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 Port Mann
PROPERTY
& cc
.    ..tolMINSTER.
LOME .", NUMBEH I ��� '
FOR CITY COUNCIL
C.a
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5  Per   Montiv
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
PRICE FIVK CKNT8.
CP.R. lets wm     |WES1 BOUND TRAIN
FOB IRRIGATION OF LAN 0
WRECKED AT GLEICHEN
. Board Asks for $170,
for Extraordinary Ex-
ses��� Salary Increases.
Twenty-five    Hundred    Men    Will    Be
Employed  in  Building cf  l-rrr.er.se
Dam at Cassanco. Alberta.
��� " nlpeg. Jan
-   narj   estimate-  amounting
will be1 presented to the
j   tbe i hai:man of    the
��� ; trustees h: t i -
the    details    being    finally
.,    .      is meeting of the board >e-
!...    Most   o:   tbi   a irfc
th-
erts
Calgary,
westbound.
R.  No.  1.
il ���An    importan
I mean thi  empl  .
?��!" '' -���'  D men was let by ih*, (
���'    ���    '   ���=���        "u    contract    is    ,he
:-  ��� :   ��� '������  ��� ���-������ use  . tm   n
''' m n": "' Cas anco, In i!..   \
��� '��� ���'��� belt
The watt
litigation ol  hall  a  :...        ..   .     of otuly Injured, the Japanese porter b*
and the scheme It iar| ���:    ������,   lng badlj hurt
amittee. tbe mei    ���  -      eat irrigatl .   -.. The cause of
holding  a  short  open  set : ...
omj,. ted at othi       ....
The contract was let
-' oald & Co.
for    the
Nine Persons Injured When
Coaches Roll Down Embankment.
HIDING CIR; IS JAMARf FIGURES BEAT
CAUGHT IN CANAE mm mm ���
Refuge of Runaway is Filled
Feh.    i��� c. I
vvas wrecked at Gie.ckeu
Bixtj   mil. s  eatt   i |         ..   ,.;  7a I
pasl six o'clock yesterdaj evening
Nine persons were m. ne or less seri
With     Water,
Drowning Child.
Almost:'
Land Registry Returns in First Montn
cf 1911 Were SlCOO Above Those
of December.
PAPER RAIIWAYS
AIMED AI IN Bill
The Big Items.
��� ��� asked by   the   i    ������
tbe beadine of e.vraordin-
- is made up as follows:
..-        .   $75,000.
- ��� oo. j;
In Borthenrt of city M
: . -theast scliool, $12.1 I
���   u_li school, }::
r
Piant Often Discussed.
ition of the estimates
I . ���-- ��� .:ed the holding of man.-
j! mmittee  meetings,  the
I; . -    :' discussion being  tbe
,������: -   penditnres, and mora
,. . proposed    new   EDgb
��� 'her  the  hoard  of trus-
��,.. adheres   t
the
TO   MAKE   PAPER   BOTTLES.
Bellingham   Firm   to  Turn     Out
Nonrefdlable  Kind.
Belling Jan. I l ���Burpee A I it-
son, a  local   firm,  thli     fternoon announced    the    compleUon   of   plans
whereby ttiey win Immediately o.
a large factory building in Sou:!! Beli-
inghani,  i: al  '
He may die
the    .. n ck
l :. rail.
Wbeu tne cars le.'t the trark I
plunged down a len foot embankment
Tiie deep show at tiie foot of this
farmed a cushion which broke the
ror�� of the fall, thereby probably Baring the lives of a large numbei of Uio
, assengera.
The train was travelling at a .nod
rate of speed when the acci len: hap-
l.ened The first class, colonist, dine.-
and day coaches left the track and fell
d  ��:.  '��� e embankment,
A relief ti-ain was sent or from
this i ity. returning here at one o'clock
Kingston, Oct.. Jan. 21.���Shortly
afte-: the water had been turned intj
���'. : ��� -���. canal which supplies power to.
se-.ral factories operating at Ganan ���
qi:e, a -workman noticed a Human : .
projecting above a plank in a platform
under which the water was flowing.
The water was shut off at once and
a fourteen >ear old girl, almost dcvi
fnom cold and exiosore, was draggi I
004
It deveiojed that she was former!;
award in an orphanage ant had run
avfcy from a good Lome, hiding ber-
sell in the canal ior a day and a nig!
The rising water had imprisoned bet
in her hiding pla'-e.   Sue will ieco\e .
BRITAIN'S  AIRSHIP.
The provincial  land  registry off!
slatted ofl the year by taking in   ..
the montli of January, over $1000mor,
ihan it did in Dec* ra . i e : g ii   -
last month were $6, 0" 29, anl toi I
corresponding month last year, *
.50.
it is an Indication ol tl.e gn .���
growth of real estate transactions
duiing that >ear that las year's figures, at the time thej were snm
onstituted a record toi tbe l *a!
offl r. Although last month w;,s tat
more unfavorable than January, 1910,
: . the transaction f business, :
increase is $1. 94.7! . And jet t! |
figinci- tl la ><ar aie not bj any means
unusual and were Leaten minj limes
last year.
HARD ON SMOKERS.
Drastic Railway Measure
Under Discussion In Provincial Legislature.
i
11  machinery  and  begin
.p. a large scale the manufacture of a-,tns morning.   The injured are t
latent nonrefillahk- paper bottle. j suffering  from  broken  limbs,   broken
The experiments which ha\e led to : ri,,:=. cuts or scalp wound'
the evolution   of    machinery     whi	
makes the tnanufa iture of the b ������ es AGAINST REFERENDUM   ~~~
the  1910  possible bave been carried   nsi    st 	
on   here in Bellingham. Methodist   Mmisters Think   Movement
rue Burpee <t Letson company will! in Favor of It lii-Advised
operate under   a   royalty   agreement     Winnipeg. Jan   ::
with Robert Guggenheim. the  Moral    Reform
B  picked  on anothe'
k . Mj   be announced    at
[ I of the city council
The  New  Schools.
The i U> build  a school  in
I'. tion  of tlie city  la
_ne tial meet with public favor.
it present without ac
r the  children.    Tho
| so a lot. or rather
an estimated cost
I to build    thereon    .1
\ -or thereabouts.
i ���   school  call  for    a
li ding,   but   A   Ib  not
| ild more than eight
ma esent time. Ad litional
i ��� en  ted as the occasl m
y .Mon demands.
Bapperton is to be
I i lan.   The design
��� en room structure.
:is will be built a'
I ���>��� lor the Bappfci t in
I red s couple of years
pal 1 for, this yeai -
Explosion   in   Range.
Kamloops,   Jan   81.���< n   Thuradaj
��� Tie   effcits  of
aseoi i iti i. and
mil .-uts of Manitoba to s-ecure the
referendum from the local legislature j meter  48 ket. and c,
Dreadnought of the Air to Travel Fifty
Miles an Hour.
London, Jan.    31.���Great    Britain's
naval  airship No.  i. which baa been
; under  construction  more than  twelve
months at Barrow-in-Furness, is near-
, ing completion.    The building of the
Dreadnought  of   the    air    has-  been
marked by the greatest secrecy.   Nonc-
except the naval officers directing the
j work  aie  allowed    to    approach  the
enormous  shed   in   which  it is bein.
' constructed.
Thi  airship's length is 510 feet, dia
capacity   700,-
Victoria, Jan. HI ���Three   bin*,   re-
lated in their   reference   i��   mflwav
natters, wore yesterday [in meted ti��
the    legislature    bj   mossajre.    Theso
��� ad the constitution act ig providing lor an increase :n tha meinb^rsht-��
���   executive council UumbI   tho
addition   of  a   minister  for railways:
i ' ate thi departmenl of railways, an.i
consolidate,  revise   and  couWarabtj
a-.md the rallwaj  legislation of   tho
province���in  fact  creating  new    pre.
cedure In toto with respect ta thc   in-
i or; oration, authoiizat.ion and control
of railway companies of strict!) pro
...i  scope.
The first of thes*' measures calls for
no   further  explanation   than  icpjeiu-s
upon its face; the second pfOTitai for
Voliva   Has  Plan  tc   Drive  tbe  Weed   the administration of the new depart-
from   Zion   City. j menl by a minister of railways, under
Cl Icago, Jan. SL���Horsewhip] lng o I   ,-: ^ra there shall be a deputy mini tear,
sight promises to become the method ; la   practical   railroad   man "of  experi"
of punishing  tobacco
smokers in Zion City.
It all depends on the resv.lt of the
city election in April. Wilbur Glenn
Vollva, overseer anl successor to the
late John Alexander I o*ie. is confident that it wil] be successful and
that he will regain the power ta Vv-.
away from him by the independents.
Vollva, in addressing a meeting at
i! ooo i .: -..   feeL    lt
\i\      ���* \Y}*QC\ <P\_    Xt& '
morning about half ] ast ten the sleel1 new   turn'today   when   the   MethKlist ! eigh- > imder   motors'and   three   aae-
ranee  in   the    kitchen  of   Mr.   C,   l>.   Ministerial   association  adopted    this   cialU constructed propellers will drive
* residence exj    ded anl    frag   resolution: Iher through tbe air at titty miles ,-..i
ments of tbe range were blown in all      "That we consider the present move- j hos*.    In  her  work    In  conjunction
directions.    Mr   Reid had Just replen-  men! preference to ihe referendum)with the fleet  as a swift, tar-seem.
- ��� I the fire with coal and hid sten to be Wad vised ani tbat we can no.
ped behind tie stova :o put the coujsee our w.iy to support it and thii
-    ������:����� down  when the explosion oc-jwe are calling s provincial gatberiag
lined      The  force  of the OOn ussion   to discuss the Whole subject."
threw   Mr.   Reid  into the io ner, b t
chewers and ,encei with such ..ther otdriak as maybe necessary, these t<>ing apjwintcd by
the lieutenant-governor in counoiL
Touching the scoi��e of thc ivcw department it  is provided that it "exercise superintendence and control over
Iall railways subject  tn t'ie legislative
| control      of    British    Columbia,   an.l
whether the person or tnvtj corporate
controlling, owning, operating, or main-
tended by more than  1200 of liis to -  taining such iailwa\  was ineorporalcd
lowers   in   X.ion   City   tabernacle,   out-1 by special act of the lcgislatnoc."
lined the scheme of reforms he would      The act  respecting railways is to **.
carry into effect after his election.   Heleertaln extent    retroactive    inasiaum
renewed bis declaration ot war again-;-   as it  is provided tliat  it  shall hemme
tobacco  users  and  said  he  Would  ap    applicable   to   companies  which    may
i scout   she wlll  carrx   a powerful wire
less apparatus.
point  a vigilance, committee to horse
whip on sight any users of tobacco
he u.is not severel) h-irt.
TORRENT POUNDS
MINER TO DEATH
ORGANIZE.
Collingwood Liberal Association Chose
Its  Officers for  1911.
South Vancouver, Jan. ;il     Colling
Assaulted by Porter.
Kamloops. Jan 31.���One of tbo
colored porters on thc delayed train
leading heie at midnight on Wodue.
daS got himself into trouble by :m
sanjiit'. K .' W'atM 0. C. p 'i Bleep
IBB car  Inapeetoi      Mr   Watson   bad
More Pay tor Members.
Toronto, Jan. 31 - The Ontario g"
ernment decided today to increase the
members'    annuel    Indemnity    fmm
Ilium to 11600.
wood Liberals rallied in the Curlotoi i heiffd that some of the porters were
hall list nlglu an.l it being decided, to �����**   ent. and when t'.'o train reached
here   l.e   UOttced   Uie   poller   n{  oil"   of
the sleepers was not out on duty    in
vestlgation showed that he was calm
fhere
I i dl
form an association the following ofi
iers weie   elected     Honorarj    preel
.... .dent. .1. W. Wo irt. honorary vice, re<i
. interest, amounting   tc   At LnCl Ot Lite Kope,   lit3    IS'deiit. ... W   DeB  Fatils. president, l)r
Bingay; vice-president; J. M. Bender,
Buffeted Against Wall of secretary, a c. Ford. The executive
[committee will consist of Messrs   EQ.Ilect, whereupon
(Cleveland, Wilburs, McKinnon. Tyson,lly proceeded to
LEOPOLD PLANNED
REVENGE ON CRITICS
The Q mgli school ts to bi
nly a small affair   costing the com
nt-i      Blgnlfl \nt sum of $3000
b .-       he two looms   in    the
Canyon.
ly   sloe] lng  instead  of  posing  outsid"
in   the  cold      Mr.   VVaisOU   Woke  him , n .. , .-
ip and asKod the meaning of hw no.. Campaign lor invasion   ot
tie porter Imme Hate
The High Schoot.
��� ������ pTans of   tho   proposed   Hia;lj
��� lo not  differ Eaterially from
r   ���   Irei Ij discussed and published
|r"!ii ti'ic to time.    As with the    two
t     : Is   the plans aro to be for
sixteen r "in building, hut only   an
light mi'iii structure is to bfc put  up
I | rovide 1  always the esti-
Bates ;        the city fathers, of course.
rhe I      mi nt of the building Is to bo
Bed lor :i manual training school and
science hall, while the up
Per floor la to be arranged as    an
luditorium     where    lectures    to    the
Icholars may he delivered alid closing
.terclses   .eld.
Lasl sear's estimate for the High
ichool totalled only |fin,Oon.
Salaries  Increases.
The pedagogue* will be pleased   to'strength enough to pull EUckson
pole that in a large number of cases
I    eases  in  salaries  have been  de
Vitlcil tipnn by the hoard. H. M. Strnm-
Perg, principal of the High school. Is
1�� llf> paid $150 a month ln future, lie
letting a mine nf $1..   The principal!
'titinued on Page Four.)
IEX1CANS ACCUSE
AMERICAN WORKMEN
Snohomish. Jan. .11.���Andrew Brick
son. a prospector, met his death in
Sultan hasiu iu a peculiar maimer Fit
day  afternoon,   while  prospe tin.    fo ���
gold just above ti.e old t\tnnel, ii
mllea from Sultan,
The current becomes iwlft as   the
channel  narrows above tie  mouth o(
the tunnel.
As a  precaution against    accldeni
Ihi'kson lied a rope around Ins waist
and fastened it to the shore. In sonio
way while iu lhe water he lost his
footing  and   was  swept   down  Stream
as far ns the roi >' would permit, There
at the very mouth of the tunnel, he
was whirled and buffeted, while I mill?
culling for hell". One of Ills comrades
came lo lhe rescue, but did not  lmve
oul.
lie hurried to their cabin for help
and Krlclison was pulled out all o.
but died from shock, ns I ho waters
were Icy cold and lie was ehlllel
through and through.
Erickson nni his partners, it. Hut
and Clunies Larson, have been pros
pe. ting In Horse Shoe lleiul. n"ut tlio
tunnel, for three inoiitliH.
It is nol knoWH where F.i loUaonV
relatives nre. The body was brought
to Snohomish by K lv I'lirdy and will
bo held, with the hope tbat lelallvCM
can he traced.
I Riorden and biicheiinore.
I Reeve Wear! gave an Interesting address on the in ns and objects of the
Libera) party, and   on   organisation
matters.    Rules and bylaws are to be
drawn up ami a concert la foreshadowed in th.e near future.
show thai might  w.m
{ttronger than right and   laid vtnlenl
, hands upon the Inspector.   The portc
was arrested inter al Golden.,
Wholesale Vaccination.
Philadelphia, Jan, ii    one <>f   the
most sweeping c|iininiulnos in (he hN
tory of the citj was put In force to
day. following Ihe discovery of small
pox   In   lhe   tenderloin   district.     The
seel Ion was toped off unci ovory one
found wll hlu  tlie police houndarv \vn_
compelled to submit to vaccination.
one hundred physicians, accompauled
by large details of polioomo'i, entered
tiie distrlcl which InclmUw Phllattel
pbla'l Chinatown and  begun  vaeidniit
log, it is estimated thai nooo persons
v eie inoculated.
HOLDUP  ATTEMPTED
CLOSE  TO CITY   HALL
France Through Belgium
Was Outlined.
Doys Robb Post Office.
TaOOtna, Jan III I'wo boys, aged
ten and twelve years, .rake Into the
post office ul Huston, n suburb bf Ti
coma, nnd robbed It or $��I7 In enah nn I
Jail ill stamps Thev were spending
the money io freely for candy 11  led
to their arrest,
Cordova. Jan. 81.-   lOarly this niorii-
Ine  a  holdup  was attempted     in    the
heart    of   the   city,   when   Charles
Chrtatenshn was wav laid    by    three
masked   men.   who   d'auged   hlm   into
an alley In the lear of the clly ha'l
Here lliev  struck hlm over the benl
wiih n blunt  Instrument, bul  failed to
knock bim  unconscious, an! Ills orie*   '"' r','-n '""",'
for  help caused  his assailants to run.
Today   Ibe   police   arrested   Charles
Brodle ami be vva�� Identified by Chris
teneen    The police are now rounding
up all Idle men about  (own.
London.   Jan.   HI���The   Pall    Mall
Qatette  today  says  the  diplomat!
world   of   the   continent   is    ex��ieised
over a rumor which Is believed lo be
absolutely true.    It is staled that afte'
the death of King  Leopold  there was i
discovered a  complete plan  of opera |
lion?   for    the    Invasion    of    France
through  Hei. Inm, which had been ar- |
lune heretofore secured inoorrHvatimi
under special legislation fiTim tl>c provincial   larliament
lly part one of the new urt. the ail
ministration ot all railway aSalte is
vested in the mlnlstet ol railways ami
| certlflcates   Issued   by   bim   are-    re-
qulred to be approved by tbe t* wntlve
nnd  bis hOttOr  witli  fottt  we*-V.=   eobli
cation in the Qatette, before becoming
effective, offsetting the lettsmctlm ap
pllchtloh of ti"> n-1  to existed ���������������*
i ..I i. - incorporated by prlvaie sets el
parliament, it i= lUpulated tiu>t  e����rv
railway   potflpany     he'pi"f��r��*    ineor
porated bj special ai< phaii b��v�� ��_$
exercise, in addition to Ibe riebt* an<l
powers conferred by lis epedal -"'.
_] powers conferred on a companv by
Mils act."
Anv five or toort persons rany, hy
lUbscrlblng their names lo s UU1MH
andum of association   and   ctherwtoe
Complying   with   Hie   leiiiliempnt* or
I!��� Is   aci   in     respect    or  restoration,
form in   incorporated   <inipanr,   the
liabUitj of the members wherwd shall.
Without any other    mentloB    it?   pr��v
vision, be by v H t ie of this eiwH-tment
lint|iPil to the amourvt iif aeyt hhimiW
on the shnres resjietHvely snbsrrtbeil
for and held by them, for the pnrpme
of  estab!!?'  ng  nn    nmlertehine    ��ti��I
constructing or &ef]illrlng   a   railway
between   nny  named   termlnn! sftriate
wholly  within the province of BHtisii
t*ty  A
Charged  with    Helping
ant Raid Against Mexicala���
Denial Is Made.
\-
TWO  DEATHS  WERE
I DUE TO HIGH WINDS
PURSER WHITMORE IS
THROUGH Clil RIVER WORK
Shipwreck on Goodwins.
London. Jan. Ill���An unidentified
ship was wrecked on ti lodwln SiniL
din In. the fierce gale sweeping lhe
Knglish clinynel today The mast an!
boWepHl are nil thai are visible above
the water. It la feaipd thnt tho crew
bus been lost Many minor wrecks
have been repotted     I. hipping Is pine.
ib ally at a standstill,
Angeles,   Cal.,   Jan.   111.���Die-
8 were received in l^os Angeles
from the City of Mexico, saying
eported there that, the Instir-
'   Mevlala came from among
PayRtreaH Will Have F. P. Msxwell In
Charge of Money  Bag on  NeUt
Trip���Fraser Clear of Ice.
Uoi
I  ���
'ol,.
ll
nic-n employed by the rnitid
'" ; ernment on the restoration
I along ti,e Colorado river.    The
there is under the direction of
Ockeraon, l'nited states engi-
itepiies  to  these  telegrams
'���'  saving that none   of   the
n  had taken part In the rala
lacala unless possibly some of
had been pressed Into service by
-Is.
'
I bi
I
New York. .Inn. 81,--High- wlrnh
wore responsible Ior two. .fththl here
last night. An Itnllar laborer was
blown from a narrow sidewalk acroM
a park gully lif> Uie Brons nnd landed
nineteen fee! below on B pile of rocks j
Ile was Instantly killed.
An hour later a young    man.   nn- j
Identified, while standing on the tM-c'* *
of a ferry, was caught  by a tfe<* Of h^,   rminlnK on  the
canvas blown acroas the deck bv    the   "J"' ^ ^^ (���nn,,(t(on wilh till
wind.    The force of    the    onslaught, nnv   ttft<,   wl||   ,fl   flltl]1.(,  ()(,votr
toppled him over the low rn.l and h ���
tumbled Into thc river.   The body was
| not recovered.
ft. Whitmore. who hns l)"en In
charge of Ihe steamer Paystreak aR
manager and purser eloce the   boal
Fraser,    hai
FAILS RT THE WATSIDE
MOSTLY OUE TO LIQUOR
Pblice Court    Cases    During    January
Totalled  Fifty four,  Drunks  Being
Well In the Lead.
ranged   With   the  general   staff   of  tt J Columbia
��� No railway company miy hrresfter
At the time referred to King bed-jug formed iii Ptitish Colnmbfa eteept
bold vviis very much exasperated hdd under this net. nnd every mentorsn-
alarmed at the agitation of the Congo I ())lln of association mttsi he pivmntlv
brutalities and turned to the fOHMgtt registered with the registrar nf jtifttt
power In nuestlon for prelection and L,(H.|, companies, fees bein. pnH ac-
rrlendphlp. The pi he of this was the ' voiding to the scale nttneh !n. to th*t
plan of eamiiaign now in possession ef Rt;itnte. A duplicate of thc wtHlrate
France ol Incovporntlon Is reauirad to hp Weit
With the minister of rnt!w��y-��, swi
within thlrtv days alter the "Hn. of
ibis cerllllcnle a deposit t*1 Vr*,��m
mnsl be pnld to the mtnlfter, whfr.*,
deposit sbnll be i etui ned fo fhe companv upon the completion of R�� Bao
within   the   time   prescribed  and thi?
SALOON   FIXTURES
TO MAKE BONFIRE
llelllnulciu'.
loaded ''own
half a dn/eii
Jim. 81.���With   a Bray
wiih bar fi tm rs and
blue-coated poM.emeu
Carrying beer ptimis, demijohns. Lay?
and the other nppurtenances of a barroom, the material evldnue In the
cn?e Of the state against the Tlvoll
saloon, was this nfleinoo'i transported
to the city hall, from where it will be
removed and made into one huge bon-
fbe ns Booh as the c&ses again*' the
prGptlettrfS, Harry Itenson anl John
.Incohson ciime as a result of tbe rail
made early Sunday morning, and in
which thirty dl links were rounded up
in the basement of the premises Whete
the arrested men were operating
ostensibly a lunch room and soft-d:l:r<
place.
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British   Parliament   Opens.
London, Jan. 31.���Tbe second
'lament under King George
Fifth     convened     totlay.
- was imt little ceremony,
���   ' " ular  opening  being
'!l1   'HI   Monday,    when    the
*'n'** and nueen will be present
ite.
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College Men in the Slums.
Oakland. Cal., .Ian. Bl.���In    an    ad
dress before the students of the. 1'nl
versity of  California    yesterday    on
"College Men I Have Met in the Slum<
and Prisons of New York,'' C. B. Mercer, special secretary of the  Association of Colleges of    North    America.
said'     "There  are    twelve    thousand
college-bred men In  New York alone.
who are down and out. throuah liquor
and associating with fast women.
(Continued on Page Five.*
FREEZES TO OEATH OR
SASKATCHEWAN
Fsrmer Living Near Regimt 1#a��0er��
Off Trail in the Darkness ki*
Meets Death.
Agairnt Reciprocity.
Montreal, Feb. i.-By   ���   *��*���   oi
4 jrixtj to forty-four the annua! meeting
4  of the Montreal hoard of Male yeste.--
4  day declare 1 against  the    reciprocity
t ��� I agreement  between Canada and    t'ie
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company, and will In fiiturt
t,l . uttenti'in to his pi Ivate interests
at ehllllwnek nnd In tbis city. Mr.
Whitmore Is succeeded as purser by
K. I'. Maxwell, formerly with the firm
of Belyea (i CO., teamsters, and coal
merchants. Mr. Whitmore retains his
financial Interest in the Paystreak.
Mr Maxwell will make his flrst trip
as purser on Thursday morning, when
the Pavstreak leaves this city for up
river points. According to advices
received yesterday the river is now
clear of ice and freight will be accepted for Chilliwack and all Intervening
points today and tomorrow. The Paystreak sails at 8 a.m.
Toronto Lawyer Dead.
Toronto, .Ian. 81.���A. G. Glbsoi, a
prominent lawyer, died todny from
the effects of Injuries received when
he fell off a street car, alighting o'
his head.
There were fifty four cases heard In
the  pollce court  (luring the montli  of
lamiarv     The number Is not ns luce I
B8 usual, hut the variety Is maintained. |
Drunkenness  still  seems  to    be    the
favorite     crime.     twenty-sU     heavy i
drinkers having faced the magistrate I
Kievrn  vags appeared, but this does
not include a score or two who asked
and were given  n  nlght'R lodging st
the police staiton.   Theft comes next
wfth five cases, an unusually large per-
centage.
The list Is as follows: Assault, 2.
drunkenness, 2fi; vngrancy, 11; non-
support of wife, 1; cruelty to animals,
1, breach of city by-laws, 2; malicious
injury to property, 1; theft, 5; obtaining tnonev under false pretenses, 2;
indecent act, 1; having stolen goods
in possession, 1; sodomy, 1; total, 64.
Fear Fuel Famine.
EGGS
GOOD TO EAT"
ALTHOUGH NOT FRESH
Tacoma. .Tftn. St.���Arrested for
branding edit, storage eggs With the
legend ' Oood to eat," S. P. Weaver, a
commission merchant, was released by
Justice Oraharn this morning after his
attorney had interposed a demurrer
Judge Graham said    he doubted
cold storage    eggs are "goo 1 to eat."
but that technically a conviction could
be  sustained  only  with  difficulty, if
ai all. A :'
C. L. Hansom and Edward Lahlin,
commission merchants, pleaded guilty
of the charge of labelling cold storage
eggs "Fresh eggs" and "Oregon f.esii
ranch eggs," and weie fined $J"> nni
costs each.
Retina. Jam. Sl.���The body vt Wi-
liam Kanngss, a fmrner Hvias s^
miles from here, was fount! &.�������<��� ' ���
death on the prtiltie today-
last seen on Thursday night,
started home accompanied
dogs.
The   dogs   an Lei   nl   a
, home, but  Kanagga tailed to apprw-
Ifiand the mounted police weiv BttW-
They have been loolhng for Mrs cicr
since
He  must have wandered Iroax th��.
trail in the darkness.
He was
w!*i ha
by    tW.J
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Flax May Die. +
Vancouver, Feb. 1.���.lohn Flax,   fie  ���
victim ot the shooting affray on Car-1 4
rail street on Monday night. Is ln   a
Winnipeg, Jan. 31���Reports here In
dlcate that there is liable to be a fuel
famine in Southern Alberta.   Some of   very serious condition.   The bullet hn
the smaller towns are already  com I been extracted, but he is not expected
ilc'.cly out of coal. ���**���*> recover,
Battleship Raiwne*.
Seattle, Jan. 31. ��� Ranraaeil
just below the waterliee by a.
heavy steel scow of tlm tatttlc-
Bhlp Boston, tho baltteiM* (*e-
gonMs leaking; badly and aal-
tling at 'tlte stern. 11 wWl �����
necessary to place her te dry
dock for repairs.
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WANTED���WE    HAVE    TWO    CLI-
ents who wish  to purchase five or ;
Bis  room modern cottagi B    to    tho ;
value i ; $3500, S."'"11 cash, balance on:
, asj  ti rms.    Kellington Bros., Nor-
i ,ei n    Crown    Bank    block.    Tch.-
phone 680.
WANTKD ���  LADY  WISHES  WORK
bj the dav.   Serve tea in evening o
care for children. Apply M. P., News
office.
.WANTED���3 BOYS TO LEARN
trade. Apply Walsh Sash and Door
Factory.
WANTED ��� CARPENTERS, Mechanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared cen-
trallv located subdivision on street
car line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own home
for residence, rent or sale, or we
will build you a home to sut on
small monthly payments. Call
l.oiidv & Bl imer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, i Tel. 8365), or 613 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel.
687.    Open evenings till 9 p.m.
WANTED - FURNISHED    HOUSE
keeping   rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S. News office.
WANTKD���BOARDERS     FOR     PRI-
vate  boarding house;     first    class:
board;   al!  home    eookinsr.    Terms
very reasonable.    Apply 513 Agnes!
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH,     IM-
proved,  with  buildings,  in  the vie-;
inity   of   New   Westminster.      Full,
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage j
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS MAN
requires    good    sized,    comfortable j
room with partial board.   Apply box
18, News office.
TO  RENT.
FURNISHED ROOM TO KENT.
ply ^Oj Carnarvon street.
TO   BET   ���   COMFORTABLE   BED-
room   for   one   or   two   gentlemen: j
half block from city car line.    417 j
Fourth street.
TO RKNT���A LARGE FURNISHED
room suitable for two if desired. 611
Fourth avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���HOUSE, 428 ELEVENTH
street, built for owner. Enquire on
job, or call at 406 Eleventh street.
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOR    PORT:
Mann workmen;    comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front
Btreet, City.
FOR  SALE OR  RENT   BY  OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
Street    Apply on premises for par-i
ticulars. or B1J Fourth street, New !
Westminster, B. C.
LOST.
-NATIVE SONS DANCE���SHOE TAK-
en away by mistake. On returning
san.e to VV. Gifford, (107 Columbia
street, owner will git own footwear.
LOST���SUM OF MONEY IN A PINK
envelope. Somewhere between Royal
avenue and Second avenue. Finder
please return to Daily .News office
and obtain reward.
LOST OR STOLEN���A BLACK AND
white English setter dog wearing
collar with tag No. 400. Anyone
harboring this dog after tbis advertisement will be prosecuted. Reward given to the person returning
same to W. Townsend, 012 Fifth st
FOUND.
FOUND���PURSE CONTAINING SUM
of money, in Westminster    Trading
company's store, 865 Columbia St.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan. (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 96).
1!); 20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8::i0���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
16:66���To Okanagan, Kootenay and:
Montreal  (No   96).
17:50���To Agassi/ and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).        |
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Furniture
Denny & Ross
43, 45, 47 Sixth street, New Westminster
CASH   OR   CREDIT
Items Worth
REMEMBERING
Kitchen Chairs
Double rungs;
each, 55c.
Set of Dining
Chairs
In  Oak or  Mission    finish ;
set of 6 chairs,   $13.50
Floor Oil Cloth, per
sq. yard, 25c.
Linoleum, 6 ft. wide
per sq. yard, 40c.
Outside Door Mats,
each, 25c.
Large, Warm Bed
Comforters,
each, $1.50
Feather Pillows,
each, 65c.
Set of Diners
in solid quarter-cut oak, genuine leather seat, square rungs,
Oak or Mission.
Set complete, $21.75
Chest of Three
Drawers, $6.90
Chest of Six
Drawers, $9.75
Wardrobe for your
best coat or skirt,
$10.50
Kitchen Table with
Drawer, $2.50
Special  Parlor
Suite, $25.00
i  I   i  ��� iv**__s ,3*1     i _
Will
Lace Curtains  from
30 cts. a pair
Arch   Tapestry  Curtains, from $2.90 pr.
xJUST JHRRIVED
l3*NEW LINE. OF BJIBy
CHRRIACkELlS
DEINNY &
43, 45, 47 Sixth street, New Westminster
MORE SETTLERS
THAN EVER
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I Salvation Army Looks por fl
Big Influx During the Ye i
Says Commissioner Re J
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Toronto,     Feb.
Ree i, who ban bu] .
"i   the   Salvation   A
Newfoundland and
rived in the city, and ,
al the Albert   tn ��� ���
The   llew   COI i
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llshman, small In
cul   reatureB, ,  , **i
thai  haa practl    . '�����
eyi a that arc biiglu
���. i.-oi ���
Thai Coimnis.-i a, ,    .
with life and em
by the manner In
chair.   G med
ion, ho hoi Ib hlm
i" ' ire there la di I
��� ���" ui appe iran i "J
\ Commissioner Keen '"'*���
HOMELY   GIRLS   ARE    BEST.
II. W. BRODIE,
EI). GOULET,
Cen. Pass. Agent,       Local A. ont.,     i
V.attoouver.     New Westminster.
Says French   Magazine, After   Making
Hymeneal Investigation.
Paris, Jan. 31.���That homely ducklings are the girls to many Is learnedly argued In one of the leading magazines.
A young man between the age of
twenty-flve and twenty-eight, says the
editor, Is nearly alwavs Inclined to
marry  a  fclrl  of twenty-one   or  less.
that. Is, something sweet, elegant, well
dressed, engaging. Hut the suppose!
composite of everything nice doesn't
know much, and her shortcomings arc
bound to develop in a few months after the marriage ceremony at the latest.
Even before they fully develop the
husband  Is often  thrown out of   his
equilibrium by the little beauty at his
I side.   When they do show, her defects
I become  most  glaring   day   by   day,
1 while her beauty fades from his mon-
tal an I physical eye In the same pro
portion. Alter a while the husband
of a beauty can Eee nothing but his
wife's shortcomings.
"Now, look at the ugly duckling
wife. True nt flrst. her ugliness appals
you. Forget it. After a few months
you will begin to perceive certain fragments of harmony in that bundle of
ugliness. You will think her smile not
half bad: you will sen something fascinating in her eyes. Maybe her hair
ls pretty; maybe her ear is divinely
formed. You discover it, and nre
rleased���very rleased. You are the
more pleased because yon alone   sje
these good points. There are no admirers to rave about them. The element of jealousy is eliminated.
There are hundreds of young men,
married to young women, who forever
seek the society of older and homelier
women. Why? Because the eternal
prettlness and empty-headedness of
their wives wearies them, and they
are hungering for a crumb of good
sense. Another thing to remember:
Never marry a girl who has society on
the brain, or your home will be a thing
intermediate between a museum and a
hotel-
elate himsell with   h.
,and for thirtj    ���
has been an off! ���
advancement was raj
0 he was in Canai i
mission, remalnln I I
months, bul sh,,, I
1 Gi i.' ral   i. 'I
n i ..i tq the i n<
.-'���" ni. Afii a and li '
Done   Much   Tr,,  *��� ng.
Mosl   i.i   the   i
time Bince he 11 . '."'I
arm?   I a     ei .'   I
lng dei artmenl of I '."I
H   yeai s hi |
1 ��� iu prepare iu< .,'|
l an ol tl ������ woi Id
After Comml
a  ;. n   w< el .-  In  To I
Iin.'h   With   thi 1
. this distrii t, it is his i                   f
a  tour ol   ���.���������,! \
whole of his terril
haa Instruct! d  him I              .    i
toui h   with    ll ���L
nlclpalitle    oi .f
likelj  to be L
ploying to thi J
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bui li ,i- the Salvi lion
"Since I  was last hi I
missloner  Ree         i .. I
wondeif'ii  Improvi fl
try. With thai wt a \
mere appears to ba ���
i i marksble i ona illd iti of iota i
and resources.
Interested    in    Canada.
"Canada   loom I
the estimation of tin fl
Bi Itain.    Tbere Is a -I
quern e ihat oo urs hi |
i: ten Bl to the ; eop
"Col. Lamb, who 1     ��� I
told me i'i lor to tn> depan '.vA
London, I bai I e ei 11        I I
be much more ton I
mother  country1 thi |
than ever before.
"The first shin load will rea     ��� I
fa\  on February it, ��hlch I
I earlier than usual.   It will I
' women  who  . uri"   ��� ol   ��'|
mestlc serv loe��� a cia - thai I uader-l
Btand is urgently aeedi I in th!>cr��|
try.
"The Salvation Army will, ofi niifl
, look  after the  womi n until .viita*l
I lioinns have heen found for them Tbil
.greater portion of them vvill go to thl
���west, but not a few   have  been to]
spoken in the older provinces.
Its Colonist Work.
"It Is our Intention during the pr��|
,ent year to do much toward the devil I
lopment of the Salvation Army colonjl
already located on Vancouver W��B
II shall also look personally Into thl
[needs and conditions of New 0n*J"|
with the hope that we may be able ��|
| locate eventually many colonists i��|
i that section of the prov ince."
AMERICANS   IN   JAPAN
START   PEACE   SOCIETY I
Tokyo, .lan. 31.���Americana rejfl
Ing ln Japan have organized a petti
society. A big meeting was heldtfl
night at Yokohama, In which the le��fl
ing business men participated, i��
much enthusiasm wns displayed. T*��
hundred names were enrolled.        I
The American ambassador, Tho"���I
.1. O'Brien, spoke, and resol itions w��
adopted   denouncin.     the  war ��M
The ambassador said there was no��n|
dence of unfriendliness to the v** ,
States on the part  of any ��lH'll0'l.i
the Japanese people, and he asw
that this he given the widesl ''i1'0"'*'
tlon. as representing the sincereia��n
unanimous   sentiment   of Americn' i
in this country.
CANADIAN
"nIFIC
CANADIAN
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   V,CT0��'��J|
10:00 a. m
1:00 p. m
.Daily except 1 '
TO SEATTLE.
PiiHf |
pail?
pall/
10:00 a. m	
11;30 p. m ��� ���;���
SS.    Iroiiuols   Sunday   Wgn��
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily excepl sun
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p.m Every JW*
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND' AUJ fl
11:00 p. to ��.   lei AND5,
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLA*
11:00 p. m	
Jan. 81, Feb. 14, -'8.
CA��"P
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING
8:30 a. m Every Thun
ED. GOULET,
Agent. Westminster.
,_���< H. W. BRODIE,
: O. P. A., Vancouver. atEDMESOAV, February i, ���:���-.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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THE MORNING PAPER
is the onlv effective medium
for advertising vour goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busv housewife,  intent
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on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides  to  pur*
chase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster JMKJR FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i
1911
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TO SEEK GOLD IN BRAZIL
Published 6t Thc Daily Xews Publish-1
ing Company, Limited, at their offices, i
corner   ol    McKenzie   and    Victoria j
Streets.
Sometimes people do. and suffer,
because the stomach balks.
E. A. Pa ige .
.Managing Director
Adventurous   Miner  to   Lead    Expedition   Into Amazon   River Region
Said to Contain Wealth.
Ate Unwisely ?
relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload.   The lover of food
things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.
50c. a box.    lf your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
will mail them. 34
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,        ��... Montreal.
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An armed expedition into the wilds
: of South America in search of   gold,
will I e led from San Francisco next
'.May by "Dlamondfleld Jack" Davis cf
Nevada.  Mexico, and  the sjvorld, and
his partner, J. D. Mitchell.
Davis is making preparations for
the invasion, and he intends to tnke a
force of fifty white men and 200
or more Soutli American Indian
scouts. Witli the cavalcade will go
ample provisions,  mining   machinery,
^ rifles, machine guns and ammunition.
figures of foreign trade during the first   Davis says that nearly 1000 mules will
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY  1, 1911.
THE TREND OF TRADE.
The business outlrok In Canada U
distinctly bright and the basic condi
tiens of trade are  sound.    We may
therefore, face without trepidation thc
Mrs.  Eddy's Will   Filed.
Hoston, Jan. 31.-*-A copy of (he will
of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy was Hied In
tho office of the Suffolk county probate
court today.    There is nothing iu the
nine months of the fiscal year.    The
imports and exports total $r>77,!i'.'!i,iMM>,
an  increase of sixty-five  and  a  half
millions as compared  with  the same
period of the previous fiscal year.    Bui
the increase is almost entirely in im
ports,   the   exports   of   domestic   products liaving increased to the extent
of but half a million dollars.    For the
year \o date the imports aie over    u
hundred and eighteen million dollars
more than the exports.    How does lt
come that Canada, year    after    year,
shows so largo a balance of imports
over   exports   if   it   be   true,   as the
economists  assert,   that   In   the    last
analysis international trade is a sort
of complicated barter under which ex
pons must pay for imports.   A glance
at the trade returns shows that during
the ten years ending in March, 1'.10.
Canada imported for consumption mer
chanriise to the value of two billions
six hundred and thirty-three millions
of collars, and  exported (f  ler own
proiucts two billions ono hundred and
sixty-one millions of dollars. Here are
imrorts in excess   of    exports    in    i
period of ten years totalling the amazing sum of four hundred and seventy
one millions cf dollars.   How did this
come about 1   Did Canada pay the dil
ference in gold'.'    That at  all events
is cot the explanation.    There is not
cnou.eh ��old in Canada to pay for two
years' excess of imports over exports.
Were the "adverse balance of trade"���
as economists of the mercantile school
call it���paid for by  gold there would
not new be an ounce   of   the   yellow
metal in the Dominion.
What is the meaning, then, of this
enormous disparity between imports
and exports ? The excess of imports
means that Canada is a debtor nation,
and that aji enormous amount of the
Hritish and foreign capital invested
from year to year in the Dominion
conies iDto the country in the form of
merchandise. When Britain puts Up
her share of a ttew t'. P. R. stock is-
the materials.
ate that  we will start  for   the   field
about May 15 next."
Though Davis expressed such an
optimistic view of the situation among
the wild Indians of the region, friends
of his declare that every man of the | petition to show the value of the nro
fifty whites who goes with the party|perty owned by Mrs. Eddy in Boston
will be armed and will know bow to
use his rifle to effect.
Mitchell,   who   made  th.e   1906   advance into the threatening   territory,
is now in Sonora, Mexico, where   be
and    Davis  have   mining   properties j decided
Both   men   ha\e   made   considerable | tion for
money there.
Edmonds
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be required to carry^^^^^^^^^^^^
"1 he country is richer than the
Klondike, and I know how lich the
Klondike was. It is richer than Gold-
field or any part of Nevada. We are
backed by $750,000 of Philadelphia
capital, ami we are going to win a
tremendous fortune and open up the
greatest gold fields in the world."
That is how "Dlamondfleld Jack")
talks of the venture.
Tlie region to be invaded is in t'ie
eastern part of Brazil, on the mi ldh>
fork of the Amazon liver and about
450 miles inland from the Pacific
coast. It first became known in 1906,
when J. D. Mitchell and several adventurous companions'went into tho
country and came out after innumerable hardships minus two' of'the men.
One hud succumbed to a fever and one
had been killed by the poisoned arrows of tlie Indians. ,.
Littlo wns said about the venture,
but gradually word crept around that
the region had been found rich iii
gold. Many prospectors left the Tinted States from time to time and disappeared into the interior after the
fabled riches.    None returned.
Now Mitchell and his partner are
going back, and this time with a force
that is expected to prove e tual to any
emergency.
"We cannot approach the district
from the Atlantic side, because it
would be tco long a journey and because all of us would die of fever before we got half way up the swamps
and jungle," Davis explained.
"We must go in from the nearest
Pacific side. At lirst we will be able
to take a railroad, and this will transport us back into the mountains of
Northern Peru. After that the calva-
cade will be assembled and started.
"The journey will be like the advance of an army, for we will have a
great number of pack animals an 1
men. Tie whites will be armed, but
1 for all that I don't expect much trouble. The Indians will treat us well, t
firmly believe, if we do not annoy'
them.
"W'e do not   n-.i id   fe'lirg   at   thi;'
time, though we have not talke 1 mucn
n'-out it in the nast, that Mitchell and
his mates got $220,000 in that    coun-i
trj   in  the ninety-seven days of min-1
ling they  put in  there.    And they did
I not have the proper machinery or materials to do effective work.
"When Mitchell and his outfit were
[driven   out   by   the   Indians    Mitchell
vowed that some day he would return
: Estimates Ready
For City Council
(Continued from Page One.)
'Frisco Now Favored.
Washington.    Jan.    Sl.���San    Francisco won the preliminary vote on th?
world's   fair   fight   today.     The   house
to  take up the  Kahn  resolu-
immediate consideration.
of the other schools also get increases
of from $5 to $15 a month. In ths
case of the teachers, the salary increases ai��i from $2.50 to $10 a month.
Salaries Compared.
Tiie total monthly sahnus paid last
year amounted to $3172.50; this year
the sum of $3402.50 will he paid oul
making an increase of $2".n a month
or $2760 for the year. The newly
started night school entails a further
expenditure of $600 for the year. The
total salaries each month (teachers',
caretakers', etc.) amount to $3748, as
compared with $3457.50 in 1910, an In
crease of $272,60.
The total operating expenses, which
last year amounted to |13,355j are e\ i
nected to deplete the bank acount b-l
$16,380  this    year,    an    increase    of
$3025.
Current Expenses Higher,
ln the list of current expenses the
tendency is to soar above last year's i
figures, although in some cases the '
amount decided on is lower. In no
case is the increase very high, hut the
total over and above 1910 is in tho
neighborhood of $2000.
Secretary's   Resignation.
Almost   lhe   only   item   of   business
discussed  at   the meeting outside  of t
tlie estimates was the resignation of
ecretary, Kev. Robert Lennie. Mr.
ill retlie at the en I of fi i
current school term, in .line.    His sm
cesser will  be paid a  salary of $75 a
month, this being an increase of $25
:>n  the  present secretary's remuneration.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         .14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu in London, Fng
Iind, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltt
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank D?p. rtment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and liiterest allowe". at 3 per cent, pei
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
Quarter-acre lot on Edmonds street
carline, $600.00 ; $100 cash,
balance $25.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE,
Merchants Bank Building. New Westminster
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(P. Q. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi.  Westminster Trust  Bulldl
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  6fi1 Residence   Phonp   1. 3
Did You liver
���count the number of people stopping before a ��well lighted show win
dow in one night '.' You woul-i
probably (Ind thai for every one stopping bei ween sevi n and < Ight, I i
stop between eight anl nine, and
i well e b< twei n nine and t< n.
We are willing to aid you In takin ���
advantage of this, but your windows
should be well lighted,
Pbone 761 tor further i arli :ul u
ngjThe Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
nave
in a
Many People wHo
never before bei n
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
hhe sec
Lennie
sue or a Canadian government issu
she does not send over barrels of gold j with a force large enough to   insure
to Canada.   She sends a new C -P. il.'''*m   protection.      That  force  we are
steamer for the Pacific trade, or the
Itainbow and Niobe for naval defente
ave the money | urf,(
for I belie"e
now gathering.    We
iand want no more of it,
 that.  $170,000  will    le eno gh   to   fl
or a cargo of rails, or any one of    a  nance the whole expedition.    I estim
thousand other things that this coun-' ,
try rants���simply charging tliem uo
in ber boo' s to the debtor side of Can
ada':? ledjcr. Tho fuur hundred and
seve ;y-me !:-j! ions of imports in excess of ev:: i*. since 1H00 represent a
conci j'erar.'e part of the two billions o.'
dollars that Canadians owe abroad In
their public and private capacity.
We are sending back interest every
year to th.e extent of at least eighty
million dollars in the form of exports.
When tlie great works of construction
now in progress are completed���whea
the West Ib gridironed with railways,
and the canal system Ls perfected, and
the harnessing of water   powers    has
given an adequate supply   of electric
energy���the people of    this    country
will have to bend their energies to the
reduction of the debt  burden.    When
that   day  comes   there   will   probably
be as great an excess of exports as
there is today of Imports, for the only
way in which v. e can pay our debtu
abroad  will be  by  sending  out more :
merchandise  to   the   extent   of   manv j
millions yearly than  we import.    The
process of going into debt, is swift and i
joyful:    the    process of getting    our i
again is slow find  laborious.    During
the construct ion of the C. P. It. there j
was a period of heavy borrowing when j
Imports materially exceeded exports, j
In the nineties there was a period of j
liquidation, and  in  the  later  pait of
that decade there were Indications in j
the trade returns of some repayment I
of capital.    The  marvellous  progress |
in railway and city building during the I
pas��   decade  has  again   brought  huge'
increases in imports,
Sir Edmund Walker many years ago
���riaid the progress of the North Amerl
can continent had been due chiefly tj
the precipitancy or its people In rushing into debt and the necessity of
working during tlie greater part of tli3
twenty-four hours to get out. again. II
was a true picture in outline. The timo
for raridag during the greater part of
the twenty-four hours approaches once
more. The farm, the mine, the forest,
and the fisheries must all be utilize 1
An de utmost���consistent   wiih   tho
new idea of the conservation of nation
al resources���to swell the volume of
Canada's exports during the decade
upon which we have entered.���Toronto
Globe.
WELSH   WILL   INVITE
LLOYD-GEORGE   TO   COME
Montreal. Jan. .11.���Col. Edward
Pryce-Jones, M. P., Unionist member
in the imperial parliament for Montgomeryshire, is in .Montreal on his
way to Calgary, where he and his
brother are establishing a branch nf
their mercantile firm of Pryce-Jones,
Limited.
On his return to parliamentary duties, about the 14th of February, Col
Pryce-Jones will be accompanied to
England by Mr. Charles, editor nf the
Druid Newspaper, of Scran ton. Pa.
Mr. Charles is going to Kngland to
Lloyd Ceorge to accept an invita I
tion to li-it America, given on behalf
of the Welsh citizens throughout the
country, and Col. I'ryce-Jone.s says hc
believes Lloyd-George wlll come.
Injured in Flre.
San Francisco, Jan. 31.���Emil Holo-
way, his wife and two children, were
severely burned in a fire that destroyed their home in the Richmond district today.
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   HOUSE
���   ~':   +HECTOR   McCAIG, MANAGER.
Thursday, February 2.
���if*
Twin Strew Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500  Tons.  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/g Knots.
H FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.  _�����_
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
F03  F   INCE RUPERT 11.30 p.m. Mondays
B,   B.  "Prince  Al-
i ir Porl Slmj son,
Direct connection at Pi ince Rupert   for  Stewart.
bert"  will  leave  Prince  Rupert February :: and 1
Kincolith, Massett, Skldegate, ti teen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit. London. Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information
For tickets,
apply tn        U
HARRY O. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
L. V. DRUCE,
���Commercial Agent.
527 Granville St.,
GENERAL  AGENCY
Yancouver, B.C.   Plione Tlno. Phone
TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
30GO.
The Bank of I
offers to all such
the   facilities   of
lastge and strong
ing organization.
oronto
people
their
bank-
on
Interest is paid
Bahnces half-yearly.
"Nsiness   Accounts
o.i favorable   terms.
avings
opened
INCORPORATED 1855
$48,000 000
NEW    WESTMINSTE:. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
a
p
.but) 115.      Bars   Vlan- HI
Columbia Strest
P.i_g��Ke   delivered   promptly   ���
any  part of tie cltt
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DSPOT
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Clearance Sale
OF
jj    Ladies'
</o$M
IN
T/f/ZSADS
and Children's
Wear
Gold Watches Tor Ladl.-s from 112.7)
tup.
Silver Watchea. gents' open [sC*
96.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open caw,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltbam and W*
Watchea.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocer;
Tht
A. J. BIR TCH
W hite House 617 Columbia Street
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders
at
AMERICA'S GREATEST TENOR
By Martin 1/ Merle
HEAR MR. JOSE SING
'Silver Threads Among the Gold"    .
'Girl of My Dreams" "Daddy"
'That ,Was a Grand Qld Song"
'Abide With Me"< V ''^Belle Brandon'
'When You and I Were ��� Voting*; Maggie"
'Home .Sweet Home" '  ���.     '.'Dolly Gray
Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00.    First time ever presented
at these prices,   Scats ready on Wednesday next.
|| Jewelry
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 VIcttlil
Street.
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
I Chamberlin's
���
���***><
U     ITHE
 I JEWELERJ
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
anted
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading
Co.
H WWJTWIPManufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINI8H,
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS. __���
Royal City Planing Mills Brar.ch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Beg pardon:    I take It for gn
that yon have never tried fli
ACME BRAND
Ad'io
tried���
or you would change your mm
la in a class hy itself.   Once
always used'.
Our special champagne Ib a wlnne-
case.   Price fl--0'
do returned.
You ought to try a
case anil bottles to
Factory
Office:
Tel. 689.
:   Simpson Street
30-1 Columbia Street.
New Westminster,
Bo��  13?
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or Co,
Vanstone Heating and Plumb.ng
Chimney Sweeping, Eave v
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectmg.
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc
Etc. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
 r-.'.-
PAGE FIVE.
t;
SPORTING NEWS
VANCOUVER 10 START   'TORONTO TO HAVE
A HOME BREW TEAM   BIG SPORTING ARENA
MDWAKF. ODDS AND ENDS
TAKEN FROM HER STOMACH
4F>3
Maple Leaf Lacrosse Club,
Ltd., Holds First Meeting
This Evening.
Tbe fit  '  -��� ��� ��� ral annual meeting of
.  ie Leaf Laflroese club of Vaa-
Imited,  win   be held in the
.    Dttmsmi li in Vancouver al E    -
li is expected ihat alter tlie
.   things  Bill  liven   up  in    la
ase circles tm t.he ooast.
Will Cost $500,000 and Will
Have an Artificial Ice
Plant.
Nails,   1D5  Saftty  Pins   and   Alsi
Thimbles and Glass Found in
Woman   Patient.
Toronto. .Ian    ::].��� Tbe   preliminary
prospectus of the big aiena to be built
here has heen issued, and ai lasi the
Cans  appear to have something more
definite than rumors to work on.
li is proposed to Incorporate a company,   10   be   known   as   the   Toroni ,
j Arena   Company,  Limited,  under the
.   ,     ..       .      . . . .   .      | laws   of  Ontario,   wilh   a    capital    ol
���*& r" ''  -     m'u,ar  *!        ' ""   sr,(Ki.(.(i0 for the erection of ihe largest
gent out advertising ihe meeting  and besl eQulpped hockey aad ���
i   stated  that   tl.e  club   has   been   '���' " arena in Canada.
...  wiih no object of opposing or      The property, centrally located, has
.     ..:..���     other    club, It is    an- : already  heen  seemed.     The  building,
... ;:..:  ;���    -   who *.a e learned  ;'',!i I '"T-- prepared bj   Ross and Mc
���   ...���  ���    a Vai ��� ���   -���        -    '"arlane, of Montreal, lrom wllich city
;������  ,:ence on the fan.-     This   lhc"  whole project   seems to emanate.
-   taken to mes eels    '��� -    be eolidlj : ...: of brick, stei   bj
.   bitterij   apposed I    tne    Van-concrete, and   o ei a space ot
-..-..���       ���....������    main :'"'      in ice surfaci    I .'    by
... rted pi ifessi i. . -     but    it   *******  wi,t'  a  ten-loot   promenadi    ..
.-..-,.;'    ���������:.������;.���".   -���   '-ind. will he pn ridel
nits all tlie I   ,������:.:    -    -��� ':   ��� '���   ""ill be seats for from ;
aver. * ������   ���-"���'     I ice plan
.    s no doubt  that Um        , ��� '  " . turc-
:..au   an endeavor to pei   c'! ice for the rink, aad also tor domes-
Westminster-Vancouver  ' rposei     Dpon the clore ol
���   Itnown as the B   C   :  ' ''     "    ��� ���: ��� -'���  is   flcured   to
lasi  '.ji.-.-:.   i,.-.i,   as compared to
[twelve now, a seed nai floor wll
laid down, upon whi ���!. wrestling, bo::-
.:..  a:., other j ��� ���
In tl.e currenj i. imbei  of the  Journal of the American Medical Association Drs. Vandivert and Mills, of tbe
Missouri State Insane Hospital, at Sl
Joseph, reporl the case of Sallie L.. a
mulatto,   whose   appetite   for   nails.
bolts, lacks  and  all  manner  of hard
ware resulted in her death al that in
stitution   recently.     Her   gratification
:  this remarkable appetite  emended
over seven years.
The case of ihe woman puzzled the
physicians, and  her   actions   becasM'j
more unaccountable as the   end drew
as the original college widow.
When Chandler came home nights,
he says, his wife would be on the jot
Only a cracker and a cold 'spud"
graced the board- Helen wo ild be
over at the University of California
holding a reception-and-hands wiih a
bunch -pf students, whose ties and snx
v.(y( the color of tl.e rainbMi
Alfred moied hi. home away He
fried io reform his lifllc wtfi Bul
nix on the reform���she always wem
back, be a lie-os. TlieD they qua::- ���
for good, and Helen, Allied say.-, is
now in New Yoik.
jno less than V6 yer .-ont. of the share
capital    paid  up in cash i  within two
years.;  and if the railway is noi cirri
pleted   and   in   operation   within   fisw
.wars  alter the company's incorporation, then ihe powers granted may be
annulled in theii entlretj or they may
i'i extended,   -,��� n application in this
behalf,   hut  only   ii  the provisions ol
the ac: as to actual commenceme. I    :
construction and    initial    expenditure
������������:. r .  ���   been faithfully complied
with.    All   railway   companies   herein-
.,.���������    incorporated    under   provincial
law are specifically required 10    pay
current or fair and reasonable wages
to their employees.
Modern and efficient equipment and
operation system are demanded, while
tolls���telegraph and telephone as well
as traffic���are subject to review by
the minister, whose decision in restpei I <
thereto is final.
Hawthornihwaiie   objected   to   ths
measure on  ihe  grounds that  a railway could come in under a Dominion
charter and the    minisier   would   he
powerless to supervise.   Williams also
���   ted to increasing the number of
portfolios or ministers.
Paper Railways
Aimed at io Bill
(Continued from Page One.1
manner provided lor, otherwise b��':n_
forleit  and  forming pait  oi   ihat con
sfllidaied reienne lurid of the province.
In the event of this required dej>o&_
not  heing made    within   thirty    days
near,  ^be"seamed\o"Ihrive,"anhouVn !afl" u'e company,   im-orpin-aikm. the
���partaking only slightly of the hospital i <******��  ^ "".""T      I-**,    ^!��"
���:."    and on her ceath the phvsk-ian, I ����"ically  voided   and    nu lifted.     Tlie
decided  upon an autopsy   to   relieve J"?"1*" *f!��!��"TOre* *�� *_**��� *-* _+���
their prof< asional  curiosity.      In her  fice ,he t'orrowmK P��wen ��* an>' ral1"
-���..:.:.     lound 144fi separate   ar-
, tides of hardware, which would have
��� ��� .  a  much   greater   benefit   soxae-
wbert ( m     T: . re included 45S nails.
of ali sizes    42 screws, 9   bolts,   1.5
sa't-t.'   pins   115 hairpins, 131   common
as and a     lantitj  el vn  le utensils.
grape seeds and the like.
way company. The minister is also
vested with absolute discretionary authority as io fixing the price oi an.
railway company's securities and ruling as to the application ol tb< , I.
eeeds. Tbe chief commissioner oi
lands, on the other hand, is gi-ten full
authority 10 fix the price which must
���   Lacrosse   a-.-o    .     i
lea wi      .   tal   i
���   ���   ��� .-       - t.own tha*
ssesses  a good  b. nel      :
ben   is not  irr   '      I    .hood
a from this si f tJ
��� ���- ��� ���    no."
p that thi     have 1
. ���    .
ther team v
:   .:. that   ������
d will also add
to ibe le;..   e ai
ard  matter to 2
en tbi
���-. ���      .    -   .-     |   ���
-   I ���
.    ��� ib the   el
��� .   ���
terest a
. a-
to dii
  ���  . ���
er th
WORLD'S   SERIES   TO   GIANTS.
In spiie of this the woman was able ,,e **__ _* an>" railway oompan    :
���    .   : and digesl a considerable quan- an>' crnwn larid? rt ma> be recjuired to
titj  ol ordinary  I od  ..;   to witi    'two occ'J-'} ,in  ��">neri.ion with its line or
eeks of her death.      The foil win.- 'mdertAkmc.
are given as t ,:- cements of tb.   **: m- ,   0��Wi�� incorporated for railway
mj's stoma : building   purposes      niet    the   new
Nails. general aci  are required 10 bona fide.
_____ - eminence   and   continuously   proceed
.   ' . I ..::\        yi .   , . ,   , *
,���'   . j:. with     construction     within      twrive
. < "���   :.'!:s after incorporation expending
B-penny       SO ������^���-���
. ��� any
3-penny
Total
Investigate This One !
35 acres of some of the best land in Surrey with
the Great Northern railway on north boundary ; the
B. C. Electric ONE mile distant. Most convenient
shipping facilities. 12 acres under cultivation; first
class water; good roads.
Price, $5500
$1400 cash; balance over four years.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. h. Mccormick. ^^^^^^^^^^^
'TT****,^ r. *"��� Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St_ New Westminster.  B.  C. Phones 646. 66^.
I
.Ml   THE   SPOKA\E.
TN     Cole    .Ve.uher    Has    a    Peculiar
Lure for  Hardy   Ma-.
n. 31 ���As   an   lil islra
[physical i
pment, H. Vt   i
r S] ol ane, pi     lea     iltun
��� ���     : i it.--.
- S| river
��� .'. at l- 25 o'clock in
���    also wInning a  v .l- i
-.... ie with K. K. Walker dI i   ���
Iware company. Knowles
��� B   lhe   cold   waler  bath   as  a
medium, while    Walker holds
has n it hing but poor features.
- la said to be the first  time the
lias ever been male in Baldwin-
A  crowd of nearly  8500   peo:>lo
������ ised the feat.   The thermometer
-���    : al  31 degrees and the tempera-
: the water at the freezing point,
v.   ured the   Australian   crawl
when he was a quarter of the
. row ho turned over oa his back
Homed to the crowd: ' Fine dope.
I ' Knowles swam In the Columbia
ri        last January, and  is an  anient
cut of the cold water bath the-
.      trom a hygiculc and health s.tand-
pcint. I
Eastern   Opinion.
Toronto News:    The adopt lon of the
baseball    principle   regarding   players
i  the appointment  of a paid  president, were the most Important things
���  at the N. L. U. meeting on Saturday. Moth Innovations were received
b open arms by all the clubs, with
llu  exi option of Ottawa, Which held
o it tor the older order of things, Innn
18 the election or Officers was con
ed. The $700 salary touch evi.lent
Ij did not please the senatorial outfll
lew of the slim nates that   the.
e drawn  the last   couple  of  yean
Ith  B  salaried  chief  at  the  head  ol
there  ihOUld  be less trouble le
���a::   Official! for  matches, lllld COB
��� ���nth- an absence ol the bickering
has  man od   affairs   In   the   pas'
���her   K.  ('.  St.   Tore cr Joe  l.a'lv
the Job or not,   matters   little
an-  both  .ood   men.  fair,  square
,il'0\e   board,  and   would   fill   the
to the kin. 's taste.
Do You Doubt It When  De Wolf Hopper Says  Sc
nts
.���
���   -
-  ���   .. ��� es bei
���   -      ���    : ���        o   .-     . ���
���      E
������ we i      ������   . i      i     -
- ������ far,. .
and  i ��� -��� -     students
- ���   ���      a Uk
id repre
....
��� . -. .   -
... ...
���   .-     ' - ��� - .. t on
;      llt.J
..      '   '        ���
"Wl : ' '     ���l-.cw
-
there It
.   ,.      - ��� wi nder
a\       '     . ewaon rig     there is no
ng those ai nexl    b��
. , ��� . nting with compara
n\ a c.ise an.': thei thej II bt ���' those
���    ���        ���    . ��� ���       ns      T!ier.-��
aro no two wass al oul ll
"I pick thi    ' i   to win   the
American League liUe again; to mj
��� ��� nothing .. n stop them excepl
thi Giants, and thc>"l turn the trick
in a world's series Mtitn can pitch
every day If necessary, and when he i;
on the rubber llis teammates always
play at top SDeed Mattv Will boat
the Athletics jusi tho same as lie did
the Highlanders hist season."
Screws.
"AT IT RE?.E SIM!. T?MV
____y&&- -a
Bolts.
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la.
:
Mlscrlanecus.
Teas). indies
Nail !;.. In    	
i' .   . -    f ste<     :'���'���, in, .
: les
>.i.'  Shaker lots       	
rape foi     g i��   bolts
Buttons     	
Sufctv pfns  	
Haiti Ins       j
el tacks  ��.. 62
Common   pins     ISO
Large white-headed i lus. 'J1:,*'.-- 1,;
\' ���       C :   -   '
Bl i ' i n i oal ia< 1. 1  h ks. .'\', In   ,.    7
Snins  beads, small,   I  tt.  Ion. . ...     1
Larger beads, loose   TO
Sumii stones and pieces of . lass . s:>
Prone seeds    T
Pieces ot metal, combined weight,
���    :; oz      m
itoots ancl eyes  L9
Grape and other small seeds,,,   us
MONUMENT TO  AIRMEN.
Paris  Will   Erect    One     to    Aviation
Heroes of M\  Nations.
Tails,    Jan.  lil      \     nionumrnt     in
those who have losl their lives in
aviation will be erected by the ooc
poration nf is��\, on the spot whern
Alexandre Laffol and MarQuts Mailo
Paula were killed In the fall Of their
aeroplane on December .'s.
Tbo city  decided  today  lo erect    <\
suitable memorial,   ih<>   detlgni   ot
which lmve noi >ot been worked oul
Tbo monument will le "To tbo nvln
lion heroes of all nations."
Making s total of
U4B
WEALTHY   MAN  TRIED
FOR THEFT OF EGGS
NEW    MINERAL    DISCOVERED.
Composition
Colorado    Mine    Yields
Which Experts Call  Nlr.hollte.
Leadvllle, Colo., Jan, :u    victor An
uerson,   presldenl   of   the   Coldradft
Scfiooi of Mines, announced today thai
a now mineral luul been discovered in
the Woifion mine, iienr here,
promises to excite great interest
ihe mining world    Manager
of Woirton. unearthed   the   in
and the ore has been named Nil
'the in st ii  ���.. as dl���������'��� it ere I   In n
level oi the mine, and Nichols s""1 ��
sample to Prol   Butler gt th
Of Mines foi an it.   I ���   I'i or   Butler nn I
Prof,  Vndetson pnxcled ovet ths com
position foi some time, finally coming
to the com bui m  that
lllld  been dlSCOl eieil
Tacomft,   .lan     tl    -I'nable   to  ipsIji
the ovei w lielmliiE  passion  ot   ihe eol-
I lector,     I'l.     William     Knaplliolni,      i
wealthy  retired  tanner  living  at  614
soutli Thirteenth street, borrowed   a
kej   from   the  Janitor  of    the    PVn y
museum   lust   week  am!    stole    more
. thaB  230 birds' osies belcttglng lo Uie
Cantwell collection, besides n tthfttber
I of fossils ami oilier curios, as he con
! Tensed   loiliiy.
ICnaellinlni   was  suspected  by ('urn
tOl' t'lllslrap. ami    when    Ills home mi
searched tns   ulBslng collectioh "rt'
fOUnd inlveil With n splendid e dlpctl'ul
belonging  i"  l':n. elliolin  hlinsplt.
I'liiHeiiinim was arraigned before
.Imliie Graham today, and upon a re
(J 11681 ror ('leniency fiom Cui'iitOH (tll-
stmp.  who  tpstllled     Unit   he  bore     l
.good reputation,   ihe  case was  ��ii--
wh'c�� ImUsed,
  n i . . 	
Nlcholl,
mineral, real college widow.
Iiollte I
Too Much  Rab-Rah Rnh  Boys lo   Suit;
AI impd.    Man
hool 1     Ahiiiieiln. ('"I,   Inn    "I      Too   ttnicrt
"lab-nib inli   I o'.s"   Is   basts  of   n   d
Mm p complaint on file in the Vn"" d I
superior ttourl heie today, iii   which
Alfred M   t'linndiei, eomplalfling of al
broken home. t_fands lis wife, iieipn.i
AvfCi
%1 \*c arc MyiiGl *
prvanmun crc^ik^ m1%
��� I n}%.^Wijcd loWitlr
t\m\\ hy choij. if ft *
on \W kymh of *
S\jj moxiih & o\rr. *
\( invoM mimqT fordiente
in first worljta^caJifAoa
, .r unal Ithiwiai biiaincvi.
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A if^ou are not saving -
pplcmatkatty, * * ** ���
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^tufcarL setiO h? Draff.
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0\*)cv or Re^sTeiiFj"^
better A witti^rawate
can be wq^e^^ ���*��� ~+ *
- * *mf *my _m wish.
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Refer W^* -***������*
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or To a\i/tmeln*
VflNGOUVeR-
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hMf.np thin
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Vc\r\eoMver B.C.^
new  minei il
.NSURANCE  AT  LOWEST  POMIBUI RATM IN REGULAR LICEMSED  COMPANIES.
|f you think you .re paying too mucn   for   your   insurance,   consult   me.
P 0 Box 594
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of Insurance piacer at better
PATE* THAN OTHERS WRITE A ***.
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Langley, Abbotsford, etc.
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We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
BOLD UNDER   AN   ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co,, Ltd.
Toilet Lotions
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Ryall's Witch Haze) Cream, 25c. and 50c.
Orchid Cream, 25c.
They d& the work.
' AT      ������������������������
I Ryall's Drag Store
PHONE 57.
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INGS���ALL     KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
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J:  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
PHONE 473     .1
i*m*-���mrfmrr~���*t
LANGLEY
Prfty Acres on Yale Road about one mile from
train. First class land, would make good subdivision.-
_      $75*00 Per Acre
���   Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
J PAGE BIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, ,911
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FAIR, fAT AND FORTY,
SHE MARRIED AGAIN
Mrs. Martin-Saeur Married
Adam Miller When Daughter Rejected Suit.
Regina, Feb. 1 ��� Because her diugh-
ter Carrie, a. eii fifteen vears, would
not love and Marry Adam Miller, aged
twenty-seven years, Mrs. Martin
Saeur, fair. I'at and tony, has married
tli,' man herself, and now the children of tlie widow who wedded again
are taking legal advice. It is all to no
purpose, however, for Mis. Saeur heing of sound mind and the head of a
large family, had a right to marry
whom she willed. Tiie principals are
all well known in Regina, and some ol
them live here.
He Loved Carrie.
Adam Millei' is a farmer of German
extraction, who lives in the bluffs
country, Imi who also has a farm near
Balgonie. He had an eye for ih" fair
Carrie Saeur. comely maiden of fifteen
summers and about sixteen winters,
but Carrie saw it not that way. Adam's
wooing words fell upon ears that were
deaf and his appeals were listened tJ
by one whose heart was stone. In dis
traction he turned to Carrie's mother
for assistance. The mother encouraged the suit, and advised Adam to
decorate the home with presents. This
Adam proceeded to do. A gold watch
and other minor trinkets were among
the presents wllich Carrie accepted
with more or less reluctance.
Carrie's mother also helped the
game along, for she advised the daughter to throw in her lot with that of
Adam. Apparently she thought progress was good, for Carrie's wedding
dress was made, and arrangements
generally completed for the uniting of
Martin and Carrie in the holy bond of
matrimony.
Carried   Demurred.
However, Carrie did not agree, and
as there could hardly   be a wedding
without her consent, the trouble started.    In vain did her mother endeavor
to persuade Carrie to take unto her- ]
self Adam.    Love had not entered into the breast of the maiden and   sm>
saw  it not that way.      At  last   her
mother  became  angered  at the  girl,
and  insisted  on  the  wedding   taking
place.   Canie was obdurate, and yielded not.   She came to Regina. and took
up her residence with her brother-in-
law,  John  Man/.,  who  lives  with lib
wile on Hae street.
Married Him Herself.
But Mrs. Saeur was not to be outdone. Adam Miller looked good for
ber family, so she married the boy
herself. They are now spending
honeymoon on Adam's farm in
bluffs with an occasional trip t >
woman's farm north of 'Balgonie.
are apparently quite happy. Adam
Miller is twenty-seven years of ag?
and Mrs. Miller has passed two score
years. The woman is already mother
to four boys and four gi ls and the
grandmother of one child. Her husband has been dead but a short time.
The members of the Saeur family
are sorely put out by the marriaue of
their mother to Miller, and yesterday
they visited the city hall t:> tell their
tale to Bud. Prctk'h. There is no recourse for them, however.
the
the
the
and
THE   PLUMBER.
i After    Longfellow, l
Beside the leaking bathtub tap
The local plumber stands;
The plumber, lazy man is he.
With larce and grimy hands;
And the puzzle is, the less he does
The moie his bill expands.
Week ln, week out, all day to eve,
I can hear each hammer blow,
I can hear him fling his tools about
Frcm my sitting room below;
And he keeps on ringing the bedroom
bells.
So the floor is up, I know.
He comes each morning to the house
With one���or two���small boys;
And when his tools are out of reach
One hears his raucous vole
Shouting for what he may require.
And it makes one's heart rejoice.
Spoiling,  rejoicing,  soldering���
Not where the leakage shows;
Kach morning sees the Job begun,
Kach evening, goodness knows,
Something's.     attempted,       nothing's
done!
At six o'clock he goes.
Thanks to thee, unworthy friend.
And   the    mess    that    thou    hast
wrought,
They're ruined, our hot water pipes.
And new ones must be bought.
Bother! Confound! I cannot shane
Each burning word and thought
STARVING OXEN CAUSE
DELAYS TO TRAINS
Lockwood, Sask., Jan. 31.���A freight
train was wrecked near N'okomls i
week ago, as a result i f which the
west bound passenger was delayed
four hours,
About noon on the same day the
Strassburg and Saskatoon local encountered live oxen two miles south of
here. The animals ran ahead for a
mile. Two of them were so badly hurt
they had to be killed. The animals
stick to ihe track because the snow Is
about three feet on the level and tha
train make a smooth ditchllke road.
Another bunch of six oxen were
found starving to death on tbe prairie,
and are now being cared for at the
<M ense of the owner In a Nokomis
11 very. There Is much disgust expressed with the men who are turning out
their beasts of burden In this weather
to foiage for themselves.
CASH OR CREDIT
Get acquainted with our prices
Sideboard with good deep
drawer and cupboard,     tlfiflft
and large mirror y ��� "��� ���*"
Extension Table, the
best make, extends to
6 or 8 feet
$8.75
Dining Room Chairs, 85c.
Wer, $2.75
MORRIS
CHAIR
$7.50
Bed, Spring and Mattress
Complete      -      -       -   $8.90
Bedroom Dresser and Stand,
in hardwood      -      ���    $12.90
Bedroom Chairs, 55c.
Five-Piece Parlor Suite,   $25.00
Big selection always on hand.
Window Shades
Complete, 35c.
i:M;fc��a.I��frS)K
TETF
^Z^^T4*J^W''
Window Shades
Complete, 35c.
Cream or green window shades, mounted on best
Hartshorn roller, complete with tassel and
bracket       OOC.
Let us estimate   on your   Window
Shades.    Any size kept
in stock.
^ A nnCTC Our stock of Rugs and Carpet Squares
1 AKi I, 1 O surPrise everyone who come to purchase
 :     here.   The prices are the lowest possible.
Wool Squares,    Tapestry Squares,    Brussels Squares,    Velvet Squares
$5.50 $7.55 $17.50 $21.00
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job    Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COA
RING UP 56
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
i Office, Corner Columbia and
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and   Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
Mme. GAULTIER
��� PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dress   Suits,  Blouses, etc,
all   new fashions from   Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Unto Hospital
223 Townsend r't. Matemlt]
and non-contagious nn I
cases accepted. Terms from
$if> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tetfr
phone 755.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
W.lKtl      Ul'        llt.MJt-.M'.lV     ......
minster Board ol Trade meets in me
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tho intra
Thursday of February, May, An. ust
and November, at B p.m. Annual
meeilngH on the third Thursday ot
February. N'ew members may be
proposed and elected at any wntn-
ly or qunrterly meeting. C tt.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO 27-
Tlie regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Klghlli streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. Qeorge Adams, N.G **���'���
V. Coatham, P.O., recording ��� :
tary;    J,   W.   MacDonald,    financial
secretary,
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   .t   JOHN'
aton,     barristers     and     solli tors,
Westminster Trust  Hlock, Coll
stieet,   New   Westminster       W
Whiteside, 11. L, Kdmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &���
MARTIN���Harrlsters and Solicitors,
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 snd 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver Offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. 0. Wade, K C.I
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Hoom,
Trapp block.
ROOSEVELT   NO   LONGER   POWER
Elimination of Former President of
New  York   State   Is  Assured.
New York, Jan. 111.���The elimination of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt ls
an appreciable factor in the politics of
liis native state.
This wns the construction placed upon the action of the Republican state
committee ln selecting William Hanic,
Jr. the Albany hoss to be chairman.
The committee which was reorganized
on Saturday afternoon, after accepting
the resignation   of   Ezra   P. Prentice
| who wus made chairman by Roosevelt,
after he had defeated the "old guard''
j In  Saratoga last.  September,  will  absolutely control  the spring slate convention In 1012, which will elect   the
delegates from New York state to the
Republican national convention.
I     The   vole  taken   showed    that   the
Roosevelt strength   in   the committee
amounts to Just,   live   of   the   thirty-
eight members,
I In accepting the chairmanship
Harnes bitterly assailed Roosevelt bv
Intel ence. He pleaded for recognition
of  the  fact that   the  "extent   Of  Ihe
Frilled States Is sufficient for Its people," and declared that "unrest cannot he mistaken for progress "
Members of Hie "old guard" while
declining to le quoted, hinted they
considered that President Taft, would
ha\e lo light for reiiomination next
year against Robert M. l.a Follette, nf
Wisconsin. The latter, It Is predicted,
will be the candidate of the radicals,
while Taft will have Ihe support of the
east and south. With Now York assuredly behind him, It was suggested
by tho Harnes men that President
Tall may now proceed with the conciliation of Senator Cummins, of Iowa.
Taft, they say, would like to have the
Iowu "progressive" as his running
mate on the next national ticket.
The Roosevelt supporters at Saturday's meeting voted for State Senator
Seth Heacock, of Herkimer county, for
chairman. Heacock got live votes. Mo-
tore the vole was taken, there were
a number of bitter speeches made.
Personalities were freely Indulged In,
but before the doors were opened It
was agreed that there was to be "no
airing of dirty linen in public," and
none of the members would discuss
for publication  what happened.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPFWRITING
;MISS m. BROTEN,  public  stenogra-
I    pher;   specifications,   business   letters,   etc.;    circular   work   taken.
Phone   -lir,.     Rear   of   Major   and
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.      	
KOOM    i*
FRREMAN     HUNTING.
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. Hox 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. PRUl'l'-
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean BloOB.
next to Bank of MontreaL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY  1. 191T.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
land ACT notice. commenced an action In the Supremi
- 'Conn oi   British    Columbia    mams:
Nev,   Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-   William   Cullen   nm    .   il i    McDonald
trist of New Westminster. lor paymenl   ot  momes due  under    ���
-;ii,,   notice thai  Edward Hawkins   contracl   dated   Lhe   tilth   May,  1810,
mcouver, occupation bookkeepei    wherebj   the  plain Iff  agreed   to   sei
jntendi   to  apply   for   permission and   the   defendanti   agreed   to    pur
pose    the    followiiii     describe!   chase part, on(    I) acre oi a poi loi
j. licii :i     hi   bou iv-      quarter  ol  Bectlon
Commercing ui   u posi   planted  on  twenty-two      ::; wnshlp    sixteen
l���   heach   on   the emu   side   ol     hi       I      townsite ol   AbbotBford, dis!  Ic
amemnon ohanndl and loining T. L   ol   \<v.   Westmins ai      beini    re-sub
.���;,. ni  thi  north sidt and mark   division  of  i ,   townBiti    and
:dward   Hawtein eor n   spooifli   performance oi  bi ���
,   '.   no chains  to  line  oi   Umii   tract, or In thi   ultevni     i   Eoi   detet
benoi        III) uhuins alon;   n  qi   lot    i   Bail   ci i    act i nd fer pos
l��� ach   ' henci      iu I   t ud v bb!   i ei   lot   oi si li   I
; lac commence       i ni   fur    n    i I ii   nn lei   thai  bs  an
intalning 80 acrei  mon   d    ordei   madi   h   Baid i ttioi    In   '  i   a
���lanui ry, 1!       b;    hi       in in ble    Mr,
EDWARD HAWKIKS.      Ju   let   Martin     ��� hi   v.-ri:  oi
JAMES A LEWI.      '."'i'     summons  on   yoi   wai   ordered  to  he
���
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BLACK, MIXED AND
UWCOLORED GREEN
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1
LONDON CLUBS WHERE
MURDERS ARE PLANNED^ &
Haunts of the Anarchists in
cribed by English Writer.
n   "ii'  i; sue in the Linn' a   11.
hi       ill   i .:
phic account of some of the haunts ol
, mbei   118,  1910,
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ill
niuil!   i ���   ser ing  i.  copi   ol  said writ
ui Bummons i in  i  ��� ip:       said ordei
on the defendunt William Cullen, and
also  by   piiiili"!   Ion  i      Ih   n   la   ol
said writ oi Bummom  In a daily news
paper published and circulating In ths
districi   of   Ni'v       ���    minster    ior    u
 i'U.   ol    vi     :     v ""i.:    and   I hai
 ibi  mn   ui' eri i.,nr   in   deemed to
i.���   gooi   mn   sui iclen     ervlci    i
said writ ol Bummoiu upon you oi   hi
Bxpir.   lon o    v      :    v eeki   trom th(
iivs' irsuf   in Bali   ui
____________���______________________,,,, i 	
�����"     ���  "     '       '     :i"    '"'    : Ication o       i    ia.ii   i	
,wd ��C.  Killam's Northwest     n     m|      ,_        ;     i;, Jffl .
i hi   ii-     : ; ,.��� :.". nc<   bi  entei
ei!   iT   ��� in    withii      v ���    \ eel       I   ii.
said  lie"   ln"l:  i i    i:    '    :          iei
I ���
ii.in:; "���        :, |U      :.     : \ 11        bl
bi  ""   agi In
ITE    DE    ���     ��� IS   fi    ������   ���
1
H. Hill, for ilie work men
,./.   Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
tnr.t of New Westminster.
,   ,,,, ice   thai   ( ecil   I'.ilium,   ol
,,      :     '  .    :i   CUpOtiOl    bl
lutendi   Lo i pply  for pern I
pu i ha (   thi    tollov lni    de
i i   iniuii
mmeucing   a1   t   po i    pli n ei   oi
il   aboul   ! >.   miles uortheast
bain       honci    wi
in in   ii  !������; ������������   c      henci
alon(   i" '"I     '    ' ; ' '    '    ":'"'
. nl   and   contalntaj
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LAND   ACT   NOTICE.
Bolicll il e     i     "
Februor
turned.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tender)   will nol  bi  considered un
lesi   made upon, um:    ln    accordant
and om  of then   baunti   brandishing
en und clutchinj bombi
������ii !., mosl ol the onai
chisl memben now are working peaci
di ���   .    ar Isi ns, bouse pain;
mi ke        ;    ���      an
wane'.      i ir  theii     t    I    lai     ul ie
hey are eruditi      n tlie art i di   mys
:������"���     Dl    I ��� "lining    Ol    ai    Ul   Hn"  ���     "I
���  nen Bociet) thej are exalted. Bui
World'*   Mflrorifili^    lie***- loT tt* acl "; '"' ;    '
VVOnab   meLIopoils    Wi- ,    Bootland   rard  ,,..,    .    far-reachins
"ii    .'���     ti   watching    dI    anarch
,  and thei   doings.   Namei and di
tails  an         a   neoessitj. ami   r
��iiiild In  again i   public polic;       dis
hem      Then    are    men     at
:k    iTard    wh I rencl
mun,   Russian and   Italian���
  _the main  lum uu;;e: uiiareliistt
anarchists in Britain, from the pen oi' ���und who spend their lives ir tracini
Cjiarlei  "   I   i '"  mowamenti   i    hi   leadini   organ
11 ha. beet m;    pic uresaue lot   to ��� *erB 0l ����aBSiiiation    Tr, thes.   atei
the anarchist clubs ari  useful -ay garth-
mix with some (juite pleusam anarch   ,...,���,   ,���.,���,,,   ,,,,    ,, ...-,,,   r   wl)()m
ffl YORK TEllfflONEK
wm m expression
Desire   Short  Word    to    Convey   Information  That  Telephone   Message
Is  Meant.
MORMONS   ACTIVE.
Workers
is.s     Bul   the cultured, philosophical j they take it daily and niirli'"    Intel
with  conditions contained  in    taimi   anarchit    I    hi  teedini  ground of ihe est.
furnished b:   Departmenl bomb-thrower and the assassin. There ' 	
Plans and specifics loi b<  see: .  ,
on  application  to  Mr.   I    i.   Coasitt   Eon   ra especial significance attaches
lerl   ol   Works    Publii   ISiiililin. ,   ��� <������     '���      ���������'������   mumem  to Uie unuvciii!     ���
non,  B, ('.   Mr.  VVm ���:.   llu.l    o    London.    Tliei-a   liuvt   been  dwiiij-
",'1"  ���'��� '���  set, VIcto .  ana n    ,.���.   U: aumbei  during thi    pasl   ten
hi   Departmenl   o   Publii   u orks, Ot'
ti wa
l.n':i     "im"'   must   be ^
,-  ;.,   : ptei   chei  ,i  on ii charterad   (;illl<     'J'1"' truth  Is, thii   recenl   mit-
bartk,   piiyable   to   the   order   of   the   burs   Dl  anarchii   man! es atioi    i.   .
Publii   recrudesceni i
Thn   mi.i.e: .ii-   iiire  importun;.	
an
I years. This nial.es the sti rtling <   ei
; impanied   ''    '"   Pafll  i,,v   "ft  thi   mon   sigi
Honorabh      hi      . n i   ���������    o)
irk     'in tei       I     ; er eent. of
��� hi  : mounl oi   hi    ��� ndei
:     ordi
E3RS,
Seci "':-���"
iep r nuii' ol Publii v o I
'    : v :     .;;!���:: '"
Are     Making    a     House-tn-
House    Visitation.
Montreal, .lan   ::;���a Mormon pro
paganda nai- opened in Montreal
The emissariet  o   Joseph Smith loi
i   v ""i   pa "  hi ��� ���   ii""t   Bowini
literal un   t i    hicl   and v Idi   ai    p is
sihle  in   the north  end  of Mie   city.
Man;  houset h�� i rece   cn  aaBs from
���_____________________*_ the  di..":in">    i'   Mn-moiiism   wh
the more i  thmi  ti   bi  crushed with n ���
sti'on. liaiui. loi che anarchiBl clul
still exist; n. '. arlout pi rti i ��� ��� md n
and    there   are  still   a   consul"', bl
nun i il puli obsessed men whi   be
Hi   ���    ha     he wa;    d glor    li   .      hi
Westminster Land  District. Dis-
.   of  New Westminster.
,   no Ice thi       lint  1
an in ��� ei " up ' I ii
.  man, intend)   to ; p]
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
IN THE SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" i.i ���     n ' i ���       :,:       iii     appli      ��� '
bat    i   madi h ei  Emmi    .
ri '      |ii; .:    :
al     : i: ilmi    de
:      i.i. ���    ; di      .   en     Wllllan
aud  .lohn   Edward     I alilli e,    tu
ng at a i -      m'ov -i li  ������ ���     a pli   undei ,    ,
In Blllli                        ,:         deei        a ���
ning P. 1                    hi      ilacLa ren 'beat .n    di   ���    hi        dav oi
kermai           -              11, A. J      ii0'2        all an    Bini
benoi   . ml h tiO chafa       hi      ertain ]
���������   chain        ���                    nd premisi      Ituati       lni  am   bi
more  in   i each, ii     I  ��� v       e 'nuns ������
:. 11 n; L    bl acl l"."'      :i :' UOI ��� .   .    . . iinin...
nd can    uini  31 moi ���   par Icula       I m -. i   am   di u    b
[. or 1 ed bb Southwest quarter o   Be   ion i ..
..    T E. D    ICERS svnBhip 7
. eat       v. i"   an ���       Imii ugh o
UlUle Dl     , 1 ' Dl        ...IIUIUU
���   est   In  : he i aid  mm   ��� ���
..:      un e.isteri imenl
urn   i.i   i "��� son     ilain taf   oi     mti
i       ���     ; ���     ...in   i".    desci nt,   i
i  ��� ��� un li ���     '" pro
, ...        ... V   I
occupa ; in  are require ���      ���!"
the 'tux er   within   fnrty-ftve
��� le ������ ��� ei     W'iiliam
uu;   U.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
arold R.       ih i   Uoln e,  luu-  oi
,ehman     - Elmp
1 ���en'
Tal ���   ni'; *    that      iiliam    Mum ���
hai    commenced    an    ac loi     v.    thi
I i Lab   Colirn
again ove m mi       tarold
..  enholmi   to hi ��� i   ai   aci >un
��� i   ol  what  i.   dui   ti   hin    he said
pati  ��� ii'       ;  i ai ^^^^^^^^^^^
When ! wai goinj alonj    h     ha ���,
Bl v ������   6   ��� . Bl        ill Wl '       li        ! .:.
traversed :������   Kinj   ISdward onlj  somi
"i   ��� -:   . v hei   nn   in ���   maji
wai  m;...:ii;  i  ��� ii onation torn d!    im
o     thi      oreigi    countriei     tnCludins
ir;:"   and   i villi'" .  ]   found   I hai
quiel   Immaculately  dressed guardiant
from  Uu   specie   "politica   h ai cl
  loni    '     d   were   catch.;ng   Uoi;'.,t|mp
;i       ere, ol  men who had um
ei   pocketi   bul only ;
��� ���    evol "   .-in   ii  " heh mindt o beau
tlful  drean   ol   ar   ..nue.:,'   ani
im'   society���brought    i r    by   the
in     'removal    o     Bomi     monarcl
' i '  in-   B        : he royal lurni"
of uli nu  v. ii",,' -, hi mos "ti> th'
making s door4o-tlooi canvaBs in thut
;,; "    Of     1"    ���     '
Thei' are supposed to he two * irl
erf  engagei   n    dietribnting   Mormoi
. and eiui";:'-nrins _______________________
by  sm-   speed     i    Ingratiati    mem ! printed,    l Boston man suggested that
New Yuri.  Herald:     Judging from
the hundreds ol suggestiom    elved
��� I tu ��� -v. 5 ori 'J elephom company
i responsi i Kb requesl for u single
'. in ti . i ��� ie place a " elephone
messagi.' word wea i n: ii i. pas imi
Una a]ijieuls tn man.' persons S D u
printing tin announcement, ih< Herald bus received mam suggestions
trom all parts of the country. In the
effort to produce a satisfactory bud-
sti n't somi remarkabli combinations
have been evolved, the favorite one
be di "telecall" and "telcall." It is
altogether likely that one of
words v 11] in selected
T-elemess" ami "jilionemess"
amonj; the creations, WBlle "pTumo-
I ; ii. ' ' phonogram" and "toleyell"
hud sponsors Bome contributors gol
an idea thai the company wanted the
word lo expresi hi aelingf i.f the
mai. Who is Informed thai "liu i busy"
That's why manj of the answerB
would hs ' ti i" pa Bel m hj Five
Chiei   Croker  before  thej    could   be
these
\ ���
slvei  Into the confident!! Hontre
a, Imuseii ilderi
JOSE    SfNGS    OLD    SONGS.
"teiecommunicagram" would just
about in the situation, while Phils
delphia   refused  to  take  pun   in   the
 corniest. General opinion  in  fl
  er City wus that "telephom   me:
Favorites of Other Days Bring   Forth   was   too    abrupt,   and,   kf   ai     I ing,
Much    Applause. i li :        "ned.
r.i"luir'-  .i"-.    singini   thii   i I   e        "Thi   Bolecttoi   will   bi   li
Irani    ii ;   bouse, hai   woi   add    public,'   Baid  ai   ol tei b
led Bucces    wl I   ft]    rendltioi   a   Did   phom   compai erda;     "We lmve
ballads,     ;; ���     sals   ���      aboul   e   dozen   of the   best
mow    hi    .'m  '  "Bei Bolt,'    words   submitted,  sum   tbej   will    ap-
���    bidi       ��� i    He." "When To pei     n   I he next    Issue   ol tbe Tele
���.'""'     '.'ii-ii'.,.   Maggti '    and     i   iei      phon��   i:<" iev.   Which vin te out ilie
Ead    ���������'���niim   lu    bai    I i ���  t      n   laii   ������<��� next week.   Tbi   won    *
vi i   warm recaTTi     Hi hat t   voici  o    " -   greateel numbw tft par-
ran  sweetneBi - Ben " li  P. I. vil1  le put  m w��*f\
���    ���    .
.AND ACT  NOTICE.
Willian      ;.   ;������    "���   principa   and in-'
-     ��      '"   ;   ::i" '   '    ���     knffe, bomb or bullet of the anarchist
,     .   ..     hi     o i.   tumilj   o.   i.y.:
iniui'   hetweei am      i    aid   ��� H   1UU1.
!"n     '"'"���' '    '" ' '  :;: Anarchist    Rendezvous.
y  be  enforced  by    lore losnre    or-     F|),   ���1Irttiripfi   wlien ,  ���okp,,  ..  hea,
sale
it    ;    i .       :  ���    ::. Ll Bel     ' ���'      '
nrmen    oi ��������� ������<* o fl< red
;    be mi ��� '
^���ii   i   |   ..   Biimi "i"   i
-
i'ii> nf Ni ���       esfmfl    er am
���   :   . . -   ed n
-minster  Land   Distnrv  Dis
r    r*tPv.  WKStnunstc
Leslie  1.. Dlcker-
for;___! 	
purchasi   thi   follow n{  fl m tbe 'hue of the first publi-
:
;        pos   planted  m   default of a cavet
ii   v"      ;,h   d   Be "tie': In   pendent   bein;   HIM  wtthfn snch  per
���   d      ��� ���a**aa   at  ma. oi to defaull o   redeniptfcm befon     he-oil    ��f Vancouver and that Buch
;    matl n  ''������  l.  Bid ���           , :            e
. .        i   irni - '    thenci ���..                  .
tl en ���   ���               sins, rrom sei-               ���     . inim rn or in i-p-
i   Bl   chs as, thence eai smd  1  shail
n    ���   oi   le I  '    thi   beach, ri | h w    Emms                        Wflliam
ti and west along b< ,    ien               ���    tait   .i.Vin    __)
ei      i.: ��� u. . ���������.   !.*              a ereol  in tee
I  berel ��� hai  pubftcatlon
���     ���     .           i        Ui ol   thii  is hi.���(    ..���   tbirt:   fla; i    In   a
. LEWIS, Agent dailj   newspai er   pubBfched   in   New|as aforesaid te eanse an ��ppearaac��
Po    Insti nci    v ben 1 poked
__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.     inn ;be   in-   I
' '   '      ' ' mingan.   chfel down In So e      '
"        '     ; '  ' as  a 'ten
gerous.   anarr-Vpt.  said   to    me.   with
' int;  eyes   ... -.   ��    ��� "
Fren<-b, i hr.i he w��r so gltn   to-bi
ro  .'ome  an-i   r<��:'>   in   "thi
*r>il r*i free  KmJ.and     x> ���    ire I
le       ihe anai'"; leta ��� :  thi  ������""
��� ���    ���''  ihat   ihey   aro  willins���as  lon^
    ��� - , ... . as it enfls iH .-������'   '������   ��� r*���\  m  ci  tain
Vl     -ttMemcm be 1^^_�����*^t ^ |imnMBh1es.     Put the events ot ih��
and   debarred i
said writ oreimrmon* hewit Mb-j    Qn this Bnhm% ct anRrohi.t *,_��.
e .I;   davs after the last  publication.}lhfa So! . ,.. niiexvo���s has ,,,. .....
insurance
W'E   REPRESENT  THE   BEST    CANADIAN    INSURANCE COMPANIES  IN  THE  FOLLOWING:
FIRE.   ACCIDENT.   SICKNESS.  EMPLOYERS   LIABILITY.  PLATE
GLASS. BURGLARY, GUARANTEE  BONDS���See Us far Rates.
...   fP_   WeeK,  h**., given  ahotoei
yo��� and that the trme for appearance-)^. ��� <o ,   ,       . ^^
i   mil nc;
telre rot ice    tba3
are  required   wiiV.in  ei  ht   days   .'f e
ihe );,*.   :   '.. IcatiOB of lhe said  n
.. .,,..  2B   1910
Westminster,  wll
-i   :J\tDIAN   NORTHERN  PACl
FIC   RAILWAY.
��� | tc seel ion
,,! lhe run Lgt
Tan.,
ble waters protection act  iR. S
;     DoUoe tr herebj  given ���    ���
.   ���  ..  been deposited in the offi^
,.lMe- of public works at OM
cient   ser\ Ice t hereof.
Dated at tbe Land RedfrtTv- Offce,
\,n Westminster, Province of B Ms.
Columbian  this   Wh   da^    ot   ,'annan
v n mi.
C   S   KKTT71.
liistriei Registrar
To   Albert   tt   WatwOtH
be  good aird  sufTi-   f0 he Altered for you in the said ai.
tion : e i 'flee vf the Disrtriot Reei=>-
:;;������; ;;,:.,;,1P rn the o^oi
the registrar of deeds at  New Wester, Bri
descripUons
registrar
nnust��_T^^^
. British Columbia, plans and
:ions of tbe sue and side ele
wharf to
vatloa of a proposed railway
be   onstrm-teil af Port  >'*���' ',r     ;.
and that  one month anei
ti-ar ol r'uv OOOH at the Touri Houst*.
Vancouver, tt ��'.. and that In de<auS
<if yoiir so doin-^ die plaintiff may pri-
cee.l il'fi'ei'n and i'ldsmeTii may ty.
tiven ib your ahf^-nce.
ttaterf the 27tR day of January, A.P.
1"11
WAIVR, Wl   .CAl.I.K'), MeQrARttlW �����
MWRTIX.
Pol'u'iiors for the ttl'ainilff.
Room 20 Willia-ms ttiiildirur, 418 GWltt-
< i"lr Street-, Vaneonver, tt. C
ddreMftd   to   the
endorsed  Tender
""'���  ^SiZ of thUnoU^.  .he.undersi.ned.    ami    endorsed   "Wtdt
'   :rS'  ,DSn    1   i,     hei^neinor   for  Steel   Tug  for  Vanoomer. tt   I
ampin, will appU  to���� ,-r,-ei\ed until 4:00 p m. ���
:':nf.rT^o   \n   ri"    this   Mondi,   VVhnmty   iK  MU ����� ��
:'aled,  a*.\*.lT Uit-ll'iT.  1910    coMtrUCUor,  ol  ��   Steel   Tug Beat   f
f;hth dav of December, iv
it. 11. M. TKMPL1B,
O'l
the
Oi
Assistant Bollcttor
LAND ACT.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Ther* 1 mei ths man who worked with
ihe famous Malatesta, and tbere, I
wi ������ tl -- ��� n.'i's et rhe anarchist torces |
in Kngland.
The plana in Sob* was a sort of entrepot for anarchists. This was tne
place to wbicb they came on their ex-
pulFhin from their ovn countries, and |
hora they weit�� pras'tted witb t'nwd an.i
money.
t'iahhaiinii who had heen a lurid i
fi. nro in rhe Marseilles riots, trnld me j
he w;i<; soinu ro pe. work in London a- ,
a house painter The last time 1 saw I
him he wn* in front ot ttticl.ingham j
palice. 1 vvatclieri him until he walked; away.
The London Anarrhist elub is largely a rhiee of iihllosophy. of vague po-
I'tiral   "twchlng,"   of   much   sl >atin.
Piver the wriiinps of the philosophers.
Almost   nil  the -denizens   of   these
London  anarchist   clubs   are   aliens
West End
SnbdlMWon Lot9 ifnll stfei) Some ob  ri-p new  R. (\. E. R. crtt.t-o.f tD
Vancouver.    f500  up.  Easy  Terms..
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
RE At   ESTATE.   ETC.
Phone S32. 846 Columbi* st
u�� hTock v  subdivision   of   northwest ; There  are   large. Socialistic  club* in
Re lot 486, group L, In th(
���,.'w Westminster
Whereas proof of the loss of ce
,-,. title  No   6870K,   ssued    ll>    nu
_eUSe SJ soon, Le. vi.-k Quon,
h�� been fll6d !&?M?t'hat I nm,
t 0ne month from
Vancouver, iv r.
nuns. speolftcatibQ and frttm of contracl ceil be seen and tortus ot teitv
der obtained at the ofllcaa ot H. a.
illavllehl, Esq., Snpt    of  lh��.i|gea. New
i W'e. tniin. lei.   It    C .   Wm    llemlei son.
District | Ksi| ,   llesldeni   Architect,  VlitiHla    It
Ci  and   on   application   tn  lhe    Pus*-
master sl Vaatouv^r, B  0.
Persons tendering am botl&ed Hinl
tenders will nol be considered unless
���untie  OH   lhe  piloted   tonus  supplied.
irtlfl
S'otlce is her
���  the expiration 	
���  date of the flrsl publltjaton here
J  ;,  dftll,  newspai er puMMWdl"
the City Ot New Westminster. Ism.
lupllcate Df the said cettlflcate, unless
,:   the meanUme valid objecUgn b
le to me in writing ,.,.,.,.,,
C, S. KB11 li
I)Utl.|"t Registrar ol Titles
Land Registry Ofllce, New Westmln
ter, B. ('.. January 1 ������ i'lll
ttnd  ,i,���,d  with  theli   W��li��lgha-
.tfttln."   their   occUpatlMIS   an'
In   the   (IU   Dl
tin
nd   i I ue  nf
lures   ^	
pini e i of resldeni e,
111 in I,   lhe   aOl Hal    Sl| nat'iie,   |he
I'lli' ol the oceii| ��iIon (
residence ot em-h membw ol Uie flrm
mini   be   given.
Kach tender must  i>p   .ooothp&hletf
e on n. chin tei ed
the in der nf the I lim
quarter of Becttbibi'6, Townsftip \2,
Map 898, in    the   Tiistrirt   of Nov
WesimmsiVr
Whei ens proof of the    loss    of cer
il .cate of title number I'SSff, issued!
In the name of Hector Fergn-son. has
neen flled in this o1TI"e
Notl're ii�� herein given thai 1 shall!,
at the etvilmiloit ef one' invintli frdW
lhe date nf the (list publication hereof,
tn u i.lnU'y heWsp'aper published In *e
City of New W'estminsivr, lssm�� a
duplicate of the>saW c^rttWeate, untess
In   lb��  menntllne   islld   nblectloll     he
made tn me In Wtitltlg
DlBtUft lleuUlmr Ot +IM��9
i  .t"i  Re| l��tri   nifb'c.
���->tv WeetttlliiBtet, b   c., isbuat-j
���R, 1911
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
MEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
various,   parts   of   London���Lambeth.
Woolwich, and other districts���but, thc
out and nut   anarchist   club  is not; __________________________
humbrtos.   It Is now almost   entlrelv ' *��-wins 1**.��� New Westminster ror Vancouver:
^ -     ���    ���' '������<** land evei-��. half honn- thereafter until it p. u*.
^���Linda.y   SERV1L��________^^^^^^^^^^
S and  every   half
FREIG3HT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
estminster f��r Vnncouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
. on dred tp tne Kast end.
Music   artd   Dwcing.
Pomn of the anarchist clubs aim ecu
i,,,s of social life where leading ami | "0UI
^^^^^^^^^^^^    3UNDA.V   SERVICE:
fralns Hafeve Now Westminster for Vaneoaver  at  fi,
iitta 11 p. na
nusir nnd dinclne. take turn ��4th the !��� n     lonTO New  W-
nontlng of ieath,   nut the reading h <f ����*�� ,|s���n     m_
mrgels of th* ipeechii* and wnmngs o   �������� *".���* cny At
I
I	
. reudnbm,, Bakotinim, Lassnlle, Emmi
Qnldman, Host, ami others who feed
the hale afld (lie Hue brnlns of the :'.*
sassihs,
Tho tlcirrcst metnbeis ot l.omlon in:
ll'chl.l. i.-l'ihs toda.y ate tlie l.t'lnuili-
Idhs I bbSl tmlaij that a. secret trade
In Mm tarrying if titles das been qo-
Iur on lately, nn?l thai Ihife arm-, ship
iMtdfi   cm or   as   Ititocent
pen
AND SAPPERTON LINES:
^^^^^^___________\
2n-tufr.'rto servlite from 5:10 a. ai. until   11:20   p.   m.
sertitre ftom  % a.  m   until   11:20 p.m.
Sappwton:
?(Vw_ai:te sqrrlce Iron (5:10 a. m. until 11: **' p. m
p trv tee f'om ":1(i a. tn.  unlH   I1:?.np. m. ^H
JULiJ   ISLA.MD.   ER'JRNE WCSTWlNSIEtt   ERII1C  '..
Traltis \c-.wa New  'iVestml��ster for Vancouver at *K and ever
jfter up to tt p  n\.. connecting us Eburne Junction foi- Steves
Sunday���20-minutes
= in.lsj-21 mlD-jles
REMOVAL, NOTICE.
biiiui, payable to
AUCTION SALE OF TIMRFfT RFnTM'
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS
The    tlcht    in   cut    Unifier    inster
"ense> on   llertft  No. RSI. cOUrprlsteg
^^^^^^^^^^ SUNDAY    SERVICE: ^^^
rrnlns loava New.- ^estasitestee i��r Vancouver at 8 a.
We are moving from    our   Pf������nJ
.��� on Columbia street to 8Z7  < ��J'
r irvon street, where we will Stil   COiv
tlnue ln the same business of team-
'Iravins;, wood and coal.
We deslro to thank our friends for
the  liberal  patronage  accorded   us  In
oar old stand, and trust we will stu
meet rhem and a lot of new ones St|
.:��� new place. ,.���
RF.KYI'.A   *  CO.
Office phones, IM and W-
Coal office phone ^
^^^^^^^^^^ cargn,
ar* Nken up the Baltic Into the home
|.���M|..r.  of M'lY-e tiiu.e tili'et'.'.ymon
Tl,.    probfthlHtv   Is   tt)��l  some   Of   tlia hour  Miet-vMlfter   up  to   U  ,-.   ... �������,,. u.
;rf.hl't   clubs  1-cie   .���   I. union   ar, I NEfo      WE8TbMNSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH
Kli* depots trtm whlck the LttftuaflifM   To Ai,b^.fo,d enly-Unve New Westminster I:  la p_
ttaarchlsts. tm this   tnontry   KganJtea Tn Chlilwdck���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. ana 6 p
in.   of thrlr blends In Russia '      "      ���'        -���^^"
y hour there-
eston.
nml   every   half
m
in.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
will  he returned.
Department   does  net   1 I  fl_ It
The
elf to accept the lowest or
any ten
Timher   nnn.   ..... ���_.,
tf.A Province of Rrlffsii OolumMiv "���  0mle ettih was too dang��roua an orpan
Township ",, Rnn.e 27, west   of   the|fzation tn let alone, and Mr. WI Ham 1
Meridian,  and  comprising that;i Melvltle, John Waish. and the other1'
fheast  oner fer    of, fearj^f,,, Scotland Yard tlnsulsts   who
.  ii'"    ^-i..,,.   vtArl'l-in    arm   cumv********.   *****������   _iei>iu^,  o***,*.   ***--���.     .       ..        i.
or ion^       e  norfheast  f�����rter    ot. fea.,��.s Scotland Yard tinSu 1sts   who
Hy f>-'lf>r'      mmnhi.       tSSSt        not covered by Berths 42V took   their   lives in   the   hands   and
  i out authority from
IN
THE     SUPRBME     COURT     OF
BRITISH COLUMB'A.
^^^^^^       , searched its members and .^^^^
A iicense wilt not be Issued  until j ,���,. Itutlon did a great thing for   hu-
[ of the purchase price, | manity.
��S^TM-j*g^^ ^   fir8t!    Now Patr'Xl^other Irish-
Tl^ii*, from the Depaftment.       >-e^ehac^d^0,;sP of payment, rate of | man let it be note 1-ls In charge  o
. r., t>,,hiic Works   Ottawa,; acres, more or less.
Departmenl of Pnbllfl wotb , n.ense wltt no._^^^^_^^
W��?L }h iS|*i * y e pa. 1 ffl* Wl  the full amount of the purchase price, j manity.
si veen t.  a. sw ft. BTaJMTff, swd
William   Cullen  and  JoftS   Mc.Don-
lld   'I'.'endants
To Tohn  McDonald,    lute of
Talte  not In*  t
Sealed    tenders    *����������* ��   g��
,,n,lersl.ne,|  and    endorsed      Tendei
rental,  etc..  are    contained    In    the j the 8rociai antl-anarchlst   branch   of!
lations, a copy of which, Spotiand Yard, and knows all the lead-
may be secured on application to the | mp anarchists by sight. ' '
***. ft. rt_ rrown Timber i    QM eomes Rrr0PS cul
ists, just as one meets pollshe
Abbots-! for
hut.  T.  A.  Swift  has  he received until 4 p
rov   Post   Office.  Customs  andi   Inland
Timber Regulations,
may be secured on ?*,.,.,,,.....��� _ _. 	
undersigned, or tfl tho Crown Timber;    0n{, c'omes'across'cultured   anarch-
Agent at New Westminster ; l9t8( jll8t ns ono meets ,wiished hur-
P. 0. KKVES,.       | Kiar8    jygt ag t.|le bur. lar of today no |
Secretary.  ionKer Walks about with a blue chin '
Department of the Interior. ; and n ,.^^^,,(1 enn and t,i���(lKeon, so the I
Ottawa, December 2?.rd. 1010.       ' memhers of the anarchls's clubs   of
1011 London do not go shrieking   In
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and [order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
7 PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAR
Y 1,
1911.
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TO THE MAN
Who Figures Closely
and MAKES HIS
DOLLARS COUNT
W'llKX  Hi: BUYS
Builders' Hardware
W'e offer    him  a  suggestion
that it would pay him to visit
our hardware sloie first,    li  i;
no trouble to show our goods.
City News
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Premier   McBride   left for Victoria
yesterday after a short visit here.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
pet bouquets, floral -design*, and all
kinds of ent flowers.    Phone K 208 **
Mrs. C. 1!
not  receive
McAllister, Kdmonds. wiil
until  I'm ther notice.
Three and one-half acres in South
Westminster, close to U,.e .hiiiji^. Cal;
in and get special  price and
White, Shiles & Co.
terms
���n
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
**M
to
and
15 H. P.
4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
t
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
NOW IS IHE III
For Hot Water
Bottles
hermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
P, Cotton, of the Bdlik of Montreal
staff, has gone to Chilliwack relieving,
several members of the Chilliwack
staff being ill.
Lauder recitals today, in St. Pal-
rick's hull. '.i:'Mi and 8:30 p.m. Admission 50c. Course tickets $l.ru for four,
on sale at door. ��� **
W. Watigli Lauder, accompanied Ik
.Miss Lauder, an ived from Chicago
yesterday evening, and are at present
the guests of Mrs. T. R, Pearson,
Royal avenue.
Twenty-flve acres on the McLellan
road near Colebrook, $150 per acre;
terms to be arrange!. Se-* White,
Shiles & Co. **
Great excitement was caused anion.;
the Hindu population yesterday by
the arrest of one of their number for
theft, ile came up for trial yesterday, but was remanded until today.
The amount he is supposed to have
taken is about $t',0.
Property owners ! We have buyers
for a great deal of vacant property in
the central and westerly part of the
city at fair prices. Ked, Curtis &.
Dorgan, TOO Columbia street. **
R. K. Lindsay, of Vancouver, is applying for a water record of one cubic
foot to tie taken from an unnamed
stream which flows into Thornhoroug.i
channel, near the corner of D. L. 1366.
Tlie water will be used for washiiu.
gravel.
Ten acres of good land one and one-
quarter miles from Cloverdale, half
mile from school and church. Three
acres under cultivation, liJO fruit trees,
modern seven roomed house, wired for
electric light, telephone in the house.
The price is .4500, with cash payment
of $1500, and the balance can run over
a period of six >ears. See White,
Shiles H Co. **
There is still no change reported in
th.e condition of the river above Port
Hammond and river traffic is con
slderably ham] ered. Were it not for
the B. C. E. it. line the river points
would be almost entirely cut o'f from
communication with  Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brescia, o!
South Vancouver, have been brought
to the city jail to await trial on a
charge of procuring a girl under thy
age of eighteen years for immoral
pur] oses.
Arrangements have ^oen made for
the placing of telephones in all th i
public schools of the city.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310.
According to members of the com-
mittee today there were more out-of-
town guests at the Native Sous ha!!
than there has been :;t. any previous
mi>. i:il event in Xew Westminster.
There is money in these at present
prices. Eighty acres of good land in
section 7, townsliip 2. on tlie Williams
road, for $10(1 per aero, one-third cash
and the balance over two years; also
ten acres in Kast Delta, facing on the
Scott road, $.00 per acre, one-third
cash, balance 0, IL', IS andi.2-1 months.
See White, Shiles & Co. **
The regular meeting of the council
will he held at eight o'clock this evening. Among the important matters to
be brought up are the pool room regulation by-law and an amendment to
the electric lighting regulation by-law.
Judge Howay yesterday han:led
down a judgment in the case of Wilson
& Son. of Coquitlam, vs. tlie Minne-
kahda Dairy company. Tlle amount
involved in the suit, was $470.. :i and
judgment was given for'the plaintiff^
for the full amount of the claim.
OUR BIG ALTERATION SA
To Be Continued
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;   L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess St
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
IRELAND'S   PROBLEM.
Emerald     Isle    Being    Depopulated���
Trying to Stem  Emigration Tide.
How  to  stem   the  t'de  of   emigration wbicli has been robbing the country of "its bone and sinew." since tne
dreadful famine of 1847, is one of ths
most serious problems of the presenr
clay iu Ireland. For several years priori
to  the  establishment   of   tlie   Gaelic
League, which has proved to be one o:'
the most potent forces in tlie crusade
to .keep the peoule at home, this exodus averaged about 40,000 per annum.
During the  last  decade the   number
showe:l a steady decrease each year
and all through  Irishmen  hoped   the
sreetre of the emigrant ship  need  no
longer haunt  those  who   visied   fo.-
Irish prospei ity.
Crowds Left Last Year.
But last year more young men and
women left Ireland than in anv one
year since 1900. Moie than Ilo.OOO Irish
emigrants left for fore'gn lands between January 1 and December 1 ol
the past year���a startling number
frcm a country the population of
wliich ls but slightly moie than 4.
000.000.
Evidently if there is to he an ���'Irishman left in Ireland" Fometh.ng will
have to be done very soon to lessen
this deplorable exodus. Hut tie distressing thing about it is that with the
exception of the Gaelic League and the
Sinn Fein party, no one seems to be
doing anything to lessen the burden
of the emigrant ship.
Ulster, the northern province of Ire
land, is regarde.l as the stronghold o,
Hritish ascendancy ft) the Kmera! 1
Isle. Its loyalty to Kngland Is generally attributed to its prosperity. In
tbe linen industry, transferred to it
from the south, the great ship buildin,'
trade, and the system of tenant-rights;
which the other provinces did not regain until thirty years ago, it possess
ed three powerful aids to win wealth |
denied to the rest of the country.
Yet despite these advantages, the
population of Ulster has ��� dec eu-ed
R04.000 In sixty years, whi e n th-
J same period Lelnster, looked upon as
! one of the poor parts of the count'v.
has lost less than 700,000 of lt3 Inhab
Hants.
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCED TO
$1.75
PER SACK    !
Today's advertisement will
spread the news of the continuance
of our big alteration sale. Alterations to our store, according to
present indications, will not be
completed inside of three weeks.
Thousands of dollars' worth of
winter goods remain on our shelves,
odd lines and left-overs; they must
be cleared out. Price TICKETS
throughout the store tell the story
of low priced offerings. Watch
our advertisements in the daily
papers. Visit the store as thousands have done during the past
few weeks, and you will find that
our inside displays are interesting,
and provide many money-saving
opportunities.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store ifor Women's |<Wear
Geo.
Adams
|Phone|92
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Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  f6,200yM0
Heserve        6,900,490
The Bank has 1,7.6 brancl>e.s,
extending in Canada from tlie
Atlantic to tlie Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also lu
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
| NEW YORK and LONDON,
1 ENGLAND.
' Drafts   issued   without   delap
on all the principal Towns and
. Cities in the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster Branch,
fl-AWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
sas��
The House of Quality and Low P
rices
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Missing After Snowslide
Salt    Lake    City,    rt. h, Jan. 31.- ���
Three men are reported to have been
I killed and ten others are mi-Jiirig  . i
j the result of a snowslide at the Utah
i Coalition   mine     in   Big    CqrUonwood
| canyon    near    Alta.    RescisaVparties
' have gone out from tlrs city and Park
! City.    A  heavy  rainstorm is prevailing In the canyon and the toads ar;
I almost  Impassable.    The m<m  known
| lo have been killed were���in Uieufii'ic
Iof the mine, a flimsy structure.    Thi
missing  men   were  in   the  bunkhouse
I which was overwhelmed by the slide.
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FRUIT AND POULTRY RANCHES!
CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
Dnusual circumstances enable us to offer five five acre Hoiks at a
price below the market value. These blocks aie located in th.e most
fertile belt of behch latjd In Surrey, They are close to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make first-class fruit and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil ilch and de'p. **
Price, $125.00 per acre
Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms,  one-quarter  cash;   balance   in
three payments.
mg Room
Furniture
Extension Table, 42 inch top,
extends to 6 feet; Early English finish $7.90
Dining Chairs; set of one armchair  and  five side chairs,
$10.90
Vancouver
F.J.HarUCo,Ltd.
Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove t
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LFAST MONEY
 Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
^Kt--__fl___^_,���_Ss-. s-     Phone 829.       ^ .

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