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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CD.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 295
BOARD DISCUSSES      iimmense sum applied
PRIVAFE MATTERS T0 mm 0f waksuips
Subjects of Interest in Board
of Trade Not For Publication.
World's Expenditure on  Naval   Anna-
ments Now Amounts to $700,000,000
Britain Plans More Dreadnaughts.
HOLD-UP MAN GETS
LONG TERM IN PEN
Tbet
London,    Jan.
public here today
authoiities  show
tablisliment    of
$10,000,000 i eace
ties of The llm
1911   will  break
launching of battleships,
ruary   l   until   December
10.���Figures    made
by tbe Biitish naval
that despite the es-
Andrew    Carnegie's
fund and the actlvl-
ue tribunal, tbe year
all records   ior   the
From Feb-
:'l   a   new
lhe
Dreadnaught will take the water ,
some part of the globe everv nine
days. Thirty-six will be launched In
all, or only two less tbe iiuin'er already afloat as ibe result tf
years' launches.
Of these sea monsters Croat Britain win launch eleven; Germany
seven; Russia and tl.e l'nited Slate's'
four each. France, Chile and Japan
will each have two to take the wate
and Italy, Austria. Brazil and Spain,
will each launch one.
The total value of tbe battleships
and cruisers now on lhe ways of the
world's shipyards are play* d at the
enormous sum of {700,000,000.
r,
Chinese Eggs Condemned.
Montreal. Jan. 20.���A Bhlpment if
canned eggs from China, valued at
176,000, was seized and o:de:ed de
stmyed by the health department today. The eggs weie declared unfit
for human fooJ.
re were some fairly Interesting!
��� at tbe board ol trade meeting
��� eight, but although the press wa.
present  In large numbers they were'
'.,    .  ted not to publish lots of   the
discussed.     In  fact  ihe  board i
. as an extremely  busy  bod .
. ht  o'clock  unt I e'even, bui
.  i>  under  discussion,  most I
i matters of navigation, had
:, d that  Mage    when    tbey
would   make   wholesome   reading I >r
��� . ;.  pie and the press wan muz/led.
Steamer Matters Discussed.
ptaln  Worsnop  was  pretent  for '���
��� .      ������ lime in many months and he j
-, i   things   up   considerably.   Mat-i
lng to tbe boats of his com-
Canadian-Mexican   Pacific
line, were  the  chief  topic  discus ed,
thing definite was decided
definite shall appear In    the
press
it was decided to appoint K. Goulet
���   R   Duncan auditors    for   the
.   and tliey will make their report
ji thl     exi   meeting  of the  board.
The meeting  was notable for the
���.vas nol so hugely attended as almost every meeting held dur-
.; i .      ��� -.car, but i erhaps the un-
wt ather was ace luntable for
the ib i: lency of members.
Communications.
!   Clark   wrote  stating that
Hod 3  H  Turner, British Columbian
_ ��� ��� ��� lon, had requested that
he bi ed with Information con
cerning, bonds or debentures tor sa'-'
i   : imbia.   The letter was
refer:��� ' e  commltti e  < n  trade
er board of trade ask-Member of Esquimalt Now
ed the Westminster board to endors ���
taken regarding the tariff
i ites on the C. P   U
u IH Is eight mills per
i i : a > and ten mills i ei
���   ��� i algary.   The Vancouver
board        ested  against   the discrimination an I wn te to the board of rail-
nay comn       mi i s about it.   Withoul
discussion   the  board
U\ i-i 's act! m.
���   ��� etai y of the Vic
trade, wrote advising
' ��� they bad discussed In
��� ��� e   tax   on    merchant
also suggested thai tho
on the    Income   tax    be
letter aske I tor a repre-
om   New   Westminster  to
delegates from  Victoria
ernment to ask tor the
i -te i.   The ci mmunica
��� erred i i   the   legislation
���   ���     ���  tion of Herbert Gilley as
l  ���   board was received
��� ��� l.
Reports en  Eastern Trip.
���'���  Ite, recently a delegate t.>
''" rtl I  at   length upon    the
robable oute ime ot thla
trip eport was very optimistic
tribute io   the   courtesy
Judge Mclnnes Sentences
"Hands Up" Artist to Fifteen Years- Seven For Pal
JAPAN COULD EASILY   lauy teaches to take
SEIZE PACIfIC COAST? charge of nicbt schools
JARDINE QUITS
LIBERAL PARTY
Vancouver, Jan. 20.���Richard Gray,
alias Harry Roberts, who was found
guilty of attempting to hold-up F. K.
Cornwall in this city two weeks ago!
was yesterday afternoon sentenced to
fifteen years In the penitentiary at
Westminster, and In addition to re-
celve twenty lashes His pal, Q
Scott, who was lo md guilty of having
stolen goods In his possession, was
sentenced to seven years' imprison.
ment.
Judge \V. \V. H. Mclnnes, in passing
sentence, commented upon the large
number of holdups in Vancouver recently. He hoped the sentence inflicted on the convicted men would
have a detenent effect on others who
might bo disposed to attempt this
method of making the world pay tlum
a living.
The prisoners took their sentence
without  emotion.
Representative Humphrey
Creates Sensation by Comments in Detroit.
Only   One   Class   Will   Be   Conducted.
Three Days a Week���Principals
Submit Scale cf Salaries.
McLEAN MAY BE HELD
BY POLICE IN TACOMA
Detroit, Jan. 19.���Taking it as a
tact that the nations of the earth
knew that the condition of the country was utterly unprepared for wa.-.
Representative \v. k. Humphrey, of
Washington, declared at a banquet
here tonight that Japan could Eeize
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, the Bremerton navy yard, and I.aie an em
pire on which to live bef ue
United States could rush 75,000
to the Pacific ocean.
His remarks created a sensation
ana were commented on by the other
speakers.
tl e
men
FRUIT     PROSECUTIONS.
WOMEN ASK FOR VOTES.
at
Declared Supporter of Conservative Administration.
li the delegation bad bCenl
received
Ge iri ���
'   Otta
Victoria, Jan. 19.���In the House I i
day John .lar line, Liberal member for
Esquimau, exploded b bomb by ex
pressing unqualified support t i tbo
government policy, several times attacking bis companion, Brewste-.',
from Alberni
he said  tbat   he  bad  bad  an  assur-
j anee that the Vlctoria-Barkley Sound
extension ot the Canadian  Northern
.would be stalled within thirty days
and the members ol the   legislature
! would be invited to see tl.e premie;
turn the lirst  sod
lie Btated that after voting for tho
bill last Besslon be bud ottered   to ra-
1 sign from  the  Liberal executive    at
Vi. toria   It   his   action   bad   not   I .������ U
taken In tlie Interests of the country,
i but no one bad disapproved,   The ad
vein   ol   the   railway    would   stimulate
��� business on Vancouver island.
The premier introduce I an Amendment to the coal mines act, making
many   changes  tending   toward!  tho|
Lie.iter safety of miners.
Deputation  Waits on  City    Clerk
Ottawa���Petition Rejected.
Ottawa, Jan. IU.���A deputation from
tlie Ottawa  Kqual    Suffrage    associa- |
tion waited on tbe city clerk and thej
assessment    commissioner    yesterday i
asking  why    tbe    nanus of  married
women    were    not    included    in thej
voters' lists for public scliool trustees.
I They   claim     tbat     married     women.;
separate  as  to  property  and    paying
rates to public Bcbools, should be al-
I lowed tbe ballot.
The clerk informed the ladies that
' In bis opinion a husband's vote was
j sufficient and as '-..r as he was coa-
cerned there would te n* change.
The ladles departed saying tbey would
secure tbeir rights through application to the law courts.
Confessed Embezzlement.
Los Angeles, Jan. 19.���Feden l an
tlmriiies today are waiting word from
Alabama regarding the disposition of
M. Keating, tl irty-tive years of age.
who, when arrested for Intotrfcattoi .
. onfesse l bo   la I   emb< szled    )2	
while acting as deputy l'nited States
clerk Of courts In  Alabama.
Growers Who Disregard Regulations
Fined by Magistrate.
At tl.e Vlctoiia police caurt on
Tuesday, January 17. before Magistrate Jay. Fdward Plowright, fruit
I grower. Strawberry Vale, and Fied
Saul, fruit grower, city, were on information laid by Dominion Inspector
I I). M. Robertson, each fined $10 and
i costs, or in default, one month's im-
| prisonment for violation of the lnspei -
tion and sales act, in not having their |
i boxes of fruit properly marked in a
1 plain and indelible manner, in letters
I not less than a half inch in length,
with their full names and addresses,
; tl.e variety of the fruit, and the grade.
\V. H. Langley appeared for the
I prosecuticn.
Copies of  the  act  explaining bow
ithe  boxes   must   le  marked   and   de-
j fining the various grades, can be bad
on application from D. M. Robertson,
237 Sixth street. New Westminster,
CAME,  THEN   WENT.
Trustee L. Thomber took the chair
last night at the school board meeting
in the absence of Chairman T. j.
Trapp. who is confined to bed with a i
attack of lumbago.
The night scliool question was the
subject ol most of the discussion that
took place. The decision come to
was that there should be bin one
class, on Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, of each week, two hours each
night, and that in the meantime only
one teacher should be appointed. The
matter of subjects to be I aught was
left to the teacher an I \V. C. Coatham,
who has been appo.n ed supervisor of
night  schools.
Out cf six applicants, Miss Elizabeth Noonan was appointed night
school teacher at a salary of $2.50 pel
night. Miss Noonan is a teacher in
the  public  schools.
Two applications for increases of
salary, and a letter frcm the four
principals submitting a scale of
salaries, were laid on the table.
A letter from Dr. Fagan, of the
public health deiartment, instructing
the board to appoint a medical inst ee-
Itor was referred to the committee on
1 hygiene.
The board then went into a committee of tl.e whole to consider estimates.
Man Wanted Here For Robbery at Hospital Believed
In Clutches of Law.
ago,
JAPANESE SUFFER,
SAYS MISSIONARY
GMM REAPER CALLS
AGED PIONEER TO REST
President   of   Defunct   Farrrers'   Bank
Made  Short  Visit to  Canadi.
Saul!   Ste    Mai ie.  Mich., Jan    L9      it
has jusi developed Ahat Beattle Nesbitt, president ol the defunct Farmer*'
bunk, wanted for appropriating filmland making false returns to tbe government, arrived here on Sunday and
lefl ' ��� Chicago ofl Monday.
He Beemed to be well supplied wil i1
money.    He  replstered  at   the  Park
hotel as w   Nesbll.
Writes to Son of Disasters!
and Burdens Imposed on
People.
Chief Bradshaw yesterday sent a
police officer to Tacoma ami when he
returns it will be known whether
the man McLean, who is accused of
stealing $225 from P. Devoy in St.
Marys hospital a month or two
has  been  located.
The other day the chief received
word thai a man resembling McLean
had been seen around Tacoma and ho
wired the police there, who arrested
the suspect.
McLean did some quick work after
leaving here. He stole the money
wl lie employed as an orderly at the
hospital. He went to Vancouver and
got married to a Westminster woman
who went there to meet him.
In Seattle, after spending all bis
wife's money, he deserted her. in
spite of a large reward off ere.I by
Mrs McLean no trace of tbe man was
found and it was thought tbat he had
got  clear away.
The Tacoma police claim that immediately after deserting bis wife m
Seattle be left for Ireland cn a visit
to his old home. He male a nue
visit there and then returned to the
Pacific coast, though why has yet to
be explained.
Chief Bradshaw is reasonably sure
I tbat the arrested man is the one he
': wants. Tbe case here aroused considerable interest and was the cause
I of an investigation by the city coun-
| cil into the conduct of the police do-
i partmeiit. It was rumored tbal pre
l cautions bad not been taken tu arrest,
j the man al  once after tbo crime WM
suppose I   to  lie   commit led      The     In-
vestlgation resulted  ln  the complete
exoneration of the pell, e
Seattle.     Jan.
.1 liars will be
Joseph  Wintci ute,  Resident of Westminster   for   Forty-five   Years,
Answers  Last Summons.
HAZEL KIRKE WILLING
TO ST/RT ANOTHER MATCH
Another of   the   fas
I band  i f Cariboo  miners  who
I the elusive gold  dust  in  th(
I civilized days of this province
itninlshln..
sought
early
passed
Lady Who Faced the Ball in National
Westminster Lacrosse Game Last
Year Offers to Repeat.
\titiu.
Kennedy spoke
��� D busing  Mr,
Hc   staled   that
prospect of a rea-.
of bis trip
While's re-
there    was
liable appro-
SIX
FEET OF  SNOW
IN CASCADE MOUNTAINS
loi U e Improvement of   the
I
I
v ���   tlon   made   by   1'    Feeble.'.
'   I '    tl be stationed at Ottawa to
'   the Fraser river    expropriation
!''1'  H   waa  | assed,  was  lefl   ill    the
the n ivlgatlon committee ' i
n     -
Seattle, Jan IU.���Dm lng the thirty-
six bourn ending at three o'clock this
afternoon six feet of snow (ell In tho
Cascade mountains. Snowslide. block
[ill traffic, but with the aid of sliow-
plOWB the railways are en lcavtu lng to
keep their passenger trains running.
GARDENER8 PROTEST.
w
.,
N.i   Reciprocity     with     United
States  in  Garden  Truck.
fan, 19.���Sir Richard Cart-
���nd a delegation   yesterdaj
ng the market gardener and
lil   growers  of   Quebec,     pro-
' aim i any re iproclty treaty
I L'nited States which wo ild
i'h products. Tbey repre-
' s iveral millions of dollars
.ninth- differences make it
������ for the Canadi in gardenets
te with  those of the  l'nited
PROVINCE MAY COLLECT
REVENGE FROM RAILWAYS
n i
In
ti
Bl
Court of Appeal Decides Lands Owned
by B. C. Southern Road are Subject to Taxation.
ti
'
'
i number of Ontario garden*
On-
>ct
'���"! the delegation, but the
l! "ii  us a  whole  have not
ed themselves,
pebels' Victory Confirmed.
* ma,   Mexico,   via   Ki Paso,
Jan. 19.���Confirmation   comes
official   sources    of    a   light
'   Arteaga,  where ii  band  of
had    been    in    charge    for a '
��������� d  by  Uutiiio and  Alberto
bail taken possession of a !
town     Federal troops wenl  out
t'i'iue  and  dove  them  out  to |
I..
Victoria, Jan. 19.���The court of appeal has upheld tbe decision of It. S
Lennle, Judge of the court of revision
ill Kelson, to tho effect that the government of HiIHhIi Columbia bad
power to tax the lands of the British
Columbia Southern railway. The decision of the judge of the couit id I "-
vision was opposed by the C.
hut the government beld that
the right to tax.
The decision of the court or appeals means Hint the government haa
the light to colle t taxes for fou.
years back, since the land became
taxable.
The estimated amount  of the taxes
I'.   It
ii  hai
B
ml tins.    There is no ieport of   to be paid Into the provincial treasury
��� I
or wounded.
Is |76,000 per
gether.
\eir, or
JOO.000 all'
���<������������������������������������������
���
RAINBOW GOING  NORTH.
Crew  Is  Saved.
'" ib Jan. 19.���Acc >r!lng
:"'" s dispatch received
'is evening the five men
"ig   the   crew   of   the
--el   schooner   Ukm��
" rescued   by   the   steam
'���"r     Nan     Smith.     The
" will be brought to   this
Canadian   Cruiser   Will   Visit   Albjrni
and  Northern  B. C.
Victoria, Jan. 19.���The C i ier Haln-
bow leaves Esquimau tomorrow,
bound for Alberni and Northern Brit-
i .ii Colombia She will call at. Princ-
Rupert and on ber ret an trip wll
rail    at     Nanaimo    and     Vancouver.
41 where It Is ho-ed that some recru'ti
*  will have been found.
away     yeslerday     In  Ibe     person    of
Joseph Smith Wintemute, who died at
the resilience ot Ills son Robert, IM
SI. Qeorge street. Deceased wa ;
nearly eighty years of age, and had
been a lesldetil ot ibis clly since
1868.     For  many  years    he    followed
the trade of a carpenter, but of   late
the Infirmities of age bad prevented
hlm from taking an active part in
anything
The late Mr. Wintemute was boi n
Iii Porl Stanley, Elgin county, Ont.,
and llrst came to British Columbia In
1862, engaging In mining In the Carl
boo for a couple of years, nfler which
he returned   to   Ontario,   remaining
there until 188B, when be again came
west, settling In Westminster, where
be made bis home tor the remainder
of his days.
Decease I was the father Of fOUT
sons. John, I wbo was killed by accident   In  the  Winti He  factory  about
twelve veins alio l, Itobert and Alfred
id this (Ity, and tieorge, of Seattle. A
brother, lienjaiiiln. resident In Vancouver. There aie also a number of
grand children Mrs. Wintemute died
just about two years ago.
The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon, Interment being   in
the Odd PellOWS cemetery. Itev. ('.
W,   Brown   wdll   officiate.
WARM GERMAN SOCKS
AS CAUSE OF ARREST
Vancouver, Wash , Jan. Hi.���For Hitting ln the open door of a box ear tO
cool bis overheated feet In the local
yards, II. L Carter, a farmer, was arrested and had In upend last nlRht In
lull He was release I this morning
by Judge Blgbam, when be proved he
was a prosperous farmer at Toledo,
and had a wife and ten children to
whom he was returning when ar-
rested
Mr. Carter was waiting for the train
ln the I'nion depot, and wiih wear Ina
a pair of rubbers with Herman nock*
Becoming too warm he went. outside
and finding an cm. ty hox car bs sat
in the door nnd swung .hla fee' In Ihe
air to cool.
Patrolman Troch happened along ii
few minutes later, and  thinking that
.Mr.   Carter   was  a   in.Titr.t,  d.xol
' him to tbe police station. .
New Westminster has �� peculiar inten st iu the fortunes of Miss Hasel
Kirke, prima donna ot the stubborn
Cinderella"   compnny.    which    plays
i  mi Saturday evening, for   thi*
demure lady broke Into something
akin to "the tierce light  thai  beats
upon  u   throne"   when   she  took   part
in a championship lacrosse match at
Queens pink on September 84, being
the first woman to figure In u Minto
Cup match.
Miss  Kirke  enjoyed   the  experience
umi Is grilling to again render the
Westminster  team a    like    service,
With tbe same In. i-ninitlHiie. . which
she dltplayi  In  tbe    part    of    Lady
Leslie 00 the stage. Miss Kirke, lu a
letter In tbe Dally News edllor, asks
lo be  Pennine I  to Mart   Ihe  lacrosse
match on Baturday, 'ir the boys don'l
mind' The boys arc willing, but
hard   hearted   Manager   ('.   A    Welsh
bas refused to permit them to start
playing so early In the season, even
to oblige Miss Kirke. Mr. Welsh Is
Just  hon Id, so there.
An enlarged photograph of the
Westminster lacroeie team and a
few friends has been travelling ia
advance of tbe "Stubborn Cinderella''
company ever since the show left thU
city. The picture will be placed oi
show In F. J. MacKenzle's window ts>
day. Manager McCalg baa decided i >
give two of tbe te t seats in the
bouse to the person who first hands
bim a correct lis! at the men and
boys In tbe picture, named In tbe ordi: the) appear. The* naming of th ���
(hivers Is easy enough, hut there are
a number of the "officials" who al
wa' s get in line when a photograph 11
taken, and these will take some Identifying.
This "stunt" Is to be repeated lu ml
the Canadian towns where the "Stubborn Cinderella" Is to appear. Westminster will not be the loser hy this
advertising dod. e.
19,���Ninety million
ie [ulred tn repair tl.e
damages ihat were Incurred by recent
Hoods in Japan and to make such
changi b in He i i\er- as v. ill secure
ibe country against    a repetition   of
the  ill-aster.     'I hi .   ine ms  au  aim I
unendurable addition to ihe t ixea tbat
are I em.: lei led in Japan aire nlv. a 1
cording to Kev. Henry Lootnls, ml*
Blonary in Japan since istj, in a communication  to  llis son,  Professor  n.
L. Loolliis, chief ol the United State;
food and drug laboratory, of this city
Dr.  LoomlB deplores Ihe useless waul ���
of money  tor fortifying the  Panam -
canal   agalnsl    Japan,   and   quotes   10
an article accompanying    tbe    letter
from  various  high authorities.    .Mat
suda, a prominent statesman, says:
"The people are groaning  Under tl
heavy burden <>f   taxation   and   tin
slightest addition win he enough t
crush them."
No less nn niitliorlty Hum the piem
ler  and   minister  cf  linmire,   Miiii|iihi
Katsura.   g tat OS   Hint   II    Is   the   Inleti
tbm  of Japan   to  provide  wm   vessels
sufficient  only  to replace time,, bo
coming USeleSS bv . se. tllld tlle 'inn
nr Jlil.niin.llllll Is pun I led ror till"  pu
pose, covering the nexl six years The
increase in tasatiou, be declares, hue
already affected tin- purchasing nowefi
or   the   people   nnd   this   lm.    nlTeetel | when
the price of the Japanese bonds on
the markets
RECOVERtO  HEK   s
Ontario Girl   Lost  It Throuj
Regained   It   Bamt   A
Chatham, Ont . Jan. I I    w
Parsons, ol McKay's Comers, wim    Ih
attending school al  Ridge town     fell
at the skating rink a couple . i WeeKS
ago and was rendeiei unconscious
sin- remained in that condition fot
some time, and afterwards suffered
trom    convulsions.     When     ihi       rS
covered from her    Injuries    it    wa
found  Ihat   she  had  lost   her  VolOS
A   few  days  agO,   while   walking     t<>
n   neighbor's   bouse   she  slipped     and
fell again    Tbe shock of ti a second
tall   caused   ber   voice   to   ret on.   ami
she   Is   now   fully   leeiieiel   Itoin   be;-
temporary affiieiion.
Engineers Strike I | Mexico.
Mexico Clty.  Jan.   IS     Traffic     WM
suspended I >doj cn 1000 miles of the
Mexican   line    and   briinche.      or    Ibe
Southern Paoiflc railway   in    Mexico
lis  a   rest ll   "f the   strike of Ame! lean
nn i miii e enflnemen, which   began
Inst nl. In.
NEVA'S   WATERS   BLESSED.
rir?t
NATIVE SONS ARRANOE
IOR lllli ANNUAL RAIL
Post   No.
Year's
4   Will Try to Better   Last
Social Function���Officers
for  1911   Ele-.ted.
Ship Battered.
VlQtOrla, .Inn. Ht���TIip Ameiica-i
.bin Htm of /enlniiil, front San Francisco to Nanaimo to tnke in a 1 ad
of conl. passed Into the straits this
eVenltlg with her fore and main royal
musts gone and a thirty-eight mile
wind blowing.
Pioneer of Manitoba Dead.
Winnipeg, Jan. til.���Andrew Mowat
horn In Moose Factory on llulson
buy ninety one years ago, died here
,te''"-, Fe was one cf tl.e pioneer
settlers of Selkirk.
Arran:emer.rs for fhe Native SOS*
.:���.:. a to be beld in tie K. tl I* skat-
in . rink on Monday, January SO, arc
now well ln band, and everything
points to the event being even j
greater success than last year Tbo
different committees reported at the
regular monthly meeting of Post No.
I  yesterday  evening that    en" vtliln..
was progressing   satisfactorily,   Tht-
decorstlon commutes plans   decking
I out    the    ball   room    In  a  ivivel  and
[effective manner,   using   evergreens.
flags and iinlni'il beads In the scheme.
Totem poles umi other specimens of
Indian craftsmanship win also be �����.-
eluded.
The officers for 1011 were elected
as follows: Chief factor. Alfre.1 H
Johnston; past chief factor, M.
Phillips: llrst vice factor, .1. P.
riole: second vice-factor, James
Keary, financial secretary, L.
Sharpe. recording secretary, A.
Johnson; Inst le sentinel. A. F. Cut-
ton. Jr.; outside sentinel, T. belly.
honorary treasurer, .1 J. .lohnston;
auditor, J. I. Keary; pianist, Fran.
Major: guide, W. Wai wick. Ihiance
committee, A. W. Cray, James Feeney
and  Irving  Wintemute.
Ten applications for membership
were received, and A. S. McColl nnd
(1. S. Peele were initialed.
A supper followed lhe meeting, tho
party breaking tip about eleven
o'clock.
Caiar   Wltnensed  Ceretnony  for
Time  In  Six  Vears.
st   Petersburg! Jan.   c   emperor
NfeholB. was present nt He i eie
nii'iiy of I lesslna Hip watpra ef the
Neva  todav,  ror ibe  flrst  time since
(bat eventful dnj  In  lunuMy, lbob��
the i\ bole Itimianoff fainllv wa*
HiiPiitPiiet wltb death frcm a lain of
etflpp Bhi'l Which aeeniilliiE t" otTlrtal
Peporl t){ the attftif, bad been nnatiEoil
by anarchists who put n elniree In
mie of the tuns nr Hip P��VeHt66htii
btiiiery or Dm fiip iioisp artillery,
Today's ceremony passed err with
im unpleasant Incidents, a feeling ol
relief was noticeable   In the crowd
when hls majesty left the s ene.
Prince Rupert Aldermen.
Prince (lupert. fan. lfi���The count
or ballots In the aldermanic election
shows Hint tbe following will sit nn
the city council under Hie leadership
ot Mayor William Manson: Ward one,
V.   VV.   Smith,    O.   W.   Ke r.     1).   W
Morrisey; ward two. John F Klrkpat-
rlck. JObfl llilditcb, S M N'ewi m, W.
H. Clayton and I. 1) I'attullo 11. O.
Nelson  was elected  school trustee.
TWO GIRL PRISONERS
SET  FIRE  TO  JAIL
J.
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Chioago, Jan. H��.���One death resulted today from flre started last night by
two girls imprisoned ln the Lemont,
ui.. Jail, who attempted to commit
suicide Miss Stelle Maxwell, ^J yeara
old, the elder, died today, iu lhe hos-
lital In Juliet. The other girl, Freda
Kampka, who formerly was a singer
in small theatres in Joliet where both
girls lived. Is net expected to live
through the day. The girls bad been
arrested on charges of stealing tins
at Lemont.
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��� pany.   and   secretary   of   the ���
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��� ministration, died of   cerebral ���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Wants
WANTED.
WANTED���TO KKXT UNFURNISH-
t.,l. ;jx or Eeven-roomed bouse;
��� ���lose in: careful tenants. Haines
P. O.  Box 30.
SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.
REAL  ESTATE
WE   have  the  exclusive  sale  of  the'
following
CITY   OF
\i/..:
NEW
WESTMINSTER.
WANTED���JAPANESE WOMAN FOR
housework.   Apply G., P. 0. Box S29,
Daily  News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE:
keeping   rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED���BOARDERS     FOR     PRI-
vate boarding bouse: first class
board; al! home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
sireet, city.
BUSINESS BLOCK, in heart of Co-
lumbia street. Stands on two largo
lots. Piesent revenue lrom rents
exceeds 13 per cent. This property
will greatly advance dm ing the
present year. See us lor Bpeclal
terms, which are easy.
Sent On Approval
To RESPONSIBI.S PB0PI.3    "*
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FOUNTAIN PEN
and
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WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, 1M-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings stieet east.
WANTED ��� IMMEDIATELY, FURNISHED room, close to business
district. State price and particulars.    Hox  E, 0.  K., Dally News.
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE-
ly.   Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS MAN
re mires good sized, comfortable
room with partial beard. Apply box
L8, News office.
FOUND.
POUND���ON   CORNWALL   STREET,
a sum of money. The owner can
receive same by paying for this
advertisement. Apply to 1025 Cornwall street.
FOR   SALE.
TO    LKT -    COMFORTABLE    BED-
room   for  one  or  two   gentlemen;
half block  from  city  car  lice.  -117
Fourth  Sireet.
KOR SALE���HEATING STOVE, NEW
live weeks ago.    513 Agnes street.
MANUFACTURING SITE  in    Sapperton, bounded on two sides by C. P.
railway and Brunette river,   Exceptionally good    buy.    Price   $50,000..
One-quarter cash, balance over four]
years at 7 l er cent.
FINE RESIDENCE in best locality,
thirteen rooms, stands on 132x132
foot lot, Price $10,5 io. One-third
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months at
7 per cenl.
CLEARED LOTS (one-bfth cf an
acre) facing Lulu Island road and
within city limits. Price $400 up.
One-third cash, balance 6, 1- and I-.
months at T per cent.
m
SUNBURY. DELTA. Large Steel Corpora; ion have just invested lai gel.
in water fronl here. We have 250
feet of water front at $125 per Iron;
foot. One-third cash, balance easy.
Buy,
BURNABY, three large cleared lets at
intersection of main roads. Far
passes in front. Price $2500. One-
half cash, balance easy.
SUBDIVISION LOTS, adjoining city
limits and new B, C. E. railway Iin ���.
$300 to $400. $20 down, $10 pei
month at  7  per cent.
RICHMOND (Lulu Island) manufacturing site. 300 feet deep waterfrontage on North Arm. Blocks
from Co to 8 acies. $4000. One-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 13
months at 7 per cent.
Every pen guaranteed
full 11 Kl !�� lid l.u .1���LIU IJ
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in c.ihcr our staudard
black opaque pattern, or
Nuii-lueakal.le Transpai -
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plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
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f.crvwt,. r.-   for   I     "        At-eltts
wanted   Write f. r t-ma.   ��'r,io
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rj"1 Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
Mu estic Bldg..
Detroit Ml��k
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
"\ Stubborn Cinderella," that highly successful musical comedy of real
quality ami merit by ihe well-known
ii i .. Hough, Adams and Howard,
which is making an extended tour of
lhe country this Eeason under tbe dire, lion of Charles A. Goettler, will be
the attraction at the Westminster
Opera  house on  Saturday evening.
'llis pretty little play, as ii may
well i !��� termed, is said to contain
,,. re catchy musical numbers than
any other entertainment of its kinc
thi i bis 11 u produced in rec* nt
m irs, and Is without a doubt tbe gem
of the long li-i i-i' successful comedies
of thai now famous Chicago university  pair.
tii the twenty musical numbers in
II  each mie is prettier and   catchier I
! than the other, and it is positively
state l thai from the time he first one
is   sung   until   the    lasi    one���"When
i You First Kiss ibe Last Girl Vou
Love"���is finished, there is not a sin-
I gle moment thai ibe ear is net di -
lighted, "l.me .Me .lust Because,"
"What's tlie I'se," "Adols, Senorlta,"
"Don't Be Anybody's Moon Bul Mine,"
"Don't He Cross With Me." are othi r
tuneful numbers well calculated to
; base lhe most musical hearers.
In  the third net is introduced   as
; pretty a picture as was ever presented
Ion any Stage, "The Orange Fete," at
that famous California retreat, Coron-
ado Beach, where the authors were sojourning when writing tbis play. Tb"
scenic effect is an exact reproduction
of the beautiful hostelry there, and
the various dances, minuets, inarches,
etc., executed during the fete   by    a
'chorus of as pretty and shapely gir
as   it   was   possible   for   the    management   t.i collect   after  diligent   search
in tl e best avenues for desirable chi -
rus girls���11   is safe to say that  this
number alone is more than worth the
'price of admittance.    The production
lis  an   exceedingly   elaborate  one.   and
iii   will undoubtedly score a big .
:   i ��� ss here.
FOR SALK���CHAN CL FOU POUT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow bouse, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
Btreet, City.
SURREY, Langley,  .Matsqui,  .Sumas,
Chilliwack and Coquitlam, We hav
exceptionally  good  listings in    the
above municipalities.    See  us    for
same.
SHERRIFF ROSE & CO.
FOll SALK OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modem bouse on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for par
denial's, or 512 Fourth street,
Westminster, IL C.
New
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance   and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary Public,
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
646  Cclumbia   St.,  New  Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Hawtoundland, ami in London, Eng-
(and, Hew York Ch'cagoaud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Letters of Credit issum. available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
ami interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   I present  rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
JOSEPH TRAVERS
HOUSES FOR SALE.
SEVEN  rocmed    modern    house,    lot
G6xl32, all in fruit,   go'id   location.,
$600 cash, balance like rent.
FIVE   rcDmed   cottage   on  Third   avenue.    Price  $1650,  $600 cash,    hai-'
anee arranged.
SIX rcomed new modern house, cement foundation, furnace, etc.
Price only $2650;  easy terms.
'
EIGHT rcomed modern house, cement
foundation, furnace.   $4no cash, bal-l
anee $20 per month.
FIVE roomed cottage on Sixth avenue.
Price $2300, on very easy terms.
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in me
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot each montli;
quarterly meeting on the tmra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday oi
February. New members may be !
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F, AMITY LODGE, NO. ^7���
Tl.e regular meetings of tbis lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner  Carnarvon  and  Eighth  streets,'
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.;
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited
tn attend.   George Adams. N.G.: W.
C.  Ccatham,  P.O.. recording score.-1
tary:    .1.   W.   MacDonald,   f.nancial |
secretary.
i
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W, .1.
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds. Adam S
Johnston.
For sale on Third avenue, [.remise,,
lfil'N'J'.iT, with good ten-room bouse,
grounds all in lawn and orchard;
right on ear line. Terms can be arranged to suit. White. Shib's .ic
Co. **
The Oven
Of a Range
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
FIVE roomed    cottage.    Price    $1400,
$300 cash, balance like rent.
LOTS FOR SALE.
���~i- CANADIAN PACIFIC
ii. li. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.   Iroquois    Sunday    nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO,
.2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
6:00 p. in Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Ian. 7, 21��� Feb. 18
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   ni	
.lan. in. 24;  Feb. 7, 21.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
II. W.  BRODIE,
G.  P.  A.  Vancouver
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
S
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PR1NTINC.
Estimates  Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
���Thornton   Blk.
Phone  388
FIVE lets near Twelfth street: good
location. A snap at $050 each; on
easv terms.
TWO lots on Edinburgh street, all
cleared. Price $800, one-third cash,
balance arranged.
HAMILTON street    lot,
$S50, on easv terms.
all   cleared,
TWO large lots facing on three
streets, l'.i'2 feet square. Price only
$'.i(iij each, on terms to suit.
ONE   lot   on   Princess
$i;no, easy terms.
street.     Price
ONE large lot on Sixth street, splendid location. Price $1600, on easy
terms.
THESE are all good buys. If you are
looking for a bouse on easy terms
it will be to your advantage to see
us before buying elsewhere,
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703. Residence  L611.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Auctioneer, Etc., Money to Loan.
Walker  Block, Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of-
-flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.    Room,
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPFWRITINC
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 6B1 Resilience  Phone  13?
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
f
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
r ���������-\
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
%_  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Ap:i3
si/..
1'J: 10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    I No. i)7).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. Ofi).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:60���From Winnipeg and Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.
1 r��: r>5���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   Ofi).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
Seattle,   Ni-
(No. 97).
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half tho fuel than at.
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. 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
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too,
Note lhe illustration!.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,
1911.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time
ot
20:00���United States via C, P
idaily excepl Sundi . t    - ���.
8:,'lti���Vancouver via H r  i    ������
(daily except Bund        7 ���>,
13:(iii���Vancouver via is. C  ;
(daily  except   Sun |()
IS: 00���Vancouver \ ia B. C. 1
idaily excepl   Sui
8:30- Victoria via B. C. 1:  a.
(daily except Sund , ��� .,
13:00���Victoria  via  It. t\  ,
idaily  excepl   Bnndaj 1    ;..;,,
30*-United Slates via (',
(dally except Bund 13 1       .,
juT , 15:00��� l'nited States via G. \. it.
Idaily   excepl   Sun
12:10���All   points  east  and  Europe (dally)   	
23:00���All  points east,   and   1
rope   idaily 1       ���-, ,-
12:10���Sapperton    and     r
Mills        (daily       , .. .
Sunda]��      ,,
20:00���Sapperton    and     Fra
mlll8       idaily       1
Sun.lav)            I5;i5
2:10���Coquitlam    (dally   ���
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     idaily    except
:-' inday)        1
13 ���'���I   Easl    Burnaby   and   Q.
quit'am   (dailj
Sunday  ,
10:00 '1 Imberland, Straw 1 1
Hill and South Wi
minster   (Tuesday
Friday)      	
10:00 -Ladner,     Poi I     Gulc
Westham Island  . :.���*
10:00 - Annie' llie,   Sunbni y 1 d
.    1 epl    Sunday
0:00   Annacla    Island    Moi
Wednesday     and    1  ,
day     	
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Thursday    and
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idaily except  Sun ' 14:20
11: 30- -Clo\ ei dale and Porl Kells       '
1 dally exi epl  Bdn
1:30   Cla> ton  (Tui s laj   ';
dav.    I'i blay    and    S I
day         ;'
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8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (dail)   ���
cept Sunday 	
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui
tlngton,  etc.   (d	
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15:45���Crescent. White Rock and
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of four rooms for
$100.00
Cash or Credit
DENNY & ROSS
43.47 Sixth  Street, New Westminster
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
Wait for Phillips9
Big Clothing Sale
SOMETHING WILL  BE DOING
Watch for the Big Adv.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 19,1
The Daily News KNOX CHUHtH WILL BURN
MORTGAGE NEXT MONTH
Published by The Dally News Publish-
In.  Company, Limited, i\t their offlces,
corner    ot    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streel s.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
unio'n ;||^LAiirrc> 4
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Presbyterian   Institution  at  Sapperton
Is Now Free of Debt���Pastor's Salary  Is to  Be  Increased.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911
GOVERNMENT LAND PQLICY.
Though Premier McBride la a
clover skirmisher in debute, and lfi
endowed with tbe capacity and
capability for placing an
rIoss upon the most unpromising material, we scarcely think bo succeeded
in proving the honesty of bis goverfl*
STEAMER ON FIRE IS
ABANDONED IN MID-OCEAN
Crew of Parisiana,    Bound    for    Melbourne, Rescued by Transport���
Gasoline Boat Pounded.
an indignation meeting of the Twin
Cities clerks, repeated today assertions made before the meeting.
"The mails surely will be tied up
all over the country," one of tbem
said. "Although tbe amount of mall
bandied is daily increasing, the number of railway mall clerks bus been
decreased by Hitchcock. Ills policy
of economy is a good one, but the
clerks bear more than tlieir share of
the saving. A general notice of mail
clerks certainly will follow unless
some remedy is applied.
Progress and prosperity aie the
keynotes of the annual r'eportB of
Knox Church, Sapperton, presented al
the annual ineeting beld Wednesday
evening and the year jusi past, which
is the twentieth of the congregation's
existence, ls an epoch marking one in
that the debt'bribe church has now
been paid off and, tlie mortgage taken
up.
In  celebration of these two facts :i
social meeting will be held on Febru-
enticing  ary 7, when, according to ancient cus- j
torn, tbe mortgage  wlll  bo  solemnly
consigned to the flames.
The treasurer's report is of a nature to encourage those wbo have
worked   so  long and  strenuously   foi'
Melbourne, Australia, Jan. lid.���Tho
Hritish steamer l'arisiana, which sail-
ml from N'ew York to this port on
October 29, bus been abandoned at
sea on tire.
The members of the crew wer'i
taken off by tbe Hritish steamer
Transport, which arrived yesterday in
Albany,   West  Australia.
No details of the disaster havo yet
reached here.
ENDORSED  ALDRICH   PLAN.
Seattle, Jan. lib.���The gasoline boat
Mariner was pounded to pieces on the
rocks off hope/ Island, one of tbo San
Juan group, during the storm which
commenced on Sunday night. The
three men comprising the crew had a
narrow escape.
ment in regard to the question of land'tbeir  church.     It  shows  that   during
'the vear l'.ild the contributions of tbe
settlement in British Columbia, in | oongregatlon towards the general fund
hie reply to Mr. Brewster's criticisms,I and  the debt  fund   almost   doubled
, . ���.,    I those of  1'.mil.
upon the debate on the address.    Ilia,     )n   (.()|ls(.,|licm.c  of  the  satisfactory
member for Alberni charged the gov- ] nature of the tinances. it was resolved
thai   the church should now assume
the  responsibilities   of a  self-Support-
valuable land to speculators|lng organization, Instead of remaining
In the condition of an augmented congregation,  and  that   tbe  pastor's  sal-
these prices varying from one to five,ary should be increased considerably.
Rev. 10. G. Thompson, wbo has been
pastor of tbe church for seme years,
anything more than perhaps subdivid-|is regarded by his Hock with feelings
of love and esteem, and it  lias been
British   Columbia,    in
isms,
I
Thai
gov- j
ernment with having allocated largo
tracts of
at what may be termed bargain prices,
these prices varying from one to flvo
dollars per acre;  then, without doing'
U. S.
MAIL CLERKS
MAY GO OUT ON STRIKE
felt for some time Hint bis services
were not sufficiently remunerated.
The board of managers bave therefore determined on this action. It
was also decide 1 to pay a saliry in
future to tbe organist, wbo bus so far
given her services  without  fee.
Another step, of minor Importance,
determined on in conse ruence cf increased prosperity, bns-bren to insial
a hot air beating system in tlie church
and this was done about two months
ago.
The clerk of the   session reported
that weeklj   Sabbath   services   were
well  attended, and  the  prayer  meet-
'; ings   were   also   held   regularly,   al
though the numbers of attenders were
not   very   large.      During   the   year
I tbere was an increase in tbe membcr-
| ship roll.
Tbe Christian Endeavor society re-
I ported    a     successful     year,    during
whi 'b much good work of a social nature was done.
���     The Ladies' Aid of the church also
met with considerable success In their
1 undertakings throughout the year.  A
number  cf   conceits,  sales   of    work.
etc.,   were    engineered,   resulting    in
[substantial  additions  to  the  treasury.
1    In tho Sunday school   116 scholars
; were  enrolled  last   year, and   conditions otherwise are satisfactory.
CUTJ
PRAYER  MEETING
TO  KILL  HER   RIVAL
ing the lands, these nun lave sold
them to the settler at anything from
ten in flfty dollars per acre. Often,
however, the original purchasers sell
to another person or syndicate, by
whom the price is still farther increased.
Mr, McBride strongly objects t.i H13
use of the word speculator as a definition for the men of wealth "who may
come hero for the purpose of Becuring
crown lands ?"    Ile admits, however,
that within the past seven years nearly one million acres of land in   this
province liave been soil to such men
of wealth, but Bays there has been no
favoritism   in   this  matter  and  rests
liis defenre upon the plea that these
purchasers (who nre nol to be dubbed
speculators)   have be. 11  required    to
obey the terms of the law and    | ay
their quota of taxes.    Surely nothing
less could be expected,    Even a man
of wealth who purchases land in large
quantities from the government upon
favorable terms, has to bear bis statu
tory responsibilities,   The government
is   ent it led   to   no   praise   for   having
seen  that they do bo,    Hut  if these
same lands had been allocated to the
genuine  settler  by    an    active    an!
honest policy of land settlement there
would  have still  have been  tho    income therefrom in the way of taxes.
That Mr. Brewster and those politically oppose 1 to tbe government aro
the only ones who charge this serious
offence  against   it,  as   Premier   McBride   suggests,   is  ef  course  beside
the  facts.    The strong gathering    ol
the government's supporters at    tha
Kels'M contention last  fall passed a
resolution strongly urging the government to a 11 1 y. Btronuous land poll sy,
whilst   stellar resolutions have been
passel   by   ti.e  V: ii'oiiver and    many
ether boards of trade throughout the
province.    In fact it is generally and
widely   known   that   the   McBride  administration lias net dealt fairly and
squarely with tbe people in this matter of land settlement.
It may be. as the Premier says, that 1 tm.er. (b) The name of the lake,
the rural population of the province jBtream or soure (if unnamed, the de-
lias been doubled within the past live Iscrtption isl two draws coming to-
vears, and we are glad to hear that I father near the middle of the north-
,,  . ,   , a, , ,  .  ,        ,   ,     iern boundarv of lot 0, Texada, thence
it  is so, but this is certain lv no   duo   ���     , J .  _*u_,���,j    iok
' flowing   or   seeping   northward    125
to the encouragement afforded to the fcPt .u.,-0ss lot 12, to Blubber Hay,
:aettler by the government. It Is safe (c.) The point of division, at the
to say that if it had been possible for Junction of those two draws and the
springs  therein   on   lot   0;   (d.)     The
Minneapolis, Jan. 1'..���A tie-up of
tbe country's mail system and a walkout of the railway mail clerks ls likely
unless Postmaster* General Hitchcock
discontinues certain phases of Ids
postal service policies, according ro
members of the Twin Cities Hallway
Mail Clerks' association.
Tentative plans for a walkout of
the railway mail clerks have been
made, it is said. This will be ordered,
ihe clerks say, unless the practice of
requiring the clerks to work overtime
without extra pay is stopped.
Speakers last night who addressed
National Board of Trade Approves
Scheme for Monetary Reform.
Washington, Jan. 19.���The National
board of trade today endorsed the
principles of the Aldrich plan of
monetary reform hy adopting a resolution offered by New York delegates
recommending a "Central Hanking
Organization." Tentative plans were
drawn for a monetary league of business men soon to be organized by the
national board.
The committee of the National
board of trade, which has been considering the question of amalgamation with the National council of
commerce and commercial bodies of
the various cities, reported that within sixty days it would present a plan
for consideration.
$50,000 MAY BE GIVEN
FOR ROAD TO IDITAROD
Washington,   Jan.   Hi��� The   house
has refused lo include in tbe army
appropriation hill tbe Wickersbam
amendment, basing an additional $50,-
00(i for roads and trails in Alaska, but
Mr. Wickersbam has received assurances that the amount will be in-
eluded in the biil in tbe senate, if
appropriated, the sum will lie expended on a road from Seward into tho
Iditarod territory.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    6, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at   8,  7,  S  and  every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  New  Westminster for Vancoiiuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
i& CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
\vr'" City.
20-minute service from 6:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-minutes
service  fiom  8  a.  m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mini:te service from 0:10 a. m. until  11:3)  p.  m      S m Jjy- 2) mln ites
Eervlre fiom 8:10 a. 111. unlll   11:30p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   ERAUC.'..
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11  p. in. ^^^
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster I: 15 p. m.
To Cliilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a. m. and 0 p. m.
?B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
G8W
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Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500 Ton*,  7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
J.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday
FOR PRINCE RUPERT     -     11.30 p.m. Mond
for   Stewart
ays
Direct connection tit Prince Hupert  for  Stewart.    S.  S.  "Prince
bert"  will  leave  Prince   Rupert  January    2uth  for    Port    Sinn
Kincolith, Massett, pkldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago ,. a
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston
Niagara Kails, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington
For tickets, time tables,
apply to
Illustrated literature, and all lnfor
man
HARRY Q. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial Agent
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Plione 7100. Phone 301
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The Roberts
Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
Mr. Contractor. When you are
building a house, let us figure on the
wiring and fittings. Our motto is
good work and when you want ll
Also let us tell you how to save 70
per cent, of your light bills. We can
do it. Repair and trouble work given
prompt attention.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now lie ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of ] oronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.    ::
"'siness Accounts opened
oa favorable   terms.    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Fort Worth. Tex., Jan. 10.-
Mrs. T. .".1. Brooks was kil ini
Mary
-While:
Mis.'
Blngford in a crowded department siore yesterday atternoon,
women or the First Methodist church
were at Mrs. Brooks' home holding a
prayer meeting.
A telephone call to tbe house announcing the killing was the only explanation they bad of her absence.
This developed today when T. M
llrookU lssue.1 a statement sayin-;
jealousy was the cause of the klllin?.
Ce defended tlie character cf-the dead
woman as well as that&of hls wife.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain a
license in the Texada division of New
Westminster district.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Nels Persson,
of    llelsingborg,    Sweden,    manufac-
Clearance Sale
 of 	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The U hite House 617 Columbia Street
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. 'vatc Hospital.
22',', Townsend Ct Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted, Terms trom
$ir> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
homestead  land    to j
any  fair area of ���..,,.. ���,. .,.,  .......    ,.. ,-,..,���
,    ,   ,. . .    quantity of water applied for (In cuDlo
be acquired  this rate of increase ln fee( ,���,;. ��,<,,.������,),    A)V< cuMc feef,  (e.)
the rural population would have been'The character of the proposed works.
Immensely enlarged, At this moment a lime and cement business, a portion
there are practically no cultivable Io�� the Plant whereof has been already
,      , .,  ,,      r erected;   (f.)   Tlie premises on   which
lands available    lor    tbe    pre-emptor. j t)|0   w.i((,r   ,���   t()   ���e    ^    (des(.llt)e
Mr. McBride says there are upwards | Bame), lot 8, Texada; (g.) The pur-
of twenty millions acres reserved for  poses  for  which  the  water  is  to  be
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
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Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,    B.
BRANCH
015 Columbia Street.
Westminster
Vansf er Co.
'Qce 'Phon*  lift.      B��ni  'Pfcot.e 13?
Columola  Btreex
E��*g*ge   delivered   promptly    ��
��ny part of t .�� clt?.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  D6POT.
Room   14,   Westminster
Phone 711.
Trust   Block.
Box  160 ,
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.   Telephone 800.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
���    Gold \Vatcje�� ror Ladles from ��12 li
tip.
Silver Watches,    gents'    onen tare
.6.00.
Silver  Watches
,��7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocer.
open
.  I'lltS'    OI��"tl
case,
and     r.igbi
������������������������������������������������������������������������������  <.*��������*�������������������������������������������������������
pre-emption and that seven hundred
and ninety-six thousand acres have
been surveyed for the same purpose.
These figures are attractive, but
where are these lands we should like
lo know ? Are tbey mountain ranges
and rocky wastes, or areas practically inacessible, or beyond the possibility of securing a market for
produce ?
We are glad to learn that the government is at last making a move in
a practical direction, and that lt la ln-
iended to undertake surveys along
the lines of the Canadian Northern
Pacific and the Grand Trunk Pacific
railways, and that these lands will be
reserved for pre-emption. This action
is undoubtedly the outcome of the
strong criticism which has been made
.of its land policy and of the pressure
which has been brought to bear from
many quarters to secure a fairer and
more Intelligent administration. It is
to be hoped that the work of surveying will be a Ivanced with all speed.
used,  steam  for  manufacturing  purposes;   (J.I   Area  of  crown   land   intended to be occupied by the proposed
work,   none;    (k.)     This   notice   was
posted on Ihe 21!rd day of September,
1010,   and   application   will   be   made
to the commissioner on the '2'M-d day
of October, 1910.   (1. "Give the name
and   addresses   of   any   riparian    proprietors   or   licensees   who   or   whose
lands are likely to be affected by the
proposed works, either above or below
the outlet, H. W.'Treat, care Hums fe
jWalkem, solicitors, Vancouver, B. C���
and  the   Pacific   Lime  Co.,   Ltd.,  104
Winch building, Vancouver H. C.
N. PFRSSON,
By hls agent, II. D. Newklrk,
Van Anda, B. C.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
EG G S!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
COAL
New|
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
I The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. F. M. Domlny, Pro.
ineur The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon: I take It for granted
that you have never tried t'ie
ACME BRAND
or you would ch an. o your niliul Acfio
Is In a class by ttscir. Ome tried���
always used.
Our special cliumpa. no Is a wlnne ���
You ought to try a case. Price J1-'1'
case and bottles to ho returned.
Factory.   Simpson Street.
Office:  304 Columbia Street.       -
Tel. 689. New Westminster, ����� "��� . RIUAY, JANUARY  20,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Pagr ftvb.
SPORTING NEWS
;;;;i!lllES T!) HOWL AliAINST
FIVE CLEVEH THESPIANS
ftdvanoe Agent Gonttiei, of "Stubborn
Cinderella"  Compnny,   Challenged
Newspaper Team
Trusi team n now arranging llie
schedule mul li Is expected that    tho
llrst    ::;uui     will    he    rolled    off      nexl
Thu sda: night, probabl; between the
Ban! ol Montreal mul the Peoples'
Trust
" '���< "mi  i   weii worth scrapplnf to
ai"    I     liov.   oi<   viev,    It,   the   windows
o i" Peoptei Trim' companj 'i
offices on Columbia street it standi
aboul Blxteei Inchei high and is a
lim  example ol the Blfreninlltl 'i  art
sensation      It   is  admitted  thai   the
Mali's new titiitiuie win do much   to
���lestro   nn   'i'i;o ountv bogey,' de-
signe i to frighten Mie lords lino defeating the bome nib' measuri Bure ������
lie passed by the Commons
BUSINESS  MEN  EIGHT
TO  DEATH   IN STREET
in   NewBpapei  men ol  Nov.  WeBl
i, ,,,. e'   vs   A   Stubborn    Cinderella
l,ai   ti   not   ihe   name  of  i,   di' d -<
uoi ��� el ui a prize flght, bin u is
li   ol   i'   bowllni   match  which
v 11   i,i'i.iii  its history  tomorrow ami
i net   British    i olumbia    n    no
Iind   been   thought   le.   the  een le
mai   connected   v. i i,  (be  newapapen
es minster thai by a liberal  up-
. ,i    ol   Uk   Btai   chumlie'   me: In..:
ooulfl keep themaelVBi  from be
amous, but  Buch wai   not to he
... iniiiiil.ei  .lune:ion und AgafiBlz
ii   Hope  and   (���' en   lo    ��� ��� v        .��� |
.   i v....  ul . bi  skill oi the news
bi  men extend und in  \ev.   fork
v m   laid  held  ol   lij     tbi     violent
,   Bundr.  actors .
��� . ibertson, �� in- plaj i ' ��� ai
:  : Ol '      I I'    V : p|   "uns    ���,;
. :     J hi. '   luu.  .���*]'"��� lei
i v; ���i north'       colonel       . ea
::,i     ' Kl.<"   ��� ��� '     ant      I., v .:
bi   tutor, got  hold oi  the re
��� .   ni \v. paper   men  p]    the
of     \\ esimmsiei      were     I   :.
..."   said   ���' ��� ���      :*���   v .::
nesi   '��� i.;
' ���   Clv'V. Ii   (ill
:(���!!    him    to  inform
a;   v.e   flout,     the.:
will wager s
re    '.'���   -.il   ii  garni   bt twin
I '   v ;,
��� ���    ; ���        I ���     -.
��� :.   wlll
bowl-
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tea    ���      ' ��� ���
" ��� ��� orders;
���   ���
.-���ats will be kept
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. ��� ��� ��� eaaaa wll     i
e sweet n   -. . i  ���
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on n     . ��� - I    the
tbat at fooi
ten     :.  ���   ���
D
��� -���  fne travelh i a  In
���   Believe.
BASKETBALL
Victoria Quintette Comin(j to Try Conclusions with Columbian College
Team   Saturday  Evening.
The Victoria v M C a basketball
team will play the Coiumni. n quln
������ i In ihe oollegi gymnasium on
Bi i."u: ��� The Capital boyi hi vt been
In ii dust bj themselvei H the Vic
toria Citj league and are now looh
ih.      r   blggei  game
The   local   boys  u-(-   li,   good   oondl
j tlon und  tbe  team  has  been grei
bi "ii timet    t ���     :h<    presence   ol
��� lie"'  Kenny, who    hat    resume.;
Btudiei i   "��� aii absence ol two years
i.i-iii.'  li plaj sit.   ii. his mi  posi loi ;
forward une  bis showlnf   i     i
pttoH   veu-   j,-.������ es  thai   be can  ''come
back '
Then- win be iv.i tasi prel mini
[The college secon I team will plaj thi
��� - night clasf teani und the
HE pound collegiani  will    plaj    thc
��� ��� ���    .:  :.: 6tS
T)i(-   ftrBI    Kl' :���...-
:" lei:    and    Dranej
��� ���  gin o ��� wards    Rennj
. :
fiaywurii'i. Cal,, inn. i'i -���Iii s quar
rei   over     UlOnej      limtfers.     AUgUStUt
itnis, of film Francisco, Bhot Captain
Chester Ma iisoti on oni o    bi    mail
srieritt here ibis afrernonh, and V A
blmsell shol In ii riiiiiiini FI.:)iJ With
an office: und clrl/em pursuing him
ft'itli  are retired  merchants.
in a statemeni after bis capture
Reli hu tii tbal be and Madison were
formerly In the Ship chmidbi';. b lSltl98i
in Wan Francisco ami thai the flrm
wont om of business with Madlsoi
owing hlm money. Today, he said.
hi made a dual demand for the sum
and was angered beyond endurance
b'    MadlBon'S  refusal  to  sei ile.
Both men are believed to be fatally
WOUnded Ftel. was struck twiee lie
is Eg years old and  his  Victim    '0
FOLLOWED SUIT.
Witnesses   at   Weddinq   Suddenly   Decide to  Do  Likewise.
Tacoma, Jan   LB    When Aftlrui   R.
Shutes i' ele 'I  li the local post of ������
and  Miss joj  Co ile*     < f   South    i
���ee    ������ ei i    .  Seattle to be married
yesterdaj   afternoon, the)  discovered
than   thej   bad   fai let   to  :��������������� I k    o
witnesses
The;   asked  the    aid    df    Seattle
friends,  and   Mis?     Prances    Sa vi
and Dale Plater consented to aci
Sl utet   was verj   grateful     ''ill do
i uch foi  you '   he said to Plati
i 'ii et  lool ed in  M 1st   Sarver  ' v ������
:. ������   id time," he remartted    Mist Si
vm bluiheri and a fe*        .      .   ��� .,
couples  we <��� man led  by    tbe
jrymai     News o   the i   ubli
������ '��� ��� ecetved he 'e I idaj
SEEKING   HONORS.
BOWLING
Westminster   Bilhard   Players   Trying
to   Recapture   Chamberlin   Cup.
���   Lminstei    billiard    | ti ��� *
. . ���   ..���   lasl summoned enough conr-
. ..���   and  i k ated eno gl   . ,i.->n pi
.   i   i :.an.In
was   iat.en   liwn   tfcta   citj
��� :      -:  i ear
aUeagt    was fom ��� led
.   National 8poru elafc    yts*ttm
���   ���      :.*���   : i" n  no  tiau
'    i   ������ i . up   V, i -
ster's bonors will    i sen I    tn the
....  i   -
Harland, Reid, Andeberg, D<
���
\m :i ���   . . Ch   nu���:   di
\ -      _    : i      thet    fou
:  ,: i an eomi g    A playet ��� an.i
it the t�� an this yea
will be an im,      i    ei    on thi   'rid
LONDON    DAILY    MAIL
CHANGES    ITS   VIEW
��� -��� in bowling cirebs Is bein i
ed by the coming contest for the
thi  People's Tt ist com] anj
i immi rei >i   an I   pi ��>
al teams    Aa a matter ol fact
is  limiti"!   to  four    teams,'
les' Trust team, the Bank al
���    Druggists  and   last   but |
i'i, Noi.   thc    Newspaper|
i
Boulton,     of     the   People',;
Lond rn. .i.nn   19    i tesi i li n of the
.,   a  ol   the  eonsei vatlves  b>   ���
\        ...���-.,���  and   ai < ri lam e   bj    bia
powerful  newspapers   i:  the Liberal
.i.n. which hinges on home rub'
for  Ireland, aie seiui  heie todaj   in a
publication bj   \';Hiili"es paper, the
London Dailj  Mail. o( a ator)  saying
sensational rumors tbal Ulster is arm
lng to lesisi bome rule are untrue
The publication created ii political
AIRMAN   WILL  CROSS
STRAITS  OF  FLORIDA
Washington,   .lan   lft.���Th��
ot  i iii   ; i ". . ti : [     flight      exi
from    Kej   West,    Pia.,   to   Havana.
Cuba, which i     att< tnpted    n>
connection with tbe Hi   ai     ���������
.. a flotilla <
iat di
the gci lanoi  i
i of "the <
See ro: I i    r        as Sent I
to Lb ��
e   destroyi
him I.    ..>���.
i   . Hot! la now a;
Kej   v. i >i   in  co-operation   w ���
ii.
CLAIVS   ARE   STAKED
AT  HOUR  OF  MIDNIGHT
Si ward. .Ian   18     Tl * ���     "
of stakiii,   11    ground    < attj   In
morning of thi day cf the n< ��
>e:ir.
|    Cona dei al '.*   ground   thai     ���
pros) c Hut. I as siio" n to be i  luabl ���
\-    . I run o .i and be open I       ���
Hon aa ���-���   n as the Bid year IS
and manj  prospectors had Ihel   eyes
,'i. n i i |ust such snaps
\   - ii m as twelve o'i loi;. ml:'
bad sti m k on Dei embei        l   e til t
dozen   claims  were  located,    and     a-
SOOn as tbe len'ibi ���.   ifflce v is Open
Men.hu   morning the new    locations
wne placed on record
Thej   will stand a- lie\  locations Ol
\h.in grounl
Coledyke
Baking
Powder
This is the best
Baking Powder
made in Canada.
Once you make
a cake with it,
you will never use
other higher priced
Baking Powder.
For a few days
we are selling it
at a reduction.
Regular  price 25c.
per 16 oz. tin.
Reduction price
20c. per 16 oz. tin,
or 3 tins for 50 cts.
Remember this is
only for a few
day*
BC. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
MRnufaetiirprs and Dealers In All Kinds of
TURNFn'w^'  tV'NGLES'  8ASH'   000R8-   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLA8S.
Royal Ciiv Planing Mills  Branch
Teleohone   12 New Weatmlnater 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. $660 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA  ST.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
m   ���
mmumm
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
>*, ���
We Have U '
Tho famous Wellington
COAL
���i   RING UP 56   ���
Before your bin is Empty.
59..PMONES.-691
[We are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd,
(Ne%v Westminster, *3. C.
Westminster Coal Co'yj
W. N  CLARKE, Mgr.
iKTIip, Corner Coliinihla nnd Plxth Sts
l.��.-.-ilie and
Ot. Cdlw Olrl. m   A K��bbon. EtMK .I < " <"���'���' ""���"- "" ******* ****'**
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
Ryall's Drug Store
w~\
J���
(     meel
f
eet. yon half-way doea
n!l your tvork In hall the
time II you lollow directions.
SunKght Soap- absolutely
pure- saves clothes from Injury hands lrom roughness -
life from    ���**__   drudgery.
���    PHONE  57. EYES  TESTED  BY GRADUATE
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STORE, BANK FITTfNrm
AND   OFFICE r 11 ILlVW
SHOWCASES
!
ARTISTIC M'NTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING��� OFMGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminsti   Woodworking Co.
J.  BR.^OKPS.  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
****** �����*���<
INSURANCE   AT   LOWEST  POSSIBLE  RATES  IN  REGULAR  LICENSED  COMPANIES.
If you think you are paying too rr.ucn   for   your   ,nsur;,n;e.   consult   me.
P 0 Bo* 594
Alfred W. m Leod
Pmon(s Orfiee 62
Res   25?
pL&
mSAIfGt IS S
MY BESEESS
Fint. Liability, Livt Stock.
I.irr.AcriDtNT, Motor Boat.
AiTonoBiir. PtATt Olass,
.^lARIINr At*m AtL OTHFtt KI1N0S
Or llNSMJRANCr. P1ACKD AT HTTTILR
PATF1 THAN OTHERS WRITE A 4
Agencies   if.���
Vancouver, Victorij,  Prince
Rupert, Nelson .ind Quesnel
WmiNsra.frC
'letmeqcoh
'YOUMYRiffES
Agencies at: ���
Chilliwack, Mission, Haney,
Langley, Abbotsford, etc.
SIX-ROOMED HOUSE
(Two lots, 120 x 130)
ON NANAIMO STREET, CLOSE TO TWELFrH
$2750
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists TKXss. nt.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911.
iwwrs
is blended to suit the Canadian
palate. Sold only in air-tight
packages. A pound of "Salada"
makes 200 cups of delicious tea.
CITY OF LONDON WILL
LOSE HISTORIC LANDMARK
Farm House of Centuries Ago Now in
Modern Theatre   District to Go���
Photographs   Made.
thp West End of London, the heait of
theatre-land. Nevertheless,'the county council have taken cure that thc
old place shall not he forgotten. Photographs oi* the Interior and exterior
have been taken and a record made
for future readers of by-gone London.
CANADIAN   PICTORIAL.
10 RAISE STATUE
Of HIGH LIVER
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USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
standard article
READY  FOR  USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For raaKIng lotp, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
��� Inks, closats, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
���quale 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT ffiK?K|
TORONTO.ONT.
old London id
with the dust ln
for modern lm-
Na   111    Archer
Another  relic  of
about to be levelled
order to make io,>in
provements.
This is tte house,
street, Solio, faring the stage door of
the Lyric theatre; a place whicli dates
hack some centuries, us testified by
the sloping ie.l-tile.l roof, the oil-
time dormer windows and bottle*
glass panes.
Originally it was a farmhouse, surrounded by green nel s and pin ling
brooks, like the on* which stood further wesl in what ia now Kami street,
IPiccadilly.   In mure recent times tills
' historic relic of Soho has been occupied by a metal worker,, and for the
| lasi  forty-five years by an art-tringe
Public   Library   Burned.
Portland, Ore., Jan. 19.���Fire today
destroyed the Kast Side public
library. About ten thousand volume.!
were burned. The building was one
of the most artistic libraries established in the west. The damage is estimated at $12,000. The cause of the
lire has not been ascertained.
maker.
Tradition says thai Charles L, on
one occasion called al the iniaru, in
Hi::T, iuhI a^aim In 1675 rumor has ii
thai the place was. granted to Henry
Jermyn���he who gave lis naime to
.lermyn street iu the same neighbor
hood, ll is possible, too, that this interesting spiM may have been known
to Dr. Johnson and bis cluluible set
who used tei meel ini (lerranil street
close by. Certain ia is that if thesi
walls could speak they migiht tell a
talti of wondrous comings and goings,
of the building and demolition of
Charles H.'s sMaliw lor Instance; of
the changing of names, King's square
���Monmouth Bquare���Sohio Bquare,
etc.; of the disappearance of 'the
White house an.l other tartetocTJitic
residences, and the coming if the
Italian. ���
With change of tin-e has come
change of value. Once the freehold
was offered for ��1500, the same sum
ns for which it bad been bought, and
for a while a bargain went begging.
Now. however, things have altered;
where once was open country Is now
Canada's Popular National  Illustrated
Magazine;   Enamelled   Paper.
The Canadian Pictorial is the best
printed magazine in Canada. it Is
crowded with the most Interesting pictures of recent happenings, pictures of
beautiful or curious things, portraits
of men and women In thc limelight,
pictures -showing the kaleidoscopic
development of our great Dominion���
pictures that tell the facts as no t.pe-
printed pages ever could. II is lhe
next best thing lo travelling and seeing l eo| le, places, and events, with
one's own eyes.
The more people are educated, the
more they appreciate and value pic
tures of current events, for tbey convey so much Information in so short
a time. Hut the children also profit
by and enjoy them. The Canadian
Picftorlal contains between one aid
two thousand square inches of pictures in each issue, and costs to produce a thousand dollars each issue���
sometimes considerably more.
What Its Readers Say:
"The Canadian Pictorial is certainly
worthy   of  nil   praise.      1   haw    been
particularly   Btruck   with   tlw.i   excellence  of  the  portraits  and   illustrations.
(Signed) "K. L, BORDEN,
"Ottawa."
"Tbe Canad tea Pictorial, a publication  which, if 1 may  be permitted  to
s:iv so, is a credit to Canada.
"LOUD   STRATHCONA."
Whit the Prew Says:
"The Canadian Pictorial Is ibe most
expensively produced illustrated publication in Canada."���Mail and Km-
I ire, Tcwrita.
The regular price is Y0 'cents a copy,
but   it   will  be  sent   cai  trial  to   new
suliseilhers    for    65    cents a year���
and full money back if in a montli the
j new   subscriber   writes   that,  lie  does
i not   like  his   bargain.     Address   The
(Pictorial Publishing Co., 142 St. Peter
i street, Montreal.
French Town to Honor Man
Who Said, "Animals Feed;
Man Eats"
Liniments Won't
Cure Lame Back
BIN PIUS WILL���As Thi
Gentleman Testifies
\Vestmmster
o
pera
H
ouse
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
The Wonderful
Girl Show
Miss Hazel Kirke
WITH
40   Girl
20   Sangs
Chorus   blessed  with nimble  legs  and wonderful voices.
Big   Orchestra
Miss Kirke faced the ball at the championship lacrosse match between the
Nationals of Montreal and the team below.   " YOU ALL KNOW THEM
i     New York, Jan,  Ilk���ltelley, a little
1 town  in  the southeast   of   France,  Is
' about  to   raise   a   monument    lo    the
glory of one of iis sons,  Hrillat-Sav- ���
arin.    The author of "The Physiology
of Taste" was the absolute realization
jof the typical good liver.    The revolution confiscated his property and re-;
moved   him   from   his  ollice  as   qivil
Judge.     He   tied   to   Sw.tei'land    and
then  to  the  United  Stales,  where  he
played a fiddle in  a   New   York  theatre to gain a living, sa.Cs the Sun.
llis property  was afterward return-'
1 ed lo him and he was made a counsel
of the supremo court,  an   ollice   he|
clung to successfully through changes ]
jof empire and  kingdom.    Ills "Physiology of Taste" shared the   fate   of
many celebrated  books.      It   was    refused by several publishers and eventually   was  published  at  the   author's
expense,   but   without    his   name    at-'
taebed to it, as be considered lhe nature of the  work  Incompatible  witu
bis judicial functions.
It was Brlllat-Savariu who declared
tbat "the discovery of a new food
does more for tbe happine.-s of lhe
human race than ihe discovery of a
star."
Some of the axioms from his book
are:
"The man who can cook is made,
the man  who can mast  is born."
"To invite anybody to one's bome
is to undertake tbe responsibility ,.f
his well being during the whole time
he is one's truest.'"
"Animals teed; man eats; the man
of sense alone knows how to eat."
"The destiny of nations depends upon how tbey are Veil."
"Tbe table is the only place where
one is not  bored  for tbe lirr-t  hour."
"Monsieur tbe Counselor," a hostess
asked him one day, "which do you
prefer. Burgundy or Bordeaux?"
"Madame," replied the judicial authority, "thnt is a lawsuit in which 1
have so much pleasure in laking the
evidence thai 1 always postpone judgment."
Railway Time  Tables
I.umsk'.n, Sask.
"T have suffered much from Lame
flack and Soreness ncrnvi the Kidneys,
and used to apply liniments to relieve
the pain until 1 was told to try GIN
ITI.I.S. Now, lam never without them.
As soon ns 1 feel the weakness coining
on, I at once start t�� take GIN I'll.I.S
and a verv lew doses relieve me, but 1
continue'to take tbem for Sometimes
two weeks at a time that they may 'hi
their woik. 1 heartily recommend GIN
I'll,I.S to anyone Buffering from Lame
back or Weak Kidneys."
B  C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Sctieaule.
Cars leave Vancouver [or  New  \\.
minBter at 5.&0, 6:5(J, ?:S0 anj d;U(1
a.m., and every halt hour thereafter
until ii:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for v ,
couver at 5:60, 6:20, 8:60, 7:20 a   \
8:00 a.m., and every half hour th
after until  11; 00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New We
minster at 8:00 anil 9:0u a.m., and
every   half   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for V i
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every
hour thereafter until ll p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew    Westminster   al    7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars  leave Vancouver nt 7 a in
every bour until Hi p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westmii    .
at S a.m. to in p.m.
On Sundays ears leave Vancouver ut
8 a.m. to in p.m.
D.   J.   Stewarr,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway.
i.ea\es    New    Westminster    1
iu.;  arrives Seattle :'.: la p, m
m
i
V-
iPAJXKS.
Lame Back i-i simply the pain causi A
by weak, strained or sick kidneys. GIN
I'll.I.S lied and cure Ki'luevs. GIN
PILLS relieve the Bladder, and regulate
the Urine. That's why the pain in the
back disappears when you take GIN
PILLS, soc, a box, 6 lor .-��� .." ond
money refunded if GIN TILLS fail to
relieve you. Sent on receipt of price if
vour dealer will not supply them.
National Dru_& Chemical Co. Dept. B,
C.       Toronto.
National I.a/.y Liver Pills keep the
bowels regular, the storhach-^weet and
the skin clear.    25c. a bo.\. f-J
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 1
an iv es Seattle 7 : la p. tu.
Leaves    New    Westminster
p. 111.;   arrives  Seattle 9:40  p. in.
Leaves     N'ew     Westminster     1_  I
a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:46 a. m.
Leaves  Seattle   8:06  a.m.;   ai
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:06 p. m., a...
New   Westminster  :.;.".:. p. 111.
Leaves   Seattle   4:36   p. in.;   arrl  ���
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:1a  p.m.;   an
New Westminster f.-.wi) a.m.
���
"RED"  EMMA  GOLDMAN   IS
LOCKED OUT OF CONVENTION
t'oiumbus. 0., .lan. 19���Considerable
stir was created among the United
Mine Workers of America today by
the locking out of Emma Goldman
from the hall where the miners convention is meeting. Miss Goldman
has been making efforts to speak b ���
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves  N'ew Westminster  dailj    ���
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   p
station   '.'..."11   p. 111.;    arrives   at   !    '
��� _ I Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
fore ihe convention and today  when!    ^aves   -'^    Gulchon   8 00
,   ,,     . , , 'dnllv, except Sunday; arrives al
she appealed ai the hall   about   1001 Westmlnster bridge passe,,:,,��� bi
delegates met  her.    The  convention  io;20 a.m.
did not meel today until ten o'clock,
but late lasl nlghl   about    ir,o   delegates after adjournment, adopted    a
motion to hi ar Miss Goldman, and Bhe
G.   N.   R.���Sun as   Branch.
Li aves   Sumas   6: 10   a. in;   a
appeared this morning in response to bridge passenger station. New
their request.    The custodian said ho minster,    10:20    a.m.    daily    e
had   been   ordered   to   lock   the   doors Sunday.
agalnsl   Miss Goldman and the dele- Leaves   New   Westminster   '.
gates and Miss Goldman adjourned to passenger station 3:50 p.m ;
another hall, where she spoke. : imas 8:00 p.m. dally except S ���
CHANGE OF BUSINESS
CLEARANCE SALE
Men's soft and stiff hats in all the best makes;
all new and up-to-date, reduced
1-4   IN   PRICE
$5 00 Hats reduced to $3 75
4 50 Hats reduced to  3 40
4 00 Hats reduced to  3 OU
3 00 Hats reduced to	
���; ���>"
Prices $1.00, 75c. 50c.
Late cars : fter ihe show.
Curtain will  rise at 9 o'clock instead of 3.30  to enable ihe
merchants to witness the performance of this popular musical shew
OUR SALE OF MEN'S PANTS
We have too many pants !   Have you?   Our big trouser sale will occupy
the centre of the otage for the next few days.
Tne Trousers are all right but the prices are off!
Notice These Cuts :
$8 00 Fine English Worsted Pants for $6 00 the Dair
6 00     "       "          "          "       "                   4 so ^ '   ���
5 00     "       "          '���          "       "     3 75 tt
4 00 Fine Worsted and Tweed Pants for    3 00 " "
2 00 Heavy Tweed Pants for     i 50 " u
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL
6 Pairs Heavy Ribbed Socks, $ 1.00
Heather, Mixed   and   Crey
t���IimJaaj;
REID
601 Columbia Street.
CO.
The Store of  Satisfaction.
, KRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEYE.V.
N       Westminster  Land  District.  DIs-
trlst of New Westminster.
I,. notice thai  Edward Hawkins,
,, ouver, occupation bookkeeper,
to apply   tor   permission   to
,.    the    tollowlng    described
 in;; al  a  posi   i lanted on
, , i, on  Lhe e ist   si le  ol   ihe
linon channel and Joining T, L.
... on the no: 111 side and mark-
,..,,,!   Hawkins;   S.   W.  corner,
,   |', GO chains to lino of limit
thence N. 60 'chains anu.'
,,' |���.,,-}]. thence south and west
aach  to place   of   commoi	
i containing .0 acres more or
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent.
, nber 28,  1010,
LAND ACT.
lb' lul 466, .roup I, In the District
of \ew Westminster;
Whereas proof ol Ibe lOSS of Certificate title No, B870F, Issued in the
name of Lee Soon,  Lee Sfick Quon,
bus been Hied in this ollice.
Notice If hereby given thai I shall,
ai the expiration of one month from
the ilaic of the flrsl publican in hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said i oitlflcate, unle
in the meantime valid objection bo
made to m<��� in  u ritlrfg,
G, s. KEITH,
Dlsti Icl Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New We.-imia
Mer, li. c. January 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
r;.  ,  Westminster  Land  District.  Distrust of New Westminster.
notice  that  Cecil   Klllam, of
,.,: ii. c, occupation barrl ite
Intends to apply ror permls-
purchase tbe   tollowlng   de
,i lands:
i      mclng  at   a  post   plained  on
,  i ii aboul   1*4  miles nortbea n
l0ni  Point, Jervla Inlet, and
1,'.  Killam's  Northwest   Cor
ence east   20 chains, then :e
chains,   thence   west    20
,  or less, to be tch, thence
be ich  m  iii"' of ci m
, ni  and containing- 10 i ere
;��� bs.
CECIL KIl.l.AM.
.1. a. LKWIS. Agent,
d | November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
���.  ..  Westminster Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
.   ,. itice  i! al   Clint   E.   Dicker-
ncouver, B. C, oci up itl n
n, Intends to apply for per-]
to purcha e the followln   de
��� d
ng  al  a  i ost   planted on
iu Billings Hay, Nelson Is-
i:iit.-  P. R. No.  1678 an I
���    ;:   Dlckerman'8   North-
,    11  .   them o south CO chains,
0 i hains, thence north ,
more or li ss to    i e ich,
���cily along beach to pi
. mi nt, and c ntalning 32 i
��� ��� oi less
ci.1ST K. DICKERMAN
,i. A   LKWIS. Agent,
h  '. . ember 28. 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ni .���.  Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster
e notice thai  Lei lie L, Dl iker-
tni ouver, B. C, occupatl in
Intends to a] ply for p r
pun base  the  following  d ������
is:
ng al  a  post  pi inted on
on we.-t side of Sechelt In-
tbe northeast   corner of
i .ti I marked "L, L, I Hck-
i : I hweBt     Curie r."   tb nc ���
' -. thence easl 20 chains,
���    ��� BO i i.ains.  tl ence eaal ,
��� e or b ss ti tbe beach,
til  and  west  along beach t >
i    ��� nt   and   containing   320
���  or less!
3L1E I.   DICKERM \N.
.1. a. i.KWis. Agent
ovember 20, 1910.
^a_E**ii^*_*'
^^ T*"*^���-1_2'.*���
Sealed tenders addn bi ed to i he
undersigned, and endorsed ^Tender
for Steel Tug for Vancouver, B. ('.,'
will be received until I ;00 p, m., on
Monday, February 13, 1911, for the
construction ol a Steel Tug Boal for
Vancouver, B  C.
Plans, specification aad form of con-
trai i ran be . een and foi ms 11 ten
der obtained al tl e offii es of ll. A.
Bayfield, Esi|., Supt. of Dredges, New
Westmln iter, H. i'., Win. Ilenderson,
Esq,, Kesldenl Architect, Victoria, B.
��� ',. ami on ap] lication to the Pi Bt-
master at  Vancouver, B   C.
Personi  tendei Ing are notified thai
tendei a ��ill nol bi  i'i' red una bb
made on the pi Inted forma supplied.
and Blgned with their actual signatures, tal lng their occupations an I
places oi r esldem e In i he ease "!
flrm i, the acl ual . nai ire, the nature of the occupation and place o!
i e Idence of each raeml er ol i he flrm
musl  be given.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a i liarteii i
a i. paj able t �� > he pYder ol t he I lon-
o . ic the Minister of Public WorkB,
e iual to ten i ei cent 110 p. c. i ol the
amount of t be tender, which wlll b i
Ited i; the person tendering de
i line to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fall to com-
i lete the woi k i ontracted i ir. If the
tender be not accepti d the che |tie
will be returne I.
The Departmenl does not i li d It
self to accept the lowest or an;, ten
der,
By order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Si cretary.
i    it tment of Public Works. Ottawa,
iarj   12,  1911.
N'ewspai <"s �� ill n I be i ai l for thla
advertisement  it  they  Insert   ll   with
ority 11 un the Department.
300,000 NEWCOMEKS
ARE EXPEITLD IN 1911
Minister    of    Interior   Outlines    Prospects for Coming Season���No
Land   to   Sell.
Ottawa. Jan. 19.- In answer to <iu<-j-
tiiuis regarding the outlook cf Immigration in 1911, asked Pi a representative oi the Canadian Press associa
tlon, at an Interview in Ottwa, the
Hon, Frank Oliver, M. P., minister oi
ibe Interior of the Dominion ol Canada, stated that during 1910 tbe total
number ot Immigrants who bad come
io Canada was a little Over 250,000,
ami that reports trom the Dominion's
emigration agents in Great Britain,
the United States and elewhere Indl
cated thai during 1911 the total number would be a little over 300,000 and
in answer to timber questions ibe
minister said:
"Canada is the only country in the
world today giving away good land
with good conditions. And it. is given
away free, gratis, but not for nothing,
This is with ua a matter "f pt inciple
and national policy, Nol only is Canada giving this land away, but she
won't  sell it,"
"Hoes that mean, Mr, Oliver," he
asked, "I bat t be D imlnl n govei n-
menl won't Bell any land al all to any-
once?"
be i e] lied, "excepl
base already  taken a
ol   160  cai i s  and  de-
some   additional  a I-
ibis, there
Kngland or
"Not an acre
io Bottlers who
ine homestead
sire  i'i  nc'ii'ite
joiniti^   land,    (.ther  than
i a i enough money in all
THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
"      inl to section 7 of the navlga-
protection act (R, S. Can.,
' Otice is hereby given that
there 1       . en deposited In the office
of the minister of public works at Ot-
tawa and a duplicate In the office of
1 ������"   ���    itrar of deeds at  New Westminster, British Columbia, plans and
descriptl as of tbe site and side ele-
'   n ol a proposed railway wharf to!
1    coi   tructed at Port Mann, British j
Columbia, and that one montli  after
1 '  '      Insertion of tbis notice, the
.lilt apply to the Governor
1 '   il for the approval thereof.
at     Toronto,    Ontario,    ibis
twenty-elghth dav of December, 1910.
U. II. M. TEMPLE,
Assistant  Solicitor.
-S_     _______
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
11 e righl io cut Umber under
li ease on Berth No, 631, comprising
thi   toll iwing lands in the l'rin ince oi
British Columbia, will be offered at
public auction at the upset pri e I
$400.00, at .' o'clock p.m.. on Wednesday, the -"'Hi day of March next, at
the office of tte Dominion Timber
Agent al  New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 631, Bltuate in
the Province Ol Hritish Columbia, 'n
Township 6, Range -7, west of tbe
Sixth Meridian, and comprising that.
portion of tbe northeast quarter of
Section li. not covered by Berths 423
and 471, and containing an area of 80
aires, more or less.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of tbe purchase price,
and the groun 1 rental for the first
year, have Jieen paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to tbe
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KBYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Intel lor,
Ottawa. December 23rd, ID 1 o.
the l'nited States lo buy ene single
acre, We hat e millions ol acn s I i
give to milll ns, bul nol a fool to sell,
rbe reason is that the l> iminion
wauis citizens, hot speculators, The
Canadian i eople are a bui Inei s peo-
i le, and as a business proposit lon ll
suits them i etter to give tl la land
away than it would to sell It���always
prui Ided i hat the land is givi n to
those ��ho v, ill bi lng li Into use. The
conditions of the gift are use and occupation,
"Canada is characteilzed by mndi-
tiona "i social life, moral atmosphere,
religion, fair lawa well administered,
business standards and opportunities,
which .in conjunction with the quality ;
of the fertile land she ls giving away,
makes her unequalled, apt only un the
American   continent,   bul   throughoui
the British empire and the nations of
the world.    This is the national policy
that Is tiie basie foundati n ot oar national   prosperity���of   our   unrivalled
development,   progress   and   subatan-
��� lal I s   .! hai   mala s  tie  Dominion  ol
Can a.i the I est  country for settlers
t'i  come  to,  and   the   safest   country
im- Investors to place their capital in.
Whether   for   the   building    i f   homes
with   Incomes   and   the   enj >> ment   of
the comforts of life, or for the making  ol   in uiey   with  a  feeling  cf ab-
Bolute security, Canada is lncompara-
I le
"But don't misunderstand mej neither tie Canadian people nor the Canadian government are philanthropists. There is no room in Canada for
the 'won't works' or the 'can't works.'
and we dont want them at any price.
"This national policy that Canada
lias adopted in regard to land is what
is attracting the great rush to the
prairie provinces���not cheap land,
but goood lands for nothing, that is,
for nothing, except occupation and
use.
"Then, too, all the hundreds of thousands that are coming to Canadi
every year know���every man of them
���that the first comer gets the land,'
whatever land he hns chosen, confident that no pull or influence is ahead
of him. To all of them we say: 'We
want, not your money, but your citizenship.' This is worth more than
money to Canada. And it also means
thousands more consumers or custi-
mers for all our products���natural
and manufactured. So that all who
are now here benefit by every r.ew
citizen's success and prosperity.
"Canada   is   one   nation    commer-
^���_rf* ���.'' :. &���'.     '  -
������".������- tvw   i<*' ���:" ..     ���'*' _..
'������'���     '���.:,'���'"y^yy*'';������..' Ws
���-.-?   ".    *-}.. Vi__.   *%
\te***m,w
��aL.
HAZEL    KIRKE.
Prima Donna with "A Stubborn Cinderella" at  tdie Opera House Saturday.
daily    it is nue the gieat tide of Immigration   is   flowing  into  the   three
prairie  provinces of  Manit >i a,   Saskatchewan and Alberta, and lni i Hritish    Columbia.     But    when    western
Canada    prospers,    eastern    Canftol
prospers. Tbe prosperity of tlie weal
and  the east  is co-extensive.    Some'
pi rtion of every dollar that is tak n
into the west, or taken out of it���out
ol   the sail���iin.ls Its way  to tbe east
and  through  the  various channels of
trade  and  commerce,  eventually   enriches Ontario, Quebec, and the maritime provinces.
"As  to  land  tenure,  we  want   far-
' mer proprietors.    They make the best
and strongest  citizens���and it's such
citizens   we   are  after.     Hence,  after
, a   man  has  fulfilled  the  three years'
' condition   of   use   and   occupation   of
the land the Dominion gives him the
land in his lee simple, absolutely and
! for ever.   He can keep it or sell it, or
'��� clo as he likes with it.
"Tlie man who overcomes the great
I difficulties of those three years of settlement���and they are great���has
earned his land, has established him-
| self, has become a good citizen. By
lliat time lie lias a stake in the country and lis future.
"Canada is establishing a landed
aristocracy, in the truest meaning of
the word���a landed proprietorship extending over ferti'e prairies SOO miles
long and 300 miles wide. This is due
time will make 240,000 square miles
of farms and homes with incomes,
with many busy towns and cities.
"Agriculture being the backbone of
every country. Canada is taking the
means and is doing it now to make
her backbone bigger and stronger.
The vast number of prosperous agriculturists, together with the many
manufactures and other industries
necessary to so great a territory���
will   constitute  a  population  of  land
owners and good citizens that, will be
large enough and powerful enough to
weigh something in Canada, in Uie
British empire and in the world."
60   f EARS'
^EXPERIENCE
WAR ON  EASTERN OYSTERS.
Washington   State   Legislating   on   Bivalves and Automobiles.
Olympia, .Tan. 19.���Among tbe bills
introduced today are measures providing for the licensing of automobile
drivers and making it a misdemeanor
for an Intoxicated person to drive a
machine.
War on the Eastern oysters has
been started by the introduction of a
bill which makes it a misdemeanor to
sell oysters on the half shell unless
the oyster owns the shell.
Trade Marks ,
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t'.onsstrictly���,ntl.lo-.ti.'il. HANDBOOK on Patent*
K'Ut fro��, oi'lest a. <aa��� for ferunu. paten'9.
. stent* taken throu.ta Mum & Co. rccalva
_rcia,lnollcr., *it*iauufcEftrg ., in the
Scientific Btierican.
A. hiiTv.:. ta-c.. illustrnti'ti weekly. Largest ctr-
ndatU d ������� any ectent'tiic journal. Terms lot
Canada, *.s.7j a year, puata#c prepuld. Sold bj
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ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
The Golden Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company.
This sign on a can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality and the greatest purity, the finest flavor and
the greatest power of nutrition. For infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
is a luxury. It is equal to the best of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many purposes it is infinitely superior. In using"St. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take no chatues.
Handscne booklet of valuable information to mothers and nurses sent fist upon application.
Sold by *Dert Grocer* E*Oerytt-here *
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY :��     IiHer��olI, Oirt^
REMOVAL NOTICE.
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ire moving from    our   present
on Columbia street to 827 Car-
itreat, where we wlll still con-
the  same  business  of  learn-
." inu. wood an.l coal,
de iie  lo thank our  friends  for
al patronage accorded us In
and, and  irust   we will still
em  and a  lol   of  new  ones  a'
��� i i lace.
BELYEA &
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; olliee phone 819.
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1  Elley, lately carrying on the,
'   i   of   Hotel   Keeper    on    thei
' -   known   as   the  "Merchant1
839-841 Columbia Street, New i
minster, B. C, have sold all my I
!   therein  to Joseph  Held  and;
'ca  Lewis, of  the  City  of   New j
'"'nster, ll. C., and 1 wlll not he
inslble  for any debts contracted j
'   premises after the date hereof.
1 will not bo responsible to any
"' or persons for luggage or hag-
!efl    in  said   Hotel   after   said
'' I  in   New Westminster,  B.  C,
l,;"i day of .miliary, A. 1)., 1911.
IIKIHIKN ELLKY.
Tlm.
NOTICE.
"  wbo have    listed    property
! ""Ui'ke & Mahony will confer a
favor by relisting with
I). D, HOIIKKE,
1316 Cariboo Street.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for three 260 yard dump scows for
Vancouver, B.C.," will be received at
this office until -1 p.m., on Monday,
January 30, 1911, for the construction
of three 2(50 cubic yard dump BCOWs
for Vancouver, B.C.
Plan., sj eel flea 11 m an l form of
contract can be seen and fmnis ol
lender obtained ill  the offices of 11. A
Baj Beld, Es !���. Supei Intendeni of
Died, es, New Westminster, B.C., William Henderson, EBq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on application
to tho Postmaster ai Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unl.SS
male on the printed forms supplio I,
and signed with their actual signatures, Btating their ocoupatbns and
places of residence. In the case of
linns, the actual signature, the nature
Of the occupation, and place of residence of eacli member of the lirni
must be given.
Each tender must he accompatile 1
by an accented cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to 10 per cent, of tbe
amount of tbe tender, which "i'l be
forfeited If the rerson tendering decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fill to .complete tlte work contracted for. If the
tender be net accepted the chetjue
will he returned.
The Department dees net bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Hy order,
H. C. DKSUOCIIKKS,
BecretrtVy,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 7, 1911,
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If thev Insert it
without authority from the Department.
Three of tho prominent people with  "A Stubborn Ciiu'.ereT.t" at the Opera House Saturday evening.
ll PAGE EIGHT.   "Tl.Sil
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 13,���
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with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brink's out nulurnl bciwiy of
the wood, ll produoea ft rich, artistic
finish, to which tllrt nnd dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it Is Hum any other pollsn.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish arid Polish for au
Wood " Use it on your doors and woodwork, too. Johnsons Powdered Wax is
for all diineln.   thiol's.
You can get Johnson s tree book, The
Proper Treatment fur Floors. Woodwork
and 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 And it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
m IS IHE TIE
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    8   C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
Beabold & Jones; of the Koyal cal",
have secured the contract for the
catering at tbe Native Sons' ball to
he held od January i>u.
Eight different programs of the
hest music, with explanatory "talks,''
at the Lauder Uoclta.s. February 1, 2,
:i and 6, **
Miss Lucy Buekl'n and W. H. !'���
Pueklin lefl yesterday for a short
visit to    Scuttle.
We have the cheapest lots in tho
city for sale on Fifth and Sixth
streets; all cleared, neady to build;
come in and sei' us about them,
White,   Shiles   Ai   Co. **
Evangelists i��. R. Scott and J. .).
House Will conduct meetings on Sunday and all next week al Gospel ball,
corner of Sixth avenue and Ninth
street.
F11U 66-foot lot on Fourth avenue,
near Second street, comfortable 7-
room bouse with full cement basement, only $;UH>0, easy terms; only
small cash payment. White. Shiles
& Co.
The provincial police have had one
of the quietest weeks this week that
has fallen to their lot for a long time.
There services have not been required
in tbis district this week.
Tickets for the Native Sons' dance
on January 30 aie on sale at Johnston's shoe store, Major's music store,
H. Morey & Co., Phillips' clothing
store and Tidy, the florist. **
Course tickets for t'ie Lauder recitals may be obt lined from the fol
lowing ladies of the Educational club
Mesdames W. T. Reid, Charles Welsh,
T. R. Pearson, Frank Pearson and
Miss Drew. **
Lot 50x109, cn Dublin street, near
Fourteenth stieet; comfortable four-
room bouse, sealed; price $1400, $400
on mortgage, balance to arrange. See
White, Shiles & Co. **,
The annual meeting of tbe Coquitlam Union Sunday school will he helj
at tbe Westminster .1 unction hall this
afternoon and evening. Refreshments
will be served from 5:30 to G p.m.
Uev. A. dell. Owen, of this city, will
deliver an address to the teachers
and scholars.
For sale on Third avenue, premises
192x297, with good ten-room bouse;
grounds all in lawn aid orchard;
right on car line. Terms can be arranged to ' suit. White. Shiles ,t
Co.'
Our Big Alteration Sale
A. Cosens, of Kelowna, was a guest
at the Hotel  Russell yesterday.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Held, next
tram office.   Phone 310. ���*
II. E. Fitzgerald and wife, from
Cliilliwack, were registered at the
Windsor hotel yesterday.
Davles Green Houses is the place to j
get bouquets, floral designs, and    all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
Ronald S. Cliff has applied for a
water record of two cubic feet per
second to be taken from Atclialltch
creek In lot 373AI group 2. The water
is to be used for power purposes.
The water situation Is gradually improving. It is expected the usual level
will he reached In tbe 'reservoirs in
the course of the next two or three
days.
For Delta acreage, large and small.
priced right, see Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 70(1 Columbia street. *���
At the annual meeting of St. Stephen's Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening tlie retiring board of
managers, W. A. Duncan, William
McAdam and ,1. II. Vidal, was re-elected. The church was reported In a
prosperous  condition.
Must now   depend   upon   our
advertisements and price tickets
to tell the story of the many offerings within the store. We are now without show windows lu which
to present to the view of the nassersby the leading lines on sale. Hundreds of customers have profited
by making tlieir purchases hero during the past few weeks. They have gone forth relating to their
friends Ihe savings possible on every article throughout the store, We double our efforts to uuiY,,
Shopping here worth while despite the many Inconveniences.
TODAY'S   ADVERTISEMENT PRESENTS AN ATTRACTIVE LIST OF WORTH WHILE REDUCTIONS
The Public
Supply Stores
The body of Chung Fong, lhe Chinaman wbo committed suici le on
Wednesday afternoon, was interred in
tbe Douglas street cemetery yes e,-
duy.
DIED.
WINTEMUTE  --   AT     THE     RESI-
deuce of hls son Robert, 410 St.
George street, Xew Westminster,
on Thursday, January 19; Joseph
Smith Wintemute, aged eignty
yea; s.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Hlock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOWII
HONEYMOON TRAIL
"Honeymoon Trail." the attraction
at tlie opera house last night, could
be well called a comedy with music,
for with a lair resemblance to' a plot,
and a dozen catchy musical numbers
the play went through with a das.i
anl vim that was pleasing to a large
audience. Although the show is now
in its second season this was the first
appearance in New Westminster. Its
reputation as a funmaker has precel-
ed it and the consequence was that
the offering  was  well  patronized.
The plot deals with the efforts cf
Tommie Perkins, advertising manager
of "Harlow's Hoston Baked Reans," to
win the love of Kdna Kennedy, stepdaughter of DanUl Mason, manufacturer of "Mason's Canned Beans." Fun
waxes fast from the start. Fred
Wyckoff, fat and jolly, fitted the part
of a first class stepfather to a nicety
and was always the one to see the
point of the joke last when it was
found to be generally cn 1,1m. At
this part Mr. Wyckoff Is as good as
Bert Uaker, the Chicago comedla .
who created the role. L, Kelso as
Tommie Perkins Is bright nni bree/.v,
but might not be a lilt as an advertising man if he used tlie same methods
in husiness as in the play. Clara Dal-
ton as F,dna Kennedy, the girl in the
case, was a Winsome little miss and
well worth winning.
The scene of tbe play is laid in
California at the Sleepy Hollow Rest
Cure and Liberty Hall hote\ (it would
he a geographical puzzle, to find these
places) but here are the usual
number of characters and the girls in
tbe show are what the front iow
would call "nifty."
It all ends in the same old way.
The hoy wins the glil and everyone
is happy. The- musical number,-;
throughout were well received and
will he whistle.! for some days to
come.
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
hot be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Two Special Offerings
in Allover Lace
A clean np of flfty pieces of
Allover    laces,    nets,    etc.,    in
lengths varying from l1* to   Ll
yards.
At 25c. per yard
IS; to 20 inch cream and white
Oriental Allovers, IHi Inch ecru
net, white Torchon, Allover, etc.
Regular values 50c to 75c per
yard. Tbis 'lot to clear, per
yard  25c
At 50c. per yard
26 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 suitable for
waists, yokes, etc. Regular
values 75c to $1.25. Sale price,
per  yard    50c
Women's  Embroidered
Linen Collars, 25c. ea.
Regular Values 30c to 40c.
Nice clean collars 1'_ to 2_
Inches high, 12% to 16\J
inch sizes, in hemstitched and
embroidered.   Excellent    choi :e
of  styles.     Tlie    lot     to  clear,
each  -25c
12-Button Suede Gloves
$1.35 per pair
Regular Value $2.75.
Twelve pairs of 12-button
white Suede gloves, in sizes 0,
���l'.i, t;:t4 nnd 7 only. A reduction such as here mentioned is
owing to the fact that the
gloves are slightly soiled. Included in the lot are flve pairs
of 12-bUtton grey Suede. In
size 0V4 only. All Reynier
made. Sale price, per pair $1-35
Wide White Embroideries, 25c. per yard
Regular Values 40c to 60c.
Nainsook and muslin embroideries, corset cover embroideries, etc.. in widths ranging from 8 to is Inches. Sale
price, i er yard   25c
Double Bed Quilts,
$1.35 each
Regular   Value  $1.75  and  $2.00.
Heavy white hemmed bedspreads, good quality, easily
washed; sizes 76x86 inches. The
lot   to clear, each   $1.35
68-inch Table Linen,
60c. per yard
Regular Values 75c and 85c.
An opportunity for restaur-
ants or hotels to Becure a flne
grade ef table linen suitable for
everyday use. Aboul 150 yards
in the lot, several patterns, pure
white, 68 inches wide, good
weight ami even finish. Bale
price, per yard    60c
Women's Morning
House   Waists,
95c. each
Regular   Price  $1.25.
A   t)lg  lot   of o Id  Miiisis all
put out at this price.   Thej are
made  of   wrapperette  and
nelette     fancy      patterns,
Colors,    sizes    H'J    to   II
price, each    95c
Tailored White Waists,
$1,50 each
Regular Values up to $2.75.
No more popular waists have
ever been In the store \\'.
have but the remains of bI.x
styles, all new. Materials are
Madras vesting and linen. 1i..
will go quickly. Sale prici
each    I. .   . .$1.50
Two   Special Lines of
Underskirts, lst lot
95c. each
Hlack sateen underskirts wl
double   frill,   full   shes,     ln-:i
weight, good black. Our regular
$1.25 line.    Special sale    pri ���
each    95c
Second lot. $l._:r. each Broki
ran. e of sizes in a number
Btyles have been gathered   together to make this lot.   B
sateen, moreen    and    moln
are the materials used  in  pia
and colon and fancy    atrlj	
Regular   values  |1,76  to  I
Sah'   price,  each    $1.2D
s' Heavy Sweaters,
65c. each
Regular     school     sm iti
heavy, strong and dark coli
Here  iu  combinations ..'.  ���
and red, na\y and cardinal an!
cardinal  and  white.    All  sizes
Regular values up to $1 00. Sal"
price, each 65:
Boy
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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The Store for Women's Wear
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $0,200,000
Reserve       6,900,000
The Rank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns nnd
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
1 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 an.l the electric car to market.
Price   $2800.    Kasy   terms to arrange.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Ulds will be asked for.Jlie plumli-
Ing anl heatin-'. metal work and roof-
inu on the new Hank of Corilmerce
bulldln;;. New Westminster, up lo
Monday, Januajy-^3r lnij.. i.o.vest
or any tender not rocessarllly accepted. Plans nnd specifications can
be seen nt mom 0, Windsor hotel,
New Westminster, or by applying to
W.II.   Cawcton,   \Vlndsor   hotel.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres fu ly cleared. This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a flrst class market garden or poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange cn easy payments.
Ti*p 91ft*.'
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F.L Hart & Co., Ltd.
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The House of Quality and Low Prices
January Saie
New goods will arrive
early next month-we
must have room . . .
PRICES CUT TO THE LOWEST NOTCH
Come and look over
our stock before purchasing elsewhere-it
will pay you.
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
Phone 829.
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