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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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VOLl'ME ,ri, NUMBER 301.
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Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 27, 1911.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
OUT IN
SMALL TOWNS IN DISTRICT]!
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Mission  and  Abbotsford  Under   Qarantine   Law -Three
Cases Reported From Vancouver--Dr. Fagan to Investigate Conditions at Chilliwack Today
���Westminster Not Affected.
LIBERAL MEETING  TONIGHT.
An important meeting of the Liberals of this city and district Is
to be held in Eagles hall, Columbia street, at eight, o'clock this evening, when matters of urgency are to be brought up for consideration.
A representative attendance is desired, as the main question to be
discussed, ihe uivisabiity of call lng a convention for the purpose of
nominating a candidate for the ne\ t federal election, Is one of great
importance to the city and distil !t.
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With   three   cases   of  smallpoj     In probable  that   the  same  ban   wiil    be
uver, thirty In  Mission,    nine- ���ia��� n passengers who   wish   to
teen  In  Abbotsford and    several    in leave Chilliwack
-,       v It   railway   camps   around]    The inspection of the C. P R trains
va"k  Mimas and other places In is being looked after bs Dr Paean Ho
Ou  Fraser valley, it would seen, that will have a man board the trains some
Biitlafa Col.in.iiia laces the worst epl time after leaving Mission a        <SS?
ol the dread disease in ber ins        '
lory.
Ion
ENGLISHMEN BUYING    PORIfR PEELS BILLS
ON ANNACIS ISLAND1 OFF PRESIDENT'S ROLL
High Prices Paid For Land- Sir William Mackenzie's Man
watch win be kept on all who might
be Infected with tne disease.
it is iii the country around Mission
that    the   disease   seems   to   be   most
prevalent and it is there that the moi'
rigid  precautions arc-  being  taken
Business at  a  Standstill.
The schools and churches have been
closed at Mission, Matsqui and Abbots-
board a nain    and    the    roads   are. lord  and  business
ami Abbotsford have been
ti l  by   Provincial   Health    Offlcei
i . . .in and  by  Dr.  Underbill, Van-
.   ;  health officer, and liave been
pia ed under strict quarantine,
Bpeclal  police  lmve  been  sworn  in
al both places:  no one is allowed    to
430 Acres Sold Outright-
Many Options Secured.
Friday Falls Before Sudden
Temp, ation���Caught.
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patrolled to prevent, all egress.
Several Cases in Vancouver.
Vancouver cas
The
which     (
iii  those places is
practically at a standstill.
In Mission no one is allowed to en-
Ilining the past few days represe i-
tatives of English capitalists have
purchased heavily on Annacis Isiand,
buying outright in some cases and
taking options in others. The reason
for the sudden revival of interest in
this  locality  is  not  divulged.
Included among tliose wbo liave dis
Mai
STILL KNOCKING
The policy of knifing the R. A. &   1. society and the further endeavor to
put   'he exhibition out  of existence as  far   as    New   Westminster   is   com
ceiiied. is still being steadily pursued by the Columbian.    In an article prin;
ed last night under a news heading,   although     written     editorially,     and
Which  seems to have been inspi.ed  by   Mayor  Lee, as he  is  mentioned a-*
not having heen "asked to supplement the request of tlie Board of Control
for assistance to the it. a. _ i. society." und evidently his nose is put out
of joint I hereby, i hough all, r his chi ash action in connection with the si n.
ing of a cheque, and the many knocks lie has given ihe exhibition, whv lift
should be tagged after we fall to see.
The main point of the article, however, is to prevent the H. A. & f.
society getting a grant from the Provincial government as it goes out of
its way to utter the following: "In view of the announcement, however,
thai ihey ithe provincial government) would cease to assist fairs in the-
province, it is an open question whether the required grant will be niada"
Tls easy to see that the wish of Lhe Columbian and its advisers, is father
tO the thought, and it pressure can be brought to hear to prevent a grain
being given ii will be used, and thus another boost wlH be given our
sister city,  and  another  knock  deal Ni i Westminster.
It is not usual, never has been usual, for delegations to    make public
business of this nature: it is far powerful  delegations to interview the premier and ministers, get favorablj
government   will do for tliem.
It has taken many yeais to bui d up the R. a. a I society, the whole
of the province is unanimous for it, hut it will tumble in Short order witli
the atacks now being made, which j, -imply playing hard and strong int >
the hands or Vancouver, and though v.e are loth to believe it, this seems to
be the deliberate intention.
received, and  then  announce  what the
Ottawa, Jan. 2C���Sir Wil  am
kenzie, president of the ('. N. k., wa; '
made the victim of a daring robbery
by the porter of his own private car
during  his  recent   visit  here.
He had  an appointment    with    the!        The gentlemen connected with tl.e R. A. & 1. society are    anions    mn-
S^^ffWj?  Hetd'r -TrMMm- Tly ""  ViC^,S ***** n��W b6in* -* ��� �� "���
"U.   tei a railway car and passengers trans-   i'0***** ��f their propeities on the island   der his pillow a roll of $fioou in bills : lTaPP, president of the society, had the temerity to oppose his worship
and in his haste he did not. put them   at the last mayoral contest? If such is the case, Mr. Trapp's long and hon-
away, but wrapped them in his night j orable connection with the city of New Westminster   will
shirt, trusting that the employees of i unscathed  through
the train would guard it  for bim.
When the porter made up the room
about half the island being practically   he came unexpectedly on the roll and
under options. overcome   by   the   sudden   temptati in
The prices paid vary,    running    in   he stripped two $600 bills frcm    thi   ing the R. A. & 1. society will come o
from  being  severe and for almost   'SOTll(' ras('^ a* high as $.ritiu per acre,   outside of the roll and left Ottawa on
i d ihe most serious development   ferring are shipped direct from one cai
' of the epidemic yeslerday are not very  into another and not allowed to even
aerio if   bul   it   Is thought that there   touch the platform,
must be many more people affected by First  Cases   Not  Severe.
ease walking about the streets.1     The epidemic first made its appear-
ase was spotted on the street   anee in Mission and it is thought that
are B, J. Fader, who has sold about
200 acres, John Fulton, who has dispose.! of 80 acres, and C. II. Richardson, whose lad acres have been purchased.     Other   deals   a:e   pending,
it was broughl in from the south In-
some wanderer. Tlie lirst cases were
far
by Dr   Underbill himself.    He noticed
marks on a man's face and    immediately bad him taken to the Isola-
"���"   hospital, a week the doctors did not awake to
ll  jubsequently  developed  that the  the seriousness of tbe situation   When
me from Abbotsford on the   they  did thev moved  with exiraordin-
W'e
easily   carry   hiim
any ordeal of calumny and slime.
can easily imagine ihe c'aucklings of the Vancouver exhibition authorities at  this latest break, and no doubt   they   are  eagerly   waiting   foi-
the closing up of the exhibition, but we are sure that in spite of this knoc.k-
B, i' I R and had gone over to Van
pou ei from heie on a crowded car
With such Instances brought to the
lon ol ihe authiiiItles it is impossible i" say what may develop
later.
Must Report Suspects.
Dr. Pagan, Dr. Underhill and Dr. J.
II. ���'    ���     in   .."ling  in conceit in    a
deti effort to <iuell  the    out-
��� ��� da] Health Officer S J.
Pearci citj, started out and
erj hotel In Westminster to
e on thi   look out  for anyone    v. b i
looked as il he might have tie dishes of illness iu    the
b promptly reported t'i
thi
Cars to Be Fumigated.
esterday made arrangement ���   everj   B. C. E, li. car
on the Fraser valley   line
��� ������  w ill   board  tl e  train
��� e and every man on the
��� ��� xamlned I efpre he is al-
st off,   Alter the passenger j
'���'���' all been dii charged the cars will
tbon ighly  fumigated  before they
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no cases have been report-
��� -minister.
Precautions at Chilliwack.
in v. em IO Chllllwai k last
night and will lake all necessary pre-
catitioi       ere    He has made arrange-
have all passengers gettitv
("i tin irs, at points where there <s
a 'i"1' ir, examined before they git on
boar'. No passengers will be allowed
on hi  Abbotsford or Sumas, and it    i*
arj su illness and it is the hope of the
authorities that the disease may be
effectively checked.
Worst Outbreak in Years.
The  outbreak   is   by   far  the    most
serious that has occurred on the iu.i*.:
1 for a great many years and it is probable thai  tbere never we e :o many
cases at one time before.
What mattes the situation most seri
ous is the fact that people ha*e be
travelling to and from the affected dis-
trlcts for a week while tae d.sfease
was rampant and there is no means of
ascertaining how lar it nny have extended. Rumors bad been ci: .ulatln ;,
but there ��.s nothing definite known
(until the Daily News yesterdaj morning printed the fait that an epidemic
ol smallpox had broken out.
Smallpox is ene of the most Infectious diseases known. To become
tainted with the germs personal contact is lut necessary. The germs are
carried in the air and anyone in the
vicinity of an afflicted person is liable
j to contract tl.e disease.
Dr. Fagan will le in  New Westminister on Saturday, and in the meantime
the doctors and  health  office s    are
keeping a Btricl watch   oh   develop-
; ments.
No   Deaths   Reported.
So far no deaths from sma lpox have
been reported and it is hoped ihat the
disease  has  not   made  its appearance
in  a  virulent    form      lf    the    disease
proves to be n mild foun of smallpox
no  serious    danger    may    be    appro- !
hended.
Mr.  Richardson's place    has    been  the next train,
farmed for the past seven years,    he      The robbery   was bushed  up.    Mr.
having purchased it in 1903 from F. J.   Mackenzie's own   detective    ran    the
man down at   Windsor.    He still had
The directors  will he able to take care of it, and will have their word
to say at the annual meeting to be held at the city hall on February 10 next.
Coulthard and J. W. 1'ike for $45 per
acie. There is about a third of a
mile of waterfrontage on tlie land, tbe
water being in some places forty feet
deep.
Annacis island, which is almost op-
nosite the rite of Steel City, contains
in--, acres.
tbe bills in  his possession and made
a full confession of the theft.
As the money was recovered ni
criminal action was instituted againsi
the man, but he was dismissed from
the service.
SEVEN GANGS WORKING      TWfcNTY VESSELS MECKE&
ON CITV IMPROVEMENTS'
Of? COAST OE JAPAN
TRADE   WITH   MEXICO.
BIRDMAN   PUNISHED.
of
One
Fined   and     Another   Imprisoned
for Killing Spectators.
Paris. Jan. 26.���Aviator Vanhauten,
������ I o accidentally killed a woman at
issy, has been sentenced he:e t.i-p:i\
a fine of $10 for carelessness and
s-ioiii' damages to in,' womaa's husband,
\t Limoges.   Aviator   BatUod   has
been sentenced to a month's Imprison-  cordln
inert and ?7". fine for kil ing    a    gi:-l
at the aviation meeting there.
Wcrk   Is  Being  F:ushed  Forward  with
All   Possible  Speed���New   Main
on  Royal  Avenue.
Increases  Since   Establishment
Direct Steamship Line.
Montreal, Jan.   26.���The   establish-1 	
ment of a direct steamship service b> I
tween Canada 'and Mexico resulted in j . ]n s, ilc of u,e unfavorable weather
rt big Increase in trade between th.?-work on lhe cily improvemerts is be
two countries hng carried forward expeditiously. Ni
D. A. Ans.'il. Mexican    consul-gen-  less than seven gangs are employed on
eral,  has  just   completed  a  statemeni   ,he different  public works.
Imports and exports tor 1910.    Ac-      Qne gang is working cn the storm
rrom Canada  8eWer on Columbia street eist    and
'   other   sewer   gangs   aie   working
Heavy Storm Takes Toll  of 120 Lives
���American   Boats   Encounter
Rough Weather.
to Mexico total $1,027,400.
ports total $710,500.
NEW ORLEANS TO
GET BIG EXPOSITION
Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 26,���The
house adopte I today the senate s concurrent resolution tnemorallzing eoi-
gress lo submit an amendment to the
federal constitution providing for the
election of l'nited States senators Indirect vole of the people. Tbe bouse
also adopted the senate's resolution I
endorsing New Orleans for the Pana
ma exposition.
PAROLED MEN TO
BE UNADVERTISED   avenue:
aie working on
Seventh Btreet, Eighth Btreet and
Tenth street A waterworks gang ij
working on the new main along Royal
the sidewalk gang is again
busy on the .McKenzie street cement
sidewalk, and another gang of cement
workers is busy on the retaining wall
for the Columbia street extension.
OIL COMPANY BANKRUPT.
CUT OUT THE WINE.
Washington, Jan. 26.���Having reached the conclusion that publicity defeats the object of the parole law, the
federal parole boar 1 heieafter wih
keep secret the names of prisoners
whi) win parole, it  was learned today.
It is  believed     by  Attorney-General J End of Concern that Scld Stock Only
Wicker.sham     and     Robert     Lifdlovv. to Laboring Men.
chairman of tlie parole board, that thai     San Francisco, Jan. 26.���The Sunsat
new  system   will  enable  prisoners  to J National  Oil  company, organized  and
step back into active life again,
'i he unadverUsed parole system haa
Victoria, Jan.   20.���Twenty   vessels.
'were wrecked and ISO men were
drowne.l   during  a  heavy   storm  neax-
[Owaril bay January S, according to advices just received from Japan.
The  Seattle   Main,    which    arrive*!
'yesterday, brought news that the Chicago Maru. her sister ship, waa badly
damaged   while  outward   bound   fiom
' Seattle. Her lifeboats were smashed
and the main saloun was damaged bvr
heavy seas.
i The Hill liner, the Minnesota, is reported to have had a rounh passage-
The Minnesota arrived   rt Yokohama
I two days late on account of a brokeu
propeller shaft.
41-STORY BUILDING.
Great Ofice Structure to Cost Million
and Half.
Seattle, Jan. 26.���Construction of
the forty-one-story smith building,
the highest structure west of New
i'ork City, in Seattle will begin not
latei Mian April l. according, to ad
iei elved   here   fiom    Syracuse,
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McGill  Art Students Will H.ive No Intoxicants.
  Montreal, Jan. 26.���The question h-,
Reduced to Four Per Cent, at Meeting   to    whether    Intoxicants    should    be
of nir^rto.-. i served    at    the    McOill  arts  under-
oi uireciois. graduates' dinner on February 15 or
Lon Ion, Jan. 28.���After B prolonged ; nQ( wa8 setlle(] today. The "drys" de-
discussion the directors of the Rank frate(1 u,e "wets" when the matter
of Kngland today reduced the bank wftB put (Q t,,e vo-e ;lt McQlll univer
rate from V_ to 4 per cent.   This ac j . ,)y ft) )imcl] holH.
The    result    of
obtained    in    California   for   several
ye.us and has proved a siKiess.
BANK  OF  ENGLAND  RATE.
Oppcse  Playgrounds Bill.
Seattle, Jan. 26.���Bitter   opposition
on the part of real estate dealers and
property owners has developed against ' U|.er 0f the state trades council, a.l
the playgrounds bill introduced in the | vertised that stock would be sold on'v
Bury Authar Today.
New York, Jan. 26.���Lying: in state
at the N'ati-nal Arts club, the body sss*
David  Graham   Phillips,    the    autlioi-
assassinated  Tuesday,  was viewed to-
officered   by  prominent   labor  leaders   dav by many of his friends.   So many
of this  state,  vvas  adjudicated  an in-  admirers of the dead  writer sent re-
voluntary      bankrupt      yesterday    by   quests to see his face for a last time
Judge de Haven, of the United States   that plans for a private funeral were
district court. 'abandoned, and public services will be
The company, bended by O. A. held at St. George's Episcopal churcli.
Tveitmoe, president of the Asiatic near where Phillip.3 was attacked, nt
Exclusion league, and secretary-treas-  two o'clock Friday afternoon.
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���V v    plans for the gigantic   offlc :
building have been prepared and New,
Yoil! and Syracuse contractors    have
received copies   of   tbem.   Caggin *i.
Caggln, ihe architects  for the  struc-
''ue. aie now taking b'ds.
The I.   c. Smith building is to cost
$1,500, i. and is lo be of brick, stone
a" I inl, which will make it practic-
;,1! 'iiepioof, and vvill cover an nre.i
;'i i imately HIS bv CHI fe t. In addition io the Torty-one stories the build-
'"- will have a basement and a sub-
1   -  lent
!- 0, Smith, the multi-millionaire
typewriter and gun manufacturer,
m&de i lans for the building when he
"as in Seattle last year. Shortly after
llis n'urn to Syracuse he died.
tion   was  unexpected  in  View  of the |
present  stringency In the money mar- :
ket as indicated recently by burdened
discounts";  but evidently the directors
were guided in their decision by the]
fact that they have absolute control of
the  money   market   through  time  collections and vvill be able to make the |
4  per cent, rate effective.    When  the,
bank returns are published   hey pro'i-
ably  will show a good Increase.
Discount rates in foreign countries,
also are as low us in London and there
is an absence of foreign gold. It Is
believed that the yenr's requirement*
are less pressing und probably thi-
helped to bring down the minimum
rate.
the    polling    was:
Against, LIS; for, IIS.
legislature, a measure which provides
that 10 per cent, of all  land pi ttted
! for sale shall be donated to the    city
, adjacent thereto for playgrounds and
parks.
G. N. R. Official Retires.
Paul, Minn., Jan. 20.���Announce
was made in the Great Northern
.esterday of the resignation of
W. Itroughton, general traffic
manager. Mr. Broughton will become
'���'���'��� resident of the Pittsburg Coal
company.
met
O'tj,
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EAGLE KILLED DEER. |
  ' Bale   Talis
Both  Protected by Law So Spectators  p - W,   f
Dared  Not  Interfere.
Enfleld, Mass, Jan. 26.���A large
eagle, ravenous with hunger, attacked
and killed a deer near here on Monday. Farmers watched the encounter,
but did not interfere as both eagb'
and deer aie protected by law.
When the game warden arrived tie
eagle was feasting on his adversary'.1
carcass.
HAY KILLS A RANCHER
Neck
Io laboring men and among tlie stockholders of the concern are 400 members of the labor unions. The liabilities of the company are placed at $15.-
000 with assets of $10,000. The com
pany has ofiiceS in this city and Las
Angeles.
DRYDOCK  FOrt  LAKES.
of
anH    Breaks
Farmer,
Stockton.    Cal..    Jan.    24.���Charles
Helm, a well-to-do   rancher   of    this
county,  was  instantly    killed    today
through being struck with a bale of
hav while loading a wagon in a warehouse.   The bale fell from a height of
thirty feet  and broke his neck.      Ile
a as about fifty years old and leaves ,i
mother and  brothers und  sisters
iregon.
Bitten by Tarantula.
Seattle, Jan. 2th���As a lesult of hn.-
lng been bitten on lhe wrist    by    a
huge tarantula. Fred Weiner, an em-
Plans to Spend $250,000 in Building
One at Amherstburg.
Windsor, Jan. 2(!.���Plans now in
process of formation, and which are
expected to reach completion w.thin
a short time, call for the construction
of a big drydock at Amherstburg. witli
possibly a shipyard in connection. The
preliminary estimates place the cost
of the new enterprise at about ��
iiuarter of a million dollais. The plans
" of whom
iiiovee of a Seattle commission house,  of the promoters, nearly a
are of a physician,   The  are Canadians, call for a drydock with
in
WOULD NOT DISCUSS IT.
Reciprocity Treaty Terms
Made Public at Washington
is under the
tarantula  crawled   out  of  a  case    of
bananas     anl     attached      itself     to
jWelnefs wrist, and it hung on
tenaciously and could not be shaken
off until dealt a smashing blow with a
I piece of lumber.
MARKED  MAN   PREFERS
STEALING TO STARVATION
a (100-foot capacity in which tlte
largest Canadian bottoms now operating on the Great LaUts could t:e re
ceived.
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Tees Is Ashore.
Vancouver, Jan. 20.���A  wlro-
leas message received   at.   ten
li ck tonight    reported   that
' '' C. I'. R. steamer Tees bad
'  'ne ashore at. Cowlanl Island,
1 kley sound.   The c. s. rev-
1 cutter Tahoma was picked
���   h* wireless and has gone to
! "'' assistance.
Washington, Jan. 2(i.���The Cunadiin
the terms of which
announced this afternoon,    puts
Victoria, Jan. 27.���"anl ain
1 'iHnm. of the Tees, has sent a
wireless message here this
morning that his boat Tees wil
'", floated off at high tide.
Presbyterians Not United on Question i
of Church Union. !
Kingston,   Jan. 20.���The   Kingston
Presbytery met to discuss the Question Of church union which had heen,
deferred from a meeting In BellevUla        ,procity treat>
last  autumn  until  the regular  Marc.i
session.   This was after ft Wjgjji,     & ^^ ^ m   w.pat   ^
CThe  meeting  was    a    special  one,  other grains, dairy    products,    fresh
called by the moderator and was Ob-  fruits, vegetables, flsh, eggs, poultry,
jected to bv Rev. Ur. Mackie, of King-   eattle, sheep and other live animals,
ston  and others on the ground that it \     l!y  its tenns cotton    seed    oil    la
' ' ' placed on the free list by Canada and
lumber by the United States. Printing puper will be made fiee when
Canada removes the restrictions relating to tlie export of pulp wood
COURT REFUSES
TO PROBATE WILL
and the values of the articles which
Canada proposes to allow to enter the
Dominion duty free is $21,968,000.
Ottawa, Jan. 27.���Hon. W. S. Fielding, minister of finance, will move two
resolutions on the reciprocity treaty
in tlie bouse today
New York, Jan. 20��� The will ef
Robert 11. Thompson, a retired mil-
New York Jan 20���"t haven't got llonalre, was refused admission to pro-
a chance In'the world to be on the bate today in Brooklyn by Sunogate
level vour honor. I want to ue, b,u Ketcham, who ruled that the testatwr
when the detectives won't let me earn had for years been under the control
an honest living, I nm going to ge; of supposed advice from the ov**-
mv living dishonestly." I world, conveyed to him   througli    ln��
Harry Baker, twenty years Old, with granddaughter, (who was als:i lii^
no home, made that statement to adopted daughter) Mrs. Marlon Funk.
Magistrate. Kernoehan   ia   the Essex  a medium.
Market  court  today,  when  airaignel|    "A will    which   proceeded    i.n
ir1 f* tt cf""'viT,B a jimmy nnd a
was illegal to discuss a matter which
had been postponed until a definite
time. The presbytery upheld the protests, and the discussion on the matter
vvas not  heard.
skeleton   key.     He   was   arres'ed   by
The  resolution  to  be  proposed  by   i,lU-, n,e n.tii'.en in Pitt street early
Mr. Fielding in the committee on ways   this morning.
and means is the following: I    The prisoner raid he had been re-
That the advantage hereby granted > leased   from   Sing  Sing  a   COU le   of
the  l'nited States sliall extend t.i  norths <i"o. af'er serving si- nnnthi
and  every  foreign  power  which  on suspicion of being a burglar.    He
which proceeded irptn -t
mind so upset and so unbalanced,*"
says the opinion of the surrogate, "is
the product of fraud and void."
to
New Compensation Act.
Toronto. Jan. 20���Chief Justice
_)r William Mere'Ith has been appointed a commissioner to recommend
to the government the form which will
be taken by the Workmen's Compensation act which the government will
introduce to take the place of the
present legislation which has been in
force 25 years.    The new act is    ex-
taw materials such as mica and may be entitled thereto under the has tried since to earn an honest llv
cvnsiim are free to both countries and I provisions of any treaty or convention inc. but from every position he was
p>p!" .    - ��--^ ��� !-.-.- v.1 !������.,. discharge:!  because detectives traced
������������������������������������������
the rales iixed on secondary food pro-1 with his majesty
ducts such as fresh meats, hams, lard.      The other resolution is:
canned  vegetables, flour, cereals and   advantages hereby
other  partly  manufactured   foodstuffs
have been mutually reduced.
The total amount of dut'ea remitted
by tbe United States is $4,860,00(5 an 1
by Canada $2,500,000.
The annual  value of    the    article-!
That Cue him up.
granted to the j Baker said he was desperate and In-
l'nited States shnll extend to the tended to commit a burglary, when ar-
Unlted Kingdom and the several Brit rested, because be had to have food,
ish colonies and possessions with re-! As he vvas being led nvvny. af er bo-
spect to their commerce with Canada, ing held In $1000 for trial, he said:
provlling, however, that nothing here-1 "The only chance us fell ivvs have
In contained shall be he'd to mean an of getting something to ent honestly
I*,.-.--n |n rates of duty now provide 1   Is to get arrested and let ths city feel
[;r. ;u��dlsthKt advancc "^SoX^r^ ZvSmS*** * ^ Entuh ^ *>��. ��
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4 Allen's Forlorn  Hope. ������
��� Victoria, Jan.  20.���Three of   ���
��� the four judges of the cou t ol" ������
��� appeal     today     ordered   that ������
��� Allen be hanged on February 2 ���
��� for   the   murder    of    Captuw ���
��� Elltston on August 1 last. As ������
4 the judges were not uniniiirnis ���
*y In the decision, Allen's cotms I ���
j ���   has the privilege of appealing   ���
4   to the supreme court of Qui-   ���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, ic,i,
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
REAL ESTATE
WE   have   the   exclusive   sale   of   the
following, vi..:
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TELLS OF VISIT
TO SOUTH AFRICA
WANTKD
ei : eller
YOUNG LADY  AS TICK-
al ihe Crystal theatre,
WANTED WE HAVE A CLIENT
who is propnred to buy one to ������
dozen bus north of Sixth avi nue
and vvesi ol Tenth street, if sam ���
aie priced marketably, Reid, Curtl i
& Dorgan, 700 Columbia Btreet,
ON LULU ISLAND ROAD  within city   R Rudolph LemieUX Opti-
limits, live rcomed    house,   newij \ L
mistic for Future of Coun-
agreed to submit ihe matter to arbitration of ii Canadian Jurist, and the
Canadlnn government was asked to
nominate n  man.     Mr.  Lafleur   was,
however,   selected   by    llie   I wo   coun
tries, lis name being among those
submitted by the Canadian Governmenl us suitahle men.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs- A. M.
Malms, 126 Third avenue.
bulll. stands on lot G3 by 140 feet.
Ground  < leared, dry, ditched    and |
thoroughly cultivated,    Price   $050,
$400   cash,   balance   six   and   LWehO
months,
try���Some Problems.
PORT  MANN-
$7350;   lerni:
-12.87 acres
io arrange
waterfront,
NEARLY DIED OF
STONE IN THE BLADDER
NEW   WESTMINSTER   OPERA
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
HOI
One Night Only
LANGLEY���Ranch of 80 acres, lious��,
barn, outbuildings, 30 acres clenre I.
Price $87.50 per acre; balance over
lem' years al 7 per cent.
WANTED    HY    AN    EXPERIENCED
eoai  and dressmaker, work by ths
,la\.     Apply,    Miss    McLean,
Tenth street.
-ill
COQUITLAM���Rochester     road,     91 _,
acres,   Price $0000; one-third cash,
balance 0, 12 and 18 months,
WANTED EXPERIENCED HELP
for small family. Musl be goo;!
plain coolt Besl wages. Apply 201
Columbia street,
] DURNABY���Subdivision
location n Ijoinlng city
new B. C, E. railway
up;  $20 down, $10 pei-
lots on good
limits    and
Trice  $300
month.
WANTED        CARPENTERS,      ME
chanics, homeseekers to help Bettlo
and   build   up   B   new ly   cleared   ( en-
trallj located Biibdiv Islon on street
ear line. We furnish cleared lo .
lumber and material on the ground
;,i cost, You build your ot* n bom i
for resldeuce, renl or sale, or we
will build you a home to sui on
small monthly payments, Cal
Lelbly & Blumer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trusl building, Vai couver, ri'el. 83G5), or 613 Columhla
Btreet New Westminster. Tel.
(AT.    Open evenings till 9 p.m	
CHILLIWACK���160 acre ranch, Clear
ed, close in Chilliwack City, 11 tj
water, bounded on two sides bj
neiiu roads, Price $200 per acre
balance In two years.
"South Allien is nol Canada, but ll
Is iu ii greal country," said Hon. it.
Lemieux,      the     postmaster-general,
when   he   arrived  al   New   York   from
South Africa,
"The chalices for  trade  wilh  South
i Airiea me excellent, if the Canadian
manufacturers vvill only send agents
over there they will find the markel
, the besi they could wish for. S >uth
Africa Is a greal ranching ant
! couni ry,
' ufactun
BUSINESS BLOCK. In heart of Columbia street. Stands on two huge
inis. Present revenue from rents
exceeds L3 per cent. This property
win greatly advance duiing tli"
presenl year, See us for special
tonus, which are easy.
WANTED JAPANE
housework Apply
Dailj   News.
WOMAN FOR
P. O, Box 2D,
WANTED - FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references,
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS    FOR
vate  boarding bouse;    first
board;  all home    cooking,
very  reasonable.    Apply 513
street, city.
PR
class
Tonus
Agnes
WANTED- SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Pull
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Laud, 62 Hustings street  east.
MANUFACTURING SITE In Snpper-
toii, hounded on two side-; by C. P.
railway ami Brunette river. Exceptionally good buy. Price $50,000.
One-quarter cnsh, balance over (our
v ears al 7 i er cent.
FINE  RESIDENCE  In    best    locality,
thirteen rooms.    Stands on  132x132
fi oi   lot,    Price  $10,500.    One-thirl
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months at '
7 per cenl.
CLEARED LOTS (one-fifth of an
acre) facing Lulu Island road and
within eiiy limits. Price Si"11 up,
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and is
months at 7 per cent.
SUNBURY. DELTA,
poratlon liave just
WANTED    WA1TRE!
ly.     Apply  Tiemiei
iS IMMEDIATE
hotel.
WANTED    YiU NG  BUSINESS  MAN:
requires    good    sized,    comfortable
room with partial board.   Apply box
is. News office,
Large Steel Cor-
Invested largely
in water fronl here.    We have 250
feet of water front at $125 rer iron;
inii.   One-ihird rash, balance easy,
Buy.
SUBDIVISION
LOTS,
adjoining
city
limits and new B. i
. E. ral
way
line.
$300 to o 100
$20
down.
$10
per
month at 7
1 er ei
ut.
TO  RENT.
TO LET - COMFORTABLE BED-
room for one or two gentlemen;
hall bl ICk Hum < Ity ear line. 117
Fourth street,
TO
in
LET
'aid.
FURNISHED   KOOM   ANH
Vpply 527 Carnarvon street.
RICHMOND (Lulu Island) manufacture.; site. 300 feet deep waterfrontage on North Aim. Blocks
from 6V4 to s acres. $4000, One-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 13
months at  7  per cent.
WE   have  other
the district,    i
exclusive   listings
ee us for our list.
in
TO      RENT    FURNISHED     HOUSE-]
keeping rooms, close iii. desirable
locality, i?'-':' per month.   Apply Box
499,  Daily  News office.
FOR  SALE.
FOK SALE���CHEAP, A GOOD j
Piano; almost new. Apply News]
office.
FOR    SALK���CHANGI':    FOR    PORT
Mann workmen:    comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,!
three rooms, etc    Apply 208 Front j
street. City,
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance  and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary   Public.
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
646  Columbia   St.,   New  Westminster.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO
FOR SALK OK RENT RY OWNER,
seven icon modern house on Fourth
street. Ap| ly on premises for particulars or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, H. C,
STRAYED.
STRAYED A    BROWN    IRISH
water spaniel; about seven month.!
old, from Kdmonds. Kinder kindly
notify \V. Dingle, Kdmonds, and re
calve* reward.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
NEW seven roomed house, all modern,
close to corner First street and
Sixth  street     Price  $2426.    Terms.
SEVEN roomed house on two lots
(66x132) on Fourth   avenue,   near
Second street. Price $4600; one-
third cash, or the vacant lot for
. latiO, one-third cash.
FIVE lots on Seventh avenue, near
Sixteenth street; $600 each.   Terms.
FOUR lots corner Eighth avenue and
Second street; all cleared. Price
$2200; one-third cash.
FOUR lots near Eighth avenue, between Second and Third streets.
Price $460 eack. one-third cash.
THREE lots in Sapperton, on Sherbrooke Btreet, for $1300, one third
cash, balance easy.
NATIONAL UNANCE CO.
Real  Estate, Insurance, Loans, Etc.
Curtis Block, New Westminster.
���HELLO,
DEAR   PAPA:
THIS    IS
ESTELLE
��39
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
New York. Jan. 26.���The Tribune
prints the following special despatch
from Baltimore: "Hello, dear papa,
tbis  is  Kstelle.    Do vou  forgUe?"
"Yes. it's all forgotten; come on
home."
So ended the tribulations of Miss
Estelle Kisher that was, but who now
ls the bride of Martin Dorman. Ks-
telle is the heir Jointly with her
sister to an estate of $600,000 left by
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Dally except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. ni  Dally
11:30 p. ra   Dally i her mother, and has more  riches in
SS.   Iroquois   Sunday    nights   and ; prospect, having a wealthy father and
Tuesday  mornings. a millionaire uncle.
TO NANAIMO. Mai tin   Dorman.   shortly   after   his
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday 1 arrival   from   Russia,   obtained    work
AND COMOX. from Mr. Fisher as a carpenter.    His
I work pleased Fisher and his personal
qualities attracted the daughter, and
1 the carpenter finally made bold to ask
the daughter's hand, but was refused.
The elopement followed.
mining
luu so far they have no man
;. Maize is grown in a large
extent an l exported, but Canada coul I
sill them fruits as well as wheal and
lb ur.
"They lmve everything that could
in- desired to make a splendid success
of their Union," continued Mr. Lem
leux, "ami up in date the Union Is
worklng splendidly.
"Vou could mu believe withoul see-
lng   how    lhe   Dutch   and   the   l-'.ng'.ish
aie working to gether earnestly for
the upbuilding of the country, and
only ten yours ago tbey weie at one
another's throats."
"How dors the dual language question affeel the Union?"
"There is no friction that  1 could
observe,"   said   the   Cana lian   minis
ur.      "Parliament     uses   both    lan
_uages;   piayers  at   the   opening   of
each   Bitting   are   said    In   both    languages.   Tbey have no school question
like we have in Canada.   The various
provinces or states liave   charge   of
primary education, but In view of the
possible difficulties  thai  might arise
out of the application of the Herzog
ii i, Dr. Jameson an 1 General Botha
nave agreed on the appointment of a
lotnt commission whi ih Bhall take up j
the educational question for all the
i arts of the country.
"The provinces liave les- power
than ours. Their legislatures are
called provincial councils, and they
have a legislative union instead of a
confederation. The central govern
ment lias the right to revise all money
.���.rants made by the councils, Th ij
have a wise provision for an amendment io their constitution in ten yens
it- it does not vvoik as well as they
hope.
'Theie are two serious problems
ahead of South Africa, however, the
negro and tlie Hindu questions, Natal, lor instance, has 125,000 Hindus t I
10,000 whiles, while the native population is much greater than the Hindu. I
The Hindu came over lo work iu the
heids and they did n it g i back. The
question is whether all the provinces
shal; give the negroes and Asiatics
the franchise. Capetown admits a<
groes to ihe vote, but the oilier pi evinces have not yet decided.
"1 v.ns very much Interested in my
visit to the old Dutch an.l old Hugen-
not families. Those have been there
for a long time, and they liave splendid farms. 1 took a special Interest In ,
the Huguenots, for there are many of
the sam- people in my own country of
Gaspe, and there, too, they are among
|the solid and prosperous people of the
district.
"Tlie Germans and the Portuguese!
along the east coasl vie with the Eng-1
lish  and  the  few   Americans  in  pro-
moling business, while there is an Immense territory, Rhodesia, rich in gold
and silver mines and other products, j
which in a short time will he one of
the provinces of the new I'nion.
"Tliey   have   everything    there    to
make for success.   With the exception j
of a comparatively small tract of the ,
veldt, which Is very hot in the day and
cold at night, the climate is delight-
fui,   The scenery Is magnificent.   The
country about Durban is like the Ri- ���
veria. while Table Mountain rivals the |
mountain of Fujihama ln Japan. With l
two races working tbe ground in p<*.-\
feet harmony, and with unlimited na-
tural  resources,    the   South   African I
I'nion seems to me to be destined to
become  one  of the   most   important
parts of the Hritish Empire.
"I  must  add  that, as Canada's re-1
presentatlve,  I   was  welcome l   with i
the greatest warmth by the representatives cf the men of the new Union.!
As  representatives  of   the   king   the)
Duke ol Connaught was most gracious.:
He told me that he was disposed to a"-1
cept the office of governor-general of
Canada, and I am glad to hear that 11
ls   practically   decided   that   lie    will
come to us."
Mr   Lemieux expressed great satis-1
faction  at   hearing tbat   the fisheries
conference had resulted In a full un-
derstanding, and while he would not I
make any  statement  while the   sub- j
ject  was under discussion, he  would
welcome any settlement that was al-
vantageous to both countries.
"1 enjoyed my trip and was charme 1
with what I saw, but I am delighted
to get back home, for after all, Canada is the finest country on earth."
GIN PILLS SAVED HIM
513 James St., Hamilton, Ont.
"Five years ago, 1 was taken dowu
with what the doctors called Inflammation of The Bladder���intense pains in
back and loins, and difficulty in urinating, and the attacks, which became
more frequent, amounted to unbearable
Bgony. 1 became so weak that I could
not walk across the floor.
My wife read in the papers about GIN
I'll LS ami scut for al��>x. From the
very first, 1 felt that GIN PILLS were
doing me good. The pain was relieved
at once aii'l the attacks were less
frequent,
In six weeks, the Stone in the
Bladder came away. When I recall
how 1 suffered ami how now I am
healthy . nd able to work. I cannot
express myself strongly enough xvliell
I speak of "what C.1N PILLS have done
for me." John HSRMAN. ���*&
GIN TILLS are sold at 50c a box���6 for
f .'.50. Scut on receipt of price if your
dealer does not handle them. Sample
box free if vou write us, mentioning tiiis
paper. Money back,if GIN TILLS do
not give full satisfaction. National l>rtii{
and Chemical Co., Dept. "      ''   '    '
The New York Maxime
Elliot Theatre  Success
B.C.,Toronto.
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CANADIAN PACIflCl
RAILWAY CO.
'a'fiT. n'fiiiVfffisyt 7*i���'s '77-"~-
and Thi
I *%a���ia**ra.', >��,' .-.'.-
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  Ft.
Arrivals.
Vancouver  and   A.   -
10:30���From
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    1N0. 97),
IT;05���From Vancouver.
19:20���From Vam ouver,
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and
1 No.  II.
Kootenai
1 No. 96), 1
Se ittle an 1
Nicola,
*yL*a���_lLiW*Ma\���*i*mm*te��.^^
BY AVERY  HOPGOOD
Author of the Reigning
Success, "Seven Days"
 with	
Minnie Victorson
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97)
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay
Montreal  1N0   96).
IT:an���To Agassiz ar.d Vancouve
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
ind
11. \V. BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.       N'ew  Westminster
Prices, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
| Seats^Ready Thursday
Kranv^rszssa.
We are here to do business
and want you to examine  our goods  and
compare our prices before buying elsewhere
TO
:00 p.
UNION
m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
tl 00 p, m Feb. '. IS.
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p,   m	
Jan. Sl, Feb. it, 'JS.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8;SO a. in i-i*ery Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
contravention of any civic by-law,
The .overnment will probably se
cure new and permanent quarters, ami
then apply to the city for a permit to
continue tlie manufacture.
CHOSEN AS ARBITRATOR.
Sheets
80c.
6 lb. Blankets -
$2.65
Pillows
.50
Comforters
1.45
Curtains, per yard
.25
Iron Beds
3.25
Springs
2.75
Lounges
5.50
BROKE BY-LAW 20 YEARS.
II.  W.
Q,  P.   A
BRODIE,
Vancouver
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Government    Unavsare      of    Fact    In
Manufacturing Wood  Alcohol.
Ottawa.    Jan.    16.���W.    J.    Gerald.
.deputy    minister   of   inland    revenue.
t baa written the flre chief saving that
although the   government   has   been
manufacturing     methylated     spirit;
i within the City limits for twenty years.
it v as unaware thel it wv.s di.-.g so lu
Will Locate Part of Boundary Between
Mexico  and   United   States.
Montreal, .lan. 26.���By agreement
between the governments of Mexico
and the l'nited States, Eugene Lafleur.
K. C . of Montreal, haa been appoint'd
arbitrator in tbe disoute as to tbe location ot the boundary line between
the two eountres In what is known as
the Chanlsel tract, near Kl Paso. Th >
dispute is of long standing and arlst>��
from the shifting of the bed of the
river which forms the boundary line.
Last    year    tho   two    governments
These  are some of our specials {or this week.
^Vilkmson fe?Graham
SUCCESSORS TO  FRED  DAVIS,
"The Men  W^ho Save You Money
Phone 707
655 Front St. New Westmiu
ster Friday and Saturday Snaps in
BED
SHEETS
Full Size Sheets $1.45 pr.
,,���:   ~'\-'l'   yards,   hemmed;   pu.va
Ite,  heavy round thread cotton  la
ed: only a small quantity left,   We
, lean them oul  Friday and Saturday.
,   ilar value $2.   Sale price,.    .$1.45
Hemstitched
Bed Sheets
$1.95 per pair.
Regular $L'.."iii and $2.75 \al es.
���mother lot of odd sheets in English
nd I 'aiiiidian plain and I wllle 1 CO -
:: and li1,, yards wide and 2%
yards long, our best grades, hemmed or hemstitched; to dear Friday
and Saturday.    Per pair   $1.95
Comforters
Al  $1.45 each,    20   Comforters   with
price $1.76 and $2.mi.   Sale price, dark
coverings,    cott-.n    filling.      Regular
ce $1 75 and  $2.00.    Sale piieo.$1.45
Al $1 95 cadi. 20 comforters with llghl
oi   dark  coverings,  large  sizes,  pure
cotl 'ii  filling.    Regular  values
to $:  Sale price e ich   $1.9";
Eiderdown
Comforters
$5.00 Each
\ lew   nly.   Art sateen covered eidor-
forters, in sna les of g e a
and palslej mixtures well fllle I.
ilar values up to $7.00, on sal s
pi Ice,   Also 72x78 Inch comfort-
Ith Turkish chintz covering, ex-
eavy cotton filled, on sale Friday
and   Saturday,     Each $5-��0
'     DOUBLE
BED QUILTS
$1.35 Each
Regular  Value $1.70  and  $2.00.
Heavy    white    hemmed    bedspreads,
.ood   quality,   easily   washed;    Biscs
��� \m; Inches.    The let to clear, each
$1.35
Two Sizes
of Quilts
at 95c Each
Fringed nnd plain hemmed honeycomb
���ml crochet bedspreads, i;7xSl aud 60.X
SO inches, English and Canadian
makes. A small lot for Friday and
Saturday. Regular price $l.2"i anl
11 35,   Sale price, each "5c
Small Wares
at Small
Prices
Dozens of 5c Articles on sale Friday
���ind  Saturday, 3 for 10c.
Pins, thimbles, needles, buttons, safety
Pins, tapes and many other 5c small
wares,    Otl sale Friday and Saturday
3  for    10c
10c small wares.   On sale 3 tor. ��� ��� -25c
TWO DAYS SALE
I
OF-
Plain and Embroidered
Linen
FRIDAY  and  SATURDAY will be the Two Busiest
days of our Big Alteration Sale
Two full-page advertisements in the evening and morning papers
are used to set before the people of New Westminster a few of the
specials culled from the hundreds of bargains made ready for Friday and Saturday. Each department has been busy taking stock,
and every odd line and broken lot has been turned out and made
ready for the bargain tables. You will not be able to see anything
in our show windows because alterations have deprived us of their
use. Bring this advertisement with you; secure a copy of last evening's
paper with an entirely different list of specials���bring it along and
then you have but a tithe of the bargains prominent throughout
the store.
White Tailored
Waists, $1.50 Each
This small l il represents six
popular lines���our best Belle a
probablj. only i ne s'ze of a
Btyle left, although at presenl
writing all sizes arc represent
ed. We clear out the lot Regular values up ti $2.75. Sal ���
price,   each     $1.50
Flannelette Waists
75c Each
Regular Values $1.25.
One   lol    of   Wrapperette   and
Flannellette Waists in plain an.l
fancy  stripes,  sizes   ;i-    to    4 1.
Sale  price, eacli    75c
Silk Lined Net
Waists, $2.95 Each
Friday and Safir'ay offeilng
in these net waists afford an opportunity not often presented n
customers. The majority of the
waists are made of ecrue net,
with allover net fronts, lined
throughout with silk. A fe v
styles are noticeable with heavy
lace yokes. Three quarter and
full length sleeves. Friday and
Saturday.    Sale  price   ...$2.95
A Few Odd Lines
of Flannelette Wear
Specially Priced for Friday and Saturday
CHILDREN'S WHITE FLANNELETTE   NIGHTGOWNS,  60c   Each
Buttoned  front  turnover collars,  .cod  full  s-izes,  4  lo  14   years.
Friday   and   Saturday.    Ecob      60c
CHILDREN'S    FLANNELETTE   DRAWERS,  25c   PER   PAIR
Two dozen pairs of white and and  grey  flannelette  drawers,  full
sizes, children's, only odd lines.   Values up to 50c. Ea'e price, per
pair             25c
LADIES   FLANNELETTE   DRAWERS.   35c   PER   PAIR
Just a few pairs of open and closed styles in flannelette drawers.
Per   pair          35c
LADIES FLANNELETTE  NIGHTGOWNS.   85c   EACH
Full size! pink sky and white flannelette night dresses, good quality,  odd   lilies.     Fli lay   and Saturday.     Kach    85c
Two Special Offerings in Allover Lace
A clean up of fifty pieces of Allover   laces,   nets,   etc.,   In    lengths
varying  (rom  1'^  to  13 yards.
AT 25c PER YARD
18 to .ii inch cream and white Oriental Allovers, 'Mi Inch ecru net,
white Torchon, A'lover, etc. Regular values 50c to 75c jer yard.
This lot to clear, per yard        Z5c
AT 50c PER YARD
2.r. pieces of cream and white Oriental Allover black net and lace
Allover, colored nets, black and colored combination nets, white
nnd cream tucked nets, etc. A splendid choice in these Allover
laces an.l nets suitable for waists, yoke, etc. Regular values ....
to $1.26.    Sale price per yard      	
50c
Women's Overall
Aprons
50 cents Each
Regular values up -o ! Be.    All
the odd lines are on the Friday
and     Saturday     bargain    li t.
Those    aprons    are ��� in    overall
styles or with bib front',  mate
rials are prints In pink and navy
and fancy stripes, and Ho'.lan..
Regular values up to 96c.   Sale
price, each    50c
Little Darling Hose
25 cents per pair
Most     customers    are    familiar
with this popular hose, so know
the  value  presented  for Friday
and   Saturday   when    we   offer
tliem   at   the   low   price   mentioned.   Our entire stock of cardinal, brown, cream nnd black;
sizes   4   to  tl   inches.      Regular
price 35c.   Friday and Saturday
only, per pair 25c
500 Yards of Heavy
Linen Crash, 10 per yd.
Regular values 12.4c to 15c, 1S-
inch heavy pure linen, roller
towelling, plain or with colored
border, odd lengths running
from 16 to 30 yards. In tbis
lot, we also place several short
rolls of brown and white Turkish towelling, is Inches wide.
This lot on sale Friday and
Saturday.    I'er yard    10c
Women's Knitted
Wool Petticoats
Six only to clear, $1.50 each.
Regular $2.00 values.
Pure wool knitted petticoats,
medium weight, made with flat
band to lit hips, no extra fullness' in cardinal, navy, also
stripes; six only left to clear
each     *
Women's Coats and Suits
Half Price for Friday
and Saturday Only
An unprecedented offering hy this store of any coat or sui, ia tbe department-^ half price-T.ie
Ranges of sizes and style, are so broken and varied that we have adopted this radical manner of ont-
ting upon each coa, and suit , a price which leaves us on the short side in regard to profit. We must
have, however, the room now occupied by the coat and suit see.on. Tbe reduction advert^ in.i-
cates our determination to clear out the entire stock.
Each coat is marked in plain figures and excellent choice is possible-and   remember-a,    half  price,
Friday and Saturday only.     ���__.    .-*��    	
15 Cents Each
Regular 20c to 35c Each.
An oli illai i go i! for Frid i;
and Sat urday i nly, Not a co'.lar In
the lol bul v.hai will be as goi d stock
in six nioin lis as ii is now. We simj l ���
have flve I inns loo many, so over-
Stock musl. go. They aio all new
ami clean; in sizes 12V4 to 16, and a
ureal variety or designs will be ready
for your selection. On sale Friday
and Saturday,   Only, each 15c
Over 100 dozen Linen and
Cambric
Handerchiefs
10 Cents Each
Friday and Saturday only. The loi
consists of Women's pure linen, narrow hemmed, embroidered cambric
and Hnen.initialed linen, and men's
and women's mourning handkerchiefs,
Odd lines. Regular values 16 to 30c.
On sale two days only.   Bach 10-
Special Reductions on all
Millinery
Trimmings
Sj many varieties of trimmings are
in the range now cn sale thst it is impossible to mention any line of more
interest than another. W'e are, however, following our usual custom of
clearing out each se; sjii every bit of
milinery trimming and novelties.
W'e     assure     you     uf     low     prices.
Childrens
Tarns, SOc Ea.
About six dozen colored cloth tiims in
shades of red, scarlet, green, navy, etc.
Friday and Saturday sees then! specially priced, to clear the small balance: all sizes. Your choice. Kach, 50c
VS&ii	
W. S. COLLISTER
New Westminster, B. C.
Infants Bonnets,  Childrens
Patent Leather Hats,
Leather Tarns,  etc., all at
Half Price on Friday and
Saturday.
Frilled Elastics, Sc per
yard
Regular 10c and 15c values, elastics in
demand mostly at Xm is. We C m
never carry elastics over from one
season to another. We rell them np\*
when they are of some use. All color*,
On sale Friday and Saturday. Per
yard      5c
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911.
OUR    LIBRARY.
be liel.l at which the people decide
who shall be their officials for the
l'ul ure.
There are, as we have said, no party
lines in this form of government. Any
man who can secure twenty-live
names to a petition may become a
candidate before the prlmararles.
From the primaries the two men who
receive  the  highest   number  of  votes
^ for mayor and the eight men who re-
"""' " I celve a like selection for commission
ers, are placed upon the foil for e'.ec-
Alderman tliin, and are subsequently ballottsd
for. Thus the ratepayer is able to
choose men who will give him good
government. The whole i)lun has the
recommendation of simplicity and e-
Liberal Rally
EAGLES' HALL
(OVER PHILLIPS' STORE)
Friday, January 27
at 8 p.m.
It.    lias    remained    for
Lynpb to discover that the Carnegie
Jibrary   in   ibis  city   is   quite  behind
���he times.   Ile finds Ihat the selection
,,   , i !,���,.���  feel lveness as a means of local go/-
o. books is altogether poor, that there iecuveness
.are practically no works of particular, ernment,
use to artisans or   students,   though . ���
there is a consistent demand for such.
This shortcoming has been known to
some users of the library for a good:
while past.    We have been told that
this institution does not even possess SUCh  an  every  day   work  of ret-j
erence as a Whlttaker's Almanac. Nor
js there,  for  instance, any   work  that]
will enlighten the student  upon the
flora and fauna of this province. Again
the various standard historical works j
dealing with Canada, and Hritish Co- Editor Daily News.
lubia in particular are very poorly i Sir���Possibly because my name
fiction list, It was mentioned In connection with an
/article on your front page yesterday
j morning, on lhe subject of the general
'meeting of the Liberal association   to
,',o��� ,!,o���l,i  i.   in  lis proM.-uin of fa-j be held in Eagles hall this  (Friday)
cilities for   education   ar.d   improve-  evening, at eight o clock, 1 have hai
mont of tbe mind of the people. To I inuviiries by telephone as to whether
uK.ni ui u.c iu, |j turnl8hed tlle inf0rmatibn continue 1
brin.. Its reference department up to in the artlcie t0 your reportorial staff,
���date, by strengthening the list of ,\s the question md answer migit
works on history, biography, science I possibly interest others .besides tie
und technology "should, therefore, be!Immediate tnquiiers, let me say that,
' , . , , i as president of tlie Liberal as. OCiatl III,
The recreative side,lni._i ...., ,���,,���,���,.. ���,,���.., ,i,.,��� ���,-,ii���.
All Liberals Cordially Invited
Geo. Kennedy, President.        Ed. Goulet, Secretary
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(The Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
TONIGHT'S LIBERAL MEETING.
' Cheap Lots =====
8th Avenue, all cleared,  $630.00.    West end,
$50 cash, $10 per month.
Sapperton, near school, $400.00.
Come and see our list.
P. PEEBLES,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Edmonds
Quarter-acre lot on Edmonds street
carline, $600.00 ; $100 cash,
balance $25.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE,    ~~~
Merchants Bank Building. New Westminster
represented.   As to the
is probably a way behind the times
tiut this is not so serious a matter.
The  real   strength  of  this   instltu-
mm
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
the first aim,
i
l.hc form of fictir.n, may follow. There
should also be a reference room provided for the use of students. The
present reading room is given over
tn newspapers and magazines and is
ancl acknowledging more than ordinary responsibility, therefore, for the
interest, and success of the gene:al association meetings i articulai ly, I dil
furnish the information substantially
as pi inted in your paper of date re
ferred to.   Considering that 1 hai to
too noisy   for the  purpose of study,  communicate by telephone through the
Thc apartment now devote I to games ; rather inconvenient circumstance   of
being again confined to the house by a
second attack of la grippe (which    1
from   the
view, is fairly
might   well   be   utilized   for   the  purpose,   as   smoking,   with    chess   and hoJ e t0 shake long enough lo attend
draughts, form no part of the equip- the meeting tonight I, the substance of
tnent of  a  properly  managed  public what    I    intended    to    say,    though
,,. . , .     ,u printed unite legitimately
library.     We   congratulate   Alderman   i"'"lta   i , a
newspaper s  point of
5^yj,rh   upon  his discovery  and  trust acclirate.
lie will see it that our library is trans-1 The meeting itself, as I intended to
institution really remind your reporter ithis tact was
i previously printed) was called by the
���local Liberal executive, rt its las
1 meeting, on the 13th inst. The calli.ig
of the recently constituted district
i federal executive���a committee of five
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      ���     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart.    S.  S.  "Prince  Albert"  will  leave Prince  Rupert February 3 and IT for Port Simpson,
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London. Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For tickets, time tables, illustrated literature, and all information
apply to
HARRY G. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
L. V. DRUCE,
Commercial Agent.
Phone 3060,
527 Granville St., Yancouver, HC.    Phone 7lu0.
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES
Did Vou Fvcr
���count the number of people sup-
pin; before a well lighted show window ill one night '.' You would
probably find thai tor every one ������ ip
ping between seven an l < Ight, tour
stop bei ween elghl an I nine, and
twelve between nine and ten,
- We are willing to aid you In taking
advantage of ibis, bul ycur windows
Bhould be well llghl id.
Phone 761 for further particulars,
The Roberts EiedricCo.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
HATT COOK
The  Potato   Merchant and  Auctioneer.
527   Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
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 banking organization.
Interest b paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :;
"^siness Accounts opened
o.i favorable   terms.    ::   ;;
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,   [3.   L..
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Conned    into    an
worthy of its name.
GOVERNMENT    BY     COMMISSION.
Clearance Sale
i
What  is known as tho commission   representing each of tbe five provln-
OF
form of local government is coming
more to the fore every day. The Vancouver people have thi3 form of municipal control now under discussion
nnd we have already heard some talk
about it in Xew Westminster. Wher-
���ever  this   system   has   been  tried   it
cial constituencies comprised in th'
Dominion electoral district of New
Westminster���is a mftttaj over which
that committee has entire control. As
it will meet in the afternoon, 1 have
invited tlie members to attend Cue general meeting of Liberals in the even
ing, to a Id interest to tbe proceedings
nd give the benefit of their advice
lias worked successfully and well, and and counsel, representing as they do
we consider it would be a good thin; every portion of the constituency. )
for the Royal City if it were institute 1 !m_v eiAS0..'!!_. .e.^_.xp.l.Cfl?!��~s.?f.' pi'"
Tiere.    Tbe basis of the principle   cf
ion, either by letter or personally at
the meeting, of other representative
Liberals throughout tie district tha'
cr five casually suggested themselves���I may
have overlooked many others. I am
not in a position to say how many will
attend.
The    second    paragraph��� in i  your
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
.-this system is tl-e placing of all powe
;and  responsibility  upon four
goo., trustworthy men, chosen by tie
catepa; ers, who thus form a comm's-
sion;   and  paying them liberally   for
their services.    H  is  praet'cally the  article of yesterday above referred   to
Tunning or a citv as a first-class" busi- c��ntains an exact statement, tf fact,
ness enterprise the rate������-* hein-r as tollows: "Chief among, the, matter.
ness enterprise, tne ratepayers being  to be brought berore the feeing is
the shareholders in the concern and the suggestion that a district conven-
the commissioners forming the board tion be called at an early dale" for the
of directors. """ J purpose of thoroughly orgdnVzlng the
ir. .ho ot.io.  su ji��� .    I Part>' and discussing the advisability
In the States, the ordinary commis- of nominaUng a candi:late for the next
ssion form, which is known as the Gal- general election.". That statement 1
votton plan, having originated in the can vouch for as authoritative, be-
"TesMs city of that name, lias been su-: cause. if - ���n manage to get to the
'Denuded hy what is called the Der,'mf "ng' } intend '�� exer('is�� ^
... , _ i privilege of every ordinary member of
Moines plan. This provides for the the association and make tbe sugges-
��lection of a mayor and a board of .Hon referred to and support it with
four commissioners.    By this method  whatever force ' can muster. The out-
��rt lines, party politics and the div-   "ne ��f ���_ i!rK'1���n,s "f ^ery fa!|1'
. .1      ,.      .,    . e Ul    .summarized in paragraphs three anl
ision of the city administration Into | four 0f your article a* * eaterday.
various departments or committees is which may 1 e taken as read If I am
abnlislied. In fact the commission ! counted out.
manges tin* city just as a board of direct ors manages a big industrial concern or a bank.    The administration |
ie, however, divided into live  depart-1, McDonald Brothers; the pipe manu-;
, ,, facturers, aie sth looking-for a new
ments as follows:    Public affairs, pub- j ,0,ation 't��� their facto,"    The or I
Jin safety, streets and improvements,! R., which owns the propeity on which
Recounts and finances, park and public |1lle>' arc located at present, wantB to
.property.   The mayor loses all chance' !'Se tlie land and MoDon��d -brothers
.    i     ���      ,i .    . .have to move.   Tbey have the contract
��d paying the part of an autocrat, for foP manufacturing pipe for the Potnt
lie bai; no veto power and no special i Grey water system ancl if they can se-
idistincUon above the other commis- cure a new site they will manufacture
sioners, save that he acts y.s president. the pipe in New Westminster.
To this extent the Des Moines plan fo'-1 Friday and Saturday special for
lows the Galveston system. The spe- misses, a good school, shoe in button
���cial    features    which    distinguish    itland  laced  Ho11'1  ,ea,,,er from toe  to
The W hite House
���������������������������iiii
617 Columbia Street
HOSPITAL
Westminster 1\ Hate Hospital.
223 Townsend v't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cas. b accepts I Terms from
$15 wee: |y, For fm (her particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7fi5.
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete and Modern lluilding Construction.    Telephone 806,
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���rice Thone 115.     nam 'Pkom ll?
Cob. mbl�� Street {*
Baggage   delivered   promptlj   i
any  part of ti�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
ENGLISH WATCH
Gold Watc'jeg for Ladl. s fr in \itr-
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f t
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chambeiiin's
Tun
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
�������������������������������������������������������������������������� *��*�������������������������*������������������������������
QBOROB KENNEDY.
Xew Westminster, Janunry 2"i, 1911,
therefrom are: The initiative, the ref-
��eretulum and the recall. The initiative
sivea to the people tlie power to demand any piece of legislation they re-
MOiiire. a petition signed by ton per
-cent of tlie voters being all that is
need to initiate such legislation. The
referendum gives the people power to
pass open; reject or accept any action
������of tht commissioners. The recall endows the public with power to put out
��f office any public official guilty of
misconduct, indifference or inefficiency. Thus, whilst a great deal of
jioiver Is vested in the commission, the
heel, at $1.48.
Sale.
Sinclair's Introduction
CORRECT
STYLISH 	
PRMT1N?.
Jackson Printing Go'y
Estimates Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
If you want something choice for;kToday'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
NewJWestminster
Mme. GAULTIER
���*t>.
Silver Watchea,   gents'   o;ien t��<*
16.00.
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER        Silver Watches,  gents   opsa   art,
17.50 up.
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc.,,    Apent    for    Waltham   Rnd    m*
all  new fashions from  Paris. - Watch��s.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
| Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Corner   Eighth  St. and   Fifth Avenue j Mrs. P. M. Dominy, Pro.
PHONE 370. near The Dally News Co., 609 Vlriodi
  Street.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading Co.
���   "��� |   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES-    LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Bok   13/
COAL
New|
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon: I take it for grant"
that yon have never tried t'ie
ACME BRAND
or you would Change your mind, i*^0
Ih in a clans by itself. Once tried���
always used.
Om- special champagne is ti *'""*.''
You on. lit to try a case. Price **���"���*���
case and buttles to be returned.
4
Factory:   Simpson Street.
I    OIThe:   304 Columbia Street,      ,
Tel. 683. New Westminster, **��� *"
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanttoie Heating and Plumbing
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetroui
Clianlng, Sewer Ccnnecting. *****
po��ls, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc
Co. SPORTS
10 HAVE GOOD STABLE
Vetern Horse Trainer Will
Again be Conspicous on
the Grand Circuit.
COTTAGE CITY IS
LOST Off CAPE MUDGE
"AT IT HERE SIRCE 1900?'
Steamer Runs Aground and
Sinks After Passengers and
Crew Escape.
co.ir/T
,. ;  ;d'ter year the veteran train-
... Kd. Deer, is seen on the grand cir-
:inil year after year bis name Is
found  either  at   the  tup  nr  close     to
the ,op of leading   money    winner .
���ll,, reputation  of a    trainer    when
nce established means as much    to
llim in making tlie going easier there-
���(-,(,]��� us In any line of business, and
;,  result   for years (leers has bad
i e
pick of a  largo He'd    of    horses
  olio of ihe boal loads of persons which
from which to select bis stable. i left  the Cottage City is missing
Seattle, Jan. 26.���The Pacific t'oasi |
steamer Cottage City, which left heio
last night with a small passenger list,
a  crew  of  sixty   men  and  a  1 sad    of
freight, ran ashore near llfipe Mudge, j
B.C., at three o'clock this afternoon,
A blinding snowstorm was raging il,'. ,
Ibe lime and the vessel sank soon af- i
ler Hie passengers and crew had hem
taken off in lhe small boats.
Tbo passengers were taken to Vic-1
toria and transferred fiom tbere to !
Seat He.
The Cottage City was en route to I
Skagway.
Boatload Is Missing.
Vancouver, .lan.  26,���A  wireless reporl  al  ten o'clock tonlghl states that
boatloads of persons
, ,...    has a system of training
,. and  that  il  is a good om
of
   M
glance a'  Hie records will show.    At
I  , o fi each  lacing season (leers
i.,   Memphis.   Then,   he  gives
08   he   expects   lo   race     the
��� easoii   two     nionlhs     stiff
ii |g then the Q, o. M. begins
Bean lm.    the green campaigners    in
,   im  iind  oui   which  I f  thelll
th  slaking    and     which    are
. ||   .      lie     generally      rearle- |
aboul   the  middle  of    Octo-
i ihe middle of December the
, a    candidates    are     pui
a thorough te.-t.
��� ve lime u  is always Inter-
1 on emeu   throughout    tho
li    Know   whal     lhe     del e| ip. j
i   Memphis are.    I lisloi y show |
nd   judge   of  a   horse   Qeer !
i-    Seldom does he make a mistake
���a  horse's al lllty,    and    as
!,.��� puis liis stamp of appro,-
��� ter  the horse  fraternity
i: ���   i ie se  lias  a  fair chance
��� ���     ii overj rae he is entered
;i  oul  this time ihe tip was
��� from   Memphis  thai     Dudle
.   ,:.d The Ahle wi it    stake
ii would be mighty dan-
In 1910.    That  no mistake was
tin   i. teran trainer iu    his
timati pi oi ed  by  the  fai t  thn.
: li   v.as th" largest montn ���'"!' of the past    sea
���   The Abbe gathered in th i
.   ra mey ihe pacers race I
e pasl racing season closed
.. oi i i-i five green trotters
i: . and he has lira more in Mem-
i ould   he  trotted   thai   last,
i;  (leers' string In  1911
��� ��� a bummer.
Amoi ''ii to show  promise
i    ire 1 he Hugenot, a full bro-
i   e   Vbbol and The Abbe and
The  Hugenot  is  rated  as
i el iss trotter, and may be
i i ihe Chimes-Nettie  Kin.
pro> e  a   good  race    horse.
i '.ni   is   going  n:i   six    years;
i   a three-year-old she was glv-
ord ei 2.27)4, but tbal    was
lil    s| eed    possibilities    ut |
liiU"       Recently    titers    worked;
im a mil.   in 2.14, but be might ju>t
lave  worked   hlm   in     bettei
an . 1". us he looked as t bough  be
'     lea lly go tkat fast.   Eva Cord ls
taming five years old, and took a re
I 23V4 as :l three-year-old. Slit
SI V,  t'oid.  who  was    bred    by
us  I'aly  al   Milter    Hoot     Farm
He    er  nun   is   Kveworthy   by   Ax
orth
it   is feared  thai   there
sideraiile loss of life.
lias been  coa
WINTER    LACROSSE   SCHEME.
May Play a Few Exhibition Games���
English Views on Quistion.
Toronto, .lan. 26,���Though ihe proposed Winter lacrosse league has fallen through because of the Inability of
Messrs. Charlie Querrie ami Fied
Thompson, v.in, weie behind the project, lo tei a suitable place,, the promoters have noi ahan loned the
scheme altogether. They Intend playing a lew exhibition games, probably
in Riverdale Rink, some time this
Winter, while next year they will make
an only start and organize a lil.;
league, Frank Sachs, the old country
authority ou lacrosse, writes as follows in Sporting Life;
"Winter    larrosse    is   being   introduced  into Canada.    Il   will  he an  in-
door uame inn on purely professional
lines   hy   the  coach  of  the  Tecumse.i
.club, C, Querrie, and as the scheme is
Introduced  with  ihe object  of b tingling  out   the   younger   players,  ,t   is
i good,   l do nol  know if Hiis   is  thu
same Querrie who was over lure with
He Torontos in 1902, and whose light
I ning   corkscrew   runs   from   mid-field
I were the consternation of most  English defences.    The riles one bears at
times    aboul    Canadian   amateur  la-
i roBse making certain advances aie invariably discounted ;i few weeks later
Ibj  some such announcement as this:
���Several    well-known   amateurs   who
���were   conceded   to   he   ahout   ripe   f O"'
senior  company   have  signified  their
intention   of   turning   out   to   play,   instead of waiiing until next spring in
t make the jump.    This has reference
io these  winter  games,  which  are  to
take place in a building known as the
Toronto Armories, and from the com-,
men! it is evident tbat, despite every
endeavor    to    promote    amateurism
most Canadian lacrossera are ama-
leur only so long as tbey are not good
.enough to he professional Hy the
way, Querrie's little indoor tournament   provides  tbat   each   team  shall
, consist of eight players, and one Is
left   wondering   whether  tlie  southern
i Blx-a-slde tournament  helped  bim to
reach a decision with regard to it."
SawYourfioxief,
*&mmtnct Now!
We want eveiyonelo tow
\\a\ we are paying -
c~4% Interests
perarmura credited m'lht|r
on savings deposits (*1-
I �� & upward) subject to Withdrawal br cheque & -
^ b% Interest
on time deposits of*
Sifmontb & over. -
We invest money for clients
in first mortgages & do a
general financial business.
We wanfftur saving accnt
& iffou are not saving -
systematicallY. *-���������.������.
Commence NOW Willi US.
Deposits \ff mail ^^
���*���*���*��� easily bandied ���
"louTansend hy Draft,
Post Office ���*��� Cypress
Order or Re&islerefT-^
Letter & withdrawals
can be ma5e"^-��- ���+"? +
- * any way you wish.
Weare Responsible
Referto^-*- **������*���-+���
Duna,Bradstrcefe,
or to anyone ta *
VHNGOUVeR-
Write us about Jto-Jay
'Do it now!!!!!
MtoUtl;lil
321 Cambie Street.
..-V&ixcouver B.C.^
Coledyke
Baking
Powder
This is the best
Baking Powder
made in Canada.
Once you make
a cake with it,
you will never use
other higher priced
Baking Powder.
For a few days
we are selling it
at a reduction.
Regular  price 25c.
per 16 oz. tin.
Reduction price
20c. per 16 oz. tin,
or 3 tins for 50 cts.
Remember this is
[only for a few
days
11 uimw j wpwwaw������
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
r
f
Investigate This One !
35 acres of some of the best land in Surrey with
the Great Northern railway on north boundary ; the
B. C. Electric one mile distant. Most convenient
shipping facilities. 12 acres under cultivation; first
class water; good roads.
Price,  $5500
$1400 cash; balance over four years.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
t. h. Mccormick.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,  B. C.
Phones 646, 661.
59-PHONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See .our line and get prices before
buying.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
4-Roomed House
Furnished for one hundred dollars
    $100.00	
CASH   OR CREDIT
We  do   Upholstering
Bank of Montreal I Cosmopolitan
PCTADI   !CUm    1C1T
Cafe	
BOWLING
e Bank of Montreal won the ftrst
time in the People's Trust Cup bowl-
Bei      in un easy fashion lust night
defeating the Adams' grocery team,
wing scores speak for them-
jllf fol
���elves
ra
larrli
'tiom
amli on
Adams' Grocery.
Hll
Bank of Montreal.
141U
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m
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1
.122
. . 166
..110
.144
..189
100
14'.��
95
110
126
3 Ttl.
147���3119
164���479
116���821
184���388
109���3T4
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123
169
107
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1981
econd  game for the People's
Company Cup will be rolled   at
luck  tills afternoon    between
awgpaper men and the People's
i ompany.
CONCERNING    COOK.
He's Talking.
Dr. Cook is now busy denying   the
reports   that   he   reached   the    North
pole.���Kansas City Star.
He  Tried   Both.
Dr   Cook has discovered that there
la a difference between returning and
coming    back."���St.     Paul    Pioneer
Press.
But   No   Rain   Checks.
Dr.   Cook   seems   genially   hopeful
that  the public  will  let   the   matter
pass with the understanding that the
|oke is on him.���Washington Star.
Remains   What?
Current Literature says Dr. Cook's
record ns a descriptive writer remains.
So does Munchausen's, only we ain't
buying much of it.���Louisville Herald
Saith   the   Poet.
Doc Cook jumps on Uasmussen
And calls him down with ire.
From which it may be git'ere I
That Doc CooH hates a liar.
���Houston Post.
McLean, the man who confessed ti
baving stolen the money from P. De-
voy, appeared in the lollie cou t yesterday on a charge of having stolen
an overcoat on November 10. Ile
pleaded guilty to thut charge and will
be sentenced when he appears U1I3
morning for sentence on the other
charge.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada md
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issuer, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
jreoelved in sums of fl and upward,
aud Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  1186.000,000.00
DENNY & ROSS
43, 55, 47 Sixth St., New Westminster.    Phone 588
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
We Have lt!
. The famous Wellington
COAL
Bi   RING UP 56   H
������ # *********
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
J. B. GLENN. Proprietor.
BILL OF FARE
SOUP.
Puree    of    Split    Peas,    Free    With
Dinner.
Manhattan  Clam-Chowder,   10c
FISH.
Baked   Halibut,  a  la  Pmiisienne,  25c
Fried   Salmon.   Anchovy   Butter,   25c
Filed Clam, a la Creole, 35c
ENTREES.
Currle    of    Chicken     Giblets     WUU
Rice, 35c
Boiled Ox Tongue, a la Czarina, 25c
Hamberger Steak  Spanish,  25c
Fried  Calves   Liver  and   Bacon,  25c
Braised   Beef,  Prlntannier,  25c
ROASTS.
Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus, 25c  (extra cut, 35e)
Leg of Veal With Stewed Pruns, 30p
Roast Chicken With Dressing, 50c
Hot  Roast  Beef  Sandwicb,  15c .
VEGETABLES.
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes.
Stewed  Tomatoes  and  Corn,  10c
Boston Baked Beans, Side Order, 10s
DESSERT.
ASSORTED   PIES.
Apple,   Blueberry,    Lemon,    Custard.
Assorted  Cakes.
Tea. Coffee. Milk.
\      Toilet Lotions      {
Ryall's Witch Hazel Cream, 25c. and 50c
Orchid Cream, 25c.
They do the work.
��� AT ,
Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE 571
EVES TESTED BV GRADUATE
HSPWSK FITTINGS
AND   OFFICE
- ���
��� -
, ��� -
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAILINGS���ALL     KIND8     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS    AND    ESTIMATES   8UPPLIED
Tickets for the Native Sons' dance
on January 30 are cn sab at Johnston's shoe store, Malor's miKlc ttore,
H. Morey & Co.,    Phillips'    clothing
store and Tidy, the florist.
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���HE  DAILY  NEWS.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
X J. BROOKES, Proprietor
t    WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne
%�����������������������������������������***���������*���������**
PHONE 473
P 0 Box 394
INSURANCE AT LOV�� EST POSSIBLE RATES IN REGULAR LICENSED  COMPANIES.
If you think you are paying too mucn    for  your   insurance,  consult  me.
Alfred W. MS Leod
PtiONts Office 6?
Res   ev
INSURANCE IS
MY BUSINESS
���"	
Fire., Liability, Live. Stock,
Lirr.Accident, Motor Boat.
Automobile, Plate. Glass,
Marine and all other kinds
of Insurance placed at better
RATES THAN OTHERS WRITE rt. *0L
SIX-ROOMED HOUSE
(Two lots, 120 x 130)
ON NANAIMO STREET, CLOSE TO TWELFTH
$2750
Easy Terms
1 LET ME QCOTE
I YOU MT RATES
Agencies  at:���
Vancouver, Victoria, Prince
Rupert, Nelson and Quesnel
WestminstekB-C
Agencies at:���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc..
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists ������'   PAGB SIX.
1 HE DAILY" NEWS.
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off in New
Westminster
We do not beat about the bush but tell you the truth at once~WE
ARE OVERSTOCKED-it is up to us; we bought too much, we must pay.
In TWO WEEKS we have got to cut our clothing  stock in two,  so
as to make room for NEW SPRING GOODS now on the way.
PRICES AND VALUES SUCH AS YOU  HAVE NEVER SEEN
bef ore-we hold nothing back, all our best goods are included
A CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME
TROUSERS
2^
FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
It is seldom you get high-
class, bench tailored suits
like the 20th Century, marked at such figures.
$30.00   Suit
25.00
22.00
20.00
18.00
15.00
13.00
12.00
10.00
8.00
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
Suit
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
$23.25
19.75
16.50
14.70
13.20
10.80
9.35
8.25
6.75
5.80
Overcoats
Though the season is nearly
over, you may still need a
heavier coat���if not this
season you vvill next.
BUY NOW
$25.00 Coat now $19.75
22.00 Coat now 17.50
20.00 Coat now 15.90
18.00 Coat now 14.00
15.00 Coat now 11.00
12.00 Coat now 8.75
10.00 Coat now 7.00
You can   never  hav
e  too
many-
-they brighten
up a
coat and help you wear out
an old suit.
$8.00
Trousers now
$6.25
7.00
Trousers now
5.75
6.50
Trousers now
5.25
6.00
Trousers now
4.90
5.00
Trousers now
3.95
4.00
Trousers now
3.20
3.50
Trousers now
2.90
3.00
Trousers now
2.20
2.50
Trousers now
1.90
2.00
Trousers now
1.45
1.50
Trousers now
1.20
Opportunity is fickle,  one  like this  may never meet you again, grasp it
now  and get  busy.   NO  GOODS  CHARGED
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
671 Columbia street
New Westminster, B. C.
a i FRIDAY, JANUARY  27,  1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
mjvv  Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
_ ,i.c aotlce thai  Edward Hawkins,
ncouver, occupatli n bookki ep ir,
to apply   tor   permisBlon   to
e    the    tollowlng    described
mi lng .'ii  :i posi   planted on
. .    ,..,. h on bhe east   Bide   of   the
��� ni.i.ii chasm l and joining T. L,
166 "ii the no th side and mark-
Edward   Hawkins;   s.  w.  corner,
r. 60 chains iii line i f llmii
. 13, thence N. 60 i hains alon ���.
be ich, i bence i outh and wesl
tch to 11 ice   "i   commence
and containing 80 acres more or
jrocers
in Canada arc
Billing 'Salada' Tea.
A one pound package
makes zoo cups.
EDWARD HAWKINS
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agenl
���mber 28,  1910.
LAND  ACT  NQTICE
Dis-
tollowlng   de-
Westminster Land District
trist of New Westminster.
,.  notice  thai   Cecil   Killam, o
er, 13. C, occupation barristei
Intends to apply tor permis
purchase  the
i  Kinds:
; enclng al  a  posi
.    h aboul   i 'i   mllea
monl Point, Jervls
I  "C,  Klllam's Northwesl   Cor
ence  east   20  cliains,  tlience
Dropped Astride Man's Neck.
Smith Falls, Ont., Jan. 25.���Andrew
Moodie, a farmer r< Biding near the
town wcni in visil a neighbor, John
I Telford, lasl night. As be opened the
door leading into the bouse he fell in
the dark through t be o]�� n trap door
1 of   I lie   cellar.     Al   llie   name   moment
Telford was ascending the cellar stairs
and Moodie dropped a 11 Ide bis neck,
planted on  Both wenl to the bottom, Telford es-
; northeast caping unhurt, bul  Moodie susta
Inlet, and ; a fracluie ol  iluce ribs.
SOCIETY FAVORS
MISCEGENATION
CORRECTIVE STEPS
SHOULD BE TAKEN
"Cosmopolitans of America"'Otherwise     Scandal     Willi
at   Inter-Racial   Banquet!    Shake Schools From Coast!
HECTOR   McCAIG. Manager.
Advocate Mesalliances.
New Vork, Jan. 26.���Becaus i
Fashionable New York women dined
heie with negroes, Chinese and Japanese applauded speeches advocating In-
ter-mhrriage of the races, tbe Cosmo-
to Coast, Says Mr. Smith |
Chicago, Jan. 26.���"Unless steps of
corrective character are taking al
once a high Bchool scandal involving
the morality of our boys and girls will
Bl ick the nation from coast to coast.
1  make this start Iin.    statement
polltan  Society  of America, at   whose | visedly.    it  is based  upon facts exist
initial banque!  the mixture dined,
today meeting fierce denunciation,
Ing nol In Chicago alone, but in all tin
lining
wcst__H
tit  eom-
p^fH.      cliains,     tin iue ^^^^^
ore or lea i, i i be ich, tlience
.   along  beach  to  i lace
, 11  umi  containing   10 acre:;
or h
CECIL KILLAM.
,1. A.  LEWIS, Agent.
i November 29, 1910.
���
IN     THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMB'A.
OF
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
lew Westminster  Land   District,
tnst of New Westminster.
:..t]fi.   that   i lint    I   nicker-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
man, i: Vancouver, B. C, occupation I whereby  the  plaintiff agreed to seii
and   the  deft n lants  agreed   to    pur-
Between   T.   A.   Swift,   i laint ff,  an i
William   Cullen   and   .lohn   .McDonald, defendants
To .lohn McDonald,   late of   Abbots
lord. li. C.
Take notice that T. A. Swifl ha
commence I nn action In I he Supn mi
Courl of British Columbia against
William Cullen am1 John McDonald
for paymenl of monies due under -t
contract   dated   the   13th   .May,   1910,
centers ol population."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ *t     Fred B. Smith, a member of the ex-
Is reported   the   organization   Btarta  ecutlve Btaff of   the "Committee   of
with a membership   of 1000,   all   of  ,:';-" made the above statement las:
whom bound themselves to subscribe nlght.ln.aD '"'"T* ,"'""" !''"" CUl
to us do,.,iue of miscegenation. ���r:f> business and professiona men n'
As toast-master al the banquet, a ^quetJn **e Au.d,Wn hote1' -
.lese.us Lipes outlined lis purposes inl ..The '["mm^c ol :'' ������ ��" <"���*��<"
a few words:
"I liis organization."  he
nurture the fraternity of all peoples
Incidents of birth and stati n in life
will be Ignored and a common brotherhood ��ill i e woi ked oul bei ween a'.i
peoples ol all I ares and of every
clime."
I zation of business men of the United
..',.   ���   , .States and Canada.    Ii proposes in tin
Sail],        Will | . ,. mmm'M
KING'S
lumberman, intends to app'y tor per-
pui chase the tollowlng de
land
cha e part, one (1) acre of a portion
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^_ "'   ""'   seuihv.c-,.   i|u,ntcr   of   I ,I   I
Commencing al  a  posi  planted on twenty-two    (22),    township    sixteen
.ii  Billings Bay, Nel on Is-   (16),  townsite of Abbotsford, distric
Ining  P. R. No   1678 and of New   Westminster,    being    n
C    E,   Dickerman's   North- division  of Abbotsford  townsite, and!
," thence Bouth 60 chains, for specific performance, of said con-
.  ���  80 chains, thenci- north  tract, or in the alternative for deter-
next eighteen months to win tor Chris
tian churches millions of unconverted
men throughout the cities of North
America.
Committeemen   subscribed   $50,000
to finance the campaign during   the
  day when the movemeni was launched, and more is promised.
FAVORITE Speakers   before   the   committee   al
LOSES   her   suit  the daj   sessions  Bhowed  that  there
  are   3,000,000   more   women   and   girls
Paris, Jan. 25.���A pljuant civil still   "' christian churches in North Amer-
Insl  Mile, Gaby   Deslys, the   little  lca ,lla" "ien ami boys.
Parisian actress, who became the fa-
vorite of  King   Man n I, of  Po;i igal,
in  the  course  ol    bis   visit   to   the 	
rv""';l! ca> \r'i} :' ,'7   w'::''s :,L"- .hils     Winnipeg, Jan. 25,-Teata h ive been
Jtfst  heen deeded   here  In a   minor recently ,���.���,��� ,,,. the , ���..,, ,_,���,,,	
""',','���    ,     , , . Bystem of the possibilities of conver-
lle, peslys was playing in a pice gat,on uj,.   ,|](, ,nUU   f wlndsor 0nt,
called   La Demi-Vierge   when the boy communication by telephone withDe-
king first saw her and waa smitten. II tro���  waa establl8hed S,1MU, tlme ag0 I
happened that she wore on the stage bu) ,h(, I.ju,,.    ,iV(���, ,,, .���,, a .,
at that particular moment a turban m obstacIe t0    gettlng    lnt0    Canadian!
SAMUEL E. RORK'S SENSATIONAL
MUSICAL PRODUCTION (ggffiTO
The Queen
*
of the
Moulin Rouge
-BBHBSHHMBHIHHHHHHBaBSMMHanaKEnEaBBflnMnM
BY PAUL M. POTTER
Music by John T. Hall. Lyrics by Vincent Bryan.
TELEPHONES   TO   WINDSOR
more  or  less  to    beach,
along beach to place
��� ��� i.i, and c ntainlng 320
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
j. A. LEWIS,  ^gent.
D ie S'ovi mber 28, 1910.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
mlnation oi sai I contract and fer pos
Be b  of said lands.
And further take notice that by an
order made in said action the 7th ol
January, 1911, by the Honorable Mr.
Justice Martin, service of tlie writ of
summons on you was ordered to be
: made by Berving a copy Of said writ
|pf summon--, and I copy of said order
  on the defendant William Cullen, and
New Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-   also   by   publication   i f   the   notice   of
trist of New Westminster .aid writ of summons in a daily neW3-
notlce t    I   Leslie L, Dicker,  paper published and circulating in tho
Vai  ouver, B. C, occupation  district  ol  New   Westminster    ror   a
intends to appi;.  for per-  period   ol   two   (2)   weeks,  and   that
se the following de- service and advertising be deemed to
bi     ood and sufficient service of the
at  a  post  planted on said writ of summons upon you at the
|. oi   west side ol Sechelt In- expiration of two (2) weeks from the
the   northeast   .corner   of   Brat   issue in said newspaper.
nl marked "L. L. Dick-      And   further   take  notice   that   the
S'orthwest    Corner,"   thence first publication of the said notice Is
i, thence east 20 chains, made on tbe 24th   day    of January,
ith  50 chains, thence east   1911, and unless appearance be enter-
re or less to the beach, ed   tor  you   within  two  weeks  from
| an(j wsi along beach to said lasl mentioned date, at the office
imencement   and    containing    320 of the Districi   Registrar,  New West-
towns.    The cable did not prove per- [
teeth   satisfactory,    anl    even    now I
there are  some slight  imperfections.
: These however can. ii   is believed,  be 11
| removed.     The   conversations     wliich
pale ri Be silk surmounted by a bird
of paradise aigrette, which was a ravishing headgear, Btrongly BUggeBtive
of those of the numerous sustanas in
"the thousand and one nights."
It  was the creation of a Paris mo-jWere had with Windsor proved to be:
dtste, wh�� If all had gone well, would M    uud ,t , h      h
havec   i ted    erself fully pahl by the lhl(,   inU)   ,���.���   ,.,.vVn   wi���
i'1'     _   ������:���������*���������  '"���'��� eBtablishmen   by thrown tormally for     t)lic U8t.
:���,..  tad  that  this wonderful work ol      -,-,���. ,oca] ���.,,,���������     st��m extendfl
milinery art  was being worn consplc- on  ,h(>  Weg(   tQ  pr,nce    Allu.n     . ^
uouslj   by an actress of note. Moose Jaw.    Next year 1Mb expected
But  a rival  house paid for the ad- it  wi��� ,ip extended ,,,    Calgary    and
vertisements which laid chum to the
Kdmonton.    To  the  south  almost  all
the  towns  within  a  radius    of    1,600
miles can  be  reached.    To the    east!
Detroit   and   Windsor    are    now    the
limit. ^^^^^^^_
To  the  east   of  the  city   not   much
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_        has boon done in the development  of
These and other circumstances In-  telephone business,    but    next    year
duced  the court   to render judgment | Fort pran(.es  will  probably  be    con
Invention of that style of turban, anl.
besldi b, Its real creator found herst If
excluded from the advertising Bpace
of the program at the Theatre Des
Capucines, at which the delicious lit-
i le Gaby  I lesl) s was play Ing
Distinct Novelty in Amusements
NIGHT LIFE OF PARIS correctly portrayed
in 150 minutes, without waste of time or money.
SPECIAL FEATURE, direct from the Moulin
Rouge, Paris, " V Amour de L' Apache" introducing the original'Apache dance, with a special cast.
Sw'ft, Smart, Saucy and Gorgeously Girly
The largest musical organization en tour
Positively the biggest musical   show  that  has  ever
been in   this city
80   People   in   the   Company
Special train of five cars required to carry
this attraction
against the sweetheart of the dethroned king. The damages she will
have to pay would easily buy Dm
Manuel a One new sun ol London
clothes, i ��� Ing no less than $100.
Owing to the immensity of this production the
curtain will rise promptly at 8.15.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
ted witli the city.
I  ��� I   lo<s. ^^^^^^^^^^
LESLIE  L.  DICKERMAN.
J.   A.   LEWI8,  Agent.
��� mber -'0. 1910.
|THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
minster,    it.  c, judgment    will    be
entered against yon.
WHITESIDE,   KDMONDS   &   JOHN
STON,
Solicitors   for  T.   A.   Swift.
"D.MJ."
Pursuant io section 7 of the navlga-
file waters protection act  lit. S. Can.,
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Take   notice    tbat    an    application
there 1 I een deposited In the offic
pi the minister of public works at Ottawa, ami a duplicate In tbe office of
the registrar of deeds at New West-
IPilnster, British Columbia, plans and
pescrlptionB of the site und side ele-
{'atlon of a proposed railway wharf to
e con8ti icted at Port Mann, Hritish
tolumbla, and that one month after
he lirst insertion of this notice, the
:ompany will apply to the Governor-
n-Coundl for the approval thereof.
Dated   at   Toronto,   Ontario,   this
twenty-eighth day of December, 1910.
R. H. M. TEMPLE,
Assistant Solicitor.
vaters protection ad in. s. can., i,   -----   ������
'��!>��� U5), notice is hereby given that    ias b��e. ,mul�� to register Kmma Mc
      H.aren.    William    Chalmers    McLaren
and John Edward Valillee, na the
owners in lee simple, under a tax sale
deed rrom C. C. Klsher to John
MacLaren. bearing date the lst day of
April, A. I). 1!K)^, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in tbe District of New Westminster,
in tbe Province of Hritish Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Southwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 7.
You and those claiming through or
under  you  and   uli  persons  claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue  of  any   unregistered    Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
In  the  said  land  by   descent,  whose
title Is not registered under tbe provisions of  the  "Land   Registry   Act,"
are  required  to contest  the claim of
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
days from the dato of the first publication of this notice upon you, and In
we desire to thank our menus iori default of a caveat or certificate of ID
thn liberal patronage accorded  us In, pendens being  (lied  within  such  per-
����r old stand, and trust we will still |l"d, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and cadi if you wl I
be   forever   estopped   and   debarred
from setting up any claim to or In i-
spect of the said land, and I shall
register Kmma MacLaren, William
Chalmers MacLaren and John K(l-
ward Valillee as owner thereof in fee
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for thirty days In a
daily newspai er published In New
Westminster, will be good and sulll-
cirnt  service theieof.
Dated at the Lan,d Kegistry Office,
New Westminster, Province of l!t ltish
Columbia,,  tbla 9th  day   of   January,
| A. D. 1911.
C. S. KEITH,
District  lleglat.rar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
\v,
REMOVAL NOTICE.
are moving from our present
on Columbia street to 827 Car-
n street, where we will still con-
In the same business of teaming, wood antl coal,
desire to thank our friends for
TOOK   ADVANTAGE   OF
AMOROUS   WIDOWER
Toronto, Jan. 25,��� H. Strong, a
farmer Hung near Welland, has had
his dream of love rudely shattered and
Colly Stazbr, a farmer neighbor, is
under arrest charged with false pretences. When Stazer was going to
Toronto last October, Strong, wbo is
B widower witli several children gave
bim $1 to advertise for a housekeeper, wltb an ultimate eye to matrimony
Strong soon after reOQlved a letter
signed "Ethel Fisher," In which the
writer signified ber Willingness to go
to Welland. An nffectlonate eone.
pondence resulted, and then "Ethel"
wrote that she had to go (o tbo hospital   and   needed   $'J<>.   which   Strong
forwarded, in December he reoetvid
a postcard saying thai all was ovar
between them. Crowing simpletons
Strong complained to the police and
Btaier'i arrest followed lie ucknow
lodged wilting the fraudulent letteis
to Strong.
Native
AND   OTHER   SONS!
Have  you  your evening suit accessories for the coming event?
HUNDRED CLAY TABLETS
COVERED WITH WRITING
mr i.
ii and a lot of new ones
blace.
BELYEA & CO.
Office phones, l.r>0 and 732,
tice phone 819.
LAND ACT.
at
166, group 1, lu tho District
"*" i Westminster: ,
aa proof of the loss of certltl-
1,1       tie  No. 5870F, issued    in    the
I   Lee  Soon,  Lee  Yick  Quon,
Bled in this office.
���   la hereby given that I shall,
expiration of one month from
late of the first publication here-
laily newspaper published in
he City of New Westminster, issue a
ite of the said ceitificate, unless
'���   meantime   valid   objection   be
me ln writing.
C. S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
'��� Registry Office, New Westmln-
���    C, January 17, 1911.
To
NOTICE.
Water   Consumers���City
Westminster.
of   New
NOTICE.
I applications    will    be    re-1
Aoeorling  to  tbe  new     regulations
adopted at the beginning of the year,
all water servi es are pa.ab'e at least,
quarterly,    no    more    monthly    payments being received.
���.    .-       In  order   to   receive   the   henefit  of
:    - ihe Delta'Municipal Council  the 2G  rev cent,  rebate, the advance
irday, January W, at 2 p.m., for' payment, for tbe    quarter    must.    IM
m of aicessor.   Applicant to[ made  before  the end    of    the    OTt
i.'j required �� I month of the same.
K.  A.  MCDIARMID, W. A. OVSCAS
Clerk Municipal Council. ' lty Lierk.
���'   January Iftn, l. 11. City Hall. January 20. 1911.
Portion of the Archives of King Ahub
Found  on   8lte   of   the   Israel-
itlsh  Capital.
New   Vork, .Inn.  J6.���A  special  cali'<
to The Tribune from  London  says.   A
discovery ol wul Importance for Bib
Heal  history   Is  reported  from   Berlin
by The Dally Telegraph,
it  appears that  Prcfestor Reisner,
who hliH been cum;, in:-, oil the excavation,    on   the   site  of   the   Israelitlsi
capital,  in  Samaria,   has   uneaithedl
a    hundred    clay    tables    covered
with inscriptions which are be'teved to
form   a   pOTtiOfl   Of   lh"    archives    of 1
Kim;  Aiiah, a. contemporary of tlte]
prophet   Llljab.
These  inscriptions,   which   merely
In   quantity   constitute   the    mint    v*.
markable archaeological find that has
been made In Palestine, nre not cut
Into the tables, but are written In old
Hebraic characters with the Intense!'/
black Ink found In Egyptian papyri he
tween one thousand and two thousand
years before Christ.
One of them Is a letter to AtmS
from the king of Assyria, who, D-,
Yahtida believes, was either Assnr-
hanlpal or hts son Salmanesser II.
Another table contains a detailed Inventory cf the furniture In the r?yal
palace, but further particulars of th 1
find  have not  yet  hecome known.
Nevertheless, lt Is evidently des-
' fined to provide convincing; conflrma-
I t.ion of certain phases of Old Testa-
1 ment. history, which some of the fnod-
' ern critics have heen In the Inblt of
treating as altogether mythical.
Our Evening Clothes are correct by all the canons of good
form. No gentleman who is
particular as to correct dress is
without the Swallowtail for the
formal, and the Tuxedo for less
formal occasions.
Refined taste satisfied, comfortable elegance assured, when
wearing one of our DreSs Suits.
Full line of accessories to
select from; Vests, Gloves, Ties,
Etc., Etc.
REID& CO.
601 Columbia Street.
The Stcre of Satisfaction
ij.'i PAGB BIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUAR
Y 27.
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TO THE MAN
Who Figures Closely
and MAKES HIS
DOLLARS COUNT
WHEN HE BUYS
Builders' Hardware
We offer him a suggestion
that it would pay him to visit
our hardware stoie first, lt
no trouble to show our goods
ia
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
A PRACTICAL SCHOOL FOR
PRACTICAL PEOPLE.
For a good dinner go to the Cosmo-1
pclitan cafe.
W'e are certainly going to make tbis|
I sale a record b:e.ike>\ Sinclaii's lil-j
I traduction Sale.
| w. Grace)*, accused of robbing a
I man of $60 at Mis.-im on .lanuary 6,
j will come up lor trial befoie Judge
I Howay today. He elected some time
': ago to be tried at the assizes, but
! has changed liis mind since.
We are not selling a lot of odd
shares and odd si/.os, but goqd reliab c
footwear at unheard-of pri.-es. Sinclair's Introduction Sale. **
Triple corner on Eighth street and
London, $1600, one-half cash, six to
twelve months. Ueid, Curtis & Dorgan. 706 Columbia street.
Friday and Saturday special for
men, rubbers at 7Bc. Sinclair's Introduction Sale.
The B. C. E. R. started yesterday to
tear down tbe old freight sheds on its
wharf. It is the intention to start at
once on tbe construction of a much
more extensive shed. The new wharf
has been completed, with the exception of laying the tracks.
Cosmopolitan cafe has opened. **
J. O. Mercer and .1. D, Scott, of Region, are guests at the Hotel Russe 1.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A.
tram office.   Phone 310.
Keid, next
is    open    night
and
No ether school in Canada���we make
no exceptions���gives its students such
a broad and comprehensive business
education, such abundant preparation
for tbe serious duties of life. Is the
best too good for you?
Day and  Night School.
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS THE TIME
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis fer
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
.1 ���
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Choc jlates
��� AT
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Cosmopolitan
day.
Friday and Saturday special for
women, rubbers at 60c Sinclair's Introduction Sale. v'!
Under the auspices of the adult
bible class of Sixth Avenue Methodist
church, a successful entertainment
was held yesterday evening in the
church. In addition to members ol
the class, the following outsiders as
sisted in the program: Miss Chastle.
Sapperton, solo; Miss Maishall, recitation: Miss Drew and Miss Dauphlnee,
solos. Rev. Dr. Sipprell gave an address on the value of bible study, an i
Kev. C. W. Brown spoke on the church
as a workshop, dealing more patticu
larly with the progressiveness o.'
revelation.
Friday and Saturday special for infants, a large assortment of "Vici,''
'Patents," Dongolas," "Hox Calf" and
'Velour Cult's." Your choice at $1.00,
Sinclair's Introduction Sale. **
Six-room house, modern. 350 feet
from Twelfth street on K.ighth avenue:   good  stable;   lot  66*132,  $3150.
i 7UH   Columbia   stieet. **
"The Queen < f the Moulin Rouge,"
| a musical comedy depicting night life
in Faiis, is to i'e presented at the
opera house tonight. The show appeared two nights tiiis Week in Vancouver an.l received flattering notices
in the newspapers. Th.e advance sa'e
of seats lias been good.
We have the cheapest lots in tbe
city for sale on Fifth and Sixtli
streets;   all  cleared,  ready  to build;
me in and se? us about them.
White,  Shiles  A:  Co. ���*
Nothing but white labor employed
it the Cosmopolitan cafe. *���*
Full 66-foot lotscn Fourth avenue
near Second street, comfortable 7-
r;om house with full cement base
ment, only $3000, eas/ terms; onlj
small cash payment White. Shiles
& Co. ���*
The City team, wbicli meets the
:':_:. school in a soeier league match
at M.ody square tomorrow afternoon,
wi.l le picked from the following
Brisbane. McAllister, Lyons, Craig.
King, McLaren. Kwing, Gibson, Doug-
I las. Crooks, Coldicutt. Turner, Fitzgerald and Canfield.
For sale on Third avenue, premises
192x397, with good ten-room house,
grounds all in lawn and orchard;
right on car line,. Terms can be arranged to suit. White. Shiles ti
Co. *���
C. S. Keith, colonel commanding
the distiict ol Hritish Co uinbia, assisted by Major George Adams, lasta.1-
led officers of New Westminster Canton No. 4. Patriarchs Militant, yesterday evening as follows: W. ,1. Sloui,
captain; H. C. McKay, lieutenant
Homer Robertson, ensign; F. A. Johns
clerk: Lyman Wheeler, accountant
After the business of inatallatl n was
completed, the meeting discussed a
proposal to hold a ball early in
February, details of which wlll be perfected later.
Friday and Saturday special fo:
Doys, a splendid boot lor th.s weathe:,
will keep out the water. $1.95. Sinclair's Introduction Sale. **
Meals at the Cosmopolitan cafe 20c
and  up. �����
Officers of   Harmony   Encampment
No. 2, I. O. O. F., were iustalled yes
terday evening by C. S. Keith, D. D.
G.  P., assisted by George Adams, P.
I G. P..   and   S. J   May,   P. G. P.   Th<>
! officers installed were C. H. Diamond,
! C. P.;    l". a. Johns, H. P.;    Lyman
! Wheeler, S.  \V ;  Homer Robertson, J.
;W.:  C. S.  Keith, scribe;   W. J. Sloan,
treasurer:   George   Adams,  guide;   K.
B. Purdy, first watch;  C. Bryson, seo
ond watch: J, .    Doane, third watch;
i R. C. McKay, fourth watch; S  .). May,
inside guard, w. ;i. ftandcock,outside
i guard.
Improvements   Mich  will  give  the
! Koyal bank conslArablyjftpre space
��� ha e just been euuiyiatwCat the off.c;
on Columbia stieet A room lias been
torn out at the back and the additional
room will tive the    bank, an   oppoj-
tunity  to ilicl ease its _Stalf._sometiiin'.
which the manager considers will no
. necessary  in    the    course    of a few
Mveek-...    The walls and    cdling   have
J been    freshly kalsoniined,    new    win-
i dows have 1 een placed at the back of
the  office   and   altogether  the   office
improved    in   ap] earance   and   co:n-
modiousness.
Mrs. C. S. Keith returned yesterday
from Victoria, where she had been
visiting relatives for some time.
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Pboue R 2D% **
In the police court yesterday one
vagrant was given two hours to leave
the city; one drunk was lined SH.i'w
and costs and the other was allowed
to go.
Bight different programs of the
best music, with explanatory "talks,"
at the Lauder Recitals, February 1, ..
a  and  (1. **
Tbe steamer Hamlin came in from
Vancouver yesterday with a large
quantity of dynamite for use on the
Canadian Northern construction. She
is tied up at the wharf just west of
the bridge.
Lot 50x109, cn Dublin street, near
Fourteenth street; comfortable four-
room bouse, sealed: price $1400, $4on
on mortgage, balance to arrange. See
Whites Shiles & Co. ��*
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
Alterations are Making Conditions
More Complicated Every Day
Special sale prices, however, are proving so attractive that business show no sign of falllni
Our Big Alteration Sale Continues for One Week More
Every day brings forth some broken lot or odd slow selling line. These must be sod
we are through stocktaking. Today's advertisement, however, features new goods���article:
demand at the present time.    You will do well to consider these items.
out |,
la
I
Handsome
Evening
Cloaks
Substantial  Reductions  in
Price.
( Two only, Cloaks,
$25.00 each
Regular $30.00 Values.
. One cloak in pale grey
broadcloth lined throughout
with silk and trimmed witli
braid bands, and black silk
revers: the other cloak is i:i
cardinal broadcloth mule
with Bquare cut collar with
piping of black silk, front
fastened over with frogs,
lined throughout witli silk.
Sale price, each  $25.00
One only, Evening
Cloak, $27.50
Regular Value $32.50.
A handsome cloak in apricot
cloth bears the reduction
noted above. Cloak is trimmed with silk pipings to
match, silk revers relieved
with touches of-black, from
fastened with fancy frogs.
Sale price    %2~,.SO
Sale Prices on  New
EVENING GLOVES
26  Inch  Silk Gloves.
$1.35 per pair
Heavy weight silk gloves
with double finger tips, three
button opening,
pink.
Attractive Evening Dresses
Individually described and priced.    Here  are  gowns  lu  thi
newest  styles attractively designed  and   trimmed  and   what   la  ,���������.'.',
they are ready for immediate use.    The  descriptions  and   pri.   .  [0i
h)W: M$&fe<
Sky Silk Evening Gown,  $15.00
Regular $19.75. HNHB^
Silk i.s soft, nnlined with pretty   design   carried   out   in iin,    Valenciennes lace insertion, high neck transparent yoke     Sale price $15.00
Sky Muslin Embroidered
Dress, $17.50
Very  tine silky muslin nicely embroidered with bands ami flounce ol
embroidery,
price  	
transparent yoke, low neck.    Regular price $2
.   Sale
$17.50
mauve, sky,
white; sizes 6 to
price,  per  pair   . .
hades of
���ream and
;������,. Sale
 $1.33
LONG KID GLOVES
2C  Button  Length.
$3.40 per pair
White glue hid. Reynier
make guaranteed. _u button
length; si/e a\. Regular
pi i .'. $3.75. Sale price, per
pair $3.40
16  Button  Length.
$2.70 per pair
White  and   black,  sizes  6%
to 7.    Regular ' price
Sale price, per pair . .
J",.on,
$2.70
White Silk Evening Gown, $19.50
Made with high neck, short sh eves, prettily trimmed witli bands ol
Guipure insertion and embroidered witli handsome Soutache braided
design.    Regular price $2:i..r>o.    Sale price      $19.50
Fancy Net Dress, $20.00
An ivory net made over silk lining, high neck, waist    trimmed    witl
bands of insertion and satin Messaline.   and   crochet   buttons;   ski:
'���.���ith tunic overskirt trimmed with bands of insertion.    Regular price
$25.00.    Sale price $20.00
Black Silk Evening Dress, $24.50
Silk  is a black satin  Messaline made   up   with 'sleeve   and   wslsl
one piece;  peasant effect, transparent   yoke   of   tucked   net;   skin  i-
pleated and banded in, trimmed with bands of silk and pretty croche
buttons.    Regular price $28.50.    Sale price  W'.b'i
Silk and Chiffon Evening
Gown, $27.50
Pale pink chiffon evening dress made over silk,
style, round cut neck; skirt with band of silk,
Keuular price $32.50.    Sale price 	
Ecru Allover Net Dress,  $37.50
The nicest evening dress in the store.    Made of heavy dress nel
-ilk.   yoke   is   square   low   cut,  peasant   slee*e;   waist   is  made
attractive through the use of dainty Guipure motifs;  skin le
with  tunic overskirt   with point at  the Bide trimmed  with ti
old rose velvet    Regular price $45.00.    Sale  price     %V.'ti
Fancy   Trimmings at Sale Prices
The range nf trimming is rapidly becoming smaller,   Evenii    ��� enl
bring a large demand for Bequin and beaded trimmings,       d    ���
fancy appliques, tasse'.s, new i.lack ami colored drop ornaments, peir
trimmings, sequin, allovers, frogs, etc.
Waist tu ���������'������    -  - ���
Beml-hobble   i   ��� i
 $2750
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $fi,200.0t��0
Reserve        6.900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada trom 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 banking  facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
i r
: five and Ten Acre Blocks
CLOVERDALE���Five acres, a new bouse and good barn, best of goo 1
soil for market gardening. Adjoins Cloverdale townsite where
you have many city conveniences and the electric car to market.
Price   $2800.    Kasy   terms to arrange.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres   fully cleared.   This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a flrst class market garden or poultry ranch.    Price $350 per acre.    Terms,  one-third  cash,  balance ,
to arrange on easy payments.
1
Vancouver
f.J.Hart&Co,Ltd.i
Victoria     ���     Chilliwack   ���    Aldergrove %
����������������������������������� *���+������������������*�������������������� ������������������������
The House of Quality and Low Prices
New Shipment of
Dining Tables
Dining Chairs
Buffets
Golden and Early English Finish
All new goods to be sold at
January Sale Prices       j
The Lowest Prices in the City
Galloway & Lewis
BEST \AIUE FOR LEAST MCNE*
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets   New Westmins er
GEL Phone 829.
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