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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.   C,  BAT URDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16,1910.
FIVE CENTS I'loSjOPY.
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RING'S FARM
iSELLS FOR BIG SUM
Valuable Piece of Waterfront
property Changes Owner-
It ship for $30,000.
\One of  the largest  real estate deals
througn in New Westminster for
ijiptoe   linn-   was     closed ' yesterday,
Ewhen    Till tint ii     Herring,    of    South
���['Westminster,   sold   part   oi   his   farm.
'bear   the   Westminster   biidge,   for   a.
SUm in   the   neighborhood   of   |::o,0(Ml.
, ';Wben   seen    yesterday    Mr.   Herring
j^'WOUld not  gi\e out   the  name  of  the
pj' purchaser, but he is understood to be
i a local man. ,
The land purhcased starts a short
distance (;.-i of the south end of the
bridge and extends a distance of suit
" along the river. The strip is 66
i wide.
The Tillman property is one of the
Oldest cultivated farms in this district   It    was   settled    fifty-one   years
���b by  the  father  of  the  man who
made the sah- today.
���ONT FOX CROWNS OF
DAVIO AND SOLOMON
Mysterious and Expensive pigging By
English   Syndicate   in   Pool   or
Siloam.
Under the supervision of two Tui k-
lsh members of parliament an English syndicate is excavating at the
Tool of fcjiio.iin. near Jerusalem. It
Consists of Captain Montagu B.
JParker, Grenadier Guards, heir p'*-
sumptive of Lord Morley; Mr. Clarence Wilson; Mr. Duff, a relative of
the Duke of Fife, Cyril Ward, Messrs.
/alsh, Foley and others.
^8ome mystery attends the aim of
cavators. The popular belief is
ley are searching for the crown
(���ensures of David and Solomon
Bier kings of Judah, which some
are burled in this region. Hut
believe that their main object
pi \ Ide Jerusalem with the
Eg water it sorely needs, of
there will be plenty and to
[should they tap the source of
jring.
Bcene of the excavation is the
known   as   St.   Mary's   Well,
legend of the fourteenth een-
iat the Virgin once washed the
Ing  clothes  of  her  Son  there.
���Fobably identical with the pool
where  David  told  Zodak  the
to   anoint   Solomon   (I   Kings.
Numerous attempts were made
t�� Hidor its water available for the
Hf  the inhabitants. Probably one
���if the   earliest   is   the   channel   con-
ICtlng   it   with   the   Pool   of  Siloam.
at tbe mouth of which was found one
Of  the   earliest   Hebrew   inscriptions
possessed.,   now     at   Constantinople.
which describes how the work of excavation was begun at both ends, and
how, by miscalculation, the two parties  missed   the  true  point  of  junction.
The syndicate Is working on Us
own account, and Is not connected
with either the Palestine exploration
���fund or with the American or German archaeological Institutes of this
city. Large sums of monev have already h��en ev'iended in obtaining a
permit, in nurehnslng land and in earning; o*i Hie work Ovr>r slrty men
��r*�� dailv emploverl and more than
I4R00 Is spent weekly in salaries and
wages.       _
Change of Name.
'-"'Alr-anv. N. Y.. .tan. 14 ��� The Postal
Hbirvanh   and   Cable  comnanv   today
STwiod to the secretary of state that
Hends to change Its? name to the
__Cseontinental  Telegraph company.
JEM. ESTATE FIRM
TO OPEN BRANCH OFFICE
Mte,   Shiles   &   Co.    Will   Occupy
Speck's Store  Next Month���Will
Handle   Typewriters.
,)n the first of next month the firm
White,  Shiles & Co. will open a
inch office in the store now occu-
id by Alex. Speck, near the B.C.E.
S depot,  under the management of
I A. Shiles and S. H. Farmer. The
Tsiness of the firm will be separated
much as possible, the real estate
Jartment being  conducted  in  the
iw  (|iiarters, where the district Rg-
Icy   for  the  Oliver  typewriter  will
Jso be handled by Holton E. Sands.
��A. E. White, the senior partner of
p firm, and E.   H.   Sands will re-
pln in the premises at present occu-
*d  hy the firm, where Mr.   White
|ll give his whole attention to mort-
iges.   loans,   general   financing  and
Jrlne Insurance. Mr. Sands will de-
Kte his time to the fire and general
[surance department, which has as-
Ened   considerable   proportions    of
(white, Shiles & Co. have secured
tfive-year lease on their new prem-
SEEK BETTER REFLATIONS
FOR RIVER NAVIGATION
Fisheries   Committee   of      Board     of
Trade  Makes Effort to  Remedy
Grievances.
The Fisheries and Navigation committees of the board of trade met
yesterday afternoon to discuss the
problem caused during the fishing
season hy fishermen placing their
nets In the deep water channel of the
river and so hindering navigation, it
was the general Impression that the
the present law on the subject is uot
definite and it was decided to memorialise the Dominion government to
Instruct the fisheries department to
take some action in the matter.
The practise complained of caused
considerable trouble! last year and
the business men of the city are anxious that some definite regulations
be made Which will keep the river
channel free from New Westminster
to  the  gulf.
APPRECIATED.
Ontario   Government   Agent   in   London   Thanked   For   Work.
London, .Tan. 14.���At a largely attended meeting of the citizens of Kll-
morsdon it was unanimously decided
to send a message of good will to
Joseph Clark, agent of the Ontario
government in charge of the Ontario
government otlice at 163 Strand, as
an appreciation of his useful efforts
to bring Canada and England closer
together.
MUTINY
Order On  Board  Ship  Restored After
Sailor  Had  Been  Killed.
Guiayaqull, Ecuador, .Tan. 14.���The
crew of the Kosmos line steamer
Rimses, which sailed from San Francisco on December 2 for Hamburg,
mutinied in port here today. Order
was re-established only after one
sailor had been killed and two
wounded.
Spikes   Will   Be   Retained.
Chicago. Jan. 14.���The old-fashioned
baseball spikes will be retained In
the American league, according to a
decision reached by B. B. Johnson,
president of the league, and Charles
A. Comiskey. president of the Chicago
Americans, after a conference.
"We have Inspected several devices
intended to supplant the present-day
spikes," said Johnson, "hut have
found that none of them are satisfactory."
BIGAMIST MARRIED
FIFTY-ONF WOMEN
Champion Marrying Man
Robbed His Many Wives,
Now Police Have Him.
New York, July 14.���The Hoboken
police assert that Baron Emil Karl
Von Mueller, just arrested in Los
Angeles on a bigamy charge, has practised that criiup. on a wholesale scale
for the purpose of robbing his victims. They say they have information
that Von Mueller, who is also known
as Von Derhagen, has victimised no
less than 51 women, between here
and California during the last ten
years. Von Mueller was arrested on
the complaint of Regina Verholmann
of Manhattan. She told the police
that a week after Von Mueller married her he disappeared with $-,T00
of her money.
CANADA'S   CREDIT
BETTER' THAN   INDIA'S
London, Jan. 14.���The Hank of
Montreal has underwritten for issue
on Monday four million pounds of
Dominion government 3 1-2 per cent.
stock at 99. The recent India loan
issued at 9(1 1-2 of which f>0 per cent.
was left with the underwriters, shows
Canada's credit three points above
India's.
WILL   SHIFT   TEAM   AROUND
Ottawa, Jan. 14.���It is announced
that there will be a shift on the Renfrew hockey team. Frank Patrick is
to move from left wing back to point,
and Lester Patrick will go up to
cover, Rowe going over to the wing.
This change w as strongly recommended during Wednesday's game,
and should work a big improvement
on the team.
Fred Whitcroft, of the Edmonton
team, telegraphed to Ottawa yesterday that the western cup-chasers
would he here today for practice.
They play the Ottawas on Tuesday
and Thursday of next week, and, after
making their try for the oup, Will
play exhibition games with the Wanderers, Renfrew and several other
teams.
C. P. R. Traffic Manager 111:
London, Jan. 14.���Archer Baker,
European traffic manager for Canadian Pacific railway, who U ill with
pneumonia. Is reported today to be
very weak.
TRAITOR JUAN REYES
NOW SUES FOR PEACE
General Who Deserted Estrada Would Again Join
Revolutionists.
Bluefields Jan. 14.���Generals E*
trada, Matuldy and Zeledon, v��itn 125
men, who have been detained by
rough seas for a week, will leave
Bluefields for Qreytown today. General Chamorro is expected to arrive
in the heart of the Chontales district.
Nicaragua, where he will be immediately joined by General Mega. An engagement near Acoyapa will then
immediately  take  place.
General Juan Reyes, former Gover
nor of the coast provinces, hag telegraphed to General Estrada from
Greytown requesting permission to
come to Bluefields and enter into
peace negotiations with Estrada without the acqulesance of President Ma-
driz. It will be remembered that
Reyes, who was second in command
of the revolutionary army, turned
traitor and went to Maligna with Ma-
driz from Costa Rica. General Estrada refused him permission to come
here.
Red  Cross  Supplies  Delayed.
General Ilurlad, lp. command of the
government troops at Greytown, sent
a wireless despatch to General Estrada through the British cruiser
Scylla, asking that a boat be scut to
Greytown to convey the Red Cross
corps sent *>y President Madriz and
General Reyes to Bluefields. Estrada
replied "I "Jvould have appreciated it
much if you could have sent the Red
Cross corp? immediately after the
battle at Recro, but now I have everything well in hand. The American,
Costa Rican and National doctors
have come to my aid and the wounded are nearly all well."
The revolutionists are strongly inclined to the opinion that this Red
Cross movement by the government
is bul a pretext to spy upon General
Estrada's plans The fact that General
Hurald requested permission for General Reyes to come with the Red
Cross Is looked   upon With  suspicion.
INSURANCE COMPANY
TO FIOHT WHITE PLAGUE
Metropolitan  Life   Buys 250  Acres of
Land  on  Which  to  Build  Tubercu-
Sanatarium.
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 14.���Approval
was given today by Superintendent
Hotclikiss. of the state insurance department, to the application of the
.'.letiojiolitan Life Insurance company
to purchase 25u acres of laud in Westchester county for the purpose of
erecting a sanatarium for the treatment of tuberculosis among its employees .
The company states that It has a
working force of 14,000, a number of
whom are sffectcd with tuberculosis.
It is expected the company may in
time widen the scope of the institution and Include also its policyholders.
New Lacrosse Trophy.
Montreal, Jan. 14.���It is announced
that there will be a new lacrosse trophy presented by the N. L. U, as an
association trophy. The trophy is to
be presented hy a Cobalt silver king.
NEW YORK SUFFERS
SEVERE SNOWSTORM
Thermometer Drops One Degree per Minute for Nearly
an Hour-Traffic Stopped.
New York, Jan. 14.���The heaviest
snowstorm of the winter fell upon
the city early this morning, and continued unabated all day. At eight
o'clock tonight the precipitation since
the first flakes fell, at eleven o'clock
last night, measured an even twelve
inches.
Twenty Below Zero.
In one hour the thermometer fell
from thirty-one .degrees above to
twenty degrees below zero. Prospects for tomorrow were said at
the weather bureau to indicate a
greatly Increased cold, high 'wave,
with resultant drifts.
Three  Pie  From  Exposuer.
Thiee person? died in the storm
today from exposure and Uick of
nourishment.
A threatehed strike among the laborers of the street cleaning department was fortunately averted.
The ferrv service was almost suspended at times In the lower harbor
by the blinding snowstorm todiay.
The narrow streets of the downtown
wholesale district were a confused
tangle of interlocked wheels and
curslnp teamsters
Postal Service Affected.
The postal service experienced the
BERESFORD SWEARS
iOMElHING AWFUE
SI
Unionist Candidate Uses
Profane Language in
Addressing Electors.
ODDFELLOWS INSTAL
OFFICERS FOii TERM
Portsmouth, Jan. 14.���Soldiers and
Bailors in large numbers elbowed civilians at Lord Charles Beresford's
meeting here last night to the num
ber of at least X00. The sailors are res
ii em but sympathetic, being afraid
openly to side with Beresford against
their own chief, Admiral Scott, and
the heads of the Admiralty. The civilians on the other hand filled ths
hall with shouts of "good old Chaw-
lie" and so on.
Doesn't    Give a    D .
Lord Beresford's oratory was highly informal, lie told his hearers he
did not give a damn whether they
voted Beresford or not, but for Heaven's sake to vote for the welfare of
Great Britain. He mentioned the
trouble he had witli the ministers of
religion who opposed his project for
keeping sailors' recreation rooms open on Sunday, and told how he had
informed the ministers that he did
not give a damn whether they supported him or not.
Falle's  Argument.
As evidence of the complete freedom from corruption of British politics, it. may be mentioned that the big
argument in the campaign of Mr.
Falle. Dnionlst candidate for the Sec-
find Portsmouth seat, is that he will
live for half a year in the constituency and will bring a stable of
twenty horses to Portsmouth.
In the event of Lord Charles Beresford's victory, it is not likely that he
will carry Mr. Falle to success
against Bransdon. the Liberal candidate, who has done a lot for the sail
ois and is very popular at Portsmouth.
Beresford will likely gain one sent
for the Unionists and the other will
stay Liberal.
Royal City and Amity Lodge Member;
Held Social After Business Last
Night.
Tho ofrlcers of Royal City lodge,
No. 3 aud Amity lodge .No. 21 l.U.U.r.
for the year liliu were installed last
night at a large meeting held in the
new hall on Carnarvon street. The
installing officers were as follows:
Grand Master Wallace Law; Acting
Grand Marshall, .���;. L.   Webber, P.G.M.;
Acting  Grand   Recording   Secretary,
N. U. Brown, P.O.; Acting Grand Financial Secretary, A. J. Martin, P.O.;
Acting Grand Treasurer, D. McPherson, P.G.; Acting Grand Herald, D.
Walker, l'.G.; Acting Grand Outside
Guard, J. Lawrence, P.G.; Acting
Grand inside Guard, 10. Walmsley P.
G.
The officers of Royal City lodge
No. 2 are as follows: 11. J. Lee, N.G;
R. Jaynes, V.G.; 11. Orr, R. Sec; S.
N. Strople, P.G., F.S.; M. J. Phillips,
P.G., Treas.; E. J. Boughen, Warden;
S. A. Lever, Conductor; S. Howell, R.
S.S.; H. J. Mills, L.S.S.; N. R. Preston,  O.G.;     J.   Lawrence,   P.G.,   I.G.;
D. E. Mackenzie, P.G.M., R.S.N.G.;
W. Emerson Gilley, P.G., L.S.N.G.; A.
E. Mann, P.G., Chaplain; .1. R. Lawrence. P.O., J.P.G.; C II. Clow. P.
G.. Organist.
The following officers for Amity
lodge No. 27 were also installed: J.
R. McLeod, N.G.; W. H. West, V.G.;
W. C. Coatham, P.G., U.S.; J. W.
MacDonald, P.G., F.S.; Alex. Adams, P.G., Treasurer; George Adams,
Warden; J. M. Kenny, Conductor: J.
F. Doane, O.G.; J. E. Tomilson, I.
G.', N. It. Brown, P.G., R.S.N.G.;
K. M. Campbell, L.S.N.G.; H. Ack-
ley, R.S.V.G.: T. D.Trapp, L.S.V.
G.: 0. J. Purvis. K.S.S.; W. II.
Harrison. L.S.S.; Rev. A. DoB. Owen, Chaplain; James Ferguson. J.P.
G.: J. A Johnson, P.G., Team Captain:   I.   Hudson. Organist.
About sixty Odd Fellows sat down
to a banquet after the business was
concluded, D. E. Mackenzie being In
the chair. A number of interesting
speeches were made.
MACKAY   REMAINS.
URGES NECESSff
Of dOSut TRADE
BANK OF COMMERCE TO
ERECT M. BUNG
Winnipeg   Home of  Financial   Institution  Will  Be  One of Finest on
the Continent.
Winnipeg, Jan. 14.���According to
plans now being prepared, the Canadian Bank of Commerce will have
in Winnipeg one of the finest bank
buildings on the continent. Tho present building is not by any means out
of date, but is proving too small to
accommodate 'the evei^lncreasing1
staff and the capacity therefore will
be more than doubled.
The property, which is to be north
of the present building on Main street.
has been secured. For the new building a style of architecture in keeping
with the handsome building now occupied by the bank will be adhered
to and the structure will be considerably higher in order to carry out
the effect of massiveness. it is promised that the chief feature from an
architectural point of view will be
the entrance, which is to be entirely
remodelled on a grander scale than
has ever been attempted in Winnipeg.
HEAVILY FINED FOR
IMPORTING ALIENS
Report  That  Ontario   Liberal   Leader
is   Coming   West   Denied.
Owen Sound. Jan. 14.���A. G. Mac-
hay says there is not a shadow of
foundation to the Toronto yarn that
he is going to drop the leadership
of the Liberal party In the Ontario
legislature and go west.
CONSERVATION OF    -
RESOURCES AT STAKE
Men Who Brought Canadians to States Under Contract Fined $10,000.
London, Jan. 14.���The treasury of
the United States was made richer'by
$10,000 today by the enforcement of
the contract labor law against Amede
Bellalre and Alme Rlchaud, of the
Manchaug coton mills, of Worcester
county, who paid $5000 for bringing
five aliens from Riviere Du Loup,
Quebec, to work in the mills two
years ago. The Manctwug mills are
owned by B. B. and R. Knight, of
Providence.
Billy Allen Wins at Utlca.
Utlca, N. Y., Jan. 14.���Tommy Mor-
rlssey, of New York, and Billy Allen,
of Ottawa, Ont., were scheduled to
box ten rounds before the Twenty-
eighth Athletic club last night, but
Morrlssey strained his ankle In the
fourth round and was forced to quit.
Allen had the best of the bout as
far as lt went. ___^____
Gifford Pinchot Says Monied
Interests Will Gobble up
all Public Domain.
same delays  and  Inconveniences  as
the  traction system.
The telegraph companies were also
nndlv crlnnled, but there was no actual paralysis of their service. The
telenhone system was troubled scarcely at all. ""n
Washington, Jan. 14.���The conservation ot natural resources and the
conservation of popular government
are botli al stake. The one needs
conservation no less than the other.
This statement epitomizes the formal
announcement made public last night
by Gifford Pinchot, who recently was
removed as chief of the forest service.
The former official declares that
the great moral issue now facing the
country is not the loss of natural resources so much as whether special
Interests or the people are goiug to
rule.
"At tilts time I have no comment
to make on recent events. Whether
ln or out of the government service,
I propose to stay in the fight for conservation and equal opportunity. Unless congress acts the water power
will pass into the hands of special
Interests without charge and without
limit of time. So with the enormously
valuable coal deposits in Alaska,
which the present law would sell for
ten dollars per acre.
"The spedlal .Interests must mo
longer be allowed to take what they
choose out of the great property of
nil the people. Those who steal public lands steal homes from men and
women who need them. Congress can
stop the pillage or congress can let
lt go on. In the absence of proper
action two great corno-atlon plans
for the public may fail. The first Is
the control of waterpower on navigable streams in the public Interest;
tbe second is the construction of the
deep waterway from the great lakes
to the gulf."
Summerland  Wants   Baseball.
Physical Director Wilson, of the
Vancouver Y. M. C. A., was called on
this week by W. Moore, of Summer-
land, who is agitating for a provincial baseball league. The upcoutnry
gentleman nlans to have thpee leagues
formed, one in the Kootenays, another
ln the Okanagan valley and one on
the coast, and when the schedules
have been played to have the three
champion teams play off In a special
series for the provincial championship.
An amateur league might be a pay-
Ins: proposition and good tamateufl
bill will be well patronized anywhere.
Jebb Wishes to See Colonies
Close Allies-Germany Is
Not Heaven.
London, Jan. 14.���Additional pollings tomorrow are: Derby, Gloucester, Hereford, Hartlepool, Ipswich
and Ashlonly. Jebb had a very good
"��" ting at Bast Marylebone last.
night. The chairman claimed that he
was winning all along the line Jebb
welcomed tne naval policy of the.
over-sea dominions and urged the necessity of closer trade bonus if the
cidomes are to become allies instead
>j1   alienated.
Alfred Lyttleton, |n London, described L|oyd-<3eorge's campaign as
"rake's progress" and accused him of
appealing to the lowest orders to win
the greatest number.
Milner     ic   Hopeful.
Lord   Milner states that he is very
hopeful   for  the  great  national-Imperial cause of tariff reform and preference.
Herbert Samuel protests against the
cheap and nasty fiscal policy of a
"made in Germany." At Ulster both
McKenna and McNamara spoke in defence of the government's naval policy, ma'-Uaining that the government
had done all the opposition had asked
it.
The Big Issue.
Winston Churchill at Dundee dealt
again with the constitutional issue, declaring that the Conservatives were
a retrograde party and that the question was a matter tf life and death
to the democratic government of the
country
It is Worse in Germany.
Lloyd-George at Cannock alleged
that the desire of Conservatives was
to keep out people of foreign countries. He did not say tilings were perfect in this country, but they were
worse in Germany. People must not
believe the other side when they
stiid tliis country was purgatory, and
Germany Heaven. This might be purgatory but they missed .the designation of the other. (.Laughter and
cheers).
Great Britain had free trade. Let
their free education and land go on
from freedom to freedom. George
Blackstock, the well-known King's
counsel of Toronto, speaks tonight in
Grimsby, in favor of Sir George
Doughty,  the  Unionist candidate.
A   Moderate   Tariff.
Addressing a city meeting today,
Sir Frederiok Banbury, Mr. Balfour's
running mate, in the city of London,
said that under tariff reform there
would be a moderate tariff on manufactured and partly manufactured articles. The tariff would not be great,
enough to keep foreigners out, but If
it only kept part of them out it
would give a chance to British manufacturers
G. P. Smith, M.P.P., of Alberta, at
the personal request of John Burns,
addressed a meeting last night. He
met with a great reception.
Marathon   Race   For   New  York.
New York, Jan. 14.���Jim Crowley,
one of the Bwiftest and best known
amateur Marathon runners in the
east, has turned professional. The
Irish-American Athletic club star has
turned in his registration cards and
announced that he is done with the
amateur contests. He will at once
begin hard training for the professional Marathons which will be held
at Madison Square garden within the
next few months. Crowley has been
offered a race against Tom Longboat,
to be run in Buffalo the latter part
of the present month, which he may
accept.
SUFFRAGETTES SEEK
NOMINATION PAPER
Battersea   Returning Officer  Says He
Can Not Legally Comply With
Request of Women.
London, Jan. 14.���Mrs. H��cks, who
Is well know in connection with woman suffragette movement, applied
this morning to the Battersea election returning officer for a nomination
paper. Mrs. Hicks told tbe returning
officer there were a number of women who were fully qualified to nominate Mrs. Desparl sister of Sir John
French, a well known suffragette,
who spent some Ume in Jail for the
cause. '
The returning officer told Mrs.
Hicks he could not legally comply
with herf request, and if the nomination of Mrs. Despart were made ne
could not accept it.
New Law Makes Trouble.
Boston, Jan. 14.���The adoption of
the 56-hour law has caused minor
troubles at a number of Massachusetts points. Strikes have occurred this
week at Slater Mills, Fltchburg,
North Adams, Printworks, and in several mills elsewhere:
' PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15
5
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Classified   Advertisements
WANTED���GOOD DINING ROOM
girl at once.    Appl)  Guichon Hotel.
WANTED TO PURCHASE���WA.NT-
cd a house, five or six rooms, well
in. Apply Box A. 11. Daily News office.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
era add dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
iihre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
FIVK OR SIX-ROOM KI) FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Pull particulars to L. R. F. Daily News.
FISH   AND   GAME.
I BENSON  & AYLING.  FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc,     Begble st-,
p. Windsor Hotel. 	
WANTED���COMFORTABLE    ROOM
by    single    gentleman    in   private
family. Hox SS Dally News.
PIANO TO RENT.
TO RENT���UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD
condition. Write Miss F. N., care
of Daily News,
FOR   SALE. ^^
FOR   SALE���FIRST-CLASS    PIANO
(Nordheimer); snap for cash ai  703
FURNITURE
W. E, FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie sn-eets.
Phone 176, night call SI.    	
GROCERY.
FOR  THE   BEST   VALUE   IN GRO-
ceries. phone 386.     The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Hoi 81L
Agnes   street.
298-10
FOR SALK���WHAT OFFERS? LOTS
15, Ki, 17 and lv Lot 1. Suburban
Hlock t2. This property is one
block from main Vancouver carline
and two minutes car ride from city
centre.   Address F. L. Harrow, Ash-
__croft,  B.  C.
FOR  SALE���FI RNITURE    OF  SIX-
roomed  house,  in    good condition
Also Nordheimer piano      in
class  condition.   Apply
street.
LIVERY   STABLE:..
RING FI* 260 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Sta
bles, 	
703
first
Agnes
FOR  RENT
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Applj 205
Carnarvon.
MACHINE   WORKS.
I,K SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prP-
��� ared.
I -^  =
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
Ii. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia  street.  New Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     1,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 004.
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province otlice, Columbia street.      Plione 62.
TAILORS.
GALVLN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAJ-
loring. A new line of fall Butfc
lug just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia Bt.
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone R508.
THEATRES^
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
'bia street. Firus-class moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Al-
LfcJ
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office ana store fittings;
cabinet,  stair,    showcases,   mantel?
and detail work.
mates furnished,
prietor.     Works
and car line.      P.
473.
Designs and est!
J. Brookes, pro
Corner  Eleventh
O. hex 251, Phone
LOST���ON THE 10TH INST., A
small green enamel watch with
gent's leather guard attached. Reward if brought to K. Buckley, c;o
W. S. Collister & Co.	
LOST���WHIfTE POINTER PC P.
few black markings. Finder kindly
return to II. E. Kellington, 22:;
Queen's avenue. Reward
FOUND.
FOUND���SMALL HANDSAW, OWN-
er can obtain same hy applying at
the  Police  Station.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and BUDUrban property,
260 Columhla Btreet.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
550,   phone  334.
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotfa Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims. Mus. Bac. Oxon.. teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FIXE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
oral repairing. Anything from a
watcli or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert. No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Hlock.
PAPER   HANGING   &  DECORATING.
1 HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomtning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiicS.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27 ���
Tiie regular meeting of this i��llse
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
Mr. Gordon Hall, formerly of this
city, spent Thursday looking up his
many   friends  before  leaving for
berta. ,    J..
* ���   ���
.Miss  Wright is  the  guest of Mrs.
Claude Iiiimacoinbe in Enderby.
* ���   ���
The many friends of Mrs. Shadwell
will be pleased to hear that she is taking  up  her  residence  here again.
* ���   ���
Mr. ll. Ramsay was a visitor in tho
city on Thursday.
* ���   ���
Miss May Richmond of Vancouver
was  the  guest of Miss  Veda Loamy
during the week.
* ���    ���
The Women's Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity church gave another of their
most enjoyable dances in St. George's
hall on Wednesday evening iu aid of
the Boys' Gymnasium. A delightful
evening was spent, the music being
most kindly furnished hy Mr. Major
and Mr. Walsh. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cor-
bould, Mr. and Mrs. II. Edmonds,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Mercer, (Contiit-
lam), Mr.'and Mrs. P. Neville Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Diamond, Dr. and Mrs.
.1. Harold Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Peele, Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell, Mr.
and Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Cotton, Mrs.
Farquhar Macrae, Miss Corbould, Miss
Vera Corbould. Miss Rlckman, Miss
Beasley, Miss Eastman, Miss Loamy.
Miss Alma Leamy, Miss Veda Loamy,
Miss Briggs, Miss McLean, Miss Pyne,
Miss Annandale, Miss Blew, I Burnaby 1. Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss Richmond, (Vancouver). Miss Mowbray,
Miss Clute, Miss  Lillooet  Armstrong,
.Miss Eleanor Brown, Miss Gertrude
Brown, Miss Lewis, Miss Alma. Lewis.
Miss Macgowan, Miss Josephine Martin, Miss Peele, Mr. and Mrs. II. P.
itham, Miss Cotton, Mr. Douglas
Tuck, Mr. Hull, Mr. Frank Hill,
Mr. Albert Leamy, Mr, Reid, Mr.
Shannon, Mr, Sholto McColl, Mr. Res-
leiger. Mr. Douglas Wright, Mr.
Harry Burnett, Mr. Staplel'ord, (Burn-
abv), Mr. Brown. Mr. Sutherland, Mr.
Oswald Peele, Mr. Adams, Mr. Nigel
O'Brian, Mr. Russell, Mr. Sperry, Mr.
Roy Pearson, Mr. Leslie Pearson, Mr.
Waller Brown, Mr. Tweedle, Mr. Wal
ter Cotton, Mr. Keith Macgowan, Mr.
ltallock and Mr. Smith.
*    ���    *
Mrs. J. E. Rothwell was the hostess
at a most enjoyable and hugely attended tea on Tuesday afternoon at
her beautiful home on Agues Btreet.
The hostess received in 11 handsome
gown of lattis blue, richly embroidered and braided. Mrs. Dawson of Prince
Rupert, who received with the hostess, wore a very becoming gown of
garnet satin. The tea table was most
artistically arranged in yellow and
pink candles and shades, suspended
from the chandelier with yellow ribbons wtis a most beautiful basket of
yellow jonquils. The tea table was
In charge of Mrs. William Gilford,
who wore a beautiful white lace robe,
over gold gauze, and Mi's. Walter
Cbamberlin. wbo was gowned in blue
satin.     Assisting     Mrs.   Gifford     and
Mrs. Chamberlain were Miss Frances
Herring. Miss Mnnn. Miss Julia Clifford and little Mis* lean McKay.
Little Girlie Gifford and Dorna McKay opened the door to the guests.
Harper's orchestra dispensed sweet
music and Miss Munn added to the
brightness of the afternoon by singing.
��   *   s
The   invitations   are   out     for     the
WHEN GOING east
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU 0 J
"THE NORTHWESTERN LlNpI
Eight Trains Every Day in n, y I
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul!
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OI        .1,.
THE       NORTH-WEST1   ;.,.     L:
Embodies the uewest  a   .
[or   COMFORT, CONVl
LUXURY.     It  Is   lighted   \
electricity and gas;  the
ly illuminated train In the
equipment consists of pi
ment  cars,  standard  18       tion .,1
ers,    luxurious dining  cat j
chair cars (seats tree), :,..j ���]
coaches and buffet, llbrarj and I
rug < ne
For  Time  Tables.   Pol lers, n- ,J
fiirthi"- Information  call on or -.v ,
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avonne. Sf-ttle U'd
.. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO.
���Meetings the iirsta nd third Tties
day in each month, /isititig breth
ren cordially United 10 attend
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' Hock. Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, LO.F
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, in the ^mall
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Alton
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secro
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.     Chief, w. Sumerland.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PIUNCE, AUDITOR and Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westmiuster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box  TIC..
H. .1. A. BURNE IT. Al DlTOll AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7
Westminster Trust   Block.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. K.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L(115.
li  WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
;.      kind of job printing.     Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs;   Cowie Carbon  Papers.
I. O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGES
No. 3���Mcds In Oddfellows' hall, '
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne. P G, recording secretary
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS
t-.-rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
CABINET   MAKING.
d.  v. "lewttlwaitoT^cabinet-
maker and upholsterer,  4'j.-> Clark-
son    street    (behind    Burr block).
Furniture  made  and   repaired.   Mis-
I sion furniture in ti'- and oak.
ise
leaf ledgvrs
Phone    55, ' P.  O.    Box  142-    ' Old
Dally   News   Block,  Sixth  Street
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.      I). McElroy, Tel. 100
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,    SKI UTS.
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for i\. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram nflice.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new aud second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
ofiice.
WADE, WHEALLEK & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, k. c��� A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooni3 20 and 21, Williams building, 41.��, Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Grand Trunk Pacific. Branch
Lines Company will apply to the
Parliament of Canada, at its present
session for an Act further amending
the Act incorporating the Company,
chapter 99 of the Statutes of 1906, as
amended by Statute 86 of the Statutes
of l!)t)9 hy authorizing the construction of the following additional lines
of railway: ���
(1) From a point on the Western
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway between the east limit of
of Range 12 and the West limit of
Range 17, west of the third meridian
thence in a southwesterly and westerly direction to a point in the vicinity of Calgary, or to a point on the
line whicli the Company is authorized under paragraph 14 of clause 11
of said chapter 99 to construct to
Calgary:
(2) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (1) between the east limit of Range 20 and
the west limit of Range 28, west of
the third meridian, thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction to
Regina or to appoint in the vicinity
thereof.
(3) From a point on the proposed
line mentioned in paragraph (2) between the east limit of Range 24 and
the west limit of Range 27, west of
the second meridian to Moose Jaw,
of to a point in the vicinitv thereof;
(4) From a point on the westerly
Division of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway between Arfiand and Wain-
Wright, thence in an easterly and
southeasterly direction to a point on
the line which the company is authorized by paragraph 13 of clause li of
Raid chapter 99, to be constructed to
Battleford.
(5) From Regina or a point in the
vicinity thereof, thence in a south-
wesertly and -westerly direction to
Lethbridge or to a point in the vicin
ity of Lethbridge on the lino which
the Company is, under paragraph 14
of clause 11 of said chapter 90, authorized to construct from Calgary to
the southern boundary of the province of Alberta at or near Coutts.
(6) From a point on the main line
of the Western Division between
Moose Lake and Tete Jaime Cache,
thence through thi; drainage of the
Clearwater River, Bonaparte River,
Seton and Anderson Lakes and the
Lillooet River or the Squamish River
or between the last two rivers to
Vancouver, British Columbia authorizing an Issue of bonds te the extent
of $30���000 a mile of the said lines of
railway, numbered (1) to (5) Inclusive and comprising the said lines
within what are defined by the said
Act as the "Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberta Extensions"; authorizing
an issue of bonds to the extent of
$50,000 a mile of the said line of railway numbered (fi) and comprising
the said line within what is defined
by the said Act as the "British Columbia Extensions;" and also amending paragraph 11 of clause U of the
said Act, as regards the southern terminus of the line thereby authorized,
to be constructed from RoKina to the
international boundary at or near
North Portal.
Dated at Montreal this 29th day of
November, 1909.
W. II. BIGG A R,
Solicitor  for Applicants.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westminster, Juty
23rd��� 1909.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, 8CENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision,
on the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISTRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT. ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE IN
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH  DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IN A
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HAVE THE POSITIVE A88URANCE
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND NARROWS IN THE VERY NE
FUTURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSELVES TO DO THIS. EXPERTS TELL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL
BE THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON TmE COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WONT
BUY THEM.
FOR   FURTHER   PARTICULARS   REGARDING   BURRARD  APPLY   TO    E.    W.    McLEAN,
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you  have to do Is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c).from any
grocer.
First:    Cut out the end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:     Cut  out   the  coupon  which  appears  in  the   Daily News every morning.
Third:     Paste  the two together and fill in your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it In the Sealed Ballot Box provided for the purpose at H.  Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia street and  Lorne street.
IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, SEND SAME ADDRESSED TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,
LIMITED, P. O. BOX 1057, VANCOUVER, B. C, AND MARK IN CORNER OF ENVELOPE, "LIGHT
HOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITION."
THE BALLOT BOX WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITTEE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
ON SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, ON WHICH DAY THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE IN ONE OF THE LARGE HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL BE
DULY  ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE���WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP A FAIR TRIAL; USE IT AC
CORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTED THE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS:
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAY,
SO  WE  JUST HAD TO CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO  SUIT  CONDITIONS.
NO EMPLOYEE OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED, WHO MANUFACTURE
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD WE
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS  MANNER?
ASK YOUR GROCER GROCER  ABOUT   IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Dally News Pub. Co., Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears In the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary-
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY COUPONS AS YOU WISH.
.
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���/��Auiti Ji SATURDAY,  JANUARY  15, 1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE.
���
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
, To tlit- Housewife tho Klectric Sad iron Is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sad l" 'i is so simpl, ii,:11 a clijld can operate it; and il can be used
an: part of the house where there Is an electric light. Iron al-
W* hot;  no useless walking or waiting;  Ironing done in hall the
fame  '.      c.-o        i    makes  and  styles,  Call   hi  and  lei  Us  Show
th*:.! '" > "ii.
T�� J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
YOUNG  MEN  FOR  BIG  SHIPS
Cunard Line Will Put Old Officers
on Slower Vessels.
The racking anxiety of speeding
its express steamers across the Atlantic will be put by the Cunard line
in future upon men younger in the
service than the captains who have
been commanding tlu- big turbines
Mauretania and Lusilania, says a New
York dispatch.
The older men will be given a resl
in the Blower ships, their pay being
increased at the same time thai they
are relieved of the great responsibility of forcing the swifter vessels
on their speedy runs.
��� This policy was emphasized when
the old t'mbiia arrived from Queen*
i town and Liverpool, aud it was announced  that  her  commander.  It.  CL
; Ward, the commodore of the fleet,
would not take Captain 1'ritchard's
place as commander of the Mauretania, it being the company's intention to put younger men on the bis
turbiners. The Dmbria made tbe
voyage as an emergency vessel. She
was thought to have been permanently retired from the service, hut
the burning of the Lucania left the
old-time vessel the only available extra ship, and sbe will make three trips
while other liners are in ocurse of
winter overhauling.
AT
'S
COPVRI&HT
is an event of a lifetime, ami ihe general verdict of all wbo have done so
is that they want to repeat the expert! nee as often iis possible, for our
food is always of the highest quality,
clean, wholesome and satisfying,and
served In the best style, quickly and
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
������������������������������������������������������*������������������������
Electric Railway Service i
Interurban Line.
Cars    (or   Vancouver   and    way
atai ious   will   run   e\'cry   hair
-hour   from   a:r,0   a.  in.    Last
car leaves at 11   p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars o'ave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   Cars   leave   tram ���
office en the hour, twenty min- ��
u..--   ....>.-:,   and   forty    minutes J
after, commencing at 0:20 a. m. ���
���
Sapperton    Line:    Cars   leave ���
at  ten  minutes after  the hour, <���
half past and fifty minutes after *,
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:30 f
a.  in. ���
���
Sunday service half-houny he- ���
tween 8:30 a. ni. and 11, p. m. *)
, i   ,.    ���������   .. 1���. *
The Leading War
drobe Clothier
Can supply you with just
I what you  want to   keep |
you warm.
Flannel Shirts        Lined Gloves
New consignment ot Sweater Coats
(A   look  at them  makes you  feel   comfortable.)
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Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
j   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ��� I Columbia Street
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fiasterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
;LOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..*6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR M-50 per Bbl-
��   Ci       _   *     0   r       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
icljuarrie & to. ���
'RONT STREET. New Weatmlnater. Telephone SS3.
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;  your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the ���
!!  most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone ���
For information as to contracts, consult the adver- ���
tising man.    A 'phone call will bring him to your ���
place of business. X
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Burnaby Municipal Elections
Saturday, Jan. 1 5
VOTE   FOR
BYRNE
 FOR REEVE	
And Continued Prosperity.
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STATIONERY \
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
jioice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Sausage
AT THE
>ntral Meat Market
an Elghtn St. *n��    fifth Av��nd*
PHONE  170.
IOWEI.L A OODr, Prooriator*.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
If you specify our materials.
The quality of lime is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and for that
reason alone It will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of quality comes up our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS, Ltd.
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WE CALL
Robin Hood Flour
"The Flour that is Different"
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We must stand ready to prove
it and also prove that the difference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
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We ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
MOCSi JAW, SAi>K. LIMITED   I
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Figure out your own discount! Look on the
price tickets���take one-fourth off from the marked
price���pay us the balance and the goods are youis
Fair, square proposition isn't it.
This is the season of the
year when we clean out our
winter stock, in order to
make room for spring goods.
It Is simply a fair, square,
.business proposition, that's
all���no trickery and no misrepresentation.
Boys' School Suits, good values at regular prices.
$8.00 Suits for $6.00       $5.00 Suits for $3.75
$6.00 Suits for $4.50       $4.00 Suits for $3.00
Men's Heavy Underwear,  all sizes,  and all the
best makes.
$7.00 values for $5.25     $4.00 values for $3.00
$5.00 values for $3.75     $2.00 values for $1.50
Other Goods Reduced.
Line of Lonely Suits at Half Price. These must go.
$20. values for $10.      $18. values for $9.
$15. values for $7.50
This is a tremendous Discount, when
it is given in our square dealing way
REID & CO.
TMEESTORE  OP SATISFACTION
No^GoodsfCharged at Discount Prices. PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY. JANUARY ,5
The Daily News
Published by Tne pally News Publish;
Jng Company, Limited, at their offices
���Corner   of
McKenzie
St roots.
ami    Victoria
UMbMU LOSERS
INVADE NEWS OEFiCE
I scliool uports which are to be placed
! before the legislature next mouth?
J. N. Ml'IK.
January 14, 1910.
��. A. Paige Managing   Directoi
Wholesale    Misappropriation   of   Rain
Shields at St. Andrews Fixed Up,
But "Never Again."
SATURDAY, JANUARY   15,  1910
PROVINCIAL    POLITICS.
Au
umbrella v
is taken by mis-
take
from
St. Andrews church 1
ast
night
.    Th
e owner can have sa
me
by 01
tiling
for it
at the News
ot-
flee.
No slight amount of Interest attaches to the opening of the Legis-
ture on Thursday next. There are
several matters upon which the electors require to bt> enlightened that
will come forward in some definite
shape upon the assembly of the
House. One Question, upon Which
there is a good deal of speculation, is
as to what course the Premier will
adopt in regard to his election by
the two constituencies of Victoria and
Yale. It is generally assumed that
lie will choose to represent the Capital City; but as to what he will do
in regard to Yale is as yet quite unknown. The Premier's position confers upon him the opportunity to perform a graceful act of courtesy
toward the opposition, ana it he take.-;
tills advantages to acl iu a magnanimous way lie will undoubtedly gain
in the estimation of the public. But
whether he does tiiis or not, lt Is
not to be expected thai he will con-
tlnue to hold the Yale seat. As one
who often pleads the necessity of consistency he can not do this in face
of the outburst of indignation on the
part of Conservatives al Ottawa at
the decision of Sir Wilfrid Laurier '
to rest in both the seats to which he
was elected, namely, Ottawa and
East Quebec.
Another question about which the ,
public mind is a good deal exercised !
is  the  rearrangement of the  cabinet
and  the   filling Of  the  two  portfolios!
rendered vacant by the resignation of
Messrs.   Tatlow  and   Fulton,     it  has
been    semi-offlclally  announced   that
lion.   W.  J.  Bowser  will continue to '
fill   the  dual   positions  of  Attorney-
General and Minister of Finance.    It
is to be hoped, however, that this arrangement is not intended to be per-
manent   Mr. Bowser is perhaps the
most suitable  man   for  the  position
of Law Officer to tae Crown, but no
one can  honestly  profess that  he ti
fitted to perform the very Important
duties of Finance Minister.    Even if
he were it is not well that he should
act in two such dlfferenl  capacities.
There Is also the circumstance thai
there is sufficient   work  in  the  Attorney-General's   department   to   occupy
his undivided attention,    it  needs  a
strong man and a capable finacier to
direct the treasury affairs of British
Columbia.    There never was a time
when   it   was   so   Important   as   the
present that the finances of the province should be carefully and  wisely
administered.     We   hope,   therefore,
the Premier will have the good sense
to  recognize what  we regard  as  his
duty In this matter and choose from
among his best   men  one  capable of
tilling the vacant   trusteeship  in the
best manner.
Then,  too,  there  is  the  bill   which
has to be
Out of trifles cometh a multitude
of misery, and verily the policy of
honesty is embarrassing and troublesome.    To-Wlt:
On Wednesday there was a wedding
at St. Andrews church. A Daily
News reporter was given the assign-
iivnt. Now, if there is anything a
reporter hates worse than work it is
a wedding. It seems such an awful
fate to be a married man. A reporter
never gets married. Once he fulls in j
love lie gets fired���quick. Hut The
News man was a hero and he went
to the affair like a little man. vm<
The novelty of going to church, the \    rh(
tragedy be witnessed and the though! ! (Pam
thai   be   must   descrlb     1. 1   bride's |
dress, when lie didn't  know crepe de  ^
chine from chintz, unBtrung his nerve.
lie walked away with sou,, i, idy else's
umbrella.       Somebody     e'se's     gold- :
headed umbrella, at that.
A  consultation was held on  his re- |
turn to the office on the advisability
of selling the rain-shield and  investing   the   proceeds   in   Johnny   Cash's
eat   bouse.      Qualms   of   conscience,
long   dormant   but   awakened   by   his
remit   visit   to   a   church,   interfered j
with   Ibis plan, and  the scribe  finally
decided  to notify the public that an ;
umbrella   had   been   appropriated   at
the Presbyterian synagogue.
And that is how the little notice |
reproduced shove was called into be- j
ing. I
Bright  and   early   in   the   morning ;
Peter Peebles phoned   up   The News
office.   lie  had   lost   his  umbrella   at
St.  Andrews church.
Andy McDonald strode in half nn
hour later. He had lost his umbrella
at St. Andrews church. He described
the damn carefully, laying emphasis
on the fact that it had the same summit shade as himself. He carried
away the prize.
Then came a civic official, lie had
lost his umbrella at St. Andrews. He
identified the manager's umbrella as
lu's and took it. away.
A real estate man was next. He
hud losl his umbrella at St. Andrews.
He identified the advertising manager's drop-catcher as his and went
away.
Tbe bookkeeper went nut to lunch.
During her absence a real nice young
lady shyly stepped into tho office,
fhe had lost her umbrella at St. Andrews church. She Identified the
!,������,';'���-<...,��� r's best young man's Christ-
mas gift as hers and went away.
A dapper young man was the next
oilier. He had lost his umbrella at
St. Andrews. When lie left be carried the star reporter's eighty'!
cut cotton-covered steel-frame under
his arm.
Aboul   two  o'clock  the  callers  arrived  in  real  earnest.    They  had all
lost  umbrellas at St. Andrews.    Th"
News staff's supply was Badly diminished by this time, but two weather-
beaten    articles    belonging    to    the
printers were discovered near tbe ink j
barrel,   Identified   and   taken    away.
Tbe   circulation   man's   pride,   a   silk
11      weight, was given to a teamster
; by the office boy; tbe sporting editor's
shillelagh-shield went to an itinerant
preacher;  the society editor's dainty
affair was claimed by a cook���every- '
j body except  the news editor contrlb-1
��� ut" I.     He   hadn't   borrowed   an   urn- '
i brella for three days.
Since yesterday an ironclad rule |
I has gone into effect at The Daily;
i Xews.    "Findings,  Keepings."  so   far ;
JUNIOR SOCCER SCHEDULE.
Following is the schedule of soccer
matches for the Walils cup, emblematic of the junior championship of
British Columbia:
January ID ��� Sapperton vs. St.
Louis;  High Scliool vs. Central.
January li-'���Lord Kelvin vs. St.
Louis;  Central vs. Sapperton.
January 21���Lord Kelvin vs. High
School;  St. Louis vs. Sapperton.
February 5���Lord Kelvin vs. Central; St. Louis vs. High School.
February IU���High School vs. Sapperton.
February 19���St. Louis vs. Lord
Kelvin.
February 2(5 ��� Central vs. High
School.
March 5���Sapperton vs. Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton;   St. Louis vs. Central.
March lfl���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin; Central vs. St. Louis.
March 20 ��� Sapperton vs. High
School;  Central vs. Lord  Kelvin,
April 2���High School  vs.  Lord Kel-
flrst    named    is    the    home
NOTICE.
1 ������"���*.:.<>
Tenders   called   for   I!.   C.   Quarantine supplies receivable up to January 1
16,  1910, will be received up to mid-1
,l;iy.   January   31,   1910.     Newspapers I
copying   this   advertisement without
authority   from   the   department   will 11
not be paid.
A. I). JAR VIS.
Ass't  Deputy .Minister and Secretary
of Agriculture.
Ottawa, January 11. If in.
January  Clearing
Sale
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
Great   Reducti
ons
WOOD    TO   BURN  AT    25    PER
CENT. OFF REGULAR PRICES.
The Fair
GiG Culumbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Everything in the store is of excellent quality and a genuine b
gain  at   the sale prices.
Supply your needs here and now. A nice dresser with Btandmaj
of hard maple wood In surface quartered oak finish, containingnj
large drawers in case, the mirror is a British bevel plate, L3x��a
size;   regular   $15   value;   January sale 	
We advertise what we  sell and sell what we advertise.
B
I   F FJ ^ Furniture Emporium
���    ���*    fl   ���*   JLhJ      ituJt Les's  Block, Columbia Street,
Phone 73.
NEW WESTM1NSTK
as  gold-headed  umbrellas    are    con- j
brought down to ratify the   ���(,nl(1(]     Tho staff ;lbs0|lltPiv refuses!
agreement   made   with   Messrs.   Mac-  to supply absent-minded churchgoers
kenzie and Mann respecting the con-i with an  unlimited    number    of brol-
rUruetion   of   the   coast  extension   of
the Canadian Northern railway.   This j
is a very important matter, for many
interests are  involved as  to  the details of the ararngements that have
been made between the executive and
the railway managers.    It is stilted,
however,    that,   provision   has    been
made for    the    work    to be    begun \
promptly and completed with till possible speed.    So far as tills goes It Is
satisfactory, but what the public are
most  anxious  to   know   Is   what  has
been done to provide fair and equitable   passenger   and   freight   rates   on
the new line.    This is probably the
most   Important   feature   of   the
tended  legislation.    Hearing in   mind
the    discouraging   result     which   attended the visit of an Influential commercial   deputation   to   the  executive
the  other  day,   no   very   satisfactory
arrangement   can   be   expected.       lt
muse  be  said,   however,   that   if   the
Premier allows such an excellent opportunity of doing a  real  set vice  to
the  important   business   interests  of
British Columbia to go by, his neglect
is not likely to be forgot leu.
lies.
Incidentally,     the     reporter     who
lused  all  the trouble left  his own
umbrella    at    St.    Andrews    church.
Will someone please return it?
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(Correspondence
V:..:..",?:..:}.::.
1 The Dally .News is not responsible
for tiie opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
MONTREAL CHALLENGEKS
GIVEN   THEIR  ANSWER
The secretary of the New Westminster Lacrosse club yesterday
wrote to tin: Montreal cup challengers
to tho effect that the first of July
would not be suitable to New Westminster for the Minto cup games.
There is ill ways a game With the Vancouver, team on July 1, and the local
men see no reason for making The
change in this arrangement, If tbe
twenty-fourth of .May is not suitable to the Montreal bunch tbe ques-
tlon of dates will probably be referred to the trustees of the cup for
decision.
PUBLIC   SCHOOL   REPORTS.
Sdltor Dally News;
Sir���Will   you   be  good   enough   to
i;i' I warn school trustees thai the detailed I
Bchooi inspector's reports, as printed
ln   the  "Annual   School   Reports"  for j
1906-1906,  prepared  by  the  superintendent of education, are misleading
and unreliable.
For Instance, after reading Inspector Stuart's report of tin; Huntingdon scliool and then turning to
the appendix to see who was the
teacher, you will find the name Miss
M. I) Lamont given as the teacher,
yet the "Public Accounts" show that
M I J. Lamont was paid $28!��.'.��0 for
teaching the Hedley school. Vet the
school reports name Miss Alice Col-
beck as theacher of tiie Hedley
school. The "Public Accounts" show
that L. B. Harlow was paid by the
ifive'tiuietit $270 for teaching the
Huntingdon school, yet the school reports place L. H. Harlow iis teacher
of the Mount Lehman school.
The "Public Accounts" for that
year show that about 110 of the 330
rural school teachers are similar to
the foregoing.
ft is proved that though tho Inspector's report of the state of the
school may be qulto correct, yet the
chances are about one In three that
I they appear against the wrong
I teacher. They tints become not only
unreliable,  but  vicious.
Would It not be advisable tor the
government    to    print    a    warning
I against   this   mistake   In    the    new
The Talk of the Town
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And why? No need to ask why, if you just look around the Store
you will see the reason in Red Figures. It is the genuine reductions that
make the Sale so popular. When SMITH advertises a sale you knov;
there is something doing, but when he says a RETIRING SALE you ear-
not afford to miss it, Bargains all the time, not on one or two articles b
clean up the stock, but on almost everything. Don't waste time. Come now!
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Doutle WidtK
Dress
Goods, 10c yi
$10 to   $15   Under-
skirts Down
to $5.
Vou will have to gel here early or
this lot will be cleared out. Five pieces of two tone striped mohair, In
green, grey and fawn colorings. 36
inches wide, well worth 45c per
yard; while it lasts, per yard  ....10c
Don t You Nee J
An Umbrella?
If not now, you will some day, come
and get one while the prices are low.
We have a lot to clear during this
sale. Here's your opportunity:
Six dozen gent's umbrellas, stout
frames, to clear 85c
Four dozen ladles' umbrellas, cotton and gloria covers; regular $1.26
for $1.00
Forty-three only ladles' umbrellas,
silk gloria covers; regular $2.00 for
 $1.35
Every umbrella reduced during this
great sale.
Cravenette and
Waterproof Coats
For $9.50.
The balance of our stock of raincoats, not an extra large one we admit, but a showing that gives you a
nice variety to choose from. Cravenette and rubberised coats, numerous
colorings and styles; regular values
to $18.50 for $9-50
Sil
underskirts in an excellent
range of pretty shadings, suitable for
evening wear, etc., to be cleared In
many eases at one-third regular price.
Make a special effort and gel here
early; regular $10 to $15 values for
 $5.00
Further Reduced
to 2.50.
The remaining few of children's
coats we offered last week further reduced to clear them right out. Buy
one for your little girl now. If her
size Is here���and there is almost all
sizes among them���you will get a
big snap. Sizes up to 12 years; extra
speciiil $2.50
60 inch Cravenette
Cloth 1.25 per yd.
In grey, fawn, green and navy
Mack, an  excellent   materia]  foi
popular cape, so much worn at   the
present  time;    regular    $1.75 valut 1
for, per yard $1.25
Trimmings and
.Bindings lc. per yd.
Throwoufs of narrow fancy
trimming, in various colors, velvet
and brush braid skirt binding, etc.,
numerous shadings, to dear, per yard
 ONE CENT
Buy Furs N
ow
Fashion in Its furs changes very
little, chances are there will be
slight difference, ,if any, between the
styles of this year and the styles of
next. The prices on these articles
will make you feel like buying two or
three. That is about the rate of saving we will give you. Call and
if we can do it.
see
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Directoire Satins
at 39c.
ir you really love ii bargain, you
still have a chance with this offer.
Some shades are sold but selection is
still ii large one. Illiiek, navy, pale
blue, hello, mauve, grey, taupe and
electric, are still In the showing, but
in limited quantities; regular 75c for,
per yard 39c
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T. H. SMITH
HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR '''.-' I
SATURDAY, JANUARY  15,  1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
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i    GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
SPORTING NEWS
TORONTO GLOBE   IS
AWAY   OFF   ON   FACT
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January  Sale   of Ladies'
Separate  Coats and Furs
Twenty-five only Ladies' Separate Coats, in newest, style, 7-8
|th and satin lined; colors, navy, grey, cardinal, black and cov-
;��loth;  regular prices $18.50 to ?28.50; sale price $10.00
��� Furs
; Handsome  Sable Scarf;  regular price $15.00; sale price $9.50
Mink Scarf and Muff; regular price $45; sale price $25.00
Grey  Squirrel  Tie;   regular price $10.5(1; sale price $5-50
Marmot and Musk Rat Ties; regular price $7.50; sale price.$4.00
The usually reliable Toronto
IGlobe, in answer to a Baltimore (Md.)
| correspondent, prints the following:
"Canuck, Baltimore, Md.���The Minto cup Is emblematic of the world's
I lacrosse championship, and is held by
Montreal, who beat Shamrocks, also
lot Montreal, late last fall. The Stan-
j ley cup, emblematic of the world's
I hockey championship, is held by Ot-
; tawa."
Many folks in Canada are under
j the impression that New Westminster
I holds the Minto cup. On reading the
above The News sporting man made
a sprint to th* Carnegie library,
where all the local club trophies are
kept. A cup that looks suspiciously
like the Minto mug is still in the collection.
BOWLING
The Cohoes beat the Dogs handily
in a house league bowling fixture last
night.  South  made,  a fine  score  but
the others did not cause any cheer-
j ing.  The  score:
Cohoes
12       3 Total
Johndro    115   145   122     H82
Keary    127   159    144     430
Fisher 138    158    122      418
Burden 99    155    113      3K7
South     174    217    173      564
i ATTRACTIVE PRIZE LIST
FOR WINNIPEG
'SPIEL
Davies
Pike   .
] Carver
Purdy    .
Monteitli
Sec Our Window.
he Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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Northern   Crown  Bank
Store!
tha:
OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN  CANADA.
Winnipeg, Jan. 14.���The program
and prize list for the twenty-second
annual bonspiel of the Manitoba Curling association has just been issued,
and is even more attractive than
usual. In all events there are twelve
events on the card, besides the uniform competition, and the trophies
witli individual prizes will make ���
most imposing array when gathered
together.
Several changes will be noted in
this year's prog-am. There are now
four open events, the Purity Flour
challenge cup having been added.
The Empire trophy is now known as
i the McLaren cup.
Increased      ice      accommodation���
there  are now  twenty-eight sheets���
permits enlarging the program without lengthening the 'spiel.   A supple-
= | mentary competition for veterans has
j been  added.      Besides    the    regular
������������������������������'���I*  Whyte   cup   event   for   curlers   over
11 fifty   there   is   a   special   competition
for tiie old-timers over sixty.    Valuable diamond rings have been donated
by Alex Black and John Girvln.   Play
starts  on  February  9, in  the  morn-
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Specialjpriv-
ileges to none.
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618 Agnes Street.
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AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...   .
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Ing.
BUCK  CORNELIUS
THIRD MAN AT BIG FIGHT
The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
West. In this era of development Western financial Institutions
must play an important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the Wesl at heart to share Ln the enjoyment of its privileges.
ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN A  SAVINGS     ACCOUNT     WITH     US.
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W estminster.
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Pittsburg. Jan. 14���Buck Cornelius,
of Pittsburg, will soon go into training, lie says it has been practically
decided that he is to referee the fight
l>etween Jim Jeffries and Jack Johnson next summer, and he must get
down to hard work,   He will wrestle, jas
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME,
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the railway bdlt in British Columbia, may be liomesteaded by any person who is tiie sole head. Of a family
or any male over IS years of age, 10
the extent of onv?-quarter section of
ItiO acres, more ui  !*���&=. ���
Entry must on uu.de uersoually at
tiie local land ulilee lot tUv district
lu which the lai.d is biiui*.u. Entry |
by proxy may, however, be made ��u '
certain conditions by the taiiier, j
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bis- |
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per-
form the conditions connected there-
With under one of tne following
plans:
(1) At least six mouths' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) It the father ( or mother, if tne
lather is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
to  residence  may  be  satisfied   ��y
exercise  witli  tlte apparatus
loses about  forty of his 220
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box and
until lie
pounds.
Both fighters are satisfied that they
can   not   do   better   than   select,   the
Plttsburger  as   a   referee.      Jeffries
��� isaid   during  his   last   visit   here   that
'he was entirely {satisfied, and left It
up to Johnson. Johnson then, came
along nnd said he preferred Cornelius
lover till the others. So it is practically   settled.
OT
FORTUNE IN  PRIZES FOR
FLYING  MEN   IN   FRANCE
NS0N & AYLING
the
Are now located  in the Dean Block
(next to Bank of Montreal.) Newest
and Most Up-to-date Fish Store in City.
See us in our new quarters.
BENSON  & AYLING
Fish and Fruit Merchants
. Dean Block
Paris. Jan, 14.���The committee of
the Aero Club ot France has drawn
up a list of the prizes for aviation, to
be distributed this year at the various
meetings to be held under the auspices of the club. Although the
meeting at Betheny is not mentioned,
the total of the prizes amounts to
the respectable sum of ?27O,O0O. The
meetings at Biarritz, Nice, Bordeaux
and Trouville have eacli promised
sums  of  $40,000  or  more.
The dates are as follows: Biarritz,
April 2 to 11; Cannes, April 3 to 10;
Nice. April 15 to 25: Bordeaux (Croix
d'llins). 7 to 9; Lyons, May 14 to 22;
Vichy, May 5 to 1?.; Bordeaux (Croix
d'Ainsi. September 4 to 11; Trouville,
September 23  to 30.
These dates, while not as yet definite, are nevertheless most likely
those which will be ultimately eon-
firmed hy t*\e international federation.
sucli person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by resilience upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be sriwn to tho commissioner of Do-
| minion lands at Ottawa of intention
!to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of rwenty-one
years at an annual rental of ?1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
Bhall be leased to one individual or
ci mpany. A royalty at the rate ot
five cuts tier ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COUY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���TTnnnthortzeC publication of
t'ds advertisement will not be paid
for.
Wednesday, Jan. 19
A.  E. CALDWELL  OFFERS THE   BRILLIANT   IRISH   COMEDIAN
BERNARD DALY
In His New Play,
4Sweet Innisfalien9
Fresh  from the   Lakes of    Killarney.
HEAR MR. DALY SING HIS LATEST  SONG  SUCCESSES.
New Scenery, New Songs,
New Play.
YIS, SO THEY WERE TELL1N* ME.
1!
.
STANLEY CUP CHALLENGERS
ARRIVE  IN OTTAWA
lite North American Life
v^hows for 1909
'-"Large increase
A-Lwge  increase
gprge increase in
rge Increase in P*
crease in EXPENSE
IIS IS THE COMPANV
���n NEW BUSINESS.
INCOME.
ll'     ASSETS.
IT   "*
YMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS.
RATIO.
TO INSURE IN.    CONSULT
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hite,Sh\Mes & Co
AGEN'TS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Ottawa, Jan. 14.���The Edmonton
hockey team arrived in Ottawa this
morning to meet Ottawa for the Stan-
lov cup in a series beginning next
Tuesday. The men are all in splendid shape, and at a workout at the
Arena rink this afternoon made a
distinct impr"s*lon on experts who
saw them practice. Fred Whitcroft
stopped over In Peterboro, but will
be here tomorrow. 	
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1   pir  day  up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room with  bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water st^am heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Daily News will be Kept on file
In our reading room.
'      CARLETON GILBERT,  Mgr.
/e
LOADED
ATlTOTlfl fl
Quickly nsport
' Traps Masks '
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
t flpmilnir majie'.oh and doioripttqn may
iira-iam our ORMlon peowbotuoran
fiwenflon m probably PMyMfeiiiFin B"SlS8
���nntfreo. Oliler.t sir'i:" for norurliiif pate"���.
lMionta taken through Mann & Co, i'ecelye
frrf lot not toi, wltniJUt ohnruo, lu tr.o
9C&DHI1C- ilWWiWwl*
A handsomely illustrated weekly. LnrKcst, olr-
oVati->u nt any noleniltlo lemma). Terras for
Ca':>ad.>, fi.75 h yott, postage prepaid, tiold M
ill w.'.i'l. i.ora. if  j
We find that our stock in many
lines is altogether too large and
must be reduced even at a sacrifice. For a short time we have
Mirrors In our bargain window.
This sale includes every Mirror
in the store. You save from 25
to 50 per cent, by buying Mirrors
at this sale. We over-bought for
Xmas and prefer quick returns.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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NIKE 10 STOCKQWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death in this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and In consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by livestock Insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one Issuing a
policy with NO exceptions, and will he pleased to give you full particulars whether you insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62        " TKejInsurance Man
657 Columbia St.
>r scows, tow
tats, jobs of
ty kind on the
,ast apply to
I. FADER
Let Us Fill
We will deliver it promptly arid give . y��u
Your Next Grocery Order
best goods-we will both be happy and have a prosperous New Year
SELECTED
35c per
EGGS���
dozen
ABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
fcvosb- 40c pound.
ERY   BUTTER-
CHOICE  CREAM   ul"
35c pound
Ayrshire Hose >
CANNED  TOMATOES���
*��10c can
CANNED STRAWBERRIES���
JAPAN  RICE���
is 25c
15c can
Good quality <v ftolUK
CANNED APPLES OR  RHUBARB���
Gallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLE8���
Large quart bottles 25a
E I. FADER'S
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97. f     PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
oh i umuay, ja
SV>��
NUAf,Y.;
| C H U R C H 1
|SERVICES 1
*": ,. *
(Changes lor this column must be
3eft nt, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. lj i tniays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has be��n turned
in by the pastor or other responsibla
party.)
school at 3 p.m.
(pastor.)
Rev W. Bwart Jones,
Sunday,   January   16.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Sbildrick,
rector. Celebration of Holy Communion 8 am.; Matins, litany and celebration 11 a.m.; Sunday Scliool, 2:30 p.
m.; Evensong and sermon 7 p.m. The
Rev. J. Thompson, Vicar of Nicola,
, will preach at the morning and evening  services.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
scliool and llible class 2:30 p.m.
Morning subject: "Tho Moral Courage of Christ." Evening subject:
"When it  Takes Nerve to Win."
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T.  Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
1)., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
Morning subject: "The Touchstone
of Life." Evening subject: "The Sympathy of Christ."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Rev. E. Ci. Thompson, M. A.,
paEtor. Puhlto worship: Morning,
11 a.m.: evening, 7 p.m. Bible class
nnd Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., Y.P.S.
C.E., Tuesday, Sp.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p.m. Morning subject: "Removing Difficulties." Evening subject: "God and His Relation
to  Human  Misery."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
scliool at L':30 p.m. Morning subject:
"The Divine Christ." Evening subject:
"How to Make Life Count," a sermon
foi- young people.
WEST END" METHODIST���Rev.
Jam-OS Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services ;it li ii.ni. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at lu a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at !S pin.; prayer meeting Wednesday at $ p.m.
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
| Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
echo] at 2 o'clock; preaching service
tit ". p.m.; young p<jo lie's service at
|7:30 p.m. Thursday, prver service at
'8 p.m. West Burnaiiy, ; , lay school
at 2:30 and i reaching ai  7:30.
SOUTH WBSTMINST] : METHODIST MISS. IN���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Harvest Festival services. Holy communion, 8:30 a.m.; Evensong and sermon, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. C.
Leonard, curate of Holy Trinity Cathedral.
GOSPEL HALL, corner or Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
.1. .1. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m. Subject: "Can One be Saved and Lost
Again?"
CHURCH OF CHRIST���3or, Durham. Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH
���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Services
every Sunday afternoon in Kirk's
Hall, (corner Keary street aud Columbia street) at 3:30. Sermon subject for Sunday: "The Greatest Purchase on   Record."
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G. T. P. Station at Ottawa.
Ottawa. Jan. It.���President Hays,
of tho Grand Trunk railway, who is
in the city, says his company's new
station here will be finished early
next  fall.
Crystal Theatre
PROGRAM
1.
FOR SATURDAY,
UARY 15.
JAN-
and
It Wafc a Beautiful Dream.
.Modern Egypt.
3. The  Devil's   Bargain.
4. Fools Led Between Celibacy
Matrimony.
5. Motor   Skates,
^i.    A   Secret Appointment.
7. Song���"We've Been Chums for Fifty Years."
These tire the very best pictures in
town. Quite new, directly imported
and never seen in Westminster.
I   MARKET
|  REPORT
Yesterday's market drew a fair
crowd in spite of the bad condition
of the roads, and the absence of any
boats from up the river, owing to the
latter fact the supply of produce of
all kinds was somewhat slim, but any
of the farmers who were able to bring
in any stuff did not regret the trip as
the buying was brisk,
The wholesale price of eggs took a I
further drop of two cents. The supply ;
was good but the demand was ind if- i
ferent.  Indications  seem  to point  to j
a gradual decline until summer. There |
was a b��tter supply of beef than usual
and   owing   to  iis  exceptionally   good
quality  all  offend found ready sale.
There was a poor demand for lamb
and mutton, no greal supply offering.
There was a good supply and demand
for  veal   and  pork,  but  only  a  fair
supply of fowl.   Consequently chickens  and   birds  of  first  class qualify
brought good prices. The few ducks
thai were offered were quickly bought
up by early buyers. There was a better  supply of apples than there lias
been  for  some  time    but  a distinct
falling away in tlte demand was noticed. It is expected that the up-river
boats will  be  on  their regular runs
again   by   Friday  and   a  particularly
good market is probable then.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb..8c to 9c
Beef, forequarters, per lb 5c to "''
Lamb  ���, 14c i
Mutton    12c I
Veal, large 0c to 10c
Pork,  medium    He
Eggs, wholesale, per doz. ..3Sc to 40c
Eggs, retail, per doz    50c [
Butter,  wholesale,  per  lb 30c
Butter   .retail,   per  lb 35c
Fowl, per doz	
Chickens, per doz.
Broilers, per doz. .
Ducks, per doz. ..
Potatoes, per ton .
Apples, per box . .
Onions, per stick .
Carrots, per sack .
Turnips,  per  sack
Parsnips   	
Beets   	
...$7.50 to $9.00
,..$(5.00 to $8.00
 $4 to $('
 $15
 $10 to $18
...$1.35 to $1-75
 $1.35
 OOc
 60c
 75c
 $1
Brakeman   Killed.
Owen  Sound. Jan.  14.���John  Petti-
grew, a brakeman aged about 27 years
was killed at  Hanover this morning
R. T
Auditor
.   PRINCE
and   Accountant
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lots 00 and 97, Hlock 6, t> dng
parts of lots 28, 29 and 30, group 2,
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof ol the Iobs of certificate of title No. 5717F issued in the
name of Margaret Emily Atkinson,
lias been fli id in this ollice.
Notice is hereby given thai  1 shall,
at the expiration ot   month from
the date of the flrsl publication hereof, in a daily newsprper publish id In
the lit\ nt' New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of Ihe Bald certificate.
unless In the meantime valid objection li made le me in writing.
('. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B, C, December 1, 1P0S).
Bank
of
CAPITAL
RESERVE
1 "id
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fougbom
Branches    th
Newfound.an.!.  ..
land, New Yorh
U. S. A��� and M
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IgO
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banking    busiui
ters of Credit
correspondents in   all   '
world.
.
,  ii
Savings It-
received   In
and Interest
ti
Books Closed, Audits    Made,    State
ments and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
Room   0  Westminster    Trust    Block
Phone L57S, P. O. Box 795
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-
resiling for bath or toilet, Eor wasting underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses  and   purifies.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth  St.
IN   THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH     COLUMEIA
In the batter of the North Wesl
quarter Sect ion 25, Township 13, 10.
O. M. District ol New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter of the Estate of
John Scott  Macdonnell, deceased,
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison dated the 7th day of
January, 1910, tenders will be received up to January 21, 1910, by the undersigned for the purchase of all the
Estate ami Interesl of John Scott
Macdonnell and  his heirs In  and to
till   and   singular   thai   certain   parcel
or trad of land and premises above
mentioned.
J.  .1.  CAM Hit I Dili:.
Distrlcl   Registrar of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia,
annum (presi n
Tota' Assets
;���
I ?i ,
illo��   i at 3
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over Utyj
NEW WESTMINSTER b,
G. D. BRYMNE]
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MERRITHEW &
PLUMBING AN
FURNAtL WOR
STEAM AND (J
FITTING
Also  General R
Corner Eighth,
Phorx
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ST0RA
Advertise in ihe
wtrice 'Phone us.     Barn 'Fkona 187
Columbia Street.
Baggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part of th�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
K. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISOO- |
t*AL���Rev. A. tleB. Owen, rector. Ser
vice at ll a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Com-
amnion lirst Sunday in the. mouth a(-
I
ter morning service.   Prayer meetip.5
on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Morning
subject: "National Punishments." Evening subject:  "The Forerunner."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. P. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday tit 8 o'clock. Morning subject:
"Sowing and Reaping." Evening subject: "What Shall I Do to be Saved."
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted in tho S. A. barracks
en Sunday as follows- 11 a.m., Holiness, 3 p.m., Free and Easy meeting;
7:3(1 p.m., Salvation meeting.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Class meeting. 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
school, 3:3(i p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. H. Marsh, pastor,
718 Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sunday service, 11 a.m., I. O. O. F-
hall.
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
Serviees at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday scliool ai 10 a.m. Epworth Ijeague
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and   Sunday
t of Us Are Good
s But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
tlie Bank o; Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future us?.
Suppose you open an
account with tt few dollars to start with $1-00
will do), and see how
much you can add to
your balance before next
Xew  Year.
THE   STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave theN Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham ,Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
"The Milwaukee"
"The P oneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansat City to Chicago.
No train* in the service on any
railroad n the world that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee At St. Paul Railway. They
uwn and operate their own sleeping
and dining e.ars on all their trains and
give i In i eatron8 an excellence of
service  not   obtainable elsewhere.
3   HOWE, Q ueral Agent.
131 Thi'     -M.   cor   Alder   I'o"iImu1. Or
We   pay   interest
your balances.
on
Capitol $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
Bank of Toronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. Oracey, Mgr.
VIDAL &
PHONE 475.
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The Whol
can enjoy an Bdlsi
the latest recordi
Amberol   i tninuti   n ord
AT
J. H. TODD'S MUS
NEW   WESTMIN?TE:
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
making direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Seattle train leaves at 8:35
a.m.;  Agassiz local at 5:35 p.m.
For further particulars apply  to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
*.'x��-'**trmza>if-& ���
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE 388.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
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'SiManutacturers and Dealers in All Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
        Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
|Rsh and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
\ JAMES & McCLUGHAH
GOOD   SECOND HAND
COOK  STOVES  FOR   SALE Cl
Loca
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St. I
Telephone 12. New Westminster I
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK SEVEN.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVE
"WMENTS NOTICE.
Ai
Ko. 1, Silicon No. 2. 1'iii   I'lac-
BUicon    Fractional    dniiiped
Claims, siluahil hi Hie New
Mter    Miniim    Division    ol
Westminster   Di.-tiiii,   where
Fltt Lake:
notice    that    wo,    I'll!     Lake
ad Cement Company, Limited,
Miner's (Vrtiii< at., n(). h:mi:m.
days  from   I ho date  hereof
ply to the   Mining   Recorder  for
iflcate of   Improvement   for the
Ot obtaining  a  Crown  Grant
above claims. |
I "further lake notice Unit  action
section 21  must  be commenced
the  Issuance   of   such   Cerliii-
! Improvements.
this   14th   day  of   December,
99.
CE BRICK  AND   CEMENT
LTD., 10. .1. KADIOIt, Asent.
Miner's Certilicale No. h:;iiI:;.-,.
ID Gil
Repd
I
FiP.fi
A
SACCH
NOTICE.
District of New  Westminster.
notice  that   thirty  days  tifter
I, Edith     Louise     1'aterson,
aVer, B. C.. occupation, leaclier.
to apply for a license to pros-
Opal  and   petroleum   on   the
described  lands:
Bencillf;   at   a   post   planted   at
HUthwest <��� ���>: of Central  l'nrk.
north   So   cliains.   I;,one     east
IB,    tin nee     south   S.p   chains,
West 8a    cliains    to   phi v  erf
ement,  containing  illn acres
less.
LOU IS 10 1'ATIOUSON,
T. .1. BEATTY, Agent.
December 7,  l'JO'.l.
NOTICE.
said  Timber Limit 38,783, 40 chains j Subdivisions 1. 2 aad 3 in Lot 21, Su-
more or less to tbe southwest corner   burban Block 13.
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly [ TO���
following the south boundary of said \     Herbert Salsbury,
Timber Limit 30 chains more or less I New  Westminster,  British  Columbia.
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence !     TAKE   NOTICE,  that   unless    you
MONORAIL TRAINS.
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (1(10 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garlaud McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
ROYAL ENGLISH  EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
give proof to my satisfaction within
fifteen 115) days from the date of
this notice that you have complied
with the terms of the certain agreement for sale of the said subdivisions 1, 2 and 3 in Lot 21, Suburban
Block 13, made between P. J. Hart &
British  Rights Are  Acquired By Government.
Mr. Brennan, the inventor of the
monorail gyroscopic train, has sold a
portion of his rights to Heir Scherl,
of Berlin, for a handsome figure. . The
inventor states that the license gives
Ilerr Scherl the exclusive rights in
the patents for the whole of Germany
and also permits the sale of the manufactured engines, etc., in the United
hut
Company   and   you   the   20th   day   of
February, 1908, I shall proceed to'can-' States.
eel the registration of the said agree-1     English  rights  are  unaffected
ment and that henceforth you  shall j ��� ���
be barred of all right title or interest       .   g    d        L Nanaimo at 7
whatsoever in the said lands, and pub- " '     ou,,ua->-
licatiou of this notice in a daily news- '
paper for fifteen days shall be good
and sufficient service hereof,
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar of Titles at New
Wesl minster, B. C.
.January 7, 1910.
TENDERS.
'District of New Westminster,
'���ke notice   thai   thirty   da., s  alter
I,    John     William "  lieatty.    of
[COUVer,  B.   ('..  occupation   painter,
lltend to apply I'm :i ii ��� use to prosit,.for coal  and   petrol.'inn   on   the
ig described   lands:
ncing   at   a   post   planted   at
.east corner of    Mary Sum-
northeast    corner  post   oa  the
idarjr road, one mile north of the
J.C.B.R.   tramway,    tbe-ice north  so
chains, thence west su chains, thence
��Uth 80 chains   thence east  S.i chains
O place of  commencement,  contain-
���f 640 acres more or less.
JOHN  WILLIAM   B10\TTY.
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7. limn.
<�������� i ��� '��� >������ '
NOTICE.
Thomas
��� ,JB.   I'
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, Die
lsth February, for the conveyance of
His Majesty's Mails, on proposed contracts for four years, 11 and 30 times
per week each way, between Die
New Westmister Post office and the
Canadian Pacific Railway Station
and the Great Northern Railway Station from the 1st April next.
Printed 'notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed   contract     may   be     seep     and
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess  Royal,   Leaves   Vancouver
une 25 aud July 9.
Princess     May     leaves     Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
Mr. Brennan has assigned to the navy
and army tbe rights in his patents for
a small royalty, In consideration of
the financial assistance the authorities gave him during the course of
bis experiments.
"Heir Scherl is one of the leading newspaper proprietors in Berlin,"
said Mr. Brennan. "and is also a philanthropist. He lias built model villages for the working classes and litis
taken a deep interest in rapid transit, which is necessary for the better
housing of work-people. He has a
great scheme for the construction of
a huge central station in Berlin, from
which railway lines will radiate like
tbe strands of a spider's web.
"lie believes that In my system,
which provides travel in safety at a
high velocity, he has found a solution
of the problem. I am confident myself that my invention will effect a
revolution  in   transit."
AUCTION SALE
We have been instructed by Mr.
Thomas Love to sell by Public Auction on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19
at 2:30 p.m., his house full of first-
class furniture, sideboards, extension
table, drophead Singer Sewing machine, lounge, China tea service,
Fairbanks new weighing machine
(weighs up to 200 lbs.); double barrelled banimerless gun, garden Implements, etc. Can be seen at residence
behind Fletcher's ranch, Sapperton,
any time.
Terms cash.
COOK  &  ROSS, Auctioneers.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une lo aud July 3.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICt.
SS.  Quean  City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
blank   forms   of   Tend
er   may
ob-
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   New   Westminster
.Monday,
;
:
:
These palmists do not tell things to
please a person, but lead your life
from the cradle to the grave just as
it shows in your hand. All readings
must be satisfactory or no charges
will be made. Address G13 Columbia street. New Westminster, 11. C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
Of New Westminster.
notice that   thirty   days after |
Janus    lieatty. of
occupation,   miner,
Jy for a license to pros-
and   petroleum  on  the
ribed   Ian.Is:
it  a post   planted  at
lorner  of district   lot
five   t-"-">),   thence
lins,       thence       east
hence      south       80
west     80  chains to
enceraent,   containing
or less.
JAMES  BEATTY.
nber 7. 1909.
im.ic ���NOTICE.
MI'S i tft     *9R   	
'   *- jkbttf New Westminster.
Ni'i- ^|Tnke notice that  t;.tr    >i    ��� -"'���
I Catherine fi m,   ;;��� in>  of
U?er,   B.    C,      eee,,; alien,    lady.
to apply f.ic a lie, n.��   ie pros-
tor  COal 'and   pelioleilin   on   the
immenclng     at     a   post     planted
nty chains oast of T. J. B. north-
it corner, thence north So chains.
ince east  80  chains,   thence  sout.i
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily   at   1:30  p.m.
Northern British Columbia���Every
Saturday  11  p.m.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Monday, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning, leaves Chilliwack al 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New  Westminster.
tained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queens-
borough and at the office of the Post
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver,  B,  C,  7th January.  1910.
JOHN   R.  GREENFIELD,
Post  Office  Inspector.
I Wednesday and Friday at S a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
or
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pass.   Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
NOTICE TO ABCHlTtCTS.
ROYAL    COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
COMPETITIVE     DESIGNS.
The  Board of    Managers    tor the
Royal Columbian Hospital invites
architects to submit competitive designs Of a General Hospital, which it
is proposed to end al Sapperton,
New Wesl minster,  B. C.
Tbe designs shall  be superscribed:
Design,   Royal    Columbian     Hospital,
lid  addressed  to   W.   II.   Keary.  Sec-
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule,
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:u0, 0:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 *>.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at S-:<iU am! 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter uut.i
11: of) p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver ai l.iOO a.m., and uverj uu.,
hour thereafter until la:en p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
For   reservations   and    information
call  or address
101).  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.   B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pa;s. Agent. Vancouver.
,1. w. TKUl iJ,
General Superintendent   victoria.
Great   Northern   Kailway.
ir.  Si at He
RS.      retains, Whence west Ki, *in, to  ;��� ^   ^ Qf e      ,,,., ��� ,,,
lace  of  commencement,   eomainnif, ,      . .;
, , umbiun   Hospital,   New   Westminster,
���ATHERINrFLORKNCIO  BEATTY, I B. C and will be received up to noon
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
Wednesday, 16th  February, 1910,
j     The design placed first by the adjudicator  will  receive  a premium  of
| $400; tbe second a premium of $300;
j the third a premium of $200.
The    Board    of  Managers    is  not
i bound to erect the building from any
.v.  N.W.  8:50  a.m.;
.ni.
Lv.   N.   W.   11   a.m.;
,m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
.m.
Lv. Seattle S:0f. a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:3". p.m.;
P m.
Lv. Seattle 11:46 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
1:35
ar. Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:4u
ar. Seattle 7:15 ���
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:801
.; ar. N.W. 6:20
,; ar. N.W. 0:2b
Istrict of New Westminster.
;e notice that thirty days after ; of the designs submitted.
Lizzie  Paterson,   of   Vancou
C, occupation,  lady,  Intend
ly for a license to prospect lor
id petroleum on the following
 ed lands:
Commencing at n post planted at
the northeast corner of lot nux
thence west R0 chains, thence south
SO Chains,   -thence    east     80 chains,
thence north so chains, to place of
commencement containing 040 acres
more or less.
fclZ'/IH PATERSON,
I T. .1. BEATTY, Agent.
Located November :!0, 1909.
ve'er"
NOTICE.
Conditions governing competition
can be obtained by bona fide competitors upon application to the undersigned.
W.   II.  KEARY,
Secretary,   Board  of  Managers.
New  Westminster,  B.  C,  January  7,
1910.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcies for Ladles from 112.75
up.
Silver Watches,   gents'   open face
96.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P.m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each weeg
day;   arrives  8:50 a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally ex
cept Sunday;   ar. Guichon  at
(Xftrict of New Westminster.
"     notice that   thirty  days after
A.  J-   Paterson,  of    Vancou-
'im��� occupation  broker, Intend
It  license    to  prospect for
petroleum on the following I etches.
feat a post planted atl    Watch repairing a specialty.
east   corner  of  district  lot
ie  west    80 chains,  thence
chains,    thence    east 80
|hence  north   80    chains  to
commencement,    containing
more or less.
M   TUCSON   PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
November 30, 1909.
���U -	
case,
Elgin
p.m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND ACT.
F. CRAKE
Two doors horn  Ceo. Adams, Grace*
TELEPHONE 604.
P. O. BOX 893
riaVUBiSfc' jiestminstcr Land  District, Dls
���trlct of New Westminster.
Tail notice  that William Garland
irrte, of    New Westminster, B.
C,      BUaption,    barrister at law, into applv for permission to pur-
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post   planted on
���_afrf. B'1  the aliore  of    Welcome  Pass at the
11118 SOVtlWast comer ot Lot 1478, group
1 NeiKVVestnilnster  district,  thence
[following    the    south  boun-
__. . Jlaid Lot 1478, 40 chains more
or      f to the westerly boundary of
Limit    38,783,    thence south
I said westerly boundary of
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all hinds of labor
supplied,
H.LONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE  8TREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
NOTICE.
"Land
IN  THE  MATTER of the
Registry Office"
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the title   to
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S, Princess Victoria leaves Van
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
Is  dally  except Wednesday.
S.S. Charmvr leaves Vancouver l
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. dally, except Friday,
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leavo Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST C0A8T ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1st and U'h
each month for Quatslno and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quatslno, Cape Scott ana
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2  p.m. dally, ex-
The Royal Cafe
Walgamutt's Orchestra in  attendance
daily from 6 to 8 and 10 to 12 p.m. The
best Merchants' Lunch in town.    Open
from 6 a. in. to 2:30 a. m.
The Royal Cale
%       Dominion Trust Hlock. opp. Post Office.     J. P. CASH, Proprietor.      #
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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 SUBSCRIPT ION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at One Dollar per Share
���'.   *��tf!��X3&8MII ���      PAYMENTS.
Fifteen per cent on application, 15 per cent in thirty days, balance at the rate of 15 per cent
per mouth until fully paid.    Stock fully paid and non-assessable.    No personal liability to shareholders.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediately upon the sale of the first Issue of 100,000 shares at one dollar per share the second
issue, comprising lOO.OOO shares, will be offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
stock each subscriber will kindly state if in the event the first issue is oversubscribed upon receipt
of the application by the Company, be wishes the application returned or allowed on the second Issue
at |1.10 per share. , . ,  , . , , ...,����.*..����,
In offering the Preference shares of this Company for subscription we do so with a feeling that it
will prove one ot the best industrial stocks ever ottered in Western Canada. It not only is certain to
become a splendid dividend-payer, but inside of eighteen months it will be selling at a big premium.
The first Issue of 100,000 shares Is offered in blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second lssui> of 100,000 shares at $1.10 per share. The Preference stock is entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of 8 Per cent per annum, payable before any dividend Is paid on the Ordinary
shares. After the payment of the above dividend an amount equal to 15 per cent of tho remaining
profits of the Company shall be distributed each year pro rata among the Preference shareholders of
the Company, and 10 per eent of the balance of the profits shall be carried forward as a special reserve fuud exclusively as a special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference shares; when In any year the Company is unable to pay the regular Preferential dividends of 8
per eent said dividend shall be paid out. of the special reserve fund; provided, however, that the remainder of the entire special reserve fund shall be distributed evey five yeurs pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of the Company. .   i|       '   ;   ���  ��|  < <S-^I'**M|   IjsJJ   |
After the payment, in each year of the 8 per cent, preferential dividends and the distribution of
15 per cent of the net profits, and setting aside of a special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance of
the profit shall be paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
WE ARE REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WILL HAVE A WEEKLY CAPACITY OF 120,000 LBS.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD. BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING' AND DEADENING FELTS
SHEATHING,  PAPER  BOXE8, ETC.
THE PROPERTY SECURED BY THE COMPANY AT SAPPERTON SIDING NEAR WESTMIN-
STER, HAS A RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1,140 FEET, AND IS SPLENDIDLY SITUATED, BOTH
FOR  CITY TRADE AND DOCKS  FOR  FOREIGN   SHIPMENTS. ,
DIRECTORS.
GRUELY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NOltMAN CAPLK, President Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
T. M. STEVENS, President Imperial Rice Mills, Vancouver, B. C.��� ^ :  ;
E. U. CHANDLER, Lumber and Timber, Vancouver, B. C. ' '      '���'' "1','     1
A. S. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver, B. C.       JBjflf nPY*f,T!T1"''n ^", 1
JOHN MERRIAM. President Morey-Merriam Co., Wholesale and Retail Stationers, Seattle, Wash.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. ,
f F'PflJUflAddress all communications direct to the Secretary.
Western Canada Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
j/ Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C ,.; i 1   \\>\
1 ��� ��
&
PAGE EIGHT.
THE D\iLY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15
���������������������������*������������������������������������������������
STOCK-TAKING
We are preparing
for stock - taking,
and are giving
some special bargains. Now is the
time to buy, when
big prices are on a
vacation.
Now is the time
when you will get
goods at not much
of a price but al
great deal of a
bargain at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
T ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
CEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
We can supply
your wants in this
line of Tinware
and Graniteware.
Our stock is complete.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
tmraa^raaiBrea-ig - ��� *2~��&
NOTICE.
We Invite Comparison
We are not the only people teaching Business and Shorthand in Westminster, but we claim that on account
of our superior equipment and experienced, capable teachers, our school is
doing more and better for students
than other schools. It is open day and
night. Try lt.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.  L. BCUCK,  Principal.
Notice is hereby  given  that  Ralph
Charnley of    Barnston island, in the
province  of  British  Columbia,  David
Alexander McKee  of Ladner,  in  the
said   province,   and   Joseph   Cameron
of the city of New Westminster, in
the said province, have been selected
by a majority in interest and number
of the proprietors of the lands affected    as   hereinafter   described to be
] commissioners  under   the  prbvisions
of the "Drainage Dyking and  irrigation Act," for the district, consisting
of and comprising  the  lands  hereinafter described, that is to say:      All
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts of  land  and  premises  situat?,
lying and  being    in  the    district of.
New  Westminster   and    province   of |
British   Columbia,    more particularly i
known    and    described    as lots two i
hundred and fifty-two (252), tw0 hundred and   fifty-three   (25)!), two  hundred and lil'ty-nine (2,".!)), two hundred
and sixty (260), and four hundred and |
twenty-seven   (427),    group    one  (1),
and the  fractional  northeast Quarter 1
of section nine    (9j;    the fractional1
south  east  quarter  of    section  nine !
(li);  the fractional north west quarter of section nine (9); the fractional;
south  west quarter  of    section nine!
(9);   the  fractional   south  east quarter of section ten  (10); the fraction-.
al south west quarter of section ten |
(10); the fractional northeast quarter
of  section  three   (2);   the  fractional
north  west quarter   of  section  three
(3);  the fractional north east quarter
of section four tl). (Indian reserve);
and the fractional south west quarter
of section sixteen   (16), all in township nine (0) as shown on the official
plan   or   survey   of   the   said   district
of    New  West minster and otherwise
known as "Barnston Island.'-
The said commissioners being authorized and instructed to take steps
to reclaim the said lands by dyking
the same and to do everything
that be may be necessary to carry
out such work and to maintain such
dykes as may be constructed.
The district to be known as the
"Barnston  Island Dyking  District."
The names of the proprietors who
have selected the said commissioners
are: Ralph Charnley, Harvey Hicks.
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Jay Thomson.
John LeLeuvre, William Scott Walker, David Alexander McKee, John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
A. D., 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE,
4G Lorne Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors   for   the  commissioners.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
I
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
The Royai Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total Assets $61,046,000
New  Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE   Manager.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Say, young fellow, that's a tidy
suit you've gol on. Guess it is, and
an Acme one, too! **
Miss M. Hall, of Toronto, is visiting Mrs. William Maker, of Columbia
street, Miss Hall is staying over for
a few days on her way to Fort Simpson.
A Hindu named Shear Singh died
suddenly at Port Moody on Thursday
and was cremated there yesterday.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attendance at The Royal Cafe.
Joseph Travels is opening up a
real estate and insurance office at 767
Columbia street, opposite the B. C. B.
It. tram office. Mr. Travel's has been
interested in the real estate business
in this city. Besides real estate, Mr,
Travers will have an insurance department in his otlice and has secured
the agency for several reliable companies.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Greenhouse, R20S "
One lonesome vagrant  appeared in
the   police  court   yesterday   morning, j
He was requested to depart.
Call at The Royal Cafe for lunch.'
dinner or after theatre supper.       ** !
The Women's Auxiliary of the Roy- !
al Columbian hospital will meet on !
Monday afternoon at three o'clock In I
the board of trade room.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums. :
etc., try the New Furniture Store. '
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. ** |
Captain II. T. Magnus, a Norweg- |
ian army officer, will arrive here this ,
evening and will preach in the Luth- j
eran church tomorrow morning and i
in the I.O.O.F.  hall in the evening, j
Security���that  is  the   factor    In   a
safety deposit vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in this regard. You may
go away    and leave    your    valuable j
papers in  these vaults  With  the feeling of perfect security. No injury can J
come from  fire, floods,  from  burglars
or  any   other  cause.   Isn't     it    w  . Li) l
something to you to have t!" I  f    ling
of perfeci  security? P -tini'ii  Trnstll
company,   Ltd..  T.   K.   . earson,   1:   n-
ager New Westminster,   branch.     ***
ln the ease of Braltli v .te and
Craig vs. C. W. Gillanders, executor
of the William Holmes estate, which
was described in The News yesterday,
the defendants will be represented
by W. Norman Bole, K.C., and Wade,
Whealler  &  McQuarrie.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone R208, Davies' Greenhouse. **
Mr. Webster, Mechanical Expert, is
gradually gaining the confidence of
the good people of Westminster by
being able to "produce the goods."
No. 10 Sixth street. **
The Acme Clothing company's sale
is still running. Are you in the running? You will be if you wear tin Acme suit or overcoat. Now is the time
to get them. **
Guess I'll see those Acme people.
They've got the goods, I'm told, and
gee,!  the prices are just all right. **
Yes! 1 am well dressed. The Acme
store will fix you. They've a genuine
sale on. Get busy! **
We are hearing a great deal about
the monorail railway and the wonderful gyroscope which makes it possible
to run a car full of passengers or
freight on one rail instead of two. A
model of this mysterious balancing
power may be seen at the office of
Mr. Webster, Mechanical Expert,
made by himself. He will be pleased
to demonstrate tills peculiar force to
all who may be interested. Some of
the stunts are almost unbelievable.**
New Westminster Hive No. 3, Ladles of the Maccabees, installed officers for the current term on Wednesday, Mrs. John Ankers acting as Installing officer Those honored were
Mrs W. A. Duncan, lady commander;
Mrs. D. Walker, lieutenant commander; Mrs. John MacDonald. financial auditor; Mrs. John Imlah.
record keeper; Mrs. Russell Smither,
mistress at arms; Mrs. J. Insley, sergeant at arms; Mrs. D. Welsh, sentinel; Mrs. J. Travers, picket; and
Mrs. George Adams, prompter.
Joseph Osborne, a carpenter living at. (IS Knox street, fell off the roof
of a two-storey house on which he
was working on Keary street yesterday afternoon and hurt himself seriously. He was taken home at once
and is now progressing favorably.
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I       Sapperton
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I        Lot 38, Block 23, Suburban Block 3, containing
11-5 acres, partly cleared,
$1800
One-third cash, balance one, two and three ye ars.
\ W. S. ROSE,
Merchants' Bank Building   ���
TELEPHONE 334. \
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CLEARING
We Are Not Selling Out
but offering greater reductions than ever before,
and when W. S. Collister & Co. puts up the ''Bargain" sign you know it is time to be up and doing,
Count the savings which this clearance sale offers
and then ask yourself can you afford to miss it.
Come as soon as possible for the values are too
great to linger at our counters. Figures speak
louder than words however, so here are the figures
or at least a few of them.
These Will
Interest Every
Woman
WOMEN'S PLAIN AND RIBBED BLACK CASHMERE HOSE���Spliced  heels and toes.  full-ShwA
W. S. Collister's Special Ideal;  regular value 50c;  sale price, perpalr 45c
FIFTY   DOZEN   ALL-WOOL CASHMERE HOSE-spliced  heels and toes, sizes g 1-2 to 10 1-:'. red
ular values 40c;  January sale price, per pair      . ...35c\
i
ONE  HUNDRED DOZEN WOMEN'S CASHMERE HOSE���Plain or ribbed, also boys' heavy woo
len and ribbed cashmere hose,  girls'  plain  and  ribbed  cashmere  hose,  all   sizes;   regular  values, r,,r
pair ;iuc; clearance sale price, per pair   ., 25c
SMALL   PEARL   BUTTONS���Regular 8c dozen;  clearance sale price, six dozen for  25c
WOMEN'S BELTS OF ELA STIC, SILK AND LEATHER. Colors are black, navy, brown, green, grey,
white, sky, also in plaids; re gular 35c to 75c; clearance Bale price 25c
WOMEN'S,  MISSES AND  CHILDREN'S GLOVES���All  sizes, plain, colors black, navy, white and
cardinal, also fancy ringwood gloves, all colors;   regular 35c and 40c;  clearance sale price, pair...25c
Hosiery, Belts, Gloves, Buttons,
All are subjected to the severest j
price  cutting we have done yet]
CASHMERE NUNS' VEILING and sateen waists, in black, white, and cardinal, dainty tucked do-
signs, made to fasten in front, some with tucked yokes and strappings, button trimmed and fasten hi
back;  regular values up to  $3.60;  clearance sale price $1-95
BLACK SATEEN UND ERSKIRTS���Made with full accordion pleated flounce, some with f""r
frills, length 38, 40 and 42 Inches;  clearance sale price   95c
WHITE CAMBRIC CORSET COVERS���Nicely trimmed with lace and insertion, sizes 32 to !-'���
clearance sale price 35c
WHITE FLANNELETTE CORSET COVERS���Tight and easy filling, made with peplum, trimmed
with   embroidery;   clearance   sale price ' 35c
WOMEN'S white flannelette  night  GOWNS���Full eizes, made with yokes and turnover
collars, all  sizes;   clearance   sale price, each       90c
WHITE FLANNELETT E PETTICOATS-2G to 32 inches lo ng, made with full flounce and shaped
band;   clearance   sale  price     85c and $1.0"
WOMEN'S WHITE COT TON UNDERVESTS-Long sleeves, medium weight, buttoned front, drawers to match;  clearance sale   price,  per  garment :   35c
HEAVY WEIGHT WHI TE COTTON UNDERVESTS���Fleece.iine<j, buttoned front, drawers to
match; clearance sale price,   per garment   50c
WATSON'S WHITE PURE WOOL UNDERVESTS-Extra fine quality, buttoned front, draw
string at neck, drawers to match, open or closed; clearance sale price, per garment ... .$1.35 and $1-5��
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