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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 291
..MU   V,
LIBERALS TO
MEET HERE ON FRIDAY
CHINAMAN HELD UP
AT POINT Of GUN
NEW WESTMINSTER, IU\, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, \sil.
Prominent Men of City and Port Moody Celestial is Re-
District Will Discuss Mat-: lieved of $10 and Some
ters of Importance. Meat-Police Active.
A large number of tbe prominent
Liberals ol Westminster district will
{������ in thli  clt) on Fridaj tor tbe pur-
,,���,  ol attending tbe ineeting called:
Blght  o'clock    ihat    evening    In
hall,    when    mallei,   ol    con-
able   Importance  to  the  Liberal
i   und  tbe i Ity  and  district will
be broughl up tor consideration.
three  o'clock  In  the  afternoon
members of the federal executive
meel  to discuss matters ol  urg-
The  federal  executive,   which
,  entlj   organized, is composed
W   Mayne, Central Park; John
,     Delts    P. II. H   Ramsay. Chilli-
\   parr.   Dewdney,   ami   B.
Qouiet, Westminster.
a large number ol Invitations have
,.,.,.! issued for the Hireling In the
, enlng. Including among tliose who
., , pei ted to attend aie all the
memben of the federal executive, and I clpal
\Y T  Abbott, secretary of the -Mission ! case.
. a association; Reeve w. Dick,
nf Mission; Walter M. George, secretary ol the Central Park Liberal as-
Ion Philip Jackman, secretary
*, Mount Lehman Liberal assocla
��� | c W. Munro, ex-M. L. A.. Chilli-
waci    i'   \v. Richmond.   Chilliwack
fine more boldup was added to llu
already long lint of crimes ol that
nature in this section ol the province
mi Saturday, when a Chinaman who
runs a restaurant al Porl Mood] wa:
held up al the point of a revolver and
relieved of $10 and some meat.
Two liicii entered the restaurant oa
Haturdaj afternoon, v.hen Iho proprle
in. nt the restaurant was alone, One
produced a re* oh ei and reyiu ste i i be
Chinaman to bold up i is hands. He
did sn and ibe other burglar tin n
v. fill through the t,ll taking ten dollars, all the cash mailable al 'hat
time      He  then   went   int:. the real   ol
the restaurant  ami took Bome ������������ i   I
Both men then made tbeir escape.
The   provincial     police     lice     were
notified at once and   spent    all   day
Saturday and Sunday looking for the
men, but  without  result.    The muni-
police are also working  mi the
BURGLAR GETS AWAY   [STEEL CITY SITE
WITH HAUL OE $370
Holbrook Hotel Cache in
Wine Room Rifled and
Day's Takings Disappear.
In speaking to tlie News last nigh',
('(instable Wilkie stated thai the country was overrun with tramps, the
country being worse in that respect
than it had been for many years
Trackwalkers and beggars were met
everywhere and    as    ibe    Chinaman
very indefinite description nf the men
who held bim up, ii was a 1 ard job
to  I icate tbe culprits.
Alex Archibald,  secretary  of  the  Ab-j who  was  robbed  was able to give
rd Liberal association;    s.    0.
Manzer,    Bilverdale;    D.    S.  Barton,
Cloverdale;   I lector  Ferguson,    presi-
Port   llancv   Liberal  association;
Dean     Langley.   A.  M.  Wark,
Langle:  Prairie;  Alex Mercer, Rosfr
iei  Fox, Coquitlam; Captain
v.'   r  Stewart,  Eburne;   Dr.  Wilson.
and many others.
LET $70,000  PEARL   SLIP.
PEOPLE SNOWBOUND
DURING RECENT STORM
One of lhe most mysterious burglaries wliich the police have attempted to cope With toi a long time was
reported on Saturday morning, when
the proprietor nf the iioibrook bote,
discovered that he bad been robbed
of $370 during the night. The case i.i
a peculiar one.
When the two bartenders, Alex, Mc-
; ionald ami Walter Archlbafd, locke I
up loi- tbe nigh; they took a.l tie
money from the cash r< gis or and
pia ed ii in a cigar bn:-. w hieh they
locked in the wine room at the rear
of tlie bar.
It disappeared, 'ihat is all thai
seems to in- known of ihe occurrence.
When the place was opened in the
morning the door to the wine room
was open and the money gone. A
small (dgar box containing about ten
dollars in silver was le t on the
floor, but of the cash iu tie other
box there was no trace.
I). McDonald, lhe proprietor of lhe
hotel, was sick at the time, but he
got nut of bed and notified ibe police
at once. So far no arrests liave been
made.
It i.s thought that the burglary was
committed by some one wdio at one
time knew the geography of the hotel
pretty well, as tbe (dgar box was not
only locked in the Wine room, but was
also  concealed  from   view,
ENDORSED BY MOORE
RECIPflOOW TALKS
AT WASHINGTON El
PRICE  FIVE  CENT&
vaccinaYrw
typhoid elver
President  of  Big   Concern Canadian   Representatives Soldiers at Vancouver,Wash.
DREAM    MYSTERY   SOLVED.
Pleased With Site Above
Sunbury.
in an article printed in Saturday's
issue of the Dailj News, dealing with
the flotation of a ten million dollar
loan by James A.  Moore, president Of
the Western Steel corporatl in, for use
in the expansion and development ol
the' big Bteel concern, it was stated
that   the   plans  and   locat'on  cf  the
Canadian planl would not be re\'ealed
until the return of Mr. Moore trim
London.
This story came lo the News as a
telegraphic despatch from Seattl-,
and. whether Intentionally or accidentally, was so worded as to cast a
doubt on tbe intentions of Mr. Moore
and his associates with regard to tic
location of their Canadian plant above
Sunbury, on the south side of the
liver. This site, Which is now known
as Steel City, was ;e!oced by Mr.
Moore's representatives in British Columbia early last montli, their choice
being confirmed by Mr. Moore, as tbe
following telegram to one of the Vancouver directors shows;
New York, Dee. 30, 1011.
R. P. McLellan,
Vancouver, B. C.
Vou an 1 associates have my hearty
approval   of  site  selected  below   New
Westminster for steel works.    1 think
situation excellent. Congratulations.
��� Signed.I       J. A. MOORE.
This definite announcement was
followed a couple of weeks by another
wire   from   Mr.   Moore,   in   which   he
Leave. ��� Result Will   be
Known This Week.
Washington, Jan. 22 ���The American ami Canadian reclprecitj commis
sinners, after enlivening yesterday,
began their last ses: ion of the treaty
conference. All members were pies
ent   and  also  Secretary   Knox.
At tbe concl 'Sion Of t! e ses i n,
the commissi ners Jointly issued the
following  statement :
"Th.e negotiators have reached an
understanding, which, when certain
formalities aie completed, will te
made public al V\a hingtcn and Ottawa. It is thought ibis may he done
next  Thursday."
The reclprocitj conference, which
terminated si successfully was
preceded by seve:al other attem. ts
which came to naught, the last being
about ten years ago. The present
movement differed from others in the
absence of long-drawn-nut negotiations, as the agreement was readied
within a remarkably short time, con-
sidei ing   its   imponance.
Treaty    cr    Resolution.
It is not even known what form the I
Rendered   Immune  From
The Disease.
Vancouver, Wash., .Tan. 21. ��� Va<--
cination tor typhoid fever las been
as thoroughly established as anything;
in medicine, according to Captain A.
Reasoner, of the hospital corps, ol
this posi, who has made a specialty
of the study of the new treatment.
Captain Reasoner was one of the first
to vaccinate himself With tl.e new
\ accine.
Since that lime, more than a year
ago, more than -tun officers, officer-;'
wives and soldiers have volunteer**!
to be Inoculated, all with splendid results. Women appear to be affected
leas; by the vaccine, some min ling It
not at all. It leaves no scar, causes
no core and disappears in twenty-four
hotirs. Its effects on men ranges from
lassitude for ten or twelve hours \n
slight nausea and pains in the body,
but tbis is unusual.
Vaccine Arrives.
Major Jere B. Clayton, post surgeon, has received a quantity of thr?
vaccine, and a call for volunteers has
been made. It is expected that all in
the post, including the wives and children of the men, will be made    im-
announced    agreement     will     take; .mune t0 typhoid fever this winter tag
whether  it  will  be  presented  in  the . spring.
shape of a treaty or take the shape of | wll0le companies are vaccinated at
a simple joint resolution, to le hiid,one tlme- ln the afternoon the men
__^_ _____ 1 are  marched  to    the    post    hospital.
(Continued on Page Four.)
Cold   Snap   Caught   Victims   Unawares
Around   Upper  Sumas���Barns
Damaged  by  Wind.
Flawless Gem  Recently  Exhibited    in
Bend Street Comes to America,
m, Jan  22 ��� According to   the
Engll | apers, Loud in has misl
ed tbi   oppo ' unltj   ol   ac p.ir ng  one
��� pearls In the world.
ecimei   which is said to   be 1 screen on which tlie things that one
($70, , and  was re-       Charles   E.  Sands   was  a   vi-tor  to j has been doing during the day are re-
Ition  in the    window   ihe city yesterdaj from Uppei Sumas.   fleeted.      He   declares    that   super-
known Bond street Jeweler,!He reports thM the recent coW map  stiUon regarding dreams   is   "bosh,"
\merira.    Tbe pearl   was fell  most sevoreiv   by tli*- ranch- \ and adds  that  if one were to realize
(��� ol   a tea, and is ab , ers  on  Sumiis  Prairie;   several  barn.*
i     In commenting on   were more m- less demolished bj  the
e members of ibe linu  high -aind and driving snovi   Am mgsl
Id u said. |the sufferers  in  that   direction  were
"Tia reason bo many pearls   have  the Wendal Bowman and "Mel" Fad
don ranches the latter farm now being (cerate.i by Mi". Featherstonehaugh, recentlj ot Buranhy Lake.
Quite   a number   of   pe >ple   were
caught  In the storm nm  Monday even-
  ! refers  to  the  $10,000,000  loan.    This
Toft's  Psychologist  Says    They    Are! reads; j ^L
Photognphs of Events. **     ' New York. Jan. IB, 1911.'
Medford,  Mass..    Jan.    22.���Or^aniS | R. P- McLellan,
are   not   meif   fantasies   of  the  brain, i Vancouver,  B.  C. '
due to P. bad sioniach or a diseased I Have closed contract With English |
mind, but aie the natural sequences capitalists for ten million dollars���i
of events which have actually taken $1,000,000 payable February 1, $2,000,-
place in life, declares Dr. Morton 000 in ninety days, balance as re-
Prince, psychologist and professor ol quired. This transaction means every-
medicine at Tuft's college. i Hung for development of steel lndus-
The doctor asserts that   the brain,!try    in  British    Columbia,    sail    by
working  while one sleeps, acts as   a \ Adriatic for London.    Will be hack in
WESTMINSTER'S FAVORITE
STRESS F1EES THEATRE
Hazel Kirke, in "Stubborn Cnderella,
and   Strong   Supporting   Company,
Plays to Capacity  House.
lined up, the part to be vaccinated.
usually the hip or arm, is made-
sterile, aud the i .'ection. made.
History of the Germs.. -*~-
The germs used in    tbe    injection
i were obtained from the spleen of    it
! man   who   died   about   sixteen   years
', ago, and have been growing since that
I time in test tubes of    gelatine    and
, beef   broth.    To   make   the    varctie.
fresh twenty-four-hour growths are obtained on agar, a medium used mncli
, In the bacteriological laboratory. The
Seattle early in February
��� Siuned.)        J. A. MOORE.
These two telegrams are emphatic
enough   to   convince   anyone   of     the
(Continued on Page Four.)
AGED
Manager Charles A. Goettler took n i
long chance when he decided to bring'
"A Stubborn Cinderella" to Westmin-
HOMESTEADER
PASSES   TO
REWARD
Kdmonton. .Tan. 22.���One of the olil-
of
the   corporation   with   ster for the third time in less than a   est men who ever filed a claim on a
is   hecause  wh��n     the    ovster
I'L-  sand   is  apt   to  get   into
and  this,   ���-ruing  in  contact   witli
. is forming inside 11*
ible to   Borafc h    it     t>aris
������  i   li.   are risiug is  prica all  the
$70,000 specimen Is <.he
Iue ol  which 1 am aware."
CRUISERS ARE  COMING
TO TEST COAST COAL
N*vj Vard, Puget Sound. Jan. 22.���
��� uisers West Virginia
and Maryland are to cone to this
>ird ��� ., ��� : aboul a month cruising
in Page! Bound and vicinity. Tho
cruisers will take on supplies of vnrl-
' M ::: i.s    ef  Washington
������' ��� " ���   tn lie used in tests.
roal    at
New Park for Paso��.
Pasoo   Jan.   22.���A  deed   has  hem*
reoelvsd   from   tlie   Northern   Pacific.
by wliich  jt  makes over  to  the    City     . . .
about ten acres, just north of the new   gard's lake and Earle8 slough
s'   Patrick's church.    It  is the intern
Umi ef the city to make it    a   city
park
lng and were ohliiad tn obtain refuge
at tlie nearest ranches and ia main
them for several days
a parts of si\ Indiana crossing the
prairie in a wagon had io cut the
horses loose and walk lis ihe W< Won
Bowman place, wheie they wore
"guests" till Satvrtey.
Mrs FeathetalOBbhaugh arriving by
the evening enr Trom Burnaby, Qor
don Kvans riding on a BadttMhorse
from Chilliwack, ami Jack McAdam
from Somas City, were all snow
bound from Monday in Fii'sv. and
found a woloonve refuge at lhe Jimmy
McAdam ranch, Upper sumas.
Wlipn (he blizzard subsided on the
thirteenth inst. several skating parties
were arranged and though the ice wa��
.ymowhat rough a good time was
spent   by  the  young  people  on   Hug
that dreams are nothing more nor
less than the photographs of evens
in whi.di t ne has been i be i hiel actor
a great deal w i'l be added to one's
;<    i  ol mind.
WOMAN   ARTIST  DEAD
Mrs.   Mary  A.   Johnston     Was
Academy Exhibitor in Youth.
Tacoma. Jan. 22���Mrs. Man,' A.
Johnston, age 1 9."i yea��*s, died yeater-
da> ai the home of her daughter, Mrs
James N. l'.indley. Mrs. Johnston
was the daughter of Thomas Wheeler,
a famous court artist of London, and
the  niece  of  Lady    HutchlngB,    with
bona   fldeu-___^_-__^^______________________    _
repx"<d to the establishment of a big~ year, but his optimism in the drawing Canadian homestead is dead at Leduc.
Bteel works just above Sunbury. The power of his attraction and his faith Ezra Ferguson, a native oi tbe Fni-
detaHs, which include an immense in the "show sense" of this city was ted States, came to Alberta over a.
plant living employment to several amply justified on Saturday evening, year ago with several neighbors. lie
hundred men. anl tie laying out of a when the opera house was filled al- took up a quarter section some miles
townsite, have already been published most to capacity. Other attractions from l.educ and tbere settled down to
in these columns. ; which   have   attempted   to   play   tbis  put In the three years' residence pre*-
ln   speaking   with  reference  to  the   town twice in one year have had rea-   scribed by law.
Royal   Seattle despatch, one of the members  son to regret the second venture, but |    Though lie was eighty years of age>
jof the  Brm  of  Kennedy   Bros.,  which I this is not the case with "A Stubborn   he took up the task with all the en-
j is interested  in the townsite proposi-1 Cinderella."    The more it is seen the  thusiasm of a boy.
ition with the Western Steel corpora- ��� better it is liked. As In the case of
tion, pointed out that it was not the [a certain widely advertised ceieal
intention  to make the Hritish  Colum-j food. "There's a reason."
j bia branch of the fli ni an auxiliary to I     The reason Is Miss Hazel Kirke, the
| the  Brondale   plant,   but   to     have    a J lovable   young   prima   donna,   B.   Coit
j bigger   concern   on   this   side   of   the I Albertson,    little    Lillian    Goldsmith,1
I line.     Whether   the   word   "auxiliary" i.Veal    Hums,    Bobbie    Wagner,    Dan
branch or not is open to question, but j     Miss Kirke,    of    course,    was    the
whom she s|*bm most of her ���pirlhood,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___^_^__     ^^^
Mrs.  Johnston   inherited   tbe  talent | used  in  Saturdays  story   was  chosen I Movies,    Mabel    Charlebois    and    the
of her father and ai the age of eleven iin order  to convey the idea  that the I bevy   of  pulchritude    which   wrigrrles
veins   was   one   of   the   evhitii'ors   at j Irondnle plant would remain the main   and  wiggles in abbreviated costrmeis
the    Royal    Academy,    the    youngest |
artist ever accorded ihat honor.    The
subject  of her painting was "Saul."
Dp to two years ago Mrs Johnston
had continued her work with the
brush. She is survived by tive daughters. She came tn iaeomn twenty
veins ngo with Mr. and .Mrs. Bradley,
Mr. Bradley is a newspaper man.
He was seized with ::n illness some
weeks ago, and, thongn, previous to
that time he was hale and hearty, Ms
old age counted materially against his
recovery and on Wednesday lie died.
Sons who live in Minnesota, will
look after the body which now rests
in Taylor's morgue at Strathcona.
RUSSIA   TO
ADOPT
THE    INCOME
TAX
MAN  DARNS  ON  LA WAI,
WIFE   GRANTED   DIVORCE
Minneapolis, Jan. 22.���A  man
mena his own tnonaers iwil darn
own Bocks, but he hasn't the right to
''    thl    on   the  front   lawn  and  call
,:'' attention of tlw neighbors to tbe
la "   that   his    wife    has    overlooked
v'��^i* little jobs.
1 ������  Hennepin county district court
I  'Ids  question   In    a    dedbffon
'    ���iday  granting  Ntrttle Week
ij s divorce from Henry R. Weekly.
"' lei ���  than    three    months    after
���    be said, he began mending
liis clothes  on  the front   lawn.    She
���'��� also hid the soap tto that dfce
'    ' : ic i  gel the olotlves ok-an.
Tbe Vancouver Gun club hunting
lodge at Evan Thomas station (Upper
Sumasi Buffered but slight damage
from fhe drifting snow, whi e
Brown's hunting lodge at Sumas lake
escaped with onlv a free>'*ng up of
several articles In tlte conunlssei Int.
may: (if the few duck hunters who vends tured out in quest if ti��eir favor te
sport two or three suffered frost bii-
tcn bands and faces.
Although the thermometer register
ed from two to seven degrees below
zero during tbe week. It is believed
that very little material damage was
done to the pheasants in the neigh
borhood,
The duck, have just commenced to
return to the prairie after their hurried  visit to the salt   warer.
GIRL  DISREGARDS
THREAT OF  DEATH
AMERICAN ARCHITECTS
FOR CITY BEAUTIFUL
Indorse    Washington    Chapter's    Proposition for Committee to  Further Such Work.
San  Francisco, Jan   22.���The forty-
fourth convention ot   tne   American
Institute of Architects, now in session
In San Kraneisco, expressing approval
of present efforts toward city planning
in various    American    cities,    iinati'-
niously passed a resolution providing
for a committee for the express pur-
Belltncham,    Jan.  22���TV-lema    La   I'08* of  investigating  and   furthering
j Comte, fifteen yrars old, appeared in  this work.    The resolution was intro-
j court this afternoon and told a story , (iuce(i t)V ttle Washington state Chap-
llHIfl'C  l/fiTr  CU I CM   wlli,h hotlni1 ovw Fre,l Stone to   the  ter delegation.
UniU O   lUIL   uLlLlIiU   superior court  to answer Ote charge I .
^^^^^H i of inveigling her into white slavery.
onrt  had  committed] JUDGE  REFUSES TO
MAY RIVAL
in any event its use was a mistake,
for the Fraser river concern will be
thc larger of the two.
The townsite of Steel City will not
he placed on tbe market for si me
time, but nearby properties, advertised as sucb. will le foil in the
meantime.
prime favorite with the audience. And
no wonder. Old she not face off the
ball at a Minto Cup lacrosse match
here last fall ? But apart from her
incursion into Canada's national
game, Miss Kirke is entitled to all
the praise meted cut  to her, here or
St. Petersburg, Jan. 22.���The prcpo-.
sals for an income tax in Russia ha.<t-~
been estimated to bring in about .Tjj;.
000,000 per annum. The numt_a_ 0f
persons in the Russian em1>iB��> with
an   income  from  all  sources exceed-
PASSER OF POOR CHEQUES
LANDED BY CITY POLICE
Leon  Boyd, Accused    of    Exchanging
Worthless Paper for Real  Money,
Will  Face Court Today.
Another had che pie artist was
raked In by the city jolice on Satur
day  night.    He  is a man  giving
tie
elsewhere, and that is saying a great | iDg $500 per annum is less than in the
deal.    Her acting and singing is    al-j kingdom   of   Prussia,    being    696,700
ways of the stellar variety.
Lillian Goldsmith, a dainty sou-
brette. danced like an airy fairy, and
it Is no wonder Skeeter loved her so
much that he finally married her. All
the lioys envied   Skeeter.
The acting of Albertson, who imper
only. In the higher incomes, espe-
1 daily in incomes exceeding $10,000;
Russia shows to much better advantage. Thg tax on incomes of $500
works out at aB^Ut 5 per cent cn in
comes
cent, i
$25,000 and up^a^S. at 15 per
_________________________________   eckoning together thd  l^'poseJ
sonates Mac, was clever and convihe-1Incoke tax and all other form "*'i{-'<!l"
ing, and he bad a good foil in Dan reet taxation now in force.
Movies, the blustering Scotch colonel. | if the proposed Income tax becomes'
All the other Important fats weie law a number of existing taxes, such
well taken, and as fer the minors��� ' as tlle lodging tax. personal trade cer-
well, the costumes were gorgeous | tlficateB, and similar taxes on indua-
and   harmonLed   perfectly   with    the, try and trade will probably be   ahro-
chortis. ���	
The encored song hits of the even-
lag include 1: "When You First Kiss
the Last Girl You Love," "Don't Be
Anybody's Moon But Mine," "Love Me
gated.
name of Leon Boyd, and he Is accused j jllg't  Becati*e," "I'm in
of pissing five bad cheques on Friday | the Girls   I Know"   and   "If   They'd
Another was found in   Only Let Poor Adam's Rib Alone."
General   Summers   Dead.
Portland.   Ore,    Jan.    22.���General
Owen Summers of Civil    and    Philli-
Love with all ! pine war fame, died here late tonight
"Unci,
 . - Not until the^^^^^^^^^^^
I Stone did the lift I* girl tell  the chief
Joe Cannon's Home Develops | of police and the prosecuting attorney
nf   the  threats.
"Some one called me up Friday,'
she snld, "and told me that if I did
nn<t leave town right away I would he
killed "
WEAR OFFICIAL  ROBE
Political  Corruption   Problem���
Several Denials.
D
-'City
'"vllle. 111., Jarij
r''v Prank Jones, who was reported
to liave made a confession Ihat he had
"''"ll1 votea at the last election, thla
"'""loon denied that, he had, hut
"' ll'"1 that he believed there had been
many votes trafficked in. He said he
favored
<\ttor-i COUNCIL WILL PROBE
POLICE JUDGE'S ACT
North Yakima, Inn. 22.���The action
of Police Judge Bounds In dismissing
the case of Harry N'olin. arrested
Thurs.lav night for r'd ng a cayuao
into a dgar store, [a to he investigated
bv tbe cltv council.
According   to    Mayor   Schott,   the
polLe    are    much    incensed      ^^^
Sheriff  Shepard,  who  alro  was re-! Nol an  Is the judge's personal friend.
,"'1''11 to have confessed,   would   say [    Nolan has heen arrested before for
nothing In regard to the vote buying,   similar offencfes.
a mass meeting  where all of
"niilbliiles could get  together and
'"lore the  grand jury  and tell all
V know. i
Kverett, Jan. 22.���Judge W. W.
Black, of Snohomish county superior
court, may he cited to appear before
the state legislature for his neglect
to wear the judicial robe prescribed
by the law. Word to this e"fect is
brought here hy politicians who were
In Olympia yesterday. Judge Black,
so far as can he learned, is the only
judge in the state who steadfastly refused. The statement comes from
Olympia that some legislators feel aggrieved, pointing out that while his
honor is explaining the law to those
who come before him, he himself is
., ���_ disregarding a statute, The judge
saying] has frequently voiced his objection
to the black gown, holding that the
legislative command to wear it is a
curtailment of his iiersanal liberty.
and Saturday
his possession when he was arrested.
The cheques he passed were signed
"Doane & McKay," and v.ere all for
small amounts, ranging hetween $lii
and $19. He got them cashed at differ-
ent gent's furnishing stores in the
city, but did hot seem to bother anyone else.
The charge which he will face in
the police court this morning will
obtaining money under false pretences. The Information was laid by
J. E. Brown. Nothing is known of
Boyd here.
BABE KILLS ITS SISTER.
Three-Year-old    Boy    Plays    with    a
Shotgun.
Pes  Moines.  Iowa.  Jan.  22.���Little
Clara Corbjn, six yea's old, was killed
'last    night    by    her    tl^ce-: ear-old
i brother,  who  shot  her  in  the  head
__ ' with a shotgun, 'which the father, T.
be   II.  Corblil, had left standing by the
kitchen  door  upon returning  from a
rabbit  hunt.
of pneumonia after an illness of tw(��
days. General Summers ���wva si ty*
years of age.
BANK SUES FOR CASH
PAID OUT BY MISTAKE
Alleges that Customer Carried Away
$200   More   Than    Amount
Due Him.
WIDOW 17 YEARS OLD
REQUIRES NO GUARDIAN
Collision at Calgary.
Calgary, Jan. 22.���The ea thound j _
Soo-Portland flyer and a freight train I
were In collision in the yards this | Ellensburg, Jan. 22.���The care. oT
morning. The engines, baggage cars the Cle Elum State bank versus l._x>
and several cars were damaged  and   Clmma,  was  heard  In  the    suporSor
North Yakima, Jan. 22.���Because
she was a widow, Mrs. Helen D.
Clark, 17 years old, was not required
to have the consent of parent or
guardian to get a license to marry
Charles B. Clark, aged' 32 yeurs, today.
Mrs. Clark was married when she
was thirteen and ls the mother of two
children.
The opinion as   to    consent
one baggageman slightly injured.
court yesterday.
I Clmma, foreman of a crew of Italian,
laborers, is charged with bavlng appropriated money belongina; to- thf)
bank.    lt. is alleged that    h�� cashod;
I given by Prosecuting Attorney Ward.' sea level.
Japan's Formosan Campaign.
Victoria,  Jan.   22.���According  to  a
dispatch brought  by the Salo  Maria
the second campaign against Formo- the checks of twelve laborers,.amiHinl-
sans has been started by Japan. The lng to $578, hut was given $200 trx��
Tolock and Musha tribes, ncted for much by mistake. He denies this,
their fierceness, are now being at-1 The cashier, the clerk and the com-
tacked. They are living in a raoin- panlons of Clmma, at the time cf the
was | tain  at a  height of S000 feet above occurrence, were   cross-examined y< a-
terday. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY,  JANUARY  23,
1911.
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SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO. I CANADA SUITS
ARTHUR HAWKES
WANTED���WE HAVE A CLIENT
who is prepared to buy one to e
��� ��� en lots porth of Sixth avenue
nnd west ol Tenth Btreet, if same
are pined marketably. Ueid. Curtis
& Dorgan, 706 Columbia street.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs. A.. M.
Malins. 125 Third aven  ���
WANTED���BV AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, w .irk by tha
day.     Apply,    Miss    McLean,   411
Tenth   si reel.	
W VNTED - - EXPERIENCED    HELP
for  small   family.     Must     be    g "' I
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
English Imperalist Journalist Founds Paper Here
and Shows Cause.
plain cook.   B< si wages,
C lumbia stn et,
Abb
201
WANTED ��� TEAMSTER,      WALSH
���.ash and Door Factory, City.	
WANT El i  --   CARPENTERS,      ME
ehani'-s, homi seekers to help & ttlo
and bull l  up a i ewlj   cleared centrally located subdi l3ion on street
var line.    We  furnish  cleared  lo .
lumber and material on the ground
al Cost.    \ "'i bull 1 your own home
for residence, renl  or sale, or we
will build you a   home   to sui    oi
small     monthlj     payments.     Ca!
I elbly  &   Blumer  Realt)   Co.,  1108
Dominion Trusl    building,   S'ancou-
, er.   (Tel,   8365),   ��� r     L3  Ci lumbl i
Btreet     New     Westminster,     Tel.
C87.   Open evenings till 9 p.m.
\vA\TKii--T(i "ki:nt ltnfurnish-
e(ji . j-< or i even-roomed hous i;
musl be close In; careful tenants.
Haln< b P. 0.  Bos  30. 	
and   Agas-
Kootenay
(No, or.).
Seal tie and
md   Nicola,
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No, 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.
19:20���From Vam ouver,
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipc
(No. 11.
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipc-;.
i! :oo   To Vancouver,    (No, 971.
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No  Bi I,
17:50���To Agassi/ and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
WANTED���JAPANE E WOMAN FOR
housework, Apply G.. P. O. Box 29,
Daily News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS FOR PRI
vate boarding house; fust cl iss
board; all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.	
WAITED ��� SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings street east.
1. VV. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass, Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver,      New Westminster.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
OARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster B< anl of Train meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting oa the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
W A N TEI >���W \ 1TRESS IMM E DIA T E-
ly.   Apply Premier hotel	
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS MAX
requires, pood sized, comfortable
room with partial beard. Apply box
1��, News office.
TO LET ��� COMFORTABLE BED*
room for ene or two gentlemen:
half block from city car line. 417
Fourth  Street.
FOR SALE���HEATING STOVE, NEW
flve  weeks ago.    513 Agnes street.
FOU SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
ecow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City,
. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, eor-'
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, j
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.: W.
C. Ccatham, P.O.. recording secretary: .'. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
.lohnston.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
6treet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Wil'iums building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. .McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Th.e British News of Canada is the
latesl addition, and ere of (onstdi :-
able Importance, to the list of weekly
publications In the Dominion. In a
preliminary pamphlet. Arthur Hawkes,
who will edit the new journal, has
the following to say:
Ten years ago, when I was special
commissioner of the Daily    Dispatch
of Manchester, my brother wrote me
from Saskatchewan that I hough British journalism was a great. Held I
should some day return to canadi.
and run a paper qf my own. His
prophecy has come true. I am a living monument of the almighty attraction of Canada for the people who
have once breathed the newer, freei
air of the country, and have once
drunk of the waters of the Saskatchewan. I came back lo Canadi five
years ago; and. afii r an i xperience
of the country thai few people have
had in that time, I have started "The
13 i'i li News of Canada" as my con-
tiibution to the future citizenship ol
those who love the Old Land, while
t hey come to the new,
A hundred thousand men in Britain
would gladly come to Canada If thi ll
wives wee willing. Nobody is systematically preaching to the women
i '���!��� gos] el of the cook sto\ e, and kit-
11 en cabinet, or to the children, I be
glories of the toboggan. "The British
News of Canada" will aim i i impart
to wife and bairns the domi stic at-
i' i. ��� i i \ eness of Canada.
"The  Hritish News of Canada" will
te a propagandist paper for the general ad*, anti ���. e of Canada.   But it \\ 111
ni t  be a mere boomster organ, di al
lng out excessive   superlatives    tha
defeat their own object.   Canada la a
good  enough   country    to    have    the
truth told about it, and "The British
News of Canada" expects    to rendei
sorvl e  to  Canada   of  such  a   quail 5
as will make iis advertising i a sound
as the information and advice ii  will
impart on its own responsibility, The
weak, idle and \i Ious must  be warned away.    The well meaning philanthropist   who thinks tbat  Canada was
created to le a receptacle for those
whom the older land does not kn iw
: how to reform, needs to be told thai
1 e is mistaken: ancl that we are going to be as careful as to the breed
of people we welcome to Canada   as
we are about, the kind of    stock    we
admit to the fellowship of our flocks
and herds.
Take an instance of immigration
through semi-philanthropic means.
Lord Grey told me that the most important problem in Anglo-Canadian
emigration is that of getting the homeless child in Hi itain to the childless
home in Canada.    Under tbe 'are ot
should have responded to manv inducements to settle in the l'nited
States, Bul though these are an-
.,, ,.. limes for the empire- all timi
are    there is  no  need  to  worry about .
the future of Canada, or her future re
Iation  to the  Empire, or even aboi I
the Tomorrow ol the Old Country.    |
11 you ha\e been in an English \ 11
hue when a man has let urned alio:
living Beveral years In Canada yob
will know that Ids friends marvel al
him���"lie is set up physically, he
sj eiks heiter Effglish;  he is   bigger
than they suppose 1 I e could eve: I"'
come, under the old conditions. Aa
the average man is. so the nation will
be. l'l.e strength of the Imperial tie
in Canada de] ends OH whether the
man In the Saskatchewan Valley who
is breaking up the bi il thai has wait*
, i for him through Immemorial centuries, can feel the pulse of the Great
l-.mi Ire beating within him as he
walks in the lonesome furrow and
cries "Haw" and "Gee" to bia panting
oxen.
Railway Time  Tables New  Westminster
��� Mail Service
KING    GEORGE    APPEARS    FRIGID.
But Those Who  Know  Him Say This
Is   More   Apparent   Than   Real.
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver  for  New  West
minster'at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  U:S0  P-m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50. 7;20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after  until  11:00 vml.
Sunday Schedule.
Car3 leave Vancouver  for  New   Wesl
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., ant
every    half    hour    thereafter    umi
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai
couver al  2:0n a ni    ���!���.'.������ v  tin
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Time
of
Arrlva
20:00-
'liaie
of
losing;
It.
7:30
��� 30
:
10
7:30
London,  Jan,   22.���In   this   co   ma
tlon year evi ry one in '!i<- ' mplie is
Interested   in   the   habits,   chi racter-
Istics    and    peculiarities    of    King
George.
Tl '��� king la apparently a c 'ld< r i er
- ei tut) than his late lami nnd fai h r,
and his circle of friends, aa might n i-
turally be exi ecied. la i.' i - at
lie is not whai is called In America n
: id ml* er."
But ilose who have hen admit I
to the circle of Intlmat i filendi i'i i
with King Gei r e say that tie fi ig-
Idlty ol his manner is more upper' nl
than   real, and  that,  whi e moi ��� i
inimical  than   King   Edward, he   and j
ij iei n Mary are equally chai itable.
One who seems to have considerable knowledge of the king'a lall> life
says l is tailor hills are nol half wI al
King Edward's used to be In a year,
According to tnis authority the late
king rarely wore the same Bull more
��� i half a dozen timi a oft( n only
, n e or tv i e ��� v, title King Geo
trequentlj wears a suit three or four
dozen timea bt fi re it la discarded,
Tke new king is a collet tor of curios. Bpendlng aboul B2000 a year in
tins manner, and.  like every  colle -
tor,  has  been  lm] os< d  on   on r
t w i e. in tiiis eoiine. t mi a sl ory is
told thai some yeara ago, when he
was Duke of York:, he pur '. a-('d a
brass plaque described as being of
sixteenth century English workmanship. This plaque was purchaa d al
a chai ity sale for one hundred guineas. It subse plenty developed that
it was a specimen of modern Indian
workmanship, and was worth about
��5. As the mi ney paid for the
plaque went to charity, the duke did
not regret paying it, but he di-p se i
of tbe article to a dealer.
Some time latter he saw th.e pia iue
for sale in Paris, with the statemeni
on it that it had come from the collection of the Duke of York, and on
inquiring the price was told that he
could have it for three hundred guineas. Perhaps it is in America even
now.
Cars    leave    New    Westminster   at    ,
a.m. and every hour until 11  p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver  at  7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westmlnstei
at B a in. to iu p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave Vancouver at
S a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Lea\i s    New    We I    In   er    10:2
m.: ani\es Seattle 3:15 p. m.
1:02 p. m.
a
l eaves New- VVei tmlni tei
arrives Seal lie 7: 15 J', m.
l.ea\ea    New    Weslmlnstt r    4 21
p. m.;  ai rives Seattle S  10 p. m,
Leaves    New    \\ estminster    12:li
a. in.:   arrives Seal lie (J: 15 ;.. m.
Lea* es  Seattle  8 05  a. m ;   arrlvi
New Westmlm ti r " 50 p. m.
Leavea Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrives
New   V, esl min -'er  5: 55  p.  m.
Lea', es  Seatl le  4:35  p. m.;   ai rive
New Westminster D 25 p, m.
Leavi ������ Seattle 11:15 p. m.; ai rivet
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
United states via i-
(daily except Sunn
s: 30 -Vancouver via U .    |
idaily except .
13:00���Vancouvi r via 13, c  i
'daily  except   Bund    Ul:0fl
18:00���Vancouver via 13. c
(daily except  B 11
8:30���Victoria via B. c. i;. p.
(daily excepl Bund
13:00���Victoria  via  B, C,  i:. ,;.
(daily  excepi   Sunday).!
7:30 - United States via G. \\ r
(daily ' mi".i .
15:00���United States via G.
(dailj " . epl Sun ;., qq
12:10���All   points   east   and
ii>i e   (daily i     -..,(.
23:00���All points e, i
lope   (dail, )
12:10- Sapperton and
Mills (dally
Sunday|
20:00   Sapperton    and
(dail)      .    ���  i
Sundayi      	
2:10   Coqull lam    i dailj    i
13:00   C( ntral    Park    . n
monds     (dailj     i
Sunda* i      	
3:30-  Bai I    Hnrnaby   ai
qultlam   (dailj
Sunday      	
10:00   Tli iberland,
Hill   ; ml   South   We
minster   (1 .
Friday)      '....
ami   Eu-
15 ir,
30
I'i;
10:00���Ladner,    Porl     I
Westli nu Islai d
10:00���Annieville,  sum,;'
excepl    iundaj 30
0-00���Ami' i ;     I: land     Mi ���
Wednesday
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster  daily, ex
cept    Sunday   from   bridge   pas i
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Porl
Guichon 6:30 ii. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a. m
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger Btatlon
10:20 a.m.
day     ...
10:00���Wood warda
Thursday
day     ...
9:00���Vanci ; < i.
Ins     via
i Tui
and    S
I    30
1
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a. in: arrives
bridge passenger station. New West
minster, 10:20 a.m. daily except
Sunday.
Leaves New West-minster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:(io p.m. daily except Sunday
PI  '
G    s    y.
i dally excepl
11:30���Cloverdale an I Port !<���
idaily except   s n I
ll :30���Clayton  (Tui sday, T
day,   Fi iday   and   .
daj       	
ll :30���Tynehead   (Tuea I
Friday l 	
8:30���Burnaby   Lake   (dail*   ���
cept Sunday  	
JO:00���Abbotsford,  Matsqui H
tlngton, etc.   (d
cept   Sunda.. I   	
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine      idaily     <     ���
Sunday)        7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern III
and   Hazlemen   i I  ���
day, Thursday ai ! .-' it-
Baik of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
N?*fou. dl_nd, sue in London, Eng
tied, New Yoik, Ch'fago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Issued, available wltt
correspondents in all parts of ths
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit!
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest ailowe4. at 3 per cent, per
annum   I present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.: circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM
CurtU Ulock.   P. O. Box 694.
2?
tNEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1 on p. m   Dully
TO SEATTLE.
lOaXi a. m   Dally
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dallv except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:Oh p. rn Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
ll:0n p. m Ian. 7, 21., Feb. IS
TO  QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Jan. 10, 24;  Feb. 7, 21.
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING   CAMP|
���8:30 a. m Kvery Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent. Westminster.
H   W. BRODIE,
���G. P. A.. Vancouver
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, -Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
On   Lulu  Island road,
within city limits���
5-Roomed House
Newly built; stands on lot 03 by
140 feet. Ground cleared, dry,
ditched and thoroughly cultivated.
Price S950
$100 cash, balance six and twelve
months.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
Phone 832.   P. 0. Box 771
646 Columbia street,
New Westminster
; the Poor Law Guardians, there are
scores of thousands of children, and
not badly born children either, for
i whom England offers a poor future,
and till they are adolescent, only the
sure prospect of public expense. Take
the sum that will be snent on theli
maintenance at tlie public charge, and
spend it on discreet tranfer to a home
in Canada, and you will create a new
life for the child, vou will confer a
benefit on a Canadian home, and you
will have telieved the Old Country
of a burden that might have become
Increasingly  heavy.
There are several thousand Poor
Law Guardians in the United Kingdom. All of them must become more
and more interested in Canada. ''The
British News of Canada" wl 1 be an
excellent means of acquainting them
with the country and the fundamentals of successful emigration. "The
British News of Canada" will have a
certain advantage In this service for
Its editor was once a member of tho
Kentish Board of Guardians; and lias
given considerable study to Poor Law
questions.
The guardian of tbe Poor is a sort
of lay pastor. He looks after the
poor; but he Is In close touch with
everything that goes on ln tbe parish
He Is generally a man of substance
and, from the nature of his office enjoys public confidence. He and thel
vicar are the twin experts on social |
conditions. "The British News ol
Canada" will seek to link them together In a Canadian interest.
Though the Guardian is originally
concerned with the poor, he is also
the representative of his parish on
tlie District Council which oversees
roads, bridges, sanitation and the phy
sl"al public Improvements that have
to be carried on. He is there'ere, specially conversant with labor and
wages conditions.
Tlie vicar knows everybody and
pretty nearly everything in the parish
He is the well informed member of
the community to whom i enp'e go
for enlightenment that tbey do not
know how otherwise to obtain. "The
British News of Canada" will appeal
especially to hlm. A wise propaganda for Canada will have good success
In the shadow of the church.
The basis for "The British News ot
Canada" is as broad as every depart*
ment of the Old Country's interest
In Canada and Canada's interest Id
the Old Country. That, means that
the paper cannot confine Itself to
mere records of physical prosperity.
It must have some sort of soul, lf l*.
Is to have a strong, flourishing body,
for where you are dealing with ��
movement across an ocean and a continent, of shipload after shipload of
people you are dealing with one of
the elemental instincts of mankind���
the instinct through which the earth
has been subdued, during all the centuries.
1 am an Imperialist through and
through. I hope that It is not impro-
ter to any that If lt wc: e net so    I
BRITISH   NATIVITY.
Fiction of  English  Law  Makes  Infant
Born  on  Liner a  Legal  Briton.
London, Jan. 22.���A curious legal
anomaly is illustrated by the case of a
baby born on board tbe Pacific line
steamship Arcoma, wliich reached
Liverpool after a voyage of 24,b(Vi
miles, and whose place (f birth has
been registered as Stepney. Her parents are Chilian, but tie English
law holds that children born on board
a British ship, wherever it may be,
are legally in London, in the parish of
Stepney.
"The fiction arose," said a London
barrister in explaining the curious circumstances, "from the fact that Stepney was originally the place of disembarkation for ships entering the port |
of London. Naturally i eoj le would
register in that parish any chil Iren
born during the voyage, and it happened tbat the law, for its own purposes, held that all children so born
belonged to Stepney. Persons on
board a British man-of-war are also
legally in London in the jafLh of
Stepney.
"Years ago another fi'ten rf the
law, since become obsolete, was that
the colonies and colonials were in the
parish of Greenwich. This wns because so many colonizing expeditions
were fitted out from that port."
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
of four rooms for
$100.00
Cash or Credit
DENNY & ROSS
43-47 Sixth Sireet, New Westminster
Wait for Phillips'
Big Clothing Sale
SOMETHING WILL  BE DOING
Watch for the Big Adv. MONDAY,  JANUARY  23,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
FRIDAY   3
January   ^*
SAMUEL E. RORK'S SENS/vTIONAL
MUSICAL PRODUCTION (gffi&V)
"AT I f HEW smcE 1900:'
AMERICAN WOMEN
TO WEAR CORONETS jas
CO CTj
The
oc*c)n ��^ the
1 *
iilm
******������%.; mi. myr.r... JUL JL .      \
BY PAUL M. POTTER
Mu-ic by John T. Hall. Lyrics by Vincent Bryan.
1:00
5:00
7:30
Distinct Novelty in Amusements
NIGHT LIFE OF PAULS correctly portrayed
-.'. 15c minutes, without waste of time or money.
SPECIAL FEATURE, direct from the Moulin
Rouge, Paris, " L' Amour de L' Apache" introduc-
in    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
* &mmmcCr Nov!
We watf cveiyoTicto l?ne\J/
ttpt we are paying ���*���
c~4% Interest^
pcrarmu to cxdWti mMf
0 saving deposits $1-
' fc upward) subject ToMh-
I'.'-cclbr chcq��uc &*
<"^-5# Interest^
on time deposits of-*
���'   tncmYhs & over. *
V ' irvest mom.)7 for clients
in first mortgages & to a
# general fftiawial business.
WewanV^rsa^accht
& iffou are not saving -
fysTetnaTicatty", * ���*��� ���*��� -
Commence MOW WitHUS.
DepoBitd "by mail ^^^
+ + *** casil^han^leJ) ���
Youcansend hy Draft,
Post Office * 6wre33
Ordrr or Re&isWecT^*
Letter & withdrawals
can. be mn8p"^��+^ *
- - bxvf wa)* ��ou wish.
Weare Responsible
Rcfi ' ^
Not Many U.S. Ladies Have
Right to Wear Coveted
Velvet Cap at Coronation
TREES ON' ITS RIMES
.er
ltono,ftradsttctto,
or To anyone in *
vsNcouveri
Writ
Diving to thc immensity of this production the
curtain will rise promptly at 8.15.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
32!
eusabc
il \vw
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II1M
Uready 11 <
onatl ���    ime tl
<"" sl  ;
red ow
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to witm     I: ��� i .   .
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��� ���
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IlK'Ol
'
King 1        ' ....
....
erate i
...       .,      ..,     royal grai
and ��� ed the ladles l      ear the
��� ���      '"i; ���
 who  wlll       tl
��� .   ...      ,     0i(j   headdn   si
; i       Ii     "������
'������ mlnter  Al I ej   ne?     funi      ;    ; i   ������
pretl               	
��� i       eddi     I ngllsh, Irish or Scotch
titli is the law   I    vevi
tied   woman  ranking  beloi*.   a  bar-
ha 'Igl     ti         nel. and
I this,   in   consequence,   will  Hm t   the
num.! ��� ��� ���    velvel ca] ��� e I  \.me I ans at:
thi   Vbbej ieremonl
Onlj three Americans, for lnstanci
'can   wear   the   famous    '     with
thi   elgl    ��� ��� ' '''' ��� ry leaves, d<  *���< -
the   hlgl ���      rank  of  thi   British   no-|
' blllty.    These will be their grai i
! Marlborougl     Mancheati     ami   Ftex-
! bi i gl i    and each o   thes    ladles, who
befori   :l '���'   mi   rlagi    were Mis
Si ,.i    Vandi rbl N'"     York; Miss
Helena    Zimmerman,   of    Cincinnati,
I ttnd   Miss   Mi     Qoele    < t Sow   York,
j will    find   the   i roper   golden    ' ea
I dress   all   reads    fi       h<      as   other
i ,.i ....     ,     Mi 'lborough,   Mam I i
ter and  Roxburghe have apteared at
"nations.
Just 'ifie lesu epl end'd
County  Plans to  Set Out Ten  Thousand Varieties���Rural Beauty
As Asset.
���  -tlaiid.
': '.'.ill
beautl
���
PfL/TI A III! TH Dl AIIT
I worn by any titled lady,   It ls like the  rUAlL/tllU   IU  F LM1\ I
I marchlon of  i liver  gilt,  chi
is Jewele :   '���        irmounted by el
ed  upon  i olnts, with
n straw) i       ' 't ween the
point      Tl " ca p Is ol   :rin ion velvet
in ed up ermine, with   i        ' q tassel.   The hall      I ' ������ irlcan
who will exploii the ���
���   ts, the besl   I r>��>-��. d i i   v. hom are
   ��� :'   ; ' '
\dele Gram . the Countess of Cra     i
who ������'       '' Iss i
and the i 'oik, wl
���   ��� men from ������'��� ���    tati    wlll
'.   entlt li
��� -ith
those of t and coun
bai ��� ���        liver gl
ap wil
���   I
I
al i
.....
���
with       ���     ���
���
,    . ...
��� '<>���.��� n the 1
fn to
���
���    t h       fes toon s
;     aboul  nine li
and havi ��� arrow rovi
.... ..       .....
varying In   length.     P<   i may
... hite la es 1
I ��� ets.
Thi ��� bi     white,  i r
light ti       lorei    with lace,    i
broidery,  or   brocadi    ii lain
with  the  taste  of thi   reen
1 li    musl be of gol ver on
the petticoat as It would noi be correct to introduce an;, color. Jewels
may be worn round the neri<, on the
bod i and oi thi ��� ettlcoat. Permission is given to thi ��� es 1 weai
robes and I Irtles the? wi i '
coronation, If they so flei
22. ���  ���  Multn   .
pattern after Europe   iu
di.    Ten
I a 1 oi
. sides of t1 ���' >rtIoii
poor   f irm    will    ba
utilized as a nursei tne
tigs until thej   reach a size suit-
���    ���   ���
All   ��� I
'    "
���   ������ best In tl
, and thej   wlll  i e plai ted
soon | [enry \\ emme,
'"   "     i au
Club,    appeared    bi
I hi      tnd
i
'
"In   Euro] e, 1    M
travel loi     d   tanci
i thing bui
, ' nted   ivi
both s!
land   I ���       In    the
world.    Onlj    thi     beat rl Iflcati in    ol
i   ted  The ex-
:   - Id be all  ht and the returns
1
highwi any in the older coun
I ul ti Dty will bi
fit. fron
"1   bell  vi   thoroi ghly  In  tl
lud     Cleel        "ll seems to mt*
       Ul . I  i : i
ls, In a sei ' Important
ment."
The nursery is to be fixed    In    a
��� enlent corner of tl farm
ri ���   rty in a few days and Beed    ol
I varieties of shade trees pi  -
ed.
AWAKENS
AND    FINDS
SELF   INSIDE
Young   Harris,   Ca ,   Jan.    22.-   "
Brown, of Gam Lou, tills county has
had the unusual  experience of heing
sewed  ui> t*ix  hours in a mule'-.-
oass.
Brown     an 1     several     companions
wending   tlieir   way   homeward
6 *���     thi   country mad.    The "going"
was too heavy for Brown, and he fell
than  the   Bound asleep by the roadside near the
Insurgents'   Ship    Seized.
New   York,  .lan.  'J2.���A   special   to
MULE   the   Herald   from   Truxillo,  Honduras,
j by   wireless  to  Key   West,  says  that.
Street,
V&ixcovrver B.C,
.Si
coronet of a duchess Is 'hai worn by a
' man-! ; -       There Will be only one
t American   wema      I     re]   eaei     this
i branc    i    thi   peeragi       She ;
1      ; I      I tufferln,    who    was
Flora Davis    I     New  York      ���'������ ���-
' ���     '     ,������������.
foui    gold   atrawl 11
leave;    i Iti rnal;,i i   with   four   ��� |
k<,!!.    11 .   iai��� , [ttl     ��� ��� : ed   on
lioint    a1   '     thi   "im.
In   | elaborate   splendci
eareass ol  "Old Humpback," who has
:"    mall t i and from Bi
for  many   jrei I -. I i     ���'. i d
i ral hours  be! ri   Brov n  i nd  hla
...,,, anloi    can
Tin   pn   Uca   Jokers, b elag   Brown
asleeii.   hastily     stowed    him    away
stitchlne   up   the   hide  with    strings
1  eplng  man  final'
yelling.   Two men. hearlni
shrieks. thi id    let
Brown out, cold and badly fright
after two hours of defiance from General Bonllla, Commander Archibald 11.
Davis,   of   the   United   States   cruiser
Tacoma.  Friday  afternoon  seized the
armed  s=liii> Hornet. General Roiiilla';*
chief     atset,    cast    the    retel    ctew
ashore, manned her with punners ami
engineers and ordered her out. of tin-
Inner harbor.    The    Hornet's    recent
movements  np  and  down   the   coast
were taken in the light of threatened
hostilities against  Honduras by Com
matifler Davis.
SHERRIFf, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE   THE   FAIR.
CITY
5
Birdseye view of site on Fraser purchased
by us for Western Steel Corporation';? great
Canadian steel works and townsite, and approved by G. M. Gibbs, fiscal agent, and R. P.
McLennan, director; also confirmed by wife
by J. A. Moore, President Western Steel Corporation.
General Manager Price has informed
press work will begin April lst next, after
which townsite will be put on market.
As result of recent deputation to Ottawa,
Dominion Government will shortly make extensive harbor improvements on Fraser, adding vastly to the value of these lands.
A limited amount of choice waterfrontage
and other property adjacent to Western Steel
Works and Townsite is now for sale.
Last chance to get in on the ground floor
on these splendid acreage and waterfrontage
propositions before the big rise, when Steel
City townsite is put on the market.
For location of these choice snaps adjoining townsite, see properties marked with cross
(X) in accompanying birdseye view.
i
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For full particulars, terms,
etc., apply to
Kennedy Bros,
GENERAL AGENTS
New Westminster, British CoMa o
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 23,  1911
The Daily IMews Keciprocity Talks al        Vaccinate tor
Washington Ended! Typhoid Fever
(Continued from Page One.) (Continued from  rage One.)
Published by The Dally News Publishing; company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner    of    McKenvsia    and    Victoria
Streets,
G. A. Paige.
.Managing Director
before the American congress and the growth of typhoid Is then Bcraped off
Canadian parliament. ,uui thoroughly mixed in sterile water,
Secietarv   Knox   and   the   Canadian ,        , .    ,       ,....
,                           ,                ui, which   is    ben   heated   above  il.e   Kill-
aiid  American commissioners all  de-
,,, ing point and held there for one hour
beyond   all
' p.'v'>^
unic'i- 3*'; i >>m
cline to give any   Information  as
changes In ike schedules, and the se- so as to kil
ere! seems securely locked up. doubt.
There has been great, reluctance, es- T1^ strength
r-ecially on the part ���. lae^au i the_    ,,,���,,,,���
lhe  germs
MONDAY,  JANUARY  23,  1911.
minHlers. to the slightest inkling of
the contents of the agreement being
man,- public. Mr. M.I ling. 1 ail C-
ularljj is lilghlj Benattive to public
feeling on ibis matter of reciprocity,
and is most anxious that tne agree-
Mont shall be judged In iis entirety
We are delighted lo see   that   the  rather than piecemeal.   Therefore, ac-
council is displaying some desire and cording to present arr^gements, the
Intention  to commeni e the
CITY    IMPROVEMENTS.
of the solution Is
that is, how many
germB are contained in a cubic centimeter���and then diluted to the standard number of 50,000,006 to a cubio
centimeter, all the while with the
greatest aseptic precautions, and then
food that passes through the bands nf
"typhoid carriers." ��� Hl!M
lf ii were possible to vaccinate the
entire country, and maintain It,
typhoid would become a mai tor of
history with us as has smallpox In
Germany.
Orders were issued last vear to discharge trom the service those found
i i be typhoid carriers, one was
found In this post, and after long
treatment was sent to the army hospital in San Francisco for observation and care, lie vvas anally discharge I trom tbe army.
To Make Asia Supreme.
Victoria, Jan. 22.���A Pan-Asiatic
movement tending to unite all Asiatic
countries has been formed in Japan,
according to advices brought b. the
Sado Maru. The promoters are Japan
placed in small glass tubes which are ' national leaders and other politicians.
scaled   until   used.
The   vaccinal ion
is  given  in   three
work   of
Improvement which were left untouched last year. The most. Important of the sto;-s towards progress decided upon ai Friday's meeting was
t.he decision to engage a qualified en-
public statement as to the details will
In- made simultaneously in Ottawa
and Washington at a date and an
hour to be agreed upon. Probably
this statemeni wlll be read in the
house of commons at Ottawa and in
congress I - re
The notice of motion given  in the
doses, ten  days apart.    The inject inn   each   other   with   jealousy
In their manifesto they speak of thc
necessity of Asiatics ceasing to regard
or to   re-
hypodermic, wliich
gives    absolutely
srfneer to inspect and reporl upon a nouBe of commons at Ottawa by Mr.
for the Improvement Currie, of Simcoe, Ont, seems to show
that there is considerable doubt in
the public mind as to t
Messrs. fielding and Paterson at-
aching their signatures to the agree-
general scheme
of the harbor. It is gratifying to and
that our repeated appeals ior attention to this matter have al last borne
j'rnit and that   ' methlng is now to be  ment,   it may be stated, at once, that
>few  Westmiu- the  igreement is only a tentative one
and ihai the signing of it by the rep
resentatives of Canada and tho United
stales does not make ii effective. The
n ement will have to be submitted
to ci ngress here and to parliament at
Ottawa and it Will rest v. i li these
- dies to say whether or not it shall
. o Into e ft :t,
<lone towards   fitting
ster to take Us rightful place amon \
j!,.- great ports of the Domini in.
That a very considerable amoui
shipping, and thai  -1 ;. nnage,
-will verj    i   n be coml i cei
fain.     -   ���     pening   cf tl e   Panama
I and the ci mpletlon of the
..-!���.  section  of   I e Canadi n   Northern  rallwi y  are  two ot the   Eai l
which will conduce to the expansion ~^*\ j.g1 .,,,,,tillo- ���r the tariff serieB.
of the Bhlpplng business of the Royal This time II Is declared to te reallj
ritv    x]    , | -r        -   - nts, of  the last, and  the Canadian ministers
', ,   .,,  ,,  s  ,,,.  ciect   to   leave   Washington   tonight
only  slightly   les-  Imporl   in  th.s   .<    (   i ^^    ^ thelr e_pert8 and   ,.,
spect,  which  will  mature at  no verv   retarIes    The last twenty-four hours
distant dan-.   It is well, therefore, that   ,          the  negotiators on  both
i...  and  projer  provision  should  be sides considering the question of car-
made for ihe accommodation of mer-
is made with
skilled bands
pain.
"Typhoid Carriers."
lt has been found that abort live
i-er cent, of all people having had
typhoid lever become what aro
termed "typhoid carriers," which
means that these people go around
producing and disseminating these
f germs through their body excretions
tor from one to twenty years or lonser
as servant.-, conks, nurses anl dairymen, and are a menace lo all with
whom they are brought in contact.
While typhoid in water can be guarded  acainst, one cannot  guard against
main indolent and the desirability of
Asian countries unltlng-to make \si i
supreme. A society known as the
"Asia Righteous society" has been
formed ami branches wlll be established  In  China,  siam.  India,  Persia,
Afghanistan,
tries.
Turkey and other coun-
SHERRIFF, ROSE . CO.
ABOVE   THE   FAIR.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
.t.bOO  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower, ���
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT 11.30 p.m. Mondays
S. s. "Prince Al-
or     Port     Sim-
Direct connection at Prince Rupert  for Stewart
berl"   will   leave   I'rinco   Rupert   January     20th
Kincolith, Massett, Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, -i
way, etc.
Double frack and modern luxurious  (rains  between   Chicago    and
Detroit. London, Hamilton, Toronto,    Montreal,    Portland',    r, .���
Niagara Falls, Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, and all Informal
apply tO
HARRY 0. SMITH, L. V. DRt'CK.
City  I'ass. and Ticket Agnet. Commercial
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. Phone
GENERAL   AGENCY    TRANSATANTIC   STFAMSHIP   LINES.
li ronto.   ran. 22.���A   special   from
-; .  in ton, to y he   ["elegram   todaj
Tl ey  are    i  e  mi re  holding
their bargain into effect by leg-
Islative action rather than by treaty.
Did Yom It ver
���
chant ������'���   ���'          ]' '-���������-    One thing rhis proposa* came from the United
which -���ho,ild be taken Into consldera- tates, ana  it  is mule in the full   iti-
tion withoul delay is the advisability derstanding of the fact ihat whatever
of creatin    ���    trong and special au- Hon. W. S. Fielding agrees to will go
.        . through the Canadian parliament as a
thority   to  administer  the  aftal s  ci matter q{ courge
our harbor. In order to make such a -, ,. iJM ,)f secretary Knox and
body tfiost effei Ivi md reallj u eful president Taft is to avoid the threat-
it mai    , .nee. isarj   lo secure    ome enlng dangers of sending the formal
���,, .,.           ,,.. treaty  to  congress.    The system  pug-
jpecial    legislation,      Wbethei    this ^^ ;j n ^    . . joiM rego]   lQ
board Bhould fce elective or appoint- both houses, and differs slightly from
��<d, perhaps partly bythi     ��� ernment the concurrent  legislation method, al- !i
and  partly  by  tl e > o ncil,
matter for considi ration.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:
6 ;ii ,, A though in effect it is the .-ame. The
joint resolution would be sign d bj
i e i r< sldent and - oul I be i assed by
BVe are glad I the council   ,i,i.,..  : ,use ,,��� a straight majority.
��� -as  decided  to  remove  the   stabling The trade agreement would be made
This has effective in Canada in a manner similar to that proposed here, and the finance minister or some other member
and store trom Tipperary.
never been any ornament to this part
Trains
and everj     -If hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster lor Vancouver at
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express  cars  leave  Xew  Westminster for Vancouaver at
m., and 3:20 p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
"0-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20
service fiom  8  a.  m.  until   llf-'O  p m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 a. m. until  11:3
service  fiom   8:10  a.  m.   mflll   ll:S0p. m.
_ULU   ISLAHO,   EBURME-WESTWllNST EH
a, 6: 20. 6:50
20, 8
7,   8   and   every    half
i:20 a. m., 11:20
m.     Bunday���20-mlnutee
count the : ; ml e
.- i    efoi e a well lighti I
dow    in    one    i I Vo -       - i
nd i hat I r everj oni
ping  : ��� ��� - - en    even
tween i i i     and
������ i ive bi: wi en
.   ire willing to aid yon In tal In i
advantage of tl ir wind
bI ould   ���
i" one   i !' ��� f   artl   il irs.
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sis.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW 3 AN KING
ACCOUNTS
Many People wh i
never before been ii
position to do so,   ..
now be ready to op  .
bank account.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and  Auctioneer.
m
BRANCH
IB i35 ��� 11 mlD'ftcs
of tho town.    We  h-ue that  in con- ()f  ,,lf,  g0vernmeilt introducing  reso- Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour there-
nectlon with the - e of i ark im- lutlons after notice to amend the tar-  jfter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
provi )   nts   which   the    city    solons i7;' act.    Whether or net, this chan e
.ave decided, In a general way, to un-
527   Front  St..   New  Westrr inster.
Phone 580.
dertake, Tipperarj may he dealt with,
and by judicious landscape work
transformed from a mere waste io a
' -place of beauty and enjoyment. This
reserve lias all the neces ary features
S'or the making of a beautiful pleasure
Bpotj and if its treatment is placed in
the hands of a capable garden architect, a result in every way profitable
awl pleasing would he attained. We
hope   -.so that  tie (O'inci!   vvill   con-
In the i lans wil]
known today.
:c  made   wi'
SERVICE:
Vancouver at 8
WIRELESS     MESSAGES
SENT    FROM    AEROPLANE
SUNDAY
1 e  Trains leave Xew Westminster for
hour thereafter  up to  11   p.  in
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 1:  If, p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. in. and 6 p. m
i.  m.   and   every   half
San Francisco, Jan. .2.���Lieutenant Paul W. Heck, of tl e Ui i "1
States Signal Service corps -'emon-
strated to the army's satisfaction yesterday the practicability of sending
wireless message- from a scouting
aeroplane to fleld headquarters. Flying with I'liilio Parmalee In a Wiight
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
HOSPITAL
Westminster I', (vate Hospital
22:'. Townsend ct. Matei ��� I ���
and non-contagiona medical
cases accepted, Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital, Telephone Ta5.
The  Dank of ["oronto
offers to all such   -
the   facilities   of    .
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is   paid  on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::    ::
'���'siness   Accounts    opened
on  lavorable   terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. c.
li lane e-piipied with a wireless send-
sider tbe adiiaabilitj' <f  or'ening up  *n��� instrument and with a wire an-
t.he  wcodel  ;o tion cf Queen's par-',
by   tlte   construction   ot    walks   and
���-ilrlves.    TI e '   st cl  such  vvoik need
tennae. a hundred feef long, trailing
from under the body of the car. Lieutenant Beck transmitted half a dozen
messages to the wire'ess stati cn rn
nr* be he large, and if properly done the aviation grounds. Tbe first mes-
wonld mean the add thn of a r.oblc s?.ge was to the Associated Press. It
.feature to the city.
had heen prepared In idvance by an
\ssnciated Press reporter and its
te:vt was known only to the wrier.
Lieutenant Heck tucked it awny. folded, in liis pocket and did not ojen
the paper until he had reached an
altitude of r.00 feet. The airship was
at limes about two and a half miles
from the field vvjhlle the officer was
Hashing onnitrfonieation to the Wire-
le.s station and the receiving operator stated that no difficulty would
have been had in reading the messages bad the distance been twenty
miles Lieutenant Heck was de-
llghted with ihe success cf the e.\-!
periment,
BAROMETER  OP  PROSPERITY.
Autos   Imported   Into   Canada   Valued
at $2,500,000.
'Ottawa, Jan. 22���The rapid increase
in the wealth and purchasing power
of the Dominion is strikingly lljuetrat-
��� .id by the importation of automobile-,
from the United States during the
months of the fiscal year closing on
December i'-i last.
During that period 2,12] motor ear.
wn- imported from the United
States to Canada, valued at $2Ah*iALV2,
while dtiring the twelve months ending Marcli 31, 1910, only 1467 TWO
machines were Imported, valued ai
^l.Sli'.,K'.-l.    'Ibis is partly  accounted
for by the fact that Canadian manu- North Portal, Sask., Jan. 22.���Word
fttcturers liave been exporting a con- was received hero yesterday of a train
Blderable part of their output to India wreck  on  the  Portal  section of the
;inil   Japan,  thus  getting  a   drawback Son   line   near   Macoun.       A   rotary
upon the duty paid on material used snowploiigh   going   from   Kstevnn   to
in manufacture, Weyburn   to   work  on   the   Forward
The customs figures show that the branch collided with the iear end of
British   manufacturers  are    not  seri- Xo. 206 passenger irain, wliich, after
miHly   eomi et.ing     in     the     Canadian being   in   a   snowdrift     for    eighteen
market. DtiHng the past elghl months hours near Kenmare. left. North Portal
only  i:;-i automobiles valued at  $205,- at   3:30in  the morning,  running with
E1Q Were imported from Great Britain, the mall car in the rear owing to bro-
  i ken drawbar This   undoubtedly saved
the  lives of the  passengers.  Two   pas-
Clearance Sale
��� of 	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET    BLUE
Westminster
Room
Phone
14,
711.
PRINT   CO
Trust   Block.
Box   160.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���race 'PQon* 1��6.      nam 'PlOM 111
Columbia   Street
Ha��K��x��   delivered   promptly   .���
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
W. P. WHITE
Architect ar.d Building Constructor.
Specialist  In  Steel.  Itetiiforced  Coil - IP
crete and  Modern  lluilding Construe
tlon.    Telephone 806.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcieg ror Latfl ��� from |1tfJ
art
jjenta'
open
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
case,
KILLED    IN    TRAIN
WRECK   AT   SASKATOON
\ Jewelry
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Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
the
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dresa   Suits,  Blouses,   etc ,
all   new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Silver  Watches
96.00.
Silver  Watchea,   genta'  open
���7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltnam   uud     W1
Watchvd.
Watch repairing a aperihlty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doora from (leo. Adams'
ncpry
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
For all klndB of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders
at
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PEARY GOT NEAR  POLE.
Such  is the    Decision  of the    House
Committee.
Washington, Jan, 22.���That Captain
Robert B. Peary came within one and
six-tenths  mileR of the  North  Pole-
SengerS In the . lcopor were killed and
one of the mail clerk, wns seriously
Injured. Two coaches are in lhe
ditch. Trainmaster Halkett left here
immediately on a Bpeclal for the
scene of the wreck. The dead are
Ki F. Hunt, a eommerolnl traveller, of
near enough to substantiate bis claim Toronto, bound for Seattle, and R. A.
of having been al the exact, spot,���Is Chapman, also or To'onio, who wus
the decision of the house commit, eo bound for Calgary,   Three mall oftrks
���j>n na\al affairs, which has been eon-
il Serin g the   bill to   retire   Captain
Pear)   with the rank of rear admiral
Tourists See California
Snn  .lose, Cal.. Jan. 22.��� More than
vi   bun 'tei   excursionists    from   the
Cirnadla.  Southwest antl Washington
-.iniwl  here this forenoon, and spent.
sevorpl )iours riding aboul the valley
Ebrough   the  orchard   districts.    They
will leave for Pel Monte on lhe mld-
���.nkthi rtrflih
were InlUred, Messrs. Lewis, Mana-
ban, and Greenbaugh nnd a porter
damed Coble. All the injured are ex-
i oetod to recover.
SHERRIff, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
The    Arrow    Pir^8
Mrs. P. M. Dominy, Pm.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
COAL
New|
Wellington
J08EPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon:    I talto It tor grant*
that you have never fried ''"'
ACME BRAND
mind. Ai'nw
icl-
or you would cluing�� your
in in a class by Itself.    Ones I
always used.
is a ivinn��r-
pries V#<
our special obampagne
Von oughl bo try a oase.
case
und bottles to be returned
Factory
Office:
Tel. 689.
Simpson Btreet,
104 Coliimblii Street-      c#
New We8ttninoter' MONDAY,  JANUARY  23,  1911.
IHE DAILY  NEWS.
PACE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
SCRIBES SCALP
ACTOR BOWLERS
chorus --iris would net know that.
. .     ' 'ah hours lute al  a rehearsal.
Newspaper  Men.
he
TWO SURPRISES IN
CITY SOCCER LEAGUE
<i ubborn Cinderella Men Fell
Before Fury of Five Newspaper Hacks.
Pi!'
-hair
pins
to the right of them���pins to the
left ot  them
Stood   up  and  tumbled.
Ten pins in front of them-
hehind them,
Balls rolled and  rumbled.
Their's not to yell and swear,
Their's  not  to  piw the  air,
Their's but to strike or spare.
Or else be humbled.
i
2
3   Ttl.
Ave.
Fra er ...
. .1 in
123
L30   393
131
Bi       ...   .
...in;
ui
124    331
110
l.e\ '.    . .    . .
105
134
95-  334
111
Sutherland
.1.-1
179
169���502
167
Tui li
.167
1 '.iu
MT- 504
2064
168
st
jbborn
Cind
erella.
1
���'
;;   'I'U.
Ave.
McKenzie
,140
L32
L36 -408
136
ham
���
90
120���340
113
Mm ley   ...
..140
157
166- 463
I'l
Fosher  ..
...116
115
L22    383
128
ei     .
..112
1 IT
64���323
L917
108
Majority
for  N(
wspaper  men,
HT.
High School and Rangers
Defeated in Saturday's
Games���Losers Scored Nil
.    The
act Ive
iluu ||
re Is Joy  In achievement
Hook Bays su and every
lal    rrom    Joe    Martin
- he    ame  to  be  ri dob nt    of
Vnd  the  gre iter    ,;
; i ��� ���      i  -���    achli
asm ol      I    action    at    the
emenl
..n.. thl - .rol i   ie bi   it st ited
net    paj er men of thi
ew Wi nsti
im; 11 ���        - nse ol
ed, and the manner   of
. nent   and   the   tl
��� ��� a   shall   I,
At Sapp< rton ��� Saj i ei ton    5,    Hlg
School 0,
At .Moody square���City team -,
Rangers 0.
in the flrst of the games in the
remodelled City Soccer league on
Saturday, the High school, whi-'i
showed up so brilliantly in ihe other
games, was lgnominously defeated by
Sapperton and the Rangers fell before
the Citj team, which bas absorbed
Aston Villa.
The Sapperton game was one of
the surprises of the season, the llitfh
Bchool boys being completel* outplayed by the Sappi rtonl
Early In the game  Bruce, of    the
ili. li school, and Tyler, ol Sappi rton,
gol iin-) a flght and were b ith pul oft
tor t be i -  ' of I be name bj   ' lefen e
_ , Tim   Mahoney,    Thel    ���    ������  ��i.i    be
International season by 151 dealt   with  by the    executive    which
of   acllievee.-,   w hli
a   tribe  of Jni bul
���^	
-   legal term applying   to. pur 1.
���
e find fl
.   paid for hi        I      L'nited 1.
Bradford City
ic I pay for st
If tin
the th(     -     in thla -
.
applli       with    6
opera  ' ���
' me  it   is  pn I   ���  af
��� ider  ba c i ��� the conclu-
���  htfully,  th.it   the   m <
nt  the city In Rome man-
���
-
com] anj  and t
���   ash imed  ol ell  er, for    a
��� ���    et    as much ���
nd      et fo      r    ���
       y. i
i are reading this
��� ���.���������������*���*���<.������������
��� ���
4 BRITISH     FOOTBALL. *
��� ���
���������������������������������������������������
London, Jan. 22. - Wah s i ained   a
le \ Ictory ovei Eni land al I ��� ���
.   terdaj In i he opening game of
li" I<>���-��� bjj 	
' i-< iins to 11, tl ��� ear's
Till     ll -11   rami
' i - i.
First    League.
Is'otts For<   I  2, Live , -- -1 0.
inty 0.
Woolwich
^^^^^
Middleborough 2.
Old derland i.
Sheffli 1-1    \ 0,    Presti n
North  Knd 0.
N'e -   - nlted 1, Tottenham Hot-
.    '
, -
City
ii.
1.    Mancl -   ' -
Un ti I  i
Sheffield ^^^^
Second    League.
:.  Burnli
��� i --. Derbj   Countj   I.
- Iiamp-
1.
Chelsea 2, Lelcesti
i
t I
Huddersfleld Town 2, Gall
Trinity 1.
Hull Cit;  -    r ill am
Lin     n CU        Leei    City I.
Wei t  B
Southern   Leogu?.
N'( t '-,ii   ;.  Wes tham  I i
l.
i meets    on    T iesda*     nl    I    in    tho
iu moi -
The game became s - one  Ide I I
it  l-      Interest,  but    som i    -1
: - rton    plaj ei a    i laj ed    a
game,
'i he follow iii- are the teams;
lliuh    Bchool ��� Whittaker.   Gilley,
Bruce,   Mi Kay,   Mil   in,  Ci     er,   Wil-
and
Storm.
Sappei I m    Thornton,  Reid, I --llier,
Ram Iin,    Rankin,   Si ei
i i ell, Tyler. - Cheil,
��� .ame bet ween the Rani ei a and
- - - ity was the moie inter- sting of
the i ������'. o,    'I he e wi tbal 1 all
; - me   and   what a
more . of anj
de H ripti in.
CroO ,.-    Gibson   and   E i    the
for ��� he ��Inm i j, and  R. Smith
pia; '--I the bi Bl gami
in spite nt' the v.i
'he  host   thi l   ba e
ed, i bei e  -^ as a  i ood  -	
-      . ve   i"
��� ��� n   lee
thin   season.
The following wei e the teams:
City   ti sbane,    Lyons,    Mc
I Alllsti Cn
iks, Gibson, Ryall and Canfli
Rangei      Pratt   W iods. 11
| land.  Carse,    Fergus in,   Wilkie,    C
Smith, U   Smi I    Webster and Evans.
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 1
20c. per 16 oz. tin,
or 3 tins for 50 cts.
B.C. Mills
limber   and   Trading
Co.
LUMEBR
TURNED
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   137
LOOK HERE!
Five Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car line.
Price,  $1680.
Lot 66x132 feet, with lane and stable in rear.
Terms, $560 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA  ST.
Remember this is
only for a few
days
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718  COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
i*��.**��� .--��tt,. _ii"./-f(
59.-PMONES-691
We are reducing: our stock of
uhletic  i,   Que ns   Park Cleveland
to ci mi   to the i olnt, ll
'.' .    w ho    has    n- t    glowed
well   hes ��� -i
ole ten pin   I
���
on  '       to    the    poinl
.   ���     e    mlt  ed    tht   -
���  ; er   men,    one
ne    ia  :     one    Lexy,    - ae
nd and one 'I urner, did enter
- il .: e upon a I mat h
rn    McKenzie,   - ae   Brlngham,
. ne    Fosher,    and    one
I members In good Btann-
-i ibborn Clnderell i" c ma
���   resull   was  disastrous  to
tor though they practiced
endable fortitude from oi e
lour  n m ,  th.e time sched-
e big mat I     thi 5    weie
.   . le from all tbat there wa   s
.-ni      The actors  were .beer
. ir way to the foul line by
a some   smile  and   sweetly     e\-
bopes  of    Miss    Charlebois,
.:  -n the only chair In tbe bowl*
. and held an occasional hat.
Will  ii   be  a  strike nr a  spare
. nid softly whisper to McKenzie.
Is seine bowler, says "beer." and
a tunny  habit    of    running    hl9
through  bin    ball',    a    trick
i e learned in Sunday school as
ire preventive for profanity.
"Strike," says Mae. displaying   the
. masculine habit  of never  pei
ig himself to express to a lady
mits of his own powers "Strike,"
be with nn utter disregard  for
truth,   for  to   make   a   FtriUo  one
remove nil the pins from   the
and Mac only cleared eight, bul
-  el  the  pin  settler's  leg,   which
-   trick   even  the  most   reroclous
i-as difficulty  in masterln.
il ese   details   are     Oil ranc-'iis.
following  Associated Press tabu
��� ��� I result shows exactly wTiat hap*
and if anyhoih    wonder   how
'   ettler  made only  64  In    the    las!
. whv. that was hot Qoettlor at
��� ',,11     Albertson.    who    took
���    li r's   place,     for    why    because
1     tries   had   to   np  and   1 et   hack
hands on  the stage    clock    so
���    	
.si.
1' ��� enl ��� '��� City I, Luton 1.
nd Unite I 2, Po    1       1 0.
thampton 1. Northamton ���
I'l1.: and
on 2.
Watford 2, E     er l       2.
Le* ton 3, Swindon Town 1
Rovers 0
Norwich City 0, Crystal Palace I.
HAS    A
CLERICAL
BATTERY
tin
lie.
AN   AUTO    SHOW.
First in West to Be Opened in Winnipeg  on   Monday  by   Lieut. Governor.
Winnipeg, Jan. 22.���The first auto*
le si.-iw ever held in Western Canada will be tormerl'  opened in Win-
I   .. on Monda} altera >ou, February
3, by Sir Daniel Hunter McMillan,
lh itenant overnor of the Province of
Manitoba.
The Winnipeg Motor Trades' association, under whose auspices the
sh ��� ��. Is being held. ha\e completed
arrangements [or the provision of a
tpi lal automobile to be in attendance at ihe government house, to
carry the lleutenant-goyernor and his
party to the show building, and an escort of over leu ears will he in line to
accompany bis honor to the show.
Twenty firms will be exhibiting au-
tomobllles and Beveral tirms will
make a display of automobile accessories, etc. A. C. Kinmett, the show
manager, has arranged tor the provision of special stpiis ot an exceeding-
Is handsome nature to mark the
booths Of the different exhibitors.
Their uniform character will greatly
enhance the general appearance of
the show. The design is ill the shape
of a shiel I with au outside border of
pale green; and an inside bead of gold
rope work, the centerpiece having a
dark green bach, round with the number of the stand and the firm's name
in letters ol .old, bo .Trailed aa to
Btand out hoidy from the general de
si-n. Owing to the limited space at
the disposal of the a88 iclatlon, the
amount of space allotted to exhibitors
had to be curtailed lo some extent
and over forty applications from outside tirms had to be turned down.
The attendance during the show pe*
rlod promises to be very large, ai
hundreds ol country visitors intend to
see the show before��� placing their or*
ders for a new car.
1   ���      and will boasl of s mil
battery  on the      rli       "alnh
and   mayhap during  the    H'll   1 tm-
palgn.    Earl  YUgllng, Nap Bouthpaw,
secured from Toll lo   and John Brad-
le; 1 cs ed fr im .'
Pa., are the sons of clergymen  Their
;  ��� ire Justly pro-id of thel
Bprlngs'  ability  on   the  j:rc"!i   sv
It  is u itbin the range of p ���
thnt    fans   will    hear    Umpire    1 i ly
_    a- yell during the coming season
"The  battery  for Cleveland  is  Singling and  Mr.adley!"
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
ves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
JOHNSON
ACCEPTS
LANGFORD
MATCH
Philadelphia. Jan. ^2.���Jack Johnson will meet Sam Langford be'ore
the Amerclnn Athletic club at Philadelphia within the next six weeks.
Late last night Jack O'Prien, who
runs the club, got the men to agree to
a six round bout. While the figures
have not been given out. it is understood that the men will fl ;ht for a
$10,000 purse, and that each will be
required to deposit $26,00 within the
next week.
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
Hi   RING UP 56   H
Before your bin is Empty.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
���#���*���������������������������������*���������*������������������������������������������������������������������� *
Westminster Coal Co9y\t
W. N  CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
TORONTO CONSCIENCES.
by
Two  Goderich   Merchants   Benefit
Chapman-Alexander    Revival.
Goderich,  Jan.  2d.���The  effects   cf
the Chapman-Alexander revival  meet-
in. s   are   reaching   Goderich.       The
other   day   a   business  man   rei elved
a letter from  Toronto, containing 50
, certs     "'conscience    money"       The
I nnme of the writer or the reason for
i which  the money was sent  was not
| clven.     Tlie   merchant   happened   to
i mention  ihe incident  to another husi-
I ness   man,   and   mule   the   surprising
I dlscoverery that he, too, had received
| such a letter containing i'l. enclosed
��� for  conscience  snlce  by  someone  'n
Toronto,  but   the  name  was  withheld
here  also
Gardiner & Gardiner
SEASONABLE REMEDIES
Lee's Plasters, Bryson's Coquitlam Compound,
Johnston's Liniment,        Gray's Syrup Spruce Gum,
Lynch Cigars,    Henley's Soda,   Dodd's kidney Pills
Campbell's Cathartic Compound
���" AT <
I Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone  133
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing  Co'y
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
I STORE, BANK Pf TTI \MtC C
* AND   OFFICE Till l_H KxO
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
��**���*�����.����������������������������������������������
PHONE 473
*��������������������������������������������**������������*���������** **
INSURANCE
P 0 Box 594
AT  LOWEST  POSSIBLE  RATES IN REGULAR LICENSED   COMPANIES.
If you think you are paying too mucn  for  your   insurance,   consult   me.
Alfred W. MS Leod
Phonis Omct 62
RCS   25?
MANGE IS
ffl BGSINESS
Agencies   at: ���
Vancouver, Victoria, Prince
Rupert, Nelson and Quesnel
it
*i>J.  1 1 Om
Fire.. Liability,Live. Stock.
Life ..Accident. Motor Boat.
AinoinoniLr, Plate Glass,
Marine and all other kinds
or Insurance placed at better
RATES THAN OTHERS WRIT!   **. **.
LETMEQC0TE
'YOU MY RATES
SIX-ROOMED HOUSE
(Two lots, 120 x 130)
ON NANAIMO STREET, CLOSE TO TWELFTH
$2750
���  Easy Terms
...EXCLUSIVELY BY-
WBTMINSTEB.B.C
Agencies at:���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622 Columbia Street
The New Weitminster City Specialist PAGE BIX.
I
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JANUARY 23,  1911.
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for advertising your goods to
get returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent
on buying in the best market,
reads the morning paper and
immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains
advertised.
Advertise in the morning
and sales are immediately
made. The first thought by
the thrifty buyer is to learn
the latest prices; the latest
prices are published in the
morning paper.
Advantage is taken by rival
advertisers to go one better
in the morning paper. Therefore merchants, do a bit of
thinking and advertise in
m
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News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster
7��MMtm-U'-X*3mSian-. t^SSX^XgatBiinQ^ i'm*.***i*ama^a^.mmm^mrrmrmm7M^^ MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
,jew Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Edward Hawkins,
0f Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
Intends i" apply   ''"''   permission   to
.;,��,.    the    following    described
lands:
Commercing at a post  planted on
. , i ririi nn 'In-' oast si'lc nf the
i. amemnon channel nnd joining T, L.
a*0 4i9(j6 mi (hi- north side and mark-
i Edward Hawkins; s. w. corner,
60 chains io line of limit
, 13, thence N. 00 chains mmi,;
id beach, thence Bouth ami west
beach in place of commence
ii und containing so acres more or
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agent,
November 28,  191U.
'
;
along
addn bi ed
endorsed
Vancouver
to   the
"Tender
,  B. t'.,'
'.    III.,    Uli
for   iin'
Hunt   tor
Sealed   tenders
undersigned,   umi
ior  Steel   Tug  lor
wiil be received until 4:00 i
Monday,   February   13,   mil,
construction ol a Steel Tug
Vancouver, li. c.
Plans, specification ami foi in or con-
trad ci'ii be seen and forms ni tender obtained at the ofili es of ll. a.
Bayfield, h, ,., Supt, or Dredges, New
Westminster, B. C��� Wm. Henderson,
Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, 11.
C, umi on application to the Postmaster at.  Vancouver,  B, C,
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unli s.s
UNITED STATES WOULD
LEASE LITTLE ISLANDS
BRITISH EXPERTS
[000,000  I.ore in other    than    railway
������ urlties.    Presumably much of this
Inve in,, in  is in land. \V<> have hear
Umi  some or the experts who    were
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
made on ihe printed forms supplied,I $15,000,000.
ami  signed  wiih  their actual
tures,  stating their
Proposition   to     Acquire     Control     of
Gaiapagos Isles for Ninety-nine
Years  Not  Favored.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, .lan. 22.���Presi
dent-elect Estrada called togetl er th"
more prominent i Itlzene of this city
todaj and di CUI ed wiih thera an in-
timatlon trom ihe United States thai
i he Galapagos Islands might be lease I
ior a term of ninety-nine years   for
CAN'T AGREE ON U.S.-:
Bigna-
Those
Westminster  Land  District,
ist of New Westminster.
Ihat   Cecil   Killani
Dis-
. uwne  presenl   were  unanimous in
occupations  anl  the    feeling    that    such a    proposal
P|aceB ��>   residence.    In ihe .ase of should "
?urT'of^ theaC-t-U-al--6natUre*'  "ie   nu''" lt w'"   ' :
States t i make Investigation as to the
present condition i have just recently
returned to London prepared to advise
thai further investment in American
real properties he made with sum,.
caution,
One   of  the   most   astute   i'l'  recent
visitors  ventured  to say just   before
!"��� .-.ailed upon his return trip ihat lu
was fearful thai unless the people or
  the  United  siaie.s    proceeded    more
'. cautiously there might  come some set
-New  iork, .hm.   22.���While   on   a back, possibly a Berlous one. in nai
������"���' to the i mie,i States of brlel dur- estate activities,    i'el tl.e disposition
ation the week  before Christmas, K. of -ome Englishmen or capital to In-
W. Hirst, editor ol the London Econ- vest heavily in real properties in our
omfst, stated that there was money in large  cities continues,  and   there are
Two Leaders of Financial
Opinion in England Hold
Quite Opposite Views.
of;
I, c, occupation barrister
, is io apply ior permls-
base  the   following   de-
, -i i mdi -
,- unmencing at  a post   planted on
i, about   I' i   miles northea n
mont Point, Jervls Inlet, and
i "C,  Klllam's Northwest
, n '��� ea t   20 chains, lii. nee
0   chains,   tin ire   we I    20
. more or less, to he ifli. thence
alon ���   be ich  to  pi u e i f com-
. nl   ami  containing  40 acre:;
CECIL KILLAM.
.!. A.  LEWIS, Agent,
I ��� ivember ::', 1910.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
Jew Westminster  Lind   District,
trist of New Westminster.
.. notli e  that   i lint   E.   Dicker-
Vancouver, lh c, oci up 11 ui
n, Intends to apply tor per
to p n ba '��� i be follow lng do
d
Ing  ai   a  i est   planted i n
h iu Billings Bay, Nelson I -
Inlng  l'. K. No. 1678 anl
���    E    I lick, nu in's    Norl :.-
ictua]   si .nature,   the
occupation and  place of
residence of each member ol' the flrm
musl  be given.
Each tender must be accompanle I
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
ham|, payable id ihe order of llie Hon
onrable the Minister of Public Works,
'"l"''! io  len  per cenl   I lu  p.  c.i  ol   lie"
amounl of the tender, which win be
Cor forfeited ir the person u nderlng de
cllne io enter into a contracl when
called upon to do so, nr fall to complete the work contrac ed i ��r. It the
t( nder bi n< I a cepti d the che i ���
wlll be returned.
The Departmenl does not I Inn Itself to aci epl the lowesl or anj lender.
By ordei.
It.  C  DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
Departmenl of Public Works. Ottawa,
January   L2,  1911,
Newspai ers v ill n I he pai I fur this
advertii ement  ir thi y insert  H  with-
'  luthoritj from the D< pai tment,
rejected, as the acceptance
unpatriotic.
'l'he Galium, os Islands, fifteen in
number, are situated on the equator,
extending ninety miles on each side
of i;. and are about 600 miles from
'he coast  or Ecuador, to which they
belong,     They   provide   several   good
anchorages and maj he desirable as >i
na   al   i.a.e.
Tl.e possession 11 i'e Galapagos island . beea ise of their strati gli ul
position near ihe Panama canal, has
been a matti r of dl] I m itfc is us-
sion im ome years. Great Britain
and France have both been reporte I
us i ovetlng a i" i . -Pi there,
plenty in London, no small f.ait of
which would be invested in the l'nited Slates and some in American in-
dustrial corporal ion securities, were
it not ior the fluctuation occasioned
by the American tariff. And, although Mr. Hirst did not say in so
many words ihat it was the disposition or the English capitalists to with-
some reasons lor BUrmlslng that pro-;
positions Involving great additional in
vestment in Xew Vork city real properties me now under consideration
in London.
TEACHERS APPRECIATE
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
ANNUITIES SCHEME
PROTEST ENTERED.
Singing cf   Patriotic Songs  in    Northwest   Sehosis   Favored.
Seale I ti riders   addre   ed    to   tin
under, Igned, and   endorsed    "Tender
foi   thn e  260  \ard  dump    scows    for
1       :���"���[���". Si""' L" ������'"���'�� ���   Vancouver, B.C.," wlll he reci    i I   al
.���    until  i p.m., on  Monday,
Januarj   3i. 1911, ior the construct! in
of three 260 cubic yard dump s. ov.
i": Vancouver, B.C.
Plans,  s:.   I i   tion  and    form
contracl can i"- seen and    forms
I e    OI'    1. SS    1"
terlj  along beach to place
; i i,ami' u  I ne nt, and  c   lit liiii:
es mi  ���  oi less.
CLINT  E.  DICKERM \.\.
.i. a  LEWIS, Agen't.
te November 28, 1910.
Hamilton, Jan. 22, At a meeting of
SI   I llda -��� Chapti r of the Daughter
"f  the   Empin .  u.e following  resolution was passed on the mmi in of Mrs.
mi' ii, founder of Empire Day:
"Whereas,   it   has   recently   transpired thai in i ertain public schooli  ;���
Red Deer, in tl e Provlnci   ol   ,'    rti
ihe   I'i.ile,I   States   ciii/f ns   lan ly   mi-
grated  urn Ci nada have objected to
'lie singing  and  reciting  i f  our   Ihi
ish   patriotic   Bongs   in     the    schools
���   ���   ���    tl "ir  children  attend.
"1' is hjerehj  resolved thai the several chapters of the Daughters of th"
Mmi i;e do forthwith tal-,"   stn nuous
Steps in cause such school boards and
of provincial governments to order the
of  teachers to at   once  resume tbe slng-
tender obtained at the off ices of H. A. I ing and  reciting of  British  patriotic
Bayfield,     Esq.,     Superintendent    ol   songs In all the schools a& bei ire this
LAND ACT NOTICE.
c�� Westminster  Land  District,
trist of New Westminster.
���   notice thai   Leslie I.. Dii
Dis-
ker-
Dredges, New Westminster, B.C., William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Yi toria, B c , and on appli iation
i i the :'������ ti caster at Vam ou.er, B. C.
Pei Bona tei dei Ing ure notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
mad'' on the printed forms supplied,
Vancouver, B. C, occupation and signed with their   actual   Bigna-
man, Intends to apply for per-  tures, stating  their  mpatlona    and
n '" purchase the following de-  places oi  residence.    In the ease   of
nds Arms, the actual signature, the nature
���    i     al  a post  planted  nn  of the occupation, and place of   ���
b .ui  west  side of Sechelt  In-   den."   of   each   member   of   the   flrm
at   the   northeast    corner   of   must  be given.
��� N'o. 2727 ;.nd marked "L. L, Dick-     Each  tender musl  be accompanied
Northwest    Corner,"   tin nee  by an accepted cheque on a chartered1
i chains, thence east 20 chains, ban!, payable to   the   order   of   thel
ch 50 chains, thence eaat   Honorable   the   Minister   of   Public]
re or  less  to the beach,; Works, equal to 10 per cent,    of    the
irth and west along beach m   amount   cif  the tender,  wliich  will  be
forfeited lf the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when;
called upon lo do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 7, 1011.
Newspapers  will not  be    paid    for
this  advertisement  if they   insert    It
office of  without authority from    the    Depart-
th" United states, yet thai inference The teachers in the public schools
was reasonably drawn from something must, as a rule, themselves provide
that be said. agafnst the day when their age or in-
In the week of Mr. Hirst's visit to flrmlties will demand their retirement
the United States, George I'ai h. a from their present profession, and
statistical authority without a sup-- many, it is understood are alive to
rlor in c.ieat Britain, hum associated this fact and are taking advantage of
with the standard statistical putyllca- rhe provisions or the government an-
'ion. i'e London Slallst. reported to unities scheme K, secure a compe-
the Koyal statistical society of Great'tency for later years, The number
Britain the approximate total British dofng mi is perhaps small in propc
i. ��� tment made in other land, thanjtfon to the large number engaged in
Great   Britain. ti aching,   but   it   must   be   borne   in
Thinks U. S. Will  Grow Steadily.     ' mind  that   the annuities idea  is new,
Mr. Palsh \isited the l'nited States and thai the attention or the school
a year ago. Those who were pi ivi- teachers has only been recentlj spe
leged to meet him at the banquet giv- dally directed to It. Many mlghl toi-
en in hi- honor by tie'Wall Street low the example of a woman in one of
Journal���and those who were pi - nt our cities, she was forty-three years
upon thai occasion  fairly well repre-lof a^e, had no heirs, and her  salary
il ��� ��� ii.' financial and the industrial i over and above her weekly expendl-
leadership in the l'nited States dia- tares was lai 1 way to keen her i:i the
covered that Mr. Paisli. although he days when the shadows began to
recognized some of the defects of "������:,��� lengthen. She had saved $1000. lt
currency and fiscal system, neverthe- was drawing '���'. percent compound In-
less was convinced that nothing which terest, or increasing at a little t tti
any prudent business man or finan-'than $30 a year. She heard .r 'he
cier could conceive as possible wouldlgovernment annuities scheme, and
occur 1.1 prevent the constant growthishe Immediately transferred her $1000
oi the Unfted States in material and J to the government on account of the
financial power. purchase of an annuity payable at a  .
It may, therefore, be a forced Infer-j sixty. Having no heirs she purchased
ence from what Mr. lai-Ii .a'd at' on plan "12," ancl the annuity which a
that banquet that he was persuaded payment of $1000 seemed lor ler at
ihai British capital would continue to,sixty was $222,601 But shortly after
How Into tlie l'nited States. If. there-j her $1000 had bei n paid lo il e gov-
fore, there be  disagreement   between  ernment  she became  an  Invalid  and
NOTICE.
Personal applications will be received by the Delta .Municipal Council
on Saturday, January 28, at 2 p.m., for
the position of assessor. Applicant ta
state salary required.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council.
Ladner, January ISth, 1911.
MADE IN CANADA
ME#Mi��
C1LLETT5
UflTCDWrttf
Grade
Guaranteed Chemically Pure
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS
ame Price as
Adulterated
the poor
Kinds
jl      E. W. GILLETT CO.,
i2n                          Toronto, Ont.
LTD.     H
,1
��� in ement   and
more or less.
LESLIE L
J. A. LKWIS, Agent
I'i'" November 29, 1910,
containing   S!
DICKERMAN.
THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN  PACI
FIC   RAILWAY.
P "sunnt to section 7 of tbe navigable waters protection act lit. S. Can.,
cai Hli, notice is hereby given that
' ere his been deposited in tlie office
of the minister of public works_at Ot-
tawa and a duplicate ln tbe
tl:
m
registrar of deeds at New West-
ter, British Columbia, plans and
descriptions of the site and side election of a proposed railway wharf to
be n.iiBtructed at Port Mann, British
t'l.labia, and that one month after
tic tirst Insertion of this notice, the
company will apply to the Governor-
In-Councll for the approval thereof.
Dated    at    Toronto,    Ontario,    tbis
twenty-eighth dav of December, 1010.
R. H. M. TEMPLE,
Assistant Solicitor.
ment.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
objei   hm  was  raised  by  said  foreigners.
"Also thai British and Canadian
hist.in he laucdit in all schools, and
the Union .lack be flown over all tbe
schools of tiie country, ancl that the
Eeveral Bchool rooms be decorated
wiih poi nails of their gracious majesties King George and Queen Mary,
and the scholars he taught to honor
the flag and know th.e reasons of its
three crosses.
"Also that all children he imbued
witli true British sentiments and loyal",   io . ur  king and emperor.
"Further, be it resolved that this
matter be strenuously brought before
all tin- provincial governments in the | mtnibti dollars
west, ancl before tbe federal government at Ottawa in parliament assembled."
Other chapters of the Daughters of
the Empire will be asked to pass simi
lar resolutions.
these two English financial editors,
who are of high authority upon the
subject of investmenr of English capital in tlie l'nited States, it mar be apparent rather than real disagreement
was totally Incapacitated from performing her duty. Her case came un-
i der tbe provision of tbe act which
| provides that if Invalidity or disable-
') ment occurs a person, if he or she has
likely  due to the  fact  that each edi-  paid in sufficient to secure an annuity     '
tor looked at ihe situation from a different j olnt of view from that taken
by the other.
Much British Capital Here.
In tlie figures of British foreign investments collected by Mr. I'aish, especially so far as these figures relate
to the United States, there are sera.?
features  which  our  own  men ef eap-
of not less than $50, may draw the annuity    though    then    under    fifty-five j
years of age.   The payment which she I
had  made gives her  an   annuity   .f'
$69.67 so long as she may live,   lf thel
period   before   she   became   disabled,
had been five years she would have \
had an annuity of $ss,. o, and at fifty- j
i five she could have had her contract
ital and finance possibly liave over- converted into an immediate annuity
looked. For Instance, Mr. Paisli as-; of $147.5n. it will, therefore, be seen
sens that British capital to thelthat if she could avail herself of the
amounl of three billion, five hundred'! provisions ot the act at any time aftev
American  money,  glv- ��� her  fluiiu
meets you halt-way��� does
all your work in half the
time if yoa follow directions.
Sunlight Soap���absolutely
pure���saves clothes from injury���hands from roughness-
life from   f~\.   drudgery.
iaiiiWAi^iuiu^iiiiiiii
sons  wbo  have  been  laying   up   for
their  old  age transferring  tlieir  sav-
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from    our   present
a on Columbia street to 827 Carnarvon street, where we will still continue In the same business of teaming, draving, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, ancl trust we will still
'���I them and a lot of new ones ut
our new place.
11 ELY E\ &
Office phones, 160 and 732
Coal office phone SH).
LAND ACT.
CO.
He lot 466, group 1, ln tho District
f N'ew Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-lbe
cate title No. 5870K, issued    ln
Take notice that an application
has been made to register Emma McLaren, William Chalmers McLaren
and John Edward Valillee, as the
owners ln fee simple, under a tax sale
deed from C. C. Fisher to John
MacLaren, bearing date the lst day of
April, A. 1). 1902, of all and singular
tbat certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known ancl described as Southwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 7.
You and those claiming through or
under vou and all persons claiming
anv interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in tlie said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under tlie provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest the claim ot
the tax purchaser within forty-five
davs from the date of the first publication of tMis notice upon you, and lu
default of a caveat or certificate of IU
pendens being filed within such period, or In default of redemption before
registration, you and each of yon wl.l
forever estoppel and debarred
tho | from setting up any claim to or in re-
Co-operative
Meeting
The Semi-Annual General Meeting
of tbe New Westminster Co-Operative
Association will be held In the K. of
P. Hall, corner of Eighth Street and
Agnes Street, tonight at eight o'clock.
Business: Receiving Semi-Annual
Reports; Adoption of the Semi-Annual
Balance Sheet; Election of Officers,
and also the consideration of other
business. '    I
Refreshments will be served.. Ladles
invited to attend.
had been paid, she wou'd
lng the figures in round numbers, Isl have had an Income twice as large
now invested in the l'nited States, las she would have received had she
His investigations show him that of'left the money in the savings bank.
this amount three billion dollars is in 'This illustrates the advantage of per
vested in American railway seeuri-;
tlte
Tlie    first    thought which seems to I ings, or a portion of them, to the gov-
have occurred to some who have read ' ernment on account of the purchase
these figures is that by reason of this  of an annuity.
stupendous investment England is receiving from tbe United States each
year many millions in the way of dividends and Interest.   Of course it is
imposBfbre to give more than a vague
estimate of the total amount, but it
SHERRIff, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE THE   FAIR.
PROHIBITS TIGHTS
AND   SHORT  SKIRTS
Topeka,   Kan.,   Jan.   22.���Representative  George  M.   Cones  today  intru-
must be considerably In excess of   a duced the champion freak bill of the
hundred million    dollars, and it may j year In the legislature.    The bill pro-
ge as great as two hundred millions.! hibfts "tights" on the stage or in pub-1
How  swiftly   therefore our  apparent | public by any female. It also prohibits
trade balance, which in 1910 was ap-1 any female from appearing ln public
proximately two hundred million doi-j wearing a skirt that hangs less than
lars. is  wiped  out through the i ay- four inches below the "patella." When
ment of Interest and dividends upon | the title of the bill was read for the
tlieir investments  with us to British   first time by the clerk, seven mem ,
capitalists. jbers  from  the  "short  grass"  section
Old Figures Not Correct. jof Western Kansas were on their feet
A second thought which has occur- demanding to know  where the  "pared to some  who  have  read    these | tella" was located In the human body.
Representative Cones replied that the
"patella" is known as the kneepcap,
and that the bill meant that all skirts
exhibited In public must te four   in-
figures Is this: If it be true that
Great Britain has Invested approximately $3,000,000,000 tn American railway securities then we    must    have
lost the advantage we had secured ! ches below the knee. The penal r is
about ten vears ago. or else the esti-1 a flne of $100 and sixty days in jau.
mates made that time were incorrect.! If this bill passes the pony ballet
In 1000 it was the common estimate I will have hard sledding in Kansas,
of men familiar with international: and theatre companies that conn? to
financial relations that the United Kansas will have to provide two sets
States had easily, almost silently, ab- of costumes for their chorus girls.
The Oven
Of a Range
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The right to cut timher under
license on Berth No. 631, comprising
the following lands
sorbed about a thousand millions-
American money���of the debt which,
prior to 1806, was owed abroad. Much
the greater part of the capital ob-
talned after the era of great railway
construction began in the early '80s
was obtained in Great Britain, Holland, and to some extent, Germany.
Relatively speaking, we did not build
many    miles    of    railway or perfect
MODERN
YOUNG   MAN
IS   ABLY   DEFENDED
n une of  Leo  Soon,  Lee  Ylck  Quon, | spect of the Ba
has been filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall, |
al the expiration of one month from;
lhe date of tbo first publication here-]
of, In a dally newspaper published In
Hie City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said ceitificate, unless
"i  the  meantime   valid  objection  by
Wade to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles. I Columbia,, tills
Land Registry Office, New Westmln-  A. D. 1011.
ster, B. C��� January 17, 1011.
id
land, and I shall
register Emma MacLaren, William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee as owner thereof In fee.
And 1 hereby order that publication
of this notice for thirty days ln a
dally newspai er published in New
Westminster, wlll he good and sulli-
clent service theveor.
Dated at the Land  Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province of British
Oth  day   of   January,
SHERRIff, ROSE & CO.]
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
London, Jan. 22���Now comes John
Strange Winter, the novelist, to the
defense ot the modern young man.
She disagrees radically with Judge
Emtlen. who recently referred to the
great extravagance of the single men
Tin tiie Province o. i much of the equipment up to the year of today. The novelist says she agrees
British Columbia, will be offered atilOM with our own money
public auction at the upset price of! broadly, we owed Europe much the men
$400.00 at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednes-j greater part of the capital obtained in * "
day the 20th day of March next, at] the construction of the new railway
the office of the Dominion Timber j systems between 1SS0 and 1000.
\gent at  New Westminster: So It was spoken of as a wonderful
Timber Berth No. 631, s'tuate in thing that our development after the
the Province of British Columbia, in year 1806 was so swift nnd our agri-
Township 6| Range 27, west   of    the  culture took on such magnificent pro-
<stvtii   Meridian   and comnrising that I portions, chiefly through the opening  	
nortlonTotS northeastSartir    of, up of new lands throughout the west  days of hashed mutton and seddened
Section 14  not covered bv Berths 4231 by the railroads that we were able to ; beef,    intoxicated    landladies,    damp
-   liquidate  cne-thtrd of our    debt    to sheets and what not.
Great Britain and Europe. "It ts perfectly amazing to see how
Figures Cause Astonishment. ! cleverly the youngsters of today run
Now, according to the statistics re- their flats with only occas'onal help
ported bv  Mr.  Pal3h, we owe Great  from outside.     I know personally ct
Britain    alone    about    $3,000,000,000.  many boys who have their own little
establishments   and   run   them   most
economically, an.l I don't agree that
Speaking  that in exceptional cases some young
of   the    twentieth    cetury    run
through  fortunes  in  a   few  reckle.-s
years, but these cases are the exceptions  that   prove   the  rule  that   outvoting men are not extravagant at all.
"As a matter of fact," says the novelist, "the young men of the present
day are better able to look after theli'
' affairs than they were ln the horrible
and 471, and containing an area of 80
acres, more or less.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
ancl the grounl rental for the flrst
year, have heen paid
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW8.
The conditions of payment, rate of. that sum representing British invest-
rental, etc.,  are    contained    in    the  ment In American railway securities .
Timber Regulations, a copy of which  These figures are read   in   this city  they are more extravagant than their
mav be secured on application to the  with some astonishment.    It had not  fathers or that their reckless expend-
or to the Crown Timber, been generaly presumed   that   Great   tures as bachelors keeps them rrom
Britain alone    was    the    owner    cf marrying.
American railway securities nggregat-,    "Of course, one hears of bankrupting such a huge amount. cles  among   them   occasionally,   but
According to    Mr. Palsh's   figures, these were common enough in the old
Great Britain has Invested some $590,- days, too, so they prove nothing."
undersigned,
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the interior,
Ottawa, December 23rd, 1910.
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake bet-
v ter with  half  the   fuel   than at
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question.   The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is rivr.ted (not
bolted) to a malleable L. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight.   The oven In an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing   a   knife blade   to   pass
through corners and sides.   It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
fn any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too. ���
Notl tk�� illuftntioaa.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA  STREET.
 u PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911
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with Johnson's Prcpnrcrt Wax. IV preserve* nnd brin. s out natural beauty of
tin- wooit It produces a ricli. artistic
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adhere, .lust try It and you will sec how
much better it la than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for AU
Wood." Use it on your.tioors and woodwork, too. Johusun's Powdered Wax is
for all dancin.   tloors.
You can . et Johnson s free boolf, The
Proper Treatment tor Floors. Woodwork
ond Furniture" and these preparations of
ANDERSON & LUSBY |
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are Investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough husiness training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS TO TIME
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43; L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
A. V. McCarty. of Aldergrove, was
in the city yesterday.
A man was arrested on Saturday
nlghl lor an Indecent act on Tipperary
park.
Tuesday will be ladies' night at the
Pythian roller rink, Ladies admitted
free.
There will lie no council meeting tonight. Mayor l.ee is a'isent in Victoria on business.
knottier batch of prisoners from
the provincial jail here will lie taken
to Victoria this morning.
Mr ami Mrs. H. H. McKenzie. of
Sapperton, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son.
The semi-annual meeting of tho
New Westminster Co-Operative association will be held this evening.
Eight different programs of the
best music, with explanatory "talks."
at the Lauder Recitals, February 1, 2,
li  and  0.
The annual meeting of the Salmon
Arm board of trade, which is to be
held todav, is to lie addressed hy A.
E. White'and W.  IL.Keary.
It is expected that all the cases to
be heard in the police court this
morning will he adjourned till Wednesday, as Magistrate Edmonds is in
Victoria.
A bank note was picked up in the
opera house on Saturday evening.
The owner can have same by applyin.
at the Dally News office. The number
of the note is (J81Mi48.
Tickets for the Native Sons' dance
on January 30 a:e cn sale at Johnston's shoe store, Major's music store,
H. Morey & Co., Phillips' clothing
store and Tidy, the florist.
"The Queen of the Moulin Rouge"
will be the attraction at the opera
house on Friday evening. On Saturday "This Woman and That Man"
wlll occupy the boards.
We have the cheapest lots in the
pity for sale on Fifth and Sixth
streets', all cleared, ready to build;
come in and see us ahout tliem.
White,  Shiles  &  Co. **
The monthly meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will he held at Queen's avenue
church at three o'clock this afternoon.
Arrangements will he made for the
holding of the annual meeting.
Partnership dissolved. The partnership heretofore existing between McAdam &. Irwin as real estate and insurance agents at 74-1 Columbia street,
has been dissolved and the business
will he continued hy Mr. McAdam. **
U. A. Stoney, representing the
Tra les and Labor Congress of Canada, left yesterday for Victoria, where
he proposes laying certain matters
affecting the interests of labor men
before the executive of the provincial
government.
For sale on Third avenue, premises
192x297, with good ten-room house,
grounds all in lawn and orchard;
i u:it on car line. Terms can he arranged to suit. White, Shiles .t
Co. **
Full 66-foot lot on Fourth avenue,
near Second street, comfortable 7-
rcom house with full cement base-
only {3000, easy terms; only
cash  payment.     White,   Shiles
Mrs. T. II. Pearson will not receive
until further notice.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
William Clark, of  Cloverdale,
a  guest tit the  Windsor    hotel
night.
last
Davles Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
The quarterly rally of the Westminster Union or Christian En-
deavorcrs will lie held in St. Andrew's
lecture  room at 7:45  p.m.  today.
All the city schools will reopen today, the water situation being now
normal. The night school commences
this evening. -i*
Lot 50x109, cn Dublin street, near
Fourteenth street; comfortable four-
room house, sealed; price $1400, $4tui
on mortgage, balance to arrange. See
White, Shiles &  Co. **
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
The Public
Supply Stores
i ment.
i small
I ti Co.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St.
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
Inman Singh, the Hindu who 13
wanted here and ln Vancouver for
failing to ieport at the court house
under the terms of the $4000 bond
under which he was released from the
penitentiary recently, has not yet
been located by the police.
There will he a meeting of the
managers of teams and the committee
of the City Football league in the
armories at eight o'clock on Tuesday
night. Hruce and Tyler, who were
put off the field for lighting at Saturday's game in Sapperton, are requested to be present.
Mary Mannering, an oft inten iewel
actress of international fame, will appear at the opera house on Monday,
January 30, in "A Man's World,'" a
play hy Rachel Crothers which treats
of man's Injustice to worn n in the
life of today, It is unfortunate that
the coming of Miss Mannering clashes
with the annual Nathe Sons hall.
The Westminster roller hockey
team will practice steadily from now
on for the return match against Victoria, which is to be played here early
next month. Clarence Huff, who has
been challenged to a mile race by
Parnell Conlin, of Vancouver, is
rapidly getting in shape for the event,
which will probably take -lace the
same evening as the hockey match.
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
Our Big Alteration Sale
Must now   depend   upon   our
advertisements and price tickets
to tell (he story of the many offerings within Ihe store. We aro now withoul show windows in whirl,
to present to the view of lhe passeishy (he leading lines on sale. Hundreds of customers have profited
by making their purchases here during the past lew weeks. They have gone forth relating lo their
friends the savings possible on every article throughout the store. We double our elf,ills lo make
shopping here worth while despite the many inconveniences.
TODAY'S   ADVERTISEMENT PRESENTS AN ATTRACTIVE LIST OF WORTH WHILE REDUCTIONS
Two Special Offerings
in Allover Lace
A clean up of fifty pieces of
Allover    laces,    nets,    etc.,    in
lengths varying from IVi to   12
yards.
At 25c. per yard
IS to 110 Inch cream and white
Oriental Allovers, 3fi Inch ecru
net, white Torchon, Allover, etc.
Regular values 50c to 75c per
yard. This lot to clear, per
yard  -25c
At 50c. per yard
25 pieces of cream and
white Oriental Allover black
net and lace Allover, colored
nets, black and colored combination colored nets, white and
cream tucked nets, etc. A splea-
di 1 choice in these Allover
laces and nets suitahle for
waists, yokes, etc. Regular
values 75c to $1.25. Sale price,
per yard    50=
Women's  Embroidered
Linen Collars, 25c. ea.
Regular Values 30c to 40c.
Nice clean collars l'j to 2%
Inches high. n_ to 1BV4
inch sizes, in hemstitched anl
embroidered. Excellent choice
of styles. The lot to clear,
each    25c
12-Button Suede Gloves
$1.35 per pair
Regular Value'$2.75.
Twelve pairs of Ill-button
white Suede gloves, in sizes 6,
C'., f.:l., and 7 only. A reduction such as here mentioned is
owing to the fact that the
gloves are slightly soiled, included in the lot are live pairs
of 12-button grey Suede, in
size fit. only. All Reynier
made. Sale price, per pair $L35
Wide White Embroideries, 25c. per yard
Regular Values 40c to 60c.
Nainsook and muslin embroideries, corset cover embroideries, etc., in widths ranging from S to IS indies. Sale
price, per yard   25c
Double Bed Quilts,
$1.35 each
Regular   Value  $1.75  and   $2.00.
Heavy   white   hemmed   bed*
spreads,   good   Quality,   easily
washed; sizes 76x86 inches. The
lot  to clear, each   $'-35
68-inch Table Linen,
60c. per yard
Regular Values 75c and 85c.
An opportunity for restaurants or hotels io Becure a lino
grade of table linen suitahle tor
everyday use. Aboul 150 yards
in the lot. several patterns, pure
white, 68 inches wide, good
weight and even linish. Sale
price, per yard   60c
Women's  Morning
House   Waists,
95c. each
Regular   Price   $1.25.
A     lllg     lot     Of    o l(J     u;i     [g    ft]|
put out at this price.   Thej
made  of   wrapperette  and  Bar
nelette    fancy     patterns,    all
colors,    sizes    32    to  11     Bi
price, each   95c
Tailored White Waists,
$1.50 each
Regular Values up to $2.75.
No more popular waists have
ever been In the stoic We
have but the remains of
styles, all new. Materials arc
Madras vesting and linen. These
will go quickly. Sale price,
each   $1.50
Two   Special Lines of
Underskirts, lst lot
95c. each
Hlack sateen underskirts with
double   trill,   full   s,,e>-.    :
weight, good hlack. (iur regular
$1.25 line.    Special sale    price
each   95c
Second lot. $1.25 each  B
range of sizes In a number   ol
styles have been  gathered   hi-
gether to make this lot.    >   .
sateen,  moreen    and     W    ell
are  the  materials  used  iii   plsto
and   colors   and   fancy     Bl
Regular values  $1.75 to jjt."
Sale  price,  each    $1.25
' Heavy Sweaters,
65c. each
lie:   liar        BChOOl
hoax y, Btrong and dark col    ���
Here  in  combinations
and red, na\y and cardinal i
cardinal and white,    A
Regular values up to $'. I
price, each 65:
Boys
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank haa 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
l'orto 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.
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TWO SAILORS ARE LOST.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUS WINDOW.!
Men on Cruiser Maryland Go Overboard.
Washington, Jan. 22.���Two sailors
of the United States armored cruiser
Maryland were lost overboard fiom
that vessel In California wafers last
night and their bodies have not been
recovered, according to a telegram to
the navy department today. The victims were Albert C. J. Hergmanii, a
nineteen-year-old boy, of Wyandotte,
Mich., and Frank Reavis, eighteen
yeara old, cf Dallas, Texas.
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Five and Ten Acre Blocks!
CLOVERDALE���Five acres, a new house and good barn, best of good
soil for market gardening. Adjoins Cloverdale townsite where
you have many city conveniences and the electric car to market.
Price   $2800.    Easy   terms to arrange.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres fu'.ly cleared. This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a llrst class market garden oi- poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange on easy payments.
flliit'&QLlbL
Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove <
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The House of Quality and Low Prices
January Sale of
Daneng Chairs
We have a splendid assortment of Solid Oak Diners
Golden and Early English Finish
Golden Oak Diners, solid leather
pad seats, the set of <fc 1 n Cf)
6 chairs, $43.50 to H> * ��� ���OV
Diners in golden finish,good strong
chair, one armchair ^1-A Qf)
and 5 side chairs; set *P * vWu
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth  Streets    New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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