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 G=IRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628  COLUMBIA   STREET.
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ASSURANCE
T��, SHILES i, CO.
Columbia  St.    Phone 85.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MOND   AY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1910.
j|fDOUBTS TALES
Of BIG COAL FINDS
lV. Mcintosh Back From
���q q Charlotte Islands
.-Progress is Being Made.
bcoveii
.   Queeu
IerelJ I
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I
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Inuatl
tin- r
UANCIIbKS FORCED TO
FLEE FOR THEIR LIVEls
Western Jifferson County  Suffers By
Storm and Flood���Ten-Year-Old
Girl   Drowns.
; of the lil" BtorleB about.
ol vast deposits of coal In
Charlotte    Islands    are
rU( ,s work is the opini m of
ice J. W. Mcintosh, who
iUSi returned from a visit to Gra-
K, island   the largest oi tne Queen
ip.   lie says tnat there
'; dlj  good Indications of
. brings bae.i several sam-
��� real stuff, but Mr,  Mer-
Qouductlng boring opera-
i���;, I la tin- only man lu a
. gj te    oui   authentic    In-
as yet, not made pub-
. mC , suit of his Investigation.
j Intosh has properly iu the
. .   Masset,  on   Mass -t   Inlet,
coast of the Isiand, and
Vas tin re that he    spent most of
visit,    li,   travelled from Vaneou-
y to i'i-      Rupert on the   steamer
;.���     . . and from the G. T. P. city
Massi   - d the little steamer Hen-
Iette    I ��� ini   all the time that he
weather was fine, with
except! m  of a coupie    o.  days'
{,!:. i -.. ��� thet at Prince Rupert
ti ���. ��� "i able.
Timber   Scarce   on   Limits.
j.-, i   tor  a  distance of
miles,   there  Is  a
tret- ��� l md Bultable for furm-
ig, ami a feral settlers are there al-
sady.   i     Umber of the island very
in Iniand tor more than
��-o mlli I it long stretchi s there
: lp ni  woods along
gn .ii   drawback  to
: the country is the
��� rft ont N all part of
i.... ii or other, although
��� limits, the   chief says,
j��� i uough  timber  to
viki a I
Masset is Flourishing.
1,���. ii, iti  of Masset, which
U - d, is a fiotir.
i.. Ing and saw
.  hotel.    The
Is a Mlsa Pe k. from
Of  John Peek.
tthis I     - - ��� -unity also has
M f says that the
. is : king   in  soeiul  life, as
! Wn a, dam es and pSTtil s
Brcnlscd        eighteen    or    twenty
and    numerous    men,
IWli there.
J The Indlai   town of Massel  a fpw
(lite from till    white    settlement  of
' sanif : is a most interesting
ilace.  It h . a population of over
.... hundn d    and   many   of   the   In-
lian�� -ii-f v., 11   ��� do, ha, Ing pianos in
aelr nouses  having    been educated,
Jomi at   Victoria  and some
ItaCath      mission on the coast.
Lnck of  "loads.
One gn it drawback to the country
; ��� i the absence oi roads.
flei ovei   LOO  sett era i.i  the
Icinity ol  Masset Inlet, and as they
I voted ;    present government,
rV- thl      i    .-   they   are  entitled  to
"ttle -i  the  government surplus
full,, waj ol mads.
* lew thousand spent in the con-
Jpaction of highways would work a
Bwvtii,,, change ln the country.
Bom, ol thi best of the land is low
J'lns and ii will take some money
��'���'��� ��� it and the people there also
FJW governmeni  aid for this.
the creeks are dammed up
I,, '; mom by fallen trees and are
PMInc the inland country. The In-
�����r land is much the same as that
���L"M1 Island, in some places it la
IF""p|l wltl moss and this whl have
, 7 removed before the soil Is any
P04 'or agriculture.
Wild Cattle In Interior.
If'11'    '    I  I   Mcintosh  wns at  Mas-
i  "" f   mers in the vicinitj form-
gwiorganization lomewhat after the
��� -J' 0|   '  board of trade, and  this
��y will present  the views or the
II, "''���  I -  the  government    The
|an,, ,"''"' :-   thai   tnyrliids of dueks
|t|,,   ',' '   flourish on the coasts of
miiri ,'        As il" Indioation ol the
Kv w',rtP ",  U'�� 0llmat9' thwe ftre
Etetlor      C ro|i"iln�� around the
'"" company has reeont-
t���, ' operations there, claiming
boRt hi-, lsllu"1 Ci,n be founi the
|5���� '^'t banks la the world. Old-
" the l i. tno berring in some
Of as ft ra Rrp fts Plentiful and
talnjo       a <|,lilllt>' M those of Na-
trip iln,t       1s w^'l Pleased with hi-
Port Townsend, Jan. 3d.���Kepoits
from western JefferBon n ceived here
tonight by Sheriff Mclnnis state that
the recent floods along tbe Ho.i,
Queeta and Clearwater rivers .eft
death .and desolation lu their wake.
A number of ranchers living along
the hanks of those rivers war- tore d
to flee from their homes to the high
lands to save their lives. The 10-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Streater Is report-,-; m have
been   drowned.
Roads and trails wi-r(. washed out,
and nearly till settlers Buffered considerable loss of property and also
stock.
Th,. floods were the severest since
the settlement of these sections.
ITALIAN CONSUL MISSING,
$2000 ALSO DISAPPEARS
Chicago,   Jan.   30.���Plstro   Isnardl,
Italian consular agent at Kansas City,
Mo., lias disappeared, according to a
statement made here today by Guido
Sabetta, Italian consul. Mr. Sabetta
said that he feared Isnardl had become mentally unbalanced because- of
persecution hy a certain dement of
thc Kansas City Italians. About $200 -
is involved in the disappearance, but
Mr. Sabetta said Isnardi's accounts
with his government and with the
Amerl" :i Cypress company, of which
he w      ugent, are square.
WATERS Of SEINE
SLOWLY FAILING
a,
���"to j. m
DOUGLAS ISLAND SOLD
TO LOCAL SYNDICATE
J. H. Vidal Disposes of Valuable Property at Enormous Profit of $29,600.
A real estate deal which shows in
a remarkable degree the enormous
rise in valui a In th'- vicinity of New
Westminster was pul through on
Saturday, when .1. 11. Vida. sold Doug.
las island to a syndicate ot local men.
The price paid was $30,000. Mr. Vidal bought the Island at a 1ix sal.
about seven years ago for (400.
Douglas is.and Is al the J1"1 ton
of the Pitt and the Fraser, about ten
miles above New Westminster.    The
purchasers' names    have   no)    l o
mad,, public and nothing definite is
known as to the purpose for which
they bought the property, but it is
understood thai they will take immediate steps t i have li dyked and
drained.
The Island contains 43G acres, 150
acres of which are prairie land and
the rest Is more or less heavily timbered. The price figures out s.ightly
less than $70 per acre.
RAILWAY IS SENDING
NJURtD JAPS HOME
J
IVE CENTS PKlt COPY.
Victims of G. N. R. Wreck
at Kirby Creek Soon to
Leave for Japan.
DistressContinuesin Stricken
Town-Victims of Flood
Fed by Thousands.
JAP   CHEQUE   ARTIST
CAUGHT IN  NANAIMO
Nanaimo, Jan. 30.���The Nanaimo
city and provincial police mad,- an im-
portant capture last night whi ���-. they
arrested a Japanese who gav ��� his
name at the police office as S. Selmo,
who Is wanted in Vancouver, Victoria
and other coasl cities for forgery nnd
passing of worthless cheques. Sel-
rao's system of doing business is to
give an order for some merchandise,
and in payment therefor to give a $50
cheque, securing $"0 or $-10 In change,
leaving the goods he has purchased
in the store to be called for. But he
does not come back.
TACOMA  TO   HAVE   SCHOOL
FOR   BACKWARD  CHILDREN
Four of the victims o: the Great
Northern wreck at Kirby creek on
Novejmber 28 will leave shortly for
their1 homes in Japan to complete
their! convalescence. Yonada, who
had llis back broken, may never recover, but the others arc expected to
CO mi around all right, although T.
1 lornlgoslii may lose the sight of his
left   eye.
Ycshlnugo, who had his jaw
broken in five places and is still unable to speak, and Hornlgoshi w-i.i
leave In about a week, while Meirau,
who has something wrong with his
hip, and Yonada will probably remain
at the Royal Columbian hospital for
another  month.
The expense- of the Injured, all
the way to their homes, wlh be borne
by the Givai Northern Railway company; which has paid th,. expenses of
all the men In the hosplta. ever since
the wreck. Of the ten victims wh i
were sent to the hospital the day of
the accident, none have sja far left
the institution.
One man. Kamada, who lvi h's
skull fractured, is giving the doctors
some uneasiness on account of symptoms of a slight weakening of th i
brain, but all the others are progressing favorably. They have been
well treated ai the hospital, and seem
to want to stay there until they can
all  it ave  together.
opera iwsBaeii.s^dKfciTj suggest &
UNDER NEW MAMEMtM ^ ^ ^ #|T
Harry   Tidy,   Who   Takes   Charge   Tomorrow, Has B'.en Connected
With House Five Years.
The management oi the Westminster Opera House will be taken over
tomorrow by Harry Tidy, who has
been associated with the house for
the past live years. l''o.- several
months lie has been looking after the
"front," as the box ofiice Is called In
theatrical  pananee.    Mr.  Tidy,  who
Ingenious, but Hardly Feasible, Scheme of Government Proposed.
London, Jan. 30.���With Premier Asquith on thv- continent and Chancellor
| Lloyd-George   closely   following   him,
i the   politicians   are   all    renting   on
has'lusTpassed"his twentieth 'birth" \^, ;inn,s- discussing what lines of
day, succeeds \Y. N. Carty. who has j batt'e will be taken up i.i the new-
been manager for tbe past two years,    partament       1 lie   mora,    general!*
The opera house is owned ^ the drawn from the election Is thai the
B. C. Permanent Loan company, but country does not wan. radica.
tbe bookings are controlled by the changee \r the house of lords o.- to
Northwest Theatrical association, of t,u' ^eminent policy. Th��� spiru o
which John fort, of Seattle. U man- conciliation, therefore, Is abroad, and
aKVr schemes tor a compromise are being
Louis James, as Cardinal  Wolseley ' debated.
in Henry the Eighth, will be the first ! Join* Cabinet Suggested,
big show here under Harry Tidy's ! The Conservative papers propose
management, but theie will le a ' the most interesting plan, that a j >int
stock company playing ln  th0 house   cabinet be chosen from the most mod-
COST  OF   LIVING
HUNDRED  YEARS  AGO
for a week, commencing February 7
producing a different play each evening.
BAGGAGEMAN  PLEADS  GUILTY
TO  ROBBING   MAILS  ON) U.  P.
Paris. Jan. 30.���While the most Imminent peril is over, the fall of tha
Seine sine- yesterday morning lias
only measured fifteen and one-half
Inches. At this rate lt would require
a fortnight for tbe river to Kach i'-;
normal state. Fortunately, tidings
from the Hooded sections above Paris
gi\\. hope of a more rapid subsidence
after tomorrow.
Ravages Continue.
in the meantime the BituaUon in
Paris and In man) places throughout
the country shows UtUe improvement,
Indeed, the ravages of the flood 1"
the c'ty seemed actually to increase
today. Tlie water was higher in soine
of the streets, while the situation at
the Inundated towns between Paris
and St. Germain was distinctly
graver.
A stream of water twelve feet deep
was rushing through VUllercs and
Colombee, making the work of rescue
more difficult even than it was yesterday.
Rescued   From   Roofs.
Several of the houses collapsed and
many persons were taken off the
roofs of their homes, where they had
been clinging for days.
Hunger  Victims  Stay  Home.
Hundreds are reported without fool
Or shelter, and all day an army of
troops and civilians worked in the
flooded territory, distributing provisions by boats to the thousands of
victims who refused to quil their
homes.
Streets Are No Longer Navigable.
Late tonight the fall of the Seine has
a very noticeale effect ln several of
the strvets which are no longer navigable. On the other band the rising
of the water In the sewers continue.
Tacoma, Jan. 20.���A school for the
education  of  d- Helen!   children    will
probably   be   established   a-;   au   adjunct   of   the   public   sc'iool    system
here.    Superintendent  of Schools A.
u.   Yoder  estimates   that   there   are
twenty-five  of   such   children   ln  Ta-
Icoma,   and   at   present   there   I3   no
! place for them.   He declares thy children   are  so  mentally   deficient   that
j they can not go into the Classes with
lo'Vpr children, and at the aam<  time
[they are by no means candidates for
the state school for defective youth.
New York, Jan. 30.���..\n interesting
comparison between curr< nt prices
���ind those of nearly a hundred years
ago was unearthed today from the ol 1
ledgi r of a general merchant for
1817. In those days eggs sold regularly for one cent each with but
slight appreciation in price for the
winter months. Chickens were eight
cents a pound dressed, as against
thirty now. Veal broughl five cents
a pound. New England turn was a
frequently recurring item.
Here  is   one   entry  for   Jonathan
Harvey:
"April    8,   one   pint   rum    eleven
cen'..    April   10    three    pints    rum,
[thirty-three cents; April 11, one quart
rum, 22 cents."
VISIT ARCTIC TOR
PICTURES
FRENCH-CANADIANS
Will SWAY FLECTION
THRFF BROTHERS CHARGED
WITH MURDER OF DREED
Big   Interest   Centres     in     Mayoralty
Contest, Two Strong Men Being
In  the   Running.
New-
Armenians Starving.
York.  Jan.   SQ.���Eighty   thou-
|��l>nnMit
xpecta to see grout dovol-
���m .,-: th��� lBltmd ,n thfl noxt foW
fttUGEEa saVthat
CENSORS SUPPRESS
j>ndon, Jan. 80.~Tha�� th* full
cm*, ?,''"' devastation and suffering
g" ,,''' tl,,, French floods is being
ot ' h suppressed and censored out
%,,���".     "is by  the French  govern-
IMrIim ,l10 K,lllT'nir'nt nrade here tf>-
Kwtai    rof"ROOS arriving from the
Itcfl' ! ' :',f 'ins not been told," these
l...M     dPClare,    "The French  8T0V-
docs not  care to scare  the
'���nt
Stlallv '   ,,n'Tis,R whoso millions an-
fnr
Of  ti
I   ',
thiit
ParTa the"Sty it' Is. and
Is
I He"" rpnBon tne true situation -
l*or|(li'""'"r",->' kfT>t from the outsldi
sand Armenian Christians are facing
1 starvation in Clcl.la, according to an
appeal   just  issued   by   Bishop  David
11.  Greer, in  behalf of  the Armenian
I Relief association.
CANADIAN IRISH-CATHOLICS
RAISE FUNDS FOR REDMOND
St. John, Jan. BO.-At a meeting
of Irish Catholics today a fundJ��
aid the Irish parliamentary P;��f> W1*
Btarted  and   ��^"%g^&
call Upon people in tne <-"���>
between now and  Marcii.
At today's meeting the sum of 1-81
was subscribed. 	
Hindus and Japs Fight.
t ��� on__fleevra] litt edlf-
SlcamouB, Jan. 30.���Bet vnu u
ferenccs have occurred 1* the ��'lw
ml. A "is lately between Japa
Si ..Indus employed Uwj. and ���
more than one occasb , empha��^o
their opinions with km Dl^ d
of   the   little   brown   men   < W1
Editions   with  a wmw  1      ��     |o
wounded  man wa�� Wjn^ ^
Kamloops,  naa nw w�� nlR
nnd  laid an  information  again
tormentors.
Montreal, Jan. 30.���Ono of the most
exciting municipal election contests
witnessed in Montreal for years
draws to a close on Tuesday, when
the electors will decide upon their
choice.
The chief Interest centers In the
mayoralty, for which tht. contest la
between Dr. Citieriu, the candidate Of
the Cltl/.ens association, and Senator
Casgrain, who is running as an independent candidate. Through the representatives of the Citizens association express thotuso.ves as confident
of Dr. Guerln's election, the result Is
doubtful. It will all depend on how
the French-Canadian vote will go.
COURT GIVES VANCOUVER
DEAD   MAN'S   ISLAND   RIGHT
Accused   Held   Under Clos..   Guard  at
Mission   City���Have   Unsavory
Reputations.
Vancouver, Jan. 20.���The city of
Vancouver was yesterday confirmed
In its ownership Of Dead Man's Island,
which the supreme court decided was
a part of Stanley park, given to the
city by the Dominion government in
1887. The legal dispute, in which
judgment was handed down yesterday, has been In the courts for live
years. The Island lies ln the harbor
opposite the Canadian Pacific wharf.
Comparatively worthless when given
by the government to the city ,it has
Increased in value until now, as a
wharf and Industrial site, lt is worth
several million dollars.
Major Macaulay is Dead.
Toronto, Jan. 30.���The late Major
W. H. T. Macau .ay, M. A., died today
at 10 Classic avenue, Toronto, after
an Illness of some months from
rheumatism. He was a son of Hev.
R. S. Macaulay, of F.dinburg university.
Mr. Macaulay was a well known
figure In Montreal, bavin'.' been a
member of the Fusiliers of tint city
for a number of years. He was president of thn M. A. A. A. at the time of
the building of tho present home of
the association. He was also master
of classic" in Montreal High School
for a number of years.
Police Find Many Documents.
St. Petersburg. .Tan. 30.���The police todnv searched tho Sf Petesr-
burg apartment of Colonel Manulloff, I
former chief of the Russian secret police ln Parte. They confiscated a
targe  number of documents.
Three brothers���Harry, Smile and
Edward Wilcox���are under arrest at
Mission, charged with the murder of
Harry Garner, a half breed, who was
beaten to death with a boat oar near
Nicoinen Island late Thursday night.
A jury was empanelled on Saturady
to inquire into the cause of death,
but did not render a verdict. The in-
(|iiest will be resumed today, and In
the meantime Provincial Constables
Lane, of Mission, and Campbell, of
Vancouver, will have three Wilcox
brothers   under  close  guard.
It. is rumerod here that the light
which ended in the death of Harry
Garner was the result of a quarrel
over some land which had once belonged to the Wilcox brothers, but on
which Garner had been living. The
Wilcox brothers have a bad reputation.    Ail  the  three  men  now  under
arrest have appeared at different
times ln the local police court on
charges of more or less seriousness.
Another brother Is at present serving
a term In the penitentiary for robbery
with violence.
I erate men of both parties to carry on
the governmenl for about two years.
land that a truce be declared On party
questions in the meantime.    \ roya
commission  to  investigate  th..  cotui-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    try's fiscal policy and to ma I recom-
������ 1 mendations regarding tariff reform is
Cheynne, Wyo., Jan. 30.���Can L. also proposed.
Olson, baggageman on the Onion Pa- The newspaper scheme of coalition
cilic. today pleaded guilty before Com. government is not taken seriously by
mlssloner Gill to robbing the mails, the Liberals, who. having won a vic-
Olson is one of four railroad em- tory���even if it Is a very narrow one
ployees arrested yesterday on charges ���object to having their opponents
of complicity in a long series of mail, dictate the program. Lord Roseber-
baggage and express robberies near ry's name is put forward for the pre-
here. miership In  the compromise cabinet,
but Roseberry has a long time refused office, and his- popularity now
is at a low mark because of his
course on  the budget  issues.
Reform  of   Lords  Assured.
Tin1   reform  of  the  house  of  lords
seems to be the one thai is assured.
B"tli   i>ai ties   support   it   n"\v.     The
 . I Conservatives   and   the   lords   themselves are willing to adopt moderate
Explorer Braves Polar Perils changes   immediately,   lest   reforms
which   would   knock   the   foundations
With Camera Experts and fn,m,,h0:1V!'vr ,1"" ]T '':n,Ti,,<!- T1",
1 result is likely to be the abolition of
01-,,-.,,, Mfln the hereditary principle and no longer
onuvv  lUtu. Bhal] (hl> 8econd and BUCCeedlng gen-
  orations be given a vol-  except those
'who shall prove their fitness to legis-
Ottawa. Jan. 30.���Another Canadian   late by service In the housv of com-
expedition, apart from that to be led   mons, in civil office or In the army or
by Captain Bernler, is to Invade the  navy.
Arctic regions, lu the coming spring | Tho Conservatives are Willing tbat
IB. Chesterfield, ot Mentrael, will lead the lords shall b- oepii-vad of tfct
a small band of moving picture men power to bold up taxation Mi's, pro-
to the far north, the expedition being vtded nothing which could b. con-
financed by an American concet . Bldered new legislation shall b- In-
Mr. Chesterfield, who has spent thir- eluded In those bills,
teen years In the northernmost post The Liberals wain to deprive the
of the Hudson Hay company, baa con- house of lords of the power to veto
pleted arrangements for the trip with any bid whatflover. They would com-
Otto Selig. head of the combined pel the lords to adopt any bill sent to
moving picture concerns of the Unit d them for the third tinja by the housn
gtatea iof commons, which, while fflaJOflg the
" That the former Hudson Flay factor house of commons consider a rejeotol
Will be able to provide exciting Bltua- bill carefully, would give that body
tlons there can he no doubt, and mov- the power to pas- in one sessior any
Ing pictureB Will be taken of Eskimo legislation on which It had deter-
llfe and customs, and of wild northern  mined.
animals in  their native  state.    1    Is j Whisky Taxes May Go.
understood that the Arctic expedition i it Is taken for granted that thc
Is only one of several thai have|houae of lords will pass the budget,
started out to thi- dark corners of the but the cabinet may be obliged to
earth with the same general object In erase the whisky taxes In order to
view. 1 get the votes of the Irish member*.
���  Reyond the reform of the house of
SOUTH AMERICAN FAUNA fiorda nnd  the passage of the budget,
TO BE STUDIED BY BOTANISTS   parliament   is   not   likely   to   get   far
  Iwith  anything.     The Irish  member*
Geneva, Jan. 80.���An exhaustive |probably will obtain the introduction
Btudy of the fauna and flora Of South of B home rule measure, but the Con-
Mne'rlea will be made bv the Swiss servntlves will oppo?-> thai solidly,
government The expedition Will he and a number of Liberals are pledged
umb r the leadership of Dr. Fuhr- , against home rule also,
matin.  Neuchatel, and Dr.  K. Mayor. 1 Probable Cabinet Chang' s.
an expert in medicine and botany of Several cabinet changes ane probo-
the same university. The explorers
will leave Switzerland tor South
America on July 1. 1910. The expo
dltlon will lasl n year, it la Stated
thai several English and American
men of sclenc���> Intend to Join th!
���expedition at their own expense, nnd
their offers have already been accepted.
AVIATORS IN SUIT OVER
LIBERAL IS RETURNED IN
BY ELECTION AT OTTAWA
reach
Ottawa,  Jan.   30.���The    by-election legd   to  be  an  Infringement   ou   the
In Ottawa, necessitated by Sir Wilfrid Patents of the plaintiffs was adjourned
Laurler's decision  to sit for Quebec yesterday   until   Paulhan   can    '���
Fast,   resulted   yesterday   in   th0   re- thte city from the west.
turn of Mr. Allard, the Liberal  candidate, bis majority over Dr. Chabot,
b'ie   when   the   new   government.    Is
formed.   Reginald CdbKenna, who has
been   unpopular  as   first   lord  of  Hie
admiralty,  will  he dropped,    lie may
be given a peerage,   Richard Burton"
Haldane, secretary of sta'    for war,
may  become  head  of the navy.    John
Hums, president of the local government board, will probably succeed
Herbert J. Gladstone ns home Secretary, Winston Spencer OhttrcMH
FLYING MACHINE PATENT   fake-:   the   place    vacated    by   John
  Burns,  and  they  win  each  receive
New York, Jan. .lib���The Wright $36,000, Instead of |1S,BOO, as sular-
b roth era nre not Inventors, but are W>s. both places having been raised
pirates  of   flying   machines  invented   |,y the hist parliament.
and patented bv others   according to	
counsel for I.otils Pntilhnn.
Argument on the application of tho
Wrights for a temporary in unction
restraining Paulhan from further exhibitions   with   a   flyin 1   machine  al-
Conservatlve, being B5!t. This is
somewhat less than Sir Wilfrid Laurler's majority In the general election.
The figures are: Allard, 5,297; Chabot. 4,7.'I8.    The vote was very light,
Governor-General Leaves In June.
Quebec,   .Tan.    30.���The    governor-
SSuTSSXE OSLO. I'tiil
LITTLE ILLINOIS TOWN
general) with Lady Orey and family, will tftlro up their residence In
Quebec during the month of June and
will   nlmost   Immediately   thereafter
Cherry,   111.,   Jan.   30���This   Httfa
town Is preparing Itself for tbe ordcai
of exhumation that is expected iw��
week, following the promised un8eaK-
Ing tomorrow or Tuesday o the St.
Paul mine, In which tbe bodl s of
more than two hundred 00 I miners
uive been entombed since November
particularly   in   the   Fngllsh-speaklng   leave for their home \n the old conn-   ^"."w'hen" fire   causul   th',. "death   of
district known as Upper Town.
YOUNG MAN  PLEADS
GUILTY  TO  SERIOUS  CRIME
Havelock, Ont., Jan. 80.���Robert
Henderson, charged with attempting
to murder Margaret and Susan Mac-
Pherson, two aged women, for their
money, pleaded guilty on Saturday,
and was remanded until next Wednesday for sentence. He Is only
twenty, a native of Australia, and
spent three years ln England before
coming to Canada a couple of years
ago.
try. His excellency was himself the
authority for this statement when in
Quebec yesterday.
some lltSO meii.
WEEK'S WAGES IN 1859
13 $250,000  IN  1910
No Change In China.      ���	
Pekin.  Jan.  :!u.���An  Imperial edict j |^^^BI
issued today denies the petition re- Portland, Ore., Jan. 30.���Fifty-one
cently submitted hy tbe represrnt-t- i years ago, rather than lose a week'*
tlves of the provincial assemblies, ; wages and a shotgun whlc 1 h- had
who are now ln Pekin. asking for the ; loaned to his employer. Peter W. 8e-
early establishment of a parliament. > vrrson  took  under  protest   a corner
The throne adheres to the original
plan of an imperial assembly row,
and the establishment of a parliament
at the end of nine years, according to
the constitutional scheme.
ot of land In this city. 51 by 100 feet
in dimensions. Yesterdiv Sevrreoa
sold the same lot nt the rate of 16000
a front foot, or a quarter of a ml.lloB
dollars,  cash.
I PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 31
a
I
i
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED.
LADY DESIRKS COMPORT/ABIjE
room in private family: must be
close In. Reply T. S. R. Daily News
office.
WANTEL ��� PARTNER WITH
about $2000, for first-class business
proposition. Address EL Margolyes.
104 Georgia street, Vancouver, B.C.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 432 Fourteenth
street, city.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1- Apply
Mrs.  J.   P.  Hampton Bole.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LBWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker aud upholsterer, 42,"> Clarkson street (behind Burr blocki.
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fit and oak.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese, cooking or day work. Room 3,
630 Columbia Btreet
WANTED,   TO   RENT.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMKD FURNISH-
ed house, central location. Full particulars to L. R. lv  Oai';>   News.   _
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE Oil S1N-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
era and dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R2TS- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FKL'lT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���A FINE COW, THREE
years old, in call to a Jersey bull,
good milker. Apply W. 11. Madlll,
Royal City Realty company, 750
Columbia street, New Westminster.
FOR   RENT.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM.
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Carnarvon.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALE3. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker.
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 17fi, night call M
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
Bank of Montreal
RATEPAYERS'  MEETING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     '.
Guichon block.     P. O. Box UU4.
CUSTOM
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.     Plione 62.
TAILORS.
UALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'8 TAi
lorlng. A new line of fall suit,
ing jusi in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 2G4 Clarkson st.    Phone K50S.
the
THEATRES.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN UKO-
ceries, phone 3Sfi. Tic Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. O   lies 811,
LIVERY   STABLE.
KING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
bles.
HACKS AND
Fashion   Sta-
and  W.  Smith, secretary.
Councillor Cameron in opening
meeting, stated that ho and his colleague had called the ratepayers together, to get their views respecting
the necessary road work to be (i��n0
for the present year, the municipality
making it a practice to do all road
work as early in the year as possible,
finding It too its advantage to make
a temporary road for that purpose.
The councillor made a Plea for um-
tv, stating that there should b i no
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLU.M- eafjt op wflgt No dmll)l mistakes
Wa street. Fins-class moving na() npen miui(., but it was useless
pictures; illustrated songs; numer- i00]jing backward; all should unite
ous attractions. Program changed ,m(1 )nnk forwar(j nm\ iu0\& repeating
Monday.  Wednesday and Friday.        orrors.
  i     Councillor    Hawthorne      addressed
the meeting and urged unity, it was
a mistake to suppose thai the west
end of the municipality was not receiving Its fair share of the funds ���
in fact, speaking personally, he believed that the west end would re- I
ceive more than its shar ��� this year.
A  desultory discussion then ensued
���subsequently  a  motion  was  moved j
.-md   curried   unanimously   that    tl.o ;
Rochester road be opened out to the
Blue Mountain road.
Councillor McRav, of Burnaby   stat- j
I. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���  ed that ,)e paid his texea to Burnaby !
The  regular meeting of this  lodge  Dut \nn^0,\ tn Coquitlam for road re-
are held In Oddfellows' hall. Carnar-  pairs, and Inasmuch that little or no- ;
von street, every Monday   evening thing had been expended on the north
at S o'clock.    Jas.  Ferguson, noble-en,j ot tlie xorth road for years past.
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada aud
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
Mr. Alderson was elected chairman j tprg o�� Cre(jit iS8Ued,    available with
correspondents   ln    all   parts of     the
world,
On  Friday a public meeting of the
ratepayers of   West    Coquitlam was
STENOGRAPHY       AND ��� held in the North Road school house
"'l,A"l'hU nx under the auspices of Councillors Ca
meron and Hawthorne
���  RAILWAY CO,
Atlantic Express Leave, |
Daily at 3:25 P.M
making  direct conned
ions
for
all
Savings Bank Department-Deposits | pohits i,^ IJistiu-^Catia,,, ������
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
��nnuin (present rate).
Total.  Assets  over  $168,000,000.00.
*��EW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
Q. D. BRTMNER, Manager.
a.m.;   Agassi/, local at 5: \,'",,',',', ^::;�� I
For further particular,  appI  '
ED. GOULET,     ��
C P. R.'Agent
orCB. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancou,.,
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, siair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and car Hue. P. O. box 251. Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIEiicii.
TO RENT���A MASON & RISCH
piano to rent, i.i good condition.
Apply to T. R. Pi arson, Dominion
Trust   office.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. TJ. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings tne lirsta nd third Tuesday in each month, /isttlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
LOST
STRAYED -- ON PREMISES <--
Twelfth street, black retriever, it
not called for in ten dayB theowner
can't have same.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
MUSIC.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.U.F
���Meets the fourth   Friday   in    the
month  at    S  o'clock,  in the  small
'hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDKR  OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday iBelton  road
evening at S p.m. lu the Kagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Alter,
eson, W. Pres.;  H. Scbofteld, Secra
tary.
it   was    espedienty    that    a sum of
money be appropriated, that this year
for necessary repairs.
Mr. Coles and others aihlrossod the
meeting on their road  wants.
Finally the secretary moved a mo-
I tion which was seconed by Mr. Percy
] tind   carried   unanimously,   to   the   e
| feet that the councillors forming tho
committee for  the  west  end.  submit
'he following sums as a basis for the
I Board of Works to  be guided by In
framing the forthcoming estimates for
'road  work,  viz:     Austin    road.  $200;
,    $500;     Bin"    mountain
The North American
Shows for 1 909
Large increase in NEW BUSINESS.
Large Increase In income.
Large   increase   in   ASSETS.
Large increase  In  PAYMENTS  TO   POLICYHOLDERS.
Decrease in  EXPENSE  RATIO.
THIS IS THE COMPANY TO  INSURE  IN.    CONSULT
White,Shiles & Co
AGENTS
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Holbrook Cafe
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FOUND.
FOUND���LONG WHITE LADY'S KID
glove, near Leopold Place. Owner
can have same by applying al the
police station.
ROOMS   TO    RENT.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING  ROOMS,
also furnished and unfurnished bedrooms, in the double brick house
near Carnegie library.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES  &   CO.
Real   Estate  and  lnsur uce  Agents���
t' ty,  farm an I suou   an  property,
260 Columbia e    e
SETTLERS' ASSi " i Al UON OF B. C.
���P. B.  Urn, i ger, P. O. Box
' 6,  phone 384
WILSON, COOK &  C    '    '���'
bia street. Phom      ' -    Rt   I Estate
and Insurance A| ents.   Homt a built
on easy tt rms;  agi ��� enn nta ol salt
purchased,    if you have any property to sell list, ii  with "
MRS.  C.  C.  FISHER,  EN-PUPIL  OF  SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims, Mus. Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
sociation, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.     Chief, \v. Sutherland.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Webster, mechanical expert No.
10 Sixth street. Dominion Trust
Hlock.
i;
I. 0. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets iu Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even-
lug at $ o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E, Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne. P G, recording secretarv
road. $200; Brunette road. $200;
Clarke road, $300; Coles road (School,
house road), $400; North road, $400;
Rochester road (approximately) $800;
and Smith road ?2on.
A vote of thanks was tendered
Councillor Cameron for his services
to the municipality. Both Councillor
Cameron and Hawthorne made suit-
ablev replies, the meeting adjourned
after passing a vote of thanks to the
chairman.
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING  IN THE CITY.    WHITE ���
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED. j
PAPER   HANGING   &.   DECORATING
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
bouse painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  Now  Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &. EDMONDS, BAHSUS
tars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, w. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audita made. Systems
organized. Age.,! tor tbe Hall Safe
Co. Roam '.', Westminster Trusl
block.     \V. O.  Box  795.
H. J. A-  BURNETT,  AUDITOR  AND
Accountant.    Tel.  R  128.    Room 7.
Westminster Trust  Block.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Plione 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking, All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
iF. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancou, er offices
Rooni3 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville Btreet, corner of
Hast.ngs street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
USE
��or    ���   ���
t-5 71
�� i
hrte
Piiie Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to S p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St.
J. A. DRYDEN, Prop. {
���������������������������**��������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������*���������������
WA TCH REPAIRING
By oxperts all our repair work is done!
My experts  are  working  from  sun until  sun;
Are ready at all times to do your repairing
And   get   broken   jewelry   in   snap... for your wearing.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
���Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency, the Governor General in Council, for the approval of a certain site
for the construction of certain booms
nnd booming grounds In the I'itt
River, ln the Distrlcl of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at  Ottawa,  plans  of  said   booms  and
booming  grounds,   together   with   a
description of tie   site thereof, and
have   also   deposited    a    duplicate   of
each in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds tor the said Distrlcl oj New
Westminster, in which Distrlcl said
works are proposed to be constructed,
In accordance with the requirements
of Seci,m 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Prott c Ion Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910.
WHITESIDE fl  EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the I'itt  River Lumber
Company, Limited.
SenU)n Approval
To REsroNSinut Peoplr   *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
tshc. InK Pencil
Your Choice of
��
Thtse
Two
Papular
Articles
for only
Ht bin
IN   THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH     COLUMBIA
In the matter of the North West
quarter Section 26, Township 13, E
C. M. Distrlcl of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and in the matter (>i the Estate of
John  Scot!   Macdonnell, deceased.
By order of the Honourable Mr
.' i -e Morrison dated Ihe 7th day of
January, L910, tenders win be received up to Januarj 21, isio, by the under Igned for the purchase of an the
I' late ami Interest of John Scott
Maodonnell and his heirs In and to
ail and singular I : certain parcel
or trnoi   of  land  and  premises above
mentioned,
J, J. CAMBRIDGE,
Distrlcl  Registrar of the Supreme
Court of  Billish Columbia.
Uutlrtllyni arc tauct S,/��
J'.\ely pen gii.irnnU't:<l
full It 1st  itclld Cold���cut
pn unlit I,��� ml may bf Lud
In   ftthei   our  ataudard
black opaque pattern, or IS
NonlMCiikable Tranapai- /
(in, aa dcdred, sillier iu '
plain or hiki-hv��1 linlsli,'
������ prefened.
V,.,i maj *rf thla ,.,.., a work, I
UTAH ,1, not told ll aa rupruBriiWd. I
t battel .,iirla th,,, /,��� ,.���������,:"
eiifa for iitrn Ttnia tini trr. mi.
rain In .,,, ,��*,, ,���gk,,. ,, T|���,
^nlln'ly ..i,.ra,��..,,t In c cry ia.
l|,r,-l i t ,. n il aai ���� will ������l I
J--. I!    3 1a: It.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New  Westminster, in the Province
of  British   Columbia,  deceased;
Notice Is hereby given that all persons having  any  claims or demands
against the late Frederick Thrussell,
I who died  on  or about  the  30th  day
! of   November,   1909,   at   the   City   of
New   Westminster,   l,n   the  Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are re-
I quired to send by post prepaid, or de-
, liver   to   tbe    undersigned    solicitors
herein for Harriett Ann Thrussell, executrix  of  the  last will  of the  said
Frederick Thrussell, their names and
! addresses and full particulars ln wrlt-
' ing of their claims and statements 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
i d��y of February. 1910, the said Har-
, riett  Ann   Thrui.boll   will   proceed  to
distribute  the assets of the said de-
: ceased   among   the   persons   entitled
J thereto,  having  regard  only  to    the
claims of which she shall then have
( had notice, and that the said Harriett
| Ann  Thrussell will not be liable for
tbe  said  assets  or  any  part  thereof
Dated  this  fifteenth   (15th)  day of
January, 1910.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett. Ann Thrussell.
to  any  person  of  whose  claim    she
shall not then have received notice.
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
STORAGE
V'DAL & BACCHUS
CHAIviSERLSN, The Jeweler
AGENTS FOR THE   HOWARD, HAM  ILTON   AND
MOVEMENT.
LONGINlS    watch
PHONE 475.
C��ro" iaTTl��0,��� fa,,,,,, ������,, j
Popular H'a (,,������ iB\ flpjrjcll
c���n,|,lat., l��aapr��.rfMl,,rv��ili, m��, I
| lia rarria,! In any pailVhn in I
I ,vkrl ,., alinjiplni |,ac. writ,,, at I
any "ii.le al (Irittnniii. rHllT
Hum llprlm) fatd, IrMtnm I
rnlnt, pi.lldhH viilranlrod mW>i*r I
OM, birt rfltla llnlth. Il.lBll
avoryMln,rfl for *2 .W. AfK-nt* 1
wanVr.l Wrlu, for t,..,,,���. Wnla
uuw "li'.t )OU (orgaV"    Arlrlrcrr
'* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*s
Maleitlo Bldg.,
Datrolt. Mlrb
"The Milwaukee"
���*Th0 Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kanaaa City to Chicago.
No trains ln the service on any
railroad In the world that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, Oneral Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Aldnr. Por-Hand. Or,
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-!
Ker   Wharf    for   Ladner,
Westham Jlsland and   way:
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
r
School Books
and
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Here is One of Our
Christmas Pianos
That Arrived Too
Late for the Xmas
Trade
bo I am going to givi  some extra   bargains   as  I  have  too  large a
stock to curry and l need the money���YOU   need   the   piano.
$254.00 cash will TAKE   one. others at J27B.00 cash; ��300.00
cash.
One Becond-hand piano w  ; $600, will sell for $175.   cash will
TALK   WITH   us   FOR   THE next ten days.
Come and let us show you wluil
you wh.-n I advertise bargains..
will say so when you Bee them.
surprises  we have lu  Btore
That Is what they are, and >��
J.  H. Todd's Music House
4192ColumbiagSt.. New Westminster, B. C.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������^
���������������!
"
STATIONERY \
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND  EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
 I
TODHUNTER & BURR
ukJ
I     Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   j
H  i |' MON
DAY, JANUARY  31, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
( ; ifort and Economy With
Electricity
'    ,::" ,-1'"  "; i      Iron is the i -            boon pos
i -   ice bat  b ��� lei Bened thi                     ��� h        ���]   .    Electric
Bimph   ,:-     B ' ' "                                     it can be r
o    b    bous i when electrl    light.   Iron   alii    u-               iking or waiting;  Ironing done ln halt the
rrj difl ���' i    '���' ;   - ud styli , Call I    and let  u,  show
a.
J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
NOTICE   RE
BURNABY
TRADE.
BOARD  OF
T''ii" died lor February
.... ion Hall .     8
to recelvi  du     to ad-
form c I
I   bus n    s
ir   - Hi  bit
lp   nn :   are  Invited  tf��
Bo
:   Pres.
THOS.  H   COLD1CI 1      Sec
That "SALADA" Flavour
Tho fine flavour and doifl        ':,,L       ^iness of
BI
fjjc,pve..a��-
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat al Kenn: 's. Anticipation
of toothsome morsels that will tickle
thi palate and i ��� you gi nuine satisfaction are alwayi realized after eating one of our tender, j ii<-, steaks,
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Re the east half of section 86, block
5, North range 6, Westminster, New
\\'< st minster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
tifilcate No. 9216P, Issued in the name
of .1. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed in
' this ofiice
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dail\   newspaper published in
j the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said  Certilicale, unless in the meantime valid objection
l be made to me in writing.
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District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
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5, North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
Whereas. Proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214F, issued in
the name of J. A. I.. McAlplne, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall.
Vancouver. Jan. 30.���With a bullet
high in his neck, just a quarter of an
inch from ploughing its way Into a
vital spot, and another In his right
|arm, T. Bruno, an Italian suspected
of being one of the most noted members of the Black Hand society, now
lies In the St. Paul's hospital, while
another man of the same race, and alleged to be also a member of the
Mafia, is lodged In the police station
! charged with the crime which "'a:
ultimately be one of murder.
If the strong suspicions which an
, h( Id   ai     prest nt   an.-    verified,    this
.: - . which occurred on Car.
[rail streel lati   last night, has ramifi-
ications 'Minding far beyond that of
an ordinary row.
It   is  almost  positively  known  that
��� r in the day tin re was a secrel
��� g   among several    of the    local
lta.ians In a rooming house   the loca-
if the men will
It is also known that Bruno
made    a   demand    on   his  assailant,
whose nami   is given    a��    Mo I ���
iGugliermo, also as Dominick Martsen
for money "for the causi '   and w-'s
refused,   when upon   he    struck   Gug-
Uermo.    This *s conjectured to have
li 1 to the serious affray of the even-
; Ing.
The shooting happened ln front of
the Klondyke hotel, on Carrall street,
just a few doors below Cordova streel
at 11:35 o'clock. Here, the two liven
met, coming from opposite direction-.
Instantly there was a Bpurl of flame.
arid   nt   tb<-  crnrU  of the  v.-v ilvei   llvu
no dodged through a doorway leading
ni-'airs ln the hotel. The shot was
Immediately followed by another, and
another, and then a fourth and a
fifth. The first bullet caught Bruno
In the righl arm. Just as he was almost through the doorway; nnd the
second went through the panel high
up, striking him just below tho left
ear. The other bullet lodged In the
door.
At  the  sound  of  the  firing,  Constables  Lowry and    Champion,    who
were standing across tbe street, darted  to  the scene.    Morlbello  ma I,, a,
ush  down  the sidewalk,  but  before
BIRD  SUPERSTITIONS.
Qu*er  Beliefs  That Were  Held  by ****
Ancient Mariner*.
Bird! ai   lnfa of the air wer��
tin rurally chosen by the ancients a*
oracles and aujrurs of future happenings. The sensitiveness to atmosphere
le changes shown by many birds aided
In establishing tlie.se notions. Tbe reai
Indications often furnished by sea
birds of a coming storm or cnlm were
doubtless magnified by tbe anxious, so
pcrstitlous sailer.
The custom of hanging the sen s-wal-
low so tbat the bill may point- to tlie
wind arose from the old time custom
of susiieridiri.tr the bird by the feet ex
peeling lt would renew Its feathers tkt-
lf fillve.-
Dlvination by the flight of birds wa*
a favorite method in the olden times
irs watched their flight for indie i
t!o;.s of prosperous voyages and favi r
Ing winds.    As they were thought to
through  the  air to  heaven,  they
lly became messengers of tlie will
of the gods.
Tbe albatross Is believed by Jack tar
to sleep on the winds. It was at one!
time thought that the petrel hatched
Its eggs under Its wings.
Tbe kingfisher was at one time fcep
In chests to keep away moths.
The flshtuiwk was esteemel a brlne-
er of good luck; lt boded good or ev'l
ss Its cry was to the right or left
There was nn old superstition that
fulls were never seen bleeding. Shoot-
lug stars were then supposed to be tbe
Half digested food of winter gulls.
CLEOPATRA.
The Story of Her Death From the Bit*
of an A��p.
It Is admitted that Cleopatra killf I
berself to avoid being exhibited lit
Rome in the triumph of Octavius, wbi
had made war upon her end Antony because the latter had divorced his (Oe-
tnvlus') sister on the queen's account
But did she die from a snake's bltr '
It Is hotter to think not, "If her deatli
had been eaused by any serpent, the
small viper would rather have been
chosen than tbe large asp, but the
itory Is disproved by her having decked herself ln the royal ornaments and
being found dead without any mark*
or suspicion of poison on her body."
I'enth from n serpent's bite could not
have been mistaken, and her vanity
would Dot have allowefl her to choose
one which would have disfigured her
'n bo frightful a manner.
Other poisons were well understood
and eacy of access, nnd no boy would
have  ventured  to carry  an  nsp  In  o
basket of ngs, some of which he even
ottered to the guards as be passe i. and
even Plutarch shows that the story of
tbe asp wns doubtful.   Nor Is the statu*
carried Iii  Augustus' triumph, which
had an asp upon it, any proof of bis
bo'.'.uf In  It. since tho snake wns the
emblem   of   Egyptian   royalty.     Tli��j
statue  (or  the crown)   of   Cleopatra
could not have been without one, '
< Lulu   was  probably tlie oilglo
���bole ��torv
AN EXECUTION IN INDIA.
at  the expiration of one month from i no nad g.one forty jop{ T]lp policemen
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of tin1 said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,   New   Westminster, 13. c, Januarj  L'T, 1910.
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had him erasped firmly b'- the collar and arms. He surrendered bis
gun at once, banding lt muzzle foremost  over to  Constable  Lowry.
Tin   policeman   attempted   to  take
him   up  the    stair  over    the    hotel
whence  the wounded  man  bad  fled,
leaving a tell-tale trait  o<" blood  <m
the  doorway    and    stair  steps.    He
I struggled desperately   and    Implored
them  not  to drag  him  up the staircase, crying. "No, no. no, I get shot." j otn"er two stood nt either side.
But   they    forced   him    it"  the  first i
flight,   and    here    they  met     Bruno ,
walking to meet them alone the hall- i
way.   with     his   shirt    driiping  with !
blood   nnd  moro    of It   staining  tin*
carpet   at   every   step      At   the   head
of  the  stairs, Just   within  a  few  feet j
of  the  man   who  had   wounded  him. j
and   who  was now  praying  him  not
to shoot, he collapsed, dropping Into j
a. dead faint on the floor.
The strong suspicion of there being something more in this attempted
murder than a private quarrel arises j
from the fact that other local Italians !
recognise both men as members of
the Mafia. Bruno, the man who Is
now in the hospital, came over from
Everett three days ago and previously
lo that be wns In Seattle for a time.
In both cities, be ram,. Into contact
with the pollen nnd wns suspected of
being n "Black Hander." In Everett.
It took four constables to place him
under arrest. Morlbello has been ln
tbe city for about two months, and Is
regarded as a dump sent here by an
Italian society to ratse funds nn I report on the fnitbfulness of the members of the order locate'' here. He
has never been known to do any work
while in the city and has spent most
of his time lurking around places frequented by lower class Italians.
60  YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
IftTENTS
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FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
Tradi Marks
Distorts
COPVntQHTS &��.
Anrone sending a t0ut.li and dsjurlptlnn may
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A handdoiualy Ulustrotod neeUj, Lurvost elr-
cuiation of any flctontltln Journal. Xorr.s tot
iMuatU, ^-1.7* i�� rear, pnstnire pr^pa'd.   Sclfl nf
,11 u-�����v;(is�����jaw.
(Mm �� www, & V St- w^iwiii SciS u
ffca Way ��� Man Guilty of Murder V*��
drrfifnl   llrrnpKnfIon. ,
A letter from India to a German pa-j
per gives this account of the execution
near Bombay of a man who had been
found guilty of the murder of his
brother in-law: "The question as to
whether the culprit should be executed
or sent to prison for life was, ns is the
custom, submitted to the family of the
murdered man for decision. All, Including the wife of the murdered, voted for death. When tlie place of execution was reached the condemned
man knelt, and the ropes which were
fastened to him were bnmled over to
the executioner's assistants. The one
wbo held the neck rope took a few
<steps before the kneeling man and the
Then
the executioner, armed with a razor
edged, heavy knife, advanced and
asked in a loud voice, 'Who authorizes
the exertion ?' and the chief of police
answered, 'The law.' The question
was asked and answered three times.
While the armed man advanced, slowly
���winging Use mighty' blade. As tha
last answer wns hoard an assistant
executioner thniRt a needle point into
the kneeling man's back and he made
an Involuntary morion forward with his
head. The three ropes were pulled
taut, lenvlug the neck extended to the
utmost. At the snme Instant the knife
whirred through the air nnd the he**
?f the murderer rolled ln tbe nand."
Th*  Arcrriatf  Man.
"The overage man when he la I
boy." a trltle Involvedly ruminated thi
old codger, "deckles that when he
grows up he will be a drum major or ���
bandit, triumphantly survive tattles,
shipwrecks and holocausts and gallantly protect Innocence and beauty in
distress. But the average boy when he
becomes a man finds himself so busf
satisfying the appetite of the always
hungry mortgage, endeavoring to
���chlere but never attaining the eminence of being the head of his own
household, chasing at the earnest so
liclUirlon of his many friends the po
lltlcal prominence which forever eludes
him, selecting the particular brand of
health fodder that will injure him tby
least, running after or away from
something or other, getting off a few
well chosen words, trying to collect as
evade that which Is lastly coming t��
ftlm, piaoatlng bis wife's ushstlves, ao-
onmulatlng baldness, pointing with
pride or rl��wlng with alarm, and so oa
and so forth, thai bettors be has time to
be anything mors protuberant thaa
���ne of the ciphers of the millions that
Inhabit this umd of th* tsss his men
friends ate walling stow behind him
tad saying that Bill was a pretty good
teller, bot-aad Us woman Mends art
chastened!/ wondering haw soon tha
widow srttl marry again. That's al*
tfaara ta te tha *r*ca���� man.1'-?***.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 31
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SLLIiT CSOQlS SCiiuLAES
Published by The Dally -News Publish-
lug Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
DISTRICT  OF   BURNABY.
E. A.  Paige.
.Managing  Director
MONDAY, JANUARY  31,  1910.
Halifax, N. S., Jan. 30.���The process
of selecting a Rhodes scholar for the
present year to represent Nova Scotia
was completed on Saturday. The
choice of students has fallen upon
John Frskine Read, B. A., of Dal-
housie col.ege, son of Dr. H. H. Read,
of this city, and nephew of Professor
J. Gordon MacGregor, of Edinburgh
university. Mr. Read was born in
Halifax in 1888.
BREAD  AND  MILK.
The request put forward by Messrs.
Turnbull and Dodd, on behalf of the
Trades and Labor Council, that a
standard of weight should be established for bread, is in every way-
reasonable, and it Is to be hoped the
Council will lose no time In preparing
a bylaw for the purpose. The suggestion by one or two of the aldermen
that there are other articles of domestic use for which standard
weights should be fixed may or may
not be worthy of consideration. But
it scarcely germane to the point
raised hy the request of the deputation. No other food stands In the
same category as bread,
St     John,  N.  B., Jan.   30.���Lloyd
Dixon,   M.   A.,   has been   appointed
Rhodes   scholar   for New   Brunswick
for 1910.
ALL   READY.
Nativ;
Be
Applications for the position of Assistant Engineer will be received by
the undersigned up to Wednesday,
February 2, 1910. Applications to be
endorsed "Assistant Engineer," and
to state qualifications and salary required.
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, January 24, 1910.
NOTICE.
'���a
DISTRICT  OF   BURNABY.
Tenders called for B. C. Quarantine supplies receivable up to January
15, 19J.0, will be received up to midday. January 31, 1910. Newspapers
copying this advertisement without
authority from the department will
not be paid.
A. D. JARY1S.
Ass't Deputy  Minister and Secretary
of Agriculture.
Ottawa, January 11. 1910.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Applications for tlie position of
Road Tax Collector will be received
by the undersigned up to Wednesday,
February 2, 1910. Applications to he
endorsed "Road Tax Collector" and
to state commission required on the
basis of collection of $1200 per annum.
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, B. C, Janu
ary 24, 1910.
Sons   Dance  Tonight  Wil
Swell Function.
Arrangements are all complete for
the Native Sons dance tonight, and
indications point to it being thc most
successful society function ever held
In   New   Westminster.     Th ���   decora-
:'         . .,    ,   I,        -i     .   .,,.,i   tiioied "nt'' no��n on Fndav, Januarj
tions of the hall are ail arranged, tne < _��� _ ;>��� ���
two large war canoes being p'aced
in position Saturday. The Plan of
Indian decoration wdll be carried oui
ronsistciitly,   and   a.   tepee,   presided
over   by   Coquitlam   Geor; e   ami   his
which being   klooeh,  Coquitlam  Mary,  in  one  corner of tlie ballroom, will make a novel
who
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TEACHER     WANTED.
For  scliool  on  Lulu  Island,  within
city limits. Applications will be receiv.
28,
ROBERT LENNII
School Board Secretary
Special Today
97-plece Green    Illimlnated    Dinner
Sets, regular $1S.50;  today onij
$13.00
The Pair
C46 Columbia Street.
We buv (or casft and sell tor tne Bame
S'      JANUARY ClfAWi
QAIF
SALE
A handsome Ladies' Combina
tion Secretary and Boo *
made of hard maple wood |���
surface oak finish nicely carved
with writing bed 19x26 inches'
The inside is fitted neatly W|t)j
divisions for papers, etc; regu
lar   value   $8.00;   January Sa|e
$6.45
LC |7 * C Furniture Emporium
Mmmd   Ja-.-J      KmJ Le-'s  Block, Columbia Street,
Phone 73. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
the staple of life is of far greater lm-   cQgy (,nrnpr>    coquitlam Georgt
portance to the community than any   ta  .,   brother of Chief Johnnii
other article of ordinary consumption
It is right and Just thai the consumi r
should receive a loaf Oi such qui ity
and quantity as represent- fair vulu i
for the price paid for it, according to
thc ruling price of flour. This principle is recognized and acted upon In
all the lending countries of the
world, and the weight of a loaf fixed
by statute. In Canada, however, matters of this kind are left to >ocal au
thorities for adjustment. In all the
principal cities of the Dominion, we
believe, bylaws are in force fixing a
bread standard. There is every reason, therefore, why New Westminster
should come Into line in regard to this
matter.
Reference was also made by the Labor deputation to the question of milk
come down the river this afternoon
in his canoe, and will b(> looked after
by one of the committee until the
dance starts.
During the past few days Secretary
Keary has been deluged with replies
to the invitations sent out. Many of
tli��> membra of the Victoria and Vancouver posts of the Native Sons have
signified their Intention of being present. The dancing win start, promptly
at 0:15 with the grand march.
Death of William Collier.
William Collier, proprietor of the
Central hotel, and one of the best
known residents of the Royal City.
died on Saturday morning after an
illness of several weeks. The late
Mr. Collier was 07 years old and had
been a resident of New Westminster
for 20 years. Tie bad no relatives in
this part of the country. The late
William Collier was horn  in  Preston.
England, but  came to  America  with
Inspection in this city, it being urged  hlB   parenrs  wnjie   sli]1   .,   boy   and
that    this   should    be   pursued    with    lived  in   New  York  State  for a  mini-
greater strictness.    So far as we are   ber of years.
aware, however,  th, quality  of milk       When about twenty years of age the
.      .     , ; srold    discoveries    in    California    at-
supplied to this city by various pur-   tracte(1 ]lim   and hf, mado the trans.
veyors Is generally good. We believe, [continental journey to San Francisco
too, the interests of the consumer by prairie schooner. California was
looked after by the city's Ms nomp for several years, but In
i, i u���moM. !1S5<:- li" came to Victoria, nnd a few
Inspector.     1     i ���U-pav*    infer    fh    New    Westminster.
till     the    time    of
are  we.l
sanitary
Ii   Is,   however,
years    later    to
possible, that impure milk does And ! where   he   lived
its way  into  the  city  to  some  small , lil<= death
extent.    NO  narm,  therefore,  can  be
done by a more frequi ni and rigid Inspection than now pri vails.
The whole subject of food adulteration is now under consideration by a
Hoard of Commissioners appointed by
the Federal government, which is en-
Raged jn preparing a schedule of
standard qualities for the leading arti-
clt b of diet.
The funeral   will  take  place  toda
at 2:30 from the Central hotel to tbe
Anglican cemetery.
DIVORCED   MAN   KILLED
BY SON  TO STOP  MARRIAGE
Minot, N.  D., Jan. 30.���Charles  Mo-
line,  aged   23.   confessed   today   that
lie  had   murdered   his  father.   Frank
Mollne, last Fridav,   He said thai his
It is expected that this   mother, who had been divorced from
schedule will be ready foi publication
in the Gazette ln July next, and wi.l
come Into force a month later.
To fix the standard of milk will
probably be one of the most difficult
of the Commissioners' tasks. The
standard of quality is of course fixed
Moline, believed Moline was about to
remarry and was afraid he would
leave his property to his second wife.
The son said he meant to murder
both his father and the woman.
Labor Men Still In Uproar.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 30.���Frids
bv the percentage of butter fat which !''l��'<>ar was renewed yesterday, when
.��� .,,.,, ,   1 tne   convention   of   the   United   Mine
milk contains, but this vanes consid-   Work(,,,s     of     America   reapproved
erahly,  according    to   conditions    of : President    Lewis's    report.    His op-
feed, climate and  season, and  breed   ponents were not satisfied until they
obtained a reconsideration of the vote
by  which  the report    formerly    had
of cattle. The strain or breed of a
cow plays the most Important part
in determining this particular quality
of milk. Whilst some strains give a
'.arge yield of the lacteal fluid which
is comparatively poor in quality, others give a smaller measure which Is
richer in quality. This difficulty,
however, is possible of removal by
the judicious blending of strains. By
this means an ample yield of milk
rich in butter fat may b0 secured
It is along these lines that dairymen
Will have to work in order to provide
milk of the required  standard.
The standard to be fixed by the
Commission will form the minimum
of quality, and there will bo nothing
to prevent municipalities from establishing higher standards if they desire it. As to penalties, the law
places the onus primarily upon" the
retailer, but if he has Obtained a
guarantee of quality from the wholesaler the latter may bv, joined us defendant  upon  prosecution.
Junior   Schumann   Club   Meeting.
A meidlng of the Junior Schumann
Citib, which Is composed of Miss
Thompson's piano pupils, was held on
Saturday at the residence of Mr.Bur-
nelt, Columbia street, whore an enjoyable time was spent. Piano solos
from Beethoven,' Schumann, Choj in
and some of the old masters were
given by Mamie Burnett, Elsie Burnett, Helen Hale, Muriel Oakley, (iia-
dys Oakley, Bessie Nelson, Violet
Nc-iaon, Maudlo Bent, Mavis King,
Ethel Teskey, Elmer Cameron, Marlon Hubbard, Laura Rutledge and Sylvia Fulton. The prize for the musical
contest wtis won by Flmer Cameron.
Tbe next meeting of this club Will he
on the last Saturday ln February nt
the residence of A. E. Haiti, Twelfth
street.
been adopted.
Dr. Cook In Germany.
Heidelberg, Germany. Jan. 30.���An
attendant of the Roggenau snna-
tarium said today that Dr. Frederick
A. Cook had been staying at that
place for some time under the name
of Cuenther. and that he left last
night for Vienna.
Christian  Science  Church   Burns.
Kansas City, Jan. 30.���Fir, destroyed the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, tonight. The loss is estimated at $75,000.
Old-Time  Actress  Dead.
Providence,   It.  I.,  Jnn    30.���Louise
Morse, a won known actress of many
years ago, died here yesterday   aged
80 years.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All  boats  having  full   masts  must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Jan. 29, 1910.
NOTICE.
City Hall,
Dividend No. 5, covering the year
1909 has boon declared by the Dominion Trust. Company, Limited, Cheques
for   same  are   awaiting  shareholders
at the company's ofllce on  Columbia
street.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Tom Johnson Seriously III.
New York, Jan. 30.���Tom Johnson,
for eight, years  mayor of Cleveland,
Is said to be critically ill In this city
or near lt.    Private advices received j Sewer Pipes
here  from   Mr.   Johnson's  friends  In , 21, 1910.
Cleveland   say  that  ho  ts  suffering
from cirrhosis of the liver.
TENDERS FOR SEWER  PIPE.
Tho Council is desirous of receiving
tenders for the supply of Vitrified
Sewer Pipes.
Specifications, approximate quantities and further Informal Ion can he
obtained from the City Engineer.
All   tenders  must  bo   delivered  to
the undersigned, marked "Tenders for
by 6 p. m. of February
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, January 27, 1910.
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FIT
This is the last clay of Smith's Great Sale, the last chance you w
have for some time to secure such large values for so little. Bargains too
numerous to mention are here in plenty, but don't forget it is only for today that these specials are advertised. Besides all of the January Clearance bargains that are still on sale, we are offering some one-day values
that you can justly look at in wonderment. Come in and inspect them,
We are doing it just to make the last day a crowning point for all the
January Sale.
urry now, we dose at
Marmot and Sable
Furs for $7.50
The balance of our stock of Scarfs,
Throws and Ties, etc., to be cleared
at half price.
Regular values to $15,00  for. .$7.50
Regular values to $20.00 for.$10.00
Exclusive Suitings,
$1 per yd.
Today Is the last day for this e -
traordinary offer. Smart, up-to-da
styles, chiefly in stripes, la a wiii
range of colorings, ail-wool fabrics.
Come now and secure the best choice.
Regular values to $2.50 for, per
yard    $1X0
Half Price for
all Neckwear
Buy all you can possibly afford to
do. Monday we offer our whole stock
of flows, Jabots, Ties, Fancy Collars,
etc., at HALF PRICE.
Smart Reductions
on all Umbrellas
Ladies' or Gsnts', no matter what
size, you can buy at a substantial reduction. One or two lines deserving
special mention:
30 only Gents' Umbrellas to clear
at 75c
25 Ladies' Umbrellas, Gloria covers, regular $2.00, for $1-35
15  Gents'  Umbrellas,  atout  covers,
regular $1.25, for 95c
ALL BETTER LINES GREATLY
REDUCED.
Raincoats for $7.50
Here is a rare bargain for the
shrewd buyer. Silk Rubber Raincoats,
plain colors only, black, blue and
grey. Regular values to $28.00,
for $7.50
Last Call on Furs
12 only White and Grey Foxaline,
Imitation Ermine Marmot, Black Thibet and Grey Coney Throws and
Stoles. A clearing out line for Monday.   Regular values to $4.50, for $1.95
Veilings for 20c
a yard
Biack, White, and Black and W  Ite
Veilings   at   rush-out   prices.     Sp
Fancy Nets and Novelty effects.
ular values  to  40c  yard.    Te ch a .
per yard   20c
White and Cream Silk
Organdie 30c a yd.
28 Inches wide, white and cream
Silk Organdie, aultable for summer or
party dresses. Regular 40c and 15c
for, per yard  ->0c
Pink, Rose and Grey Nuns Y< I
Nuns Veilings & Wool
Crepe de Chine, 25c.
a yard
and Pale Blue Wool Crape de (
at half price.    Tills has to go.
ular 50c for, per yard	
, i.
..25c
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HEADQUARTERS  FOR
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR l\
,NDAY, JANUARY 31, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PA OF  FIVE.     1
GORDO
Big Dry Goods House
Madras Muslins
and Curtain Nets
10-plece   Fancy   Madras,     ln    cream,   fancy  striped   and dark
"round effects.   Prices per yard 25c, 35c  and  50c
Ilemstiched and Lace Inserted  Swiss curtaining;    very    special
SPORTING NEWS
EXPECT TO MAKE MONbV
AI BOWLING TOURNAMENT
FOOTBALL
Men   Who   Won     Prizes     at     Seattle
Tourney  to   Be   Paid   Out  of
This Year's Profit.
50c
i ice, per  yard   	
INVESTIGATE THESE PRICES.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Arrangements are fast approaching
completion for t\\v big bowling tournament which is to be held in San
Francisco in March, and to which, In
all probability, a Westminster team
will be sent. The expense which will
be Incurred In connection with this
event will be much less than was tha
case In Seattle last year, where the
receipts were so far below the expenditures that li w^us impossible for
the promoters to pay the prize money
won by the successful pln-leveilers.
This year hall rent and expenses tor
alleys will not exceed $200, whereas
previous affairs of the sain,, kind hav0
always entailed an expense of from
$3500 to J-latiii.
This curtailing of the e\pensG is
expected to result in a good profit
being made  by the Western  Bowling
.Congress, which will handle the toul'-
ney. An agreement has been reached
whereby the surplus from this year's
bowlfost will be applied to the paying
; of the prize money outstanding from
| itist  year.
Following are the names of the
prizewinners   of   last   year's   tourna
BRITISH   SOCCER   RESULTS.
-- London, Jan. 30.���The following are
the   results   of   the     football   games
played yesterday.
FIRST DIVISION.
Aston Villa 4, Blackburn Rovers 3.
Tottenham H. 0, Bradford C. 0.
Woolwich A. 2, Bolton W. 0.
SFCOND DIVISION.
Fulham 0, Birmingham 0.
Leicester F. 4, Lincoln City 1.
Westhampton  W.  2, Derby Center
3.
SOUTHERN LEAGFF.
I    Portsmouth 0. Brentford 2.
Brighton and H. A. 3, Watford 1.
Bristol Rovers 1, Norwich City 0.
Westham University 3, Coventry C.
2.
Nortl* Brompton 1, Croydon Centre
3.
Crystal Palace 1. Reading 1.
Exeter City  5, Millwall  0.
Newton  Town  1,  Leighton   1.
Northampton  2. Southampton 0.
Queen's  Park   Rovers   2.  Plymouth
A. 1.
Swindon  T. 0, Southend  University
1.
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.
St. Mirren 2, Celtic i.
Port Glasgow 0.  Morton  1.
Falkirk   2.   Hearts  1.
Motherwell 2, Glasgow Rovers 3.
The House
that is the Leading Furniture House in the city was
lifted by honest, straightforward dealing. Special privileges to none.
W. E. FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
618;Agnes Street.
MURDER OF GIRL BABIES EXTRAORDINARY ORGY ON SHIP
FROWNED  UPON   BY  MINTO RESULTS   IN   SERIOUS  WRECK
NatioiTal  Cup  Game.
Referee  Dave  Lelth  callfd  tin
Na
tional   cup  soccer    game   to  an   end
ment; The amount's'starred We'not  J*?*���*"* ����� Vancouver at half time,
yet been paid. tne Cl'"K's having scored three goals
raafc^
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.  J.   BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street.
Duplicate prize list of the fourth
innual tournament of the Western
Howling congress, held under the auspices of the Seattle Bowling Tournament association. May  29 to June 6,
' 1909.
Five-Men Teams.
(Queen  City,  Denver   27^r,     $r>00
Portland.   Portland   ....  27^1*    $10(1*
: Dutch Jakes. Spokane..  2705*    $ 50*
Ad   Sprares,   Vancouver 2Cr��4*   $ 25*
to the Thistles nothing. Thc referee's reason was "weather and
grounds."
Rugby rt Vancouver.
High  school  2.
Rowing club 0.
Calcutta, Jan. 30.���There are some
sorely disappointed people in India,
native and European alike���the people who expected to figure In the Indian honor list, and who didn't.
Among them is a Rajputana prince
who was very civil to Lord Minto on
his recent tour. His highness would
have figured in the list of G. C. I- B.'s
had not the resident, iu giving the
viceroy an account of the country, innocently informed his excellency that
the murder of girl babies, though
done in secret, was still common.
Lord Minto. who has never been In
Rajputana before, was shocked, and
the rajah Is probably still wondering
why he was forgotten in the distribution of the customary New Year's
gewgaws.
Singapore, Jan. at).���An extraordinary orgy on shipboard has been disclosed by an Inquiry just held here.
The court sat to Inquire into thy circumstances ln which th,. British sailing ship Ring George was lost in
Sunda strait on  November 2-1.
It was shown that tin captain was
drunk when the ship struck. He and
a seaman named Hassard died on
November 29 from the effect of drinking rum and whisky, with Flo-Ida
water, a perfumery, to finish off
with.
Crusaders-Rowing club  match postponed.
Total $R75
���Thirty teams were entered in this
11 event,  making an entry  fee of  $750, .
of which  10    per cent    went  to the j
Seattle Bowling Tournament associa-!
tion  for  expenses,  leaving  a  balance
of ?C5 to be paid out for prizes.
Two-Men Tiams.
Wilklns-Clark, Anacortes 1155
Steers-Hodge, Vancouver 1150
Bishop-Slater, Portland ..1131
Huntoon-Kelly, Seattle ...1129
Mahnken-Davis. Seattle.. 1120
Mann-Embree, Denver... 1116
Scott-South. Vancouver ..1113
For  ladles'  prize. ^^^^^^^H
Columbia college
McGIU 0.
RUDYARD KIPLING EXPERT
IN   USE OF SKIS ON  ALPS
Sheriff Shoots Incendiary.
Snohomish, Jan. 30.���Bert White,
for some time a suspected Incendiary,
was shot by Sheriff Dereing tonight
just after setting fire to the dry kiln
at Morgan's mill. White's Injuries
are slight The fire did no great damage.
SOCCER AND RUGBY
GAMES  IN   VICTORIA
$200*
$110*
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Northern   Crown  Bank
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PERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN   CANADA.
.' AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL
 $6,000,000    f
....$2,200,000    ���
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HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
�� Twentieth Century  belongs to Canada and especially to the
��� Wi       in  this  era Of development    Western   financial     institutions
2 mu '    lay an Important  part. The   Northern     Crown     Bank     invites
��� th.-..   ..I,',, have the interests of the West at heart to share in tbe en-
X joymi ol  of its  privileges.
j 0NF  DOLLAR  WILL OPEN  A  SAVINGS     ACCOUNT    WITH     US.
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Total     $540
���Sixty paid entries  in    this event,
fop $600 less   10   per cent,   leaving
balance   of   $540   of     which   $'5   was
placed  in  the larltes  prize fund.
Individual Eve-it.
Dobkins, Spokane   646   $100
A. Woolley, Denver .. 617 $70*
II. Wilkins, Anacortes 610 $60*
L.  Jenkins.  Seattle   . .  610      $50*
j Harry   Watt.   Denver      586      $35*
C. J. Kruse. Portland    685     $25*
Zimmerman.  Spokane.   ...  582      $15*
\c.  Ahrens,  San  Francisco 682      $15*
\C. II. Bal., Portland    680     $12*
|T. Hoimerichs. Washington 579   $12*
J. Ouinn, Salt  Lake     578      $10*
IE.  Bechtel,  Seattle       575        $7*
|F. L. Keating. Seattle    566        $7*
McCraw,  Denver   . .  505        $6*
Trousdale. Seattle . .  560        $5*
Davis.  Seattle    660        $5*
adles   prizes    $37.50
Victoria, Jan. 30.���By five goals to
one, a team representing the Ancient
Order   of   Foresters,   of   Victoria,   defeated   Ladysmith  here  yesterday  In
one of the Island Soccer league series
j ;u*   games.    That   the   Minor-   should  he
$ 50*   so severely beaten was a genuine sur-
prise to  the  devotees,    they    having
avoided such a fall for over two years.
The  Empress  team    defeated    tbe
Fifth Regiment, four goals to one, in
the Victoria second divlion league,
Victoria's rugby team was beaten
by the James Bay team, the score
being 8 to  3.
$ 35*
$ 20*
$  10*
$45
Engelberg, Switzerland, Jan. 30.���
Rudyard Kipling, who is here lor his
second season, Is becoming an expert
on the skis.
Mr. Kipung is enjoying himself for
the most part, but there is apparently a fly in the ointment. I-I,. enjoys all but the attentions of tbe snap-
sbotters wbo beset him.
To a man who, meeting him on the
rink, asked him whether he would
mind standing still while a lady
snapshotted him, Mr. Kipling protested that he "did not come here to
be snapshotted," and hastened out of
range.
Horsj Artillery For Victoria.
Victoria,   Jan.   30.���Victoria   is   to
have a battery of horse artillery.    A
change will  shortly be  made in the
training of one company, or part of a
company, of the Fifth regiment of Ca-
j nadlan   garrison    artillery,   and    the
I ancient twelve-pounders sent to Work
j point some time will be horsed.
Capital   Dry   Next.
Washington,   Jan.   30.���Representative Aiken, of South Carolina, has introduced a bill to prohibit the selling
j of  liquor in  the District of   Columbia.
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COLUMBIA COLLEGE TEAMS
SECURE EVEN BREAK
The Columbia eohego senior basketball team had little difficulty in winning from the McGill quintette m
Vancouver in a game in the V. M. C.
A. auditorium Saturday night. The
score at the conclusion of play
-tend: Columbia college, 18; McGill,
S.
The second team    of the    col/Jge,
however,   had   a   harder     proposition I
when it  encountered the high school J
team.    After a  hard  contest   th > high
school boys managed    to    win    out,
23-20.
Steam Heat With Gas Fur1,
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
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Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New W    estminster.
Something Uniqut Is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cade
jj       TITE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OSIT
TH* COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
^cs 'Phone 1K.     Barn Tnone 18?
Columbia Street.
B*C?nf;e   delivered   promptly   to
uiy pert of tHe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
For Ta��ty and Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
Total      $472.50
���One hundred nnd five paid entries
in this event with a fee of $525 less
10 per cent, leaving a balance ot
$472.60 of which $37.50 was placed In
the uulies prize fund.
Toronto  Easily  Beaten.
.Montreal. Jan. 30.���With good, fast
ice at tlie Arena ring Saturday Toronto and the M. A. A. A. team played their scheduled game In the Amateur Hockey league. Montreal had
an easy victory. The score for first
half stood: M. A. A. A., 6: Toronto,
o. The fina; score was: M. A. A. A.
12; Toronto, 5.
Saturday's Eastern Hocksy.
U  Montreal���Montreal,  5;     Sham-
Chamberlln   Tournament   Starts.
The  "Chnmbeilin   Handicap"   tour-      	
nament  of two-men  teams, of which   m^
there   are   thirteen   entered,   begins,    At   Ottawa���Ottawa,    11;
tonight with the following: Smith and   DUrv   4
Steel vs. Fisher and Walsh. AV Montreal���Montreal, 12
Each    series    to    consist   of     five   ��u   -
games, total pins to count; the teams   ' ,	
are handicapped to put them all on
an equal basis: Smith and Steel ailow
Fisher and Walsh 42 pins each game
Hailey-
Toron-
Pool   Championship.
New York, Jan. 30.���Thotnns Hues-
ton will defeiKl bete his tlt.e of pool
W.  C.  Chamberlln.  the  jowo'er,  is (.,)amplon  nKa|nst  Jaronie  Keogh,  of
vlng two handsome solid gold med- RocneFjteri \3moi'row    night,    in    the
nls to the team  winning first   place flrg( b](K,k of 20() pomts 0f their fi00-
and each team Is going to battle hard ^ m|Uch foi. tll0 world's champion-
to    become  possessors  of    the   em- M)lp  fl pu,.(, of jlfl0|) and a sill(> bet
blems. ���f $lTi0.   Play will continue for three
The Hot Springs trophy has arrived  nlghts,
nnd Is now on exhibition  at  the al-  ., _���.	
ley*. j Attell Accepts Challenge.
 ��� ��� New    York.    Jan.  30.���Abe  Atte.l.
$3000 For Sufferers. ; champion featherweight of the world
San Francisco Jan 30.���More than 'announced today his acceptance of a
$3000 has been'raised in San Fran-I challenge by Jem Driscoll, champion
Cisco for the benefit of those made of Fngland. The match Is scheduled
destitute bv the floods that are sweep, j to be held ln San Francisco some
Ing Paris according to an announce-| time ln March and will go twenty
ment. made today by the committee , rounds
ln charge.
O'Brien  and Walcott  Matched.
Toronto,    Jan.    30.���English    Jack
O'Brien, claimant of tho world's woi-
C. N. R. Station Burned.
Winnipeg.  Jan.   30.���Tho  Canadian .Mtattattattatmmmmmmtammmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmaw
Northern railway stallon at  Sprague, [terwelght championship, and Joe Wal
cott, the Parbadoes demon, were
signed for a match this afternoon,
Jack Johnson arranging the bout.
j Man., wns burned to the ground early
��� yesterday morning. The loss Is about
' $3000.
Died of Fever.
Portland,   Jan. 30.���Jackson Smith,
vice-president   of  the  Oregon   Trunk
Y. M. C. A. Campaign.
Toronto, Jan. 30.���The Y. M. C. A.
of Toronto has Instituted a vigorous
raliw'i'v"is dead"in this City of malar- I campaign   to   raise   $600,000   for  the
lal  fever. .aaaH erection of four new buildings.
NOTICE TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death In this city
and district every year from disease, accidents, tire and other causes
and in consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by livestock Insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal for any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only oue 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 Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
��or scows, tow
boats, jobs of
<*ny kind on the
Coast apply to
JI II I. FADER
Let Us Fill Your Next Grocery Order
W   will deliver it promptly and give you best goods-we will both be happy and have a prosperous New Year
SELECTED   EGGS���
35c per dozen
JABBOTSFORD CREAMERY
BUTTER���
|Tr��iijdj.   40c pound.
CHOICE  CREAMERY   BUTTER���
Ayrshire Rose 35c pound
JAPAN  RICE���
Good auallty �� pounds 25c
CANNED  TOMATOES���
10c can
CANNED   STRAWBERRIES���
����   15c can
CANNED  APPLES  OR   RHUBARB���
Gallon size 30c can
ROWAT'S   PICKLES���
Large auart bottles 25a
L ). FADER'S
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ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvonjand Eighth
Streets, opp.  Russell]
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY
31, 1910,
The   Maitic   of   t.ll>prty.
Tbe Co I oils us of Rhodes probably
aerer brcxiaiit any returns In cast to
the city, but Its tradition will last
when everything else Rhodeslan is entirely lost from history. Ko with thi*
Statue cif Liberty. Tt gives a welcome
to everj stranger who comes to America to seat hie fortune lu a country
which has been tbe friend of the oppressed for centuiios. It is balled with
joy by every American wlw catches a
glimpse of ii as he returns from a sojourn ;.n Europe. Its meaning is more
Apparent after a Bhort absence from
America than perhaps lt was before
such an experience. It is one of tbe
few things which we have wbicb Is
not commercialised.���Chicago Tribune.
EIGHT KILLED IN
RAILWAY WRECK
Serious Accident   . England
-Cars I mashed -'. hirty are
Seriousiy Injured.
The  Wrong   1Jj����\
A society which disseminates moral
literature once sent a raihray manager
a large number of free U��ets to place
ln tbe waiting rooms. One was entitled, "A Route to the New Jerusalem."
Tbe letter wbleh tho mow] ltterarure
society received In reply ci*rIii d iue
tracts. "We cannot place the tracts,"
wrote the manager, "as tbe X. J. is not
en our system."
Qnllr  it   Variety.
The fashionable gill b*d accepted
Llm and the young man wa* wondering
bow far his $80 a week would go.
"You must remeuilmr that fife Is not
all golf ami teniila," momered bo.
"Why, of course It tent," she responded brightly. "There's boating and
coaching and bridge and ever m many
things."���Louisville (,oori*r-Journal.
At   thi>   Dirotom'   link.
"Carvns, was that operation you per-
formed on old Hunks eoceessful?"
"Successful?   Te:;;  sintrularty so."
"Sinsularly?   Then  he's recovering,
Is he?"���Chicago Tribune.
A Russian doe�� ixJt become of age
until he Is twenty-sis.
Tho  Itlffht   Kite.
Amoii.tr the litigants before the Eng
lish courts some years ago was a Mrs
Weldon, who, indeed, was so constant
ly at law that Raron Po^ock once re
marked:    "This lady has now such a
very lunro business at ihe. bar that W��
must give her every Indulgence." Mrs
Weldon was not abashed by the judge!
and said many clever things lu courl
The  reminiscences  of  the  late  Jebi
George Witt,  K. C, Include an nnec
dote of one of her appearances In th
court of appeal.   She was endeevor!!i;
to upset a jTid.'*;iieut of Vice Chanoelloi
Bacon, and one ground of complain
was that the Judge was too old io nn
derstand   the  case.    Thereupon   Lon
Usher said;    "Tho last rime you ��vn
here  you   complained   tbat  your  casi
had been tried by my brother Bo- , :
and you said he was only a bit of a bo;
and could not do you Justh e.   Now y ;
come hore  ami say  that  my  brothel
Bacon iras too old.   What uge do yoi !
want the judge to be?"    "Your age,
promptly replied Mrs. Weldon, Bxlnj |
her bright eyes on the handsome com
tenan��e of Hie master of the rolls.
London, Jan. 30. ���One of the
most serious railway accidents in England since the disaster to the Bteamer
train at Salisbury in July, 1906, occurred at Stoats Nest station, near
London, on the London and Brighton
railway, yesterday afternoon. Eight
dead and about thirty injured were
taken from the wreck.
The third-class cars were coni-
I pietely wrecked, and a part of the
| building was demolished. The Pull-
[ man was thrown violently Into the
I air, but was comparatively little damaged. Its passengers escaped with
minor Injuries.
Accounts of tlie cause of the accident differ. One says that, it was due
to the derailment of a portion of Hie
train, which jumped the points where
the branch joins the Hue just outside
the station. Another account attributes the cause to the breaking of the
coupling beween the first and second
cars. The two third-class cars reared
almost on their ends, and toppled
over on the platform, bringing down
a mass of iron girders and timbers
from  the  station.
The critically injured were taken
to a local hosptial, while the others
were brought to London.
Appointment Gazetted.
Ottawa, Jan. 30.���The appointment
of John Donald Swanson, of Kamloops, to be judge of the county court
of Yale, and to be a local judg ��� of
the supreme court of British Columbia, vice Judge Spinks, superannuated,
is gazetted.
GOLD DUST will
ste
���ilize
your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
E��<s��:7 ���':_���';-w: i Trv��?*r^'?^iSifi^"^^ :m -��� ������. -��3
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expi 11 while
cooks in the cleanest and most
BanitarjJ   kitchen  ln   the  city.
leased   for
1  Period of   tw���
years at an annual  re,ila| 7"lWn��
acre.      Not   more   than   '>- 'n     lftt
Shall   be   leased   to      ImUyL"'*
company.       A  rovalh        .       ul ot
''��� rat,
five cents  per  ton
bi
ot
' '1
on the merchantabl   i
Nv- W  CORY
Deputy of the Mlnlsti , {'   ,
tlon"��oi
N.B.���Unauthon
this advertlsemen
for.
will
not bo
\m
$4.50
D.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and 21-MEAL   TICKET
sterilizes. j
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy  Qf $j|(J   TfUIlk    Kj
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after gerins	
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, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
CMcagfo, London,
FOR  FIRST CLAS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
WINDSOR BLOCK
Hamilton, Toronto
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil  ��*    .1   nllAl>pr
ap, to which is added other purifying materials ��lonireai> Vfueoec,
Portland, Boston,
739   FRONT   ST
Proprietress, Mrs
I'milillv
soap
in j ast the right pro-       v   1  /
portions to cleanse    \^\l//yA/
easily, vigorously,. g?
and without harm to
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.
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Timo Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
ADVERTISE   IN
THE
NEWS
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
gMti*raMEM^.gan^ .,��*: --^Eassssaa&czg
er
Bag, Envelope and Be
HEAD OFFICE: 407 HASTINGS STP.
LOCATION  OF PLANT:   SAPPERTON SIDI.'
��30'
rd Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
6, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
ORGANIZED  TO   MANUFACTURE
She  Got  n  Seat.
A woman entered a wtll filled Broad
way stirftico car. She was reasonably
younjf, fRirly it ell dressed und good
looking, hut she walked with a dee;),
painful limp. As she clutched for a
strap ball" a dozen men arose hastily
and offered her soats, She took the
nearest one aud tank Into lt with j
look of relief The oiLer men restim ���('
their seats, and the ear sped merrllj
on. Iliilf a mile farther uptown thi
woman signaled the ��j��oduartor to Bl p
end as the car slowed 6own she arose
walked jauntily out and stepped oil
the c:ir with the nlmbWnees of ��
schoolgirl.
The man whose seat she had been
occupying looked ftrtrt amasad, tlier
sheepish, as tlie other passMgers be
gan to grin at aim, then jeiaed lu, a.
becomes ac American wkn placed !j
trying clfvumaUncea.
"She's an actress at one of the
Broadway theaters," clraekted a mau
sitting near him. *t know her by
sight, and when she came la I thought
���be must k��Te beea bm*t Is an so
���Mont " ���Kavw   YnrW   ���*��
Apt,, (al.in   Ummwil li.
"In my morning walks," remarked a
Brooklyn clergyman In referring to his
vacation, "1 bat] as a companion an
elderly gentleman, whose acquaintance
1 prized highly, After a cross country
ramble of five miles one htjt afternoon
we stopped nt a farmhouse for a drink
of milk. I drained my glass, and lww
refreshing It was! But the old gentle-
untn drank lightly and set his glass
down with a goodly portion of the rich
milk untouched,
"'Very One drink,' he said as we resumed our Jaunt
" 'Then why dldu't you drink all of
It?' I asked.
" 'That's the way I make my contribution to the conscience fund,' he explained seriously. 'When I was a boy
I worked on a farm and was tatijrttt always, after rinsing, to leave a little
water in the milk cans.' "���New York
Times.
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,000 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stock, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the railway belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over lo years of age, 10
ihe extent of on��-quarter section ot
IGu acres, more or less.
Lntry must l>e made personally at
the local land office for the district
In which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made 0D
certain conditions hy the lather,
mother, sou. daughter, brother or SU-
ter of nn intending homesteader,
The homesteader is required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one ol. tlie toliowiug
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) lf the father ( or mother, if tne
father is deeas.nl), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may he satisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(2) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given  to the commissioner of Do
minion  lands nt  Ottawa  of Intention
to apply for patent.
H\    Coal.���Coal  mining rights  may   be
����< CANADIAN FACING
****B.C.CoastSii,Siiiliw
���very
FROM VANCOUVER.
TO   Victoria-Daily   al    1   i(|  p,m
Noil hern British    Col it
Saturday 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tue*
day and Thursday al 2 p.m.; Mod.
day, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily al 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steann i Beaver
leaves Westminster al s a.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and i Ida] returning, leaves Chilliwack at ; a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursday and
For further particulai i call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
���N'eW     VVl
or
C.  I!. POST1
Asst.  Gen.   Pass i
Vancout      b, C,
Model Sign Werks
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth Street
.New Westminster.
TheO.  P.  Young, F'rcp.
English Watch.ua!
ic\
Gold Watcbes for Larti.-s trom $i2/j
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open'**
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open   a*
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and    Kitf"
Watches.
Watch repairing a special!;-
F. CRAKE
Tw>   doors   trom   Geo.  Adams.  GtOCtl
hPU;i.?^"
WE   NOW OFFER  FOR  SUBSCRIPT ION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
m
Men with Woman's Vetoes.
Generally speaking, mros living at
high altitudes have weaker ana moro
highly pitched voices the* those Irving
In regions where the snfaty of oxygen
Is more plentiful. Thw among the
Indians Ilring on tbe platesms between
the ranges of the Andes, at an elevation of from ten to fourteen thousand
feet, the men have voices like women
end the women like children, and tholf
Singing Is a shrill monotone. The Aus
tralfan nar!vo has a weak voice, but
��� knack of sending It a long distance,
Bud tiie lowest tribes of African bush-
men nlso possess weak voices. Of all
human beings It would seem that the
flwarf race discovered by Btanloy ln
rentrnl Africa have, la point of volume
end compass, the weakest of human
Toiccs, and this is only what one
prould expect from tho feebleness ot
feelr physique generally.
100,000 of the 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at Or e Dollar per Share
payments. MmmmMTmM*iL*\mw
Fifteen per cent on application, 15 per cent in thirty days, balance at thc rate ot 15 per cent
per month until fully paid.    Stock fully paid and non-assessable.    So personal liability to shareholders.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediately upon the sale of the first issue of 100,000 shares at one dollar per share the second
Issue, comprising lOO.OOO shares, will be offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
slock each subscriber will kindly state if in tlie event the first issue is oversubscribed upon receipt
of the application by the Company, ho wishes tlie application returned or allowed on the second issue
at $1.10 per share.
In offering the Preference shares of this Company for subscription we do so with a feeling that it
will prove one of the best Industrial stocks ever offered in Western Canada. It not only is certain to
become a splendid dividend-payer, but. Inside of eighteen months it will bo selling at a big premium.
The first Issue or 100,000 shares is offered In blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second Issue of 100.000 shares at $1.10 per share. The Preference stock is entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of S per cent, per annum, payable before any dividend is paid on the Ordinary
shares. After the payment of the above dividend an amount otjuji 1 to 15 per cent of the remaining
profits of the Company shall he distributed each year pro rata among the Preference shareholders of
the Company, and 10 per eent of the balance of the profits shall he carried forward as a special reserve fund exclusively as a special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference shares; when In any year the Company Is unable to pay the regular Preferential dividends of 8
per cent said dividend shall he paid out of the special reseive fund: provided, however, that the remainder of the entire special reserve fund shall be distributed ev*ey five years pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of the Company.
After the payment ln each year of the 8 per cent, preferential dividends and the distribution of
IB per cent of the net profits, and setting aside of a. special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance of
the profit shall be paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
WE ARE REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WILL HAVE A WEEKLY CAPACITY OF 120,000 LBS.
OF BAGS, ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING' AND DEADENING FELTS
SHEATHING,   PAPER   BOXES, ETC.
THE PROPERTY SECURED BY THE COMPANY AT SAPPERTON SIDING NEAR WESTMIN-
STER, HAS A RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1,140 FEET, AND IS SPLENDIDLY SITUATED, BOTH
FOR  CITY TRADE   AND  DOCKS   FOR   FOREIGN   SHIPMENTS.
DIRECTORS.
GltEKLY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent Hrltlsh-Canadlan Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLE, President. Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
T. M. STEVENS, President. Imperial Rice Mills. Vancouver, B. C.
E.  R.  CHANDLER,  Lumber and Timber, Vancouver, B. C. |"r"" ' j 1 :   '    r '."'   '
A. S. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver, B. C.        r*TF-rp-<" T~'' "'""  '
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal  Agent for New   Westminster, Merchants' Bank Build ing, plione 334.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. ' i
Address all communications direct to
 W. S. ROSE, Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
Merchants'!|Bank Building. Phone 334.
Electric Railway Service j
i
ti
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. ni. 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 aud city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leuve tram
office ou the hpur, twenty oil*
utes after, and forty mlnutei
after, commencing at 6:20 a t"
Sapperton Line: Cars
at ten minutes after the
balf past and arty minutes after ���
���
���
���
���
lesrt I
near, ���
the  hour,  commencing
a. m.
at  6
30
Sunday service hnll-h luriyhe- |
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p !
\ \   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,
,td
I
wmi:��mmr>\*f��u*w
B. C. Mills. Timber w
Trading Company
VANCOUVER:AND NEW WESTMINSTER
.",  Manufacturers and Dealers m All KirtaT ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Hsh and Fruit Boxeo.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door��,
\'
FARMERS ATTENTION! |
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
t^rrytmn
Royai Cit i Branch, JColurobia St.
Telephone 12. ' New Westmln^
ffwuri
I MON
DAY. JANUARY  31,  1910.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
j. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
13. Office. Eighth St.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
m
ll'
IS
? T.
Telef
hcne
R. T.   PRINCE
Auditor   and   Accountant
iBoots Closed, Audits    Made,    Statements and Balance Sheets
Prepared.
BkS   >CJ mY*\\ *ft
Do yiu know Ihe difference
between working d rj havlnj
the work djne for you?
Sunlight Soap actually mal
the t'irt  ��r p  out   tsv
time  and money���but   injures
neith -.-1   nd
clothe-:. That
is   |u; t   i te
different .
be tw<
Sunlight Soap
ar.J ordinary
soaps.
WHEN MACAULAY SPOK&.
Boom
Westminster    Trust    Block
I
. ,578, I'. O. Box
CERT|FICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
1   Silicon Xo. 2. Pitt Frac-
.   Fractional   Grouped
, .    situated in the New
Mining    Division    ol
.;,   ei   District,   where
"   i':'k''; ������ t    l,
,    that   we,   Pitt    Lake
,   ��� n, Company. Limited,
:. , ( ��� rtificate No.  B30434,
I    from the date hi reol
the Mining Recorder for
provement t     ; ��� ���
talning a Crown Grant
claims.
., ..,   notice th tl
'de li musi be commenced
Issuance  of  such   Certifl-
i menu.
Uth  day  of  December.
Ii
BRICK  AND   CEMEN'I
E. J   FADER, Agent.
iF.. . rtificate No. B30435.
Russell.
Douglas M. "Mi.Is, Seattle.
George Hall, Seattle.
A. Doig, Blrtle, Man.
F. Smiih and wife, Lethbridge.
H. Reid, Enderby.
J. K. L< e, Calgary.
M. B. Kelley, Seattle.
Miss C. Davenport, Portland.
B. Hoe, Seattle.
Henry Burr, Ladner.
D. W. Blair, Calgary.
W. J. Carsen, Calgary.
C. M. Comstock, Dawson, Y. T.
-Mrs. Bishop, Vancouver.
flwa   I'ln-wod   a   Torrent   at   Smioi;
aUad   fCaptaCn}'.
What can be the matter? Doom open,
members ruab out; members are leasing past you from all points ln one direction���toward the bouse Thex, wlg��
and gowns aj^iear. They tell you wltk
happy ftcea tholr committees have adjourned, and then comt a third cl*aa\
the gentlemen of the press, hilarious.  	
Why.   whar'a   tbe   u.atter?     Matter!   to start  Immediately  the erection of
Macaulay la up.    You Join the runners   an  extensive plant  for the manufac-
tn a moment.   It was on anuouneeineul   '"re of malt from Alberta-grown bar-
oan hadn't beard  for  years,  and the
passing of  tha word  "Macaulay's up"
MALTING BUSINESS company will not engage in the hrcw-
TO START  IN  CALGARY !lng business,  but  will  sin ply  manu-
���^    ,-.���.,��� ,   trr-iw-.   facture malt for the small-r brewer-
Calgary, Jan.  30.-4.olonei  Walkei   Ies 0f the prortooe and of British Co-
yesterday concluded the sale of three   iumDia
miles   of   land   aiong   the   main   line       The   price   paid   for   the   property
of the C. P. R. between P. Burns &   was $3000 per acre.
Co.'s    abattoir  and   the   Bow   river	
bridge, to tho Toronto Malting company. The property will have a track
frontage of 65o feet and will accommodate fifteen cars.
It  Is the intention  Of th,.  company
Windsor.
Ross Chlsholm, Ladner,
C. Davis. Huskin.
H. J. Pontifex, Coquitiam.
G. N. Lindsay, Cloverdale.
M. B. Butler, Cloverdale.
J. W. Taylor, Cloverdale.
P. J. Gaynor, Fort Langley.
K. A. Ke, ve. Chicago.
JUNIOR SOCCER  SCHEDULE.
���V.aii Service
vs.
Following is the schi d . ��� of soccer
matches for the Wallli cuj ��� ublem-
atlc of tbe Junior championship of
Bi Itlsh Columbia:
February  5���Lord  Kelvin  vs.  -
tial;   St.  Louis  vs.  High   School.        ^L
February 12    High Si       . vs. Sap- n
perton.
February  19���St  Louis
Kelvin.
February   26 ��� Central
School.
March   E���Sappi rton    vs
High Scliool  vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton:  St. Lou I     " al.
March 19���9ap) rt ������; vs. Lord Kelvin;  Central  \ s. Si. Louis.
March 26 ���Sapperton vs. High
School;  Central vs. Lord Kelvin,
2���High School vs. Lord Kel-
vs.
High
Central:
Aprl
vin.
The
team.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
IrOYAL   COLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL-
COMPETITIVE     DESIGNS.
M magers    for the
i. Hospital    Invites
:. ..    competitive d"-
Blgt s of a Hospital, which it
ereol    at  Sappet ton,
Ni .   . B, C.
ll 11   superscribed:
Di i oiumbian    Hospital
and ad W. ll. Keary, s   ���
:��� ��� oagers, Roj al Col-
-.- ��   Westminster,
B. C, ai . Ived up to noon
��� maty,  1910,
I first by tl
;. receive  a premium of
IS-. i premium of I
tt .... of $200,
oi   Managers    I
! ��� the building from any
imltti d.
.erning    competition
I ��� bj bona fide competl-
lon   ' ���  thi   under-
���
W.   il    KEARY,
.   Board   Ol   Managers,
-ter.  B. C., January  7.
Following are tbe hours of despatch
nd arrival ol mails at Ihe New West-
-   istei  post    ffice,   ..-   houi   d m
lug the nour ot  closing,
n Is hall an hour, a   a i ule, before :.. i a    tal despat ..      Ji malls,
nless otht rwise stated tespatrsn
d and received dall;
Lord  The  only   mails   dlspai ..   :   and   received Sunday are the G. N. K. South
and C. P. R. east mall . not Including
he   way   mails,    Sapj erton,    fraser
Mills an J Coquitlam
Ma<ls Despatched.
���'."���.:.       losed ..:  ��� li pen o'ciock
the  previous  uigbi)���Vancouver    via
G. N. R. Owl.
* a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
5. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. il. east taking all p ...'���-
ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Abbowiord aud district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, aad Matsqui are despatched by waj of Vancouver.
t. a,m.���Blaine aad Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and sOUUl;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Has
elm< r(. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except  H     -   I rairii. Ha-
2...:.- re an . Fernr! ige, which arrive on
be   Port  Gulchon  train on  Tuesdays
Thursdays  aud  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m���Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
^^_^^^^^_^^^^^^^^_      aaaaafl
^H ;..;.,- ������ Sf.awL.erry      Hill.    I'm-
rincess  Victoria   leaves  Van- i���.riaiui   ,uuj   south   Westminster,   bj
going direct to Seat-; ourj,,r (Tuesday and Friday).
���jiuptied committee rooms now as be-
fere It emptied clubs; the old role^
the old maimers arid the old style���
glorious speaking; well prepared, carefully elaborated, ootifasfiedly enaaylah,
but spoken with perfect art and con-
summato management, tbe grand conversation ei s man of the world confiding his learning and bis recollectloa>s
aud his logic to a party of gentleman
��Dd just raisins his voice enough to b#
heard through tho room.
As tbe bouse filled ho got prouder
and more oratorical, and then he poured out his speoch with rapidity, increasing after every sauteiKXi, till It
boeame a torrent of the rlel.ost words.
carrying bis hearer*, with him into enthusiasm and y<��t pot Waving thenr
time to cheer. Tlie great orator wa��
trcmbllug when bo snt down. The excitement of a triumph overcame bia.
and he bad scarcely the self possesslos
to acknowledge the eager praises which
were offered by tho ministers and others ln bis neighborhood.���From Whir
ty'a "Parliamentary Retrospect"
Mr. McNab's Condition.
Winnipeg, Jan. SO.���Hon. A. P. Mo
Nab, municipal commissioner for the
Saskatchewan  government, who  was
stricken down suddenly at the R��T".^
Alexandra  hotel  Friday morning, had
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     a good night's rest  and shows signs
ley.   The buildings will be of cement   of improvement this morning.   Hisphy-
and   stone,   and   operations   Will    bo   sicians  are  watching  closely  for  de-
commenced early In the summer. The   velopments of the affliction.
I
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I Surrey Nurseries, Ltd
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Extra   fine  lot  of rare and   beautiful
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
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See the st,ock and get our prices.
first     named    is    the    home
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
jouver 11  I in,	
le  daily except   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmvjr leaves Vancouver *
.m., daily tor Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver. 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader win leave vtetoria i"'
New v, estmlti tet  ev -ry Tui ��� I
Leaves .\".-w Westmlnstur oa Wed
nesday.
LAND   ACT.
WEST CTAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria n p.m. lsl and 14th
vach  month   tor  Quatelno  and    way
porta;   twentieth of  each  month  tor
Ahcuset,  Quatslno,  Cape
way ports.
Bcott  and
New Westminster  Land  District,  Dis
trict of New Westminster.
Take i. itice  that   William  Garland
"   iwrli. of   New Westminster,
uaptlon,    barrister at  law,
I ;-. for permission to l""'-
followlllg described lauds:
at a post planted on
the Bhon ol Welcome Pass at the
Southwest corner of Lot UTS, group
1 N-.V Wi i minster district, thence
easterly following the south boun-
dar yof Bald Lot 1478, 40 chains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit 38,78:1, thence south
���long the said westerly boundary of
���aid Tin.',, i Limit 38,78:1. 4ii chains
more or less to the southwest corner
ol said Timber Limit, thence easterly
'ollowhm the south boundary of said	
1 Llmll SO chains more or less |thereafter,
to the shore ot Halfmoon Hay, thence
Boiith,.||y, westerly and northerly
���long the shore of Halfmoon Hay and
ffelcomi Pass to point of commence-
n'"' containing one hundred and six-
V 1160 u i es more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND HAOQS,
> ' for William Garland McQuar-
rle,
��at( !. November 28rd, 1909.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leava Vancouver - p-tn. daily, except  Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo  at   7
H. a.m.
in-
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leaves  Vancouver
une 25 and July 9,
Princess    May    leaves
uno IS and July ".
Vancouver
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 8.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SEKVICt.
SS. Quevn City leaves    Vancouver
1:30 p.m.���Hast Burnany, by courier.
'j-.---1 p.m.���Burquitlam, .y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summei montns close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, dally ��� tcepl Sunday; Woodward,
Tn sday, rhursdaj ami Saturday, \i..
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall it- s-
pal ��� :. I  i- *i viv.-1  \-'u Vancnin i r I
\ a        . and     flper
Siding, vi i G. N. li, n it lb
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nlfomi kl,   and
Pun Kviis dally, Clayton on Tuesday,1
Thursday. Friday ai 1 Saturday; Tyn-.-.
head on Tue day and Friday; Bon Ac-]
cord, Tui sdaj  and Friday.
i :00  p.m.    Van. ouver and  Burnaby
lake, via it. c. i.lectin- Railway. Sal
unlay an extra mall i    despatt Iwd to '
Victoria  via  Vancouver   tl   !!lis hour
Blaine and Seattle, lui luding all U. j
S. polnta c ii i   ind Boutb, via G, N, K
I "Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second 0. P   R . east, Fra
per Mills. This mall takes the following local places; Barnet and
PortMoody, Pitt Meadows, PortHam-
[niond. Tort Hnney, Mission, Chilli-
Iwack, Harrison Hoi Springs. Agassis,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nic
ola ''mi district, and all points \ asl
ex cop l Kootenays,
Mails   Rccetvea.
ti: 15 a.iu. -Blaine and Beattte, m
eluding all U. B. points, via G, N. It
"Owl."
8:20 a.m. Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via li. C, Bleotrlo
Railway.
9:00 to initio a.m.���Strawberry Hin,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
8:80 a.ni.--Vancouver
and   Victoria.
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks, via u.^j .*. ^^  a.m.���Ladner,   PoM
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tubs-
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
-rom
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
ROYAL
ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
*Vr��bm
I
V^/f ���a-��Sa^��Vv-'.JikJ* '       "
Iday,   Thursday   and   Saturday)    Wood-
ward, via steamer J. 0. Bruce (Staves.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ton despatched and received via Van-
Prom   New   Westminster     Monday, co.uver.)
Wednesday and Friday at  8 a in. 8.,10 ���.,,,._('. p. ll. east (find train)
Chilli-wack Tueeday, Thursday |gapperton, Fraser Mills nnd CoQtUfr
|;un- i ,,   i
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Pars
and Fraser Arm.
1:80 p.m.���Kost Burnaby, by courier.
2*80 p.to-���Burquitlam, by courier.
S:80 p m    Blaine and   Heattlo, m
luding  all V  B. points.
p-40  p.m.���Second   Mall   east,  no"
lOSed   mall  from  S'rnins, find  Seattle,
nciUding  U.  S-   A.   matter,  and  also
Information
For   reservations   and
call or address
ICIl.   (i')ULIOT,
Agent, New Wi   tniio t. r
C.  B. FOSTEJR,
Asst. Con. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
J. W.  TKOUP,
General Sup��rlnten*��nt Tiatowa  Fraser Mills.
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11 ;" palmists do not tell things to
a person, but.   read
r��m the cradle to the grav
your Uf
It ah ""c t,,lu,e lo me  grave just,  as
'���"OWS ln your hand.     All readings
;' \f   '""    satisfactory or no charges
I,     :" made.      Address 613 Colum-
14 street, New Westminster, B. C.
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if j o        i Ity   ou     mat rlau.
'i he
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a-1   i.    builders, *r>-d    for    '-hat,
reaso It i       �� to
con,. source
. when the au ol
Ity comes up on, elalms foi
pei Idi Itj   are    pat imount,   be-
in and do furnish
tne best, grades at. the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Advertise    in   The   News.
SPi@y.Bufe ,^��
A
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Competiiion
THE DRAWING TOR THE BURRARD SUBDIVISION LOTS. WHICH
ARE TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN CONNECTION WITH ABOVE COMPETITION, WILL TAKE PLACE AT H. RYALL'S DRUG STORE, COLUMBIA  8TREET, ON
Tuesday Afternoon, Feb. 1
i PAGF.  EIGHT.
THE DMLY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 31
1910.
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JOHNSON'S WOOD
Is not a mere stain���. is a
deep-seat' . dye, p m .rating
the pores ol the wood and
bringing out. the b ������ q...- or its
grain. Any inexperienced person   can   apply   it.
We have just received another shipment and have all
shades In stock.
lEsss^^E^s^ra&s^aa
City News
Walgamutfi   orchestra  in    attendance at The Royal Cafe.
For Qrst-class cut Oowers and any
kind of Floral work, teleuhoue Davles
Greenhouse. B20S
The Senior Schumann club will
meet early next month at th - real
donee of Sirs. J. Travers, Fifth avenue.
The  Best   Possible
For the   LEAST: Anderson & Lusby I
MONEY.
WE ARE GOING TO TAKE STOCK,
BUT BEFORE WE DO WE ARE
REDUCING STOCK, AND WHERE
CAN YOU DO BETTR THAN AT
ADAMS'?
WE HAVE MADE GREAT REDUCTIONS IN CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. THIS LINE IS NEARLY
ALL SOLD, AND THE REMAINDER
IS TO BE SACRIFICED. SO COME
AND PROFIT, BUY AND REJOICE,
AND YOU'LL ELECT US FOR BARGAINS.
REMEMBER THAT SMALL SAVINGS  MAKE   LARGE FORTUNES.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAPviS,   Prop.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
Westminster Modern
tiusin��?s School
THE    SCHOOL    OF    HIGHER   COM-
MERCIAL   EDUCATION.
For expert methods, teaching force
and absolute thoroughness It Is the
best. Pre-eminently superior to all
others.
Your success Is assured if you leave
your training In our hands.
Property Is
Moving
It will be a wise
move on your part
to   take a hand
in the s:ame
HERE ARE SOI
GOOD BUYS
NUMBER  ONE
One    lot   on   Agues    street,
cleared, splendid location,
$1850, one third cash.
A. L.  BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
Five-acre blocks in Surrey,
on Scott road, $125 per
acre.
Four   lots,   one   block   from
Twelfth street, $425 'each.
Full   sized   lot,   near   Fifth
avenue, $550.
Eight full sized lots in Sapperton, in splendid location,
$2115 each.   A SNAP.
Wilson & Cook
Office:   Northern Crown Bank
PHONE 646. ��
New Westminster    -    .    B. C.
The Acme Clothing has made a
change In its management. .Mr. t.
Richmond is now taking charge to
place of Mr. A. Chappell, who has
resigned Lis active interest in the
buslness.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street.
The regular weekly ciuncil meet-
Ing will be held on Tuesday night,
instead of this evening, lu order to
allow some of the members of the.
council to attend the Native Sons
dance.
A good fit, and smartly cut gar-
ments . Tlie Acme Clothing company
will give you this,
i
Two men arrested in connection
with a theft at Wbonnock last week
will come up before Judge Howay for
election this morning, having been
sent down here by Police Magistrate
Ferguson, of Mission.
For fresh  Carnations, promptly de- -
livered,  phone   R208,   Davies'  Greenhouse.
|
Sam   Murphy,   alias   "Chaw."   wbo
was arrested on Friday at Steveston
for a burglary committed in Chemai-f
[ nus two years ago, has been taken to
Duncans,  where  he will  be given  a
| preliminary bearing tomorrow.    Murphy is suspected of being implicated
i in several other robberies.
I
The   entrance   to   the   office   of   W. j
I Webster,   mechanical   expert,   is   fi
j Sixth street.   Take the main eni
I to the barber shop and cafe an '
i first   door to the left.    Dn
jsee the secret of the mon > ial.     ***
Bert Douglas, assistant o ' ��� ��� '���-
ster, the mechanical expe . r urned'
Saturday, where he secure,', a larf$-
from Chilliwack Saturday, wher,. ly
secured a large number of orders Sr
"Vehster  wl.l
mechanical   work.    Mr.   Wt
go to Chilliwack this week tc
to these.
attend
Tbe Lulu Island bridge was closed
ion Saturday and Sunday to allow mo-
', chanics to make- repairs to the mo-
i tor.    When the draw was opened for
the    drat    time   the    oilier    day    thp
bridge proved to bo too heavy for the
shaft, which was sprung.   A new one
was put In place Saturday.
I
The   death   occurred   yesterday   at
the Royal Columbian hospital of Jas.
I Lee.    The  remains  will   be taken  to
Vancouver this tnornin . for bulil.
I The late Mr. Lee was a very oid man
! at   the   time  of  his   death,   and   has
many   relatives   and   friends   in   Vancouver.   A son, J. K. Lee. of Calgary,
arrived ln the city in time to see his
father before he died.
I    H. Gain and Sons, of Dewdney, are
j contemplating the establishment near
the   city   of   a   slaughter   house   and
< meat-curing   plant.      The   firm   wi,l
' make  a  specialty  of  producing  first-
' class   sugar-cured   hams   and   bacon.
The  members  of the   firm  are  now
manufacturing this product In a small
way on their own premises, but feel
| the need of enlarging their plant and
developing the trade.
' The   Fraser  River  Land   company,
. Limited, has applied for a water rec-
'< ord of IfiOO cubic feet on the COQUite
j lam river, near Hope.   It Is supposed
I that the company intends to develop
electrical energy for use at its nill..
W.  N.  Carty,  until   Saturday  manager of the Columbian, lias accepted
a position in the real estate department of the firm of Hope, Gravely &
Co., Vancouver.    lie enters- upon his
new  duties  today.
An   agreentenl   has   been   entered
Into by the Chilliwack Telephone
company and the B, C. Telephone
company by which the Chllliwaok
company takes over all their services
In Chilliwack, and have all the privileges of the long-distance Hue for
their (the Chilliwack Telephoni corns
pany's) subscribers. Negotiations,
which have been pending for some |
time between the (wo ��8ou'pan!es, |
have at uist reached a final settlement, nnd the Chilliwack conTuny
will have control on the first of February.
We dive Careful Attenlion ������������������������������<>������������������������������������������������������ ***�����������������������������*������ ������#������<������������$
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to accounts of corporations
Individuals,  anil   shall   b
meet   or   correspond   with   tliose   who i ���
contemplate making changes or open-  *
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't a Savings Account.
NOW is the best lime to btart one.
������li EIGHTH STREE1
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The ii/..,.. ii of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
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Paid up  Cipltal  Stock.   ..  $ 4.914,000   ���
Reserve r   nd $5,614,000   t
Total  Assets    $61,046,000   ���
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New  Westminster,  13.  C.  Branch,    j*
F   SHUTE   Manager. J,
Three lota corner of Eighth and
London Stret t s for
$isct;o
Half Cash
W.    S.    ROSE    Merchant!'.Bank J �� ^ i�� :
TELEPHONE 334.
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Ji
uary
earance
Is Speeding to Its
Final Finish, Sale
Ends Tonight,
JANUARY 31st
The January sale is about to come to an end-
but one day more to participate in the generous un-
derpriced values of this timely money saving
opportunity.
The train for this January sale opportunity is at
your door for the last time���are you going to board
it?
The [sale is speeding to its final finish, tonight
it ends.
The last day of the sale will be marked by exceptional price cutting on all laggards and small lots.
Women's Suits,
Coats, Skirts, Blouses,
Underwear,   Dress   Goods,
an d Housefurnishings
are marked with little regard for cost or former
prices.
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TH* STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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