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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
V   '    :--	
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  >5   Per   Mo   *t\.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,\iU'ME 5
NEW WESTMINSTER, BC. THURSDAY  MORNING, JANUARY 19, Mil.
TRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
TR4DULERS MD     !
10 DEFINE CHARGES
jjayor Lee and J. D. Taylor
Requested to State Complaints Against Hospital.
���������������������������������������������������
4              Plague   in   Manchuria. 4
��� Harbin,   Manchuria.  Jan.   is ���
��� ���An      epidemic    of    bubonic ���
��� plague which threatens to be- ���
��� come an Internationa]    danger ���
��� unless foreign control la Intro- ���
��� duced, has    broken    out    here ���
��� The    Chinese    authorities    are ���
��� Ignorant as to the handling of ���
��� the outbreak and arc'Tnlpless. ���
:|LAB0R OFFICERS
INSTALLED YESTERDAY
board of managers of the
I m [an    hospital    should
Lee  and  J,  D   Taylor
to place in definite form
I ,ej  made during and im-
ifter    the    elections    by
In  the  opera house, and
���r m (he columns of the
.    ,.,.  the decision come   to
.     the     regular    monthly
ol the board
CHURCHES  ARE   CONDEMNED.
Connecticut   Pastor   Leaves   the
Pul
Aldermen Dodd Now President of T. and L. Council
-Bouquets Exchanged.
pit   of   Ccngregation.il    Church.
Meriden,  Conn., .lan. 18.���Rev,   Dr.
Dubois H   lxmx, pastor oi Centre Con-
gregational church, who has embraced
Socialism,  and   has   written  a  novel
presenting his theories, read his resignation as pastor at the morning se.
vice on  Sunday,    In    this    letter    he
 ^^       said:
Th   secretary will write to the two      "1  hold it  without question that or-
.'   ..   mentioned  ani  il  specific  ganiied  Christianity  today   is   disao-
-������������'        . made they will    be   in- lute.   It Is playing fast and looae with
.OOD as possible. I the  principles  for  whic!,  Christ   died.
���*];���;'.      ,.,,���,, yesterday   a   com-  *��� dare nol be true    A church today
.'      was  received   from   Miss   Is a  social  body  with   religious   and
, 'lady   who  has  recently   moral tendencies.    Its doctrines must
'  ;   '"'     ent in   the  hospital.    She   be  congenial   and   iindisturhiiig.    Out
,1  the  hospital  staff  and   of its necessities it  feels tbat  il must
Aaii with the h"pe that the citizens|keep its ear to the ground to make
" ,.   r_ ,ke to the necessity of   sure that  the world of wealth is not
VV'.;     uding    She stated that Bhe offended in It.
i a nurse in one of the      "For ibis reason to he true to my
'.   ��� ,..,   york   hospitals   and   the   ministry,   1   must   stand   outside    the
, .  ���  lining  there  was no  bet-   pastorate  that   1   may   voice    my  pro-
.    than it was here. The hospital dlJ   test purely.
, need to look  far afield  for com       "1   have   counted   the    cost.      Tbe
: . .'.' to manage the hospital,  doors of churches will  he dosed to
ITL ladles In charge at  the  Koyal   me.    Our colleges could  not  afford to
,    .,..,   as efficient as could  welcome   me   Into   a   professorship.
",|")1;: Business doors are closed.    For two
ViettCT was also received from the  months, while occupying thi
*,   .   ...     expressing   their   appro-   1 have been testing the fact.
Bon and ' 'iuks to the board "f; "' 8m S,i" k,',,<klnK f<" T��� .��"r
Sen! for their generous contrtbu- to open, where I can support my fam-
Z at Christmas an.l the good words   lly doing honest work, while speaking
the message of an honest  minister. I!
"/J       ::���:    committee    reported   h   is necessary  I can dig."
. r .,,.. t ,,t made frequent visits to
and everything was   in
Mn    Pearce,  Alderman
m and  1-  A   l-��-'wls were    ap-
,     oi the committee I .r
��� . nexl month.
presenl  al the meeting were
Mderman Johnston, In the chair. Mrs
Mrs   Hill, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs.
es,   1.   A    Lewis.    P.
eg, ii   i   Kirk and W. H   Keary.
PI:. ing Is the monthly report
cf the lady sup.riiitenlenr.
Sum i vents iu the hospital 	
discharged, 102; died, i
^T^nmber^     According to a statemeni made ye
.      .1. .,1.  niimhei   o. ���.,,,.,
during    December, terday bj Aldernian D.��� h..i  th    ������*
.  tients   treated    In  .dtuatlon Is gradually  Improving and
.      . lta e. 25; number ot tnere is now no particular duger. J
received    fro...  great many leaks have been aiMovf-
H306;    number    of ed and patched up,    Du.ing   he p*t
.   hospital today, Janu- couple of days the   departmenl   haa
'shut off more than twenty connection..
COAL PRICES IN
VANCOUVER TOO HIGH
������������������������������������������������
Grievance Against Fuel Merchants Aired in Legislature
��� Indian Lands Needed.
WATER SITUATION
SHUWS IMPROVEMENT \
More   Liquid   in   the   Reservoirs,   But
Schools  Are  Still  Closed���Danger
from  Fire Almost  Past.
an 18, 6!
ST, ANDREWS FINANCES
REPORTED IN GOOD SHAPE
Annual Meeting Shows 1910 Was Ban
nt- Y_.r '-,- Societies���Organist
p��s gni After Long Service.
I
_-re. ational meetina
���    - mrch  was held f*9*
vv hen encouraging ream!   adopted   from
ted  societies.    Taking
whole, they  showed
ave been the test
:   tbe  parent  Presby
Oi    this    city.    The
n reportel having
I   iflO;     this   sum
��l ��� ��� tl  eloiri'h  requlre-
. ng to tbe   statement
Tr-as a-r   A    "ft.  Gray,
.. gain*   rt .���   ��� n IT '���   '������ '   -
I   r   the piesent  time
��� anee to the credit of the
tag to 1191 '���'���
��� i ei managers, eonelat-
ed     I I* ref.iry l.  A.
irer),    Isaac    Hudso.i
��� tea, was re-elected
Va.An. who baa presided  if tbe
. e  past    thirteen    years.
tier    resignation.    Arrant-
a   made  (or  the  appoint-
ii ceaaor.
��� irl tetan   voiced at    the
v ,..,  _  soaneetton with the
8    it. heing; the  general
"   thai   the  evening'    service
il   iM   oommence    earlier    than
'      I ;    .���  sn o'ciock.    It. is not. like-
n.    vi I  ba done in the mat-
1 i  'iianne from the present hour
'������      ini.l   ihe  spring-,   when   rhe
88   will   he   fixed   Hot   hah'   nn
11 "    liter     The hour will not. he ad-
'*��� '������ ��l  lexl  winter.
where there were broken  pipes and a
consequent waste of water.
The school     are   still   cloaed and
may   not   open   until     Monday       The
mills and other Industries which hive
in en suffering from a lack of water
are ad running full force   and   it isi
thought thai if the sel o lis oj ened un l i
water was wasted as ii was previous ;
ly the reservoirs mlghl n it (in up for
a long rime.
Given a few day. grace, It Is
thought that tbe reservoirs can Infilled   to  their  former  level  and  then
the schools will be opened,
IS The plumbers of tbe < ity are .till
reaping s harvest on account of the
great number of broken and frozen
pipes. The Daily News vvas one of
the sufferers this week. The pipes
froze an.l fhe man who examined
them left the tap ore:.. When tbe
thaw came "he water rarne also and
as the dralr. pipe was frozen, the edi
torial rooms >f the Dailj News were
���applied wttn s couple of inches of
water  all  over the  floor.
�� \
CARNEGIE    TURNS    DOWN
PUBLIC    LIBRARY     PLAN9
. .na. .lar,. 1* mas the build
lag  planned  would  onlj   coat  ti
the   directors   of   n s    Carnegie    Ll
fund bare sent hack the plans
forwarded   for  approval   by   the   local
librarj   board.    The directors of the
fund   stare  that,  ri.ev   vvill   not   tl ��� v
any   parr   of   tie   $66,006   to   le   used
for  the  grounds, etc, as  wa.   planned | -
hy  the  library  hoard.    The mairev ef]*'"***  Fon9
a Carnegie library for the. city i. thus
further  tola.] ed
A meeting of the library hoard will
be held on Thursday night of this
week, ar which rhe muter will he taken up and the iinestii.n of how ro
deal with ir as quickly sa pr.ss'hle
nuidered. The letter of the diree
���s of the fund has heen hero for
some time, hut action wis delayed iw
til Uie new library board waa appointed.
The plans for ihe building which received the approval Of the local library hoard were those prepared hy
Stores and Van fflfcmom. architect*,
for  a   building c.narlng  $40,000.       The
The most Important business al the
Trades and Labor council last night
was the Installation of the new officers who were elected lasl montli.
Alderman Dodd i- now presldenl of
the Trades and Laboi council and lasi
night he took his seat in the presi-
di m's chair foi  t1 e in.t time,
Kenne, Presldenl A. it. Chriatle, oa
retiring from the chair, slated that
he vvas as proud i f lis | o.-it ou as
president of the Trades and Labor
council as he WOUJd he weie he mtyOl
of the city, lie spoke a te.v con
gratulatory words on the result of the
recent elections and stated that he
hoped to see n.oic labor men in the
council nest year, lie thought that in
subsequent campaigns it would be
well to have a manager, as the need
of such an official had been proved al
the civic elections.
President DodJ pleaded a Blight illness as a reason for not makln. a
speech when be look the chair. However, be trusted that the present
year was one of which organised labor
' in tbe city would bave reason to be
p|llli proud.
1 1 be other new officers present,
Vice president .lackman, T.easurei
Richardson and Ser. cant  at  Amis .lov
were sworn in and Installed bv    Mi
Christie
Discuss  Eight  Hour  Bill.
The discussion of the elghl houi
bill, which has been repeatedlj amended in the House of Commons ul Ot ,
tawa.  resulted   In  an  endorsatl  ll  of  D
'resolution    pas: c I    le; cully       bv       llm
Ictoria Trades  and     Labor    cOUOol.
bat body condemns I    In   toto   I hs
el. lit hour bill aa it  now stands   ThO.
claimed   and 11 a men al tha meel In
last night agreed with tlieir   conclu
I iol.     thai   Hie   bill   was   of   pfgi li. u.l .
no use in iih present form
Stride May tnd.
I ii legatee    from    the    mai lilnlal s
union stated that th<  men were still
hut i hei e wei s h ipes ��� f
on a basis agi ei able I i
lu r'nii li .ue Isco some
had  ��� Igned   u|i  i ti    i ii
and lhe 11osj e< is were
io igbi for the same   "��� ��� uiience   In
Canada    The announcement wan   re
ceive i vvitb apidiiuae.
Delegate Joy, of the plumbers' union, spoke on lhe advisability of hav
lni;  a  plumbei   '  onliniini 8  passed     in
the citj whe e'��y all plumbing jobs
would ba up id n certain standard
Thla matter wa i referred to the muni
clpal committee with Instructions   to
leport
it   a   Stoney brought lo the ntien
'dot. of the council n mattdr in con
n eet lon  with one of lhe  lumber mills
In   the   (Ity,   wheie,     he     si.1'1,     two
blacksmiths bad been    retiuestdd   to
i work   on   Sundiiy   on   n   job   Which   le
I Claimed COuld  have  wailed  until   Mon
��lnv     The blacksmiths refused and as
a consequence  were discharged  and
their  places  filled      Ile  did  not   think
this was tiaht     This matter, and the
f|nesiioii  of  Chinamen    cleaning    eu
offices mi Sundays, which was brought
up by Delegate Rankin, were referred
. to the committee which  is to lay before the so ernment at Victoria some
matters connected with the interests
of labor
Congratulations.
After     deln^afes     from     the     bar
tenders', teamsters' and  cfgarmakers'
unions had been admitted, congra'nla-
'i ins were err hanged on the result of
the recent civic elections
Victoria, .lan. tt ���Messrs Tisdall
: nd Watson, of Vancouver, continued
the debute on the address this afiei-
noon Both called attention to the
phes of coal in Vancouver    Watson
I tate J  Hial   in  the coal  famine a  few
veins   ago,   dealers    had   advanced
II li ea a dollar a  ton on the under
Standing thai it was tO be reduced t.'
the original Agure when the situs i��n
��as relieved, bul    such   action   haJ
never been taken
Tisdall  warmly   eulogiged    Captain
Tatlow   with  whom  he had been SSSO
elated  In  public  life  for many   years,
Referring to th<> settlement of ths
Bonghees reserve, he reminded    the
House thai   thev   bad  a  reserve lying
rl. lit ln the heart of VaMOuver city
and  questioned  if  there  were  more
than sl\ Indian families living on    It. I
They   did   not   use  the  land    and    it !
would be a pood thing    If    some    ar j
ran. ement   could  be  made to remove
them      lt   would   pay     to  (live     them
| sufficient money to keep them for the
l^-st   of   their   lives   in     some     other
place      The   same   course  should     he
taken With regard to Maria Island on
the  Kraser.  which  if  thrown open  fot
I Settlement, would go far towards sii|>-
I plying  Vancouver  with  vegetables
Schooner Rescued.
.Tuneau, Alaska, .lan is The
schooner Director, which was
reported by Indians to be in
distress, was saved todav by
lhe revenue cutter Hush The
schooner's engines were dis-
ahled and she was in <lan. er of
being poun led to pieces when
picked   up      Her   ciew   ot     the
men  were sale
444*44*444444444*��
CENTRAL  I^RK   LIBERALS
ELECT  THEIR  OFFICERS
SEVERE STORM IS
RAGING ACROSS UNE
Mudslides Follow Heavy
Rains -Barque Lakme in
Danger off Cape Blanco.
a well   attended   meeting   of tho
Centra] Parli (Burnaby) Liberal asso
coition w:iu i eld In the agricultural
ball al ('enttal Park Monday evening
The secretary-treasurer's A&gnclal
statement for the past year ��a�� read
and  adopted, ftnd  a  vote of thanki
wa-- tendered  Waller tieorge   the see
iciaiy treasurer,   foi    the   creditable
showing and hls efforts for the pas:
year  to   further  the   inteiests   ol   the
a ���.. elation,
11 e lol owing offii ers for the   < USU
lng   v��>ar   were   elected     Honorary
president, sir Wilfrid Laurier; honorary    v ice presldenl.   Robert    Jardine,
Esq      president,   Robert    Williams.
vice-president, John    Murray,    secre-
! tary treasurer, H   T   Williams;   c\e n
tive, W   M, T   Mayne. F   .1   Russel.
Albert iiicnii. .lames Farquharson, W
M  Qeorge, Alex, Wallace, .tames Mui
ray. The parliamentary committee
was elected as follows Hugh M.
Fraser. William George and v J. Russell,
Seattle. Jan, 19.���The continuous
downpoui  'i lain has caused a num
ber of disastrous mudslides In Waah
Ibgton  and   Oregon     Hallway     tiaffii-
i�� handicap] ed Ih eonsequehce,
si\ inches ol rain tell at Portland
y esterdaj
Ai Salem, Oie. manv head of stock
anl one man weie drowned in a
flood
The Northern Pacific road at Marsh-
fleld. (he. is Impassable owing lo s��
landslide
Barque in Distress.
The lumber haruue I.akme. dt    Sail
Francisco, bound  for thai  porfc from
Crux   Hay, is    waterlogged    off    Cape
! Hlanco and in grave danger   An awful
Storm is raging, the wind blowing t'?i��
', miles    an  hour.    Several    iugs    have
made Ineffectual attempts   to   reach
the barque, and another attempt will
follow  in s few hours.
The  crew   of  fifteen  men  is  busily
[engaged  in  throwing oil overbroad in
: an  attempt   to  lessen  the fmy  oi   tint
elements
CAR
WASN'T   WARM:   THEY
PUT   IT   ON    THE   BLINK
He��
1 cause.
oui on strike,
a seiih menl
the strikers,
of the no n
terms asked
STRUGGLED    OVER    TRAIL
WITH   WIFE'S   DEAD   BODY
Moo-.e   .law    .lan    IS-First    teams
since   Christmas   lo   reach   nils   et
from   Leesvlle  and   Dewdrop,  slxtj
I flve miles southwe t  it the citj   s
arrived Issi  evenlns    The m,v mem
ibeis of the pal iv  told s ster.  ��r tnuch
qkrdahip  and  suffering      Tbey  had
'made ibe |ourne) In ihtee days, whi   ���
considering Hip facl thai Hum  had t<
break through drift-: iu the hllla, ��^s
fai'h mind time '1 hey brought In
two men who nro badly fro/en, ono
|<*1 i.adiv that It is thought, that Bis
ii el mav bm** to 11* amputate i. nn I
Mi. dead  bddj   of  a   woman,  who died
southwest of Lake lohnson, ftnd
I ii ii   in ought to the ' ity by her bus
band    He bad made slow progress ofl
bis melancholy trip, m hating taken
him   five   dav*   to jmvei   thirty-two
niilec:,  whnn  be  was picked  Up b.   '!.<���
party     Tim men  reporl  much  hardship among the settlers owing to the
I terrible cold and storms    'me man
, |j .aid Iti have iRiried �� phi k of fltiur
\<*\x miles because he eouid not get a
horae tin ough    The party win take
back   wilh   tbem   four   teams    baUllflg
p.mis of supplies
"THE CUIftAX" IS PW\
8F DIIUIinK INTENX��\
Last Night's  Attraction  Realistic, But
Not   Impressionistic���Incidental
Music Original anti Classy.
Moines, .lan. IS.���Angered \yp-
..,.,... as thev allege, the officials ttt
Ues Moines City railway havp vefviseit
tO provide them With Cars 'hat win
k��  .'  oul   Hie   wintry   weaHipr.   ��t'iv��w
.bai win show evidence ot uf>, an��i
ade'iuaie service, thirty residents of
Fvbandalp held up ��at No. M e��rtv
yesterday mnrnlne and after politely
asking thp motorman anl ftohductor
io leave the e&1 proceeded to play
I havoC With ll
[UNEMPLOYED    PROBLEM
IN    TORONTO   IS    GRAVE
JAMES
BROWN
BE
MAY
VISCOUNT
SOON
He. Ins. .Inn. IS - Is .tames Hrown.
the well-known "Jamie Uroon." the
pioneer musician, tit the city, and
Gofineeted with the deiartmental w-irk
of thfl provincial government for
mnnv yens, n vlSCOUflt? The e >urt nf
general sessions in Scotland is trying
to decide that oiiestion now. Recording to Information received In the
fily. nnd Hip Jesuit will prohtibly bs
known  shortly.
Mr    Itrown   is   now   connected   with
the education department in the provincial  government,  anl has scores of | in
friends   in   tbe   city.     He    has    been
showered wi11�� congratulations in ihe
past few days on bis prospective honors It has heen s matter of common
knowledge in tbe clty thnt Mr Brown
wns connected with a noble Scottish
house.
The ftttehflftncel a| the opers house
ln^i nlgh* wa= n lit'lc- bettei than it
litis been latPly. but there weio stMl
nfllte fl number Bt efh-ptf ���*���������'<��� to
Ei..ot   The 1'ihiin," nn ite initial ap
i .ii I pi o in  i be i ii .
The   Clltoax"   has   beefl   described
by the indefn'igabie pies- r��i.iii as i
jd-iy of a .���ppi,ic^c and light H has
also iippp descrlb 5 (mistakenly] as -i
comedy. The first of tbe=e ties Up
lions Is probably pn'ned in POhtrasI
with the mo lern muck rakina dinma.
the second must have been applied to
It by some gentlemen who left In (he
middle  of  the  first  net.
Let It ti'd bp imagined, however
that this I. r condemnation ot The
riitnnv." (in the contrviv. it is a
moderately good play having a fairly
coherent story, a good deal Of wholesome humor, a situation legitimately
eneineeied to a curtain of dramatic
intensity, and an ending not too usual
ta be ac< epfable.
At ho point does the play rise to
nny semblance of eie-itness. Rven
when the singer discovers that she
has lnsf her voice, one cannot heln
reflecting Hint after all n voice Is not
imieplncable. and the cry, "My soul Is
dead," Is ralher unconvincing In con-
se'iuenee Oft the other hand. He
drnma gives :i very respectable pi?-
ture 'if 'he eerv l;.y lives of som"
people, and In that sense is true
drama. It la realistic, without heim:
any  sense impressionistic
The story, which is already familiar
to playg-ers anl readers of dramatic
notices, may he pre r-nted in a few-
words Adelina von Hagen. pupil of
Lntgl Gop'anti, has a slight uneven-
npSs of tone In ibe middle register,
to overcome which she submit-: to an
 1       ..,wrt
i ..-.io.. fat 18 There are mare
unemployed men in the (ity of Toronto todaj  than for manv- a year pit**
��� i.eieiv     leiri'ic tbe |,ooi ���   weeks
men   ba e  t.a.i,   rjtes Illy    ;"g   in
I   all   parts  Bi  the  tnfoviftee  atfl
e--e,| from the weal Many of these
are alreadj gennliess ihtl are apply
lng ��������� the rations chaHtable orgahl-
���...i,,i,s    f.,r    m rrk    n"d    immediate
ir.eor.c   of   .  i|cf Pnfl ncP        This    VPSr    Wd��
),. t.,. .,���,.,t,L. the WOrst on record, a"
fbprp ij ,,., i-nio.i eniplovtnenf bttrea-l
running at present.
MONEY FOR FOI KIM UU
tOWFSPABlir FROM r INfS
Terced  Cr-trfbutions   Reduce  Cost  of
Maintaining  Department���$3755.15
for  Sanitary  Work.
CHINAMAN DESPONDFNT,
W1NNlPF.fi MEN TQ START
.fohn  Raymond,  who
The hoard of health evpendet
$3755.16 in looking after the s.-mltary
condltion of New Westminster last
year. All of this sum with the exception of $(��:!.so. pf *:.'2<H,.'!K. vvas paid
out for salaries. All the other amounts
with the exception of $286.95 paid out
for the operation of the smallpox- Isolation hospital in October, are insignificant
During fhe year IfllO it cost the
city of N'ew Westminster $627(7.40 t��
operate the police department ami
supply police protection to the city.
The  total  expenditures  were    $10,-
011.85,  bnt   $4641.45,   nearly  all    com-
^^^^H��nd this
CUTS THROAT WITH RAZOR BRICK WORKS ON PITT I.AKF.
VVg. ry    of  Struggle   for
Existence, Ends Earthly Woau���
No Inquest to Se Held.
Plant Will Se Situated on North Side
of Lake. Opooalte Convict Quarry
���Concessions Granted.
tori
Winnipeg     capitalists,    formin.
���ose  corporal ion.    have    decided    to , nin
^^^^^^^^^^Jbiart a _____ >';U-(1 I ,h0 _H    1��V''>
idle aged Chinaman, <-om-  ������ h,, m*, oppoei��e the convict sta-
��� ,,r   wriglu   Island.    Concessions
���peration      l")f.   .fohn   Wsymonn.   win
is  in  love  with  the said  Adelina  and ; posed of fines  vvas taken
WlSheB  to prevent  her from  goin : on   reduced  the cost  by one-third
fhe   Itdge,  causes  her  to  believe    bv I     The only  item  of any  size,
mental suggestion." that as a result lng salaries, vvas the sum of $566 foi-
of the operation    she    is unable    to   uniforms.    The members of the force
sing ai   all    in  tho    Middle    register,   were supplied with complete new out
.lust   before the  man-ia^e   i if course,   fits during: the year
she discovers that  -die can  sing, and j
he confesses his deception
Naturally, she turns him down cold.
lie  goes  away   vowing  eternal  devo-I April, ,.��� ,   .
tion    she confesses  iliat   perhaps she . $314.66;      July.      $1047.(i0;
I ft��y forgive him after she hns risen ! $1002.3?>;
to artistic fame, and lhe curtain goes   $1274.fiO;
to the strains of "The Kong of i ber, $99R.aX
distinctly ^^���
exclud-
        $5*i5 for
"ThYmembers of the force
tli complete new out-
ear.
The following are the expenditure.
for each    month:     JMH��ry.    W��*>.
February.   $960.06;    March,   $9��^6.
$912,501   May,    $904.77;    June.
m~'tatam    ntatatatatatam     August.
. ept'emher, $961.10; October.
November,  $012.95;   Decem-
iJllzzard  In tho  North,
iiicouvur, Jan. IH���Blizzard
weather in bhe north held up
llH ileainer HaillOHiim ill
' nee liuport un Her Iuhi. trip,
"hi   lhe did noi  reach here un-
1 Ills altornoon. The olTicera
oiioiied Hie aitesna river tn
" HI of Ibe and Hie norl hern
""'      experleilclutr     ft      tierce
lege Ol Winter weather. Heavy
;;i'es and blinding snow stnnma
'" nh'd and i he tlmrmonieti'r
'iiiu'iod around aeroi
�� ��
tor  a   nui iiuiK  *���*������*"������*���*   ��� ,   ,
Jp08ed ,���,���, of .Hedii^o,,.    n
Oespondent because he had no money nnd could not obtain work, niiuii.
li'rmg. a mj	
mttted suicide early yeaterdny after
noon hy cut ling his throat with a WW-
or. The Celestial commitied ihe act
in ft blind  alley  between  Mclnnes and
tenth si reel s, and hind profusely
mg In  a   few  minutes.
Coroner  Captain   Wiiendriijh,
viewed the body later in tlie day, af
rer aacerlaining the circumstancea at
down
My  Soul.
This  is  a
etin-
dy
who
��� ���
i und in $5(1,000, hut 	
lended to spend .lii.uiio on the
ground'.i, fnrniahingB, etc. The plans
were forwarded bq llie direclura of the
Bund for approval, and came hack,
with a lei ler int inmtlii . the direchir.'t
did not consider I hem' suitable, as the
building vvaii planned lo cost only
$411,1100,  and   Unit   the  directors  could
noi   allow   anv   of   the   money    to   be
spent  for gvbundfa, etfe
The manner In which the board will
deal   vvltl.   the  ililitto!'  Is doubtful.     It
may he necessary io call for another
compel Ition for plana, or Uie plans ae
canted may Ue revised!
itswwassj^j-rjs
,vaa no occasion  to holt  an inqnes
Rellnnle. inforiiinlion coneerniivg the
self slayer is hard to obtain. Celestials being notoriously secretive, especially in a case where one of their
lumber has disgraced himself. The
average Chinaman holds a suicide In
contempt, and If ho can possibly deny
relationship with ai��u\un who dies by
���its iwn limit! will do so. Suicides
among Chinese in Ibis city are rare,
although this is the second case within eight months, a Chinaman having
killed biUtseU in the police station
, latii summer.
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have been secured from the Dominioa
government, and a certain acreage
have been set a��ide for the manufac
on some of the buildings, and the con
st ruction   of   a   wharf   is   well   under
way.
Mr. Taylor, who is to he manager
of the concern, says be expects the
i plant to turn out 300,000 bricks before
I the first of May, and that everythinf
vvill  he  running smoothly  wueks he
fore that time.
The location of this new Industry is
io.., device. It saves the dramatist
' ie trouble of constricting a logical
end by allowing the audience to do
so. each for himself and i i his own
s-atist'acti >n.
A  feature of the play was the    incn np. n*,.,.^, ._. ��� J cidenral    music,   compose 1    by    one
Work has already commence! [Joseph Carl Brett, which was more or
*      'less    original    and    had    a    certain
scholarly finish.
The cast was composed of only four
players, and they each save u workmanlike rendering of their parts. Miss
Adelaide O'Brien impersonated Adelina von Hagen, Wesley Todd took the
part of Dr. John Raymond, Roy Merrill was cast for the role of Pietro
Golf antl  and  Frank   Putt on   assume 1
SIX KILLED.
in   Montana    Mine    Takes
of   Half   Dozen   Lives.
M ���,t.. Jan. 18.���An   eiptoa-
oowder magazine belonging
Explosion
Toll
Helena.
ion  in a powun   ...mB    _
to the Keating mine at Badershurg tonight resulted In the death of six men
and the injury of two others.
���������������������*�����������
Ars��r��r��:5a �������- '""<
inti,   the
tbe    Pitt    Lake  brickworks    started
two years ago by K. .1. Fader.
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���    Alberta  Floats Loan.
Edmonton,   Jan.   19.���The   Alherta
government has succeeded in floating
a short loan for four million   lollats
at four per cent.,  with Lloyd's hank,
, London, England,
teacher.
Frozen to Death.
Edmonton, Jan. 19.���The first deaf
due to the severe weather was re
���o'toi inst night, when the body of
Joseph Cest, a freighter employed on
the G. T. P. construction, was found
frbieh stiff near Te'e Jaur.e Cache.
��� ��� ��� ��� ^^^^^
*% Ireland  for  Irish.
��� Dublin,    Jan.    18.���John    E.
��� Redmond    was    today    unani-
��� mously elected president of the
��� l'nited  Irish League.    A resolution was adopted reaffirming
the contention that no settlement of Hie Irish land question
would be acceptable which did
not confer the right of full se.f
government through an    Irish
parliament with an   exectttive
responsible to such parliament. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
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SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.     BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WANTED���AT GKNKRAL STORE
Fraser Mills, a lady stenographer
and pest office assistant Apply
Canadian Western Lumber Company.
WANTED���BEFORE   OR   ON"    THE|
10th    of    February, 5 or 7-roomed
modern house.    Careful tenants, no
children.    Apply Box lh Daily News
office.   ^^^^^^^	
WANTKD���TO BUY AGREEMENTS
of sale; also property close in; only
owners need communicate with
P. 0. Box 5, this office; all cash
transaction.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOl'SE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box K, News office.
REAL  ESTATE
WE   have   the   exclusive   sale   of   the
following, viz.:
CITY   OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
BUSINESS BLOCK, in heart of Columbia stree'. Stands on two large
lots. Present revenue from rents
exceeds 13 i er cent. This property
will greatly advance duiing the
present year. See us for special
terms, which are easy.
MANUFACTURING SITE in Sapper-
ton, bounded on two sides by C. P.
railway and Brunette river. Exceptionally good buy. Price $50,000.
One-quarter cash, balance over four
years at 7 per cent.
FINE RESIDENCE in best locality,
thirteen rooms. Stands on 132x132
foot lot. Price $10,600. One-third
cash, balance 'J, 1- and IS months at
7 per cent.
WANTKD���BOAKDKUS FOR PHI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; al! home cookin��. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTKD���SMALL     RANCH,     IM-
proved,  with   buildings,  In   the  vie-1
inity  of  New   Westminster.      Full i
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage.
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
WANTKD ��� IMMEDIATELY,     FUR-'
NISHED room,    close    to business
district.     State   price   and   particulars.    Box K. O. K., Daily News.
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE
ly.    Apply Premier hotel.
WANTKD���TWO BOYS AT THK
Beaver Cigar Factory.
CLEARED LOTS (one-fifth of an
acre i facing Li.lh Isiand road and
within city limits. Price $4ii'J up.
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and I.s
months at 7 per cent.
SUNBURY, DELTA. Large Steel Corporation liave just invested largely
in water front here. Wc have 250
feet of water front at $1115 per front
foot. One-third cash, balance easy.
Buy.
JOARD OF TRADE��� NEW WEST-
minster Board of Traue meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows;
Third Thur.-d.iy' of each montn;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemtiar, at -a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27 ���
The regular meetings of this lodee
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, KDMONDS & JOHN
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
SURREY.
McEwen,
elected;
198;
re-
WANTED���YOUNG  BUSINESS  MAN
requires good sized, comfortable
room with pat tial beard. Apply box
18, News office.
FOUND.
FOUND���ON CORNWALL STREET,
a sum of money The owner can
receive same by paying for this
advertisement. Apply to 1025 Cornwall street.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���HEATING STOVE, NEW
five weeks ago.    513 Agnes street.
BURNABY, three large cleared lots at,
intersection    of    main    roads.    Car
passes in front.    Price $2500.    One-1
half cash, balance easy.
SUBDIVISION LOTS, adjoining city
limits and new B. C. E. railway line.
$300 to $4uu. $-U down, $10 per
month at 7 per cent.
RICHMOND (Lulu Island) manufacturing site. Mon feet deep waterfrontage on North Aim. Blocks
from 6V. io 8 acres. .j4"""- One-!
third cash, balance 6, 1- and 18
months at 7 per cent.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 ancl 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
SURREY, Langley. Matsqui, .Sumas,
Chilliwack and Coquitlam. We have
exceptionally good listings in the
above municipalities. See us for
same.
SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance   and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary  Public.
Phone 832. P. 0. Box 771.
646   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR SALK���GOOD ORGAN IN GOOD
condition. For particulars apply to
917 Fifth avenue, city.
FOR SALK OR RKNT ��� EIGHT-
rooined house; fully modern; centrally located. Address HIT Fifth
avenue, city.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON KASY TKK.MS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 270. City.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
HOUSES  FOR  SALE.
STENOGRAPHY    e\    TYPEWRITING
M'SS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
SEVEN  roomed    modern    house,    lot
66x132, nil in fruit,   good    location.:
$600 dash, balance like rent.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
FIVE rcomed cottage on Third avenue. Price $1650, $i'ii)0 cash, balance arranged.
SIX roomed new modern house, cement foundation, furnace, etc.
Price only $2650;  easy terms.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New-
Westminster, B. C.
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
EIGHT rcomed modern house, cement      SS.    Iroquois    Sunday   nights   and
foundation, furnace.   $400 cash, bai-1 Tuesday mornings,
anee $2u per month.
FIVE roomed cottage on ��!xth avenue.
Price $2300, on very eas;,  *erms.
ROOMS
TO
RENT.
TO
II
RENT���
. Nelson
A   KI
917
.AT.
Fifth
APPLY
avenue.
MRS.
TO LET��� **
ner Agnes
'���'VISHKI)   ROOM,
and Seventh street
COR-
s.
Water Consumers
As it is reported that a number of
citizens are allowing their water taps
to run during cold nights, citizens are
hereby notified and requested to refrain from doing so. If any are detected in persisting after this notice,
other means will have to be used.
J. S. BRYSON.
Chairman Water Committee.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
  11:00 p. m Jan. 7, 21., Feh. IS
FIVE   lots near Twelfth  street;   good  TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
location.    A snap at JfiOO each;  on  11:00   p.   m	
easy terms. i     Jan. 10, 24;  Feb. 7, 21.
FIVE  roomed    cottage.    Price    $1400,
$300 cash, balance like rent.
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LOTS FOR SALE.
TWO iDts on Edinburgh Street, all
cleared. Price $800, one-third cash,
balance arranged.
HAMILTON street    lot,
$sr>0, on easy terms.
all    cleared,
TWO large lots facing on three
streets. 132 feet square. Price only
$1HjO each, on terms to suit.
ONE   lot   on   Princess   street,
$iiiiii, easy terms.
Price
ONE large lot on Sixth street, splendid location. Price $1600, on easy
terms.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
���RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada i nd
Newfoundland, ami in London, Eng-
liod, New York. Cli'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking buslneao trai.sacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowei ;it 3 per cent, pei
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets   over  $180,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
THESE are all good buys. If you are
looking for a house on easy terms
ii vvill be to your advantage to sec
us before buying elsewhere,
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones  703. Residence   L611.
Real  Estate and  Insurance Agent,
Auctioneer, Etc., Maney to Loan.
Walker   Block, Columbia   Street.
New Westminster.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
UPPER   FRASER.
WESTMINSTER   AND CHILLIWACK
Leave  Westminster  8:00  n.  m.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
The Surrey council met at the
Town hall, Surrey i cut re, in January
16, mil. Present, Reeve Sullivan,
and Councillors Inglis, Johnson, MacKenzie and  Keery.
The minutes of the previous meet-
Ing were read aud confirmed.
Communications were feceived as
follows: From K. M. Carncross, returning offlcer, reporting lhe result cf
the Municipal election as lollowa:
For Reeve, Thomas J. Sullivan. 264,
11. T. Thrift, 132; majority for former
132. For councillors, ward 1, Robert
Grant, 43; R. S. ltiUis, 51; majority
tor latter 8; ward 2, J. E, Murphy by
acclamation; ward ;:, Thomas W. llar-
dv. 14; Daniel Johnson. 34; majority
lor latter 20; ward 4, K. D. MacKenzie by acclamation; ward u, John
Keery, 40; William Morgan, 39; ina-
jority for former 1. For school trustees, Henry Hose, 2Y.f, Albert G. Marshall, 224. and K. 11
Bose     and      Marsha
celved.
From  the  auditors:
Gentlemen: We have examined the
hooks of the clerk of the municipality
.md compared the monies paid In with
the collector's books and find that a
full and sufficient account has been
kepi of ihe Bame and that all monies
are accounted for. We have carefully checked all monies paid out and
find that in each case tlle cleik has
been authorized to make the payment
und ihat same are sufficiently vouched for. We found your books in perfect shape, neat mul correct, and a
decided credit to the official in charge.
The balance signed by ourselves is
a correct statement of the affairs of
the municipality to the end of De -
ember.
Yours  very  truly,
MALCOMSOM  and  GRAHAM,
Auditors.
Re ii\ed.
From K. 11. McEwen, M, D��� Medi-
cll Health Oflicer, enclosing his report
fur 191Q, which was received and filed.
Fiom Waller Wilkie, Engineer, a
notice of meeting under the Ditches
.and Water Courses Act, at Hazelmere
jost ollice at 1 p.m. on .Monday, the
30th day of January, 1911, cn the requisition of Ernest Hamel.   Received,
The clerk was instructed to write
, the solicitor, Mr. McQuarrie, to attend
i i ihe communication of Mr, Kenne-
dy, solicitor, on behalf of Mrs. John
Wolfe and C. T. Saunders re their
claim for dama es.
on motion the following appointments were made:
Licensing board, the Reeve, c mn-
clllois Keery, Murphy, R, S. Inglis, J.
P., and 11. liose. .1.1".
Finance, the Reeve and Councillors
Johnson  and   Murphy.
Board  of  health, the  whole council
Board of works, the whole council.
Fence viewers. J. D. Paris, A. Knudt-
son, Joseph  Brown, Alex. Murphy and
' William Brow n.
Medical health officer. Dr. K. 11.
McEwen.
Police magistrate, 11. Bose,
Chief or police, Alex. D. Matheson.
I     Road  tux collector,    Joseph     Drink-
I water.
To approve plans of Bubdlvisii u ���,
j the Reeve.
Assessor, th.e clerk to call for applications to be in by February 4, applicants to state salary required.
On motion the Reeve and Councillor
MacKenzie were appointed a deputation to go to Victoria to interview the
government in regard to financial assistance to the municipality for 1911.
Councillor Johnson gave notice that
i he would introduce a by-law to repeal
' the Surrey dog tax by-law,   Hi 10,   at
the next meeting.
Councillor MacKenzie gave notice
that he would introduce a temporary
loan by-law at the next meeting.
'l'he council then adjourned to meet
' again on Saturday, February 4, at 1:30
p.m.
$234,470,650   LOST IN
FIRES   LAST   YEAR
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Gardiner & Gardiner
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hone 661 Reslrtence  Phone  133
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
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. !)7).
17:05���From  Vancouver.    (N'o. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission. ,
22:50���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To Vancouver, Seattle, Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   I No   lid).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
Chicago,   Jan.   IS.���Statistics   made
; public here today show that losses by
! fire in the l'nited States and Canada
iin   1910  amount   to   $234,470,660,   or
\ over $30,000,000 more than the losses
j in   1909.     December   hs.es  were  exceptionally    heavy,    aggregating    $21,-
628,000,     There   weie   thirly-six   fires
| (luring   the   year   wbicli   caused   damage  of  $5(10,(111(1  or   more, and   in  ten
the loss exceeded . i.ikki.ikiO each.
Federal and state officials agree that
the majority of these losses are preventable, most of them being due to
carelessness of one form or another,
and are urging thai the reduction of
Ibis lire waste le made a part  of the
campaign for the conservation nf Datura! resources, in spite of the Increasing losses, il is said that, the average rate of lire insurance shows a
reduction in 1910.
WE FURNISH A
HOUS
.1* WW in
nw�� nawwiBifi^,
liW��
of four rooms for
$100.00
Cash or Credit
DENNY & ROSS
43-47 Sixth  Street, New  Westminster
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
Thursday Jan. 19
"They're Laughing Yet in Chicago"
Kelly   and   Fitzgerald
PRESENT
The Merriest of Musical Comedies
HONEYMOON TRAIL
     BY    	
ADAMS, HOUGH AND HOWARD
WITH
Louis Kelso���Fred Wyckoff
AND
50        Singers,  Comedians  and Dancers 50
Production, in detail, as presented for 225 consecutive performances at the La Salle theatre, Chicago.
The first "Chantecler"   dance ever staged.
That impressionable beauty chorus���None of them
twenty���None of them married
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Brownies
(Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers)
P.S.���The show that set all Vancouver laughing last
season.
Seats  on  sale   at   Mckenzie's
Prices  $1.00,  75c,  50c.
Watch for the "Little Bee
**
H. W, BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agenl,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
NOTICE.
Those   wbo  have    listed    property
with Bourke & Maliony will confer a
favor by relisting with
D. O. BOURKE,
1310 Cariboo Street.
Wait for Phillips9
Big Clothing Sale
SOMETHING WILL  BE DOING
Watch for the Big Adv. -t-tHMU-'     J*******.**'-    It    ll'U.
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o Use Talking
THE MORNING PAPER
is the only etYeetivo nuxliura
for advertising your ^oods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife,  intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides  to  purchase some of the bargains
advertised,
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. The first thought l\v
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 k�� or,P letter
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in"
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,
1911.
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The Daily News
Published hy The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces
corner   of    McKenzie
Streets.
quired  are similar  10 tltot_�� now    inledy situations which irise are excru-   Armstrong,  James
use in wireless telephony.    It is said | tiatingly funny.    Mason is played by   Carrie Daly
that the advantages of the new   sys
P.  Houston   and
and    Victoria
E. A. Paige Managing Director
THURSDAY,  JANUARY  19,  1911.
the celebrated comedian, Fred Wyck
.,, ,_���_������ , . ., * j, i off, while the partv of Tommv Per-
tern will he greatest 111 the^Oflg-dls- k,ns Ia in the capable hands nf that
tance service. Kngiiu;e r,,s.: estimate ( elver light comedian, Louis Kelso. Ar-
that the use of the new .ysfem. other 1 line Poling, who made such an em-
things being equal, would provide an I Phatic hit with "The Girl in the Ki-
additional profit of two million dollar.
THE  CHILLIWACK   LINE.
Almost every  week, that    goe$
per year for the American Telephone
& Telegraph Company. In the cost of
wire alone, of which there are many
millions of miles in the l'nited State'-,
there would he a lar. e saving, and
the cost cf new equipment would bo
greatly reduced.
The immediate reduction in cost of
telephone line construction and the
proportionate profits by telephone companies would In time be followed by
  the reduction of rates and proportion-
Sees the real value of t!ie Chi.liwack | ate_ extensions of the use of the tele-
line of the B. C' Electric Railway com-j phone. It is estimated that the Am
pany to New Westminster and the 1 erican Telephone & Telegraph Coir
surrounding district become more ap- pany, although with .. 1-.hKi.000 outla.v
parent. A few days ago an entirely in prospect under the old system, can
new and speedier mail service bo- by adopting.this new equipment meet
Aween the valley city and the coast all demands for forty years withoul
was instituted, and this has already the stringing of additional wires. The
proved to be most advantageous an 1! p0ie nuisance and the y.Jre .nuisance
lielplul to merchants and business are naturally recalled to mind hy the
men. The facilities for freight haul' prospects which thU >u>��ntian opens,
age between the coast cities and This invention promises to become
points along the southern valley of one 0f t|ie mnst important of recent
ihe Fraser have also been of consider- years in electric communication. Tlie
able advantage to local commerce. C08) ���f telephone, service may be
The extent to which these facilities greatly reduced, unsightly poles and
.are appreciated is shown hy the heavy suspended wires an. cables may be
freight trains which traverse this lino abolished, and many' of the annoying
every day. The passenger trains are features of existing methods of opera-
likewise almost always well laden and tion may be modified.���Toronto Globe,
it is really difficult    to    comprehend	
Jiow people managed to carry on their
..        ,������t������.  ���r Hi* Says   Aun*   was   Brutal,
business prior to the opening of the      ^ v.   ^   ^    1R__With
l���te. toes of both feet badly frozen and a
'iho success of the undertaking has  number of severe bruises on her head.
been  altogether  bevond  the  expecta-  in addition to heing in an emaciated
tions of the company.   As a result of I condition iron, want of proper nour-
,   , Ishment, a little child. #f"��lx,n-uars oi
the extensive patronage accorded   to ��� age>  ,g  lying  ,n   Ul0  hosi,ilal  t3[lav
the line arrangements have just bein j The little girl is a niece of a woman
made for the revision of the freight name Erickson. who lives on Mindea,
tariff and the improvement of the pai-i llin,e,>-  miles south  of  Medicine  Hat,
, 1 and the neighbors say thai the deplor-
senger service. An agreement !>^ ; able condition of the child is due to .1
been reached between the company consistent course of ill-treatment. The
and the Chilliwack   hoard    of   trade  results of their complaints is that the
whereby reductions averaging twenty I P��lice luive left for Mindea, and with-
\ in a few days the woman will have to
I answer to the charge of gross cruelty.
mena" at the Zeigfel 1 theatre, Chicago, last summer, js the prima donna, and Clara Dalton, one of America's cleverest soubrettes, plays the
part of Mason's daughter.    Other no
The musical numbers are in Joe
Howard's best strain, the titles of
some of the most popular songs being
"One Little Boy Had Money," "If All
the Moons were Honeymoons," "1
Want That Kind of a Uirl" and "Honeymoon Trail."
The original LaSalle theatre chorus,
thirty strong, is a feature, while "Ned
Wayburn's 1 lancing Brownies," ten of
the    greatest    dancing    "broilers"   in
table musical  comedy  players In the  America, are a distinctive novelty.
cast  are  Carl   George    (the
Dutchman I;     Rose     Kildea,
original
Bonnio
Seat sale opened Tuesday, January
IT.   The show will be here tomorrow.
NA:te^PEP^i^T5
relieve and cure indigestion���acidity of the stomach���biliousness���flatulence
���dyspepsia. They re-inforce the stomach by supplying the active principles
needed 1or the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.
50c. a box.    lf your druggist has not stocked them yet,  send us 50c.
and we will mail you a box. 33
National Drat and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited,      ���      ���      ���      Montreal.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons, 7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Monde
Direct connection at Prince Rupert   for  Stewart.    S.  S.
lays
        Trine   ,\|.
bert" will leave Prince Rupert January 20th for Porl Sim]
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toi onto, Montreal, Portland, Boston
Niagara Falls, Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington
For tickets, time tables, il'ustrated literature, and all Information
apply to
HARRY O, SMITH, L.  V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent
r,27 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 7100. Phone 3
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
Scene from "The Honeymoon Trail,"  at  Opera   House  on
Thursday  night.
INTERURBAN TIME  TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, (1:50, 7
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.
-'',
8  and  every
iif
per cent, from the present rates oa
merchandise of the four highest i
<-larsiiications will come into effect almost immediately. Rates on carload
lots will, however, remain unchanged,
these being based on a moderate
scale.
Then, as soon as the trying climatic conditions permit and the weather' becomes more settle.1, it. is intended to run an express pas3engar
train between this city and Chilliwacn
daily, lhe time of the journey being
reduced to three hours. In the early
spring the management will inaugurate a further improvement in
the service by the running of an ad- j
ilitional train. This will make three |
trains daily between the Royal C'ity
and Chilliwack. We believe, however,
that the popularity of this line wi 11
lie such in the coming summer that
still further additions to the 11 a I n
service will have to be made before i
���the season is far advanced.
to th.e little child. Considering the severe nature of her injuries, the girl
is doing as well as can be expected,
and it is not probably she will lose
her tees.
m., 11:20
Sunday���20-mlnutes
indaj-2J minutes
TWO HEN PLANNED
TO HOLD UP TRAIN
Young Fellows on Their Uppers in Calgary Sized up
Proposition.
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:L'0 a
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
L'0-minute service from 5:-Ki a. m. until   11:20   p.   m
service  fiom  8  a.  m.  until  11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
L'0-minute service (rem C: 10 a. m. until   11:5)  p.  m
service fiom 8:10 a. in. until   11:30p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBUHNE-WESTMINS1ER    BRANC:'..
Trains leave  New  Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at  8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11  p. m. ___^__
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave N'ew Westminster -I:  15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p, m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Mr. Contractor: When you are
building a house, lit us figure on the
wiring and t'utiims. Our motto Is
good work and when yon w.jit il.
Also let us tell you how to save 7n
ier rent, of your light bills. We can
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt  attenUon.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bunking organization.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant nnd Auctioneer.
Interest is  paid on
Balances half-yearly,
"''"siness   Accounts
on favorable   terms.
Savings
opened
527   Front  St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone  550.
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A   PROSPEROUS  INSTITUTION.
Man/ interesting features are con-
tainej in i e report of the forty-
fourth annual n.ecLng of the Canadian l.-.m: of Commerce, which is
printed c.en.e.e. This is . ne of
the most pics, erous lu.nking concerns
in the Dominion and the extent of Its
.Operations is spread over no less than
227 branches, of which twenty-seven
iire in British Columbia. The surest
sign of the bank's progress is shown
in the increase of the dividend from
nine to ten per cent., which is an unusually high dividend for even a well
established bank to pay. The profits
earned by the Hank of Commerce during the past year reached $1,838,065,
heing an increase of $327,370 over
those of the previous period. Beyond
providing for this ample dividend
however il has been foun .1 possible
to make liberal appropriations for
pensions, etc., carry forward $300,000
to profit and loss, and transfer one
inilli.Mi to the reserve fund. Tho
bank's rest is thus brought up to
eight millions, or four fifths of the
paid up capital. Among other Interesting features contained in the report is the fact that the bank has
heen ahle to increase its current loan-i
and discounts by $10,900,344 during
.the year, all of which is well secured
and economically disposed.
A   MULTIPLEX  TELEPHONE.
Patents have been issued at Washington covering an invention by which
a single telephone wire can be    used
for ten or more conversations at tlie
same time.    The invention  has been
made  by   an  oflicer of the  American
Army Signal Corps, and it is believed
hy competent experts that be has solved the problem of multiplex telephoning.    The most noteworthy feature of
tbe invention is tlie free gift of it to
;!,he American people by the Inventor,
without royalty, license or rent.   The
.principle adopted Is the use   of   the
waves of ether surrounding the wire
_�� a medium, and the instruments re-
Calgary, Jan. IS.���Kven if H did end
in a fiasco, the intense poverty from
which quite a few of Calgary's unemployed are suffering this severe
weather inspired rash thoughts in the
minds of two utterly Irroke youths
living in a cheap downtown lodging
house, who conceived the idea of holding up the C. P. main line" tl'a'in as it
vas passing through Last Calgary the
oi her day.
The affair ended With them being
placed in the police cells on an accusation of carrying fire aims, and on
remand, as the most merciful way of
dealing with tliem, they nre now earning food and fire by doing odd jobs
about the station. *������
The circumstances. wjyleliu ru prous
in one light, serve'ti *Mpl��iaizf'th'j
tragedy of existence In zero weather
without the necess\ties of life.
Reduced to seventy-five-*('ents ' between them, they conceived the idea
of holding up a*train and taking the
loot in regular Jft'ild West fashion.
Bought Pistes and Whisky.
One of them Tvas a fairly expert
pool player, and he listed a pool
room and increased his 75 cents on a
run of luck and skill to almost eight
dollars.
Then they investe.l tn a pair of revolvers, a hox of cartridges, and, what
was worse, a bottle of whlsHy.
They  were  ready  t*\r g��ytUlng after a sip. *****
Met   a   Burly   Man.
They  dlslosed   their  plans,  so  they
said,   to  a   big   burly   man,' Who   vvas
Who Said New Year's ?
1
It is time fo start on your New Year's work.    We
have just teceived a Splendid Assortment of Novel-
5   tics  for  making  up.    All  ir*   the  Newest   Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Hate Hospital.
223 Townsend i.'t. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE,:,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Charnberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
(Continued on  Paee Five.)
THE HONEYMOON. TRAIL
That, th.e  public isiijflclfc to recognize merit and standi' .<$%; ;. njhe with i
the seal of its approval; n&h been emphasized   by   the   Bi^^eas  which   has
been  the  lot of   the  clever   musical
comedy, "Honeymoon Trail," since its
first performance at, the LaSalle thea-
tre, Chicago.    "Honeymoon Trail" waa
written by that populnrS^rlt' Hough,!
Adams and   Howard, who  have   contributed to the musical comedy stage
such  great successes  ns  "The  Time,
the   Place  and  the  Girl,"   "The  Girl
Question"  and   "A   Stubborn   Cinder-
ellft."    It is coneedejd. Jb.JiU. superior |
to any of Its predecessors, and as   a
laughing show occupied a class by lt-!
self.    The plot concerns one  Daniel
Mason, a millionaire manufacturer of'
canned beans, who is nmlered by his
physicians to a rest, reioiti   Accord-!
ingly  he comes to the Sletfji^ Hollow
Rest Cure.    Directly hc��bss from the |
rest cure is a typical aujiyncr resort
hotel, and  to  It comes  Tohimy  Perkins, suitor for the band of Mason's
daughter, and  crack  salesman   for a
rival line of canned beans.   The com-
' It.-**:-..!���***.     .
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
See
THE   SUNSET    BLUE
PRINT   CO
Room   14,   Westminster
Trust   Block.
Phone 711.
Box 160.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.   Telephone 80G,
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening Dress Suits, Blouses, et: ,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.flics T'hoiii  115.     Barn  'Pfconi 11?
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ."��
any  part ot tit city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
gents' open 'ac*
. I'Dta' open c*98'
and     Kigin
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Gold Watc'aes Tor Ladl.B from |12'5
ap.
Silver Watchea,
18.00.
Silver   Watches
17.50 up. __j
Agent    for    Waltham
Watchwa.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
.^*^m^^^m^^m^^mmm^^*m^*^^'m*^^m^..
For all kinds or
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
COAL
New|
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. F, M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Deg pardon:    I take It for granted
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. Anno
Is in a class by itself.    Once trieo
always used.
Our special champagne is a ��'}""*[;
You ought to try a case for   Cli  *
mas !    Price $1.25, case and bottles
be returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Office:   304  Columbia Street.
Tel. 689. New Westminster, **���
'I * - l . RSDAY,  JANUARY   1. ,   15)11.
THE DAILY NEWS.
tacte rmt
SPORTS !Two Hei) Pl���e(l
i:
HHF.N AGE FANS HIM
,   ;..it:;hman  Assures  Interview-
Hl    it   Good   on   Baseball   Dia-
|0nd for Some Time to Come.
, [,�� w&gaBr retire trom baee-
i,
to Hold up Train
(Continued from I-age Four.)
capable ol picking Uieni up and
1 qoi i:i . heii hei . ij et bei unci
v tl mi el oul foi the Boeni ol I he
desperate act II was ion oily cold,
and while waiting loi the i.rain tbey
pointed theh  pistoili al old bottles.
Later the buriv man accused then
of l uruinj.  : he i ginu on .  d   and trj
lng to bold  lam  up.     Id  terror   he
flashed  across   the  field   where   they
wert  playfully practicing to tb<  uea
e. i  bouse, and  breathle bs s   i potee ol
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J* I' I -11' I
The jiolice    \jftive    therefore    lele-
bel be will���when Ws arm   phoneid     li  was la tei  thai  nigb,t ihat.
���!���'. p .;'���' ������i.-iif. across tbe two boys,
who -wisely had returned t< totm.
Thev were withoul guns bben, and
had precious link- money. They
hadn't held up any trains
Good   Lodgings   Assured.
PoBBiblj   it   vas  n  good  thing  thai
���  police did find tbem  tor ii assured
tbem comfortal -     idgiagt   '.' bi >  tear-
full}   told  tb��   '-' ���    ��� '-��� if'i.  : I (
.  man accused tbem ol holding him
.   ai     thi    are now en
.  .. ���    :     theli    ; resi.    accommoda-
Th:.-   -'   wi   to   V- j a1        :.otic   and
p        - - ������-..; I"S       pOl-
(���-i.v  maj  . ���    ���   pe . ���   and tbi   police
are positive tl I     	
as prevented some ca
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PLANS FOR STATE
AIDED EMIGRATION
British Government May Establish New Department
in !Near Future.
t'i ei    his
Bensat
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Wltirered I nd be has  be. ome so
i    h<   can'1 swing more than
.,    gUt   ol   a do.ighnui
I be annual
greal  Dtrtdbman
��� :      .: Hans was tick-
mii ti- thai dear old C'in-
..   ...   breweriei   are   bo
bave 1    v';. i   r Ideways
I em.
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London. January 18.��� it v ;���.- .-.1111111
ed recently, the manei ol state aided
emigration it like 1 to become a live
issue in the near iuture.. There are
��� ., as signs thai practical people arc
gatting together ti rce tbi hand pi
tint poll! tans tn ��hg ptattei 0] &nan
..a aid foa tbi emuloyaW* i.r.ei. ;.>.-���
*���..!.���in the direci.on of assisted ;.a.-
sages to Canada.
The Canadian Northern Railway wiO
open this week an immigration bur
Ban close to .1 Otoed Smiths goven
merit hoadquaiK-rs at Charing Cross
It will b<- in charge of Fred Moss, laie
Of the Salcavion Army, and will work
in cooperation wn.i. <��� ajoj Bowell oi '. : ������ ��� :t- rei urned to
Toronto, Mr Bowell told the writei
tbal iii Ontario governmetm had
authorized the expenditure oi s. 10
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..:. pineal ���-.:.���- .
This work e snpi      Bed
:  ���-   . .i.ndon represc ntatlvi
ernmeni, N. 1 n k.
In   emit:-..; li :.   cei t ret   11
.;���--    1    ��� rnmem is
I v.   i .:._  up to the tm]        nee ol
- "..: internal -" and
lng s    ���    es 1
��� 1 ���      ��� .. - ���      By a
     ������'    ;    wh    Is nsw    ���
Lhi      -.������.���-    :
. e  and   Auel -   wil]   hav e
impi ��� - this      ��� ���
���        ���   ���   duty    lo    so
est an    -  11    10
people the Biitains      er the ��eas.
Exodus  of  Well to  Do.
HOT CAKES
for breakfast
Olympic self-
rising1 pancake
flour, with the
genuine, eastern
maple syrup is
just what you
want.
Pancake Flour
25c. per pkg.
Maple Syrup
tins from 25c. to
$1.75
B.C.
Mills
lim
ber
and
Trading
Co.
Manufacturer*  and  Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR
TURNED
LATH.
vi ; _ .
SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Telephoni
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
12                          Krm   WKRt-minster
Box   137
LOOK MERE!
Tive Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car line.
Price,  $1680.
Lot 66.132 feet, with  lane and stable in rear.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JANUARY  19, 1911
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Report of the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of
Shareholders, Tuesday, 10th January, 1911.
Mr. Asquith s Achievement:
His Party's Deht to Him
The forty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce was held in the tanking house on Tuesday, loth January, 1911, at   12 o'clock.
The President, Sir Edmund Walker, having taken the chair, Mr. A. St.
L. Tri.ge was appointed to act as Secretary, and Messrs. A. J. Giazebrook
and W. E. Rundle were appointed scrutineers.
The President called upon the Secretary to read the Annual Report of
the Directors, as follows;
REPORT
The Directors beg to present to the shareholders tlie forty-fourth Annual Report, covering the year ending 30th November. 1910, together with
the usual Statement of Assets and Liabilities:
The balance at credit of Profit and Loss Account, brought forward from last year, was  - ?   722,139 03
The net profits for the year ending 30th Novetul-er, after providing for all bad and doubtful debts, amounted to       1,638,066 ol
$2,660,204 00
This has been appropriated as follows:
Dividends Nos. 92, '.Ki, !i4 and 95, at Nine ]��r <_?nt_ ppj-annum.
Written off Bank Premises	
Transferred to Pension Fund (annual contribution)   	
Transferred to Rest Account  	
Balance carried forward	
900,000 Ofl
300,000 #6
50,000 ihi
1,000,000 00
310,204 Oil
$2,560,204 06
The assets of the Bank have all been earefnUr re-valued in accordance!
with our usual practice, and all bad and doubtful  debts  have  been amply
provided for. j
It is with deep regret that your Directors have to announce the death
during the past year of Mr. James Crathern, of Montreal, who had been a
member of the Board for twenty-seven years, and who at the time of liis
death was our oldest Director. To fill the vacancy your Directors liave
elected Mr. George F. Gait, of Winnipeg.
During the year the acturlal work connected with the establishment of
a fund to provide pensions for the widows and orphans of deceased officers
of the Bank, as authorized by the Shareholders at the last Annual Meeting,
has been completed.    It was thought advisable that the new  requirements
should be met by enlarging the scope of the existing Pension    Fund,    an 1
this has been found practicable on a very satisfactory basis.   The new provisions came into effect in November. j
The following branches have been opened during tlie year:    In Mani-I
toha���Transcona;   in   Saskatchewan���Bounty, Kerr Robert, Kinders'ey, Mar-
celin,    Morse.    Swift    Current;  in Alberta���Bassano, Champion.    Kltscoty,
Lougheed, Milk River, New    Dayton;    in British    Columbia��� Cumberland,
South Hill, Stewart, Mount Pleasant   iVancouveri.  North Victoria:   and  in1
the City of Mexico.    The branches at Elk    Lake,    Ontario,    and Skagway,
Alaska, have been closed.    Since the close of the year branches have been
opened at the following places:    Porcupine, and  Bloor and Dufferin  iToronto), Ontario; The Pas, N. W. TV, Brooking. Lamerton  and  Nutana, Saskatchewan;   Cliilliwack   an.l   Salmon Arm,   Britisli   Columbia.
As is usual, the branches and agencies of the Hank in Canada, the
l'nited States and Great Britain, an 1 the various departments of the Head
Ofiice have been thoroughly inspected during the year.
Your Diiectors desire a-ain to record their appreciation of the
efficiency and zeal with which the officers of the Bank continue to perform their respective duties.
uu... B. E. WALKER,
Toronto,  loth January,  1911, President.
Looking back  on  the  great   battle,
now  won for British democracy, Lib-1
erals   cannot  but   realize  tlieir  ei
mous debt to their leader.    His dom-1
inance in the contest throughout 1910.
has been more obvious to the general I
public   perhaps  than   it   was  in    1909,
when   tlie   budget   was    the    turning-
point, and when not only the brilliant!
minister  iu   charge   nf   that  measure,
but many other colleagues were called on  trom time to time to   assume
the principal  responsibility of attack
or defence at any given point along a.
very    extended    line    of    operations.
Kven    then,   however,   the    premier's
generalship and  power of co-ordinating his forces were always appreciated  by well-informed people as the decisive   factor   of   the    situation,    and
���since the constitutional issue has been
t plainly  seen dwarfing all oihers.  his
qualities    have    been    more    oienlyi
displayed.    One   may   date   from    the
���Lords'   reception   of   the   budget    on'
Novemhber 30,  1909, this   neoesaary,I
though  unsought,    emergence of    the
leader   into   a   specially    bright     and
! searching   limelight.   Prom  that  date
it   has  been  something  like a   Btrat-
getic  duel  hetween  the  Lilieral  commander-in-chief and the twin coniiuau-
| ders  of  the  enemy,   Mr.   Balfour  and
Lord Laaisdowme���a duel into    whose
episodes intervening parties, such as
: Mr.   Redmond,   Mr.   Barnes,    or    Mr.
O'Brien,   have   at   times   brought   elements of perplexity.    In tliis contest
one  may fairly  say  that  Mr.  Asquith
has won not only the final and decisive encounter,  but each of the battles leading up to it.    lie has outgen-
eralled his adversaries at each successive   stage.    And   it   has   been   done
without noise, without parade of bril-
liancy, with a disdain for theatrical effects  quite extraordinary  in  tl��e  circumstances; done by sound judgment,
a  strong sense of  history,   unlimited
patience,  a   transparent   devotion    to
fair  play, and at  crises a   peculiarly
frank,  direct,  reasonable, and  powerful way of unmasking any unfair play-
on the part of opponents towards himself or his cause.
The  prime  minister  is  by   general
consent unsurpassed as a debater in
the present house o.' commons. Only
Mr. Balfour may be thought his euual,
and  he is  so  in   virtue  of  strangely
different  qualities.    If language were
really  given   to   mau.  h.,  Talleyrand
said it was, for tlie purpose   of concealing   his   thoughts,    Mr.   Balfour
would   he   the   ablest   in   our    public
life.    In the art of foiling an enemy's
advance  or  covering  his  own  rei t cai
iu a  eioti.l  of interesting and  confusing   dialectic;    in   the   ail    of    using
phrases   which   at   different   moments
[ ur   io   different   people   at T>e    same
j moment   may   mean  totally   different
things;   iu  short,  in  all  the  aits that
baffle,   obstruct   and   delay    Mr.   iial-
four  is   king.     These   arts,   which   in
the nature of things are more useful
to a  conservative  than   to  a   liberal
leader,  Mr.  Asquith does not possess.
He is hy nature frank, and says what
he means without exaggeration or ex
tetiuatioii even  when  it  is unpleasant
to the hearer.    He attempts no tricks,
ami  consequently   enjoys  ihe   confidence  which  people give a man  whi
| cannot be suspected of tricking them,
'if he finds il at  any lime inexpedient
to attempt   a  satisfactory explanation
of   his   position   pending   certain    developments,   he   never    elaborates    a
screen   of    verbiage,    but    shuts    his
mouth   and   advises   tbe    curious    to
"wait  and   see."    When  he  has   his
point to make he makes it with such
brevity   and   neatness   and   with    so
Sew   words  and   with   such  compete-
ness and  precision sum up a debate
or   a    controversy,   and    inform    the
house   of   commons,   and   through   it
the nation, of the exact attitude which
his party takes up.    These great gifts
are, like Mr. Balfour's, though for different reasons,    seen  to    greater advantage  in   parliament  than  on  plat-
from.     Possibly,  if  all   secrets   were
known, one might add that they were
Been  to  greater  advantage still  at   a
cabinet   meeting.     Yet   on   the    platform  itself  the quality  of the  premier's mind and speech has very solid
advantages for one Intrusted with his
piesent   task.     Englishmen   have   always had, what the o'd Romany had.
but so many modern nations lack, a
great feeling for the self-restraint, the
seriousness of pondered weight, which
rather than rhetoric or fervid emotion
should   accompany   the   utterance   of
men In supreme command.    The battles which we have Just fought have
been  hard  fought  on  both  sides, and
we should be the last to underrate thei
services rendered on our platfoims by
our  fighting men.    But it  has  been, |
we think, in every way a good tiling
that at this constituional crisis   our
acual commander-in-chief against  the
lords should  have been a man about :
whose  unspeakable calmness,  persistent reasonableness and profound feeling  for  the  history  and  greatness  of
English   institution   no  can lid   opponent   can  ever  have  entertained  the
faintest shadow of a doubt.
And thus ln the year wbicli is passing away tlie prime minister has
given us all that we could ask. First
the restoration of the 1909 budget���a
mutter of peculiar concern to tne s /-
her financial purist who had seen the
lords iinpatriotically precipitating financial chaos, and longed to arrest lis
havoc, a matter also of profound moment to every reformer who had been
marshalled behind the great measure
In the previous year. Then the estimates  and  the   veto   resolutions���tin
latter enabling the house of commons
with a minimum of useless delay to
reaffirm   and   formulate   as   a   final
whole the policv which it resolved on
n   1906  and   1909.    Then  tie  episode
of the king's death  and the national
mourning���a shoal upon which a less
able   and   determined   leader   might
well have been wrecked. Mr. Asqutth't!
action   in   convening   the    conference
gave many of us not a few qualms at
the time, and it had obvious dangers.
But it placed beyond cavil the reasonableness of  the  Liberal  leaders,  and
, its laborious duration and the sincere
| hopes entertained  of  its  success  did
.much, we think, to baffle subsequent
attempts  to  represent   us   as  revolutionary    ogres.     Whether    it     would
I have  been  held  but    for   the   king's
death it is idle to speculate;  that In
the circumstances It was right to hold
It we think Incontrovertible; that the
prime   minister   showed   signal   moral
courage in embarking on it, we think
equally     beyond    controversy.       And
then  came the  final  stages,  and  the
difficult task of securing three things,
Railway Time Tabl
ies
g. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Wssk Day Scheoul*.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West.
minster at 5:50, 6:60, 7;^u una 8 ut)
a.m., and every half hour thei(>_t^f
until 11:50 p.m.
Car�� leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7 21   Bud
8:00 a.m., and every half hour U
after until 11:00 '..in.
Sunday Schedule.
Cari leave Vancouver  ror  New  v
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    un::;
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster fer Vancouver at 2:00 a.m., and cvny : i ���.
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New    Westminster   at   ?
n.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  cars   leave   Westminster
at S a.m. to in p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vuncouver at
I    6 a.m. to in p.m.
O.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p   :
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    1.
a. m.;  arrives Seattle 6:46 a. m
Leaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   ar;.
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arri
New  Westminster  5:55  p. m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35   p.m.;
New Westminster 0:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
(Continued on Page Seven.)
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GENERAL STATEMENT
30th November, 1910.
LIABILITIES.
-Notes of the Bank in circulation ...    $ 10,
Deposits not hearing interest   $ 34,481,663 22
Deposits bearing'Interest, Including interest accrued to date     1)2,352,590 31
  126.
Balances due to other Kanks in Canada	
Balances due to other Banks in fore.gn countries          2,
Lividends   unpaid   	
Dividend No. 95* payable lst Decenu.er	
Capital paid up  $ 10,000,000 00
Rest       7,000,000 00
Balance    of Profit and Loss    accout.t   carried
forward         310,204 06
^__U____t        17
.15
122,963 IS
834,253
437,791
020,333
2,479
225,000
310,204
ASSETS.
Ci.in and  Bullion    $    6,953,480 80
Dominion Notes      11,689,893 00
 . I8,i;i::,::2.'',
Balances  due by   Agents  of  Uie   Bank   in   the
l'nited Kingdom   $    4,223,613 86
Balances    due    by    other    Banks in    foreign
Countries       4,611,916 09
Balances due by other Hanks in Can:.da   ..    .. 19,077  22
Notes of and Che pies on other Banks       6,321,634 37
     16,076,141
Call and  Short  Loans in Canada       7,500,386
Governmenl Monds, Municipal and otter Securities     11,641,842
Deposit    with   ihe   Dominion Government   lor   security   of
Note circulation          163,500
$ 62,140,469
Loans to other Banks in  Canada, secured    686,621
Oilier Current  Loans and Discounts      01.212.410
Overdue Debts  iluss lully piovlded fi rl     187,893
Real  Kstate  (other than Hank Premi.es)     1X.717
Mortgages  374.501).
I'ank Premises  ���  2,276,395
Oiler Assets     116.S88
$157,053,011)
Westminster
Opera
House
HECTOR   McCAIG.  Manager.
Sat, 2 1
Jan. ===
The Wonderful
Girl Show
Miss  Hazel  Kirke
G. N. R.���Port Gulction.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday from biidge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 6:30 p. in.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a m.
dally, except Sunday, an Ives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
WITH
Stubborn Cinderella
40   Girls
20   Songs
Big   Orchestra
Chorus   blesstd  >\ ith mm ne legs and  wonderful  voices.
Miss Kirke faced the ball at the championship lacrosse match between the
Nationals of Montreal and the team below.   " YOU ALL KNOW THEM"
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 0:10 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station. New West-
minster, Ji0:20 a.m. dally ev ept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
Arrival:
The motion for tlie adoption ofth"
Report vvas then put and carried, A
resolution relative to the Pension
Fund was submitted to the shareholders and passed. The usual resolutions expressing the thanks of tho
shareholders   to   the   President,   Vie-
President ami Directors, and also to
the General Manager. Superintendent
of Branches and other officers of the
Bank were unanimously carried. Upon motion tlie meeting proceeded to
elect Directors for' the coming year,
nnd then adjourned.
The scrutineers siibfe piently re-
ported the following gentlemen to be
ALEXANDER LAIRD,
General  Manager.
elected as Directors for the ensuing
year: Sir Edmund Walker, 0. V. O.,
LL.D., D.C.I..; lion. Geo. A. Cox. Robert Kilgour, .lohn lloskin, K.C, LL.D.,
.1. W. Klavelle, LL.D., A. Kingman
lion. L. Melvln Jones, IIon.AV. C. Ed-
Wards, '/.. A. Lash, K.C, LL.D., E. H.
Wood. Hon. ,1. M. Gibson, K.C, LL.D.,
William McMaster, Hubert Stuart,
George F. Gait.
At  a meeting of the newly elected '
Board  of  Directors held  subsequently i
Sir    Edmund    Walker, C.V.O.,  LL.D,,
D.C.L., was elected President, and Mr.
Z,  A.  Lfish,   K.C,  LL.D.,    Vice-President.
Prices $1.00, 75c. 50c.
Late cars after the show.
Curtain will   rise at 9 o'clock Instead of 8.30  to enable the
merchants to witness the performance of this popular musical show
Time
of
 H Clos.:..
20:00���l'nited States via (_ P. R.
idaily except Sunday i.    7    I
8:30���Vancouver via B  e\ B, R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R
idaily except  Sundayi .11
18:00���Vancouver via B, C. B. R.
idaily  except   Sunday i. 16
8:30���Victoria via B. C K. R.
idaily except Sunday i     7
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C   B.   R,
Idaily  except   Sunday).. 7
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..  7
15:00��� l'nited States via G. N. R,
(dally except Sunday)..16
12:10���All points east and Europe  idaily)     7
23:00���All points east and Europe  (dally)    15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)        7
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)      1*
2:10���Coquitlam    (dally   except
13:00���Central Park and Ed-
monds idaily except
Sunday)        11
13:30���Kast Uurnaby and Burquitlam (dally except
Sunday       13
10:00���Timbei hind, Stravvbeity
lllll and South Westminster (Tuesday ami
Friday)       13
10:00���Ladner,      Port      Gulchon.
Westham Island   13
10:00���Annievllle,   Sunbury I dally
except   Sunday    13
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday      and      Fri-
10
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10
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15
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10:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day     ...
Yancouver,
ing     via
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and     Satin-
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Piper's    Sid-
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(dally except Sunday) .1 I
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except. Sunday I..15
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        ������'
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        '���"'
8:80���Burnaby   Lake   (dally except Sunday   1''
{0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dully except Sunday)     "
15:45���Crescent, White Hock and
Blnlno     (dally     except
Sunday)       '
15:45���Hull's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and    lla/.lenien    (Tues-
i ���!"-���'�����     doy* Thursday and Sat-
00
I'll
III)
00
30 THURSDAY,  JANUARY   19,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
Westminster  Land   District.
trist of New Westminster.
notice that Edward Hawkins.
iver, occupation bookkeeper,
s to apply   for   permission   to
the     following     describsd
LAND ACT.
Re lot 466, group 1, in the District
of New Westminster: .
Whereas pfoof of the loss of certificate title No. 5870F, lssmd in the
name of Lee Soon, l.ee Yiok Quon.
has been filed in this off! ���
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
ercing at a post planted on at the expiration >���; one month from
.���ii 'he east si ie of the [the date o! the flrst publication here-
n channel and joining T. L. of, in a daily newspaper published in
on the no: th side and mark- tlie Citv of New Westminster, issue a
: Hawkins; S. W. come-. (>';;ii .-. of the said certificate, unless
��� ii chains to line "f limit in th>- meantime valid objection be
thence N. lo diuius along made to me in writing
i'. S   KEITH.
Iilstii.i Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry otlice, New Westmlnstei . B. i' . January 17. 1911.
BIG RETURNS FROM
THE WESTERN FARM
] The receipts of cattle exceeded all
previous years by 20,  bead.     The
'average price for butchers' cattle was
the highest in five years. The price
of exiiort cattle was $10 per head
greater than for l?fl&.
i ern part of the^.iv- iixe-<~��tiered seri-! ]
-.._!�����  ... . , . I
|ously  from drought  during theVeS f LIQUORS   HARMLESS  UNDlll
making feed scarce and dear.   On the "' '���*" ' "
[other hand, thai  Bectlon of the province lying north of Calgary and  Ed-
 .60
beach, thence south and west
to i lace   of   commence-
ntaining 80 acres more or
not  only to  west-
but    to  outsit!.ii.-.
titnires have heen frequently
There are no provincial
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LKWIS, Agent.
.;-  .S. 1910.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
C\^v"'j_5ia,
.
Westminster  Land   District.
trist of New Westminster.
*���-  notice   that   Cecil   Killam
of
Sealed   tenders
undersigned,   and
for  Steel  'Pug  foi
addressed
endorsed
Vancouver,
The money re-1 '"""ton   show  an  enormous  increase
ceived  for   cattle   exceeded   that   of   in (iair>' products lor the vear.
1909 by ?:.'-15,288 Fiour.
An outstanding feature of tbe trade | Just what proportion of the west-
was the enormi is In rease in the but-1 ern wheat crop is expert ed in the
it-:s' t;:t'!.- and feeders going to i: i- form of flour lias always been a mat-
ci-' The trade in buchera' cattle to ter i : speculation
eastern markets, from nothing in 1906 ernera themselves
rose to 39,845 head in 1910.    The in-!and the .
crease over 1909 was 16,036 head. Tlie   asked   for.              r._	
increase in feeders '-vas even more re- figures showing the export ef flour
markable. In 1909 the number of and the Dominion figures do
feeders east was only 7666, while in clalize Hour made from
._���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ an increase of 24.- wheat. Again the Dominion figures
the Flee Pi ess publishes the annual 525. Theie vvas a marked decrease in are- male up for the year ending
Bummary of what has been brought export cattle, the number exported be- Marcli 31, so that it is difficult to tell
trom tbe farms during the year 1910, in-r only 84,511 head, as against 72,- jusi what proportion of each crop is
which shows a year ol great prosper- 356 head in 1909, This decrease, how- used in that way. In the report of
Ity though, possibly, not as great as ever, is somewhat misleading, as a the year ending March 31, 1910, Can-
was hoped for when tlie year opened, considerable number of the cattle that ada exported 3,640,028 barrels of flour
The wheat crop, as usual, claims went east as butchers' vv iuld in ordi- and of this 1,877,436 barrels went to
^^^^^^^^^ nary   years   have   been   exported,   but ' Great   Britain   and   311
i rease In both receipts and shipments  the demand from the east was so in-1foundland
Record Shows Year of Prosperity in Farming'���Decrease in Wheat Crop.
Winnipeg, dan.  lv���With the clos- t
ing of the rirst week of the new year   1910 it was 32,191,
not Bpe-
western
NEW BREWERY PROCESS
Beer and  Stout   Non-Intoxicating,  But
the Flavor and Sparkle is
Unimpaired,
tC)      the I Crease  IU   OOlll   ieceijus  umi   aiupmi.ii'3    .***    wwuhuvi   ii,.m   iug  v.t-t    ��,u-   du   m-    iwuuuimiu,        ihi
Tender  due entirely to the dry. hot weather  sistent, and the prices offered were so   126,155   barrels
li. C
B. C, o oupation barrister
. tends to apply for permls-
n base  the   following   de-
n la
. icing  at  a  post   planted on
will be received until 4:00 p. m., on
Monday,   February   13,   1911,   for   the
instruction of a Steel Tug Boat for
Vane eu er. B. C.
Plans, spei itication and form of con-
trs '  can be .-een and forms
.  .  lng   at   a   post   planted  on , be  ^ jQrme   q. ^.ground was nu.de up to a ren.arkah
b   't IVi miles northeast der obtaJned ,lt ,,��� ,,,   ,.   lf ,,   A.  extent, and the when  crop of  191
,.:  point, Jervia Inlet, and Ba gu Dredges, New , will go well over the hundred mlllloi
C.  Ki'.iains  Northwest Cor- WeBtmlnster   H. C, Wm. Henderson, One of the features of the report her.
:          ..   ���  (.ast   20  dia.ns.  thence ,fesi,ient  Architect. Victoria. B. wltb   submitted,   is   the   Increasing
thence
iJ^-^|^B. ains
thence   west
bains, more or less, to beach, thence
-
V'     ; ������"h '�� i'L"' 'f '',;1
-   and   containing  40  acres
CECIL KILLAM.
J, A. LKWIS. Agenl
vember 29, 1910.
first place, an.l tbere has been a de-  nary  years  have  heen exported,  but] Great   Britain  and   313,570   to   New
^^^^^^^^^^p"he   United   States   teok
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ which    was    h.emht
which marked the month of dune and high, thai In view of the somewhat , mainly for re-export to the West In-
which vvas so extreme for a time as slack tone of the Hritish market, men | dies or Central America, showing that
to create the Impression that the crop with cattle to sell favored the markets while ten years go the l'nited States
would he an almost total failure. With near home. The consumption of local . had plenty of her own Hour to export,
the coming of rain in duly, and sub- butcher cattle showed an increase fori she has now to draw on Canadian re-
i Con-1 sequently favorable weather, lost, the year of about three thousand head ! sources. According to the return just
j ten-1 ground was made up to a remarkable   and a  new  feature of the trade  was   mentioned the trade to Great  Britain
...  ....   __���������    _��   mm   tjie collecting in Manitoba of   over   a   has   grown   from   455.075   in
thousand  head of oxen which   were 1,877,436 in tsiu.
shipped  to  western  farms,    The only.     With   a'view  of
unsatisfactory   feature of  the   cattle proportl
trade for the year was the fact that'���*~J '
there was such small improvement
ion.
,0iEsq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. I with submitted, is the Increasingly
C, and on application to the Post- large amount which ihe west has
master at   Vancouver,  B. C. I drawn   from   sources  other  than   her
1900  to
ascertaining  what
London. Jan. 18,���Chemist Over-
beck, Who announced lately that he
had discovered how fo make alcohol
without fermentation, has patented a
process for dealcoholizing malt liquors. A company is being formed to
operate under the patent. The first
brewery will be started. shortly at
Grimsby. Mr. Ovei beck says the
method is completely successful. It
prevents beer and stout from being Intoxicating, while leaving the flavor,
sparkle ami palatahility unimpaired.
Fifty-two experts tasted the dealco-
bolized beverages, and more than half
of them were unable to distinguish between them and tliose containing alcohol. Others detected a subtle dif-
| ference. which would not he apparent
: to the average taster. The process is
applicable to all beers, and it will be
I possible for teetotalers to drink Bass
��� and other familiar ales without break-
| ing the pledge. The new company
buy   famous  brands
the
Ni
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Persons tendering are notified that! wheat, showing that slowly
tenders win not bi  i msidered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and  Blgned   with  their actual   signatures,   statins:   their   occupations   and,     -_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
places  ol   residence.    In  the  case ol   broughl the west  $48,181,548.35
tinn-.   the   actual   signature,   the   na-1 has been realized from:
tme ol   ��� bi     ci upatlon an l  place ol
i esidi nee of i ach meml er of the flrm
but sure- the   average    weight,   only
In
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ixteen
ly, the west  is  becoming truly agri-!pounds, there vvas practically no im-
cultural, and is not merely devoted to provemenl in the dressing mu weight.
growing   of   wheat.      While  the  showing   that   a   very   large   percent-
marketed    has! age of  unduly  thin catt.e  had   been
_       ���   ,,      I proposes  to   buy   famous  brands,  de-
lon Of the crop of 1909 was ex-\ alcoholize them  and  put  tliem  on the
market, with the familiar labels, with
8 blue ribbon attached, to designate
that   they  are  not   intoxicating.
Mr.   Overbeck's   discovery   lias    another side.    He says that every hogs-
heal of beer dealcoholized by hls pro-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_. cess will  vield  about  three gallons of
wheat exclusively
ported in the form of flour, the large
mills doing the great bulk of Canadian export trade were appealed to.
and eacli mill has furnished their actual figures of export and those have
been totaled showing that the large
milling   companies    grinding   western
wheat   crop    so    far    marketed    has: age  of  unduly   thin  catt.e   ..__       ���    r     D _ |re5S Mll  )lmu BO,
there  marketed. wheat exclusively exported during thejproof spirit     This forms an excellent
 p^p^pj H��9S- year   l'.Un.  .VJL'v.Vn   barrels  of   dour. ! miM   whisky,   which   can   be   sold    ,.-
Cattle crop    $99,568,611.00      The only satisfactory feature of the To thus must he added all the   com-|sucb.    it burns clearly   and   steadily
Ne.v
Wfstminster  Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
^_t
Dis-
inust   be  givei^^^^^^
Each  tender must be accompanied
, by an accepte I che | ie on a i bartered
Take notice  thai   Clint   E.   Dicker-   banq, payable to the order of the Hon-
'   ouver, B. C, occupation  ourable the Minlstei ol Publl   Works,
Intends to apply fo   pi      .       ; ,,, ,,.��� ,,., ,.,.,,, , lM p c * 0f the
���' ���' ,:'" following de   _m0unl    I  the tender, which will be
forfeited  II  the  ; erson  tenderin
***���   :l   I' '���-'   Panted  on   cyne  to enter  Into  a contract   when
n Billings Bsy, Nelson Is-  called upon to do b , or fall to com
ng i'   R No   1678 an l   ; |ete the w  rk i oni   .   ���    for    If the
.     ... rmi ns    North-   tender   be   nol   acci pted    tl e   i heque
tl em ����� s uth CO cl aku,  -,..:: ���,   ret irned. i
est 80 i hains, thenci   non        -r,,.  De   .... . . .  a, es   ,_, ,  blnd It-
more or less to    leach.   w  ���       aceepV the lowest or any tender.
i'.  oi 11
R. C   DESROCHERS,
.-���   n
: . | artmenl i I  Public Works, Ottawa,
.ry   12,   1911.
N�� w   | a; i : - will n  l be pal 1 foi  I
advertisement   if they  Insert  it  withoul authorit) from the Department.
Hogs     	
Sheep     	
Butti r and i   eese
Potatoes,  roots  anl
crop      	
ine vuiiv   >.. i ish M tm \   le.tiuie oi   ine      L    v   ���	
1,538,620.61   h,m trade was the    uniformity    high bined export of the
2,448!l55 H
has
!i". trade was the uniformily high "Ined export of the smaller mills of hrithout fumes. If dealcoholized b
price paid throughout the year. The Uhe west> some of which have worked I becomes general, spirits will be j
prices  touched  as  high  as   $10.50%,  UP a ver>   considerable export trade.. duced In such quantities as w   i
and the lowest recorded price for the : Considering that the year 1910 was re-1 t;le market.   It could then be used
..     m i. .  ^    _ e   t-a. l       ���*-  .- .,    rm.   .      (T-irHta i     hv    niillovi;    bg    -j     \,;,A    vpar    f."��" I  .   ., _�� .     ��,.��,; ~\.   mt.k*   Vi��   .mk
T.SlS.OOO.O'i  year was that of De ember, $7.80.The   garded by millets ss a  bad year
 1 falling  off   In  receipts   amounted   to  *,MW   tiie  above   flgures   are   more
6,447   head,  and  a large  percentage   lhan   satisfactory,   showing   for
of brood sews were marketed. la:"-e western mills alone a gain over
Sheep. ' the  official  year   for   the
$21 "' 7.7"" 20
15,1 33.10
Total     ���__!
Poutlry from  Man.'
farm    products    other The receipts   of shejp   -   iwed   a   '
than grain of     $21.612,610'.30   verj   gratifying   increase,   6554   head
or nol  : r from  ball of i'e value cf  for the year.
the whe I    ' It  nv,:st te  borne  In mind  ln con-1
Wheat   Accounted    For. ''   ';:- ,he  ver>'  ?veat  satisfac- ',
i.i���   over  the   increase  in   li v.-   st >ck
ide to
If dealcoholized beer
pro-
! the market.    It could then be used the
for ; game as ; etrol, which might be ouste I
��� - | from the market. Whisky-driven aul >-
'   ::iobiles. autoboats .: I aeroplanes are
,yer [a possibility of the near I .rare.
whole   of |
A STUBBORN CINDERELLA
MOVING  PICTURES AT   DEPOT.
Will
t inspi    ��� '
, ong beai h to place
(. nd c ntaini -
��� BS
CLINT B. DICKERMAN,
i    V LEWIS, Agi nv
.    . mber 28, 1910.
, .   ,    tion
___^^^_______________________Bf,    - - another    	
"',-t,:'' ,r'   " . V   ', '   -   '���     :-! that the Canadian west
'    Bdfe**-1e'*-t' . been 61       mg and
^o*^ ���-?'?9552? I breeding st    ,      it  there Is, a-
Amuse Waiting  Patrons  and  An-
p^p^p^p^p^p^p^^^p^^^^_^^_^_^^^^^^J      nounce   Tra n
Of all the musl    ' esses - I    Pittsl   .:-.  Ian.  18,���Moving picture
een  produced  ln  recent  y  ..       -    srs to while away the time while
no work of    the    kind  has sur]    ss    ll waiting   tor   trains  will  he   presented
In   popularity  that   of   Hongh,   Adams I tree   to   travellers over the Pennsyl-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
-. of New Westrr.instet.
Take i      e thai   Leslie  L   Di iker-
iver, B, C, oc cupal I m
i ti nds io applj  for pi
��� li tse the following de-
*****
���S-mab*
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
Making total ol  bushels   . ..91,99��,"75
Assuming that tbe estimate ol 101,-
els     was     correct,    thi !
��� '. . - In the ���       ���       bands to < ome
���   rd, less than  10, i busi < Is
li is probable, however, that that es
tlmate, made as It was before anv
threshing has been done, was some
what conservative, and that, possibly.
��� ere is. ai  the presenl  time, about j farm
10,000    bushels    in    the    t.irmois'  ������-'���"
hands lo come forward
The pi li e al  which the wheat  Iin
been Bold  has been on  ihe   avera��<
ly, an eia . :   high ; i Ices and lig
receipts in ston
Horses,
ln tbe inaiter ol  horses, Winnipeg
is ;���. buying rather than a selling market, thai is. the bulk of the trade is in
burses   brought   from   eastern   Canada
I for work In tho cities   and   on   the
Tl ����� facl  Ihai  horses   to   the
and   Howard's    "A   Stul born  Cinder
ella",      which    Charles   A.    Qoettlei
[will  present at tlie Westminster Opera bouse on Saturday evening.
'    The  re.'.sous  tor  "A  Stubborn  Cln-
.   derella's"   popularity   are   easily   e\
plained   In ihe first   place ll   differs
widely trom the uaual musical com
dy  in thai  there Is not  s Una from
lie     hOglUUlU.    that     can   be     mliiciin
The    right    to   cut
Commencing at a post  plained on license on  Berth No. 531, comprising
, .   , .       ���   ,.,.,t side of Sechelt In- the roll iwlng lands in the Provii
���  .- northeast   corner ol British  Columbia,  will  be offered  al
ni marked "L  L. Dick- public auction al  the  upsel  price ol
,'.,..i    Corner,"   thence jum no, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednes
thence easl 20chains, day, the 29th daj  ol  March next, al
' chains,  thence east the office ol  the    Dominion    Timber
' Agent in  New Westminster
n'"1<'1    about  three  cents a  !  :��� . "I  li   s than
e or less t i the beach.
th and west ahum beach to
. nl   an l   containing   '*i'20
* ��� ; less.
LESLIE K. DICKERMAN,
J.  A.  LKWIS.  Agent
Dati        ��� tti1 er 29, 1910.
THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
- I to section J of the navlga-
i ���  .' iti   i protection net  tit  8. Can.,
cap 115), notice Is hereby given that
there       ' een deposited in the office
ol thi  d Inl ter of public works at Ottawa, ai d a duplicate In the ofllce of
the regl  tl ir  of deeds  at   New   West-
minster, British Columbia, plans and
.  of  the  site  and  side  ele-
��� proposed railway wharf to
ted at   Port Mann,  British
.md   that   one  month   after
the first Insertion of this notice, the
'  pai    will apply to the Governor
' n 11 for the approval thereof
il    Toronto,   Ontario,   this
. titb  dav   of  December,  1910.
K.'ll. M. TEMPLE,
Assistant Bolicltor
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Timber   Keith   No,   631,   situate   in
the Province Ol British Columbia. Ml
Township 5, Range 27, west of the
Sivth   Meridian,   and   comprising   that
poi'tion of the northeast quarter ot
Section ii. not covered by Berths -il':i
and 471, and containing an area of SO
acres, mine or  less.
A license will not be Issued until
the full amount Oflthe purchase price,
and the grounl rental for Ihe llrst
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained In the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to ths
undersigned, or to the Crown Timbei'
Agent, at  New  Westminster.
P, 0,  KKVKH,
Secretary
Department of the Intel lor,
Ottawa, December 23rd, 1010,
for   1909,   tl e   short   crop   n 'I   hav or.
brought   : i  ��� er pi r es. b    ��. a ftrtnb
. tl. by  many  farmer,   la tin   Can
,11.111 West. RUBSla had Ion big B ' '",��
and   was  ti 0  anxious  to  | ell   ll   to  | et
mil of our shortage affecting wo', i
markets. The price, however, hie-
i een a profitable on i, for allow lng
that it now costs on 'be avenge 66
rents a bushel in |noiluee vvloat. there
is an excellent margin to the farms.'
in   the   priCSS   WhlOll   hS   bus   receive I
tills   veal
Co��'��e    Gi.'ln.
There ban been ��� very marked r��i
ling orr in ths i iits or oats   mnt
luillev . und tie prleeii or i'!il�� bn i
been hIIkIHIv lower Mum thnt id Inal
veal,    while    bill lev      wim        '       *     '**'
Hume     Kiuv   however,   lu
new record, not only Is thi
value ot $1 10,000 have been broughl   sirued    it  is funny,   bul  tha fun Is
in through the porl ol Winnipeg I clean, there Is nol n line kl which
alone shows thut thero Is an Immense even iho mosl captious could lake
iieii for the breeding or horses In the ofrencs The other reason Is Ic the
Canadian wesl and thai tho tlmw mu li Therd are more Utftfl iwenl
when the horses will be superceded a charming musical numbers > i, .
v ti.e uioioi iractoi Is still fai trom  i��vei i n   .tvon ta a   work or this
about   tiiui'i'ii'i th
ii niii'i'-
.mount
forward larger thau ibm or inm oni
but tiie price has been abnormally
high, mul i hi- profli on ��ii im ei ip i inn
UIOIOI.
Live    Html-.
The   veur    1010   hOR    1 ""'li   n    Wl "id
year   In   live   ItOOlt     mm rtiii-nl     In    ix
greatei extent than any previous ven-.
in the history of tht Canadian wesl
Dairy     Product*.
in spite of the fai t thai the ex
iieiueiv iirv year In ��� me lection
made the feed snd watei scon s I he
dair) returns from the three provinces show gratifying Inotease nnd
the totni received from these sources
la verj large
Alberta.
The   II ���.men   for     lbl��     pioilnce   rm
i poo tu i. as follows
i teniiiii\ iniiii'i 1,800000
Cheese 108,000
The   Intiil   untile   In   Unci   who   8,6.0,
llllll    (omnia,    I In,    nviiiiif.il    pi li ct    . .1 .ii,
^^___^^^^^_
pi mini I a
i     into
      I I
'.UK  '.!. ,     ftleiwIllH     "ll     I"'  I11H513      III       I llo
I nine   i.r   ilull V   plinlii' la   tm    lulu   nl    ?l
|  | ' 'I | ,   III. I li Io     ..I    i ��� .in -ci     in net     I io
lliblt-il    till    ntinl tllieiQ   tillniillll    fol     li i' III o
I m|i = IIIiI|'I I'.n Wlltl@    Hie-     I nt nl 11=     f"i
Allinlln    allow    n    allalil    i|tn ictnoo     Hila
la    lint     In    liri    wolnlcnr. 1    nl    III     'to
tin- rn. i Mini iin- whole ,,f ,ho *
I   VgltlS   (lain.iillll
The    tnlot    vnlllr.   or   llnitl
toi     llie    wnalciin    pii'tlinoa    ti
vv,ia jL'.tts.i. r. ii   i r..i   I960
kind   iioui the opening chorus until
the iin.tie there Is h flow of melod)
tiuii iei onlj i loi es 'i ������ 'ii h it I?
of   lh.it    qUftllt)    Which   oie i-    Lean!   i-
noi easily forgotten "A Stubborn
Cinderella" Is being presented y.ini
all tin- attention to detail thai pharos
ii-ii/e.-. a Charles Qoettlei producing
The scenery, properties snd tttwtti
are r|"i oew and (he costufljes sre
gorgeous in ibHi beauty
,. ���
.   ly    .   .p��,,i|lllll��
\\ nalillig I on.    Inn I,"        'I lio      Itmiac
Itntar     pnaaoil     Ilia    mill)-     a. pi npl lal Inn
phi, pi ii v iiihiE  im   iiid c, be. ell di -
f.l 1 llllll llllll
v.nia i ailroad soon. ,ts a result of nc
gotlatlons now being conducted by the
railroad and the Exhibitor's League
of   Moving   MctHre   Men
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Three of the prominent people with
.TTi^fc iiidere'.li" at the Opera  House Saturday evening. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
1911.
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Polish Your Furniture
witli Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves unit brings out natural beauty of
tbe wood, It produces a rich, artistic
fln'sh. to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you vvill see how
muct better It is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for AU
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor all dancin.   tloors.
You can get Johnson s free booK,   The
Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
,   and Furniture" and these preparations of
j ANDERSON & LUSBY J
COLUMBIA STREET.
The school estimates for 1911 will
be considered' at a meeting of tho
board of trustees this, evening.
For Delta acreage, larg'e and small,
priced right, see Keid. Curtis & Dorgan, .706 Columbia street, **
The continued v.of 'weal her has
completely stopped work on the propose.! new sidewalk on McKenzie
street.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A.
tram office.    Phone .'UO.
Reid, next
Twelfth street:
.terms to
Shiles   &
Modern   home    on
large lawn, tine view, Huwi
be arranged.       See  White,
Co.
The Beaver has been sent to Victoria for repairs and will not he
back on the Chilliwack run again for
some lime.
*
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
Good house on three corner lots, on
car line, all in orciiaul: J44Q0, on
terms to be arranged. See
Shiles & Co.
White.
* ��
For particulars apply to -
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
'THE
milABLE.
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V V'VJ(!/BI Uli I  I
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JTCCl���MylUC
For the famous
South
Bend
Malleable
Range
The best made
on the market
James & McClughan
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
Twenty-four prisoners were taken
from tlie provincial jail here to Victoria yesterday. They were, in charge
oT Inspector Gamble.
Most of the lumber mills in the city
will be working at full capacity today, after closing down for some days
on account of the water shortage.
The business conducted for some
years at the Merchants hotel by lieu-
ben Elley has been sold to Joseph
Reid and Charles Lewis, of this c.ty.
The annual meeting of the directors
of the lt. A. & I. society will be held
in this city on February 10. It is
expected that a large proportion of
the out of town directors will be pres
ent.
George W. Johnson, formerly with
the Salmon River Lumber company, is
building a sawmill with a capacity of
20,000 feet a day about three miles
east of Sperling, on the B. C. E. lt.
line to Chilliwack.
Full 66-foot lot on Fourth avenue,
near Second street, comfortable 7-
rcom bouse with full cement basement, only $3000, easy terms; only
small cash payment White, Shiles
& Co. **
Alphonse Goettler, business manager of "A Stubborn Cinderella,"    has
Ibeen commissioned by the C. P. 11. to
prepare  a  report  on  all tho  theatres
land opera houses in Hritish Columbia.
i The reports will be incorporated    in
Ithe publicity literature of the railway
! company.
Mr.  W. Waugh Lauder, of Chicago,
pianist and lecturer, will give a series
of   eight   lecture-recitals   or   talks  on
1 the piano, in St. Patrick's hall, February 1st. Und 3rd and 6th.    Miss Mar-
1 guerite   Lauder,  soprano  soloist,  will
assist.   Under   auspices   Educational
Club.    $1.60 for course of lour, single
admission at door tide. **
It was announced late last night
that the steamer Paystreak would
��� ��� a trip up the river on Friday
m rning. She wi.l piobably not go
��� Whounock, and no.freight will
be accej te,l billed past that point. It
Is eported that the ice is very heavy]
even on this side of Whonnock.
The file brigade was called out
early yesterday morning to put out a'
blaze In the wooden fence ;.t the
, real of the 11. C. Telephone office on
. Clarkson street. The janitor had
thrown some hot ashes against the
feme and it had caught lire. The
chemical engine was the only apparatus called into play in quelling the
tlaines. ���"���       ' ;,; " ���.
In the county court yesterday the
trial of Wilson vs. The Milinekahd.i
Dairy company and Wilson was heard
and judgment, reserved. In the t.i.ii
of E. .1. Fader vs. The Fraser Rivet
Brick and Tile company judgment was
given for the plaintiff fhr the amount
of the claim, something over $7u. The
case of Smith vs. Ga.al.ier will be
heard this morning.
\V. II. Keary, secretary and manager of the R. A. Ai I. society, has been
asked to attend a meeting of the
managers of all western exhibition';
in Regina some time in March. The
Idea is to have a meeting for the
general discussion of fair matters
with the object of taking some concerted action in the matter of express
and freight charges of goods and
stock for the different exhibitions.
General attractions and other subjects of interest will be discussed, it
is net known yet whether Mr. Keary
vvill be able to go.
Mrs. T. R. Pearson will not receive
again until the lirst Thursday in
Marcli.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
pet bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 21)8 **
The Aldergrove Quadrille club will
hold a masquerade ball on Tuesday,
February 14.
The pioneers of Murray's Corners
held an enjoyable dance in Murray's
hall yesterday evening, a number of
city  people attending.
All members of the Westminster
Benevolent society are requested to
attend the annual meeting, which is
tn be held In the board of trade room
this afternoon.
Teachers wanted for evening
classes, this city. Day school teachers
eligible. Applications received till
Thursday, January  19, at 6 p.m.    R.
Lennie, secretary **     f
"The Honeymoon Trail" will be
the attraction at the opera house this
evening. According to advance notices
this musical comedy is well worth
witnessing.
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.    411 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOWJI
DID    NOT    SIGN    SURNAME.
Widow Placed Only Half Her Name at
Foot   of   Will.
Toronto. Jan. 18.-���There were two
unusual le.ituies to the will of the
late Mrs. Harriet I'endiick, which
was filed for probate in the Surrogate
court yesterday. One 'peculiarity was
that Airs. I'endiick, in signing the document, wrote only Harriet, forgetting
to add the rest of her name. F. W.
Kiiigstone acted as witness, stating
that it vvas so dark at" tlie time that
he was unable to see whether the will
was signed in full nr not*" He was
sure that was thi ri_hL?v,d.icument,
however, and the jfeutt JEcatated it as
such. Thu other peculiarity wns that
Mrs. I'eii.liick stated positively thai
she did noi want her son Richard to
share In the estate *_\ Feaion was
assigned. The i^Ttrto-Tra .���worth $.|,-
326, of which $4000 was tbe value of a
house in Argylc sireet. Five children
Bhare equally in tbe real estale, but
a special gift of $500 is made lo her
daughter Alice.
The Public
Supply Stores
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Alteration Sale Prices
For the Third Week of Our Big Sale
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The substantial lowering of prices on all lines throughout the store has resulted in a large Increa'
of business during the last two weeks. We sacrificed our profits in order to clear out the heavy ovi
stocks and broken lots. While alterations are going on we are attempting to take stuck. VVe an
ing slow progress, hut as day by day goes by lines are turned out lrom their resting places and
a new price Price cards Indicate the downward trend on all these special lots.
.    EVERYTHING  IS  REDUCED  IN   PRICE.
I Len
Blankets of Quality at
Low Prices
A cold weather snap such as is now upon us brings a heavy de
mand for Blankets. We are well provided with Blankets, in fact
overstocked. Our prices were made low on account of the big alterations forcing us to lower them. You profit by our action, now when
you need them most. '"Ji-a;;',
A Special Blanket at a Low
Price, $3.50 per pair
We could buy White Blankets to sell at lower price than asked
for this line. We could not, however, obtain anything like the same
quality and that is what is most apparent in all Hlankets we handle.
This special line is always our Special Blanket at $4.25 and $4."ul.
Buy them now at, per pair $3.50
15 pairs extra heavy white
Blankets, $6.95 per pair
Two sizes only, Oil by SO and 68  by 88,  Heavy
Fleecy     Blankets.
Pink or blue borders.    Regular values   $K.(i0  and
$8.60.    Sale  price,
Eiderdown   Comforters, $5.15 each
Regular $6.00 to $7.00 Value-,
Many  people  when  buyh *
Comforters will buy nothing
bU(   those   flUed   with   .    .
down. The wei. lit ol a   I
comforter is scarcely notice
able, yet  warmth Is secun
a*    under    no    other    bed
covering.    Here is an     ,
tuillty   tn   secure   a   Hpli    ,    ���
Down Comforter, 60   by
inches,  in  combinations   ol
pink, blue, green, cream el
an sateen heing the mate,   ,
used as covering, Well filled
Sale price, each   $5.15
Turkey Chintz Comforters, $5.15 each
Comforters very heavv
thick and filled with p,,,',!
white cotton; PjZe 72 by 7S
inches, which is very large
for a comforter, Regular
values $6.00 to j:.,,,, g
juice, each   $5.1-,
Dark  Covered Comforters, $1.45 each
.iccial
Ci
18 Pairs of Grey Blankets,
$2.95 per pair
Regular $3.50 and $3.76 values,
inches, 6-lb. weight.   Sale price-������
Grey   Blankets   about   68
by   86
. .$2.95
30 pairs of odd Blankets
at $5.35 per pair
All Wool Blankets in the following si/es:  64 by s:\ 66 by st. 74
by 84, 58 by su and GO by su.    They are heavy, anl shown with pink
or  blue  borders.     A   lew  pairs  slightly soiled.    Regular $6.00 to $7.mi.
Sale price, 1 er jiair $5.35
Special Prices on Wool and Cotton Crib Blankets
a:
P 11
Our regular
forter at $1.75 each, si/,. 1.,
bv    7.'.  covered    with dark
materials.
4 sizes at $1.95 each
���lu by 71', 66 by 7.'. 7: y ���
Tl'. 7.' 'by 78, wiih light
dark colored coverings.
white cotton filling.    Regul i
values  Jl'.TiO  to  $3.00,
price, each  $1.95
Heavy   Warm   Comforters, at $2.95 each
~2 by 7_' Inches, pure white
filling with a wiih- ran
coverings,      Regular
value.    Sale price, ca. h $2.95
Crib   Comforters
at $1.95 each
Si/e   36     by   60     Iii' . '���-
"Maish"    Comforters     w
coverings  featuring   nursen
rhymes   an.l   designs     fl
and convential patterns   on
coverings   the   ground
which Is nearly alvvav -
Regular   price   $2.50.
price, each   $1.95
All furs at reductions one-
Remember the special  low
One
lot      of      Coating:,
beaver,
broadcloths,     heavv
third   to   one-half   less    than
prices   of   Children's   Coats;
weights
for   coats   or   capes
Regular
prices $1.75 to $3.50.
regular.
they must be cleared out.
to clear,
per yard      $1.35
W. S. COUJSTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $6,20(1,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Bank has l,.r> branches,
extending in Canada lrom the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford every  hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
- > ���#* **.��**<���
January Sale
of Furniture
j Five and Ten Acre Blocks
is in full swing
CLOVERDALE���Five acres, a new house and good barn, best of goo 1
soil for market, gardening. Adjoins Cloverdale townsite where
you have many city conveniences anl the electric car to market.
Price   $2800.    Easy   terms to arrange.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres fu ly cleared. This also adjoins lhe town
of Cloverdale and vvill make a first class market garden or poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange on easy paymens.
f. J. Hart Mo., Ltd.
Vancouver
Victoria
Chill
lwacl
Aldergrove
every article in the store reduced
���you won't find just a few articles marked low
for a catch, THIS IS A GENUINE SALE.
See These in Our Window:
Golden quartered oak Rocker with
cobbler seat; the best value in the
city for, each   .   .   .    $4.95
Couches, covered with block velour in red, brown and green colorings; this is a very strongly
constructed couch and is most
attractive in appearance. January sale, each    .   .     $4.95
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth  Streets        New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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