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to   VOLUME 8, NUMBER 263.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY   MORNING,  JANUARY   16,   1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
MAYOR GRAY POPULAR CHOICE
OF WESTMINSTER RATEPAYERS
Returned to Power With Majority of 241 Over Apponent,
Ex-Alderman J. J. Johnston���Four of Present Council
Re-elected���Henley Defeated���Annandale, Smith and
���fJoulet New Members���Bryson Heads Polls���T. J.
Trapp, Trustees Green and (Jilley Returned With Dr.
McSween to School Board.
The following Is the table Bhowlng how tin* voting was distributed
si. Georges Sapperton West End Queensboro
Mayor: v          1
A. \\. Gray    1114 % 04 12
.1 J. Johnston  s:;'j 126 95 22
Aldermen:
.1. S. Bryson    1348 161 lit *,>$
T, S. Annandale   i2::.j 122 10s it;
W.   Dodd     991 108 128 17
T. II. Smith    !)77 'j:1, 68 5
.1. li. Jardine   r<s4 77 nr, x
A. B. Kellington   870 74 54 7
led. Goulet     77r, 71 41 14
William   McAdam      649 94 ill 16
���I-   ll'iilcy      7L'l 1.12 108 Hi
A. Hardman    57:1 68 71 20
A- Hogg   436 in:* 77 x
D.S.Cameron   890 58 68 10
T. Rutledge   4U r>i 53 7
T. A. Barnard     369 57 80 12
Srhoo1 Trustees:
T. J. Trapp   1361 128 128 14
Dr. T. B. Green   1140 148 m 12
.Mrs. S. A. Gilley   801 70 68 12
Dr. P. D. McSween   737 103 85 6
W.   Murray     70C 65 57 5
I).  W. Cross     630 80 77 16
Mrs. M   s. Rennie   598 101 63 13
Total
1316
1025
1678
1509
1244
114:'.
1124
1005
901
850
824
732
623
525'
522
518
1631
1417
951
931
833
803
773
SEEKS 10 APPOINT MAYOR MARS
NINE SENATORS      MEETS DEFEAT
Borden Gives Notice of Res- J. R. Mackenzie's Opposition
olution to Provide New Ticket Elected at Port
Members in Senate.
Coquitlam.
Three to Come from British Columbia I Polling at Port Moody and Chilliwack
���Two Each from the Prairie ���Planta  Returned in  Nanaimo
I
Provinces. by  Large Majority.
Ottawa, Jan. It
ber cf divorces
The
growing Hum- Port*Coquitlam,'Jan. 15.���Carrying
in Canada and the 1 with him the three aldermanic candi-
fact that thera are forty applications 1 dates whom he supportsd, J. It. Mac-
ulrpady before parliament this ses-1 Kenzie was today elected mayor of
skin, has forced upon the attention of [Port Coquitlam by a majority of 29
parliament  the matter of divorce  re-'votes over Mayor James Mars.
form. W. B. Xorthrup, of Bast Hastings, has already given notice of a
resolution on the subject asking that
the problem be taken into immediate
consideration with a view to changes
in the law.
Mr. Nurthrup's resolution is as follows: "That in the opinion or.this
house    the    procedure    under    which
Those elected for aldermen were:
Alderman it. C. Galer, A. W. Keith,
H. O'Hanley. Alderman D. E. Welcher
and R. W. Hawthorne. The last two
named ran on the Mars ticket.
School Trustees.
Mrs. John Smitn" headed the poll for
school trustees.   Arthur Mars, broiher
sup
ha
The electorate of New Westminster
yesterday decided in favor of the ad*
ministration of Mayor A..VV. Gray,
returning him over his opponent, J
.1. Johnston, with a majority of 241,
after one of the sharpest and most
spirited election contests that has ever
taken place in the Itoyai City. A record in '.:'.e number of votes was estate
liahod, no lass than 3391 votes being
polled in the mayoralty content.
Four  Aldermen.
For aldermen, four of the present
administration were returned in Aldermen Bryson, Dodd. Jardine and Rel-
llngton. Messrs. Annandale, Smith
anil Goulet are the new members, Alderman Henley was the only member of
the present council to go down tn dele,it being second man amongst tin*
defeated candidates.
Ery6on   Heads   Poll.
For the victors, Alderman Bryson
Oh . li. .1 Alderman Dodd'B 1913 record by heading the polls, followed by
'I'. S, Annandale, whose total of 1569
was one of the surprises of the campaign. Atflefman Dodd came third,
follower) ill oriler by T. II- Smith. Aid
erman Jardine, Alderman Kellington
und Ed. (loulet. (If the defeated ones
William McAdam made a surprising
run  with 850 voles to his credit.
Only one labor man was elected in
Alderman Dodd, the others, Messrs
Hogg, Cameron and llarnard being
away down in the list.      f
Johnston Leads Three Polls.
The business section or the vote
polled at St George's hall, defeated
ex-Alderman Johnston, mayoralty candidate, for while he wns ahead of
Mayor Gray In Sapperton, West End
and Queensboro, the heavy vote polled
iu tho business area more than offset
the other three stations.
School   Board.
Of the school board. Chairman T. .1
Trapp was at the head of the polls
with 1631 votes, leading all other candidates whether seeking the mayoralty or aldermanic chairs. Mr. Trapp
wns followed by Dr. Green with 1417;
Mrs. Gilley. 951, and Dr. M'Sween
with 931. This means that three ot
tho present school hoard were re-
eln-trd to office. Dr. McSween being
the new member.
Despite what appeared to be harsh
criticism of each other's platform dur-
jing the campaign the utmost friendly
: feeling  existed   between   Mayor Gray
.and   ex-Alderman   Johnston,   the   two
being noticed enjoying lunch together
I at  a downtown  cafe at a  time  when
tbe voters were flocking to the polls.
1 Uy an agreement reached following
'the opera house meeting  of Wednes-
(Orsiitliiuod on Psge Bight.)
fNDS lift IN ICY
WATERS Of FRASER
MAYOR GRAY EXTENDS THANKS.
When the result of the polling was the principals, but also all the
announced Mayor Gray made the fol- porters, can meet again without
lowing statement to The News:
"I wish to extend my sinctre thanks that  has happened  during  the    past
to the electors,    and    especially    the , week.    Mr; Johnston  and   myself  re-
ladies,   who   yesterday   marked   their  main the best of friends,
ballots in my favor.    Their apprecla- \    "The aldermen-elect are representation of my efforts to give this city a.tlve gentlemen, and 1  am  well eatts-
Rood clean administration ln the past  fled with  the choice of  the electors,
is most gratifying, and  1 must say 1  We can look forward to a year's good
feel the honor of being elected mayor  work in  1S14, and 1    feel    confident
for   1914   even    mere than 1   dirt mv  that when these gentlemen appear on
I elevation to the position by acclama-  th? platform at the next annual rate-
tion in  1913. payers' meeting they  will be able to
"To my opponent, Mr. Johnston, I give a satisfactory account cf their
wish to extend my th*iYi*s for the ...work during the year. 1 am only
clran and gentlemanly manner in sorry that by the defeat of Alderman
which he conducted the campaign Henley the city Iosps a good and faith-
against the administration. It is ful servant, who has spared neither
something in he proud of that, after time nor trouble in the discharge of
a short  hut  sharp campaign, not only his civic duties."
divorces are granted by parliament |of James Mars, was the other candi-
aud the consequent unreasonable ex- date elected to Mil the two vacancies
pense thereof a e so unsatisfactory, ��" the school board.
besides being prohibitive to the great. Although the election of Mr. Mac-
majority of the people of Canada, that IKensle was expected the sweeping
the same should be taken into im- majorities secured by the candidates*
mediate consideration by the govern-1 tor alderman whom he supported
ment wilh a view to a reform due to came somewhat as a surprise. Mac-
the present system." JKjnzie  did  not  support a full  ticket
Mr. Borden gives notice of a resolu- :of aldermen, but the three men whom
tion providing fcr two additional sena- [he  did  back   headed the  polls.    The
iug to express    regret    fcr   anything tors    each from    Manitoba,    Alberta, (result all round showed that the peo-
Saskatchewan and three from  British
Columbia.
A.   Campbell   Disappears   from   Royal
Columbian   Hospital   and   It   Is
Alleged Committed  Suicide.
After 11 search lasting two days the
local police have come to the conclusion that Alex. Campbell, who disappeared from the Hoyal Columbian
hospital early Wednesday morning,
has committed suicide by throwing
himself into the  Fraser.
Campbell was receiving treatment
at the hospital, being located on the
ground floor. At a time when the
hall was fr<e of any of the nursing
staff, the man disappeared through
the door dressed only in his night
clothes and slippers.
His footsteps were traced to where
ihe climbed  a  fence  to  Keary  street
and  it  is  believed  that  he  made  his
way to the river and ended his life
by drowning.
Campbell is a married man having
a wife and children who. according to
a letter he received the day previous
to his disappearance, had just sailed
for Canada to join him. Ills illness,
which waa not serious, together with
the probable, belief thai he could not
properly provide for bis family, arc
supposed to be the reason he took the
Step.    He was about 40 years of age.
SHIPS ASHORE
AT GOLDEN GATE
Ferry on  Rocks in  Heavy
Fog���Passengers Are
Saved.
San Francisco. Jan. 15
western Pacific ferry steamer Tiburon
ran ashore on ths rocks near Port
McDowell on Angel island, shortly
after S o'clock tonight. She is crowded with passengers and a dense fog
covers the bay. Her captain communicated wilh shore, reporting her
bottom undamaged and a hop* of floating her off at flood tide. The Fort
Point life savers, lhe United States
tug Golden Gate and other craft have
gone to her assistance
The pilot boat Pathfinder, inbound
through the gate, ran ashore near
Fort IMjint shortly after the Tiburon
struck.
Nearly  Collided.
Two Key Route ferry steamers, the
Yerba Huena and Fernwood, crowded
with passengers, narrowly escaped
serious collision earlier in  the  even-
1 pilots saw each other coining head-on
iand  reversed    at   full  speed  In  time,
- the boats just grazing. The only damage done  was  to  the   Yerba     Hu na.
whose starboard   forward  railing  was |
smashed.
Mariners say the fog is the thickest
in the history of the bay.
Rescue Passengers.
The passengers    of    the    Tiburon.
numbering   hundreds,  "were   taken   to i
Sausalito, a suburb, in every form of j
craft   that   could   be   impressed   into j
service.    -Notice of their predicament,
coupled with reassurances as to their ALDERMAN
safety had  been  flashed to Sausalito.
Mill  Valley,  Kan  Rafael    and    other   " h0B,e s,ami ou
Marin  county   towns  bv  the  govern- Question  was  yesterday
Tho North- ment wireless station at the Angel is- jthe ratepayers when he was returned
land immigration station. |to the city for the third term.
To    aid    in    the    rescue work the |
Northwestern    Pacific    company    dispatched the    Lagunitas.    one   of   its
steamers, from  Tiburon tu the scene
cf the accident.
pie were anxious for a change ot administration. Mayor Mars has been
reeve  and  mayor for three  years In
succession.
Enthusiastic  Been*.
When   the  result ot  the   poll   was
announced at the agricultural hall the
I enthusiasm of a crowd that had col-
1 lected at the door knew  no bounds.
I The   mayor-elect   was  dragged  to    a
1 waiting automobile and hurried down
i to the rotunda ot the city hall where
���a large crowd bad gathered.
I    Mounting the city  hall steps,    Mr.
{MacKenzie    thanked      the      citizens
for the support accorded him and asked   for  the   guidance  and   counsel  of
his    electors     throughout    the    year.
Alderman  R.   C.   Galer.   A.   W.   Keith
and    R.    O'HanJey.    in    response    to
cheers  of  the  crowd,  also   spoke,   as
did Mrs. John Smith, who headed the
poll for school  trustees.    Mrs.  Smith,
in  a  nicely   worded   speech,   declared
she would do her best In the interests
of the children and the ratepayers as
a whole.    Alderman A.  Millard, retiring, who assisted in the fight for the
opposition,    in answer    to calls    and
cheers for a speech respondod briefly.
Mrs. John Smith occupies the honor
of  being  Port  Coqultlam's   hrs:   lady
school trustee.
KELLINGTON
the    liquor    license
endorsed   by
Must Justify Increase.
Ottawa, Jan. 15.���At a sitting of the
railway commission to be held in
Ottawa 011 the 20th. railway companies will be required to justify the proposed increase in charges for the detention of refrigerator cars. The
Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific
.ill be asked to explain the further
postponement of revised joint tariffs
on lumber from the southern states to
Canadian ports, the said tariffs promised for October 15, as the effective
STRIKER GOUTY
ON ONE COUNT
MAYOR PIANIA
AGAIN RETURNED
(Special to Tho News.)
Nanaimo. Jan. 15.���Mayor Planta
was elected mayor of Nanaimo In today's election by a majority of 492
over his opponent, J. Hodgkinson.
Mayor Planta polling a three to one
vote. The citizens' ticket was elected
ou the council and school board.
ing  off   Ytrba  Huena    island.    Their date, not having been tilJd as yet.
Ernest Morris Convicted of
Unlawful   Assembly-     CHILLIWACK MAYOR
Another Charge.
BY ACCLAMATION
Bank Robbers and Posse
in Running Pistol Battle
Everett, Wash.. Jan. 15.- Five armed , through the
men held up the Granite Kails state |the robbers
bank, 16 miles northeast of here late
today, and escaped with between $1500
and $11000. after engaging in a running pistol battle With a posse of citizens.
window. This alarmed
who desisted from their
efforts to secure the bank officials
and gathering up all the loose money
in the cages ran Into the street and
started east toward Iron mountain.
Turner's  shot  and  the screams  of
T. J.   TRAPP
Chairman of the board of Brhool trustees who was yesterday returned to
the board at the head of the pell.
The men, who wore no masks, en-:M;s. Forest ami children in the street
tered the bank shortly after 4 o'clock returning home from school spread
this afternoon when the only em-. the alarm and a posse of 15 citizens
ploy cos in the place were .1 Q, Inger- j armed with pistols and rifles, led by
soil, cashier, and ('. B, Stage, assist-1 Prod Ivy, the town marshal, started in
ant cashier. One cf the robber* stood pursuit, firing as they ran. The rob-
guard at the front door, while the 1 hers, each of whom was armed with
others forced Ingoreoll and Stage to two revolvers, returned the fire, but
a back room and attempted to lock'as far as known no one on either side
them in.    While they  were capturing I was  injured.
the  cashier  and   his   assistant   Mrs. j    Ivy and his posse pursued the rob-
Stella    Forest    started  to enter the hers toward  Iron mountain until the
bank hut was driven away by the man  fugitives became lost In the fog.
or. guard. A posse of seven sheriffs attending
Screaming  Down  Street. the state convention of sheriffs now
Realising that a hold-up was in pro- in serslon here left Everett tonight to
gross Mrs. Forest ran screaming down 1 search for the robbers who are bottle main street of the town. ES. L. .llevod to be hiding lu the mountains.
Turner, the postmaster, hearing the Granite Falls ls a town of 800 popula-
alarm, grabbed a Fhot gun and ranitlon, situated on the Monte Cristo
to the defence of the bank, shooting I branch of the Northern Pacific.
Tho jury in the east* of Ernest
Morris, charged on six counts cf rioting, riotous damage to property and
tn',1 wful assembly, returned to the
co; rt room about half past nine last ���
ulght, after having been out more
than three* hours, with a verdict
against tho prisoner of guilty on one
count, the last named in the Indictment, that of having taken part In
an unlawful assembly. The prisoner
was remanded for sent. nee. while
there still remains to be disposed ot i
the charge against him of attempted
murder on which one jury already has
disagreed.
Contempt of Court.
Thr dramatics Incident of the trial
came late in the afternoon while the
accused was in the box. ln the face
of the evidence Of four or five witnesses fcr the crown, who swore posi
lively that they had seen Morris
carrying a rifle, the prisoner stuck to
a straight denial of all these stories
and entered a strenuous d:nial as well
to the statement of the crown witnesses that when he had taken the
fan engineer. White, before the
strikers   committee   he    was   accom-
Chilliwack. U.C., Jan. 15.���Elections
here today resulted as follows: Aldermen, R, O. Atkins, 154 votes; Robert
J. Banfcrd. 316: C. E. Eckert. 193;
S. Mclillllvray. 245; C. B. Reeve, 257.
Henry Nelems was defeated and had
164 votes.
The mayor, H. J. Barber, was elect-
eel by acclamation.
RETURN MAYOR ROE
AT PORT MOODY
pnnied by a striker named  Anderson Wright  149*
Pert Moody. Jan. 15��� The Port
Moody electors endorsed the 1813 administration yesterday by returning
Mayor P. D. Roe at the head of the
council for another term. The mayor's
majority over his opponent. Dr. Con-
way Cartwrlght, waa 51. The victor
polled a voU  *Dt   200   and   Dr. Cart-
who was armed with a rifle.
"Anderson was not with me," said
the prisoner.
"Then who was with you ?" asked
his lordship.
' 1 do not wish to tell," replied the
prisoner.
"Perhaps you do not understand thp
(Continued on Page Fire.)
Those elected as aldermen from tha
two wards were Messrs. McKay, McLean, White, Taylor, McNeice nnd
Maude In the order of the poll. Tho
first three mentioned are re-elects.
��� The greatest surprise of the election
j was the defeat of Alderman M. R.
Ottley, who although he lead the o����
position tn the council last year, waa
thought to stand well with the voters,
i
: PAGE TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914.
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MOVE HEADQUARTERS FROM
CALGARY TO NELSON
SOES   AND  GIVES
HER  BABY  AWAY. I
Nelson, Jan.   1".
Mountain   Lumber
-Members    of the
Manufacturers'  as-
Detective's Tools Taken.
San   Francisco, Jan.  16.���A  burglar
I entered  the rooms of .1. 0.  Weber, a
T I private detective, today and stole his
Spokane. Jan. iB.���Mrs.  Marie Han-  falst, whiskers and all his Other valu-
sen, a widow, sobbed in  the court  ofjable*. .
Judge   William   llunekc   yesterday   as j ������������������������ _ i
she saw  Mrs. Carrie  Lawrence adopt
her  baby,  Milton   Harry   llaiften.
Mis.  Hansen's husband died a year
 ic
FRIDAY   MORNING,     JANUARY  16,  1913.
sociation, at  tbe  annual  ineftiiig    al lago, leaving her destitute with a child i
Nelson,  decided   that   the   head  office two years old,    Mrs. Carrie Lawrence.'
should be moved from uClgiiry to this; the   wife  of   Bdward   J.   Lawrence  of
city, where il was locates up to about j Medical   Lake,   agreed   to   adopt,   the
12   months  iiro.     Decision  to   form   a ��� child when the mother said she could
sales circular department, With a view ��� not make a living for herself und her;
to distributing promptly to all maim-1 baby.
fuetui'ors  reports  of sales made  audi    "Ho you  know that  you are giving
that  a    grading    bureau    should    b?|up all claim  to this child  when  you
established   at   the   head   office,   was,permit   Mrs.   Lawrence  to  adopt  lt?"j
reached. j asked the judge, as the sobbing moth-
Over production of mills, lack    of jer took the stand,
tariff protection on  lumber while the 1    "1 can't give him up entirely and 1
manufacturers are compelled to pay
duty on machinery and supplies on a
hifih   tariff   basis   and   the    excessive
Carrying charges and taxation on the
must see him occasionally. 1 cannot
make a liviiiK for both of us and must
do the best 1 can for him," said the
motile.'
Mrs. Lawrence then explained she
had cared for the child and would per
mil the mother to visit him at any
time. Judge Huueko Blgued the order
of adoption.
WASHINGTON  STATE  TOWN
SLIDES TOWARDS SOUND
per annum and that during 1012. a
year of record consumption, the
amount of lumber used In the four
western provinces of Canada, which
const it iiterft.r>
per cent, of the market
A GOOD COUNCIL.
The results of the elections yesterday have placed
the reins of civic government of New Westminster in the (.uoun. ^^ mu ia_ ,
hands of a strong council and one that should be able to i0w grade and thinly timbered u
handle business during the year 1914 with keen and intel- �����j* ^s^.^rettrinTpfesideS
ligent business foresight and acumen. las the chief reasons for the present
From the standpoint of a desire for a continuity of ����d|*i~0L*e}?^7^b2���^
.     . ���l i   ,��        ,1     ,    -m*- ^"i nis   point   iiiiii   uu'it1  iiiiii   u.tii   ov&i
policy, it is cause tor congratulation that Mayor *bray production, he quoted figures to show-
has been returned to office.   His opponent, ex-Alderman thai the producing capacity of British
.   , i ,-<���/> i   ���      ii       ,i ���  :,i������*-:���l   Columbia mills  wns 3,200,000,000  loot
Johnston, made a stiff run and n> the three residential
polls headed his worship, but in the central division, where
most of the vote was cast, the mayor held his own and
was re-elected with a substantial majority, one which
leaves no question as to the sentiment of the majority of
the ratepayers.
The campaign was keen throughout, though of short,
duration.    Mr. Johnston showed a speed and energy h
thai   surprised   even   his   staunchest   supporters   andi
it is to be regretted that, though defeated in the race for | Toppenish, wash., Jan. ie.���After u
the mayoralty, he could not be included as an aldermanic ^^ww, weigSd atad "5
representative at the council board, where his previous hay. for which he received a fee of
experience and whole-hearted interest in New Westmin- J0^**-^��� fin<;d $24'20 for uslns
ster's welfare would have been valuable assets. |   The state inspector of weight^snd
An earlv survey of the council would indicate that the measures was here to seeythaPhis
"       "    *-'        ...   :' .    ,   . �����   ���  i *,L    ,,    j   1   .     recent orders on  the readjustment ot
harbor plans will be carried to a finish without delay, various scales m -tiie town had been
Mo��nr CU-iv and the maioritv of the new aldermen have enforced.  The i.ubbe Exchange com- ��'Uu; w*��w oases in tne county re-
lViayOl  'jia\ ami me umjuiiitf ui wwucw aRlc""L'.' w"\c had   bpen   warned   ab011t   itslsul1 fmm employers furnishing ttuir
expressed themselves as strong tor this work and in this ,-    but sino   tlH, |n8peotor.8 pre, help with bad drinking water m the
Your Vote and
Influence
Respectfully solicited as
Candidate for Councillor for Coquitlam Mu-
licipality.
James D.
Robertson
GOES  TO  JAIL   FOR
SMOKING CIGARETTES
Lewlston, Idaho, Jan. ir>. Roy
Browfl, age 19��� was arraigned before
Judge Brb this afternoon charged
with smoking cigarettes. He pleaded
guilty and was lined $1. Refusing
to pay the fine he was committed to
the  county  jail.
Brown is tho first prisoner ever
committed to the Nez Perce county
jail on a charge of smoking cigarettes.
Officers say the laws regarding smoking will be rigidly enforced,
Harry Bonner, aged 15, was fined
$5 yesterday for a similar offence. The.
fine was paid.
Youth Saves Friend.
Port Smith, Ark., Jan. 15. To save
John Sharp, a friend, Brodle Hates,
19 years old, walked from Hrawley,
a mountain town, to Fort Smith. 75
miles, that he might plead guilty today
to selling whisky at a picnic.
Edmonds,  Wash., Jan.  16,    The village of Meadowdale, iwo miles north*
of Edmonds, looks like an earthquake'
city.     Owing   to   the.   recent    heavy !
rains  the  whole  bank  on   which   the
Of the  mills of    this    province,    wns | town  is situated has been sliding.
1,827,000,000 feet from British Colum-j    There  are  crevices   in   the  streets
bla  mills and  2,127,000,000  feet from  and sidewalks are pushed out of line'
American mills. * 'and In some places the earch has sunk
three   feet.
IS FEE DID NOT
BALANCE HIS FINE
It. is said if the rains had lasted a]
few days longer the hamlet would be i
on  the Great   Northern   tracks or  In
the  Sound.
Every winter the bank at this place
slides a little, but this winter it has
been worse than usual.
BLAMES BAD WATER
FOR TYPHOID CASES
Walla Walla, Wash., Jan. 15.���Most
of the typhoid cases In the county re
Coquitlam Municipal
Elections
Albert Oxtoby
Running as
Councillor Candidate
and you vote for a square deal
all round with favors to none;
a referendum on all Important
questions; and employment of
residents and ratepayers on all
municipal work. He will also
urge the early extension of the
II. C. Electric car along the
North road.
Polling day, Saturday, Jan, 17.
Paris Is Shivering.
Paris, Jan. 15.- Several deaths have
I occurred in Paris because of the cold
'��� weather and  there Is  much  suffering
among   the   poor.     The   temperature
: dropped   to  22,  degrees  fahrenheit  to-
i nirin    the     lowest    of  the  year.     A
piercing wind prevails with occasional
flurries Of snow.    The prefect of Paris
is   arranging   to   place   large   fireH   in
the streets  for  lhe homeless and  is
distributing food and fuel to the needy.
Annual Convention.
The annual convention of the B. C.
Stockbreeders' association will be held
In the Empress hotel, Victoria, Jan.
-'.I and 30, A strong program is being
prepared and Interesting sessions are
assured.
expr
rega
choice of representatives
reirard the ratepayers are to be congratulated on their vious visit  tin*  concern  went   mm
SOUND CRAfT IN
H��R COUISION
CHINESE  WILL  BE  MENACE
IF  NOT  WELL  TRAINED.
bankruptcy and Mr. Shearer was appointed receiver. Mr. Shearer presumed he had 10 days' grace and was
calmly weighing a load of hay when
the inspector called.
Spokane, Jan. 15.���"The Chinese are
[among the brainiest, most industrious,
patient and peaceful people on earth.
 hul unless they are helped in bringing
: up the right kind of men the Chinese
Sentinel   Badly   Damaged   in   Crash empire on its awakenlngrwlll be a menace   to  the   whole   civilized   world."
with
Hyak   on   Seattle
Waterfront.
So declared Or. A. A. Fulton of the
China missions team, at the weekly
|luncheon of the. chamber of com-
(merco yesterday. Spokane, Dr. Ful-
| ton said, could well afford to put $30,-
Seattle,   Jan. 16,���While   steaming i 000   into  this   business  or  Christian  ^ barley Md one part o"
own the waterfront at full speed yes-'missions in China   as for every dol- g gfeian anumi)| Q. ������ m(,
-down ���**>������"  ���**���.-.. -	
.   j          ������!.,���  i,^���r,a fmm nii>i* 1 to! lar  invested  he  could   promise  busi-
terdav morning, bound trom piei  i uji                                      . mtlz            ,
eeiuaj  nun ii.iib,                      r iness men a return of $25 in trade.
the dock of the Alb.rs Brothers Mill- .*(;onfusianism," he said, "Is a mere
ing company, the sound steamer Hyak, material system of politics, etchls and
of the Kitsap County Transportation ��� philosophy. It has no deterrent pow-
COmpany, crashed Into the steamer er, \ve cannot raise the highest type
Sentinel, of the Merchants' Transpor-, of man in China without Christian
tation company, crushing the vesstl'Sj colleges and missionaries."
guard and tearing a great hole in her j Dr. Fulton declared that iron from
side just aft of amidships and extend-[the Yangtse district could be delivering below the water line. ;ed in Spokane cheaper than it could
The Sentinel was on her way from Ibe produced in all the rest of the
the Colmau dock to lhe coal bunkers i world. He said over 20.000 tons of
and was steaming the same direction ore had already been contracted for
as the Hyak. A misinterpretation of to be delivered on I'uget Sound,
whistle  signals   is  believed    to  have
A Busy Cow.
Pullman, Wash., Jan. 15.���Caroline,
a grade Holstein cow owned by the
Washington state college, established
an enviable record for her breed when
she produced 1124 pounds of milk in
17 days, an average of nearly 67
pounds per day. The butter fat record
of the animal was 47H pounds for the
same length of time. The tests began
six days after the cow had calved, ai^d
her feed during the 17 days consisted
of 20 pounds of grain each day, composed of two parts of bran, one part j
f oats, with
al and soy
bean meal added The tests will be
continued for several months and a
careful record of the production of
the cow will be kept.
summer Ume, says County Health
Officer It. W. Smith in his semi-annual report to the county commissioners. He recommends that some
method be found by which the employers can be forced to pay the expense of their men who become sick
from this cause. At present the cost
is on the county.
"The general condition of the
health of the county has been good.
There was one outbreak of scarlet
fever near Dixie, but that was curbed
by prompt quarantine measures,"
says the report.
The epidemic of measles is waning.
There are 10 cases cf mild sirillpox,
contracted from workmen whe came
her�� from IJnTontown, staying in lodg
ing houses, eating at restaurants and
vi>.ting harber shops before the disease was discovered,
Edward C. A. Percy
The People's Candidate
for Councillor of Coiiuitlam Municipality, solicits your vote and
Influence at the election on Saturday, Jan.  17.
PI tform: Retrenchment until
financial conditions improve.
Urge early construction of the
bridge across Brunette river and
administration in other matters
to the best Interests of the municipality as a whole.
SMITH   ROAD,   BURQUITLAM.
WOMEN'S   BANK   WILL
CELEBRATE SUCCESS
Berlin, Jan. 16���The Berlin women's
bank, which is believed to bo the only
bank In the world run for and by women exclusively, has just completed
five years of existence and is to celebrate  the event on  January  17.
A luncheon will be given on that
date with several hundred guests, and
future plans for the development of
the bank will be announced. Among
the plans is the establishment of a
daily financial  paper.
W
HELD UP BY TWO
MASKED THUGS
N   SEATTLE
signals
been the cause of the collision.
As Uu* prow of the Hyak crushed
through the Sentinel's timbers she began to ti;l with water, and her master
head, d her for shore, planning to
beach the vessel near the old Stetson
mill dock.
News of the accident had been t.ele-
MAPS  OUT  LIST  OF
Seattle, Jan. 15.���E. White, a grocer
and confectioner at 400 West Harrison street, was held up and robbed In l
his store by two men last evening i
about 7 o'clock. They entered the
store wearing masks and displaying
revolvers. White complied with their
demands to put up his hands.   One of
THE DOMINION BANK
SIS EDMUND B  OSLER, M P., PRESIDINT. W. D   MATTHEWS. VICE-PRESIDENT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
the men stepped in back of the coun
MEETINGS  FOR  1914.  ter and  emptied  the cash till of    be*
  tween $10 and $12.
Victoria. Jan. 16.���Chairman Arm- Charles lloyce and Leo Herons, 29
strong of the provincial board of wa- and 20 years old, respectively, were
ter rights investigation, announced arrested at Western avenue and John
yesterday   that   the   board   had   com-  street, a few    moments   later.    They
answer the descriptions of the holdups. They say they know nothing of
the robbery,
���nleted Its proposed Itinerary for 1014.
phoned to the waterfront lire station,  whereas It8 work during m3 t00k lt
and  in  a  very   few   minutes  the  city  Uir011(,h  ,hp (lrv  belt,  including  Ash-
lirebcat nuwamish. In charge of 1 slot  (,Ivft   S\viAu, Kamloops ami the Okan- i
VV.  S.  Evans,  waa  straining  tor the agan districts, it will go farther afield
Hast waterway at full speed.   The Du-  (v,ir year .;,.,*  *n addition to consider- i
wamlsh reached lhe Sentinel as she;*,.,   vari0���8 claims  for irrigation  re-
was being  headed  for the  beach and   (.onl!.   wj!i  take up  mining water rec-
teok her In tow.   The pumps of the 0rda    in    Increasing  number.    April,
steamer had  failed  to check  the  in-Vill see the work under way.
rush (f water through the great hole;    The beard -'.ill for the first time go'
In her side and she was sinking fast   into  the  the   Arrow   lake   and   Revel-
when the  powerful  gear of the fire- stoke sections,    ii  hs hardly believed'
boat  was pUI  In operation that    the    water commissioners  will
The Du wamlsh soon had the Sent-  have sufficient data  before them  to j
[pel righted, and while pumping great  justify many sessions at points on the
streams of water out of her hold tow- coast as had born planned. The beard's i
rd her to the plant of ihe Elliott Bay work  on  the  coast   will  probably  be
Or,-  t*- r!<  company   where she  was delayed until next year.
dry docked    at    ;', o'clock    yesterday ;    Tho    1914    itinerary    given    below !
shows that t''" question of Irrigation !
Capital Paid Up
Ht serve Fund and Undl /ided Profits
$5,400,000.00
7.100,000.00
afti rnoon fcr n pairs.
WH
GROUNDED IN
records Is still  paramount in the ac-1
tlvlties of the water board.   The itinerary  lo:   April.  N'ew   Denver, Slocan
Na-Dro-Co laxatives
are different in that they
do not gTipe, purge nor
cause nausea, nor does
continued use lessen their
effectiveness. You can
always depend on them.
25c. a box at your
Drugpst's.    ns
SsOMtl Droo ��4 Chemical C*.
ol Canada, UnUltd
VANCOUVER HARBOR City, Ptector, Nelson, Heffley creek,
Kamloops; May. North Bend, Nicola;
June, Lumby, North Vancouver, Mission; July. Cache and Sc ittle crei k
north of A.Ehcrcft, Lillooet, 150-Mile
House; August, Okanagan Centre, En-
derby, Armstrong; September, Lardo,
Kaslo  and   Creston;   October,   Ducks,
Viol 1 in.  15.   An  Inquiry   will
bo 1 ' i n Vlctoi la toward the end of
th's weei !' * ,;:>' circumstances at-
tondin.'.r the grounding of the Grand
Trunk Pacifl ��� steamer Prince Oeorge
in   Vane ti' ��� r   N irrows.     The   forth-
You Can Start a Savings Account
with $1.00. It Is not necessary for you to wait until you have s
large sum of money In order to start a Savings Account with this
Bank. An account can be opened with $1 00 and more on which
liuerT,! Is compounded twice a year.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH :   G. H. MATHEW30N, Mana��er.
coming Invi -uigatioii will be presided chase, Slcamous, Orand Prairie, Kam
over by Capt. .1, bn Macpherson, Do
minion ,v ��� ,; commissioner, who will
be assist! d 1 y two nautical assi 1 oth
yet   1.::   I "   I'M. *']
T'be   l rn      G u rge  struck  at   the
fnt.-a'-i e       ��� lie Vr.nci uver harbor on
the ni'-I*: 1 f !tec EO, when ; mthboun 1
from Prince Rupert.   The mishap occurred   through   ti-,"  officers   of   the
G.T.P. steamer mistaking the light of
11  sniil!   vessel ashore,  for the  light
showing  Hie entrance ol  ' ie harbor
The Prince George remained aground
for sovv three hours, and after thi
was    floated    and  subsequently  dry-
docked   at   Ksqulmalt,   It   was   found
that  she  had  sustained several  dam
aged platef forward.
The Prince George if now In the
naval dock at Esquimau, undergoing
repairs. It is expected that the ve3-
rel will be repaired and ready for
commission by the first week in February
All the rf'l'icers of tbe vessel are now
on fii-ore- leave aud will be on hand to-���-
glye testimony before the nautical in-i#
vestlgatorf. I * * '"' *
lcops, Rcvelstoke, Geld
November
THE MANAGER'S CORNER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
in an address before the
Representative club of New
Vork, Dr. .1. A. Macdonald, of
Toronto, said:
"One of the great reforms
promoted by the organized ad-
vi rtlslng clubs of the United
States and Canada .is through
InsiBti nee on truth and honesty
In publicity, The* advertisement ih* Is disproved and rejected. A business house must
make iin goods equal to its advertising claims. Trade is
shown   to  be  a  elicit   with  two
ends; it must benefit both
parties, both producer and consumer, both seller and buyer.
Whin going on a long journey If
in our railway there will be no annoyance of transfer nor delay.
Toronto Express leaves at..7:.rih a.m.
*��� St. Paul train leaves at 1:25 p. in.
imperial Limited leaves at 8:10 p.m
For rate and  reservations apply  to
.      E. GOULET.
Agent.
Or ll. \V. BRODIB, G, P. A.. Vancouver
The Bank of Vancouver
HfcAD   OFFICE:    VANCOUVER.   B.C.
Branches Throughout  the  Province of  British Columbia.
Savings Department ut all Bratiches Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards received and Interest at the highest cuirent rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A  GENERAL  BANKING   BU8INE88 TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable In all parts of the
world.
CHA8. G. PEMNOCK, General Manager.
Westminsier    tiranch: A.  VV.  BLACK.  Manager
Ne,,
TO IHE HECTORS Of
COQUITLAM MUNICI-
: PALITY :
Ladies  and  Gentlemen:
Your vote and Influence-
solicited for Reeve In the
election to be held on Saturday.
January 17, 1914.
My platform will be:
Retrenchment and economy
during tho prevalence of the
present stringency as far as
compatible with progress���
A liberal policy towards all
large enterprises such as B. C.
E. R.   extension, etc.���
Referendum to the electors
on all important questions, employment of local labor, and
square treatment all  round.
LE.
T
VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES.
MISS E. DOWNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A.       Pbone 1324.
MATERNITY. SURGICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
P.O. Box 34 Dally Ne*s Bldg.
J. T.  BURNETT'S PRINT 8MOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
"rices right.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
59  McKenzie  St.
K.   H.   HUCK1.1N,
1-rsn   IB I  OabI
M��r
N. BB1AHD8L.BB,
Vlc�� 1'rastdant.
W. r. H. BOOKL1N,
Bee. an** Trass
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Te|epM0rieB;  Office- 53.  Residence 425
JOHN RRIO. Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHING,
Agents      Palmer      nros.'    Gasoline
fflngtnes,   Marine   Engines   and   Automobile Repairs.
Office an<f Works:  Tenth   St.
P.O. Box 474.    New Westminster, B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Order   Your  Suit   at
THE AMERICAN SADIES'
TAILORS
643  Clarkson   St.
We guarantee satisfaction.
Colllster   Block.
B. C. COAST SS. SERVICE
From Vancouver for Victoria.
1��:00 a.m Daily
2:00   p.m Dailv
11:45   p.m Daily
From Vancouver for Seattle.
10:00 a.m Dally
11:00 a.m D.iily
From  Vancouver for  Nanairno.
3:00   p.m I Dally
Nanaimo, Union Day and Comox.
9:00 a.m Wednesday and Kriday
Vancouver, Union Bay, Powell  River.
H:*B a.m Kvery other Saturday
For Prince  Rupert and Alaska.
11:00 p.m Every other Saturday
Prince Rupert, Granby Bay and Skeena
River Points.
11:00 p.m Wednesday!
For Gulf Island Points.
7:00 an . Tuesdays for Victoria.   Call
In*? at points In the Gulf Islands.
RD. GOULET, A��ent, Now Westminster.
H. W. BRODim. G. p.  A.. Van��iouv��r
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT   TAILOR.
New Imported Pall SultiiiKS now on
display.    See  them.    Perfect  fit  and
workmanship guaranteed.   Prices from
118.00 up.   701 Front Street FRIDAY, JANUARY  16, 1914.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
YOUR   VOTE  AND   INFLUENCE   REQUESTED
in  cuppcrt of
D.   C.  PATTERSON
Candidate for Ward 2
BURNABY
Resident   since   1894;   school  board  1912-1H.    Search  my  record
and   if   satisfied   elect   me   and enlarge my sphere of usefulness.
Economy with Efficiency in 1914
PROMINENT CHINESE  FOUND
GUILTY UNDER MANN ACT
BURNABY VOTERS
If you believe in honest, efficient Government,
coupled with Economy
Vote for W. H. MADILL
Candidate for Council in Ward 2, Burnaby.
Seattle, Jan. 15.- Harry Toy, one of
jthe best known members of th? Chinese colony  in  Seattle, was last ni:4lit
found guilty by a jury in the federal
] court on an  indictment charging him
j with transporting, In violation of   the
' Mann  act, Ooldie Gc.odcll  from   Port-
land to Seattle during March last.
The (loodrll girl, 111 years old and
daughter of a Portland clergyman, was
:sister of Toy's wife, a former mission worker, and that following the
death of Mrs. Toy in 1911 she was Induced by her brother In-law to leave
]a convent in Portland and come tr-
Seattle) and that she was later placed
by Toy in a lit use of bad repute.
Tbe defence put on no testimony.
Judg.* W. H. Hell arguing that tie
case did not come within the provisions of the Mann act.
The jury retired at 5 o'clock, and
after being taken to dinner resumed
their deliberations at 7 o'clock, coming into court two hours later and reporting its verdict. Toy's sentence
was deferred and he was remanded to
the care of Dpputy United States Marshal George Dsvenpeck.
THIS  MUST  HAVE
BEEN A HAPPY HOME
Spokane, Jan. lf>. Sensational
(barges wpre made by Florence Carpenter, wife of Irvin A. Carpenter, a
local fireman, when she filed an ans
wer and cross complaint in the superior court yesterday asking that
She be given the divorce instead of
iier husband, who sued her for divorce.
Mrs. Carpenter says her husband
made life miserable for her, bringing
one of his sisters Into their home* and
becoming abusive when she would not
permit  her sister-in-law to abuse her.
In the complaint she declares a baby,
Margaret Dorothy, whose custody she
asks, has bee,n born since her husband asked lor a divorce. They were
married Feb. 5, 1918.
In tiie divorce complaint filed last
month Carpenter said bis wife would
not stay at home to cook his meals.
He said she had used vile language
and told him she no longer loved him.
public or private.  I'll beat your head
off.    Vou are a cur."
The ballllf and spectators prevented
'the attorney from approaching the
jurist, despite the orders of the judgo
not to hold Mr. Stephens, but let him
come on. Mr. Stephens left the court
and Judge Webster went to his chaui-
! bers.
Nickel  Applied to Aluminum.
Paris,, Jan. 15���A method of applying nickel to aluminum and  thus  Increasing   its     commercial   value   has
been discovered by the French inventor.  La  Cattellier.    The aluminum  is
! placed in a bath of acid containing a
| preparation of iron, which adheres to
the aluminum, giving It a surface to
which  nickel attaches itself.
JUDGE THREATENS TO
BEAT UP ATTORNEY
Your Vote and Influence
Earnestly Requested for
T. D. Coldicutt
for Re-election to the
Councillor ship of Ward 3,
Burnaby, 1914
Your Vote and Influence
are respectfully solicited by
D. C. McGregor
for
RE-ELECTION AS REEVE Of
BURNABY
MUNICIPALITY
Residents in Westminster and district having a
vote in Burnaby may record same for any ward at
Edmonds or at East Burnaby, 5c. fare. Automobiles
will take Kingsway.- Polling day Saturday, January 17,1914, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
For all information 'Phone Central Committee
Rooms.
Spokane, Jan. 15.��� Stanley Webster,
judge of the superior court, threatened to "kr.uck lhe head off' H. M.
Stephens, corporation conns*. 1 of Spokane. Judge Webster ruled against
the city in an important condemnation
case and had left the bench when Mr.
Stephens said:
"I have come to the conclusion that
I cannot get a square deal In your
court."
"Vou have offered that gratuitous:
insult." replied Judge Webster. "If
you repeat it. I  promise you this,    in
NOTICE
WARD I RATEPAYERS
A meeting is called for Thursday
night, Jan. 15, at 8 p.m. in Johnston's
hall, Highland Park. William Bevan,
candidate for Councillor Ward 1. will
address the ratepayers. A special invitation is extended to Councillor
Stride and .Mr. Deckert, also other candidates.
Electors of Burnaby, Vote for
W.   S. R O S E
For Councillor
Ward 2, Burnaby.
P. W. Fau Vel
Candidate for Councillor Ward 4, Burnaby.
YOUR VOTE AND INfLUtNCt SOUOIED
VOTE FOR
HOUSE <eld���
NISH1NG SALE
Candidate for Councillor in Ward 1. Burnaby.
The greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of this city to buy furniture at a
lower price than it has ever been offered at before. We positively guarantee that our
reductions are genuine, and many articles are marked at actual cost.
GO-CART SPECIALS FOR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Regular $7.00 Collapsible
Cart for -   -   -   -   $4.95
Regular $9.50 Collapsible
Cart for -   -   -   -   $6.75
Regular $15.00 Collapsible
Cart -   -   -   -   -   $11.75
YOU CANNOT  EQUAL
THESE PRICES
$40.00 Solid Quarter Cut Oak Dresser $23.50
$32.00 Solid Quarter Cut Oak Dresser  17.50
$28.00 Solid Fumed Oak Dresser  16.50
All are fitted with best British Bevel Plate Mirrors.
$18.00 White Enamel Chiffonier $11.50
$32.50 Mahogany Chiffonier   19.50
$42.50 Solid Quarter Cut Oak Chiffonier  25.75
$14.00 Solid Oak Hall Racks  10.50
$14.00 Solid Oak Library Tables  10.75
You Can't Afford to Overlook these Bargains
9x9 Tapestry Square, $18:50, sale $12.50
9x12 Tapestry Square, $21.00, sale  15.00
9x9 Brussels Square, $21.00, sale  15.00
9x12 Brussels Square, $22.50, sale  15.75
9x12 Velvet Square, $26.00, sale  19.50
9x12 Wilton Square, $45.00, sale  34.50
7.6x10.6 Axmihster Square, $22.50, sale  15.00
I'A  Square Deal for North
!    Burnaby is my Platform.
VI. I. HoWom
Candidate for Councillor in
Ward 5, Burnaby.
I stand for Economical Administration, Good Government, Encouragement of Industries for Benefit of
Settlers.
William Karrmann
Candidate for Councillor in
Ward 3, Burnaby.
Your Vote and Influence are Solicited
Councillor
E. Stride
Candidate  for  re-election, Ward 1, Burnaby.
DENNY AND ROSS
SIXTH   AND   CARNARVON   STREETS
Your Vote and Influence respectfully Solicited.
James C. Allen
For Councillor
FOR WARD 3. BURNABY.
Good pay, henest work fur it,
and no favoriUs.
Read The News
;
u
s r     >AQ5 FOUR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914.
B. C. PRODUCTS
Give your support to B. C. Products in preference to imported
Roods. Quality is as good, prices
no higher,  often  less.
The    following    arc    quality
poods:
B. C. Mill;, per tin  10c.
Kooienay Brand Strawberry
Jam.     Repeat orders   are
ocming  in   on    this    jam
which   speaks  well  for  it.
2   lb.   tin    35c.
B. & K, Rolled Oats, Extra
Cream, 7 lb sack  *Wc.
Kruse: River Soclieyo Salmon
Canadian Wheat Flakes, pkg 35c.
2  Ub,  tins   35c.
Fresh  Eggs, dozen    45c.
New Westminster Creamery
Butter,  lb 40c.
Knotenay  Piarhi'S, - tins...25c.
Model Grocery
MATHESON * JACOBSON.
SOS Sixth St. Phone 1001-2,
East Burnaby Branch, Second
St. and Fifteenth Ave. Ed-
Monds Branch, Gray Block.
Phone 1111L.
BONDS and
MORTGAGES
Taxes are a superior lien upon all mortgaged property. Heal
estate nay be sold for taxes,
leaving the careless holder of a
bond and mortgage with no security. Insurance may be allowed to lapse; then, should a
fire occur the mortgage holder
has only tbe bare ground security. Methodical attention
absolutely averts these dangers.
The maker of the mortgage
may default In his interest payments, liftr^, aja.ij^.experience,
and skill are needed to properly
conduct a foreclosure. Much
money has. been-lost and many
titles havo been impaired
through lack of skill and ev-
perience in such matters.
Yon cannot afford to be without our services, an Interview
will coEt you nothing.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
Olflutja ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, Nanaimo,
Calgary, llegiua, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottelown, London. Kng.;  Antwerp, Belgium.
New Westminster
Branch.
HOfl   Columbia   Street.
C.  S.  KEITH, Manager.
Local News
Sent  up for Trial.
After hearing the evidence against
Jack Ross of West Burnaby In police
court yesterday Magistrate Beatty of
Burnaby committed  the accused for
trial on three charges.    Ross was ar-
I rested by Chief I'arkinson in Vancouver hist Saturday on a charge of entering two houses in West   Burnaby
and taking valuables including walches
and Jewelry,   it is believed that other
'evidence     will     be   unearthed   before
| Ross' trial which will clear up several
j mysterious    burglaries    which    have
taken place in the western portion of
the, municipality during the past few
, months.
I3uy your wines and liquors trom
the old reliable Freeman's liquor
store..    Family  trade  a  specialty.
(2774)
Money to loan on first mortgages,
.improved city and farm property. H
I per cent.   Alfred W. McLeod.    (2705)
For plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work consult Meirithew tit Ram
say, Eighth and Carnarvon streets
Phone 5SG. (270K)
Insure with Alfred W. Mcl.eod, the
Insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds oi  millions lo pay  losses.
(2705)
To   Induct  Minister.
A; the regular meeting of the Westminster   Presbytery   held   in   Vaneou-
Iver on Wednesday, arrangements were
| made to induct  Rev.  F.   YV.   Kerr of
; Prince  Rupert,  who has accepted  the
* call    to    St.    Andrew's   Presbyterian
'church of this city.    Rev. A. C. Cameron  of  Henderson   church.   Burnaby,
will preach the    sermon,    Rev. -M. (1.
.Melvin  of St.  Stephen's  church,  this
city   will  address  the  minister,   while
Rev.   .1.   R,   Wilson   of   St.   Andrew's
LCburch,   Vancouver,   will  address  the
congregation,    Rev.  M. G. Melvin and
Mr.     Kerr    are   old   friends,   having
, known  each other  for  many  years.
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the B. C. Transport Co.,
Ltd., 50,i Westminster Trust building.
Ollice phone 826, wharf phone HH0.
(2707)
Oollchans 10c per lb. al the B. & M.
Fish Market, 10 Begble street,  (2800)
Special for Saturday: Rabbits 25c
each.   B. & M. Fish Market, 10 Begble
street. (2800)
f!et your skates sharpened at Geo.
Speck's, 626 Columbia street.    (2706)
Sale of Poultry.
A successful concert under the auspices of the Central Park Poultry and
Co-operative association was held In
the Agricultural hall, Central Park
last evening. A sale of poultry was
held during the intermission.
I See the first game of the Pacific
Coast Basketball league at the Y. M.
C.  A. Friday  night,    Vancouver    vs.
Westminster. (2785)
t A matter of taste, Hill's "Saturday
Special" chocolates 35c Friday and
Saturday. (2773) j
Those wishing to vote in Surrey on
Saturday, January 17, for Reeve T. J. j
Sullivan will find automobiles in
front of Westminster Trust and F. J.
Hart H Co's office, Columbia street,
to convey them to South Westminster
and return. (2798)
j
Bhee
��� and
tands
; - and  pillows, drnsn r<
'i-.i! able    range    and
K Few Lines Worth
Your While to  Buy
Oan   Ju.in   Cleanser   -Regular     3     for
15;'    Special a tor ...' 2SC
Swift's   Wool   8sap -Regular    8   for
���*-'���>���    ���'���,<��� cli ,.  12  lor 25C
Clear Glycerine Sofp-^Regulai' 10c per
cake.   Special', ���! lor  2Sc
'i :>��������� e an   rirsl c aa- lines, but not
advertised eni ugh to make them go ���
but at  thene  pi-iSps    they    will    g,*
go quick *
Pork and r.'..*s*:E   Ulb cans, 4 lov.dVit
size tor    25e
Chipped   Bce.1    In   glass   Jnrs:   large
Rhubarb���In 2*;b. tins! Just right  fcr
pi< s;   per tin    15C
Tr'.sfi Head Lettuce���3 for    3!Hc
Jap   Oranges*   Box    4(Jc   and   SQc
Navel Oranges���25 for 2Sc
1.    -   sizes,,*   per     iin/.   2-jc,     3*>c.
and      50c
SATISFACTION    (6    OUR   AIM.
Dean's Grocery
Phone 886.
���urr Block "ilumbli  Street.
healers, garden  tools, etc, etc.  (27:)2l
Annual Meeting,
The annual meeting of the Central
Par',' Agricultural association nnd
Farmers' Institute wlll be held in the
Agricultural hail. Central Park, on
Thuri day, Jan. '-2, at 7:20 p.m.
Wants Militia More Efficient.
Washington, Jan. ir,. "Without
< ITic'i ncy the national guard '..< a
men* ini.iii v ci nsnmlng organization
wiih no ualue whatever," Secretary
Garrison today told the adjutant g n-
erals of the organized militia, who
are having a meeting In Waihlnston,
"I wouldn't gl re a dollar for *-���! *it'-
ment, but I would give every d >1!***'
pi s -'-.i*! to make tin national guard
more efficient." The secretary asked
ih** officers ror their opinions of a
militia pay bill to give the war de-
partment greater jurisdiction over the
guard ami mak * it the seat of authority ii mllitln affairs. Be said h<* was
in iv n or paving militiamen only for
What they sacrilled In their civilian
Ballings when on military work,
P'*<*-k.t.:sin should be their motive, lie
said.
Clcte Eurnaby Campaign.
The Burnaby election campaign will
close in Pender hall. Vancouver this
evening, when Reeve, McGregor will
address the ratepayers cf Burnaby
resident in Vancouver, it is expected
that, the invitation extended to the
othe; candidate.; running for office
will be accepted.
Be sure and see the  two games of
basketball  Kriday  night  at  tin*  Y.   M.
C.  A., Adanacs vs.  Hustlers and Vancouver    vs.    Westminster,    Reserved |1
seats  35c. (2785)
Thistle Social Club.
!)��� n'l f. !���;��� t " \ Nlcht wi' Burns" i:i
SI.  George's  hall  on   Friday.  January
2i',, at * p.m.    A dance will follow.
t2802)
Fred Davis will si n by public
auction (absolutely without reserve)
t'.ie household furniture and effects of
Mr. \v. r,. Couglar on the premises at
621 Carnarvon street, on Friday.
January 16, at 1:30 pin. Bharp, Si!"
will Include some very handsome Wilton and Axmlnster carpets and
rugs, curtain**),   b d-Uoads, mat'rrsscfl
A WHALE OF A SALE
Come to this WHALE OF A SALE.  The Biggest Sale in the History of New Westminster. Gigantic
Reductions in Men's and Boy's Overcoats, Raincoats, Suits, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc.
This  Whale of a Sale Will Last Fifteen Days  Only
January 16th to January 31st, inclusive
Here you have choice of the Largest High-Grade Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing in the City. Surely
you wil! take advantage of this opportunity. Prices reduced one-quarter to one-third, and in many cases
articles arc going for Half Price.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND SOLD FOR CASH ONLY
Our Automobile Drawing closes on the last day of this
WHALE OF A SALE. Each $2.00 you spend during
the Sale will be good for One Coupon on this Five-
Passenger Car.   Drawing January 31 at 9 p.m.
READ   CAREFULLY
The Prices Quoted in these Columns.   Hop into your Trading Clothes, Come Down and Be Convinced.
WE ADVERTISE WHAT WE DO���WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE.
If you have ever attended one of our sales you will know this to be a fact.  If you have never attended one
of our sales GET WISE AND COME TO THIS WHALE OF A SALE.
ESPECIALLY
Do we draw your attention to the remarkable prices we are oCfw-
ing In MEN'S SUITS during this "Whale of a Sale."
 $26.25
$22.50
 $18.75
$15.00
  $11.25
 $9.00
Fine  Tailored   Suits  for.
Fine Tailored Suits for.
Tailored Suits  for.
Fine Tailored Suits for.
$15.00 Fine Tailored Suits for.
$12.00 Fine Tweed Suits for	
$35.00
$30.00
$25.00  Fine
$20.00
BOYS' SUITS
Mothers kindly take notice   of the  following
SUITS.   It will pay you to buy your boy's suit now:
$15.00 Suits; sizes 29 to 35, for	
$12.00 Suits; Blzes 29 to 35, for	
$10.50 Suits;  sizes 29 to 33 for	
$8.50 Suits;  sizes 29 to 33, for	
$5.00 Suits; sizes 24 to 28, for	
$4.00 Suits;  sizes 24 to 28, for	
Willi.K THKY LAST.
prices    on  BUYS'
$11.00
(9.00
7.90
6.00
3.75
3.00
SWEATER COATS REDUCED TO A WHISPER.
$8.00 Jumbo Knit Ruff Neck for  	
$G.Q0 Shaker Coat, Ruff Neck for  	
f5.00 Regular Sweater Coat for	
$4.00 Sweater Coats for	
$3.50 Sweater Coats for	
$2.25 Sweater Coats for | h	
Al.l. JAEGER'S GOODS  REDV 'ED 20  PER CENT.
SHIRTS
ALL REGULAR  LINES CUT ONE-FOURTH.
$2.50  Shirts  to clear	
$2.00  Shirts to clear $1.50
$1.75  Shirts  to clear $1.35
$1.50 Shirts to clear   $1.15
Oue lot  Pure Wool  Taffeta  Shirts;   regular  $4.00  sellers;   going
for    $2.75
tl.85
l.f
HATS
Come in and get fitted to cut* of our high-grade Hats aud save
money.
$5.00 Stetson  Mats for  $3.75
$4.00 Stetson and Mallory Hats for  $3.00
I$3.00  Moore  Hats  for    9*9.9**
$2.60 Soft and Stiff Felts for  .$1.85
One lot of Two Hundred Hats; values from $2.50, $3.00 to $4.00." to
clear at, the hat    $1,0��
200 SHIRTS
That sold regularly at $1.25, $1.50 to $2.00, to clear during this
Whale of a Sale at, each   854-
Men's  Working Shirts to be sold at the following prices:
$2.75 Gray  and  Blue  Flannel  for $2.00
$2.00 Shirts for   $1.50
$1.75 Shirts for  $1.35
$1.50 Shirts for  $1-15
$1.00 Shirts for   JSt
ONE LOT OF MEN'S WORKING PANTS
Regular *l-50, $1.75 and $2.00 values to be cleared out at, the
pair  $1.00
WHILE THEY LAST.
ONE LOT OF ODD SUITS
Values up to $25.00.   These go at the
suit   	
$12.00
HOSIERY   SPECIALS
All lines of 50c Half Hose; two pairs for 75c
All lines of 35c Half Hose; four pairs for $1-00
All lines of 25c. Half Hose; five pairs for $1.00
CHILDREN'S HOSE REDUCED 25 PER CENT.
GLOVES
KID GLOVES AND WORKING GLOVES ALL THE WAY DOWN.
$1.50 Men's (luantlet Cloves;  union made
$1.60 Men's Short Wrist Oloves for	
$1.25 Men's Short Wrist Oloves  for	
$1.00  Men's Short Wrist  Oloves  lor	
.Men's $2.25 Silk Lined  Moeha Cloves....
Men's $2.l)U Silk Lined  Mocha Cloves....
for.
1.15
f
95c
Vac
$1.65
$1.50
GLOVES
Men's $1.75 Silk  Lined  Kid  Cloves $1.35
ONE SPECIAL   Unllned Kl.l Gloves   95c
One lot  of Hoy's Shirt  Waists, with collars attached;  75c  values.
This entire lot to clear at  55c
One loi of Om* Hundred Children's Sailor rami;; regular 50c, 75c
and $1.00.    Our Whale Ol B Sale Price i*}c
$3.60 Sweater Coats for     $2.65
Ll NDERWEAR
All lines of Winter Underwear must be cleared out during this sale, JAEGER'S included���
$3.00 Stan field's Red Label Underwear for, ttie suit $2.25
$5.00 Watson's Fine All Wool Underwear for, the suit $3.75
$4.00 Watson's and Stanfield's Underwear for, the suit $3.00
��2.50 Tiger Brand and Watson's Underwear for, the suit $1.85
BIG SPECIAL IN HEAVY TIGER BRAND WOOL.
$2.00 regular, to clear at, the suit $1.25
cDONALD
THE STORE CF SATISFACTION
707 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY  16, 1914.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
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JFoTjSpoi^
LOCAL AMATEURS MAKE
GOOD IN INTERCITY GAMES
Beavers    Defeat    Rowing   Club
Circle  F Tie  With  Black  Bros
Four  All.
Burnett (It.c.i 2:05;
6-1���| Lake  (R.)  4:55
Lake  (B.)  1:50.
Penalties First period, llurnett
(H.C.J; second period. Williamson
(li.), Hruadfoot (K.C.); third period,
none.
Displaying a brand Of speed which
dazed their opponents New Westminster amateur hockey players covered
themselves with honor at the rink
last evening when the champion Hewing club septette of Vancouver went
down to defeat before the Beavers,
while Eraser Mills more than held
their own with Black Bros., also of
Vancouver and would undoubtedly
have won the contest If there had been
further time. As It was the first encounter between the lumberjacks and
the B, &   B.'s went to a tie, four all.
Although the crowd was not what
it should have been they were treated
to the best In the ainatit name and
became firmly embedd, . with the
fact that the Savage trophy emblematic of the championship of the province stands a nood chance of being
headed Fraserwards before the season
closes.
Six to one was the score in the
Beaver-Bowing club game and this
just about represents the play, last
year's champions showing eombina- i
tlon and speed which was bewildering
to the opposition. For the victors
Lake, Kinnie and Spence were a
tower of strength In the attack and
Swanson pulled oil' some beautiful
saves between tin* flags.
The  first  encounter   was   between
Black Bros, of Vancouver and Fraser
Mills,   the   third   period   ending   with :
the   two   teams   tied   wit'.:   four   goals
each.   While not so much combination
was displayed in this r*a;:ie. the Circle
F. contingent was ever on  the alert'
and  more than got the better of the
play.    .Sanderson was the star man for1
the timber cats getting repeated hand-
outs from the crowd.
Uoorge  Rochon   and    E     Dongley!
handled  the first Kami*, while Uochon
and  Sanderson  officiated   in  the  sec-;
ond.     Tommy   Qlfford   switched   over'
BASKETBALL TONIGHT
unless   the   bitterness,   which   is     alleged to exist. Is forgotten.
A victory for Vancouver will give a
two game lead over New Westminster
and one. game over Victoria, while the
Senators will jump In the lead should defence
Ntw Westminster turn the tables.
Skinner Poulin and Waiter Smaill
have been selected as the officials
with dim prospects for New Westminster unless this duo make a change
from their actions at Queens park a
week ago.
Con Jones and  Harry    Cowan,    of
Vancouver lacrosse circles, interview-1
led  Premier  Borden  at    Ottawa    last
jwetk, arming themselves with creden-l
tials to present to English sportsmen.1
If the Hon. R. L. ever witnessed the*
coast   lacrosse   fights   either   at.   Vancouver or in this city It Is dollars to]
answer for what they thought   it  was
worth in weighing IiIb evidence.
Only Two Left.
A feature of the evidence of David
Gllmour, one of the witnesses for the
was that on August 14 last
there were only two non-union men
left in Extension, so successful bad
the strikebreakers been in making
their getaway before the advancing
crowds of strikers. The two men left
were White and Passerinl, both ol
whom had been detained in custody
by the union men till the arrival of
lhe militia, when they were releas:d.
The prisoner's mother was one of
the witnesses In the morning and told
In a low voice the movement of her
boy of which she was aware on the
day when he was Bald to have been
riotously engaged.
lu rebuttal, the crown called James
Vancouver Y'e Visit Westminster Tonight in Opening League Game���
Curtain Raiser.
Basketball fans of the city should
have their fill al the V. M. C. A. this
evening when New Westminster opens
Its season in the International Basketball league against Vancouver Teams
from Seattle, Victoria and Belllngbam
are also entered in the organization
bo that there will be plenty of the
winter indoor sport on tup for the
next two months. During the past
two years th* Vancouver Y's have
cleaned up every team on the North
Pacific coast and unleBs they thow
signs of going back they should make
the locals hustle all the way when
the ball is thrown up at 9 o'clock this
evening. As a preliminary, the
Adanacs and the Hustlers of Ibe city
league  will  clash  In  a friendly.
doughnuts  that  he  would   send  along,,,..   ,     , .,.,.,,.
Ian  attache  wilh   Messrs.  Jon s    anu ; White to prove that  Morris had not,
1.,,,....,., as be had sworn, taken any hand In
j   helping to put out the fire at the pit
head,   but   that  this   work   had   been
I Allen Cuppers Lose. iimg bv th(J nm*tia who wouid uccept
Winnipeg, Jan. 15. -Lining up wl h  no ^l^r-,, not t,V(,n from thf, non.
I live men  from   last  years  Alien  cup1
winners, the Wlnnlpegs gave the Victorias  the  game  of their  life  iu    a
senior   hockey   fixture  here  tonight, i 'K' testimony or
Mvered the day before, to the effect
|that the nonunion men entrenched In
I the pithead had fired hundreds of
j shots at the union men, who were un-
I armed and who had advanced on the
'mine. Johns stated that In all five
;Bhots had been fired at that time, tel-
Ing how many of them had come from
rifles and how many from shot guns.
I union men.
Perclval Johns was called to refuse
i the testimony of Mrs. Matthews,    de-
the
out
Victorias
a  victory
managing   to   squeeze |
by the score of 5 to
HOUSE SITS TOR
TWENTY MINUTES
PLAY IN VANCOUVER
Short Session    at Ottawa���New Members Introduced���Society Crowds
Galleries.
Cripples Royals Likely to Drop Game
to Terminals Tonight���Tobin a
Doubtful Starter.
With two of the team cripples, the
Royals are net too jubilant of winning
Ottawa, Jan. 15.���The actual sitting
of the house of commons this afternoon did not consume 20 minutes.
Before going over to the senate chamber lo hear the speech from the*
throne. Speaker Sproule reported the
changes in the house during the year
consequent on the death of members
and the election of their successors.
After returning from the senate chamber the commoners were given the
opportunity of meeting their new col-
i leagues whose formal Introduction
I was practically the only feature of the
j afternoon.
On  motion  of  Hon.  Robert  Rogers
from   lacrosse   to  the   Ice   game,  act-,	
ing   as   goal   umpire   along   with   Tip against  Vancouver    on    the    Oeorglajthe debate on Ihe address in reply to
Sinclair.
Goal Summary���First Game.
First period���Thompson (Bit). :06;
Sanderson (F.M.) 5:50; Black (B.B.)
;16;   Jefford   (F.M.)   2:30.
Second Period- -Sanderson (F.M.)
5 10;   Box  (F.M.)  6:30;   David  (B.B.)
Third period    ft. Black  (B.B.)  1:10.
Penalties -First      period.      Knight
(I'M);   second   period,  Cully   (B.B.);
third  period, Jefford   (F.M.)
Goal   Summary���Second  Game.
First  period -Kinnie  (II.)   11:00.
Second    period ���Spence  (B.)   6:15;
Kuinle (B.)  3:30;.
:-d    period���KTnnle    (B.)    :55;
street rink this i veiling in the closing
game of the first half of the season.
Kddie Oatman, the star rover, will
be out of the game owing to one of
his toes being broken in the last game
against Vancouver, while Charlie
Tobin does not feel any too strong to
continue throughout the sixty minutes with his damaged ankle. In event
of Tobin not being able to continue
the abbreviated N. H. A. brand of
hockey will be dished out to the fans,
eliminating the rover position.
I While the Royals should particular-
! ly take the six-man game owing tc
I their speed, the lack or co-operation
I among the forwards was glaringly
i displayed at Victoria on Tuesday
��� night and may be repeated this p.m.,
EDISON
THEATRE
PROGRAM   TODAY
Selig
WHEN
YOU
701 Columbia Street
USE OLIVE OIL
Kither for the Table, Salads or Medicinal purposes, use It PURE!���buy it
h*ere and there's no doubt as to its
purity. , .  ,
Every drop of Olive Oil sold here
is pressed from SELECTED OLIVKS
by  the best  producers In  Italy.
AT RYALL'S.
(Druggist and Optician) Phone 57
the speech from the throne was postponed until Monday and the house
adjourned until that day.
The address will be moved by Hon.
Hi F. McLeod, the new member for
Vork, N.B. and seconded by Mr. La-
valee, of Belle Chasse.
The attendance of members on both
sides of th house was fair for an opening day.
Owing to the inclement weather the
crowd  which   watched  the arrival of
his royal highness and his escort at
3 o'clock was not as large as usual.
It dispersed soon after his royal high-
[ness   entered   the     senate    chamber.
There the scene was quite as brilliant
I as  usual.    The attendance of society
, people on the floor of the house was
1 limited  only   by   the  accommodation.
I The   galleries   were  crowded.    There
i was the usual array of  brilliant uniforms   to   the   right   and   left   of   the
throne,   the   premier   In   his   brilliant
Windsor  uniform  occupying  the  posi-
i tlon of honor.
After the  house adjourned  Speaker
Sproule and   Mrs.  Sproule  held  a  reception   In  the  speaker's  apartments.
which   was  attended     by     practically
The Escape of
Jim Dolan
Bicgraph
FOR  HER  GOVERNMENT.
"SONG BY PETE MURPHY
Kalem
THE   TROUBLESOME
TELEPHONE.
A Roaring Comedy.
Lubin.
GIVEN  BILLA REST
Comedy Drama.
I everybody  who  participated
I opening  ceremonies.
in    the i
$4,000  TO   LOAN  ON
INSIDE SECURITIES
WHITE, SH1LES & CO.
746 Columbia St.     312-315 Westminster Trttst Bid*.
Phone 85R. phone 8oL*
STRIKERS GUILTY
ON ONE COUNT!
(Continued from page onei
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St
Westminster TniRt lildit
pesition in which you place yourself
by this refusal to give the names of
these men." said the court. "Are you
doing it on the advice of your counsel ?"
"No sir, I wiil not tell. 1 would
rather b? punished for It than tell
their names."
"Then 1 am to understand that you
decline to give their names,'" persisted his lordship.
"Yes sir."
tn spite of the prisoner's refusal to
tell    the    names    and    his    repeated
declaration that he fully realized the
consequei ces entailed  by  his refusal
his lordship dealt  leniently  with him
I on    this    score    while    making    his
| charge to the jury, pointing out that
lhe  would  withdraw  his  question, but
that the jury might take the prisoner's
Children Free
at Nights when
with Parents
ROYAL
THEATRE
DECLARATION OE DIVIDEND No. 14
The Elk Creek Waterworks Co.Ltd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the usual half yearly Dividend for
the six months ending 31st December, 1913, has be?n declared a\ad
that the same will be payable at the Office of the Westminster Trust.
Limited on Columbia Street, on and after the 15th day of January.
11114 to shareholders of record at the close of business on bhe 31st
December, 1913.    By Order of the Board,
.1. A.  RENNIE, Secretary-Treasurer.
DECLARATION OE DIVIDEND No. 6
Okanagan Telephone Company
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that the usual half yearly Dividend Tor
the six months ending 31st December. 1913, has be:n declared aod
t'.iat the same will be payable at the Office of the Westminster Trust.
Limited on Columbia Street, on and after the 15th day of January.
1914 to Bhareholdl rs of record at the close of business on tho 3Iat
December, 1913.   By Order of the Board,
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary-Treasurer.
Special Values
Offered in Cocoa Door Mats
Till Saturday, Jan. 24 we will give 20 per cent
discount on our complete new stock of high grade
Cocoa Mats.
This is the best value ever offered in New Westminster on this line of goods.
DON'T WAIT. DO IT NOW.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
New Westminster.
Phone 59.
New Retail Liquor Store
Now Open at 37 Eighth Street
CHOICEST WINES, dEERS  AND  LIQUORS   IN   STOCK.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Phone 395
E. G.McBrlde
Port  Coquitlam
Voters=
A. S. MILLS & CO. have an announcement of special interest to you
on Page 7
I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks for the
splendid support accorded me in yesterday's election.
The result is most gratifying, and I will do my utmost
to merit the trust vou have reposed in me.
I bespeak for the council of 1914 the united support of the voters and ratepayers of Port Coquitlam,
and can assure you that at all times the mayor and
aldermen will deem it their duty to extend you the
fullest courtesy and serve you to the very best of
their ability.
To my opponent, Mr. Mars, I extend my thanks
for the clean and gentlemanly manner in which he
conducted his campaign. Though opponents we have
been and remain firm friends.
J. R. MacKenzie,
Mayor-Elect
J
GOOD   EATS   AT   THE
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
! paoi ���(���
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914.
Classified Advertising
AC! TO ESTABLISH
PUBLIC IRRIGATION
AGENCIES.
CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BE KES-
aeUed tor The News al the follow-
lot places: K. T. Hill'B drug store.
ASH Columbia Btreet; A. Sprice.
���Qu��e*nsboroiu'.h, l.ulu Island; Mrs
X. Lardeti, Highland Park; Mrs. V.
l��wls,  Alta Vista.
������������������O�����������������������������
�� RATES. ���
!���������������������������>�����.��������)
Ctaeeifled���One cent   per word   pe* |
���***;  <c per word per week;  15c pp'
���month; 6,t)00 words, to be usfd us re
��nired within one year from   date oi
���ontract, $26.00.
FOR  SALE
FOR     SALE   GRAND    OPPORTUN-I
ity, rooming house   containing   15
fully   furnished   rooms  in    splendid I
location.    Good reason  for  wanting j
to dispoBa or same.   Will bear Investigation.     Enquire   of   C.   Con-
standlneau, 626 Westminster Trust]
building.   Phone 713. (2801) '
SWITCHES FOB SALE���HAVE FEWJthroughout the province will be in-
left in all shades which we are Bell-fltroduced by the Hon. William It. lies?,
ing cheap the next two weeks, minister of lands, at the present ses-
Credil if desired Combings made I, f hfl ,.. lalatllr,.. ��� wlU make
up.    The Wig Makers   apartment 10 ��� ,    thp j()illt ownership and cor-
K. of P. block, Eighth and Agnes      ^ of *���,   U(Jn   ,.���,���.
vilives the construction of storage
works ni tbe head waters Of streams
and the building of canals with head
gates tar up In the rocky canyons.
Such works generally cost anywhere
from live to fifteen times as much as
the primitive   ditches   of the   early
 , (settlers,  and  involv.   an outlay  that
is beyond the financial ability of   in-
Robs to Introduce Import-]dividual  land owner*::.
"This is a serious  problem, and  In
reaching  Its    solution    one    of    two
ct urses must be pursued. The government   niiisi either    permit    privately
owned companies to become   organ-
... Lzed for the purpose of building and
Victoria. Jan. 15.   An act that w��> operating the water supply systems,
stablish public irrigation corporation |or SOme  form  Of co-operative  owner-
Ship and control must  be devised  tn
enable  landowners   themselves   to   do
this."
Hon. W. R
ant Measure to Cope with the
Problem.
15.���An act that will
We would sell every
Pound of Tea consumed
in Canada
If only  we could persuade everyone to taste
FOB    SALE -SELL     YOlMl     PROP-
erty through an ad. in this column.
prises by tin
cality  where
landowners of any lo-
the   lands   ran   be   Irrl-
LUNGMOTOR   SAVES
VICTIM   OF  GAS
II
FOR BALE���11.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Market square. i27lii)
WANTED���FOUR OR    FIVE   ROOM
room modern house, close in.   Box |
_'720 The News office. (2790)
MISCELLANEOUS.
,    ,. Spokane, Jan. 15.���Overcomi  uv ihei
gate,) advantageously f.om a common   f    *    Q{ ���ne Ned v aged e,
source of supply or through a common laa u.iV(1(1 ,.,.oin u I)0,sibl��� (lt*ath by |
system of works. ] Uu, promptness of a patron at the auto-
-This organization oi theae corpora- mobiie plant of the Studebaker com-
I tions  resembles   very   closely   that  of N908   Howard  Btreot,  |n   giving
;city and district  municipalities,'   said  ,m alan��� yesterday   and was restored
the minister.   "They are   n.   reality t0 consciousness by
municipalities dealing only with ma'
WANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture In large or small quantities;
highest prices paid. Austion sales
conducted. 11. J. Russell, King's
hotel block, Columbia street.  1:177s
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND
cash register. H. KITH. P. Cr. Box
4-14 (2766) I
DOW   ERASER   &    CO.,   LTD.,   321
Camble street, Vancouver, have
funds to purchase vendors' Interests
lu  agreements  for  sale.    Send  full  r" "���	
particulars of agreements and offer
Will be submitted. We pay 4 per
cent, interest on deposits, credited
monthly, subject to cheque. Deposits received by mail. (2729)
ters relatlhg to water, including Its
supply, carriage, distribution and conservation,
"Through   the   Instrumentality   ot
these districts money may be borrow
111 alarm yesterday
the lungmotor at
'the emergency hospital,
Colby, an employee, entered a room
in which an automobile engine had
been In use, He became dizzy In the
gasoline atmosphere and dropped to
the  floor.    A  patron  of the  shop oh-
SALADA
II
WANTED���MODERN ti OR 8 ROOM
house, with furnace and conveniences;   April  1st.  Apply     Box  2700,
GOAT SOLVES  PROBLEM
THAT PUZZLED POLICE
News Office.
127DO1
WANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD    FURNI-
furo, or stocks ,in trade, in large or
small quantities, highest price paid. andGeorge Moore.   a_patrolman
Or Fred Davis will sell your goods
by   public  auction  with  guaranteed
results, or no commission  charged.
Sec  the expert on  furniture  before
Address   ^oilt down a  street
vou give your goods away.
Wed   Davis,   548 Columbia street
New   Westminster. (2(167;
Kansas City, Jan. 16.���Th(
of law enforcement were clogged for:
a few  minutes at police headquarters
today when a patrol wagon drew up
un-
loaded Mrs. Lena Arnone, Vlncenzo
Strazzo and  a goat.
"This   is   too   much   for   me,"   said
Moore. "I found the man   leading the ,
The woman was
bentures or otherwise, and served Colby weaken and called an
taxes may be imposed  which become  other   employee.     The   men   removed !
a first lien upon the lands within the Colby   from  ilo*  room  booh  after  be
corporate limits,    it is contemplated was overcome. I
by the act that water users will be     it was the first performance of the j
enabled  to co-operate effectively and I lungmotor,   bought   two   months  ago.
on a large scale In   the   solution   of chiefly for restoring the near-drowned,
their water problem. Under     the     operation   of   Dr.   (1.   A.
"The day of cheap water for Irriga-   Downs and  Steward   I'. ('.  Mllburn  it
tion is a thing of the past.   The bring-. revived Colby iu ten minutes,    lie was
ling  of  water  supplies   to  the   higher  taken   to  his  home,   weak  and  dizzy,
wheels  barren   land   now   being  occupied   in- i but  otherwise   normal.
U:
We will gladly send you through the mail,
a free lead-packet weighing 2 ozs. so that you
may try it at home.
Send us your address on a postal card. Say
whether you drink Black, Mixed or Green Tea
and state the price you now pay���30, 40, 50
or 60 cents oer lb. Address your card to
SALADA, TORONTO
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
       BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.   O    BOX   4*4;*
TELEPHONE   S2��
running   behind    flourishing  a  knife.
TO     KE.VI
isbexl  ft vi
car and clos
Apply Tlnx 2
; BajS   it'::   his "
Thomas Flahlve, chief of police resorted   to   an   ancient   strategy.     He
grasped  the end of ��. chain  fixed to
the goats collar and led the animal In-
COMPLETELY     I'l'ttX-   to the middle of the street.    The wo-
room  house,    handy    to man   was  placed  on  one  side  of  the
TO   RENT
��� in, at $25 per montt
99 The News.      (2799
FOR KENT- FIVE ROOM HOUSE,
fine vli w, handy to car and stores;
every   modern   convenience;    1213
Nanaimo street. Apply Owner working hours, or 54 Ti nth street. (2789)
*��� l R N I rt II E D HOUSEKEEPING
Hui-a. under new management, K. of
P. block, Eighth street and Agnes.
Steam heal all lhe time; hot and
cold watt i'; gas. 12784)
���JOB  nENT���IF YOU  HAVE ROOMS
to rent try an ad. in this column.
rOaNlSHBD   COMPLETE,    HOUSE
keeping rooms. $1(1    and    $15    per
month at 221 Seventh Btreet. (2711)
COLLECTIONS.
���MVO DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY*
where. No collectlou, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag-
��j��y. 336 Hastings street west, Van-
c.'um.r. (2712)
street and the man on the other. Capt.
Flahive  dropped   the  chain  and  fled.
"Conn here, yon Tony," commanded
Mrs. Arnone, while lVhcenZO stood
dazed.   Tony came joyfully.
"The chain is yours. Vlncenzo,"
said the captain,
Bank Panic in Switzerland^
Heine, Switzerland,   Jan.    16.   Th i
failure of thi  Credlto Ticincse has re-
Milii 'I in a formidable financial panic j
hen*.   There was a heavy run on the
Catsse  d'Epargne  et   de   Brets,  men
than 2,000,000 francs being withdrawn.
The Swiss National and othei   banks
are placing funds at  the  disposal of
this hank to enable it to weather the
storm. I
In Wages or Profit
health, sooner or later, shows its value. No man can expect to go
very far or very fast toward success���no woman either���who
suffers from the headaches, the sour stomach and poor digestion,
the unpleasant breath and the {rood-for-nothing feelings which
result from constipation and biliousness. But just learn for
yourself what   a   difference   will   be   made   by   a  few doses of
BEECHAM'S PILLS
Tested through three generations���favorably known the world over
this perfect vegetable and always efficient family remedy is universally accepted as the best preventive or corrective of disorders of the
organsof digestion. Beecham's Pills regulate thebowels, stir the liver
to natural activity���enable you to get all the nourishment and blood-
makingquali tics from y our food, As sure as you try them you will know
that���iu your looks and in your increased vigoi���Beecham's Pills
Pay Big Dividends
The direction* with every box are very valuable���especially to women.
Sold everywhere.   In bases, 25c.
N O T I CE
Alteration of Schedule on Interurban Line between
New Westminster and Vancouver via Burnaby Lake
EFFECTIVE   MONDAY,   JAN.   19.     SUBJECT   TO   CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE.
On ami afti r Monday, January 19, an alteration will be made in
ilo* .-ill,dale ol ihe "Hurnaby Lake" Interurban line whereby the cars
will hereafter leave either terminus at "half past the hour" Instead
of on the e\ ii hour as formerly. Th now schedule will operate as
follows:
WEEK DAY SERVICE First car leaves New Westminster at
o/.W a.m., with hourly service throughout day and last car ai 11:30
p.m. To ace, i ii in. late the "rush hour" traffic Bpeclal cars leave New
[Westminster at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., these specials leaving Vancouver
for the return trip one hour later,
SUNDAY SERVICE���First car
a.m.,   ..ilh  hourly service thereafter
leaves New Westminster at 8:
until 11:30 p m.
::o
uRillSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MUNICIPALITY  OF  BURNABY
AND MUNICIPAL SCHOOL  DISTRICT OF  BURNABY.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS   HEREBY GIVEN
To ihe  Electors of the Municipality aforesaid  that a Pell has  become  necessary   nt
same, so far as Is hereunder set forth, nnd that I have granted  such   Poll;  and,   Curthei
as Candidates at  tho said Election and  for whom only votes will  be  received  are:
Eli ctlon   n iw   pending  for   t
it  tiie  persons  duly  nominal
Surname
Other Names
AUCTION SALES.
���FURNITURE,
farm   Hales
bought for cash.    P.  15.  Brown,  17
Degbie street, New Westminster.
(2714)
FOR RENT
in New Westminster, B C.
23 dwelling houses, all modern, in
line locations, close In on coed streets.
Also one store on Columbia St., and
t��o on Sixth St
Apply to Cunningham Hardware
or to Jas. Cunningham.
Fraser   Hugh  Murray  	
McGregor    Duncan Campbell  .
Macpherson    ..   Alexander       Vine
STORE STOCKS AND | Beva'n    Winta^0.1"! .'.'.,
conducted.     Furniture   Deckert   otto  Frldrleh   ....
stride     Bber   	
Madili    William   Henry   . . .
Patterson     .... Dugald Campbell   .
Rose     Walter Souater  ....
Allen    lames Charles	
Coldicutt   Thomas  Davis   ....
Karrmann   .... William 	
Culley    Charles  	
Feu Vel    Phillip  William   ...
Holdom      Walter  John   	
MacDonald     . .. Angus    	
Yorston     Ernest  Alfred   	
Mayne     Thomas William ...
Murray    John    	
Silver    William Frederick
winch    Hrnest Bdward ��� ���..
Humes Herbert   	
Campbell  Cyril   Edgar   	
Churchland   . .. John   	
Forbes     Horace Wesley
Herd     James	
Whether for Councillor,
Reeve or
School  Trustee
Reeva       	
Reevo        	
For
What
Ward
Abode
. West  Burnaby
. Glen Lyon   . . .
P..ink,    Professloi
Oei.'iipatlon.
. Retired
. Farther
tivic Free Employment Bureau
City Hall, Telephone 852
is prepared, at shorl  notice, to sup-!
pis 'he* citizens with help Ol any de* I
.-���ion  for  any   purpose.        ClGtiiJ) I
l.umlev
Mcl.ane
Nswsoms
Winch   . .
.Mark
Clarence Archibald
.William 	
, Ernest Bdward
���nt
Reeve
Councillor
Connclllo.'     .
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor
Councillor    .
*   lunclllor
i luuncllloi*
(lounclllot*
Councillor
Councillor
. . School Trustee.
. . School. Trustee.
. . School Trustee.
, . School  Trustee.
, . School Trustee.
. . School   Trustee.
. . School Trustee.
.. School Trustee.
.. School Trustee,
Onn
One.
Ono
Two
Two
Two
Three
Three
Three
Four
Four
Five
Five
Flvo
SIX
Six
Six
SIX
. Edmonds    Builder
South  Hurnaby    Farmer
Fraser   Arm    Farmer
Edmunds     Florist
Douglas  Road    Real   Kst.it**   Agent
Edmonds.    Retired
Edmonds    Accountant
F.ast  Burnaby    Contractor
Fast Rurnaby   Accountant
Fast  Burnaby    Fruit  Qrowi r
nt?. Broadway B., Vanoouv'rRettred
Lakemore   Lumberman
Capitol  Hill    R,al   Estate   Broker
Vancouver Heights Contractor
. nncouver Heights Urnlter
McKay        Contractor
McKay     Merchant
Central Park   Fanner
Jubilee     Brloklayer
- Vancouver Heights  Electrician
��� Edmonds     Merchant
MoKay    Agent
��� Fast Burnabv  Manufacturing Agen
Vancouver Heigh.8 Broker
��� Capitol  Hill   Engineer
Jubilee    Contractor
��� Fast Burnaby  Painter
��� Jubilee     Brloklayer
Grand Trurk Pacific
Steamships
S.  S.  PRINCE   RUPERT.
Monday Dec. 29 at 12 midnight,
to Prince Rupert   and   Granby
bay with connections for Masset
Saturday,   Jan.   3,  at   12   midnight, to Victoria and Seattl-*.
Grand Trunk Pacific
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m. for Terii*.*>,
Hazelton and Bmlthers. .Mixed
service beyond to Hose Lake
(Mile   300.)
GRAND   TRUNK    RAILWAY.
Fast modern trains connect at
Chicago with all lines from the
West for all points Fast.
Through tickets to Europe.
Your choice of rail nnd ocean
lilies.
We   will   be  glad   to  submit
an    illneta' y
jour approval.
VV. E.  Cuperow, G.A.P.D.    H. G. Smith, C.P. & T.A.
527  Granville  St.,  Vancouver. Phone  Sey. 8134.
.
y w f a colup
j.ti.v.n. NEW
MBIA     STREET,
WESTMINSTER
���Girls'   claBBOB,   Tuesday   7:30   p.m.;
'���duit cl,iss**s, Thursday,  10:30 am.;
leering   classes,   Thursday.   7:30   p.m
Bearding and room rate*, reasonable
H -!lo eerved to ladies and gentlemen
���v-ia! dinner Fridays, 11 30 to 1:30
or particulars call phone 1324,
Of  which all persons are hereby   required to take notice and to govern themselves accordingly
THE POLL WILL EE TAKEN AT
Burnaby Public Hall, Edmonds Methodist Hall, Boundary and Pandora. Ncrth Burnabv
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam Socla* C|ub Room   Capitc*  H'll                                        '
Barnet   Hall,   Barnet Schou   Street   School.   Broadview,
Mr. Topping's Store, 13th Ave.  E.  Burnaby Nelson Avenue School, Alta Vista
Burnaby  Lake Store, Burnaby  Lake Sperling   Avenue   School.   Lakemere.
Agricultural   Hall,   Central   Park
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Veneered    Panels,
and   no  more  ex-
Our Interior Finish Is manufactured from timber specially selected for Flat Grain.
We are also specializing In Fir  Doors  with
which are better In construction,  more  beautiful
pensive than the old solid raised panel doors.
Get our prices before placing your orders.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
for
ON   SATURDAY.  JANUARY  17th.  1914.
AND WILL BE OPENED AT 9 A. M. AND CLOSE AT 7 P.
M.
Kverv Elector mav vote for the Rhpvi* and hour School Tntstecst, and the Electors in Ward-: I. 2. S,
one Councillor In their respective Wards, and may record Heir voles at anv of the. Polling Stations,
(liven  under my hand at Edmonds, this 1-th day of January. In tha year mil,
may vole I
S
ARTHUR G. MOORE, Returning Officer.
Jl^ERTEVipAlScCO
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT���NOTICE
to-wi-
Municipality of Coquitlam
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones 16 and II. 802 Columbia Street W.
Wholesale and retail dealers In the famous Comox steam and
furnace coal. A ton of this coal will, without doubt, boil more water
than any other coal on the market.
We also have a limited supply of Old Wellington (l.adysinlth)
coal for stove and grate.
We carry a good stock of building material, including Vancouver
brand ot 1'ortlaud Cement. This cement Is being used by the Do-
minion and Provincial Governments and all the large corporations
and contractors In the province. It is ground very fine and is very
uniform. Hard wall plaster, lime, sand, gravel, crushed rock, vitrified
sewer pipe, drain tile, common ami pressed brick, tire clay and fire
brick.
ni* * ���..
1*   Mi.
If  hereby  given  tn  He*  Electors of the  Municipality
now pending  foi   the sam
al  ii,** *-,ii'l  ISIuctlon,  and for whom only
and thai  1  have granted s uch  poll .
STORAGE
Surnann
Atkins   	
Marmnm
Atkin.*;  .
Raker   .
Foster ......  ,
Mounce ....
Oxtoby  	
Percy    	
Robertson 	
Wli11 ing 	
votes  will  be
Re
Lforesald  thr
mil  further,
poll   In
Bury   at   tin
that   persons   duly   nominated   as  eandl
Other   Nam
. Richard J. C    . .
. Lindsay  11	
Edmund  A	
. . Horace    II	
..John   	
. . R **hard 1
Councillor.
 Reevo   	
 Rei vc   	
 Councillor	
 Councillor	
 Councillor	
 Councillor	
Mliert    Councillor	
Edward C. A Councillor  . !Burquiuatn, B.C.
Jnmes f) Councillo;* unpililain. I! C.
Wallaeo    Councillor Burquitlamr B.C.
A.Mres*.
Rurqultlutn, B O. . .,
Mallliirdvtlle, H.'\ .
Port Coquitlam, B.C
Burquitlam, B.C. . . .
Burquitlam. H.c . . .
I'ort Coiiuitlam. B.C
Port Moody, B.c ...
Rani;,
. . l'ar*n'**-
. . Retired.
. . Retired.
. Ranch* .*
. . Farmer
.. Farmer
. Labourer.
. . Rnnchi ���
, . Handle.*
. i lontractoi*
Profession
icupatlon.
Read - The - News
Or which all persons are hereby  requtred I i >ake notice nnd to govern themselves aasordlngly.
""Polls will be held at:  Municipal Offices, Maillardville ;  Agricultural Hall, Burquitlam; Glen School, Port Moody
Road, Coquitlam;   on  Saturday,  Uth  January. 1914, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Given  under  by  hand* ai   Malllardvllle,   B.C.,  ibis   12tll  d.i  .  of Januarj   A.P.,   lilt
A. HALIBURTON,  Returning Officer.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone   Its.       Barn   Phon*   117
l��0Ui�� Street.
Mis8Cave-Browne-Cave
Baggage Deliver***! Promptly u
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Mrs.
and
I..ILA.M .  A.R.C.M.
| /IEM3ERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons In Pianoforte, Violin, SltiR-
ng,  Voice    Production,    Theory    (in
llass or privately), Harmony, Counter-
| point, Musical Form and History.
|    Pupils prepared   for   the   examinations of the Associated Hoard of   the
Royal  Academy of Music and  Royol
College of Music.    Also    Professional
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
j    For  terms, etc.,  apply  51  Oiifferln
street.    Phone 411 It. "***+*> n
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
��*�������   ICVtn
Sensational
Still On-Visit Us and Participate
#
in  the   Extraordinary Values
WE NEED THE MONEY
And are Sacrificing our $35,000 Stock at Cost and Less
Regular prices plainly marked in distinct figures so that you can readily note" your
saving.   We never carry cheap or inferior merthandise, therefore we can absolutely
guarantee any article we sell.   Society Brand and Fashion Craft Clothes, Burberry
Coats and Dr. Jaeger's pure wool goods do not fluctuate in value because the price is
lowered.   Now is the time to restock your wardrobe.
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
$15.00 Suits for
$8.75
Can you beat it?
Shirts.   Regular $1.50 to $2
for
Overcoats.    Regular $20 to
$40.    Your choice
95c
$ 18.50
No. 4
No. 5
No. 6
Special $22.00 Blue Serge Suits,
Indigo dye, for
$14.50
Regular $3, $4 and $5.00 Soft and|
Stiff Hats.   Any Hat for
$1.75
To purchase
goods at this sale
is like putting
money in
the bank
WESTMINSTER'S
AUTHORITATIVE
STYLE SHOP '
FOR MEN
No. 7
No. 8
Sweaters.   Values to $8.50 for
4.00
Watson and Stanfield's Combinations.   Elastic knit, closed crotch.
Values to $4.50
2.80
We have nothing
but dependable
merchandise
to offer
.
'Ill
mfor, the Younger Men WQ$W
WESTMINSTER'S
AUTHORITATIVE
STYLE SHOP
FOR MEN T>AGE  EIGHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUAKY 16, 1914.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
H.   J.   A.   BURNETT.   AUDITOR     AND
Accountant. Tel.  K. 128.  Room i. Hurt
Block.
P  It  Smith. w* J* Grove*
AUl��m>RS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
Work  un<h-.ftak��n    Ir.    city   and   outgWt
points.   211-12   Westminster   Truut   Blill-
l**t..m*   S��4.     P.  O.   I��OX   607.
BURNABY REtVE
ANSWERS CRITICISM
CHARTERED   ACCOUNTANT.
T. K. HODGK, CHARTKRKD AC-
rnnntani, Iiiiii Westminster Trust
building,   rhoiic 428. (2694)
Large   Meeting  in  East  Part of Muni-
cipality���McGregor  and   Macpherson on  Platform.
FRATERNAL.
MTKRNATION'Al, MTKAM AND Ol'I'.H
.iiIhk Kii��iiii*<*r��, Local 548, meets Ir
TjiIkh* Tenuis ayery Brat nnd thlrr
I'liiirs.lav oi' the month, ll MoLs-UaThlln
president W. C. Baunders, secretary
P. O.  Hox 528  ^^
ncw   wkmminstbi.   LODGE)  no  i
H A V. O. of KtkB of the D, of C, niee
the firm and llilrd Thursday at tl p. nt
K. of P. Hall. BiKhth ���treat A Weill
Oray. Exalted Ruler i P. H. Smith. See
ret*ry-
i.. O. O. M., NO. 1854. MEETS ON
first and third Tuesday in each
month at 8 p.m. In tha Labor
Temple. ��1. .1. Loamy, dictator; W.
J. Groves, micreiary.
"   i
I. O. O. V. AMTtT  LODGE  NO   17���Tb'
r-Kulnr ii>*"v1Ihk of Amity lodge No
���it. I. O. O. Pf/ Is held * very Morula
���nUctit at �� o'clock In Odd fellows' Hall
opmer Carnarvon and KtKhih strcoti
Visiting brethern cordially Incited
R. A. Merrlthewr, NO.; 11. W. Snngstei
V. G.j W. C. Costham, P. <; moor/
Inn secretary: 1, W. MacDonald, ftnar,
ctat Becrettuty,
FUNERAL   OIRECTOR8.
W. K. KAI.ES���Pioneer Funeral DlrectO
and Br"t>almer. 119-llfl Agnes strce
oppoaUd Carnegie Library.
�� HOW EHX (SUCCESSOR TO CKN
ter 4 Hanna. I.td.1���Funeral dlreotiin
and embalmera. Parlors 406 Columbll
���treat.    New   Westminster.    Phone  til
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
BOARD OF TltADE���NKW WESTM1N
iter Hoard nf Trade meets ln the huart
room. City Hall, as follows: Third F'rl
day of each month, quarterly meetlnj
on the third Friday of February, Maj
Auguat and November at 8 p.m. An
mm I mcetlnKS on the third Friday o
February. C. H. Stuart Wade, secre
buy.
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER.
SPECIFICATIONS. AGREEMENTS Ol
Sale. Deiuls, Business Letters, etc.; clr
cular work specialist, All work strlctl?
confidential. H. Barry, room 418 Westminster Truat Blk.    Phone 702.
PROFESSIONAL.
CORBOULD. ORANT * HcCOI.L,, BAT.
rtstera. Solicitors, etc. 40 t.orne Street
New Westminster. G. E. Corbould, K
C.     J. It. Grant.     A. E.  McColl.
VDAM PM1TH JOHNSTON' BARRISTER-
ai-law. Solicitor, etc Solicitor for tin
Bank of Vancouver. Offices: Mer-
cb:lnts Bank Building, New Westminster. B.C. Telephone No. 1071). Cable
addrens "Johnston." Codo Western
Union.
W, P. HANSFORD, BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., Colliater Block, corner Columbia aim McKenzie streets. New Westminster. B.C. P. O. Box 285. Telephone 344.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS 4b WHITB
able ��� Barristers and Solicitors, West
minster Trust Blk.. Columbia street
New Westminster. B. C. Cable addrest ncniliture
������White*****," Western Ufilon. P. 0 I""".***"1
IVrawer 2-flO. Telephone 09 W. J
'���rbltoride,  K. C.;  H.  I,.   Bdnionds.   D
Before the largest political gather-
ling in the history of Easl   Burnaby,
Reeve MoOregor and the preftent ad-
I ministration yesterday    evening    defended themselves   against   the   at-
I tacks of the opposition to such an extent thai  the result of the poll    on
Salurdaj  can be put  In the doubtful
column so far as ward three is concerned.
Oeorge ll. Leaf occupied the chair,
lirst   calling   Upon   D,  C.   Patterson.  Of
IEdmonds, who spent the allotted time
In  explaining  the  Why  and   wherefore
of his candidature and his past record
a.-* a mechanic,
j William Karrniaiin. running for
councillor in ward three, made liis
flrsl appearance on the public plat*
'form, .stilting that he bad nothing to
| say against tbe present administration except thai the settlers should he
looked after in the way of being given
employment. Mr. Kamnanii received
a good lira ring.
.1. C. Allen, also running in ward
I three; wan directly opposite to the
iviews' Of the previous speaker. Btating
thai Burnaby had been receiving
about 50 per cent, for evi ry dollar expended. As a contractor be had made
a .success of things in getting a fair
return tor his money and if elected
would see that the ratepayers would
receive the same returns as any private  individual.
Mac and Mc.
Councillor .Macpherson. in the reeveship race, dwell upon the same arguments put forward dining the past
few meetings stating that a vote for
Fraser was one for McGregor and that
the latter and himself were only to
be consider: d In the race of Saturday.
Reeve l). C, McGregor followed the
Edmonds representative, dwelling for
upwards of an hour on the present
financial situation in the municipality
and the causes that led to the preB*
'cut. stringency. The reeve stated thai
Burnaby's financial condition was
sound and thai the temporary embarrassment would prove a blessing
in disguise.
Wate,-  System.
Councillor Coldicutl spoke tor upward.-! of 45 iiiinui s in defence of his
work on the present council and
especlallj his woik in connection with
the police and lire committees te-
gether with the North road bridsa
project which would culminate In the
li. <"'. E. H. 1) Ing extended to Burquitlam;
| Replying to a remark passed by
.Hugh M. Fraser as regards Ihe water-
(works system not paying for Itself
the Kast Hurnaby representative
slated that while $30,000 had been expended during the past year, the re-
cejpttl had been $29.Sill), which, together with ihe new connections recently made, would bring the total receipts  slightly   in  excess  of  the    ex-
TWO CANDIDATES
TOR REEVESHIP
Atkins and   Marmont Seek  Honors in
Coquitlam���Addrest Burquitlam
Ratepayers.
About   100   ratepayers   gathered   in
the Burquitlam Agricultural ball last
night and listened interestedly to the
candidates  for    COQUitlam    municipal
honors.    Councillor   R,   J,   ('.   Atkins,
j candidate   for  reeve,  summarized   his
! previous address and asked for support
jon his past record.   He promised faithfully to do his hesd as he had always
done.
Li, B, .Maruiont, the opposing candidate for reeve, received a very enthusiastic reception from the gathering. He reviewed the Questions at
Issue and announced that he especially advocated a strict business administration, He asked the people to
consider the reeveship candidates
carefully and vote for the man they
considered best suited for the position.
Albert Oxtoby, Wallace Whiting, J,
li. Robertson, E, C, A. Percy and H.
II. Baker, candidates for councillor,
also spoke reviewing tho ground they
covered at previous meetings.
Association Changes Name.
Al the suggestion of Mr. Bray given
at tbe conclusion of the speeches it
was decided to reorganize the Bur-
quitlam ratepayers' association and to
make it a more active and businesslike body than it is at present. It is
proposed to send a delegate to all
council meetings whose duty will be
to report back to the association on
what the council did. It is the intention also to make the association as
representative of all the ratepayers of
Coiiuitlam as possible and in that connection  it  was decided  to adopt the
| title
t ion.'
"Coquitlam  Ratepayers' associa-
Marmont Denies Report.
L. E. Marmont, candidate for the
reeveship of Coquitlam strenuously
denied the report circulated through
out the municipality thut. it he were
elected he would extend immunity to
the immoral quarter in the east end.
"Nothing is further from my mind
and from the truth." lo* asserted at
the close of the meeting in Burquitlam last evening.
PROVINCIAL HOUSE
pRMAUV OPENED
'���"-TV"
.1. 8TILWBLL CLUTK, Barrlster-at-law
solicitor, etc.; comer Columbia an!
McKenzie streets. New Westminster
B. C.   P. O. Box  112.     Telephone   71��
P HAMPTON BOf.E. BARRISTER
SolMtor nnd Notary. Offlc*�� H*r<
Mock. 88 Lome afreet. New Westminster. B. C.
McQUARUIE. MARTIN A CASKADT.
Rarrlstere and Solicitors. 806 to 111
W��rtmlnater Trust Block. O. E Martin. W, Q. IfcQuarrle and Oeorge L
Ca���d��.
STNOl'SIS
OF   COAL   MINING
���GU1.AT10N8.
HJ
. Next year with more connections the department could look
for an even greater increase, especially following the completion of the
contract with South Vancouver calling
for a payment of $10,000 annually for
a supply of water.
Little disorder was noticed, Chairman Leaf keeping a .strong hold upon
Ilie  meeting.
Embargo on Spuds Unjust.
'.St. John, N.B., Jan. 15.���At a meet-,
ing of the council of the St. John
board of trade today a resolution was
adopt-d stating that the government
of tin* United States has unjustly
placed an embargo upon the importa-
���ion of Canadian potatoes and that
ihe Canadian government should be
requested to institute an embargo
upon tin importation into Canada of
American potatoes to protect the
Canadian grower,
Victoria. Jan. 15. Lieutenant flov-
lernor Paterson opened the second ses-
|slon of ihe thirteenth legislature here
this afternoon. The scene at the formal opening was one of brilliancy.
At 2:30 the 88th Fusiliers marched
to the square in front of the legislative buildings, and half an hour later
the lieutenant governor in his uniform of gold lace, appeared witli the
regimental officers as his guard of
honor. The great gates at the front
of the building were thrown open and
his honor proceeded up the long flight
of steps antl through into the assembly hall, the guard of honor in the*
meantime forming single file on
either side of the aisle.
In the assembly chamber the legislator's were in their seals awaiting
tie* arrival id' the lieutenant governor.
With till ni on the floor of the house
were about. 100 invited guests, others
present on invitation being sealed in
tiie northwest galleries. The general
public was admitted to the galleries
on the east side and the south end
behind  the throne.
Mayor Gray Popu'ar
Choice of Ratepayers
(Continued from page one)
COAI. MININO rights of lhe Dominion
in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta
th<* Yukon Territory, (he Northwest Ter
rUartea and lu a portion of the Provlnc*
��>f British Columbia, may be leased for ���
lerm of iwinty-one years at an annua!
-enlnl ef i\  an acre. Not mure thsp 26lt
acres will be leased to om* applicant.
Application! fir a lease must be madi
by the tif^jiiejint tn person to the Ag**n'
tut Sub-Apent of fne district In which Un
rMits applied for arc situated,
In surveyed territory the land must b*
���lescrthed by sections, or legal sub-dlvl
���itona of sections, and In unsurveyed ter
sltory thu tract applied for shall bi
-*t��ki*d om by  the applicant  himself.
r.d'i\ application must be accompanied
���'������y o. fee ot 16 wbtch will be refunded II
'>ti�� riulils applied for an* not iivnllKble
Vsit not Otherwise. A royalty shall 1-
pald or. the merchantable output of u,c
mine at the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine sbal
rnrnl.-ili the Agent with sworn returni
accounting for the full quantity of met
Chantable coat mined and pay the roy
sity thereon. If th,* coal mining rlghti
ure nol b,*'.nn operated such returns should
be  furnish**,!  at   least  or.ee  a  y,-ar.
The toaae will Include the c<��,l minim
fttelns�� only, hut the leasee will be per
.mlttcd tn purchase whatever avallubli
surface ri^ts may bi considered neces
.awry tor the working or th** mine at tb.
Cain oi jjo an aor*
Fot full Information application should
tie made to the Secretary ,,f the I lejjurt
ment  of the Interior   Ottawa   or  to un\
Ajciut or Sub-Agec.t ot   Dominion  I.Anils
W. W. CORT,
Deputy  Klnlsi-r of  thi   inieilor.
T-J   B.���Unauthorised publication of thi
advertisement will not be paid for.
We
five
to buy Hot Water Ilottles.
have them with a two and
Thermos Bottles $1.50 up
n*wmxan
New Wellington
OAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
OWcc,  554  Front  Street,
Foot of Sixth  Street.
O. Box 345. Phone 105.
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
A UCffO N
SHORT  NOTICE  OF SALE.
Today,  Friday,
j   January 16th,
1 ivjll Bell, absolutely without, reserve
'the Household Furniture and effects
of .\Jr. W. (I. Cougler, al his residence
R21 Carnarvon street. All the furniture Is practically new and of good
olass quality. Including Wilton Car-
nets, .Heaters, Range, Dining Tables,
Chairs, etc., etc.
daj each candidate for the mayor's
chair voted for his opponent. Mayor
Cray and Mr. Johnston are both native sons of New Westminster.
At St. George's Hall.
Chief interest in the Campaign was
naturally centered at the seven poll-
inn booths al St George's hall where
the different candidates and their
agents scanned ear hieturn as it was
handed to Returning Officer ciuto.
Aldermen  Jardine and  Kellington  na
I turally   tell  elated at being returned
���especially ihe latter, who had been
forced to hear the brunt of the attack
on the liquor license question, "I
stood on my record of the pasl two
years," Btatod Alderman Kellington
to The News last livening, "and I feel
deepl) Indebted to my friends who
supported mo without  any campaign
Mm- and  canvassing on  my  pan  as I
I was nu.re concerned with lhe r -elect
* Ing of  Mayor day  than mj self."
Ed. Goulet, lot al c I' il. agent, al
though at the bottom of the pulls of
tla     eh cted    candidates,    fell     very
pleased al  tha support accorded him.
i Losl evening bo li lephoni d to the ef
fi ci   that   in* was more  than  pli ased
| \* ith the loyalty of his friend, and
thai   none  would  rfgrel   the fact   thai
J t'uoy had casl tin Ir votes Cor bim.
j Alderman Bryson head* d all four
districts, leading his nearesl opponent, T. S, Annandale, with majorities
ranging trom 118 al St. George's hall
to  1- on   Lulu  island
The  News  Pervio*.
I Maintaining its record of 1913 I'h*
News was enabled bj an efficienl
corps of workers slalioi.ed  al     every
: polling station to a euro lirst returns
of the mayoralty, aldermanic and
school  trustee   lights,   hundreds   of
people   being   supplied     with     results
over the telephone, Even tho r*it *.���
ball, Mayor Cray's and Mr. Johnston's
committee rooms had to take second
place to The News in the matter of
securing lirst results.
McAllisters
Big
January
Salo
for
Real
Bargains
The New Westminster
 AND FRASER VALLEY	
Department   Store
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
McAllisters
Big
January
Sale
for
Real
Bargains
Keen Staple Values
for Market Day
Shoppers
If you are looking for a durable
yet effectively designed lied-
spread, you can rely ou t hose
tine English
Spreads to give
tlon: double bed
$4.(iH. Today,
each  	
Three Days' Stocktaking    Specials in the
Sale of Mens Drapery and Soft
Underwear Furnishing Dept.
manufactured
you    satisfae-
si/.e;   regular
$2.95
12V-2C
SPECIAL  FOR   FRIDAY.
KLANNKI.KTTICS     AT     12V��c.
PER YARD- -Good wearing Flannelettes,   of   English mnaufac-
ture: in a variety of stripes and
colorings; also self colors of
pink, blue and white; regular
values to 17V4c a yd.
Today,   yard
if you are Interested In Bedding, here are items well worth
your attention:
Flannelette  Blankets at special
prici s; in w hile and gray
Size   10-4;
I'riee .
Size   11-4,
I'riee .
Size   12-4;
I'riee   .
A    GOOD
re
liar   $1.65.    Sale
 $1.25
regular $1.95.    Sale
$1.65
regular   $2.45,     Sale
$1.85
LINE OF HEAVY
BLEACHED COTTON SHEETS
AT $1.35 PAIR���These sheets
are full double bed size, 70x90,
hemmed ready tor use, and are
made from strong English cotton sheeting; guaranteed to give
good   wear;   reg. A *|    QC
$1.95.   Special,  p.*... ��pl .��5D
H E M S T I TC II E D I'll.l.OW
CASKS AT 55c PAIR- Pillow
Cases; made from finest grade
of cotton: a quality that will
give every satisfaction in wear,
and tree from starch; regular
75c. B pair. Today,
per pair 	
Every man's attention is di
retci'd to this money-saving opportunity. Owing to the exceptionally mild winter, the sale of
our Underwear has been re-
ta.ded, and rather than carry
it ovei to another season we
are offering it at cost and In
some cases, helow cOHt. It will
repay any man to buy Underwear at these prices.
Fleece Lined Underwear; sanitary, with velvet finish; in all
sizi s. ?,2 to 44; regular price
65c. Three Day
Sale  Price   	
"Penman's" Wool Underwear;
heavy weight; ribbed; unshrinkable and very elastic and
durable; suitable for teamsters,
loggers and other out-door
workers; regular $1.26 and
$1.50.     Three   Day am me
Saie  Price       I -DC
' Schofield's" Pure Wool Underwear; heavy weight; Piirp
wool; unshrinkable; well finished and vi ry elastic; sizes to
46; regular $1.
Three   Day   Salo
Cretonnes and English Chintz
in both dark and light; with
floral designs and borders. All
these goods at January Clearance Sale Prices.
Reg, 50c and ill) lines for   35*
Peg.   850   lines  for en*
Reg. 90c and $1 lines tor. .ac*
Casement  Cloth;   iii  cream  and
���sr '  only;   double  fold,    and
very tine Quality; regular 7f.c a
yard.     January   Sale
Price,  yard   	
50c
45c
Blankets
and Pillows
White Wool  Blankets;   laze 84
by 84; good'heavy weight; regular   $5.60.     Sale
Price   	
Dark   Cray   Blankets;   full   size,
84x64;  reg. $4.50.
Sale   I'riee   	
Purified Chicken
lows; size 19x26;
Sale Price,
each    	
I'riee, garment
Natural  Wool  Underwear;
a   garment.
$1.15
$4.95
i;    full   size,
$3.95
Feather Pil-
reg.    $1.50,
$1.00
me
55c
60c
TABLE DAMASK FOR KITCHEN USE AT Due YARD Unbleached Irish Table Damask
will give hard wear; in nice
floral effects; sixty inches wide.
Reg. Tne a yard. Today,   per   yard    	
LINEN CRASH ROLLER
TOWELLING, 16c A YARD���
All Linen Irish Crash Roller
Towelling; 18 Inches wide: all
white; nice, soft finish; regular
20c  a   yard.    Today, �� f*
per yard     *\ OC
TURKISH HATH TOWELS,
50c A PAIR White Turkish
Hath Towels; good heavy weave,
size 20x60; regular 65c a pair.
Today, per
pair   	
��1 lit 111   weight
and splendid
inent a man
year round;
regular $1 7a
Dai  Sale
I'riee   	
"Dr.  shield's"  Underwear;
dium     weight:       unshrink
guaranteed    pure      wool;
combed;   In  natural color;
sizes    to    46;    regular
Three  Day  Salt
Price,  garment
"Wolsey's" Underwear. Thi
ulne Wolsey Underwear; i
tural  color:   spliced  seat,
and    elbow;    guaranteed
wool and unshrinkable;  re
$3.00    and    $4,00    a    gar
Three Day Salt
Price,  garment
douhle breasted;
soft  finish;   a gar-
can   wear    all  the
al   Is  izes  to  4li;
0   garment.   Three
$1.20
mo-
:ihle;
fine
all
���J2.60.
$1.75
genii na-
knee
pure
���gular
ment.
$2.00
Furniture Department
Specials
Everything we offer In    this
line   is   at   a   remarkably     low-
price.    Can   you  afford   lo  miss
the saving of such  purchases.
A    LINE    OF    DRESSERS    In
many  different designs:
Reg.  $42.60,    Sale....��2��.7S
Reg.   $27.5(1.     Sale...  *23 "
Reg.   t22.T,0.     Sale  .    $13.50
A   NUM'BER   OF  ODD   DRESS-
INC, TABLES    In satin  walnut,
mahogany   and   white   enamel:
Reg.  $16.75,    sale... .$12.50
Reg.   $15.00.     Sale.. . .$11.75
Reg,  $11.75.    Sal.* $9.75
BRASS BEDS
Reg. $.",5.no. Sale...
Iteg. $30.00. Sale...
Reg. $20.00. Sale...
CHILDREN'S COTS
enamel; large size;
with mattress.; reg.,
$16.60.    Special..
$27 50
$24.50
$17.50
In white
complete
$11.75
50c
Pennants
A  Big  Shipment of  Pennants to
Clear at 15c Each.
In good quality of felt, and In
all colors. Very choice variety
of cities, provinces and countries
represented. See this new-
stock of pennants without delay.
A Special Lot of
Taffeta Silk and
Satin Ribbons
An excellent quality ribhon: in
widths varying from - to 6in.;
suitable for millinery purposes
and for children's hair bows;
rrg.  to 25c.    Special | J*
at, per  yard    IOC
LADltS' KNIT UNDERWEAR
Friday, Market Day
This Store will be just full of SPECIAL
BARGAINS. Oddments in all Departments will
be put on sale, offering extraordinary values.
McAllisters, limited.
Good Values in
Underwear for Boys
"Ponanglo" Wool Underwear;
pure wool; medium weight;
shirts and drawers; in natural
color; sizes 20 to 24; irogularly
sold at 66c to 85 fc%Ci/��
Sale   I'riee    D3C
Shirts and Drawers; sizes 2f> to
?'.!: regularly sold at 9f>c and
$1.25.     Three   Day QO-T
Sale  Price    OUl*.
"Penangle" Fleece Lined Underwear tor boys; in all sizes
from 20 to :!-; sold regularly at
45c and 50c, Three OC-
Day Sale I'riee  OiJ\*
l/OT NO. 1.   -Ladies' Cotton Fleece Lined DrawerB, and Vests
to match.    Values to 40c.    Sale I'riee, each	
LOT NO. 2    Ladies' Heavier Quality Knit Vests, and Drawers to match.    Values to 66c, for, each ...   	
LOT NO. *. Indlis' Part Wool Vests and Drawers; in natural and
white;   odd   lines;   regular  76c  and    86c    values.    Special
Prico, 1 ach  	
LOT NO. 4--A11 Wool Vests and Drawers to match; in white
only. Our regular $l.t)0 garments.    Sale I'riee, each	
LOT NO. fi -Children's Underwear, An asosrtment of odd lines in
the  smaller  sizes;     Drawers    and     Vests.     Values   to  40c.
Sale   Price   	
Odd lines of Children's Underwear at 20 per cent, off regular
price.    Regular  r,i>c,   for   	
Regular $l.(ii) Children's Underwear.
Sale Price  	
DRESS GU0DS AT 59c PER YARD
This lot consists of about 1,000 yards, and includes values up to *1.7"i
per yard. There Is a variety ol dolus; something suitable for Suits.
Dresses ami Skirts, etc. Cloths of either buhl or heavy weight, and in
numerous colors, There are Broadcloths, whipcords, Serges, Tweeds,
lOolieniu s, itesoldas ami Novelties. Many of these clods will be in
big demand for spring dresses, so yon will certainly, save money by
buying a dress or suit length now.    Vour choice for, per ("A
yard    J*/C
25c
35c
iral and
55c
65c
lines in
20c
40c
80c
Perrin's Guaranteed
Gloves
Ladles', Misses' and Children's
Tan Cape Cloves. These an* a
l plendid quality and neatly finished glove. Special, **| f\f\
per pair   ��P * .UU
Ladies' Dorothy Pine Quality
Kid Clove; with two dome
spring clasps and finished with
silk cord, stitched backs; ln
colors black, tan, hrown and
in white. Price,
per pair  	
Ladies' and Misses' Splendid
Quality Bertha IKd Gloves; ln
fine skin; very pliable; neatly
stitched hacks; In hlack and
tan shades; and ail sizes. Price,
per pair
at  	
$1.25
$1.50
$1.75
Ladies' and Misses' Extra Quality "Katberine" Kid Cloves.
Tbivse come with raised silk
stitched backs; two dome fasteners; very pliable und are a
perfect fitting glove; in shades
of navy, gray, tan and black
and white; all sizes in Btock.
Price,  per
pair   	
W" can show you the very
best selection of fancy goods,
handbags, jewelry. neckwear,
gloves, hosiery, ribbons, ��'tc., of
any store in the cily. Inspect
our slock and compare our
prices.
Tapestry Carpets
Reg. 75c a Yard.    Special Price
60o a Yard.
We (any a large stock of those
Carpet.-; in all the latest patterns nnd colorings. The quality is good ami will stand a
lot of hard wearing.
Per yard  	
50c
Cm Atrv/ju/wf
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