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INSURANCE
RE
white:, shiles & co.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���>    \aSSURANCc
���rW^te, SH1L.ES & CO.
VOLUME 5
NUMUEK 29.
YJ.C.A. I'KOial
S1R0NGLY ENDORSED
H. Gilley Promises $1000 at
Enthusiastic Meeting -
Strong Committee Formed
���i : ,,. given up all other meet-
(nm Which will conflict with the for-
1 , of a v. M. 0. A.,-and 1 will
.. ������ 0D the trail of the scheme until
,, j, will go through or be
Lpped."���Rev. J- S. Henderson.
If 11 i night's meeting is any Indication of the general feeling of the
on the V.  M. C. A. project,
\       ,,.   future   looks   rosy    for   a
.     >h 0f that organization in  New
,,,1S, r,    The  council  chamber
i j .  hall was more than half
i Dthu i 11 tic supporters <>i the
, , ..., ni.  and a committee  was appointed   which   will   look    over   the
.,  and  see   what   can   be  done
.',    rdg an Immediate start with the
[building ef a Y. M. C. A.
Develop the  Boy.
Tl,,    Rev.   J.    S.    II' n h i son,    who
called    the    meeting,   occupied   the
chalr an(]  made a strong speech al
thi- opening of the meeting,   lie said
Ih.���   physical   development   was   as
;,  .        .    or   more    necessary    than
,���,,! development.    He was struck
w.|th  the  estimates   of   the   school
I  which  were  made   public  the
other  day   and
MEW/ WESTMINSTER.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
WN'S DEATH WOULD
\W CITY OE DEBT
Original Scheme  Suggested
to Wipe Out Indebtedness
of Bridgeport.
Bridgeport, Conn., Feb, 3.���Insurance mi his life for between $2, ,000
and $3, ,000, the city to pay the premiums and receive the benefits upon
the policies at his death, is the novel
scheme for paying the city debt present, il by David S. Beach to the
Bridgeport council.
II,- stipulates ln return that the city
erect to his memory a monument with
a suitable inscription acclaiming him
the originator of municipal life insurance.
ivr'1'
JNUii
Or
ID FOR m
Big   Four  Railways  Corporation   Fleec;:��   of  $343,000,
Each Succeed:ng Treasurer  Diving De ^per Into
Cash I "rawer���What Became of rhe
Money Is a Pose/.
JUMP  COAL CLAIMS.
Cassiar Co's Holdings Invaded���Case
Referred to Premier.
Forty-two coal claims in the Telk-
wa and Burkley valley owned by Hie
Cassiar Coal company, an eastern corporation, of which Samuel Barker, M.
P.,Hamilton, Ontario, is a prominent
official, have been "jump l' 'for al-
leged non-compliance with the mining
^               regulations     It  is alleged  tha    while
which   provide  over   the company paid the annual licence
$150 000 for education but nothing for  of $1')0 per claim every year continual training.   "If you dwarf your  oub development was not prosecuted
Ly you  can  not develop   the   man.   as  re ������ ��� ��� -\  le   ,aw.    A big  fight  is
-���'.',   .   n0|   have  a  healthy   mind   pern I the matter has been re-
vou   have   a   health-,   body,"  ferred   by   the   Hazelton    mining  re-
,,f the statements of the   corder to Premier McBrlde ns minis-
.���    He remarked thai in most   ter of mines.
hools on the other side Locations were made about five
physical Instructor was years ago. The company applied fcr
. i f0r aii the playgrounds, nnd   crown grants a few months ago,   The
property Is very valuable us the urea
embraci s valuable Ian Is In the Bulk-
lej valley al the junction of the Bulk-
ley and Telkwa rivers, and also comprised  several   prospective  townsites.
��� ir
' 'ruining of the boys and
cted In the right chan-
Favor Y. M. C. A.
}l,. . ��� m proposed 'wo
;, .., a to the meeting, one the es-
i Wvstminst ������ ath-
,etlc ,:���-,, n,i one the establishmi nl
of ;. bi inch of the Y. M. C. A. Tho
.,,,,, tlo    did   not   seem  to
, , . With [he favor of the meeting,
and only the latter was discuss-d
|       ngrfh.
r.ev, Lennle, who acted as secre-
li . ,,i tin ������ eeting, said that he W!,s
V -I many young men in
i regretted thai more of
(tieproi In.'it citizens were not pres-
Jem.  In n ply  to this  W   if. Gilley
. tl ough   manv   Of  the  older
City    wer,-     tin!     pie.-Ml
:  -        - that th,- meeting co dd be
us  ed of the hearty financial back-
ling of   11   absentees.     He   though!
[thai      ��� tin  ��� should be held every
week, al least  until the scheme was
I sell under way.
to th    c ibI   of th,- pro-
Idlng,  Mr.  Henderson said
rial b tin- Intention to try and
erect a ?L':..nn0 or $30,000 building at
; - ���' What was wanted imnmdl-
the gymnasium and reading
mom, and the rest could be completed
when convenient.
Increases His Donation.
Herbert Qliley her,- announced that
ho had promised to give {200 the las*
time tlie scheme was broached, but
hf waa prepared to give five times
Hint amount now. A site on Royal
avenii - has already been promised by
T.J. Trapp,
Tlie chairman   announced   that   '"
'twere decided to form fiY.M. C. A.,
'i organization of that body
would sen I a man hen- t i boost tho
' '        along and camp right on the
' I  until lt was well  under way.   imi    ,.
then decided thai the meeting  pected
; ' i'   ri cord as favoring the forma-  -
Hon of  , y. m. C. A., nnd the follow-
8 committee wen- appointe l to at-
the preliminary details:
Chairman,   Rev,   J.   S.   Henderson:
"'""' Ittee: Messrs T. J. Trapp, Wal-
^^^^^^        .1. Scott,
Turnbull  and  F. 0. Can-
DEACONESS COMES TO WORK
IN METHODIST CIRCLES
Cincinnati, o , Feb, 3.���A chain of
embezzlements, l.ivolvlng three men
< ti tiding over many years and flnu.ll;
e ilminating in the a(most wholesale,
i oting of the Big Four Hallway treas.
ury, was the itory told hy Charles L.
Warriner, d -faulting local treasurei
of I!.-- roi in his testimony today In
the trial of Mrs. Jeannette Stewai '���
Ford for blackmail. Warrincr rep:' ���
sented himself as a man pouring out
gold with both hands and In ever-
Increasing amounts to keep seale.; t -
mouth of the woman who thr iu ;h
her Infatuation for one of the accui ed
embezzlers, F. S. Cooke, had learn- d
the  secret.
Names  Third   Thi  ;.
Frank Comstock Wai rim i's pr 'e
cessor as loca'i tieasurer, was de-
clared to be the thlr man. - ilmly
and in unruffled t mes, Wairlner told
CARDINAL ATWTED  'ANGLICAN SYNOD
TO CRIPPLE SCKGOls!     CONCLUDES LABORS
French Judge Scores Catholic
Priest for Sending Circular
Episcopal Letter.
lis   incredible   sti
ft
was     his
Young Woman Trained in Church Duties  Will   Assist  Pastor  in   His
Work.
'"  '   "���>���.  II.  II." MoK.n/.
���� - indet
field
The   coinmittee   will    report
PUbllc -^ataaaaaaam
'
committee will report at ft
meeting caled for next Thurs-
Khl at the city hall.
pACE  POWDER  NATURAL.
DECLARES PROFESSOR
Clil
Icago, Feh. 3.���American women
- onlj foi,owing a common psycho-
' - Phenomenon when th y use
Ian- powder, according to statements
made by Professor U. G. Wouthorly,
' [ndiana university, In aa article
nn "Race and Marriage," ln tbe Cur-
TOu Dumber of the American Journal
M Sociology,  issued   y. sterd.iy  from
t  In - ' aaaaaaa������	
mi
University of Chicago press.  Pro-
tin      	
lessor Weatherly doelnn-s the women
arc- actuated by the same motive* us
f!'0 Ravages who paint their skin
Mack.
"Man's ideas of beauty usually are
round In the best type of what they
"���'.iisi-lves nro am1 What they find
'"'M useful," he said. "For that
['Won traits which especially chnrac-
''v"/l a group are often artificially
5��8gerated for purposes of ornament.
'���ok races blacken the skin, tall races
"Crease the stature by special footgear, fiat-nose people further flatten
"" hose, while women use face pow-
A graduate of the Methodist I> a-
coness and Training School of Toronto, wih arrive here on Saturdaj to
commence her duties us deac nneas
of Queen's Avenue MethodiBt church,
where she will work uudei the direction of Rev. C; W. Brown.
This is a new departure iu church
work in this city, ana u U onij r-
cently that deaconesses have been
at work in Vancouver, the onlj other
city in the province where these pastel's assistants labor. The growth of
Westminster, and the consequent enlargement of the spelue of usefulness
of the local Methodist churches, has
made the securing of tlit. service-; of
a deaconess advisable, there being
manj matters to which a lady like
Miss Henderson can attend better
than the pastor. Sunday-school and
Epworth league work, visiting the
sick, both at home and In the hospitals, the welcoming of strangers and
Ithe routine work of the several women's societies connected With the
! Quen's avenue churcn vlll all full to
the   deaconess"   lot,  and   lt
tie   will   ha\v   I      ^^^^^
here.
Miss Henderson comes here from
j Regina, where she had been Staying
I with her parents for some time.
, While on duty she will wear a dark
blue cravenette uniform and a becoming little bonnet with whit-
strings. These are distinctiv,. and a
��� protection, as the work of a deaconess
'often takes her out late a: night to
visit the sick or dying, and even tin-
most reckless nlgl" prowler has long
since learned to respect a woman
clothed ln a garb Of charity.
No vow of perpetual service is
exacted from any deaconcis. and she
is at liberty to relinquish her position
at any time, upon giving thro�� mouths
notice.
Duffy Lewis Goes to Boston.
San     Francisco,     Feb.    3.���Duffy
Lewis, wbo for the last two seasons
sensation of the con8t
fielder, has Join-
He was
Is   ex-
busv   time
Coming to Vancouver.
Winnipeg, Fob.   .3���Frank Cassldy,
"" Of the best known of young curl-
s  and a famous skip who has won
i-iiiy prtjfc, nt thp roftr.n(i. pame, has
v"a<'d to take up bis residence In
'Ui('""vor  nnd   will   leave  for  that
p"y In March.
has been the
baseball league as a
ed the Boston Americans,
formerly with the Oakland team.
For French Sufferers.
Ottawa, Feb. 3 ���Hon. W. S. Fielding brought down in the house this
afternoon an estimate of $50,000, to
aid the sufferers by the reen"t floods
ln France. The money rill be voted
at the earliest opportunity.
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Something New In Suicide.
San Francisco, Feb. 3.���With
his head thrust into the envelope of a bulioon, into which a
stream of Illuminating gas
was pouring, C. A. Fnrrar, an
aeronaut, aged 30 years, was
found dead on the roof of the
house where he lodged. It is
thought III health caused him
to commit suicide.
���������������������������������������������������������
fourth  and  last, day  on  the  wltni -s
stand.    Only twice during that  tirai
did the man allow hia   lomrosure to
desert, him, and then '��    .   for a moment.
According to the witness, when he I
imed ofiice as local  tresaurer in
1902 he learned that Cooke was short j
in  his accounts $24,000.    He learned |
also that  hi>-- predecessor, Comstock,
was short $10,500.   He hlmse'if was a
def.Miller, ami  to prevent his crime
from being discovered he engaged to
conceal the 'hefts of the tw:o former
officials.
Where is the Money?
In the story of the gigantic theft
there Is one question which has never
been definitely answered, and the at-
torneys for th defence today made
nother futile effort to obtain a solution.
���What became of the $643,000
which Warrlner has confessed to having stolen?" The witness declared
"eit he had paid approximately $168,-
ono in blackmail and thnt $32 "no had
been stolen by others than himself.
The remainder of $442,000 is. said by
him to have been lost in speculation.
He  Can   Not   Remember.
Although h? i-new exactly the
amount embezzle! an1 the approximate amount of "Ivsh money" paid,
to all questions as to his Investments
tie n plied that he could not remember I ow much money he had put Into
any particular enterprise, lie reiter-
i ti l monotonously that he "could not
recollect" until his questioners became discouraged an.l abandoned all
- fforts.
A lurll light was thrown on the
strange ta.e when the letters of Co ke
t i Mrs. Ford wore read to the court,
in the letters Cooke wrote tbat "0.
l!" wan threatening to '-xpose htm
If he did not abandon Mrs. Ford.
Warrincr stated that O. H. stood for
'(Old Hag." and was the name Cooke
qsed for bia wife in his communications to Mrs. Ford.
After  Big   Money.
11 another lett t Cooke advised
Mrs. Ford to have nothing to do with
other men "unless there i< bia; money
in it." The Judge would only permit
extracts o! the letters to be read on
account of tho expressions with which i
tin y aboundi l.
D ring ���'- eading of the letters \
Mrs. Ford endeavored to conceal her
race and wepl bitterly. When, however, her attorney began to question
Warriner i i to 'he extent of her intimacy with ': 1 she raise l her head
and gazing at the witness slightly
smiled.
When Warriner was asked if bis
attentions to Mrs. Ford had been
more than friendly he laughed heart-
i.y and exclaimed: "That is ab-
surd." j
Startling   Developments.
On*- of the most startling developments in the case came at the afternoon session of the court, when War-
lini-r admitted that he had handled
funds placed with him for the payment of rebates: that he paid out
comparatively large sums in rebates
[ and that the simple auditing Of his
' accounts at any tim ewould have dis-
��� 'osfed  his shortage.
Let   the   Auditor   Explain.
,\f.er testifying that Auditor P-
A. Hewitt had checked over his ac-
accounts at any time would have dis-
was Hewitt had never discovered his
shortage.
"That's for Hewitt to explain," was
the complacent answer cf the wil-
ness.
Rhelms, Prance, Feb. 3. ��� The
judge in the trial of Cardinal Lucon,
who was accus il le the Public
SCI 1 Teachers association with attempting to clippie the public schools
through the agency of an episcopal
letter, submitted his conclusions today.
He described the charge and court
proceedings as a grave affair, attracting the attention of all France. He
characterized the episcopal letter as
nothing less than a declaration of
war against the- public schools, and
us inciting to Insurrection. He defended the schools against the attacks
of the bishops who signed the letter,
and while admitting that some of the
text books were perhaps imperfect In
Provision Is Made for Appointment of Coadjutor
Bishop-DelegatesDispe r ie
Last, evening the Anglican S. I
of the diocese of New Westmlnsti r,
which has been holding sessions hero
for the past two days, came to a
close after a fruitful meeting. The
sixty or more lay and clerlca, delegates leave for their homes in different parts of the diocese today, aft r
Inning a pleasant and busy meeting
with their fellow-workers of the En |
lish   church.
Lengthy   Canon   Passed.
After   much   discussion   and    many
amendments   the    canon    introduce1
providing for the  appointment   of a
PREMIER   ROBLIN   ILL.
ststed that the 'bishops should have coadjutor bishop, if such a course
made their complaints to the author- were fo"ni1 to ho expedient, was
itles to permit the corrections as i Passed. The new cano i will have n-
Bishop Bailey had done. I immediate resu.f, but it provides for
the appointment of an assistan to
fhe present bishop at any future
time. The canon is somewhat length -
and runs as follows:
"A new canon to provide for tho
appointment of a coadjutor or suffri -
gan bishop, introduced by the Rev.
Havelock lleacham: Clause A���When-
Head   of   Manitobi   Government   Wil
Not  Take.  Part In  Session.
Winnipeg. Feb.  3.���Premier rioblin, i
who has  been  confined  to his home
for the  past   week  suffering from a j ���|(, blfjh     nf
severe attack of lumbago, is improv- \��^l 'a,    ��� _..  ��-_ - ��.---
Ing, but   very slowiy.    His physician
ordered   him   Bouthyfor   hi;   health
just  as soon as he becomes abb- to
;��� -1.
The premier's condition is such thai
it Is thought that he will be unable
to attend the opening of t -,. legislature, which is called for February 10.
tJ,e diocese, or whenever by a three-
fourths vote of the clergv present
and a three-fourths vote of the lay
representatives present at a meeting
of the synod, duly called, the synod
shall, by resolution, declare It to be
advisable that a bishop coadjutor tor
the diocese should be appointed, the
It  is believed  that  he will not be in j election   of    such    bishop    coadjutor
condition  to take part in any o   the |shall,  either  at   the   meeting of  the
proceedings  in connection   with
session of the house.
this I synod at which such resolution shall
I have been  passed  or  al   any  suhse-
  qnent annual meetlnc  or al a special
meeting to be called for that purpose.
FRFMfH   AVUTRR be  Proceeded   with   in  the   manner
I ULaHJtl   AliniUIl hereinafter      provided      and      pre
scribed.    But   no   proceedings   under
NMOWl. ESCAPES DEATH &rsSLZZ��**tt'&
1 executive    committee    bo   provided.
" and  any priest  who may be elected
! coadjutor   or   suffragan   bishop   shall
Louis Paulhan Dashed Against Fence .bold no other preferment In the dio-
icese.
While Travelling in Farman Biplane at  Denver.
"(hi    Tbe   election   shall   be   P"o-
r-ne-'Pfi  with  under  the  same  canon,
land  in   the  same  manner,  and  with
[the same majority necessarv for election,   as  In   fhe  case  of the  bishop
Denver. Feb. 3.���Louis Paulhan had '0f the diocese, except thnt the bishop
MEETING PROTISTS AGAINS1
RE-OPENING OF SCHOOLS
BOr MURDERER SENTENCED
TO FIFTEEN YEARS IN PEN
Madrid, Feb. 3.���A monster meeting of Catholics, including many
women of the aristocracy, was held
today in protest against the reopening
of the 'ay schools which were closed
after the rebellious outbreak at Barcelona.
Carllsts an.l Conservatives both declared that the schools were ln realtiy
anarchistic in their teachings, and the
enemies of social order. They de-
demanded intervention of the church
in all questions pertaining to education.
The republic Is organizing In counter-demonstrations.
Regina. Feb. 3.���For shooting Andrew Harris at Qu'Appelle last Au-
j gust Harry Roper, a nineteen-year-old
i English boy, was today sentenced to
j Edmonton penitenitary for a term of
j fifteen years. He was charged with
murder, but the prosecution showed
i that there had been trouble between
i the two men and that Roper had
, fired as the result of woruy quar-
I rel.
The jury  brought ln  a  verdlc:   of j
manslaughter,  and  Judge   Newlands |
proceeded to deliver the sentence as
: stated.
a narrow escape from death today
when bis Farman biplane collided
with tin- fence guarding tbe racetrack at Overland pari-, smashing it.
and came down in a heap of wreck-
of tlie diocese, if present, shall preside, and if not present the synod
shall he preside over as In th(. case
of an election of a bishop occurring
on a vacancy of the See.
(c)   If due notice bi given that
ag-��  on   the   track.       Paulhan     was Uuch  election  will  be proceeded with
thrown   head.ong,   but   beyond  a  severe shaking up escaped unharmed.
ELECTRIC   SCOREBOARD.
Chicago Cubs to Have Huge Indicator
To Give Statistics of Game.
CANADIAN   MANUFACTURERS
BANQUET   IN   WINNIPEG
SMALL   HOPE.
Winnipeg, Feb. 3.���Tbe annual banquet of the Manitoba branch of the
Canadian Manufacturers' association
was held at the Royal Alexandra hotel tonight and was a brilliant function.
John Hendry, of Vancouver, president of the Dominion association, was
the principal speaker, responding to
the toast of "Our President." Mayor
W. Sanford Evans responded for the
city, W. B. Lanlgan for the railways
D, W. McQualg for the producer, H.
H. Cornell for the consumer, and G.
M. Murray for "Our Head Office."
Rush For Alberta Lands.
Lethbrldge, Feb. 3.���Lethbrlde land
office broke all records during January, due to the famous rush for Bow
Valley lands. There wer* 1630 quarter sections entered for, including
1496 homesteaders, 119 preemptions
and fifteen purchased homesteads.
The largest previous record was September, 1908, when preemptions were
first opened. The total number then
was   2060.
Coopers May Possibly Escape Prison,
But the Chances Are Slim.
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 3.���Whether
; Colonel   Duncan,   B,   Cooper  nnd  his
son Robert Cooper must serve twenty
i five years for the slaying of   former
| United   States   Senator   E.   W.   Car-
| mack, or get a new trial, now rests
with  the  supreme  court of  Tennessee.
The arguments on the motion for
a rehearing were concluded Thurs-
There is but one hope for the Coopers in case of an adverse decision,
the interference of Governor M. R.
Patterson, who Is known to be their
close friend. I
General Luke E. Wright closed the
argument for the defnee.
Castro Again In Limelight.
Madrid, Feb. 3.���A despatch from
. Malaga says that President Castor of
j Venezuela has gone to Las Palmas,
I where he will remain for a month or
two.
Machinists Seek Increase.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 3.���Demands for Increases in the wages of
machinists and shopworkers on some
twenty-seven railroads of tho southwest will follow a meting of the general executive board o." t-e International Association of Machinists,
which went Into session here today.
LITTLE INTEREST.
Small   Crowd   Sees   Montreals   Beat
Victorias In Hockey Match.
Montreal,   Feb.   3.���Before   a  very
! small   crowd   tonight  at   the   arena,
j the Montreal Athletic association and
Victoria team  played their  schedule
| game In the lnter-provinclal amateur
hockey league series.
The score at ahlf time was: Victoria 4, M. A. A. 2. Final score was
Victoria 13, M. A. A. 7.
nt a regular meeting of the synod it
shal, take place immediately after
confirming the minutes of the last
election, and before any other business Is proceeded with.
"(d)    The   names   of   those   nominated shall be submitted to the bishop
 and his approval of such names ob-
Chlcago, Feb. 3.���A contract    was Italned  before  the  synod vote there-
closed  yesterday   by    President   Mm-   on.
phy of the Chicago Natkmu10 for -.-e | ��(f) The coadjutor or suffragan
construction of an electric scare- tdshop shnll perform such diocesan
board ai tue west Side park. The Iduties and exercise such episcopal
contrivance will be placed back ���f 'authority ln the diocese as the bisohp
right field and when completer will 8nau assign to him.
measure 200 feet in length an l twe.i- ���(h) The coadjUtor bishop shall
ty-six in height. The board win de* nave a s,,at ln the synod and the
slgnate which man is at ba , who, u i^ r|ght rf vot(ns thereln as any
any, are on the bases, how many OUW  I dlocpsp s|(t|nK ,n synod
number of ba.ls and strines and ot u    ^ absence  of  the  bishop  from
things that the spectators might Wish ^ d    and gha , alg0
to know during the course   of   ��e geat  on  &    executive com-
gauie.    Murphy will  leave Thursday ,.
for New Orleans to close up the busi-   """fr-
mU pertaining to tbe spring training "(1) The coadjutor or suffragan
iiunt of the Cubs' squad. .bishop elected shall sign the declaia-
j.umt oi "ie pups si ��* _ ,^ ^ oonforniitv to tne constitution
Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race. land ration, of the diocesan synod
(v,h   -i    ti,,. benlnnin- of       "(0    When    any    person   Is    duly
London   Feb. ...-Mo  "eg ni n coadjutor  bishop  It   shall be
practice for this years 0*fortOB�� m i
MRaS v."l by - etectfom -ha" synod forthwith to notify the me.ro-
a little ae��ayea Dy ine , pom���n of thp ecclesiastical province,
tost yA - a mke. 1 filling bis old oration, If not a.readv In episcopal
nosltlon for tbe Dark Blues, who orders. If there be no province, then
have every prospect of having a good the bishop of tbe diocese, acting with
elcht this spring. Unlike Oxford, the senior bishop In Rrltish Colum-
Cambridge has to find a new stroke, Wp, shall make the necessary arrange-
as D   C   R. Stewart has Bine down, jments.
" " " "(k)     The  coadlutor  bishop   shall
become   and   be   the   bishop   of  the
diocese whenever any vacancy occurs
Oxford" has  Tost' a 'distinguished o\A
blue    by the death    of Dr.    Awdry,
bishop  of  Tokio,  who  died  at Win-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Chester    He rowed six ln the crew in un tbe See, without any further elec-
1863,  and  two ln  that of_18��4. andjtJon
"(1) That whenever this canon is
found to conflict with any other
canon, such canon shall give place
to this canon."
took a double first ln the schools.
Richest Clergyman Dies.
New York, Feb 3.���Pev. Richard
Lewis Howell, richest clergyman in
the United States, died at hie home
here, aged 65. He inherited a largo
fortune, which he increased many
times by investments ln real estate.
He was very active ln philanthropic
work.
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4)       An Important Resolution.       ���
"That the minimum stipend
given to any incumbent In
this diocese shall be $900, and
a house, and in case there Is
no parsonage that the amount
be not less than $1000," was
a resolution passed yesterday
afternoon by the Anglican
synod.
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Rush Business Through.
The rest of the business, though
important, was rushed through hurriedly, as the delegates were desirous of finishing and getting back to
their parishes before the eni of the
week. An item on the agenda provided for the discussion of the desirability of having, at intervals, a conference of clerical and lay representatives from ail British Columbia.
As a result of the discussion the
following resolution was passed:
"This synod is of the oplnKn that
the time has now arrived when it
would be for the benefit of the church
that a provincial organization be
formed for the church ln British Co-
(Contlnued on Page Six).
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 4,
1910.
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���APPRENTICES IN THE
millinery department W. s. Collister & Co.   Inquire at once.
STRONG  BOY���TO   LEARN   HARD-
ware business.    Apply iu own handwriting to "S," tins office.	
LADY DESIRES COMFORTABLE
room in private family; must be
close in. Reply T. S. R. Daily New8
office.
SURVEYOR.
A.  P. COTTON,
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street, New Westminster,
B.  C.
FRATERNAL   SOClEi
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   pvn.   that  the
���I>itt   River  Lumber  Company, Un*
having  applied  to  His  Excel-
General in Coun-
of a certain site
WANTEL    ���    PARTNER
WITH
for first-class busiuess
Address H. Margolyes,
street, Vancouver, B.C.
GIRL  FOR
Apply 432
GENERAL
Fourteenth
about $:'000
proposition.
104 Georgia
WANTED���A
housework.
si reet, city. 	
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1. Apply
Mrs.   J.   P.   Hampton   Hole.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese, conking or day work. Room 3,
630 Columbia street.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
only, for Buite of three rooms in
Dominion Trust block, furnished if
bo desired.    Phone L381. 	
WANTED,  TO   RENT,
WANTED TO RENT���ONE OR TWO
furnished rooms tor light bouse-
i. ping. Appiy Box A, Daily
News.
FIVE OR SI l-RO i.Ml 0 FURNISH-
, d house, c, nti ., '���> tion. Full particulars to 1,. R. F Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Ap-
ply P. O. Box 971, City.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���BABY CARRIAGE, NEW
style, in good condition.    Apply 720
Agnes street.
LOST,
STRAYED - ON PREMISES 723
Twelfth street, black retriever. If
not called for in ten days the owner
can't have same.
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN WITH TWO
gold bands. Return to News olTioe
and receive reward.	
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY
ers and dyers,
phone  R2T8-
dirt   and  dust
CHEMICAL   CLEAN
345 Columbia street.
The  place  where  thi
ig removed  from  the
fibre���not pressed in.
for and delivered.
Goods called
ited,"
c8- Jlency, tbe Governor
O. O. F.-AM1TY LODGE, NO. 27.-; ell, for the approval oi a-����"��"���"""���
meeting  oi  tins  wage ! for the construction of certain boon,
and   booming   grounds   In   the   �� m
the District of New West-
������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������*�������� ^������^���������^ ��,>^^
| Surrey Nurseries, Lli|
Tlie   regular
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnar
von  street, every M<��day    evening ; River, in
at  8 o'clock.    Jas.  Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. O. U, W.���ERASER LODGE N'O. 2
���Meetings tne lirata nd third Tuesday In each month, risking brethren cordially Invited io attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, LO.F
, ister, Province of British Colum-
l bia, having deposited with the Hon- j
orable the Minister of Public Works;
I at Ottawa, plans of said booms and |
I booming grounds, together with a j
I description of the site thereof, and
' have also deposited a duplicate of |
j each in the office or the Registrar of I
1 Deeds for the said District Of New j
| Westminster,   in   which'   District   said
���Meets the fourth   Friday   In   the | works are proposed to be constructed, I
month   at    S  o'clock.
hall, Oddfellows' hlock
in  the  ?mal
'RATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Mee's every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Alter,
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schotield, Secro
tary.
FISH    AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc, Dean Block,
next to Bank of Men, real.
FURNITU:
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaki r
corner Amies and McKenzie streets,
P one 170, night call 81.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
sociation, Lord ot the Isles Camp
Ml -Meets ,,n the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P
hall.     Chl< f. W. Sutherland.
In accordance with the requirements
of Secion 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protec.lon Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
Dated the 11th dav of January, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
Extra   fine  lot  of rare and   beautiful
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
See the stock and get our prices.
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LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
tmVammmm mmx:*?
:sa
GROCERY.
���'OR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries. phone 386. Tre Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. O. Hox Si1
LIVERY   STABLE.
I RING i:
I smart
!     Ides.
>    2o0
turnout.
FOR
The
DACES
Fashion
AND
Sta-
I. O. O. F���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will ne made welcome. G. E. Glitey,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, 1' G. recording secretarv
block
, New
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings,
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Hi'.one
473.
MACHINE   WORKS.
TKE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
HE HOME
Is   the   Paper  That
the      Home
P  A
Print?
N*ws.
H   E
All
FOUND.
FOUN D���A FISHING BO AT. O W N E1 i
must claim same within ten days.
C. Mackle, Millslde.
FOUND���LONG WHITE LADY'S KID
glove, near Leopold Place. Own, r
can  have same by applying at tlie
police statin,i.
FOUND���A NUMBER 07 LADIES'
scarves, handkerchi is, etc., at the
Pythian rink aft, r th, Natlv,
dance. Owners can have same by
calling at Johnston's Big Shoe
House.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
also furnished and unfurnished bedrooms,  in  the  double  brick  house
tear  i'ai Degle   libl al J .
FI       RENT���COMFORTABLE i-TilN-
I      d   bedroom,     s   . abl       i       two
genl le ..��� n.    Apply 828  Royal  ave.,
Qtb and Ninth strej
TO   ' COMFO   TABLE   ROOM.
for gi    I ... n.  Applj   205
Carnarvon.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New Westminster.
1U8K
MRS. ('. C. PHHE't EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta A it 111, 0 ford, and G. F.
Sims. Mus. Bac. Oxon.. teach,ir- < t
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FINE  MACHINE  WORK  AND  GE.">
era!   repairing.  Anything    from    a
watcb or clock to an    automol lie.
W. Webster, mechanical expert   No
lu Sixth  st,e, t.    Dominion    T u
Block.
Re the east half of sec'inn 30,
5, North range 6, Westminst ir
Westminster district.
Whereas. Rnm: 0f the loss of Cer-
fifiieate No. 9215F Issued in the name
of J. A. L. McAlplne, has b n Bled in
this office.
Notice is ben   .   given that I shall,
: at   the expiration  of one  month  from
I tlie date of the first publication here-
j of in a dally newspaper publlsl    i in
ithe City of New Westminsti r, i  iu,  a
duplicate of the Bald Certificate, unless in tlie meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
er, B. O. January 27, 1910,
NOTICE.
Dividend No. 5, covering the year
1909 lias boon declared by the Dominion Trust Company. Limited. Cheques
for same are awaiting shareholders
at the company's office on Columbia
srreet. "J ^
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
if   you   specify    our     mat, ���
Th.- quality of lime i.
essential  factor   to  be  C in
ed  by builders, an I   foi
reason alone li u111 p     j
consider your son-'   of
and when the qui Btl ,n o
Ity com, s up our clali
periority  are    pari
( mse  we  can  and   do  fu nl
the best gradt b at  the I
prices.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
E3E1K~ "
Tbe wonderful progress of Canada Is illustrated by the fact that the
inast Cocoa in the world It made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
Ii the purest and the best and is fast becoming the bevercge
for old and young.
THE COT/AN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO *
WA TCH REPAIRING.
By ;xperts all our repair work is duo,,:
My  experts  are  working from   sun until  sun;
Are  ready at all times to do your  re pairing
And  get  broken jewelry  in  snap ; for your wearing.
CHAMBES-*v.l?J, The Jeweier
AGENTS  FOR THE  HOWARD, HAM    ILTON   AND     LONGINES     WATCH
MOVEMENT.
1
j
3*.
Holbrook Cafe
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
PAPER   HANGING   <S   DECORATING. |
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
liouse  painting,  kalsominlng,  paper
banging     and     decorating.       Sixth
Btreet.   New   Westminster
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 12S. Room 7,
.'.'���   ���   li iter Ti .. ���  i:iock.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC
countant Audits made. Systems
, .;.nized. Aj."-:it for the Hall Bate
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      IJ. O.  Box  795.	
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  ft CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
C 'r.  farm  and   suDiirban  property,
2-'." C lumbia street.
"
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your loc:i| tuner. W. E. I
Martin,   Mus.  Bac,  811  Dublin  St., j
Phone L'ilo.   j
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRKSS FOR EVERY
j    kind of job printing.     Midgut inose
leaf ledgers;  Cowle Carl,on  Papers.
Phone    55,    P. O.    Box 142-      Old
Dally  News  Block. Sixth street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OK B. C.
��� P. I! Brown, manager. P. O. Box
5.r,f..   phone 334.
WILSON, COOK K- CO., 638 COLUM-
bia street, Phone 646. Real Estate
and Insurance Agents. Homes built
on easy terms; agreements of sab'
pure-based. If you have any property   to   bell   list  it  With UB.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for U Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite trsm office.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
STENOGRAPHY    ��.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN HUNTING, ROOM 7,
Gulchon block.      P. O. Box fi'J4.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letter'', etc. Province office, Co
lumbia street.     Phone fit.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAi
loring. A new line of fall suiting Just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone R608.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   TH^0aTrI?T1')2" COlaUM-"
bia     street. Flrts-claes     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attmctlons. Program changed
Monday  Wednesday end Kridav.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham [Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
tors and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Hlock, Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, H.
L.. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, BarrJs-
ters, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 113. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Gnmvllle street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
end Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia nnd McKensie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
i<ere9s Your
LAST
OPPORTUNITY
TO BUY A SUIT AT TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OFF. FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK WILL END OUR BIG SALE.
WE STILL HAVE QUITE A LARGE NUMBER OF BLUE AND
BLACK SERGE SUITS LEFT, ALSO A FEW WORSTEDS,
WHICH WE WILL OFFER FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING   PRICES:
$12.00 Suits for $ 9.00
15.00 Suits for   11.25
18.00 Suits for......  13.50
$20."0 Suits for $15.00
22.0..   Suits   for   16.00
25.00   Suits   for   18.75
Tb'.ie are well built, stylish Suits, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. If
you call In it will be a great
pleasure   to   show   them   to
you.
o
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x
��� FIRST-CLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY.    WHITE ���
��� COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. ���
I ���
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MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
HOLBROOK CAFE
I
Shirts
See our window for a
shirt barglan. When we say
a bargain we mean It, and
the shirts will back up the
assertion. These are regular
$1.25 and $1.50 Shirts for
Seventy-Five Cents.
Collars
A few Linen Collars left
at Five Cents each, or six
for Twenty-Five.
WE ALSO HAVE A FEW  LONELY SUITS LEFT IN  BOTH
TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS AT HALF PRICE.
REID & CO.
Tl-lf: STORE   OP SATISFACTION
601   COLUMBIA   8TREET
I
Front St.
J. A. DRYDEN, Prop. I
������������������������^���������������������������������������* ������������������>�����������������������������������������,���,.*��������������
ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap oaly cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digsdeep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine ; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaying you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ i /
portions to cleanse \AWM/
easily, rigorously, J^-^ ^^
and without harm to i c
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake. FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE,  THREE.
H
\N
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
CiTY OF NEW WESTMINSTkli
To the Ho ��� i etrlcfiad Iron is the greatest, boon pos-
ble. No ��� a0 lessened the  household  labor.    The  Electric
Sad Iron simple thai a child can operate it; and it can be used
;| any part of the bouse where there Is an electric light.   Iron   al-
hot;  no useless walking or waiting;  Ironing done in half the
tlm'e  v.v carry different makes and style-;. Call in and let us show
,  ,.     in you.
T* J. Trapp Si Co., Ltd.
TENDERS FOR 8EWER I
The Council is desirous o<
tenders for the supply u
Sewer Plpea.
Specifications,  approxi n ..
ties and further Inform itl.on   jan
obtained from the City Lnglueer.
All  tenders  must be delivered
the undersigned, mar'., d ".end  i
Se ���-< v Pipes," by 5 B   m. (,f Feb
21, 1910. \v.   ,. Dl NCAr
Cm
City Hall, .Turin i  ,��� 2     1910
. ee    Ing
Vi    li.ei
luaiitJ
l
���y
<f'Li
��� >es
st Tea is Cheapest-���Always
IN   THE     SUF ' t��M  .     CO
BRIT     H      ,OLU,
rk.
JF
\       1
'.: v. ������.
is the besi i alue because it ic richer, more
fragrant :-id healthful than other teas.
It goes further.   It costs no more.
Bis
an . Natural Onsen, 40c, COc, OOo and 70c per lb.
Don't   Wnrry,   Sinll*.
Centenarluns give various reasons to
which they ascribe their longevity, but
It is significant thnt they all agree '���'.
the advantage ��f plenty of work .-. )
little worn in aiding length of 11 ���-
The adi ��� ��� I iteiy given by ��� wo.
over u :. i ed is worth cousldi .
oe she ai.. [i , one to eat wheti hu
sleey when leeoy, with plentj
sleep, to work constantly, keep cU
ful and avoid worry, 'i'hls puts in
few w>rds tbe d ictrlne of the simp
life, and her conclusion is worthy ���
nn ancient sage wb?h she says tl I
these rules will not produce beali . i
long life there Is bad blood in t.
family end It had belter die ou:.
Baltimore American.
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's. Anticipation
of toothsome morsels that will tickle
tin palate and give you genuine satisfaction are always realized after eating one of our tender, Juicy steaks,
03 lers or dinners, or any of the special  dishes that are made  al
if
In   the  ii    i ii
quarti r  Si   fion
C.   M.   Dist toi   )i   N
and   Pro ' i< ���    ,    Q,-\
and  in      ,   i   ttter
I
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Jan
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Join ubla,
h��  Estate  of
.   (I < ��� .ts.'d.
moarable    Mr.
1 the 7th day of
. a will bi   r c iiv
, j. Lo, by the un-
un base of all '   '
esi   of John    S', at
ii-  hel ;   in an : to
t .ai  i ertaln  p iree)
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TOE 10 ARCHITECTS.   |7frliFloTlELS
COH vt^ianl.*
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM   OFFICE.
OPP.
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C      BRIOGF
of   he '-ni ���   i.
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;J .  ~   . II 1/V*
WE CARRY THE LARCEST 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
>ksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
rr <jdf ta,
Sealed tenders, addn ss id ' . the
Postmai tei Gi ueral, will be r '��" d
al Ottawa until Noon, on Frld \ he
18th February, for the conveyanci    '*
llis Majesty's Mails, on  r>rop   < ���,', c, >,
I    for fo tr years  1'    nf. ..   tim
per    wee!   ei ch   w -.     l     vp :
dio
New Westmlstei               i .    "a
uiP
Ci nadlan     Paclfi      '       ��v    S:
.;tiO..
and the Great ?           ������     ���'.'.
Si
tion from the '               i     '
i'i tnted   not! ���������.���           i 1
'hi.
Information  as to
posed contract    m              ;<   a
h
blank   forms   of  Ten .       u'iv   o
on
tained at  the Post    <             n'
.-'   ,'.
West; Ins ter,  Sapperton     '<:    >���
���ei'S
borough and al the offk
roft
Offlci   Ins] ector.
i'ost Office Inspector's O
u-
couver, B   C, 7th January. - ���''
,
JOHN'   R,   GREENF
-.
Posi   Office  Ins|
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P';YA ..      OLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL���
C    PETITIVE    DESIGNS.
The   Board of    Managers    for the
l; .; '    Columbian    Hospital    Invites
ci   acts  to submll  competitive de-
Igi     of a General Hospital, which it
is    roposed to    erect    at Sapperton,
s   x Westminster, B, C.
The designs shall be superscribed:
.eslgn, Royal Columbian Hospital
and addressed to W, 11. Keary, S C-
retary Board of Managers, Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster,
II. ('., and will be received up to noon
Wednesday, ic.tli February, 1910.
The design placed first  by the adjudicator will  receive a  premium of
Men; the second a premium of $300;
I the third a premium of $200.
The    Hoard    of Managers    is not
bound to ereel the building from any
.f the designs submitted.
Conditions   governing    competition
. be obtained by bona fide competi-
upon  application   to  the under-
W.   II.   KEARY,
lary. Hoard of Managers.
e- Inster, B. C, January 7,
Russell.
S. ,1. Roberts, Vancouver.
Louis M. Wise, New York.
J. E. Cowan, Vancouver.
George O. Main. Seattle.
W. L. Brener, Vancouver.
J. C. Witherspoon, Vancouver,
w. E, Laidlaw, Vancouver.
Thomas  Conlan,  Toronto.
M. II. Dobie, Victoria.
M. F. Wiles, Calgary.
Windsor.
A. O. Stanger, Matsqui.
.1.  B.  Hartley,  Vancouver.
Hon Horman. Lang'iey.
J.    P.    Thompson,    Harrison
Sp rines.
John Ogren, Hammond.
W. Sekstrom, Hammond,
Churning  Waa   [n   Ella  Line.
A party of gentlemen silting on
Veranda or �� leading hotel at Jack
N. H , fell li to an amiable dlscu1,
of their delightful host, who bore
military title and who won his ml!
spurs on   the  staff  of a  New   li
ehlre governor.   One of  them  a
"Did he get his title  from servic.
the defense of h'.s country?"   And
reply, Cronj 'i retired army officer \.
"He  must  nave,  for  lie has no*.  .
(cotton how  .'} '?l��*r,w."
BIRD   SUPERSTITIONS.
by
Hot
NOTICE RE
BURNABY BOARD OF
TRADE.
a
,CER SCHEDULE.
The  StiBishinc
Furnace
u the only furnace to buy if you are
wanting a good one.   Call and we will
s\iow it to you.   All kinds of Tinsmith-
ins: done.
CALL AND SEE THEM AT
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New west���^, B.
WOMAN   JOURNALIST TRIES
TO   END  LIFE   BY   POISON
London,    Feb.    3.���Miss    Annesley
[Kenealy,  a  woman  Journalist   sister
of Alexander Kenealy   edit i   o   the
: Daily Mirror, and daughter of the late
Edward Vaughan Kenealy. whi   spent
'many yea'~s and his fortune In the de-
fi ue .   of   Arthur   Orton.   the   famous
Tlchborne claimant   is lying dangerously  ill  ln   St.  Bartholomew's  hospital from poison, which it is sai 1 she
took yesterday  aftern ion  In  th,> of-
; (ice of the London Daily  Mall.    Miss
j Kenealy   recently  brought   an   action
against  the   Daily   Mail   for   ale ge<J
1 wrongful  dismissal from tlie Btaff of
I tbat oaper, but was unsuccessful.   It
| is said that she went to the office of
thai   newspaper  yesterday  afternoon
t and sent up a note to the editor saying  that   she  was  going  to en I  her
life.     Bi fore   she   could   be   reached
she  had  taken  poison.
iVu'.owinr ,.��� ihe schedule of soccer
..       .r t  -   Wallis cup, emblem- I
<i'.'.c     t   t;i'     ...nor   championship   of '
iv Itltfu Ci     .obi i:
F���o-       y   5���Lord   Kelvin   vs.   Cen-
'i-.-\   be. Louis vs. High School.
February 12���High School vs. Sapperton.
February  10���St. Louis    vs.    Lord
Kelvin.
February   2d ��� Central   vs.   High
school,
March   5���Sapperton   vs.   Central:
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapper-
toiv. St. Louis vs. Central.
March 10���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin:  Central vs. St. Louis.
March    2G ��� Sapperton    vs.    High
Scliool:   Central  vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���High School vs. Lord Kelvin.
The    first    named    is    the    homo
team.
Public meeting called for February
2. In Burnaby Corporation Hall at 8
p.m.; business, to receive dues, to ad-
Mi: new : embers, form committees
and any other important business.
All n :,:.! nts of Burnabj are eliglbli
for membership and are invited to
join the Board of Trade.
B.  G.  WALKER, Pres.
TITOS. D. COLDICUTT, Secy.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All   iioats  having   full   masts   must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 20, 1010.
NOTICE.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Av��nu�� ana Mano-i Street
SEATTLE
LITTLE  INTERTST.
Re the west half of section 31 block
5, North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
\Vhereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214P, issued in
the name of J. A. L. McAlplne. has
been filed in this office.
I shall,
Beat
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Room $1  par day  up.
Room  and  l.sr.  I2.5C  per day up.
Riom  with  bath  $2-50 per day  up.
Poem with bath and board $4 per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water st��am heat, long distance tela-
phone. '^us meets all trains and boat*
Tlie Daily News will be Kept on file
In our reading room.
CARLETON  GILBERT, Mgr.
Small   Crowd   Sees   Montreals
Victorias In Hockey Match.
Montreal, Feb. 3.���Beforv a very
small crowd tonight at the arena,
the Montreal Athletic association and
Victoria team played their schedule
game in the lnter-provincial amateur
hockey league series.
The score at ahlt time was: Victoria 4, M. A. A. 2. Final score was
Victoria 13, M. A. A. 7.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
I    .\ew Westminster. In the Province
1     of   Hritish   Columbia,  deceased:
'     Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claims or demands
against  the hue Frederick Thrussell,
who  died  on  or  ahou:   the  30th  day
| of   November,   1909,   at   the   City   oi
j New   Westminster,  I.n   the   Province
jof British Columbia aforesaid, are re-
I quired to send by post prepaid, or de-
1 liver   to   the    undersigned    solicitors
] herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix  of  the  last  will  of  Lie  said
i Frederick Thrussell, their names and
I addresses mid full particulars iu writing of their claims aud statemeuts of
their  accounts,  verified  by   statutory
declaration,   and   the   nature   of   the
securities (if any) held by them.
And take notice that, after the 28th |
Queer  Beliefs That Were  Held
Ancient Mariners.
Birds as Inhabitants of th.> air wero
naturally  chosen  by   the am lents  a*
oracles and augurs of future happenings.    The sensitiveness to atmosphet
le changes shown by many bird*, aid t
In establishing these notions.   The rt a
Indications   often   furnished   by   sei
birds of a coming st inn or culm we-i
doubtless magnified by the anxious :��� l
penstttlous tailor.
The- custom of hanging the sea sw I
low to that the bill may point to v-.t
wind arose from the old time cust -j
of suspending the bird by the feet, ex
peetlng it would renew its feathers as)
lf alive.
Divination by the flight of birds was
a favorite method ln the oldeu times.
Bailors watched their flight for indications of prosperous voyages and favoring winds. As they were thought to
fly through the air to heaven, they
sadly became messengers of the will
of the gods.
Tbe albatross la believed by Jack tar
to sleep on the winds. It was at one
time thought that the petrol hatched
Its eggs under Its wings.
Tlie kingfisher was tit one time k?pt
tn chentB to keep away moths.
The flakhawk was esteemed a brlmf-
m of good luck; lt boded good or evil
as its cry was to the right or left.
T'-iere was nn old superstition that
rul's were never seen bleeding.   Pheot-
Uig rtars were then supposed to tie the
: "afllf digested food of winter gulls.
CLEOPATr^.
Notice is hereby given that
nt the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof j day of February, 1910. tbe said Har- ���
In a dailv newspaper published In the ! riett  Ann  Thrussell  will   proceed  to
City of New Westminster, issue a du- j distribute the assets of the said de-
Iplicate or the said certificate, unless j ceased   among   the   persons   entitled |
In  the  meantime  valid  objection  be   thereto,  having  regard  only
made to me in writing. claims of which she sliall
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
'    ster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
Dog Medicine
All Kinds
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To Advertisers:
to    the
then have I
' The Story of Her Death From the Bit.
of an Asp.
lit is admitted that Cleopatra killed
herself   to  avoid   being  exhibited   at
I Kome in the triumph of Oetavlus, whu
1 had made war upon her and Antony bs* I
cause the latter had divorced his (Oo-j
tavlus') sister on the queen's account I
But did sue die from a snake's biter
It Is better to think not.   "If her death
had been eaused by uny serpent, the
small   viper would rather  have beo��
chosou   than  the  large  asp,   but  ths
Hory Is 41spi'oved by her haviug decked lastrself la the royal ornaments and
being found dead without any marital
or suspicion of poison on her body."
Death from n serpent's bito could not
have been mistaken, and her vanity
had notice, and that the said Harriett j would not have allowe* her to choose
Ann Thrussell  will not be liable for
'he said  s met.  or tiny  pat thereof
Dated this  fifteenth   (15th)   day of
January, 1910.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
to any person of whose claim    she
shall not  then have received notice.
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one which would have disfigured her
In so frightful ��� manner.
Other poisons were well understood
and easy of access, and no boy would
bave ventured to carry on asp In ���
basket of flfs, some of which he even
offered to tbe guards as he passed, and
even Plutarch shows that the story of
tho asp wns doubtful. Nor Is tbe statue
carried hi  Augustus'  triumph, whlcH
had an asp upon lt, any proof of hl��
belief In it, since the snake was tho
I sin bleat   of   Egyptian   royalty.     Too
I statue  (or  tke crovan   of   Cleopatra,
I could not ha to been without oue,
j this was prakablv the origin
, wUoia start
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1 rinnil   mil*   ONKund.
The subject af anoostons Is often rt
I luterestain' topic of ooavoBsatlon.    A
j lady extremely proud of Ihi  mother'
i family crested a   si-:i��;iti<����  nnd   in-e'
[ ber liMtntiers wonder u lirtlu when sbf
remarked: "My father tilled runny responsible positions.    We all have the
greatest rwepeet for  htru.    My  fntber
tvtts a r*tto' i-iir\ bnt"' nod a certain
stiffening   of   the   shoulders   and   nu
added eacfeession   of  firmness ln  the
good leUr'ri face added Importance to
ber  ��*j��*luelon��� "my   mother  was  an
Osgoosir
Stan to Blame.
Women are more prone to deceit the
men. Fseis Ihe time when Beheher
use Ml Ivor lord 1.0O1 lies to keep tlte
neaee tt hns been the accepted war
And the 10011. not the women, are the
most to klame. It Is wknt they like,
and they get it.-Good Woid*
Love le Intoxicating, tt in saM. Worn ajood .king tt is that marriage am
a tendency to sober a mao,���Terro*.
OeeU Uranacrlpt
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Mien.
HttaMtle Bldg..
Machinists Seek Increase.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 3.���De- ,
mands for Increases ln the wages of
machinists and shopworkers on some
twenty-seven railroads of the southwest will follow a meting of the general executive board of the International Association of Machinists,
which went into session here today.
< PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 4,
1910.
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Published by Tne Dally News PuMis:,.
Isg Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McK inkie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E.  A.  Paige.
upon which a future navy of its own
could  be raised."
No man can r?ad these extracts
without being convinced that th��j Admiralty thoroughly endorses the position taken by Canada j 1 making a
commencement toward th.- building
.Managing  Director   of a navy.
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FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY  4,   1910.
MISAPPREHENSION   EXISTS.
YELLOW NEWSPAPERS
i    SCORED BY CANNON
Lee9
We  want you to visit  our   Furniture Store, as it a
d buy thoughtfully, with go&d   taste.
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Theiv is a very seiious misapprehension as to the attitude of tbv Imperial authorities with regard to the
navy proposals which have been submitted to the House. Objections havL.
been urged against tbe proposals 1 f
the Canadian government, based upon
the assumption that the British Admiralty suggested a coinsv ol action
which has no*, been followed by the
Canadian government.
In the first place, it has h 1 n
st;r\ il to tin- House hy Conservative
members and through this country hy
tin- Conservative press thai tie- Admiralty recommended that Canada
establish what is known a, a fleei
unit, consisting of a "Dreadnought"
and auxiliaries. On page 2181, January IS, 1010. Hansard, Mr. Boyce,
Conservative, of Algoma, said:
"Vou will se-o that what the- Admiralty suggested was a fleet unil
from the Colonies."
A careful perusal of the blue book
dealing with tin- procedings of tlie
d< fence conference f:iils to disclose
anything approximating such a view,
but on the contrary a direct negative
to such a proposition is given, accompanied by tb< reasons therefor���
upon page L'2 of the report are found
these words:
mi        ii   ,���  .... , aavr-
"A�� regards Canada, it was consid-
Speaker^Charges Murder of
Lincoln, Garfield and Mc-
Kinley Against Them.
FOR SALE���Splendid home, almost
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and   the   balance   very  easy   terms.
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14 by 24, and the frame U handsomely carved.
Washington, Feb. 3.���S nsatlonal
newspapers were under ihe fire of
Speaker Cannon's invective last night,
when ho addressed the Loyal Legion
at i;s twenty-eighth ainn.il banquet.
To the "yi-iiinws" he charged "10
murders of Lincoln. Garfl . and Mc-
Kinlev. claiming that t 1 murden s
had been inflami d bj 11 ��� public .-
lions.
Reverting to war times and th . attitude of th,. newspapers, the speaker
said:
"I remember that great editor, Hor.
ace Greeley, and his New Yor Tri 1
bune. 1 remember his famous slogan,,'
'On to Richmond.' The metropolitan
journals literally took command after
the campaign, and yet. after the first
defeat inflicted on the Union forces,
how 1 lie music changed! On,. Of the
N'ew York newspaper,., demandi 1 the
Immediate abdication of the president, and even the faithful Greeley
thought peace should be male with
the Confederates, and that every
point :it issue should be conceded to
them."
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Maud Powell
FRIDAY SPECIALS
ered that our double seaboard rendered the provision of a, fleet uni: of
the same kind unsuitable for the present."
The reason for this is obvious.    A
fleet,   unit   to   be   effective   must   be
"Maud  Powell, a violinist, who, as
;is   said   of   Chaminade,   "happens   to
be a woman," was the soloist of the
evening,  and words of tie most  ex-
' alted  praise  seen-  inadequate to describe   her   performance   and   to   tell
aught of the magic and the mystery
stationed   either   on   the  Atlantic  or   o{ t)le spPll sne weaves with her wonderful Instrument and sill, th . mar-
! vellous   musical   insii-'bt   with   which
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the Pacific side, which would leav
cither the one or the other unprotected. To separate the unit by divld- j
ing it, and placing a portion o 1 each
coast, would be to destroy its of-
tectlveness and make abortl/e the
rei ilt sought to be gain< d.
The Admiralty appreciated th ��� difficulty, and knowing that to create
and maintain two units would be too
heavy a burden upon Canada's
finances at the moment, wisely determined to suggest an alternative
course.
The Admiralty had conl pi ited
placing a fleel u��U on the Pacific for
strategical considerations, bin for tiie
i- mis given the idea was abandoned, and tha views of the confer nee
on this point may b f ��und 0 1 p->g ���
twenty-six in the following language:
"While, on naval strategical consid-
1 ���    Ions, it w;is thought that n F.ee
Di      on  the  Pacific,  as  outlined  by
the   Admiralty,   might  ln   the  future
form an acceptable  system of naval i
defence,  it  wis  recognized that Ca- j
double si ab tai 1 r< ndered the
I        -ion of such a Fleet Unit unsuit- ;
��� : ������    ; resent"
With a complete knowledge of the
:-:��� . ;ion, the Admiralty did not press
upon Canada the es-ribllshrnent o: a
fleei unit, as the Conseratives would
have the people believe, but they did
the following proposition, which
may be found upon page twenty-two
Ot the report:
"It was proposed, according to the
.nt of money tbat might be avall-
ab.e, that Canada should make a start
with cruisers of the 'Liistol' class and
destroyers of an Improved river
��� . - ' a part to b" stationed oa the
Atlantic seaboard and a part On  the
p   ;ric."
Tl M It is abundantly clear that tbe
Admiralty at no time expressed the
that    Canada   establish   a  fleet
unit, including a Dreadnought, and it
is  alto clear  thai    the    suggestion
L. warn made has been faithfully
coi ' .rred in by the Dominion government., and that the proposals brought
down by Sir WI.fril Laurier are upon
tin. exact lines prescribed by the Admiralty.
Another point ol importance Ib that
the Admiralty admitted the principle
of "making a start" in the formation
of a Canadian navy. Ia support of
this view there follow two quotation;!
from page 21 of the report. The first
reads:
"While laynln tho foundation of
further Dominion navies to be maintained ln different parts of the Empire, these forces would conti Unite
Immediately and materially to thc re-
QUlremnti of imperial defence."
Then again upon the same page le
found this declaration:
"A simple contribution of money or
material may be, to one Dominion tbe
most acceptable form ln which to assist. In Imperial defence. Another,
while ready to provide local naval
forces and to place them at th.. disposal of tbe Crown ln tho evcnt of
war, may wish to lay the foundations
she plays. An American woman witb
a God-given gift, are stands without
a peer on the cone 1 platform today
as an interp-eter a 1 a technciin
and last night shy played the fine
concerto of Saint-Saens as on 's highest, hopes of her demanded wit a
commanding authority above th ��� orchestra, a supreme artistry in the
handling of the bow and strings and
a nicety In tlie reading of thi score.
The vim and decision of h worl?
are easily understandable when one
catches tiie flash of her black eye: it
tells of the intellectuality ant the
heights and depths of the emotional
nature that are behind all 0 the
plaudits and tlie extravagant laudations that are heaped at the feet of
tins 'wonder woman of the violin.'
* * * Since the Debussy number
is new here���as it is transcribed tor
the violin, at least, having been written for the pianoforte alone���it is Infinitely lovely and as delicate and
diaphanous in its substance an [ contour as a sunset cloud. And how It
���v:is played!"���Carlton Steele, ln tho
St.  Paul   Despatch.
Maud  Powell will be at the Opera
house  on  February  18.
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Ar,T-,n�� iwllnp a afcrt'h :.r1 r>"��rr,i > -r.: ��.���/
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Immtim at vr-**?' 't P^niZlSfo,��� eirim.inlca.
II ��� xmatricHy <-.-rmi-f-l*ii.l. W.TX. '-. ������"���     ie.T.B
B--n fr**>. oiumt i��"M,r~ ter ���ocortngpntenn.
pi ty,,T# titt.**". tr.rf,t-t'h Mtir.n A <.. j. ixc-.-.tS
tpt-tJii iwUh, * K V��i tlm we, ��n (M
A hMfcAMBOly U2MHwto] >"������"' ly. Lwrort cii-
tt}\uu*M 'jf 107 ic*6mfflo Jooruil Tenu t >i
Caitiff., ff y - f��*rfportfliw propaW,   Bow by
U4H **. ;.^ .*���������*����������' ������������������ i ~m wrS
V.. .    v ,,*- a  ...    ,.���-.- -   ���     1 .
He the east half of section 36, bloc';
.",. North range 6, Westminster, New
West minster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
tiflicate N'o. !i21f)F. issued in tlie name
of J. A. L, McAlplne, has bei n lib d In
this office
Xotiee is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first, publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
tlie City of N'ew Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said  Certificate,  tin-
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, D. C, January 21, 1910.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Special Today
TEN-PIECE   TOILET   SETS   AT
$2.35 PER SET.
This Sale Positively Closes
on Saturday, February 19
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)OARD OF TRADE���NKW WEST-
minster Hoard of Trade meets in the
board room City Hall, as follows:
Third Thur.-diy of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. Xew members may be
proposed and elected at ahy monthly or quarterly meeting. c. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
He the west half of section 31 bloc''
5, North, range 5 west, N'ew Westmi .-
ster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title N'o. 9214F, issued in
the name of J, A. L. McAlplne, has
been  filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication lienor
In a dally newspaper published In the
City of N'ew Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New Westminster, 13. C, January 27, 1910.
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your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
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The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy 'or cash and sell for the same
Basketball
Saturday Night, Feb. 5th
I w.
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THE SHOE MAN ���
629 Columbia Street Holmes Block j
Columbia College vs.
Vancouver High School
Preliminary between
Columbia     College" Second
Team and
Vancouver Y. M. C. A. Employed Boys.
First game starts at 8:30.
Admission 25 cents
College Gymnasium
Saturday Night, Feb. 5th
Scotch  Whisky
rail
A Brand to Depend on.
h there anything more annoying than to
find, niter acquiring a liking {or a certain food
or beverage, that while occasionally good, it
is  not  uniformly  good.
1 bat often hap;). u9 in the case of whisky.���
It cannot happen with Watson's whisky.
Uniform high quality is ensured for this
brand, hy the most rigid care in distilling,
blending, ageing and  bottling.
The flavor and the mellowness that commend Watson's to yon when first you try it,
never are allowed to deteriorate or to vary in
the slightest degree.
Continued use of Watson's Scotch confirms
old friends in their liking for it, and tht
expressed opinion of these old friends of the
brand is continually helping to make new
friends for it,  the world" over.
insist     o n
Watson's
"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly matured Scotch.
"WO. IO"���A full-hoJied, richly (l.vored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -  Dundee. !ft\
FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY  4,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Madras Muslins
and Curtain Nets
lO-plcce   Fancy   Madras,     in    cream,   fancy   striped   and   dark
ground effects.   Prices per yard 25c, 35c and 50c
Hemstlched and Lace inserted  Swiss curtaining;     very    special
SPORTING NEWS
NEW YORKER WILL
RACE SIMON PURE
50c
pi Ice, per  yard   	
INVESTIGATE THESE PRICES.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SKATE
at   the
Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7^30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;    Skates   25c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished  skates for  10c.
Yankee Invasion of English
Turf Expected to Take
Place in Spring.
London, Feb. 3.���The biBtory of the
Grand National Steeplechase, which
takes place at Liverpool next March,
does uot record many American entries, but if all goes well, u. Saportas,
of New Fork, will be found among the
entrants. He lias jusi announced his
steeplechase with his horse, Simon
Pure, a sun of th, British stallion,
Si. Leonards ll. ami Vlolel S., the
latter having been bred a- B. Ran-
coca's stand in New Jersey by Mrs.
Lillian Livingston,
Simon Pure, as all American racing
n i-n know, distinguished himsetf by
winning a number of the principal
steeplechase events "mi the other
side" in 1908.
Everyone in the racing world expects to see an American invasion of
tbe English mil', when the Hat lacing
commences in the spring. It is an invasion which will be heartily welcomed by all true i-poris'i.e.i ,as ol'
late years then- have crept in a number ni financiers, who do n >t even
know a thoroughbred when they see
one and who look u, on racing as
an auxiliary department of their
offices in tin- city. In fact, manj
racegoers expressed surprise last
season when the Jockey club did not
take strong action in several cases,
when horses slowed what is known
as "intermittent form."
It is only this seamy side of the
English turf, as It Is at present, which
prevents the Prince of Wale- from
starling a big racing establishment.
Although not so fond of the sport
as bis father, he takes a great interest in tlie breeding of thoroughbreds.
EXCITING    RACE.
Hosemen Exert Themsslves in Good
Cause at Queen's Park.
To decide a thirty-cent bet as to
whether the trouble In Nicaragua Is
due to the high price of slaugntered
bubs or the approach of tho Chinese
New Year, A. L. Eickhofl and William
McDonald, two hosemen in the Fire
department, ran a footrace at Queen's
park on Wednesday afternoon. Klck-
hni'f. who carries the most avoirdupois, insisted on racing In his stock-
lngs, whereupon the spectators, including the stakeholder, incontinently
fled.
This move, however, proved to be
Eickhoff's undoing, for McDonald,
knowing it would he fatal to lag he-
hind, madje superhuman efforts to
keep a nose ahead of his rival and
won   by  a  proboscis.
The track will be repaired in time
for the provincial fair.
A HOME
P OR
One Hundred Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
KEOGH   RETAINS TITLE.
Rochester Veteran Is Once More Pool
Champion  of the   World.
New Vork, Feb. 3.���Jerome Keogh
ol Rochester, X. V.. won the world's
championship poo, ti'ie from Thomas
Hueston, tin- titleholder, i.i the last
block of their 600-polnt match in
New York. Keogh, with a high inn
oi 22. secured the 10X points necessary to complete tin- fioo, while Heus-
ton obtained 178. with a high run of
23.    Twenty-six  frames  wore played.
The final score was 000 to 54G. The
match wis for the championship title
and emblem, a purs-- of $1<iuii and a
side in i of $260. The winner had received no challenge last night. Ileus-
ton was Rough's pupil, an 1 in the
varying fortunes or the game Keogh
has been champion Tour ti ni a and
Hueston three. Hueston recently
wrested the title from Kiing. the baseball  player.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room housa,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
Is situated on the route of the New Westmlnster-Millslde car line
(to be built this summsr), when it will double In value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH  AND $25  PER  MONTH   buys   a   new   seven-room   house
In   Sapperton;   a   good  buy.   Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years. This propertyis on the direct route to the Stav2
Lake Power Company's property and is an excep'.ionally good
buy  in acreage. No .364
White, Shiles & Co
74G and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
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Coffroth   Racing  Against Time.
WILSON  & COOK
Northern Crown  Bank  Building,  New
Westminster, B. C.
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Now York   Feb. 3.���J   W. Coffroth,
the California fight promoter who has
been in  Europe for two months is a i
passenger  on  the   Mauritania,  which
will   probably   arrive   here   early   Fri-
day morning.   Before leaving England
Coffroth   made  a  $100i>  bet   with  Eu-
! gene   Corey   of   the   National   Sports
Club  thai   he  would  b-  in   San  Fran-
I cisco  on   Feb.  S.    To   win     tho    bet
Coffroth Intends to board the Twentieth  Century Limited  on  Friday afternoon, reaching Chicago    Saturday
morning, if no mishaps he will leave
Chicago   a   few   hours   later   on   the
overland limited which is due in San
Francisco   on   February   8.
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OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN   CANADA. ���
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    .' $6,000,000    5
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000    ���
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG 4
Tbe Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
West. In this era of development Western financial Institutions
mU3t piay an important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the West at heart to share in the enjoyment of its privileges. [   |���      .... ;��.*.. ���t. *
��    ONE DOLLAR  WILL OPEN A.SAVINGS    ACCOUNT    WITH     US.
* Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W     estminster.
Noted Winners on American Turf.
New York. Feb. 3.���James H.
Keene's horses have won a total of
$1,390,000 on the country turf In the
last seven years, according to figures
given out by the Jockey club. Second place for the time specified goes
to H. P. W. Whitney .with a total of
$485,000. Other high figures are:
Barney Schreiber, $4Si.ooo; Sydney
Paget. $424,000; August Belmont,
$400,000;  John E. Madden, $"02.noo.
HOUSE���;     rooms,    on     Nineteenth
street, $1300; one-third cash.
HOUSE���8   rooms,   Seven lb   avenue,
$3200; one-third cash.
HOUSE���s     rooms,     Filth     avenue,
$3200;  one-tird cash.
HOUSE���Fuily modern,!', rooms, Fifth
avenue, $2800;   $l()i)i) cash.
HOUSE���New   5-room   house   on   St.
Andrews, fully modern, $2600; $500
cash.
HOUSE���S   rooms,  on   Tenth
JE ;   $1000  cash.
HOUSK���7     rooms,    Twelth
flToo; ?700 cash.
HOUSE���Fully    modern,   on
street; $3700; $1000 cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street,
toilet, hot and cold water, open fireplace in dining room; price $3200,
$1000 cash; this property is leased
and brings in over 7 per cent Inter-
Great
TURE
SALE
street,
street,
Fourth
bath,
All this month, everything
reduced   and   everything
plainly marked.
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth St., New Wesmirister.:
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[Keep Your House Warm \
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
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!
JAMES & McCLUGHAN \
COOK  STOVES  FOR  SALE CHEAP.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
Here is One of Our
Christmas Pianos
That Arrived Too
Late for the Xmas
Trade
R�� I am going to give some extra  bargains,  as  I   jjjjvetoo  hlrfSN
���took to' carry "and "fneed "the" money-YOU   NEED   THE   PIANO.
��254.0O CASH WILL TAKE   ONE. Others at 1875.00 ensh; 1800.00
.,   One second-hand piano was $500, will sell for $175.   CASH WILL
TALK   WITH   U8   FOR   THE  NEXT TEN DAY8.
('ome and let us show you what surprises we bnve ln storo for
y��'i when I advertise BARGAINS.. That Is what they are, and you
W|H say so when you see them.
J- H. Todd's Music House
419|Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Sent On Approval
To Responsible Pbopis   '  ������    ���
I   Ml.,
LaugHlira m+
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
U/>e InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for onl��
est.
HOUSE���New,   on   Tenth   street,   G
rooms; (2800; one-third cash.
LOTS���\os. S, 9, 10. ll and 12, and a
new 3-room cottage, on Fourth avenue $6000; one-half cash.
LOT���Full sized, on Fifth street, near
Seventh  avenue,  price  $600;   $^3U
cash,
LOT���Between   Tenth  and  Eleventh
streets   nnd   Fifth   nnd   Sixth   avenues, $550; $200 cash.
��� LOT���On Agnes street, cleared, splendid iocatlon, $1800; one-third cash.
j LOTS���8 full sized, in Sapperton,
only $22b euch.
: ACREAGE���5- acre blocks ln Surrey,
$t25 per acre.
j ACREAGE���3Vi acres in Burnaby, D.
L. 13, close to tram line; price
$2500, one-third cash.
WILSON & COOK
Northern  Crown  Bank  Building  New
Westminster. B. C.
Posi
paid
to any
".ildlCSS
lluaimliuns are Exjoj Bill
Every i��en Euanuiteed
full 14 KI .-.i lid C.iilil���cul
tin ni:hl hfttnl limy be I"1 I
iii ether our ���UuuWafd
black opaque pattern, _
i-oti breakable Tranapai
mi, b�� deilred, eithor ft
plain or engraved Anita,
ns preferred.
Yi.l may l/jlliiej-nn a *jaU;.
If t ii ,i< r- ,J^E.Jtt -i r-Ti- -aflwil,
a iaiM��f
ai may */j ."'��r--" -  ���*��'
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���Hattd    Wrtln for l*--ml.   WPt
now " l--t ynu forfel."    A.ldK
I*Laughlin Mfg. Co.*j
majestic Bldg..
Detroit
Ml".
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
NOI ICE TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death in this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and other causes
and ln consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be Protected against this serious loss by livestock insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing a
policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full particulars whether you insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The InsuranceJMan" 657 Columbia St.
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
^ Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
3tn.tr Blfattl Ht *nl   fttta ArtmM
PHONE 17a
BOWELL A OODY, Prooritton.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH 8T. PHONE  R527
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
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THE DAILY NFAVS.
FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY
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TllO   Right    AfO.
Among tbe litigants before the Em?
lish courts some years ago was a Mrs
Weldon. whj, Indeed, was so constant
ly at law that Baron PoUock once remarked: "This lady has now such a
very hircc buniussa ut'the bar that we
must give b*r erery Indulgence." Mrs
Weldon wan not abashed by the judges
nnd said many c)*ver thin** in court
Tli-' r-'otwln'-oneae of the kite John
Ge ������ ��� ��� Witt, K.. O, Include an anec
dote of one "m" h��r appearances ln tb
court of apptr.l. Kbe was endeavorim
to upset s juistrrcnt of Tie. Cbanoelloi
Bacon, ai fl *��c ground of complaln<
was that ths judge was too old to un
derstand tke sase. Thereupon Lot*
Ksher said: "The Ijk' time you wer.
here you complained tlvat your caw
had bees tried by my brother Bowe:i
and you said St ���� only a bit of a b "
and couM not do tou j;.--nce. Now >
come here aid say that my br
Bacon was too old. What agf do yoi
want tbe judge to .< .' "Ttwr ag
promptly replied :-.: - W ��� ��� Ox -
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woman tlgnal  I the ssnttMtor I   ��
aid as the car slowed cjwu she ai ��e
walked  jauntily --ni aud stepped ofi
the   car   with   L\e   nl:iia��J����*>s   of    >
scho ilgirL
The msa whose seat i!m bad be
occupy bag looked tiset ajaaced, thei
sheepish, aa the utlsar p*eeei.Kers be
gan to gria at hire., tLta jeta��.i ln, as
becomes am American wlaea placod i;>
trying cir<ruxBatancea.
"She'a aa nctress at one of the
Broadway theaters," choeklod a man
sitting sear him. "I kaow her bi
6lght, and when she camo ln I thougbi
she  must kav�� been  hurt Id an no
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111.'   V.'raim   l<lii��.
A society which dJBeevrntiafites moral
literature ��uc;> sout �� railway roane^er
a large number of free treets to place
In the weltiaj rooms. One was untitled, "A Houts te tbe New Jsrnsatan."
The letter which tbe moral literature
society received in reply declined the
tracts. "vTe cannot pl��<*e the tracts,"
wrote the m.-iaajer, "s* tbe N. J. is not
on our system."
4��lte a  Tajrtoly.
The faahienahle girl had accepter]
blm and the yeuag mem wae woadertng
how far his |30 a week womls go.
"Vou muet reetetWt fWt life Is not
all golf s*A tim*H." meanarored he.
"Why, of eonree It Vaet," she responded brightly. "Ttaee'B eoarreg and
coaching aad bridge aad ever so many
tilings."���LotrisTille C*��wJ��F-J(otini*l.
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At   tke  !>������*��������'   OHlh.
"Carvns, waa that epeMttea yea pei��-
formed ort old Elnaa* stuteaslulT"
"Successfnl?   Tee; siagararty ao."
"Singularly?   Tbaa  be's recovering.
Is he?"���Chicago
A Russian dees i��t beeeaae of ago
until he Is twantr-elx.
Api,�� -.flea   rianaramca.
**In my awrmrag waHjR," remfcrked a
Brooklyn cb-,-rmta hi referrtag to his
vacation. "1 b��4 a* n empinlon an
elderly gentlemam, whose ne��rnatirrance
I prized highly. Afher a cross country
rnmhle of fire miles one hot afternoon
we stopped at a farmhouse for a drink
of milk. I drained my glass, and how
refreshing It wns! But the oM gentle
man drank lightly and set his glass
down with B goodly portion of the rich
milk untouched.
" 'Very fine drink,' he said as we resumed our Jaunt
" 'Then why dida't you drink all ot
It?' I asked.
" 'That's tho way I make my contribution to the conscience fund,' he explained serleusly. 'When I was a boy
I worked oa a farm and wm teugwt always, after rtwlag, to leare a little
water lu the milk oan*.* "���New Tort
Times.
Men W!f1i Wamra'a Tosaes.
Generally apoaklng, rases B-rtag al
high altitude* bare weaker aaC awre
highly prMted vetoes fksst tkeet Itrtag
In regions where m. miff***, et etrge��n
Is more flowHM. Tkeis ���nrag am
Indfass frrkif oa ate pffsWaae hetaaau
the range* of Am * si Ilea, at aa elevation of freai tea ta
feet, the men hirve
and the woansa Hto sMRaaa, aad tkek
ilngmg in a skrffl -ainiaan "Jke Aa*
traikin naifr") kM a weak waes, knt
a kaaek of eeadkie/ it a Mag IiIi'iiiM .
and the lowaat Mkas at Jtfrfraa ****>���
men alse posaom woak vataaa. tit all
human belage ft weMfS aeeia thai the
flwarf race (ftmmmsM tar (Hank? fii
eentral Afrfea IMw^ k p&* ot eoTame
ind compass, Aft waawae* of human
Toices, and thfs is onfy w*at one
Would expect from flhe faeMenetM of
fbelr physttyue genevaRr.
I  " '	
���������<
I9irj.
MEALS AT THE
leased   for
j-ears at. an annual renui Y^N
acre.       Not    more    ,,.'.'"  *. I
Anglican Synod
O                  J                                            I _ tm.it..       iwi    more                     " pc>
Concludes Labors Lytton hotel SSAT.J.
J live   cents   per   t,���,   Bha.,    "'    :-i- 0(
(Continued from Page 1 )
lumbia." This resolution will have
to be discussed by the other synods
of British Columbia before any results can be looked for.
Synod Expresses Sorrow.
After passing the following resolution expressing sorrow at tlie loss of
|the iate Archdeacon Small the synod
adjourned:
"The  synod  desires  to place  upon
record Its sense of the loss the diocese has sustained through the death
Archdeacon   Small.      lie   w.- g  a
priest, ever full of sympathy
:    h ,,.i..... orient*
,-. ~. ;   ,i,(, fnrtlans, wbo:". i-t I
Iowa ann  io y>o-.i   ,.^ ...<".
;j  *...,.,  siienh<?rd  with   untiring  devotion,  m  in. .    . .     '
" - ���'���' a m onb   in the district tne
pn\ iiegeo  u.   v.. .      ''
-���������.!  work of the diocese bis wisdom
are prepared by expert while
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen   In   the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
on tbe merchantable ;|
W, w  no
Deputy of the Mini       . ���     a
N.B.���Unauthoriz, .���   ���,.,;.;��� |M,-i
this advertisemeni  win   ���.a   : <i|
for. n"1 ''���  :.-am I
Grand Trunk
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chka^Ot Loncioa-
C.0 TO Til
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST..   WIN!    0R BL0Ck|
��  <J
'"io letress, Mrs. M
kit.  Xj'.k
ln\
M
'f nt*f*
\        ���  a
JI  \    (XU    at,      ���
, a
R
Valdez    ��� i .
bier 'i
Ing ���>   <
known '
feller, a v
were tn :     >���'
lums,  on  i' ���  ��'
came   to   V       /���      tny   in   December i
from Nevada, and was hound for the I
Idltarod, Tt is supposed that the party '���
ost the trail during a storm and sue
roe King, a  jJ i-
'.laska towns dur-
'ays,    his   wife,
.  as Mrs.  Rocke-
��� ames unknown,
near   McCal-
��� - trail.    King
powe'-;   aii
who  nm-w
who   met
him   were   ;>���������
r ��� ac
-,i  ft- >cr>
->\-(' ���
nn   a- ���[   ���    '��� ���
i'..   .,  .-,,   ..
n '
elated him most of all."
T.evcr Brothers, Toronto, will send you
���e  a cake  of   their  famous   Plantol
toilet   soap,  if  you mention   this  paper.
cumbo.i   to   tbe   cold.     The   victims; ���
were picked up by a rescue party,,
DISTRICT   OF   BURNABY.
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
1    .-:'���:'���>���? Vv
.:'^y > '&?:> *   '
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Applications for the position of As- i
sistant Engineer will be received by I
the undersigned up to Wednesday,;
February 2, 1910. Applications to be '
endorsed "Assistanl Engineer," and
to state qualifications and salary re-
quir
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Muni irall, Edmonds, B. O, Janu
arj ��� 10.
Ami all I ie principal dus ie see t -so*
0 <1'AR]     ' UEHFC   i" 1  t e MARI
.   .N   :.   i   .<   \   .
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls
For Tims Tables, etc.. address
i
GEO.  W.  VA-.X,
|
1 Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago.
\ CANADIAN PACIHCI
FROM VANCOUVER
'  Victoria    Dailj   .,���  i   , ,    ,
��� irthern British   Columbia-Em
urday 11 p.m.
I
omox-Tuiffl
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
11
Mail Service
.
Any available Dominion Lands with
in the railway belt In British Columbia, ina\   be bomesteadvd by any per-
Following are the hours ol despatch SOI1 wno js tne 80ie nead 01 a family
��� I arrival of mails at the New West-  0r aliv  I1KilL> over lb years of age, io
uinsier post office, ilie hour given tn  tne  txtent  or  on��-quarter  section   01
each case lieing tlie hour of closing,  i^(j acres, more or less.
which  is half an hour, as a rule, bi.- i    Kmry  must,  be  made  personally  at
fore the actual  despatch.    Al]  mails. v;.,   [0caj  \-{U,\ office  for  the district
unless otherwise stated, ar^ despar.cn.- jH Rhicb the land is situate.     Entrj
d ami received daily except Sunday.  \,y pioxy  may, however, be made 01
The  only   mails   dispatched   and   re-  certain    conditions    by    tbe    la.iier
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South  mother, son. daughter, brother or ��'���
and C. P. It. east mails, not Including ter ol an Intending homesteader.
he   way   mails.    Sapperton,     Kraser ,    xiie homesteader is required to per
~mtiiit-'**w' 'Mills and Coquitlam. form thj. conditions connected th*re
These palmists do not tell things to Mails Despatched. wlth   llud,-'r   one    of    the   Iollowln��'
please a person, but read your life <;;oo a.m. (closed ac eleven O'CIOCK ' ���": .. , , , ��� ,. . ,��� ,���������,.,
from the cradle to the grave jus, as!tne previous nlght)-Vancouver via W At leas six months resWenc
It shows ln your hand.     All readings u   \   u  Owl ,1|",n  and ciltlva,,on of th(' laml 0L
must   be    satisfactory or no charges';    R  '    '   v,,���m���,.   nn, vif.H,rl.,  vl.,  e:,ch i'*-'ar for thrtle ���vcars-
will   be   made.       Address   613  Colu.n- L^SX, t2)   " ""! f:lt"L'r (  ��r m,0tn"r- " ?'
bia street. New Westminster, B. C.       J' C' E1*�����jallway. father is decased), of the homesteader
First C. P. It. east taking all points  resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ot
ast including Langley and district.      the land entered for. the requirement*
The   mail   for  Abboisiord  and   dis-  as   to  residence  may   Im  satisfied   bj
trict, Clayburn and district, Hunting- such  person  residing  with  tin-  tathei
  don and disirict, and Matsqui are des- or mother.
Silicon No. 1. Silicon No. 2, Pitt Frac- patched by way of Vancouver. (3)  'f 'he settlor ha* Ids perniam-ni
tional,  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped.    8   am���Blaine    and     Seittie     ��n. I residence  iqion   farming   land   owned
Mineral Claims  situated in the New  cludillg ull y. B point8 east and souUi;   by  him  in  the  vicinity  of  his  home
To Nanaimo. Dnlon,
day   and   Thursdaj
day, ll  p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally n
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser    rlvi i   to Chllllwai
and      way    points -    ij
leaves    Wi st mini ti
Monday, Wednesdaj   li
turning, leaves Chillis J
on Tuesday. Thursd | >.,iiiji|
For  further   parti I
dress
ED. GOULET, Vgenl
Ni v1.   ..
or
C.  B   FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  P
Va b I |
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.
Lisa
Westminster    Mining    Division    of
New   Westminster   District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take notice that we, Pitt Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B304o4,
intend 60 days from tiie date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate ol Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action way.
under section 2~ must be commenced1    i2::;u  p.m.���Strawberry    Hill.  Tint-
before  tbe  Issuance  of such  Certlfi- berland   and   Soutn   Westminster,   by
cate of Improvements. I ourk-r (Tuesday and Friday}.
Dated  this 14th  day of December,;    1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and llaz- Btead'vthe requirements as to resld mo
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays   and ^ay   be satisfied   by   residence   upon
Saturdays. the said land
.,,  _                  ,.                           .  .  , Six months   notic(. In  ivriMni; should
All Surrey mails are received from ^    j            (      commissioner of Do
('"' '-���   "   '       '    i:;;      M"   mlnkm   lands  at   Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mlnlnt;   rights   may   he
i.rnu���, ^���iminion
zeluuie and rernndte, whi.di arrive on
he   Port  Gulchon   train  oa   Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and |
Central  Park, via 13. C.  Electric Had-   ������������������������������������������������������-�������������>*>�������������>������>���������������������>����>���������������������'���
Model Sign Work
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL!
PAINTING
Old News Block, SixthSta
^New Westmin I
TheO.  P. Young. Prop.
English ii
Gold Watcjes for Lad: s fromIttfl
up.
Silver  Watches,    gents'   o;��d '3*|
16.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents' JJW ��-s9.|
17.50 up.
A��;ent    for    Waltham  asi   US
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Twn   doors   rrom   Geo. Adam. Growl
A. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK AND   CEMEN'I
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B3U435.
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
2:00 p.m.���burquitlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns c.ioge at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, fort
Guichon, \s e.tnain Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancourer.)
2:110 p.m.���Vancouver and i-*iper
Sidins. via G. N. R. north.
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nicomekl,   and
EEectric Railway Service
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie, of New Westminster, B. Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday
O, occuaption, barrister at law, In- Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyrre-
tends to apply for permission to P"r- head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
chase the following described lands:  cord, Tuesday and Friday.
Commencing at a post planted on j 4:0o p.m.-'Vancouver and Burnaby
the shore of Welcome Pass at the :lal yla ,. c ,.-loc,rl(, Raliway 8al
Southwest corner of Lot 14 x, group jurd a|1 (,xtra maJ] [a de8patLbv3d to
1 New Westminster district, thence victoria via Vancouver at this hour
easterly following the south boun-, nla|nn an(, Soattl(> inciUding all b
dar yof said Lot 1478, 40 chains more g pt)ln.s east and g01]th vja ,, N ({
or less to the westerly boundary Of "piyer"
Timber Limit    38,783,    thence  south      .'   "      _. _   _   _
along the said westerly boundarv of I ? {^{7**"%? ��1 *��� & eaf'' ���
said Timber Limit 38.783. 40 chains ifer. Mllls,- ? hl�� mal1 tn^"a *��� fo'
more or less to tbe southwest corner J*"*"' '.ncal.>. V���** Ba���et �����
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly K^S?!1 ''��'" < et!'
following the south boundarv of Bald fci?' u."rl��*7\ aMi?slon' Cal "
Timher Limit 30 chains more or less *��* H \r, 'so" "otJR"r nf,s' A��il9VS '"
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence j��"^'.^W s^"c��   BrMy, Nto
ola  and   district,  and all   nolnta east
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and sixty (lfiO acres more or lesa.
JOHN FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated. November 23rd, 1909.
Form of Notice, District of New West-
LAND ACT.
minster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37344, about, one mile northeast of
head of Billings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chslns, thence south 40
chains, thence wist 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelsoa Island, B. C, Do-
comber 29, 1909.
except Kootenaj'B.
Mails   Receivsd.
0:45  a.m.���Blaine aud    Beattlv,
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   Can   leafs tram (
office on the hour, twenty m1B|
utes   after,   and   forty    nt1nu:e�� a^|
after, commencing St i:!'1'
Sapperttn   Lint:   Cars leave i
at  ten   minutes after tke hour. |-
half past and flfty ra nines afw |
the   hour,  commencing at 6:30 ji
a. m. il
tl
Sunday servic* halMunrlr^I
tween S:30 a. m. and 11. P- ffl'   SI
11
t   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,LtdJ
**������������������������������������������������������������������������ �����#���##��>##*�����#������ any******* I
ln
eluding all U. S. points, via G. N. B
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Blestrlc
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m..���Strawberry HM,
by courier (Tuesday aad Friday).
9: St a.m.���Vancoaver and Tlctoria.
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:09 am.���Ladn-ar, fort
Guichon, Westham Island aad (Tne?
Hay, Thursday aa4 Saturday) Wood
waTd, via steamer J. C. Bruce, (iteves
ton despatched aad received via Van
couver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, in
hiding all TT. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mali   east,   and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
nclnding TT.  8.  A. matter, and  also
Fra��rer Mills.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER:ANDREW WESTMINSTER
.Z Manufacturers and Dealers m All Kina' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shinglee,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door*.
Interior Finish,    Tur Work,    Fie.
JFish and
Large Stock Pai    an
Bo*
' ar,
Glass.
FARMERS A*   .NTION!
Lumber    I *  y��> Stock for Fencing and Drai��i"J
Royai i.
*****
j Branchy Columbia St
Tel-ohone 12. ^New Wcstn-"111* \
FBI
DAYi  FEBRUARY  4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVBUf.
^���H��
.. i*o.,<'iit   Opvuland's   fine,
r'hfid never ��eeu his wife, the
i     tin" beautiful, the Rood hearted
pathetic,     tiie     fascinating
'    inough   ju��t  al  I  had  finished
la/to iro to tlie White House. I
1 tbst  little   note,   which   I   hct,
&M farrortfu.    "  was a gruv.
Jf not*, ��  serk>u�� Ilttle  notK-   *���*"*
writer'   >>a*  ll   ni*de   me   lau*"
-gn'tle (rrnvftlss oft��m producod
lijalttct "i��on me when�� *������* exju'ir*
i atcf'a belt iolcs would lw�� fall
��� for f do not Is ugh oiirIIt.
riTien WS reached tho White lions*
". , ,vna shaltlDg hands with tli<
ildsst Us *t*TtsA to say sotuettJUi*
Interrupted aim snd said:
.iceOettcy will excuse nt��
DEATH OF CROW
lilt)
WORTH A mm.
���l
pir r,,ur
I ooido i>��ck Ui a moment, bat now
Hurt �� very Important m��tt��r to at
fed t*. ��D<' 1�� ruuit k* ���ttonded t0 *���'
turned to *t*��. Cleveland, the
ug ii** beautiful, the fnacinatina:
n tlm t^r my card, on the jrtick of
K-li I had written "He didn't," and
L'khJ l*tr to sten her name bel.i-w
Le words.
L Mid-   "He  did*!?     He  didn't
Ktr
lOh" ' MllJ' "nevi'r Mlnof Yit
���t stoji to discuss that now.   TTili
Irp'tit   Won't you .ilea** sifru yoin
L��/'   I handed Uer a fountain pen.
Iiviiy." i-hs Si,Id- "*' c;m'J<)t cwnmti
*.,-lf ln that way. Who is it thai
n't? Aud what Is It thnt be didn t.
foil" I auld, "time Is flying, flying
Won't you take me out ��t mj
Icwa nnd slpn   your  nume   to  It;
jell right   I give you my word IV*
IrigM."
looln*d   uonplused,   hut   besltit
and mtwtmulcaily  she took tt��
|.3(1 u!d'
fl will sign lt I will take the rfjfe
,., iu must toll trie all about ^ rLg>v
toward so that you can I* arrented
|i:v you jet out of the uous<�� In oa��
\f iurM he anything rrimina>
Jut this."
Ibea Bhs nisiied, and I handed aw
Clemens'  note,   which   was  e?ry
very ilmple and io the point.   Il
"Don't wear y+ur arctics in th/
lite House."   It made her shout, line"
|tny re>jn����st she Bummoned a luet
fT, and we sent that curd at one*
Iii,' mall on Its way to Mrs. f1eiui.JS
Bliirtford.- Mart Twaiu'a Antobtog
bv Lo Herts Amertotm Review.
���ho p*ll  u��u  <j��wtte snggests a
tip way of imfcc-mrdlng a letter���
.���ly. ^attir.* Insufflclent postage on
"The i<mtof Ice," Miys the Gazette
���r Use* a letter which  Is intuffl
b'.ly tta:nj*d."
fji' bod.v of George Pcnn. n I,rndor>
j fancier, was followed to tlie ^rnve
Hour fl.ie bull icn-lors.    They  wore
|k costs, on  �� hlch wer* tlie words
Vi'�� lettei     'Following our mo��
T resting plnce."
DM(   ; i bave no friends iu IiOt>
i iM -      lain  of ItH ;;re.it loneP
atW hn e B club nil to themselves
ration   La  called   th<
libit I ���   , club,    its object la t��
f   '    ���     ���   men  and  women wh/
lonely     a   vocullst   nnd   ?   play
Igh I        i] lied for membership
SHORT STORIES.
her 4,000,000 fnlee teett, ure mnno
V.ir��d ant . illy In tlie United State*
In oboIi day in the yonr there la aa
pae of I . nty-one aliens debane**
��� ' ���-:!��� tJi.aa> p,n-t of New York.
W U not mi uncomuion thluj for nun-
p of boIH surer to be taken out or
��lnot nt Cobalt, Out, weighing
lu irm to ivu iHiuuda.
f' �� comparatively recent rxciod.
H��|tailly ��tx��*kJng, all tliat p��rtlo��
ItV Cnltarl Ststoe soutli of tho BUck
|ll ��u andar frwn 500 to 900 fast 0��
Iter.
[*��� Womeafa Chrietlsn Tempemnot
lae^stiy ^ut to the captain .1
fCaaaacdctK 700 "comfort bags" fw
lauVn. -Hie bugs contala a Bible
ulai uuj tlirsad, comb aad fcrnah
: c��ny athar handy artlclaa.
-in John p. Woal c-f Provtoco
������'Hy cavhirsd a blue, shark sla
"��ir Im [,m loQg which had a ves
[* *���*' haop foitrtsajo luchas In dl
��rova4  lu body betwaaa the
��Q<'.  vMtral  flrva.  whers It bad
[�� hwli into th�� flaah of tha dona'
'������.  Qm   w��m4   was   half   war
|*N EXECUTION IN fNOIA.
Provincial Government Will
Be Asked to Tut Bounty
on Bothersome Birds.
Melon;,, B. C, Feb. 3.���Th,. members ol the Centra) Farmers' i��� utute
have decided that the crow i, more
of a nuisance than a benefactoi and
will ask the governmenl t0 place a
bounty of Ave cms a heal. Thi,
was one of blie chi() conclusions
reached al yesterday's session o the
Institute. There were not more than
two or three dissenting voices when
the resolution came to a vote In
the course of the debate II became
evident that In the Ok-nagaD and
other iuteii,,r fruit-growing districts
the crow nuisance had begun to make
Itself teit, That li be recommended
that the government announce a
close season of one yeai fo phe ,.-
ants, blue and willow gro b an I
quail was another resolution that was
passed,
The governmenl will also b asked
to appoint an advisory bo ird to confer with the road auperlntendenl in
the various provincial districts before
expending appropriations on wharves,
bridges, roads or other public works.
Messrs. Gabriel and Matheson were
responsible for a resolution proposing
thai steps be taken through the government for furnishing British Colum
bia's rural districts with the convenience of teiehponlc conn; unlcatlon.
It was suggested that where 1 was
impossible for a complete servlcr. to
be introduced immediately small joint
stock companies could be organized
to ]i,nee small systems In different
districts, the idea being that in the
course of time all these should bo
united.
A suircestion from Mr. French of
Sooke. that the provincial governme it
be approached to provide for the construction of wheat elevators at Vancouver for the encouragement o' the
shipment of Alberta wheat via the
Pacific cast met with a somewhat
cold reception. Th ��� proposal was
killed.
A motion was carried providing for
a three days' session of the institute
next year.
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W.tni)    OF    TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Hoard of Trade meets In the
beard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot each month;
quarterly meeting o.i the third
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemner, nt ���s p.m. Annual
meetings on tbe third Thursday of
February. Now members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly me^tinp. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
, Telephone 13. Office. Eighth ��t.
��� ��<>> a itmui eill(7 of Murder Vay
*> .-.:rmi   IM^apitatUn.
L ���*�� froni India to a Ormnn pa-
>P��>^ ihia account of the execution
"Jtambaj of ��� man who had been
���mllty of tlvo murder of hkt
1 in-law: The quwitlou as to
r the culprit should be executed
: to prison for rife was, aa Is tUa
i Kulnulttad to the family of the
���fl mat for dartslon. AH. i��
' Hit wife mt the murdered, ������*���
J? 6"�����.. Wh�� the place of tit
/**��� wi reach*! VtLt> condemned
P*"**. and ttia ropaa which were
^**' to him were handad over to
^���Jw-urioner', assistant*. The os��
^ntaW the tMck ropa took a few
tojoaa the kneellnf man and tbe
J^�� ��lood at cither side. Then
���"^uHoaer, armed with a raaor
p   h����Ty   knife,   advanced   and
��� t*Zl Wnd rvtm> 'w,��<, ���nthorlaas
Jr*ytoaf and tha chief of police
Tf*3'  T1*  taw/    The  questloB
u??1 aoa ��awwe��red three rlmea,
n�� ann^yi man advanced, alowlj
raj tke mighty blade. As tha
"ewvll** WM hc,rd "^ ����slBtnnt
' ��u?y thnMt ��� needle point into
. lir*!* m*n'' back and be mad*
IN. ThT7 motton ^ward with his
L \J, thr*�� ropee were pulled
r^ost lflr ,h* nwk "tended to tha
hlr��� .1*tb* Mme inirtant the knife
Ln through the air and the to
mi"lerer rolled In the Band."
Estimates Given.
Phone 567.
j. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
���H4 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER H r
School Books
and
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
ft.
tN.     bo
I"
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C
*2
^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::!.".
a.m.;   Agassi/, local at 5:^,", p.m,
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. U. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Servxe.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria Loaves Vau-
louver li p.m., going direct to Seal-
In   daily  except   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer l��aves Vancouver J
.in., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Vau
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
BankofToronto
GENERAL
S.S. Trader will leave victoria for
New  Westminster ewry Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster oa \\ cd
nesday,
WHEN GOING EAST
4SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains   Every  liay iu  the   Vcai
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
I'HE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
Embodies the newest ami ..est idea-
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY, it is lighted with both
���lectricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
���qulpment consist^ of private compartment cars, standard l*i section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
���;hair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smott-
IBS l-aI-
For  Time   Tables.  Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, S��*ttle. Wash.
"The Milwaukee"!
'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limited"
Kansas City  to Chicago.
No train.- iu the service on any
railroad in tlie world '.hat equal lu
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee ii St. Paul Railway. They
,wn and operate their own Bleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons nn excellence of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Aldnr. Po-'laud. Or.
Railway Time Tables
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
acll   month   for   Quatslno   and     way
ports;   twentieth   of   each   month   tor
Ahcuset,   Quaisino,   Cape     Scott   and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, ox
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,
une 25 and July 9.
Princess    May    leaves
une IS ami July 2.
ives   Vancouver
Vancouver
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
j  Banking Business
The Bank of Toronto with
more than 50 years of experience of successful banking
business In Canada offers to
merchants, manufacturers and
other business men an unexcelled banking service.
Interest paid on Savings Accounts.
Current Accounts opened on
favorable terms.
Letters Of Credit Issued for
travellers  and   Importers.
Drafts and Money Orders
sold.
Loans made to responsible
people.
Head Office,  Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
c.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE..
SS.   Que-en   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.
Beaver.
From
New   W
estminster
.Monday,
vWdnc's
lay and
Friday at  S
a.m.
From
Chilli wa<
k Tuesday,
Thur
-dav
.ml Sat
lrday at
7 a.m.
For   reservations    an I    information
call  or  address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
[ ��� Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  Victoria
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED Lt>L7.
CAPITAL a)H,400,000.U0
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, und Iu London, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
C. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
lers of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
*'Orld.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums ot tl and upward,
���md Interest allowed at 3 p.-r cent, per
annum (.present rate).
.'urn'   ftrisets  ov��r $168,000,000.00.
wE\r WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Q  D. RRYMN'Elf   Manager
is delightfully re-
or toilet. For wash-
ilics.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:60, 6:50, 7:20 and ��.\n'
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 snd
8:00 a.m., and sveiy half hour thereafter until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New West-
mlnster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., ana
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Oars leave New Westminster for Vau
couver at ?.:0G a.m,, t*i every lia."
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. !>*��'
car 11 :'M) p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
*V.
.ra.
Lv.
.m.
Lv.
p.m.
Lv.
.m.
Lv.
p.m.
Lv.
p.m.
Lv.
a.m.
Lv.
p.m.
Great Northern Railway.
N.W. 8:50 a.m.; ar. Seattle 3:35
N. W. 11 a.m.; ar. Seattle 3:66
N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle ��:4o
N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:65
Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:80
Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. ��:I0
Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. ��:����
Q. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westmiaster oa Tnea-
day at 10 a.m., returae at ( p.m. to
city. Leavea Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leavea
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. en
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, ani
6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives at Port
|Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
i   Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each weefc
iday;   arrlvws  8:50  a.m.
I    Leaves N. W.  3:50 p.m. dally e*
cept Sunday;   ar. Guichon at 7 P-m.
I
TRUNKS,
VALISES,
SUIT CASES
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with brass corners. Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to $13.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
-WJ
Columbia Street
NEWIWESTMINSTER f   PAGE EIGHT.
i  i , ."
THE D\iLY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 4.
1910.
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���
���
Tho name STARRBTT is
known lo all mechanics,
and ST ARRET! 'STOOLS
Bpi ak     for    themselves.
Wo have now a full stock.
Ser   the   display   in   our
window.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
City News
hifflce 'Phone  18&.      jvirn  'Phone 13/
Columbia Sti.   ~
Baggage   di llvered    pr<      itly   to
any     art of the c   -
Light ana Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   C-uPOT
COLUMBIA STRE.ET.
������������������������������������������������������������������>������������
:����� i\
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��� urn ���       , ��� ��>
I
I    ' I
f To Contractors: :
I ���
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STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Miss Wiles arrived yesterday from
the east to commence her duties as
head trimmer in w. S. Collister's
mlhlnery department
Walgamutt's orchestra In attendance at  Tlie  Itoy.il   Cafe
Rev. J. S. Henderson will go to
Vancouver todaj to see wlia can 1"'
done In connection wit. bavin; a
man come over from Vancouver to
assist the organization of a Y. SI. C.
A.  In  this city.
For flr��t-class cut  flowers aad any
1 kind of Floral work, telephone Davie
|Greenhouse. R208
Mrs. A. II. Ferguson, a pasi gi :
of Rebekah lodge No. 5, I. 0. O. I-'..
was presnted with a hand-painted
salad bowl at yesterday evening's
meeting of the lodge, in recognition
of work she has clone for the lodge.
Eight candidates were initiated Into
the mysteries of the ��rd -.��� a th ���
same  meetin".
Dance at 1
February
Refreshment:
��� Eaglet' hall on Frida: .
K\ i r\ bo ly    welcome.
icrvi I. ***
���
o
o
Plumbing and
Tinsmithtng.
t
Ring up
281
���������������������������<&*>������*������������������������������������
We Give Carefcl Attention
to accounts of corporations, finis and
Individuals, and shi ' 1. ��� pleas . to
meet or corresi ond wlt'i those who
contemplate making changes or 0] en-
ing new accounts.
If you  haven't  a Savings  Account.
NOW Is the best, time to start one.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid-Up        $5,000,000
Reserve     5,700,000
Total  Assets      70,000,000
New  Westminster,  B.   C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE.   Manager.
Westminster Modern
Busings School
V itli a knowledge ot the latest
Ime'bods this school is prepared to
i lead the students placed in its care
, by the shortest road tnrough the
I most, thorough course to a desirable
goal���SYSTEM its watchword; PRO-
GRESS its goal and HONOR its trade
j mark.
We   give   you   the   latest   business
| methods and assist you to get a situation  when  you graduate.    Come and
talk it over.
Devotees ol Ter [chore will be
many in tliis district tonight, no less
than four dances being scheduled, tbe
most Important being the Provincial
Asylum Employees annual dance. The
light fantastic will also be tripped
at St. George's hall, Kaglcs hall and
the Municipal hall, Burnaby.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc.. try the New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street ""
Tbe entrance to the Office of W.
Webster, mechanical expert, Is on
Sixth street. Take the main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to tbe left. Dion in an I
see tbe secret of the monorial.      **i
About, sixty members of Beulab
Rebekah lodge No. 5, I, O. O. F., were
entertained on Wednesday evening
by Mrs. A. TI. Ferguson, the evening
being spent pleasantly in card games
and music. First prizes in a whist
tournament were won by Mrs I
Insley and Dan Cameron. Miss
won the prize in a flower c   it  st.
Call  at  The Royal  C
dinner or after theatri
tunc
A.   L.   ECUCK,   Principal.
610   Columbia St.
W. E. Fales offers you a beautifu. |
'; sideboard for $20, or a chiffonier for ,
$12.   We beat any sale going on.   *"*
I
Eighteen employees of the West' rn
I Union Telegraph company, under
Foreman Lincoln, aro in the city laying a new copper wire between Vic-
! toria, New Westminster. Vancouver
and Seattle. The new wire is for tlie
use of brokers in Vancouver and Victoria.
The long-expected steamer Sandown
: lias at last arrived. She came In at
j high tide yesterday morning anil will
.load a cargo of lumb r for Australia
J at tlie Fraser River mills. Tne Ca-
tnadian-Mexican liner Georgia went
lout yesterday with a cargo of lumber
from  the Brunette mills.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phono RL'U8, Davies' Greenhouse. **
The deatli occurred at St.. Mary's
hospital last night of Lewis Clifford
Ackerman. aged nineteen years. He
is a son of Asa Ackerman. customs
collector of Huntingdon, and leaves,
besides his father and mother, two
sisters and a number of cousins to
mourn his loss. Deceased bad been
a sufferer from rheumatism for years.
Death was due to septic arthrites.
The body will be taken to Sumas tr>
day for Interment.
LIST   YOUR PROPERTY   WITH
E. J. FADER
FOR QUICK   SALES
We have for sale City and Suburban Properties,
Farming Lanps and Water Frontage,
Timber Lands.
Telephone 295
BIG IMPROVEMENTS AT
JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE STORE
Extensive alterations are being
contemplated by Johnston's Bis: Shoe
House. It is the Intention of the firm
to construct a basement fitted up ln
tbe most modern manner, to be used
for offices.
Manager W, B. Johnston states that
although the plans for th . new rooms
have scarcely been completed h , has
j had several offers from parties wishing to rent them.    The entrance will
i be  by  marble  staircase  from  Columbia   street.
Tbe plans have been prepared by
Gardiner it- Gardiner, and the contract awarded to M. Hoy. who will
start work In a few days. The firm
also proposes to have the interior of
the store entirely remodelled an I a
new store front put In.
NOTICE.
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� s,
EIGHTH STREET
t
Three lots corner of Eighth and
London Streets for
$1,000
Half Cash
i
W.    S.    ROSE  JiJei^JiantsMBank^B^^
TELEPHONE 334.
����������������������������������������������������������>������������������<
! ', I tj
r
Notice Is hereby  given that "Aber-
nethy  &  Lougheed,  Limited." having
applied to His Excellency the Governor-General in Council for the approval of a certain site for the construction of   certain booms   and booming
grounds  In  the  Fraser  river,  in  the
district  of    New   Westminster,  province of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister
of Public Works at Ottawa, plans of
said booms and booming grounds, to-
| gether with a description of the site
�� thereof, and have also deposited a du-
I plicate  of each  In  the  ofiice of  the
- Registrar of Deeds for the District of
I New Westminster,    in which district.
i said works   are   proposed to be constructed, ln accordance  with the  re-
' qulrements of Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters Protection Act," chapter 115, Revised Statutes of Canada,
11906.
j        WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,
' Solicitors for the applicants.
>1
mm&mMrZmi
75c
Shirr  Ruffle Bust Forms
Made like a Corset Cover, with frills which can be drawn out ready to launder; a great aid to !V
perfect figure and perfect fit of any gown; all sizes.   Each $1-50
Less than cost, to clear at
$3.50 each
It is not a question of cost when we consider
the advisability of clearing out these few odd skirts
and coats. Their room is needed and we cannot
afford to have them around all summer.    Our low
Prices for this Special Clearance Sale
will   find   ready buyers who are on the alert   for j
worthy bargains.   All new goods in popular every-
day styles. j
Odd Skirts, each $3.50
REGULAR $6.50 TO $8.75.
Another wonderfully attractive offering���most opportune.    Skirts are new lines, priced low becatu
the range of sizes is broken.    Our Spring Skirts will be needing the space occupied  by thesi-  lagga :���
Avail yourse.f of the Friday and Saturday snaps in Skirts that can  not  fail   to  be  acceptable  ai   !.
price.    Each ,.   $3.��
Children's Coats, each $3.50
REGULAR  $5.75 TO $7.50.
A Coat bought now at this price Is one of the best buys or the   season.     Materials  used  ln  their
makeup are mostly Dark  Tweeds, in Grey, Green, Navy, Brown and mixed effects.    Velvet collars :inJ
cuffs add a dressy appearance to a number of popular styles, others are  trimmed  with strapping and
buttons.    All new styles, complete range of sizes.   To be cleared  at, each $3.50
Welcome News About New Spring Wash Goods
New Prints, Anderson Ginghams, Zephyrs, Batistes, Foulards, Ducks, Drills, etc., in coloring and
designs that denote a complete change. The first showing is but an inkling of what may be expected
in our well known Wash Goods Section. We will take pleasure in being allowed to show you tho new
fabrics in all their freshens and beauty.    ON DISPLAY TODAY.
New Spring Models in  Corsets
Crompton's Corsets, In a complete range of sizes; new style features are prominent, adaptations of
imported designs are worked out with propert conception of the needs of the well dressed Canadian
woman. The manufacturers of Crompton's "A La GRACE CORSETS" know well when to make de'
sirable changes In their popular production. Visit the Corset Section now, when th0 stock Is complete.
Prices range per pair from     $1.00 to $6-50
White Cambric Night Dresses 90c. to #3.50 each
Made in popular slipover style, with dainty yokes of embroidery and lace, finished With Bilk lih'
bon drawstring; others with yokes of fine tucking and embroidery, made in the button-front Btyle,
each i        90c to $3.50
White Cambric Corset  Covers 95c. each
A special Corset Cover, made of All-Over Embroidery, with Pretty ribbon drawstring, made witli
well fitting peplune, all fuL sizes, each  95c
New Style Corset Covers 75c. each
Made with  fine embroidered front; buttons underarm, which  allows   no   buttons   to   show   m
fine lingerie waists;  all sizes.    Each 	

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