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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 30.
M PPYv
l i r,E   |j
ASSURANCc ;
WHITE, SMILES a CO. i
NEW   WESTMINSTER. ��
INDIAN ru'Livu
BELONGS TO CITY
Mayor Lee Secures Deed to
Twenty Acres of Valuable
West End Land.
MOW WESTMINSTER, B. O, SATURD/ V MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1910.
HARDY TRAIL BLAZER
VISITS WINNIPEG
The Indian reserve in the West end
ot the city, lying south of Sixth avenue between Sixteenth    nnd    Elgh-
���'.,,,,!,  streets,  Is  now  the  property
��� Hie city.    Negotiations bave been
under  way  for  some  time  with   the
ol | ,.,   ���f  securing  the  property   for
lt) and yesterday Mayor John A.
L(   ,.;,������.  bone-  from   Victoria  with
tne deed for the reversionary  rights
,lf n,e provim e In bis pocket.
The property was res : ved  by the
lnion  government  In    the    first
Man Who Has Mushed the I
Northland fur Years Gets
Back to Civilization.
Winnipeg, Feb. -1.���Major Moody,
one of the most famous of the Royal
Northwesl Mounted Police force, is
in the city on his way to headquarters at Regina, alter six ami a half
years' service on the i udson bay.
The major is one of the trail-blazers
of the force, and when there Is any
difficult task to accomplish he is
usually the man selected.
���EDIGAl S"
Lta.5
DESTROYED IN ERE
SNvANt FARMER
! UNITED STATES
Fire in New York M: y Result in Shortage of Medicines for Isthmus Zone.
MURDERS FAMILY
Finding Ground inGraveyard
Frozen. Man Kills Wife
and Four Children.
New i ik. Feb. 4.- For tbe second
time wit! In two yi at 3 the medical
supply departn em of the l'nited
Stat, armj was turned out of its
headquarters ;.'.. \\Vst and Vestry
streets, on the 1 ver west side waterfront today, thi;  time with a loss var-
Fergui Falis, Minn.. Feb. 4.���William K :ih Im, a farn 1 r aged 36
year.;. iurdero.1 his wife and four
chlidr 1 and shot himself last night
at Parkers Prairie. He was found
dylc when bis son went to the farm
tod y. Ruckhelm is believed to have
be   1   temporarily   insane.    N'o  other
DE
U L!.i.
GUNBOAT BOMlRDS
CITY Of GREYTOWN
Coast Is   Open  to  Foreign I Action of Insurgents in Ni-
Invasion at  Any Tiim caragua   Interfere   with
Defences Valueless. Great Britain's Interests.
for Indian uses, but as the Indians had not lived on the property
f0r some years, it reverts back to the
Dr0vince. it will still be necessary
for the city to apply to the Dominion
government for the land, but that Is
, .. .,,,,- of form as lt has practically
no further interest In lt one - the Indians move away.
Land  Is  Va'uiblbe.
Tbe reserve Is an extremely valuable piece of property within tbe city
tjmitE      It   comprises     about     twenty
acres  with   an   extensive   waterfront
the North Ann. Fifth avenue
runs directly through the property
and it is bisected by the Eburne line
0f        b. C. K. R.   At a conservative
��� ,    the reserve Is worth $30,000
.      < .   pHc . the  city  will  hue  to
pay before it receives a clear title Will
i.   merely nominal.
May Build  School  There.
nd  has not    been  in pos-
city long enough to < n-
fathers   to   make  any
e use of the reserve, but
re  already   rife  as  to
possible  1 It   Is   quite   probable
si Ii 10I   board   will   make   a
' ���   have a part of it set aside
for 1       I pur] oses.   One <>f the trustees l' marked yesterday that    a   new
il would soon have t 1 b - built
west end, an ! the Indian re-
. woul I make an Ideal site.
Has Travelled  Far.
In 1896 be was sent into the Yukon
by the Overland route. In 1903 be
went to Full-it .n to establish u post
and In 1904 he was In charge of the
government steamer Arctic during tho
cruise in the Arctic, regions, Captain
Hernier  being   the  sailing  master.
At present the major is la command at. Fort Churchill. He went to
Churchill from Fullerton tn 1903 to
watch the American whalers who
were fishing ln Hudson bay waters.
Fullerton is 500 miles north of
Churchill, and when the post was established there it became a centre for
I all tbe Eskimos of the district There
are no Indians there, and the Eskimos bunt and fish for their living.
During his three years' Stay at this
pot t " e .; y ..as called to Ottawa
and ti!  in  charge of the steamer
Arctic for its cruise around the Hudson bay and Arctic regions. He came
south with the Arctic i.i 1906 and
went north the same year on the Nep-
1 tune.
^^^^^^^ |m ihe for the crime  h 1 1  been  dls-
���nisly  estlmnti J  at  between  $750,000   , ,vered.
""a $1,000,000. j    Ruckhelm declared that he bad re-
Panama Will Suffer. celved a divine commati I  to proceed
to a certain graveyard, where he and
rious as the  monetary, j nla ramiH  were 10 exhume   several
loss to tn    government is the lncon-  bodies, using nnlv their bare hands. |
venlenoe    aused to the sanitary de- | unless this command was carried out
before Easter, Ruckhelm said, he and
his family would be dragged to death.
Fully  a-
Had   a   Thrilling   Time.
the   trip   from  Churchill
Rhodes Scholar Named.
Toronto, Feb. 4.���Alfred L. Burt, a
51 luati of Victoria college, very
r ami of high standing In all
branches of study, has been named
Rhodes scholar at Oxford by the Unt
��� ���   ���������   of Toronto.
they
once
PRESS IS CLASSED A3
A PUBLIC UTILITY
Argument That Newspapers Must Not
Be   Government-Controlled   Wins
Debate for McGill Boys.
That it wouid not be in tb - best
interests of Canada that all public
utilitle should be nationalized was
the verdict of the judges who decided
en the debate between McGill and
Columbian   colleges  last  evening.
The college men did some S<10'1
work, but the word "all" in the subject or the debate proved to he their
undoing. The McGill debaters made
the most of this, and went so far as
te say that If all public utilities were
place 1 under government control It
wo ild mean that the press would be
cri pi iced, and that was out ��f ,ne
question.
The local men advanced strong
proofs to show that the railways and
telegraphs should be under govern-
control but the newspaper argument
floored them.
F. D Braden, Robert Braden and
I 1.'rev Laldley represented Columbian college, and ll. Holland R. ^'",-
tb and J| McRea looked nf er the McGill interests.
The bulges were Kev. Dr. Taylor.
Principal Brough, of the Seymour
IHmIi School, Vacouver, and W. S.
Hansford.
Althougfl	
was very uneventful, the major had a
thrilling time in  trying to ge:  south
for Christmas, and his trip bad to be
��� abandon 'd    on    account    Of   bis   party
being caught iii a storm that raged
tor five days and sl\ nights. They
bad only lefl Chu cl ill when this
storm struck them, and they were
compelled to go into camp for a n im-
bi r of days and were on half rations
for four days.
They pushed on. however, in the
hope of striking some game with
which to replenish their Btock of
food, but being ui successful
turned back to Fort Churchill
more.
The storm lit which tbey were
Caught was one of tbe worst ever Bx
perlenced in the Hudson bay district,
but outside of that the weather Ins
been very mild this winter an ' M.!
decrees below was their coldest
day.
Too Warm  For Eskimos.
Major Moody an I his party left on
their trip on December 23, and they
averaged thirty-five miles a day all
the  way down.
Sergeant Nichols and two constables came out with the ma or. and
in addition to this an Eskimo driver
and an interpreter as far as Gimll,
Tbe Eskimo had never been south
before, and as the weather Is not
cold enough to suit him he la going
right back to the bay.
Interests In  Hudson  Bny  Road.
Major Moody Is deeply interested in
the Hudson Hay railway, and he was
anxious for all particulars as to the
progress of the plans to build this
road. Having been stationed at
Churchill for a number of years, he
naturally favors that port for the terminal, and says that lt Is ahvoys open
before the Nelson river. The Ice, he
says, drifts down Into the mouth of
the Nelson river and blocks navigation.
He thinks lt would take two million
dollars to make the Nelson harbor as
good as the one at Churchill I9 at
present.
partment of the Panama canal com
mission. A consignment of medicai
supplies to the canal zone, valued at
$10,000, packed and ready for shipment, was among the things Jest roved, nr.d it Is feared a serious
shortage on the isthmus will result.
A similar supply department i :u St.
Louis.
Water  Wo ''ed   Hav^c.
The hlgh-pressuri water ervice,
although it final, flooded t tt the fire
and saved the net rl y downtown ware.
bouses, worked sad havoc in the adjacent property.
One stream, monif ii trily deflected,
tore through a dwelli 1 . house window and almost drown d Miss May
Kass, 70 years old.
After examining the graveyard and
finding that it would be Impossible
to perform the task on a-, o nt of
frozen ground Ruckhelm said lie
killed his family to escape divine
[ vengeance.
FEW   FAILURES.
VICTORIA   LEADS.
Thirty   Hrms   Suspended   in   Canada
in Past Week.
New    York.  Feb.     1.���Bradstreet's
Strl ���   of   'IV 'le   tomorrow   will    say: I
Ban '   cle, tin     at  thirteen    Canadian j
cities for the week terminating with i
February   3   aggregated   $100,704,000,
six per c nt I   low last week, but an
Increase 1 E LM.; per cent over the corresponding week last year.   Canadian j
business failures for the week ending
with Thursday last number thirty, as
against   forty-three    hist    week   and;
forty-seven in the like we -2 in 1909.'   j
Pioneer Editor Dead.
Helena.  Mont., Feb.  4.���A.  J. Fisk. i
 a   pioneer   newspaperman    of     Mem-:
626,000,  increase   Gfi.7:   Toronto  $29,-ltana, and the man  who first  sent to
212,000, Increase 4.3:   Winnipeg $14.-lthe   world   the   news  of   the   Custer
592,000,   increase   1M.3;   Ottawa   $3,-1 masBacre, died at his home here early
1780.000, Increase 26.9; Quebec $2,275,-1 today.
0, increase 19.9:   Halifax. N. S., $1,- 	
923,000, Increase  14.4;   Hamilton. $1,-1 Machinists on Strike.
683 000 increase 16.8: St John. N.B j gouth Bethlehem, Pa.. Feb. 4.-Be-
$1,333,000, increase 14.4: Calgary $2 - ,UVr, Q ,.������ .������, g00 macnlnlsta 0f the
083,000, increase 46.1; London, Ont, Bethlehm stee] n���n,limv wen, on a
$1,191000, increase 11.1; Victoria, % ?fi.lke tod wh( ,���,,,: d,.nl.tnd tor
C, $1,708,000, Increase 97.5, Edmonton tlme nnd naif fo, 0vertim< was re-
$1,121,000, increase 53.7. fused.
Washington, Feb. 4.���it was learned today Unit the report of the general staff of tin- army will point out
that the l'nited States is totally unprepared for war at the present time
and that the elaborate coast defence
offers little security because of the
country's defenselessness against
laud attacks.
The report, which soon is to be
submitted, is the result of an investigation upon which its authors have
been  working for two years.
lt   is   understood     that   it   will   set ,
forth a comparative plan for re-organization of the army with a   properly
proportioned    and   effective     fighting
machine as the great object ln view.
One of the leading officials of the ]
administration in discussing the subject today pointed out some ot the
weakenesses. He declared that the
l'nited Stales' position as a world
power really lias been assumed and
that its continuance depends upon the
acquiescence of foreign cabinets and
the re-organization of the army Bo
that it can be mobilized to defend
the eoasts from land attacks.
His   statement   which   was   s"nt   to ,
foreshadow the report of the general |
Managua. Xicarauga, Feb. 4 - The
insurgent boat Ometepe appeared off
Greytown on Tuesday and bombarded the city for about twenty minutes.
Nine houses were set on lire by the
shells from the gunboat.
Tbe shore batteries replied vigorously and succeeded in disabling tiie
Ometepe, which was finally forced to
retire.
Sailed  on  Monday.
The (revol'utionary gunboat Ometepe, in company with tlie gunboats
Pioneer and Blaca, sailed last Monday   from  Bluefields,  destined   for a
point in the north of Greytown, where
Ten troops of the government were re
ported to bo entrenched. Genei
Estrada and General Watuty and 61 >
provisional troops were on board 1
gunboats, which prior to sailing li I
taken on board ammunition and
tested their guns.
The United States cruiser U :;
Moines sailed for Greyto-,vn the fallowing morning.
British  Cruiser There.
Capital City Shows Remarkible Increase   in   Bank   Clearings.
New York. Feb. 4.���Bradstreet's
weekly bank clearings show the following:
Dominion of Canada���Montreal, 33,-
113.O00, increase 25.5;  Vancouver $0,-
staff, set forth that the standing army
of the United States is not strong
enough to prevent a foreign foe from
capturing the strongest coast cities,
lt would take six months to even prepare to repel foreign invaders, it is
stated. Following are some of the
arguments  to  be  set forth:
Japan couid land 100,000 veteran
troops on the Pacific coast, within
three weeks and could put double
thai number upon American soil,
wit bin  ten days more.
In two weeks Germany could place
a trained army of 200,000 upon the
Atlantic coast of the l'nited States.
Recently Captain Thelnger, of die
British cruiser Scylla, made an ollicial
declarationthat that there should be
no fighting at Greytown, where there
are large British interests am where
the British consul is generallj reported to be connected with certain
enterprises in which the former president, Seelaya, was also interested.
It is said be requested that a warship be sent to Greytown and that
the appearance of the cruiser followed
as a  result.
Captain Thelnger re [uested that
Captain Shipley,
WANT TRADER TC RESUME
m to capital city
AMERICAN RAILROAD
MEN TO QUIT MEXICO
No Direct Service Between Westmin-   Voting Unanimously to Leave Service
ster and Victoria Since January 3 of  National  Lines���Date  Not
���Representations Made. Yet   Set.
RED CROSS SOCIETY DOING
ADMIRABLE WORK 10 PARIS
Washington, D. C, Feb. 4.���A do-
"Patch to the state department from
Ambassador Bacon states that the
Associated Press despatches from
Paris show very accurately the conditions which prevail there as the result of the great flood.
The ambassador adds that the
needs of the poor are being admirably
n"'t by the Red Cross and local charitable organizations, but that the des-
titiit,, wm De ln grPat npe(j of asslflt-
!i""' for at least a month to come,
ail(l therefore further contributions
from America will be very acceptable.
Appointed Deputy Game Warden.
T   B. Pumphry, of Sapperton,   has
hfH,n  appointed  a deputy  game war-
den
FRATERNAL NEWSPAPERS AIR
GRIEVANCE AT WASHINGTON
Washington, F(lb. 4.���Representatives of the fraternal press of the
country appeared before the House
committee on postofflces and post
roads today to protest against the recent ruling of the third assistant postmaster general, which prohibits them
from carrying in their columns commercial advertisements not directly
germane, to their fraternity.
The fraternal press allege discrimination in this respect against them
and In favor of all other publications
which pass through the mails as second-class  matter.
There has been no direct steamer
communication between this city and
Victoria since January 3, when the
Trader made the first and last trip
of the year to date. At the present
time tho Trader Is engaged ln conveying part of the herring catch from
Nanaimo to Victoria, and it is unlikely the C. P. R. will replace the
boat on this run unless strong representations are made.
Bearing this ln mind, L. B. Lushy,
chairman of navigation committee
of tlie board of trade, yesterday wrote
to the local agent of the company
asking to have the direct service resumed. A communication asking the
cooperation of the Victoria board of
trade in this matter was sent to that
body.
It is not expected anything definite will result for at least a week,
or probably for an even longer
period,
War Emergency  Fund.
j Washington. D. C. Feb. 4.���A despatch to the state department from
Counsel Oliveras at Managua states
that the Nlcaraguan congress has authorized an issue of 1,000,000 pesos
as a war emergency fund, in addition
to tho 500,000 previously appropriated.
H Indus For California.
Victoria, Feb. 4.���Included among
the steerage passengers of the
steamer Manchuria, which reached
San Francisco on Monday, were 175
Hindus to be employed on California
railroads.
Identified By Bit of Coat.
San Bernardino, Cal., Feb. 4.���
Through the medium of a fragment
torn from a coat, a body found beside
the railroad track last October has
been Identified as that of Harry Al-
den, salesman for a Baltimore firm,
who  disappeared   uist   November.
Cohen Gets Out on Bail.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4.���Ferdinand
Cohen, the waiter who is charged with
kidnapping Roberta PeJanon, the
voiing heiress of this city, was released from prison this afternoon on
$150(1 ball. The bond was signed by
the proprietor of a small bakery.
Mexico City, Feb. 4.���That   American engineers and conductors of the
\ Interoceanic  branch  of  th,,   National
lines  of   Mexico  have  so far    voted
\ without a dissenting voice to resign,
! was  the  report   received   today   from
\ the men    now canvassing    the    employes.
Representatives of the union of the
Central branch report    that    ninety-
eight per cent of the men so far approached have cast  their ballots f��r
resignation.    In Mexico City the men
I are   voting    almost    unanimously   to
; leave  the  service.     The  joint     committee of engineers and    conductors
.will meet here on February 7 to couni
the ballots and officially tender their
i resignations.
Young Farmer Killed.
Winnipeg, Feb. 4.���Bleeding from
a gunshot wound in tlie arm, Edward
i Kalinskl. a young farmer Of Wood-
ridge. Manitoba, was brought into tha
city diis morning. He was taken to
St. Boniface hospital. The young
man. however, was In such a weakened condition from loss of blood
that he died at noon. The accident
Is further saddened by the fact that
the unfortunate man has a wlf,. lying
111 in a room of the upper ward of the
hospital.
Boycotting Hat Makers are
Mulcted in Heavy Damages
Hartford, Conn., Feb. 4.���A new
declaration of Independence is what
Attorney Davenport, of Bridgeport,
calls the verdict of $222,000 rendered
today ln the United States court by
the jury ln the suit of 1). E. Loewe,
of Danbury, against twenty-five hat-
makers of this state, members of the
Union Hatters of North America.
After being out a little over three
hours the Jury orderd actual damages
of $74,000 to the plantlff, but as the
suit was brought under tha) Sherman
anti-trust law triple damages must be
assessed.
There was a remarkable scene in
the courtroom when the verdict waa
announced. Defendants ln attendance
were stunned and groups discussed
the significance of the blow.
A conference with the court followed, at which it was decided to give
the attorneys for the defens 1 a hearing on March 7, when a motion to set
aside the verdict on the ground of
being excessive will be argued.
The assessments of costB will
amount to at least $10,000.
Attorney Davenport, senior counse.
for the plaintiff, said of the verdict:
"It means that individual members
of labor unions are bound by the actions of their officers and they can
not allow them to do as they please
Secondly, it means that the Sherman
anti-trust law protects manufacturers
and merchants from boycott attacks.
In substance lt Is a new declaration
of Independence."
A bill of exceptions will be filed
by the defense, and the case will
eventual.y reach the United States
supreme court.
TOOK AUDITOR FOR IsOilBER
AND MADE HIM DEHAVE
of th U. S. S. Des
Once intrenched in the coast cities, i ^��ln^8' '" ^i;;u tne no-combat order,
a foreign army of 150,000 veterans| ,' Ul" American officer did not com-
could hold out   indefinitely    against  p\'.
Ifive  times   thai   number  of'American     ,""'   b���1��   waB   lu'1-1   at  Greytown
troops,  it   is  contend id. Itha1 Captain Shipley had received in-
it  is pointed out that the army is structions from Washington to have
(largely depended upon for coast de- (nothing whateverto do with thy or-
fense, but  it can defend only on one   U,M-
coast   at   a  time and    under  present 1 	
j conditions it  would be impossible to'
predict which might be attacked,
Also it Ib urged, the navy is essentia.ly an aggressive weapon nnd
should not be tied up for coast defence, because an nvader, unmolested,
might capture the l'nited States insular possessions and then send
emissaries to sign a peace pact.
It is a well-known fact that there Is
considerable dissatisfaction    on    the
part of officers in certain branches of j
the United States army who contend
that the army has not    been    given i
proper  attention  In   recent   years  In >
the matter of appropriations.
Some oflclals here ar,. Inclined to 1
believe that the talk of danger to the
coasts Is perhaps ln some degree the
work of agitators representing these |
factions of the army who desire to
gain large appropriations, The general staff, however, has had the matter under .-'-rious consideration for
some time and when their report Is
submitted it is Oxpected that it will
be  en  official    document    that will
carry   much   weigh'   an 1   receive  the I     Bay   City,   Mich.,   Feb.   4.���Auditor
most serious attention. I Cameron, of the state department of
public Instruction, had the surprise
of his life when he reached tha farmhouse of the treasurer of District No.
4 in Williams township today.
Upon the auditor's demand to see
the books and money, the treasurer,
George Forester, whipped his horse
into a gallop and disappeared. He ie-
turned wtih his brother-in-law. both
armed.
With his hands held high above ''Is
head, they marched the auditor into
the house, and the treasurer's wife
was then directed to count the district
funds under the eye of the visitor and
his guards.
"I was not satisfied with hls credentials, and thought he might be a
robber," said Forester, explaining the
District Treasurer Was Dubious About
Bona Fides of Visitor, So Pulled
a  Gun  on   Him.
TWENTY DETECTIVES START
AFTEil FOGS DOAROERS
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 4.���A. Blackley,
district attorney of Allegheny county,
litis sent out th . entire force of
twenty county detectives to gather
evidence of conspiracy to hoard foodstuffs and boost prices. Any evidence
obtained will be placed In the hands
of the United States distrlcl attorney.
The district attorney was moved to
take this step by the report made to episode
him that 10,000 pounds o. butter had
been placed ln cold storage by B local
creamery, to be released when prices
went higher.
Churches have taken up the crusade, and several have announced
great support to he given by the Ladles'  Aid  society.
Stop  Eating   Meat.
Seattle, Feb. 4.���A diet without
meat was tried at the two dormitories
of the University of Washington for
jone week, and If the experiment is
successful meat will be dropped permanently.
C. N. R. NOT BUYING
B. C. COAL AREAS
Toronto, Feb. 4.William Mackenzie
was today shown a despatch stating
that the Canadian Northern railway
was buying large coal areas on Vancouver Island for a sum aggregating
$11,000,000.
"The Canadian Northern railway,"
sold Mr. Mackenzie, "is building railways in British Columbia. It is not
doing anything like tbat."
When aBked lf Mr. Mackenzie, Mr.
Mann, or Mackenzie &. Mann, were
doing anything like that, Mr. Mackenzie hesitated a moment and then replied:
"The Canadian Northern Is not doing anything like that."
The emphasis was placed on "Cana-
FREE CARRIAGE OF MAIL
PROPOSED FOR ROOSEVELT
Washington, Feb. 4.���-The carriage
free of all mall matter sent by Theodore Roosevelt Is proposed by Representative Hamilton Fish, of New
York, who introduced a Dill to that
effect today.   The bill reads:
"That all mall matter sent by Theodore Roosevelt, late president of the
United States, under his written autograph signature, be conveyed free of
postage during his natural life."
Franking prlvllegs are now enjoyed
:
\
dlan  Northern."    Mr,  Mann declined I by both Mrs". Cleveland and Mrs. Har-
to talk about lt. lrlson, widows of ex-presidents. PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY
an;
ll-
Classified   Advertisements
WANTED���APPRE5NTICBS  IN   THE
millinery  department   \V.   S.  Collis-
ter Ai Co.    Inquire at once.
STRONG BOY���TO LEARN HARD-
ware business. Apply in own handwriting to "S," tliis office.
WANTEL ��� PARTNER WITH
about $2000, for first-class business
proposition. Address H. Margolyes,
104 Georgia street, Vancouver, B.C.
WANTED���A
A.  F. COTTON,
DOMINION AND U. C. LAND ^r!:-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street, New Westminster.
B. C.
housework,
street, city.
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Apply  432  Fourteenth
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework about February 1. Apply
Mrs.  J.   P.   Hampton  Bole.
WANTED���POSITION    BY    JAPAN-
ese, cooking or day work.    Room 3,
I 10 Columbia street.
TENANT WANTED���TWO MONTHS
only,  for suite of  three, rooms  In
Dominion Trust block, furnished if
so  desired.    Plione L381.
WANTED���FOR A LADY LIVING
alone, a boy attending scliool or
business; a woman I ngagi d during day would also be suitable. To
either of these a room and partial
board would be givi n al a low rate.
References required. Address Box
5,   Daily   News  Ollice.	
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���ONE OR TWO
furnished rooms for Ughi li" is -
keeping.      Appiy    Box    A,    Dally
NeU B.
FIVE OR SIX-ROOMED FURNIS l-
ed house, central location, Full particulars to L R. I-   Dally News.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OB SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
LOST.
STRAYED ��� ON PREMISES 723
Twelfth street, black retriever. U
not called for In ten days theowner
can't have same. 	
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN WITH TWO
gold bands. Return to News ollice
and receive reward.
LOST ��� ON FRIDAY, BETWEEN
Queen's avenue and Moody square,
ladies' gold watch and A.-Y.-P. fob.
Please return to this oflic ��� and re-
celve reward.	
FOUND.
POUND���A FISHING BOAT. OWNER
must claim same Within ten (lavs.
C. Mackie, Mlllalde.
FOUND���A NUMBER OF LADIES'
scarves, handkerchiefs, etc., at Hi ���
Pythian rink after tbe NaU S in
dance. Owners can have same by
calling at .Johnston's Big Shoe
House.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET-
maker and upholsterer. 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place where tbe
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
FISH    AND   GAME
BENSON  &   AYLING,   FISH    FRUi'J
Game. Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
VV. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes ind McKenzie streets,
Phone 176,  night  cal!   81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUK IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. O. Box 811,
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. .1. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel, lt 12s. Room 7.
Westminster Trust Block.
It. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P.  O.  Box 795.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORK*.
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
Stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
a'so furnished and unfurnished bedrooms, in the douhh brick house
i ��� ar i larnegie library.
MUSIC
MRS. C. C. FISHE.i, EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelll, Oxford, and (1. F.
Sims. Mus. Bac. Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony,
FOR RENT���COMFORTABLE FURN-
ished   bedroom, b       for  t^'1'
n.     Vppi    82    Royal  ���^''������-
���   :i Seventh aad Nin
TO   RENT���CO        I    ["ABLE   ROOM.
.   bh   foi   gentlem tn.  Applj   205
Carnarvon.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral n pairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile.
W. Wi bster, mechanical experl   N >.
10  Sixth   street,    Dominion     Trusl
Block.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATINti.
| I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
Btreet,   New   Westminster
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES A: CO.
Rea    Estate and  In   ir nc<   Agents���
City,  farm and  Buourban  property,
260 Columbia stree:.
BETTLER8' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
WILSON, COOK U CO., 63J COLUM-
bia street. Phone 646. Rea] Estate
ai.d Insurance Agents. Homesbuilt
on easy terms; agreements of sale
purchased.    If you have any prop-
'...   to sell li.-;t ll with us. '
WILSON & COOK
Northern  Crown  Bank   Building,  New
Westminster, B. C.
street,
sti i et,
Fourth
bath,
HOUSE���8 rooms, on Nineteenth
Btreet, J1300; one-third cash.
HOUSE���B rooms, Seventh avenue,
|3200; one-third cash.
HOUSE���S rooms, Fifth avenue,
|3200; one-tlid cash.
HOUSE ���Fuily modem, r, rooms, Fifth
avenue, $2800; $1000 cash.
HOUSE���New 6-room house oil St.
Andrews, full., modern, $JG00; $500
cash.
HOUSE���g   rooms,  on   Tenth
$5000; $1000 cash.
HOUSK��� 7     rooms,    Twelth
$1700; $700 cash.
HOUSE���Fully    modern,   on
street; $.'1700; $1000 cash.
HOUSE���On Tenth street,
toilet, hot and cold water, open fir
place in diuing room, price $3200,
$1001) cash; this property Is leased
and brings In over 7 per cent. Interest.
HOUSE���New, on Tenth street, 6
rooms; $2800; one-third cash.
LOTS���Nos. 8, 0, 10, 11 and IL', an I a
new 3-room cottage, on Fourth avenue $5000; one-half cash.
LOT���Full sized, on Fifth Btreet, near
Seventh avenue, price $800; $230
cash.
LOT���Between Tenth and Eleventh
streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues, $550; $200 cash.
LOT���On Agnes street, cleared, splendid location, $1800; one-third cash.
LOTS���S full sized, in Sappi+ton,
only $226 each.
ACREAGE���5- acre blocks in Surrey.
$125 per acre.
ACREAGE���,'P/jj acres in Burnaby, D.
L. 18, close to tram line; price
$2600, one-third cash.
WILSON & COOK
Northern  Crown  Bank  Building  New
Westminster, B. C.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your loea] tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L616.
���-
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing- Midgut loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phono 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally News  Block, Sixth  Btreet.
RE9TAURANT8.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 mesls for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Gulchon hlock.      P. O. Box ����4.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH! AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Prorlnce office, Columhla Btreet.       Phone 68.
TAILORS.
GALViN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAJ-
. loring. A new line of fall Bul&
Ing Just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 8, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columhla st.
and 264 Clarkson bi.   Phone 11508.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL TIH:DmtE~702 COLUM-
hla strot. Flrtfl-Class moring
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday,  Wednesday and  Friday.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR18-
t.-rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, w. J. Whitosido, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. O, A. Whealler, W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 nnd 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
i. o. o. F.���amity lodg'e.'no. 27"
The regular meeting of tnis louge
are held In Oddfellows' hall. Carn:tr-
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nonk-
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday in each month, fishing brethren cordially Incited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' Mock. Clarkson street,
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'c'.ock. In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Alter,
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secre.
tary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
Boclation, Lord of the Isles Camp
1J1���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Siunerland.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters |
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth  St.
1910. i
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| Surrey Nurseries, LtdTl
Estimates Given. Phone 667.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS.   PAPER-HANGERS   AND!
DECORATORS. '
ill Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
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Extra   fine  lot  of rare and   beautiful
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs imported
direct from Holland, on sale at
CITY MARKET
See the stock and get our prices.
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O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall
Culling.a street, every Friday even
Ing at a o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. ti.; C. E Osborne, p G. recording secretary
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office an.l store fitting:,���
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and e.-ti
mates furnished. J, Brookes, pro
prietor. Work-: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Fnoru
473.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Couu'hs and
Colds.
���MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
LIVERV   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR     HACKS  AND
smart   turnout     The   Fashion   Stables.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Mr. Architect, You
Make No Mistake
1
if you  specify   our
The quality of lime
essentia! factor to b
ed by builders, and
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your sourci   of
ami  when the que
Ity comes up our cl I
perlorlty   are    para       i
cause  we  can  and  do
the host  grades at thi
prices.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.    j
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The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
li the purest and the best and Is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO *
WA TCH RE PA RING.
By experts all our repair work is done!
My experts  are  working from  su n  until  sun;
Are  ready at all  times to do your  re pairing
And   get   broken   jewelry   in   shap e   for  your  wearing.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
AGENTS  FOR THE   HOWARD, HAM    ILTON   AND     LONGINES     WATCH
MOVEMENT.
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531*3 *TZkmt
Holbrook Caf
ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
e
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED.
LAST
OPPORTUNITY
TO BUY A SUIT AT TWEN
AND SATURDAY OF THIS
WE STILL HAVE QUITE A
BLACK SERGE SUITS LE
WHICH WE WILL OFFER
ONLY AT THE FOLLOWIN
I
TY FIVE PER CENT OFF. FRIDAY
WEEK WILL END OUR BIG SALE.
LARGE   NUMBER   OF   BLUE   AND
FT, ALSO A FEW WORSTEDS,
FOR     FRIDAY    AND     SATURDAY
G   PRICES:
$12.00 Suits for $ 9.00
15.00 Suits for   11.25
18.00 Suits for ..   13.50
$20.00 Suits for $15.00
22 01   Suits   for   16.00
25.03   Suits   for   18.75
These are well built, stylish :,jits, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. If
you call In it will be a great
pleasure   to   show   them   to
you.
Shirts
See our window for a
shirt barglan. When we say
a bargain we mean it, and
the shirts will back up the
assertion. These are regular
$1.25 and $1.50 Shirts for
Seventy-Five Cents.
Collars
A few Linen Collars left
at Five Cents each, or six
for Twenty-Five.
WE ALSO HAVE A FEW LONELY SUITS LEFT IN  BOTH
TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS AT HALF PRICE.
REID & CO.
THE STORE   OF SATISFACTION
601    COLUMBIA   STREET
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MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
HOLBROOK CAFE
I
Front St.
J. A. DRYDEN, Prop, j
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ADVERTISE.  IN   THE   NEWS
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap yashes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine ; BOLD 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
in just the right pro-       v r /
portions to cleanse    \\\l///x
easily, vigorously, >^Jtt//<22>\
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
i SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY   5,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGL  THREE.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To (be !l"": ctflc Sad iron Is the greatest boon pos
sible. No ��� lessened  the  household   labor.    The   Electric
gad iron simple that a child can operate It; and ll can be used
l��� ttny part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron al-
u.,vs hot; no useless walking or waiting; Ironing done In hair the
(lni0 . , ,.,,;,.. diff rem makes and styles. Cull in ana let us Bhow
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co,, Ltd.
'\******\***Tu'".L_.
COpvRiCif-lTr
Your Expectations Are
Never Disappointed
when you eat at Kenny's. Anticipation
of toothso  morsels that will tickle
the palate and give yon -r aulne satisfaction are always realized after eating one of our tender, Juicy si- ak ,
oysters or dinners, or any of the special dishes thai are made at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
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I   STATIONERY !
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��� WE   CARRY  THE   LARGEST  AND  FINEST  STOCK  OF 4
STATIONERY   IN   THE  CITY.     A   NEW   AND   VARIED *
��� ASSORTMENT JUST  TO    HAND.     PLEASE    LOOK    IN ���
��� AND  EXAMINE  OUR   STOCK. *
TODHUNTER & BURR
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ks el I ers, Stationers, NewsdeaBers    J
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0  IOU
Want
SL
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imce Installed
in your   house, if   so see us.     We sell the
SUNSHINE, and do all kinds of Tinsmithing
KIRK'S   HARDWARE,^ WeStmi���s.er, B .C
i Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenus ana Marion 8treet
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   o:r  S��y   up.
Room  and  ton* $2.50 per day up.
Rsorn   with   bath   *2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath anl board $4 per day.
Al! outside rooms, with hot and cold
wa'er steam heat, lonp distance telephone. '13us meets all trains and boat*-
The Daily News will be Kept on file
in our reading room.
CARLET0N  GILBERT,  Mjrr.
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Dog Medicine
All Kinds
I Ryalfs Drug Store
EYE8 TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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Eastcrtrook Milling Company,
Eburne.  B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL  $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL.. 16.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ������������� PW ��ft
HINDOO FLOUR *&0 per Bbl-
McQwrrie k Co. FU>""<N"rm maaum-
FRONT nmwwr. Nov* Wea*m������ter. Telephsaa Ml.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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STEAMBOAT   DRAMA.
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Bag, Envelope and Box Board Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE:  407 HASTINGS STREET,  VANCOUVER,  B. C.
LOCATION  OF  PLANT:   SAPPERTON SIDING, NEAR WESTMINSTER.
��� ���
ORGANIZED   TO   MANUFACTURE
Bags, Envelopes, Pulp Board, Box Board, Folding
Box Boards, Building Paper, Roofing and Deadening Felts, Sheathing, Paper Boxes, Cartons,
Oyster Pails and Specialties.
ti
CAPITALISATION, $250,000.00
Divided into 225,0'"0 Shares 8 per cent., Cumulative
Preference Stv;ck, One Dollar per Share, 25,000
Shares Ordinary Stock, One Dollar per Share.
WE   NOV.'   OFFER  FOR  SUBSCRIPTION THE FIRST ISSUE OF
100,000 of th* 8 per cent. PREFERENCE SHARES
In Blocks of 100 Shares at Or e Dollar per Share
PAYMENTS.
Fifteen i      cenl  on application, 15 per eent In thirty days, balance  at  tlie  rate  oC  15  per cent
per inonti. until fully paid,    block fully paid and non-assessable.   \0 personal liability to shareholders.
'.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Immediati .. upon the sale of tlie ftrsl i. ne of 100,000 BhareB at one dollar per share the second
Issue, comprising 100,000 Bhares, will be offered for subscription at $1.10 per share. In ordering the
stock each subscriber will kindly sta*- If in tne event the lirst issue is oversubscribed upon receipt
of the application by the Company, he wishes the application returned or allowed on the second issue
at $1.1 o per share. ��.     ��     j *
In offi ring the Pi ifen nee shares of this Company for subscription we do so with a feeling that lt
will prove one oi the best Industrial stocks ever offered In Western Canada, lt. not only is certain to
become a splendid diw.. nd-payer, but inside of eighteen months it will be selling at a big premium.
The first issue of 100,000 shares is offered in blocks of 100 shares at $1.00 per share, and the second issue of 100,000 Bhares at $1.10 per share. The Preference stock is entitled to a fixed cumulative
preferential dividend of 8 ]>< ' C( nl per annum, payable before any dividend is paid on the Ordinary
Bhares. After the paymenl of the above dividend an amount equal to IB per cent of the remaining
profits of the Company sball be distributed each year pro rata among tlie Preference shareholders of
tin1 Company, and Id per eent of the balance of the profits shall be carried forward as a special reserve fund exclusively as a special security for the payment of preferential dividends on the Preference Bhares; when in any j oar the Company is unable to pay the regular Preferential dividends of 8
per cenl said dividend shall be paid out of the special resei ve fund: provided, however, thai the remainder of the entire special reserve fund shall he distributed evey five years pro rata among the
Preference stockholders of the Company. '\
After the payment in each year of the 8 per cent, preferential dividends nnd the distribution of
la per eent ot the net profits, and setting aside of a special reserve fund as aforesaid, the balance of
the profit shall bo paid to holders of the Ordinary stock.
WE ARE REASONABLY CONFIDENT OF HAVING OUR MILL IN OPERATION BY DECEMBER
1, AND WHEN COMPLETE THE PLANT WILL HAVE A WEEKLY CAPACITY OF 120000 LBS.
OF BAGS. ENVELOPES, BOXBOARD, BUILDING PAPER. ROOFING AND DEADENING FELTS
SHEATHING,   PAPER   BOXES,  ETC.
THE PROPERTY SECURED BY THE COMPANY AT SAPPERTON SIDING NEAR WESTMINSTER, HAS A RAILROAD FRONTAGE OF 1,140 FEET, AND IS SPLENDIDLY SITUATED, BOTH
FOR   CITY  TRADE   AND   DOCKS   FOR   FOREIGN   SHIPMENTS.
DIRECTORS.
GREELY KOLTS, Fiscal Agent. British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
NORMAN CAPLE,  President  Norman Caple Co., Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
T. M. STEVENS, President   Imperial  Rice Mills, Vancouver, B. C.
B.  R.  CHANDLER,  Lumber and Timber, Vancouver, B. C.
A. S. BRAKE, Paper Importer and Jobber, Vancouver,  B. C.
W. S. ROSE, Fiscal  Agent for New Westminster. Merchants' Bank Build ing, phone 334.
ED. F. ALLEN, Manager Fiscal Agency, B. C. Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
. I: fc-! hi It Address all communications direct to
W. S. ROSE/Fiscal Agent for New Westminster
Merchant*' Bank Building, Phone 334.
To Advertisers:
You wish to increase
your business; we know
you do.
How to do it?
Advertise! Advertise!
Advertise in The Daily
News, New Westminster's only morning paper. Our ads. catch
the eye, your ads. bring ^'1
you new business.
Yes, that's it.
Advertise in The Daily News
ROYAL     ENGLISH     EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
Vlontinii   I'nlni-n   Thnt    I'uriilaU
i��-r... ii: u. :i)   Pot  Hirer Town*.
Anybody who lives lu a town on tho
bnnks of the Mississippi river and
hears o calliope play at T> o'clock In
tlie moruv^; knows thnt it Is not a circus that U coming to town. It Ir the
floating palace, which is the name ulv-
en to a unique form of theatrical transportation entertainment that is used
only ou the river aud lt�� tributaries,
tbe Ohio aud the Missouri.
There are nt tbe present time more
than a dozen flouting palaces. Bach
of them etrrlee a well equipped stage
ft company Of from sixteen to thirty
|T6 actors and actresses, and has seat
Ing capacity for from 200 to 7(Xl persons. Rach of the boats has a steam
piano with wllich tlie people from the
countryside ar.' called to the landing*,
where the shows are given on t is
boats, and most of the boats carry
pretty fair bands.
Nowhere   else   In   this   country   or
abroad   la  the  drama  carried   up  and
down  rivers on  steamboats.    Barring
the   railroad,   the   favorite   means   of
transportation in England and In con
tlnental Europe is the wagon.   There
ore  many  wagon  shows In  this coun
try, but tlicj would tind It dilBcult t.
reach   all   tlie  towns  that  are  easily
reached by the lloatlng palaces.    Many
of the towns that get all their dramatic
sustenance from  these  floating play
houses  have  no  railroad  connections
whatever.     If   It   were   not   for   the I
shows Unit Boat down or up to them '
by boat they would have to go without
theatrical fare.
Mark Twain, who knows the big river about as well as anybody, URed to
I be well acquainted with tlte old time
managers of a few of the float-tig palaces. He introduces one of them IntT
"Huckleberry Finn." But tin es change,
and men change with them, and tha
floating palace of today Is much morel
elaborate and much finer than were th"
Boating palaces of the older time.
They play  to thousands of persons
each season, and they give pretty good
allows.    Their managers, who live ln j
Cincinnati   and   St.   Louis,   make gOOd|
profits   on   the   Investment ��� Chicago
Tribune.
AUNTIE'S MEMORY.
These palmists do not tell things to
please a person, but read your life
from the cradle to the grave Just as
lt shows In your hand. All readings
must be satisfactory or no charges
will be made. Address 613 Columbia street, 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.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wfll send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  woap, if  you mention this paper.
What   She   Knew   About   tbe   Knll   oi
tbe Roman Umpire.
All old colored woman down ln Ala
bama was reported to be of great agt<
and was extremely proud of tbe di*'
Unction. The proprietor of a museum,
on hearing of her, sent one of hlr
agents to make an investigation, as suo
would lie a -aluable acquisition to hi*
museum. Tb* agent piled her with
questions regarding her age. He asked
��� tier:
"Auntie,   do  you  remember  George-
1 Washington ?" I
"Does 1 remember Ueorgs Washington? Laws n-massy, mister, I reckon
i do��iK, for I done missed him when bs
was a chile."
"Well, I suppose yon remember tha>
Revolutionary """ar?"
"Yen, Indeed ' J'oes, honey I stood
dar lots ot times an- seer Je bullets
flyiu' round thick as hailstones."
"Well, auntie, tow about tlie fall of
the Roman empire? Do yon recollect
anything about that?"
"De fast Is, honey, I was pretty
youmjr abawf dat time, but I doas
���member. u��w you speak ob it, dat 1
did hear dt white folks tell 'bout hear
Ing som'pin' drop 'bout dat tuna.--
larper's Weekly.
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE
How eoon we are (orgoilaUV
Okr memory put aside,
Althoaffh we hare been mighty
And muck puffed up with prldarl
A c*avtlonaia from nowhere
Steps In Our place to fill.
How noon we aro forgott��a>���
LiUt** we owe a bill!
We so oat went or somewhat**
To grow up with the place.
And .tw will mourn our golr.f.
And lew will ml..- our fan*.
But au account ..u..-ui��d
As a reminder Stays;
The owner will recall us
Once every thirty day*
Tto ones tbat we Lav* favor**
The ones tluit we lmvt fed,
The fellows *ve nave booetad.
Will count us with the dead
Or, lf we still aic living.
They kuaguidly may gustts.
Tha ones wit'   money comlnc
Hong on to our address.
Row si' vi we are lurgotten
And un lUu sciup .ale placed,
Our name no looKer mantlnned.
Our memory effaced;
Recalled at tines by ao ene
Our prowess and our skin.
How soon wa are forcettea
Unless we awe a bin.
Furnishes the Material
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"He to (intektw than
"Pshaw!   My  man has that
He to tha faatow thai firaaaaa tha
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY  5,
1910.
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Pul Usn.
Ing Company, Limit-, d. at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A,  Paige Managing  Director
make them wise. He consequently
asks those illega. questions. The pupils tells his father. "I did splendidly
in every subject" but geography or
history or spelling or as the case may
be. I failed to get my thirty-four
marks in that subject; only got
thirty. I did not get fair play in that
subject. If 1 bad I would have headed my class; you know that was my
weak subject. There was an illegal
question asked. If that question, to
which possibly ten or sevente -n or
eighteen marks would be value attached, bad been a legal one, I think
. I would have passed but I was deprived of the chance of making up
those few marks on that account.
His father tells him (if lie is a good
Conservative),  "I  know    better,  the
  department   would   not    do   such   a
thing."    The pupil los'-s faith In the
A   subject often  mentioned  in   the   department, faith in his teacher and
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OPERATING   CHIEFLY   IN   WESTERN   CANADA.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1910.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE.
The Twentieth Century belongs to Canada and especially to the
West. In this era of development Western financial institutions
must play an important part. The Northern Crown Bank invites
those who have the interests of the West at heart to share in the ea-
Joyment of its privileges.
ONE   DOLLAR WILL  OPEN  A.SAVINGS     ACCOUNT     WITH     US.
House is the method of conducting
investigations before the Public Accounts Committee. It is wel. known
that the Opposition approach the investigation of public accounts, not
with any knowledge of wrongdoing,
which may be probed, but with an
evident desire to find wrong where
wrong does not exist. In their fishing expeditions for evidence, and carried away by party zeal, members of
the Opposition often ask questions
wbicli intrude upon the private business of the witness, and have no bearing upon the subject under consideration.
lt has happened In such cases that
Liberal members have interposed the
very proper objection that sue i questions an irrelevant and should not
oe aski d, When the chairman lias
decided questions were proper, hj has
instructed the witness to answer, but
there have been cases where a grave
injustice would be done to a
man's business if compelled to answer. In such cases the witness lias
been instructed by the chairman he
need not answer.
To prove how fairly the chairman
has dealt with such cases it may he
said that invariably when the committee had completed its labors some
member of  the    Opposition has ex-
jeven  faith  in  his own father.
If he does not h?come an infidel, it
[is only because there is some other
very powerful agent at work to counteract the immoral effect of such
questions. Will you piease give this
letter all tlie prominence possible���
for  tbe  children's  sake?
J. N. MTJ1R.
Victoria. Feb. 3. 1010.
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We want you to visit our Furniture Store, as it appeals to th
who buy thoughtfully, with good taste, who want reliablj, non
Furniture at the lowest prices  possible.
Dresser and Stand
Made of hard maple wood in   golden   quartered   oak   finish   tl
case Is 18 by 34 In size, having .three   large   drawers,   trimmed'with
brass    handle^    the   top    being fitted with a British bevi   a,jITM,'
14 by 24, and the frame is handsomely carved.
Price $15.00
Society
Mr. and Mrs George Tui tier were
visitors in the city from Pheonlx
eariy in  the week.
Miss Ella Granger, of Vancouver.
was the guest of Miss Lord on Thurs-
day.
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For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.    A 'phone call will  bring him to your
place of business.
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Mrs.  Gordon  R. Corbould  and  Miss
Wright leave on Monday for Toronto
and other eastern cities.
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Mrs. Frederick W. Cunningham, of
Vancouver, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
C. E. Seymour, "The Nest," Seventh
street.
pressed the views of his co.leagues Mr. and .7. H. McGill, Mr. Henry
in proposing a vote of thanks to the   Newmarch, and  Mr. T.  II.    Lockyer,
chairman and giving testimony to the gj^"���-  *f[e ����  ta* cit>' ���
.  .,    rt..lin_ of  Wednesday  as  delegates    from    St.
uniform courtesy and  fair dealing OI  Paul,a c]mrch fo t)]p meetlng Qf ^
the chairman. |diocese of  New Westminster.
In face of thes.- tacts lt cannot well
be seen what the Opposition have to
complain about. However, Sir Wilfrid, who knows the Government have
nothing to conceal, promised to give
every latitude to the committee, even
may be to go back a year further
than lias been customary. Mr. Lennox, who brought (be matter up, was
silent when Mr. Carvel] invited him
to quote one instance where a proper
e ii tion bad been disallowed by the j
chairman.
Si .etai   Conservati        Btated  that
all Investigation of public affairs was   flre     [m#_
di       by members of th.   Opposition *   *   *
and    that    Liberal    members   never      A   quiet   but   very  pretty   wedding
hi   there   was  anything    to In-  ^ok Pjac* tn the Church of the Holy
.... . , .   . .   mi.   ' Rosarj    R< ,   Ft th >r Connollv ofnclat-
ves ���- ���       ""���   '    unfal      """  mls-  Ing D   Miss   Kathl en   Byrne   of
b .ding. When timbe,' affairs were Toronto, and Mr. Hugh Sweeney" of
under discussion and it.- ligation��� Vancouver, wen unit 1 [n the holy
M: 101   Id, Lib     I of Plctou, had   bonds of matrimony    The laid,,  ivas
some timber matters to  Invi ;    ...    j    .   ,      /  ��   ';"-'   Briggs,  and
11   J. J.  Ha.'i v   of \ ancouver, stip-
but the Ume of the committee was so  ,,���,.���,   th(     r00m      T)]p    adding
taken up by Mr. Ames with the f>r.e breakfast was served at the Van-
case of limits granl d to a particular   couver bote,,  after which  the  happy
syndicate that he lost Interesi in the �����P>�� lef< r'n the 10:30 o'clock train
'or  t       Bouth      Mr   and   Mr^    H    H
affair  when  be found  there  was  no- ?v.,,.noy   qq ^^Z 'will reside
tiling wrong.   It was upon bis motion ,r ;.)) D<?nman street.
thai   timber    investigation  ceased,  a *    *    *
motion made in Mr. MacDonald's ab- ',--'  r'f  " "  delightfully hospitable
sence;   therefore  Liberals    were,  by *M of     ' 8eafl��n ���* ^ven by Mrs
Mrs. G. T. Earle, of Seattle, is vis-
>''"'-' Mrs. II. Scha ike, of Queen's
avenue.
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Mrs.    IV    M     McD ff,   101     Agnes
street,  will   receive  hereafter  on  the
flrsl   Monday of each month.
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The annual dance of rteuiah Re-
bekah lodge N'o. 5. 1. o. O. F.. win he
bold on Tuesday evening in the Odd
l'i lews banquel hall.
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Rev, ('anon D'easum, who was recently appointed rector of Holy Trinity church, has assumed chargi I
will preach tomorrow evening for the
the action of Mr. Am"s, prevented
from making an Investigation which
they contemplated.
So many  papers are- called toi
the Opposition that the whole til
the  committee  is  ��� ���-.;.. ..'..'.- i.       ;
Liberal  members have ferj  Uttw opportunity
This is the truth of affairs, wbj   .
well known   to ever,.-   man '*���'��� - attends the sittings of this eon���'.-"���
Gordon   Thursday  at   her  resl-
(^orrespondence
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de on Third avenue. Mrs Gordon
wa? assisted ' receiving her guests
I ' Mr Wllao 1, of Ottawa.. A number '-'. girls if the younger set as-
Isted at tl ��� tea table, which was in
���-.   of   �����--    9^0���p.r    \jrs    j    q
Mrs    L.   A.   Lewis  and   Mrs.
PTeti    wbo   bad   helping  them   Miss
to    investigate   anything    '" "    *���** Ullooel Armstront-. Miss
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:-'  *������    Mi   ��� Alma I ewi . Miss
:" ' *  ������-���   Ml     Hazel  Rochester and
:.'���:.    Wilson    'Ottawa.).      Tlie
li '������' with a profusion of
��� ��� ���  ���   flowers      Mrs    Gordon
���  ''.   In   the  evening   ai   five
'   ''���:   ti   honor  of   Miss   Wilson.
' ���'  '' '        ; -���   ent  were   Mrs.   Lee,
'���'-    ind   Mrs.   Henry  L    Edmonds,
Mi    - i Mi    i. A  Lewis, Miss Brown
His.   Gertrude   Brown,    Miss    Alma
Miss  Lillooet Armstrong   Miss
Drew     Miss    Wilson     Miss    Naomi
Brlggi      Mr     Rashlelgh,     Mr.     P.
7,:'v   Mr  Kenneth Rrown, Mr. Suth-
l Dd    Mr    Brown,   Mr.   Walter   Mc-
("ol,  and  Mr.  F.  Malor.
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Another of those delightful sur-
price parties which have been so
much In vogue this winter took place
yesterday evening, when about thirty
of ti,Mr friends made an unheralded
descent on Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ferguson, Agnes street. Mr. Ferguson's
birthday providing the necessary excuse  for a Jolly time.
A  handsome   oak-framed   picture,
"The   Wotindld   Hound,"   was    pre-
(old  the pupils of the public schools tented bv the guests to the surprised
if   they knew everything In the Ave hogtg nK nn ;ifonmf,nt ror ending with-
or six authorized texts In  geography ������, invitation, Joseph Henley making
and in the other subjects, they would a  nt,;,t   HpPec.h   while  presenting  the
get   perfect marks in  these subjects pjcture.                                  ""*  8",  l��l
at the high school entrance examlna- Ttu.  evening  was pleasantly spent
Hon.     They  would  also    thus  get a (n  music and games, Miss Hevorldge
governor-general's      bronze      modal. and Mr, Crake winning first prize ln
They would head their school.    They a   wllIRt.   tournament,    second    prizes
would  get  the gold   watch   promised falling to the lot of MiSfl Fthe] Crake
by   their   father.     They    might  even and   George  Wallace.    Those  present.
get their picture    pub.ished    Ip  the eluded  Mr.  and  Mrs. ,7.  Henley   Mr.
newspapers.    They   certainly    would and Mrs. W. A. Duncan, Mr  and Mrs.
pass the entrance examination. W. RHd, Mr. and Mrs  F. Crake, Mr.
Tlie examiner says that Is all bosh, and Mrs. George Adams, Mr. and Mrs
That wide field set by the council of Mcintosh, Mr. and  Mrs. Hunter,  Mr!
public Instruction Is not wide enough, and Mrs. Wallace   Mr. nnd Mrs. Bou-
These    questions,    the    answers    to tier,  Mr.  and  Mrs. A.  Matheson, Mr.
which   tlie    public  ean     find in   thai and  Mrs.  C.  S. Keith,  Mr.  and  Mrs.
wide field, will do them good.   It will d. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mulr,
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n ipondente.)
ENTRANCE   QUESTIONS.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���People say thai tiie education
department is justified in asking illegal questions at the high school entrance examinations', because It il
done for the pupils' good, etc.
The pupils were asked to tell the
capital of the Commonwealth of Australia, a year or two before the Australians themselves had selected It.
The   council   of   public   Instruction
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Pearce.   Mrs.   A.   Ro.x
berry,     Mrs.     George     Giliey,     Miss
Wright  of   Vancouver.   Miss   A.   Forrest, Misses Crake, Miss Morrow, Miss
Beveridge,   Miss   E.    Gilley,     Misses '
Ross, Mr. L, Fleicheur of Vancouver, ;
Mr.  A.   Howard,   Mr.   D.  Lewthwaite,
Mr.  F.  II.  Wright of Vancouver, Mr.
M.   Curtis,   Mr.   Robertson,   Mr.   G.
Read and Mr. L. Wheeler.
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Tho most elaborate and successful
event in the social life of the Royal
City was the first annua, ball of the !
Native Sons, Post N'o. 4. of British '
Columbia. .Nothing had been left un- |
done hy the dance committee, which j
consisted principally of the younger :
members of the Post to insure the
complete success of the eagerly 1
longed for event. Tlie guests on entering the hall were in fancy taken I
hack to tht^ primitive days, where
tbe red man ruled, for there in a
prominent place near the entrance,
one of the primitive chi (fs, Co iuitlam
George, held court in his tepee, surrounded by bis native glory. Gay
banners ttnd flags, united myriads of
, lecti Ic ,ights mad-' the scene one
long to lie remembered. Mottoes of
welcome written in Chinook decorated the walls, wbicli wer,. hung with
Indian baskets, mats, rugs and small
tot im poles. Suspended from the
celling wer- two large war canoes,
and immense totem poles were at
each end of the room. The floor and
music were perfect, the ball being
opened by the grand march and .ed
by Pasl Chief Facti r and \ eti ran of
the Port Mr. .7. Stilwell Clute and
Mrs. Oppenhelmer, wife of Grand
Chief Factor Oppenhelmer and a native daughter: Mrs. A. W. Gray, chief
Factor and Mrs. Clute; M. ,1. Phillips, chief factor-elect, and Mrs.
Gray and Mr. S01 Oppenhelmer.
grand chief factor-elect, and Mrs.
.1. A. Lee, a native daughter. A
very representative gathering of New
Westminster people were delightfully !
entertained at this dance. Among
those present were Mayor and Mrs.
.1. A. Lee. .fudge and Mrs. Howay,
Miss Howay, Mrs. Phillips. Miss
Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gray,
Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell Clute, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Oppenhelmer, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Charleson, Mrs. Shildrlck, Miss
Shihlrick. Miss RIcknian, Mr. W.
Hickman, Mrs. A, J. McColl.Miss Do-
Wolf-Smith, Mr. Angus McColl, Mr.
and Mrs. T. .1. Trapp, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Gordon, Mrs. Meredith, Mr. Rnd
Mrs. .1. Mahouey, Miss Mahoney. Mr.
.1 Mahoney. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gifford.
Mr, and Mrs W. Gifford, Mr. and
Mrs. Sblles. Mr. and Mrs. .7. W. Rogers, Mrs. d. II. Diamond. Mr. and
Mrs. .1. H. Jones, Miss Peele, Mr.
Peele. Mr. and Mrs. II. Dorer, Mr.
and Mrs. C 8. Keith, Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Sinclair. Mr. and Mrs Cromwell. Mr. and Mrs. D. ,1. McQuarrie,
Mr. and MrR. W. O, McQuarrie, Miss
MacGowan. Mr. Balloek, Mr. and Mrs.
Neville Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
L Kdmrruls, Mr. and Mrs. G. Allan
Mercer \irs James Leamy, Miss Lea-
my, Miss A,ma Leamy, Miss Vida
Leamy, Mrs. C. E. Lewis, Miss Lewis,
Miss Alma Lewis, Miss Lillooet Armstrong, Miss Sutherland, Mrs. Henry
A. Eastman, Miss Eastman, Mrs. J.
C. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. James
Keary Mr. Worthlngton, Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Lynch, Miss Hefron, Miss
Bllodeau, Miss Sophie Bllodeau, Mr.
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Welsh, Mr.
j P. Keary, Mr. W. Kearv, Mr. and
Mrs. II. P. Latham, Miss Fletcher,
Miss Gertrude Drummond, Miss
Briggs, Miss Naomi Briggs, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Mallns, Mrs, W. Mallns,
Mrs. Dallon Marpole, Miss Pltten-
drlgh, Mrs. P. Bole, Mrs. Ooulthard,
Mrs. Gaynor, Dr. Kenny. Mrs. Yueng-
.ing, Mr. and Mrs. O. Wllkie, Miss
V/ilkie, Miss Elizabeth Wllkie, Miss
Bticklln, Mrs. J. C. Brown, Miss
Brown, Miss Gertrude Rrown, Mr.
Bryce Brown, Mr. Kenneth Brown,
Miss Clute, Mr. Mcltalu, Miss Fll-
more, Mrs. T. R. Pearson, Madame
Burke, Miss Drew, Mr. F. Major,
Mr. R, Pearson. Mr. Leslie Pearson,
Miss Mowbray, Miss Mcl.ean, Mr. Adams, Mr. Brown, Mr. Shannon, Mr.
Douglas Wright, Mrs. Cotton, Miss
Cotton, Miss Muriel Cotton, Mr. W.
Cotton, Mr. P. Cotton, Mr. R. Beatty,
Mr. M. J. Phillips, Mr. E. Lord, Mr.
1..   Johnston.   Mr,   W.   Johnston.   Mr.
A, Johnston, Mr. E. Johnston, Mr. M.
.1. Knight, Mr. Rashlelgh, Mr. W.
Warwick. Mr. Greame, Mrs. J. Bridges,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Grant, Dr. and
Mrs. Rothwell, Miss Morrison, Dr.
McQuarrie. Miss Hoy. Mr. N. Hoy.
Mr. T. Trapp, Miss M. Johnston, Mr.
Mrs. Clifford Lord, Mr, II. Turner,
Mr. W. Bucklln, Mrs. C. Eastman,
Mr.  C.  Eastman, Mrs. Oimstead,  Mr.
B. Gilley. Mr. Russell, Mr. Tuck, Mr.
S. Fletcher. Miss Robertson, Miss
Freese, Mr. W. Slater, Mr. E. Goulet
and many others.
MUST  BE SOLD
Six-room bouse, modern, on Fourth
avenue, lot Ufi by 132. Price $'-'150'.
$650 cash, balance arranged, House
Is rented for $17 per month.
WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THIS SALE,
WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT. OUR SPRING STOCK IS ALL
ON THE  ROAD. AND  IN  A  FEW    DAYS    WILL    ARRIVE    FASTER
��� THAN WE CAN  HANDLE  IT.
��� WE  MUST CLOSE OUT THE    BALANCE    OF    OUR     WINTER
��� STOCK.    EVERY SHOE GUARANTEED   AS   REPRESENTED   AND
X      PRICES ARE  MADE  FOR  QUICK  SELLING.
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��� VALUES  THAT  WILL   APPEAL.
t    '    r STYLES THAT ARE   THC   LATEST.
% PRICES   WERE   NEVER   SO   LOW.
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��� ONE   HUNDRED AND  SIXTY   PAIRS   WOMEN'S  STORM  RUB-
��� BERS  AT  FIFTY  CENTS  A   PAIR.
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SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.  COME EARLY  AND GE:
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This Sale Positively Closes
on Saturday, February 19
Opp. II. C. E. R. Depot.
New Westminster, E>. C.
"GET   THE    HABIT"
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Special Today
TEN-PIECE   TOILET   SETS   AT
$2.35 PER SET.
The Fair
64 5 Columbia Street.
We buy tor cash and sell for the aame
t THE SHOE MAN
|  (529 Columbia Street Holmes Block j
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Saturday Night, Feb. 51b
Columbia College vs.
Vancouver High School
Preliminary between
Columbia    College   Second
Team and
Vancouver Y. M. C. A. Employed Boys.
First game starts at 8:30.
Admission 25 cents
College Gymnasium
Saturday Night, Feb. 5th
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A SNAP
FOR SALE���Splendid home, almoat
new, situated on Fourth avenue, on
large lot, 80 feet by 146 feet, mod
ern In every respect; eight rooms,
bathroom, hot and cold watre, steam
heated. Pric $4500, one-fifth cash
and   the   balance  very  easy   terms.
AN   IDEAL    HOME
WILSON & COOK
Northern Crown Bank  Building, New
Westminster, B. C.
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Daily N
ews V
sATURDAY,   FEBRUARY   5,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
SPORTING NEWS
COLLEGE BOYS IMPROVE
E RIVALS SCORE LESS
Dutch Collars
Five dozen Lace Trimmed Dutch Collars, regular priC(, 50c.   To
clear Saturday at .:.,,. ,.' _.,_ , ^J. _ ,^
25 cents
SEE  THEM.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Columbian   Lads   Lose,   But   Find   Solace   When   Opponents*   Majority
is Two Below Last Year.
Tlie McGill Rugby players disposed
of the Columbian college team yesterday afternoon by the decisive score
ol lo to 0. The winners scored three
| nes, none of which they converted.
1'ln- local men cou.d not score. Scott
and McKinnon played well for the
visitors.
The college team: full back, McAr-
tbur; three-quarters, Cameron; Pou-
pore, Rugg, Sabourln; five-eighths,
Drainey; half-backs, Prb-st, Stewart;
fnrwards, Armstrong, Fakeley l-'ad-
don, McDonald, Croft, Swenceska and
Brown, Referee, J. p, Tail, of Vancouver.
Rugby is practical.j a new venture
for most of tin- Columbian college
.1 tyers. Thru- was one gam . played
against McGill lasl year but. it was
the first tbat the college ever played.
The Bcore on that occasion was 17 to
0, and the lime was twenty minutes
shorter, so the college men feel that
tbey are Improving,
Entire Stock
Of Misses and Children's Dresses
to clear at half price
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.  J.   BIRTCH
61 7 Columbia Street.
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RRUCE GIVEN ENFORCED
THIRTY [JAY REST BY LEACUL
Bruce, of the Rov rs, wns suspended for one month and Craig censured at a meeting oi' the executive
of the First Division Soccer league,
held in Vancouver last night. Hruce
will be missed on the local team, but
the result of the meeting was more
or less expected, and Hayes will take
his place iu today's game against the
Celtics. Craig is a reserve man and
only plays occasionally.
SAN FiiANCISEO iS SPOT
PICKED FOi! 010 OATTLt
Gleason    Makes   Announcement   That
Golden   Gate   City   Has   Been   Se.
lected for Pounding Match.
Missoula, M int., Feb. -1.���"The Jef-
fries-Johnson fight will be held in
San Francisco," said John B, Gleason, here this afternoon. "This was
fully decided upon between Rickard
and myself by telegraph this morning."
Gleason will meet Tex Rickard tomorrow in Sail Lake City and arrange final details.
JUNIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
Tlie Lord Kelvin and Central school
boys will play a soccer match at
Moody Square this afternoon, klokoff
at half past two o'clock. The Lord
Kelvin team is: Goal, Lindsay; full
backs, Ilond, Wilson; half hacks,
Swanson, Mercer, FurnBss; forwards,
Mosdell, Main, Smith, Ross, Mortison.
SMOKER WILL DE MEANS
OF RAISING FUNDS FOR TRIP
MARKET   j
REPORT   !
The bowling n i a are determined
to take in the San Francisco tournament, and at a meeting of the New
Westminster Bowling club last night
it was decided to arrange for a smoking concert in tlie near future with
the object of raising funds for the
trip. Ag a team sent from the city
all the way to San Francisco would
certainly advertise New Westminster, tiie bowiing boys look for and
expect the support of the citizens in
raising tbe wind.
ROVERS AND CELTICS TO
i  BATTLE AT BROCKTON POINT
SKATE
HOURS:
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to  10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;    Skates   25c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished  skates for  10c.
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Keep Your House Warm
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
GOOD  SECONDHAND COOK   STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP.
[Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Here is One of,Our
Christmas Pianos]
That ArrivedjToo[_
Late for the Xmas
Trade
8? I am going to give some extra  bargains,  as  I  have  too  largei   a
"took lo carry and 1 need  the money-YOU   NEED   THE   PIANO.
1254.00 CASH WILL TAKE   ONE. Others at $375.00 cash; $.100.00
cash, va/ii i
One second-band piano was jjr.OO, will sell for $175.   CASH WILL
TALK   WITH    US    FOR   THE   NEXT TEN DAYS.
Come and let us show you what surprises we have In store foi'
����t> when I advertise BARGAINS..  That is what they are, and you
wi
" say so when you see them.
J- H. Todd's Music House
^Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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Yesterday's  market was by far the
best held  tor  some  months.    The attendance   was  better  an.l   there  was
far more produce ou sal -.    Probably
the   approach   of   the   Chinese    New
Year  had  something to do  with  the
Buccess of the market, as there were
many Celestials In,evidence, and they
showed  tremendous activity  in  buy-
l Ing  all  kinds of fowl.    As   -non  ,     a
I farmer's rig how in slghl it would he
boarded   by   half   a   dozen   anxious
Chinamen, eager to lay in ji supply
of fowl for the Xe,\ i'ear's trade.
The Chinamen seemed to b ��� * ery
good-natured In their rivalry
The   lone  of  business   wns   better
, than   ii   has   I a   for   some   time -
veni. pork, fowl and potatoes advancing slightly in price under the siim-
ulus of steady demand. The price- of
eggs  remained  the  same as ai   last
i week's market, ,-ili that offered finding
a ready sale. Beef was noi so plentiful, hut the demand was strong Mutton and Iamb also soul oui early, although   there   was   a   fair   Supply   of
'both meats.    The strong demand for
pork sent   the  price up a  eent  above '
last week's quotation.   Veal was Short '
of the demand.
i     All   the  fowl   that  offered  was ettg-
erly  snapped   up  by  Chinese  buyers. ;
many of t' em coming over from Vancouver to purchase fowl  for the New |
Year's tiade.   The few ducks that of- j
fered   only   remained   on    exhibition i
long enough to lie seen.
The supply and demand for apples
|was fair, fie price for first-class stock j
j being   littej    than    for   some   time, j
(Potatoes were firmer in price, the demand nbsorblne, all thai offered. A
few bunches i.f 'iettuce, the first that
has b !9i1 wm In the market this
year, wen srnn disposed of.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb..8c to 9c
Reef, forequarters, per lb, ..6c to 7c
Lamb    1-��o |
Mutton    13c !
Veal, large 8c to 10c |
Veal,  medium        ��� .11%0
Pork  1*��
EggS, wholesale, per doz.    ^'c
FIggs. retail, per doz ,n��'
Hutter.  wholesale,  per  lb 30c,
flutter .retail, per lb '���""'
Fowl, per doz   $^ to $10
Chickens, per doz $f!.00 to $S.on
Rrollers, per doz $4 to $-r'
Ducks, per doz    *,!'
Ceese,  each       .���
Potatoes, per ton  $18 to $20
Apples, per box  $1.26 to fl.75
Onions, per snek   "-'^r'
Carrots, per sack  "n0
Parsnips    ' '''
Poets   i"
Turnips,   per   sack    ,>l10
As the Sun Went Down.
F.stha Williams, who will head A. C,
Alston's company, which presents
\s the Sun Went Down here nt the
Opera bouse on February 17. Is well
known In this city for her excellent
work In many plays which that manager has given to theatre-goers. Her
last appearance In this city was as
"Parepa" In "At the Old Cross
Roads," in which nifty she scored a
most pronounced hit.
She will have the support of an cx-
eeedlnglv strong compony which includes such well known people as
Fdwin Walter, W. A. Wbltecnr, Arthur F. Chatterdon, Phil Connor, Arthur W. Bentley, R. F. Sullivan, WH-
,1am SPXton. .lennv Dunbar, Flora
Pynm .Margaret Millar and several
others of canal note.
Tbe production is nn elaborate one.
requiring the services of a special
baggage car for Its transportation.
The Rovers aw far from being discouraged  on account of their recent
troubles and will travel to  Brockton
| Point  today to see  if they  can play
better  soccer  than  the  Celtics.     All
the players are expected to be at the
'tram office here at  1 p. m.    The following men will represent   New Westminster  :    Goal, Hartley, right back,
Lyon;   left  back.    Kirby;   right half,
Hayes; centre. Hall, Brisbane or Sawyers;  left  half.  Locke, outside right.
Gray;  inside right, Badenock; centre,
Johnson;   inside left    Robertson;  outside left. Cadyzien, Spares, Coldlcotl
and Collier.
JOSEPH   TRAVERS
Columbia  Street, opp.  B.C.E.R.   Depot
Phone 304.
ACREAGE���in acres on Yjorth read;
house, barn, chicken house, etc.
Price $1250, one-third cash, balance
arranged.
ACREAGE���2<m acres on Lulu island,
ill feet waterfrentage; house; $lni
per acre, one-third cash, balance in
six.  twelve and eighteen  months.
LOTS���Two full sized lots on cat-
line; price $1200, one-third cash,
balance six and twelve months.
No. 4
lots���Two full sized lots on Eleventh street; price $1050, one-third
cash, balance six and twelve
months. No. 12
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Columbia  Street, opp.  B.C.E.R.
Phone 304.
Depot
All kinds.
Best Prices.
Our Blue Stone is the
best English.
We have a fresh stock of
Simmers'  Seeds just
to hand.
List prices.
A
OME
FOR
Hundred  Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line.     Price   $1500.     Immediate   posses-
llj*    !��M      ll
$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 Westmlnster-Mlllslde 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 prcpertyis on the direct route ti tie Stave
Lake Power Company's property and is an exceptionally good
buy  in  acreage. ,     , No .364
White, Shiles & Co
746 and 628 Columbia St., New Westminster. '
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Great
ITURE
SALE
All this month, everything
reduced    and   everything
plainly marked.
Denny & Galloway
| 43 Sixth St., New Wesminster.
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NOTICE TO STOCKOWNERS
Hundreds of horses and other live stock meet death in this city
and distrlcl every year from al ease, accidents, fire and other caussa
and Iii consequence many thousands of dollars are lost to the owners.
Have you evi r ci n Id red or do you know that you can be protected against this Berious l"ss hy livestock Insurance, which pays
(or the death of an animal for any cause whatever,
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one Issuing n.
policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to ^Ivo you full particulars whether you Insure or not.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The InsuranceJMan" 657 Columbia St.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Ag Veal and Sausage
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Oerner ragfctk Bt. an!   Flftt Aventu
PHONE 170.
���OWELL * ODDY, Proorietore.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS PAGE ST a.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY
5
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5. 19
CYCLONIC LOVE
ENDS IN ASYLUM
Man Proposes to Teacher on
Ten Minutes'Acquaintance
���Adjudged Insane.
Dayton. Feb. 4.���"I love you and I
want ;-ou to be mine, for better of
lor worse," poetically declared Edward D, Miles, kneeling before a
young schoolmistress at Berryman
station, fifteen miles west of here,
ten minutes after he had introduced |
himself to her. Miles, who was en
route to Dayton from Fresno, Cal., to
visit his uncle, E. W. Alcorn, ex-
county treasurer of Columbia touniy, .
saw the young lady on the train and
became infatuated with her. When
she alighted from the car at Berry-
man Miles followed her to the school
house. With eyes staring with fright,
the teacher heard him pour out his j
heart, and then, when he proposed,
she ran screaming from the building. !
Miles escaped the Berryman of- ]
fleers and came on to Dayton
was heartiiy received by his uncle's
family, and seated himself by a front
window. A pretty girl passed, and
with the exclamation, "She looks
good to me; I'm going!" he dashed
after le r, Alcorn ln hot pti'suit. The
young man, who is twenty-four years
old and good looking, was caught
just as he was in the act of falling
on his knees before the frightened
Dayton girl. Sheriff Davis was notified and .Miles was arrested. Yesterday he was commit led to the Medical
Lake Insane asylum. Miles said he
was disappointed in love in California
and was on his way to Illinois to
claim "an old sweetheart of his." He
further informed the insanity commission that he stopped in Dayton
specifically for the purpose of joining the Blue Mountain Bachelor's
club. He said lie was in jail a month
at Salem. Or., because he told a po-
liceixan he was a stranger In the
town. Miles- talks rationally on
every subject except matrimony.
-<    .. .    CER   auHEDULE.
uow. i'   ...   be se'v lnle of soccer
'.' hi    e.    ,i   i      wa, ,. cup, emblem-
o'lc   if  th^-   . .i.nor  championship   of
b'-itisn Ci   . nbia;
F oi.    >   5���' ,oi !   '   !vln  v ���.  Cen-
'(���8'.'   Si.  Louis   vs.   ;ii   h   School.
iebruary 12 -High i hool vs. Sapperton.
Februa v If���St. Louis vs. Lord
Kelvin.
Feb' lary 2G ��� Central vs. High
Scl " I
March r>���-Sapperton vs. Central:
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton:   St.  Louis vs. Central.
March 10���Sapnerton vs. Lord Kelvin :  Central  vs. Si   Louis.
March 26 ��� Sapperton vs. High
���School:   Central vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���filch School vs. Lord Kelvin.
Tl e first named is the homp
team.
NOTICE 10 ARCHITECTS.
,YA -       OLUMBIAN    HOSPITAL���
,C     PETITIVE     DESIGNS.
L' ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Subdivisions  3. 4, 5,  6  of  Lot 43,
Suburban   Block  6.  New  Westminster City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title No. 439BF, issued in
jje ithe name of Annie Brown, has been
' tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate unless in the meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster, B. C, February 2, 1910.
Tne   Hoard   of    .Managers    for  the
Roya    Columbian    Hospital    invites
arclu eeis  to submit  competitive design    of a General Hospital, Which It
is    roposed to   erect    at  Sapperton,
S  w Westminster, B, C.
The designs shall be superscribed:
-esign.   Royal    Columbian     Hospital
and addn ssed to W. ll. Keary, Si c-
I    .''d of Managers, Royal Columbian  Hospital,   New   Westminster,
B. C, and will be reci Ived up to noon
Wi dm sday, 16th February, 1910.
di sigi   placed firs!   by thi   adjudicator  will  receive  a   premium  ot'
' $400; the second a premium of $ '
the thi; d a premium of *-' 0.
The     Board    Of   Man ...   -i>     Is  nn    %
bound to erect the building fro ..
,f the designs submitted.
Conditions   governing    competition *
c- :. be obtained by bona fide compi ti-  \}
;e-     upon  application   io  the  under
sif -   I.
W.   11.   KEARY,
��� lary.   Hoard   of   Man;.'-;' rs
Inster,   B.   C,  January   7
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New  WestrHnster   La'   I   District,   Dis    <,
trict of New Westminster. j J
Take  notice  that  William  Garland  ?
McQuarrie, of    New Westminster, B. IX
C., occuaption,    barrister at  law, in-1 ���
tends to apply for permission to pur- j T
chase the  following  described   lands: jZ
Commencing at  a  post  planted or, j ���
; the  shore  of    Welcome  Pass  at  <lu';��>
: Southwest corner of Lot  1478, group'*
1   New  Westminster  district,   thence  T
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the west half of section .11 hlock
5, North, range 5 west, New Westminster district.
Whereas. Proof of the loss of Certilicale of Title No. 9214F, issued In
the name of J. A. L. McAlplne, has
been filed in  this otlice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
'ity of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime v; Ild objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Di I let I -. istrar of Titlea.
I. nd  Regii I ,   Office,  New Westminster, B, (.'., January 27, 1910.
'easterly following the south boun-
dar yof said Lot 1478, 40 chains more
j or less to the westerly boundary of
Timher  Limit    38.783,    thence  BOUth
1 along  the  said  westerly  boundary  of
��� said   Timher  Limit  38.783,   4>>   chains
j more or less to the southwest corner
of said Timber Limit, thence easterly
'following thc south boundary of sail
Timber Limit 3o chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, thence
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
j Welcome Pass to point- of commencement containing one hundred and Sixty (160 acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND  BAGGS
Agent for William Garlan.l        . iar-
rie.
Dated. November 2Srd. 1909.
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LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing a;   a  post  planted  at
the  southeast corner of Timber  Lot
137341,   about,   one   mile   northeast,   of |
head   of   Hillings   Bay,   thenee   north
40 chains to or near small lake, thencp |
least   40   chains,    thence    south    40 i
TFNDF- <��� .
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be reodvd
at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday fhe
18th February, for the conveyanct ���*
His Majesty's Mails, on Droposed ce\
tracts for four years, 11 anrf 30 tine
per week each wa.. b-^twe.'n -no
New Westmistcr i-�� t-ffice c.nd iue
Canadian     Pacific   .<;;'��� a-.���     Static.
and the Great  >
tion from the  '
Printed   notice;,
information  as  le
posed  contract    mas    ie    se^-n
blank  forms  of  Tend      mav   bf
.   n haKvav St i
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interning further
li    ions  of  p" ���
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NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
All   boa's   having   full   masts   must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By ordi r. W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
.chains, thence west 40 cliains to point
of    commencement,    containing    160
I acres  more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 23, 1909.
talned at the Post ' ��� .. M' N >v
Westminster, Sapperton M 0';3et>8
borough and at the office * ''he Tost
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Ofi  ���������    ��r'U-
couver, B. ('., 7th January,  1  It
JOHN   It.  GREENFIEl  "��
Post  Office  Inspe   ->i
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER1
DISTRICT   OF   BURNABY.
NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick Thrussell, late of the City of
New Westminster, in the Province
of  British   Columbia,  deceased.
Notice is hereby given that ail persons  having  any  claims  or  demands
against  the late Frederick Tbnusell
who   died   on   or  about   the   'J-r''h   day
of   November.   1909,   at  the   CItj     I
New   Westminster.   Ln   the   Province
of British Columbia aforesaid  are required to send by p   ��� r rej
liver   to   the    undersigned
Applications for the position of As-
I sistant  Engineer  will be received by
the   undersigned   up   to   Wednesday,
I February 2, 1010.    Applications to be
I endorsed   "Assistant,   Engineer,"   and
to   state   Qualifications  and salary  re-
fiulrr "
C. T. SAUNDERS, Clerk.
Muni
ary
TENDERS FOR SEWER PlfE.
The Council is desirous of receiving
tenders for the supply ot Vitrified
Sewer Pipes.
Specifications,   approximate   'luanti
ties and further Information    mn   I
obtained from the City Engineer.
All  tenders must  be  delivered
the undersigned, marked "Tender      r
Hall, Edmonds, B. C, Janu- I Sewer Pipes," by 5 P- m. of Feb       v
'10. j 21, 1910. W. A. D! NCAN
 _| City       >rk
City Hall, January
NOTICE.
1910
for Fame are a
��� ��� the company'
.-.treet.
raiting
office
shareholders
on  Columbia
NOTICE.
Dividend No. 5, covering the yfjar j
19   ' has been declared br the Domin- I
hi "in for Harriett Ann Thnaaell, ex- N^n Trust Company Limited. Cheques I
ecutrix  of  the   last   win  of  "<���   said '     '
Frederick 1 hi ussell, their nan* - nd
addresses and full particulars lo writing of their claims and statements of
their account rerlfled b
declaration, and the nature of the
si' irltles Mf any) held b-.  tl
,\nd take noi   ���    ��� at  afu
day of Febiu iry, LtlO   the K Id  Har-
rii tt Ann Tl ll wi
di ������ Ibute thi -���      ���  ��� ..; de
ceased   1 ,    ,.
thereto,  bavii ������  ri gard  on!    to    the
claims t.f which    1 e shall the.
had notice, ami thai the said I!
Ann Thrnssel!. will not b<   liable foi
tbe said assets or any pan  thereol
Dated this  fifteenth  (16th)  day of
January,   1010.
IN   THE     SUPREM?.     GO
BRITfri      ,OLU.
JF
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell,
to  any   person   Of   whose   claim     she
shall  not  then  have received  notice.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Rs the east half of section 36, block
6, North range 6, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate No. 921 r.F. Issued In the name
of J. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed ln
this office
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the  said  Certificate,  unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office. New Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that tbe
'Pitt Klvcr Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency, the Governoi General In Council, for the approval of a certain site
foi the construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the I'itt
River, In the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited With the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at. Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a
description of the site thereof, and
have also deposited a duplicate of
each in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the said District of New
Westminster, In which District said
works are proposed to be constructed,
In accordance with the requirements
of Keelon 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated tho 11th day of January, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
In the matter if the orth West
quarter Section 45, Ti ship 13, E
c M. Distrlcl a N ��� ��� Westminster
and Province o| H-�� j Columbia,
"'id in e matter che Estate of
John y   it   Vtacdor     ,, deceased,
By der of th lonourable Mr.
JustJ      Me risotl d Hie 7th day of
Jan y, 10, te rs will be receiv
ed to tanner 1, lfiio, by the- un-
de gn- 1. for r purchase of all the
P     .te  and    /      -est   of  John    Scot!
cd'   ne)'   a 1     his  heirs In and to
.   p.d   F'nr      r   thai   certain  pnrcel
r '   ��ct   jf    1 nd f-nd  premises r.bov 1
mr  Jon d
r. J.   CAMBRIDGE,
Jls' ic>   registrar  of the 6upritnc
our'  0'     tlt'rft Columbia.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WKHT-
mlnater Board of Trada. meets In tn*
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novenm-r at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may bf
pronnsnrt nn<\ elected nt any month
ly or quarterly mpftlng. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2, Pitt Fractional,  Silicon   Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated ln the New
Westminster    Mining    Division    of
New   Westminster   District,   where
located Pitt Lake:
Take   notice   that   we,   Pitt    Lake
Brick and Cement Company, Limited,
Free  Miner's  Certificate   No.  B30434,
Intend 00 days from  the date hereof
to apply to the Mining  Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance ot such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  this  14th  day of  December,
A. D. 1909.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMENT
CO., LTD., E. J. FADER, Agent.
Free Miner's Certlllcate No. B30435.
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THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are   prepared   by   experl   while
cooks in the cleanest and most
kitchen   In   the  city.
s; Hilary
leased   for     a    pe,i,M]
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Bhall he leased    J^Jg     5
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rate ot
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company,     a royall
fiv,- cents per ton sha
on tbe merchantabl   ,       .
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Deputy of the Mlnlste
N.B.���Unauthorized
rofth, [ntl
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this  advertise,,.,.,,    ��vii|PU^UJat'��n ot
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Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London-
v"���:��'*on. lOiuatu
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
,39   FRONT   ST.,  WINDSOR BL0cK
Droprietress, M      <    :.    ,
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.1 11 UA.,    mSK.^
And all th s principal Dusinesscen ers of
ONTARIO   QUI BEC    in  the MARI-
,Ui.  ii J/IN. i
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Timu Tables, etc.. address
GEO.   W.  VA-X.
Assistant Genera] Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago.
KTvl*
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
ln the railway belt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is thj sole head Of a family
or any male over 1 -. years ol age, to
it,, extent of one-quarter section ol
llio acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
In which the land is situate. fclntrj
by proxy may, however, be made l)'i
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sU
ter of an intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is required to per
form the conditions connected therewith under one of the loiiowiug
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
tact,  year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother. If tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides u]>on a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for. the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has bis permanent
resilience upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to resld.-ne*
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commission, r of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for [latent.
Coal.���Coal   mlnlnp  rights   may   be
| g- CANADIAN PAHHS
B.C.CoastiiS,Sijjs|
FROM VANCOUVER.
"n ^""I'-l'ail:-   ai   1:3cj ^  ,
Northern British Columbla-aLl
Saturday ll p.m. '" 7
To Nanaimo, Union   C ox-iwl
day   and   Thursda; . gl
day. 11   p.m. "
To Xanaiine.   fj  ||,
FROM  NEW  WESTMINSTER,
I'pper   Fraser     ,i, , ..   .     |
and      way    points B
leaves    Westmlnst,
Monday,  Wednesda; .."I
turning, leavi a Chllllw,      at 7 a-'l
on Tuesday, Thursdaj '|
For further  pari *V
dress
KI). Con.:   i    ���   .   ���
\e\V     Wl   ,
or
C.  Ii. POSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pa
Vanco ... i  ,j c.
Model Sign Works |
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL.
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth Street!
|New Westminster.
TheO.  P. Young. Prop.
English v::
Gold Watcneg for Lad  i (r:. |1UJ
up.
Silver  Watches,    gent?'   open U��i
16.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents' <;-:. cue,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and   ��ltf��
Watches.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*   trom   Geo. Adamt, Crocfl
X
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Electric Railway Service
i!
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Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run   every half
hour   from   fi:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave tbe depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city   line,
City Line: Cars le��T�� tram
office ou the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:28 a m
Sapperton Line: Can K��ve
at ten minutes after tke SoM
half past and fifty minutes alter
the hour, commencing at J:���
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourlyW
tween S:30 a. m. and 11. P- m-
|   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER][AND NEW WESTMINSTER
^Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doort,
Interior Finish,    Tur        Work,   EtcJ
Fish and Bo> -
Large Stock Par an.    'an      Glass.
FARMERS A i^NTION!
Lumber    Iw  vs'in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal C��.y Branch, Columbia St
New Weitminrt*
Tel��ohon�� 12.
am IA1
URDAY,
FEBRUARY   5,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
OWNS VvMTH_TROUBLES.
wdon,J' trouble to her ft*.
\rk\o'* trouble to earthquakes.   fc��
vtoret ��K)^t)0 residents were killed
mtotral l* t^8 trouble of  Mar-
Mail Service
|fbc
illiw. an
wurt wind that Increases the
|tr��
Lboatc plague to tt9 I*���01�� of Bora-
Bach rltT W8 *�� ner t1"000'6 an
nnu��l trttots of SVOOO sou*,
fearful* trouble to tbe "Bagdad but
L " j foro that attacks praetlsally
L'rj- jostdwit and vtoltor, leafing s
Cton ���to**' I**���aneut *'��r-
IKadrtfs trouble to the noU.no, n sum-
L wind fro��� **>* sootajsast. It is ex-
Ljjjijrjy not and to accompanied h*
Lim*. ""�����,kUv��cio,vto of (ltMt> �����
at ootwi1h��ti����ding a temperature- of
s ���{ t�� depress all windows must 4*
.,i    p,��JJ��.U\)phlu Heiletlu.
which
;.l0O(h rate 00 per cent
(rtta's trouble to cholera, and the fore  the  actual despatch
Following are the hums or despatch
ml arrival of mails at the New west-
ninster post office, the hour given ln
������:i'-a case being the hour of closing,
i half au hour, as a rule, be-
AU  mans,
nnless otherwise stated, are despatch
d and received dally except Bunday.
The  only   malls   dispatcher   aud   received Sunday are the G. N. H. South
and C. P. R. .'ast mails, not Including
he   way   mails,     Sapperton,     rraBer
Mills ami Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
U:no a.m.  (closed at eleven o'ciock
the  previous   night)���Vancouver    via
G. N. it. Owl.
j CHURCH I
f SERVICES
(Changes lor tills column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
8 p.m. on Fridays. Th�� omission ot
way diurch notice from this coluiua
indicates that uo copy has be*wi turned
'" by the pastor or other responsible
>arty.)
CflNADiAf.
1 m m
- CANADIAN PACIFICCanadian PacificRaUway Ca
RAILWAY CO.
Tus Ml��� ��' Chemistry.
���CijemtottT <M wot become a sr-lenr-e
]lr> other w<>rds, chemistry proper did
Mist���Vital  the seventeenth   cen-
Irr MSai It w'��8 ss late as tbe middle
[the eljhtaenth csntury before It be-
4ii>ouiit to rou��b.    The old al-
a nudoubtedly    contained    the
Irras, or nt b*ant the poswibilltIrta, of
L present day chemistry, tat beyond
Sunday,   February  6.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev, G. C. D'ea,
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via   sum> rector.   Celbration of Holy Com-
I. ('. Electric railway. | sum, rector. Celebration of IIoiv Com
munion and sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday-
;"   p.   m.;    evensong   and
First C. P. H. east taking all points
ast including Langley and district.
'The mall for AbboiBiord ami district, Clayburn and district, Hunting
don and district, and Matsqui are des-
patched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���hllaiue and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soulU;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldive and llaz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey mails are received from
,8 relationship betwee* toe mod- oiowsrdale, except   Hall1    Prairie, Ha
science and the ancient dehwlou la ,,,. , , .,  an , Fernridge, which arriv    m
lit Indeed.    GUI!, lt cannot bs de- i���.   port  Guichon   nam o,  Tue
jd that It wa* ln the foolish search rhursdays   and   Saturdays,
jthe "Philosopher's Stow" aiid ths n.'i" a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
.ttlr of 1-lfe" that men tlret lilt upon Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
discoveries  which  were  destined way.
(develop Into rue great science of *> u
L,_ri<w Tork American.
schoi
sermon
no
p.m.���Strawberry    Hill, Tim-
berland   and   South   Westmlne er,   bj
ourler (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East BurnaDy, by counei
2:00 p.m,���Burquitlam, >by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:;i0  exec-lit   Saturday)���Ladner,   fori
Tht Sareastlo Cabby.
jbe London lobby La BOtoliOM foi
trgrown feet nnd bands.    Lllcswisa
London   cabby   U   generally   ac
rtltod with iwvor bstnK at a loeH for  Guichon,   Westham     Island   and   Sun
One day a bobby  lifted u?   bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward
reply.
|Tu��sday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. ('. Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched and received  via Vancouver, i
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G.  N'.  R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nioomekl, ami
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
hnnrl majestically to bait a cabby,
tt tie litt��?r crowded his horse aheail
fl/llo'l you ������� me ratoe mj 'nnOT
utnded the bobby.
I did ���*** the sky darken ft moment
It my 'on* was thy In' at your feet,'
[orted tl>e cobby oa he whipped U|   Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyn-e-
. went on.���London Graphic. head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
cord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver nnd Burnaby
lake, via 11. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail la despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all V
S. points east and south, via G. N K
| "Flyer."
C p.m.���Second C. P. R-. east, Kra
per Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
iwer and portmanteau and, lu fact wack. Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
pry available receptacte of over? Lytton. Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nlc-
icriprJ :: Is stuffed full of my wife's ola and district, and all-point
Jpertj    '"I  ' ben I want to put away except Kootenays.
���:j'; collars"- Mails  Received.
|l,       .�����.!.'   1 know what you men*
.toting man.   If your bedroom
.   : is    long    and    lined
>: to   tbe   celling   with : \ le
pen and you wonted a place to  (except  Tuesday), via B.  C. Electric
I     i     a  couple of collars, yoa Railway.
In'tl .1 i -. iok thai wasn't full ot     <j:uo t0 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hia,
i<:      tufts of frizzes, pads, scent'by courier (Tuesday and Friday),
ild gloves, powder puffs, rings1    9:30  am.���Vancouver and   Victoria
Itl   .     So Just accept the lnevlta  Ivla G. N. R
Wrap your personal  property   ln
ild:   - Bpaper or gome brown papei
Wde the parcel under the bed."
lie Inquirer smiled loudly and lmnl-
and passed on a wiser lf not a
��n..*��   Wat���I   ���avpr-rtrnoav.
ttf," said ft nrl��ad the other day,
ar* nn old band  at lt.    I huv��
h Jiitt got marrlBd, ftjvi d'��n't under
Hid tmicb al��'Ut tha business, but has
|iuarrli��1 mfcui any rights  left when
once assumes the hymeneal reapon-
litlesr
"ltiKhtJiT    Yes.   lots!     lie's  a   riRtil
|pay all the bills, to"���
Stop.   I mean this.    Let me give
N    nn   Instance.     Every    box    and
asl
in
eluding all U. S. points, via G. N. B,
"Owl."
i:20  a   i.���Vancouver and
(excepl   Tui -dayi,   via  B.   C.
er mun.
10:00 to 11:09 am.���Ladner, Port
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched ami received via Vancouver.)
I.'iklm..   ThroTiluu   Stick*.
"throwing      stick."      "throwing
Jcrt" or "spear  thrower,"   ax  lt  Is
'nccic><>s cnii<*i, is a contrivance for
(sting n Javelin or hnrvo'i. which 1*
pWped   by   various   savage" race*,
>* the  AuBtrnllatifl.  some South
Dsfcso tribes and especially hy tbe
���ho*, among wlaom  lUi ti��e Is ni-
0uiv��r��tU.    ItoUgMy  si>eAking, It
1 tKurow KToo^'tyl board a foot or se
r% ��*th (��ne end cut Into a hnndJe
1 (ta oOiflr provided witli a stud or
"�� th* butt of tho sjxfir to rest
Ht*   �� Is uaed ttna: Grasiilng the
"^ m h# would a irwortl, the man
*�� Shaft  of  tlja  spear  Into the
f^ wltt) ttt* butt rotating agaiast
Ht*, it-ndylng the Hj>enr with the
Vt.   Th.ui, extending hi.s arm and
��HBg back his hand till tho spear
^���^Mitnl,  he alms at the  mark
DSDpeli Uhj   weapon  by   a  quick
***t Jerk of tlie stick.   In this way
������ Haa Eskimo boys casting Uxir
MU Jsral).m ul wounded wutartevL
l��wn����j,M mm] Up In Busliftasa.
|T5owiMtatoH i\>r oysters?   ��o\ now
��t dflyi) a,^ by,   uoopte don't llks
JO downstairs for anything. They
P��'t mind noin^ upstairs, but object
tin basements." So spoke en old
Pner "let lt is easily within the
���nnory of a middle aged man whei
ptec osllara were numeroas. The**
P only u tew left The same way
j��� barix>r shops. Irbrty, or *+*>d
Fty, }��irs ngo most of theci were in
Memsnts. Even saloons were often
��wn*tiitra. despite the obvious dlffl-
'^ <>f throwing an obstreperous cus-
r16f out. Nowadays if s upstairs foi
^wytLiag.- rhUadelphla Becoed.
8:40 a.m.���C. P. It. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m,���Bast Burnaby. by courier.
2-no p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, m-
ludlng all IT. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall   cast,   ana
losed mail from Sumas. and Seattle.
neludlng TJ. S. A.  matter, and
Fraser Mills.
also
CWamplon Button Sowar.
L*��>  Philadelphia   fiecord   declare-
�� Choiiea (1 n��ber, an employes in
���nl�� taetory at Btxausetown. Berk*
v~vi Pfc, Is an sxpert et sewing oa
""���*.    lis sewod on 4,t00 buttoni
^y riwontly in five and one-haU
���> whfch maens 000 shirts, seven
�����oa to a shirt, or about fourteen
jwns in n mln%js.   At another time
'���"tr* aware of tbe fact tbat bs
C5L^*����� timed, ho sewed on seven
sbT" 'n ^wty-ttv. seconds.    Mr,
,J*r 2^lai   ho  can   fasten,  en  a
���taaL    enty-��no btrttone ln a min-
^^���nbnttonstosshlrt.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
Phone 105 P- O. Box 345
School Books
and
Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
7 p. m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
K-av. J. S. Henderson, pustor. Ser
vices 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m. Sabbath
�����hool and Bible claa3 2:39 p.m.
Morning, "< hrist and the Storms of
Life;" evening, "God's Simple Answer to Mun's Earnest Question.*'
ST. STEPHEN'S PRB8BYTEK1AJN
-Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
I)., pastor. Services at ll a.m. and
7:30 p. m. Morning, "The Good
Pleasure of the Father;" evening,
"The Social Teaching of Christ."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Rev. F. G. Thompson, M. .V,
paator. Pu lie worship: Miorning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Bible class
and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., Y.P.S.
C. 10., Tuesday, 8p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rarv. C. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 11 am. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
scliool at 2:30 p. m. Morning. "The
Friendship of Jesus:" evening, "What,
is God Really Like?" Quarterly love
feast at 10 a. m. The Sacrament, of
the Lord's Supper wi'il be celebrated
after the morning service.
ST. PAUL'S RBKORMJED EP1SCO-
.���Al.,���Kev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Service st 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday in tha mouth avf-
wr morning service. Prayer aieeti��ej
on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Morning
subject, "Gideon and His Army,"
evening, "Nathaniel, the Guileless
Man."
OUVKT BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
GOSPEL HALL, corner ol Sixth
avenue and Ninth street, Evangelist
.1. .J. House will pleach at 7 p.m. Subject. "A Beautiful Woman With a
Good Dnderstandingj Who Had an
Evil, Churlish Husband."
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
James Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services at ll a.m. an l 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school al
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednes-
daj at S p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. I). Braden. pa8tor. Services al
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school ai
2:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
ai 8 .p m. Specla. missionary anniversary. Prof. A. E. Ilethertingtou,
B, A., D. 1).. will preach both morning and evening.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Sunday-school"; 11 a. m.. service; 3 p. tn.,
enrollment Of recruits; 7:3u p. ni.,
service. Staff Captain Wakefield and
his sou, of Vancouver, will have
charge for the day.
TiXmS UKTMODIST CHAPBL���
���ichUi street, hetwten Third and
(Fourth avenues. Love feast, 10
a.tn. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
gehool, 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 pin..
Midweek prayer meeting. Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T H. Marsh, pastor,
71S Queen's avenue. Rev. C. S. Mc-
Kinley, of Seattle, will preach morning and evening.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
OHUROH���BOJlJainln Sand, pastor.
Sunday service n a.m., I. O. O. F-
ball. Rev. T. H. Dahl, D. D., president of the Norwegian Lutheran
Church of America, will preach.
OOLUNGWOOD MBTHODI��T -
Bervices at 11 a.m. and 7:10 p.m.. ���*���-
say school at 10 a.m. Bpworth Lssssn
Tsssday 8 pin. DundosaM sobooi
���wuss; Service at 2 p.m. and Ssesaf
ssbool at 3 p.m. Rev W. ��wart Josws,
(pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sundav
school at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's sorvice at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serviaeat
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday Bchool
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rtv. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 �����hl.
ST.   MARY'S,   SAPPERTON���Holy
communion, 8:30 a. m.; evensong and
sermon, 7 p. m.. Preacher, Rev. C.
Leonard, curate of Holy Trinity Cathedral.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sun
day services,    11
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P. M.
making direct connections for all
points In Eastern Canada and United
States. Seattle train leaves at 8:35
a.m.;  Agassi/, local at 5:,'!5 p.m.
For further particulars apply  to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME 1 /XLSLIi
ANCOUVER
SEATTLE
Trains Every Day in the
BETWEEN
Ycvdi
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
HIE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest aud best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, aud
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consist-- ot jirivate compartment cars, standi:rd 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modwn day
coaches and buffet, library and smok-
isp car.
For   Time  Tables,   Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Saattle. Wash
VICTORIA
ROUTL.
S.S.   PrincesB   \ ictuna  leaves   Van-
louver 11  p.m., going direct to Seat
le  daily  except   Wednesday.
S.S.   Charmer   leaves    Vancouver   J
.in., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leavea  \ au
.ouver,  iu a.m.  daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria toi
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves N'ew Westminster on vveo
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quaisino and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcusel, Quatslno, Cape Scoit and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and duly 'j.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 2.
BankofToronto
GENERAL
Banking Business
The Bank of Toronto with
more than 50 years of experience of successful banking
business in Canada offers to
merchants, manufacturers and
other business men an unexcelled banking service.
Interest paid on Savings Accounts.
Current Accounts opened on
favorable terms.
Letters of Credit issued tor
travellers  and   Importers.
Drafts and Money Orders
sold.
Loans made to responsible
people.
Head Office- Tosonto
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
B.    C.
J. Oracey, Mgr.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SEHVICt.
SS.  Que-en  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 1-1 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at S a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursdaj
Jld Saturday at 7 a.m.
and   Information
"The MQwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line." Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansat City  to Chicago.
No trains in the service on an}
railroad in the workl that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee ii St. Paul Railway. They
..wn and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains am: !
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, G-neral Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder  Po'-'land, Or.
For   reservations
call or address
ED.  GOULET,   ,���
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
.1.  W.   TROUP,
General Superintendent  Vtetorta
MffES.
. -iS^^j
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and lu Loudon, Eug-
and. New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
0. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of *>l and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totitl  Assets ovvr $168,000,000.00.
WEV"  WESTMINSTER  ERANCH,
G. D. BRYMN'F.U    Minager.
Wt\\ \
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-
, reshing for hath or toilet, for wash-
, Cleanses   and   purl lie...
%Hmm��EM*Wmmm*mm$>
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day ScheOule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:00, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:U0
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 1T.JU  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New Westminster at 8:U0 aud 9:00 a.m., asd
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave N>w Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lascar 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
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. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.
.in.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:65
ar. N. W. 9:30
ii.ra.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.
p.m.
ar. N.W. 6:10
ar. N.W. ��:26
a.m.    and    7 P-m.
Week day service, every day at 8 P-m
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH
���Andrew   Grieve,     pastor.   Services
every  Sunday    afternoon    ln  Kirk's
Hall,   (corner  Keary  street  and  C
lumbia street) at 3:30.
CRYSTAL     THEATRE���Evangells
tic  service  for  men  takes  place  at,
3:30 p. m.
k's
Co/1
Q. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., returss at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., eor-
rives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. ou
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, ana
��:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each wees
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves  N. W.   3:50  p.m.  dally ex-
pt  Sunday;   ar. Gulchon at 7 p-m.
I
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
NEWiWESTMINSTER
i
4ta*
I TACK  TIGHT.
THE D \;LY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY  5
4
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The name STARRETT is
known to all mechanics,
and STARRETT'S TOOLS
spi ak for themsi Ives.
We have now a full stock.
See the display in our
window.
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iCiTY News;
=j��
has sold
Annacls
Justice Murphy, of the supreme
court, will hold chambers here today
at 11 o'clock.
A. J. Pan i'ier, of Ladm r,
seventy-nini h ir s of land 01
island for $23,700.
\Y. B. Fales offers you a beautifu. i Tlie .Mission Water. Light und
sideboard for $20, or a chiffonier for ! Power company, of Mission City, is
$12. We beat any sale going on. *** applying for a water record of seven-
idles of St. Paul's Reformed
��� Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA  STREET.
���
���
���
���
:
:
The .
Episcopal church will hold a sa^e of
aprons in the lecture room of the
church on Tuesday afternoon and evening.   Refreshments will be served.
Mayor Lee has received some valuable maps showing the soundings of
all the waters in the Fraser river
and ln the Sound. The surveys for
the maps were taken by Captain G.
H. Richards, H. N., for tho admiralty.
.STORAGE
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VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
ice
To Contractors: ���
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Plumbing and
Tinsmithtng.
Ring up
281
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We Give Careful Mention
to accounts (if corpor,.lions, firms and
Individuals, ami sha1'   h    plea;  J  to |
meet or  correspond   wit 1   those  win.
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If  you   haven'1   a  S':uin::s  Account,
NOW is the best time 1 ��� '-���art one.
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON    BLOCK,   M;i
SQUARE,   PHONE  3dL
;et
Th, ifcyai Ban!, of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets      70,000,000
New  Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch,
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
^.m*\\V,  ^r,  ..,;<UJmmS
Westminster Modern
Bush *ns School
With  a  knowledge  of    tin-    latest
methods   this   school   is   prepared   to
lei      the smi,1, iiis placed in Us care
by   tin-   she: 1 si   ;oa 1    tnrough   the
n 1 11   thorou;    course to a desirable
.:    sy.-vi b)M  iis watchword;  PRO-
IGRESS its goal ami HONOit ii< trad(
j mark.
W�� give you the lalesi business
i methods and assist you to get a sit million when yon graduate. Come ami
! talk it over.
A.   L.   BCUCK,  Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
LIST   YOUR PROPERTY   WITH
E
FADE
FOR QUICK   SALES
We have for sale City and Suburban Properties,
Farming Lanps and Water Frontage,
Timber Lands.
Telephone 295
D
Westminster
tenths of one cubic f'ooi per second,
the water to be diverted from Mis-
sion creek and conveyed by means
of a dam and pipeline to the town.
According to the application posted
in the mining tecorder's office
the water is to be used f .. u. ..: ,t I
purposes. ,
For nrst-cia^s cut nowers aad a-y
kin ; o; Floral worn, teies uone Davie-
Greenhouse. it20fc
A Hag has been flying at half mast
over tlie Hank of Montrei I building
for the past few days as a m irk of
respect to the late '. ir George Uruni-
mond, preslden   ot ;' ��� institution.
Two vagrants appeared in the police court yi. terda;  on nn old charge.
They had' b en ! Iven a chalice to
leave town ^ - ne ;.ai- ig<>. hut are
still here. On v.il. remain for three
months and the Other for one, according to the edict issued by Magistrate Corbould.
Call at The Royal Cafe for lunch,
dinner or after theatre Bupper.
Fifty-four feet adjoining the Presbyterian manse on Carnarvon street, belonging to F. J. Lynch, was sold to
a locai real estate man yesterday for
$2000. The deal was put through by
!'.  Peebles.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., trj the New Furniture Store,
Denny .v Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
The Columbia street Improvements
are progressing rapidly, and with a
couple of months tine weather the
work should be completed. The roadbed for the new double track is being
prepared and the workmen will start
in a day or two to lay the concrete
stringers in which the rails wil
imbedded, l! is the intention - .
city and llle 15- C. E. it. to a ,.i tui-
roadbed as nearly peril'.- n in as possible, and the present .. r ties wi.l
he dispensed with, wit . . ie exc ption
of one every eight feel oi s to provide a giJp for tbe conciotc.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone K208, Davies' Green-
bouse. **
Rev. .1. S. llendeson was in Vancouver yesterday in connection with
the proposed Y. M. C. A. in this city.
He consulted the officials of the Y.
JI. C. A. there and found out that Mr.
Savers, general secretary of the institute in the west, is coming to the
coast and may be her- in a few days,
lie is coming out to do some special
work  in  V-toria  and  Nanaimo,  and
Sorts will oe made to have him come
here to help get the Scheme under
way. Recently Mr. Sayers opened the
new $30,000 Y. M. C. A. building in
Nelson. The committee appointed at
Thursday night'* meeting will meet
for the first time on Monday evening.
The entrance to the office of VV.
Webster, mechanical expert, is en
Sixth street. Take tlie main entrance
to the barber shop and cafe and the
first door to the left. Drop iii and
see the secret of the monorial.      ***
Mayor J. A. Lee returned from Victoria   yesterday,   where   he   went   on
j Wednesday to consult with the gov-
i ernment about  the change from  tho
I city charter to the Municipal Clauses
I act.    He states that  the government
11 have   the   measure   under   consideration, but that New Westminster may
j I have   to   drop   some   of   the   clauses
! which the city desired to have incor-
��� porated in the act. Tho executive
'also have the matter of the change
i in   the  rate  of  interest   on  the city
��� bonds under consideration.
Walgamutt's orchestra in attend-
1 anee at The Royal Cafe. **
Our
Money-Back
Guarantee
dire Robin Hood Flour
two fair trial*-. If you
are not Batlxfled will, it,
then, your grocer will
Kive you back your
money. What roald bo
fairer!    Will you try iu
At a meeting of New Westminster
-ar- r- *r * Camp  No. 63 Of  the Woodmen  of  the
1   rSflSTCr    V_0��   Worid> held Thursday night, the olll-
cers   for   the   year   were   elected   and
  Installed. Sovereign   Ramplin. of Van-
*~~" couver. tho chief organizer in British
Columbia, presiding at the latter ceremony. There was a good attendance
at the meeting. And Hie speeches
made were very optimistic about the
future of the order In Canada, and in
New Westminster in particular. The
officers elected are as follows; Counsel
commander. D. S. Curtis; adviser
lieutenant, J. .1. Johnston; clerk, F.
O. Canfleld; banker, F. S. Marks; escort. II. L. Edmonds; watchman, ,1.
H.ackburn; sentry, J. B. Foster;
board of managers: C. H. Kalblck,
H. L   Edmonds and J. J. Johnston.
fli  ��j THont  Hi.      Barn  'Pnone 13*
Columbia  8treet.
Baggage    -I <-11 v.-red    promptly    to
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
EDMONDS
Lot on Edmonds Road, close
to school,
$400
One quarter cash, balance six,
twelve and eighteen months.
��� W. S. ROSE, li^cohimb^^
TELEPHONE 655.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Less than cost, to clear
$3.50 each
It is not a question of cost when we consider
the advisability of clearing out these few odd skirts
und coats. Their room is needed and we cannot
afford to have them around all summer.   Our low
Prices for this Special Clearance Sale
will find ready buyers who are on the alert for
worthy bargains. All new goods in popular everyday styles.
Odd Shirts, each $3.50
REGULAR $6.50 TO $8.75.
Another wonderfully attractive offering��� most opportune.    Skirts are new lines, priced low I '
the range of sizes is broken,   our Spring Skin> win be needing the space occupied by thes,- lagf   ���
Avail yourseif of the Friday and Saturday snaps in Skirls thai can  not  fail   to  be  a'ce. ptabli
price.    Each  |UQ
Children's Coats, each $3.50
REGULAR  $5.75 TO  $7.50.
A Coat bought new at this price is one of the best buys o; the  season.    Materials   us. .1  i. I
makeup are mostly Dark Tweeds, in Grey, Green, Navy, Brown and mixed effects.   Velvet collars and
cuffs add a dressy appearance to a number of popular Btyles, others  are   trimmed   with   Btrapplni  and
buttons.    All new styles, complete range of sizes.   To be cleared at, each $350
Welcome News About New Spring Wash Goods
New Prints, Anderson Ginghams, Zephyrs, Batistes, Foulards, Ducks, Dribs, ���tc, ln colorini; and
designs thai denote a complete change. The first showing is but an inkling of what may be expected
in our well known Wash Goods Section. We will take pleasure in being allowed to show you the new
fabrics in all their freshens and beauty.    ON DISPLAY TODAY.
New Spring Models in  Corsets
Crompton's Corsets, in a complete range of sizes; new style features are prominent, adaptations ot
Imported designs are worked out with proper! conception of the needs of the well dressed Canadian
woman. The manufacturers of Crompton's "A La GRACE CORSETS" know well when to make desirable changes in their popular production. Visit the Corset Section now, when the stock Is complete.
Prices range per pair from  _   _    $1.00 to $6.53
White Cambric Night Dresses 90c. to #3.50 each
Made in popular slipover style, with dainty yokes of embroidery and lace, finished with Bilk rib-
bon drawstring; others with yokes of fine tucking and embroidery, made in the button-front style,
each   '   90c to $3.50
White Cambric Corset  Covers 95c. each
A special Corset ('ever, made or Ail-Over Embroidery, win, pretty ribbon drawstring, made wi,il
well lilting peplune, all tub  sizes, each      95c
New Style Corset Covers 75c. each
Made wiih fine embroidered front; buttons under arm, which allows no buttons to show under
fine lingerie waists; all sizes.   Each   75c
Shirr  Ruffle Bust Forms
Made like a Corset Cover, with frills which can be drawn out ready to launder; a great aid to A
perfect figure and perfect fit of any gown; all sizes.   Each     $1-50

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