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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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""I Standard   Make $5  Per  Montn.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 206.
MOW  W
ESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1911.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
(IGHT HOUR DAY
GOES INTO fORCE
Civic Employers Will in Future Quit Work Earlier-
Improvements Discussed.
The meet in.   of   the   city    council
��� ,,,.,1 for yesterday afternoon to con-
Hie mayor's address on the oe-
s! II i    >".-    .- ������-  -   	
���  of the first meeting, resulted
,  adoption of   almost    all    the
ihjiir.s which he proposed,
I he  I,linens   aUdltOI '8   leport   again
up and this time   the   council
ed to be  Inclined    to tackle it.
h u.e decided to discuss it al s si e-
i   ting to be culled by    Mayor
r the purpose.   The    meetin.
��� ii ly  nol   he  until  the  week
nexl and perhaps later.
More Work for Engineer
. onsiderable discussion it was
...    led to make the city engineer re-
ibie for proper carrying out oi
all  work  undertaken  by    the    waterworks departmenl   or the    hoard    of
li was held that the engineer j
kail enough to do, bul the   majority
Wi .,. i i  the opinion that  only  by  the
i supervision of the city engineer could thoroughness an.l  untfor-
In all matters of improvement be
obti li'
The council   proved  unanimous    in
. eelng with Hie mayor's suggestion
��� t house he Imllt for the city
li s and  that  a storekeeper    he [
I   Inted     They also approved .if the'
'plan ol removing the board of works
��� !,   from Tlpperary    and    finding
;..���  thei  site for it.
Sewerage   Systems
ii.    engineer  was    instructed    to!
: ., tre plans for sewerage    systems
In tbe  Wi   t   End  and  in    Sapperton. |
i!. council thought it well to be pro-
tn   mu i ease   the   sewerage     system ol the city, althought    it is lm-
li    thai   B     meat     ileal   of    1he
'.v ill be dune in the curt cut year.
':'.   maj oi 'a barbor    scheme    was
.   . ���    notl er push to the front when
��� '     di  lied by the council to In-
Ineer Powell, ot Seattle,   to
��� and discuss with the coun-
enei  i *������ heme for vlie Impro* o>
���   barbor along comprehen-
Eight   Hour Day  Carries. I
Witho tt   a  diss* nti ni   \ i.i. e  it  wns
' ��� do] t the elghl  bour dav
n ci,i    departments  where lt  Is
in  ton e. as  sunn  as  pos
Improvement    of   the    parks
can.   ���   foi   some consideration, and
igh ihe council did    not    know i
whal Bum  of  money  would  le  avail-,
' xpenditure on this work, it
ded, if possible, to make con-
Improvement   to them dur-
e of llie year.
Du   citj   solicitor will  be requested
��� . . "   s hylaw   governing   tlie
'   pool  and  billiard   parlors
ia the city.
onvenlence to persons Interested in Hu- proceedings of the coun-
' : a.   to the aldermen themselves   r   was  decided   lo  post  on  the
bulletin board in the corridor of the
hall, notice of all matters of lm-
in"  at   least  twenty-four    hours
before the matters are to come up for
dii   .   lon In the council.
Matters Held  Over.
1 ii ���  or two of the   changes   mentioned  in    the    "address    trom    the.
throne"  were laid    over for    further j
��� ration.    The question  of  tlie
nl ot the    lux    from    Improve-j
i  was considered too serious a
in ittet  in he decided at  once and tlie'
'   '   Son  of  raisin;;  the  board  of    nl
dermen from seven to nine was laid
When this comes op again
or l.ee expects to lmve some In-
I'mii   regarding   government   by
of control or by commission and
be win report to the council.
from   the  discussion     if  'ho
r'S     address     there     was     little
ti   Iness      done.      The    labor    men
'at  up a proposition to exempt
-ehuidei.   from  paying the    road
it   this  scheme   was   laid    eve.'
a Inter date.
I he  Streel   car  service on  the  city
lines again came in for some criticism
Snd   it   was   decided   to   endeavor     to
arrange for n conference hetween the
B  C, lv R. officials nnd the city council to see U some agreement as to an
Improvement 1n the service could not
be re iched.
The next meetin. of the council
vil be held on Wednesday night, as
Mavor l.ee wf!1 he absent in Victoria
on Monday.
THIRD DEGREE.
Organized   Labor  Would   Abolish     the
Police   Sweating   System.
New Haven, c nn., Jan. 20.���Organized lal or in the various states Is
called upon to exert its Influence to
secure legislation forbidding the alleged use by police authorities ol
the "thii l degree" to secure confessions from prisoners, in a letter sehl
ont from the national headquarters
ijt the American Federation of Labor
yi Washington and which has been
received by the trade., council of iliis
city.
The letter, wliich is signed by
Samuel Qompers, president t f the
federation of Labor, describes the
practices br having no warrant for
ts existence, "excepl the brute power
if barbarism derive.i therefrom," and
declares that "its practices in the
pari of the police is unsurpatlon that
must   be  Btop] ed "
STEEL COMPANY
Western Steel Corporation
Will Use English Money
For Plant on Fraser River
New Orleins Gets Exposition.
Washington, Jan. 20. By a vote of
nine to eix New Orleans was selected
today by the house committee on expositions as the siie for the Panama
canal exposition in i'.'lr. The bill
giving recognition to New Orleans
wns referred to a Bub-commlttee of
the committee for sli-ht changes. V.
is expected that the appropriation
item w 111 be eliminated.
DEAL STERNLY WITH
SOCIALISTS IN JAPAN
Mikado Determined to Dam
Rising Tide-Ministers'
Resignations Not Accepted
GRFAT SPORTING EVENT
TO BE WATCHED BY "LOIS"
Seattle, Jan. 20.���A ten million dollar loan cn the properties ot the
Western Steel corporation, one million of which is to he paid over here
on February l, and the balance to become available as needed, weie the
arrangements made yesterday by
.lames a. Moore with London capital-
ins
The consummation of the deal will
be made by Mr. Moore as soon i a he
reaches London, lor which place he
sailed  yesterday.
The money is to he used in increasing the plant at Irond ale an 1 for
bulldln. an auxiliary steil plant In
Hritish Columbia, a site for the latter
plant, according to reports,'"bavin, already been secured on ibe Fraser
ther. a short distance below Westminster.
lt is stated today, however, that the
plans and location of the Canadian
plant will not be revealed until the
return of Mr. Moore from London.
INVITE THE  KING
TO VISIT CANADA
Tokyo, Jan. 20.���Indications that
the Mikalo has decided upon the
most severe action io dam the rising
tide of Socialism in Japan came today, when be summoned Premier Kat-
I'lia   and   Ministers  Dura,  III rata  and
Komatsudara and refused to accept
the resignation of their portfolios.
tendered as a result oi ibe condemns
tion of twenty-six Socialists alleged
to have conspired against the life of
ihe emperor. The Mikado urged
Katsura and bis counsellors lo work
devotedly fur the good of the empire.
The action is taken here as I elng *��i"
of the most eventful in the history
of the empire
CLEARED GOOD SUM.
Royal  Columbian  Hospital Will   Profit
Handsomely   by   Recent   Ball.
The ball given under the auspices
of (he Women's Auxiliary of the Koyal
Columbian hospital netted a clear profit cf $122.50, according to a statement
handed to the News yesterday by the
financial secretary. Th.e receipts from
the sale of tickets amounted to
$193.80, anil the total expenses came
to $71.30, divided as follows: Musi :,
$25; lent of St. Patrick's hall. $20,
printing of tickets and program.
$16.50; drayage, $5; help in kitchen,
$4.80.
The auxiliary was unfortunate in
selecting January 12 as the date of
the ball, as this was election night,
but in sj lie of this, and the bitterlv
cold weather, the ball was well pal
ronlzed anl reflected great credit on
the organizers and those responsible
for the success of the event.
Miners    Killed.
DEBATE CLOSED
ON THE ADDRESS
Cawley Has Scheme to Build
Canal From Pitt Meadows
to Burrard Inlet.
Forty
Berlin, Jan. 20.��� a news   despatch
from Sosnowice, Russian Poland, says
that   forty   miners   lost   their  lives  in
��� ���r��� ., ure jn (|,e Caslmtr colliery in that
There is no indication that the gov-1 ]lliu.e    Three hundred and sixty others escaped.
ernment will commute the death sent
ence against Denjiro Kotoku, leade
of the Socialists; Suga Kanno, llie
woman associated with him, and ten
of the  other  ringleaders  in  the    al-
(Continued on Page Four.)
Miss Lillian Goldsmith Will  Figure inl
Big   Newspapermen-"Stubborn
Cinderella"  Bowling   Match.
Precisely as the clocks of the cit\
ring out the hour of lour, and' the
hells of all the shit s in barbor announce that it is, in the parlance of
the sea, eight bells, the sporting
event  of the  year  will  begin.
The event is a gieat and .loi Puis
howling match between the newBpap r
bowling team of the clly of Westminster and an aggregation nf bowlers
itravelling with the "Stubborn Clnler-
ella" company, and representing New
York and other unimportant and de-
se: ted mud flats in the effete east. II
has long been known to all the world
and his wife that New Westminster
is the bome et championships of various kinds, and it is ile hoi e and In
tentlon, freely expressed by tbe longhaired geniuses who spin words nn
paper for a living, to add one more
layer on the lustre ��� f ibe city's coal
of arms, by bringing bome in triumph
the   bowling     championship     of     the
North American continent...
The gentlemen who will en this
occasion throw a hall for bome and
country are: Signers Turner. Best,
Sutherland, Kraser and  Levy.
Like unto a tourney of old will be
this clash of arms between the
knights of the pen and the knights Df
the road, and like some ancient joust
It will he presided over by n Queen ef
Song in the person of Mis I. Hi n
Goldsmith I whose beauteous countenance greets the reader from page
Seven), and who will watch the foul j
line with eagle eve and call the
strikes and Bpares with equal im-'
partiality for her friends travelling
and stationary.
Witnesses of (he game, as many as
may   he accommodated   in  ibe  Front
street establishment, wherein the war
will be waged, win be permitted   in
enter    and   view  the   battle    without
money   and   without   price,   a   suggestion that they he charged ten kopeks
for   this   privilege   having   been     outvoted in the interests    of    publicity;
but said witnesses aie hereby solemnly warned that  rude an 1  unpropltlous
remarks, unsolicited advice, nnd othe."
extraneous contributions to the proceedings will be the signal tor the iu
stant ejectment of the Offenders, with-I
out benefit of clergy.
Miss Goldsmith is not  lo be morelv I
ornamental;  she is to be   a   public
benefactor.     Kind     hearted     Manager!
Qoettler has written out two double
passos ror the show this evening, and
has passed them on to Miss Goldsmith io pass them on ia whoever
asks for tliem The lady may be approached a1 lhe howling alley, on the
street, anv where The first person to
nsk  her for the passes gets them.
Toronto, Jan. 2n.���A large deputation will wait upon Sir .lames Whitney tomorrow to urge that the bun-'
dredth anniversary of the battle of
Queenstown Heights be marked bv
tl.e erection of a monument in stone
and bronze near the parliament buildings as a lasting memorial to Brock,
Tecumseh, Macdonnell and the other
leaders and soldiers who fell in the!
war of 1812.
The Empire Club of Toronto today
unanimously endorsed tbe action of
the Centenary Celebration Ass icla'lin
in petitioning the Canadian parliament to invite King George to visit
Canada in 1914 for the centennial of
the conclusion of peace after tl.e war
oi 1812.
Rebekahs Instal Officers.
The installation of the officers of
Beulah Rebekah lodge, No. 5, 1. O. O.
!���".. took place on Thursday evening,
the installing officer being District
Deputy President Mrs. Dnift, assiste 1
by the acting grand officers, Mrs. B
S. Ferguson, G. M., Mrs. S. J. Pearce
Mrs.   W.   C.   Coatham,  G.F.S
SURVEYORS RETURN FROM
SUMMER TRIP TO NECHACO
Victoria, Jan. 20.���The debate oa
the address concluded in the House-
today, 'lhe speakers were .1. 11. llaw-
Hioi nthwaite, S. A. Cawley ard Mr.
Fraser.
Hawtliornthvvaite moved a Socialisd
amendment to the address, Which wa?
promptly voted down, only l,e anil
Parker Williams supporting it.
Iiawtlioi nthwaite sarcastically congratulated the two leadeis of ther
Liberal party on their contribution t<��
the address. He said John Jardine
reminded lim 61 th.e dove that flewr
from the ark lor a long time hut
found no rest for its feet. Therefore,
he congratulated him upon at last.
finding a resting place in the Conservative ark.
Cawley Wants a Canal.
Mr. Cawley, of Chilliwack, followei
in a Bpeech in whi"h he intimated
that it was his intention to bring in a
resolution urging tl.e Dominion government to build a canal from I'itt
Mea.lows to  Burrard  inlet.
While the cost would be large, the
benefits would be great. It would eon-
vert   Burrard   inlet   into   a   semi-fresli
Cotton  Brothers    Back
Measuring   Land  in
Valleys.
Northern
I   VCIl      UllllaiU      lUISI,      ,...\j      a      ���~ 	
Home After'water harbor and thus destroy the
teredos. The earth taken from the
canal could be used to fill in the flats
at Port Moody, and so reclaim many
icres of land now  lying waste.
Another advantage  would    he    the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        draining   of     i'itt     Meadows,     where
. Walter C.  Cotton  and  his    brother I there was twenty-five thousand acres
',._���'��� and Mr.'1.1 ,1 Ernest    returned      yesterday      after   tbat  could  not  he reclaimed by  any
1 he offices installed ^^^^^^^^^-  -���--
were  Miss  M.  Henry.  MG.'.   Miss Forspending    several    months    st       . awiteVMW       	
Brooks. V.G.:  Miss J. McNeill, U.S..(land in the Nechaco and Horsefly vai-1 pj^ 'ftivt"would lessen  the  freshets;
Mrs. C.  S.  Keith, P.S.;  Mrs. B. Ack-1iey8i  in   Northern   British    Columbia.   on :---___
CENSOR MOVING PICTURES   k %, APPEAL COURT
fOR PROVINCE OEONWfflO;
. nu    i ** *z*     ** ��,....
le.va,  in   .>���.,..*.     Columbia. |on the Fraser, and make arable larpe
When they left the Nechaco a \ ttle 1 tracts in Chilliwack and Dewdney.
over a week ago the weather was bit- j aow subject to flooding, and would
terly   cold,   over   three   feet   ot   snow   i,s0 }>">vlde an easy means ot access
1 tor the produce ot I'itt   Meadows  ami
being   on   the   ground.     They   leport   tUe  Fniser  Yalley  to  the marketa cr
conditions  favorable  for  rapid   settle-1 Vancouver
ment   in  the  northern    valleys,    and Future in Cariboo,
state that a big rush to the vast fields The speech of Fiaser was devoted
of the interior may be expected in the chiefly to a description of the re
early spring. sources of  the  Cariboo  district,    for
. , On their journey home the Cotton   which., with the advent of the G. T.
RHY^k   KK   Pftfi   11   AN   fCft ' brothers met  a number of  old  West-   p. and tbe O. N   railways, he p-edlct
Urtlu   t\W   Lull   lu   All   LUU j minster hoys who are settled in tle'eil  a  great   future.
ley, treasurer. Mrs. M. West, warden: I
Mrs. M. Anderson, conductor, Miss'
Plester. O. G : Miss N. Innes, I.G.;
Mrs E. S. Ferguson. R, S. N. G.; Mrs
s. J Pearce, L. 8. N. G.; Mis. B
West, R. S. V. G.; Mrs. W. Qilley
IL. S. N. G.:   Mrs. G   Rennie, chaplain
No   One   Under   Sixteen   Will   Be    Allowed to Enter a Theatre Without
an Adult���Changes Suggested.
Question  Net Frivolous, but Important
to    Customs    Department���Again
a  Hen  Is Not a Bird.
.   '
Wealthy Lumberman Suicides.
Grand Raplls, Mich. Jmu21��� Harrison P, drover, a wealthy and well
known lumberman, committed suicide
last night by cutting his throat Wit*
B razor, No reason is ltno.vn for his
rapli  act.
NEW ZEALAND CONTRIBUTES
TO STEAMSHIP SUBS10V
! p������, MlnttUT Sir J��..P�� Wart An-
WM ����- Wl" *' ��,00'G00
P��r Year-
Toronto. Jan. 20,���Propositions have
been made to the Hon. a. J, Matheson
in connection with the regulations
governing   moving   picture   Ehows   in
the province, and the suggestions
have been discussed hy the Government, although nothing definite yet
has been done. It is proposed to
change the present regulations, which
are conl lolled by the provincial
treasurer, In such a way thai all
films to be shown In the province
will be exhibited before a censor in
Toronto, who will have provincial jurisdiction.
At   presenl   there is a  good deal nf
trouble and dissatisfaction, on account
of the system  by  which a censor In
i Toronto  may   pass  a  picture,  and   a
censor   in   Hamilton,   London   or   any
other  place  may  not  allow   it  1o be
shown   theie.     Numerous   eases   have
been reported where films which passed the censor in  Toronto have been
put under the ban in other cities and
towns,    ln order to obviate this, it is
suggested that either the superintendent or one of the Inspectors of   the
provincial   police  department   he  appointed a censor, to inspect all films.
Whenever be passes a film, it will be
stamped, "Approved by the Provincial
Inspector,"   and   the   first   thing   that
will appear on  a  screen in any picture show will be the official censor's
stamp, showing that the film has passed   Inspection.
It also has been suggested that no
child under sixteen, unless accompanied by an adult, be allowed to enter a moving picture theatre. This
matter has been taken up by different
cities in the province, and it is very I
likely that the suggestion will be
adopted.
GUELPH STUDENTS
ALLOWED TO DANCE
Washington. Jan. Ju.���Fggs are
eggs. Also a ben is not a bird; So
says the l'nited States Court of Customs Appeals, in a decision which
seems to settle a question which has
muddled   the   customs,   per) lexed   tho
muuuieu   mv-   v..  .   ,
experts and finally called iif the zoologists.
Eggs coining from China usually
are broken out of the she ls, packed
in tin cans and frozen. Customs officials contended they entered this
country in competition with home
laid eggs and assessed a duty of live
cents a dozen.
The Importer objected, claiming
they should be free of duty under
that section of the tariff which puts
the eggs of birds on the free list and
contended that at most they were
only albumen and dutiable tis such, lt
was claimed on the contrary that importers' claims on a hen as a blid
lacked merit and that an egg is tin
egg in the shell or out of it. Recently
the court held that a yam was not a
sweet potato. A customs agent also
recently prepared a twenty-three page
teport on the undervaluation of turnips.
Nechaco and Quesnel (list.lets. At
Fort George they spent some time
wiih Warren DeBeck, who is running
a jewelry store and in h s spare
moments discharging the duties of
postmaster and telephone manager.
Will Johnston and Dave 'loy, who
have a large ranch in tbe Nechaco
valley, also entertained the returning
surveyors. Johnston and Hoy have
big herds of cattle and make a bus:
ness of supplying meat to survey
parties, land seekers, etc, also wintering horses for parties who do not
wish to part with their outfits for the
few months they intend being away.
At Quesnel. now a busy town. J. W,
llowlson, a brother of Mrs. Captain
Seymour, is running a general store
Rev. William Stott, son cf W. Sti tt
of Sapperton, is in charge of *
Union chinch at that place
,1      Si tca,^    . uL u. ^
This close J tl.e debate on the ail-
dress.
On Monday the consideration of
the bills before the House will be proceeded with.
Nine   members,   including   the   flve?
for Vancouver, went over on the after
noon boat to spend the week er.ii on
the mainland.
INDIANA 'VARSITY
IS 91 YEARS OLD
MERGER   OF   FLOUR   MILLS.
To Control Milling Trade nn Pacific
Coast in United States.
Portland, Jan. L'0.���The capital
stock of the Portland Flouring Mills
company has heen increased from
$300(000 to $1,600,000. Additional
articles of incorporation were lllea
with the secretary of state yesterday.
This is the biggest deal In flour made
in the northwest and Is understood to
be a forerunner in concentrator of
the entire flour interests of the Pacific coast. The purpose of the company is to combine all of Its plants
and properties in the northwest into
one holding company. I'p to this timy
the    various    mills    and  warehouses
Bloom ii-ton. InJ., Jan. 20.���Indian*
university is today celebrating the
ninety-first anniversary of its founding. This morning the 1,'iOO students
headed by the faculty and the university band, paraded the campus and
the [ marched to the men's gymnasium for
the exercises.
An oratorical contest in the afternoon for the prizes, consisting of interest on a sum of money given by
William J. Bryan to the university,
concluded the exercises.
WOMAN   POLICEMAN :<ce     ,.,	
MAKES FIRST ARREST l have been  operated separately.
'     The company  has branch mi'.U    In
Eastern Washington, Inclu Mng plants
Prescott, l.ind. Day-
MAY     BE      LICENSED-
BARBERS
Legislation Being Sought to Secure
Appointment of Examiners.
Toronto, Jan. 20.���A move to secure the appointment of a Provincial
examining board for barbers and provincial regulation of the barber trade
in general will he made at the coming session of the legislature. A
draft bill entitled the barbeis' regulation act has already been prepared
and circulated among the members,
and a determined effort will be made?
to secure its approval by the legisiu-
���������������������������
Calgary Mulcted.
Calgary, Jan. 21���The city
council nf Calgary yesterday
list a case brought against it
by W. Davis, a contractor who
alleged wrongful dismissal.
Judgment wan given for the
plaintiff, damages heing assessed at the high figure of $116.-
0110.
�����������������
���
���
Wenington,   fJ^Jgr&A
statement ���> '^^ that New
Ward. P,rlm�� ^^Veamehip    set-
I vice   between   v����        jioo.ooo   per
Sy.lney, wouin  do ��
and   	
He further sold he hoped that after
a conference between the premiers of
Canada and Australia a solution sat
isfactory to Australia In tariff and
trade affairs would be brought about.
Prince Rupert Police.
Prince Rupert,    Jan.    20,���Charges
against the police of graft and eonni-
,  ... "illegal   practices  are  being
C^lgaiel hy  .he board    ot polfco
��� ������������������������������������������������ commissioner! here.
Toronto,  Jan.   20.���No   longer  will
tive students at the Ontario   Agricul
tural College, Guelph, be compelled to
promenade Instead of dancing at their
entertainments.     Although   the   peti
tlon which the students prepared for
presentation to the Hon.   ,i. s. Duff
never reached  that  ministers hands,
he has given hts consent  to dancing
at  the   Institution.      Yetsterday,   the
minister said:    "Certainly, I have given my permission for dancing at tho
Ontario     Agricultural     col cue     and
Macdonald   Institute.      At   the  same
time 1 do not see why there should be
so much fuss about It.    As a matter
of fact. 1 have not received any petition from the students, but I have a
letter from tlie  president, Intlmattn.
that there was a feeling that the  re-
srictlon should be removed.
"I do not know cl any other secular educational Institutions where
dancing, under proper restriction, is
not permitted, and hence 1 do not see
'.why this privilege should not le cn-
I joyed by our students at Guelph.    ��
Seattle. Jan. 20.���Dr.  Mary  B.  Mar -
tin. the only woman rated as a police  at  Walla Walla
patrolman  in  Seattle, made her  first   ton and other places In t
"pinch"   Wednesday  night.    Not only   na well as mills and other holdings on
that, but the man in the case, Pete"  Puget sound,   all    of   which wlll    bs
Johnson, a  laborer, will    spend    the   merged into one corporation.
next thirty days in the city stockade	
toying with stumps anl underbrush     !nirro  r. .oll  niirn
Patrolwoman      Martin      iin      plai i | HillS   1,1 ASH   IIVHl
clothes,   was on the job Wednesday'BilULfl   UUWU  UfLft
on Fourth avenue, when she observed
Peter  making eyes  at  every  woman
and girl  who crossed his path.    She
pulled her hest frown and landed on
Peter.    She marched Peter to Second
avenue   and   Pike   street   and   turned
him over to Patrolman McNamee.
iiKinPRGROUND  PHONES
UNDERCR       IN TSEADWELL MINE
SITUATION IN HAWAII
Japanese Say Filipinos Are Highwaymen���Nipponese Threaten to
Go on Strike.
re.
^^^^^^^ The desire for legislation comes, it
t, l.ind. Day-iis understood, from the barbers tliem-
he wheat he't j selves,   and   an   important   clause   of
the draft  hll  is one providing   that
every man engaged as a barber must
be registered. The board of examiners
would, according to the draft bill, b��-
composed of three members appointed by the government, to hold office
for  three  years,  excepting  tie  flrst
appointees,   whose   terms   would   expire at one. two and three years. The
board   would  visit  different  pat ts ot"
the province examining applicants far
permission to practice, who would Irr-
required  to  show   a forking  knowledge of the trade, together  with art'
understanding  of  skin  diseases  sucln-
as  a barber comes  in  cont'd  w i lie
Power is also given the examiners t*
inspect shops.
The draft provides for pen-titles la-
���~"-"-l��> r     tllplf-
Juneau,  Jan.  20.���Progressive  min-      Honolulu, Jan. 20.���Japanese on t'ie  the  case  of   barbers   follow-in .   their
ing is working wonders at Treadwell. sngar plantations     where     Fili.lnoi  trade without being registered.
ln  addition  to  installing  the  largest    , ,    ���. ..
 ,.,   ���������,.���,.,(������ also are employed threaten n general   ���
in  Hiiiiiuuu   iu	
single hoist in the world, converting .
all of the old steam power machinery   strike
Into   modern   electrical   driven   appli-1 charged
ances   and   discarding   all   the  early-1     The J
day mining contrivances, a telephone
Isvsteti. running throughout the miles
I of  workings,  some  of  which  extend
fur -Hit under the waters of Gastinett'i
chmne1, was completed last week and
tl e miners are no longer compelled
resort to hells for signal-purposes
unless    the    latter
dis-
�����������������������������������������������
The Japanese charge that the FiT
plnos,   who  have  been  brought   1 ere .
recently lu considerable numbers, are
loafers  and  robbers.    Several   recent
instances of holdups and robberies of
Japanese by Filipinos on the island of
Kauki precipitated the crisis.
The local Japanese press supports
 -���-.at      nn.l
  _____________ T116    lOCai    Jll[ tautcv     ,-..
being ahle now. at all times, to talk the  laborers  in  this  movement, and 1
rrom  under    f'e    bed  ef  the Inland says It  Is not  safe lo  be abroad  at
.uhsage waters to the men employe I night in  the district where FlilplnM
on the surface. are employed, <
Burned to Death.
Toronto, Jan. 21���Mrs. Percy
P. Brooks and her three children, th.e eldest five years of
age. were burned to deat'.i at
an early hour this mr>rning In
a flre which destroyed their
home, The mal.i escaeed. Mr.
Brooks is absent In Chi.-ago on
a business trip.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9
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1911.
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HOUSES FOR SALE.
SEVEN roomed modern house, lot
66x132, all in fruit, good location.
$600 cash, balance like rent.
WANTKD���Gilt 1. FOR GENERAL
housework, Apply Mrs. A. M.
Malins, 125 Third avenue.
WANTKD���HY AN EXPERIENCED
coat and dressmaker, work by the
day. Apply, Miss McLean; -ill
Tenth street.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED    HELP
for small family. Must be good
plain cook. Best wages. Apply 201
Columbia sireet.
WANTED ��� TEAMSTER, WALSH
Sash and  Door Factory, City.
FIVE roomed cottage on Third avenue. Price 11650, $600 cash, balance arranged.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
ICHURCH
\ SERVICES
*��������������
TALLEST AVIATOR COMING
TO GIVE SISTER A TRIP
WANTED ��� CARPENTERS, ME-
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on street,
car line. Wc furnish cleared lo:,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own home
for residence, rent or sale, nr wo
will build you a home to sut on
small monthlj payments. Call
Leibly & Blumer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, (Tel. 8865), or 613 Columbia
street New Westminster, Tel.
(1ST.   Open evenings tiTl li p.m.
WANTED���TO RENT UNFURNISH-
eiK six or seven-roomed house;
close in: careful tenants. Haines
P. O. Hox  30.
WANTED���JAPANESE WOMAN FOR
housework. Apply (',., P. O. Hox 29,
Daily News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping    rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED���HOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board: all home cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of N'ew Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, B2 Hastings street east.
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE
ly.   Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS MAN
requires good sized, comfortable
room with partial beard. Apply box
18, News ofiice.
(Changes for this column must    be
left at. or telephoned to, this ofllce by
 'J9  p.m. on Fridays.    Tlie omission of
SIX   roomed   new   modern   house,   ce-  any  church  notice  from  this  column
ment     foundation,     furnace,
Price only $2650;  easy terms.
etc.
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by tlie pastor or other responsible
EIGHT roomed modern house, cement narty.)
foundation, furnace.   $-100 cash, balance $20 per month.
FIVE roomed cottage on Sixth avenue.
Price $2300, on very easy terms.
FIVE  roomed    cottage.    Price
���$:ioo cash, balance like rent
$1400,
Sunday,  January  22.
CATHEDRAL     OF     THE     HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector;  Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. X a. m., holy communion;   11  a.m.,  matins,  litany  and
sermon;   2:110 p.m., Sunday school;  7
_______________  I'm., evensong and sermon.
FIVE   lots  near Twelfth  street;   good       CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE Y1R-
LOTS FOR SALE.
Thomas   Sopwith,   of   Channel   Fame,
Stands   Six  Feet  Three   Inches
and  is a Star in the Air.
interprets the move as indicating the
intention of The Netherlands to throw
in tlieir lot wilh the Triple Alliance
'in the event ol' an Anglo-French-German conflict.
The semi-official press says the fortifications would have no political
justification unless intended to guard
against an attack hy Great Britain,
which Holland has no reason lo fear
if not tied up with Germany.
location.    A snap at  If050 eacli;   on
easy terms.
TWO  lots  on   Edinburgh    street,    all
GIN,   Sapperton���2:110   p.m.,   Sunday
school;  7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PALL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
cleared. Price $8.00, one-third cash, j PAL���Rev. A. DeH. Owen rector. Ser-
balance arranged. j vice al   11 a. m. and 7 p. m.;   Sunday
school at 2::io p. in.;  prayer meeting
on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
HAMILTON street    lot.
$850, on easy terms.
cleared.
'
TWO large lots facing on three
streets, 132 feet square. Price only
.liou each, on terms to suit.
ONE   lot   on   Princess   street.
$600, easy terms.
ST. BARNABAS���Holy communion,
at S a.m.: morning prayer, litany and
sermon at 11 a.m.;  Sunday school at
  j U::I<> p.m.; evening prayer and sermon
Price ������ u(  "  P.m.    Rev.  E.  R.  Bartlett,  M.A.,
j will preach.
ONE  large lot on  Sixth  street, splen-1    QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Price $1001), on   easy [ Rev. C.  W. Hrown. B.D., pastor    Ser-
! vice   at   11 a.m. and   7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.   In tlie morning ,i
did location,
terms.
New York, Jan, 20.���England's
giant aviator, Thomas Sopwith, who
is twenty-two years old and si\ feel
three inches tall, is coming In the
United States next spring. This announcement was made hy his sister,
.Mrs. Grubb, of Burlington, N. .1. He is
tlie tallest aviator in the world, and
ono of the best lliers in England, having recently made 171 miles when Hying from England across the Chan-
nel to Belgium lor the Baron De Forest $20,0in) prize.
Sopwith's performances in the last
montli have stirred the/English pub-
lie to will enthusiasm. While he lias
been an aviator for only two months,
lie has accomplished more ln that
time than any other birdman. Only
a few weeks after he learned to tly
he held the record lor lhe Michelin
Cup in the Britisli empire, traveling
a distance of 107 miles in three hours
, and twelve minutes.
The young giant blrdman is com-
to this country to ghe hls sister and
her husband. Gen. Grubb, a ride In
liis aeroplane. Besides, he is going to
try to ouiily some of the American
aviators [or some of the big prizes
now standing, lie is fond of crosscountry Mights, llis trip from England to Beaumont, Belgium, in three
and a half hours was thc first   flight
The Oven
Of a Range
across the Channel In an all-English
THESE are all good buys,   if you are  memorial service will ho held for tho I machine, thc Howard-Wright  biplane,
looking for a house on easy terms  iate Joseph    Smith Wintemute.    Pas- II   took   him   twenty-two  minutes   to
it  will be to your advantage to sec! tor's evening subject. "What I Believo connect    the    English    and    French]
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.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
About  Heaven and Hell."
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital stieet���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.: Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at S p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak-
; er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
| p.m. Sunday school at 2: SO p.m.
��� Midweek prayer meeting on Welnes-
j day at eight o'clock.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in tm
board room. City Hall, us follows:
Third Thursday    of    each    month:   and each week night at eight o'cloel
GOSPEL HALlr-Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelists
D. R. Scott and ,1. J. Rouse will conduct  meetings on Sunday at  7  p.m.,
FOR   SALE.
TO    LET ��� COMFORTABLE    BED-
    for  one  or  two   gentlemen:
car  line.  417
I STOVE, NEW
nu-   ,1 c     513  Agnes street.
F(        SALE���CHANCE    FOR   PORT
1   nn  workmen;     comfortable, neat
w house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front
sireet. City.
FOR  SALE  OR   RENT   BY   OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
���'reet.    Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
.'estminster, B. C.
quarterly     meeting     on   the     tnird
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and  November, at s p.m.      Annua1
meetings on the third Thursday ol ,
February.     New   members   may   be :
proposed and elected at any month
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H |
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SIXTH    AYENUE    METHODIST���
i Rev.  F.  S.  Okell,  B.A.,  pastor.    Services at  11  a.m.    and    7  p.m.    Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30  p.   in.   Epworth   league,   Monday,
���it  S p. iii.    Prayer meeting, Wednesday at  S  p.m.    Rev.  Thomas  Green,
I M.A.,     B.D.,     of    Robson     memorial
~ church, Vancouver, will preach morn-
i ing and evening.
coasts  via  the air, keeping  1100 feet
above the surface of the water.
When Sopwith reached the French
coast on his DeForest prize flight his
compaes failed, and he had to steer
liis machine by the sun. Later tlie
sun became hidden behind clouds,
and he had to trust to chance for hls
direction. Cecil Grace, who tried for
tlie same prize after Sopwith, lost
his way while trying to lly hack to
Kngland and has never been found. It
is believed  lie  was drowned.
Mrs. Grubh is enthusiastic about
taking a trip with her brother, She
said:    "My sisier. Miss May Sopwith,
, has been up with Tom. and was delighted  with  tlie experience.    It  will
; also please me, 1 am sure, because
Tom is a good Hyer. an.l 1 don't think
I will have any fear. Mv husband
wants to learn to lly while Tom Is
here."
AUSTRALIA'S   DISCOVERER.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000 0C
RESERVE          11,000,000.0t
Branches throughout Canada ind
. 9tv( iundl md, ami ln London, Eng
������ ?ind, lit*; >rik Cfi'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., ani Mexico City. A general
banking b islness transacted. Lei
iers of Credit IssuiM. available wife
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
O. O. F, AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
Tlie regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; .1. W
secretary.
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.   E
! G.   Thompson.  M.A.,    pastor,    Public
(worship:     Morning   service.   11   a.m.:
evening,   7   p.   in.;   Bible    class    ancl
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.;  Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at S p.m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev.
MacDonald,   financial' E-   D-   Braden,   pastor.     Services    at
111 a.m. and 7:110 p.m. Sunday school at
��� 2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
PROFESSIONAL. at 8 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
school and Bible class   at    2:110 p.m.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Dally
TO SEATTLE.
:.0:00 a. m  Daily
1:. 0 p. m '.  Daily
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday    nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5; 00 ti. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Jan. 7, 21��� Feb. 18
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.  m	
Ian. 10, 24; Feb. 7, 21.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS &. JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, N'ew Westminster. W. .1.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Wil'iams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
Commonwealth Archivist Snys It Was
Amerigo Vespucci.
Melbourne, Jan. 20.���An interest im;
announcement is made hy the federal
archivist. Mr. Petherick. He declares
himself certain, after forty years' research, that Australia was first discovered by Amerigo Vespucci in the
year 1499, Great Interesl has been
aroused in archeologlcal circles by
the statement of the archivist, and no
doubt his claim on behalf if Hie explorer who ga\e his name to tlie Con-
tinent of America will be subjected I i
severe tests. Mr. Petherick liases his
final proof on an ancient map dai hi
1&U9, which his researches hav?
brought to light.
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a '���
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, ancl is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The over in an ordinary stovs or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners ancl sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, aud not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note the illustrations.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
1 30
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New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of 'I'iiiie
Arrival: of
20:00-Unl(ed Slates via ('  p r{��8ln8;
("lally except Sunday) ' ,.,���
8:30-Vancouver via ll  C   V  t,   '"'"
(dally except Sunday)    7���n
13:00���Vancouver via B  C   i: a
iR.on      <da,lyexcep, Bum;Vu1:00
18.00���Vancouver via I!  c   i    ,,
(daily except Buiday).".l6-no
8:30-Vlctoria via B. C. E
(daily excepl Sunda
13:00���Victoria via B. c,  E   R
(daily except   Sunday),!
7:30���United Stales via G  \  r
(daily except Sunday) ' ;.,,,
15:00���l'nited States via G. \   |{
idaily except  Sunday) LGOO
12:10���All   points  east  and   Eu-
rope  (daily)   	
23:00���All points east   and
lope idaily i   	
12:10���Sapperton      and
Mills       | daily
Sunday)
20:00���Sapperton    and
mills      (daily
Sunday)
2:10���Coquitlam    (dailj
13:00   -Central     Park     and
monds     idaily     i
Sunday)        ,
"30���East    Burnahy    ami    lim.
quitlatn   (dailj
Sunday       \:',",��
Tlmberland,     sum ���., ���
Hill   and   South  Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      	
Ladner,     Port     Guli    i
Westham Island ..i3;3o
10:00- Annieville,  Sunburj (d
excepl   Sunday
0:00���Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday    and    Friday     	
10:00���Woodwards        (Tue daj
Thursday     ami     S I
day             |    io
9:00 -Vancouver,    Piper's
lng     via     O,      X      i:
idaily except Sundaj i   14:20
m���Cloverdale and Port  I ���
idaily excepl  Sundaj
10���Clayton  (Tui sday, Tl
day.    Friday    ami    S il
day       	
ll :30   Tyi ebead   (Tuesdaj    i
Friday) 	
8:30���Burnaby   Lake   (dally  ���
cept Sunday   16:0
i0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, H n
tlngton, ne.   (dail)  .
cept  Sunday)     ;;:;.
15:45��� Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine      idaily     t
Sunday)            :  ;
16:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and    Hazlemen    (Tui
day, Thursday and  S it-
10:00-
10:00-
11:
11:
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    4    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken.
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services  at   11   a.  m.  and  7  p.  m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday-
school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD       METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at lo a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonahl school
house; Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
HOLLAND MAY JOIN
THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE
Paris, Jan. 20.���French opinion ls
greatly occupied with Holland's pro-
posal  to  fortify  Flushing,  because  lt
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, corner Fourth street and Seventh avenue,
at '.', p. m. Also on Thursdays at 8
p. m.
GHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Dur-
ham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at ll  a.m.
WEST END PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth street. Rev. James Reid,
B.A., pastor. Public worship at 11
a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunilav school
at 2:30 p. m.
Phone   nn.     Rear   of   Major
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
and Pastor.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     1%
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
cakadiah
.pacific]
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating  and  Plumbing    Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
-,*_  to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
From   Vancouver  and   Ag:cs-
Kootenay
10:30
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 87).
17:05���From  Vancouver.     (No. 96).
19:20��� From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:5(1���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No.  1).
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
tarn
of four rooms for
$100.00
Cash or Credit
DENNY & ROSS
43-47 Sixth  Sireet, New  Westminster
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:0(i���To Vancouver.
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Montreal  (No   90).
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SOMETHING WILL BE DOING
Watch for the Big Adv.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
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!?inlQPVp vi��W 8f site on Fra?er mirchased
Lv US fur Western a9tee! Coiftfifntion's great
Canadian steel works and tmrnsite. and' ap-
mm hy tJ: M. Um��- fiscal agent, and R. P.
M6I pnnan, director; al��8 confirmed by wire
'-v -'. Ai MiK.re, President Western Steel Corporation.
Genera! Manager Price has informed
piece: ".,,.)< wjn i,egi��� ^pri| |��| m>xf% gfjgf
which (������ ���:�����--!''-. -ni I.', ivit on market.
A- result of recent deputation to Ottawa,
I >'irriinion Government will shortlv make ex-
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���������>'<\7p' harb'ir improvements on Fraser, add-
i-'Lr   '-tly to the value of these lands.
A limited amount of choice waterfrontacre
and other property adjacent to Western Steel
Works and Townsite is now for sale.
Last chftiw N'i !.t?t in on the ground floor
on th^se sy.^lendid acreage and waterfrontage
propositions b .'for? the big rise, when" Steel
City townsite is put on the market.
For location of these choice snaps adjoining townsite, see properties marked with cross
(Xi in accompanying birdseye view.
F&r full particulars, terms,
etc., apply to
Kennedy Bros.,
GENERAL^AGENT
New Westminster, British Columbia PACK FOUR.
^.THE DAILY NEWS. *
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21,
1911.
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The Daily News
Vtiblislicil by The Daily Xews Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
of McKenzie and Victoria
Streets.
��orner
E. A. Paige Managing Director
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
A  PLEA   FOR  THE  GARDEN,
li would be well if something could"
he done to awaken a more general in-
lercst In the pursuit and pleasure o!
gardening in this city of ours. Natun
has endowed her with many features
or beauty, we have a number of good
streets, and quite an amplitude of flne
residences; but the all too prevalent
existence of unkempt and untidy
grounds which should be beautiful
garden plots discount all these advantages.
Passing along one of the most
pleasantly situated residential thor-
onghfares of Xew Westminster a fe.v
days ago wc could not help noticing
the utter absence of any attempt to
provide oven an aspect of tidiness in
Jhe outer surroundings of the greater
number of the houses. Lot after lot
was passed on both si,les of the
street and every one was neglected,
some presenting very much the appearance of a dust contractor's yard.
Suddenly, however, we came upon one
of the larger houses in the street
which presented a perfect picture of
beauty and iasie. The owner had
evidently disposed his ground with
judgment. I'e had a large square
Jawn, with a broad gravelled path
next the house and surrounded hy
/lower beds: on the opposite side of
the lawn  was an ample kitchen gar-
(The Daily Xews is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
SEGREGATION OF FOWLS.
Editor Daily  Xews:
Sir,���I shoul.l like to draw, your attention to a matter that concerns the
public health in our market. There
are large quantities of meat exposed
there for sale, and crates of fowls,
very evil smelling, and never a disinfectant. In most public markets
poultry are either segregated or thoroughly disinfected when put up
sale. Can not this he done in
Royal city?
PRO.  BONO.
New Westminster, January 20, 1911
The Store for the Best V��
at the Lowest  Prices
Every
Orange
Guaranteed
Jap Oranges
40c. per box
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These
are all
New Stock
for
our
Deal Sternly With
Socialists in Japan |
'Continued  from  Page One.)
leged conspiracy. Their fate was decided after a four hours' conference
of the procurator-general with the
cabinet ministers.
At the conclusion of the conference \
it was officially announced that as a
special act of mercy by the Mikado
twelve of the twenty-four Socialists
sentenced to death would be commuted one degree, to penal servitude
for life. Okatie, minister of justice,
communicated the terms of the com-j
mutation to the Socialists at the
Tokyo prison at  midnight.
Stunned by the proven error ol
earlier reports that all of the condemned Socialists except Kotuku and
Kanno had escaped the death penalty,
the adherents of their political faith
today are cast down, and, despite the
vigilance of the police and the government agents, rumors are generally
current that the execution Of the
twelve Socialists still in peril of theii
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Fresh Celery, Parsnips and
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Have you tried our CREAMERY BUTTER
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527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.6.   Phone 7100. Phon	
GENERAL AGENCY TRANSATANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
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blends at 35c. and 50c. per pound cannot be beaten.
Just 'phone 386 for anything you require in
groceries and we will deliver your order.
���
C. B. DEANS
Burr Block, 415 Columbia St
J
Did You tver
-���count the number of peop'e s  ip
ping bef
do w
���^^^^���������M*        a'.
a  well   li :hie I   show   wl
in    one    nishi ?    You    would
In
��len. partly planted with fruits of "H I Uves "will'lie followed by a series of
kinds. Though it was midwinter Hie the very acts of violence which the
���whole place was beautifully neat and I government
tidy, and  not    a  blemish  was appar- j
ent   on   the   beautifully   level   surface
of  Hie  lawn.     Now,   if   all   1 is  industrious citizens neighbors hud fullowe I
liis    excellent    example   this    street
would wear an as] e t of leal bea.ity
antl lie a source of delight to all who
pai I by that  way.    There are many
.jleer streets and  avenues  where the
���-.nne absence of respect for the house
pi   .   prevails,     Hut   theie   aie   others
wi  ' now where the residents vie with
.-    i   other in the excellent keeping of
.heir  gardens.
Nev?  Westminster owes    no    small
measure of its happy reputation to its
beautiful situation and the splendour
of its homes.    Hut when one sees so
many neglected exteriors it engenders
a doubt as to wether this reputation
is not in danger of being discounted
by visitors.   If only every houseowner
.could   be    induced    to  surround    bia
dwelling with a    well    kept    garden,
how thoroughly our city would merir
the appelation of the "city beautiful."
To to Individual such a ecu Ution pf
thin .; would le an advantage, just a;
muih a3 a ; enp nent sidewalk anl ,t
good  load ray, because it  woulfl en-
liane He mr.rket value of   his   pro-
pert".    !' : c'v iio, there are few    ti
whom   beautiful surroundings do not
appeal or do not    give    a feeling    of
pleasure and joy ?
There are a goodly number of enthusiast ic amateur gardeners ln New
Westminster and we suggest that a
few of these might get together and
���establish an association for the encouragement of gardening. With the
spring and the summer before us now
is an admirable time to commence an
educational work of this character.
Theie are numerous ways In which
such work coul.1 be made effective,
such for inst ince as flower shows,
led ures, and a gardening journal and
so on. Our Impression, based on ex-
li'i'ience. is Unit here are many who
would set. about the beautifying of
tlieir j hits if only some helpful advice were available: whilst theie are
others whose Interest in the desired
direction could be stimulated by educational and exhibition work.
Everyone knows the fame of the
Portland Rose festival and the rare
charm and beauty of the city where
this function is held. This result has
been almost entirely brought about by
the educational efforts of a local association. The same could be done for
New Westminster.
by its drastic action,'
had hoped to suppress. All over j
Tokyo and in the other cities of the
empire the leaders of free thought
are gathering their forces to present,
petitions to the Mikado urging clemency for till the prisoners, lt will
he urged that no good can come to
rhe emperor by persecuting libera!
Thinkers.
Partisans of Kotogu and his fellow-
prisoners to lay are already in receipt
of promises from the Socialistic centres of both Kurope and America that
everj possible effort will be made lo
procure from their government a representation to the government of
Japan counselling against the execu
tion of the twelve prisoners condemned. Theie is no anticipation that
anything stronger than unofficial and
secret Interposition will be made, but
this, coupled with the undoubted restlessness of the people here, gives, it
is thought, a fair chance that the
Kotoku Socialists may yet avoid the '���
sealing of their political faith in
blood.
Whatever tl.e ultimate fate of j
Kotoku and his followers miy be, it.
is certain that Japan is writhing un
der the world criticism of their trial
and sentence, 'l'he charge made
'ihroad that "Japan is a barbaric nation" has struck home. How deeplv
it has struck is indicated today in tlie
unofficial announcement that Count
Okuma, a leader In political affairs,
vill visit England and America during the coming summer with the idea,
it is believed, of stemming the tide
of adverse criticism developed by the
Socialist  incident.
This will be Count Okuma's flrst
trip abroad. In his entourage, lf it is
finally decided that he shall make the
trip, will he a number of other leaders of Japan's political and military
life, and the whole affair will be designed to offset the charge that the
Mikado's empire in any way lacks the
"trimmings" of the spirit of a modern
power.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:
and every half
.low in one ntgnt'', iou wouio
probably iind that for every mie stop
ping bt tween seven and eight, foil"
Btop between eight anl nine, and
twelve between nine mid ten.
We are willing io aid you in taking
advantage of this, leu your windows
should l.e well light! d.
Phone Till 'nr further particulars.
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fouilh and Clarkson Sts.
6:50.
:0, 8
8  and  every
df
at
.'0 a. m., 11. 2U
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 0, u:Dt>, 0:20,
tour thereafter until 11 p. m.
^^^^^^^J SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at   f>,  7
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouuver
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.
service  fiom  8  a.  ra.   until  ll:2u   p.m.
Sappertcn:
20-minute service from G: 10 a. m. until  ll:.1)  p.  m
service fiom 8:10 a. m.  unlil   11:30p, m.
-ULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINS1ER   ER/NC.'..
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. ra. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Sunday���20-minutes
S id hj- 2 J m!2 lies
HATT COOK
The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
tf1
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SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
POSTAL CLERKS
ARE NOT CUPIDS
Seattle, Jan. 20���Postmaster Georgj
V. Russell does not believe that Uncle
iSiim wants to let his general delivery
��derks act as matrimonial agents or
accommodation clerks for crooks, girls
who want    to   make dates and so on,
ISO he has cut out two of Ihe live general   delivery   windows   in   the    local
l>ORt office.    Hereafter no    individual
may  have mail delivered at the general   window   for   more   than     thirty
days.    The economy   worked  by  this
|dan saves the office $71100 a year in
.-salaiies, the post master says.
Thomson  Blk.
Phone 388
Clearance Sale
!
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. ivate Hospital.
223 Townsend C. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. Eor further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before heen in a
position to do so, may
now lie ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking- organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
"Nsiness   Accounts    opened
oa favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.:,    B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
OF
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
1 Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
ChamberlirTs
THE
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING    |
See
THE    SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO  '
Room   14,   Westminster   Trust   Block.;
Westminster
Transfer Co,
'.'fllce Thone lis.      Barn T��oue 11?.
Columbia Btreet
Eafgage   delivered   promptly    -
��ny part of lie city.        ^
Light and Heavy Hauli
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Phone 711.
Box  160.
W. P. WHITE
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Architect and Building Constructor.   I    Gold Watc'aes for Latitat from VIZ /5
Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Con-1 "P-
crete and  Modern  Building Construe-      silver Watches     gents*    open t8��
tion.    Telephone 8(16. j |6.00.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.   I    Silver  Watches,  gents'  open   case,
NEW  WESTMINR+ER. | #7.50 up.
   i !    Agent    for    Waltbam   and     Kigin
! Watchvs.
Mllie.      G AULTIER I    Watch **&M��9 a specialty
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER j F.   CRAKE
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses, et: ,  Two Doors from Gpo. Adams' Grocer.
all  new fashions from  Paris. I  r
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone  133
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���HE  DAILY NEW8.
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
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A. ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leuve orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. F, M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
��� Street.
COAL
New|
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
All  Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Beg pardon: I take it for granted
that you have never tried t'io
ACME BRAND
i or you would change your mind. ACPJ0
ls In a class hy Itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special champagne is a winn<,r-
You ought to try a case. Prlcja ���>1-'''
case and bottles to be returned
Factory:   Simpson Street.     \
I     Office:   304 Columbia Street.;      .
Tel. 689. New Westminster*. B' *"
* wr SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTS
CITY LEAGUE TODAY
High    School    Plays    Sapperton    and
City  Team  Trys Conclusions
with Rangers.
,,   games   In   the   city Soccer
.. Wlll be played today.   One will
!'     ,',,,,,,.n the High school and Sap-
:'      .,   ;,t   Sapperton   and   tho     other
'    ','.,.��� ti,e City team and the Rang-
looJy square.
,   city  te:im  will be picked
,he tollowlng players;   Sampher
..,,    dcAllister,   Lyons,  Craig,
geid    Gibson,    Ryall,    Front,
from
Cor-
Can-
King,
Munn   McLaren, Crooks and Douglas.
.   Rangers   will   he  chosen   lrom
. .   following:    Pratt, Woods, Doug-
Carse   Holland, Ferguson, Currie,
'    ��� '   Kenny,  Webster,  R.  Smith, C.
'.. ,���,!   Wilkie.     Both   games  will
, u.ree o'clock and the players
, |Uested  to  ho there ready   to
, at that hour.
BOWLING
u,   of    Westminster   bowler.;
I',u  out   of   live  men    on    the
���  slleye  in  Vancouver    lasl
,. ung the Terminal ( Ity men
falm0sl two hundred pins.    The fol
the score, which   contains
lkable   features   outside   a
236 made by Mulligan, other-
,��� as Buck Marshall, In the
���
ng, and after travelling over half the
! continent, and playing hockey every-
I where, he jumped on the ice, and was
I Hie star man witli the Berlin team
'against Gait,    lie played    in    Berlin
again the    following    Monday . night,
and on Wednesday played   for    Port
Hope.    Then   he   played   with   Berlin
at Gait.
"Mag" holds a long-distance hockey
record that will hardly be broken for
some years lo come.
MEDAL  FOR  ELLEN TERRY.
Presented by  Founders of New Theatre at New York.
N'ew York, Jan. 20.���In recognition
of her distinguished services to dramatic art, Miss Ellen Terry, the English actress, was    presented    with    a
gold  medal yesterday  by  founders of
the  New Theatre,    'l'he presentation
was made before a large assemblage
'of men of letters, playwrights, musicians and the flower of stageland.
To Miss Terry falls the dual distinction of heing the lirst woman and the
I lirst  British subject fo be so honored,
j Prior  tei  the  presentation,  a    special
I performance of   Maeterlinck's "Sister
Beatrice:" was given.
WAR SEEMS IMMINENT
IN TUE WEST INDIES
Hostilities   Between   Hayti    and    San
Domingo  May  Break Out at Any
Moment.
i
	
Port au Prince, Hayti, Jan., $0.���
War with Santo Domingo appears inevitable. Dominican troops have occupied Grand Groscer, on the Haytien
southern frontier, and are marching
on Saltrou, Hayti.
The government has decided to op-j
pose the invasion of this territory ancl
is hurrying preparations for sending
large forces of infantry and artillery
to menaced points. The German minister is making an effort toward conciliation but with little prospects of
success. |
no
Westminster.
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ill
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LC5
133
116
120
1 12
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lis
156
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i88
MORGAN IN FAVOR
OF  CENTRAL   BANK
New York, Jan. 20.���Whether Senator Aldrich's hanking and currency
Bcheme is ever adopted by congress,
it, at least, today has the official
0, K." ot the house of .1. P. Morgan
.V Co. Morgan personally was understood to favor the scheme when he
saw il in an undeveloped state at.
Washington. Today Henry P. Davidson. Morgan's banking partner and
former head of the First National
1 Bank, said:
"I believe that Senator Aldrich's
plan is admirably effective an I simple.
'The proposal made is well fitted to ail
conditions and all sections of tlie
L'nited Siaios possessing all the advantages of the great central banks
of Europe."
1
WAR  IS DECLARED
AGAINST THE TURKS
Vancouver.
2 ��� '.     Til. Ave.
177    HIT 133 183 161
124    133 135 39J 131
..103    11.'. Ill :'.''! 120
I    136 156 126 142
Q .     U8    142 161 ��� Ll llo
2084
tor Westminster,  188.
UNIQUE  CHAMPIONSHIP.
Mag  McGregor   Holds  One  Title  that
Is Certainly All  His Own.
. ] oi. '_'���.   -When  it  come i
Ot er a  gi', en   piece of ten l-
��� !: uui", "Mag" McGreg ir,
nte  boj.  who  ].layed    with
thi   i'    tii-eb lacrosse teattV has old
������' :i io a frazzle "Mag"
hurry-up call to go to Porl  Ar-
�� Ith the Lake City team
I my.    He    made   .the
Aden. Arabia, Jan. 20.���The Imam
ai Sana Kahya has declared wm
agalnsl the Turks and armed bands
nn    gathering  in   ibe   Yemen   Moot-.
t.litis.      Tic   notorious      Sheik,      Len".
i' ba, has joined tho [mam's Btawi
ard and a rising in Yemen, a region
ol  Southwestern Arabia, i-? expectwS.
Ti.' pretender, Idrize, bas assume
the defensive agalnsl the Turks.   Thn
capital of   \sir province lias been my
I der siege since earlj in December, th*
i   .   n ������ an ' a  large i ai nsoii  bein.
barred in.    A new governor lias henn
appointed owing to the activity of the
Arabs.
DENIES  UNDERSTANDING.
Jack Johnson Declares He Has
Frame-up with Kaufmann.
New York, Jan. '20.���Jack Johnson
denies a secret understanding with
Al Kaufmann to fight in London under
Hugh Mcintosh's management, but at'
the same time says Kaufmann is the
best heavyweight in the world, barring himself, of course.
Johnson says Kaufmann would "eat
up" such men as Jeannette, McVey,
and Langford, simply because of hla
splendid physique, As for Bill Lang,
of Australia, Johnson says Kaufmann
can heat that fedow in a few rounds,
and maybe a half dozen.
"I   don't   believe   Kaufmann    wants
to  fight  me,"   says  the    heavyweight
champion.     "1  hear he challenged me
recently  just  to  boost his  show, and
I don't think he will be ready to talk
business tor a long time.    But whenever he is ready 1 am.
i    "No. there wouldn't  he any interest
in a  tight   between  me and  Langford,
becauee as 1 said some time ago, two
negroes wlll not  draw.    Thai's why I
think  in  time there'll he further    interest   in  the light  between me    and
Kaufmann.    If  Kaufmann  won't  fight.,
I hope this fellow Morris out in Oklahoma  will  amount to something.    I'd
like to U'ck just one more white man
before 1  retire.
"But   I've  got   to  get   my   price,  re
member,  before   1   get   into   the   iin,
with anybody.    How much did 1 mak.
out of the Reno tight ?    Well, all told,
my  end  of    it     was    about   $140,0(1
counting   in   a   $20,1    wager,  an.l   1
ain't blowing it    in.    us some people
would have you believe.
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 IS oz. tin.
Reduction price
20c. per 16 oz. tin,
or 3 tins for 50 cts.
B. C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 137
LOOK HERE!
Five Roomed House
on Eighth avenue, near Twelftn street car line.
Price, $1680.
Lot 66xf32 feet, with fane and stable in rear.
Terms, $566 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA ST.
LEES LIMITED
Remember this is
only for a few
days
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
"������     SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
i
two   games
wiili    th
���  ���
��� ..- last on January 2, he-
. ntal    in    winning    both
llo clambere l aboard    tbe
day, arrived    in  Almonte
is' travol,    played    with
���.���.im ihat night,    drove    to
' . .aught lhe night train,
In Toronto the next morning,
oni tions with the Berlin
��� -.in by (rain the same even-
CARS   MUST   BE   CHANGED.
Payas-ycu-cntcr   By-law     cf     Toronto
Railw.iy   Company   Suspended.
Toronto,   Jan.   20. ��� The   Ontario
railway and    municipal    hoard    gave
Judgment  to lay in  ihe healing of the
i -    .   raise I I etween the City <i Toronto and  lhe Toronto Railway  company  regarding the    pay-as-y iu enter
.s>sieiu.    The board    suspended    the
company's by-law, save in the ca.se al
cars constructed    and   equipped    according to ll e standard laid down by
the   hoard,   with   enclosed   rear   vesti-
bule,   grab  rails  and   large   platforms.
The adoption  of a  rear exit   was left
optional  with  the  company,   which  is
allowed eighteen months to change its
TO  LOWER  RATES.
American and Canadian Express Company Plan General  Reduction.
New   York,  .lan.  21.���At   a  meeting
of the officers of the Canadian    and
American    Express   companies    held
here today,  it  was    announced    that
Through    rates    on    express    matter
would   be  reduced   in   all     offices    in
Canada  ancl  the  l'nited  States.    The
change will  go Into effect wi'.lr.n    a
week ^^^^^*'~*'*
59��PHONES-.(>9t I
��� We are reducing our stock of      \
L k. Welsh 1 Heating Stoves I
See our line and get prices before 1
buying. 1
T�� J.Trapp & Co-, Ltd.
New Westminster, to. v.. l
The People $ Grocer
Phones 193. and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
SHERRIFF, ROSEJJO.
ABOVE THE   FAIR.
We Hare Iti
The.famous Wellington
COAL
WB   RING UP 56  ������
Before your bia is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE. Mgr.
Office. Cornori iohimftta and Sixth Sts.
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Z Lynch Cigars,    Healey's Soda,   Btodd'S Kidney Pills
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WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES  SUPPLIED
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WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 191,
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Society
Alma Leamy, Miss DeWolf Smith, U .
DeWolf Smith, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Ironsides and Mr. Stewart.
|     Miss Marion Martin entertained the
Mrs.   T.   R.   Pearson   will    not   re-   Sewing  circle  on  Mondav  afternoon,
ceive again until February. wi,en   a   very    enjoyable   time    was
���   ��   ��� spent.   The guests included Mrs. Mar-
Mrs. C. C. Worsfold entertained a shall English, Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. Do-
few friends at the tea hour are on herty, Mrs. Bole, Mrs. A. M. Malins,
Tuesday. j Mrs. Ardagh, Miss Corbould and Miss
���   ��    ��� Cotton.
Mrs. J.  II
vit ni ions for
Diamond has Issued in-
u   large "at home"    on
The   members    of  the   Educational
club nf Columbian college, entei tainel
on Tuesday afteinoan at a reception.
Ahout fifty members of the Vancou-
Mrs.    Henry    Do\le    returned    on   vel' branch came over by special car.
Tuesdav lrom a short visit in Steves-iThc   guests   weie   leceived    by   Mrs.
ton with her sister,,Mrs. Darling.        Sippiell.    Mrs.    Cloverdale     Watson,
��   ��� | president   of  the   New   Westminster
Mis.   Stone,    of   Vancouver,    spent   branch,    and    Mis.    Iteed.    provincial
Tuesdav  in  the  citv,  the   guest   0f!president.   They were taken over the
friends. ! college and shewn the Improvements
���   ���    ��� J which have recently been made, and
Dr. and  Mrs. J.  II.  Jones and chil-   a"   expressed   tlui;-   approval   of   the
dren, are staying at  the  Kussell  un-1 new beating plant, which tne  Educa
Wednesday, January 25.
tional   club   were   instrumental   in   in
stalling.   The visitors also noted wit'i
' much  interest  and  pleasure the new
electric fixtures throughout the build-
'ing, and the decorations  which  have
added so much to the appearance of
ithe  rooms.     There  was  a   delightful
program presented in   the Assembly
room.    .Miss   llitchain, assistant  principal,  gave  a   talk   on   higher    education for women, while Mrs. T. R. Pear-
James Brymner .uui Mrs. T. J. Arm-json Played and the collece   students
Strong, 'gave  musical   selections.    Afterwards
��    ��    ��� l the guests were invited to the house-
The Duodecim cluh were the guests ll(,kl science building where the girls
of Miss Alma Lewis on Mondav. The of tlle domestic science class served
members present were Miss Veda dainty refreshments prepared by
Leamy, Miss M'uriel Cotton. Miss themselves, under the directions of
Constance Smith, Miss Shildrick, the Miss Watson. Mrs. Meredith, Mrs.
Misses   Hrown,   Miss   .Josephine   Mar- ] Hobson,   Mrs.   Lee  and   Mrs.   Pearson
til tlieir house, wliich was badly damaged by fire, is renovate.l.'
'   *    ���    *
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Corbould are receiving congratulations on the birth of
a second son, on Thursday, January   IH.
a    a    a
The hostesses for the three hridge
clubs wbicli meel Monday evenings,
were    Mrs.    Qeorge    Brymner.    Mrs.
decorated, the drawing room heing in
yellow    daffodils,   and    the    library,
where   the  ices   where   serve 1,   was
lovely with pink carnations,   'lhe very
I attractive   tea   table   in    the    dining
j room was centered with daffodils and
! violets.    During  the  first   hoar  Mrs.
j Charleson   and   Mrs.   G.   E.   Corbould
J were at the tea and coffee urns, and
j later   were  relieved  by   Mrs.  Gaynor
land Mrs. G. R. Grant. The ices were
| served hy Mrs. Gracey, and helping to
I look after the guests were Miss C6r-
; bould, Miss Cotton, Miss Nora    Armstrong,    Miss    DeWolf    Smith,    Miss
I Wright, Miss Josephine Martin, Mba
' Marion    Martin.    Visitors    weie    ad-
Imltted by little Catherine and Helen
Grant.    Some of those present   were
Mis. English, .Mrs. Drew, Mrs. Martin.
Mrs.   Corbould.  Mrs.  Charleson,  Mrs.
Wolfenden,    .Mrs.     Richardson,    Mrs.
Gracey.   .Mrs.   Cambie,   Mrs.   Fletcher,
Mrs.   Latham,   Mrs.   James   Brymner,
Mrs. Beattie, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Creighton,   Mrs.   Yuengling.     Mrs.   Brydges,
! Mrs. Clute, Mrs. .1. J. Jones, Mrs. Eddy,  Mrs.  Ankeny,  Mrs.  L. A. Lewis.
Mrs.   Armstrong,   Mrs.   T.    J.    Ann-
strong., Mrs. .1. II. Jones, Mrs. J.  il.
Diamond.   Mrs.   Leamy,   Mrs.   Dickinson.      Mrs.      d'Easum,    Mrs. Hihert
Dart,    Mj-s.   Richardson,   Mrs.   Doyle,
Mrs. C. B.Lewis, Mrs. Marshall English.  Mrs. Couthard, Miss  Drew,  Miss
Armstrong,   Mi;s   Lewis.   Miss   Alma
Lewis.   Miss   Leamy,    Miss   Shildrick,
Miss  Josephine  Martin,  .Miss   Muriel
Cotton, Miss Vi la  Leamy, Miss Jones
and Miss Phillips.
MARKET   |
REPORT
Peruna Secrets
You Should Knowl
DEATH OF A REAL
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE
tin  an.l   Miss  Nora  Armstrong.
��    ��    ��
Mrs. James Brymner gave a jolly
little hridge party on Friday afternoon, when two tables were made up.
Those enjoying the games were Mrs.
('.. I). Brymner. Mrs. Brydges. Mrs.
Beattie, .Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. Couthard, Mrs. Gaynor and Mrs. Gordon.
*    ��    *
Mrs. Cornwall gave a most enjoyahle evening on Thursday. Hridge Was
enjoyed for a short time, after which
music was a pleasant feature The
guests included Mr.' bid) Mrs.
Brydges.   Mr.  and   Mrs.  James  Brym-
were in charge of the tea tables.
���    ���    ���
Mrs. li. H. Davidson entertained a
great many friends very delightfully
at a tea in her new residence, Queens
avenue, on Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Davidson, who was wearing a handsome imported gown of hlack crepe
de chine, trimmed with lovely hlack
and white lace, received in the living
hall, where clusters of yellow chrysanthemums brightened tiie appartment,
and were,in perfect harmony with its
hrown furnishings. Miss Davidson, of
Shawnigan Lake, who received with
the hostess, was gowned in white nl-
New York, Jan. 20.���Captain George
II. Boynton, a real soldier of fortune
and tlie hero of several romantic
stories, including tbe Richard Harding Davis novel of that name, is dead.
He was sixty-nine years old. Boynton
was a veteran of many wars in South
and Central America and had fought
I hates, traded in slaves, run blockades and eneaged in numerous filibustering expeditions.
ner,   Mrs.   Beattie,  Miss   Peele,   Miss  non.    All the rooms were charming]
ABOVE   THE   FAIR.
Westminster
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H
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HECTOR   McCAIG.   Manager.
The JWonderful
Girl Show
Miss  Hazel  Kirke
WITH
Stubborn Cinderella
Owing to the fact that the river was
blocked with ice on its upper reaches j
the supply of produce at  the marke
yesterday was hardly up to the standard, but  considering the    conditions!
there was a fair amount.
Prospective purchasers evidently
imagined that there would he a scar
city for the attendance was not large.
The quiet market did not result  in
any   price   changes   of   Importance.
Meats still showed a downward trend,,
owing possibly to the quality showing |
the effects  of  winter,  hut   the    other!
prices       remained      practically      un-
changed.
Potatoes, which  were brought  in in :
fairly  large  quantities,  sold  at   from
$28  to $:i(i  per  ton,    and    there    Isl
little likelihood  of any  great change!
until the new potatoes are offered in j
the spring.   There is not such a great
quantity  of tubers  being  kepi  on  the
farms as  there  wns  last    year,    bin
there seems to be enough to meet all i
reasonable demands and any Btartling
rise in price, such as look place two
years ago, is unlooked for.
lt is expected that next ivck the
Chinamen will begin their purchases
of chickens for the celebration of
their New Year, and thai event will
enliven  the  market   considerably.
Official   Quotations:
Prices recorded were as under:
Beef, torequafters, per lb. CMiC to 7%ci
Beef, hindquarters, per lh. . ,9c to LOc j
Veal, per lb 12 to  L2%c
Pork, per lh 12c
Lamb, per lh lie tn  15c
Mutton, per lh 12c to 14c j
Fowl, per doz $7 to $8 I
Chickens, per doz $lo to $111
Broilers,  per  doz $.") |
Ducks, each   $1.50 j
Turkeys, live, per lb 2Sc to 30c
Geese, each    $1.50
Turkeys .local dressed, per lh .Tic j
Geese, local dressed, per lh. 20c t > 25c |
ICggs.  wholesale,  per  doz I.V
ISggs, retail, per doz 50c |
Butter, wholesale, per lh 30c
Butter,  retail,  per  lh 35c
Apples, per hox   TT.c to $1
Potatoes, per ton  $2S to $30
Great Carnegie Gift.
New York. Jan. 20.��� Andrew Carnegie to lay announced a gift cf $10,-
000,000 to the endowment fund of the
Carnegie Institute of Research at'
Washington. This brings his endowment lo ihe Institute up to a total of
$25,000,000.
Golden Seal, the root of the above
plant, is a very useful medicine. Many
peoplo gather it in our rich woodlands
during tho summer. Fow people know
how valuable it is in dyspepsia, catarrh,
and as a general tonic.
Many thousand pounds of this root are
used each year in tho famous catarrh
remedy, Peruna. This fact explains why
evervbodv uses Peruna for catarrh.
Ask your Druggist for a  Free Peruna
Almanac for 1911.
On   Lulu   Island  road,
within city limits���
5-Roomed House
Newly built; stands on lot 63 hy
Mil feet. Ground cleared, dry,
ditched and thoroughly cultivated.
Price $950
$4(10 cash,  balance  six  and  twelve
months.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
Phone 832.   P. O. Box 771
646 Columbia street,
New Westminster
Rail way Time Tabl
es
B. C. E. R. We.tminit.r Branch.
Week Day Scheaul,.
Cars leavo Vancouver for  ... w ��,
uilnsier at 5:50, 6:50, 7-11 ,���i !
am., and every half hour th,reaat.
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster f,ir v.
couver at 5:5(1, 0:20, 6:50,  .  .;., .',  \
S:00 a.m, and every half hour there,
after  until  11:00 ..m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New w,,,.
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., am
every    halt    hour    thereafter    UD| I
11:30 p.m.
Oars leave New Westminster '     1
couver at  ��:fiu a.111.. an-]  ...
hour  thereafter  until  11  p.m,
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster
n.m. and every hour until  !
Cars  leave   Vancouver  at   7  an., an(1
every hour until lu p.m.
On   Sundays  cars   leave   Westminster
at  8 a.m. to in p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 111 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. m.; arrives Seattle :::l", p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p,
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. in.
Leaves    New    Westminster
p. 111.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p. m,
Leaves    New    Westminster
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SUFFRAGETTE   TILTED
AT    HOME    SECRETARY
SHEHRIFF, ROSE X CO.
ABOVE   THE   FAIR.
London, Jan, Lu.���The cabin, 1 held
Us flrst meeting 10 day for the purpose of drafUng tbe Bpeech from the
throne and a program of legisla;ion
for whai promises to he a hlstorl ���
session of parliament.
The militant suffragettes thickly
dotted Downing Btn et, determine 1 (0
remind the ministers thai their de-
manda were as urgent as any others.
The banner suggested that Horae
Secretary Winston Churchill Bhould
he Imprlsone I. The ai tive bearer ol
this managed to elude the p ill ���,., and
rushed at the home Been Ukry when
he appeared on 1',,. street, Used the
banner as a lance and attempte I to
knock   off   Mr   Chun hill's   b it.      The
pollc ilckly tool; steps to Bti i> the
demons! ral ion.
a. 111.;  arrives Seattle t
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a a.
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Leaves   Seattle  S:ii">
a.
in.;
a-. Ives
New Westminster 11:50
P-
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Leaves  Seattle  12:05
P
m.
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New Westminster 5:55
P
111.
Leaves   Seatl le  4:35
I'
m.;
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New Westminster 9:25
ll-
111.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45
I'
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- ���
New Westminster 6:30
a.
in.
G. N. R.���Pirt Guicbon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridj      passengi
station   Ton   p. m.;    ai 1 Ives
Guichon 6:30 p. 111.
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00   a.m.
daily, except  Sunday;  arrives a'
Westminster bridge passenger
10:20 a. ill.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Lrav es   Sumas   6:10   a. m;    ai
hridge  passenger  Btatlon,   New
minster,   lu:ju   a. m.   dally   exi  ���; t
Sunday.
Leaves. New Westminster I
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; a
Sumas S:iMi p.m. dally except Sui
40   Girls
20   Songs
Chorus   Llessed  with nimUe legs and wonderful
Big   Orchestra
voices.
Miss Kirke faced the ball at the championship lacrosse match between the
Nationals of Montreal and the team below.   " YOU ALL KNOW THEM
CHANGE OF BUSINESS
CLEARANCE SALE
1-4 Off MENS
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 00
Ii 00 Hats reduced to     2 25
OUR SALE OF MEN'S PANTS
We have too many pants !   Have you ?   Our big trouscr sale will occupy
the centre of the stage for the next few days.
The Trousers are all right hut the prices are off!
Notice These Cuts:
$8 00 Fine English Worsted Pants for      $6 00 the   n-
6 00     "      "          "          "       ��                '7 r, ,7   Pt
5 00   "    "      "      ��    ��;;;;;;;;���;;;; 75 ���
4 00 Fine Worsted and Tweed Pants for  ...       3 00
2 00 Heavy Tweed Pants for      '' i 50 <<
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL
6 Pairs Heavy Ribbed Socks, $ l .00
Heatker, Mixed   and   C
rey
&:
Prices $1.00, 75c. 50c. Late cars after the show.
m^hIta*in*wM,./iSe ?�� 9 ��'?,ock instead of s 30  to enable the
merchants to witness the performance of this popular musical show
REID& CO
601 Columbia Street.
The Store of  Satisfaction SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
., ��/ Westminster Land District. Dis-
N trist of New Westminster.
T..|e notice that Edwaid Hawkins,
,vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
0 ,���u to apply for permission to
1nt tlie     following     described
Commercing at a post planted on
i ,..,ch on the east side of the
ILir'ninon channel and joining T. L.
m 41966 on tbe north side and mark-
TEdward Hawkins; S. W. corner,
e.u ',. e 60 cliains to line of limit
i)713, tlience N. 00 chains along
,N" in beach, thence south and west
. beach to place of commence-
.,, i containing 80 acres mom or
LAND ACT.
alon
men
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EDWARD HAWKINS,
j \MES  A  LEWIS,  Agenl
November 28. 1910.
Re lot 466, group 1, in tho District
of N'ew Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate title No. 5870F, issued in thc:
name of Lte Soon, Lee Yick Quon,
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tlie said ceitificate, unless
in iho meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District   Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. ('., January 17, 1911,
GREAF REVENUE
FROM ALCOHOL
New Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
������tic..   that   Cecil   Killam,   of
v'neouver, B. C, occupation barrister
,   ,��    ml ends   to  apply   lor  pormis-
^,;  to   purchase   tho    following   de-
���Ihed lands:
mmenclng  at   a post   planted on
(    h about  i'i  miles northeast
���;         mon(  Point. Jervis inlet, und
",M,  "C   Killam's  Northwest  Corel ��ast  2ii chains,  thence
",,;,,    ..0    chains,    thence    west     20
,. ,������ less, to beach, thence
,     beach  tn place of com-
''. ,.   ...  Bnd  containing 40 acres
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent,
, ,,. | November 29, 1910,
to   the
'Tender
B. C.,'
m., on
me
II!
Scaled tenders addressed
undesigned, and endorsed '
for Steel Tug for Vancouver,
Will be received until 4:00 p.
Monday, February 13, 1911, tor the
construction Of a Steel Tug Boat for
Vancouver, B. ('.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be Been and forms of ten
der obtained at the offices of ll. A.
Bayfield, Esq., Supt of Dredges, N'ew
Westminster, H. (',. Wm. Henderson,
Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B.
c, and on application to the Postmaster ni   Vancouver, ll. C
Switzerland Government
Controls Monopoly���Profits Are Very Large.
Geneva, .Ian. 20.���In 1887,, by a popular cote, a form of referendum, the
Swiss people voluntarily handed over
the monopoly of alcohol to the Federal authorities, who have controlled
the importation, manufacture and
wholesale distribution of spirits���in
quantities of not less than forty litres
since that dale.
The latest statistics, from 1887 to
1909, show how the monopoly has
been worked for the last twenty-two
years, and With what good results.
The loans and expenses required to
establish the monopoly, amounting to
$1,339,200,   were   paid   olf   within  ten
FRENCH AVIATION PAPER
ROASTS THE AMERICANS
Alleges    Many    Mean  AActs    at    the
United    States    Air    Meets���Says
Life   Is   Held  Cheap.
Paris,
Jan. 20.���Tlie following is a
translation from La Revue de I'Avia-
tion published in this city:
"Alfred LeBlanc. Emile Aubrun and
Pierre Gasnier, who liave just returned from America, are not very much
in love with Americans.
"Tliey are brutes!"
"They are savages!"
"They are barbarians!"
These expressions appear to reflect only the scrupulous verity.
"To make dollars, then to make
more   dollars,  ancl   to  make  them  al-
.T._'_".��'i.. lu       '. '.���. .   ���., i .,��� ...,   i ways,  is  tlie  motto  of every   Yankee
years by the government, and tlie profits from the sale of good alcohol, su-   wllr> ������**��������� uny self-respect.      There ls
j peruse I  hy  Federal experts, amount-! nothing  wliich  is  not  a  mere  pretext
ed during the   twenty-two   years   to
$25,880, I.
The profits were divided each year
among the cantons according to their
population, and one-tenth of the revenue was applied according to the law
 ^^^^^^^^ to   counteract    alcoholism,   with    very
Persons tendering are notified that j encouraging results, The government,
tenders will do! be considered unless I b>' abolishing communal and cantona1
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
.,,, ,.  thai   Clint   E.   Dicker
in���, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
lan, Intends to apply foi  per-
,    ,rchase the following de
ad
eiicing at  a post planted on
i     ;n Billings Bay, Nelson Is-
;  mg  P. R. No.  1678 and
,������,,, .     c.  E   Dickermans   North-
thence south "' chain-,
80 i bains, thence north
more or h ss to    I e ich,
t,  |y along beach to place
ement, and c; ntainlng 320
e or li   -
Cl i\t  E, DICKERM \N.
j. A, LEWIS. Agent,
le Xovi mber 28, 1910.
to win money. The entire American
society reposes upon this base. Moreover, thai which is not American,
doesn't exist and should not exist;
for one knows that the United States
is the first country in the world. With
principles  of  this   sort  one  can   see
duties on wines and beer, by -suppress-1 what chance French aviators had to
ing the evil  of tlie many small .stills j defend  their colors at  Belmont  park.
pauons   ami i tlial existed in the country before the!     "Tlle  Statue  of  Liberty  race  is an
of residence     In the case of monopoly, by increasing the taxes on example.   A false time was given out
the  actual   signature   the   na- spirits to three limes as much as be-j and as soon as the   American, John
ture of  the occupation  and' place  of' fore 1887, has carried out its original Moissant, was given the victory, the
-    ''policy of supph.nt ing the use of spirits ^ event was declared linishel.
"During   the  Gordon    Bennett   cup
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures,   stating  their   occupations   anl
plai es
firms.
WOMAN    OWNS    BIG    FARM.
Mis,
Hillman    Succeeds    as     Grain
Grower   in   Saskatchewan.
St. Paul, Jan. 20.���Miss R. N. Hill-
man, the American-Canadian advocate of free trade between the lan.l of
her adoption nnd her native land, Is
the active head of a profitable farm
of nearly 2000 acres. She was born
in St. Paul and for some years was
well known as a stenographic reporter. Shortly before leaving for Canada, she moved to a Wisconsin farm.
Here, she became interested in farming. She longed to get out on the
western prairies, so with what capital
she had, she took what she c:ills a
long chance and staked her savings
in Canadian Iand. What she did, she
persists many girls now working on
a small salary can do.
With her mother and small brother she went Into the country, purchasing supplies in a blind way, for
she knew very little about farming.
She is now classed as one of the large
grain gi'owers fn tlie vicinity of
Moose Jaw, and recently lefused i
place on the directorate of tlie Grain
Growers' association, which piled into cars 1300 sirong and took Ottawa
storm in the interest of free trade
PROF. HAWKINS DESCRIBES
FIRST MEN OF ICE AGE
Authority cn Pleistocene Says Glacial
Period   Was   of   Long   Duration���
Birthplace of the Human Race.
1>\
or at least, reciprocal trade relations.
From small beginnings her land pos-
essions grew. At first, it was forty-
five miles from the railway. It was
a waiting game, but market camq as
it must inevitably to a fertile country
and now what was once the frontier
lias a station within easy hailing distance.
FORESTRY CONVENTION.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
residence of each member of the linn
must   he given.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted rbe ice mi a chartered
ban i. payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to ten per cenl (10 p. c.) of the
amount of the tender, which will be
forfeited it the person tendering de
cline to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so. or fail to complete the work contracted for. lf tlie
tender be nol accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The  Department  does nol  bind  it
Bell   io accept  the lowest or any  tender.
llv order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
Department  Of Public  Works. Ottawa.
January   12,   1911.
Newspai eis w ill n i be pai l tor this
advertisement ii they Insert it without authority tr un the Department.
by that of fermented beverages, and
above all. has succeeded in reducing
drunkenness an 1 increasing the
health of the Swiss people.
In  1904 the consumption of alcohol
of 50 per cenl in Switzerland was per
Ihead   I  litres go centlKt:e3,   and   In
I 1909 it bad fallen to 3 lit.es 72   cen-
'tllitres, ami i-i said to be gradually decreasing.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
race, the time was posted.    Gasnier,
who did not care to he taken   for a
"pear"  (the equivalent of the American word sucker) veiified the time bv
a superb chronometer.     Inasmuch as
tlie time- made hy Lehlanc was really
under what  was announced.    Gasnier
lucked.    The soi-disant  official   timekeepers, who stood hack of bim marking   the   minutes   and    seconds,  saw
I their  en or  and   'phoned  in   a   lively
j fashion to rectify the figures.
Cut  the   Wires
Fire   Protection  an   Importint Theme
at Meeting in Quebec.
Quebec. Jan. 2o. ��� Hon. Si lney
Fisher delivered the first address at
the Dominion forestry convention yesterday. He congratulated the province on Us work in lire prevention,
particularly along the line of the railways.
J.  G.  Peters, of the  l'nited Stetes
forestry commission, reviewed conservation work there.    Ile said 5000 fire^
cost   $25,000,000.   destroying   a   forest
: area of 4,000,000 acres;   34 per cent.
' of the fires were caused by railways
Dis-
Ke/.  Westminster   L.^nd   District
trist of New Westminster.
notice thai  Leslie L.  Dicker-
rer, B. c. occupation
ti nds to apply for per-
. 'base the following de-
Culiii: ��� at    a    post    planted   on
est Bide of Sechelt
��� northeasl   corner of
��� i marked "L. L, Dlck-
.:..   N'orthwesl    Corni r."   tin nee
. tl ence i as' 20 chain-.
ith   50   chains,   (lence   eas'
more nr less to the beach.
and wesl along beach t i
���   ��� nl   an i   containing   320
��� < r less.
LESLIE L, DICKERM \N.
J, A. LEWIS. Agent.
ml er 29, 1910.
Take   notice   that    an    application1
has been made, to register Emma Mc-i
Laren,    William    Chalmers    McLaren j
and   .lohn   Edward     Valillee,    as  tl.e.
owners in fee simple, under a tax sale
deed   frcm    C.    C.   Fisher    to    John
MacLaren, bearing date the 1st -day of
April, A.   D.  1902, of all and  singular
thai   certain   parcel   or   tract    of   land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the  District of New  Westminster,
in  the   Province  of  British   Columbia,
more particularly  known and describ
.era  wa!
"Twice   tlie   wires   conti oiling   the  The cost of extinguishing
commands   of  the    Bleriot   apparatus   $1,000,000.
which    Aubrun   piloted, -were    filed. 1     C.   B.   Hall,  Quebec  forestry  super-
Warne 1    In    advance    iof    American : intendent, advocated tbe setting aside
The following article on "Tbe First.
Men" recently appeared in the London  Daily Mail:
Professor Boyd Davvkins, one of
the great authorities on the mammals of the Pleistocene or Ice Age, in
his Huxley memorial lecture at the
theatre of the Civil Service Commission, Burlington Garde.ys, recently,
marshalled the evidence which points
to the fact that man first appeared in
that epoch.
The view of the higher antiquity of
man based on the discovery of chipped flints in earlier ages has been
rendered untenable, as it can be
proved that these forms can be, and
indeed have been, produced by natural agencies. The skull and thighbone found by M. Dubois In Java,
in 1894, Professor Dawkins regarded
as belonging to a real precursor of
man, not oniy appearing at a point
the geological history where
to be expected, but in a tropical region taken by Lord Avebuiy and
others to have heen tlie birthplace of
the human race.
ln Europe, continued tlie professor,
there is ample evidence of tlie existence  of  the  river-drift  man  and  ef
the cave-dweller in the caverns and in
the  river  valleys of the Glacial  Age
over   the   whole  region   hetween  the
Mediterranean and the Baltic  Europe
in the  Ice Age was  invaded  drys hod
by   the  earliest  men   from,  the  south
by  way of Gibraltar and Sicily.    The
climate then was continental in character, with cold winters and hot summers.
I The river-drift man's implements
' mark liis existence in North Africa,
Palestine, Arabia and India, and over
tbe south and middle zones of Europe
as far north as Yorkshire, crossing ou
foot from Germany  and France.
Th.e cave-man, marking an advance
in culture, lived almost wholly in the
in
was
reserve    all    mountainous    lands\ regions north of the Alps and Pyre-
and
at
re-
the
trickery)   he took  particular pains to t ,.=   .coo..^    ....     ...���,...., ���..    	
verify his machine before each flight.I carrying 50 per cent, arable soil.   He I nees. and his -weapons are found nort.li
Thus, in two instances, be prevented   urged    the need    of    better    patrols, 10{   Yorkshire.     The   cave-men   prob'i
hy  4 he   discovery   of  the  filings,   the'.lookout    stations,    regulations, timber 1
most frightful of catastrophes. 'drives'and  telephone   systems  where]
"Lehlanc  Btarted   in  the  cup   race'. roads were non-existent or scarce.
I with an insufficient amount of petrol, j    The afternoon session was given U|
There was certainly in this, a guilty ito a consi '.eration of proposed le2isla
manoeuvre,   made   with   ihe   view   coition dealing with forestry matters.
THE CANADIAN   NOP "HERN   PACI
FIC   RAILWAY.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
Tbe    righl    to    cul    timher    unde:'
--���license on Berth No, 531, comprising
In;|the following lands in the Province oi
British   Columbia,   will   be  offered  at
: public   auction   at   the   upset   price   ul
i $4 in, al : o'cloi k p.m., on Wednesday, the  '-"'ih  day  Of  March  no-\t, at
���the  ollice  of  the     Dominion    Timber
Agent at  New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 531, situate in
the Province of British Columbia. In
Township 5, Range 27, west of the
Sixtli Meridian, and comprising that
portion of the northeast quarter of
Section 11, not covered by Berths 42,'i
and 171. and containing an area of SO
acres, more or less.
A license will not be issued until
tbe full amount of the purchase price,
and the grounl rental for the first
year, have been paid.
Tbe conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc-., are contained in the
Timher Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at N'ew Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior.
Ottawa, December :;:'.rd, 1910.
more  particularly   Known   anu   ucjuh,-   mair >���.....    ...    .
ed as Southwest quarter of Section 11,  preventing the French champion from
Township 7. winning   the   event.     Unfortunately,
You and those claiming through or Lehlanc. trusting to the watchfulness
under you anl all pers ns claiming of his machinists, himself neglected to
any interest in the said land by vir- verify things. The negligence of his
tue of any unregistered instrument, employees came near costing him hi;
and all persons claiming any Interest j life,
in tl.e said land by descent, whose! "At Pelmont park nothing was ir.
tne is not registered under the pro-1 readiness tor the cup race. Pierre Ga+
visions ol the "Land Registry Act/'jnier passed his entire lime defending
aie reiuired to contest the claim oft the interests of th.e French aviators
tlie tax purchaser within forty-five j He had to do everything, see every-
days from ihe date of the first publi- j thing. The Americans, who made lk-
cation of this notice upon you, and in I tie of the lives of tlieir own country-
default of a- caveat or certificate of li; I men, only mocked the mote at the
pendens being tiled within such per- lives of foreign aviators, and above
hid. or in default of redemptijn before j all of those of the French.    If Pierre
SWIff, ROSE & CO
bly came into Europe from
treated into Northern Asia
close of the Ice Age.
Tbe   Ice   Age   was    undoubtedly   of
vast   duration   and   the   antiquity    cf
man is corresponding great   imt. concluded the professor, "the  mo     min
lately I examine the events that have
j taken   place   since   man   api ���   ���< d   in
I Europe the more profouudl-  am i i._
* . pressed with the vastness of ni_ an-
;ticiuity  and  with  the futility  of  any
attempt  to compute  it  tn   terms   of
years."
registration, you and each of you wi,l
he forever estoppel and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of tlie said 'land, and I shail
register Emma MacLaren, William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee as owner thereof in fee
Gasnier  had   not   demanded   that   the j
current in the electric supply wfVes be
cut off. Lehlanc would have been ele-
trocuted then and there.
"Since then, the presi lent of the
Aero Club of America. Cortlandt Bishop, has heen unseated.    It is a satis-
Pu nt to section 7 of the navlga-
! �� ti | rotectlon act (R. S, Can.,
cap 1151, notice is hereby given that
then i en deposited in the office
of the minister of public works at Ottawa, and a duplicate in the ollice ol
the registrar of deeds at New West-
mins'":. British Columbia, plans and
descriptions of tbe site and side ele-
' n of a proposed railway wharf to
be constl icted at Port Mann, British
Columbia, and that one montli after
the flrst insertion of this notice, the
company will apply to the Qovernor-
ii Coum il for the approval thereof.
Dated   al    Toronto,   Ontario,    this
twenty-eighth dav of December. HU0.       Sc;iie;l  tenders    addressed    to    the
R. II. M. TEMPLE. undesigned, and    endorsed    "Tende
Assistant  Solicitor.       . ��� three 2Co yard dump    SCOWS    foi
'Vancouver, B.C.," will be received    at
tbla office   until 4 p.m., on Monday,,
I ranuary 30, 19U, ror the construction
0f three 2(50 cubic yard dump scows
! for Vancouver. B.C.
Plana   specification and    form    on
contract can be seen and    rorms   ol
'tender obtain il the offices ol H. A,
Bayfleld, Esq., Sup��rintmde!it_ol
Dredges, New Westminster, B.< ., William Hendenon, Esq., Ui-sIi1.mii Architect Victoria, B.C., and on appli iation
t0 tiie Postmustor al Vancouver, B.C
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will no! be considered unless
made on the printed forms Buppli*
;m,l Blgned with their actual signatures 'stating their occupations am
places of residence. In the case 0
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ firms, tbe actual signature, ��li1��' I,nJ.^j;
|; N|'Tickjs HEREBY GIVEN ttatl, j "J^6 "flench ��memb< r'' of' I he  firm
ward Valillee as owner tnereoi ... �����<=.   up, ....�� ���<-.   ....----~-
And  1  hereby  order  that  publication   faction  a 11 ttle tbin 1   is *��*        **
of this notice for thirty days in a
daily newspai er published in New-
Westminster, will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,,  this 9th day   of   January,
A. D. 1011.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
who also makes dollars, had taken up
on himself the Baltimore meeting.
There were no prizes. There only
seemed to be. Aviators were engaged. Speculating upon the "backs of
tbe flying men" Bishop establishei
himself as manager. Can you see a
Frenchman engaging aviators for a
meeting to make money?
"But in America that sort of thing
all right?
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 parity and quality.
Th?re 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
tlie 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 chances.
Handscne booklet of valuable information to mother* and nurses sent f: tt upon application.
Sold by "Best Grocer*  E-Ocrytuher* *
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY     =:       u     IiK��moI1. On��.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
  moving from   our   present
mi Columbia stieet to slit Car-
 i. where we will still con
the  same  business   of   team
n ���. wood and coal.
Iro io thank our  friends for
the li ii ral   patronage  accorded   us  in
land, and trust   we will still
'     them and a lot of new ones at
'   '  ' ���      | line.
BELYEA fi CO.
���   phones, 150 and ~'.'<2.
Coal office phone SID.
TO   WHOM   IT   MAY   CONCERN.
���	
premises
III!
Wi
ilU
! 'ii  Elley, lately carrying on the
'"ess   of   Hotel   Keeper    on    the,
known   as   the "Merchant
el." 830-841  Columbia Street, Now I
'tminster, B. C, have sold all my j
ust   therein to Joseph   Reid  and
Charles  Lewis, of the  City  of   New
Westminster, B. C., and 1 will not be
responsible for any debts contracted
'" "ie premises alter the date hereof.
Al"l I will not he responsible to any
1,1    ii or persons for luggage or bag-
^""  left'   in  said   Hotel   after   said
i, ii .
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on ll chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to 10 per cenl. of the
amount Of the tender, which will le
forfeited lf the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fall to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the   cheque
. will he returned.
I     The Department docs not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Bv order,
R. C. DESROCHERS.
^^^^^ Ji Secretary.
NOTICE. Department of Public Works,
 "��-   who  have    listed     property Ottawa, January 7, 1IU1.
VM|li lloiniio i'   ���� u ... Newspapers  will not   he    paid    for
tavo.   nunte & Mahony will confer a  thls advertisement if thev  insert   it
D  I.   BOURI'E without authority rrom    the    Depart-
1316 Cariboo Street.
Dated  at   New Westminster,  B. C,
lhl; Ititli day of January, A. D��� DHL
REUBEN ELLEY.
Three of tbe pronOaeat people with
 ��� ***. ,   r^-i �� .�� tiit. finpri  House Saturday evening.
A Stubborn Cinderedi   at the Open PAGE BIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21
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witli Johnson's Prepared Wax. It i>rp-
Bervei aud brings out natural beamy of
the wood, lt produces a rich, artistic
lln'sti. to wliich dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see liow
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
i��"A Complete Finish and Polish-for All
Wood." Use it on your tloors and woodwork, too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax is
book. "The
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LUSBY
COLUMBIA STREET
John W. Smith, of Neepawa, Manitoba, was a guest at the Hotel Russell
yesterday.
All the city    schools,   which have j tram office
been closed for some days tin account
of the water shortage, will re-open 01.
Henry Bissell, of Ruskin. was in the
citv yesterday on business.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
Phone 310. **
Our Big Alteration Sale
Monday.
The semi-annual    meeting    of   the
N'ew Westminster Co-operative    asso
ciation will be held on Monday night,
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone B208 *���
The body of PoliO Acille. an Italian
who died at the Royal Columbian hospital a few days ago. was burie.l yesterday in the  eighth street cemetery. ^
Bighl  different    programs    of   thej    The real estate firm of McAdam A.
best ""music   with explanatory "talks,"   Irwin, which has been doing business
1 auder Recitals  February 1, 2,  on Columbia street for some time, lm*
McAdam
at the
3  and
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More tjian one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need, to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
* Principal.
We are headquarters for
Carpenters'
Tools
The quality is
the best we
can buy and
our prices are
not so "worse"
james & McClughan
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Work.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WlNDOWjj
Rev. A. P. Baker wi'l conduct the
services at the Kdison theatre tome.
row afternoon, commencing at hai:
past three o'clock. The services ar.
for men only.
Tickets for the Native Sons' dance
on January 30 aie on sale nt Johnston's shoe store. Major's miuic .tore,
H. Morey fi Co., Phillips' clothing
store and Tidy, the florist.
B, P. Dill, of this city, has joined
tin* staff of Reid, Curtis & Dorgan,
real estate agents. Mr. Dill will tak^-
charge of the city sales and listin?
department.
We have the cheapest lots in the
city for sale on Filth and Sixth
streets; all cleared, rfeady to build;
come in and see us about them.
White,  Shiles  &  Co. **
Lot 50x109, cn Dublin street, near
Fourteenth sfeet; comfortable four-
root, fiou.e, scalei; price $140o, $400
on mortgage, balance to arrange. Hea
White, Shiles & Co.     , *"
Partnership dissolved. The partnership heretofore existing between McAdam & Irwin as real estate and insurance agents at 744 Columbia street,
has been dissolved and the business
will be continued by Mr. McAdam. **
For sale on Third avenue, premises
192X297, with good ten-room house;
grounds all in lawn and orchard;
right on car line. Terms can be arranged to suit.. White. Shiles &
Co.
Inman Singh, a Hindu who had
been released from the penitentiary
after furnishing a bond of .4006 under
the stipulation that he was periodically to appear at the court house in
Vancouver and report, faile.l to show
up yesterday, although he was due.
The police both in Vancouver and
Westminster are looking for him.
Full  f.G-foot  lot cn Fourth  avenu?.
near   Second   street,   comfortable    7-
rcom   house   with  full   cement  base-
I ment.  only   $3000,  easy  terms;   only
1 small  cash   payment.    White,   Shiles
' & Co.
I
Two Vancouver hold-up men, Gray
; an 1   Scott,   were   brought   over   from
' Vancouver yesterday    and    taken    to
the penitentiary.   The first man is to
! receive  fifteen  yeais and  the    ether
'seven.    Gray  is the man  who  when
j be attempted to bold up a man named
Cornwall  i:i   Vancouver was  knocked
! down and held-up by his would-be victim. *   '
The  Paystreak   went  np lhe  rive
' as  far as  Whonnock yesterday,    bu
; beyond that tbe ice in the river   wat<
: practically solid and she put back   tr.
: Westminster.    Tlie    boat    could    no;
��� make Langley and Port Kells on the
i south side of tbe river on account ct'.
the  ice.    The  Paystreak   will  go  ut��
again on Monday and try to make )!�����
way farther up the river.
East Uurnaby real estate is showing a tendency to move a little more
swiftly than usual these davs. The
H. C. E. K. is now running poles to
supply electric light to that district,
the water scheme shows signs of coming through, and the interurban line
via Burnaby Lake is being proceeded
with rapidly. This lias had tie le-
sult of creating a slight, flurry in real
estate values.
Three men bearing tho ancient and
honorable names of 1). Smith, J
Brown und W. West were brought t ,
the cdty yesterday by Constable Mat-
theson, of Cloverdale, and John Gordon. The men are charged with
breaking into summer cottages at
Blackie Spit and stealing go ids to the
amount of about $40. Tbey weie arrested on the other side of the bound
ary. They were at once In ought up
before Captain Pittendrlgh, who le-
manded their case for eight days.
Major Johnson, of the 104tli regiment, has issued a regimental order
appointing non-commissioned officer.)
as follows: A company, color sergeant, R. F. Griffith; sergeants, W.
Matthews and D. Mori ison; corporals,
L. O'Connor, 11. Wiggins. E. Toinlin-
son and D. West; lance corporals, G.
Sutherland and It. KangKter. B company, color sergeant, j, T. Burnett,
sergeants, II. O. Wade and II W.
Sangster; corporals, F. J. Simpson,
F. J. Neilson, G. K. Corbett and A. G.
Cole; 1 ince corporals, A. Keir, !���'.
Knight, E.  Neilsen ; nd S. A. Dai'ey.
dissolved partnership.    Mr.
will continue tlie business.
Emil Wilcox, of Devil's Run, 1 as
been summoned to appear before Fisheries Inspector C. B. Sword today on
a charge of having steelhead salmon
in bis possession contrary to law.
This is the first case of this nature
to be beard for a lung time in Ne v
Westminster.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Must now   depend   upon   our
advertisements and price tickets
to tell the story of the many  offerlngB   within   tlie  store.    We  arc now without show window
to present to the view of tho passersby the leading lines on sale   Hundreds nf customers hair profln
by making their purchases here during tlie past  tew weeks.    They  have   gene   forth   relating    io    the
friends  tlie  savings  possible on  every  article  throughout   the s^re,     We  double  our  efforts  to
shopping here worth while despite the many Inconveniences.
���
TODAY'S   ADVERTISEMENT PRESENTS AN  ATTRACTIVE LIST OF WORTH WHILE REDUCTION!
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
The Public
Supply Stores
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we
have quite a large
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
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Two Special Offerings
in Allover Lace
A clean up of flfty pieces of
Allover    laces,    nets,    etc.,    in
lengths varying from 1\*. to   12
yards.
At 25c. per yard
IS to 20 inch cream and white
Oriental Allovers, 'it', Inch ecru
net, white Torchon, Allover, etc.
Regular values 50c to 75c per
yard. This lot to clear, per
yard   25c
At 50c. per yard
2b 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 tor
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 l1^ to .'.j
inches high, 12% to 16%
inch rr.'es. in hemstitched and
embroidered. Excellent choice
of styles. Tl.e 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 sl/.es >:,
t'.U. 6% and 7 only. A reduction such as here mentioned Is
owing to the fact that the
gloves are slightly soiled. Included In the lot are five pairs
Ill-button grey Suede, in
All Reynier
per pair $1.35
of
si/e    i','4    only.
made. Sale price,
:
Wide White Embroideries, 25c. per yard
Regular Values 40c to 60c.
Nainsook and muslin embroideries, corset cover embroideries, etc., in widths ranging from S to IS inches. Sale
price, per  yard    25c
Double Bed Quilts,
$1.35 each
Regular  Value  $1.75  and  $2.00.
Heavy    white    hemmed    bedspreads,    good    quality,   easily
washed; si/es 76x86 inches. The
lot to clear, each
$1.35
68-inch Table Linen,
60c. per yard
Regular Values 75c and 85c.
An opportunity for restaurants or hotels lo secure a line
grade of table linen suitable tor
everyday use. About 160 yards
in the lot, several patterns, pie
white,   68 Inches   wide,   good
weight   and   even   finish.     Sab'
price, i er yard    60c
Women's   Morning
House   Waists,
95c. each
Regular   Price  $1.25.
A   big   lot   of   old   v.;i
put out at this price.    | | .
made  of   wrapperette  and   : ,:
nelette     fancy     patterns,    all
colors,    si/es    '.',2    to  11
price, each    95;
Tailored White Waists,
$1,50 each
Regular Values up to $2.75.
No more popular walsti
ever been in    the    store.    We
have but  tbe remains    ot
styles, all new.    Materials   arc
Madras vesting and linen. These
will  go    quickly,    Sale    ;
each   $1.50
Two   Special Lines of
Underskirts, lst lot
95c. each
Black sateen underskirts wl
double   frill,   full   si/es,     hi l
weight, good black. Our ;���
$1.26  line.    Special Bale    pi I
each    95;
Second lot. $1.26 each. Brok ������
range of sizes In a number
styles   have  been   gathered    ti
gether to make this lot    B
sateen,  moreen    and    tnoin tl
are the materials  used in  pin::.
and  colors  and  fancy    strl
Regular  values  $1.75  to  $2.75
Sale ivi'ice, each    $1.25
Boys' Heavy Sweaters,
65c. each
Regular     Bchool     Bweati
heavy, strong and dark i
Here  in  combinations    I
and red, na\y and cardinal  m
car linal   and   v\ hite.    All
Regular values up lo $1.00. Sa
price, each 65c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,��I00,0()0
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tlie
Atlantic to tlte Pacitic; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGBAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World,
These   excellent    connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
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Hotelkeeper Fined.
Nanaimo. .Ian. 20.���Joseph Carpenter; proprietor of tbe Ka. lo bote', was
found guilty in the city police court.
yesterday on an Infractim of the II :.
nor license legulaliohs, and fined $l'i
and costs.
Five and len Acre Blocks
CLOVERDALE���Five acres, a new bouse and good burn, 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.
iSHERRIFf, ROSE & CO.
ABOVE  THE   FAIR.
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CLOVERDALE���Ten acies fu ly cleared. This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a first class market garden or poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange on easy payments.
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F.J.Hart&Co.,Ltd.j
Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove ���
The House of Quality and Low Prices
January Sale
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 & Lewi
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and  Fourth Streets    New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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