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 FIRE
INSURANCE I
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER
Al CENTRAL SCKOi
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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WESTMINSTER, B   C, WED    E   DAY  MORNING, FEBRUARY  16,   1910.
FIVE CENTS P
FIVENEN DELEGATED TO
DEVELOP GLBKAN TRADE
In Presence of "Daily News"
Representative Building is
Cleared in 55 seconds.
I     , rticai :��� of the tire drill at the
I  I    was   yesterday   given
. ,, i  by    a representative oi    the
'���rjaii)  News."    An alarm was tinned
in at exuctiy 1:30 p. m., and fifty-five
jecoiids after  that the building  was
|.       The Bpeed  with    which    the
i a gol oui of the building  ran
gcarcelj   be credited by anyone who
na8 not seen It.    At the first stroke
0I ,      bell, thi   doors fly open, and
,.. |   .   the sound has died away the
I      i hlldren are out.    The tim^ for
i mi the dlfferenl  rooms vi    _
,..,:        gon{  rings lias been ai i ang-
, | .., i,in Ij   that   the pupils on the
iowei   floor  ai e   barely    oui   of  the
butldii     before  the others from  the
.. store    come down  the stairs.
Is absolutely  no crowding  or
ion.
Tin   youngest   children   have  theii
on ili��- ground floor, and they
are the first to leave.   There arc six
in the schools, and  something
Uki     " children.   The children were
not in' ��� tn l  for the    test,  as    the
������v. .1      man  dropped in quite unex-
llj   on   Engineer  Mcintosh  and
��� '   pel mission    to    ring    the
permission being granted,
was rung,   none of   the
- r pupils being aware before-
���   a   tesl   was  aboul   to  be
���
Tl    ehlldren are not ahowed tn re-
en!     I hi  building, bin are kept lined
until   the    gong  is  rung
i     the  engineer,  as   a   signal
that no danger.   None of the
'lowed  to take anything
as this would lead to
���  there  were a fire.    They
tin   work  they are at nnd start
for tl each bov and girl hav-
place they must  keep
In wl ft io out.
I   states thai when the
first   come  tbey  are
11��� ��� ��� the alarm rings, and
for (hat rea  they are given warn-
':; bi Ing   made, the
f    Ing soon wears off and when the
alarm wi    Bent  In yesterday they all
i If they liked it.
A gentleman present who watched
tie tept with considerable satisfaction, remarked that it was a pity that
(li ; 11 was not organized In some
of thi hurches as the congregation
vrmiM ��� , fifteen minutes every
Sunday and there would he much less
case of firs.
ROYM. VISIT.
Commissioners   Will   Be   Sent   to   Exposition   in   Berlin  to  Advise
Buying   of   Yankee   Goods.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 15.���The
state department has appointed a
bonorarj commissioner general and
four honorary commissioners to the
American exposition to be held in
Bi ilia. Germany, from July 4 to September of this year.
William Brumer, of Milwaukee, is
appointed bonorarj commissioner
general, lie is one of ih,. proprietors of tin- Germanla Abend Post,
one of the leading German papei s of
thi   west.
Ileman Ainetz, until recently comp-
ptroiler of the city of New York;
John Ball Osborne, at. presenl chief
of the bureau of trade n lations In
the stale di partment, and an authority on economic subjects; Irwin McLaughlin, secretary of the United
Statei eml assy at Berlin, and Hugh
(be don .Miller, a New York lawyer,
ha ��������� been appointed honorary commissioners.    These    officials    serve
PARIS WOULD SHOWER
HONORS ON ROOSEYiLT
Ex-President Not Anxious
to be Lionized���^, ill Lecture at tne Sorbonne.
,Y BIG SAlft ARE
MADE IN :W0 WEEKS
F. J. Hart & Co. Negotiate
Transfers Valued at $320,-
000 Since Feb. 1.
With    Compensation. _L_Hv I    "'aaaaaa���aaa.
The purpose of the exposition Is to jhe accepted tbe invitatio
bring German merchants anl consum-  at  "10
ers   generally   In   closer   touch   with
American   manufacturers.
RAHAM ISLAND COAl
iiSED ON "ALASKAN"
Paris, Feb, 15.���M. Llard, vice-rec- Although, In a general way, every
''"' of :.. I uiverbi .. of Paris, has one reci snizes tuat ieal estate is
been officially an\ .1 that Theo- active lu this citj uud districi at tlie
dore Rooseveli wil . :ach Paris aboul present time, few peopie have any
April 9, and thi ngth of his sta> conception of tho amount of money
will probably noi exceed three or chanting bauds day in and day out
fou   days, ovei  real estate transfers.
1 ������ ' French ;   ,'ernment Is anxious .    i ae Hrm alum���f. J. Hart & Co.,
'���   leceivi    ii     former   president   of   Lt������-has negotiated big deals valued
���e.   United  S   Leg with  the  highest   al over $320,000 since the first of the
honors.    Fren h  society  is prepared   month, an  average of aboui   $24,615
;"   lionize   l.i.n   The  literary,    philo-   tor each working day.
sophical,  gi   graphical  and scientific i    That each and every sale is bona
wil:   desire  to   entertain   him,    fide   can   be   proved   by   Ihe   details
and the American colony would like   given  In  the following list, supplied
to  give  a   banquol   In   bis  honor,  but    to the News by the linn.
Mr.   Rooseveli   has   allowed   It  to  be j     The following are the most import
understood   that    he   particularly   de-   ant   deals   bandied   throng.i   the  head
sires to avoid  any appearance oi   OS-   ollice   and   Chilliwack   blanch   since
tentatlon, and that he will pr< -���    the first of February:
as far as possible, merely the role of i    Three      waterfronl      propositions,
i   man of learning, in  which capacity j among     which     was    included    that
to lecture   waterfrontage   property   of   8uo   feet
Sorbonne,    extend, l to  him   above    the    Westminster   bridge   re-
e i My purchased by George Cunning-
through Ambassador Jusscran.d whhe
be still occupied t! ' White H mse
Mr, Roosevelt's vis!', thereto:", will
njam, Jr., ilie properties being sold to
a Vancouver syndicate, and others re-
Black Diamonds from Chief
Macintosh's Mine Used
for the First Time.
be devoid of thi ictaculai features siding outside of the city, the total
which character!?,! I "i. idenl Grant's sale price of waterfrontage being $98,-
vislt here    al  the    time of his ti ir   000.
around the world. VIr, Roosevelt's One hundri 1 and twelve acres on
wishes    will  be    cai.i 'd   out   in   the   Langley prali    . near Miner, to J. B.
Menzles. of Chilliwack, for $111,500
BIILION BOLLAR MEMR    [STRONG
W!!l NOT BEUHRIEC OUT"
By Selling 82,000 Shares in American
Telephone,   Postal  Telegraph   and
Western   Union   Remain  Rivals.
Boston,  Feb.  15.���At    the    annual
 eting of  the   MacKay    companies
here today, the nnnnun .���enient Was
made thai ihe manageueiit has decided to sell the holdings of 82.000
shares of American Telephone stock.
It. is understood that when the stock
was acquired several years ago, it
was for the purpose of obtaining control, bul since the telephone company
has purchased a substantial interest
in Western Union, the object of the
MacKay company hns failed.
With this announcement disappears the talk a a billion dollar merger, and the Postal Telegraph Cable
company, If the promise be carried
out, becomes a keener competitlor of
the Western Union.
Several months ago, the American Telephone and Telegraph company boughl George J. Gould's stock
in the Western Union, carrying practical control, it was pointed out that
the MacKay companies had approximately 82.0(10 shares of the former's
stock. This was interpreted by many
as a tacit merger of three great companies, which would mean death to
competition.
Clearence  II.  MacKay, head  of  thl
J	
prom mm
Energetic Action Taken
Against Proposed Fisheries Regulations.
The Fraser river fishermen are
making great efforts l0 have the proposed regulations at present under
the consideration of the fisheries department of the Dominion government blocked. They held a meeting
last Saturday and drafted a slron...
resolution to be sent to the government at Ottawa. Yesterday f.X .i
meeting between Mayor Lee, representing the city council; M. Sinclair.
T. S. Annandale and C. H, Stuarl
Wade, the lisheiies committee of the
hoard of trade; and T. Sheaves, J.
A. Kendal and .1. Berg, representing
the fishermen on the Fraser, If wa
decided to send in a strong protest
to the authorities at Ottawa, asking
them to reconsider the proposed regi
lations.
The fishermen passed (lie following
resolutions  and  recommendations;
"Resolved   111.  That   the   fishermen
of the Fraser river are un nlmousi
of opinion  that   the  abolition  of the
close   season   is   imperative   for   th ���
'continuation   of   the   salmon   fishery
main, but the govern n nt has de
lined to forgo the bono; if entertain- |
ing him, and the ex-presidi nl accepted the invitation of President Pal-
lieres to be bis guest at dinni ��� at the
Elysee palace. This was a ranged
by Amhassador Jusserand, wh i will i
make a special trip over the ocean
to be present during Mr. Roosevelt's
MacKay  companies,    was    quick   to   <-')  that  the use of fish traps Is th
deny that any merger had been con-  cause of the recent decrease of  the
summated  or  was  even    under  con- j Fraser  river  lisheries;   (3)   that   the
sideratlon, but the rumor would not proposed regulations suggested by the
The Matheson farm near Milner of
160 acres for ��� 16,000.
The Kir' y place on Langley prairie,
containing forty-three acres, for
$75ii'l.
The Castieman place on Langley
prairie, eighty acres, for $7350.
The   D.   S.   Curtis   residence,   New
down in nil quarters.
.u C I I
Prussian Princes Are Guests at Buckingham   Palace.
London, Feb. 16.���Prince .and P'in-
Henry of Prussia arrived hers
this morning. They will be guests
at Buckingham palace for a week.
It is understood that ihe purpose
nf the visit is to create better feeling lut ween F.ngland and Germany.
EOfiS LAID LUST SUMMER
NO LONGER FIT FOR FOOD
The steamer Alaskan, which came
from Graham Island to Vancouver a
few days ago, mad., part of the trip
undi r   steam   supplied   by   coal   taken
off land owncl by Chief ,1. W, Mcintosh, of the New Westminster pence force. Captain Brown and Mr.
MdnnSB, ship's carpenter of the
,.skan, were in the city yesterday
ling on Chief Mcintosh, whom they
have met nt Masset. Captain Brown
said that although the coal was only
the outcroppings above the ground,
and some of it was heavily charged
With salt, yet it burned we,] and supplied lots of steam. "There's lots of
coal there," said the captain, "and I
expect to see a company shipping coal
from  there within  a  twelvemonth."
The Alaskan is at present engaged
in the fishing business, and Captain
Brown is taking advantage of the
close season to have llis boat overhauled In Vancouver. He states that
there Is some of the best fishing on
the coast off the north Island.
The captain says that the American fishermen couid bear watching,
as tbey continually encroach on Canadian territory. In one instance he
states that he saw American fishermen lifting their nets ln Basset inlet,
which Is as much Canadian territory
as the Fraser river
Both    Mr.    Mclnnes   anu    ^>\\.......   >...._ ....- ,     ^^^^^^
Brown prophesy that Masset will un- I Joying an extended tour taking iu
doubtedly be a coal centre when the j the different coast cities. He is
O. T. P. starts to ran Into Prince Ru- '' greatly impressed with the climate
pert, as there ls no coal on the main    '    "*
..fay. Westminster, for $0500.
The exact program of the Sorbonne :    The   Bonsen   place  at   Aldergrove,
will not be definite,y arranged by the   eighty acres, $0100.
ro'Uioil of  the  university  until   after :    The Clarke place at Aldergrove for
further     consultation     vith     tho   ex-. $12,000.
ARDUOUS TRIP OVER
YELLOWHFAO SUMMITJiEKn
The Tait house. Eighth Btreet,
Westminster,  for  $3750.
New
at
The   Nascou   place
100 acres, for $9000.
Four  factory   sites  in  Lot  15
of New  Westminster
The    Viles    house
Aldergrove,
city
$15,300.
on    Carnarvon
presldenl. The council would like to
arrange one of Its famous fetes in
his honor, at which a Greek play
would be produced, bul It is doubt-
' : hether Mr. Roosevelt would con-
si nt.
|     It   has   heen   provisionally   decided
I that after the ,ecture, which will be j street, $3000.
given in  the Grand Amphitheater in j    Tlie Plaxton farm
(the afternoon,  a large  reception   will   near Milner.  166 acres, for $16,600,
be   held   In   the   grand   snlon   of   tne '     The    Wilkinson     house    on    Third
I university at  which  the  lecturer  will   street. New Westminster, $3500.
I meet     a     brilliant     assemblage     of |     The Parmlter property on  Annacls
island   to  J.   B,   Saint,  of   Steveston.
$7200.
Three  lots  in   Chilliwack   (the  obi
Henderson place) for $2000.
_^ ,   T11 _.     , I year;   (3) that the use of an
Dean oi i_dmonton Packers use.ess in ash traps, that
.....i ,     -a       >���        ...
Langley prairie.
Frenchmen. Including the "Forty Immortals." the leading French scientists and philosophers and other dis-
tij'puished persons.
On April 16 Mr. Roosevelt will be
received in audience bv the instltu?".
of wllich he Is a membei In virtue of
his recent election as associate member of the academy of political and
moral scientists.
IMPRESSED.
Winnipeg   Hotel   Man   Likes   British
Columbia's Mild Climate.
A.  McLeod,  proprietor  of  the  Imperial hotel ln Winnipeg and owner
of a large farm near Macgregor, Manitoba,  was a guest in  the city yes-
'rnser river. , terday.    Mr. McLeod has brought his
Mr.    Mclnnes   and   Captain ! wife and family with him and Is en
15.���Twelve
hun-
Xow York, Feb ^^^^^^^^^^^
dred pounds of canned eggs, In
twentj four cans, were seized for
condemnation by federal inspectors
in a storage plant In Greenwich street
late today. Tlie eggs arrived in New
York  from  Chicago  last  September.
Under  th,.  provisions  of  the  Food
"nd   Drugs   act   the   inspectors   held
'   '  the eggs  were unfit   for human
imption.
This is the second big seizure OI
Mined  eggs   since  the  Investigation
Twenty-three acres on Lulu Island,
In the city of New Westminster, to
Dr. Campbell, of Winnipeg, for $23.-
800.
A portion of Lot 12. South Westminster, lying south of the V. V. and
E. railway track, to Vancouver parties,  $11500.
Dwellings on Twelfth street near
Seventh avenue, $3750.
Fight hundred and thirty-two acres
at Agassiz, being a portion of Ihe eld
Hammersioy farm, to a Vancouver
syndicate for $54,000.
Many other small sales have also
been negotiated.
The activity on the South Fraser
is very marked, especially in properties within two miles of the B. C
E. Railway company's car line,
at  present the greatest  demand
International Fisheries commission
would be solely beneficial to American fishermen and mean the eventual
destruction of Canadian fishery in
the  Fraser   river  districi.
" Recommendations:   il)   That   t1"'
annual close season be abolished; (2)
season   be   rigidly   en-
merican   and    Canadian
waters,  from  6 a.   m. on  Saturday  to
('.  a.   m.  on   Monday,  throughout   the
apron is
 (the    only
j method of   preventing illegal  fishing
Takes Seventeen    Days tO  (by traps) is to lin tbe pot between
the  prohibited   hours,  and   tbat   each
Cover Fourteen Miles. government should patrol the regions
where traps are and enforce the reg-
  lulatlon    under   .stringent    penalties;
MO   that  the seals now  nourishing in
Edmondton,    Feb.    15.���Seventeen   the  Fra8er  ,-iver  be  allowed  to be
days   in   cutting   through   the   brusfc   taken  by  the  fishermen, witli  hooka
and breaking down the snow for four-   0I.   any   oth(l].   inventable   means,   or
the salmon will be exterminated; (6)
in-..   tut.   aBQ   ()e    fishing   nets   from
jseven-incb    upwards    be    permitted
throughout   the   year,   and   five   and
three-quarter  inch   mesh   be  allowed
from the 10th of July to the 31st of
[August  annually;   (6)   that no net of
greater  depth  than   sixty  meshes  be
permitted  to be used  by any  fishermen.
"This meeting Is strongly of the
opinion that the proposed regulations
as referred to hereon arc prejudicial
to the interests of British Columbia
and Canada; that the suggestions
made hereon will be fair and equit- i
able to the fishermen of both conn-
land near the G. T. P. town, nnd
Masset ls only a short distance away
by boat.
dergrove.    F. J. Hart & Co. are hav
M      ing  enquiries  daily   from   Vancouver
mc-   ,    ....    ...      ....   fo).
METHODIST MINISTER FOUND
WITH THROAT GUT IN BATH
_ British Columbia, and is surprised
to   see   grass   on   all   the   lawns   so
green. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The Russell bote, struck Mr. mc- b]Tlkprg' for properties suitable
Leod as being about one of the Desi RMbdh.lsIon flnd RPpinf, th.���
places he ever stopped at. He threatened to sell out in Winnipeg and
come here to buy the Russell out.
From what he has seen of the country
so far Mr. McLeod Is highly delighted
with it, and it is probable that he
will make a few Investments before
he returns to the prairie.
 FIRST OF DREADNOUGHT TYPE
and  at  present  the  greatest  demand j #-a����i��n   n��,   iij-mp'
is on  the  line  near  Milner and  Al    |J XAKEN  OVER  Bi   HMERIU
Philadelphia,  Feb.   15.-The    Rev
-nn,,   eggs   s.nce   the   mv���*    Oliver  Suvkh.g.  of  Fniinanti^ Mc^
^ cold storage plants was started In ! odist. Episcopal Church of    Roadbor
consequence ?? the high cost of com-1ough, ll sub,"'b of    U,ls cl >'
modifies.
Foreigners Are Safe.
London, Feb. 16.���The British con-
s,d general at Canton telegraphs to
ttte foreign office today stating thai
foreigners resident there are quite
safe. The rioting has been among
'l'1' Chinese only.
GOOD TO HIM.
Englishmen Could Not Do Too Much
For Peary's Polar Companion.
New York, Feb. 15.���"When they
discovered that I had been with
Peary they could not do too much
for me," said George Borup, who was
ati assistant with Commander Peary,
stepped   off   the   White   Star
^    fcity,    was
found dead today tn the bath tub at
at  his home with his throat cut.
A razor wns found on the floor of
the room, and It Is believed he committed suicide while temporarily Insane.
Mr. Stocking was fifty-eight years
old and was a graduate of Dickinson
college.
HOCKEY.
MATAGALPA   IS AGAIN
OCCUPIED   BY   LOYAL   FORCES
-Un-
subdivision, and seeing that on Sun
day last the B. C. E. R. Rai.way company had their steel laid to Abbots-
ford the movement has extended
there, and numerous Bales of town
lots have been effected at that
place.
In New Westminster clt.   	
est demand for lots is In the west
end of the city, near the Fburne line
and Vancouver cut-off,
Quite   a
Managua, Nicaragua, Feb. la. vu- | pprton and ln th(1 ne|Ri,borhood of
dor cover of darkness General Cham- , (])p po)nt whprp ,hp Bll,.n.,bv Iake
morra. leader of the Insurgent forces ; npw 1)np from Vancouver striKe?s Co-
ewcuted MatayUpa this morning ana ��� lumhIa st,.ept and VPry Bnortly nfter
Generals Lara. Chavarria "?/""' (grading has commenced on that line
and Rivasa, who headed the (Uliereni, ; (hp flm PTpppta ft vpry aptlve movs.
sections of the government ror<^ mont in Sapperton
which have been making a comnim-u. |    Thpr��> ,Q  1(tnwl,
Norfolk, Va., Feb. lf
States battleship Delaware, the first
of the American type of Dreadnoughts, was formally delivered to
the government upon her arrival In
the Norfolk navy yard today from
, the yards of her builders, the New-
the great- port Npws shipbuilding and Dry-
dock company.
Following   minor  alterations   to  be
_���_K������    ,    ���    . . i made to her here the Delaware  will
being receipt pfoSyt Z |g fftS *%%��*" * ,h'8 ^
teen miles over the summit of the
Ycllowhead pass, is the record of
Dona.d .McDonald, one of the oldest
packers of the north and west who
has just returned to Edmonton after
ft freighting trip to the western
slopes of the  Rockies.
Mr. McDonald left Edmonton on
December 17 with supplies for the
C. N. R. surveyors working near
Moose lake on the Fraser. thirty
miles west of the summit. He
reached Edmonton on the return nn
Tuesday, having made the first
pack trail in the history of man over
the  summit.     There  were  nine   men
In his party and thev were compelled   _   	
to break a road for thirty miles I ^8, "aad more "especially"that they
through the snow as well as to wade i ^ a))ow ^ spawn, flsh to pntpr
the Meatt river on the western slope the rfver am, procpptl to ,he sp,lwn.
of the mountains. The difficulty or j ,np gTOIin(]s jn a gound cond.,,OIli
(heir task may be imagined from the|whlog  wl���  mpan  t)m(  (he pggg w)H
be deposited when In good condition
and that the young fry will be able
to combat their natural enemies and
thereby refill our rivers, which w-ill
speedily be depleted of flsh If these
steps are not taken without delay."
Secretary Wade and T. S. Annan-
dare are looking after the matter,
and It is probable that the above
resolutions, together With a strong
.protest from the city council and the
The United ]hoard of trade, will be forwarded to
the authorities without delay.
(Continued  on  Page  TWO)
as  h
toer Baltic, on his return from Eng
,,ni1 "I met. both Lieutenant Shack-
lp'on and Captalr Scott, who are Interested in south pole explorations.
juid they could not hear enough of
' ottvmander Pearv's expedition. '
onl>' hope tho discoverer wll. lead
;'n expedition to the south pole and
ll,at I may go with him."
Three Children Burn to Death.
"ew York, Feb. 15.-���Three children
nRt their lives In a Are which des-
"oyed a tenement house on Clay
!{"et, Brooklyn, today. Two of the
"' 'hen were enveloped in flames
*n*le taking an afternoon nap.    The
,lr'i child to lose its life was a ��ve-
^ar-old girl
Renfrew Defeats Les Canadlens By
Eight to Six.
Montreal, Feb. 15.���Renfrew defeated the Canadlens tonight at the
Jubilee rink before a small audience.
The game was a good exhibition of
hockey, and the Canadlens had the
best, of the first half.
Score at half time, four to three in
their favor.
In the second half Renfrew had a
little the better of the play, and won
out by a score of eight to six.
DAUGHTER OF LORD ROBERTS
ON VISIT TO EARL GREY
New York, Feb. IE.���Lady Sybil
Grey, daughter of Earl Grey, governor general of Canada, arrived today
on the White Star liner Baltic, accompanied by Lady Aileen Roberts,
daughter of Field Marshal Lord Rob-
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attack on Matagalpa, since yesterday,
reoccupled  the city at noon.
TUG AND CREW  19
GIVEN   UP   FOR   LOST
Washington, D. C, Feb. 15.���Hope
of finding any trace of the little tug
Nina and her crew of thirty men has
been practically abandoned by officials of the United States navy department. Unless some tangible evidence is discovered by tomorrow
morning, the search will probably be
given up.
GRAND  JURY  ACTS.
Foreigner Arrested on Charge of Being White Slave Trafficker.
Albany, N. Y��� Feb. 15.���The federal
grand Jury ln session here showed
that it has given the "White Slave
traffic" some consideration when It
reported an indictment today against
Joseph Montanio. on a charge of
bringing Into the country from Canada, for immoral purposes, Rosina
Spene.lo, aged 17.   Montanio was ar-
een
be
Canada
There ls likewise a good demand
for business property on Co.nmhla
street, but owing to the prospective
rise following the paving and laying
of cement sidewalks practically all
the present owners refuse to quote
prices.
A good proportion of the purchasers of farm lands are actual settlers, although quite large areas are
being picked up by outside parties
for subdivisions.
In past years the months of January and February were always quiet,
but this year there has been no letup, January having been neany equal
to February In the volume of business
done.
HOMESTEADS.
CANADA   REAPS   BENEFIT
WHEN AMERXANS VISIt'hOME
Ca.gary, February 15.���American
agents of the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization company report
they are having material assistance
in their work of Interesting jimeri-
cans In Row Valley lands by the fact
that large numbers of former Americans who are occupying their Southern Alberta land have takeu advantage of holiday rates ir-med by railways and visited their old homes.
MINOR LEAGUE ARRANGES
SCHEDULE EOR 168 GAMES
Chicago, Feb. 15.���The American
Association of Baseball clubs today
adopted a lfiS-gamo schedule, opening
on April 13 and closing on September
25. Action on the proposed amendments and revisions of the constitution was deferred until a special
meeting of the association, to be
held in Chicago May 3.
No radical changes are contemplated. President Chivlngton said
that the proposed changes won id
merely bring the constitution up to
date.    .
German Firms Fall.
Hamburg, Feb. 15.���The failure of
seven grain firms in the province of
Schleswig, Holsteln and Hanover,
was announced ln the produce exchange today. The failures were duo
In part to speculative engagements
ln soda nitrate, and partly to short
selling of barley.
Lands Suitable for Mixed Farming
Are Thrown Open.
Winnipeg. Feb. 15.���Thirteen hundred homesteads were thrown open
today for settlement by the Dominion
lands office. A large number of these
are adapted for mixed farming. They
are situated between lakes Winnipeg
and Manitoba, where a large number
a ... *        ��� ��� .1        a^a. .._
Jeffries Will Hunt.
Omaha, Neb., Feb. 15.���James J.
Jeffries and Sam Berger passed
through here en route to San Fran--
ctf\co today. Jeffries stated that,
after looking into business matters in
San Francisco, they whl go to Los
Angeles and engage training quarters,
and then start on a month's hunting
trip before going Into active training.
Roosevelt May Go.
Portland, Me., Feb. 15.���That Theodore Roosevelt may iead the American Antarctic expedition was the
statement made by Prof. Donald B.
McMillan, the scientific member of
Commander Peary's successful north
pole party. The proposal has been
discussed among the probable members of the party, and Prof.  McMil
This is the flrrt visit of Lady |Qnpnei0  afrPd 17.    Montanio was ar- land ManitODa. wnere * large nuuiiior , uer�� ui  mc y��.^, auu ��-.y..  �����������
Roberts to New York.   She w if l=Pe^'o. "*   denBburg>    He  pleaded  nf settlers   have    already taken up   Inn hopes the former president will
the guest of Lady Grey while "��� |���,HLullt_    " land. accept.      ,       ..... ,^j,.�����iW.l
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Fatal Railway Collision. ���
Columbus, Ohio. Feb. 15.���
Eight were klhed and fifty
people were Injured, seven
trainmen seriously, today, ln
in a head-on collision between
a Hocking Valley passenger
train and a pay train at Klm-
herly. three miles south of
Nelsonvll.e.
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I ?AGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
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Classified   Advertisements
Arduuus Irip Over
Yellowttead Summit
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED.
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.    D ��� OIRL IK    IN
laur.i:: y.   Apply S 1 La in-
WE   NEED   TWO   GOOD   DOS     ..
engines   and  equipment;   prefer  '
than buy, or will
���   cedar
Co., Ltd., Box 10
9      fTED���A   GIRL   TO    HELP    ���
general    housework.      A;    .
Po .       -��������� et, and . hi   .   irei ne.
WANTED���BY    A    PREXCH-Ci
:y,  pnpfls  t    le irn   F
Anyone wishin ; to
n   ���   Pr<: i .   pie ��� -     wrib
D. G., Dally N"' - office.
WILL   PAY   A   FAIR   PRICE "FOR
��� ...   bolts.   Bee as at mill office
or  at.  Room 9,  Hank  of Com.
building.   Addre i Bo    1
Lei  Mill i o.. Ltd.
SURVEYOR.
a. p. con
DOMINION AND  B.  C.  L.\.
or, in National Plnanc4
flee,  orer   Curtis   a: ig   si
. i  Btreet,   New Insl
li. C	
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABLVET-
maker and - -.
son    street .:.      Burr block i.
nature made and  :-
sion : . nil ...    :.   su
DYER8   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
<-.r=. and dy:      *fi r-   - i la street,
:.."���     '.   e  place   where
din anl dust is removed from the
; ���n " - - ' in. Goods ca^iei
for a'. | delivered.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTH8
only,  for silte of tbn
Doi "'���   ��� ���
Phone L'iSl.
WILL   GIVE   EXPERIENCED
cedar       ���
od  bolting
offi
Co    !.' I . Boa 1003.
FISH   AND   GAME.
.- ��� VLING.   FISH
G Vi es, <       Dean
��� to Bank of M mtre&L
FURNITURE
.
I ��� :.;.-    THE   F i KS	
Dealer, U]          ri lertaker,
s and Id streeti
p h oi     17i     ii gh I
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
L   .   : :.  S      I, a.  P.  ..   a.
M.���The  regular   meet-
Lodge is held o;
.:. each n   ni
::. the Masonic Temple   Dr. W. A
De'.        B   I h, secretary.	
KING     SOL   MOX    LODGE    N
A. F. _ A. M.���Regular c
tio:.- lodg    ire held on the
. .   . . -
���   ��� p. m.   P
Broad, secretary.	
L. O.  L.,  No.  1150.���Meets    i:.
K. aiding   corner
streets, on tbe I
��� Ird Fridays oi each month. H<
I   nnett,  V.'.  :���!., Nell J, Mathison,
secretary.
ROYAL ORANGE L   DGE   No.  '-"
:���:��� ��� .- in K. of p. 1
��� . Eighth streets, first and
third   V.
I    at ��� L Igh Netherby, W. M.;
W.   S<   "'   Phlpps,  record!
��� :   J.  MacLean, finant;.    =
tary. 	
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': IngS  Ol
II.
Orr
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
FIVE   OR   SIX-ROOMED   I
to l. R. :   ��������� l
GPOCERY.
KOR   li       B .81    v ��� .   -.      ���   UK '
Food
ly Gr '������������  .Pi.   J'.'ii i :i
.    N i. 3���
this
odd Hall,
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��� tary.
Lo
WANTED TO RENT FIVE ') ��� SIX
. o imed bou i   oi   cottaj
ted.   J''i si ... Ion  Febru Ap-
I'. 0. Box 071, city.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FUKN-
lshed bedroom, suitable for two
gentlemen. Apply 828 Royal ave.,
between Seventh ami Kighth sts.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. .1. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Kcci ;r.';mt.    Tel. r 128.    Room "���
".'��� . "    ostei   Trus:   BI    '
t. T. PRLNCE, AUDITOR AND AC-
co ;ntant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
i"',. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.     P. O. Box 795.
I.  o. O.  i ..        :������   Lo        N     27
The : lodge
Odd   1 hall,
coi. i a and E
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:   Fi N   G.,  VA C. C
p.  G., i ng s     etary;   R.  a.
.-������   : ��� tary.
HARMON'S     ENi iT,  No.   2,
I.   0.   0.   P.���Meets   ever:    s cond
and    fourth    Wednesday    o:    the
month In  I. 0. 0. F. ha.ll.    G
Adams, grand patriarc     E5, L. Web
ber, scribe.
:   -   : n
fact that for more than    t'--
lid  :. '   '��������� - ���   ������-     Of a
a iay.
trij     I   the
... yellowhead
trip   bout i
��� .-    ������   ; i te used  rack .
���
the  moun-
nd this del
nd ti for    the    second
ney.
Tbe  pacl natm
being done by I
N. R. engineers  bul  thi   Information i
��� il that a party of seventeen
��� .- _��� ���    ���       Fi   >i -  and
������    -       fee, vi      h is about
��� miles wesl    I I      v-
are   rur.r ng tl       ln<    '   sards
jps from  wl .        -   Int    other
-   pari
Frasei     T        vork Is pn gn ss-
���   -���      not 1
��� ���   a   complete   sur    f   ls
that will ���  the
.  - - ������       ....      ntlnen-
McDonald, who r
:.     s
���   ��� ��� ���   ���       ng non
'   Edmonton  foi
��� rs    He cam<  to Edi    ntoi
than  a   -     rter   ol   a   century
Wii nipeg, an I  ont   of his
t  tri         '
Dai   " now n   idins?
at Noyes* Crossfi        Since  th<m  he
de many  trips,  principally  to
���>      wi -"      ' d   no  one   Is betl
conntrv t] an I ���
He left lasl :: ��� ��� by tl ���   C. N. R.
������ ���    hln wife on a trip to Wlni
He   will   re-turn   in   thi   '    I        of  a
nr two. and wib  then
���   ther freighting trip to thi   i
WILSON   & COOK
Northern  Crown   Bank   Building,  New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open  Evenings.
LOT   on   Agnes   street.   50   by   132
splendid   home   site.    Price   $-' "
one-third cash.
HOUSE AND LOT on Agnes st
eight   rooms,  fully   modem.    Price
j52 ...   fiooo cash, balani i   <��� usy.
THREE    COTTAGES   AND    THREE
LOTS,   half  block   from   car    line.
Be cottagi     a ���   i  nti d
for l:i a month, returning over 16
per cent.    J" handles this.
CORNER LOT,    Tenth    street    and
51x1 ie   cleared,  in  front  of
Moody Square.     (1500,    one-third
cash.
fine HOME on Fourth avenue,eight
roon -   :     ���  :     .    n. lot 80 bj   l M .
Pfth cash.
HOUSE   . :   ~!\   :i.-
streel   :: d cash.
HOUSE���N. -v. eight-n
Si ;  _
HOUSE and barn
on   Fifth   avenu      J1200,    one-half
sh.
HOUSE-.\. ...   tiv ��� house  on
St     Vndrewa    street     ���; 3501,   one-
third
HOUSE of Beven rooms, neaj  corner
uf Twelfth Btreet and Six;:.
11700; $70   c .-'���. balance a   rent.
COTTAGE���Ti | bree-room
cottage, on     t 66 by 100; ���> ��� 10, ;
i ish.
CHICKEN    RANCH���Fine    chlckon
ranch In Cloverdtle.
HOUSE
,
Fifth  avenue
Eleventh sti    ���     *
t' i ms ;���'��� i
LOTS��� Five f.i    . .
ton, $226 each.
TWO LOTS-.s. B. 12   I
third cash.
HOUSE  AND  LOT 0-   |
rented for $25 a i
third cash.
HOUSE ��� Ten-rooi
���'    'tern, on  Q , .
cash for a f. .,   ,;
SIX-ROOMED   HOUSE
on   Second  stre. ���   [_,.
a\-enue  and   1
$1000 c
SEVEN-ROOMED   HOUSE
avenue   b< twi ��� ���   t- nt
enth  .-;.
$500 cash.
i
LOTS���Two   full   bIzi
Bmall I ���
WILSON  _ C
Northern   Crown   Bank   r.
Westminster.   B.   C      ���
_  C.    Phon
Open  Ever
hou e    on
JOSEPH  TRAVE
Rentals,  R.
ertJ a, 767 Columbl
���Office 304, !
m   house
Warren  aven i
and Sixth Btreet
;-   ;
Modern   elgl ��� .
Third     and     Foul
planted In fru I
$2800,  cash  $16       |
month.
Lot on Second Btn ���
$825, $325 c    ���    b
I.ni on Ri gli
t! i, d c ls]    !
I.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE ROOM,
suitable for gentleman. Apply 205
Cai narvon.
TO RENT���TWO OR FOUR FUR-
nlshed rooms. Apply 917 Fifth
avenue, near Tenth street
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, BHILE9 _ Cr).
Real   I' t: te and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  Buonrban  properly,
2G0 Columbia   treet
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limbed,  Front street,    New   Westminster.     Manufacturers of modern l
saw and    shingle    mill   mncblnery, I
Mill   plants   and   specifications   pre- j
pared. I ",
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
Ii. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer |
of rnounmental tombstones, budding I
R'onc. etc.   Katlflfartion guaranteed, |
Columbia  street,  New Westminster.   /
���   .. '
FOB    SALE   -EIGHT-ROOM    HOUSE
and   iOl '      Hi      FI th   ave-
prict    $2000.     Enquire   432
Fourti enth  . treet
Si TTLERS'   ASSOCIATION OF B,
- P. /(   Brown, n inager, P. (;. Box
v >:.   i,! one  r.i
WILSON   COOK  ��  CO , 63! COLUM-
bin streel   PI oi ��� R<      E   ate
nnd [n mrani e Agent      ....    built
on e;   y ten its ol K;>b'
purchased.    If you have an ���  prop-
.     ..
LOST.
S' s s- ^~s-^- s- V ****** ******* '   -r ������ **   **\** V"s" -r s~s s~s-^f*S-'^
>.. 01 NTAIN PEN WITH T '.'o
bai .      Retui n to Newi  office
and recelvi  r( ward.
mug;~.
MRS. C. C. I [SHE I, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelll, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims. Mus Bac. Oxon.. teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GE .-
��� al ri pairing. An., thing from a
watch or clock to an automol lie
1 tei ;i echanlcal expert No
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Hloei:.	
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING.
I-   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    .f'.iirni|i^,    and  Banltas; i
house   painting,  kalsomlnlng,  paper
hanging    and    decorating.      sixth i
street. New  Westminster
O. O. P., Beulah Ri b kab lodge
No. a���The regular meetings of
this lode are h 1 I In n ,. Odd
Feliows" hall, Eight', street, corner of Carnarvon street, every first
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Matheson,
N. G.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
O. IA \V., Fras.r Lodge Ns. 3���
Meetings the first and third Tuesdays in each month. Lodge room.
A. o. r. W. hall, Odd Fellow '
block, Clarkson street. C. S. Corrigan, recorder; Qeorgi Salt, master workman.
O. F.���Court Royal Coluriil.i, No.
8808, meets in Knights of Pythias
hall on the first and third Fridays
of each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren welcome. J. j. Ran-
dnlpli,  secret ai y.
COURT BRUNETTE, No 4099, I. O.
F.���M.:\< the fourth Friday in the
month ai 8 o'ciock i , the i
hall, Odd Fellows' block. J. B. Rush.
ton, G. R : F. It. Maxwell, recording
seen tary.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPER-
ANCE���Meet  every Thursdaj  at 8
o'clock   p.   in.   iii   Odd   F( 1 OWS    hall,
Columbl i street, se, cl Councillor,
W. F, Haggman; recording secretary, George Burr.
KNIGHTS OF COLUM BI S COUNCIL
1283 ���Meets Becond and fourth
Mondays at 8 p. m. In St. Patrick's
hall, Blackwood street.
LAND   ACT.
New  Westminster  Land   D strict,  Dis
trict of N��w Westminster.
Take notice that William Garland
McQuarrie. of New Westminster, B.
C, occuaptlon, barrister at law, intends to apply for permlssl in to purchase the following described lands:
1 mmencing at a pos' planted on
the shore of Welcome Pas- al the
Southwest corner of Lo' 1478, group
l New Westminster district, thence
easterly following the south boun-
dar yof said Lot i4>, 40 chains more
or less to the westerlj boundary ,,f
Timber Limit 38,783, thence Bouth
along the said werterly boundarj ol
said Timber Limit 38,783 4 chains
more or less to the soutl corner
of said Timber Limit, i       ���.  ���   -'��� rly
following tbe|S0uth  boun      >   ol  said
Timber Limit  30 chains  more oi
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly,    westerly    and    northerly
along the shoie ol  Half mo rj B ly and
Welcome Pass to point' o   i nn
ment containii .    ���       undred and si.
ty 1160 acn n more or li   s
JOHN  FERDINAND   BAGt
Agent for William Garland McQ i
rie.
Dated. November 23rd, 191 9.'
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STRAYED.
FROM   410   ST.   GBOROE   STREET,
black   Cocker   Spaniel   pup,
four   month:-:   old.      Finder   please
-' ii n to above address.
PIANO TUNING.
PIAN08 AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac., Sll Dublin St.,
Phone  1,015.
FRATERNAL OIlOrJK Ov EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. In the Eag.es'
hall,   Columbia   street.      II.    Scho-
fi'id, secretary.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen's avenue and Fourth Btreet
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.ice station.
FOUND���A FISHING MOAT. OWNER
must claim same within ten days.
C. Mackle, Mlllside.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
TIck'-tH, 21 meals for |4. Home
cooking, All white cooks; no Oriental lalxir employed. Open day and
night      Opposite tram  office.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, Lord of the Isles
Camp 191���Meets on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of every
month in K. of P. hall. Chief, A.
Halcrow; J. J. Forrester, recording
secretary.
NATIVE SON'S OF B. C., Post No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday of the
month ln K. of P. hall. M. J. Phillips, chief factor; Angus McCoL,
secretary.
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LIVERY   STABLE.
* ***" ^- at* -^-^ .^^^-^-^ ��������� ~*-*m*~^- ^
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. Tin- Fashion Sta
bles.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store lining;
ablnet, s^air. showcases, man ten
and ddali work. Designs and 8 tl-
mates furnished, j. Brookes, pro
prletor,     Works:  Corner Eleventh
and car line.      P. (j. box 264, Phoni
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 7,
Gulchon block.      P, O. Box B94.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH* AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
btters, etc. Province office, Columhla street.      Phone 02.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, Arms and
Individuals)   and   shall   be   pleased   to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
\w. new accounts,
If  you   haven't  a  BavingS  Account.
NOW Is tbe best time to start one
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1 I
lorlng,      A   new    line    of fall Biilfc
Ing Just in,      Button making, press. I
Ing and repairing.     Room u, Bmith
block.    Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 204 Clarkson st.    Phong RaOX
^  ^^  THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE,  702  COLUJI- I
Ida    Htre*t.        Flrt.s-cla.sH     moving
pictures;   Illustrated  hours;   ntimer- I
oii�� attractions.     Program changed
Monday   Wednesday and Friday.
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The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Pald-Up     $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total   Assets      70,000,000
New   Westminster,   U.  C.   Branch,
F- SHUTE.  Manager.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, J1AKRIH-
t'-rs and Solicitors, Westminster
Trunt Hlock, Columbia street New
WcHtmlnstcr.    W.  .1.  Whttosido, H.
L, EJdmcnds,
WADK, WHEALLER dr. MoQUARRIB
(F. 0. Wade, K. c, A. Whealler, w.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, HarrlB-
tqrs, etc., 42 Lorne Btreet, opposite
COUrtbOUSe. New Westminster,
f Phono 148. Vancouver offices
Roomi 20 and 21, Williams build-
Ing, 418 Granville Btreet, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia nnd McKenzie Hts., New
Westminster,  B. C.
Phone
Your
Small
Want
Ads.
To
The
News
NOT.CE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days
date.  I.  Alexander  Cruickshank   I  c
tiur. of Matsqui, I!. ('., intend to apply for a ilci use to prospect tor coal
and petroleum on the following des-
scrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post set at the
southeast corner of District Lot 65,
group 2. New Westminster District,
and marked Alexander Crulckshank's
northeast corner; thence west to the
intersection of the section line between sections 31 and 2}, township
16, with the southern boundary of
District Lot 64, group 2, New Westminster District, thence south one
mile; t'-nce east one mile; thenct-
north o ie mile to the point of commencement and containing about filO
acres.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 28, 1910.
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If you  si      '���'���    ��� .
The   quality   of  !i.
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ed  b)   b ni.!.-' s, an i    '
on aloni   It n
i onsl li r j :
and  v. ':��� :.   ;       qui
Ity comes up our cl I
perioi Ity   are    para
cause  we  can and ,!"
the best gradi 9 at t      ;
prfces.
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New West
mlnstar.
Take notice that. John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at s post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37Ti41, about, one mile northeast of
head of Billings Ray, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east. 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence w��sf 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at. Nelson  Island,  II. C, December 20.  1009.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received bv the
undersigned up to the IBth of February, 1910, at 4 p. m., for the construction of Barnston island dyke and
works.
Plans nnd specifications may be
seen and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston Island, or at the office of
Mr. H. Nevile-Srnitb, engineer in
charge, rooms 4-fi, Dupont Block, Columbia street, New Westminster.
A deposit et|URi to five per cent
of the amount of contract must he
mado with each tender, by marked
cheque payable to the Commissioners Barnston Island Dyking Dlstrlot,
which will be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The lowest or any
tender not nwoBRarlly accepted.
COMMISSIONERS   BARNSTON
ISLAND DYKING DISTRICT,
c|o  H.  Nevlle-Smlth,  0. E��� Box 413,
New Westminster, B. C.
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Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deeper germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine ; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
mjust the right pro- \ i /
portions to cleanse \\\l///y:
easily, vigorously, J^ " ///r'''
an d without harm to i
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
j'our work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY   16, 1910
!    SKATE l
I at  the
\ Wiim Risk *
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|   "~     HOURS: I
t      Morning    10 to 12 ���
?     Afternoon 2 to 5 <>
irifj 7:20 to 10 |
I              PRICES: ;
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i      Admission   10c;    Skates   15c ���
t  i
(On   Saturdays,   10   to   12, <��
all   school   children   will   be ���
furnished  skates for 10c. J
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
AMERICAN CRUISER
HAS  INFECTIOUS CASES
Port Townsend, Wash. Feb 15-
The cruiser Washington wm'reach
Diamond Point quarantine station to
.;';:',,:;;." �������������..t �����,���.��������� ,���
fA��l8taal Burgeon Carter, In charge
ol this quarantine district, received
:'  '''""''   '' "i(': 'age from tli    Wash-
"   ".  I    '   "i!"    saying   she    was
1 untng full speJed ahead.    Dr  Cai
'''' is al ,h" quarantine Btatlon this
morning arranging for   the   landing
[and isolation of the men.   Tho Wash
I"-';"1 j,' "' her way from Honolulu
1,1 the Bremerton dry dock,
Vaccination for Typhus.
Paris, Feb. 15.-General Vincenl of
""' academy of medicine announce
"'��' discovery of an Improved mel
of vaccination  tor  typhus  conslstln
of Inoculation with macerated living
tyiilms germs.
W.  RICH   fm 9F m WESTMINSTER
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
_our  Chickens   Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
3oi �� I        '���  Bt. ��ua    f\n>i .-.vena*
��� HOI  i-   */h
TENDERS FOR SEWER l    '��
The Council la desirous o< recei ing
lenders for the Bupply of Vitrified
Sewer Pipes.
Specifications, approximate quantl-
ties and further Information e;in be
obtained from the City Engineer.
All tenders .mist be delivered to
the undersigned, marked "Tenders
for Sewer Pipes," by 5 p. m. of Pi b-
ruary 21, 1910.      \v. A  D fNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, January 27, 1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
He the wesl half of section 31 block
���'��� ���x,i   ���>��� i      i 5 west, Xew Westmi .-
Bter district.
V, In reas, Proof of the loss of Cer-
tlflcati   of TItli   N'o, 921 IF, Issu   I  In
,,;<' name of J. A. L. Mo Upin \ haa
filed in 1 lis offlc -.
Notice is In n bj  given I lal  I shal\
:!l  'l;    ���   pi a Ion of one nn nth fro h
'���' tlati of the firsl pul Icatlon her o
In .i dally newi paper published In t1; i
Cllj of New Westminster  Issue a d ���
Plicate of i1 e sal I certificate,  u iles-i
;i!i   the  ii,... niinie \  ll |  objei tion  be
made to me In writing.
C. s. KEITH
1 -i ti Id Ri   i trar of Tltl s,
Land Reglsti     i M'.'estml
s'er, ii. c , januar:   27, 1! in.
LAND   REGISTRY   / CT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, Nev Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof ol  I ie loss of Certificate  ni   Title  Nn   bei   I t,068a,  ls-
sui il   In   the   tiami     ,1   Willi un   Rox-
s been me1 In this office,
Notice Is herebj   ;iven thai I shall,
;it the expiratloi    if on ��� month from
the   date   of    il      iirsi    publication
hi I'eof in a dally newspaper published
in the City of N'ew Westminster, issue
a duplicate ot the said certificate, un-
''      I" the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, r   " . Februarv n, 1010.
Will Open Their Branch Warehouse at 7Q1-7Q5 Front Street
GN MONO A Y, FEBR VARY 21
A Full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tobacco and Cigars Will be Carried :: :;
Prompt Attention Given MAIL ORDERS
I'hcne No 662
City Delivery Free
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westtn!n<it.r.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All  boats having  full  mai I    mu
pass on the south side of the draw.
By ordi r. \V. A, DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City H 11, J in, 29, 1910,
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed!
when you , al al K< nny's. Antlcip ti m
of tootl om morse thai wil] tickli
il1" pal tte and give you genuine satisfaction are always realized after i at-
ing one of .our tender, juicy steaks,
oysters or dinners, or nny of the special dishes thai are made at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
Take notice that thirty days sfter
date, I, Barbara Vnderson of New
Westminster, B. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant ("our issioner of
Lands for 1 i_l��� t to prospect for coal
innrl petroleum under tlie following
described lands:
Commencing -1 a post marked
B rbara Anderi n'sm -i':\. st corner,
set at northeas corn r of District
Lol 206, thence ��� uth one n lie,
thence easl one-ha ! mile, thence
north one-half mile, tl nee e;ist one-
half mile, thence, hortl one-half mile,
thence west one mile to point of
eonimeneement.
BARBARA   VNDE   SON'.
Per George E. Conne-, Agent.
January  29,  1910.
Music and Drama
LOUIS   JAMES.
Writing of the leading characters
in the play which will bi seen here
tonlgl i, the dramatic ci Itic of the
Los A     .     s  Record says:
"Louli ..lines' pii sentation of King
Henry .'111. . I the Mason opera house
last nigiu Wu��� Interesting because of
the Une acting of Mr. .James himself
and tue good work of his wife, Aphle
No Chance lo Bar
n nun.        Iclwnging   the  controverted  electlo
KflSP   lR     SniKP<. :'(', and making it the same as t ie
UQ_C Mill  0pil\G_ Dominion act   The report of the edu-
I   ���,.M,.r...l         {.._,���.. ,, .      - ... ".
prenie court. Measures outlined in
the speech from the throne Include
changing  tlu
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H. GODFREY TURNER
Presents
AUD POWELL
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4
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4
4
4
4
4
4
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4
4
4
4
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One of the most Celebrated Violinistsjof
the day with   her  accompanists in the
Westminster Opera House
i
:
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that 1. Elizabeth Mc-
Culloch Bell, of Vermin, B, C, Intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on the following desci Ibed lands:
Commencing at a post marked E.
M. Hell's southeast corner, set ahin.it
one mile south of the point where
the section line between Townships
13 and 16 Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lot 46, group
2, New Westminster district, thence
west one-half mile, thence north one
I mile, thence east one-haif mile to the
point where the section line between
Townships 13 and 16 Intersect with
the southern boundary of District Lot
4fi. group 2. N'ew Westminster dis- ]
trlct, thence south t" the point of
i commnippr��eTi' a distance of about
jone mile.
ELIZABETH McCT'LLOCH PELL.
January 28, 1910.
Per George B. Conner. Agt. j
|     "Lifebuoy   Soap  is  delightfully  re- j
I freshing for hath or toilet.   For wash- ���
line:  underclothing  it    is  unequaled.
i Cleanses and purifies.
FOR  ONE NIGHT
I FRIDAY, FEB. 18th, 1910
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PRICES:
$1.50. $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.hill.es.
"As ia. at the company w.is con-
cerned, in. . oi their endeavor was
too*pleasant to easily forget.
"In   several  years  of  dramatic reviewing I do not recall any presentation of this play iu Los Angeles, and
I   presume  that  revivals of  ii  any-1
where are very few.   Vet ii contains '.
one    colossal    characterization,   and
much of the vivid sidelight Into hu- 1
m in   nature   that   is    Shakespeare's
wont,   though   there    Is    also��� when
st en out of modern eyi.'  and iss ilng
from   the   lips  in   ca elesi   actors���a
great   deai  of  material that  lends itself  to  gutteral  monologue aud bombast.
"Mr. James, of course,  played Woi-
Bey.    And it  was  a great   Wolsey he
gave,   too,   bettered,   perhaps,   by  the
apparent elocutionary efforts ol those
about   him.     For   Mr.   James   reads
blank    verse   naturally   and    delightfully.     He does not  saw  the  air  iu
1:1st ure. nor does ho thunder and bellow at his targe periods.    As a por-
trayer of the classic Louis James has
but one equal in the country,  Robert
Mantell.    The human side of Wolsey,
which a less    accomplished histrion
would lose altogether in his struggle
for the attainment of heroic proportions,   was  superbly  brought  out  by
Mr. James, and he touched a note of
real pathos in his farewell to his old
servant.
"Aphle James, as Queen Katherlne,
demonstrated the same reserve and
a proportional refinement and finish,
carrying ber big scenes with fine
poise and gaining splendid effects of
contrast by thai  fine balance."
basis of twelve and a half-cents for
every admission on its home grounds
1 and received the same on the road.
lu the future it will settle ou the
basis of twelve and a half cents for
each twenty-five cent admission, and
twenty-four cents each for all others.
This will put all the clubs on the
same basis of settlement, both at
lmme and abroad.
President   Navin,  of   Detroit
rational commission wilt be submitted, recommending a number of radical changes, and will likely cause a
prolonged   discussion.       The    s| li
notes that the value of agricultural
products has doubled in the past t a
years.
C.  N.  R.   Manager Coming  West.
Winnipeg.   Feh.   IB.���-It   is   learned
on   excellent   authority   that   General
.Manager  McLeod,  of    the  Canadian
'Northern  rai.road, is likely to transfer his headquarters to Vancouver in
an-   the near fill ure, and be will person-
nouneed that the Chicago cub would ! auy direct the construction operation!?
be   Detroit's   opponent   when   Detroit
raised  tlie  pennant
for 1909. The
date will not be deckled until the
schedule; is adopted.
of his company ln the coast province
during the next four years.
P. E. I, Legislature Opens.
Charlottetown, P. E. I., Feb. 15.���
The provincial legislature which
opened this afternoon is composed of
sixteen Liberals and thirteen Conservatives. One seat, formerly a
Conservative, is vacant, owing to tbe
appointment of a member by the Lib
NEW  PARLIAMENT
BUILDINGS   AT   WINNIPEG
Winnipeg,   Feb.   16.���Hon.   Robert
Rogers announced last night in the
legislature that the government had
decided to remove the lieutenant-
governor's residence off the presi nt
Ite   and   thereon   erect   magnificent.
erals  to be prothonotary of the su-   parliament buildings.
J {'-��*�� ���^���'wf'fe,'^
SS��t___}��_
WESTMINSTER
OPERA   HOUSE
Harry Tidy,  Manager.
Thursday, Feb. 17
With ESTHA WILLIAMS and a cast
of unusual excellence, Including
Edwiit Walter.
A Moment Seme M-**^ Attraction.
nice 'Phona Ho.      Barn 'Plione 13?
Columbia Street
����gg��6e    dellvwnw    prompt!}    (O
any  part ot ih�� city
l
Light aud ileavy Hauling
OPFICE��� THAM  OKHOi.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
Telephone 13. Office. Elflhth St.
such
"skill-
Estimates Given.
Phone 567.
J. NEWS8HEI SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       ��� B-C-
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.
MAUD   POWELL.
It would be idle to write
words as "Brilliant technique,
ful bowing" or "unusual ab.lity in ]
double stopping;" tack them to Mine, j
Poweil and then stop there. She Is |
as far above such mundane phrases
as the wild flower on the mountain j
top, placed there by nature, is su- ���
perior and more divine than the !
proud lily tended by the gardener
In the valley below. ;
It is particularly pleasant to know
that this celebrated violinist is a na- j
tive American���one of us. She
knows it not only In her winning
stage personality, but In her good ,
sense in selecting such a represents.-
tive program. There's a dash of Cei- j
tic In ber blood, and this must give |
her the poetry and fine sentiment so
marked of a wandering race. It ls
also noteworthy that her's Is not an
inherited art���not bought with somebody else's money, but bequeathed to
her as a talent to be answered for,
and tempered by bard, faithful study.
Her violin tone ls what may be called
the Powell tone���It has such a peculiar, warm, musical color. Her technique ls so wedded to her art tbat In
her case it is difficult to say where
technique begins and art ends. She
plays on a favorite Guadagninl violin,
for which she paid many thousands
of dollars, and it probably has more
than a money value. Mme. Powell
will be at the Opera house on Friday evening.
ROOSEVELT'S ADVANCE
GUARD IN SOUDAN
Gondoroko, Soudan, Feb. 15.���The
advance guard of the Roosevelt party
Is here today and the rest of the expedition will arrive tomorrow. All
the members are in excellent condition and after a two days' rest will
Journey down the Nile to Khartoum.
Col. Roosevelt and his party wlli
proceed leisure.y down the Nile in
the steam launch of Sir Reginald
Wlngate, Sirdar of the Egyptian
army. The river craft ls of yacht like
proportions and is the best on the famous river. The trip probably will
take two weeks.
TRUNKS,
VALISES,
SUIT CASES |
We carry the best
selection in town
Trunks, leather and fibre bound,
with brass corners. Prices
from $7.50 to $17.00.
Valises from $2.00 to $7.50.
Suit Cases from $2. to $18.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for Twentieth
Century Clothing
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily  News
Published hy T_e Duiiy .News Publlsn-
'.lz Company, Limited, at :heir offices,
-Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
6. A. Paige Managing  Director
UNION PLUMS LOSE
APPEAL TO P8IVY CU
��'_��!
LIST   YOUR   PROPERTY   WITH
Winnipeg      Judgement      Condemning
Journeymen to Pay $25,000 to
Master Plumbers Upheld.
WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY   16,   1910.
THE     ENGLISHMAN     IN    CANADA.
_.
J. FA
FOR QUICK SALES.
Canadians have been taking an active part in the British elections, both
as candidates and canvassers, and
the British people���with the single
exception of the Unionists in the c{t>'
of York, who dubbed Hamar Greenwood "a foreigner"���they seem to
have been welcomed as a matter of
course and with enthusiasm. A
nrv ly ji a] rte I Bi g I nman could
hardly bopi for similar welcome here,
More likely ho wouid be reproached
as a "butter-In," and he possibly
might be told by verj frank critics
th u it was "like his gall." VS bi ;.
shows that v.i.< ii ll conn i to a question of breadth the Englishman Is
bi ider than the Canadian. It Is
shown in other ways. Astonishment
is being continually expressed in the
English pi thai oung Englishmen are not  regan    ���   with  favor in
Canada.    A  legend  has  bei ���   -
versally current that H is a usage in
Canadian advertisements for heip to
add, "No English need apply." We
do noi know whether there ever was
such an advertisement or not. It is
on., of the stories that every traveller
takes home with him and that is easily repeated. We doubt If It has any .
foundation in tact, although unfortunately employers sometimes act
more or less on the principle it sug- .
gests, as the result of experience.
in explanation of this fact it may ;
be said thai   Canada Is not so weL j
off  for capable  people  that she  can '
afford to do other than welcome���and j
she   certainly   does    welcome���every i
true-hearted, capable man who comes
and  who  is  willing  to  do  things as |
they have to he done.    For the Eng- j
llshman who comes with no capacity
for getting out of the ruts which have i
given a changeless shape to his wits
��� for the  Englishman  who looks on
ail   ways   differing   from    those    to
:h he was brought up as sl.ly and
wrong,  Camnla  has.  as   a  matter  of
in cesslty, no use, and this is an opinion of iiim that for sou,,   reason the
new   Englishman   has   to  live  down.
Amoni   the young men brought up in
comfortable homes, without anj   u e-
fuJ calling, and sent oui here to make
their way in the world, are some of
the dm .-t  and sturdiest   specimi ns  of
young manhood  thi   world knows of,
bui  it  stands to reason  thai  among
thi in   there   should   also   be
whi      .   I.. ������ of superiority and social
standing make them  a.   less,  and  in
tiie eyes of the rude ridiculous.   The
man who addresses the horny-handed
as "My good  man," and  who unconsciously   uses   phrases   Implying   distinctions of class, ran not of course
see why he is disliked.   It takes even
well lntentloned men a long time to
adopt   the   social  point   of    view   of
those among whom they live.    Some
men   of   the   (n-ri'lornan   class,   who
have   failed   In   other   pursuits,   have
served the country well in the North-
west  .Mount'.d Poilce.
Handlcappi d by birth, rearing and
the lack of that education which
would fit them for life in a new
country, the failures are more to be
commiserated than condemned.
When added to this, as is too often
the case, there are habits which
caused their friends to send them
abroad���habits of frequenting barrooms and counting on remittances
���they are frankly regarded as undesirables. Those of this limited
class are much ln tlie public eye.
They are always on tbe applying list,
and they necessarily give a bad
name to a hundred times their number of efficient men who Immediately
get absorbed Into the Industries of
the country. It is probably because
England Is B very prosperous country
that the proportion of impracticables
among her emigrants is larger than
in the case of other peoples. Lord
Roberts, writing to the headmasters
of English public schools .touches
Upon this theme as related to the
Imperial policy of drawing the colonies closer to the mother country.
He is surprised to find not omy In
Canada, but In every outpost of the
Empire, the same objection to young
Englishmen, younger sons of good
families, sent to the colonies to find
openings not to be had at home. He
rightly says many of them are capable, but some have an everlasting
condescension that rasps the nerves
of real builders of empire. This condescension, which was at home ln
the parish where the squire's family
called all the commonalty by their
Christian names, la foreign and offensive among those who have no
knowledge of such  conditions.
Winnipeg. Feb. 15.���A cable from
London says: The privy council today refused the special application
of the defendants in the case of Cot-
ii-r vs. Osborne aud others leave to
appeal the decision of the court of
appeals in Winnipeg, delivered December, 100S.
The result or this was an action
for an injunction and damages,
amounting to $25,000, for picketing,
conspiracy and boycotting brought by
the master plumbers against the journeymen plumbers, gas and steam fit- j
ters helpers, local union No. 62, in
Jiuy, 1906.
We have for sale city and suburban properties
lands   and   waterfrontage,  timber land:
farming
TELEPHONE  295.
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WEDNESDAY,  FEBRU;-
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n   ���   h illy News ls i. 'i responsl
���  ���   opinion   expi ess   I by its correspondents, i
SUNDAY  CLOSING.
Editor Daily .News:
Sir,���] wish io say a tew words on
the closing of the postotfice on Sun-
��� first place Sunday is not
the Sabbath day. According to his-
tory, ii was first observed as such In
the reign of Constantine the Great.
as witness the fol.owing extract form
Code Justian. Lib. Ill, Title 1-, Section 2:
"Let all  judges and  people of the I <���_
town  rest  and all  the  various trades
be suspended on the venerable day
of the  Sun.    Those who live In the.
country,   however,   may    freely    and
wit bout   fault  attend  to  tlie  cultlva- I
tion of their fields, since it ofen happens that no other day may be suitable   for   sowing   grain   or   planting |
vines, iest with loss ot favorable opportunity  the commodities offered by
Divine    providence    should     be    destroyed."
Considering that the people of Canada are not all of the same opinion,
let each have the right to differ ac-
croding to his belief and his judgment.
I think a reform would perhaps
make some Improvement, and in that
way we may do some good. All
Christians can not agree with each
other on certain oinis, therefore
let us bear in mind that what we
wanl ls more diversity born of sincerity. DAVID HOMER.
Ruskin, B. C, February 15, 1910,
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Berlin, Feb. 15.���The Potash bill,
providing for a government monopoly in the production an I Bale of potash, was referred to a spocial committee In the Reichstag today.
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Five Cents
PER DOZEN TODAY ONLY
FOR HAT AND COAT
HOOKS.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell tor the same
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Hous-r' ctric Sad Iron is the greatest boon pos
sible. No ie d0 lPssened the household  labor.    The   Electric
Sad Iron simple that a child can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless watkins or waiting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles ''all in and let us show
them to you.
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Eburne,   B. C.
STATIONERY
FLOUR !       FLOUR ! g.
IMPERIAL $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..*6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
WE CARRY THE LARC2ST AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE 3ITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND. PLEASE LOOK IN
AND  EXAMINE OUR  STOCK.
McQuarrie & Co.Flj0nt AN1J 25 MKUC1IAXTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
Do You Want a
Furnace Installed
in your house, if   so see us.     We sell the
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
: TODHUNTER & BURR
���     Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
KIRK'S HARDWARE,NewWe.lmi���..er. B.
in Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion 8treet
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  p-;r day up.
Room  and  board |2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath $2-50 per day up'
Room with bath and board $4 Per    7'
All outside rooms, with hot and^l9.
water, steam heat, Ions d,Bt*M?Boatl
phone. 'Bub meets all trains and
The Daily News will be MP* otl
ln our reading room. u^  ,
CARLETON  GILBERT, MP- . WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY  16,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
page nv_.
Big Dry Goods House
New   Whitewear
A Splendid showing of
Ladies' Underskirts, Price  $1.25 to $5.CO
Corset Covers, Price 25c to $1.50
Drawers. Price 35c to $1.25
BLOUSES!   BLOUSES!
75c to $5.00
SEE THEM
T. ne Fashion Centre
NATIONAL
Finance Co.,
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate, Loans
and  Insurance
BUGGERS TRIM AFRICANS
IN FAST ROLLER HOCKEY
Curtis Elk., 657 Columbia St.
(Upstairs)
Properties    for    Sale:
RESIDENCES
$2300
will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $300 tjsh required.
$1900
will    handle    a   modem    twelve-room
'  ' e     on     Twelfth     street,     below
i    h    i\ van-,  including  ONE-HALF
ACRE   oi     loroughly  cultivated  land.
Price $52dU.
$5000
will   buy  a   modern   nine room   house
on  lot 66  by       :, situated  on  Agne ���
Only $1000
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
ne n   I-:, ,t street,
sh,    balance   one,    two   and    three
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ccltage, with full basement, on
n o si  set.    Price $1400.
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0 PURE GOODS ARE
COWail S Perfection COCOSI
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
MilK Chocolate
CroquettM, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
$1800
Extra Time  Required to  Decide First
Game in Zoo League at the
Pythian   Rink.
Tlie Bears defeated the Lious iast
night iu a fast game of roller hockey
which was weil worth watching. The
game was fast and exciting from start
to finish, and at the end of five ni��_>
utes extra time had to be played to
decide the victors. At the start the
Lious took the lead, but in the second half tho Bears caught up to and
passed them. About two minutes before time was up tne score stood 4-1!
in favor of the Lions, aim the excitement was intense. Just before the
bell rang, Wright tied the score with
a  well  directed  shot.
Referee Tidy announced thai the
teams would play five minutes each
wa> overtime, and they weni to ll
again. The Bears succeeded in
notching another goal, and the manager or tlie rink would noi ailow the
oilier live minutes, as there were a
lot of skaters who wen anxious to
have a skate.
Although It was tlie first game that
most of the players had taken pari
In, there was less falling around than
was expected, most of the boys showing marked ability to keep on their
feel under adverse circumstances.
Referee Tidy was very lenient, only
handing out a few penalties.
The teams were: I.ions���Sinclair,
Fisher, Goulet, Whlttaker an-1 Huff.
Bears���Burr, Wright, Keary, Beatty
and Swanson.
I will   buy   an   e'ght room   house   near
I Keary   street,   Sapperton.     Only   $600
cash required.
for
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Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession. |'i,, i
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives you a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1908. This house
is situated on the route of the New Westminster-Millside car line
(to be built this summer), when it will double in value. Price
$1750. No> 23
$400 CASH  AND $25  PER   MONTH   buys   a   new   seven-room   house
in  Sapperton;   a   good   buy.  Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years. This propertyis on the direct rout; t3 the Stave
Lake Power Company's property and is an exceptionally good
buy  In  acreage. No .364
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ite, Shiles & Co
. 746 and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
$1000
cash will handle a fully modern nine-
room house with cement foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
.$2100
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
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will buy FIVE LARGE LOTS with
small house, on Second street. Only
$300 cash  > equired.
Fighters Arrested.
Xew York, Feb. IB.���Harry Forbes,
once bantam champion of tho world,
last night knocked out Joe Coster, of
Brooklyn, it was Coster's fight for
six rounds, but Forbes had been
waiting, and in the seventh took a
big lead. Coster came out with a
rush in the eighth, but Forbes
straightened him with a left and
crossed his right to the jaw, for the
count.
NO CHANCE 10 BAR
BASE BAIL SPIKES
PORTLAND CLUB TO
TRAIN   IN   CALIFORNIA
Portland. Or., Feb. 15.���The Portland baseball club of lPlll will report at Santa Maria, California, not
later than February L'7, for early
spring practice. Orders to this effect have been sent out by Manager
American   League    Favors McCredie
The  Portland  squad,  consisting  of
Shin Scrapers ��� Philadelphia's Cinch Is Gone.
$3000
i rm-irmiTiiiirii
cash will handle six large lots. In
fruit, with modern eight-room house;
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line,  Fourth  avenue.    Price $9000.
EDMONDS   STATION
14 Lots left out of 38
���a���M __;
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
snap.
E. J. FADER
Telephone 295
$3900
will buy a beautiful ten-room house
on Third avenue, close to Sixth
street; lot 66x132. Terms one-third
cssh, balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
7000
cash will handle a three-story business block covering a lot 66x132.
This  property at the  present time   is
| bringing in a rental of about $3500
per annum.   Price $35,000, easy terms.
I terms.
Louis James
PRESENTS   SHAKESPEARE'S GRAND
HISTORICAL PLAY
HENRY VIII.
LOUIS JAMES AS "CARDINAL WOLSEY," ASSISTED BY
APHIE JAMES as "Queen Katherine"
AND A GREAT CAST.
cash���two large lots on S;xth avenue,
north side, with unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THESE LOTS
ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
and were last year planted in pot.v
toes.     Good   terms   can   be   arranged.
$3800
buys two full-sized lots centrally located on Agnes street, close to school
and churches; cleared, can be delivered for $3800 cash.
$200
COMPLETE   SCENIC   EMBELLISHMENT - COMPANY    OF    35.
p"ces $1.50, $1.00, 75c. and 50c.   Seats on sale at
Ryall's Drug Store Friday.
secures lot on Seventh avenue, near
Second street.    Price $500.
$2GOO
buys four full-sized lots on Seventh
avenue, near Sixteenth street. Only
$900 cash required.
$1000
secures lot 66x132 to lane, Royal avenue, near Tenth street. Price $2000.
Langley and Surrey Acreage
W�� have several choice pieces of
acreage on the WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM LINE, suitable
for subdivision. If you want to make
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
Good terms.
HALF-ACRE BLOCKS, In grass,
Block 14. District Lot 166a. Price
$400 each, $100 cash, balance In six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four
months.
31 ACRES, in garden, District Lot
155a, on road close to tram. Price
$600 per acre, one-fourth cash, balance one, two and three years.
18 LOTS In District Lot 53, on
good road and close to tram. Price
$4000, easy terms.
SOUTH VANCOUVER.
7 ACRES, on three roads, District
Lot 50, Block 9. Price $18,000, $4000
cash, balance spread over five years.
NATIONAL HNANCECO.,ld
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
the tali  manager, Captain  Pearl  Casey,    Catcher    Armbruster,    Howard
Guyn, Jesse Garrett, Frank Turk and
Al Lobdell, will leave Portland next
Tuesday night for the training camp.
Chicago,  Feb.   10.���The  first  day's      This  bunch  will form  the  nucleus
After the bout  the  principals and j 8ebSion of the annual schedule meet-   0f the 1910 Portland    team  at    the
the referee were arrested. ; mg 0t the American Baseball league   training grounds.   Tom Soaton, Char-
 ' j proved   uneventful.     No   action   was   ley Hartman and Buddy Ryan aiv ex-
Ketchel  Hooks up With Klaus.       j taken  on  the   adoption   of   the   1910   peeled to reach the camp as quickly
Pittsburg, Pa.. Feb. 15.���All doubt I schedule, and the adoption  if a new   as  McCredie'8  party,  which  wlh  be
concerning th�� battle between Stan-1agreement to continue the ieague was  increased by the addition of George
iey Ketchel and Frank  Klaus of Fast (also  postponed  until  tomorrow. Ort, Albert B. Krapp and Joe Smith.
Pittsburg has been dispelled. Ketchel I    The adoption of a new agreement   who are expected to come to Portland
has  agreed  to  the   weight   exactions I to   replace   the   ten-year   one,   which   before embarking for California.
made1 by Klaus, and the match will be 'ends next November, was discussed, 	
closed today. The articles stipulate and there appears to be some differ- ��� Brother of Jeffries Buys a Ranch,
thai Ketchel must weigh 160 pounds jence of opinion as to the length of Auburn, Cal.. Feb. !"������Following
al bIx o'clock. Each of the fighters, the agreement. All the clubowners the purchase of a twenty-acre ranch
;is well as the National Athletic cnih. 'agreed that the league should con- near this city hy Charles Jeffries,
will post a forfeit of $"i00. The ex- tinue. and many favored a perpetual brother of tlie former champion, it Is
act   date  of   the  light   has   not  been   agreement. rumored   here  today    that   Jim   will
decided  on,  but   the    fighters    must       The report of a committee consist-   train   here  for his  battle  witli  Jack
agree to either March 10 or 11. ' ir>S of  President  B.  B.  Johnson  and   Johnson on July 4.
  I President   Charles   A.   Comiskey,   of 1    Tho  little ranch is ideally  located
Chicago,   recommending   the   use   of   for a training camp.    It lies on  the
shoes Bowman road, near file city limits,
during the coming season, was also and tlie excel,ent roads in every di-
idopted.
"To discontinue the present style
of spikes woujxl Slow up the game,"
said Comiskey. "None of tlie substitutes thai we have would have tho
effect of the old spikes. I admit that
they are dangerouj, but I tli ink it
would lie better to adopt safeguards
such as shin-guards or something like
that .instead of doing away with the
spikes. In my opinion, baseball is
just fast enough, and we should take
no chances of reducing that speed in
any way."
It  was  decided  that  the   ���""  ladel-
aphl club should settle oa Co same |
receipt basas as ln the other teams
In the future.   On account of the tor- 1
mer   Inadequate   stands   tn   r   ladel-
phia the c'iub formerly settled on the
Jockey Now Has Guardian.
��� r. 1     T-, .     ,r     ��f..���     i������i��� ithe present   stvlc of spikes on
Fresno,   Cal.,   Feb.   15.���Mrs.   Annie '.���,.,������ 1Un ������^,t������ DQ���o���r,    m���.
Taplan  was  yesterday  appointed  by
Justice Austin of the superior court
las  guardian    of   Eddie    Taplan,  the
jockey, whose home is in this city,
it was stated by Mrs. Taplan in her
application that her son is a minor
and that lie is earning $500 per j
month. A bond of $5000 was required
by the court.
Moyie and Nelson Tie.
' Nelson. Feb. 15.���After a hard
game hero last night, Movie succeeded in tieing the score with the Nelson
hockey champions of British Columbia, the game ending 5 to 5.
i-ection   would   civ"   the   boilermaker
sufficienl  opportunity for road work.
Quits Breeding Beagles.
Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 15.���William G. Rockefeller, whose hobby for
years has been the breeding and
training of beagles, has retired from
the sport, selling his dogs, which are
housed in an $80,000 group of kennels here, said to be the finest i��
the country. During tlie last ten
years Mr. Rockefeller has sp-nt about
$250,000 on his hobby. His dogs have
won hundreds of blue ribbons.
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
(Continued on  Page Throe).
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE, PHONE 388.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR K0DAK8
AND SUPPLIES.
GfflOVtRS' LIABILITY
AN EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY POLICY Insures against loss or
expense arising from claims upon the assured for damages on account of personal Injuries, regardless of whether legal liability exists or not and whether the claims are made for Injuries actually
suffered or for injuries merely alleged to have been suffered. Each
accident reported is promptly and thoroughly investigated. If the
circumstances indicate liability on the part of the assured, steps
are taken at once with a view of settlement without litigation.
Should legal proceedings be taken, however, the company defends
the suit, defrays expenses of litigation, and up to the limits named
in the policy pays any damages which  may  be awarded.
The limits of liability undertaken are: In event of an accident
causing death or Injury of one person, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS OR UPWARD.
In event of an accident causing the death or injury of several
persons, TEN  THOUSAND DOLLARS OR   UPWARD.
The policies do not lapse upon these limits being reached, but
continue their warranty to pay within such limits every accident
that may take place during the policy year, whether few or many.
The Liability Policies of the Railway Passengers' Assurance
Company enable employers to reduce to a fixed charge an uncertain
element of business expense, which If not propsrly provided for
frequently results In financial disaster. Incidentally, they relieve
employers from much annoyance  and  anxiety.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY
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Gardsn Freshness Gf "SALADA"
iBSEN'b  i  -A'AOOA.
Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea-
producing county in the world. Ask your grocer for
a p_ckaj;e to-day������you'll like it.
  Black, Mixed uad Natural Qreen, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb. ���-
m be
OB OFFICERS
JAPANESE ARE SMUGGLING
!     RIFLES TO PHILIPPINES
Grand Black Chapter Meets
in Kamloops���Local Men
Are Honored.
Kamloops, Feb. 15���The Grand
Blacb Chapter of the Royal Black
Knights of Ireland assembled this
morning here in the I. 0. O. F. hail,
with about seventy-five delegates
present. Tlie first business was the
striking of tlie standing committees.
The reports of the grand lodge officers showed tlie institution to be in
a flourishing condition. A grant of
$250 was made to the Grand Orange
lodge of the province to assist the
organization work. A resolution was
passed endorsing the official paper,
the Orange Sentinel, and hearty fraternal greetings were sent to tiie
editor, 11. C. lloeken, by a telegram,
expressing the appreciation and approval of the Rt. Worshipful Grand
Ular!. chapter of B itlsh Coluu bi i
with the stand t....e.i by Brother
I lock.'i mi the projected Canadian
naval scheme.  '���_
Further resolutions were passed
placing on record the i osition of the
grand   biack   i h_| tei ret    ;-i   to
whal ii conceives to be the measure
of assistance to bs rendered the old
country bj   th'e'fbminion of Canatla
toward ('     upkeep of the royal navy
upon whi h the very existence of the
Domii Ion   i [  Canada,  as  al   presi nt
coi -   ''iii"i. absolutely depends.    Cop-
lei   of  these   resolutions,  to  be  for-
warded to the mosl  worshipful grand
master  of   Britten   Columbia.   Dr.   T.
S.  Sprouie,  M. P., and  Hon.  Richard
McBritle,   premier   of   Britisli   Columbia. ���' fS*f
The officers elected for the ensuing
year  are   as   follows:   Grand   master.
W.   !'.   Dunmore,   Vancouver;   deputy
grand   master.P.   C.   Pakenham.   Mission   City;    chaplain.   \V.   II.     Brett,
Vancouver:   register, J. J. Tulk, Vancouver;     li' -I    lecturer,    Alex.    Armstrong; second lecturer. P. m. Evans,
Vancouver; first censor. R. A. Sttoney,
New West minster:  second censor, D.
Gibbard. Mission City;   first standard
bearer.   D.   W.  Cross.  New  Westminster;     second    standard   bearer,     G.
Dennis.   Ladner;   pursuivant,    L.    T.
Smtrl,   Vancouver:   tyler,   Ed.   Bush,
Mission    City;    deputy   registrar,    li.
Ikinson. Kamloops.
Believed   Daring   Plot   is   on   Foot   to
Start   Islanders   on   Revolt
Against  Americans.
Manila, Feb. 15.���Great interest
was aroused in official circles today
by the report that several thousand
Japanese rifles had been landed on
the Tayabas coast. It is feared by
some that Japan is planning to In-
stal an armed force in the Philippines
such as it is said to have now in
Hawaii.
The. cruiser Chattanooga was despatched to Lamon bay to search for
the ship in which ihe rifles were
brought here.
lt is believed by many that rifles
were deliberately brought i.i by Japanese traders and ..unred over to the
natives in order to encourage them to
rebel   against  the  Americans.
The authorities have been having
great, trouble recently with smugglers and the Japanese sea-going marauders have been among the most
serious offenders.
That Japan has always had her eye
on tlie Philippine isiands everyone
here knows. The statements that
the Japanese could take Manila in
short, order has been repeatedly
; de. and only this winter has re-
b ilted in the government at Wnsh-
i gton raak ng provision for extent-
s:  e coast   fortifications.
Whether the landing of the rifles
was part of a general plot, or the
work of daring smugglers who wish
to disorganize the constabularly as
much as possible and keep them busy
with internal matters, the situation
is ,'iimost  equallv serious.
If they can keep the native tribes
in revolt they evidently think their
operations can be carried on more
j successfully.
Tayabas is tlie province which borders on the east coast of Lu;:on Island.
Bank   Robbers Get $10,000.
Bloomington, Ills.. Feb. 15.���Early
today burglars blew the safe of the
Citizejis' Bank of Chadworth. Ills.,
and escaped to the south with a
team, taking $8,000 in currency and
$2.non In silver. Night Watchman
William Kyle and Albert Kerlier, a
citizen, were bound and gagged by
tlie robbers.
Wi
Committee���E. B. Langdale. Vancouver; B. J. Westeott, Chilliwack:
T. W. Fripp. Mission City; H. T.
Thrift, Hazelmere; S. H. Lawrence,
Kamloops: ii. Birmingham, Vancou-1 date
ver;  J. W.  Whiteley, Vancouver.
Deputy grand lecturer to the most
worshipful grand b��ack chapter of
Rritish America, W. T. Jago.
Defeated Candidate Dies,
i London, Feb. 15.���Peter Francis
j Curran, unsuccessful Labor candi-
for the Jarrow division of Durham at the last election, died today,
i Curran was born In Glasgow in 1-60
land for ten years was presldent-gen-
' eral of trades unions.
Reef
p
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
ork
Quality the Best
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
Aad the tuttnintc Kc-lntton of 3rfeii.ee
to   Society.
Jbsen. ray great compatriot, has im
one of his works formulated the para
dox that the man La strongest who
stands most alone. Thar* Is certainly
some truth in this���nay, there Is much
truth In lt no far as science is concerned. The man who in the search
for truth goes bis way independently
of other men and of other eonaldera
tlous ls certainly the mi\n who Is apt
to find the greatest end most valuable
truth. On the other hand, it Is also
true that science more than most other
things ln life depends on eo-operattai.
on the help of one's fellow beings, and
thi* becomes more and more true every
day. Many people are apt to forget
what science actually is and whnt the?
owe to science, for It i^ through Be
ence that modern society actually i
Uts, and the development of s-jciet.' *-
It Is today -would be Impossible if science were eliminated. Humanity U
growing; bnt, if science and the meani
created by science at* not trowing, humanity will have to leok forward to a
very miserable ftrtnre. Therefore tli?
nation that wishes to be cared for
must support seieve and those ftio
sarry on ��� ���Icnl'.ic work. Science will
live her own lif-- and has done so evei
since the u.-.ys v.-Ij-ti PromeUieus miVJe
his fatal expedition t i the gods and
stole the fire which is more or less
burning ln every otic of us and cannot
be eitlag_ahed. There Is something
sublime ln this everlasting fire of science. Generation after generation dis
appears. The Individual ls nothiig. but
always "watchful in the tower man
shall remain in sleepless contecnple
tion."���Dr. Nansen.
The Pall MsU Oniette jmstreets i
et*��ap vrny of safeguarding a letter-
aameir, putting Insufficient pontage on
:t. "The lostotlice." says the Gasette,
"never loses a letter which Is lnsnffl
dently stamped."
The body of Georirr Penn, a Lmdoti
dog fancier, was followed to tha ��n"uvt
by four One bull terriers. They wore
black coats, on which were the words
in white letters. "Following our mas
ter to his last resting place."
Those who have no friends in Lon
don awl complain of Its great lone!'
ness now have a club all to them -'<es.
The new orcsnir.nrlon is e.\" :h��
Eligible Soda] club. Its object Is tr
br!n�� together men nid women wh��
are lonely. A vocali : and �� playwright have applied t  r mem bi r.iulp.
SHORT STORIES.
���it T1i**r  Way,
Dnrtag o  newspaper men'e cetrvei
Hon, a number of Journalists were out
afternoon   talking   of   the   tricks   of
"the   faithless   types,"   when   Ilenr;,
Watterson said.
"While I>e he��rd of a great mnnj
funnj    t.Tpccraphlcal   breaks   m   mj
time, about the oddest and most hu
morous transposition of tho types thai
ever came within my observation wa��
that In a New York paper seme yean.
ago.   That sheet used to print its ship
ping news on the same puge with the
obituaries.      Imagine   the   glee   wit;,
which  its renders found the caption*
exchangod   one   morning,   vhernby   a I
long  ll��t  of  rcipectnble  names   weri j
set   forth    under   the   marine   head.
Tassed   Through   ilell   Gate   Teste- I
day.'"-Harper**   Weekly.
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Over 4.000.000 false teeth are manrv
factured annually In the United States,
On each day in tho year there is aa
average of tiventr-one aliens dobarret*
from entering tbe port nt New York.
It li not nn uncommon thing for nng-
gets of eolld silver to be taken out of
the mines at Cobalt. Ont., weighing
from 300 to '100 pounds.
At a comparatively recent period.
geologically speaking, all that pertUw
st the United States south of the Black
���ills waa andar fre:ti 500 to t00 feet or
water.
Tbe Women's Chriatlan Temperance
__on f^rntly seat to the eaptalu of
the ('ennectinu 700 "eomfert tage" for
the sellers. TVs bags contala a BIMa
tv^dlee and thread, comb and beast
������d many ether handy articles.
Capsara John P. Wood of Prer*ece-
towa lately captured a blue abark sis
feet four laches long which aad a ve��
aefs mast hoop fourteen toeaea hi dl
aaerter arena* rta hedy between tke
denal and vevtral Has, where It had
ent aa Inch late the fteeh of the doreaJ
to,   a_t   Om   weed   wns   half
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PHONE 101.
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The Aecraire tnem.
aTersge   man   when   he   la  ���
boy." a trifle Involved.; ruminated th*
old   eodger,   "deckles   that   when   he
grew* up he will be a drum major or ��
bandR,  trl����pha_��ly  ewrlre   battles,
shipwrecks   smA   boieeatteta   aad   gnl-
>antly preteet loneeeoce aad beaaty ln
dtotreee.  Bat tbe average boy when he
beceesee a man Hade hinseif se bu��J
satlefylvg the s^petMe of the always
hungry     asertgage.    eodeavortng    to
���chiere hot ae-ar atUlnrag the emi-
nenee ef betag tke bead of his own
koneeaotd, efcaetng at the earnest so
ticftatlon of Ms many friends the p��
litlcal promia��mee whieh forerer elude*
Wm, snls���ng fhe partlenlar brand of
aealtk fegfer that wtfl in)nre him tfK
least,   raaataf   after   or   away   froa
���omethlag er ether, gettlag off a few
well cheena words, trying tn collect or
irvade tbat wbteh Is Jnetly coming t��
aim, plaentlng Us wiWs reiattves, ao
onmulattag   baMoeea,   pointing   with
Pride or viewing with alarm, aad so on
and so forth, tbat before he haa time to
be  anything   more   protuberant   thas
one of the ciphers of the minions thai
Inhabit this land of the free his unfriends are walking alow behind hh
aad saying that Bill was a pretty goo*
feller, but���and Ma women frie:uls art
ehnstenedly wondering how soon the
widow wiU marry again.   Thafs aT
fkere la ���BjgfcgWWf* man^-Puok.
'^���aar.
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are   prepared   by  e :p rl   white
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leased   lor    a   period ol
years at an  annual  rem '   m
Iacre.      Not   more   tha Jl ta
^all  be leased  ,  '     -,
company.      a n j   ��� "1 or
five  cents  per  ton  shal :
on the merchants fete-
Deputy of the Mini tVr ,
N.B.���Unauth      ������ '    t,
this advertisemi ol
for.
city.
21-MEAL   TICKET    $4.50
FOR   .
Grand Trunk Ry, Job ffr:
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London-
Hamilton, Torcnto
Montreal, Quebec
Portland, Eosic n
And all the principal Dusinejs cent< rsof
ONTARIO   QUEBEC and  the MARI-
i'lMK PitOVa.NCEi.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA-X,
V> *Ta_
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GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR BLOCK
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CANADIAN FfflE
BX. Coast SS. Si
B.  C.  COAST  SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. r
"wan  \nn*
couver. "
To  Victoria���1;;;:. p
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. dally; i';i)B
Monday.
To   Onion   nnd   Coi
Tuesdays  and  Thui
To Alaska and Northern B. C���41
p. in. January 8, 15 and i very foilo��
Ing Saturday.
:
Assistant General Passenger and Tic-      T() chilliwack  and  p ..  ,   ���
ket Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago.L   :1    ,���   Mondays   v;, ,, ;
8YNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Fridays, fmin  B. C, I |   \'J
Westminster, B. C,
For furthei   partlc il i  . call or al
dress
fd. oon.ri   '..   ���
X. v.   VVi
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Any a\aiiault Domln.on Lauds with
In the railway belt in British Colum
Lia, may be homesteaded by any per
sun who is the sole head oi a laruilj
or any male over IS years Ol age, t<
the extent of on��-quarter section oi
160  acres,   more or less.
Entry must be made personal!;, a;
the local land office tor the district
lu which the land is situate. hintrj
by proxy may, however, be made i n
certain conditions by thi? ta'tier
mother, sou. daughter, brother or Bis
ter ot an intending homesteader.
Tlie homesteader Is required to per
form the conditions connected therewith under one ot the toiiowin>;
jilans:
i (1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land or
each year tor three years.
(2) lf tlie father | or mother, if tn.-
father is decased), of the bomeBteadei
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered tor. th<- requirements
a< to residence may be satisfied 11
such ji.-rson reBldinj; with the father
or mother
CD lf the settlor has his permanent
residence upon fanning land owned
by him ln thP vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to re^ld nc��
may be sattsfleii hv residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
be given to the commission.-r of Do
minion lands a: Ottawa ol Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rl.irhts  may   be
Model Sign Works ]
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth SI ,:|
tNew Westminster.
Thco   P. Young. Prop.
English Wei
Gold Watc'aes for Ladl b IromVtTS
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'   i
$6.00.
Silver Watches, genu' open cast. |
17.50  up.
Agent for Waltham and t.gia |
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty,
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   hrom   Ceo. Adami, Cncti
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Interurban  Lln��.
Cars for Vancouver and wuy
"tatioru will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. tn. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for Loth Sap
perton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leavs tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, aud forty miou!e!
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton   Line:   Cars leave
at  ten   minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtnutea a''*r;
the  hour,  commencing at 6:j0 ,
a. m.
Sunday service
half-hdUriyW- i
tween S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m-    j
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Mi
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
t ������������������������������������������������������������.>
Manufacturers and Daeters m All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors
Interior Finish, Turr~ 1 Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes-Large  .  cck Plain, and
Fancy Ghisa
Farmers   A ttention!
Lumber Always in Stuu, for Fencing
and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Teloohone \?. New Weftmin*^
S3OTB. 41
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EDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY  16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
pITTEE ALCOUNTS
PASSED EOR PAYMENT
TlnJ
Following
committee accounts
pere i'"
loUBCll
ssed tor payment at the city
meeting on Monday evening:
Finance.
T. ,i. Trapp & Co., Ltd. .
Royal City Transfer Co.
Canadian Wesl inghouB i
Anderson & Lusby ....
Geo. Cunningham it Son
Westminster iron Works
ll. Morey & Co	
Cunningham Hat
Westminstei
Co.
I Is
2. HI)
34.41
rdware
'I'OSS    . . .
Co.
& P. Co.
2.15
/tinstone H.
[Shunter & Burr  	
h<  n   Gazette    ������
F;ul;,  vVhealler & McQuarrie
blumbiau Co., Ltd	
B,  SpecK   	
;   Aiiiiamlale   	
Pnval Columbian   Hospital   ..
p. k. Co., Ltd	
Morey & Co	
Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
ey Bros.,  Ltd	
l':.  Fales   	
*, jiorey &  Co	
|1.    Hewitt    CO	
Westminster  Press   	
E��� Rlrli  
���,,.; ] Livery & Feed Stables
I    Fair  	
Hie Dally News    -   _
-HHani   rope        394.50 land 3
|l,'s Forrester, Ben. Soc...
McBroom  	
Total
Joseph  May
Market.
5.15
.25
12.82
19.50
$5097.60
13.25
680.47
28.60
1.00
1.50
124.00 :
8.79
5.55
. 60
27.20
.    8.50
2.30
.85
7.no
23.74
1.50
NOTICE.
District   of   New   Westminster.
     -.     i.wn      aye
Take notice that thirty tlays aft<
ier, of Matsqui,
.    ....^.^.-    u:ai    Will
date, I, George B. Conne
B.  C.  intend
to  apply to  Assisi
ini
Commissioner of  Lands, New West'
minster District"'for
pect  for  coul
i license to pros-
. _-.      and petroleum on and
under tbe following land s:
Commencing al  a pest situated ai
the southwest corner of District T.ot
49,   group  2,  New   Westminster   District, and marked '".ecru,. B. Conner's
6.40  northwest corner, thenci  south along
13.00'tbe  section  line  between  section  22
a distance of one mile, thence
east  to the western  houndarv of  Districi Lol  17. group 2, New Westmlns-
_____���_  ter  District, a  distance of aboul   15
(1456.95   chains, thence north along the west-
i.00
8.011
Mail Service
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Silicon Xo. 1, Silicon No. 2. Pitt Frao Following arc the Hours or despatch
uonal, Silicon Fractional Grouped nd arrival of mails at the -New West-
Mineral Claims, situated in the New   niusier post office,  i.lie hour given in
Westminster    Mining   Division    of eaoh cuse  being tUe uour ot closing,
\<w   \v,,ut,���i������,���    ���, , , ,       . which is half an  hour, as a rule, be-
Ne*   Westminster   District,   where fore the actua, de8patcJl.    All ni.lllBi
located Pitt Lake: unless otherwise stated, are de8paT.cn-
Take notice that we, Pitt Lake d and received daily except Sunu.iy.
Brick and Cemeni Company, Limited, The only mails dispatched aud ie
Free .Miner's Certificate No. B30434, ceived Sunday are the Q. N. R. South
intend 60 days from the date hereof lend C. P. H. east mails, not including
to apply to the Mining Recorder for j he way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
a Certificate of Improvement for the | Mills and Coquitlam.
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant Mails DeSDat_ried
Of the above claims. Despatched.
And further lake notice that action      6:00 a.m.   (closed at eleven o'clock
under section 37 musl be commenced | the previous night)���Vancouver    via
G. N. R. Owl.
before   the   issuance   Of
cate of Improvements.
Dated   this   1 llli   (lay   ot
A.. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK   AND
( O., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate Xo. B30436
such Certifi-
December
CEMEN'l
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
1 3. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
| ast including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboistord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and .Matsqui are des-
1 patched by way of Vancouver.
em boundary of District Lol 47. group
2, Xew Westminster
Finance   For   Schools.
C    lis _ Co	
;:   Fales  	
Clarke  ,V   Stuart  Co J	
_       ,,   ������ ,. jriii " """ '""Bl- f��iong tne  nortn-
lohn B,  Graj           s.&u   ern boundary.of Di trie! Lot 47  group
T.Brown          1.50   2,   to  nu, western  boundarv or m*.
*************** 46.on ,trlct
230 63
1.10
2.40
��� Mayers^^^^^^^
Df.-sr;   Gilley   Bros.,   Ltd.   ..
'   Trapp  &   Co.,  Ltd	
|        ter &  Burr 	
'  Lead  	
I.ppnle   	
r   Kirk   	
I       ne H. & P. Co	
C, Ti lephone Co	
lunnil   ll   m   Hardware Co.   . .
ival City Transfer Co	
': ;  &   Co	
ii   Columbian   Printing   Co
.���i J.  Hill   	
7.65   northwest    corner    of    said   Lot   '���'
9""   group 2. a distance    of ahout    foui
82.50   cliains.  thence  east  along  the  north
8.50   ern boundary.of DI trlcl Lol 47,
to  'be  western  boundarv  or  Dis-
il  Lol  356,    group 2,    New  West-
I minster District, a distance of al I
16 cliains. thence north along the
westerly houndarv or said District
Lol 356, group 2, New Westmlnsti r
.75 District, to the northwest corni r of
the said Distrlcl Lot 356, group 2,
N'ew Westminster District, n distance
of ahout 56 1-2 chains, thence west
to the Bouthwest corner or the southeast quarter of Section 33, Township
16, a distance or about 2o
| chains
4.50
16.62
6.20
3.00
43.13
:: 50
85.no
1.50
18.00
8   a.m.���Blaine    and     Seattle,     ln-
Re the east half of section 30, block  eluding all U. S. points east and souW;
5, North range 6, Westminster, Xew land Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz-
Westminster district L Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Whereas, Prool ol the loss of (Vi'- Saturdays
tifiicate No. 9215F, issued ln the name      ...   ' ... _   ,     . ,.,.,,,,,
.,.,.,,,.,.       .       , ...   . ,���       Al   Surrej   malls  are  received  ti oui
d J. A. L. McAlpnie, has been h ed in ;,���      ,., ,   ,,  ,,,    u,.���i���i      n.,
this office Clov,nlale, except Halls  Prairie, Ha
A ���   , . ,   ,   ii   zelmere and Fernridge, whiuh arrive on
Notice Is hereby given that    shall. { Tuesdays
at the expiration o   one month from ^ Saturdays.
the date or the first publication here- ���
of In a dail-   newspaper published in I    11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
the City of New Westminster. Issue a  Central Park, via B. C. Electric KaU-
duplicate ot the said  Certificate, un-.way.
12:30   p.m.���Strawberry     Hill,   'inn
berland   and   South   Westminster,   by
oiiri.-r (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
:'
Fire.
fanstone   Heating   &   Plumb-
It e  Co $ 2.00
J. Trapp & Co., Ltd  3.3n
(odhimter fi  Burr    3.40
rackman-Ker Milling Co.   .. 59.65
T. Kirk     2.40
|oyal City Planing Mills  5.15
lersnn fi  Lusby     6.80
pph  Mayers     16 00
��� nlngham & Son   10.00
ey Bros., Ltd  15.00
li fi Coburn    v 3.75
���k Benson   	
thence      north      to      the
southeast       corner       of District
    Lot    40,    group    2,    a    distance    of
$ 569.48   about    10 l-L'   chains,     thence    west
along the  southern   boundary  of said
, District Lot  10, group 2, lo the point
or    commencement,    a   distance    of
about 40 chains.
GEORGE B. CONNER.
January 28, 1910
Locator.
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
Take  notice  thai   thirty  days  after
3.76   date I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
6.50   of  Matsqui,  B.  C,  intend    to    apply
    for a license to prospeel for coai and
$ 133.55   petroleum on  the following described
lands:
j     3.J0      Commencing  at  n  posi   marked  L.
4.00   E.  Cruickshank's    southwest   ccrner,
, ,.,���,<.u            3.50   set on the section line between town-
S. Curtis &  Co         1.75   ships 13 and 16, about one mile south
    of where said  section line Intersects
- . ,,  $    12.46   with   the   southern   boundary   of   Dis-
.  ' " trlcl T ot  10. group 2. New Westmins-
|oard of Works  First Street  Sewer.   te_ ]listHct     thence east    one  mile.
tb"ne. north to tbe southern boundary of Distrlcl Lot 64, group 2. New
Westminster District, a distance or
about 30 chains, thence west to the
southwest corner or sail District Lot
less in the meantime valid objection
lie made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Districi   Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
NOTICE.
Health,
hunti     .'.   Burr   ,.
" 'Broom   	
man
Co.
I iw   Mill
I. ,   Ltd	
\ tn    I hardware   Co,. .
p & Co., Ltd	
Planing   Mills  Co
. Kirk   	
f ,\    Lusby   	
i p mips 	
|      .   McClughan 	
ens   	
Machine Works, Ltd
I Total    .... ^^ttBtB3BMMMMMMMMMMMM
Board of Works.
Prune!     Saw Mill Co	
iyal i   i   Planing .Mills Co.
e,i   &   CO.,   Lid	
'rackman-Ker Milling Co.   . ���
Indersi     ��   Lusby  	
|l- .1. Phillips  	
I       :   Mayers   	
pf" Cunningham & Sou  ...
pumas   Ovens    	
Dl ��� I   :  on   	
::' ���   Company   	
foyal City Transfer Co.  ...��
"odhunter &  Burr  	
t"1  ii   Speck   	
/"  Map & Blue Print Co...
P'Hi'y Bros.,  Ltd	
wbaake Machine Works, Ltd.
$    20.70
668 71
562.40
67.35
2.60
11.50
0 r,.}, group 2. a distance of about 11
6.25 chains, thence north to the southern
3.35   boundary of District  Lot 403,  croup
���
27. i"1
41.4
thenci
west   to   th
1.50    chains,
southwest corner
65.00 of District Lol 404, group 2, a instance of about 55 chains, thence norib
io the southeast corner of Districi
Lot 46, group 2, a distance of about
10.50 chains, thence west to the sec-
tlon line between townships 13 and
16, a distance of about 10.45 chains,
thence south to the point of commencement, a distance or about one
mile, and containing 465 acnes more
or less.
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,    Per    Alex.   Cruickshank,
Agent.
January ��s, 1910.
In tbe Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
Xew Westminster, in tbe Province
of British Columbia, deceased:
Xotice is hereby given that all persons having any claims or demands
against the late Frederick Thrussell.
wbo died on or about the 30th day
of .November. 1003, at the City of
Xew Westminster, l,n the Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or deliver 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 iu writing of their (hums and statements of
their accounts, verified by statutorj
declaration, and the nature of the
securities (If any) bold by them.
And take notice that, after the 28th
day of February, 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled
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
the said assets or any part thereof
Dated this fifteenth (15th) day of
January.  1010.
WADE, WHEALLER it McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for Cue Above-Named Harriett  Ann Thrussell.
to any person of whose claim    she
shall  not.  then  have  received  notice.
.JI 185 10
.|   69.90
270.15
���10.05
27.80
34.26
0.70
30.00
5.10
4.20
7.75
7.20
C3.00
8.70
NOTICE.
.90
406.32
110.30
Total
Library.
Smith    $
'''!'���>���  Hi os..  Ltd	
Wcouver Daily  Province   .��
Wadian   Courier   	
"it'e   SpileialtyCo	
lam Popo   	
Total     $ 620.61
District  of  New  Westminstsr.
Take notice that  thirty days after
 ~ I date,  I,  Hamilton   Cha'imers   Crulk-
$1200.67 j Bttank, of Summerland, B. C, fanner,
I Intend to apply for n license to pros-
oj qa I pect  for  coal  and  petroleum  on  the
2260 ilowing described lands:
Rl
���t. ,1.
uracl
Parks.
Trapp & Co., Ltd. .
an-Ker Milling Co.
T. Kirk
Total
Police.
iiiisiune II. & p. co    ?     1.70
|41rs--l- l.. Mclnnes
Manchester, M. D
"Her &  nurr   	
a ii
Toil 11
Geo.
Jos.
to!.' Ai,phis
1Ml"i' Smith
'"���f. I la
10.60
5.00
2.00
1.25
15.00
9.25
         4.50
& Rothwell       14.00
'!���   Speck
p'i Mayers
o.OO I    Commencing at a post marked H.
'too   C'    Cnilkshnnk's     northeast    corner
520 00 !noR*' aot nn "10 wos,f>rly boundary of
46 05 ir>lst,''ot T,ot 47' Rroup 2, New West-
i minster  District,  about    four  chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2,  thence west  a. distance of 45 chains to the section line
between   sections   28  and    29,  township lfi, thence south one mile, (hence
east   one  mile,  thence  north   to  the
southern boundary of District Lot, 48
group   2,   thence   west   to  southwest,
corner of said District Lot 48, group
2, thence north to the northwest corner of said District Lot 48. group 2.
thence east to the westerly boundary
of  District Lot  47,  group  2,   thence
north to tbe point of commencement.
H. C. CntTIKSHANK.
January 29, 1910.
3.55
11.06
3.15
.?    17.75
L* ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Subdivisions  3, 4, 5,  6 of  Lot 43,
Suburban   Block  6    New  Westminster _ ity.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Xo. 4395F, issued in
tbe name of Annie Brown, has been
filed in tills ofiice.
Xotkv is hereby given that I sliall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof In a daily newspaper published in
the City  of Xew  Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to nie in witting.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 2, 1910.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sundaj. \\ u idward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received  via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. X. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nioomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and' Saturday; Tyn_.
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnany
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
,:-day an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver at this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. X. R
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fraser  Mills.      This mail takes the following    local    places:      Barnet   and
Port Moody,  Pitt Meadows,  Port Hammond,  Port  Haney,    Mission.    Chilliwack, Harrison  Hot Springs, Agassiz.
Lytton, Lillooet, Spenoes' Bridge, Nicola and  district,  amd ail   Dolnts east
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
ti;45  a.m.���Blaine aau    Seattle, in
eluding all  U. S. points,  via  G.  N. Ji
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hiu,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. X. R.
L0:00 to 11:00 a.m. -I.adn ir, Port
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) wood
ward, via steamer J C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:10 a.in.���C. P. R. east (first traini
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:P0 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine aad Seattle, ln-
luding all TJ. S. points.
0:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
losed  mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncluding U.  S.  A.  matter,  and  also
Fraser Mills.
tCANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
making direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
Slates. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves daily at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35  p.  in.
For further particulars apply   to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. K. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEXD YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  livery Day in the  Ye&i
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE THA IN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD
Embodies the newest ami best idea-,
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. it is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ly Illuminated train in the world. Th��
equipment consists of private compart
ment cars, standard 16 section sleep
prs, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and  buffet, library and smok-
llift  veil--
For  Time   T&lees.   Folders, or  any
further Information call on or writ")
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it will he safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need It,
and it   will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent.
Interest, Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in    Ontario.
Quebec
Wesl.
the
CAPITAL     $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
B.    C.
J. iiracey, Mgr.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha     to
Chicago,     "South     West
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
Limited"
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and iu London, Eng-
,and, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
J. S. A., and Mexico City, A general
lanklng business transacted. Let-
ers of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of JI and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota. Assets over $16S,00i),0()0.00.
NEV.' WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNEU. Manager.
No train; in the service on an.,
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Thej
wn and operate their own sleeping
md dining oars on all their trains and
-dve their patrons an excellence of
service  not  ohtalnable  elsewhere.
fi. S. ROWE, G meral Agent.
i:;i Third St.. cor  _ld��r. Portland. Or.
NOTICE TO AHCfllTtCTS.
<YA .      OLUMBIA.N    HOSPITAL-
CO    PETITIVE    DESIGNS.
Railway Time Tables
on
Toti
.$   03.30
Water.
PP  &  Co.,  Ltd $
lit  Ji Tri
l^ckman-Ker Milling Co.  .
|W1,b(?r Smith	
IHov
Kirk
nil City Planing'Mllis'co.
'.no. i
2.30
3K.00
19.00
.75
.75
1.50
^^^^^ 2.20
,,.���   |R Ovensr....'.7.77...'.!      7.oo
gnPbell & rohurn       11.06
f'n  -'V   &   A,1nm��     7'r,(1
frWham Hardware Co.  .. 925.52
hin!'    '"'"s & Co  -B0
n|ok Benson 2.60
IWb,;/,"'11"^1''1"1 *��� Son
Tnom���Jniter Ir��n Works
To
al
 $1005.07
kiu_ime��trt0 Ry- c<>- Ltd' M51M8
""Winn Oener��l TmQ���t,.l��� f��     aOfiOfi
NOTICE.
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply for a
license to prospect for coal and Petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a pest marked
Grace C. Cruickshank's northwest
corner, set at tbe southwest corner
of District. Lot 207, jnoup J, N��w
Wostmln*r*r District, thence south
one mile, thence east ore-half mile,
thence north one-half mile, thence
east one-hnlf mile, thence north one-
half mile, thence west to the point of
commencement, containing about
4R0 acres.
GRACE CONNER CUPICKSHANK,
Per O. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at. Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
isth February, for the conveyance of
Ills Majesty's malls, on propose 1 contracts for four years, 11 and 80 times
per week each way, between the
Xew Westminster Post otlice and the
Canadian Pad He Hallway Station
and the Great Northern Hallway Station, from the 1st April next.
Printed notices containing further
information ns to the conditions of
proposed contract may be seen and
blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New
Westminster, Sapperton and Queensborough. and at the ollice of the Post
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, P.. C, 7ib January. 1010.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
B   C.
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at b:at), (J:50, 7:lid and S:0U
a.m., aud every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave Xew Westminster i> r Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 9.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car* leave Vancouver for Xew Westminster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver.at 2:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
The Hoard of Managers for the
Roya Columbian Hospital invites
archi ects to submit competitive de--
dgn of a General Hospital, which it
is ronosed to erect al S ipperton,
New Westminster, B. C,
The designs shall be superscribed:
,eslgn, Royal Columbian Hospital,
and addressed to \v. il. Keary, Secretary Hoard Of Managers. Royal Columbian Hospital, Xew Westminster,
B. ('., and will ho received up to noon
Wednesday, 16th  February, 1910.
The design  placed first by tlie adjudicator  will  receive a premium  of
I $400;   Ihe second a premium of $300;
I thp third a premium ol' $200.
1       The   Hoard of   Managers   is    not
bound to erect the building from any
of tbe designs submitted.
Conditions governing competition
can be obtained by bona fide competitors upon application to the undersigned. W. H. KEARY.
Secretary Board of Managers.
New Westminster, B. C, January 7,
1910.
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT    OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the North West
quarter Section 25, Township 13, E.
C. M. District of New Westminster
and Province of British Columbia,
and ln the matter Of the Estate of
John Scott  Macdonnel'. deceased.
By order of the Honourable Mr.
Justice Morrison, dated the 7th day of
January, 1910. tenders will bo received up to January 21, 1910, by the
undersigned Tor thv* purchase or all
the Estate and Interest of John Scott
Macdonnell and his heirs In and to
nil and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises above
mentioned.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District   Registrar  of    the   Supreme
Court of British Columbia.
P
1
School Books
and
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
L
Great   Northern  Railway.
-v. N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar. Seattle 3:35
.m.
Lv.  N. W.  11  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:55
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattla 9:4U
p.m.
Lv. N. W, 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
���m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
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i
11 m.
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To Responsible PEori,K  *
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and
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Thus
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paid
to any
iddrast
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Iluttratioim aie txaol h.u
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., ���4um�� at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 P.m. ot
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. \rrives at Port
Gutchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Oulchon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;  ar. Gulchon at ��� p.m.
Every pen I
full 14 Kt. ttctid
?unrantccd
Gold���cut
ou right hand may be had
in e.ihet our standard
black opncjue pattern, or
Nou-brtakable Transpai-
rut, as ui sired, cither in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
Tou may try thla pen a Waek,
If you do ii..t li ii il it ai repreaantad,
a liolter article than you cau aa.
cure for TmiKB timi this irBrtat
run a la any other make, If not
entirely aatiafactory In every re
.[..it return It and wa will aend
you 11.10 lor It.
Cut oi* tart la our fimciia m
, ropular Bfi, Gm Ink Ptncll, _
cnaeplfte leak oroof triumph, may
he carried ir. any potltlon In
pocket oi aliopphiR hag, write, al
[ any entile at ilrat tmu:h. 1'lfili-
hum (tprlnir) feed, Tri,hum
point, pnilahed vulcanized ruhlier
caie, terra cotta flnl.h. ttetal!
everywhere for I'i.M). Agenti
wanted.   Write for termi.   Write
I now "last you forget."   Addreei
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE D MLY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY
16, 1910.
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FOR   YOUR
..:      .I?ck
STOVE
paste
Stove
���
���
���
���
���
���
Stove   Polish,   in
or       Nonesuch
In  liquid form.
FURNITURE
Polish.
FOR    YOUR ^^^^^^
Liquid   Veneer.
FOR   YOUR   SILVERWARE
Matchless  Silver Po'ish.
BUY   THESE   AT
e  ������ tt ������ ������  ������  v.
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These! .City New
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4
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Mi BsrB.    S' ilth
Wright,  who!.sali
aver, L
Davl       i      and;    Judge  Howay  has handed  down  a
,; papi lers of  decision In the case oi   _e appeal ol
secured about twen-j Lem Too against the conviction  reg-
 ��� him for selling li . ior.
The police court  finding was upheld.
j .    .i     -!���! ia. ,f tho  istered against
and in the viclnitj of the   ^,__ __���f_ ._.
ty acres of
Fraser   River   Mills.
Intends to erect a modern
on the site.
For flrstrciass cut  flowers and
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Gre< nhouse, R208
di-
company
paper miii
any
For fresh Carnations, pron ,       i
livered.   phone   R208,   Davies    G
house.
i    J.  Dayton  Williams, of Vane.
I will open today a branch store of the
; Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
Tonight the city council und the
rectors of the U. A. and I. society
will meet to discuss the proposed
grand stand in Queen's park. The
.acrosse club will also be re) n s nti d
at the meeting.
The postponed annual meeting of
Westminster Liberal association
be held in the Liberal club room
of next week,
���eeeeeo->e��<��<i^i"** ���<*������������������������
���������������>����������������������������������������*�������� ���������*���
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Do all kinds of
PLUMBING and
JOBBING at
HARDMAN'S
Telephone 281.
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:
the
11 ~^___________
|on Wednesday evening	
i when officers for the year will be
elected and considerable important
business introduced for discussion. A
I large attendence Is desired.
I, Hudson has received a large consignment   of   wall   paper,   all   in   the
��� latest and most artistic designs.    ***
About  a  hundred  member?  of  the
| Junior  R.  T.  and  T.  enjoyed  a box
social  on   Monday  evening  in  the  I.
O. O. F. hall.    Miss Laird. Miss Tidy,
ul,  Miss    Edith    Turner
De B.  Owen contrbuted
I Mason   and   Risch     Piano
The new store will be at 4CT C
bia street.
For   furniture,   careers.     linole
etc.,  try  the   New   Furniture    Store.
Denny & Galloway, 12 Sixth stn   I
Robert Jardine returned yesterday
from Ottawa, where he has been
spending a couple of weeks on business.
Call at
dinner o:
The
r
Walgamu;
ance at Tiie
-���   01 c'    S'ra
Ri    ..    '';..
afe  for  lunch
supper.        **
In    attend-
jMarsha
and Rev. A
Miss
vocal numbers to the program. The
monies received from the sale of the
boxes amounted to twelve dollars,
wllich will be expended in the pur-
of rifles for the boys.
rinse
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ore
c
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is obtained by thos
earn it.    A course in
nialifv  to
nr
Higher kwm.:
Touch Typewriting
Sh
will   Increase
your
at
salary   if   taken
Westminster Modern
Business Schoc!
A.   L.   ecUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
LOUIS   JAMES
As   Cardinal   Wolsey   in   Henry
VIII
at the Opera  House tonight.
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40 acres on Hjorth Road,
$100
Per acre.   Terms arranged.
Clients with J20I 0 0 to inv. st in
business or semi-business property in
Xew Westminster arL. desirous of
getting in touch with owners. Address replies to P. 0. l5ox 135, city. *
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Tlie bowlers San Francisco smoker-
will  be  held  tonight  in the banquet
j ball of tlie new  I. O. O. F. building.
! A good program is promised. It will
include boxing bouts, smoking contests and other delights dear to the
heart of man. Frank Major will p.ay
the piano and Nigel O'Brien will sing
The committee in charge of the program have made herculean efforts to
make tlie entertainment as enjoyable
as possible, and this, coupled with
the fact thai everyone wants to help
but tiie boys on their San Francisco
trip ought to insure a first class attendance. Dave Gilchrist has consented to act as chairman.
The home beautiful can be made
so if you select wall papers from I-
Hudson's great new stock.
Snaps   for   two   days   on'.-
seat  bedroom chairs $1 2     ca e-seat
bedroom rockers $1.8 i, I sewing
rockers $1.00 up, liea ra! rockers $2.75. See our sto^;- pile g wil,
insure   us   your    patron,; \Y.   R.
Fales. Agnes street. ***
The   advance   sale   of    seats    for
Henry   VIII.,   which   appears   at   the
Opera     house     tonight,   wtili     Louis
James  personating Cardinal  Wolsey,
I has been one of the heaviest on record, most of the high-priced sea-is being snapped up a couple of days ago. j
Mr    James   enjoys   a   reputation   for
histrionlsm   that   places   liim   in   the
front  rank of .ivlng American actors,
and   Ids  appearance  in  Westminster
should   be  considered   a  high  compli-
1 ment   to   the   dramatic   taste   of   tho
residents.
The   entrance   to   tiie   otTir,'.   of   W.
Webster, mechanical expert, Is on
; Sixth sireef. Take th" main entrance
ito the barber shop and cafe an i the
ifirst   door  to  the  left.    DroD  in   and
see the secret  of tlie  monorial.      *'"*
A large number of members of
1 Seluah Rebekah Lodge, No. j. I. O.
IO. F., travelled to Vancouver yester-
| day evening to see five Terminal
\ City Sisters receive the degree of
j Chivalry, the ceremony being carried
lout by the Vancouver Canton. Tiie
| party returned on a special 13. C. E.
R. car shortly after midnight.
Mrs. T. R. Pearson will not receive
this  week.
WS     ROSE    746 Columbia Street. X
TELEPHONE 655. %
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OPERA  HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Feb.  IG���Henry  VIII.
Feb. IT���As the Sun Went Down.
Feb. IS���Maud Powell.
March   17���A   Stubborn   Cinderella
April 0���Babies in  Toy land.
April 11���The Red Mill.
April  Id���St. Elmo.
May 11���The Gingerbread Man.
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block. New Westminster
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
a-IN���
THE       DAILY NEWd
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven-room house on Third
avenue, on car line, near Queen's avenue.    Price $2500.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO   NOT   PAY   RENT.
F. J. HART i COMPANY, United
NEW LACE;
DERIES
HAVE COME
Initial Showing of the New
Spring Designs at the most
alluring prices.
It is always an occasion to be remembered by
critical dressers when the first of these new sea m's
things arrive.
Always there are changes in patterning^, changes
that are as fascinating as the filmy weaves and
stitching themselves.
The clever workmen and workwomen of the far
away countries where these things are produced in
finest example of workmanship and designing have
worked with greater skill and appreciation of artistic possibilities tnan ever before.
Swiss edgings, insertions and matched
designs in embroideries of all qualities
and laces of every description are here
You will be charmed from the moment
you look at the first yard until you
have seen every one of them.
We shall not have to urge our customers overmuch in order to start these laces and embroideries
whisking away from the store-they will sell at sight.
But most earnestly do we suggest that you
come to examine them while the assortment is complete. You may not wish to buy but even in that
case there's much of enjoyment and interest in store
for you here.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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