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FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
fOLUME 6, NUMBER 44.
SEfivSTra
KIP ONE ANOTHfR
,: xiety to Carry on Business
May Enable Parliament to
Exist for a Time.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23, 11)10
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
PAYSTREAK'S TRIAL TRIP   ' **���������������������������������*���������������*������������������������������������������������*���
'0 BE PLEASURE Mm
Business  Men  Will   Be  Guests of the
Royal   City   Navigation   Co.'s   New
Boat on  Maiden  Moyage.
a general
lness and profes-
... Feb. 22.���In a speech at a
���ollticul  luncheon today   Arthur    J.
Lfour,  l��ader  of    the    opposition,
.   . l0 clear the atmosphere bj In-
���J        that  the  Unionists did not
to   throw   any   unnecessarj
J,��flcU ���    in the way of the govern-
f dealing with the Impending
IfObicni of  finance,  the  solution  of
;,n was necessary  for the carry-
hig' un of the administration, though
'.' ::.i,i, !: "When it comes to larger
.rnhiems involving a matter ot prin-
|lplPi concerning the house ol  lords   commenced  on   the   following   Tues-
,,,.,, can  be  neither a compromise  day.
lor, p .ii rangement."
B.irnes  Wants  Assurances.
The Bteamer Paystreak, built for
'"<' Royal City Navigation company,
and which is Intended for up-river
Acinic.-, will be given Its trial trip
OH Sat ui (lay, March 5, When ��
Invitation to the busl
Bional men of the city will he extended by tin- proprietors for a free
excursion. The Paystreak will leave
about two o'clock i��i tn, afternoon,
and will return somewhere between
Ave and six o'clock.
_ The regular run on tho
Chilliwack   ami   way   point
LIBERAL MEET1 NG   TONIGHT.
The annual meeting of the New Westrr.instei Liberal Association will be held at the Liber il headquarters, over the Oaily News
office, this evening, commencing at half past eight o'clock, with
President  A.   E.   Kellington   in   the chair.
The election of officers for the year will be the r.hief business
before the meeting, although many other matters of importance will
also come up for discuss "n.
A representative at'-ndance is desired. All Liberals in the
city, members of the ?'.?ociation as well as non-members, are asked
to be present.
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day
The boat is now read} toi service,
;""l only waits th0 approval of the
b ''"'' Inspectors. The Bmoke&tack
was placed in position yesterday afternoon, and the finis!
'  engines and
Lightweight Championship
Changes Hands After a
Big Forty-Round Battle
Richmond, (.' !., Feb. 22.���His face   Into the ring and gave the principals
battered to a  pulp, his eyes closed,   their Instructions.     The   'ins    was
covered with Mood   and   staggering   cleared for action and time called at
helplessly   aboul   the   ring.   Battling   'J;1"J P- ~.
I Nelson  was  saved from  a  knockout i Round  One.
in the fortl 'th round of his fight with j
Ad Wolgast today, when Referee Ed-
BLASTER WJ liiiOKt WIRE \%[[ STAND OR
WILL BE REQUESTED TO PAY
Johnston     Stevenson   Will     Probably
Find Shifting  Rocks With Powder
a Costly Proceeding.
ir the responslbl
Upon tbe resumption of the debate
tn tt"' house George Barnes,    chair-   , . ,   ,
L, ���,    ,h, ^Parliamentary    Labo,   the engines   ��� KS s werSUn
ailed   thy  laborites  with  the   lart week.   The selection of the crew
jaticaalists   and   demanded    further   is now  y n experien^Ja
LB6 ranee that Asquith would not de-    Q   belng hJR,d  'j
���aj fli ding with the lords' power of  positions,
fveto. 	
Thi   Labor men, he said, believed
I    ,    ilu   House  of Lords  was  a  useless   Irritating  harrier  to democratic
I Democracy     sometimes
IflTt > mad, bul the lords never saved
J,' :��� -i.ii-y from itself. The electors,
]> Ided, expected decisive action,
I..��� $ ' wished definite assurances
]: ��� if the veto question was not
��� di with immediately It would be
1 settled before the next budge! was
I I     Barnes declared that the La
ir-    was   In   favor   of     home
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Conference  in  Premier's Room.
, . .itions between the gov-
, ��� and the Nationalists    were
i   this   afternoon.     The   Irish
[ leaders  laid  their  views  before  the
urging    the    desirability  of
ing everything possible to
lion   of   the   lords'   power  of
Subsequently   the    ministers
m��'t In  the  premier's   room   in   the
Houst ol Commons for a conference
'���  ��� ��� themselves.
Budget a Curse to  Ireland.
William    O'Brien.  Nationalist,
!. BURWELL ASKING
m MUCH MONEY ?
Mayor   Lee   Thinks   Engineer   of   Coquitlam   Pipe-Line  is Getting Too
Big a  Remuneration.
.Mayor Lee considers the cost of
tiie engineering of the Coquitlam pipe
line much too high. On looking up
the records of the transaction he
found that Herman Burwell, the en-
Nelson swung his left high on the
bead and a moment later planted
his left on Wolgast's face. They
fought at close range at a fast clip.
Wolgast stood with his back against
the ropes and flayed the Battler with
shortarm jabs on the face. Nelson
forced tho fighting.
Round Two.
Nelson started the round with a
left smash to the lace and forced his
man against the ropes. Wolgast
swung two powerful lefts to the face
and a right and reft to the jaw at
close range. Nelson's lip bled a little.    Wolgast's  round.
Round Three.
Wolgast shot in three straight lefts
I to   the   face,   Nelson   rebuking   him
with a right swing fairly on th-e jaw.
Alter   Borne   wrestling  Nelson forced
'   his mar. against the ropes, but Wol-
Bimilar blow.    Three so-onds   gas,  covered up       Boto  Ilu,n plowed
' ������������'  '��� ""   "'������''��� '   up considerable.     Hound even.
Round   Four.
Nelson piled on top of his man,
anfd the Milwaukeean fought back
fiercely. Nelson staggered Wolgast
with a left uppercut to the Jaw, followed with left ami right swings to
the body. Wolgast fought back
gamely,   placing   for   the   head   and
die Smith humanely stopped an unequal contest. Nelson, game to tlie
last, stood in the rentre of the ring,
and though he could hardly raise his
hands begged to be allowed to continue, up was led to his corner
heartbroken.
In the opposite corner of the 'Ing
the new lightweight champion of the
world. Ad Wolgast, of Cadllac,
Mich., was lifted to the shouldirs of
liis tvajners, while the big crowd
cheered.
Nelson   Had   O-e   Chance.
Only once did Nelson have a
chance. Tin the twenty iecond round,
with a stinging riuht a ross to the
jaw, he staggered Wolgast and be-
bggghchhggccghaoetiao.. a., a., a.,
fore the round closed he 'topped
Wolgast in the middle of the- ring
with a .
were counted before Wolgast  got   to
his feet.
The rrowd prepared to leave the
arena, ns tbe word went from bench
to bench that another hoy had fallen
victim to the Dane. Bnt in the next
round Wolgast recuperated .an:' from
then on slowly but surely wore Nelson down. For twelve rounds before
the finish Nelson seemed bewildered.
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The li. C. E, it. company is going
to make an ettort to collect from
Johnston Stevenson, the man who
broke the high-power wire at tlie corner of Tenth street and Eighth avenue, while blasting Friday morning,
a sum equivalent to the damage done
by bis action. The company has had
trouble from this cause so often that
it is determine!', to put a stop to it.
if at all possible, and is making arrangements to enter suit against Stevenson   for  damages.
There will not only be the eost of
repairing the wire to be considered,
but also the Inconvenience caused to
users of power through having their
supply cut off.
At present it is impossible to estimate the loss in this direction, but
all the manufacturing concerns ln the
city which use electricity as their
motive power were forced to shut
down on Friday.
mi & smm
Government Has Decided on
Determined Attitude ���
Outlook is More Hopeful.
BOUNDARY LINE FORUOTTEN
BY MASONS AT BANQUET
Belllngham   Bay   Lodge   is   Lavishly
Entertained   By   King   Solomon
Members at Russell  Hotel.
gineef, was   given   the   engineering
work on the line at three per cent of and  his    blows   were   delivered
the total cost of the contract, or $18,- j though his arms were stiff
000.   This amount is for engineering, From the thirtieth round ������                     ,       ,,                       ,....,...
contingencies and inspection. could  hardly   see  or  hear.    The  left   reaching the stomach and bis left the
On the ground that the engineering side   of   bis   face  had  lost   all   sem-   jaw
required  was  mostly  for surveying  a   blanoe   to   its   former   contour.     lie
body.     Wolgast   landed   twice   with
the right on the face and then they
From tbe thirtieth round on Nelson   fought at close range, Wolgast's tight
'   '      " ' Mng the stoma
Bound even.
Round  Five.
the  only effectual   thing j1'"1' froul Coquitlam lake to the city, staggered and hung on.
thai ������'     House or Common, could do   and   that   Mr.   Burwell   is  taking   Uw       Tn the thirty-seventh round he was
was to terminate  its  own  existence,   route of the pipe-line that at present :all hut  out
lie ���.- ,    oui   flatt'ootedlv   lo   a  do- lis In use, the mayor has come to the      Tn    the    thirty-eighth round    John
notincemeni  of the budget, which he 'conclusion that Mr. Burwell is pulling Rob inset)   Nelson .  manager,  wanted
said would prove, if adopted, a curse  a little too much out of It.    He has to throw the sponge into the ring, hut
nd     O'Brien twitted Kedmcnd   written to the  engineer and  has re- Abdul the Turk   another of the sec-
on VlUlna   to    he  Svei-nmeTthe  ceived ��� reply to the effect that the onds. tore   it    from his hands   and   furious exchange. Wolgast having thc
5b.t22?gwfite reuKJTeslmd   engineering <-< of the work, amount- threw it into the bucket     Robinson   better of it.
in  other  words   he  said  the   Ing to about $11,000, has already been protested, on the verge of tears, that Round  six
,ent,  for  the  time being at done, and that  there is  still  $7000 hisjnan was beaten
NV.'son forced his man around the
ring and delivered a tellin'g right
smash on the jaw. and Wolgast responded in kind, lifting Nelson in thc
air. They went at it like a pair of
bull terriers.    The round ended in a
���ate. had the budget, but all the j coming   for  Inspection   and ^dentin-
Irish people  had  was a  post-obit for   Sondes.                                          V-*TWm
'<���      rule   upon   the   deatn   of tbe ;     His worship found that the engin-
Housi   of Lords.    Personally he did  eers who had to go through the hush
When   the    fortieth    round    came Wolgast talked  to  his seconds  us
Referee   Smith   asked   Nelson   if   he Nelson battered away at lidm.    After
wanted  to quit.    Nelson,  unable    to Wolgast had landed two rights to the
talk, merely  shook his head.    After jaw and a left    swing    to the same
:���  of  in,de      Pcrsnn-iltv   ha  did   eers w no nau to go tnrougn inn nusu   ��"*��.   ..-..-..-   = -   �����������  ..-..�����    -- .
oi   Lends,    personally n��   n">        . .   .      *     ..      U��r7there  thirty seconds of the fortieth  round   place,  Nelson closed    in and an ex-
o regard the veto of the House of  ����d sur �� y the f.ist line wi,��n there . ^^ ^  ^^ rf ^ ajm righ    and ]ef
Lords as so dangerous to the success  were   n    toads  to tne laH*  m,     lie lightweight   to the head followed.   Wolgast back-
of home rule as would he the passage  Whole work to   abou   $6000.   Taking  gJJ^L0^8^ led into his own corner and scored on
cf the budget i this as a criterion, he has come to |cnampion was mam.
A Weary Walt.
O'l'rlen added that home rule
Would be a curse If based upon im-
perlal Bchemes of taxation, and If
'lie veto bill was placed before tbe
budgel be was satisfied that the chan-
cfrl'or of the exchequer would have
a weary wait for his Irish taxes.
Ithe conclusion that $2600 or $3000 Is
enough for Mr. Burwell.    Mr. Burwell
COOLHEADED.
Engineer  Displays   Rare   Presence  of
Mind   When  Coupling   Breaks.
-N'ew York, Feb. 22.���Engineer
John Cody's presence of mind prob-
D-bly averted whal might have been a
serious accident to a. crowded ten-
car passenger train on the New York,
New Haven and Hartford railroad
today, ��� ,  K.ffl
The train was runing fifty miles an
hour just west of Mount Vernon, on
the electric division, when the coupling between the electric engine and
the first car parted.
The fired engine leaped one hundred feel ahead of the cars, which
were following at high speed. Cody
coolheadedly diminished the engine's
speed little by little, letting the train
overtake him until the first platform
touched the engine with a barely
Perceptible impact. Then Cody applied the braket, and stopped the
train.
BANTAMS FIGHT 42 ROUNDS
BEFORE MONTE ATELL QUITS
l.os Angeles. Feb. 22.���"rankle
Conley, of Kenosha, Wis., knocked out
Monte Attell, of San Francisco, today In the forty-second round of a
forty-five round fight.
Attell was severely punished and
'"hen Oonlev knocked him down in
the forty-second round his seconds
threw up the sponge before the count
was finished.
Dirty Weather.
Richmond, Cal., Feb. 22.���Weather
has no written contract with the city, i ponaulous    ,a    lhe    rlngslde    COuld
md it Is the opinion of the city so- j gcarcely have been WOrse. A heavy
licltor that the council will not have |^^ wag faUlng and a coldi chiiii_g
to pay the amount of $18,000 If it is I wjnd bluW dil-ect int0 the faces of
proved  to he rxorhitant
the stomach with a tremendous left
that sent the crowd howling.
Round Seven.
Nelson appeared to have slowed
down a bit. Wolgast swung two let's
to the face and a mid-ring rally followed.     Wolgast   met   the   oncoming
, , the spectators.   Both Nelson and Woi-	
In speaking on the matter his wor-        t   wcre   lQ   Uuih.  d,.essing   r00ms ! Battler    with  two    uppercuts to the
ship remarked that the City did not   ghortly attel. noon. Uaw aml lu an instant swung two with
Wolgast spent  the  night  In  Rich- (,-jght to the face and left to the body
mond  and   Nelson   came   over   from   and covered up cleverly.   Nelson sent
at the same time he did not want to   gajj Franclsc0 eariy, I Wolgast almost through    the    ropes
see the city held up. Manager   Tom  Jones,  representing I with a left smash to the jaw.    Round
At Monday night's council meet ng   Wolgast   lnslsted  that  be be shown   fairly even,
on the motlrn of Alderman Gray the   ^ Q guarantet, for tne Wolgast j Round  Eight.
mayor was confirmed in his action of , ^^ q( ^ movlng pictures.   Stake- |
looking Into the    matter,    and    tne   .   ]d      John  T.  Clark  assured Jones
whole   affair   was   referred   to   Alder- j
men    Johnston    and    Bryson ..,,,.,������.
Mavor Lee, to bring in  a  report at   ���J��1"^   ""�� ���'"' '  �� right .
Nelson the Favorite. sought   a  haven   against   the   ropes
There  was  very  little  preliminary   with Nelson    tugging away    unoeas-
ringside belting, the odds ranging  2   lngly.    Wolgast looked tired and bis
to 1  with Nelson the favorite.   Many j blows seemed  to  have  lost  some of
Nelson    rushed  in.    planting    h's
the next council meeting.
���t at   J��nea  waB   satisfied. j m& ^ tQ thp facp     Wolgast
M_I_/m-i   fl-i*    .P__r.rtft. >. t        ..i���,,.     4\m     ,-, it.. ^
FORMER FAMOUS BEAUTY
DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
Purls, Feb,  22.���Countess    Stavra,
who  was formerly    Mabel    Florence   nn). ,u _������.    ,,.,,	
Tilton, tho wife of Charles A. Tllton, i Jone8i Charles Angltoger, Jeff Perry,
        a    v.     -v'^..!.    nil,-     /linH    ������   .   ...      1-. \.....,,-       Tnmmu      lleakm
,,.   ,      best  known sporting men of
the west were at the ringside.
At 2:40 p. iu. it was announced
that both lighters were under the required weight of 133 pounds ringside.
Neither tighter would divulge his correct weight. WolgaBt entered the
ring at 2:55.    His seconds were Tom
a capitalist of New York city, died
today, following a brief illness. The
countess was horn at Olympia, Washington, and was a noted beauty. Following the death of her first husband
she married Count Stavra, a Greek.
For the past, ten years, since the
death of her second husband, the
countess had lived in Europe, spend-
Ing most of her time ln Paris.
MILLIONAIRE TRAMP
Well Known Knight of the Road Ends
Career Under Train.
Buffalo, N. Y.. Feb. 22.-Aleu.nder
Blackman,   50   years  old,   known   as
the "millionaire tramp," was killed by
a train near here last night.    Up to
two years ago,    Blackman    received
monthly remittances from New Tort,
which would have enabled him to Hye
Tt the best hotels    He preferredito
QUeel, of Alexander Bay, won the ten   llv. the life o^���V2u? "hat
m��e state professional championship   his llbe"�������   nn lckhnamei
running  race  here  last  night In  58   earned^im "f^ the son of
=k.T:tnhiaTpsmbehrry-of ^^^-^^ l
Champion Runnwr.
Ogdenburg, N. Y., Feb. 22.���W. N.
Queel, of Alexander Bay, won the ten
Hober   Dougherty,    Tommy    Deaklu
and Jockey Marpole.
The attendance was estimated at
11,000.
Receipts Were  Big.
"The receipts will run about $35,-
000 or $38,000," said Promoter^ Hes-
ter. ���< LaHB
Nelson sauntered slowly down the
aisle at 3:10. Nelson's seconds were
Abdul the Turk, Joe Mayer, Dick
Wheeler, Arthur Nelson, Morris
Roach and John Robinson, his mana-
E6r
Nelson entered the ring on the
shoulders of Abdul the Turk, who
picked him up in his arm as the Battler was on his way down the aisle.
Wolgast and Nelson were cheered as
they entered the ring. Nelson received a tremendous ovation.
Challenges For Winner.
Owen Moran, of England, Harlem
Tommy Murphy, Lew Powell and Cyclone Johrny Thompson were presented in quick succession and challenged the winner. The fighters then
stripped and posed for the moving
pictures.
Referee Eddie Smith then jumped
their sting.    Nelson's round.
Round   Nine.
Wolgast  broke  ground  before  the
Battlsr,  ever  and  anon    trying    to
reach  Nelson  with  right and lert to
the stomach.    Finally they mixed it.
Round Ten.
Nelson forced the pace constantly.
Time and again Wolgast landed, but
Nelson never faltered. Wolgast peppered the champion's face with left
and right, and finally crossed with a
terrific left to the Jaw. Nelson forced
Wolgast to the ropes. Nelson's
round.
Round Eleven.
Wolgast outboxed the champion,
but could not make him break ground.
Nelson mercilessly waded in, unmindful of the constant tattoo that
Wolgast  beat  against  his  face  and
(Continued on Page Five.)
MURDERED IN QUARREL
OVER  8IXTEEN   DOLLARS
Seattle, Feb. 22.���Two Russians,
companions in the swindling of a fellow countryman, Emll Caly, quarreled
over the sordid $16 they secured and
engaged in a bloody duel ln their
room at the Phoenix hotel at midnight Sunday.
Today one lies dead at the morgue
and the police are scouring the city
for the murderer who ls known to be
wounded.
A notable gathering of masons was
held in New Westminster last night.
when King Solomon Lodge, A. F. &
A. M., entertained the members of
Beilingham Hay Lodge, of Belllngham, Wash. Over two hundred masons sat down to a banquet In the
Russell hotel, and sixty or seventy
of these were from Belllngham.
The visitors were delighted with
tlie splendid way in which the hotel
management handled the banquet,
which was first-class iii every respect.
A. E. Mead, ex-governor of the state
of Washington, was one of the guests
and it was he who responded to the
I toast  to  the president   of  the United
I States, proposed    by Judge    lloway.
I Among   others   who   gave   addresses
| were. Judge    Hardin,    W.  M.  Seegej
and W. O. Nicholson, of Belllngham,
and Rev. J.  S. Henderson. Alderman
Johnston    and H. E.    Kellington, or
New    Westminster.    Mayor    Lee extended the visitors a hearty address
of welcome.
Refore the banquet the two lodges
held a meeting ln the Masonic rooms
In the K. of P. building.
London, Feb. 22.���Without any actual change in the parliamentary sil -
atlon, the outlook tonight was more
hopeful for the government. It appears that certain ministers met the
new parliament on Monday without
having taken any great care either
to seek the views of the various
groups forming the government majority or to satisfy their snsceptihil-
lttes, and the surprise with which the
Nationalists and laborites learned
they had misapprehended Premier As-
qulth's speech with reference to securing   guarantees   dealing   with   the
j House of Lords was in a great moas-
! ure   responsible   for   the   acute   crisis.
Little to Gain.
Both the  Nationalists and the Labor parties, however, are aware that
Ihey have littlo to gain by the tlirow-
! ing  out  of  the  government.    Henc
the extremists today displayed a more
i conciliatory spirit.
The cabinet held a long couneii to
| draft the veto resolutions and dehate-
the  general   situation.
Stand or Fall By Veto.
The result of their deliberations-
was a speech by Winston Spencer
Churchill, president of the hoard of
trade, in the House of Commons, announcing the determination of the
government to stand or fall bv the
veto bill.
Any direct c i-operation between la-
jborites and nationalists to defeat Ihe
.government is extremely Improbable.
In fact, meetings of the Labor party
jhavp  shown   that   there is  a  strong
fetellng against  any action likely  to
defeat   the   ministry,   while   the   Nationalists would very unlikely go be-
jyond abstaining from voting for the
[budget.    At n meeting today the Nationalists   decided   not   to   take   any
|action  for the  present which  would
emharass the government.
Want to Avert Crisis.
Negotiations are now proceeding
between the different parties witu a
view to averting a crisis until the
I budget is adopted and some progress
.made with the veto resolutions.
STRIKERS   SEIZE   EMPLOYER.
TAFT NAMES COUNTRIES
EAVCiiED BY NEW ACT
Military Called Out to Quell Riots of
Sugar Cane Cutters.
Point-a-PHre, Guadaloupe. Feb. 22.
���Following a strike of 200u sugar
cane cutters, several grinding plants
have ceased operation. Attempts to
continue the gathering of the crops
are opposed by the strikers, who have
started tires In several fields.
The director ot the Beauport plant
has been captured by the strikers
and has appealed to the military for
help. The distillery and grinding
plants at Courcelles were sacked during the night and a number of employees who had continued at work
were wounded.
Governor Gautret passed the night
with the strikers endeavoring to effect a settlement of the wage question.
Washington, Feb. 22.���President
Taft today issued proclamations declaring that the following countries
are entitled to the minimum rates of
j customs  duties  under  the Payne-Al-
jdrich act:
! Morocco, Abyssinia, British Guiana,
Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru,
Chile, Greece, Portuguese India, Macao, Timora, Cape Verde Islands, An-
golo, Portuguese Guiana and St.
Thomas, and Prince Islands.
IOITAROD  DIGGINGS
GIVE RICH  PANS
MAN BLOWN TO PIECES
WHEN GAHACE TANK BURSTS
Fairbanks, Alaska, Feb. 22.���The
Idltarod fever has broken into flames
again today, with the arrival of late
reports from reliable prospectors at
the new diggings, saying that a ��new
strike has been made ln Flat creek,
where pay dirt extending along the
creek for five miles has been found.
The width of the paystreak is undetermined. Prospectors say the dirt
is running $2 to $5 to the square foot.
Bedrock ls found beneath gravel
eight to twelve feet thick. The gravel
ts covered by a foot of loose dirt.
New York, Feb. 22.���An oxygen
tank exploded with terrific force in a
garage on East Sixty-fourth street,
today. Arthur Cornmier, a mechanic,
was literally blown to pieces and his
brother Henry, so seriously injured
that he may die.
BIG DEMAND FOR
HELP   IN   MANITOBA
Winnipeg, Feb. 22���There is such
a demand for help from all parts of
the province that the provincial government immigration offices and employment bureau urges the press to
assist in securing men. The provincial Immigration superintendent has
Just returned from a trip to the east,
where he has been to ascertain the
condition of things as far as labor
ls concerned. The superintendent
stated that he found tbe conditions
in Ontario and Quebec Just as serious as they were ln Manitoba.
Pioneer Burned to Death.
Revelstoke, Feb. 22.���Charles Tur-
ness, one of the pioneer settlers here,
was burned to death yesterday. The
house at his ranch, seven miles east
of the city, caught fire, and he rushed
ln to rescue some effects, when he
apparently became suffocated. The
family reported him missing, and a
search by the police revealed hla
remains ln the ashes of the burned
building.
Cut Belllngham Rates.
Seattle. Feh. 22.���When the steamer Kitsap blows her whistle on her
first trip to Belllngham on March 2
the Puget Sound Navigation company
will answer with a twenty-five cent
one-way rate, according to officials
of tbe company today, Instead of the>
regular $1.25 fare.
EXPLOSION BADLY BURNS
SIX MEN IN COAL MINE
Wilkesbarre. Pa., Feb. 22.���A fall of
coal ln the Pettlbone mine of the
Lackawanna company caused gas to
accumulate. This was lit by the lamp
of one of the employees, which caused
an explosion which badly burned six
men.
John Davis, fire boss, was probably
fatally Injured.
The colliery was not working today. The men Injured were boring a
shaft to change the air current. They
had to walk a mile before they could
get aid.
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Big  Strike  Feared.
Philadelphia, Feb. 12.���It ls
thought by some today that a
strike of all union worker* ln
this city Is Inevitable.
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tick, w rth $3.00.   S       - .    sr   .  . Si.75
Babies* Cribs
Both sides Ie: I wn, all steel fraira -
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FRATEPNAL   6OC1ETIE',.
SNAA.P���T'r - -���...   roa'l
car llae  on either ride   $1190  one-
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beared ar.<j ved ���ortl I!7
Wear"      "        _ to mention any pnee h-
���-  j good a thi;:- to give away, but we wish :      I
a flea in your ear.   Come andseeamanufa
stock at manufacturer's prices.   37 sold:--1
so far.   Don't wait until the sale is over,  v      to
put your selection aside with the rest,
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'���ml -*A <\..<-::, '������A'. (>Aurfn>\& ���treat,
pfeOM 11271- Tl,��r place wh��fr<- :������
flirt an'l rtiist Ih rwn'iyt-A trom the
fibre 'Hot preeeed lo.   Qooda called
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'    ta K   ol I-, baiidiag  iwrner
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third -,-!:-..    ���,   (::.     A...
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'.'.'. Scott Phipfjs, recording were.
tary;  -J.  MacLeaa, financial lecre-
tary.
FI3H   AND   OAME.
jjksho:; _ ayu.'.o   FTSH, FRUIT,
o.'iim: Facstables, ate, Deaa Hlock, (
Deal V, Jlunk ol Montr'-el.
r. 0 0, ?.. Rayal City Lodge Mo J���
Thr; r'-j?'jlar meet���Ijp of thia !'.'!<;<;
are beld in ri'-w odd FeUawe' fbdl,
;:.;��� tb ttreet, conrer of Carnanron
���--"������ i-.'-ry Friday erenlog at 8
o'c��ock. Ji. J Lea, .'��� Q.; W. H.
Orr, recording B'-oretary.
.7 rltlsb fA :.--.-. i Bfori
ed to wend by po��t ; ���,
r to tbe     Ddereigned ton
rein for Harriett Ann Thru at?
.-���..'  '���'   ��� ���   will   of  tbe  said
7 namei and
- '.ry. fall partlcv   -        -1 *���
Ing of their d   ���       i I of
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Ann Tbrosaeil win nor he liable for
tbe  -' ���    or any part thereof
Dated thii fifteenth (16th) day of
' 11  I  ry.  ]&10.
(FADE  WHEALLER & McQUARRlE,
Boiit toi   .'- r ti '��� Abore-Named Harriett Ann Thniss'II
to  any  person   of   who:->-  flalm    shr-
8haII not thon havr- received notice.
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and ear Una for |9S0 If taken tbla
FOB .y.���.Su- iartre lots ia Sapperton '_ ...-. one-fourth caah, balance 8, 12 and li Oioatis.
FOR BALE���Foot doable cornen In
Bapperton J.: each, one-f-.-���-
caah, ba   ���       ���    _ and U u.'.- I
FOR BALE���Mine *-cre5 &��� the j*:ac-
tton of Nojth and Clark roads. 1375
aa acre.
FOR BALE���Eight acrea in Burnaby
-    Has'In^B   road,   dose   to   N<"-w
Westminster   $'���"'��� per acre,  terms!
"i wait yon.
Read Below
Heavy Linoleum, per square yard. 40c
Dresser and Stand, the pair. $10.50
Window shades, complete, each, 25c
Inlaid Linoleum (Nairn's Scotch), sq. yd.. 83c
Dining Room Chairs, worth .$1.50, each $1 00
FOR SALK���17 1-2 acres, #Ub a good]
boose,   on   tram   line,   Tour    acres]
cleared:   fl��00 wid handle this.
FOR     BALE���5-room     cottasre     and |
barn, close to car, $1350, |4O0 cash.
^^^^ FURNITURE
W    K    FALES,   THE   FURNITURE I
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner AgDM and McKen/.i<- h tSOta,
Phone 17��. niziit r^aii xi.
/. o. o. F., Amity Lodge Mo. 27-
Ths regular tnoetlngi of tbla lodg��i
are held in Odd Fellowa hall,
cor Carflarrdn and Elt'h��h atreets,
erery Monday eyanlngaf i&clocTt,
3. Ferguson, Mi C; W. C. Coatham,
P. (i, recording per-retary; R. A.
Moor'-,  financial  secretary.
MUSIC.
MRB. Q. C. FISHER, BX-EUPJL OF
Cariottfl Autelll, Oxford, and G. F
Bima, Muh. H; -��� Oj on fi ach i ol
mnslc, Kinging and harmony.
HARMON",' BNCAMPMEN1', No 2,
I. O. O. F.���MeeiH every' second
and fourth Wednesday or the
month in I o. O. F. hall. George
Adams grand patriarch; _. l Web
her, scribe.
r.  0,  0.  F.  Benlah  Rebekah  lodge
No.   5���The    regular    meetings   of
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date 1. Grace Conner Cruickshank, of
Matsqui, B. C, Intend to apply for a
license to prospect for coa] and n^
tro1��"im on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post, marked
Grace C. Orul'-kBha.ik'H northwest
corner, set at the southwest, corner
of District Lot 207, /roup 2, New
Westminatnr District, thence south
one mile, thence east ore-half mile,
thence north one-half mlie, thence
east ore.half mile, thence north one-
half mile, thence west to the point of
commencement, containing about
4*ri seres.
GRACE CONKER CRT'ICKSIIANK,
Per G. B. Conner, Agent.
January 29, 1910.
FOR     SALE���.Vroom    cottage    nearl
T^nth avenue and tram line, $1100;
$100 cash.
FOR SALF,���3 acres of good garden
and fruit land on Lulu Hand, a
corner, few minutes from new tram
line.    $350 per acre.
SNAP���On Fifth atreel near Fifth av-
enue,  full   sized   lot,  $47o  cash.
Don't forget to reserve a date if you want your
carpets cleaned by our electric vacuum cleaner.
We clean carpets on your floor for
5c per yard
but you must reserve a date.   There are only a
few open days left in April,
FOR BALE���J lotc and ��room house
Sapperton.    $1000 will handle It.
FOR SALB���Fine home on Fourth
avenue, eight rooms, fuily modern,
lot go by 14f,. Price $4700, one-
fifth  cash.
FOR SALE -- Waterfrontage. 201
chains of waterfrontage on Fraserl
river, New Westminster, $450 perf
acre. This Is the cheapest buy on[
the market
WILSON  A COOK       ^^^
Northern  Crown  Bank  Building  New]
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
For Furniture and Carpets in Future See
Denny & Galloway
43 Sixth Street, New Weitminster, B.C. vedn
ESDAY.   FEBRUARY   23,   1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THREE.      1
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|0 DANGER OF
RAILWAY STRIKE
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, George B. Conner, of Matsqui,
IB. ('., intend to apply  to Assistant
Commissioner of Laud-, New  West-
i minster District, for a license to pros
pect  for coal   and  petroleum
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminister.
i /i m i)   li       rru     I     ,     ."���'   .     ani1 P^oleum on and
I. p T? and G.T.r. buy Thari,"1,1"r the following land a:
j-*-'"" .       _ I   Commencing al a post Bituated at
PnmorS Of Coming Trouble I',!" southwest corner ot District Lot
Kuniuis ^ v.       _ 49i group ., Now WeBtmlIister llis
a   n rmi-nilleSS i1'"'',' and ,Ma,'k,,tl Oeorg^ n. Conner's
Are (jrOUnUiews. northwest corner "���- -    ���
Mctatiteaf,   Feb.   22.���Leading   offl-
l I- of the Crand Trunk and Cana-
HiMI
Pacific
always   say   that,   the
rts being circulated that a strike
t',ii,. trainmen in their employ is im-
kent, are absurd.
n is true that the management of
, iniiroads has been in consultation
.ltli committees of the men and thai
mntB   to   arrive   at   a   settlement
- bo far  resulted  in  failure.     Bul
does not  mean that the men are
uutuiwcHi corner, thence south along
the section line between section 32
and 33, a distance of one mile, thence
easl to the western boundary of District Lot 47
ter Districi
'lalns, thenci
^^^      boundary    .^^^
group 2, New Westmins-
a  distance of about  45
north along the wost-
     .."I ' n   cuuug   me   \v< m-
ern boundary of District Lot 47, group
2. New Westminster District, to the
northwest corner of said Lot '17,
group 2, a distance of about four
chains, thence east Uong the northern boundary of District Lol 47, group
2, to "ie western boundary of Districi Lol 356, group 2, New Westminster District, a distance of aho
15 chains, thence north
westerlv boundary of
Lot 356, group 2. New Westminster
District, to the northwest
the said    District Lot
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I. Barbara Anderson of Now
Westminster, B. C, intend to apply
to the Assistant Commissioner of
Lands for right to oroBpect for coal
and petroleum unde) the following
described lands:
Commencing  al    a    "est    marked
Barbara   Anderson's northwest corner,
'set   at   northeast corner of  District
iLet   206,    thehce    south    one  mile,
Ithence  easl   one-haif    mile,    thence
north one-half mile, thence east < no-
half mile, thence north one-half mile;
;thence   west   one   mile   to   I" Ht   of
commencement.
BARBAR \  ANDK'T )N,
Per George E. Conner. Agent.
January 29, 1910.
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along the
said District
otlng as to whether they will strike	
.nnf merely that thc question to be inis,,'lf,t- to ,no  northwest  corner of
,       whether or noi   an uimll-   the s'',i"'    1)iK,rif,t Lot    856. "^Up 2,
l8Clded    ^,ho^fttnl^l��   N6W Westminster District, a distance
Hnn  sha     he  made  to  tlie  ministei      .
.labor for  the    appointment  of  a U){ ,"'on,   r'''  M  chalna'  th���ce west.
l0ard  of   conciliation   under   tin
niciix act.
Railway si tikes are illegal ln Cauda until grievances have been sub-
'||l,,.(l to such a hoard and Its award
6 been  deemed  unsatisfactory  by
,  , i  of the parties to their dispute.
number of disputes in  which rail-
ay men have been Interested have
,,,'n  submitted  to the  hoard  of con-
Ulatlon   under  the  Lemieux  act   and
,', ,r,iy one instance has the award
A the   board    been    followed by a
rllce.   That was the case of the Ca-
idlan Pacific railway company's ma-
jnists, some three years ago.
In  this  Instance   the   company   ac-
>pted   the   board's   award,   but   the
nen    refused   and    only   returned   to
"������r   a   strike   In   which   thi j
���  .i .   beaten, public sympathy
l��� I,        ilnsl them.   It is not believ-
i, | the trainmen would attempt
I,   the plain letter of the law,
nd thai consequently    there Is    no
par 0f a strike being called until  at-
,, , .. .    grievances   hnvP   been   submit-
o a hoard of conciliation.
jOf aboflt   56  1-2  chains,  thence   	
'to the southwest corner of the south
Le" least quarter of Section ?.?., Township
16,     a    distance     of     about     20
chains,      thence      north       to      the
southeast       corner       of District
Lot 40, group 2, a distance of
ahout 191-2 chains, thence west
along the southern boundary of said
District Lot, 49, group 2, to the point
of commencement a distance of
about 40 chains.
GEORGE B, CONNER,
January 28, 1010. Locator.
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NOTICE.
AT THF HOTELS
Russell.
,i  ,i   Story, YVawanesa.
C, R  McGeachle, Toronto.
H. 11. York, Winnipeg.
C  ii   Douglas, Toronto.
Victor A. Wolfender, Victoria.
Hoi   Chief Justice    Mathers    and
rtfe
v. E. Heck and wife, Winnipeg.
. T. Whiting, Berlin.
District   of   New   Westminstjr.
Take notice that   thirty  days after
Idate,  I,  Hamilton   Chaimers   Cruik-
shank, of Summerland. B. C, farmer,
intend to apply for a license to pros-
t "cl   for  coal   and   petroleum   on   the
-following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked H,
C. Crulkshank's northeast corner
posi m tbe westerly boundary of
DIstrl :l   Lot  47, group 2.  New West-
���   Inster   District,   about     four   chains
south of the northwest corner of said
Lot   47,  group  2.  thence  west  a distance of 46 chains to the section line
ibetween   sections   28   and     20,   township 16, thence south one mile, thence
oast   one   mile,  thence  north   to  the
'southern boundary of District Lot 48.
.group   2.   thence   west   to   southwest
| corner of said District Lot 48, group
2, tlience north to the northwest coroner of said District Lot 48, group 2.
I thence east to the westerly boundary
!of   District   Lot   47,   group  2,  thence
'north to the point of commencement.
H. C. CRT'TKSHANK.
January 29, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
Windsor.
H. McCraig, Vancouver.
D. C. McCraig, Vancouver.
,1. W. McKenzie, Chilliwack.
i rlalgler,  Cumberland.
W   Kleine and wife. Surrey.
NOTICE.
A  reward   of   $50.00   is
the recovery  of  the  body of  E
D'Arcy,   who   wns   drowned   off
Fras.r river bridge on the lltb
j. \V.  Mcintosh,
Chief of Police
Form of Notice, District of New West
rr.instsr.
Take  notice  that   John   Ferdinand
Btiggs,   of   Nelson   Island,   occupation
farmer, intends to apply  for permission   to   purchase   the   following   described lands:
Commencing tit  a  post   nlanted  at
 ���! the southeast  corner of Timber  Lol
j 37341. ahout one mile northeast of
'head of Billings Bay, thence north
'40 chains to or near small lake, th nc(,
offered for|Pnsf 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thenoe wost 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C., De-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
When s, proof of lhe loss of Certilicale of Title Nm.iber 14,068a, issued ii the name of William Roxburgh, has been II    I In this office.
N'o'ice is hen',.- given that I shall,
at the expiration n one month from
the dale of tl ursl publication
In of in a da'i aewspaper published
ir. the" City of V  w Westminster, issue
duplicate of Me said certilicale. un-
loss in the meantime valid objection
be  made  lo  mi    IE   Writing.
C. S. KEITH.
P'strlct  Registrar of Titles.
Land  Regl try Office,  New Westminster, ii. C., February 11, 1010.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I. Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank.
of Matsqui, B. C. intend to apply
for a license to prospeel for coai and
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at  a  nos'  marked  L.
E.  Cruickshank's    Bouthwi -t   crrner,
set on the section line between townships 13 and 16, al "mi on^ mile south
of where said section line Interse 's
with  the  southern   boundary  of  District Lot  46, group 2. >" w Westminster  District,    thence  o,   t    one   mile,
lary of  District  Lot  64, j roup 2   New
I Westminster   District,  n    distance  of
| about   30  chains,  thence wer'   to  thel
southwest corner of sail Dlslv'ct Lot |
64,  group  2.  a  distance of  abm    14
I chains, tlience north to the southern ,
boundary of District  Lot 40?,. grnnp j
2. a distance of about 31.50   chains,
thence west to the southwest corner t
I of District  Lot   404.  group  2.  a  distance of about 55 chains, thence nor'h
to   the   southeast  corner  of  District
Lot 46, irtonp 2. a distance of ahout
10.50 chains, thence west to the sec-
tinn   line   between   townships   13   and
16, a   distance  of about  10.45  chains.
thence south  to the    point  of cum-
mencemenL a  distance of about one
I mile, and containing 405 acres more
or less.
LILLIAN       ELIZABETH       CRUICK-
\    SHANK,    Per    Alex.   Cruickshank,
Agent.
I     January ��8.  1910.
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Inst.
icember 29, 1909.
WELSH,
EVANS  &
DARKE
Grand Trunk Ry j
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto
Montreal, Quebec
Portland, Boston
And all the principal ousiness centers of
ONTARIO   O.UEBEC and  the MAIU-
l___ PftOViNCJKi.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago.
"The MUwa-keT'
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE.
Silicon No. 1, Silicon No. 2. Pitt Fractional.   Silicon    Fractional   Grouped
Mineral Claims, situated In theNew
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 60 days from the date hereof ]
to apply to the Minim: Recorder for I
a Certificate of Improvement for the
purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section "7 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated   this  11th  day   nf   December
A. D. 1900.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND   CEMENT
CO., LTD., E. .1. FADER. Agent.
Free Miner's Certificate No. B304;;5.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be receive! bv the
undersigned up to the 22d of February, 1910, nt 4 p. m., for the construction   of   Parnston   Island   dyke  and
works.
Plans   nnd   specifications   may   be
seen and forms of tender received at
the residence of Mr. Ralph Charnley,
Barnston  Island, or at the office of
c��   d    i  ����Mr-    H.    Nevlle-Smlth, engineer    In
5t. Paul to;rharge  rooms 4.fi  Dupont Block, Co-
Short   Line,"   Omaha    to lumbia street, New Westminster.
A deposit equal to Are per cent
of the amount of contract must be
made with each tender, bv marked
cheque payable to the Commissioners Barnston Island Dyking District,
- .     ��� a...mmmA tn the unsuc-
Phone 512
HOMES
cash will secure new well-
built six-room house, 22 by
i 26,   near   car   line.      Price
$1650, all sorts of terms for balance.
Genuine  snap.
$600
cash and balance of $4250
as mortgage at six per
t - ��� - cent will buy beautifully
situated well-built house on Eighth
street; furnace and all modern Improvements.    Worth attention.
One full acre land, with
well built 12-room house
with all Improvements;
barn for three teams, cowshed, etc.,
air half hlock away, very central location. Terms $2000 cash, $1000 in
six months, balance as mortgage.
will     buy     large      house,
newdy finished, Fourth avenue, one-half cash, balance
to arrange.
$1250
$7000
$3500 i
"The  Pioneer Limited,
-hicago,
Chicago,    "South     West
Kansat City to Chicago.
Limited"
No trains ln tne service on any
railroad in the workl '-hat equal In
equipment that, 'of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
*nd dining oars on all their trains and
E've their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWB, General Agent
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r. Po-Hand. 0r;
ACREAGE
Best location and ripe for subdividing���Two acres, snap for shrewd
buyer. Cash required $050, balance
to arrange.
Four acres on Chilliwack car line.
Snap.
29 acres ln Cloverdale.
70 acres in Surrey, five mllea from
bridge.
Strawberry    Hill,   6   acres,   with
5*S?F_K?wE5 US5T3* S3. ������� m -*
cessful ttiaaero.    ��uc 	
tender not necessarily accepted,
COMMISSIONERS  BARNSTON
ISLAND DTKINO DISTRICT,
c|o H. Nevile-Smith, C. E., Box 413,
New Westminster. B. C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Barnston Island Dyke.
The time for receiving tenders for
���v,���  nhove  contract  is   nerwy
Sded  until the  22nd Inst, at 4 p.
41!|  New Westminster, B. C.
WELSH,
EVANS &
DARKE
6 Guichon Block
j'_____n_
Limited
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i-MaVi'^.: ��a������fcaaa���Watt*
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TEN Beautiful West
End Lots at $300.00 Each
Here is buying that cannot be beaten right
now. These lots are practically cleared and have
a beautiful view of North Arm, Lulu Island and
the Delta,���close to the new cut-off. Don't wait a
few days if you want to see these, as they will be
sold.    1-3 Cash.
Clarkson St., $6000
33 feet on Clarkson street, 88 feet deep, about 100
feet from postofflce, with building on it. Here's a
piece of property that is well worth the money;
will earn salary for you in the next year. 1-2 Cash;
balance 3 years.
Sapperton Lot $250
This is 33 x 110 ft. and is close to carline. If you
have this much money loose better look this over.
9th Street Corner, $1000
This is close in, and has fine view of North Arm;
a beautiful residence site; very easily cleared.
1-3 Cash.
Double Corner, $1100
This corner has charming view and should appeal
to any man as an investment or home-site; but you
must act quickly.   1-3 cash.
W.  J.   KERR
Limited
614 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
FFr-
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Gray-Lindseth   Weeding
TUG   U3hy   niews   A ren
a__a-aa   a .   a.        -r,.        T^    ��� a.^<r-    PnhltCH        *>���*      OlgJll      31      the      hOCie      Of      D. S.
Pabllshrt by The Dally New. Pnbl ..    ^ ^^  ^^ ^
Ing Company, Limit-'-d, at their offices   Qlga Linds^th   of Port Guichon. was
Corner   of    McKer/..-   ar.J    Vi united  In  marriage  to George Gray,
Stre-'s. a brother of Alderman Gray.       this
~ city.    The Rev. J. S.  Henderson per-
Managtng D rtctor formed the ceremony at eight o'clock
last evening ki tbe presence of many
of the friends and relatives of the
contracting parties. The brides.
was Hiss Veda Lindseth. and A. B.
Gray supported tbe groom
Mrs. Gray will reside in Agassiz
WEDNESDAY.  FEBRUARY  23,  1910   when they return from their honey-
��.  A.   Paige.
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Lee'
COMPANY, Ltd.
A   PROPHETIC   UTTERANCE. _.
  Churches    Favor   Reform.
\ clever and well reasoned article Bellir.ehr-m.   Feb    22.���An   expres-
whlcfa appeared in the Contemporary f��� of sentiment obtained restentay
m f-om nearlv  every church   congrega-
Bevle- for December last, from the ......      ., ,,..  foand to h���  - .
able pen of Mr. L. T. Hobhouse, deal- voraoje ta the abolishment of the re-
Ing with the question of the British gtricted distri I   a movement recently
B ise  of  Lords and  their    attitude started here by the Municipal Reform
towards progressive legislation, is of   league.      ^	
particular  interest    at  this  moment.
Fi ���   Premier Asquith has returned to No Smoking on New Cars,
and one of the questions with
Spring is Here
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power,
which  the  new    parliament  that as- & ._ ...   (._.    %v,jch   wU|
sembled on  Tuesaay  is  e.xpecte-d  to put into commission b;  I il com-
d'-al is the power and privileges of pany
the House of Lords. 	
That an issue, a collision  betv. Cigarette Causes Explosion,
the nobles and the people is no n< w      Pittsburg   Fi       -- ���T<      i ��� :.  and
feature of  English life, is of course a  boy   wen   li        :    ������.-������   prol
a mere truism.   But in our time such fatally, whoa sparks fi  i g rett<
a  difficulty  dates  back  only  to  the '��***? ���*��  nv,-;.ound cans of  d
. mite in  an  elevator descending into
year 1884, and coin Ides with I .  .    JSriton  mfne   near  Dubois,  early
the reactionary or anti-popular move-   -   | Those in the mine ci -������  -    ���
ment which has dominated the great-   Btrlpped of clothing.
, ui of the time between then 	
oow- JOE  GANS CHALLENGES
The occasion of ISM is notable for Ap  WOLGAST  TO   FIGHT   ,
more    than    one    reas in       II     -  -- 	
then     that     Mr.     Gladstone     ad-      Baltimore, Mr., Feb. 22.���Joe G
>sed  the  House  ol  Commons on   former lightweight champion, tonight
the      mutilation    of      the      Parish   Issued   a   challenge   to   Ad   Wolg si   '
Council bill by the oppei  house, and  ,for ? twenty-round contest,    to    be
,. .ii _., t   anvwhere   the   champion   de-
his purpose was to announce the re-   _jr,.s   ;ind   ,jnder   any   contrtions   he
lucucl acceptance '.'- bis government   may name,
of their amendments. His words were,
as Mr. Hobhouse tells us, these:
"We are compelled to accompany
the acceptance with the sorrowful declaration that the differences, ..      if
tnporary or casual nature men
but differences of conviction, differ-
-..- - - of prepossession, differences of
mental habit, and differences of fundamental tendency, between ih<*
House of Lords and the House of
Commons, appear to have reached a
development in the present year such
as to create   . state of things of -���
re compi U< -       in our
.i tdgi ment, it cannot c * * ���
1 -������ whh hi 1 between a
deliberative assembly, elected i     the
of more than 6,i : ���- ople,
i nd a dellberatl ���
by ��� men of
of co
and   .
go forward to an I
Th< re is about I
n ut to be fu
i il   Mr. Asqui ���   -
:  -   ������ b  I ip]
ly be cctasldered i
to proceed   with thi
.  was talked
T       be will pro-
. to deal with the powers
lion of the House or Lords there
can   be  no   doubt.     The  matter   will
itself Into  a    well       New   Westminster   Aerie   No.   20.
1   i        ire   of   reform, by      As many members at possible are
I the besl influences and ti.-    requested   to  attend   the  funeral  of
i    ��t  useful  elei      ts ol  the   Upper    ' brother,  John   15.   Sargent,
I    unberwill be retained at I thi   ise- ��?? ;;"  Eagles' hall, at 2  o'clock
, u this afternoon.   All acquaintances are
done away with. respectfully asked to attend.
Tbe suggestion of an absolute veto
IN OUR
Ready-to-Wear
Section
Combination   Dressers
That   Can   Not   Be
Anywhere.
We wish to emphaise this,  as  we   know  the  impotan;
buying   furniture.      Combination     Dresser    made    of    E
at Prices
Duplicated
�� to those
colden finish; the case is 32 inches, and fitted with three dr-w.'n
and a chamber cupboard: the mirror is a British Bevel piat. ��4 ?
34 that swings on a strong standard with Towel R . ���������~rJ
Regular  $12  va'ue.    This  week  special " ed-
$9.65
I   rp'C Furniture Empori
i   -    "   -   <___      V****** Lee's   Block.  Columbia Street,
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Phone
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VBt}..'AWJA..*mJ.W
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0 matter what the
weather is outside,
here is Spring, and it is
high time to be about and
stirring if you want to be
ready. A glimpse of the
charming things that are
appearing already, is sufficient to set the weather's
vagaries at naught. Visit
this store and inspect the
new models. Get the first
information of the Styles
that are, and the styles,
that are to be.
Astonishing Success  With One Piece Dresses
A^The exceedingly smart models that are shown here
are uncommonly attractive. Combining as they do
the dainty and exquisite colorings, so much in evidence this season, with up-to-the-minute creations,
trimmed and finished in most fetching styles. Small
wonder our selection ranks as the first in the citv.
From $17.50 to $45.00
Stylish Tailored Suits
The first glance of these will delight any woman,
materials and colorings are more attractive than ever,
and such an air of smart style shines from each, because of the thorough tailoring. And prices are so
reasonable. n<"> woman should miss ei h ��� them.
We carry a stock of extra sizes. From $17 50
What   the   Dress   Goods   Section   Affords
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ADJOINING    HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIRST-CLASS  SERVICE.     BEST COOKING  IN  THE CITY.    WH
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED.
MEALS 25c.      21 MEAL TICKETS $4.50
Meals at any hour from G a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
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CHARLES   B.   HANFORD
Here     Thursday,   March     8,   in
American   Lord."
���An
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
is unlikely to gain the support which
would be required to effect so grave
'ional change.    But  bo  '���  r
' oancial measures are concerned I
recedent    which    has   hitherto
been   understood  to    obtain,  namely i
that the  Lords    have    no power to
��� ��� trd or annul any Buch  mea   irea
will be made statutory law.   Ia eacl
"f these   respects,  the  wise  reform j
of tbe Upper Chamber and the i to
aa to finance, '.ir. Asquith Is j���������
sure of receiving good support dom
both sides of the House.
H. BCHOFIELD,
Secretary Aerie Xo. 20.
Pi bruary 22, 1910.
A gathering of materials that no one who is inter- fi
ested in piece goods should fail to inspect.   The un- j
oal variety of superior fabrics,  the artistic and
effective combinations and contrasts of coloring are
all that c >uld be desired.   A few suggestions :
Full 44 in. All Wool Panama, in almost every fashionable color and also Black, p ecial, per yard, 60c.
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Self Striped Worsted Suitings, new and serviceable
shadings at, per yard 75c and $1.00
Exclusive Designs, in Suit lengths, new colors in plain
self stripes, two tone stripes and novelty effects.
Ask to see these.    From, per length,
$8.75 to $12.50
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WE CARRY THE LARGEVi AND FINEST STOCK OF
STATIONERY IN THE CITY. A NEW AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT  JUST  TO    HAND.      PLEASE    LO I "J
AND   EXAMINE   OUR  STOCK.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
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Funeral of John B. Sargent.
The funeral of tbe late John li.
Sargent will take place to the I. O.
O. P, cemetery this afternoon, the
cortege, leaving the Eagles hai] at
two o'clock. Rev. j. B. Henderson
will officiate at the graveside. The
pallbearers will probably be three
members of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles, to which deceased belonged,
and three members of the South African contingent, which the late Mr.
Sargent accompanied to South Africa.
A number of tlie .S. A. veterans are
expected over from Vancouver to attend the funeral. A telegram was received yesterday from the father of
the dead man, asking that the burial
take- place In this city. Many friends
of the deceased are expect ed to follow the- body to its last resting
place.
Alaska   Pioneer   Dead.
Jueau, Alaska, Keb. 'Si. ��� John
Prior, aged 73, a pioneer, who came
to Juneau on the second boat after
the discovery of gold, and well known
on the entire Pacific coast, Is dead
here. J    |_jj
SMOKER
Under   the   auspices   of    the
Young   Conservative   Association
a Smoking Concert will be held
in the St. George's hall on Saturday evening, the 21th Inst., at
S O'clock. A number of the up-
country members of the Provincial House will deliver short addresses. There will be a musical
program, and refresments will be
served. All friends of the Provincial Government are cordially
invited to attend.
Young Conservative Club
J. SCHMERL, Secretary.
Look mere!
Six-roomed two-story house ln Sapperton, bath, W. C, basin, electric light, hot and cold water, chicken house, six young fruit trees, lot
cleared  and  fenced.    Owner  has  to  leave town, so will take
$1500
TKRMS���Half cash, and balance as  rent   at   $15   per  month,  or  ln   payments  of  six,   twelve,  eighteen   and twenty-four   months   at   seven    per
cent.
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WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and Carline.
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Stove Polish
1 Oc  per Tin
The Fair
64G Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
P.   PEEBLES
Real   Estate   Broker  and   Financial  Agent
620   COLUMBIA ST.
Dog Medicine
All Kinds
Watches. ���.
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
English Watc'iiiwk'r
Gold Watcjes for Laflies from |12V5
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Silver Watches,    gents*    open face
16.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case.
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgin
Watch.'8.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two door*  horn   Ceo. A taint,   0/004 '
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly
any part ot tne city.
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Light and Heavy Hauling
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LIST   YOUR PROPERTY  WITH
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FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale city and suburban properties,
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timber lands.
TELEPHONE 295.
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* THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDONS
DryjGioods House
SPECIAL SALE OF
HOUSE LINEN
Bleached Irish Linen Table Damask, 60 in. wide
handsome pattern, special price, 50c per yard.
Bleached Linen Dolas, Bleached Butchers' Linen
Draw Linen, special price, 35c to 65c per yard.
Linen Crash Towellings and Glass Linens, Special
price, 10c to 20c per yard.
Buy Madapolum for fine underwear,  unrivalled
quality, price 22c per yard.
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
NATIONAL
Finance Co.,
LIMITED.
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
MINTO CUP REFEREES
. NEXT HALTING POiNT
Real Estate, Loans
and Insurance
Challengers will want Eastern man ; Champions will
Insist on Two Westerners.
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! Curtis Blk., 657 Columbia St.
(Upstairs)
$5000
will buy two houses and two lots on
corner Fourth avenue and Third
street.    Good terms.
$4000
will buy 13 acres, subdivided into
one-acre, blocks on Chilliwack tram
line close to river, only $2000 required, balance easy.
$900
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Liberal Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the New Westminster
Liberal Association willbe held TO-NIGHT at 8.30
o'clock, in the Liberal Club Room. All Liberals are
requested to attend.
[Signed]   A. E. Kellington, President
J. W. McDonald, Secretary
cash will handle a block of five lots
on Seventh avenue facing river.
Price   $2600.
SNAP���$200 secures a lot on Seventh
avenue near Second street. Price
$500.
$2300
will buy a nice six-room house on
Sixth avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Only $800 cash required.
$1900
will handle a modern twelve-room
house on Twelfth street, below
Fourth avenue, including ONE-HALF
ACRE of thoroughly cultivated land.
Price $5250.
$5000
will buy a modern nine-room house
on lot 66 by 132, situated on Agnes
street, near First street. Only- $1000
cash, balance one, two and three
years.
$500
cash will secure a well-built four-
room cottage, with full basement, on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1400.
$1800
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14 Lots left cul C* 38
will buy an eight-room
Keary street, Sapperton,
cash required.
house   near
Only   $600
$1000
These Lots are opposite Burnaby Municipal Hall
and are very desirable.
The price is right and the terms are easy.
They will go quickly.   Come at once and get a
cash will handle a fully modern nine,
room house with cement foundation,
furnace, sanitary plumbing; lot 66 by
132, in fruit.    Price $5250.
$2100
will   buy   FIVE   LARGE   LOTS
small   house, on Second  street.
$300 cash required.
with
Only
When the Montreals and the Salmon Bellies line up on Queen's park
oval at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon, June 18, who will be packing
the Uttle whistle, and who will be
passing out the rest coupons?
At this stage of the game nobody
knows, and lt is more than likeiy
much good cash will be spent in telegraph tolls before the officials for the
lacrosse championship games are selected.
Rumor says the challengers will
make a strong bid for bringing out
an eastern man with them, but this
move will be fought tooth and nali by
the champions, who will hold out to
the last for two coast officials. No B.
'.'. man ever accompanied the coast
challenging teams as referee ��r judge
of play on trips back easl after the
num. The woolly hoys had to be satisfied with the cenl bell men. Home
officials were good enough then, and
should bo good enough now that the
home grounds of the cupholders have
been shifted a few thousand miles.
There ure a number of men right
heve in Westminster qualified and
competent to handle the big event,
but it is unlikely they wlil be called
upon to do so. The local club prefers officials whose postofflce address
I is to be found in Vancouver or Victoria to home brews, for strategic
reasons.
In this connection two good men
have been mentioned by Manager C.
A. Welsh, and if is probable among
those nominated for the honors will
be these two:
A.   \V.  Halstead. Vancouver.
Frank  Cullen.  Victoria.
Included among those who will not
find   favor  with   the   locals  may  be
classed   Archie  McNaughtcn,  of  Vancouver,  nnd  Tom  O'Donnel,  of Mon-'
treal, the tatter's ever-recurring hoi-
ller  for  fifty dollars having disgusted
[the   officials.     He   was  not   asked  to
come here last June:  he wants fifty
dollars.     If   he   had   been   asked   to
comp   he   would   probably   have   demanded the gate receipts and the cup
as   remuneration,     Archio   McNaugh-
tnn's  name  is    also    coupled  with  a
fiftv-dollar  grouch,  and   until   he  has
quite  forgottten  Ms  grievance  there
l is no bone for him.
A preliminary meeting, called for
| the purpose of dlscnssinc the sclmd-
iule of the coming season, will he held
in Vancouver this Week, when Con
Tones will orobably voice a request
that the number of games be doubled   this  summer.
To which the delegates from Westminster will answer "Nothing doing."
One  Hundred  Dollars
$100 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH buys a four-room modern house,
two blocks from the car line. Price $1500. Immediate possession.
$250 DOWN AND $20 PER MONTH gives yog a five-room house,
electric light, bath, hot and cold water, built 1903. This house
is situated on the route of the New Westminster-Millside car line
(to be built this summsr), when It will double In value. Price
$1750. No. 23
$400 CASH  AND $25 PER  MONTH   buys  a   new  seven-room   house
in  Sapperton;   a good  buy.  Price only $1600. No. 234
MISSION
160 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE���$500 cash, balance spread over
three years. This propertyis on the direct route to tne StavJ
Lake Power Company's property and is an excepiionally good
buy  in  acreage. No .364
White, Shiles & Co
746 and 628 Columbia.St., New Westminster.
cash will handle six large lots, in
fruit, with modern eight-room house:
rented at $25 per month; situated on
car line, Fourth avenue.    Price $9000.
$3900
snap.
E. J. FADER
Telophone 295
will buy a beautiful ten-room house
on Third avenue, close to Sixth
street; lot 66x132. Terms one-third
cash, balance six and twelve months.
Business Block
$7000
cash will handle a three-story business block covering a lot 66x132.
This property at the present time is
bringing in a rental of about $3500
per annum. Price $35,000, easy terms,
terms.
BELLHIM ROYS TO
PLAY BASKETBALL HEBE
Wil
Columbian    College     Quintette
Make   Heroic   Efforts  to   Avenge
Recent Defeat In Bay City.
cash���two large lots on Sixth avenue,
north side, with unobstructed view of
Fraser river and gulf. THESE LOTS
ARE ALL CLEARED AND FENCED
and were last year planted in potatoes.    Good  terms can   be  arranged.
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INCUBA TORS
WE NEED THE ROOM
KIRK'S HARDWa\RE,NewWe��,min,ter B c
buys two full-sized  lots  centrally  lo- j
cated on Agnes street, close to school
and churches;   cleared, can be dolly- I
ered for $3800 cash.
55 acres in Langley, near Murray's
corner; V. W. & V. runs through
property, station on one corner. Price
$50 per acre.
Nine acres on Scott road, 3V2 miles ]
from Fraser river bridge and within
a stone's throw of the Chilliwack
tram line. Price for a few days only
$200 per acre; $600 cash will handle.
$1000
secures lot 66x132 to lane. Royal avenue, near Tenth street. Price $2000.
Langley and Surrey Acreage
W��  have    several    choice   pieces  of i
acreage    on    the    WESTMINSTER-
CHILLIWACK TRAM  LINE, suitable
for subdivision.   If you want to make j
money fast handle one of these.
Burnaby   Specials
TEN LOTS on Third avenue, Burnaby. Price $1680 for the bunch.
Good terms.
NATIONAL FINANCECO., Ld
N. H. McQuarrie, Local Mgr.
Real Estate-Loans-Insurance
A classy basketball game is promised for Saturday evening at Columbian college, when the Bellingham
High School boys will meet the col-
h'ge ln what will be described on the
lmndbilis as "international interschol-
astic event."
The Bellingham boys have not been
beaten on their own floor for the past
two years. The locals have held! the
B, O. school championship since
1908.
These same teams clashed a couple
of weeks ago in Bellingham, when
the home team won out by 58 to 37,
running up the score In the lust few
minutes of play. At half and three-
quarter time the visitors were leading
by a fair majority, so that the teams
can bo lookd upon as fairly well balanced.
A preliminary boween the second
college team and McGill college, of
Vancouver, Is also on the cards.
The college senior team proposes
going to Victoria on March 4, 5 and 8
when a match against Victoria high
scliool will be played, to be followed
by a return match here a couple' of
weeks inter.
to ribbons. Nelson wrestled his man
against the ropes, Wolgast covering
up.
"The worst beating the champion
has ever received," said old-time followers, as Nelson's seconds worked
over his damaged face during the
minute's rust at the end of the
round.
Nelson Weakens.
The succeeding eighteen rounds
saw the champion gradually getting
the worst of the eucoumer.
Round Thirty-Three.
In   a   clinch   WolgaBt   drove   three
i rights to  the  stomacn aud  with  bis
��� left peppered away at Nelson's dam-
jaged eye.    Nelsons blows were wild.
It was all Wolgast'B round.    Nelson's
efforts to land were feeble.
Round   Thirty-Four.
LSoiu  came  up quickly  and had  to
I be pried from a clinch.   Wolgast peppered the Battler's sore face.    Nelson
seemed to have lost all his  vim and
seldom  made any  determined  effort
jto  land.    Wolgast  started   tne  blood
spouting from the champion's mouth
j by   two   well   directed   jolts.       Wolgast's round.
Round Thirty Five.
Nelson was a sight as he came to
the centre of the ring. All the life
seemed to have gone out of him, and.
although he forced, all his efforts
were devoted to stopping tlie blows
of his adversary. Wolgast started his
'arms going in whirlwind fashion,
laudiug without return ou the Dane's
'stomach. Wolgast staggered the
I champion with a terrific left swing
| to the jaw, and Nelson appeared, to
be going to pieces gradually. Wolgast smashed with his right, and had
the champion groggy from a succession of rights and lefts to t 3 jaw.
The bell rang .in the nick oi time,
saving tlie champion from what
loefked like certain defeat.
Round Thirty-Six.
Nelson came in weak. He waded
in, but could not see Wolgast. The
latter danced around the champion
like a jumping jack, sending in punch
after punch. Nelson almost tottered
into a clinch, but Wolgast fought
warily and took no chances of the
Battler stalling. Wolgast played for
the body and head alternately, but.
his blows were not st-ong enough for
a knockout.    Nelson almost fell into
Lightweight Championship
Won by Ad. Wolgast
(Continued From Page One.)
his chair as the round ended.
Round|   Thirty-Seven.
Wolgast took no chances, apparently fearing that the champion was
feigning weakness. Wolgast jarred
Nelson with three right punches to
the jaw and Nelson could hardly come
back. They met in the middle of
the ring, with Nelson swinging wildly
like a babe and Wolgast. laudiug with
good and clean punches. Nelson's
ability to stem the tide was a wonderful exhibition. Wolgast almost
sent the champion through the ropes
With a right to the jaw. Nelson tottered about the ring helpless, and
Wolgast seut in smash tiller smash,
tlie bell saving Nelson from a knockout.
Round   Thirty-Eight.
Nelson to all intents and purposes
was a beaten man. and it required
the efforts of his senses to stave off
his inevitable defeat, lloth men were
covered from beau < i oot with the
Dane's blood, aud ''.ii' anna soon became a shambles. Wolgast pepperea
away tit the disintegrating champion,
and the crowd yelled Itself hoarse for
the Milwaukeean to finish his man
and the agony. Their cries were
mingled with expressions of pity for
Nelson. Betting two to one ii favor
of Wolgast.
Round Thirty-Nine.
Wolgast appear'a loath to put on
the finishing touches, lie jabbed incessant ly at the Battler's anatomy,
aud again the blood flowed in a
st renin. Nelson tried to make a last
effort, but it was only a fee.ing moment, and lie again quickly subsided
and could scarcely hold his hands up.
Wolgast almost sent Nelson to the
floor, binding blow after blow on the
defenseless champion's face. King
followers said they had never seen
such an exhibition of gameness as
displayed by Nelson. Referee Smith
said he would stop the fight in, the
next round if Nelson's seconds did
not.
Round   Forty.
Wolgast. backed away, looking for
| an opening for a final blow. He hit
th�� beaten champion on the jaw with
a right, putting all his remaining
| strength into the blow. Nelson tottered and was on the verge of collapsing when Referee Eddie Smith ended
the fight and awarded It to Wolgast. Nelson tried to shake the hand
of his conqueror, but was so weak
that he was quickly dragged to his
corner.
jaw. Nelson's face was a mass of
blood as he took his seat with the
honors of the round against him.
Round  Twelve.
Wolgast was  cautioned  to  let  go
by   the  referee.    Nelson   forced  the
i pace as usual, Wolgast meeting him
with several hard swings on the jaw.
'Nelson apparently was determined to
���tire Wolgast out, but meanwhile he
,received fearful punishment.
Round  Thirteen.
As the men toed the mark Nelson's
lips were puffed and his mouth and
; ryes swollen. They fought like tl-
i gers, Wolgast landing repeatedly on
the. body and Jaw, with Nelson fighting wildly and spitting blood. Wolgast literally cut the Battler's face
tMPLOYERS' LlfflJTV
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
Workmen can sue you without cost to themselves and they have everything to gain
and small chance to lose by so doing.
Persons other than employees accidentally Injured about the
premises Invariably sue for damages.
Regardless of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
On the slightest pretexts employees may sue you, even for accidents caused by the neg.lgence of a fellow-workman, and the
suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
Employers and business men can 111 afford to assume tbe risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
Credit of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business
firms ls sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
To go to law means .oss of time, money and useless annoyance
and worry.
Your profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident
unless you are Insured.
Only Insurance against such risks will enable you to fix and
reduce your expenses to a minimum.
Under the protection of a L lability Policy ln the Railway Passengers Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from ah such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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One of the lots in the bunch we are offering has already
changed hands at a profit of $300, and every one of the lots
now offered will show very handsome profits before the end
of the summer.
The situation is unequalled and commands the finest view
of Mount Baker, the Fraser River and the Surrey Hills.
At the price and terms the offer cannot be repeated.
Hustle now and don't be crowded out.
Price $300 and up
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FEBRUARY   23,   1910
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
I t.e T0 B. C. LAND SURVEY-       _rf*_?^^__^^_5_3_^^
ORS.
I is of proposed subdivisions
���* da jn the city, with profiles
��� ine approximate grades ol
1 must be banded to the City
seven  (7)  days before be-
pre
'resented to the Council for ap-
By order.
A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
February 17, lain.
w.
Hall,
tdaRTMENT    OF    MILITIA .AND
DEFENSE, OTTAWA.
jealed tenders Un duplicate) for
supply of coal aud fuel wood re-
. | heat ilie Military Buildings
Victoria, Vancouver and New
���tminster, B. C, for the year end-
yarch 31, 1911, will be received
��� ', Monday, March 14, next. Each
i ,i, | [g to be marked "Tender tui
i i" and addressed io the Secretary
1,1;,. Militia Council, Ottawa.
. forms of lender containing
| particulars can be obtained from
>cretary of the Militia Council,
I ...,   oi  al   the ollice of the  Dis-
, , r  Commanding,   Victoria,
will furnish all Information re-
liretl.
, tider must  be accompanii d
i pted cheque, on a Cana-
.        rtered bank,  payable to  the
,: of thi   Honourable the Minister
, nd Defense, for  Ave per
: of the amount   of  the  tender,
li will be forfeited  ir the party
| tender decline to Bign a
��� when called upon to do ^<>
��� nder  be   not   accepted   the
I       will be returned.
Department  does not bind lt-
|'-   i accept tbr> lowest or any ten-
BUQENE FISET.
Colonel.
��� Minister  of  Militia  and   De-
I   nse.   Ottawa, Feb. 4. 191 ft.
EM fiS-ft.t5f-of the fine* tea-
a package texky_ you'U fit y��Ur wnut for
��� Black, Mixed and Natural (hm, 40c, 50c
60c aud 70c per lb.
|w��.m.m��m�������,MHWMTOM1(MW(TO
Northern  Crown  Bank
THE   ONLY   WESTERN    CANADIAN    BANK.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG.
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Xo Institution plaj
country than Its own bank,'
eater part in the development of a
" was the Bank of England which
Placed England a finances In their presenl high position. Each bank
s ure nnancla, pillar of Its own country. The Northern Crown Hank
ib tne hank oi western Canada pre-eminently���the only
I;   d offices In th,, west,   We want   the business of thi
the   West,
Ready
Money
A  GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
It, and ready when you need it,
and it   will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
bank   with
people  of
HIGHEST  CURRENT  RATES  OF   INTEREST   ON    SAVINGS    ACCOUNTS.
in
80   BRANCHES
Ontario
Quebec
West.
and   the
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
B. C. Mills. Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash,  Doors
Interior Finish, Turned Work, Fish and
Fruit Boxes���Large  Stock'} Plain^and
Fancy Glass
Farmers    Attention!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing
and Draining
NEW
WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
B.   C.
J. Gracej, M>ir.
If DF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR SEWER PIPE.
i i unci] is desirous of n celving
I for the supply oi Vitrified
\..    Pipes.
Ions, approximate' quantt-
i and further Information can be
Ota the City liigineer.
liirs   must   be   delivered  to
Lersigned,   marked   "Tenders
Pipes," by 5 p. ui. ofj Feb-
17 21, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
for receiving above ten-
een extended to the 28tb
; i. in.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
LIX. boast SS. Sailings
M.irr
ger J. E. H/
WKSHAW, New W   estminster. ���
TENDERS.
T���
Si :il�� il tenders, addressed to the
Postmaster General, will be received
at Ottawa until noon on Friday, the
18th February, for the conveyance of
llis Majesty's mails, on propose l contracts for four years. 11 and 30 times
per week each way, between the
New Westminster Post office and the
Canadian l'arifie Hallway Station
and the Great Northern Hallway Station, from the 1st April next.
Printed   notices containing further
Information  as  to  the  conditions  of |
proposed contract  may be seen and
blank   form-   of  Tender  may  be  ob-
tained  at   the  Post  Offices  of  New I
Westminster, Sapperton and Queens- j
borough, and at the otlice of the Post j
Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office. Van- j
couver, B. C, 7th January, 1010.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office inspector.
District   of   New   Westminster.
For Tasty  and  Correct
JOB PRINTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  388.
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Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Te.Aohone 12. New Westminster
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Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
Beef,
Pork
Quality the Best
at  the
I Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning    10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
&co.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
urn
C. COAST  SERVICE.
from ('.  P.  K.  wharf,
Van-
m.
in.
|ou\i-r.
j" Victoria���1:80 p. m. daily.
I ��� N maimo���2 p. m. dally; n p.
ponday,
'"  L'nion   and   Comox���2    p.
1 ' and   Thursdays.
T" Alaska and  Northern  B.  C���11
'"��� January 8, 15 and every follow-
|ng Saturday.
To chilliwack and points of call���
*���  i.i.   Mondays,   Wednesdays   and
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
'estminster, B. C.
"or further particulars call  or ad-
VreBB
ED. GOITLKT. ���gent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.   Pass   Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
Take notic    that  I.  Elizabeth  Me-
Culloch Bell, of Vernon, B. C, intend
to   apply   for  a   license  to   prospect j
for coal and petroleum on tlie following described lands:
Commencing  at a post  marked  E.
M.  Bell's southeast  coiner, set about
one   mil ���   siv"'   of   th ���   point   where :
tho section  1!   >  ' sn  Townships
13 and 16 intersect with the southern i
boundary  of District Lol  4 i, group |
2. New Westminster district, thence
w^st one-half mile,  thence north one
mile, thence east one-haif mile 'o the
point where the section line between j
Townships  1".  and   1''  Intersect   with
the southern boundarv of District Dot j
���lfi,   group   2.   New   Westminster  dis- ;
trict.   thene,.   south   to   the   point   of
commencement,  a distance  of  about
one mile.
ELIZABETH McCULLOCH BELL. |
January 2<t, 1010.
Per George B. Conner. Apt.
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
"'���oDiietress, Mrs. M. Dominy.
PRICES:
Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished skatss for 10c.
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PHONE 101.
645   COLUMB
Estimates (liven.
Phone 567.
J. NEWSOMt & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
NOTICE.
"NADIAU
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.M.
"Hiking direct connections for all
P��tatB In Eastern Canada and United
States, Uevelstoko local and conneo-
ll0'i for Seattle and all points south
'eaves dally at 8:35; Agassiz local
5:15 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
' C. R. FOSTER. A.G.P.A. Vancouver
.u
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days after
date. I. Alexander Cruickshank, farmer, of Matsqui, B. C, intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following des-
scrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post set at the
southeast corner of District Lot 66,
proup 2, New Westminster District,
and marked Alexander Cruickshank's
northeast corner; thence west to the
Intersection of the section line between sections 31 and 3!, township
16 with the southern boundary of
District Lot fil, group 2, New Westminster District, thence south one
mile; thence east one mile; tneflCB
north one mlle to the point of commencement and containing about 640
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
January 28, 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Bo the east half of section 86, block
5 North range 6, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of ^er
a��S%9lur. issued in thi.name
of J. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed in
this office .   ���
Notice is hereby given that     shall.
at the expiration of one month   rom
,he date of the first publicst on here
1 0f m a dally newspaper published in
M,e City of New Westminster, issue a
unllca.e of the said Certificate, tin-
Sln the meantime va���d objection
be made to tto to **$��*
District Registrar of Titles.
Registry Office, New
H. C, January 27, It'in
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f 14,400,000.00
RESERVE      ������   11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada aud
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng-
aud, N*w York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters cf Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents  in    all  parts of    th
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
wd interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rntal  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNEH, Manager.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL & ODDY
Central Meat Market
3orner EIs_tti St. ��na    Vlfu. Ave_a��
PHONE  */_
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks in the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  in  the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
_'._K_��IS
Mr. Architect, Yoi
Make No
T^astake
if you specify our materials.
The quality of lime Is a very
essential factor to be considered by builders, and tOr that
reason alone it will pay you to
consider your source of supply,
and when the question of Quality comes ui' our claims for superiority are paramount, because we can and do furnish
the best grades at the lowest
prices.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham '.Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
[ Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
JNew Westminster.
TheO. P. Young. Prop.
COPYRIGHT,
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such ns wo prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings. Is what
yon need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite,
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
Land
ster,
Westmln-
J^TICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All
boats having full  masts  must
pass on the south^lde o^draw.
By order. w. ���ty clerk
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
J08EPH MAYERS
Office, Front ft, Foot of V**M.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
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1
I
China j
Crockery
Glassware
Largest and finest display in the city is undoubtedly at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Remember   this   when
you want anything in
these lines,.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
... etrlc Sad Iron Is the greatest boon pos-
rto lessened the  household   labor.    The  Electric
To the Hous. ���
slble. No ie
Sad Iron simple that n child can operate It; and It can be used
ln any part of the house where there ts an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or watting; Ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call In and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL   $7 per bbl.
m. HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & C_.FL0UR AND FEEP MBRCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET.
Now Westminster.
��mi : PAGE EIGHT.
THE DMLY NEWS.
;ii.
WEDNESrOAV* FEBRVJ
i~Y  51
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If yen are not supplied we can   ���
snpply :��� ���
V.'AS;  ������ 0   MACHINES
WASH TLBS
WASH   BO LERS
WRINGERS
WASH    BOARDS
CLOTHES   PINS
BASKETS
CLOTHES  LINES
PULLEYS.
Thc- 5U _ - tor Australia yester _ . large
careo of lun.L- . . - River
mills.
Call at The Roy,: for lunch
'dinner or after theatre supper.        **
Provincial Constable Gai with
-        nts,  took  th.
from the jail here to Victoria y-
day.   The jail is overcrowded and the
DBrs   will   serve  the  balance  of
'   ��� '.r sentences in the capital.
If you
j linoleums, oil clot 7
tine,  at  a  saving  to  you  oi  ten  to
per   cent on   your   pur- j
.- -?,    see    W.    E.    Fales.    A-     -
sl ��� et **"
.'������-���. -.
��� Anderson & Lusby i
For   tornitnre,   ca:;e:s.    lin
etc.,   try   '       N   ���   F. nit .        St
D nny & Galloway,
R.  H.  Sperling.  _  .   -        dii    I  i
f the B. i      .    .        5 writtei
.  irnaby council    to the t.iect
company  was   unable  to
:o the request foi  passes
Sixth street "*   ...Aroad  for  : -  of  the  school
. -
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COLUMBIA  STREET.
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! TENDERS I
Abont thirty-five students of the
Westminster Business School enjoyed a sleigh ride to Central Park
yesterday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Eouck acting as chaperons.
The  entrance  to   the  offic.--   of   W. '
Webster,   _ev   nl        expert,   is   on i
S   ���    Btreet    T .-:���  the m In entrance
to the barber shop and cat   and the [
first   door  to  the  left,
see the secret of the monorial.     ***
For :.   sh  <...:... Ions    prom] tly de-
.    |     :.-    :.-  ���     .  ...  ;    G
..   ise **
���1    board    has
asked ���  -       .:. ibmit a bylaw
for  Sl-.l' "    . ilch   will   be
used ;:.-.-.. . school site
:    ��� te vicinit} i  road, and
a like am', mt for .:. the vicinity of Prairie   .    :.
Walgamutts  orchestra   in    attend-'    Bears vs. Lions in a roller hockey
ance at The Roval Cafe. *"   match on Wednesday evening at I   '
Pythian rink. *���"
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You can get them
for putting in your
SEWERS
by ringing   up
Phone  281
HARDMAN'S
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   fcy
J. HENLEY
NEW    WEbTMINSTEn.    E     C.
Te'ephone  13. Office    Eighth  St
We Give Careful Attention
The  fire   brigade  was  called   a]   '
yesterday  to extinguish  a small  fire
b broke out on the gasolir.t
' Bruce.    There was not much damage
done,   the  blaze  being  put  out  with
| the aid of the chemical apparatus.
Big roller hockey game.  Bears  vs.
A:  ns, on Wednesday evening.       ***
Hazel  Lena,  the only  daughter of
JF.  Boutillier. of this city was united
.Monday e      ing In the holy bonds of I
'. matrimony    with    Francis L.    Kei  ,
manager of the Edison theatre.    The
wedding was a very quiet one.    The
; knot was tied    by the    Rev.    Canon
d'Easum.  rector  of  Holy   Trinity  ca- j
thedral, in  the church.
Mon
aiary
Is obtained        I qualify I
earn it.   A course In
Higher Accoontln? or
Sliortliand ni
Touch Typewriting
U  ���    rants of corporations, firms and  J1"*** match at the ******
..   uds, and sh-.ll  be ple_   I I    t^A" edce5day   emun-    *
meet oi espoi       ril     th se  wh< S-
Bontemi    U   i    king     .anges or r |   n
Ing  :.- -���'-���  ..ccounts.
U  you fa -    - ��� a S  rings Account
Is I        est 1        to start one
will
at
The Royal Bank of Canada
/ Monday ot Mr
i.
A meeting of ti., Westminster branch of the N- -. Guild
of Canada will be held In ' board
of trade room at three o'clock this
afternoon.
L   Had!   n's   si wall   pa]
be   -���     ������     It I   BCe. ' * '
Westminster Modern
Business School
A.   L.   ECLiCK,   Principal.
610   Columbia  St.
(Incorporated U69j
occurred at  Matsqui on j
rs. Harriet Campbell   In '
seventy-fourth year.      The    late j
Mrs.   Campbell   was   the   mother   of
Mrs.  R.  Beaton and Mrs.  D.  Med    -
, 5 000 000   *������"'��� ''' Matsqui    Two sons live b
5 70o!o00   ''���-'��� '''���'��� ;i"  Harrington. Quebec, her '
70 000 COO   '������'���  '   '     '    where her husband (Wed
 W  ' al years atro.    She has been liv-
_   n   n       . at Matsqui for about three years.
New  Westm.nster.  B.  C.  Branch,      ....     .  . .di;  takc  pJace today at
ock from Matsqui to the Lang-
F   SHUTE    Manager. ,f.v  ,..,,..,.,.,-
Caoitat   Paid-Up
Rese-v.   	
Total   Assets   . .
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BURNABY   I
4 1-2 Acres close to new carline, one acre ���
cleared and in cultivation, good new house, stable \
and outbuildings. ���
$800 Per Acre
Half Cash, balance to arrange.
W. S. ROSE,
746 Columbia Street.
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For  Dr��t-c!ass  cut  flowers and any
Of Floral work, telephone Danes'
Greenhous*. R20S
The Westminster Presbytery will .
hold its quarterly meeting in St. An-
draw's church. N'ew Westminster, on
T lesday, March 1. at ten a. m. On
March 1 and 2 the Westminster Pres-
byterial, composed of the ladies of
the churches, will hold Its quarterly
meeting In St. Stephens church On
Wednesday evening Rev. Dr. McLaren, until recently prineipal of Knox
college, Toronto, will address a public meeting In St. Stephen's church.
Dr. McLaren is now superintendent of
home missions. The same meeting
will be addressed by Rev. J. A. Slim-
mon. a retired missionary from Ho-
nan. China.
Clients  with  $200,000  to Inveni   in
business or semi-business property in
New Westminster ar,. desirous of
getting in touch with owners. Address replies to P. 0. Box 135, city. *
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buvi
VIDAT,  A'-   KAPPTTTTQ  J J
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
ISE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO   NOT   PAY   RENT.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Bloc!;, New Westminster"
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750.
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���-IN-.
THE       DAILY NEWS
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
The Largest
Range  of
In British Columbia
A well known traveller for one of the larewt
t*t> *��oL
Lace houses in the world, made the remark, after
looking through our sample books, that we had the
best range of Laces and Lace Trimmings in Ii C.
We feel proud of the fact and are confident that
such is the case. During the last few days we have
further added to our stock.
Full Range of Sizes
.n "Little Darling"
Hose
Tan. Black. Cardinal and
un, in sizes i to 7 1-2
inches. Our Spring stock
of this popular Hose for
children now in. We regret
that we have not been able
to fill all orders for "Little
Darling." but it seems im-
possible /or as to obtain
enough of every size whenever required. This special
order was placed last October and has just now ar-
rived.
New Covert
Coats
$7.50 and $8.75 each
Two special lines of La-
lies' and Misses' Covert
Coats in plain or striped
materials, made in seven-
eighth length, newest fitting
shape, long roll collars and
fancy strapping. A few individual coats art trimmed
with soutache braid, all
well tailored and finished.
Each $7.50 and  $8.75
New French
Valenciennes Laces
Imitation    Lini o    1
Real    Linen
tese    Lai        F Lace,
Guipurt.-.   Bilk   G    ��
ent���Is and man;
etleg.
Laces pron
nior>   ���
Bee our  rat
choose
Special SaL- of W
Tarns and Caps
A  clearance sale of these
Tarns  and  Stocki:.-  C ; - l��
the order from <     "    <
Ed ��� tion.    s tit I
and idrls.    Useful and
fortable   for   coM   *n
DM        Th,.    f d ii tions   are
most timely and
Specially priced
at ..   . .25c. 35c. 50: and ~~r.
Fine Swiss Embroideries
Another  shipment  of  Embroideries and Insertions just received.       This   time   they   come  direct
from a Swiss  manufacturer.    As a result ot special boring privileges   we   are   enabled   to  offei
customers  a  more  atti u 'iv,. and worthy display than ever before at  much  lower prices     With this
shipment   were   exceptionally fine Sheer Spot Muslins and Dimities.     Several   lines   Of  Crossbar  and
Striped  Muslins are shown  with embroidered fronting and
shown in sample books, marked  In  ph-dn figures.
skirt ing embroidery to match.   All neatly
Children's Spring Reefers
$4.25 to $7.50 Each
_����*��; s_S_ ttTS__-ta_t.'_a ssaa�� ss
runout lining.   Beams all well finished.   Sizes from 4 to 12 years.   Each  $4.25 to $7.50
Handsome Black and Navy Cloth Suits,
$17.50 Each
silk SKr^'anS'l^^wm;11   '''"'Vr'  ln  ��eml_tU_g  styles.  Well   tailored.   'Coats   made  With  t
|S,,s from XL^m!^.te.^l!;^..^|,:  Ski,'S  tma6 W"h  y"k'   ";:" y
Boys9 and Girls9 Sweaters
i
or
arEeer__^eS��7feSp_i _��^!t.? "PW S,ylPS'    RP0Pnt arriva'8 P|ac" M<"<> ��W customers an unusually
arge range of these serviceable garment*.   Colors are Navy, Drown   Green   Cardinal and White  plain
�� with trimming of contrasting color.    Specially priced this week at      .   .'./SeI $1.00? $1.25 and $1.50
Special Clearance of Woollen Gloves, 25c per pair
macr^irotlesl^^r^u^tto^8^ SS^/.^?' *"* ���^ ^ ���t
W. S. COLLISTER ��� CO.
THE STORE FOR YEMEN'S WEAR.

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