock.
New French
Valenciennes Laces
Imitation    Lin. n    Torchon,
Real    I.in. n    i
tesc    Lace,    Footing   Lace,
Guipures,   Si ���    ���> .-
entaJs and _ vari-
etles.
Laces  pro ml Si used
more  than  ever  tl
See   our   range   bi tore you
choose
Special Sal~ of Wool
Tarns and Cap^
A clearance s .'��������� ol these
Tarns and Stocking Caps i.i
the order from thi  Ml  <
Section.    Sultab ���   I     bi ya
and girls.    Useful ai d com-
fortable   for   cold   wea
use.     Th<.   redin lions are
most  timely and accept
Specially priced
at   ..   . .25c, 35c, 50c and 75c
mmm��?m*w*ms��-i

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