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FI~RE     |
INSURANCE
mMAT^, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���OU MIC 5,  NUMBER 48.
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ON LORD'S DAY ACT
L i Pc
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, 1). C, MONDAY  MORNING, FEBRUARY
mm.
FIN i: CENTS PER COPY.
Li iMINfi FlRh
URNS iiBOF OtF HOUSE
fAIR AND FAlWOyS
AMERICA?. GIRL
r* t* it
itL
��v. W.M. Rochester Spaaks
| on Cause of Sunday Closing
Lf Post Office.
l,e  [,ord's   Day   Alliance   side   of
. ay closing question was ably
lore a muss meeting ol nn n
i iu t:ie Crystal theatre yesterday
pri4ooii     The meeting could hard-
, nieil   representative,  as  all
,b(;in c�� .-im d to favor the enforce-
Hl (i Hie Lord's Day aci and there
ilnij   noma  men  In the city
,, ,,|,. ;uu if that opinion.    How-
i..,;i.y (.; the prominent mm of
city, nt Lding L. B. Lu&by, presi-
..,   i.i ui d oi trade, Aldei man
Cunei   Smith,   Ex-Ahlernian  Alex-
,.. Darren, Kev. J. s. Henderson,
,. .,. DeB. Owen and Kev, Robert
the last iiamea gentleman be-
(���l   the  meeting,    were
Damage   Estimated   at   Several   Hundred  Dollars Caused  by  Blaze
Which   Started   In   Garret.
,'
.li ii.an
It-Si Ut.
J :.       oducing  the speaker of the
��� i.  Kev.   V\'.  M.  Rochesi  i. ol
|lni       .  Rev.  R.  Lennie remarked
- imprt Bsion liad gum. alii oad
I the Lord's Day Alliance was
Irmed for the purpose of making
lopli good by law, but as a
jattei ol fact, nothing was further
I purpose.
J h        opening remarks, Mr, Roch is
I      i ��� a few moments In dispellin ;
He   said   thai   it   was   the
ol   some  people  thai   the  Alia attempting to drh e pi ople
It < hui 'ties by cosing up eve y
,\. ���      of % .cape  by  making;   ii   Im-
for   t hem   to   go   anywhere
This  mistaken   Impn BSlon  was
caused by the fact thai many
'.  Te   Interested   in    the
���   ��� al  the public found    it
disassociate   the   ministers
thing thai had not Bome di-
m ctlon   with  the churches,
whole    Lord's   Day    Alliance
I .      nl had for II i obji cl the wel-
pre of human  beings,  both  trom a
I ' and a moral  viewpoint.    The
as not to di Ive men Into the
bul   to   give   every   man   a
��� - ���' rest, if not Sunday, then some
P'' ���  day,  bul   Sunday  once    in    a
.i thai he could attend church
' i   were so minded.
e welt known fact," said the
���afcei   "that   a   man   wbo  takes  one
���  i  every week   goes fui ther,
ore and lives longer, than any
\'       nan."
ipeaker did net  like the way
lllance  was  continually  repre-
For Instance, he had read in
(C mtlnued  on  Page Three).
I I
A fire which broke out about one
o'clock in the garret of a bouse occupied by Capt. udeii and George
Saunders on Sixth street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, did ilani-
;���.'��� amounting to several hundred
dollars before being mastered by the
fire brigade, which turned out in response to a call from Box 36 at a
quarter after one o'clock.
The roof of the house and the garret were burned out. Considerable
damage was done to the. furniture by
water, but no estimate Of this could
be obtained lasl night. The house
and contents were fully  insured.
Halls N'os. 2 and Z responded to
thy call.
Young Woman who Secured
Decision in Supreme Court
Pays Business Visit.
PEOPLE FEARED LOST ON
LONG TRIP ARE SAFE
Mecca, Cal., Feb. -IT.���Growing
fears that Walter Hansom and wife of
Saratoga Springs, Xew York, who
were on a transcontinental automobile nip have losl their lives In a
deserl sand storm, were dissipated tonight, when the travellers arrived
here, weary, thirsty and hungry, but
rati"  the  worse for their experience.
RIO
iliiU   tlLJUITILI
N PHILADELPHIA
Motormen and Conductors
Beaten by Strike Sympathizers���Seventy-five arrests
Philadelphia, Feb. 27.���Cars were
stoned, motormen and conductors
beaten, and many passengers were
Btruck by flying missiles lu the rioting, which was resumed this afternoon, after a day of quiet.
Nearly a dozen riot ca.ls were
sent. in.
Seventy five arrests were made.
The director of public safety lias
Issued an order that wagons and buggies must not use the main street
car lines.
The   Philadelphia    Rapid    Transit |
company slightly increased the nuiii- j
ber of cars ln operation, according to
company officials, and several  lines I
in outlying sections were opened for
the  first   time.
Miss Ida li. Allison, a young woman wh , tved for Ler distant relatives, Hi Cherokei Indians, 400,uuu
at ret ol .. .i'l taker from the tribe in
11)07, was at the Hotel Russell on
Satuiday. Miss Auison, about a year
ajio, brought her sua against tue
government in iue name oi hersell
ajij. family, a. was brouyni ugulusi
luc advice of ...may and friends, bin
met wim su;    ns iu every court.
'lhe Unite,, males government in
ii-i" gave ij the Cherokee, Choctaw
and i nicKii aw tribes certain parts oi
the present state ot Oklahoma in lieu
of tueir country east oi the iviissia-
sippi river. The tribes settled on tne
lands and held title in common until
the government, through its agents,
portioned it among the various members and gave them patents.
Tbey remained there iu undisputed
possession uniil March I, m07, when
Secretary of the Interim Hitchcock,
ticting on the advice of Attorney d n-
ei-al Bonaparte, Btruck from the records 2,000 names, declaring that they
bad not lived up to the tribal rules
and had forfeited the title given them
by the government.
By a recent decision < ' the supreme
court of the United ! tates, these
2,000 people have been t Instated In
their homes and Miss Alii-on has
proved herself a friend indee ' to her
far removed but Interesting I 'ndred.
Miss Allison is one-sixteenth Cherokee. She has the interests of the
Cherokee nation at heart and is pro': 1
of her red blood. In appearance sh '
is  a   typical   American  girl.
Miss .Allison is manager of Mrs.
Harriet R. Labadle, who will shortly
vi.it N'ew Westminster on her tour
of the world and deliver here a series of lecture recitals under the auspices of the Women's Educational
club. 4'aVfgWf
M'-s. T.nbadie appeared in a series
of lecture recitals in Washington.
D. C, under the patronage of Mrs.
Charles W. Fairbanks, Mrs. Marcus
\ Hanna, Mrs. Oliver Winded
Holmes   and   Mrs.   JobU   Hay.
EADY 10 CALL OUI
EVERY UNION MAN
Philadelphia May Be In
Throes oi General Strike
By Next Saturday.
Philadelphia, Feb. 27.���Action,
fraught wi u possible momentous con.
sequences to Philadelphia, was taken
by the ' entral Labor union tonight,
When that body, representing 140
unious, which claim a membership of
L26,l 0, decided there may be a
BfmpatJetlc strike by next. Saturday
to I elp the Street Railway employees.
i'iiis decision came at the end of a
meeting of 7l)0 delegates, wliich last-
t .1  more than six hours.
There was apparantly no question
thai the delegates would vote to
strike. The only possible spiit was
on the question whether the strike
should be started at once. The more
conservative element prevailed, and
the walkout was put off until Saturday.
Meanwhile there is hope thai the
Street Railway strike will be settled
despite the repeated declarations of
the transit company, controlling all
the affected lines, that there is "nothing to arbitrate."
There was surprise at the unanimity of the vote in favor of a general
strike. For several days the question has been discussed and there was
a mixed sent! nenl as to the wisdom
of calling out i 11 classes of workmen.
Leaders of unions said they were
opposed to a general strike being
brought on. as this would Involve the
matter   of   brokt n   trade   agreemets.
Others do-hted their ability tn order all workmen to lnv down their
tools nnd have the order obeyed.
There is nn douht. however, nf the
sfrength nf the feeling that unionism
is ai stake nnd the consconrnt feeling that n fight to preserve the union
is necessary.
POPULAR MEN PURCHASE
LOCAL OOWLINK ALLEYS
R.   E.   Monteith  and   Harry  S.   Walsh
Buy   Recreation   Parlors���Now
Under   New   Management.
S SERVICE 10
COSI MORl in west
WORKMEN WILL BE SCARCE
IN MANITOBA THIS SPBING
DAMAGE   $25,000.
Business   Block   at   Macleod    Is   Attacked by Fire.
Macleod. Alta.. Feb. 27.���Fife broke
out this morning in the Drier block
from an overheated furnace. The
building was saved, but the occupants
E��*ered damage to an extent of
$25,000.
The Front street bowling alleys
changed hands on .Saturday, tbe
purchasers being ft. E. (Ernest)
Monteith and Harry S. Walsh, who
bought from J. K. Harden, who had
been  anxious to sell for some time.
Commencing today, the alleys will
be under the management of l'hil
Wliiette, who was connected witli the
place for a time after it was opened.
It. R, Carver, wbo was manager up
to the end of last week, will remove
io  Vancouver.
Thy 'wo young men who have acquired possession of the alleys are
well known in Westminster, and their
popularity should go a long way towards making their first venture into
business a success. Mr. Walsh has
been here only a comparatively short
time, but Mr. Monteith is almost aia
old timer, having been in this city
about four years, which, for a printer,
is an age indeed. Besides being interested in several branches of sport,
he takes an active interest in .abor
and political matters, being president of the local Typographical union
and vice-president of the Trades and
Labor  council.
Railway Commissioners give
Ruling which will Increase
Cost of Telegraph News.
IN CLASSED
AS AN UNDESIRABLE
Celestial who Married white
women wanted in England
for Embezzlement.
lEYOLUTIONISTS THREATEN
INVASION OE NICARAGUA
|Gener,-d     Chommora     Again   on   the
Scene, But Most of his Followers Are Not Armed.
San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Feb.
I-A���Advices received here state that
[General Chommorra has re-appeared
Ineai Pasodepar Aloya, Most ol bis
Ifollowers are reported to be without
larms,   Their number Is unknown.
Spits   report     that     revolutionists
jhave gathered in Costa Rica and are
threatening tlie Invasion   of   Nicaragua
Presldenl   Madriz    has   wired  the
ua   minister     to   Costa     Itica
""' information     that     Men raguans
''"'<���  preparing   to   Invade   Nicaragua.
"c requests the minister to ask tl"1
Costa Mean government to prevent
tola invasloi. ,i i '
Death of George Trawford.
George Trawford, formerly a B. C.
'��� R employee, died yesterday as a
,,,sul1 of internal abdominal Injuries
Ined In the .11 C. K. R. wreck at
Ukevlew on November 10. After the
Wcidenl the late Mr. Trawford re-
!,1,,ilj'd one month ln the Genera,
hospital, Vancouver, then removed to
tne Royal Columbian hospital, this
oity, where has was under treatment
'Or rm,r weeks. During the past month
"' had been at his home, 508 MeMnr-
. " street, where he passed away. He
'''!U,,s a widow and three small ehil-
<"'""��� a boy and two girls, to mourn
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE WINS
TWO   GAMES   FROM   M'GILL
Two fast basketball games were
played here Saturday night, when the
senior and junior teams of Columbian college defeated two fives from
McQlll cohege, Vancouver. Both
games were keenly contested, and if
was only by a Bhade thai the New
Westminster boys managed to pull
out victories. The senior team beat
McGill by 25 to 21, in the closing
minutes of play, while the victory of
the junior five was even narrower,
as they had to go overtime In order
to get the long end of a 19-17 score.
Carrie Nation Coming to Spokane.
Spokane, Feh. V?.���Carrie, the great
Carrie Nation, Is coming to this city.
She Is duo here May 1, nnd will remain exactly four days, and will deliver some soul-Inspiring oratory relative to the demon  rum.
Deceased was an English-
roan bul came here from Calgary last
:;"; Ho was a member of the Ma-
������>c order, nnd his funeral will take
Place under the auspices of that body
A1 T'i,.s<l;,y afternoon, the cortege
wa-vlnn the K. of P. hall nt half past
,     "Yin,.* for the 1. .0 O. F. eeme-
�����*���������������������������������������������*
*      s��k   Money   for   Hospital.      ���
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ALLEOEB BBAFTEB8 ABE
FREE AFTER LONIi TBIAL
Boise, Idaho, Feb. 27.���William
V. Kettenbach, George II. Kester, and
William L. Dyer, whose trial on a
charge of conspiring to defraud the
government of valuable timber lands
was settled yesterday when the accused  were  acquitted by the Jury.
The verdict ends a case which has
been on the docket of the United
States court in Idaho for five years.
Kettenbach and Kester, at the time
of the indictment, were president and
cashier respectively of the Lewlston
National bank. 	
Local Boys Win.
The Vancouver Model school sent
two football teams over on Saturday
to try conclusions with elevens^representing Lord Kolvln and Central
schools. The Westminster boys won
both games, scoring twice to their opponents nothing In each event. MO
Dyke rofereed the first match and
Mgeotty" Grant handled the whistle
in the second.
Zbyseo   Wins   Again.
woik.
Although   Winter   Is   Still   Far   From
Over in Prairies, Labor Market
Is  Active.
AMERICA WILL STAND
ALGNE AS TO CHINA
Winnipeg. Feb. 27.���Although the
winter is not by any means over, the
labor market Is already beginning to
show indications of Increased activity
and in another two weeks many contractors will have started engaging
men for work, some Immediately and
others for the spring.
"There will be work for every
man," said a well known contractor,
"with the construction In the west
which is being planned. With the
present outlook for building in Winnipeg nnd the west, nnd with the general expansion of business which is
evident, men are going to be scarce"
NANAIMO SPORTS WERE
STUNG IN WRESTLING MATCH
Nanaimo, Feb. 27.���Nanaimo wrest-
lis sports were stung again last night
when Sine. Swansou, of Nanaimo, and
Virgil Venables, of Seattle, wrestled
a handicap match, Swanson agreeing
to throw Venables twice wiihiu au
Hour Swanson got the first fall In
V, mtutes, but failed to get another.
The consensus of opinion was that lie
did not want another, for immediately a?ter the contest the principals
signed articles for a straight match
io be pulled off here in the near future There was not a dollar side bet
up, the men only wrestling for the
gate, which was a good one, and -ast
night's match Is looked upon as a
pullcton for the next contest. Nanaimo (ports have boon stung too often,
B��d ihe result will be that the wrestling game will be killed here if such
tactics b'c   continued.
60 TB. HURDLE RACE RECORD
BROKEN IN NEW TORN
New York, Feb. 27.���Melvln Shep-
pard the champion middle distance
runner, was beaten last night by a
yard In a heartbreaking finish by
Hurry Glsslng, ot the N.Y.A.C., Hi
a 100 yard scratch race, at the annual indoor games of Fordham unl-
vrrsltv Jaik Bert in 7 3-5 seconds,
beat llartranft, the former University
of Pennsylvania timber-topper, in a
sixty  yard hurdle race.
The previous record. 8 1-fi seconds,
was made twenty years ago by Alex
Jordan of the N.Y.A.C.
United States, if Necessary, to Oppose
Any   and   All   Powers   Regarding   Railway.
Washington, Feb. 27.���To stand all
alone against auy aud all powers if
necessary is the slogan of the slate
department in ueu.lug with the Chinese situation, which, as reflected in
Washington today, is considered serious. The first blow will be dealt soon
by Secretary V. C. Kuox and will
mean the rejection without explanation of the Russian counter proposal
to build an independent railway line
in China so as to leave the Russian
aud Japanese system disassociated
from the point under contention.
This rejection is expected by the
French, British and Russian ambassadors the first part of next week, Mr.
Bryce, the Eng.lsh envoy, was recalled hastily from Florida to deal with
this matter.
The Russian government proposes a
railway to extend further westward
than the proposed Algun-Chinohow
Railway, which hy a wide detour
westward, wold avoid thv aesert between Knlka and Frga. This, however, ls objected to by the powers
because lt would give Russia too
strong a strategic power, as the proposed branch wouid touch the Russian railway now ln operntlon.
AMERICANS  WIN  TWO
BIG OXFORD EVENTS
Oxford, Eng��� Feb. 27.���The hammer throwing and quarter-mile events
of the Oxford University meet was
won today by George E. Putman, of
Kansas, and L. S. Hull, of Michigan,
both Rhodes scholars at the university.
Put man threw the hammer 151 feet
and B Inches. Hull ran the quarter-
mile in 52 2-5 secods. Putman's throw
breaks the lnter-varslty record of 136
feet in Inches, established ln the Oxford-Cambridge meet In 1909.
Halifax, N.S., February 27.���The
Allan steamer Corsican with the Canadian mails came in from Liverpool
after encountering the worst storm hi
her history, which was met two days
after leaving port. Siie had 10ti2
passengers, 18o of which are for the
Viiit.d   States.
When the steamer docked, John
Brown, a Chinaman who came to
Canada ten years ago, and was naturalized and settled in Lethbridge,
Alberta, was arrested by the immigration authorities on tbe strength
of a cable from the Canadian High
Commissioner in London.
John Brown went on a visit from
Canada to England six months ago.
There he met a fine looking girl of
twenty-five years, who married him
and who is now with him under lock
ind  key on  board the  steamer.
The cable stated that Brown was
an embezzler iin England and an undesirable for Canada, and asked that
he should be sent back. The steamer
that brought him over will return
the Chinaman and his pretty wife
to Liverpool.
Ottawa. Feb; -7.���A ruling of great
importance regarding the press of
eastern Canada was issued by the
eastern board of railway commissioners Saturday, in the form of an interpretation of the order of the board issued a few weeks ago im relation to
it h graph rates.
By the original order it was understood that telegraph companies wen-
directed to discontinue flat rate business in Canada and file, by March I,
their taritt's of rates charged cm news
despatches to the press.
The interpretative order just issued
explains that this applies only to
points from points here westward.
The flat rating therefore does not affect conditions in eastern Canada.
The prohibition of flat rate business was the result of complaint rrom
the Western Associated Press, with,
headquarters In Winnipeg and branch
es throughout the prairie province.;
and supplying from Port Arthur westward, that the C. P. R. was furnishing the American Associated Tress
news service tc Its customers at s
rate which, if worked out on a basis
of so much per word, would be a very
much lower rate that which the C.
P. R. charged for the transmission of
W. A. P. matter over its lines to papers located in the same towns as
those using its own Associated Press
service.
The commission held that this was
a discrimination against the W. A. P.
users and ordered that f.at rates he
abolished and uniform tariffs filed by
the   telegraph   peopm  by   March   1.
Apparantly the ruling covered all
Canada, and H would Increase the
cost of news services very materially.
Tbe interpretation order, however,
maker; it clear that eastern papers
are not affected Tt is signed bv Assistant Chief Scott nnd Commissioners Mills and McLean.
Saturday's Soccer.
Vancouver, Feb. 27.���Only two second division matches were played
yesterday, the National Cup final between the Celtics and Thistles being
postponed ow't.ig to the inclement
weather. The Y. M. C. A. defeated
the t'aitral Methodists by a score of
X goals to 1. whiie the B. C. E. Pa-
won from Cedar Cottage by 3 goals
to 1.
Scots Win International Match.
New York, Feb. 27���The International curling match for the John
Pemberton medal between the Scots
and Americans resulted yesterday in
a victory for the Scots by tb,. BCOre
of 109 to tn. It was the worst '!�����
feat the Americans ever suffered.
Victoria, Fen. 27.���In the Vancouver
Island senior league match yesterday
the Ladysmith eleven defeated Victoria West by a score of 4 goals to 1.
PORTUGAL TO PROBE
SECRET SOCIETIES
Theft   of   Cartridges   From   Customhouse Followed by Murder Causes
Alarm Among Officials.
INTELLECTUAL TREAT
IS CODING IN MASiCii
LADY LAURIER GOES SOUTH
BUT PREMIER STAYS HOME
Ottawa, Feb. 27���Lady Laurier left
for Hot Springs, Ark., this morning
where she will remain for some time.
She has not been In the best of
health since last year.
Reports from Montreal to the effect that Blr Wilfrid was also going
south aro unfounded. The premier
will remain here.
The people of New Westminster
will have a chance on March 23 to
hear what promises to be a rare Intellectual treat, in a reading of
Charles Rann Kennedy's "Servant In
the House," by Madame Harriet Labadle, of Philadelphia.
The entertainment will be given in
St. George's Hall under the auspices
of the Women's Educational club.
Madame Labadle will come here after
having received the highest praise
from educationalists and theatre crlt-
icii ln most of the cities of Southern
California and Oregon.
To thc casual thinker, lt would
seem almost Impossible for any
human being to put on a production
of "The Servant in the House" without giving an exhibition, but Madame
Labadle ls pronounced by all who
have sere her to be a most remarkable and efficient actress, and capable of performing histrionic feats un.
dreamt of by anyone who has not
seen her.
KETCHEL   HA8   LOST
DIAMOND STUDDED BELT
San Francisco, Feb. 27.���Stanley
Ketchel, middleweight champion, lost
his $1,200 diamond studded belt, the
Instenla of his title. A local Attorney
acting on instructions, received yesterday from Ketchel. who Ir In Chi-
rpiro. visited a prominent hotel where
tbe prlzeflehter was staying Just previous to his Tight with Johnson and
instituted a search for the trophy.
It could not be found.
L.ibon, Feb. 27.���The newspapers
of Portugal devote considerable attention to the numerous arrests and
imprisonments of individuals accused
of belonging to secret societies and
plotting against the present regime.
Tlu.e arrests have been occasioned
by the recent discovery of a large robbery cf cartridges from the customhouse .which were disposed of to several secret revolutionary associations.
Siailling developments followed. The
[eipelrator of the thell, .\unes t'ejro,
<leu to Budajoz, ou tbe Homier, where
he blackmailed the conspirators for
moncv. threatening disclosures. He
was thereupon enticed to Lisbon and
murdered in one of the suburbs, the
mj su ��� lous manner of his death leading 10 an official inquiry. The ex-
istunce of a widespread organization
has tun brought to light.
The Poitugui gives the following
detnl'S! Tie attoclatlons in question are similar to the Carbonnari e��-
titb *Khed In Italy and France, having
tit po principal grades of membership.
These groups work in secret, and are
not known personally to each other.
Members of a group are styled "cousins," and probationers are known a*
"pagans." The semi-official organ,
Dlarla de Nosticlas, states that the
present government, the strongest, ln
power since the assassination of King
Carlos, Is determined to get at the
bottom of these mysterious socletres,
which are suspected of algi being
Implicated In the death of the late
King and Crown Prince.
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��� Big Hotel for Winnipeg. +
��� Winnipeg. Feb. 27.���A com- ���
��� pany has started with a capi- ���
��� tal of a million and a quarter ���
��� dollars   to   erect    a  fourteen ���
��� storey hotel in connection with ���
��� the  Walker  theatre,    to    be ���
4) known as   the Selkirk hotel. ���
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified Advertisements
NOTICE.
WAITRESS,
In the Matter of the Estate of Fred- I
crick Thrussell, late of the City of j
New Westminster, in the Province
of   British   Columbia,   deceased:
Notice Is hereby given that all per-
W \Nli:n ��� CIKl.   To   WORK    LNlsons  having any  claims or  demands
Laundry.   Apply New Method Laun-   against the late Frederick Thrussell
WANTED.
WANTED���AT   ONCE
al  Kenny's cafe
dry.
WANTED���A  GIRL  To   HELP   IN
gem ral     housework.       Apply     239
Fourth street, and Third avenue.
WANTED���BY REPINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room In private bouse, good neighborhood, at
moderate terms.
23.
Address   P.   A..,
who died on or about, the 30th day ]
of November, 1909, at the City oi
New Westminster, I,a the Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or de-
~~~ I liver to the undersigned solicitors
WILL PAY A PAIR PRICE FOR |herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, ex-
Bhingle bolts. See us- at mill ollice ,,,.���,rix of tne l&Bt wm 0* the said
or at Room 9, Bank of Commerce jrre<jerich Thrussell. their names nnd
building. Address Box 1003, West- addresses and full particulars In wrlt-
minster Mill Co., Ltd. ing of their claims and statements of
j their accounts,  verified  by  statutory
declaration,   and   the  nature   of   the
I securities (if any) held by them.
And take notice that, after tbe 28th
day of February. 1010, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute the assets of the Bald deceased among the persons entitled
Hen lo, having regard only to the
claims or which she shall then have
had notice, and that the said Harriett
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
the said assets or any pari thereof
Dated this fifteenth (15th) day of
January, 1910.
W \I>K   Will' \LLEH &  VTcQ    VRR1 3,
Solicitors for the Above-Nat n d Harriet!  Ann Thrussell.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
!: ' i! e west half of section 31 block
5, No th, ran ;e 5 west, Ni w Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate ei Title No. 921 IF, Issui <l In
the name of J. A. L. McAlpIn -. has
been Bled In I his offlc ���.
Notii i i i" reby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
II i dat of the first publication het of
In n daily newspaper published In the
City of Mew Westminster Issue a du-
15 chains, thence north along the
westerly boundary of said District
Lot 356, group 2, New Westminster
District, to the northwest corner of
the said District Lot 350, group 2,
New Westminster District, a distance
of about. 56 1-2 chains, thence west
to the southwest corner of the southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township
16, a distance of about 20
chains, thence north to the
southeast       corner       of District,
Lot 49, group 2, a distance of
about 10 1-2 chains, thence vrOLt
along the southern boundary of said
District Lot 40, group 2, to the point
of commencement, a distance of
about 40 chains.
GEORGE li. CONNER,
January 2?, 1010. Locator.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukinu, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C
Phone 261,	
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
Fl\ i: OR SIX ROOMED '���'' RN1SH-
, ,; house, < entral locatl i I ill par-
Ll     ars to L. I!. F Dalb  News.
WANTI0I) TO REN1     FIVE Od     I
roomed  house or cottage, ci ntrallj :
located,   Possesi Ion  Februarj
,..'   P. Q. 1       971, Cl
FOR   SALE.
for"sa!.i:"~coahTlTtinu   ZCmaZ
soda water fountain 11! 09 i lodel)
i nd : bowcase, i il In fin I ciai b condition.    Apply   .1.   P.   Ca       Royal
���' Te.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABL '
Ished bedn B h tbh     for   two   . j,,..,,,   , �� th,��� said ci rtificate   unless
gentlemen.    Apply  82t   Roya]  ave.,     ,   n,,.   meantime  valid  objection   be
between  Eighth  and  Ninth  streets.   made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FUR-
nlshed rooms. Applj '.'17 Fifth
avenue, near Tenth sir. et.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh streel near li. C. E. It-
car sheds, in suite or sing e, separate entrance; electi le light, i tc.
Apply While, Shiles & Co.. 746 Columbia street. 	
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE OF-
flce, on corner, two windows, desk,
etc. Price $20 per month in advance.   Apply P. O. Box 338, city.
District Registrar of Titli S.
Land  Registry Ofiice, New Westminster, li. C, January 27, 1910.
LOST.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
'Pitl River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excel-
lency, the Governor General in Coun
cil, for the approval of a certain sin
for tlie construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the Pitt
River, ln the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited with the Honorable tho Minister of Public Works
LOST���GOLD WATCH, AMERICAN at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
Waliham, between McKenzie's booming grounds together with a
drug store and postofflce corner, description of th.. site thereof, and
Suitable reward on returning same Inave   al<*o   deposited   a. duplicate  of
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New West
minster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands- ���
Commencing al A post planted at
the southeast corner of Timher Lot
17341 -bout one mile northeast of
h ' of Billings Hay. thence north
40 chains to or near small lak . th nc
oust -io chains, thenc - si uth 40
chains, thence w��b1 40 eh tin - to poinl
of    comment tent,    containing    161
acres  more or  'ess.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGG 1
Name of Applicant.
DatPd at Mel ion Island, B. C, l1 ������
cember 29, 1000.
USE CLEANING
;;'   . i of being  a   mow
anou     ���   '     y becomes i
p;cav   < ��� Sunlight fat
 Arc.-- SunllgJ
does ell t'te work, at haJ. I tc
cost  nnd   in   half  the      .
time oi other Soaps.
Follow directions     ^
'���""      '''��� - ,;���:>���
NOT1CC RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All  boats  ha.ing  full   masts  musl
I       on tin   south side ol the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
i Ry Cl< 'l.
t'ii. Hall, Jan. 29, 19.10.
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westmliuter.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I. Barbara Vnderson of New
Wed minster. B. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for righl to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following
described binds:
Commencing nt a post marked
Barbara Anderson's northwest corner,
set at northeast corner of District
Lol 20'6, thence south one mile,
thence east one-haif mile, thence
north one-hnlf mile, thence east one-
half mile, thence north one-half mile,
thence west one mile to point of
commencement.
BARBARA ANDERSON,
Per George E. Conner, Agent.
January 20. 1010.
NEW ADVERHSEMENiS
LOT���Must  sell to    i I od lol
In  central   location.      Write   I860,
i paper.
$2000���Hai     ��� i   0 <vhi< b v Ish to in-
\ i si iii ri al i :--' lie pi operty in citj
ni ir cut-off. Deal on 1 with ow n< i,
J. r   1910   D llj   Ni
WILSON, COOK  & CO.
Northern   Crown   B.Mik   Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
LOTS���Eight large lots In Sap]
$200 each.
LOTS���Two    fine    lots
street, $1900 each,
on     Agnes
TENDERS.
HOUSE���Nice    gix room    bouse    on
Royal avenue, ' 1650.    Lol Is woi I ii
I     $3tii'n.
to Daily News office.
leach in the oilice of the Registrar of
'! Deeds   for   the   said   District   of   New
I Westminster,  in  wbicli  District   said
I works are proposed to be constructed,
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT.   BETWEEN   in accordance wiih  the requirements
Queen's avenue and Fourth street,   of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Wat. rs
FOUND.
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.ice station.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  A-   CO,
Real  Estate and  Insurance Agents���
1   iv.  farm and  Buourban property,
260 Columbia street.
FOR SALE -EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
and .ot, near car llu. . Fifth avenue; price $2000. Enquire 432
Fourteenth street.
WILSON, COOK & CO., 63S COLUM-
bia street, Phone 646. Real Estate
and Insurance Agents. Homes built
on easy tei ms: agreements of Bah
purchased. If you have any prop
erty to sell lisl it with us. '
Re  Subdivision-;  3,  4.  5,  6  of  Lot 43,
Suburban   Block   6    Now  West
minster uty.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 4395P, issued in
the name of Annie Brown, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
;       -    ^    ������-���'.:< - ���  ��. uJncV^^LL^^Z
Protec Ion Act." Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated the nth dav of January, 1910
WHITESIDE * EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitl  River Lumber
Company,  Limited.
L'ND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday the
isth February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's malls, on propose! contracts for four years. II and 30 times
per week each way. between the
New Westminster Pos'  otlice and "to
.Canadian     Pacific     Kail way    Station
,and the Great Northern Railway Station, from the lsl  April next.
Printed   notices containing further.
information  as  to  the  conditions  of
I propose,! contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained   al   tbe   Post   Offices   of   New
\ Westminster. Sapperton -md Queens-
borough, and at the office f>f the Post
j Office  Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver. Ii. 0. 7 h January, 1010.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Posi Office Inspector.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
HOUSE    AND    BARN    On     Fourth
street, fully modern.    Price $3700.
BARN���On   Royal   av< nue,   to   rem.
$8 per month.
COTTAGE-On   Tenth
$300 cash.
$800,
HOUSE Eight-room house, Fourth
������ ������ nue, fully modern, lot 80 by 116.
$950 cash,  balance  to suit.
LAND���Five acres Improved land
Just across the bridge In South
Westminster, good ho ise and bai n;
$5100,  trie-fifth  cash.
SNAPS���Three lots on Fourth street,
cleared,   plowed   and   fenced,    ;'   0
each, one-third cash.
\\
BO t�� 150, close to car line, on good 1 r  o  t.-r-i^ir
3, on g
road.    Fine  site  for  homes.    $200
each, quarter  cash,  balance easy.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store uttingB,
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantee
and detail work. Design and estimates furnished, .1. Brookes, pro
prietor, Works: Comer Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 264, Phone
473.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, ii. c, February 2 isio
TENDERS FOR SEWER  PIPE.
SURVEYOR.
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 dftcrffced
ilands:
Commencing   nt   a   post   marked
Grace   r    Cruickshfcik'a   northwert
|��9r_s.r\ SPt   af   tbe  southwest   corner
fTSLUp   2,    Now
A.  F.  COTTON
DOMINION  AND   li.   C.   LAND  SUR-|of   district   Lot   207 ,
veyor, In National Finance Co.'s of- WcRtmlntfr District, IhetiV* 'south
flee, over Curtis' drug store, Co- nnp ln"p. thence east o>e-half mile
lumbia  streel,    New    Westminster,   thence north  one-half    mile,    thence
H.  C.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LBWTHWAITB, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 42�� Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and o;ik.
east one-half mile, thence north on.
half mile, thence west to the joint of
commencement,      containing     about
480 acres.
GRACE CONNER CRUICKSHANK,
Per G. B. Conner, Agent.
January 20, 1910.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty day8 after
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CL.KAN- j(,n,p- -. *>orgo B. Conner, of Matsqui,
ers and dyers, 215 Columbia street, \n- 0., Intend to apply to Assistant
phono R278, The place when, the Commissioner of Lands, New West-
dirt and dust Is removed from the minster District, for a license to pros-
pect for coal  and  petroleum  on nnd
under the following land s:
Commencing at a  post  situated  at
the southwest corner of District Lot
,149,  group  2,   New  Westminster   Dis-
BBNSON  tt  AYLING.  FISH,  FRUIT. ! ''let. and marked George B. Conner's
Game. Vegetables, ele.   Deal, Itlock, I northwest corner, thence south along
fibre���not  pressed In.    Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH   AND   GAME.
next, to Hank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
the section lln^ between section 32
and 32, a distance of one mile, thence
east to the western boundarv of District Lot 47, group 2, New Westminster District, a distance of about 4!">
chains, thence north  along the west-
W.    E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
dOrner Agnes and McKenzie streets, ,'p,n boundary of District Lot 47, group
Phone 176, night call 81. I2'  New Westminster District, t0 the
.   ���      ���    I         , . 1 Bs northwest,    corner    of    said  Lot  47.
MUSIC. (group  2.  a   distance    of about    four
~^^-^���~-~���-~v^~~-v^~~v~^^v^ chains,  thence east tUong tho north-
MRS.  C.  C.  FISHICK,  EX-PUPIL OF : ern boundary of District. Lot 47, group
Cnrlolta Autelll, Oxford, and Q, F. ; 2,  to 'ho  western  boundarv of  DIs-
SlmH.   Mns.   Mac.   Oxon..   teacher  of  trlct  Lot   25(1,    i,rotip  2.    New West-
triuslc, singing and harmony. minster District, a distance of about
The Council is desirous of receiving
tenders for the supply Of Vitrified
Sewer Pipes.
Specifications, approximate quantities and further information can be
obtained from the City Engineer.
All tenders must be delivered to
the undersigned, marked "Tenders
for Sewer Pipes," by 5 p. in. of February  21, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
The time for receiving above tenders has been extended to the 28th
inst. at 5 p. m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
  City Clerk.
NOTICE.
District   of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Hamilton Chaimers Crulk-
shank, of Bummerland, B, C, farmer,
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked H.
C. Crufkshank's northeast corner
post, set on the westerlv boundary of
District. Lot 47. group 2. New Westminster District, about four chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2, thence west a distance of 45 chains to the section line
between sections 28 and 29, township 10, thenoe south one mile, thence
east, one mile, thence north to the
southern boundary of District Ixit 4R.
group 2, thence west to southwest
corner of said District Lot it, group
2, thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48, group 2,
thence east to the westerly boundary
of District Lot 47, group 2, thence
north to the point ot commencement.
H. C. CRUIKSHANK.
January 29, 1910.
FOR   SALE���Two   lots   on   Twelfth
street,   near   Fourth   avenue
each.
SNAP���Thi. 1   i rge lots on  Hasl
road, all   practically  cleared,  tram
line on either side.   $375 win handle  .'ill   thes,-   lots.
FOR    SALE���
Hlock   of
IE
1   feel
on
Sixth street
car line
by
130 feet
a
corner.    $-17
5 will  In
mil
e this.
FOR SALE���Nice little collage and
good barn, near tram line. $450
will handle this if tak< n at once.
FOR   SALE���Good   bouse   on    Tenth
avenue   and   tram   line.    $376   will
handle ibis.
FOR    SJLt
���Large    bouse    of    nine
rooms, ������ '-
b nine lots, in Sapperton.
Owner   >
1 take your own  terms.
FOR  SAi.r
���Nine  acres  at   the  Junc-
tion of N(
rth and Clark roads. $275
an   acre.
FOR SALE���Eight acres in Burnaby,
(tin Hastings road, close to New
Westminster. $!i5(i an acre. Terms
to suit you.
EGGS!    i
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth Bt. ani   TXttk Areata
PHONE  S70.
FOR SALE���Three acres on a corner,
fkie garden land on Lulu island,
only $:i50 per acre.
We have a buyer for one to three
lot9 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.
WILSON,  COOK   &  CO.
WATERFRONTAGE.
20 chains of waterfrontage,
main channel of Fraser.
Price $10 per waterfront foot.
Terms over three years. A
little cash will hande this
if taken at, once.
1142 feet of waterfrontage, containing ony 11 1-2 acres, all
cleared, a house with all mod-
ern Improvements. Price
$20 per front foot, including
all Improvements. This property Is in Westminster.
20 chains of waterfrontage.
Block contains 04 acres, almost cleared, nnd all fenced.
Has a house and Is improved.
Owner    will  take    $150    per
/   acre, only    requires  a small
cash payment.
WILSON, COOK  & CO.
WILSON, COOK  A  CO
Northern Crown Bank Building,  N
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646
Open Evenings.
ew
^NDAY>  FEBRUARY ���
1910,
LAST  WEEK   OF OUR
GREAT FEBRUARY
fa-'. ���.-���,. .
' L
u
HUNDREDS of people from New Westminster
nnd district have availed themsi tvi    of the
opportunity afforded them of getting hou     irnish-
ingsat greatly reduced prices during our
would astonish you to see the quantil .
bought during our sale being stored for I
March and April.    [I is difficult to puton
the bargains offered, but it is sufficienl I
our sale lasts till the end of the montli.   i
are a f<Av of our attractions.
Feather Pillows
Guaranteed all pure feather, c .< red
tick, worth $3.00.   Special, |     .     . $1.75
Babies' Cribs
II       .11    ���! ������!���!���     I_a        I       II    I " I      ~  I ^^^^^^a.
Both sides let down, all steel frame spr
vases, mattress to fit.    Outfit complete, $8.75
Couches
Upholstered in red or green tapestry, :> inches
wide, 6 feet long, fitted with good strong springs.
Four only, each $3.75
Bed Lounges
Upholstered in tapestry, hack let down ai <: head
folds over, making a bed four by six feet. It's a
lounge by day and a bed by night. Very special,
price, $9.75
Parlor  Rugs
We arc 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 manufact urer 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 $100
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleaner.
We clean carpets on your iioor 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
Dennys Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C. MONDAY,   FEBRUARY  28,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
rEA AT ITS I    >T
jo  all   its   garden   freshness   and   fine   flavour
I V��i.k;&* L 'L 0M.
&��_.- ���   ������&&*������   :AA- '?    4��-.A  3
 ~-.V   ~a. -_l_     r      i    .SB   Caa'aSl'J
pealed lead packets are proof against dirt.    The
|t,     can't   be   contaminated ���and   it   costs   no
 ��      ���Lot-.       /->y-.a->-\.-��-> ,^.-.      ��.	
50c, COc and 70c ;. i  lb.	
hiorc than common tea.
j Black, Mixed and Nutural llreen, 40c
jhtens Public On
Lord's Day Act
(Continued from Pane 1.)
iVinnipeg paper that the recent out-
I. of hydrophobia In the east had
���   caused  by  the  Lord's   Day   Al
biting a dog  which  persisted
Ing  "a  Sunday,    lie  did  not
thai such ridicule wai   fair.
..  of  the    spi aker's    ren
i re   Is   not   an   emph ;       ai ������-
in Canada, who dues noi   know,
,;, down ki  llis  heart, thai   thi   Al-
nee has bis  well  being  a    its ob-
and   then    is   not   an   employi
does   noi   know  In   bis   deepest
:.' ictlon  thai  the same appll      to
,  .    are   often   told   that    we     are
the   liberties   of   the    people
The  object  of the   Alliance Is
b< ity. not restraint;   Liberty  to do
one wants to do at   lei ������  one
the week.
"I am astonished thai so few clth a
p any attention to their policemen.
Tl ey led to one day'
rest in seven, thi   . ame as the rest
of   us."
At the close of the address Mr.
Rochester Invited any of iii.- hi an ri
to qu istlou him on anything that ~ai
'   I   luite eh ar, and i   I    a   con-
equi m i,  the  Sum!,;',   clo :-.     of the
'������'   ' ' " :e was brought up,
TI < Rev, J. s. Henderson was the
man who asked the momi ntous question as to whj the post office had
been cl ed i ot, a he Id tl al he
wa ��� not in fat or 0f the measure bul
it   had  received  cosiderable critli
and he thought the rest
of thosi   presi ni  would iiki   to I i
th.   I : tt "-  of     ,   affair.
"In   the   fh  ���     : laci ,"     Bald     Mr.
Rochi ster, "ll ������      the post offlci   de-
! at  al   Ottawa    and   no1     tl i
Lord'    'i i 'All! i ce, that   clo ie i the
pi   '   offices   throughout   thi
tli'-  Sabbath   Day,    The   government
was   morally   obliged   to   limit     tbe
work on the Sabb 'tli Day In the post
��� 3 to  the work of actual  neces-
The matter of the post offices
being  open  was  broughl   to  the  at-
of Ri      Mr. Mot.re and myself
by some of the post office employees,
and we asked the governmenl to ln-
We did  n it  ask them to
offices,    1 he  department
I out   from   Ottawa  to  In-
and  he asked the Board of
in   Winnipeg and  representor
- ol  the Lord's Daj   Alliance to
i. ��� sent.
"As  a  result  of   thi   Investigation
' office was ' losed.   We found
re was c msl li rable business
done in bona   ol  thi   offices in
-   nd  s ol  ii aris-
.  tia-  mail  received  on  Sua-
.'< ason  the  wi stern  p< si
Qrsl  piace
dl ficull     of
portal long   distance
���   i   i The
di eld   i that
I  ���:   ���    pa    , .;  bi   i ...1  Ms
P  ���-    ' d iys and shou.d be placed on
! fi     i eastern   cities.
such       '[ nd King   on, where
ni ������ ��� opi i tl on Sun.
day."    Thi     icplana I  I    ! i
satisfactory      to    tin       non-critical
ace.
Some other Inten   tl        ta i ments
given   ii    answer   to   questions    are
given 1 ire:
The  ��� of  newspapers  on
Illegal.
r -.ill! which employs men
' :' houses -ii Sunday is' break-
irr   the law,
A man who ch ars a lot on Sunday
I    '' '       '��� Ii -i the law if clear-
'>-   i  ' !  i    noi   his n pillar vocation.
Selling   newspapers  on   Sunday   Is
Illegal
A  hotel  or  a  restaurant  may  no'
bi 11 anytl '���.���-. to be taken away by the
purchaser.     Meals   may   be   suppll   !
tgtst Is acting against the law
cigars  and  ice-cn im
on the Sabbath.
Mr. Rochester stated that ther had
been only one prosecution in British
1' I ������ I . ,:' ler that act. No prose-
let i ' ��� take place wltl oui -; e
��� lssion of the attorney-cejiera :
and Mr. Bowser had sta'"d that hi
w reiki take up nny case If It were
laid before hint by responsible
parties.
At the end <' fh" mer-tinr a col-
' Hon was tak < u> in connection
with   the  work   o*  thi     Vlllanee,
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Western   Canada
Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCATION  OF PLANT:   SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
ORGANIZED   TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
WE   NOW  OFFER  FOR  SUBSCRIPTION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application, IB per cent ln thirty days, balance at the rate of 15 per cent
per month until fully paid.    Stock fully paid and non-assessable.    Xo personal liability to shareholders.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Inunedi'itelv iinon the sale of the llrst Issue of 100.000 shares at one dollar per share the second
Issui, Btog .. shares, will be offered for subscription at $110 per share In ordering he
issue, comprising    .   , . j j    oversubscribed  upon  receipt
onL'a'IdlllcaE'ny the (��_��-/. he wlsheftbe application returned or allowed on the second issue
at $1.10 per share. .      , .. , ,..      ,   ,.      ,,,.,. lf
... ���     i.   t...r,nna ��i,.,roa nf tbin Onmnanv for subscription we do so with a feeling tbat it
In offering the I'refe . "J   " J^SSS to Western Canada.   It not only is certain to
ZS&_ :LLLLl*LLLrLC\LL S 35t*�� months It will be selling at a big Premium.
The nrst Issue of u,,.,. shares Is offered1 in block,J-MD*gg at ffi^-^niJSK
..nd Issue of 100.000 shares at $1.10 per dun.   �����^2^f^r  dividend  ls  paid  on  the  Ordinary
preferential dividend of  I per cent par swum. jWj^Jgj8^ (o 1B per cent of the remaining
Shares. After the ^^^.^l^^^*^'^^\x0mg the Preference shareholders of
profits of the Company shall be WHWI  .   ar rd ^  ^
the Company, and 10 per eent o '^ ."'!', , ' "n en. of preferential dividends on the Prefer-
serve fund exclusively as a special security for^{g^^tfe regular Preferential dividends of 8
���nee shares; when In any >��� art -Com,pany is "JJgJ,1��� fnm1. pIWided, however, that the r��
SS.SS? f%^2S_Sf��_S��l1AJE-SL SSSW-fflS STSSuSrtMtaa ��-rV "ve years pro rata among tbe
.���reference stockholders of the 0���"* preferential dividend, and the distribution of
IS ^nWEtW, ffAff JUB of a special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance of
^WJf^!^-*^AW|Kiy CAPACITY   0F 120,ooo Lbs.
SHEwTEHiNR_ ssBSJffi?"bfiftp-NT <*0��i:w$w^
THE    PROPERTY   SEC URED   BY THE COMPANY ATN LEND|DLY    SITUATED,    BOTH
STER, HAS A  RAILROAD  FRONTAGE OF '.J F��^
FOR  CITY TRADE  AND   DOCKS   FOR   FO-Etun
DIRECTOM.
GRE_LY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent MflMj*!-. WgJ��Jj %*SS&k!%
NORMAN CAPLB, President NormM_ CMje^CO^w
E. n. CHANDLER, Lumber an��LMg_7*K2_rer B, -. n ���,,        ,       ���.
Bnlld 1nR, phone 5S4.
P. ALLEN, Manager I' Iscal Ageicy,
E. R.  CHANDLER, Lumber ana ���ot,' TttmVtt. B. C.
A. B. BRAKE. Paper Importer anl J*��_���~ uerchMts- Rank
.J. B.  ROSE. Fiscal Apent 'fXtTt^CW^ '"'P & Par��r
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager I' lscal Ageicy, b. ��.
ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT TO
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W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Afert for New Westminster
746 Columbia Street. Fhoee 655.
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If you have, we know you have been amongst those
of the lucky ones. If you have not, then come and
see what splendid shoes you can buy for a little
money and you'll congratulate yourself on having
read this announcement.
efs of Shoes Left Yet
Sak' Wi!! Continue AH This Week
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The contractors are busy dismantling our store
front, but that doesn't mean that we are going out
of business. Come inside, there's something doing
all the time. Follow the crowds and you'll find the
land up at JOHNSTON'S GREAT SALE.
MR. WORKINGMAN!
Just one moment please! We have the largest
stock of Men's good serviceable working shoes in
the province. We can save you Dollars on every
pair you buy.
Barrels ��* Bargains
Johnston's
Big Shoe House
Celnmbia Street      New WMtmlaeter, B.C.
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Published by Tne Dully .News Publisn.
Ing Company, Limited, at their ofnces.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
M0N��AY,   FEBRUA,y
MONDAY,  FEBRUARY
CARELESS   BLASTING.
to
rail-
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the
pany	
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No one can have any reason
complain that the B. C. Electric t
way company has decided to
determined action with rgeard to
damage caused by carelessly
ducted blasting operations in
vicinity of the company's power transmission wires, of which the public
aro apprised by a letter of Manager
Tl. 11. Sperling, which appears in
another column. Quito a number of
times lately customers of the corn-
have been put to great incon-
and loss through the fracture of cab.es by blasting, and the
company naturally feel that it is time
an example was made of offenders
in  this respect.
There is no excuse whatever for
contractors and others engaged in
blasting work not taking the necessary precautions to avoid damage to
the transmission cables. The company
has always, at considerable Inconvenience and expense, sent out Its
own men free of charge to superintend blasting operations in the vicinity of its transmission linos, upon
notice of the intended work being
given. This they will continue to
do, aind moreover are willing, in cases
where such work is to be done, to \
do the blasting, upon receiving notice and payment for the work.
We feei sure that the public will
and  support the 13.  C. Elec-
causing such injury a criminal Offence
punishable by up to two years' Imprisonment, and the company charter
makes it punishable on summary conviction by a fine of JlOo and costs.
The company is forced to take this
stand, inot only in order to protect
its own property against injury, but
also in order to protect its many customers against the inconvenience,
and often loss as well, caused by frequent interruptions to the company's
light and power service through careless blasting. Those interruptions
are as annoying to the company as
they are to its customers, and the
oniy way the company sees of preventing them is hy adopting the
course outlined above.
I feel sure that tho public will ap
prove  of the course  proposed  to be
adopted   by  the    company,   which  is
'one   likely  to   benefit   the   public  as
��� much as the company.
The company has in^the past, at a
considerable inconvPnlenco    nnd    expense  sent out Its own   men  free of
charge to superintend blasting opera
ffons  in  the  vicinity of its  trasmls
slon lines, whenever due notice there
of was given beforehand and is stll
Willing to do so. nnd further Is willing, in cases where such blasting op-
orations  are  proposed   to   be  carried
on, to do blasting fo.- thp parties do
' siring   same   upon   receiving   tit"   no
' tfoe  In   writing  beforehand,   together
with   costs  of  doing    such     b'astlng
But whore parties, Instead of taking
advantage    of  tbe    company's   offer
choose to carry on  such  blasting op
orations themselves, and  without giv
! Ing  due   notice  in   writing,   they  wl
have to do so at their own risk, nnd
in  the event of their causing injury
to  the company's  lines  the company
will have no alternative bnt to prose
cute them to the full extent  of the
law.
R. H. SPERLING
General   Manager   B.   C.   Electric  Ry
Po.. Ltd.
Vancouver, Feb. 2fi. 1010.
COMPANY, Ltd.
A Big
Stirring Up inl LEE'S r^_vJss-
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LEES FURNITURE MM
WE FURNISH YOUR  HOUSE COMP Lete
Special To-day and Tuesday
On Fine Table Linens
200 Yards 60 in. Damask, per yard, 53c
300 Yards 72 in. Lawn Bleach Linen Dun_v
per yard, 98c. mask>
75 10-4 White Bed Spreads, Special, $1.32
Phone 73.
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NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
approve
trie  company   in   the    course  it  has
I Take notice that I, Elizabeth Mc-
Culloch Bell, of Vernon, B. C.( Intend
'to apply for a license to prospect
I for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked ~.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | M. Beir�� southeast corner, set about
been compelled to adopt, if only for ��.ne ml\pt son}h of the point where
tho reason that they are, as consum- ' S'AnTli^nt'e^ct^rrtbJSer^
ers, directly interested in the preser- boundary of District Lot 4fi group
vation and safety of the cables over 2. New Westminster district, thence
the company's system. w?,st f"e-half mile, thence north one
  mI18. thence east one-haif mile to the
Pnint where the section line between
SAPPERTON  FLOURISHES. Townships  1.1  and   16  intersect  with
  the southern boundary of District Lot
Since  the now  somewhat     distant   *r":   sxoup   2.   \>~   Westminster   dis
period when Sapperton was the site of   LkJLLLT fiL^ oT'about
the new settlement on  the hanks of   one mi'e.
Regular $1.25 and $1.50 Values for $1.00
Regular $2.00 Values for $1.50
A timely offer of Ladies Umbrellas. For Six Dayi Only we place
two extra special lines on sa le, the reason being we have too
many on hand at these prices, s o make a point of getting at least
one, you will  be agreeably sur prised at the excellent value.
Fifty-eight  ladles'   "Gloria"   and  "Glorioline"  covered  timbre.las,
stout rustless frame, size 23 in ches.    Handles of all description, di-
reotoire and    conventional    designs.
Regular $1.25 and $1.50, specia 1   	
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ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIRSTCLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY    Whit   i
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. *
��� MEALS 25c.
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21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.      il
GIVE US A TRIAL
Thirty-six  only  ladles   Silk   Gloria  covered
jority have ribbon edging, good  reliable frame,
appearance of real silk, and is f ar more durable
dies.    Regular $2.00, special  	
    $1.00
TJmbrel.as, the ma-
This cover has tho
All  styles of han-
    $1.50
HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop, ?
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STATIONERY
the Fraser, this part of the city of
New Westminster has made a wonderful advance. Quietly, bul gradually and steadily this eastern portion
of the city has been growing, the
high lands having for some .ong time
enjoyed great favor as residential
sites. Bul within tho last two years,
and particularly in thi course of the
past twelve months. Sapperton has
made great leaps ahead. Hundreds
of new homes have b n erected In
all parts of the suburb, sv.'n'lst several
new streets have been opened up.
Now the Inwer or riverside portion
of (he district is coming prominently
to the fore as a
for   factory   sites.     The   presence
the trucks of two important lines of |
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH PELL. I 9
January 28, 1910. I sfl
*��r George B. Conner. Apt.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the east half of section 36, block
5, North range 6, Westminster New
\\. stminster district.
Whereas, Proof nf the loss of Cer-
ttnieate Xo. 9215P, issued in the name
of J. A. L. McAlplne., has hem filed in
this office
Notice is hereby given thai  I shall.
al the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication here-
oi In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminsti     Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
first cniss location   loss '"  the meantime  valid objection
The  presence   of   be ,n:;(le l0 <��e in writing.
****M C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New  Westminster. B. C, January 27, 1910
Is now complete and embraces  everything
Wide shirting embroideries, corset   cover
broideries and insertions art
perience any difficulty in fill111 g youi
full   stnek.    You  will  be  amazed   at.     our
yard   	
In    this  line of    goods.
imbroideries, narrow   em-
v v., os-i ei'.ci eiiiiH tiMiei it's, narrow cm- go
�� li ere in unending variety. It you ex- jjj
llin g your embroidery wants, inspect our    ''
collection,
From,    per
5c to  $1.50
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND   EXAMINE  OUR  STOCK.
NOTICE.
New  Westminster.
railway adds to the value of this part
of the district in this respect, and the
time cannot be far distant when (|tiite
a string of industrial establishments
will   flourish  hereabouts.    The  shore
of (he  Brunette  rivr  will  also prob- j ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ably  bo  similarly   utilised.    One  Im-   . T��k<; no"ce' ��l'at thirty days after
idate. I, Alexander Cruickshank, far-
portant new Inudstry, a card mid and mefj of MatB(,uli B. C��� intend to ap-
box factory, is already located here ply for a license to prospect for coal
and will be in operation within a j��nd petroleum on the following des-
few  months.    Towards  this  In- ! 8C1'}bf,(1 liinds:
Commencing
District  of
Take notice,
White   Cottons
And at the old prices too. Every one Is aware of the high figure cotton is ai the present time. We were among the fortunate
���investing largely in cotton before last fall, enables us to sell them
at prices we cannot buy today. Now is the time to purchase your
While   Goods.
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White India Longcloth, spl endid
31! lches wide.    Our  price,  per   yard
for  whitewear,  fine soft
. .   15c
finish
. .  20c
Dunbar Longcloth,
per yard	
36  inch es wide, round thread
soft  finish  at.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     12'/2 and   15c
Madapolln, Embroidery Cot tons, Queens Cloth, and fin.  Cambric,
till at our old prices, from, per  yard 15 to 25c
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dustrial development of Sapperton
the Mlllslde extension of the city car
line and the likely extension of the
Columbia street track to Port Moody
will be of material assistance.
But ail this will not in tin
militate against the advanci
.. at a post  set  at the
southeast  corner  of  District  Lot  05,
group   2,   New  Westminster   District,
and marked Alexander Cruickshank's
northeast corner;  tlience west to the
i intersection of   the section    line between   sections  31  and  32,  township
leasti ir,,   with   the  southern     boundary  of
of Sap- 'District Lot 64, group 2,  New West-
portion as a residential district, in minster District, thence south one
which reaped it will always enjoy.Mll|p; ""'"re east one mile; thonoo
favor. The comparative quiel of the ""I".!'' ""'V11'1" t0 the, foint of ���m"
loca.lty, its semi-rnral aspect and its .acres ' C��ntalDine about C4��
general air of picturesquenoss are
features that charm the home-seeker,
whilst the beautiful and extensive
views of the river which the higher
lands afford, is an asset of real value.
Prices of lots in this district have
been steadily rising for the past six
months and there is no doubt that
this tendency to increased value will
continue.
ALF.X. CRUICKSHANK
January 28, 1910.
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(The Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE BLASTING NUISANCE.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���I take the liberty through the
columns of your newspaper to warn
the contractors and others who may
be carrying on blasting operations In
the vicinity of the company's transmission lines that in future anyone
k who. through such blasting, causes ln-
_L jury to the company's transmission |
A lines will be proceeded against by .
W^ the company criminally or civilly or ,
A. both, as circumstances may warrant. '
VS     Tlie criminal code  makes  the act of
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EETrEP. TH!-'. DOCTOR __!!?ifl"AE_#,NtJw&.
DOWN T SEEM T;1 BE L#B^*___A_i*W Ptl
'DOING
Look H^erc! if
Six-room two-story house in Sapperton, bath, W. C. basin (dec-
trie light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young frit trees lot
cleared and fenced.    Owner has to leave town, so will tak��
Store, Bank and Office
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
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$1500
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payments of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months at'seven
per cent.
P.
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High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
Poultry Food
25c Per Package
"Q=T   THE   HABIT"
Just arrived and put in stock
Get one for your little one
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for casn and sell for the same
English Wafelw
Ryall's Drug Store
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Silver Watches,
16.00. M
Silver  Watches,  gents'
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthara
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Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors  horn   Gso. Adam,,  Croce
genta' open face
Open case,
and     _lgin
LIST   YOUR PROPERTY  WITH
E.  J. PADER
FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale city and suburban properties,
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timber lanas.
TELEPHONE 295. 10NDAY,   FEBRUARY  28,  1910,
THE DAILY NEWS.
NATIONAL
PAGE FIVH.    "���
GORDON
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Finance Co.,    some suggestions
Dry Goods House
New Dress Fabrics
in  bewildering   effects  and  newest weaves.
Popular shadings arc:  CAMPANULE   (purple);   NATTEAU   fblue);
BURGOGUE   (rose);   TULEUL  (tan).
PRICES, 50c to $2.00 PER YARD.
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr. Con Jones Brings in Batch
of Amendments for Res-
Real Estate,  Loans
and  insurance
pectf ul Consideration.
The Vancouver Lacrosse club Is
out with a list of amendments to the
constitution   of   the   B.C.L.A.,   wllich
Clirtis Blk., 657 Columbia St.  is long enough to reach all the way
(Upstairs)
$5000
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We wil. be pleased to have >cu inspect our showing today.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
will buy two houses and two lots on
corner Fourth avenue and Third
street.    Good terms.
$4000
will buy 13 acres, subdivided into
tone-acre, blocks on Chilliwack tram
| line close to river, only $2000 re-
1 quired, balance easy.
$900
: 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.
$2300
will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $800 cash required.
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$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
Fourth avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $5250.
$5000
will 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.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.  BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
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$500
cash will secure a well-built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
$1800
will buy an eight-room house
Keary street, Sapperton. Only
cash required.
near
$600
EDMONDS   STATION
14 Lots left out of 38
$1000
cnsh will handle a fully modern nine.
room house with cement foundation,
.furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
1 132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
$2100
with
Only
! will   buy   FIVE    LARGE   LOTS
small  house, on Second street.
$S00 cash  required.
$3000
cash will handle six hrge lots, in
fruit, with modern eight-room house;
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
snap.
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E. J. FADER
Telephone 295
from here to Vaucouv��r,
One  of  the  chief departures  from
the  oid constitution  is a  suggestion
|that a referee, preferably from Eastern  Canada,   be  engaged   to   referee
! ah   games  during  the  entire  season
Until that he be paid a regular monthly salary, like a baseball umpire.
" Other  amendments  are   suggested.
One Is that d player be fined $25 for
^ring on the field without wearing a
number.
There la a release rule whereby a
player may change clubs once during
the season If the cub he starts the
: s< asr.n  with  does not object.
i    The Vancouver organisation wants
ito drop tho tide "amateur" from the
name of ihe league, wants the forfeit
fo- default raised from $100 to $1000:
wants the referee to have the ahao-
i lut >   snv   in   handing   out     pennltles
which  may range from five  minutes
to th�� rest of the game;   wants the
referee to have absOiUte control over
i other officials ln a game, even to the
extent of overruling the decision of a
goal   umpire   if,   in   his  opinion,   the
umnire was wrong in his judgement,
land   wants   several   more   things   of
j moro or less importance.
The recommendations have all been
forwarded  to F. .T.  Lynqh.  secretary
nf  the  league,  and   will   come  up  at
lhe   ann' al   meeting   to   be   held   ln
[Vancouver on March 2<A
The i loposals have all come as a
surprise to the locai men who have
>njt had time to get their talk guns
| trained on them as yet. What the
'opinion of the fans of this city will
[be on the different points raised it
la inther difficult to say.
There Is not much doubt that the
I New  Westminster club  will  be  will-
\ ing to surrender the name "amateur"
as the  title  has outlived  its  usefulness.
Almost all the other points are sure
, to raise some opposition, The eastern referee will hardly meet with
: favor here. It has been proved several times lately that the best lacrosse played anywhere transpired
right out here on the Pacific Coast,
and why lt should be presumed that
a better referee could be secured from j
the cent belt, than here in the home !
of first class lacrosse does not de-
velop from the suggestions.
Tho rule allowing a player to
change his team is another thai will
probably provoke opposition. It makes
it. too easy for the club with the
longest purse to break up an opposition team If it proves to be too Btrong
on the first  game or two.
The other amendments are more or
less a matter of arrangement, bul it is
safe to predict that a great output
of language from both clubs will he
provided before the restitution of the
British Columhla Lacrosse Associa- !
tion is finally declared ready for use. i
Surrey Acreage
320 Acres
ON TOWN  LINE  ROAD, $100 AN ACRE.    TERMS EA8Y.
80 Acres
CORNER YALE AND JOHNSTON ROADS. NEW FIVE-ROOM
HOUSE, BARN, ETC. $80 AN ACRE. $2000 CASH, BALANCE ON
EASY TERMS. j
57 Acres
ON YALE ROAD, ALL SUBDIVIDED INTO TEN-ACRE BLOCKS.
$100 PER ACRE. _     ,       |
40 Acres
NEAR HJORTH  ROAD, $100 PER ACRE.
All the above acreage is admirably adapted for
Subdividing.
We control some of the best water frontage on the
Fraser river. If you are looking for an Industrial
site, see us.
BM
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone P.8S Branch Office Phsne L8S
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
F. Lawrence Walker Announces the Engagement of
Charles  J3.  Hanford
A"Tymci   Miss Marie Drofnah
In a Modern Comedy
The American Lord
By George H. Broadhurst and Charles T. Dazey
THURSDAY   ::   MARCH 3rd"
PRICES :  Same as Vancouver and   Seattle, $1.50, $1.00,
75c and 50c.   Reserve Seats on sale at Ryall's.
BRITISH SOCCER.
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WE AR_ U9T.G PURE CAJADIAH MILK IN
9        Milk Chocolate,
"~    Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS ��
PURITY AUD FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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.
$800
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 planted In potatoes.     Good   terms   can   be   arranged.
.$3SC0
buys two full-sized lots centrally
cated 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 Sc*4' road, 3\/2 miles
from Fraser river bridge and within
a stone's throw of the Chilliwack
tram line. Price for a few days only
$200 per acre; $600 cash will handle. J
>JlgQll^ffllllflMiFiff'Tr~T
lo-
London, Fob. 27.���Tn International
rugby Scotland gained a rather easy
'victory over Ireland yesterday by
11 points to n. In iln1 league International match Scotland won from
England by three goals to two. The
following are the results in the other
leagues, which also p'tayed yesterday:
FIRST  DIVISION.
Aston Villa 7, Manchester United 1.
Bolton Wanderers 2, .Nottingham
\ Forest 0.
Chelsea 3,  Blackburn  Rovers  1.
Liverpool  1, Bradford City 0.
Mlddlesboro 2, Tottenham Hotspurs  3.
Newcastle United 3, Sheffield W. 1.
Notts County 0, Bristol City 2.
Preston N. E. 2, Bury 1.
Sheffield United 3, Everton 0.
Woolwich 1, Sunder.and 2.
SECOND DIVISION.
Bradford 3, Fulham o.
Burnley 2,    Bamsiey 0.
Clapton 2, Blackpool 3.
Gainsboro l, Birmingham 0.
Grimsby 4, Glossop u.
Leeds City 3. Oldham 5.
Leicester Fosse (!, Derby County 0.
Manchester City 2, Stockport Couli-
1.
there being nothing else in sight, and
followed In his master's footsteps.
Johnny plugged along like a disabled
auto, clearing a path for Worthy
Walmsley. After about two-thirds of
the distance had beea covered, Walmsley could nq longer go as slowly as
Cash, and In order to keep aoving
had to pass ahead.
Right then tne proprietor of the
Epicurean par'.ors retire'' from the
athletic world.
Dick Fraser held the stakes; Frank
Lock�� held Fraser; "Scotty" Grant
held Locke; Dick Fraser held Grant.
The stakes, stakeholder and stakeholder-holders were still intact after
the race.
today, the hitter scoring four runs
for the loss of two wickets before re-
cesB.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Third Test Match.
Johannesburg,  Feb.  26.���The  third
test    match    between    the  M. C. C.
eleven and South Africa opened here
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, issued in the name of William Roxburgh, has been fl.ed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication
hereof ln a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
beSnade to me in. writing.
C. 8. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
ty
NOTICE.
District of  New  Westminster.
T|il��! notice that thirty days after
southwest corner of said District Lot
group 2, a distance of about  14
thence north to the southern
houndary of District   Lot 403,  group
distance of ahout 31.50
404,  group 2, a dls-
64
chains
2, a
 ['chains,
da'o I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank, ,��^^Ho'the BOUthweet corner
"f Matsqui, B.  C, intend    to    apply | of District Lot
'or ^ license to prospect for
'"W'lcum on the following	
thence west
thence north
L.
lands: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-Commencing at a post, marked
'''��� Cruickshank's southwest corner,
*?\ "it tbe section line between town-
JP�� 13 and lfi, about one mile south
WfWhere Bald section line Intersects
.,'" the southern boundary of Dis-
II J'ot 4fi. K'-fK'P 2, New Westminster District,    thence east   one mile.
\*l!" nistrict Lot 64. group 2. No*
;oai and   ianee-of about ����^��~f%*3!
w,
of
^^nlnster District, a   distance
al)ouf 30 chains, thence west to the
Lot    1",    *'������F   ��i   "   - .    ,���   .,,       HP(v
10 BO chains, thence west to the BOO
line  between townships 13 nnrt
' of about 10.45 <'^"��'
south  to the    point of com-
^   ft distance of about one
containing 466 acres more
tion    	
16, a distance
thence
$1000
secures
enue, near
lot 66x132 to lane. Royal av-
Tenth street. Price $2000.
Lincoln City 1. Hull City 3.
SOUTHERN  LEAGUE.
Brentford 3, Coventry 1.
Brighton and Howe l. Plymouth 0.
Bristol Rovers 1, Reading 0.
Swindon 1, Croydon 2.
Crystal Palace 2, Southampton 0.
Exeter 2, Northampton 3.
West Ham 0, Leyton 0.
Lutom Town 4, Millwall 1.
Norwich City 2, Watford 2.
Queen's Park 1, North Brompton 0.
Portsmouth 1, Southend 1.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
ff ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they havt
��, VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
R
0
MARATHON   RACE.
niencenicttt.
mile, and
or less.
LILLIAN
SHANK,
ELIZABETH       CRUICK-
Per   Alex.   Cruickshank,
Langley and Surrey Acreage
We have several choice pieces of
acreage on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
Good terms.
NATIONAL FINANCECO.,Ld
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
{Cash and Walmsley Race on  Muddy
Queens Park Track.
Just how lt happened is not quite
! clear,   but  nutnehow  J.   P.   Cash,  of
j tlie Royal Cafe, decided that one of
j his waiters. J. Wiumsley,    could not
i show   him  anything in  the    way of
| speed.    To  settle  the question,  and
| decide   the   ownership   of   $50    that
somehow became Involved, Cnsh and
jWaimslcy,   accompanied   by   a  corps
of trainers, starters, referees, rubber-
downs, rubbernecks nnd a  stakeholder, adjourned to Queens Park on Saturday  afternoon.
The race that followed has not had
Its parrnllel In B. C. history, may
there never be another like It. Walmsley allowed Cash to tako the lead,
ERSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
'HE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of th��
Accident by which he was injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk of
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
'REDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms ls
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means loss of time, money, endless annoyance and
l   worry. <������
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OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are insured.
NLY Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy in tbe Railway Passen-
I gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St. r    PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Monday,
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And the Terms
FERruary a. a,
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$50 Cash $ 10 a month
Ivery Piece A Real Money Maker
There is no kind of Sapperton proposition we cannot entertain.
EXCLUSIVELY WITH
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Darke
6 Guichon Block
Phone 512
Over Annandale's Grocery Entrance McKenzie Street
New Westminster, B.C.        Phone 512
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oNDAY,  FEBRUARY  28,  1910.
pasic and Drama
TH* DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
AN AMERICAN LORD.
|   bappy chance directed Charles B.
Lford's attention
to   "The   Ameri-
;" just  at  a time  when  he
, desirous, for the sako of artistic
;(, to introduce into his repert-
ciuiracter    that would    reflect
.ern  life  ns  vividly  as  those  of
'  giassio drama portray the people
d cuBtoms   of centuries    gone
w. s
Intra
r a
of centuries    gone by.
discussing his desire to have
]P'LLl:;:,lll:l;l\z\.l:ltl tells an lntBrestlng
tbo plain American citizen ought to        y llmo when she went t0
be represented. \ contract placed
the play ;u. .Mr. Hanford's disposal and
ne has given It not only close individual study but every advantage ta
cast, costuming and scenic equipment. The presentation of the leading feminine role by Miss Mario
Drofnah Ik one of the most Important
and attractive features of the performance.     Thursday,   March   3    is   the
London to find a publisher for "The
White Wampum," her first attempt
at publishing in book form.
"I had given myself three months
to find a publisher," she said, "and,
understood that everything must be
Oh, it was awful. Words were
spelled wrong, whole .hies were
left out, and everything seemed to be
awry,    i   took  the  stuff  to  Clement,
aat(   ot  Mr. Hanford s engagement in   Scott, the great English critic   'Come
lb-  America�� Lord" at the West-   in!' he roared like a Hon.   Now the
minster Opera house
only way to get what you want from
saw my typewritten manuscript he
roared out: 'What do you mean by
having this copy typewritten?'
���Why,' I answered, 'I thought you
accepted nothing else.'
" 'No,' he said sternly, 'do you think
I ever take an author I do not expect  will  be  famous?'
"And bow will this look in the British museum labelled, 'original manuscript of Pauline Johnson's first
book.'
"Well, be took me, and I was made.
I told him  I had given myself three
piece
luthon
boned
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distinctly native _ theme and
hip with a friend who men-
'The American Lord" as being
line of his desire. A descrtp-
the play which had been pre-
with   success   by   William   II.
d   Mr.  Hanford  to bi ml  for
a iscrtpt, his own engagements
Hitting him to see a perfor-
It    bi came   bis   ambition   to
PAULINE JOHNSON.
Miss lv Pauline Johnson, who will
' appear in recital at Princess hall. Sapperton. tomorrow evening, is compiling a vdiume of her complete
poems, incuding her flrsl book, "The
White Wampum," "Canadian Horn,"
and the miscellaneous poems published since. Henry Mussen, Of Toronto.
Is bringing out the book.
a man is to flattter him, so I stood
back, saying, 'I'm afraid to come in.'
'Why?' he roared. 'I shall always be
afraid of anyone who can make or
mar me with a word,' I answered.
"Then he took my poems, glanced
over them and scribbled a line to
John Lane, the greatest London publisher, i
"1 took this to Lane, and when he
I
months to find a London publisher,
and did not expect him to take me.
" T wouid not dare,' he answered,
'refuse a book Clement Scott had
recommended.' "
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plant ol
toilet soap, if   you mention  this papet
lank of Montreal
KSTAliLlSHBD 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
|P.;SE.RVE    11.000,000.00
Brat   bes   throughout   Canada   and
In        nd .ui i. and  In   London,  I n
I       New Vork, Chicago and Spokane,
ll'. S. V., and Mexico City.    A general
I business   transacted.     Let
I n ���; Credit Issued, available with
I uondents in all parts of the
I world,
BavlngB Hank Department���Deposits,
[received in sums of *1 and upward,
land Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
|annum (present rate).
rota]   .\ssets  ov*r J168.000.000.00.
��E��   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNBR. Manager.
j Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thi-o. P. Young. Prop.
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SKATE
��� at  the
| Pythian Ink
| HOURS:
��� Morning    10 to 12
a       Afternoon 2 to 5
%      Evening 7:30 to 10
THE  STEAMER
# Will leave the Brackman-
X Ker Wharf for Ladner,
a Westham [Island and   way
��� points at 2 o'clock, returning
1 on the following morning.
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PRICES:
Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children w'ol be
furnished skates for 10c.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
:
DEALER IN
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks In the cleanest and niost
sanitary   kitchen  ln   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
:|W O O D
730  FOURTH  ST. PHONE   R527
oney
A GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need It,
and it will  be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may he deposited at any time.
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FOR  FIRST  CLASS
I
China
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK  STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Remember   this   when
you  want anything in
these lines.
Job Printingl=
COAL
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL   ....
REST   	
. .$4,000,000
... 4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. liracey, Mgr.
GO TO TUB
ARROW PRESS
?39 FRONT   ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
"ronrletresa, Mrs. M. Domlny
Estimates Given. Phone 667.
J. NEWSOME & SINS
pAlNTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
*M Sixth avenue, between Second av'
enue nnd Third streets.
NRW WESTMINSTER      -        B'0,
For Tasty and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON BLOCK, MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
^CANADIAN PACIf IC
�� IAILWAYCO.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes���Large  Stock|jPlain"Jand
Fancy Glass
Farmers   Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
�����aaaMI
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Tel^chone 12.
New Westminster
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Beef,  Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
p. burns & co.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645  COLUMBIA STREET.
rzissiesu _^_anro9.ynira7y.-a_-_'i
'YOU NEEDN'T
COME ABOUND"
,- to our office every time you
need a ton ot coal���any of our
drivers will be glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is In good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here Is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
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GILLEY  BROS. Ltd.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
milking direct connections for all
(mints in Eastern Canada and United
States. Rovelstoko local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 6:35 p. tn.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
B. C. COAST SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. It. wharf, Vancouver.
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. dally.
To Nanaimo���2 p. in. dally; 11 p. m.
Monday.
To Union and Comox���2 p. m.
Tuesdays  and  Thursdays.
To Alaska and Northern B. C���11
p. m. January 8, IB and every following Saturday.
To Chilliwack and points of call���
8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, B. C.
For further particulars call or ad-
ftSBM
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
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 an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Ilousf .cctlio Sad Iron ls the greatest boon pos
sible. No ie 30 ^ssened the  household  labor.    The  Electric
Sad Iron simple that, a child can operate It; and It 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 lu and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Cov Ltd.
or
v.
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouver, B. 0.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL   $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Weitmlneter. T��,iop^c_e MS. \
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE t>\lLY NEWS.
MONDAY,  FE8RUARY Bi ig^
necessitates having the follow-
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WASHING   MACHINES
WASH TUB8
WASH   BOILERS
WRINGERS
WASH   BOARDS
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES LINES
PULLEYS.
If you are not supplied we can
supply you.
X Anderccn & Lusby X
COLUMBIA STREET.
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TENDERS|
You can get them
for putting in your
|   SEWERS
���        by ringing  up
X Phone 281
! HARDMAN'S
X     HARDMAN     BLOCK.   I
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For first-cla is cut
kind of Flora   -v  ...
Greenhouse. Iti.li -
Inclement weather hi i field up the
work on the street imp.ovements for
a week.
Striking and original decorations of
excellent artistic merit, an individual
treatment for each house. Set- I.
Hudson, Sixth street.
A scaffolding has beep erected in
front of Johnston's Big Shoe Store
preparatory to removing the front of
the building in a start on the extensive improvements contemplated.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny _ Galloway. 43 Sixth street. **
A large,y attended banquet of the
Alumni of Toronto University was
held in Vancouver on Friday night.
Judge F. W. Howay, who is an alumnus of Balhousle, and W. F. Hansford, who is a Toronto man, were
among the Westminster men present.
In the county court, yesterday the
case of Tutyens vs. Bernard was adjourned   to  March   14.
The rails on tho Chilliwack branch
or the B.C.E.R. have now been laid
as far as Abbotsford, about thirty-
nine miles from Westminster, and the
work of getting the road into shape
for traffic will be rushed as soon as
weather conditions permit.
Chief of Police J.  W.   Mcintosh  is
the   recipient   of   a   letter   from   the
city  clerk,  expressing  the  regret  of
| the police commissioners at  his decision to leave the employ of the city.
If you need furniture of any kind,
linoleums, oil cloths, carpets or matting, at a saving to you of ten to
twenty-five per cent on your purchases, see W. B. Fales, Agnes
street. ***
The council meeting promises to
he short tonight. The chairman of
the board ef works will probably be
deluged wPb complpints about, the
condition of 'he streets, but the rest
of the business will  he small.
Are Filled With  The
Walgnmutf'"   ere!    ���������
ance at The Royal Cnfe.
ttond-
ODD   FELLOWS   NOTICE.
More Salary
Is obtained by those  who qualify  to
earn it.    A course in
Higher Accounting :r
Saiortiiand and
Touch Typewrifing
will   increase   your   salary   if   taken
Royal City Lodge No. 3 and Amity
Lodge No. 27, I. O. O. F., will banquet Western Star Lodge No. 10 and
Pacific Lodge No. 26, I, O. O. F., of
Vancouver, on Monday evening, in
the Odd Fellows hall.
All Odd Fellows are hereby asked
to take notice and attend the function.
The Vancouver lodges will cornier
th-e first degree prior to the banquet.
By order of     THE COMMITTEE.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Indivi luals. i n ' shall be pleased to
~' ' or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
]k Royal Bank of Canada
H      ' .   Cf.lir.a-al1 (Incorporated 1S69)
Dusiness ijcnooi capital paid-up  ....$5,000,000
.    .     ���~ ,..���    ��� ,    1     , i Reserve        5,700,000
A.  L.  BCULK,  Principal. ToU|   Assets    70.000,000
at
Westminster Modern
610   Columbia  St.
New  Westminster.  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
SURREY
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A meeting of the junior Schumann
club was held on Saturday afternoon
at th�� residence of A. E. Hale.
Twelfth street, where the pupils of
Miss Thompson gave a musical recital. Miss Gladys Oak.ey won first
prize in a musical contest. The members of the club were entertained by
Miss  Helen  Hale  after  the  recital.
Clients with $200,000 to Invest :'i
business or semi-business property in
New Westminster uiv desirous of
getting in touch with owners. Address replies to P. O. Box 135, city. *
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies1 Greenhouse. **
Nels Nelson. A. Swanson, 1). Murchie and D. Archibald returned yesterday morning from Southern California, where they had been holidaying for two weeks. Messrs. Ne.son
and Swanson went as far soui'
Mexico. The members of the partj
! got together in Los Angehs. where
they greatly admired the well paved
streets and handsome re: I lences.
Have you seen my new Block of
wall papers? I. Hudson Sixth
street. ***
A waitress is wanted at once at
Kenny's cafe. ***
The funeral of the late Donald Austen, who died at the Royal Columbian
hospital on Friday a' the age of
eighty-eight years, took place to the
I.O.O.F. cemetery yesterday afternoon
Rev. Alex Dunn, of Sapperton, officiating. W. E. Fales had charge of
the funeral arrangements. Deceased
leaves eight children to mourn his
loss, these icluding W. R. Austen, of
Pitt Meadows, Mrs. C. C. Cameron,
of Sapperton, Mrs. John Matheson.
of Langley and Charles Austen, of
Kamloops. The late Mr. Austen had
been a. resident of British Columhla
for twenty-six years.
Pauline Johnson, Princess hall,
Sapperton. Tuesday evening. March
1.   25c and 50c. ***
500 Acres between Yale and Townline Roads
$100 Per Acre
Terms Arranged.
W. S. ROSE, ii!��fesfe^
TELEPHONE 655.
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FuneraE Notice
UNION LODGE NO. 9, A.F. & A.M.
An emergent meeting of the above
lodge wil. he held in the Knights of
Pythias Hall on Tuesday, March 1,
at the hour of 2:30 o'clock, p.m., for
the purpose of attending the funeral
of our late Brother Geo. Trawford,
of Bow River Lodge. Calgary. Alta.
Sojourning Brethren are requested
to  attend.
By order of the W.M.,
W. A. DKAVOLF SMITH,
Secretary.
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
���Hard BlocU, New Westminster
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******
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY   RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
'If-PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THt      DAILY NEWS
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
i
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of S
wing
EVERY model is of rich design and is created in
a way (hat ensures it's place among the "exclusive" blouses for Spring. Fancy white embroidered
effects and plain tailor mades���every style you may
wish for, all planned by deft fingers.
These pretty models for the Spring season are
filled with newness, smartness, chicness. Filled with
superior style points that places them above the average display, lhe blouse section offers a wide chance
for choice just now and blouse wanters wishing to
seethe style exponents for Spring should visit the
store now while the display is at it's best.
Fancy
White Blouses
$1.35 Each
SPECIAL     WAISTS   AT   A
SPECIAL    PRICE
A limited number only of
Fancy White Waists, made
with embroidered fronts, set
with heavy insertion and
tucks. Sleeves are dill
length with pointed or
straight embroidered cuffs,
seizes 32 to 38.
On  Sale,  each    $1.35
Fancy
Embroidered
Waists
$2.75   Each
Made entirely of all-over
embroidery in solid and eyelet design, new puff sleeve
with lace trimmed cuffs.
fancy collar. Sizes o! to 14.
Specially   priced,   each   $2.75
Tailored
Shirt  Waists
$2.00   Each
Made  of  "Shamrock  Linen."  with   tucked   ind
loped fronts, fasl
pearl or fancy bl ��
linen collar ami Btlfl
Sizes ::i to 44 Inches.
Bach    $2-00
New Knitted Golf Jackets
The first showing of th e new Spring Golf Jackets is here.   New styles popular    and    serviceable,
combining comfort and grac e.
Among the  most   noticeable are those with High Military Collars and belted back, also vest collar effects with knitted pock ets  and   close  fitting   sleeves.    Anot her new style is a simple knitted .
for wearing under coats.
Shown  in   cardinal,   brown,  fawn,  navy,  grey,  reseda,  myrtle, cream and black.    Each
$2.50 to $4.75 Each
Rough Weave
Pongee Silks
Fashion reports all agree upon the
fact thai these already popular rough
weave silks will meet with greater
favor tills season than ever before.
Dyers have overcome many difficulties and the new colorings are perfect and the variety greater.
We Announce The Arrival
Of Our New Spring Showing
A complete range of shades ln Copenhagen, Alice, deep sky, light sky,
pink, old rose, wisteria, mauve cream,
navy, reseda, myrtle, brown, pearl,
grey, taupe and black.
Per yard 60c, 75 and 85c
15,000 Yards of
Wash Fabrics
Just cleared through customs, large
shipments of white and colored W^'1
Fabrics.
Our Wash  Goods
Section
Is just filling up with a wonderful
variety of New materials. We Invite
you to visit this department and see
the new weaves tind colorings.
W. S. COLLISTEI
CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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