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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  15  Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
iLtTMB i, NUMBER 8S9.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  WEDNESDAY   MORNING.  JANUARY   25, Wll.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
FIELDING RETURNS
TO OTTAWA TODAY
jj, iprocity Negotiations to
be Announced Tomorrow.
- Treaty With Japan.
the
t_wa. Jan. 25.���Speaking   in   ._.
esterday afternoon Sir Wilfrid
nnounced  tbat  lion.  W   S.
Minister of finance, would be
.   from  Washington, where
���. ;.  William Paterson, minis
���   ou,  have  been   attending
������  confernces with repro-
.     , -   ol   the   l'nited   States   -
��� of tlie negotiations will
. od in parliament on Thurs-
Wilfrld also announced that ne-
.   were   now  proceeding   in
in  for a new treaty with
na '.a is to be a party   to
��� ��� ment.
woman who ome wist   ISKOND READING Of    RUSH SENT TO SEARCH "�� befy ��H
IN 1861 PASSES AWAY
Mrs.   Priscilla   Nicholson,   Resident   of
District   for   Half   Century,
Enters on  Last   Rest.
OLD POSTOFFICE   MAN
CHARGED  WITH   CRIME
Another of the oldest residents of
the city, Mrs. Prise-ilia Nicholson, wif<
of Malcolm Nicholson, passed away a;
her home. 233 Sixth aun.e, )ester-
day.
SI e was seventy-three years oil and
came to this province from Eastern
Canada as tar hack as 1861, just fifty
years a^o. For many > ea s fhe
family lived in Burnaby, but fer the
I .?������ fifteen years they have been living   in   Westminster.
The late Mrs. Ni, ttol :. . ��� survived
by her husband, m e -..- and I rei
daughters. One ron, Cl ar es. is a
������ i-nt of this city and the < ther one,
Harry, is living in California.
Of the three daughters .'-lrs. King
lives in Vancouver. Mrs Johnston it;
Chilliwack and Mrs. Wilkie at tho
family home on Sixth avenue.
The arrangements for the funeral
have not yet been made
THE UNIVERSITY BILL EOR DEMENTED CAPTAIN
FROM FORTIFIED CABIN
Premier, Replying to Critics,: Master of Wrecked Wiima
Says Much Land is Avail-     May  Have   Perished
113
able for Pre-emption.
Victoria, .lan. 24.���Tbe Hen. Dr.
Young's bill to extend for three years
the time for the selecting ol the lands
fer the B. C. university endowment
passed its sei ond reading in the house
today.
Alaskan Forest.
, Juneau, Jan 2-4.���Deputy Marshal
Fells, of Petershorough, today asked
the    customs   officials   to send    the
i revenue cutter Hush to search for
t or..man '.cr Captain Anderson, of tne
Wtlma. a fishing boal which was
wrecked near   rurnabout    Island    on
Three Men, Armed to the Teeth, Hol.i
Authorities at  Bay  in  Washington���May   Be  Murderers.
HOTEL MAN COWED
WITH OWN REVOLVER
The Hush left at once on its sc  n
for Anderson,  but  little hope of  finding bim is felt, for   though   he got
. sh. re with the others his mini became   deranged   and
the   forest,   where   it
perished.
ROGERS RUMOR    REVIVES.
Jan. 24.���Carson B. Wilson, i
teen years    superintendent    of ���
the Denver postofflce,    was!
is afternoon on a warrant
hn  with  embezzlement    of
; . ivernment funds.   It is al- 	
���   ..-  Wilson  failed to turn over;
amounts  of  chenies  he  had j Agitation on in Britain A
-.-.'. local firms in payment
. .    -._  ..nl postal charges   ou
iss matter.    Wilson  was    re-
I       i bond.   His arrest waa
��� a-  surprise, as be was promln-
i.  and   had   been   employ) 1
[fice for more than twen-
rv-fivi   .
BILE TO GIVE MURDERERS
CHOICE l)F MODE OF DEATH ||
iming at Substitution of Anaesthetic for
the   Gallows.
The bill came in for criticism from   -l8': "'r}   10'
,   ���   ��� , _,   , Two survivors of the wreck rea tied
J. H. Hawthornthwai.e,   Parker   W .1-   ,v,, sb ;,   ...    u,,}    jn a famlshe<]
Ham and 11. Brewster, when it wus condition
dis ..ssea in committee of the whole,
ln his criticism HawtLornthwaite contended that tbe setting aside of two
million acres of land for university
endowment would mean the letardia-
of settlement in tlie province.
ln replying to this argument Premier McBride pointed out that the
amount of land sought was onlj a
small section of the aiea available for
pre-emption purposes. Of tbe 29,000,-
..cres of land in the province. 80,-
 ,000   have   already   been   reserved
for purposes of pre-emption. Ot Che
100,000 acres surveyed during the past
wu years, every acie is now available
for pre-empting. Tbe idea was to have
the provincial university a credit t.v
British Columbia, and in order to secure the necessary funds it had been
deemed advisable tc. ask for tbe area
of  laud  mentioned  in the bill.
Dr. Young, speaking in support of
ihe bill, said British Columbia was
the
Tacoma. Jan. 24.���Three men wanted for forgery iu the town oi Summer
have armed themselves to the teeth,
fortified a cabin near the town and arc
holding tbe authorities at bay,
Tlie forgeries wore found out before the men bai time to leave town
and  they  were  pursued  to  the cabin.
Among their number is believe.1 to
be the man or men w i o murdered
Fred Barnet, ��� saloon man of Der-
ren.er. two weeks ago.
Another    Regatta   on   Zambesi.
Melbourne, Australia, Jan   24.- Ne
gotlatlona  are  under  waj   to bold a
championship lowing  regatta on the
Zambesi   river,   South   Africa,   a   fea-!
ia   u*o   min i   i'---    uuuuiwi    liver,    r'uuui    .-viiua.   a    .i.
he  rushed .into  ture of which will be a race between ,oar'UH'
is supposed  he j English and Australian eights for the ,     .jJT1
 " ~   amateur   rowing    champion lcve,ed
�� ol Id s
ship.
Winnipeg, .lan. 24.���While tbere
have been vague rumors for some
time that Hon. Robert Rogers, minister of public works for Manitoba,
would enter federal politics, contest
ing some western politics which
might be made vacant for him, the affair is purely gossip. Mr. Rogers is
out of the city and is not known bo
have  discussed  the  subject.
in  official  circles it  is denied that
Hoi.    Colin   Campbell,   attorney-gen-
bill,   said   British   Columbia   was: eral.   will  be   succeeded  by   Mr.    An-
greatest   university   province   In]draws or any one else.    At the last
CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE
B u rglar,   Fou n d   In* * Tom
Quilty Rifling TiU, Halts-
Boniface With Gun.
(Ine of the coolest of all hoi d-up.
that ha.e taken place in the district
recent]] bas been reported from Wes��-
minster Junction.
On Mondav night. Tom Quilt?, proprietor ot the Coquitlam hotel, bean)
some   ono   tampering   with   the    o.isln
registei in the bai He went d.-w-n
and found i man removing the. money
from the cash register. M; Qnilt.y
picked up ,-i stool and started toward
the burglar
The burglar bad evidently si?o��l uj��
the bar before Mr. Quilty entered,
and when be saw bim coming blunder the bar and look oul
proprietor's revolver which lv
leveled at the owner. Mi Quills
knew the revolver w.-.s loaded as bo
bad attended to that himself, am! 8i��
be dropped the stool and remained
standing at tbe burglars command.
Tbo hold-up man, keeping Quilt]
covered   with  tbe  revolver,  then   On-
DRAFTS NEW SCHEDULE SS %^Mof eMptiai! ,ho -*
Car Shops Drop Out���Men Who Introduced    Fisticuffs    in    Saturday's
Game Severly Censured.
len took a bottle of whisks
and  still  retaining  the  revolver, left
Ibv the collar door, wliich was the wav
he came.
Tbe   police    wore   notified,  hut   tui
; trace w ;,s found of the robber.
	
At a meeting of the city   football
WOMAN   FORGETS  BAG
CONTAINING $31,003
Long Beach, Cal.    .lan.    21���Wht*n
Detfct.ve Burns for Spokane.
Jan   24.���Il  is announced
i tive Willi im .1. Bums
. ; okane to take up the
��� -   murderer   of   Police
[���   Sullivan     Bums has
on the  Los   An-
.. i    Times dynamiting case.
Frenchman   Favors   Peary.
Jan   24.���Dr.  .lean   Charcot,
��� ���   Frei   h        ���-. tli   explorer, issue 1
[> France to fo'low   other
London. Jan. 24.���A bill, will be introduced at the next seasion of iar-
i liameut for the abolition of the gal-
! lows, and tbe strictly private dispatch
of condemned men in their cclis by
means e.f an anaesthetic. The measure bis already been drafted, and it<
passage is being agitated by a grou I
under the leadership ol a. C, Benson,
the author, and son of the late Bishop
of Canterbury.
"1 cannot help thinking;' Mr Ben
son s;iys, "that a condemned maa
should be able to choose both the
lime within lived Units, and the manner of his death, and that the robe
the   g'-eato-t    university   province   In draws  or any  one  eise.    ai  me  msi |      u  .,   meeting  of   the   city    rootoau Long  Beaca, i ai .    .ian.    *���*���������*���**
Canada   per   capita    sending   200   stu election his majority  was 350, though   league yesivrda>   evening,  the league ' Mrs. Mary McCall boarded a car to pn
dents to the universities in tbe ea-^t at the previous election be gained hts   Wlls  formally   granted  permission  to to a bank toda>  she left  a handbag
everv ver'while 400 others were tak- S��t   by   thosete  o!   the  returning  of- Untet the  B,  C,   A    A.  V.. a  loiter to containing $20,000 In cash and $ll,0��
ina   lueliminiiv   courses  in  the  prov- beer.                                                                 that effect being racelvd from Kev. A. in negotiable paper on  a bench.   Stn-
ng   pielimin.ii>   cour.es                  1                                                I       ^   .oerctars  of tb    local branch did not learn ber loss until she voaoli-
e'                        ���PP P11N  ,N   .   HoLDUp          of the amateur association. od the bank.   Thou she shrieked
Ma
ny
��!I1   appeal   ic   riitncc;   cu   tu icm     uurc.   i
in honoring Capt. Robert   lv ��� sources of medical  science' should
--    ' *      -  1--     .1...     .l.^n.l,     ....      ....
I -
��� erer   of  the   north
KOMURA WOULD STRENGTHEN
AMiLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE |
employed to make the death as swift
as I uiet, and as painless as possible.
"li a prisoner In the Bolltude ol bis
cell might be allowed t. swallow a
potion, or be done to death by an anaesthetic, death would have absolute
privacy and decorum about it. But the
awful ceremony and apparatus of violent-death seems io me utterly barbur
ous and mediaeval.
POISONED    OYSTERS.
Cases   cf   Illness   Due   to    Copper   Poisoning.
Washington,   Jan.   24.���That   many
mysterious cases of illness   may   ae
attribute.)   to  cop; or  poisoning  from
oysters, is the opinion of officials of
the bureau of chemistry In the department of agriculture.    Ksioits of tint
i bureau are now   making examination
of oyster hods and have found  that
many   contain   copper.     These     beds
i vvill in- condemned.
The' copper decs not  invade the vital parts of the o.vstcr bui la taken up
by the outer flesh, Many of the oysters examined have been made grei n
by the mineral.
SEE   FUN    IN   A   HOLDUP
	
Society Women Make High School
Principal Put Up Hands.
KUenburg. Jan. 24.���Harvey Mc-
cm principal of the high Bchool, was
held up a second time, but, unlike bis
experience some nights ago. he losl
untiling. As he Btood with his bands
in the air he discovered thai the
"hold-ups'' were two society vs onion,
win. did il "just  for fun."
ot the amateur association. od the bank     Then she shrieked
e>niy four teams now remain In thai    "1 have lost $31,000.'
city   league,    the    car    Bhops    having       Two motorcyclists and two boys ou
dropped out.    The survivors are the  bicycles Immediately   started out    u>
Sappertons, High School, Hangers and   find the money.
Westminster Cits j    One ot th.> motorcyclists found  u
A  lev ised  schedule  sv.,s dialled last    where   Mrs.  McCall  bad   left   tt   on  tbc
night, games being  arranged  as  toi   bench m a park
lows,  the   flrst   named   being  the   Inmc I  ���	
team.     January   28,   City    ss.    High '
Foreign Minister of Japan's Speech Indicates  Drawing  Closer  of   Bonds���
Will   Make for Peace.
Packey Gets Another Match.
Kansas City. Mo. .lan 24.- Packey
MacFarland, of Chicago and Jack
Barada, ol st Joseph, Mo., were
matched he-' nlghl to flghi ten i ound
here on February G Barada recently
fought a ten-round draw bare with
Johnny  McCarthy, of San  BYanclaco,
TROUBLED   BY   HIS   CONSCIENCE.
Cheated Bank Sixty Years Ago, He
Now Returns Money.
Vienna, Jan. 24.���The sum of $25
"conscience money." was received by
the manager of a well-known Vienna
hunk this week from an Austrian wbo
emigrated to America more than sixty
Tokio,   Jan.    24.���Foreign    Minister
Ki:.: ira, in a speech today In the low-
t. house of the diet, declared tbat the
strengthening of  the AngloJapanese 1*���*^��-formwl, the custom of ap
.    woukl   be   a   Powerful    actoi | ,,;,;,���,.������ ���, n��� Istnuu; time en
lor continued peace In theta] east.    , h  (lH,ir   ,������_,,,-,,
Hi  reiterated that the interests ot thyrf��9 ^jgL ,���.,.. ,,���,..     The old
Japan and Russia meet In Manchuria, dealt fo   tn ning p^ , ^ ^ ^
ami the sole object of the  ate agre^ wjg|_ the hank In question by call
....ni was a policy of "hands off.   He j ens a ^ ^ Christmas   gift, di>
said the government was endeavoring , ����� M| K,,,,m, vllll ,���
to effect new treaties of ...mai footing   I 'I���.    b Hp  (,nly   ,0
FIRE WIPES OUT HOME OF
NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE
THOMPSON DID NOT MEAN
TO BREAK PROVINCIAL l^
School,'Sapperton vs. Rangers; Feb-I
i i miry 4, City ss. Bapperton, liUb '
; School ss. Rangers; February ii.
I High Bchool vs Sappatton, Citj vs.]
��� Rangers, February is, ctty vs.
High School, Rangers ss. Bapperton;
(February 2R Bapperl in vs Ctty, Rang
eiB vs   High Bchool
Bruce and  Taylor,  who mlxod  pugilism  sviih  football   last   Saturday,
were   Severely   censured,  a   iiiliiiK   be
ing made thai any player offending In
future   in   like   manner   svo.ihl   bit   -"
vorely dealt   with.
Gazetted
Ottawa,   Jan.
smart  has been
Commander.
���:.     Majot    J    l������v
gaietted commands
ot the sixth regiment, D. C <>. u.
STAR! IMFHO\EMENTS
ON 1I.E.E.H. EITY StllVItt
ACTRESS     CRUSHED     BY     GIANT
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Burrls    Suffer   Serious
Loss���Had to Escape From  Burning   House   In   Night   ClotlieB.
Fighter  Explains  Knockout  at  Recent
Bout at Millside Was Accidental���
The  Lid   It on  Now.
SerlouB  Accident   to    Leading  Woman
In  Play or "Quo  Vadls"
I tlpiipvfl, .Inn Ni ��� Oiirlnp the repre
ppiitfltlem of "IJiio Vniil=" nt tbe
Ci and   theatie   here,   n   serious   acci
Larger Cars Replace Old if, 38 and 3��
���Both Tracks on Colurrbia Street
Now  In   Use.
Complaint nhotii ��� I
on the B. t. F. H. i ii
have to cease, for curs
small csis use��I
Hues will now
_r.
lu reference lo a reporl that be bad
doubU-drOS88d  the    provincial    police
_ bat the discussions with 'be Urlt
Wl :"iernment wore proceeding favorably, ,
Komura said Japan confidently looked forward to the successful coiiclu-
iton Boon of a new treaty that would
bi   ��� itisfaotory  to both  countries.
Koreman Gets Appointment.
Montreal, Jan. 24.���R. ���'��� Foreman
baa been appointed assistant general
freight ment of the C.rand Trunk
Pacific railway. His headquarters will
'��� ���   ��� Winnipeg.
SI i I PINO CUR RATES
ARE REDUCED ON C.P.R.
for
hn ii
calved a second presenl ot a Ho In
The  act   has  wo  weighed  i n  I Is   con
science   ever   since   thai    he   decided
this Christmas to repay ihe florin to
the bank, together with Interest
sixty   years.    The  btilili   manager
gl.eii the $26 to a charity.
Young  Man  Killed.
Gait, Jan, 24, -i,aing ('..wan. aged
twenty-four, was fatally injured In an
explosion today while attempting to
repair an acetylene gas planl In his
home,   lie was struck on the bead by
In ih inn piece of machinery and tiled
' later.
A flre which wiped oni the home
und  belonging of  Br. and   Mrs   C.  A.   .i.,....^	
Hun Is. of Sitpperlon, took place on j by holding B pi be flght at Millside re-
Sunday morning, Mr, and Mrs BUI'-1 cehtt. , Jack Thompson, the fighter,
ids  have  just  recently   been  manled   stated yeslettlpy fiat be had acted in
'   good  fallb  witli  the bollce.
The fiabt   nl   Mil'slde    was    not    a
prize flghi. as the men fought for in
and wore living In n temporary hduid
on Kelly street
Mi.  BtfrriS1  brollier wns living  with
tbem   and   00    Similar    moiultig    lm
arose umi pul ot a flre   The ohlmhey
ran right through the roof wllhout
nny protection ftnd It Is supposed Hint
the pipe got led hot and set lire to
Ihe  roof
The   whole   place   wns   nbbi'/e   ill   a
prize, but  divide I    the    gale    mone
evenly     llis    opponent.    Kelley,    wns
knocked QUI In the second round, but
timi  might  happen    al    any    fight  eleven fl'letidly span lng matches,
Tlle referee hml instructions to stop
the fight If be saw Unit    It    was    tdd
tiiHinl   mesne   nere,   a   oci.uuo   ����-.������ t��� w��.~., 37, .IS anj
lent  happened  to tbe leading  woman,   39.  which  were the onlv single truck
Mile   Kossa.  who  was taking  the roll   cars on the service, have been taken
of  Cyelft       It   was  in  the  secon 1  actjoff the run.
tbat  i\i. Hnmberg, n giant  I'rsiis, carried ofr  Lygia  from  Vinlcliis.  but  on
nrrlvlns   behind   the   wings    he    fell
heavily  with Hie little actress underneath      No   bones   weie   broken,   but
the doctors  said   Mile.   Kcs,n  was  so
severely   bruised   thnt   she  would   not
be able to resume bet part for sevetal
tlfirs.
.bole   plBOe   was   nnui/e   iu    ���   ������.-
moment nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. llm rl.  hnrc ! one-shied, or if be thought that one of
ly escaped In  their night  rl.thes     A ithe men was liable to be burl     II war
sent  In nnd  No.   1 re I merely  n  chance  blow  that   knocked
lire iilnrm   was
1. te to snve
"ay    Commission    Formally    Ap-
:-oves Lowering of Pullman Car
Tariff���East Benefits Most.
Floater    Identified.
Vancouver,    Jan.    26.���The    body
found floating In the Inlet last Tbur.-i
day baH been Identified nn that of I,
C, Reamy, of tch Twelfth avenue
east, thin (Ity. He bad heen missing
from his home silica November
Kearny   leaves   a   wife,    two sons  find
.three (laughters.    An   inquest   will   be
I held today.
.ponded   lit   once,  bul   Ion
anything, I
Kvery  Rtbk  of  furniture ntnl  pvpry
article of clothing In the building was
burnt  and only n pile of nshes marks j
where  the  bouse once  stood.
It Is understood thnt ne ther the
building dOT the contents were covered  by  Insurance.
CANADIAN NORTHERN TO
BRIMi MANY IMMIGRANTS
Kelly out.
Thompson hns condiii led nil bid
fights squarely and has no Inteiitbm
Of desire to break the law.
According to a statement mmi" vp=-
terday by t'rioiriciRl Cotistnhlp Wllkie,
sparring contpsts tnttaquetadlftg n>
1'ii'p fights will l.p bnrrp.l in this dis
trict  from now nn.
TO   KILL   BYLAW
Montreal,   Jan.   24.���The     railway
-ion today    gave    formal    ap-
Of the new sleeping and  per-
'    ar tariff  of the C.  P.  R.. which
into elTeet. on February 16,
urman   Mabee.   ot   the   commi3
AT   MOOSE   JAW
STRANOER WOttS SEEEP
BT PAYING 01.0 OEDT
PERJURY   CHARGES   FOLLOW
ENQUIRY    INTO   MURDER
Hn.elton. .Inn 21 Tbe body ef the
Indian girl Jannett, has been b:ought
fo Il!i7plten A postmortem es'simlii'i-
Hon disclose 1 the fact that tbe murder was the most brutal tint ne, the
body being terribly mutilated. The
coroner's jury nfter sitting for three
days nnd examining sp pntpen wi(-
iipssps. Klsplo. Indian, ami one white
man, returned a vprdict of wilful mur-
der by pnrty or partlps unknown.
. pvprnl wiHipssps In endeavoring io
shield the gnlty imp. perjured tbem-
fpIvps while giving evidence and win
be prosecuted.
U. S. TARIFF BOARD
TO   BE   PERMANENT
Tbey   have   been   replaced   by   cars
In the hundred series, similar to those
now used on the city lines.   Tlie management of the company hns had thc
change   under   advisement   for   sometime and the only reason that it was'
not  inaugurated bct'oio, as Local Manager 1). J. Stewart stated to a News,
reporter last night,  was that the new-
cars had not arrived.
They   arrived   hist   week   nnd   were
put  Into comml��slon  ;it   once.
For the past two dttys the compttny
bits been using both Hip tracks on "o
Intnl.I;i s-ttpet and It is expected thnt
In a few d;iy. ith announcement reldt
lng to radlcnl improvements In tbo
(i'v  service will he made.
SEVEN HASTE UNBIDDEN
INTO WI.F. OF SHADOWS
Portland Troubled by Epidemic of Suicides���Average  of  One  a  Day
Is  Maintained.
Moose Jaw. .Ian. 24-Application baa
heen filed with the local regisrar by
representative* of the lb,.or in ere at-
in  which  grounds  were set. forth  for
r, pointed out that the new tariff; ���i.ashmg   r^'^'   X"n.    The ap-
dM a general reduction of Pullman ; cenf.ly Pf**^*?**^   tedinicalitle.S,
* Hnk. in spite of the fact Itesl P��ca���� jj  b^ al eged    non-compli
weSt. of Calgary are higher et | Jjfjg^j*W�� preiimin,rv
aa".rngement.s and  in ���j^'fj*-
petition. The applieation is ret' ���
hie before Judge ^usele.y on friday.
January 27.
mills per mile than they are
���astern sections of Canada.
ln
General    Immigration    Agent    Howell
Leaves tor England to Complete
Arrangements.
Ottawa,     .'an.     24. ��� Fx-Ftrtgadiev
Howell,   formerly    of    fhe   Salvation
Army    hut  now   general   immigration   _     	
nspnVfor the Canadian Northern rail-j to Seattle, on the desk
Washington. Jan. 24.���A permanent j
taiiff hoard of five mpmhers to invps-i
tigate .ll (|tiesti".Tis for the benefit of
concress is provided for in a till
iiminimii.isly agreed on hy the house
committee on ways and means today.
The bill, effective July 1. contains substantially tbe provisions of tbe i.ong-
I worth and  Hal/ell bills.
FIELDS
*>
Typhoid in Ottawa.
i v:��.. Jan. 26���The typhoid
��� sr  '-������pidemic    will    he    difl-
sd ;H b special meeting cf
it.y    council    tonight--    if
I'evar    cmaa   continue    to de-
"lop ii  vvill he   necessary    to
estahllaR   an    emei'ij'ency     hoa-
rital to handle r.hem.
������������������������������������������������.nein the state.
Nevada May Bar Cigar��M����
Carson City, Nev., Jan. 24.���tf the
hill pending in the state senate to-
day passes, both houses, aad. if is believed that, it; will. tt. may mean tbat.
>.��������> ida. will forbid absolutely tho
sale of cigarettes ov "makins." The'
hill makes it ll crime, punishable hy
imprisonment and a fine, to anyone
who sells or aives dsaretrea to any-
Man Who Stole    Rids*    ""    Railroad
Four Years Ago Puts Conscience
at Rest. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  FATAL   EXPLOSION
  IN    THE    0|(^^^^^
s����ttle   Tan   24.���"Now I'll be able
lATr'toni'M''     And with these      Santa Barbara. Cal.. Jan.   24.-��he
' wordH   n-ange man placed $9.40. the1, ma��� was killed and another probably
'SVtWo f^es - No,h VaMma;SLbm,uin an ^explosion J> J
ZZ^Z^t tomorrow toW���^  * <*"* -    - | company, at Meatra, at three t, Cock
Portland, Ore,, Jan. 2;.���An ep^
demie of suicides bas broken out ta
thio citv, seven having killed them-
selvoa in the past seven days.
I.ate   vesterday   Grover   TownsenJ.
took farewell of his wife while stand-
in .   on  the   Hawthorne   hridge,   and
'then  plunged  over  the  rail  into th��
��� river
|    m three of the cases no reason cats
be assigne 1 for the suicides.
  tow to! Superintendent  .1.   ti. trover, ui    a..*,   i,-(.���,,,,,,,.. .,,    _.,
organlzntion   of   the | Northern Pacific yesterday, and walk- *\X[a morning.    The explosion   shook
I ed away without giving his name.      j houses In the neighborhood nnd   the
The strangei; said that four years  Building took flre, causing a spectatfs
 ' 'p,w> nnimn of the explo-,
complete     thd! 	
company's vigorous immigration campaign for this year. He stated that
two steamers, in addition to the company's present vessels, would be
chartered to living out settlers from
Creat Britain.
A large number of tbe immigrants
vvill he destined for points west of
Winnipeg ^^^^^^^^^^^~'
coast
ago' heTrt'bVatra "his" way twice on | ���far blue.    The cause of tbe
�� freight train from Nortli Yakima to' slon is unknown.
Seattle and that   the    incident    had |
caused him many sleepless nights.      ,
He persistently refused to give his
G��c iu\-.\��      ....       K~...
many going through to the
Riots   in
Chicago, Jan. 24.-
Chicago.
jntiy remseu w sue ...�� ,    v/nivoe��, - ,, _- -Two tailor  shops
name and a receipt for $!).40 svas made j were partly wrecked, more than one
out to   "John Doo Smith."   The mon-  hundred non-union tailors were driven'
ey will be sent to tbe company trea- into tbe streets, and six arrests were  ���
ls"ic" nl   St.  Paul  and placed to the   made tn a riot incident   to the gar- *>
credit of passenger earnings. ment workers' strike here today.      .   ���
��� ������������������������������������������������
��� ���
Powder in  Stove. *p*
Roslyn,    Wash.,    Jan.   2L��� ���-
One of the children   of    Matt ������
Harrison is dead and Harrison, ******
with four otber   children,   are ������
dying as the result   on an   ex- ���
plosion of a twenty-flve pound ���
can of powder in the kltjhen of ���
the Harrison home this   even- ���
ing.   Mrs. Harrison was badly ���
burned, but she is expe: ted ta   ���
recover. *9
\
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY
1911
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I   I
I   I
Wastts
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG  LADY AS TIC!
ot seller at thi   t rystal '' ' ������"���'���'���
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
WANTED���WE HAM: A CLIENT
wbo is prepared tei buy ore ;o a
dozen lots north oi Sim!, avenue
and west of Tenth street, if same
are priced marketably. Reid, Curtis
& Dur;-.:. 706 Columbia street.
WANTED���GIRL     POR     GENERAL
housessork.     Apply     Mrs.     A.     M.
Malins, 125 Third avenue.
^*********���**���*****������������.���������*********������"~���**********���-**
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
coat ami dressmaki r, work by ths
day. Apply, Miss McLean, 411
Tenth  street.
REAL   ESTATE
WE have the exclusive sale of the
following, viz.:
CITV  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
ON LULU ISLAND ROAD, within city
limits, live roomed bouse, newly
built. st mds i n I it 63 by hm feet.
Ground cleared, dry, ditched and
; loroughly cultivated. Price $950,
1 cash, balance six and twelve
months.
PORT. MANN���12.87 a:res waterfront,
$7350;  terms to arran e
LANGLEY���Ranch of SO acres, house,
barn, outbuildings, iin acres cleared.
Price $87.50 per acre; liulance over
four sears at 7 per cent.
COQUITLAM���Rochester road, 9',
i: res, Price $6000; one-third cash,
balance ii, 1- and IS months.
���
���
���
���
*
lhe STAGE
���
���
���
THE
QUEEN    OF    THE
ROUGE."
MOULIN
WANTED - EXPERIENCED HELP
for small family. Must be good
plain cook. Best wages. Apply 201
Columbia street.
WANTKD ��� CARPENTERS, ME-
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on streel
car "line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own home
for residence, rem or sale, or we
will build you a home to sut on
small monthly payments. Call
Leibly & Blumer Realty Co.. 1108
Dominion Trust bull ling, Vancouver, (Tel. 8365), or 613 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel.
687.   Oren evenings till 9 p.m
WANTED���TO   RENT   UNFURNISH-
ed, six or seven-roomed house;
must be close in; careful tenants.
Haines  P.  O.  Box  30.
WANTED���JAPANE E WOMAN POR
housework. Apply G., P. O. Hox 29,
Dailv News.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, Xews office.
WANTED���HOARDERS FOR PRI-
vate boarding house; first class
board; all home cookins. Terms
very reasonable. Apply 513 Agnes
street, city.
BURNABY���Subdivision   lots  on gooa
location adjoining city   limits and
new   B.  C.  E.  railway.    Price $i!00
up;  $20 down. %\i\ per month.
CHILLIWACK���160 acre ranch, clear.
ed. close to Chilliwack City, city
water, bounded on two sides by
main roads. Price $200 per acre;
balance in two years.
WE have other exclusive listings in
tiie district.    See us for our list.
BUSINESS BLOCK, in heart of Co-
lumbia street. Stands on two largo
I ts, Present revenue from rents
excec ids 13 ier cent. This property
will greatly advance during the
present year. See us for special
terms, which are easy,
 _____ ���
MANUFACTURING SITE in Sapperton, bounded on two sides by C. P.
railway and Brunette river. Exceptionally good buy. Price $50,000. i
One-quarter cash, balance over fou.
yea: s at 7 ] er rent.
FINE RESIDENCE in best locality,
thirteen rooms. Stands on 132x132
foot lot. Price $10,500. One-thirl
cash, balance ti, 1- und 18 months ;u
7 per cent.
CLEARED     LOTS     (one-fifth    of    an
acre I   lacing Lulu  Island  road  andj
within city limits.    Price $iuo    up.
One-third cash, balance ii, 1- and 18
One cf  the   most   ludi rous  s 3ne<
in that sensational musical triumph,
"Tlie Queen of the Moulin Rouge,
which comes to t-ie Westminster
Opera bouse on Friday, i* due In
pantomine. After tlie great dancing
of the l.allet In the Cafe Quat-z-arti
scene, it is necessary to set the sti go
with chairs and tables with the curtain up. For a long time Samuel E.
Rork, the manager, wo'rr'ed over a
means of doing this naturally without
causing a stage wait Vincent Bryan,
who wrote tlie'lyrics for the pis e,
dropped Into the theatre sviiii John T.
Hall, the composer, to watch a rehearsal.
Everything went along smoothly until the dancers had finished Ryan
jumped into tbe breach. "Hey, Sam,
why don't you put Savourette in there,
soused? Have him Btagger up to a
chair, attempt to sit down, and have
the waiter move it. Same stunt with
a tahle. A couple of waiters handling tables and chairs, and a ji'11 io
take away a drink in a glass, wih lix
you out."
Bryan jumped on the stage to illu;-
strate, dragging Harry snort, t:e
comedian, with him. Composer Hali
pushed Carl Burton, tlie musical director, off the piano-stool and sit at
tli$ keyboard, watching Bryan, as did
the entire company. The s-jng writer
commenced to move about the stage,
.nd Hall. Improvising, followed his
movements, t The music vvas of tic
halting, hostitating vaiieiv. in he ep-
ing with ilie movements of an intoxicate! Individual. It soon took ..n ..
haunting melody, wbicb Burton qui k-
ly placed on paper. Short fell into
tlie spirit of the thing, and in live
minutes a novelty had been worked
up and placed where an awful gap
! ul confronted the manager like a
chasm, with no means of bridging it.
This pantomine of Shorts i.- one .
tiie big laughs of the piece and to hi.;
credil he it said that the comedian
lias had the good sense to eliminate
i^ll horse-play anl "play it straight."
llis dignified bewilderment makes the
scene screamingly funnv.
That   is  enough   to  start    the   merry
dance.
"Here is svhere the man's different
view oi morality steps in and tliimvs
its shadow upon the heart and life of
his wife. The wide gap hetween the
moral outlook of man and woman s
we'll taken in "A Man's World," where
it is Bhown hos* "omen Buffer from ;
the double standard. i      t
"Am .io. stugti ...ov women are na-
turally more discreet lf her love for
her absent husband docs not bold her,!
her self-respecl does, it is the difference in the century-old standard of
men and women. They are changing.
They are coming nearer together now.
The single standard of morals for
men and women is approaching. It
is practically here. And oven actors
must accept it."
NEW   WESTMINSTER   OPERA   HOUSF
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
One Night Only
Sat. Jan.
The New York Maxime
Elliot Theatre  Success
s&aay^faas^m.xar,.ig,; '.a
KvtL'i/i.Z,... . ,-j
MISCOUNT LEADS TO SUICIDE.
Illinois   Election   Supervisor   Haunted
by Error, Kills Himself.
Pana, III.. Jan, .:;.���Believing that
be was the cause of a mi ui I In
the recent election, Supervisor George
Hon 1. prominent in politics and an officeholder for sixteen years, committed suicide by shooting himself in the
heart with a shotgun, The Inquest
showed that be was temporarily deranged, bis wife testifying that the
had been ill tor several weeks.
Bond vvas chairman of Poor Claims
and Identified with odor commltti
on tlie board of supervisors.    He was
a  democrat    and   had   been   elected
three time- by a large majority.
WANTED ��� SMALL RANCH, IM
proved, with buildings, in the vie
inity of Nesv Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings street east.
montl
at
per. cent.
"THIS   WOMAN    AND   THIS    MAN."
WANTED���WAITRESS IMMEDIATE
ly.   Apply Premier hotel.
WANTED���YOUNG BUSINESS M\N
retinites ;rood sized, comfortab'.e
room with partial b ard. Apply box
\**, News office.
TO   RENT.
TO EET - COMFORTABLE BED-
room for one or two gentlemen;
half block from city car line. 117
Fourth street..
SUNBURY. DELTA. Large Steel Cor-
; iratlon have just invested largely
in water front here. We base 1150
teet of water front at $1"") per front
fc;. One-third casli, balance easy.
Buy.
SUBDIVISION LOTS, adjoining city
limits and new P.. C. E. railway line.
; " io Sinn. $20 down, $10 per
month at 7  per cent.
RICHMOND (Lulu Island) manufac-
turlng site. 300 feet deep waterfrontage on North Aim. Blocks
from 6V2 to S acres. $4000. ' In
third cash, balance S, 12 and 1 I
months at 7 per cent.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOM.    AP-
ply 527 Carnarvon street.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     HOUSE
keeping rooms, close in, desir b s
lo"a!it . $25 ier month. Apply Box
499, Dt.ily Xews office.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
REAL.   ESTATE
Insurance   and   Financial   Brokers
Conveyancing,  Notary  Public.
Phone 832. P. O. Box 771.
646   Columbia   St..   New   Westminster.
The most sympathetic  spectator ol
; the performance of "This Woman and
This .Man," by Avery Hopwood, author   ol   "Seven   Days,"   which    Miss
I Minnie Victorson and her Now York
company will present at the Westminster Opera house, Saturday. January
L's, admits that there is not a suggestion of mawkish sentimentalizing,
I falsely  melodramatic,  or  the   repre-
��� hensibly tearful in the play, but it Is
true to nature svitb a vein of ci niedy
that becomes refreshing. The 'New
York Herald in reviewing ibis play,
.-aid: "Vork State Folks" is natural,
homelike, and appeals to the emotion, to the heart; "Way Down East"
also does, but here is a 1 lay that for
real, human interest excels them."
c
The Oven
Of a Range
and Thi
BY AVERY   HOPGOOD
Author of the Reigning
Success, "Seven Days"
WITH
Minnie Victorso
MARY    MANNERING.
FOR   SALE.
FOR      SAFE���CHEAP,
Piano;   almost  new.
office.
A      GOOD:
Apply   NeW3
TOR SAFE���HEATING STOVE, NEW
five  wee s  a. o.    513  Agnes street..
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOK PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
ecovr house. In very good condition.
three roon s, etc. Apply 208 Front
Btreet, City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
Btreet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
STRAYED.
STRAYED ��� A BROWN IRISH
water spaniel; about seven months
old, from Edmonds. Finder kindly
notify W. DInale. Edmonds, and re
reive reward.	
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room d.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone   133
"""v*1-' CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. ll. Coast Service
���VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00   .   m Dailv except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Dally
lFl'.O p. m   Daily
SS.   Iroquois    Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. in lan. 7, 21��� Feb. 18
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   in	
Jan. 10. 24; Feb. 7, 21.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:20 a. m Every Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.  BRODIE,
��� G. P. A., Vancouver
EUSINESo DIRECTORY
ivj.vKD     uF     TKADJ.���AhiVV     v> ��.01
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting oa the tnira
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meeting! on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27
Tbe regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
('. Coatham, P.G , recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &.   JOHN
ston.     barristers     and     solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columhla
street,   Nesv   Westminster.       W.   .1
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds. Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancou ver offices, WilMams building. '11 Granville stieet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Miss   Mary   Mannering,   who    will
; come   to   Westminster   Opera    house-.
January  30, in  "A   Man's  World,'  is
1 not at all surprised that the divorce
I rate is greater among players than in
any other class or profession.
"I think that every honest member
of the mimic world always admitted
this," says Miss Mannering, "because
a happy marrlai e. though not impossible among sta; e folk, i9 very improbable.
"They may remain happy if they
j stay together; not otherwise. When
professional ambition and love of
] money causes tliem to join different
companies, perhaps to head different
companies as single stars, that is the
beginning of the end.
"It is impossible for an actor or actress, no matter how devoted, to keep
their love for each otber whole dining a long separation. Absence doesn't
make tlie heart grow fonder. It
doesn't make It grow at all; Instead it
weakens the heart beats of sorrow
tbat were first felt.
"Living as players do, in a world of
unreality, a world of romance, tbe actor begins to play upon the emotions
that should be kept for private life���
the life of holy marriage.
"The stage woman becomes bigger,
broader and Intellectual; Btronger
tlirougb her study and travel and contact with many people; hut an actor,
because of his greater conceit and
vanity, lets them grow out of all proportion. Perhaps there is some member of the company who admires bim.
Prices, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
j     Seats Ready Thursday
tmmtt
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M, BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     2">
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block
next to Bank of MontrcaL
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30��� From   Vancouver  and   Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay |
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:(i.r.���From  Vancouver.     (No.  90).
19:20��� From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:60���From Winnipeg and    Nicola
(No. 1).
Departure*.
S:"0���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Ni-
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
16:56���To Okanagan, Kootenay und
Montreal   l No   9fi).
17:50���To Agassi/, arid Vancouver.
21:10���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
'T'HAT a perfectly constructed,
���*��� air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than at
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is rivr.ted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in ap ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note the illustration*.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
 U
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
���������wm*\\ i\m*w*mmmmmmmm*wmmm**mmmmmmawms*m
of four rooms for
$100.00
m������mmsmmmmsmmmKrmm���mm*smsg_mmsM*���mmmw*wmmmm
Cash or Credit
DENNY & ROSS
43-47 Sixth Street, New  Westminster
Wait for Phillips9
Big Clothing Sale
SOMETHING WILL  BE DOING
Watch for the Big Adv.
H. W. BRODIE, YA). QOULBT,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster. HECTrif    M.-.C*.IC   (Vi.iiui. ii;
FRIDAY
Januarv
Edmonton Wliite fteqjfc
.'ompUim o<i SKI...;.-;..���::��� e��f
Intent)]' of thf Influx.
MUSICAL PRODUCTJOTv   ggffli
The
ueen
.fc ���  ii-'TiLIHft.
Oi!
Moulin Rouge
3.-Y F A'. _   K   ���'." ""T'L'.
c.[u i: bj John T. Hall.        Lyrici hn Viii:e:ni Brgcaai
i
fistkd   Nfovelty  ::
��� _; ��6 HI 6111
GHT L1FI     J  PAULS   o irrficiib jiorfcv-������.
n  .:i  mmsteB, wistihratl reasfcf ::';.���<���   rn lanej
��:~ ;']A.L Jl.-.". . ....     redl Kran Uhi   Moulin
" V Amour dc V Apache" int"> j:-
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5 v ft   Smart, S&txc; and Grrr eooS r Giriy
Th<   Btrgeri  wnwir.wl   :.-rar.;:.ation t:n tour
Positiveli :.:..i  b tggetil   musical   show   that  has  ever
: bob  in   this  citv
SO   People   in   the    Company
Special tntii :>*   ; : e   cars   n-zyu-r-fz  ::   :-.ar:*7
-..: .;   attn ctica
fiiinioiimi. lan ". Tin . lilmontm
Board o i i In i li i In e tan
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tha    i.iinii'i'ii'   ol   tlian   are   haadlni
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mu   men   i 'omui   am   al I1H "on   it
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l\v us for Western Steel ('oinoi-ation's great
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pMvetl by 4 M. Gibb?, fiscal ag^nt, and R. P.
iMt'l^nn;in. director; also confirmed by wir-e
by J. A. Moore, President Western Steel Corporation.
<*e-*,oy:.} Manager Price has informed
P���� mik will bejrin kW\ 1& next, after
wliich townsitp will he put cn market.
A* remit of recent depntatim to Ottawa,
Domini- -:---nmentwi.ll shortly make cx-
t,**-"- hnrh'^v improvements on Ftpi", add-
in ����� vastly to the value of those lands.
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mv\ ...ivr-i ! m HH�� WgKHl RlMil
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mmmrn Mm \to ^ ^ when steel
it,- i...,Tnsiteisp^ tffl the market.
ftff loe-ttrm Hi these choice snaps adjnin-
ifitfifj ^^.se^properf:-marked with cross
X) in accompanyin.n; birdseye view.
For full particulars, term?,
etc., apply ^
GENERAL AGENTS
New Wesliwtr, British Columbia PACE FOUR.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY  9.
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Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their office-;,
corner    of    McKenzie    and
Streets.
MATTERS   OF   MOMENT.
I
It is gratifying to see such an ex-1
cellent measure of support given to
the newly inaugurated night school.
The attendance of forty-five pupils
which assembled at the opening on
.Monday was beyond the most sanguine expectations, whilst the character of the intending pupils svas more
diverse than bad heen anticipated, it
is to be hoped that the excellent start
thus made may be maintained, even
if it is not improved upon. There will
probably be some defections, due to
the slackening of enthusiasm on the
part of one or two pupils after tbe
first few classes. But we hope the
opportunity for self-improvement thus
afforded by the school trustees may
induce many more to join. If this
happens we may expect to see the
scope of the instruction extended.
We believe that even if the trustees
were now to arrange for classes on
technical subjects, such for instance
as elementary chemistry and electricity, and physics, these would be
taken considerable advantage of. In
fact we would venture to say that
there are likely to be more seeking
enlightenment in this direction than
in the ordinary every day educational
subjects.
se Lee
The memorandum presented to the
executive, of the    provincial    govern-.
ment by the deputation of the Trades
and   Labor council  of  British Columbia,  is  nothing  if  not thorough.      It
covers a demand for legislation upon
practically every matter affecting the;
worker,  from  the  payment  of  wages
anil  an  eight-hour day  to  tbe  provision   of  free   text  books   in   schools.
With many of the sixteen points embodied in  the  memorandum  svo  have
full  sympathy, but   in  some  of   these
we fear the co'incil is a-king for ra'li-
or more than ii due.    We do not for
instance see that any good reason can
lie   shown   for   the   abolition   of    tic;
property qualification for holding tub-
lie  office,  nor   why   the   government
should be asked to discourage immigration.     Tlie   first   is  a   wise   safeguard against the entry of the c'mr-
latan and the grafter into positions of
trust. As to tbe sec-end, the very thing
which every thinking man   recognize.;
���as necessary for the due and proper
���development and pi ogress of the province is increased immigration.
Use a Gurney-Oxfcrd
range and .ave 20 per cent,
cf vour coal bill.
Ti'.e "Chancellor" shown
here i.; the finest steel range
made ly the wellJkncwn
Gurney - Oxford Company.
There's no better to be had
ia the country. Made in
more style.; and sizes than
any steel range <. n thc market, with every late device
f ir economy ar. 1 convenience.
Material is th.e best fn be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either enl. Guar.I on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop doer cn warmirig closet. Divided oven Hue, to
insure-even baking. Br' i.-
cr top. Thermometer on
ven d ior if desired. Made
i r c >al or wood: Besides
these special features������
>The OXFORD*
-ECONOMIZER^
vill keep *ntn Ure ��o1ntf el lowrsl possible
osl for Euel. Hill ^atc ul i(,;-.st -0 prr irnl,
3. the cosi you run use und hill Uk" i'\
c.oVtniJ odori up lhe cbi3MG?<
You'll s ive inoni.' i vi rv day ;  ���"
���> :i Gurnny-Oxford    And ftlwayp ��������'
mora  satisfactory   results   from  your
cooking
I/-1 vi d >mon��1 rate I i : i i (ho
" Eco loinii r," and th ��� othi r < lUrney-
< >\f ird ;��� lints of a iper iril . Sc ��� !.'���".
purfcet .i ���.'. i 1 r ��� " i ho. Wo will
.-i!-. i ~'\ < v y ni oth) r i i ��� i ��� ���-< >xford
Bl >vea and ranges f ir evi n fjurnoa and
f -t anv kmd of fui I. ��� i d -:��' i on
our flo >r.< all the fi-.. .
(l��'t    acquainted    with    th<     best
known. l��'st 1 iU "-< 1 t- nvoa ai d ning      n
all Cmada.    \mi ���'���. H LJW ��� for tl
of your pockotboot.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681   Columbia  Street.
Liberal Rally
EAGLES' HALL
(OVER PHILLIPS' STORE)
Friday, January 27
at 8 p.m.
All Liberals Cordially Invited
Geo. Kennedy, President.       Ed. Goulet, Secretary
Cheap Lots
8th Avenue, all cleared,  $630.00.   West end,
$50 cash, $10 per month.
Sapperton, near school, $400.00.
Come and see our list.
P. PEEBLES,
620 COLUMBIA  ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
I     INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
���,--.-    .-...,,      ���      N��W WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, fi:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  C,  7,  8  and  every   half
^hour until 11 p. m.
;    r FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars  leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:.0 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
"r"" City.
20-minute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-mlnutea
service  fiom  S  a.  m.   until  11:20  p.m.
Sappertcn:
20-minute service from G:11 a. m. until  11:33   p.  m      3 tndaj- ! ] mlD itta
aervlce fiom  8:10 a. in. unl'.l   11:30p; m.
-ULU   ISLAI1D.   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westmlnstei- for Vancouver at 7K and every hour there-
ifter up to 11 p. m., connect in . at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at S a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. ni.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave N'ew Westminster 4:  15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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
Did You fver
���count the number of people stopping before a well lighted show win-
dOW in one night n Vou would
probably find that for every one stopping hetween seven nnd eight, four
stop between ei. lit un 1 nine, and
twelve between nine and ten.
We are willing to aid you In taking
advantage of this, but y, ur windows
should be well lighted,
Pbone 761 for further particulars.
The Roberts Eledric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank.
ing organization.
Interest is  paid  on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.
''siness   Accounts    opened
o.i favorable  terras.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE, ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
Clearance Sale
 of 	
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Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIR TCH
The Vi kite House. 617 Columbia Street
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital,
22.', Townsend L*t Maternity
and noncontagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$1T> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7")5.
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and   Building Constructor.
Specialist In Steel. Reinforced Con-'
crete and Modern Building Construe-]
tion.    Telephone 806.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust   Building.   |
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���Ore Tbori*  115.      Bin,  'Pkuoa IJ?
Ooiumbli   Street
P-acgage   delivered   prompt);   ���
��ny   unrt  of ths cltr
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   r>FI">;
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
.Japan is treating her socialist agitators with merciless severity. 1).-.
Kutoku, who was the acknowledged
leader of the movement, with bis wife
and ten of his followers were executed yesterday, whilst a similar number
have heen sentenced to long terms of
imprisonment. The offence charged
. against these men was that of treason. Of course there is a gocd t'o.il
of difference hetween the ordinarily
accepted teaching Of Karl Marx and
the practice of anarchy or treason.
iiiu the Japanese authorities are evidently not Inclined to allow the splitting of hairs over definitions of faith
to interfere with th.e policy of stern
repression which has been dec! led upon. It remains to be seen whether
.Huch harsh measures will prove a
means of curbing the growth of reactionary ideas in the land of the chrysanthemum.
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
Bi   RING UP 56  ���
Before your bin is Empty.
:
I Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columhla and Sixth Sts
Chamberlin's
THEI
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
J
Thomson   Blk.
Phene   388
HE   IS   TOO   MAGNETIC.
.'Indiana    Farmer   Cannot    Get   Timepiece to Run on Him.
Oxford, Ind., Jan. 24.���Thomas Carr,
Jr., farmer, is known as the man who
Stops watches. This peculiarity developed ahout. a year ago when a
watch he had heen carrying suddenly
.stopped, lt was taken to a jeweller.
After the time piece left Carr it started running again.
Carr weighs 200 pounds, has a head
of curly hair and impresses the observer as a man of much vitality.
"You are too magnetic," said the
Jeweller. "Vou seem to have charged
��.hi_ watch. My prediction Is that it
Will be running within an hour."
Since then Carr has owned ten oth-
r��r watches, all wilh the same result.
Now   he   wears   a   twentv-one-jewei,
watch, which is well regulated.      He'""".1. <?'��"'"  ������>���
fcets $40 against tl.e watch that it will!    Total   Aa<,et8 over IHB.000,000.00
sstop in two days, this being the long- j 	
,��_5t  lime  any   timepiece  bas   run on      NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Wai for the last year. I G. D. BRYMNEH. Manager.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
, of Job   Printing
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng
Iind, New York, Ch'tago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City.. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issueo. available wltt
correspondents ln all parts of thf
world.
Savings Bank Djrnrtment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, pei
Mme. GAULT1ER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc.,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
[^JTIf 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
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE 370.
Gold Watcie. ror Ladl.-s from |1W5
���P-
Stiver Watches,    gents'    open f��<*
16.00.
Sliver  Watches,  gents'  op*>n   cssft
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     W
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' flrocerj
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
I The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. P, M. Domlny, Pro.
I near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Columbia Street
New^Westminster
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
1     '   Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Foyal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  13/
COAL
INew|
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z*_  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
All Soda Water
Tastes Alike,
You Say
Be_ pardon: I take It for wra|ltcd
that you have never tried the
ACME BRAND
or you would change your mind. ACPlO
ls in a class ;>y Itself. Once tried���
always used.
Our special Champagne Is a wliiM ���
You ought to try a case. I'i'"' **' '
case and bottles to hc returned.
Factory:   Simpson Street.
Office:  304 Columbia Street.      .
Tel. 689. New Westminster, B. "���
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or Co
Vanstone Heating and  Plumbing   **������
Chimney    Sweeping,    Eavetro����
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. W��
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc. >,��5D*V.   JANUARY
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FOOT CHIP WAN PEOPLE   | WOULD SHUT OUT
RESENT BUFFALO KILLING        THE SALMO SALAR
Permission Granted to Harry V.  Radford Anncys Far North  Residents.
Change    in   Trading    Systsm.
Mr. Cockle Against Introducing Atlantic Salmon
and Eastern Brook Trout
CONSTITUTION FOK
AtSACE-LORBAl
Federal   Ccuncil   and    Reichstag   a
Eliminated As Factors in Gcwern.
rr.ent   of  the   Province.
Wlnnlpei
Jan.  24.���The   following
1 news letter from the Free Press m,|V-
cial correspondent at Fori Chlpewyan,]
tas  just   been received,
laving  been
lefi there
Messrs. ^^^^^^^^
Lee Sfiubert present
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sent out by the mail which
December 2:'.:
ll. V. Radford, of N'ew York, who al
ent is ia this district, Is reported
to bave secured two permit! from tha
government to kill bush buffalo.' The
statement lias caused great indignation, as such leriniis have repeatedly
i ii refused to Canadians, and heavy
penalties are  phi! ed  nn  the  killing ol   ku,   Btop,e,
any of these animals, either by  white I *
men or Indians. If this is a fact there
appears to be something radically
wrong when men from the United
states are granted privileges not given to Canadians. Mr. Radford bas already Killed cue bush buffalo and has
b< en i emitted to carry out the bide
and skeleton. It Is time thai the Ca
nadians asserted  themselves.
Mr. Radford bas not yet turned up
at   Fort  Smith, bis hi ad iuarters and
base  of  operations.      Some   Indians
have brought  in  word that  a  party of
three while men  liave been seen near
.lack  Fish il.er.    If this is tbe Radford i any they are tar off the beaten
nack and before they  ariive may Iind
things more romantic than   Interesting, i
Herds  of Caribou   Deer.
A   few  days  ago   worl   vvas  brought
In that  large herds of deer  (caribou)
wore   near  at   hand   and   several   parties  who  went  out  found  it   to he   a
fact.    The deer arc in  hundreds only j
twenty-flve  miles  out   from  the  pos;,
ami  some of the  hunters   are   now
Iaway and there seems eery prospect
of a good supply of meai for the winter.      Such   large   numbers   of  deer
j bave not  been seen near Chlpewyan
for   thirty-five   years.     Reports   from
j Fond du Lac als.. t< il of large  herds
I there.    Wolves are numerous, follow-
^ I ing'the run.
More   Mails   Needed.
A well-signed petition has been for-
[ warded to the postmaster-general, a3k-
ing for an Improvement In the postal
Sl T\ ll e   here.     Th I   resi bcit.-    retpn st
that a postofflce i e o] ene 1. At present Chlpewyan gets but six mails a
year and any change would be much
appreciated.    Tlie summer  mails are
Kelson, Jan, 24,���A strong position
against   the  Introduction   of
game  Ash  Into   Kootenay   waters   is
taken   by  J.   W.   Cockle,   lhe   well
Berlin, Jan. 24.���The ���
cil bas assented to the di
t ution lor Ah a :e-Lorralne. ti
eastern posed constitution prot Idi
ernor designated by the i
appointmenl   being   i
SEATS READY SATURDAY
sssss
brought by the Hudson's Bay boats as
freight, and this winter mals bj  dos
sleigh.    As Cl i e '.; in is an Imp ���:���'-
���  tort in the noi tl ern tra le, both
I sending and reci i lni   a lai ge i mount
: ol mail, ii only seem.  : e isonable Hi il
'..,��� ter ai commodation should  I e
II n.   if a courier w< n  appi Inted there
she Id i e no t rouble In ; el t Ing e
mails a year through.
Supplies   Held   V.
The scow Tar!:,, of the   Hudson's
known naturalist of Kaslo. Mr, Coe
klo touched on this que tlon al the
associated boards of trade at Creston, when supporting the Kaslo resolution for a dominion lish hatcher)
for the Kootenay, a resolution wbicb
was unanimously adopted. Mr, Coc-
off at Proctor, to go up
to Kas.o yesterday, b i n the trip
cer dlscusse;1 the question mon.' [ul-
lv. for publication:
"The report of the Board of Trade
meeting published in The Dally News
of January is," said Mr. Cockle, "con.
i; Ins an exi ract of a letter trom I lon.
L. P, Brodeur, containing bis suggestion ior placing lish fry of the Sal-
monldae specie In the Kootenay waters. His suggestion is that the d -
par:mi nl i : fisheries wlll i��� ml s ip-
i lies ol easti rn break 11 oul fry and
European salmon for liberation.
"Regarding the flrst of these Bpe-
eii s. the eastern br ok limit. Salve.-
Inus Fontlmalls, is a true char and as
sucb is not to i e compared ell her aa
a game or food flsh v,Ith the true Bai-
] mon. In fact, along the waters of the
Kootenay, to suggest that any trout
that might be caught was a char,
would be I ' ''land it at once as of suf-
ii. i. i tly poor quality to render it uneatable,
"There    are   several   phj bIoIoj I al
reai ins why It would be unwise to ln-
troduce into the western waters anv
other species of SalvellnUS than those
alrea ly there, but  I  will n< t trouble
j ou with i in in.   Suffice to say w i   . .
not want anv eastein brook trout.
Salmon    Salar.
"We next iome to tbe suggest! m of
the Introduction  of the Atlantl
mon. Salmon Salar.    This grandi   '  i :
fishi s   might,   or   might    nol    prove
adaptable lo such env ii aliment  a    t he
watt ;  ol   Kootena)   lake, I.ut   if  I  ia i .
be o llowed to expr< ss an i pini n, it
would ha .c to be In the ni gatt' c, for
the ieas ui that  this salmon is a ml-
gi atory fl    . alwaj s running d< n a i i
a ill   water, and   returning   aj ain   to
. u.    I can enly pie    tm   that tl e
<>n 1
uni.
: ies department  i.s familiar  with
the i i        at   I'M i   . 't i
.-.. .  ���������       of the  Kooti na    liver   be
:     elson and Robson, w here the
m  the river are lm| a . able f >r
anj   fish.      'i he    a tpi     Iti >n    ��   ild,
-   :        after n achlni
parr sta: i.  many  i i  the  11 y   ���
tural       ���       the ocean and  wl en
returnit il     be greatl    de   ���  ��� ���:
bv  the salmon tin    C '1'
river |     ermen ln the stati
the imperial cham e'.l ir.   The iejeu|
council and the Reichstag
aied as  factors In ibe  .,
the  prov Ince.    Two chain   e]
v Ided for, the flrsl i on ii tin
teen other members deslgi
emj eror on  the   rec immi    .
the federal  couni il, and
consisting of members elected Ic
versa] and direct suffrai e,
ballot,  and  franchise  hem    ...
to   all    natives   oi    tl n    ;
twenty-flve   y< ars   of  a e
they   have  llvi d  in  their c  I
constituency eve:- threi  . .
land on w hlch they have lived
vear, or follow a i ermaneti
agriculture on their own a
hold  public offii e, or are ���
lei al   practice,  or  in   i   i u
scbolasl Ic sei \ i- e.   Tis o . ti
lo ������ ed     to    electors    ov er    I
and t hn .��� votes to electors
live years  11  age.    The   n i
deputies is sixty.
The nexl i onstitutli n ol
neve I prov ime will proi Ide '���
fuel for the suffrage agitation i. i
sia. The declsl >n to cram a coi
tlon in Alsace-Lorraine
nounced In the spring,
Prussian franchise reform b
before the provincial diet, ai
oslty vvas i Ife as to bow the i
lor   would   gel   over   Ihe    ill.':
granting a  comparatively  dem
constitution to pro\ im es ��I
chise   inclinations   had   not   yel
extinguished while he li
i eti ni ion of i be three i la i
in   Prussia,    The  ex-ofl Icio mi
ot   i he   up] er   chamber    Includ
beadi  ol the Roman Catl   I   . I    test,
ant   and   .lew lsh   c immunli ���
repre sentath es eai h of tin
tural   organization .   I
commen e, aad tho propi
bor chambei s, a repi
ii.: erslty of Si   i
;
nt authorltli   .
1'niii Its Inei ���        ' on
: e  in  ii e tenth
ed   i"   France,   whi ���
lirst a kingdom   ii  :
t,  which  In   1766  be 'ana'
Fi anee.    a  hundi e I
���   ���   a i   rti n   il   VI ai e ��
to   Tram e,   aad   tl e   ��
' .. in U D".    As the
F    nco-Gi   in  ii   wi r,    VI
i    was  ci nstltuted  a  prov i
.  : ,i nn.mi empire, and a
flfti i n meml ers to the I ���
do business
Bay company, due at Smith with sup-   gon  and   Washington,   and   the  f< ������
plies, was caught  in  the Ice on   the   whi b ���    api I  would  ultimately  lose
north shore of Lake Athabasca, Late   'heir lives In an attempt to Bcale the
in November dog trains were  rushed   surging  height  ol  Bonnington fallb.
across the Ice to bring ia the freight, I Hatchery    True    Solution.
0,  HAD   WE   BEEN   THERE.
CRY   THE   WINE   BIBBERS!
H   Paris, Jan.  24.���Troops  wi
large  part  of  which consisted   ofl    The true solution of the question is  patched  to Damery, today tc
and  want  you  to  examine  our  goods  and
compare our prices before buying elsewhere
l,
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
ti
i 	
bags of rice. Mice were attacking I build a
the bags in hordes and doing g great I wanl to
amount of damage, A man h��.tf been
left in charge of the scow btft tho
mice worked on Just the sane At
'.jig approximate time cf the annua'
free to. }g "'(''I K;v:'vn it !g ��� remark
able- thl'ng that the men In clinige a t
caught, especially With eatables. The
I eople at Koit Smith will not be delighted and vvill probably say si when
tbey can send  word.
Fur    Trade    Good,
The fur trade
rood this season
hatchery and 11 en, if vou
send t he Try of lv otenaj 'a
celebrated salm-m to Btock othe
land wa-e i, as we 1 as vear I ��ll.
.\'e t io l! i.* fflj non Sal ir, our sal
mon KnmhOjS, variety KO'tenBi, Is
i''e grandest flsh in ,h:' wo 1;. and
V.liea we Lave an Indigenous flsh of
such superb quality, both as a .ame
ami table flsh, why ask us t<�� incept
anything us an experiment, which if
entirely successful would prove no
better, and which would stand the
������'��� .ii -.-��� of being a miserable failure?
"Monti:    Propagate U o flsh which
 le I
order following rioting  when
tented  viticulture workers raided the
cellai b of the ��Ine growers
destroying vais. emptying  11,8'
Ions of w ine inio the st i ei
bottle   "f champagne Inl    i
.fame.
Many of the rioters pan
of   tbe   wines   and    champ.i| ai
ilowed in i ivers through the   ' ���
and  the violence became so turl  ill
that  it  was feared a number wo
killed  and  the governmenl   wen
pealed to for military aid.
B.illH'  Of  the  stn eis  ne ir tli
wine
curb to curb.
These are  some  of our specials (or.this week.
mson
raiiam
here prom.ses, ���" be
f��r already silver fox.      indigenous to these waters and do celhrs were filled  with
and   otter   liave   started   to  < ome   li,   ..    ...iPi, ������ I
an.l   are   seen   at   the   stores,   while i '    ''
muslrrat in thousands arc being taken. ' ~I~t: "      , "" -^-���_-
The rats are bringing 26 cents, which,
I in view of uie plentiful supply, Is considered a high  figure.    This is partly
I due to the presence of competition be-
i tween tlie Hudson's Huy company and
the Independent  traders.     They are
j out to "do" each other, and the Indians "do" i hem all, The change In
trade conditions is beginning to show
its effects, and ibe Indian is getting
more lordly every day. Now when an
Indian conies lo the fort, he says'
"I  have a fox, or mink, or rat.      Vou
bring me stuff and .et the fur." This j
the company is forced to do,   A load
Of   Hour,   bacon,   lard,  or   whatever   Isl
wauled, musl be hauled for twenty ei'i
more miles by dog team to where tbe
Indian has his tepee,   After the trud-
Ing is (lone the fuis musl  be hauled
back  to the pOSt.     Tbe  II.   II.  C.  trade'- |
here  ims  appointed   numerous   good j
hunters    as    under    store    keepers,
giving each man goods, and the oilier;
Indiana  bi in.    him   their cal hes,  he i
in i ut ii handing i bem over to the 11.1
il. ('. trader when lie calls. The i"
SUlt is :i number of trad ll H in t in
liryo.     Of  course   If   lie   | elly   trade;
has little or no custom lie cannot af
ford to remain at   his shack or cache,
guarding his stock.    So, probably  m i
save it being stolen, be vvill consume j
the eatables and  flx the non-chew,
tiles up in a tree. Hill f\vf\ buslues
has  Its  risks.
Any good  hunter can   get   all   lb
pelis he wants and rats in abundance !
wiili  little trouble and withoul  such |
schemes as these.   The mail advice* I
of a full In the price of rat bus cauEe '
iiiitc u sensation at the fort.
���
.'���*.' ���   '      SUCCESSORS TO  KRED   DAVIS.
"The Men Who Save You Money"
Phone 707 6A3 Front St. New Westminster
.1(5.000   for    Twenty    Lectures.
I'aris, Jan. 24.���After Clemenceau,
lames. M. Clemanceau bus hardly returned from bis lecturing lour in
South America when u Is announced
Hiai  M. .lames, socialist  leader and
fierce  political   enemy  of   M.   Clemen-
ceau, is to follow his example, M.
lames-, wbo is io receive $16,(100 for
i course of twenty lectures In Aleut Ina in the summer, will closely
fallow the Itinerary of hls i ol tical
enemy,
Mlssb UrtEU A CALLAN,
Who  Phyn M.u'amc St. Angclo In th  e Big Musical Production, "The Qusejl
of thr Moulin Rouge," Which Comes t o thc Westminster Opera House, I"1'
day, January 27. , V.
EDNESDAY,  JANUARY  25,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
New
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
Vico.	
trist of New Westminster
.,, aotice that Edward HawkinB,
Milium', occupation bookkeeper,
nl   aie in apply   for   permission   to      Sealed   tenders
e    the    following    described undersigned,   ami
for
it   ;i   | ob!   i lanted  on   wj
in
pun ^^^^^
;
Corom1 "',"1^
mi
each
     mi
the east   side   of   the
menl
addn ssed    to   the
 ^^^^  cndon-cd   "Tender
Steel Tug for Vancouver, B. C.,'
be received  until 4:00 p. in., <m
.    noncii  -    Monday,   February   13,   1911,   for   the
mnon channel and joining T, L.  construction of a Steel Tug Boat for
.,,,; on the noitb side and mark-   Vancouver, B, C.
,.ll(l   Hawkins;   S.  W. corner,      Plans, specification and form of con-
i. 60 chains to line of limit   ,,..���., can |,(. Been . ,���| |0rms   0f ten-
thence N. 60 chains along   der obtained at the offlces   of ll. A.
: beach, thence south and west  Bayfield, Esq., Supt. of Dredges, New
11        beach  to  place   of   commence-  Westminster,  li. C,  Wm.  Henderson,
ml containing 80 acres more or Esq., Itesidenl  Architect, Victoria, B.
C, and mi api lication  to the   Post-
^^B       EDWARD HAWKINS.      master at  Vancouver,  B. C.
,i.\M.':s A LEWIS, Agent.      Persons tendering am notified that
,. nber 28, 1910. tenders will nol be considered unless
    made on the printed forms supplied,
LAND ACT NOTICE. and  Blgned  wiili  their actual   slgna-
  , tures,  stating  their occupations  aud
V.p,-tmiiister  Land  District.  Dis-   phi,".'  of   residence.     In   the   case  of
NeW trist of New Westminster. firms, the a'ctual   signature, the   na-
.. ,    notice  that  Cecil   Killam,  of   ture of the occupation and  place of
'   |j  c   occupation barrister residence of each member of tbe firm
VaI!C.1   intends "to apply for permis- must  be given.
'   nurchase  the   following   de-      Each tender musl  be accompanied
- l"  ''  ... by mi accepted die pic on a chartered
'"'m'.  -u  a dobI   planted on banq, payable to the order of the Hon
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained In tbe
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may he secured on application to Hie
undersigned, or to the down Timber
Agent ai New Westminster.
P. Q. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December 23rd. 1910.
IN     THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
OF
lit
sion
Between   T,   A.   Swift,  plaintiff,  and
William Cullen and John McDonald, defendants.
To John McDonald,   lute of   Abbotsford, Ii. C.
Take  notice  thai   T.  A.  Swift   lias
commenced an action in the Supreme
Court of  British    Columbia    again&t
William   Cullen   and   John   McDonald
tor payment of monies due under    a
[contract  dated   ihe   13th   .May,   1910,
I whereby  the plaintiff agreed to sell
ami  the  defendants  agreed  to    purchase part, nue  ll)  ame of a portion
of  the  southwest quarter of section
twenty-two    (Ti),    township    sixteen
(16), townsite of Abbotsford, district
Iof New Westminster,    bein.     re-sub-
division  of  Abbotsford  townsite,  and
GIEAT BRITAIN HAS BIG
LEAD IN WORLD'S TRADE
Foreign  Trade  Returns   Show   United
Kingdom   Well   in   Advance   of   Germany and  United  States.
lnCihn���l-il   miles nortbeas,   ourable the Minister of Public Works, tor specific performance of said con
���    l' about 1%  mites noriueasi           |   rh��  tract, or in tbe alternative for deter
i tl mi  Point, Jervis Inlet, and  equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) ol the
.'���   Ki'iuu's Northwest Cor-  amounl of the tender, which will be
'.i.m'c east  20  chains,  thence  forfeited if the person  tendering de-
bains    thence   west   20 cllne to enter Into a contracl   when
more or less  to beach, thence | called upon to do su, or fall to com
ma
ner,"
al   and  containing  40  acres
,  .    less.
beach  to  pine of com-
Dati
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent.
November 29, 1910.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster   Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
,,���(,,,   thai   i Unl   E.   Dicker
plete the woi k conl i acted fir. If the
tender I e not accepti d the che iue
wlll be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
der.
By onler,
It. C.  DESROCHERS,
Seerm ;ir;..
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
January  12, 1911.
tract, or In the alternative for determination of said contract and for possession of Bald lands.
And further lake notif-e that by an
order made in said act inn tbe 7th of
January, 1911, by the Honorable Mr,
Justice .Martin. Bervice cf the writ of
summons on you was ordered to be
made by serving a copy of said writ
of summons, nnd a copy of said order
on the defendant William Cullen, and
also by publication cf tbe notice of
said writ of summons In a daily n rw3-
papei published and circulating in the
district of New Westminster for a
| period   of   two   i-i   weeks,  and   that
London, Jan. lm.���Tiie extraordinary position occupied by Great Britain
in the world's trade is shown by the
officii 1 publication of the principal
commercial nations of tlie world
wliich include something more than
twenty-live leading countries.
An analysis of these figures show
that Great Britain's foreign monthly
increase of $43,uui),umi. imports have
Increased on a mom bly average by
$21,000,000 aud exports by $22,000,-
UUO. 'llie total monthly average tradj
has amounted to $509,000,000 or for
the years to some $6,108,000,000, or a
per capita foreign trade of $135.73,
Germany's foreign trade has shown
an average  monthly  increase of $25,-
noii, ),     Imports   have   increased   by
$7,01111.11011, and exports by $18,000,000.
The total monthly average trade has
amounted to $354,000,000 or for the
year to $4,313,000, or a per capita for-
eigh trade for just over $69.
The l'nited States foreign trade has
shown   an   average  monthly   increase
LABOR MEN SEEK
MANY CONCESSIONS
New  Westminster
Mail Service
B. C. House Urged to Introduce Weekly Cash Payment of Wages, etc.
Time
of
Arrival:
Vlctt
Time
of
 ~_______i ______________���_ Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
IS:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. It.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via li. C. E. U.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
i  via   IS.  C.  E.  R.
(daily  except   Sunday).. 7:30
30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
the British Columbia Executive of
tlie Trades aud Labor congress cf
Canada, and representatives of organized  labor  of  this   province,  beg
   _.. ���-          leave to submit for your earnest con-
of .17,000,000. Imports have Increased, sideratlon       '   "     ^^^
oria, Jan.  24.��� II.   I-'.   VV.  Hciin-
sen, M, P. P., yesterday introduced to
tlie premier and executive an Influential deputation headed by Britisli Co-i.., ..    ...
lumbia Vice-president J. C. Watters, jld-uu     ,", .',n:
of the  Dominion  Trades  and   Labor ��� (dailv
congress, and  11. (.'.  Benson, of Vancouver, which presented a variety of, ,~��...j -
matters in their opinion meriting the 15:00���United States via G. N. R,
serious  consideration  of  tlie  govern-1 (daily except Sunday)..10:00
ment,   which    was    promised.      The |i2:10���All   points  east  and   Eu-
deputation   left   with   tlie   premier  aj                ,.0.)e  (ci a i 1 y > 7-3C
momerial  much  on  the  lines of one  ���n ���,,    ,,,      ,  .              .........
presented last session, aud reading as,23'����-A11  ��)0lnt,s .f;\st   and   Eu\. iB
follows: r��Pe  ,da,1>'>    15:15
Victoria, Ik C, 12:10���Sapperton     and     Fraser
January  23,  1911. Mills      (daily      except
To The Hon. Richard McBride, Prem-[ Sunday)       7:30
ier,   and   Members    of   the    Execu-  20:00���Sapperton     and
tive Council. mills      (daily
Gentlemen:     We,  the  members  of
by $ln,nnii,nun and ex] oris by
I Vancouver, B,
C, occupation   advertisement If they Insert It  wit
mm
un . _______________________________ -' _____
���   intends to app.y foi  per-  out authority from the Department,
:     ' ��� to 'purchase the following de
mmenclng at  a post  planted on
i     In Billings Bay, Nelson Is-
Mid  mining   l\  ll.  No.,1'^ ">'l   	
.,    ��� thence south 60 chains, Sealed tenders   addressed   to   the
i chains, thence north undersigned, and    endorsed     Tender
..,,.,. or less t"    beach, for three 260 yard dump   bcowb   tor
.,;!,  along beach to plac. Vancouver, B.C.," will be received   at
.    ent, ..ni c ntalnlng 320
Cl INT E, DXKE tMAN,
.1. A. LEWIS,
Newspapers' will n t be pail for this service and advertising be deemed t
...    I tin   ur.,, I   -iTi.t   mift'irifmt   Bprvleft   nf   tb
,  ....   and   favorable   action   lhe
���,...,���,��� ���.. ~.., _���  T.,000,- j following  matters  affecting  the  wel-
000.   The total monthly average trade ��� fare of the wage-earners of   British
lias amounted to $282,000,000 or a per [ Columbia
capita foreign trade of $37.
D
I er 28. 1910.
LAND  ACT   NOTICE.
this office    uniil   I   p.m., on   Monday,
January 30, 1811, for the construction  WHITESIDE
"i   three 260 cubic yard dump scowa
for Vancouver. B.C,
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be i een and forms ol
tender obtained at the offices ol ll. A.
Bayfield, EBq., Superintendent ol
New Westminster, B.C., Wil-
be mm I  and sufficient service of th
said writ of summons upon you at Uie
expiration of two i-i  weeks from the
lirst  issue In said newspaper.
And further take notice that the
lirst publication of the said notice is
made on the n-tt h day of January,
1911, mul unless appearance be entered for you within two weeks frcm
said last mentioned date, at the office
of the District Registrar, New West
minster, B. ('.. judgmi nt will
entered aeainst  you.
EDMONDS   &    JOHN-
^^^^^     STON.
Solicit irs  for   i .   A.  Swift.
'D.M.J."
Groat Britain trade shows an in
crease of li per cent on imports and
14 per cent on expoits. Germany's
trade shows an increase of 4 per cent
on imports and 13.5 per cent on ex-
ports. The United States trade shows
an increase of 8.5 per cent on imports
and 5.1 per eent nn exports with few
1.   A weekly payment of wages in
cash, and where an employee leaves
Fraser
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    except
Sunday)       15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     (daily     except
Sunday)       11:00
3:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (daily except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland,     Strawberry
Hill   and   South  West-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m minster   (Tuesday   and
employment  or  is  discharged,   wages Friday)       13:30
then due to  be paid within   twenty- i0:00���Ladner,     Port    Guichon,
four hours. Westham  Island    13:30
2.   F\ery   laundry  open   to   public,. ������..,,,      _    ,        ,, ,,
patronage  to  be  brought   under   the .lO'-OO-Anrileville.   Sunbury (daily
working of the Factories Act. ����*��*   bumUr'    13'"0
3   Abolition   of  property    qualiflca-1  0:00���-Annacis    Island
exceptions,  also  are  higher   in   1910 J tion  for
than iu 1909.
Wednesday
The countries reporting number
twenty-seven and include among the
more important Argentina, Australia,
Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Brazil, Ca-
_. nada. Chile. Egypt, France, Germany,
he I India (British), Italy, Japan, Mexico,
Russia, Spain. Switzerland, the United
Kingdom and the l'nited States
i non  ior  holding  public  office and  of
election deposit and revenue tax. day
4.    Pensioning of  all   workers  per-110:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day
Vancouver,
ing     via
Monday
and     Fri-
manently disabled in the industries of
the  province.
o.   Tlie careful  sleection of coroners'   juries.
ii.    An  eight-hour law  on   all   government construction work.
A legal work day of eight hour
9:00-
New Westminster  L.ind   District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
���   tlce thai   Leslie L. Dlcker-
.   ���. ouver, B. C, occu] al I m
in, Intends to a] ply for p r
i pui ch ise the following d ���-
-   . ���
Commencing at  a p< Bt  planted  on
the bead  on west side ol Sechelt in   tures, stating their occupations   huui-i  ��� , -��,   - ..
at   thi   northeast   corner  ol   places ol residence.    In the case   -���.'  ,li"1  certain  parcel or tram   of land
t 2727 and marked "l.   L. Dlck-Ifirms, the actual Blgnature, the nature and premises situate, lying and being
Northwest    Corner,"   thence  ol th icupatlon, and pia f real-  '" the  District of New Westmlns ar,
hains, thence easl :0chalns,  denci   of  each   member  ol  the  firm  '" ''"'  Province or British Columbia,
ui. 50 chains, thence eaat   must be given. m":" particularly known and descrlb-
more or less to the beach,      Each tender must  be accompanleJ  ��� ' a~ Southwest qua:tm-of Section 14,
rth and west along*beach to  bj an accepted cheque on a chartered   rownshlp 7.
m in   and    containing    3201bank, payable to   the   order   ol   the'    Vou and those claiming through or
.11.   (llllll     ailll    llie     1   lllltU     Giaroa. . i,       r\    l*=B**.*    "ir***    **i**     *-'*    *=.-....    ..^virS
On the import side the average for all men employed in and around
monthly importations are: For the smelters, stamp mills concentrators
United Kingdom In 1910, $265,000,0001 and rock crushers operating In the
against  $244,000,000 in the similar pe-1 province.
rind  of  1909;  for Germany, $179,000,-      8.   Extension   of   free   text   books
��� 10, against $172,000,000 in the corres-1 principle in all public schools. i
ponding period Of 1909 and the United       9.    Rigid   enforcement   of   the  Fac-j 8'...0���Burnaby   Lake   (daily  ex"
Take   notice   that    an   application j States,  $129,000,000   In  1910,   against Itory  Inspection  Act   by  the   appoint-' cept Sunday    lb.oo
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
^^^^     13:30
(Tuesday,
and     Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sid-
.���     G.      N.     R.
(daily except Sunday)..1-1:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily  except  Sunday)..15.00
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday, Thursday,    Friday    and    Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
I'nu.i'S, ���������^^^^^^_ 	
Ham Henderson, Esq., Resident Archl-j    Talie   notice   tnat   an   apimcauuu i aiaies, ^^v,*,...,,,....,.   ...  _���..���,   ������	
teet, Victoria, B.C., and on application  has been made to register Emma Mc-  $119,000,000  for the  same  months  in
to the Postmaster at Vancouver, B. C   Laren,    William    Chalmers    McLaren   1909
Persons tendering are notified thai   ;,n.|  John   Edward    Valillee,    aa  the      On  the export  side the figures   of
tenders will nol  be considered unless  owners In fee Blmple, under a tax sale  the United Kingdom show an average
mad | the printed forms BupplleJ,  ,!l'''  "''ni    C.    C. Fisher    to    John of   $173,000,000    a   month   in   1910,
and Blgned with their   actual   slgna- MacLaren, bearing date the lst day oi   agalnsl $151, j in the correspond-1    i_.   uuiciumnu      ���������������,,      ������      ^^^ ou.iuc., ^^^^^^^^_
.    ,      Btating   their  occupations    and   AI'iil,   v  "���  1902, ot alLand singular : ing period of Bum: Germany $15u,0o0,- j Tranquille Sanitorium and the govern-^-. ... ._tj .ir, Prai,io  r���rn uui..
'������ "     ,.:'  that   certain  parcel or tram   of  land   000 a month In 1910, against $132,000,-  ment to operate the same as a free' ,    !,       ' A.   8
.,_,..]    ,,..,...,. i ,������,.,���,i������ and    Hazlemen    (Tues-
ment of more inspectors
10.    Inspectors    of    mines    to
chosen by the miners.
Ll.    No   assistance   to  be  given
Immigration.
\2.   Government       ownership
1 !0:00���Abbotsford.  Matsqui, Hun-
be I                 tlngton,  etc.   (daily  except Sunday)     7:30
to 15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine      (daily     except
of I Sunday)          7:30
000 a month In 1910, against $132,000
uiiu   in   1909,  ami   the    United    States
$143,000,000 a month in the 1919 ; <-
riod agalnsl $136,1 ,000 In the corresponding period of 1909,
n   ��� ���   |g
LESLIE  I..  DICKE1M \N
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent
��� ��� mber 20. 1910.
'of   Public I under you and  all  persons claiming
any   interest  in  the said  land  by  vi
iue  of   any   unregistered    instrument,
and all  persons claiming any interesl
the   said   land   by    descent,   whose
THE CANADIAN   NORTHERN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY.
Pursuant tc section 7 of the navigable waters protection act (R. 8. Can.,
cap 115), notice is hereby given that
there bas been deposited in the office
minister of public works at Ot,
i   ,nd a duplicate in the <>""<\:'
the registrar of deeds at Hw w��
BrltiBh  Columbia   Plans and
tlona of the site and side el��
uot a proposed railway wharf to
bl   onstrwted at Port Mann. BrltUh
u, Bna that one month attei
,t insertion of this notlo^tte
impany will apply to the Governor-
ID-Council for tl.e approval thereoi.
Dated    at    Toronto.   Ontario,   thifl
twent^lghth ��ayH��mDtemplid!9
Assistant Solicitor.
Honorable   the    Minister
Works, equal to  10 per cent,    of    the
amount of the tender, which wlll to
| forfeited   if   the   person   tendering   de-i
i cline  lo  enter   into  a  contract   when j In   ...^ _. _w
called  -mon  to do  so, or  fall  to com-  title  is  not registered under the  pro
ph tc the w uk contracted for.   if thelviaions of the "Land  Registry  Act,'
tender   be   l ot   accepted   the     cheque
Will he retir ned.
The Department does not hind itself
io accept  the lowest or any tender.
Rv order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department Ot Public Works,
Ottawa, January 7, 1911.
Newspapers  will  not  be    paid    for
thn advertisement  if they  insert    it
wli' nut authority from   the   Depart-
****m^^^^^^^^^*^L*W
REMOVAL NOTICE.
.,,. ;in> movU7^n.   m.r   P!8��e^|le8Bmade
on Columbia street to wt    ���    ��� ttllh coni,
n street, where we will still con
e  In  the same business  ol  team
'laving, wood and coal
Wi
'- liberal patronage ac... ,..���_.,��� | ���������   r  (
I: .
Sealed tenders addressed to he
undersigned and endorsed Tender
tor Post Office, customs andi Inland
Revenue Fittings, Vernon, B. I.. **������
o ,0-elved until 4 p.m., on Tuesday.
Fel.ri.ary  14, 19U, for the work nien-
" Tenders will not be considered un-
upon, and    in    accordance
with  conditions  contained   In    forms
.  furnished hy Department. '
I    mans and specification   to   byew
e desire to thank our friends for on Jjflgg^\*Zi- Building, Ver ,
liberal patronage accorded ui'    V      ��� c   Mr. w.u Henderson, Resi-
uld stand, and trust we will bO 1 nc  . ' vlotorltt, B, C., and at
one8at|SheDepitmenl of Public Works, ot-
'Ta'oh lender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a ch altered
Works, equal to ten (10) per cent, ol
lhe amount of the tender.
By older.
U   C   DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from tlie date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in
default of a caveat or certificate of lis
pendens being Hied within such period, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
he forever estopped and debarred
from setting up auy claim to or in respect of the said land, and I shall
register Emma MacLaren, William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee as owner thereof In fee.
And 1 hereby order that publication
of this notice for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published lu New
Westminster, will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Hated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,, thla 9th day   of   January,
A. D. 1911.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth
ment to operate
institution. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
13. Separate schools for Orientals.
14. The strict enforcement of
steam boiler inspection.
15. Amendment of the Municipal
Act by making the examination and
registration of plumbers compulsory.
16. The appointment of assistant
inspectors to rigidly enfroce regulating cross-arm distances, spacing of
wires, inspection of poleS, etc.: the installation  of  a  telephone  signal  sys-
. cus, in ujrou.ua >   ���    ��� .tem in all underground workings; and
sanitary   Housing"   last  night    before   Ule compulsory drilling, at least once
and    Hazlemen    (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
REAL SLUMS IN
CANADA. SAYS HODGETTS
Quebec, Jan. 24.���"Slums are not
only coming into Canada, they are
actually with us." said Dr. C. A. Hod-
:etts,  in  opening  his address on  "In
Railway Time Tables
B.
the    Conservation    commission.      He'     month>  of employee,  in    tho
showed  tbe great   evils  which  attend   method of artificial resplrarion and re-
the improper housing of the poor suscitation    from    electric   shock,   by
The   slum  is   the    great    breeding   companles orerating electric lines.
Place for crime and disease.    We are       17     Government ownership of coal
receving   hundreds   of   thousands    of   m|nes, telephones and all public utlli
Immigrants and making absolutely no   tjes
provision   for   their   proper   housing.	
Thousands of these  immigrants  here Arre,ted   at   Wedding   Supper.
in our citv slums  under such condi-
tions as now are like cattle. I    Los   Angeles,  Jan.   24.���Just   after
Dr. Hodgetts pointed out the incon- J John Palen, an attorney, sat down to
gruitv of providing sanitary and prop- a welding supper with his bride and
er school facilities for the slum child ' relatives and friends, the police ar-
and leaving his home as a breeding j rested him. His bride is prostrated to-
place of crime and disease. I day.    Palen  is  accused  by  the Title
"We give a ciiminal a clean and and Trust Insurance company of forg-
sanltary place to live in. hut make it ing a deed to Los Angeles property
easy for him to become a criminal."    I worth $30,000.
thom   and  a  lot   of  new
Hew  place.
BELYEA &
Iflce phones, 150 and 732
il office phone 819.
LAND ACT.
CO.
Re lol  466, group I, in tbo District
New Westminster: 	
hereas proof of the loss o^ cerun-, tment (){ publlo works,
title  N'o. 6870F, issued    i
Ottawa,
17, 1911.
lurTIOt^SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
AUCOVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The   right    to   cut    Umber   under
Unseen Berth No. 531, ���������,,-injj
ii une of  Lee  Soon,   Bee  Ylck   Quon,
la   I n filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that. 1 shall,
al the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published '��  ���.
Uie City of New Westminster, issue a ncense ��u                     Uie provlnce 0
duplicate of the soid certificate, unless the |0"��^mblft   wlu b0 offered at
In   the   meantime   valid  objection  bei Biitish  COlumma,  ,M  _f
made to me in writing. _.,
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I and Registry Offlce, New Westmin-
���'"'. B. C, January 17, 1911.
Prudential Investment
Company, Ltd.
DIVIDEND  NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that a dividend al the rale Ol 12 | or < ent. ic
annum on the paid-up capital stock of
the Prudential Investment Co., i.td,
for the half year en Mug December
31st, 1010, will be laid at ll e head
office of the Company at Vancouver,
ll. C, on and after January 31st, 1911,
THOS. T. LANQLOIS,
���"" President
By order of the Board, Vancouver,
B.C., January 16, 1911.
NOTICE.
To   Water   Consumers���City   of   New
Westminster.
According to the new   regulaUo|t8
adopted at the beginning of the year.
I  II   IS I     I Olliui.""      -- .
JK  auction at  the  upwt prU* 0
1.100 00   it 2 o'clock p.m., on Wei nes
Sit 110th day of  March next   a
the office of tie    Dominion     limber
Agent at New Westminster.
Timber   Beith   No.   581,   st ae    n
tlmP^nco of Brills'!  Columbia. <n
N0T1CE. ^rSrl:iia!",an.^omprisln,;h:,t|montl< Qf ^ g���me
Personal applies   will   ho   re- portion of .he ^S^^% 42��3
"ived by tlm Helta Municipal Oounjg Section U,j����J      ,n,     an avoa ���f so
on Saturday, January 28, at 2 p.m.. f l   and 471, ana ��
the position of assessor.   Applicant:to acres, more w���^ ,,e lssue(, untll
State salary required. * f"., nmo,,nt of the purchase price
N. A. McDIARMID, thV       ,?,oi rental for   "������    "���'��
Clerk Municipal Council.      aad the gXouni    ental
Udner, January 18th, 1911. V���r' "ave bee" vM'
all water services are payable at least
quarterly, no more monthly payments being received.
In order to receive the  benefit of
the '25 per cent, rebate, the advance
payment for the    quarter    must    he
made before the end    of    tl.e    tlrst
ne.
^^^^^_   W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City Hull, January 20, 1811.
the    first
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:58  p.m.
Care leave New Westminster tor Van-
couver at 5:50, 6:20. 6:60. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hoar ther*.
after untll 11:00 v.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Care leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
���very   half   bour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van.
couver at 5:00 a.m.. and *v*ry half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour untll 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
O.  J.  Stewart, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. in.: arrives Seattle St 15 p. m.
..eaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:28
p.m.;  arrives Seattle H:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle ti:45 a. m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m.,
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leaves   Seatrle   4:'.15   p.m.;
New Westminster 0:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;
New Westminster fi:30 a.m.
arrives
arrives
arrives
With "This Woman and This Man"
MINNIE VJCT0R80NV>    ^    ^.^   Jan.
uary 28.
G_ n, R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex*
cept Sunday from bridge PMMHgr
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.        	
G<  N.  R.���Surras Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:10   a.m;   arrive*
bridge passenger station. New Westminster,   10:20   a.m.   dally   execept
SULeaaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3.50 y.m.\ arrive.
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday. ���     PAGE BIGHT.
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THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25,
1911
tSTwoodT it produces a rich. afUsUc
lln'sh to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Jusi try it and you will see bow
mucb better it is than any other poHsH.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
*
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor all dancing tloors.
You ran get Johnson's free book, "The
Proper Treatment tor Floors. Woodwork
and P.'rn'i'ire"i.nil these preparations of
ANDERSON & LUSBY J
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster
Modern Business
School
More than one are Investigating the
merits of this school and they find it
truly a Business School. No need to
look further, as we have the best
facilities for giving our students a
thorough business training.
Now is the time to start, at the beginning of the term.
S. Phillips, of Ponoka, Alta., was
registered at the Windsor last night.
For a good dinner go to the Cosmopolitan cafe.
Tbe weekly meeting of the city
council will be held at the usual hour
tonight.
,T. 0. Manzer, of Pilverdale, was in
Xew Westminister j ester-day on business.
Triple corner on Eighth street and
London, $1600, one-haif cash, six to
twelve months. Keid, Curtis &; Dorgan, 70G Columbia street. **
It is probable that the new abattoir of the Vancouver, Prince Rupert
Meal company in Sapperton v."ill commence operations today.
Eight different    programs    of   the |
best music, with explanatory "talks,"
at the Lauder Recitals, February 1, 2,
3  and  6. **
Cosmopolitan cafe has opened. **
was a guest
D. Moulton, of Langley
in the city yesterday.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A
tram office.   Phone 310.
Reid, next
a*
For particulars apply to ���
A. L. BOUCK,
Principal.
NOW IS IHE III
The ladies of the Maccabees will
hold their regular meeting at three
o'clock this afternoon in the Odd Fellows' hail. All members are requested to attend, as installation and inita-
tion ceremonies are to be conducted.
Meals at the Cosmopolitan cafe 20c
and up. **
A lonely vagrant was the only man
to face tlie magistrate in the police
court yesterday. He was told to depart. The court, this morning ought
ro be more interesting, as there are
several important cases to be heard.
Six-room house, modern. 350 feet
from Twelfth street on Eighth avenue; good stable; lot 66x132, $3150.
706  Columbia stieet. **
George Kennedy, president of the
Westminster Liberal association, will
be in the chair at the big Liberal
meeting to be held in Eagles hall, Columbia street, on Friday evening.
Many prominent supporters of the
party will be present from the district.
We have the cheapest lots in the
city for sale on Fifth and Sixth
streets; all cleared, leady to build;
come in and see us about them.
White,  Shiles  &  Co. **
The steamer Paystreak will make
a run up the river tomorrow morning,
returning the same day. It is expected that she will get up at least as far
as Mission. The Paystreak is the only
stern-wheeler operating on tlie river
at the present time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hell leave in a
few days on a lengthy visit to their
old home in England.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds ot cut flowers.    Phone R208 **
Although today is the anniversary
of tlie birth of Robert Burns, the local
Sons of Scotland are not holding any
celebration to mark the event.
Lot 50x109, cn Dublin  street, near
Fourteenth   street;   comfortable  four-
room house, sealed; price $1406, $400
t on mortgage, balance to arrange. See
I White, Shiles & Co. "*
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wood, of Al-
I berni,  formerly  of  New  Westminster,
are in tlie city for a few days on their
way hack from a three months' visit
to Eastern Canada.
Tickets for the Native Sons' dance
on January 30 aie on sale   at    Johnston's shoe store. Major's music store,
H.  Morey  &  Co.,    Phillips'    clothing;
store and Tidy, the florist. *'     |
The Public
Supply Stores
Cosmcpolitan
day.
is    cpen    night
and
��� *
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;   L.  D. 71;   Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
THE BOSS
Hand Cleaner
15 cts.
TRY IT AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Theie is some confusion in the bowling tournament which has been ar-
ranged for the Peoples' Trust Cup. \
team from Adams' Grocery store has
been entered, and the Druggists may
drop out. The real estate men of the
city may enter a team to contest for
the honors.
Eor sale on Third avenue, premises
192x297, with good ten-room bouse;
grounds all in lawn and orchard;
right on car line, 'lerms can be ar-'
ranged to suit. White, Shiles &
Co. M
Westminster Council No. 1, it. T. of
T., will hold an open meeting in the
Odd Fellows' hall at eight o'clock tonight.    An  interesting   program   has
j I een arranged and refreshments will
I he served.    Members are requested 10
j be in attendance at half past   seven
o'clock in order to transact prellmln-
' ary business.
I     Nothing   but  white   labor  employed
at the Cosmopolitan cafe. **
After assailing tlie powers that be
in the theatrical world for more than
two months, Manager McCaig lias at
lust succeeded in securing Miss Mary
Mannering, the ncttd actress, for an
evening's engagement at his theatre.
Miss Mannering is Starting this sea-
oon in a play of modern life entitled.
"A .Man's World." Cnfortunately this
attraction has been secured for the
same evening as the Native Son's Annual ball, but no doubt a large number of local theatre-seers will turn
out to witness this charming and
powerful actress at her best.
Full 66-foot lot cn Fourth avenue
near Second street, comfortable 7-
room house witli full cement basement, only $;i000. easy terms; only
small cash payment. White, Shiles
& Co. **
A three-minute hurricane sweot
down on the city last night, rain, hall
and wind mixed in gerous pr.ipoi tions.
One result of the minature cyclone
was the breaking of the high tension
wire at the corner of Eighth avenue
and Tenth street, the city being
thrown into darkness for a few minutes while the current was being
switched on to another circuit. Workmen started to lepair the break about
three o'clock this morning, all juice
being shut off during the operations.
Now the Xmas
and New Year holidays are over we(
have quite a large,
stock of Goods
which we are cleaning out cheap.
Quotations will
follow in a few
days. Watch the
paper.  .
However, it would
not be a bad idea
for our customers
to take advantage
before the rush
commences.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Alterations are Making Conditions
More Complicated Every Day
Special sale prices, however, are proving so attractive that business show  no sign of falling off
Our Big Alteration Sale Continues for One Week More
Every day brings forth some broken lot or odd slow selling line.
  hose must  ��� snd , ���
through stocktaking.    Today's advertisement, however, features new goods���articles    In
demand at the present time.    Vou will do well to consider these items.
we are
I
Handsome
Evening
Cloaks
Substantial  Reductions in
Price.
Two only, Cloaks,
$25.00 each
Regular $30.00 Values.
One cloak in pale grey
broadcloth lined throughout
with silk and trimmed with
braid bands, and hlack silk
revers; the other cloak is in
cardinal broadcloth m ide
with Bquare cut collar with
piping of black silk, front
fastened over with frogs,
lined throughout with silk.
Sale price, each  $25.00
One only, Evening
Cloak, $27.50
Regular Value $32.50.
A handsome cloak in apricot
cloth hears the reduction
noted above. Cloak is trimmed with silk pipings to
match, silk revers relieved
with touches of black, front
fastened with fancy frogs.
Sale price      $27.50
Sale Prices on  New
EVENING GLOVES
26  Inch  Silk Gloves.
$1.35 per pair
Heavy weight silk gloves
with double flnger lips, three
button opening, shades of
mauve, sky, pink, cream and
white; sizes 6 to 7V4. Sale
price,  per  pair    $1.35
Attractive Evening Dresses
Individually described and priced.    Here  are  gowns  In  the
newest  styles attractively  designed  and   trimmed   and   what in
they are ready for immediate use.    Tlie descriptions and
'ffrWii
very
s n
prices  fop
Sky Silk Evening Gown,  $15.00
Regular $19.75. frS***"*^'."*
Silk is soft, unllned with pretty   design   carried   out   in fine   Valenciennes lace Insertion, high neck transparent yoke.   Sale price $15.00
Sky Muslin Embroidered
Dress, $17*50
Very fine silky muslin nicely embroidered with bands and floui
embroidery, transparent yoke, low neck.    Regular price $23.60.    Sale
price  �� $17.50
White Silk Evening Gown, $19.50
Made with high neck, short sleeves, prettily trimmed with bands ol
Guipure insertion and embroidered with handsome Soutache braided
design.    Regular price $2:'..50.    Sale  price      $19.50
Fancy Net Dress, $20.00
An Ivory net made over silk lining, high neck, waist trimmed with
hands of Insertion and satin Messaline, and crochet buttons; skin
with tunic overskirt trimmed with hands of insertion. Regular price
$2.-,.nu.    Sale price $20-����
LONG KID GLOVES
20 Button  Length.
$3.40 per pair
White glue kid. Reynier
make guaranteed. 2u button
length; sue ".���"���.,. Regular
price, $3.76. Sale price, cor
pair $3.40
16 Button Length.
$2.70 per pair
White and black, sizes .VV,
io 7. Regular price $3.00,
Sale price, per pair . . .  $2.70
Black Silk Evening Dress, $24.50
Silk is a black satin Messaline made up with sleeve and waist In
one piece; peasant effect, transparent yoke of tucked net; skin ii
pleated and banded in, trimmed with hands of silk and pretty crochel
buttons.    Regular price $2S.5u.    Sale price $24.50
Silk and Chiffon Evening
Gown, $27.50
Waist made pi
semi-bobble    effi
Pale pink chiffon evening dress made over silk,
style, round cut neck; skirt with hand of silk,
Regular price  $32.50.    Sale  price    ..$27.50
Ecru Allover Net  Dress,  $37.50
Tlie nicest evening dress in the store.    Made of heavy dress n. I
silk,   yoke   Is   spi.ire   low   cut,  peasant   sleeve;    waist   If   mad.-   m
attractive tbrough the use of dainty Guipure motifs;  skirt   is ma ���
with  tunic overskirt   wilh  point  at  the side  trimmed with toui   ���
old rose velvet.    Regular price $45.00.    Sale price    $37.5.
Fancy   Trimmings at Sale Prices
The range of trimming is rapidly becoming smaller.   Evening i rem
bring a large demand for Bequln and beaded trimmings, gold bead an.1
fancy appliques, tassels, new black and colored drop ornaments  pi
trimmings,  sequin,  allovers,  frogs, etc.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
I he
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $Q,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to the I'aclllc; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also In
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW VORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
I Hafts Issued without delay-
on uli the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford  every   banking  facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
fl
DIED.
*****.****>>���
PRISCILLA NICHOLSON ���At her
residence 2:!:: Sixth avenue, January 24, Prlscilla Nicholson, wife of
Malcolm Nicholson, aged seventy-
three years, nine months and eight
days.
five and Ten Acre Blocks I
**.
I
CLOVERDALE���Five acres, a new house nnd 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.    Kasy   terms to arrange.
CLOVERDALE���Ten acres fully cleared. This also adjoins the town
of Cloverdale and will make a first class market garden or poultry ranch. Price $350 per acre. Terms, one-third cash, balance
to arrange on easy payments.
Ketchel's   Slayer  Convicted.
Marshfleld, Mo., Jan. 24.���Guilty or
murder in the lirst. degree wns tho
verdict returned at- Mi-lSU 4��day, by i
the jury in tlie case of Walter A. Dip-
ley and ('.oldie Smith, charged with
murder of Stanley Ketchel, the pugilist. Sentences of life Imprisonment
vvill he meted to each. The Jury was
out seventeen hours.
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Lowest Prices on
Dining Room
Furniture
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Galloway & Lewis
BEST VALUE FOR
Corner Columbia and Fourth Streets
Phone 829.
LEAST MONEY
New Weatminster.

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