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 Port Mann
WHITE.. SHILES & CO.
DaiiD
TYPEWRITERS [
ti-iiTiua-t'   NfafHa  Si   Per  Montn.
WHITE.. SHILES & CO.
NEW    WLfiv   METER
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li    ii     in   i.i.:.mi    in I    li  ���    ��������� ailiu
wiu   uiiniunioiiul.'   (ic.'iiuu.  ti   boll   .
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il     llirilllll'.'t       Ic       10:   111":;       loi
I     in   tOSS ni:   lint   mmi    -i.'i- .
tbi   aflVlBI bill '    D    nullity   ;    inn-
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18   staling    that  ic    i
he III
ii'.-
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wai .fat -c-ni-.i"! ��� ugisemen bafori
in  meufiun iial  beei  qpei   lm discus
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wull versed  ba nt
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Last   One  Week���Cit.-:.:,
tallf .-,:.-: Presents.
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lib i   ii    i.i    m   am ��� ontion
Thro bn DKgatibBttiDn
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In    LitiOTull    tlnuiu.' tti    nm"(    in". -i
ani      in    sunlit!'    .    cundiUiiu    vui    ::n
ll    Hell    'ir     m    ne::    I inniiiiini
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IHI      In       I "ll  "      llu
Ih   Immunol     iv-tri-
.om'   measu i        btomi
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In   buI if-:  ban    perrandO
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t.   ww  <������ nueut   ii   tit*  "'���
uni    tbat    the   FeeTtnt rtl Om
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High  Cost  o'  Living.
'   'her matter hc to.k led on wss
. -    . M)   ,ii   111 l>S     ll   lhe  Oon
.. platform si the nvcv.: < t c
��� waa set fort li that .-a: iln C'x"
ivned by the proTtnea bIkwM
toed and the price ot coal Ul����
��� down.    But   though  tem ol
I        tnda of acres  ol  coal  lan>l  had
Itsposed ot not one acie had
- set aside for the use of the p��0
He recalled some history which
.ken place at the time hc WM a
,! ��� ' -I of the house. He bad wanted
the .overnment to institute an inqulrj
into the high price of coal, bui every
uondnn, .an   :" ��� "'m   sc mt  n    nt
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in "i  I .in: don  iDHttt
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Canada   bin   tliii- wu.
"in    ;u"if   rafonneM
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ii'!   nu"   In
regarded    !Tlu
sonit ir tin  in.
^^^^ vitb
ani     nt    hn
enthusiastic
SEERESS SOON
TO BRIDGE Sm
iv!e:::;:r See- Shmit  Cut To
.-'���. ���:.- ; Land by Way of 13k
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in:   pveparatiom   nr   tin     t   !:n      m*
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nt.'Hi io- i  Bra   "in;;: time
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11 :ii"��t   ��� cu'
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n fi ""nm: hlllittst 1UU11. Lilt llitni :
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unit it fathom urn .m nacUfiroiiiii,
toi B ln.it .unit :-���.' vi l :iivmi:;t co.
it"".nnn ii 'lim-' tout uiu n a i
in: iU'.:ii"iin:ioi o ui tiur tin Ciiniu
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height un .   Mm la?    m :; tor   couign
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iu ' ;     ir nin.l    .in   until   ::imv   imt     I ���:
u"li!'l   Wl I   ttlflioul ' in   Bhudfe
i    in menntinif 1  ICienl a   Wilaoi .
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'tin       v i i        in      ii niiHin      Hi-ir B e
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.niiiinn:   lmnn'tlu: ""     orgauiaet
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ti     V llsm :     ii unci,     i     niir'in"     ti
nt"t!ii"   miles   without  i   btirj
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i!!""'mn  '.���oiiitr.ioi.     ri!C  minii"   o   loot
vm   niiiioii   exhaus bi   anf   hai   bail
bat ll"ll!'l      "Illlllll!'!"'      Vlll   !     '."Oil     til!
Bttecti   ii    :nt   "on   am    .in   iter "in:
linvliii:    n     wn" Bl    unou     in.:'      ".lm
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Snt wu: a:i>!!i 'i Buwgaxrdi anl r
i: t::;ii!t"i!tt nu Hin vil reoavei n-
.noii(.:l      ine     't.'iiHoi.     itttemt     it      in
ure-itti:
Nt "."act nm iitttn niuiii i>' V'iiKtn.
mn i i; aonsidesBt uinutH: oast ah
tbut  he tell b  p*aj   to tin   wolvefc.
'O.ttuwu.  San   :" ��� ".'m   heal I     i
������!!��� ��� "im" ;    ba    hei ease Sl! uaBei a
vpho .   .!" ei   ,i.   nt   ��� . ���
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v i   -      v   i    i"    n    ;n i: lim    :u
in ���   i.ia    in   emergency   hoaplta     e
v biol   .in   ��� I ���   Bound   bai    matti
:���; i      v il.  in   oi'tilnti: on  Huturilii.'-
; Dr. 1 t^m Mate? Enitourag'-
-.  T't^teraent to the KEeai
- Advises Vaccination.
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V'ir.to'"iB  .'utitc
Damaged
teamei
Bteaiwai '"".itifiedinj tc
Own Ppvitr���Bad I
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''���"ii   vm   tloutet    nn  afternoon
Sin i.c:;.!'i hi in" passengers ant h
imt ' n Jn ic uu' Hl.t hai i in
mil' i��t! ll liiunif ��� ��� il in" ui' v .. i
iiiiii. ami ii iem n m iii-vii'i bullae
tank u n ii-ttfiiiii: mc! uiuit" hei
ovi steam "'in liumiii hae] hei hm
Ivon   vine'
ViCIORU K NEED
of wm nm
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man! i" i' Pagai to i Kawi t_o��.
aetata ������>. lati laa nigin vm fo tut
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i nii"i.-i.n"' ii : iiiin form v<i neutiif.
hai  Docunset an.  atthougl   __ax nan
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theli niici ���������"���!" bts
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tun.      .'nill'vimi   '-.v   n   looKiiif   ufte'-
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r.ai'v.'i"   Dnnmilaainngw  -mtet   tc
A-puniemt   fan   -liptitr   f-.nxeb
H oi'.'."!n.   Ban   :" ���"'nt     mun     o
.--   V 1 ' "OllinuHSlDll!!"! nut" COU
.: ii-i  ii!'i."'iiii tut evlttenof n. Bonnet
i >:   vi i     ni   appiicatim   o     in   ��� i.i-
"Hi  "!"       Illll.'l       ,1 "1111!       ill'      ill       0"-llf'
������     .: g tht 1^    il     mv ���:���      i;^
������ ���    en    "���!'i:.i,   rates
" nt   i.niPh; ai i:11   .   ���   '���-���   I  snrtmina-
:ioi   ;i      ������.:      "i  "i   v ae     of    L.ukt
���ic     1.1 :    ���     ' it'tl'ft    1 ' ���  :
���e-i     "-; IHc   fKanSit-e"    ' I tames     rti'
���il. Ii"';      ;.;        . n    "1.  Bt    v.",      ; ;���    ain
'..: tn 'i    be a eat tn ��� ��� m n
in   :'���!���������- ���   ton.
: ������.    y.xti-
;       "        ;.. -   ,       ���,. ���-
opinions oivioeo.
Indication? Tha: Accommodation Will he Inadequate
For Tourist Traffic
f zt-tri-i l.,i,nct*-*ri-r-  O.- N<m   *..'���<���.   i-.-
l^r.'ifM'^.-;t.\.
Otrsw*   .T-.TI    -���:'     i.fndint     <������---
Inmbfi-rrifn  pit  tfo&fft   >-���.:���.��']*.���  divide.
.-,r,  i>-,-  berreftfi if""  *      "������������ "���     ������������
ibf  <it|i\   f*n   <'nrt'trfftn   inrnhei-      Pom"
Sft>   tt""   ���'���   ��� ���'���   ������������������. ������   **,-\\\ rirnr
"cfricrviMy. rchilt  tSittPrtt thkifirhi i
��� * ��� ......... .   ,   ftfehfrtn^  ^.'iH
��������� ��� ���   ���   i ���idf
i\-ith   ���      ��� ��� -  ' ��� t   in  the Tnitcd   g'l   ������
'���      ��� ||
Victoria. .Ian. ZI-.���"One of the ntus'
BBEiOtB   I'-oiimnn   ������nil. 'until::      : ���    ..������ ���
im   a     ba   ���"��� -   n    Pinto n
n; '     u-    contuni'.'t      ll      tin      ill".       I
V'liu:   1."!    vt    ^niliL   M    u:    ,,    p  .    rn-
thi     n ��� t       B "' in.iii.ptii    nil     BBOBBaai '
Ti     huiillr    tht    : in,".- if.      ..        I ,
.;.|.  sutiitii. ' '
���   -       o���l     v nf nniut  11 it- B
int   ' '   ������   ���-��� t   " mm    �� I .
. ���    -       eet    a*.-.r   r  -    -     e
b were o ���   ���.   ��� ���
. . tmt   ...   . ������   tif point
'.-,ai   in   .. ��� -���     ���     ���'    ol    ''>���
-.      .     . .    .     . ,i   . .   . .    i"    ii...
.  .. : pot-     an,I      ll..'      . l.'oin^
down ai  that  i^'tc __* _api\\n\  tun
. iiip hotpi ��.. iinimi'ii. i. n oi the
,;;<   \\**.\   lipcn   ..piionoi\   curtailed
ihai    lo.t-.i    ihe     1.jhimco=     f.n.1    ,-i!.. .
].-,.lni<.   l.,M.-.la      ,m   MM     ��'.pitfll     '���������
h��".-     il.,.      :,.,,w.ni,-.,l'.li"il      ,,*.,]
th*-- !i'int��p aivd 'h-p ii.".- �����!.' 'V\t '" i
rii'-.'HTon? thnt ftv*\ brtici-** w" '���  t  	
r<i in 111110 t'or the fimrorr ftpsl   1
A   fn "tor in  tho sin'nt.fnn  thu? ou'
Ifnr ri  fs th-it  a ntimtTi   of  l".  t
���' ���   ei't  'l'on of n'e^ hot'eYs '���
.idvftiit' ���'  '"   ���'     ' ��� ' . ' "���  I'l
��� (   i-i  >' t   ���.   ent   te l-
���   "     pebpl    op the iciVn iiilum !
���ninati in    at   an    <:arl. j p,tll,a  DTfic*
nuiBt  buve come in before lir
V US     OOtlBel     ll     til!     lillitllHl: '
Villi     ��� III     V!llllll!    ini)i"t;Ki    01       tilt
pUOpll    '      Sil.ll       lit.       "tllll lit      ill   IIU'.UIL
In.::   11    :in   luiiun   11    :n��   paqpli    D  :iit.p
ge timiiisti" !ti vaochtotei Bl vnuiut-
vii ii! 1 ��� oui'ti. : !��� !i��� mnaadtnaiBi
liti-Hoi foun in ]it!-iuintit!i 1 hnar] t:��
i 11 '" Dl nm um .i nt "iiccinui.ei
mutt   v/omt!  im t  cuimt   fan  Ettama s.t
tut    OUtll''t:i;l. '
;.in.ttl   ui    ..i   tut   tmn   v    '. .*.   vUitn
VUCClllUtl'.ll      V'Ul     tlft'l't't.      Il"      Fligi-T
BUiteO thu: tUttvt- wut stoiuf dispute
09 tut nmit'C ti. Steal LUtti.'r lies rn
L11t.11.i1t: uud Ame.-ic.u up-eeci '..hat
uaooinaQm -etuinec Iti pawacj t***r
m   "i   ��� aasa    ffitae Eta a 1   -      aatgM
thu:   1" t   ��� !'U"t   v;.;   I _��    :rr.i1.
"Cui        .     ��� ft: .������ ������  :���������.<* >xr
lit   ' tic������ :.;    ���   :    BU ���'(���   '      aJLtll   I   B   <"
pan '.���������
��� \; (    . :. 1 ,'U   no a*
oaa    ���
1   *iiTi;   te ie'1   11".;   'l ni   1	
b an hall awe    tt ) ���*<* ��������� e
1'lS' e-t  youi   "������������
-   ���   v<> pow^hat disftevirpd, Hid   �����"���
s"c ten Umee *? ".t^ ae taougli   ������������
,. .    .-   i  ., , in.iu,I   I- >>t   ,,.....
TIlP     .1.*. t">      QUI ...cl "I"  ���" I"' || ������  1
Tthilo    11".      . I . ..... |.l i.i t-    I"    ...1..1...1    ������    II"-
UaiifC     '"3   WttB   ""'.llU'P'l    Pt I	
((I ttl   ilU��      .    Mlll.l      .    "I    O       ^1   111.      Pi Ol _
,. iii.,,,.t .....  eetlBtiS .itiii' "H-.     1- ������ ���
pinip.l aii up needed #As " ,....
nm. "t ti.p people
it 1,up it.   fit'in "������-- he - '���" -������"
t....-
Mm mm �����
:.���.,     ;.. . 1   p.-:   : ,    . I < ..      ,.,;r* ,    .
V   -.'.i'i * iv>w>l in ion tv   itif cfic. i
ll   WM   li""    I   .������ '.'.r.ivttlic.ri   poll. \
 ; ���..    . ���    1 tr-rn       Tloe   mesm
Conservative memher of the bouse bad
..  . mi record ai oppoaad to the pro
ii     Dr.  McOowan    wanlctl    th"
Dominion government to Inatltute an
Inquiry, although all tba landi wd
the disposal of them were VMtOT l��
the provincial parllamenl
Now bo bad changed around and Um
thing  that he   (Mr, Oliver)   had  adVO
cated, namely, a provincial    Inquiry,
* ���������    being  brou. bt  forward  by  Oon
itive Dr, Mcfiowan.
Tha C. N. R. Policy.
Referring to the ft N. '<��� policy of
���ii" provincial   governmenl   bt   aald
he would Htake IiIh reputation on
���sertlon that when the road w;oi
leted it would ba waightad down
,m indebtedflan ol 1100^)00 cer
' - The contract for th�� coimtruc-
��� I the road waa let to tiM CtM*
Northern Conatniotkrfl companv,
r rr.c for Ma' ken/If 'ind
���:������   Oil*  deal   he  was  of    'h��
tat Bt> WlllUra ~*U**t1UN****i
Daniel  Mann  aroold    be    en
��� .-��������� abool It: 9t*9ja*M
tad  poltey oil rh��  pro-rn^ui
"'���-.-  ilno r.ame in for ci'iri<-.��rn
.-..:< at t*tn* had
���ta the  handi of *tptWX**\****lon
- ��� ���   .-..-���     ���    .tniii ��� tn.-ft
��� ��� ���   ���. .   ������    i ��� .'< ir \t\f
v " I   '      I  11    umeit.  "start tka  '.i
'���   .    n ���*   v i   i ���-���   .11 "   Ir
���t i.iit MtevtM tr* .    ''   ������
���   .   ' .>���'    ���;   ������ , ���'-.  ;    M   v    '���      M
���i ��� ������";   m   ,��� Ha  ��
li.',p  i la* 'iijitr.iil.if.ip'l.
'���' m.ii  ;i;it cha OMwatrvaiCDtfa .arty
ih��t.
ihn'
tbe\ were new (rnirifi to build iv>�� .�� 1.1
:..'- v : . h ilin hful pe i i,micO ���
.it*.)���***,*��� c) ol to spe. nlni.M'. se iV'KI I' '
:,. kl tillei ol ibe ftdM ".inl.l l-t . .���.��
palled tO yrt)  an r..l< mi. r.l y'..*~ Co  Mi
land .-in.! ci.ii. h the *\>c* ut. i.n��
In   K'lciiiUg   W  lh*  <��uapli:ui     \\a,* \ :
I c   '.lalcil   iliiil   ulihiineh   ll   l\:..l   l.ppii
lauglted M  h)   the Cohwrvatlv-e*   It
WHI    llCi t".Bill V to    |v|otc.t        1:11111'111  ft
eoaat trade .nd would dwtihtleii ll >���'
to Rioaici endaavot'i along ihai llws
i inoK forward tt) thp iime Vrhel)
thera ��iu ba an impniiei council and
rein Mentattvoi front < ahada will lit
on the board    vnd I <*���<. 18 |on ihm
III    Rttoil     l.ll't'llll    ll.P. IlllH.    fltt.I    III.Ililn..
In  hi iiiilninii'il  ill
George Ketineil.i praaldenl   ol   Llis
Wi'MtllllllHli l    I llietal   naaii'lnllnn.  fiito
im interesting reporl ol in. visii tt
Ottawa witu the delegailoii ��bieii
wanl to aali (oi b grftnl foi ifag   In
pi ovt'iiirul nt Hip I'liiapi  liVeti
(,mtilng  Ini|n .,v��l��.��ttlo
lie  explained  thai   following   the
��� viaii in iin. capital ui Mi   I'li'iiiip nuii
himself there bad come the establish
nielli of ibr uuiii ivrvlcfl on iii*'ii '
E It rhllllwic l< Unn. Ih�� vlcll if
Deputy   I'ostiiiiiati'i   <ioiiPi.il   In    ||    M   ,
Cou I tat imt lhe ''iiiao>|Hpiii pftrttilse ,������'
nn increate In lhe   HiffHhw   'pf   pset
OfTlcM In Hi" 'tlitri< i nini thp |fl
niisoirii'ioii nf tt.o f""�� IfStttptHti'l'p ���
of innil 'iirM"P5 '.|p On 'i'.1 ��� nr llnoa
M��t (ilso gt I lad 'lift1 ti�� h��d ttl nit a'.rfi"
rerpraaafftatlMM ;�������� fmnl >.. Itw flah
Ing    itrittHtr*     -ir,']    Pli'.'litM    '!">!    'l-iO    P">.
_il>    vr,'t'.i]   !���,��.   It*!   'horo   .vinlfl   JO-.n
b��! til��'i"''l in Nerw /.����frrpin-!foi' _n
official >'itii ���* Ihottntttti iiri'lorafun'lim';
of k><*al 'oridifloru -tnfl Isreer fliacre.
BfMMf. ftrVHttt rb^n h ,d Mtbertrt heen
-. eafad in tat" ri*-if in ^wWectfo* Wffth
rhe !nrtn*ti\' on fhe const. If WM (B*o
p^itire  pi'oi-,_hirt  i-h��r   there  wonld    W
.rime ".viAaaa ni   ba nwhinx   regutW-
T ("iv.ltiilev gave a nVitahle
��n����eli \w .*,,.*. nt'/arion in the distriei
in ' ��v p' o'inci|iiii' ifov, of ("o inithtm.
nut \ ir,. K*ni!i_ton .ave interesting
I ipeaelias in matiera of eortal'disrAlMw
.iit.'i'rtsr rn the parly.
IS NOT *T All Wm\
IMTTM BW tfflUtt
PIliM 0 Iff WITH AU
P,c Anriienrf WMrh��t k?_S Wrtfi \l
e,, ,.,_.���   <*,���<*.   Pt;t    Ml   Nl   Vflirt���
*.*���..r      --r.      l*l.*r    .* C     ���"lOd.
to get rid pf all salo >us is fivOf j
i    .o'nnectfon w(th I
[*} f'c i a '���    Ocpuvgr,
Tlie matter, to tl ���    .    .
it  an;     t't n'tj ni, i-; i p.-. a: < 1* tl us yerj
\.   things    : " J ci : ������ sent il
From
ICtr
Can
s  C
ips
D.
a US*   Willies
Along   the
Railroad.
to
C,
i
mi
H
.���.      tt	
.   , .
HIT.   -- |\ 1  Which R.n Agioutiri
Off Cape Murtfir- \\ Sicken Arsit
AMidShipS,
���'"*���  ���> 1  ���'  the Moulin  llnnpf"
iii�� <������<> ���..I'.....-', a i- -... ....."mr''
.. ,...i.i, ��� ,1 .,.,..-,. -ii . . .,.,. i.    i ...  -nvv'
i,,,.���  i,... i.,.,  ..  , i .���  i .,ni i,,
ainglhi ""���, '������ '���"" '���"" tl ""I'-'v���
.illi.o.li.l        ..1 ."..        ll.U-       ...... I. i -H-. �����     ���
toUSil ��< ��� ���"���"���������li        *   i"'i" ll I
tended llu .wduttibB '" Ihfe   opci
bouae laal blgiil iilid ������ (shl ���"��� ttj   ������" ���
Hed "'"i ''"���'   '"'���, ������ "���" I ��� "������    '
ii'.. beal ������ b al ��� li  ,|"
\(though ""���   **)���-���.��..��� i"." ������   '���"-'
i.pi.ii aldelj .."I'l'.i'etf
nii'ioiml in be
^M ��� siu-A.        'niiTtINF   OF   I AUDER   PROGRAM
, ;.,,.,;.,    .���,,   ���-,      ���>,.   trig Snr.hom    OUTLlNr
���������  '���������  li ''  'I  " '   ''  '"���?���'" r]'*-
...   ,1,,,.    .  ��� ���*��������� v   -h"
the  ) :v-""tif ci"  riiiti   cirtv   nf    " ���      ot
������""'     	
H '��� ���"���������> ll ������   ��� ll
��� ������������'��� ��� ��� ���   -   ���' ���   ������������ '"'" '��� 111    '
 p I '-���
I ���   '""   illl ' '���:���' ."     li      '    '.
Hll """"      '"'    '"   '    " I       "'
... n
Clever
t nio
*mm ANti'+Mi* man."
iiauii""-. .oxteudiu i.'.\. luilte. .I011& lUf
". . i     ... '. r**   itjuiul
iu tin Ul and nv          i   'i  il. '   o    i.iUo
.'i the    Aorl'i mi\   J t tn    ii'ii.-ti ...j
Tin \ ' i.i   ,.' i     ,       i.i, , oj  ivbii.li
llie  C,   ;i.  ..   i     '         ...    i cil uuui
!l)t:l    ill   ]li''..-    *0) 'I  V   iu    . I'.iili.W
The N'-v Art, -:   I j   ' ���*> ���l*1'*^  s$>ai! I��uu
., ,t.        ���.,'.'' '       ���     >'���������'���    Wit.    ..   :���  .1    .lit.        tb. J
..   .     . ,,- ,, , biiipber?, toil/ , ���) bi ������  H��W v-^''** ���>}  mm uf   L''1'1   "      '
I,.'.....";. , J..;!    1   ...:;   Oi,   ttu    ...   :.,;.:   .      ,1
*^-^*^*^*^*^*^***'^---mmmm^^m...  ,
j        woi tli of ��� 'i il In tl - of ���
���vttit^H
Professor  of  Music   Id    Giv
Recitals  Next  Week.
"    ''     i':i>
....       ting feci
apmpo.cter ���folJrf.a.Dn.lM.'       |
 ������" i'i'" ���
lo be   ftboWtl   HH   11 I.
tintoo pla.goetfl "i". "-i '"'I   '" ������ ���
ui.Hii.iiiii.f .imi. Kilo Fiftitill '" ���������"'���
I,...I
Ao Pm Mtiio|ip   it-.. ���,  ��i   ���,-.,.. ii. .
boll   ��� ������������      ","1  Ills nl ���   '���   ���   '	
g|    III... I.   | ���> I j    !.,..,.!	
I.   Mil   Whole ��� ll'��� '   "" '   ''111    Il'in ������
Plii.il     II. r.    |i,l���.f...l      ..,..1.1     ,���.,,. M   '���
i.i..i,     i     frlii'-e".     M'irc'.
I'-.l ������   I "'I   ' ""������    P 'frific'i'.
I i,���   ',.,���,.���   .,t   ti.���     Mr.nlin     |{onrc.
���,������!���   ������     "... ���,( )."���  (,..rt
t .',1,', ��� *.r, eonet win. *t*\ re iny en-
������" ���     hli'-'l   fff'  '���.���eriinc  nnd   as   the
���a,,. ,���t,.r* or _��'���� new to the City
thr... <-:r,. .vil *fifireciated. The
'.'���t*li-.'j   in  the two nets,  which  took
in ten .cones, waa splendid.
Kverythins;  went  with a  sWffig thar
vas well nppreeintofl .nrl rhe companv
I will be we'l recolved if n rrt;rn cn
1 easement is secured. Thi. is prohahlv
' tho largest company and carries mne
scenery  than any flay that has e\er
heen shown In  \'ew Westminster antl
Mnnafter   WeCaig   is   to   he  eonpratu-
iirel   on   securing   this   fine   musical
melan. e for his patrons.
1.0111$	
Miss L.Uttei', will  gift?
BoHgS also on  this afterhoop
\,    ' :    ���
��� ������I" ".'nmrtti nnd 'Hits MM   I   i^^^^^^^^
 '���"'   ��� '������ ������'    ' I.i        i '  '... i     ���    .
n ttiiv fl ' i���'"���    '������ '���"   ll iuu=ic Kj   hi',  Rlenara
***^*^*^*^^^*^*^*^*^*9*^*^*^**^**Waa\^aa%^^
���
ALbfeh+A  cpLt.^  U.
UNDER    QUARAriTINE
0
mouU't'
"khocli
_____-���'
 (  gtrn:-'    ���
'���.���..':,',,;.;,:'...'   '"'     '    .:������' fe     f    fH    '  An,J,taconc,cMaU,.o.,t^��it
..IW.tPM'W���^       , .... ,-.      ��� ��� ;,     ,.     ������  NUhnU,   .  ..    . ��.m��
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lieila,   tbe  iiniiiUiUen   was  promptly
laced uuder ijua-ianliue
>^i^i^:   tJIsiovertid
WW       ������'-   TA. ���������U.    telfci, of
Jau. 27
'i.
ViUc.u it mm
moiuniB   Uiat
sjtii'. a ti'i'lent. tui
A tentative move towards having
the performance cancelled by tbe au-
riiot'ities was marie yeste-d y afte."
noon, but no action was taken.
. IHative pleceg
IM    ���  I '������ .
i    ^i^i^i^
���'..������      .   '       /     ���       '   '   by
���"..   :���   ������.   '    '    iii
. l!i'   '    . '       , [ii   j     '..l,:    V.Rh
i.imi. ana \\
wilh   rcclt.il    or    ''>"'!     aii'1   Wi
music, Mr   Lit
Friday    evening���1,    Scenes    from
i "Hiawatha"    with   Indian    uiu. i. ,    .',
"Kina, Robert of Sicily," tet to iniiislc
by Kossiter Cole, by Mr. Lauder; 3,   A
Lover in Damascus"  (sons cycle    by
Amy Woodford-Flnden);     I,   In Mem
oriam" (Li'/.a Lehman), Muss Lauder.
Monday     afternoon ��� The    ��real
classlCB, Beethoven.   The influence, of
tbe best in arts and  literature upon
the student and the world, with selected program of music, by Mir. Lauder.
Monday evening���Song   recital   by
Miss Lauder.
As Mr. Lauder's repertolro is very
  _ .extensive many thin&s and woi lis and
Payti, on the northwest coast, carry-1 matters of critical and literary and
fn. two hundred infantry to reinforce musical interest will be added by hin
the frontier guard. to these programs.
tii "This tt'bftiati ithii...
���'-���"-n as to thc :���:;" lilili
high  that he wou'd In the t;c l    fiitti
*t\tk   ari'thcr   success.       frcd!  fi
'",   .   i,eon rcall7cd     "gevetl i'ty.    ' ���
tl'C sumo writer, has proio.n thai   \\
ery   Ftopwood   Is  a   dramatist  of   rare
ability.   "This Woman and This Mnh"
will he seen nt the Westminster Ouera
hottfe tonight with that icallsllc H't'e
actress. Minnie Vlctorson, an I tho en-
tiro N'ew York product! in and cist of
specially selected players.
PERU THREATENS ECUADOR.
Reports of an Encounter on the Com
mon Frontier. I ���
Lima, Peru, Jan. 2'.���Re mors of an
other encounter between Peruvian an 1
F.euadoreans on the frontier near
Zaru.a, Kcuador, were con Brined today. At midnight the Peruvian cruiser
Almirante Qrau sailed from Callan for
An auibnlahco byre Mr. Te'tti In   ....
.Mm Iscilation hpspi,tai, v.!i.i:ut tnis bciug ireated.   T.j,oubIiqu| ytidUn'-
dav  and  last  ni thi.. the  I'Uy  millionth
at tin '   wi hiu   tli"
r'ounJs.
There setimtul ^unll p,08S|hllltIea pi
tbe. dreaded ili.ieusu sprtailing. . Mr.
Telfcr is Hiiffei im. I) oni u niilti utt.ujk
and Ur. XicliolW who is niti mini . bim
delate.-, timi. \ih* re oven will only
be a malt' i of ila\;.
Telfcr'n room   .as tUorougttlj <i:sin-
ft. icl at   the ordetH ol  Dr. ,t clii-
bald, M. H. 0. for Strathcona,   All t.'i��-
other students are in good health
Discovered!
John Vinson, the champion prevaricator and Btory-teller of Hope, h a let
for a trip to California to loie whit'
money he haa left on the race tract, it
Emeryville.���Hope News. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  JANUARY  2*1
Wants
WANTED.
ITOUND���PURSE CONTAINING SUM
of money, In Westminster Trading
company's store, 865 Columbia st.
V \.\'TK!>-  YOUNG  LADY  AS  TH'K-
t-i   seller at   the I'rvslal theatre.
WANTED- WE HA\ B A CLIENT
who is prepared to buy one to a
dozen lots north of sixth av-,nue
and H> si of Tenth street, If same
are priced marketably. Keid, Curtis
a Dorgan, 706 Columbia street.
WANTED ������- CARPENTERS, ME-
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision On street
car line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. Vou build your own home
for resilience, rent or sale, or WO
Mill build you a home to sut on
.small monthly payments, Call
Lelbly & Blumer Realty Co., L108
Dominion Trust building, Vance .
ver, (Tel, 8365), or 613 Columhla
Btreel New Westminster. Tel.
687.   Open evenings till '���' p.m
WANTED���JAPANE E WOMAN FOR
housework. Apply G., P. 0. Hox .'.',
Daily  News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping   rooms:    yond   references.
Apply  box  S.  News office.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
WE have the exclusive sale of the
following, \i/.:
SUBDIVISION LOT, full size, immediately adjoining city and new
1!. C. E. line, $"'iii to $400; $20 cash,
$io i er month, at 7 per cent.
LOTS     ready   to     build   on   (one-tn
of acre) within city, $400 up, on easy
terms.
CITY, between Eighth and Tenth
avenue, two choice lets which only
need viewing, $425 each;  terms,
CITY, Sixth avenue, between Second
and Third street, well situate! lot,
$900 on favorable terms.
MATSQUI, 100    acres    between    Yale
read and B. C.  Electric railway. 101
eleate.l  ami slashed;     others    easy,'
$65 per acre,
ON LULU ISLAND ROAD, within city
limits, ihe roomed house, newly
built; stands on lot 63 by 140 feet.
Ground cleared, dry, ditched and
thoroughly cultivated. Price $950,
$ nm cash, balance .-i\ and twel*.e|
months.
PORT MANN���12.87 acres waterfront,'
$7350; terms to arrange.
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LANGLEY���Ranch of 80 acres, hous��. I
barn, outbuildings, 30 acres cleare I.'
Price ?*���.."(! per acre; balance over
ti ur years at T per cent.
COQUITLAM ���Rochester     road,     9'j
a.-res.    Pi i ���,��� '-.' :  one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and is months.
SIR MAN AYLESWORTH
ON ATLANTIC TISHERtES
Pays Compliment to Reasonable Spirit of United
States Negotiators.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
To AUD OF TRADE���NEW ��''='
minster Board of Trade meets iu tht
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the third
Thursday of February, May, Au. ust
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may Iif
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly mcettn. . C. M
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Ottawa. Jan, -7.���Sir Alan Aylesworth made reporl upon the negotla
tions upon the Atlantic lisheries,
which lie ami .Mr. Itroileiir have con
eluded at Washington, a few days ago.
The explanation was delivered witth all
sir Alan Aylesworth's rotund and
rolling amplitude Of phrase. Con
densed, it is this: The Americans oh-]
jectetl to lour points in the Canadian '
regulations:
1. The prohibition of the use o.'
purse selnes.i
2. The  prohibition Of  Sunday   lis'i- i
in. .
;:. Tlie assertion of Canada's righl
in board nnd Bearch American Ashing
\essels suspected of breach of the fishery regulations,
I. The assertion that American
fishermen should be obliged to t u-
out Canadian licenses before fishing ia
Canadian  waters,
rhe    Americans    have    withdrawn
1. 0. 0. K. AMITY LODGE, NO. ^7���
The regular meetings of this lodge
lire held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, \'.<;/. VV.
C. Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary: .1. w. MacDonald, financial
secretary,
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W, .1
Whiteside, II. L, Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston,
1911
-.<a
objections
in
the    llrst    tine i
have consented to |
license   regulatil n 3
WANTED���BOARDERS FOK PRI-
vate boarding house: first class
board; all heme cooking. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH.     IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land.  62  Hastings street east.
1
	
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE-
]v.   Aoplv Premier hotel.
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WANTED���YOUNG  BUSINESS MAN'j
reqfulres   good   Blzed,   comfortable
room with partial hard.   Apply bos
is. News oni :e.
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TO  RENT.
TO   LET   ���  COMFORTABLE   BED-
rooin  for  one  or  two   gentlemen;
half  block  from  vity  ear line.    -117 !
Fourth street.
ei
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TO   LET���FURNISHED   ROOM   ANU
Vioard.   Apply 527 Carnarvon stre t.
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FOR  SALE.
POR      SALE���CHEAP,      A      GOOD
Piano;   almost   new.     Apply    New-;
office.
SUNBURY. DELTA. Large Steel Cor-
poration have just Invested largely
in water front bete. Wc hive 25 I
feet of water front at $126 per front
foot, One-third cash, balance easv.
Buy.
WE bave other exclusive listings in
the district.   See us for our list.
SHERRIFF. ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE
Insurance  and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary  Public.
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
643   Cclumbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOU SALE���CHANCE FOK PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow bouse, in very .ood condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 20S Front
Btreet, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B, C.
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
���   RING UP 56  ���
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
NEW seven roomed house, all modern,
close to dorner First street and
Sixth street.    Price $2125,   Terms,
SEVEN roomed house on two lots
" sl32) on Fourth avenue, near
Second street. Price (4500; one-
third cash, or the vacant lot for
$151 0, one-third cash.
FIVE lots on Seventh avenue, near
Sixteenth street; $600 each.   Terms.
FOUR lots near Eighth avenue, between Second and Third streets.
Trip e $450 each, one-third cash.
THREE lots in Sapperton, on Sherbrooke street, for $1300, one third
cash, balance easy.
FOUR lots corner Eighth avenue and
Second strtet; all cleared. Price
$2200; one-third cash.
NATICHW^
Real  Estate, Insurance, Loans, Etc.
Curtis Block, New Westminster.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Before your bin is Empty.   Jackson  Printing   Co'y
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth S:s
Estimates Given on Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
Ceil
. ases.
'I he Canadians
modify Canadi.in
in three respects:
1. The existing regulations fo:bidding Ashing for herring and cod with
i.ap nets in the Gulf of St. Lawrenc i
-. ithout license is modi Bed by the pr i
viso thai it shall not apply to any
fishermen, Canadian or American, in i
t e case of trap nets placed L000
yards from the shore, or frcm an>
other trap nets set from the shore.
Trap    Nets    Regulations.
2. The presenl regulation requiring the leader of a trap net for ber-
i ing and ci d to be exten led from th ���
shore is modified in this way. If the
I nder of sin li a net extends tr. m
shore, the lisheries officer may determine its len. th. The regulation is
to be sihtit en to such nets. Those
leaders Btart from a location below
water mark.    That  is. any fisherman,
[American or Canadian, may set a ne
whose leader is beyond    low    water
marl;.
;>.   Theie is to be an addi ional re
ulation,    expresslj    recogniz ng    tie
right of any American citizen to   obtain a license it he applies for it.
lt    will    be   observed    that    these
',changes weie for the most part of a
; highly technical nature, and that tin tr
full bearing can be judged only   by
| persons Intimate with the industry' af
fected.    lt   is only  proper   to   stat ���,
however, that  some apprehension   is
expressed by Maritime Province mem
lei's lest the effect be to Cl le the use
of the inshore fisheries to the Amerl
cans.   However, it is a matter for ex-
. | en opinion.
History of Award.
Sir Alan Ayleswoth rose on the orders of the day to make bis statement. Fe reviewed the history of
The Hague Award, and of its reference of the British, i. e, Candian and
Newfoundland, regulations to a sub-
tribunal. None of the parties relished going befoie tbe sub-tribunal, and
there was a general disposition to try
.personal negotiations. Accordingly,
through tl e medium of t'"e British
foreign ofiice, the recent conference at
Washington was er ranged. As a result Sir Alan Ajle worth was of opin
lion that all the existing difficulties
bad heen cleared up.
The Americans had formally objected to all the fishery laws and regu
lations of both Canada and Newfoundland. After going over these in detail It became evident that the differences between the views of theA'nited
States on the one hand and of Canada
and Newfoundland on the other could
be classified un 'er sveeral general
hea .lngs. It also became evident
that for the present it would not be
possible   for  the   United   States  and
WADE. WHEALLEK, McQFARRIB &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster olllces, Rooms 7 nnd S
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets'. Vancouver offices, wil'ianis building, il Granville stieet. F. C. Wade. K. IV,
A. Whealler, W. c. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   OPERA   ttOusp
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
One Night On
Sat. Jan.
The New York Maxime
Elliot Theatre  Success
This Woman
***%-���. -ar .*-**��� m -���mil *i-'to*-*-*thi7. ttZ'-mt* rife ��� i
���zztrjix.:
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I
H. ,1. A.  lU'KNFTT, AUDITOR  ANT>;j
Accountant      Tel.    It 128.    Koom,
Trapp block,
m | |
H��i   '.���
'**maa���**&'.*'
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
Miss M. BROTEN,   public   Btenogra-j
pher;   specifications,   business   letters,   etc.;    circular    work    taken.'
Phone   il"..     Rear   of   Major    and
Savage's olliee. Columbia St.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 2?
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block
next to Bank of Montreal,
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Dhone  661 Residence   Phone  133
BY AVERY  HOPGOOD
Author of the Reigning
Success, "Seven Days"
 ��� WITH 	
Minnie Victors
Prices, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seats Ready Thursday
\_t_r;,
We are here to do business
and want you to examine our goods and
compare our prices before buying elsewbere
i Continued on Page Seven.)
Correct Fashion For Men
Evening Dress (Formal;
COAT���The Swallowtail. OVERCOAT���Inverness, Chesterfield.
WAISTCOAT--Single-breasted of white silk, Linen or Pique. TROUSERS���Same material as coat. HAT���High Silk with felt band.
SHIRT���Plain White Linen wiih attacked cuffs. COLLAR���Poke wing
or straight-stander. CRAVAT���White Linen or silk. GLOVES���White
or pearl Kid. JEWELRY���Shirt-studs and links, cuffbuttons of pearl or
moonstone. BOOTS-Patent leather pumps, or patent leather button
shoes with black kid tops.
The above is the correct DRESS
CHART for this season which will
enable you to dress correctly.
We are showing the SOCIAL SEASON'S correct full drew Haberdashery
Ties, Collars,   Gloves,   Skirts,   Shirtprotectors,   etc.
We are at your service.
61S Columbia Street
J. E. Brown & Co.
New Westminster, B. C
Sheets
6 lb. Blankets -
Pillows
Comforters
Curtains, per yard
Iron Beds
Springs
Lounges
80c.
$2.65
.50
1.45
.25
3.25
2.75
5.50
These  are  some  of oar specials for tkis  week
\\^ilkmson vk?Grali
raham i ���
SUCCESSORS TO FRED  DAVIS.
"The Men Who Save You Money"
655 Front St. New Westminster
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$30,000.00 Sho
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TWO. THREE and FOUR PAIRS for THE PRICE OF ONE
Lit *   :**   i"i
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ffloss r md MHteai i Warn .::. Bttefe, ami u- nostril mms '-- toarafflft    Di a afofidta^  rr^i;;/^ ::m;, -^ :,;^-
ftsofi __ dkanmi antl HEtjMJs tffifes ffls aamksal ::' qpnim pnmfc    W�� r^sffiaK ton flkra a e hu?   'j.naer^izrig-.
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ij i psm   v :���: i ba to nanus   -;,: ^-'���'���- T"'- "���-  -^   �� as ..:���.-..������     Bdto ... ta  s fea   prices    VV.oy
.;���: fart an nMing d3 ��dfasrl pw " ...  expscJi all lite
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Men's  S6.0O  Patent   Bluchers   cut   to  S2.f>r*  <i  pair
Ladies'   Boots Etoys' Boots   Men's Bonis
: _a ui   t.   s-..o v.iiuii    h
W;:        Cl,        ,IUI        '���.umi CMtt
.   *���.*   -.u   i iv  bodes  wwttui   -'-,!*
���    iii.ii!^.    !..ii>  prttm i  i>-��i
95c.
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$1.25
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$ I 95
Men's $*.>$ and JT.lW lUmi-mA^ !Nw>hn (v^^   t^^(�� . n< ^  M"?  * r^��"
Ladies'   Boots  Ladies'  Slippers
!-'..���.[   ma   F.1.IU   i.-n !>'""��� '    *��� ""������'���'"'
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$2.25
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Men's  $4.50  H��na-m��dr  Wovkhi8  ***���*<>.  >****��� "���   ' "4 *�� ^�� ft ^
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Misses' Boots
$1.45
Good \tkX& ��t'A WJO C��M
and Kid school. S'Sf* 11 '"
2's.    Sa'e price
Childft* Bt)4>tn
$ 1.00
Men's $S 00 HooU ao (\ MMrR
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Come   in   and   look
over  our   many
bargains.
f
Ladies' best "John
Cress" Ameri-.an b Ot*
Assorted     style*    J'',',
shapes; all leather*
Sale
Price
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$3.50   I;"  $1.95
JOHNSTON
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Columbia street, New Westminster	
"Watch for thc Big Electric Boot
like tte mw\ \-k
long.   nUt-^ !! I
Boys'      hest      $!
School   Boots.     Heavy
scles, calf uppers.
Sate
Price
Men's leather tinerf
$5.50 Waterproof Boots:
heavy soles.
Sale
Price
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,THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911
^Toaity News WANG TALKS OF
CHINESE IN CANADA
Vublislieil by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at tlieir offices,
of    .McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
corner
My Countrymen are Faithful, Honest, and Law A-
biding," Says Official.
THE
RECIPROCITY    AGREEMENT.
sment
complet-
llie l'ni-
Tlie reciprocity agree
cil between this country and
which was introduced into
Umi. W, S. Fielding oa
varied
The consul-general for China, Hon.
Mr. Wang, .ave a dinner last even-
in. to introduce the new secretary of
tl.e legation, I'. Chan. 'i he dinner
took place in the restaurant of the
Uussell house, which was beautifully
orate.1 for lhe occasion with How
Among
cleo
come  up in the local police court on
Monday.    It appears Cummings called
at the Regina postofflce and asked for
I tie  mail  of  A.  Cummings.   and   was
handed the  letter  in   which  was  the
', cheque.    Cummings   came  to   Saskatoon  and   endeavored    to   cash    the
I cheque here, knowing that it was not.
for him.    The case has several very
peculiar side issues, and is providing a
problem for Ihe [olke heie and also
at Brandon.
For some some time the pclice here
and at Brandon have both been wanting a man named A. Cummings, and
descriptions have been exchanged.
Immediately on this man's a"iest here
Chief Dunning communicated the authorities at Brandon giving his description and asking if it tallied with
the man wanted there. The reply was
to the effect that they had already se
cured  the  A.  Cummings  wanted,  and
also stated  Ihat  he in  many respects
answered   the  description   given    by
Chief  Dunning  of a   man  named
Spencer, wanted here
forgery.
on a charge of
At the same time lhe Bra li
the
don police are of the opinion that the
Cummings arrested here may be wanted there under lhe name of Dresser,
There are thus two Cummings under
arrest, and a third one still wanted.
Both men now In custody are thought
be wanted under different names,
the Cummings at Brandon in Saska-
and the man held here at Bran-
Is the Cummings at Bran lon the
wanted heie, and is the
at Saskatoon the Cummings wanted at Brandon? or is Cum
min. s Spencer, or Spencer Cummings.
or again is Cummings Dresser, or
finally is either of the two Cummings
Cummings at all; and then what about
thc third Cummings ?
to
Un
toon.
don.    ^^^
Cummings
Cummings
Edmonds
Quarter-acre lot on Edmonds street
carline, $600-00; $100 cash,
balance $25.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE,
Merchants Bank Building. New Westminster
i
tod States,
parliament by
Thursday,  is  likely  to arouse
imong the different interests
But we think Hie terms of
meet  with general
feelings a
concerned.
this are likely to
among the majority cf Ca-
rtlculars of the   ar-
to   hand,  bu
yet
acceptance
radians.    Full  pa
rangement ore net
tho summary   published  and  He cx-
Btatement   of   the   financa
._  circumstances which
that   an
the coii-
iwa of other powers
is.
Mr.
t..e
in English^ to the lat-
consul-general of China
planatorj
minister present c:
honest  effoit has been
fairer trading
show
made to bring about a
between thc two countries.
ment is based upon the
that a  free  inter-
will   broaden   the
and  increase  the  ag-
of trade-    lt has >ei
Cana Han pai lia-
jratlflca-
tonight,
the
basis
The arrange
excellent principle
eoune of products
general market
gregate volume
to be ratified by
ment and by the American congress,
mutual approval is given then
lo he a general incte sa
utides of eveiy day
meat,   tamed   j-oods,
and  lish, and in   such
rule, paper and pulp, lum-
I.   To Hritish Columbia t.ie
t are lumber,
wood.   The
not come into force
If this
there is likely
in trade in such
aise as  grain ,
dairy  produce
things as c:
toer and coa
items of special intere.
lish, fruit, pulp and pulp
last named  dies
without the consent of the provinces
affected, and it remains to be seen
what course the government of this
province will take in regard thereto.
The removal of the duty on rough lumber may prove a welcome impetus to
the trade oT th.e British Columbl i
ird to fruit, a deal of Am-
ady imported i:t-
of the
enjoyed
of British Colum-
_unties may
be
mills,   ln res;
erican produce is aire
to this province, and whilst this may
be cheapened by the removal
duty, some of the trade now
by the fruit growers
bia with the prairie c
lost to the neighboring states of Ore-
son and Washington, which are pretty
been competitors.    In regard to tish,
the freeing of this will probab'.y be advantageous to Canada general y.   The
free interchange of grain will be welcomed to the farmers, but il is doubtful whether the millers   will   regard
this concession in a favorable light,
It is evident that if t e arrangement becomes effective it must resilt
in the dislocation of ce.tain trades and
interests. This circumstance is to be
regretted, but it is of course inevitable in any re-arrangement of fiscal af
fairs. ^ ct if it eventually results in
bringing abo ;t inc.eased trade ail
round v ith o n nei^hbois to the sout'.i
that may be regarded as a satisfactory
setoff to any losses that may be experienced. \ hen e ,] lainlng the out-
come of the ue_otiations to the house
*>f commons, Mr. Fielding stated tnat
ers and electric lights,
guests weie Sir Wilfrid Laurier, several other cabinet ministers,
suls-general at Ott     ^^^^^^^^^
and a number of prominent; citizens
Only   two   toasts   were   given,
Wang   proposing   the   laai.h    of
king, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier propus
ing that of the Chinese emperor
In respond in
ter toast, th    ^^^^^^^^^
said:
"Let me assure you of my
Hon   at   your   presence   here
and of my sensibility Of the honor you j
pay  me,  which  honor 1  accept  in the |
name of his imperial majesty, whose
dominion it is my privilege to lopro-
sent lure,    l must  bespeak, 1 owever,
your kindly indulgence for my unfortunately    limited    acquaintance   with
your language, the idioms of our Chi-
nese  tongue  being  so  different  from :
yours that only long and serious study
can enable one to pass from one language to the other with ease, and the
opportunity of that study, of which the
subject  is so  well  worthy,  the stress
of official business has heretofore de
nie.l me.
Three   Months   In   Canada.
"My residence here, as you know, is
1 of  very  recent  date,  as  1  have only
been about  three months  in Canada.
but  still  I  may  perhaps   be credited
with having gained in that short time
' some small  Insight into C'e ielation
between   this   western   dominion  and
my  country.    And  it is on  t! at subject that I would prefer to sry a faw ;
words tonight; trusting that you will
find them, if not   interesting, at least
not  wearisome.
"It was in the early eighties, when
the construction of the Canadian Pa-
ciftc   railway   was   planned,   that   thc
Chinese were first introduced ihtothiS
land.    Canada  was  then  not    >et as
thickly   inhabited  as  it  is  to lay, and
laborers were greatly in demand. Realizing that the Chinese are hard and
willing   workers,  the   company   sent
agents to South China for the purpose
of seeking and  getting men to corns
over to help working for the road. At
that time, tho number of Chinese laborers in Canada, according to statistics, amounted to about, seventy thousand.     After   the   completion   nf  that
railway,   the   majority   of   tl'0;e  nun
went back to their native la id, while
the  others  began   to  settle  down   in
their   respective   occupations,   and   as
true it can be, it was their affection
for this country that has ln a way im
jelled them to remain.
Faithful and Honest.
"Although only about 15 per cent of
the twenty-live thousand Chinese now
in Canada aie engaged In mercantile
business an.l can be literally termed
merchants, the rest of them, who are
being employed as fai mei s, miners,
gardeners, etc., are, as a m::t er of
fact, beneficial to this country both in
indutry and commerce. On the o her
hand, the Chinese are generally known
to be extremely faithful in their services and honest in their dealings, be
s'des Icing always dil gent and frugal, which are their natural characte -
istics. As to their daily life, they are
law-abiding, peaceful, quiet, courteous,
and what more I need not mention,
they have been recognized as such by
everybody and everywhere. Thij is
largely due to the consideration and
fair treatment which has been accord-
Cheap Lots
8th Avenue, all cleared.   $630.00.
$50 cash, $10 per month.
Sapperton, near school, $400.00
Come and see our list.
P. PEEBLES,
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert   for  Stewart.    S.  S.  "Prince   Albert"  will   leave  Prince   Rupert February :: and IT for Port Simpson,
Kincolith, Massett, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton7 Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
-���'��� .:��s*_
620 COLUMBIA  ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Did You liver
���count the number of people stopping before a well lighted show v. in-
dow in one nlghl V Yd i would
probably tl ml thai tor every one ston-'
ping between seven and eight, four]
stop between eight an.l nine, and
twelve between nine and ten.
We are willing to aid you in taking
advantage of this, bul ycur windows
should be well lighted.
Phone 761 tor further particulars.
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
THE
BankofToronlo
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
Illustrated literature, and all Information     ||The  Potat0 Merchant and Auctioneer,
For tickets, time tables
apply to
HARRY G. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
allT Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.    Phone Tlon. l'h, ne 3060
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
L. V. DUTCH,
Commercial Agent.
HATT COOK
The  Bank of Toronto
offers to all such  people
the   facilities   of
laage and strong
in^ organization.
their
bank-
Interest is paid on
Balance i half-yearly,
"'���"siness   Accounts
on favorable   terms.
avings
opened
527   Front  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
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Clearance Sale
  OF  	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The K hite House 617 Columbia Street
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. '\ate Hospital
223 Townsend it. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
CflSes    accepted.      Terms    from
?ir> weekly. Fpt further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone "aa.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist In Steel. Reinforced Concrete  and   Modern   Building  Construction.    Telephone K'lO.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fflre 'Phone  115.      Barn 'fSuue 117
Columbia 8treei.
H��fKSK��    delivered    promptly   !��
any  part or tii. city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
the arrangement would mean a reduc- ^ ed them ,)y thJg government> whose
tion in taxation amounting to two mil- kindness, I am suie, will be lemem-
lion two hundred and sixty thousand ' bered by them forever
....    ,_��� r,r.t vear Relations   Are   Cordial,
dollars, assuming that in   he first year i      ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ pleagure
nf operation tlte volume of trade is tne | ^ knQw . ha). ^ relatlons |jetween
same as last year. From this, there- our two countries are of the most cor-
iore  it would appear that Canada will ' dial  and  enduring nature.    Personal-
' ���      * ir.    i,m����i    from   th"   b'. I feel most happy that my govern-
gain  considerable   benefit   from   tn.  ^ ^ ^ ^ w ^ repr6'_e*tatlva
agreement. t0 a country of such splendid people
���  and beautiful surroundings, and hope
that my stay may be indefinitely pro-
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t Correspondence \
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
is not responsible
tThe Daily Newi
Tor the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
IS CANADA CIVILIZED ?
Editor, Daily News:
Sir���I would like to ask a question
ihrough your paper: Is Canada civilized? I'ndoubtly every man will answer yes. Well, If so, let us see what
���civilization is; is it catching salmon
on Sunday, or is it sending missionaries to China, or Is it ballasting railway tracks on Sun lay, or Is it going
to church and paying the last cent you
���iave to give the minister a fat salary
and Hun come out and rob your neighbor. This may be civilization. There i.i
-mother point thai looks to me Just like
civilization. If you would just take a
walk along wheie they are slashing
Port Mann Townsite, you would see
them on the Sabbath, lap and white
man, slashing and burning on the Sabbath; just as busy us bees around a
hive. Vou would really think we had
not a day to do life's duty without
Stealing Hod's day.
Now, Mr Editor, the blessed Master lias .hen us a beautiful country to
live In, and I believe lie lias bestowed
upon us all blessings that nature re-
��|iiie. , and I for one feel very grateful to the Creator for the blessings Ho
has bestowed  upon  each one cf   us;
longed.    It  is  my earnest  wish tnat
my humble efforts may be instrument- ,
al in fUrthering the friendly relations
already existing between the Domin-
lon  of  Canada  and  the  Chinese em- [
pire."
and I think the least we may do is to
. iie tho Creator one day out of seven, J
and if we have no respect lor ourselves let us show a little icspect to
the God that told us to remember the
Sabbath day and keep it holy. I have
come to the conclusion that this thing
ought to be put a stop to by some one. ;
I know not whether there is any law
that will stop this Sabbath work, lf
not, it is just about time one was
drafted. I say it is a disgrace to an>
intelligent community. The public
may say it is none of my business. If
lt is none of my business, ["want some
other man to pick it Up that has got
more intelligence than I have, and
make lt his business. Thanking you
for your space.
.1. A. KENDALL.
New Westminster, January 27, 1911.
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector 4
4 ***������#���#���������
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
TOO    MUCH    CUMMINGS.
Sherlock Holmes Needed to Unravel
Case that Puzzles Police.
Saskatoon, Jan. 27.���Arthur Cummings, arrested in this city list Tuesday and held as a vagrant, was yesterday morning charged before Magistrate Hrown In the police court with
stealing a b;mk cheque drawn by a
flrm of Regina lawyers on the Royal
bank there for JIll'Lir) In favor of Alfred Cummings, Defendant elected to
take a preliminary hearing which will
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
**~-\*~\\* Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED WORK, FI8H
BOXES     LARGE
FANCY GLA83.
STOCK
FINISH,
PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box   13/
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
et:
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
il    Gold Watcles Tor LpflUss from |12'5
! ap.
Sliver Watches, gents' open t~-~*
���6.00.
Sliver Watchea, gents' open caie,
,17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgtn
��� Watches.
!    Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocer.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL e\ ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
Phone 695
or leave orders
at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. F. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 608 Victoria
Street.
COAL
INew|
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
All   Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Heg pardon:    I take it for grant84
that yon have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind, Acmo
is In a class by itself. Once tried���
always used.
Is a winner.
f
PALMER
I GASOLINE ENGINES
I
34  to 25
2 and 4
H. P.
Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster.
Our special champagne
| You ought to try a case.   Price
enso and bottles to be returned,
Factory:   Simpson Street.
|    Office:   .104  Columbia  Sired
Tel. 689. New Westminster,
11.20.
B.C.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Co.
Vanstone Heating and Plumblng
Chlmr-ey    Sweeping,    �������� c ���.
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting,
pools, Septic Tanks. Etc.. t' ���
������� SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
fAUt   tlVBi.
SPORTS^
f,t PLAYED NEXT SATURDAY
WcStminster    Boys    Will    Try    Conclusions with Capital City Players
at Pythian  Rink.
SOURDOUGHS STILL
AFTER THE OLD GOLD
ed.' They range from nine to eighteen miles apart. 1 stayed at these
places over night. Yes, tliey give
very good accommodation, bat they
Know how to charge. It eosls about
.2 or $1! a meal, which seems rather
steep in this country for an ordinary
hand-out."
"Vou    know,
It's Cold up There, But Not;w aff,er ''f'.f
1 ' years,    said   Mr
so Very,  Very   Cold   at
That, After All.
���:|1(. lirst real game of roller hockey
��� I ii New Westminster fans have had
the opportunity to witness    will    be
i ,i in the Pythian rink one week
[rom i' night.
A 0 am is coming over from Victoria
n(j n |b confidently expected that   tha
urogram will be In every respect llrst
clae
II,. team  which  is coming to Xew
i\'i tminster is tlie same one with
which Hie Westminster team played a
���.,������. m Victoria a few weeks ago.
"on thai occasion the game was fust
,.m] i Minus and resulted in a tie,
neither side scoring a goal. The local
I expecl to change that result when
ii���.i .ii lhe Victoria men on the
<r, ��� Inster link and have been doing
practicing lately with that end
jn view The same team, with tlie
[ , ,,.,u of Wright, who is out of
.,,,,..' will compete against the Victoria ti im.
I feel extremely hap-l
caged    in    for    four
Hush.    "It certainly
feels good for awhile to live up there |
in  the open  and   breathe  freely,  but
then it gradually grows monotonous.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Don't know  when  I'll go back.    Just
  j de] ends on  how things   pan   out   in
these parts.    I'll go back   sometime,
Kdmonton, .Ian. 21.���"Yes, the griz-1though.    I  don't  think  I  could   slay I
zly old sourdoughs still linger. They'll Iaway f"r lo"g''
be there till they die, no   doubt, still |	
seeking  gold.    Fifteen  years ago,  i>e-\****m*m*********m'
fore the Klondyke stampede, they had   I
slaked   claims   in   Alaska.      Mosl   had , I
won fortunes and lost them. The crav-ij
ing for tlie gold is still in tlieir souls.  |
The mineral still lures them on."        , j        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
So  spoke  Harry   I).   Hush,  of   Fait- l^mssswmsaimJiI
banks, Alaska, to a reporter last night. 1
For four years Mr. Hush has been min-      To a white man Thanksgiving is not
ing in the North country.   He is now Thanksgiving without   turkey.   To   a I
at the Queen's hotel, visiting friends Chinaman N'ew Years is not the real j
in Edmonton. jibing unless his festive board groans
"Things are comparatively quiet in j beneath a plentiful supply of chicken,
the  gold   mining   regions,"   he   paid.  rice, raisins, nuts,   oranges,   noodles,
MARKET
REPORT
"There is not the same buoyant spirit
as of old. Just like this province,
though, there is mineral in Alaska to
be dug out." ^L_^^^^^^_^_
Fairbanks is a city of about 6000 In- j ket   yesterday,
habitants, 360 miles in from the coast;| Year starts tonigl
BOWLING
������-,,   people's Trust   company   cap-
I   |    the second game of the Feople's
dried fruits, etc., and then more rice
and chicken, with a little extra
chicken on tlie side. Hence, big tis-
maml for chickens at the weekly mar-
for  the  Chinese  N'ew
 ^^^^^^^   t.
In the American territory. Its neaiest i A few minutes after the market
coast porl is Valdez, where steameVs opened yeslerday morning it was hard
stop from Seattle. to see a Chinaman without a chicken;
A   Long   Journey. i an  hour later  it.  was  hard  to see    a
Over a month had elapsed before i chicken without a Chinaman. More
Mr, Hush reached Beattie from Pair-! birds were brought to the market than
banks,    lie travelled 360 miles to the I had been the case for months, bul  In
Trusl   1    IP   series
yesterday
afternoon
...   efi ating the newB]
a pel
men
by
lOi 1 nis.
The games were
exc
ting,
but
t he-
pie   had
a sl
ight
idvantag ���
.,       i    nay  through.
The
score
was
.:- :
People's Trust.
1
2
3
Ttl
Ave.
Coi lei    .   ...  99
i::i
11"
343
11 1
,.181
158
17o
���509
170
166
169-
-mi
164
lis
1 11
127
-416
13 i
:      .   ..  91
l.'l
105
-317
2076
106
Newspaper
Vlen.
1
2
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Til
Ave.
Fl           Ml
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146
���111
1 IT
1. -���          .... 97
11:
108
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117
1,                 ..131
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112
Sutln     nd .  .108
150
118
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1-T,
Tun   .   .          156
116
192
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164
1969
���     It.  H, Corbetl.
ud ������   J. li. Duncan,
foot, to catch Die southbound i spite of the large supply the Celestials
I rose to the occasion and purchased
practically everything in sight. The
farmers had been holding back on the
chicken shipments for some weeks,
hoping to get bigger pi ices when the
holiday demand came. In this tliey
were disappointed, for juices Showed
very little difference from the previous
few markets. It was a ease of supply
just about balancing demand, with
buyers just as keen to purchase a;
vendors were to sell.
Apart from the Chinese-chicken
combination, there was little of note
at the trading station. Vegetables
were rather scarce. Eggs maintained
their price of half a dollar a dozen, re-
are scattered heie and there through-1 tail, a dime less being asked from
out the country. Some imagine that wholesale buyers. Meats showed a
Alaska is practically deserted. This is ', slight advance. I
not so. Diggings are quite mime ou= I The fish stalls and the florists' quar-
and prospectors year in and year out 'ers were almost deserted, very little
are al  work  with sluice boxes. i'i ing offered or sought in those sec-
"\'o. I had  no hardships in mv long  tlons.
journey   to  the   casi.''   he  continued.; Official   Quotations.
"I took it easv.   The mercury at times ,    Prices reci rded weie as under:
roistered 50 helow, but  from all ac-   Beef, forequarters, per lb ic to 8c
counts  Alaska Is no colder  than this  Beef, hindquarters, per lb.  ..9c lo 10c
place   Roadhouses are dolled here and ', Veal, per lb 12%c to 13c
then   an I there on the trail l 'mush- Pork, per lb 12%ctol3c
 t  Lamb, per lb 14c to 15c
coast  by
1 boat
"l 'mushed' thai distance in twelve
and one-half days,'' he said. "There
are no decent transportation facilities
In that part of the frozen world. In
the warm months the Yukon river,
which is navigable, is utilized by a
steamship company to carry freight
and passengers back and foith over a
distance of many hundred miles. Hut.
in the Winter persons desiring to get
away from the interior are forced to
take a stage or walk, i preferred the
latter.
Shipmeits of Gold.
"Fairbanks and  Nome are the principal mining centers in Alaska. Camps
I
WESTMINSTER   OPERA   MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,   MANAGER.
Thursday, February 2.
toCMAup
If'^'wk'     if*
Jose
: Chickens, per doz $lo to  ?CJ
\ Broilers, i er doz %k to *r>
Eggs, wholesale, per do/. 40c
Kggs. retail, i er doz 45c to Gue
Butter, wholesale, per lb ;',."ic
j Butter, retail, per lb 3;>c to 10c '���
'. Appli s, i er box 75c to $1
Potatoes, per ton $30 to $32
[Carrots, per sack    75c '
I Turnips, per sack  75c
Coledyke
Baking
Powder
This is the best
Baking Powder
made in Canada.
Once you make
a cake with it,
you will never use
other higher priced
Baking Powder.
For a few days
we are selling it
at a reduction.
Regular  price 25c.
per 16 oz. tin.
Reduction price
20c. per 16 oz. tin,
or 3 tins for 50 cts.
Remember this is
only for a few
days
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Investigate This One!
35 acres of some of the best land in Surrey with
the Great Northern railway on north boundary ; the
B. C. Electric one mile distant. Most convenient
shipping facilities. 12 acres under cultivation; first
class water; good roads.
Price,  $5500
$1400 cash; balance over four years.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
t. h. Mccormick.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,  B.  C.
Phones 646, 665.
59-PMONES--691
We are reducing our stock of
Heating Stoves
See our line and get prices before
buying.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
I
I
I
4-Roomed House
Furnished for one hundred dollars
    $100.00   	
CASH   OR CREDIT
We  do   Upholstering
Onions, per BS
.SI-
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from our present
office on Columbia street to Sl'T Carnarvon street, whore we will still continue in the same business of teaming, draylng, wood and coal.
We desire to thank our friends for
the liberal patronage accorded us in
our old stand, ami trust we will still
meet them and a lot of new ones at
our new place.
BELYEA & CO.
Office phones, 150 and 722.
Coal office plione 819.
Cosmopolitan
Cafe =������
J. B. GLENN, Proprietor.
DENNY & ROSS
43, 55, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.    Phone 588
BILL OF FARE
AMERICAS GREATEST TENOR By Mtrttn K Merle
HEAR MR. JOSE SING
"Silver Threads Among the GolcT
"Girl of \fy Dreams'' . Dadd?
'���That Was a Grand Uld song ,
"IblWM. Me" . "Pf%__^i-
"When You and I Were Young.^Magg.e
"Home Sweet Home" , Uoliy Mr ,
Price, 50c, 75c and $1.00.   First time <ever*presented
at the.. price,.   Seats ready on Wednesday next.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New Yoik, Ch'tago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank DiFRtttnent���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
aud interest allowe4. at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $18fi,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
SOUP.
Puree    of    Split    Peas,    Free    With
Dinner.
Manhattan   Clam-Chowder,   10c
FISH.
Baked   Halibut,  a   la  Parisienne,  25c
I-Yled   Salmon,   Anchovy   Butter.   25c
Fried  Clam, a  Ia Creole, 35c
ENTREES.
Currie    of    Chicken    Giblets     With
Rice, 35c
Boiled Ox Tongue, a la Czarina, 25c
Hamberger Steak Spanish, 25c
Fried   Calves   Liver and   Bacon, 25c
Braised   Beef,   Printannier,  25c
ROASTS.
Prime Bibs of Beef, au jus, 25c  (extra cut, 35c)
Leg of Veal With Stewed Pruns. 30p
Roast Chicken With Dressing, 50c
Hot  Roast Beef Sandwich, 15e .
VEGETABLES.
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes.
Stewed  Tomatoes and Corn,  10c
Boston Baked Beans, Side Order, 10c
DESSERT.
ASSORTED   PIES.
Apple,   Blueberry,    Lemon,    Custard.
Assorted  Cakes.
Coffee. Milk.
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Tickets for the Native SonB' dance
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The New Westminster City Specialists PAGE SIX.
IHE  DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUARY
2g, 1911
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Society
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Woods, of Vancouver, spent Monday in town.
C. Armstrong, Mrs
Mrs. A. Malins.
L. A. Le.\is
Miss Wright is the guest   of
S'winiord, \ ancouver,
Mrs.
Miss Eitel Bryant, of Vancouver, is
the Mest id Miss Marian Martin.
��   *   *
Mrs. P. .1. Continue! hit J esterday
ior Hope.
Mr. Henry Hoyle spent a few days
in Victoria the early part of the week.
��� *   ���
Mrs. C. Balmer McAllister's friends
will be pleased to hear she has quite
recovered from her recent illness.
��� *   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall English are
mi a visit to friends In Vancouver for
a couple ol weeks.
��� ��    *
Miss Alma Corbould was tl e hostess at two tables of biidge on Monday evening.
��� ��   ��
Mr, and Mrs. R. ll. Davidson left on
Wednesday for a ten days' trip to the
Kootenaj district,
Mrs. Meredith entertained the Woman's Educational dub at a delightful
afternoon on Thursday.
��� *   **
Mra R, Eden Walker leaves nexi
week for Toronto, where she will
place   her   daughter,   Miss   Minna,    iii
scliool.
��     *     ��
The Duodeclm cluli was entertained by Miss Muriel Cotton on Monday
afternoon, when mosl of tlie member-
were present.
��� ���   ��
Mrs. J. Gracey. of Agnes street, was
a hostess at tlie tea hour on Thursday, when she entertaine 1 a number
of young ladies in honor of Miss Bryant, of Vancouver.
,    *    ���
All the arrangements for tive Native
Sons dance    on    Monday    are    about I
completed, and judging by the sale of:
tickets, a large number will enjoy tho ]
occasion. i
��� *   ��
Mr. and  Mrs.  Mathewson, formerly!
residents   of tills   city,  have   moved \
from   Portland.   Or., to  "Mission   City,
where Mr. Mathewson furs been made
manager of the Bank of Commerce.
��� ���    ��
A very jolly euchre party was given
by Mrs.  C.  C.  Worsfold on Thursday
afternoon,   four   tables   being   played.
Mrs. W, 0.  McQuarrie won the   flrst
prize. Mrs. Beattie lone tianil, and Mrs.
G.  A,   Allen  the  consolation.    Among
those   present   were   Mrs.   Wolfenden.
Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Creighton, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Beattie, Mrs. Shadwell. Mrs.
McQuarrie,    Mrs.    C.  Seymour,    Mrs.
McAllister.   Mrs.    C.    McDonald.    Mrs.
Allien Hill, Mrs.  Sutherland.  Mrs.  .1.
Mrs. .1. McXamara, who has been
the finest of honor at several note
worthy social functions during the
past few weeks, left yesterday for the
south, where she will spend the remainder of the winter, she was accompanied by her    son,    James    Mc-
Nainara.
* *    *
The Women's Auxiliary and Guild of
St. Paul's Rei irmed Ki iscopal church
were entertained o i Tuei d ij i I'enling
at tlie n side n e of Mi s. W. EmersoJ
i :: <;. Eighth street
* v      *
Mrs. Gauvn au wi s the hostess at
two delightful hum i ns during the
,,, ek. On Tuesd iy afternoi n she en
tertained sixteen i uests at progressive
, i ��� re, the pi I; es I < ing awarded to
Airs. C. I-:. Corbould for the most
games, to Mrs. 0. R. Gn nl for the
loi ������ hand. The guest I were Mrs. R.
Eden Walker,. Mrs. Chaileson, Mrs.
Beattie, Mrs. Coi bould, Mis Gracey,
Mrs. C. McDonald, Mrs. C. C. Wors
fold, Mrs. Grant, M s. Totten, Mrs.
Creighton, Mrs. A. .1. Hill, Mr.\ 11.
Gordon, Mrs. C. E. Lewis, Mrs. A. M i-
Uns and Miss Armtsrong, and on
Thursday afternoon the bridge players enjoyed a number of rubbers, four
tables being arranged. The highest
score at each table reeeh ing a pi lz< .
the fortunate ones being Mrs. George
Brymner, Mra .lames Brymner, Mrs.
yuengling and Miss Corbould. These
also played for a Bpeclal prize whicn
waa won by Mrs. Yuengling, while the
consolation for the smallest score was
awarded to Mrs. J. StillweJl Clute. Tne
players enjoying the games were Mrs
T. .1. Armstrong, Mrs. George H yiu
ner. Mrs. James Brymner, Mrs. .1. R,
Grant, Mrs. Brydges, Mrs. Oaynor,
Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. Cotton. Mrs.
Gordon, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. K. A.
Greame. Mrs- .1. A. S. Clute, Mrs. Ardagh, Miss Corbould and Miss Cotton.
gowan, Miss Alma Lewis. Miss Muriel
Cotton, Miss Keary and Miss Naomi
Briggs. Miss Noel Armstrong and little -Miss Beverly Jones attended the
door. The invitations included Mrs
Annandale, Mrs. English, Mrs. Dickinson. Mrs. Doyle, .mis. tea.ty. Mra.
James Brymner, Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Yuengling, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Henderson, Miss Kraser, Mrs. T. J. Ann-
strong, Miss Nora Armstrong, Mis.
Arthur Malins. Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs,
A. (',. Hill, Mrs. William Gifford, Ma
dame Gauvreau, Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs.
Corbould, Miss C( I bould. Miss Wright.
Mrs. N. Clark. Mrs Cheyne, Mrs. C
E. Lewis, Mrs. MafcGowan, Mis. Davidson, Mrs. Ardagh, Mrs. Sutherland,
Mrs. .1. C. Armstrong, Miss Martin,
Miss J. Martin, Mis. J. Brydges, Mrs.
Cotton, Miss Cotton, Mrs. Fletcher,
Mrs. II. Latham and others.
LLOYD GEORGE IS
FRIEND OF FRANCE
Marj Mannering
Tells People of That Country
Liberals Were Always
With Them.
(lOn.uilit more for the navy than was
asked only a few years ago.
"The Liberal governmenl Intend
having a navy which will give up aa
incontestable Buperloiity, and no sacri
lice will appear too heavy lor the as
Burance of that superiority. As to the
political    agitation   over   the   upp ir
chamber, this lasl verdict of the pe i-
ple has pm an < ml to that."
This Interview was received with
considerable     enthusiasm     by     the
French press.
Life   in   the   States.
Pierced  by   the  I'in  Tru |
Chilled by the Ice Trut ���
Roasted by the Coal ':
Soaked  by  the Soap
Doped  by  the  Drug Tl     ���
i WJrapped  by the i
Bullied by the Beef  i
Lighted by the Oil   1 ,
Squeezed by the Cot., i  i
Soured by the Pickle :
���Winni]
���
Lloyd George, the British chancellor
of the exchequer, who bus been spend
ing a holiday in the south of Franc,',
has given several newspaper interviews, the most interesting of which
was to the Matin. In this Interview
the chancellor bitterly complained
I that   English  politics are largely   d ������
  ! scribed to the French public from the
Conserva! Ive poinl  of view .     "Whal
Miss Mannering, who wlll come to  madne8Sj- exclal] , ���-,��� asserl   thai
the  Westminster  Opera  house,  Mon- the  Libereral  party  is less well  dis-
day,  January   30,   ln   a    "A    Man's posed  to Frame than  the Conserva
World"  by Rachel   Crothers, has   a tives 1    it  is Incredible!    Is nothing
,"    .    ,    , about   historj   known  amoi g  you  all'
long and varied dramatic career, Hajj everyth,ng been ,,���,,���, D? Si,���v
From  the time   she  was   eighteen   K(,N   the   yberal   administrations   In
years old Miss Mannering has beenpn   England lune always been the friend
the oilier side of the twinkling   foot   oi France."
lights, a  mistress of charm,    and    an I
**���****-******m**a**��{M{aFri7?*^ *'.' '��� . '. ������ t >
One of llie largest  afternoon  gatherings of the week was the tea :giv sn
liy Mrs. J.. H. Diamond    at    l��r    resi-
<lenoe ��n Queens   avenue on Wednesday.    Tlie fine weather made
sihle for nearly all who had
tions to  be present.     Mrs.   Diamond,
who was wearing a gown   of   yellow
silk trimmed with gold passementerie,
with touches of pale blue and hlack,
:and her mother.Mrs. James Leamy, in
purple satin with black and grid t im-
���mings. received at the entrance of the j pletely.
room.    At the lower end Mr.   Frank  end   of
Major played tive piano. The tea table
was   centered   by   a   great   clus'er   of
dark red carnations and lighted with
rvd-shaded candles.    Pouring tea and
coffee during the early part of the :rft-
ernoon   were   Mrs.  J.   R,   ("r int    and
Mrs.  A.  E.  Eddy, whose places wee
taken later by Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie
and Mrs. .7. *H. Jones.    The ices were
i served   in   the  spacious   new   billiard
I room by Mrs. Harold Leamy ami Mrs.
Jack Allan.    Among the girls helping
were  Miss  Freeze.   Miss  Marlon   Martin,  the  Misses   Leamy,   Mi.-s   Mae-
emotional actress who has on many
occasions soared to the i Innacle of
dramatic achievement.
Yet a.t the same time, while still
keeping In view her stage ideala and
aims. Miss Mannering has never been
so cat ried awaj in the world of glitter and glamor that she lias forgotten
the quieter an 1  more  peaceful issues
of life.
I A great reader, Miss Mamie: ing Is
often found by visitors to her New
I York home cloistered In her library,
.delving into the pages of some an-
! cient tome, or leading some modem
Work with a butterfly existence.
She still is true to the English no-1
tion  of  dispensing  afternoon    tea   at
four o'clock, an (loften at that hour a
it  pos-1 delightful   informal   party   is   held   at
iiivtta- j her home.
Miss Mannerlng'a little daughter 1-
her constant companion: the two are
inseparable as twin stars���though
only the mother is one at jpnesent.
It is only at rehearsals that Miss
Mannering banishes her child com-
and works earnestly for th ���
art���perfect and harmonious
intention blended Into achdevment,
~Mwn "Maimerrng often takts the wand
ot power out of the stage manager's
hand, and with keen insight and feeling for sympathetic accord Instructs
the players.
Her new play, "A Man's "World" had
a long run at lhe Comedy theatre.
New York, and is the greatest of all
in which this popular star has appear
ed. It is a modern drama, dealing
with some gripping problems and containing some startling and unusual
situations.
Le attl IbUtes the state Of things "to
the penetration ol t ie powerful Eng-
giisli Conservative ptess on lhe conti
llellt."
Lloyd George defended his budge:
from charges of being "revolutlona y,
Socialistic and anl i-.Nat ional." and
said: "What we want is thai a group
of wealthy men who by the accident of
birth are bom peers shall no longer
oppose the will and rights of the people. And it is heie in France, where
for the same ends you resorti d to
rather violent methods 120 years ago,
that our pacific solution is criticized '
It is truly Incomprehensible!"
He emphasized the fact that the
government have a majority of sixty-
live in Great Britain, without count ng
Ireland, and said that had it not been
for plural voting the government
would have had fifty seats more. 11 ���
went on:
"I read in the French press that th ���
government ought to submit the question of the abolition of the Lords' veto
to another conference, in order to
reach a compromise. Another Idea ol
the Conservatives! Why should we
have another conference? We had one
It failed. We have submitted the
whole question to the people. They
gave us a majority of 126. We have
no need of another conference. That
majority is amply sufficient Thi
lords' veto will be abolished by th i
house ot commons and by the house
of lords, and everything will pass of
quite normally anl smoothly.
"We intend settling oar home af
fairs verv plainly rt ti < 1 logically. The,
will not affect in the least tbe country's strength, and our means or action for tlie maintenance of peace In
the world.   My budge! provides  E10,
If You Are
Not Satisfied
With your grocer, wc wouhl like nn o]>j><>,'-
tunity to try and' please you. We aim to
please each individual customer, and satis-
f act ion guaranteed or money hack is our
motto, and we will willingly exchange any
article that is not satisfactory in every way
Have you tried our creamery  butter  yet '.'    This  is  a  line
ways pleases.    35c per lb., three  lbs. for $1.00.
We have coffee, too, that we Will   guarantee  will  please you.
Our best brand at, per lb 40c
Big  Four brand at  35c  per Ib. or three lbs. for   $1.0:
ll you like good coffee just try these.
Don't forget our Special Blend Tea at. per lb 50:
Fine Ceylon Tea,35c per lb., three lbs. for $1.0;
We also have vegetables and fruits of all kinds.    I'o:  , i
may require ln groceries phone 38G.
C. B. DEANS
Burr Block,
115 Columbia St.
THE BIGGEST
THING SALE
HAS STARTED.   Ask the man who has bought tf he got value.   This sale is bona fide, no bluff,
straight reduction and EVERY SUIT REDUCED
A CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME
TROUSERS
FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
It is seldom you get high-
class, bench tailored suits
like the 20th Century, marked at such figures.
130.00
Suit
now
$23.25
25.00
Suit
now
19.75
22.00
Suit
now
16.50
20.00
Suit
now
14.70
18.00
Suit
now
13.20
15.00
Suit
now
10.80
13.00
Suit
now
9.35
12.00
Suit
now
8.25
10.00
Suit
now
6.75
8.00
Suit
now
5.80
OVERCOATS
Though tha season is nearly
over, you may still need a
heavier coat���if not this
season you will next.
BUY NOW
You can never have too
many-they brighten up a
coat and help you wear out
an old suit.
$25.00
22.00
20.00
18.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
Coat
Coat
Coat
C:>at
C>at
Coat
Coat
now
now
now
now
now
now
now
$19.75
17.50
15.90
14.00
11.00
8.75
7.00
$8.00
Trousers now
$6.25
7.00
Trousers now
5.75
6.50
Trousers now
5.25
6.00
Trousers now
4.90
5.00
Trousers now
3.95
4.00
Trousers now
3.20
3.50
Trousers now
2.90
3.00
Trousers now
2.20
2.50
Trousers now
1.90
2.00
Trousers now
1.45
1.50
Trousers now
1.20
Opportunity is f.'ckfe, one like this   may never
grasp it now and get busy.    NO GOODS
meet you   again,
CHARGED.
J. PHBLL1PS
The Wardrobe Clothier
671 Columbia street
New Westminster, B. C.
aryyirat��gTl,H��u- .ATURDAY,  JANUARY   28,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK SKViVY.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
��� ,..,   Westminster  Land   District.  District of New Westminster.
e notice llm'   Edward  Hawkini
n ouver, occupation bool ki ep ���
.    to apply   for   permission   to
i be    followinj     deBcrlb id
 rin.    nt   ii  posi   i United  on
,.  mi  ibe easl   Bidi    nf   the
 .11 channel and joining T, L,
, on the north Bide and marl
ard   EiawkinB;   B.   W.   cor	
I    go ohaina to line ot llmil
thence N. UO chains alon ���
beach, thence soutb and weal
KIDNEY TROUBLE
Siifferrd Ten Years���Relieved in Tkra
Months Thanks to PE-JiU-NA.
lCh  tn place   ui   commence-
ontaining 80 a noi ���  ���
EDWARD  HAWKINS.
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agent,
28.  1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
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2aM���_i���l
C. fe.
FIZER,
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LAND ACT  NOTICE. , ������������ fi .,,. ^ v,.(.   fr-^ ^
  bladder trouble tor ten yearn va-k
Westminster  Land  District. Dis-     oL;iSt   Maroh    *    ,,������������..,.,,,    Qgl
trist of New Westminster. Pernna and continued for three monl
.   notice   tbal   Cecil   Klllam,  ol r havo not used lt ainoo.nor Wv.t f��ii
*m.ucu jui   i in --'��� ili'ill   .. 8.
I have mu msud it slnoo,nor bave i felt
il Uli 111."
Ask your  Drugyist for a
Free Peruna
Almanac  for   1911.
'
 notice     ^^^^^^^^^^^
, ' ,0,ivei, ll- <'���. occupation barristei
Intends to apply  ior permit
,rchase  tbe   tollowlng   di
lands:
;:,    ai  b  po I   planted on
eacb ni'1'1'!   p-i   Illi,lv' northeasi
Point, Jervls Inlet, mul  ������**    THE    supreme    court
Killam's  Northwesl   Cor-' ���   ���--���
.,,,.,. east   20  chains,  thi n ���
chains,   thence   west    20
,,  ,    ie bead   thence
i���. ,.|,   i,     i, .   . ;  com-
and   c H ' lining   10  acrei
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. A   LEWIS, Agent.
elill.-r   29,   L910
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
OF
i..  ween
LAND  ACT   NOTICE.
T.   A.   Swift,   | Inm' ft,   .ni i
V .;ii hi:  Cullen  .uui John   M
a!.,   di lends
'l - .linn.   McDonald,    late of    Al bol
ford   r   C
Ta:- ���    i.i,i'    'I     A    :-    11
��� i in in thi   Supreme
��� Court   ni   Hritish    Columbii     ti ainal
William   Cullen   an^   John   McD
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B fp.p
..estminster  Land   District.  Dis- dated    thi     I   th    Hay,    1910,
trist of New Westminster. tin    plaintifl 	
.   thai   < Unl   !'.   Hi tkei   and   I i i lanl    b ;re< d   to    pur-
ouver, B. i     octupatioi e part, om ere of a portion
,, app j   t ii  pei tin     outliwi      quarter ol   Be< tl a
.  ,   the folio' ��� uty-two    (22),    township    Bixteen
asiti                    ord, disti I ���
: mted "H                    estminsti       bein
Bay,  Nel on Is-1 divi                             rd townsib
l.   No   !         ���                eciflc ] ���   con
���                                              ilternative
ith ( is, tiiin.iti.n ��� id fer po
chain     tlience north I se
Sir Alan Aylesworth
On Atlantic fisheries
I Colli in ued   from   Fane  Two i
Newfoundland  te ci tne  to an  .
ip, n lu    bi     mi   e Idi al thai
ail disliked the Bub-ti;ibunal named In
tin    I ::     ui       wai CL     Tbe . nn ral I
Bition  vi us to trj   dipl imatlc   tn< ���
and ii such wai to fail
In dispute befori  an Independen
board or mixed commission   I      ���   ��� ���
ampb       ewfo indland aud  t hi   I nited
Culled to a   ei     hi   mixi    ���   m
mission   should  consii I   of  one  New
foundlander,   one   American,   and   a
mil il   member  chosen   bj   I hi     I he
i wo, ��bo Bhould nol be a national of
either partj.   A minute to i ii   effe'cl
wai   ui ii ^ n up and signed bj  all par
���i.
'i he   repi esentatlyfes   oi   Newfound
land thought I hai they could m tki  n ���
further progress, and Sir Edward Moi
11    and   i lap tain   I t'He lly,   his  experl
adviser, lefl   Waehin itoi
Sir Aim  Aylesworth and  Mr.  Bi i
deur hope i thai  bo far   a    i       dis
tegislal lon and   ilal ion    wei e con
cerned,   a   tui thei    confi i em e   mlghl
prove  efti cl Ivi      Tin     dl     issed th
whole sil .iiiiioi, with Sli   c Iward Moi
nd he ai ...    thel
ed action     1 he    aci oi dinglj  rem
theli   confei en* ei   w Ith thi erican
auilioi itiei.  mill   reached   tin
menl oui lim     ���   the head ol thli  lei
the Amei ... prohibJ
.   |  .   .    . [ne
..       rea   ���     ile,  and    tl al    the
 ard  bu ; ������ i
Ol      11,
regard  to the        i   ���
the situatioi      is om
ol  1818 gave to the
Amei lean    cei tali and   the
���   .     i  ina      cou
mil edi
es, by im       a      .   11 ��� tn thi   ob
ligalloi   to take ou    lici d  _i-
The   LJritis]
Sir Edwai d Grej, declined to buj ,  i
. .
however,
i ������;,,..   Bysl   n   ���
Ni
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more or  less   to . control over the ind;
���������linn the ',ib of
:������   the Honorable    Mr.
I Bummoni   on  you wa    o   ��� be
made bj   servini   a cop I  writ
������ ��� ��� .ii     tnd a cop il    orde
.in   William  CullfJ
ioa! ion of thi
ummon   In a d i      ni
; i    ed and cin
district of New   Westminste
��� '> i   wee .      i hai
I:   DICKE tMAN.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agi ���
I'Miv
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Westminster Land   District. Dis-
'���lev. Wes'mmstei.       H	
���     le   1.    Hick":-.   ��� twi     ._.       	
\ an Duver, B. I advi be di emi ���
I hiTiiin to apply        p aei vice ol the
������-. :n.   'i       iid writ o   : mnmotft up i. you al the
: ������ o i -   week   rrom the
pi      plai te ue In Bald newspaper,
I u>-     And   further   tal,,-   notice  thai   ti,,.
I let. nn er ....   s;ijii ,��� ���
'i    marked "L   L   Dlcl    .,,   ;.   .,.   ,,,,. Z^,A    &_*,    o: January,
i   rni       thi nee . .. ...
tl ence i ai I 20chaln ...    two  weeks   from
.   .nn     tl ence ea Id last mei       ed dati   al th< o
mon   oi  ie-- ti   thi   bi ....        .,,u   v>,,.,
and ****    alon    i eai    too i:.   (- .  judgment    will    be
ement   ami    contalnini    320 entered again
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
li
��� LIE 1.   DICKE :u VN
.'   A   LEWIS, Agent.
��� mber 29, l  I
Solicitors
H.M.J."
for  T    A    Swifl
TH     CANADIAN   NORTHERN  PACI
F1C   RAILWAY.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
- ���i ii���, n��vii.��.      Take    notice    tbat    an    application
���   BecUon , ot th- na rtga IJ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ,.mmH M
y-"u^-n" a':   '.u.p,,  ,'    iM.aren.     William     Chalmers     Mehareu
"<HM1 "e,,��R  I? ����� ��� ^ners in fee simple. under a lav sale
minister Of public worKsaiui from    (,     c\  Fisher    to    .loha
;,    ,  duplicate 'Vv.^wW-1 McLaren, hearing date the lst day of
registrar of deeds  at   M1*   ���eM ...    ft    ,,   ,,,���;,   of a)1 arlli  singular
Hritish Columbia, ptans ana    i;   . ] or tr.ir(   pf ,   d
lM of the site  and  ride 414* "a ^ ^.^   |jJb_ and beinK
B proposed rttwaV *"*lr���  ,��� th(,   nistrlct  of  New  Westminster,
tmoted at Fort  Mann   Brit ish. j�� prov(nre of britj8n Columbia,
.. and tbat one month afte. .tloi1,Rr,v known and deacrlb-
Inserllon of  this nOtW��. IM S(lutl,wesl quarter of Section 14,
,   will ....Ply to ^0��y Township 7.
n tor the wroTOlttereot. (lironph or
, JS-A :     ��^, ; IA- ;;�� R.^
 ���     'm   tbe   said   land   by   descent,   whose
REMOVAL NOTICE. ,|tlo  Is  not   registWed under tbe  pro-
visions  of  tbe  "Land   He.lstry   Act,
Wi   are movin.   from    our   presenl i arr,  required  to contest   the claim of
1  ��� ;:,   ronSastree, to W 0*^* the   t��x   purchaser wmia  tarty-hve
Btreel   where we will slill OOn- day, from the date of the (list  pun
aying, wood and coal. I default ol �� caveat.or ce     ba ootn-
.   desire to thank our friends for  pendenB betas  Wed within such per
��3.|SS accorded us in |01, or ,��� ,tefani, of redemp Ion betor
.ur old slaml. and trust We_WinJtfll| jy^jjjj, ^^f^^S
from setting up nny clsim to>oi-in reaped   of  the  said   bind, ami   1   shall
\ Idual fisherman and Indui lni   I ,etn t
comply with the regul iti ins.   Mi
di eeded in com incl .   Am
ei Icam   thai  the   systei li    nai
les and  th ���
Indi  Idu ���   usl ei me     B    imi
concession       which      Mr       Brodi
H ��� iuenci . and
which could not   pri
....
Iceni      he ha
...        e the   Americ u    ���
\n���'. then  Sli   Alai
In   i nr. I   in i Iflcal i m
���
Dropped    Their   Objections.
In n ���     imei leant   di i . i
obji oi  a 'im leai
The    i nil..,    States    repi i sei taiivei
���
��� . New foundlan ion i
.������ Sue ;
��� ion   might   |      . thei    ar-
���   I whb       New in indland.
'i the United Stati thei ���
��� ie ijei tion     11 w ���
evi     Bi;  Alan Aylesworth di.! n     w
- lious drawback.    If
I the Americans were to renew their oi-
]ectioi   t aa&da would i��e no woiae of
! than she is now.
Incidentally, the minister of justice
regarded the American request lor a
recognition of the right oi Americans
to lie granted licenses as of great
value from a legal Standpoint. It
constituted tlie clearest possible recognition of the propriety of the Cana
dlnn system.
A compliment to the reasonable
spirit shown by the American negotiators closed Sir Alan Aylesworth'p
speech.
Mr. Foster made some general observations on tbe arrangement effected.
Some Questions Asked.
Dr. Daniel, of Pt. John, asked if
American fishermen had had in the
past the right to take out Canadian licenses. The minister replied that no
case bad arisen in which an Amei lean
had applied, but that he would think
as n matter of law that the treaty of
ISIS gave tbem that right.
Mr, Crosby, of Halifax, asked if
there was any disposition to divide
Canadian interests from those of Newfoundland.
No, replied Sir Alan Aylesworth. Si
Edward Morris was consulted.    There
was   DO   desire  to    desert     Nl wl'ound-
land In any circumstances which   de^
manded Jolni action.
nneei them mid a lot Ol new ones al
��� w place.
BF.l.YF.A  * CO.
!��� phones, 160 and TS2.
: ..nice phone 119.
LAND ACT.
lol 466, group 1, in tho DllWel
'. Mew Westminster:
eas proof Ol Hip ���'���*** of ('rl' ,
title  No,  6870F, Issued    in    the
Ol   l.ee   Soon.   Lee   Yick   QUOn,
. .a tiled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration  <��r one month  from
the date ol the tirst publication hereof, in a dailv newspaper published m
the City of New Westminster. Issue n
duplicate or the said certificate, unl��s6
in  the   meantime   valld   objection   bo
made to me In writing.
0. B, KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westmln
B   C., January  IT. 1911.
NOTICE.
register Emma MacLaren, William
Chalmers  MacLaren  and   John   Kd-
waril Valillee ns owner thereof In fee
And 1 hereby order Hint publication
of ibis notice for thirty dnys In a
dailv   newspai er   published    In    New
Westminster, win be good and sum
clent  servbe thereof.
Haled  al   Ibe  Land  Heitlstty  Otlice,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,,  Ibis  Bth  day   ol   January,
A. I). 1911.
C. 8. KEITH,
District  Registrar
To Albert  It. Walworth
NOTICE.
irsonal applications   will   be   re
ived hy the Delta Municipal Council  the
To   Water   Consumers���City   of   New
Westminster.
According to the new regulations
adopted at tbe beginning of the year,
all water services are inyab'e at. least
quarterly, no more monthly payments being received.
In order to receive the benefit of
fi per cent, rebate,  ihe ndyanoe
SHOWER  BLESSINGS
ON    NEWSPAPERMEN
Regina, Jen. "7     \ question which'
has been much discussed   ol   recent
weeks  in  the  rniti-d  States and Can
ada, the power and tendency if the
daily press, was tout bed on by Rev, T
Ubert  Moore, D, D., bead of the Tem
perance and  Moral Held ni committee
of the Methodist church in Canada, in i
an address at the Metropolitan church,
Hr.    Moore   expressed   the   opinion
that  the newspapers told more of the
bad  things  in  tbe woi Id  than of the
good was because it was ordinary for
things  to  be good and extraordinary
for them to he had.   Ile did not thin <
the world had ever been better than It
was now.
Dr   Moore called down blessings up-
every    one   connected    with    the
nn Saturday, January 28, at 3 p.m
'   ������ .OSltlon Of assessor     Applicant t.
���  ��� lalary required.
N.  A.   Mcl'iTARMID
nnsti    be
Clerk Municipal Council.
���adner, January isih. Wll.
tor I payment for tha   garter   ra
'm.,,ie before the end   ot    ne   nrst
Montn of th* same.  ^   ^^
City Clerk.
Cfty Hull, .lunuiu-y 80; HHl.
make-up of tbe daily papers in Can-; i
ada. They are helping to make Can-1
ada helter hy taking the right views,
said Dr. Moore. There never was a
time In Canada's history when tho
daily papers had so many editorials
leaching the clti/enshlp of Canada.
tbe glorious value of morals and of
Christian  conduct ns during ir>10.
Dr. Moore had a few severe things
to say regarding some week-end
sheets publisho 1 ln Canada, which
are opposed to any attempt at moral
reforms. Tbey are not helping tho
cause of righteousness in Canada, hc
stated.
New Westminster Opera Mouse
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Messrs. Sam S. and
Lee Shubert present
Mary Mannering
In a PEay of Modern Life
BY   RACHEL  CKO'
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
SEATS READY SATURDAY
Native
AND   OTHER   SONS!
Have  you  your evening suit accessories for the coming event?
Our Evening Clothes are correct by all the canons of good
form. No gentleman who is
particular as to correct dress is
without the Swallowtail for the
formal, and the Tuxedo for less
formal occasions.
Refined taste satisfied, comfortable elegance assured, when
wearing one of our Dress Suits.
Full line of accessories to
select from; Vests, Gloves, Ties,
Etc., Etc.
REID& CO.
601 Columbia Stre* t.
The Ste re of  Satisfaction PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV  NEWS.
SATURDAY, JANUAR
Y 28.
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TO THE MAN
Who Figures Closely
and MAKES HIS
DOLLARS COUNT
WHEN HE BUYS
Builders' Hardware
We offer him a suggestion
that it would pay him to visit
our hardware store first, li is
no trouble to show our goods.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
A PRACTICAL SCHOOL FOR
PRACTICAL PEOPLE.
No ether school in Canada���we make
no exceptions���gives its students such
a broad and comprehensive business
education, such abundant preparation
for the serious duties of life. Is the
hest too good for you?
Day and  Night School.
For particulars apply to���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
For the balance
of this week we
are selling
At Cost
Fibre Tubs
Churns
Picnic
Baskets
Door Mats
Don't miss this
chance!
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
1
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R 113. Office:  Princess St
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Los Angeles, where she wi 1 spend thu
Qexl  two month;-.
Subscribers to the Lauder recitals
wlll kindly note the programs in toda) 'a issue.
Cosmopolitan is open night and
day. **
All the games scheduled for today
in the city Boccer league have beea
postponed on  account  of the heavy
lull of snow.
Look on page three for Johnston's
big sale of bai gains.
.Men's  gum  boots $4.26 al  Sinclair's
| Introduction Sale. **
Rev, .1. S. Henderson will preach to-1
I morrow    morning    and    evening    in
| Mount   Pleasant   Presbyterian  church,
Vancouver.
Meals at the Cosmopolitan cafe 20c
and  up.
Single and double course tickets at
$1.5o and $3.00 for Lauder recitals in
St. Patrick's ball may be obtained
Horn members of the Educational Club
or at P. J. MacKenzle's store.       **
There is money in these at present
prices. Eighty acres of good land in
section 7, township 2. on the Williams
road, for $100 per acre, one-third cash
and the balance over two years; also
ten acies in Eaet Delta, facing on the
Scott road, $1100 i'er acre, one-third
cash, balance o, 12, IS and 2-t months.
See White, Shiles & Co. **
Miss Minnie Victorson, appearing in
"This Woman and This Man." will be
the attraction at the opera house tonight.
Saturday special for infants, a large
assortment of "Vici," "Patents," Don-
golas," "Box Calf" and 'Velour Calls."
Your choice at $1.00. Sinclair's Intro
duction Sale. **   '
When entering Johnston's Big Shoe
store you see nothing but bargains
staring you in the face. *���
Rev. S. J. Green, of Eburne, will
preach morning and evening in the
Shth Avenue Methodist church tomorrow.
Nothing but white labor employed
at the Cosmopolitan cafe. **
Mr. w. Waugh Lauder wlll give
eight interesting and educative "Talks
at tbe Piano," with program of finest
music, afternoons and evenings of
February l, ", :'. and 6, Miss Lauder
assisting in vocal numbers. St. Patrick's hall, 3;3D and 8:30 p.m.     **
Rev ,C. W. Brown, of Queens Ave
nue Methodist church, will preach tomorrow morning on "A Revival of Religion," and in the evening on "Sin
an* Forgiveness."
Three and  one-half acies  in  South
Westminster, close to tie bridge. Call
in  and  get  special  price  and    term-;.
11 White, Shi'.es & Co. **
Saturday s] e ir.l for boys, a splendid boot for this weather, will keep
ont the water, $1.95. Sinclair's Introduction Sale. *'
In the case of Smith & Co. vs. Clark,
a suit involving a small sum of money,
judgment was given for the plaintiff
lai the trial before Judge lloway yes-1
terday.
Men's $6.Q0 surveying hoots. A
splendid boot to keep out water. Sinclair's Introduction sale, $:!.4.ri.     **
Ten acres of good land one and one-
quarter miles from (. loverdale, half
mile from school and church. Three
acres under cultivation, 250 fruit trees,
modern seven roomed house, wired for
electric light, telephone ln the house.
The price is $4500, with cash payment
of $1600, and the balance can run over
a reriod of six \ears. See White,
Shiles & Co. **
A young Burnaby lad named Nyland
appeared in court yesterday on a
charge of theft. He had been up before and the magistrate, taking all the
circumstances into consideration, sentenced him to two years iu the reform -
tory.
Women's Doctor's Special, absolute
ly waterproof. Sinclair's Introduction
Sale, $4.05. "
George Martin, ot Brunette street,
Sapperton, who was injured by falling
in his kitchen on Wednesday, died at
the Royal Columbian hospital yesterday' morning, bis heatt having been
affected as a result of the accident.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
been made. Deceased leaves a wife
and three small children to mourn
hls loss.
We are not    selling    a lot    of    odd
shapes and odd sizes, but good reliab e
footwear  at   unheard-of   prices.     Sin-1
clair's Introduction Sale. **    I
C. P. Grant, of the    Fraser    Valley]
Record and    Abbotsford    Post,    tele-1
phoned  the Daily  Xews yesterday  to |
the effect that exaggerated reports of
the smallpox epidemic at Mission City
had    been    circulated    outside.      Ho!
stated  that  only  a    few    cases    had
broken out in Mission, und all of these
were of a mill type.
J. F. McLean, alhiB Carraher, will be
seen on the stieets no more for (lire-;
years, that being the sentence meted
OUt to bim yesterday bv Maelstrrtp
Edmonds. McLean is the man who
stole $280 from P. Devoy while the
hitler wns a patient In St. Mary's hos-
��� "al. It "'us shown lh"t t_revlo'w to
the time he came to Xew Westminster the man had a good record. His
wife, whom he married on the proceeds of the robbery, was In the court
room and she collapsed when ber husband was sentenced.
w. Oracey, the Mission man accused
Iof robbery, appeared  for trial yesterday, but as almost all the crown wil
nesses  weie quarantined  at   Mission
ithe case bad to be Indefinitely    adjourned.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.    Phone 310. **
Nearly three Inches of snow fell in
this city and district  yesterday.    Sev-
, eral of the mills will be closed today
as a result, it being difficult to handle
the lumber while the ground is cover-
led with "the beautiful."
Twenty-flve acres on the McLellan
road near Colebrook, $160 per acre;
terms to be arrange I. See While,
Shiles & Co. ��*
Sam Prest, a Mount Sumas man,
will appear in court today on a charge
of hunting deer with digs. He was to
have come up yesterday, but the
crown was not ready to go on with the
case.
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Pbone It -08 *���
Advertisement
In Daily News Monday
���      ���
morning, giving  particulars of our =	
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.
nnua
ISal
Big A 	
ox Remnants
e
Every End must be cleared out hei ore
we finish stocktaking.     Monday  and
Tuesday are  tke   days    set   for   tkis
money-saving event.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Geo.
Adams
Pbone 92
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up
16,200,000
Reserve         0,900.000
The Hank bas 175 branches,'
extending In Canada lrom the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONLON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
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Five and Ten Acre Blocks
CLOVERDALE���Five acies, a new house and good barn, best, of good
soil for market gardening. Adjoins Cloverdale townsite where
you have many city conveniences and the electric car to market.
Price   $2800.    Easy   terms to arrange.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres fu ly cleared. This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a first, class market garden or poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange on easy paymenl s.
f Wart 4 Co., Urtj
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If s Snow
Use Talkin
The Best Place To
Buy Your
House Furnishings
is from
Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR LEAST MONEY
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets   New Westminster.
Phone 829.

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