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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Vol
,UMB 4. NUMBER 287.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES &. CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
EW WESTMINSTER,  li. C, SATURDAY   MORNING, DECEMBER 11. 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
NEW WESTMINSTER     |
WILL GET ELEVATORS ��������'
provincial Government Regards This Port as Natural
Outlet for Alberta Grain.
That the provincial government,
acting in conjunction with the government of Alberta, will In all probability take steps in the near future
lor ih'1 establishment of elevators for
thr storfige of grain in this city was
(I,,, news received from Vancouver
yesterday.
lh,. statement was made by E. ll.
have l"'1'" with him on the board of
trade, who in company wiih Hon. W.
li. rushing, of the Alberta government, has been in Victoria rm- the
iasl few days Interviewing the government wiili regard to ihr establish-
menl of storage elevators in Yancou-
l(, im the purpose of encouraiglng
bipment of giain from Alberta
v|;    Uie  coast.
From  tin'  standpoint  of  Mr.   Heaps
il.  juorney was not very successful,
although Mr, Cushlng was well satis-
fled wi'h tbe results of liis visit.   Tin.'
twe delegates Interviewed two mem-
!,, ia ni    tha  government   and   were
. a u, understand thai  th,. administration  had  measures   for  tin.'  en-
igemenl ni ;b,- shipment of grain
thi    co        under   consideration;
Hay  were told, however, thai  when
ila- lime came fui' erecting  Hie ele-
, a,a a thej  would he located in this
,    ,  and nol  in Vancouver, the governmenl  having con e  in the conclu-
ihai   Wv.   Westminster  offered
much betti    fai illti i   for a grain port
than Vancouver,
Hon.   Mr.   Cushlng  left   for  Alberta
repi   ���   tl     results  of  his  mission
home government yesterday.
Shows That He Had Assurance of Dominion Government to the Effect That
the Supply of the City Should Never be Vitiated nor Diminished-
John A. Lee Talks Against B. C. E. R.  Company.
LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
NOT 0U11E KEAUY
C d   Swing   Span   Will   Be   Moved   in
a  Day  or Two���New  One   Now
In  Position.
new   Lulu  Island   bridge  waa
opened   yesterday,  as   expected.
rigs  have been  driven  ovei   it.
-
na planking is not  entirely  Bn-
I  and   the   passengers   Interferi
the  work.
��� a    old   bridge   is   still   open   to
traffic,    Alderman   Henley  calculated
laving it  removed yesterday, but
water  pipes  have  not   yet   been
laid over the new  hi idge, and the old
i an   not  be   moved at   pres. nt
withoul cut ung off the water supply
. the island.     However, the work
mi the new pipe line is being rushed
' npletlon and the old span wlL
be moved in a day or two,
ll will be necessary lu Iiii tlle old
Bpan oil its piers by means of jacks,
��� scows under ii, and then when
','..,- high tide permiis, lloal ii to Hie
Bide of tlie river where a place has
been prepared for it.
Mayor Keary and Alderman Henley
leaked over the situation yesterday.
Asked as to when tne new span
Would he opened to lei the boats
ll.rough, Ihe contractor said that he
was waiting on tlie completion of tlie
lity work now, and would be able to
BWlng the spall for lhe hist tine iu
ee day oi' two. The electric power has
now been connected, bui it will be
Ible to turn the Bpan by hand
I "Wer   until   the   wires   are  strung.
Yesterday evening in the Opera
House the electors oi N .v Westminster again had an opportunity ol comparing the two candidates for the
I mayoralty of tlie cily foi 1910 On the
same platform. The. mi eting was
called iu tin- interests oi John A.
Lee, but that gentleiaau had accorded lo Mayor Keary the privilege of
speaking, and ihe present occupant
of the chiel magistracj led off Hie
meeting%with a statesmanlike exposition of liis policies an.l a telling exposure of the baselessness ol the
charges leveled againsi him by his
opponents. Although it was not his,
hut his opponent's meeting, liis worship was accorded a splendid reception, and his address was again and
again broken in upon by th. cheers
oi llis hearers. Mr. Lee, who followed Mr. Keary. was also well N -
celved, hut was forced tu submit to
considerable heckling on the pari of
the audience.
Fairminded Meeting.
The na.Ung was characterized bj
!| ������ "pen and fairminded attltudi oi
Hie audience which listened Impartially in the arguments of the two
candidates, awarding applause where
applause was due and not stintim. Its
criticism and hy the businesslike nature of ihe speeches.
Tin water question was the principal theme of both speakers. Speaking ln this regard Mayor Keary clearly
demonstrated tu hi.- hearers thai hi'
had never sanctioned anything that
would serve iu vitiate tiie water sup-
ply, Inn lhat on the contrary he had
assurances from the Dominion governmenl to the effect that Whatever
was done ai Coquitlam lake, the water supply of New Westmlnstei would
ia pri sei ved in all its purity. Mr.
Lee spoke at considerable lei.gth on
the question bin confined himself for
ihe most part to generalities, refraining from pointing out clearly what
the danger to the water Bystem migi I
be and whal steps he would adyocati
to protect it.
.1. D, Kennedy, the chairman, opened the meeting with a te_ brief remarks, inviting the aspirants for ai-
dermanic and school board honors to
lake seats on the plalforr. .
��� Dr. T. B. Green,
lir.  Green  was  permitted  to  speak.
GIVES MAYOR CREDIT
EOR IMPROVEMENTS
W. R. Gilley Tells Why He
Thinks Citizens Should Re-
Elect Mayor k.ary.
The  sale  of  work     held   under  the
i  pices of the ladiefl Ol   SI.  Stephen's
byterian chmch, at the residence
i e   .hs.  a. ll. Gordon, yesterday af-
Oon,   proved  a  greal   success.       It
Was largely  attended  and  resulted  in
a  considerable  sum  for  the
i  II poses of lln   ladies' aid.
ELEVEN   APPLICATIONS
IN COUNTY COURT
'I'he regular monthly session ol lhe
county court wlll be held next week,
Judge Howay presiding.     On Monday
���'"me     eleven     applications     will     he
heard in chamber?. On Tuesday ihe
following list of cases will come up.
ami dates be arranged for their trial:
Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Co.
vs, Kwong Man Tai and Brymner. H.
'������ Kdiiionds for plaintiff; 0. B5. Cor-
bould for Brymner.
Kinney vs. Curleton. Hole for plaintiff;   Edmonds for defendant.
Carleson et al. vs. Douglas. Bird,
for plaintiff.
Clark vs. Boothrovd. Edmonds for
Plaintiff.
Seells vs. Ketlezel. Killain for
Plaintiff;   Bole for defendant.
Pollath vs. Dominion Shingle &
'-utnher Co. McQuarrie for plain-
"ff;   Martin for defendant.
Wick vs. Croll. Martin for plaln-
,lff'.  Edmonds for dof-endant.
Dalber vs. Fisher. Martin for plaintiff;  Hansford for defendant.
Bishop vs. Williamson. McQuarrie
f(>r plaintiff;  Arnold for defendant.
Manson Campbell Co. vs. Lam Vert.
Bird for plaintiff.
Holbrook vs. Barraclough. Mar-
B*��all for plaintiff; Russel] for defendant.
McTavlsh vs. Alanson. Wallbridge
for plaintiff.
"1 believe that Mayor Keary should
be reelected, and. in . than that, I
believe that the ratepayers should
continue to reelect him until a man
offers .liuiself who is better qualified
for the position.
"1 have not always agreed with ins j
worship and his actions, but 1 think
lhal he ls nearer righl than any
mayor that has been ln office since I
have been In the city. 1 hftVe known
Mr. Keary tor some thirty years, and
have been wiili him 0 tithe hoard Of
control of the Royal Agricultural und
Industrial society, I have always
found hlm a painstaking and a hardworking  man.
"Some of his principal faultfinders
are men who have never contributed |
live cents In cash or five minutes of
time to forward the interests of the
city.
"I would like to se more work of a
permanent character done under the
local improvement system, and I must
give Mayor Keary the credit of having introduced the local improvement
by-law in a form thai Is workable in
this citv."���W.  U. Gilley.
as an aspirant for a position on the
board of trustees. He slated thai he
had not known that the trustees were
tu speak on the previous evening. 11
had been asked to run sun,,, li ne
since, and lia.l then declined, preferring to wail uniil a vacancy occurred
on the board. He had, however,
been urged to stand, and so' had consented, lie was out in no spirit of
antagonism to the retiring members
seeking re-election, knowing well thai
their duties had been very heavy.
He was an old teacher, having been
principal of the Sapperton school und
assistant principal al the Central
school here. He had been asked to
run b.v many of the teachers oi the
city, who, nu doubt, felt that they
would like more of the teachers' side
expressed in the board meetings. Dr.
Green was given a cordial reception.
J. W. Creighton.
J. W. Creighton could not credit
Mayor Keary with inspiring the campaign matei lal In the local pn . s; he
knew him too well. He fullj realized the industry and ability of the
mayor In the city, everybouj adm't-
ted it. Nor did the B.C.E.R. have
anything to do with the question;
they were well able to take Care of
themselves,
Turning to the water question, Mr.
Creighton asked why the city had not
had the Coqultlam lake watershed
surveyed. The mayor had said that
there was UO monej , .. | there was
always money for other purposes.
Letters were written bl him und
others to the    press    regarding the
matter,  yel   the   Onl)   repi,,    was   that
there was no Dominion land su;... ir
In New Westminster. li appeared
as though malign Influences wi re at
work. Then the Dominion governmenl had taken the hike away from
the city. When the minister of the
interior was preseni in the City, ii
was Mr. Lee who stood up for the
chy's rights, and Mayor Keary sat
bj   and  said  practically  nothing.
"Why was not the survey made':
What Influences were at work'.'"
asl.id the speaker.
They Answered  Him.
"Who  has  the best  righl  to  sit  in
the    mayoral    cnalr    nexl     Monday
night?" demanded Mr. Creighton. and
a number of voices replied "Keary,
and seine "Lee."
Mr. Creighton had uo accusation
to make against Mayor Keary, hut
Mr. Keary had occupied the chair for
a long time, and should let another
man have a chance. He believed in
letting younger men have a show.
Judge Hole had said that there
should be uo change, while great improvements were under way. ll
would be a terrible thing tor the city
if it could not produce other men as
good as the mayor. Mayor Keary
had promised to look after the City's
interests ill the future as in the past,
but if he did so In tli i same manner as he had watched the Coquitlam
lake question he would have a light
burden.
Hi' was sure thai Mr. Lee would
prefer to lose an election honorably
than win unfairly, No one would
accuse Mr. Lee of being other than
courteous and gentlemanly.
Mayor  Keary.
Mayor Keary was greeted with
continued    applause     and    cries   ol
"You're all right.
Ills worship I"'1
sumed that most of the crowd bad
attended the previous meetings. He
sought re-election at the request ol
a number of ratepayers, including all
classes   Of   the  community.       He   had
Intended to withdraw but under pressure and in view of the Inexperience
Of Mr, Lee, he had decided Io Btand
for nomination, Should Mr, Lee be
elected, whicli he did no; In the least
anticipate, he would help Mr, Lee In
ever.',   way  possible.
When he had tajten the mayoral
chair, there was an overdraft Of ?46,-
000. Now the city's finances were
highly satisfactory. The city's water system had been Improved by the
cons! nni ion of two large reservoirs,
and now a 21-inch main was being
prepared to Berve the cltj and municipalities surrounding. This would
give the hes water supply of any
City  in  Canada.
The survey of the Coquitlam watershed had heen delayed by the advice
of the ministers at Ottawa, who said
il was unnecessary. I. was a Surprise iu bim when he found that the
land had been taken away. This
v. . done because the administration
had changed to the Dominion government, He lie lii ed. howi ,-er, thai
the go\. ; nmenl would thoro i
protei i  the city's interes -.
Protect  Purity of Water.
Hon. Mr. Oliver had assured him
that a highly competem sanitary en-
I e er would be engage I bj the government, and would ha\e to be paid
by the Vancouver Powe Co., and tne
purity of the water would be maintained in perpetuity,
lie had gone iei the meeting at the
��� .hibltlon groun is. after being received, a half Invitation to It, after
having asked Mr, Lee, who called th
meeting, whether he wns supposed to
be present. He hud felt that this
was a ease where the dignity of ihe
mayor  should   he  asserted.
It had been asserted that be had
received a commission for obtaining
$1(iii.0lHi from the B. C. E. R, to assisi
the Schaake Machine Works. He
absolutely denied ever having received a cent
Mr. Creighton had mentioned lha'
he, the speaker, bad wanted to sell
the waterfront to the C.P.R. lt was
absurd that he should want to sell
to a company which he had fought
for many years.
Mayor Keary also denied the allegations that he had tried to sell the
lighting system of the ciiy.
That Star  Chamber.
He had been accused of being a
"star chamber man." Mr. Keary
read from the Daily News of November, 1907, In whicli appeared a report
of a board of trade meeting, when Mr,
Lee moved a motion to exclude tlie
reporters. The passage was as follows:
"The resolution moved by ,). A. Lee
and seconded hy George Small, of
whicli noiice was given one month
ago, to exclude representatives of the
press trom the meetings ol' .he board
of trade, was lost on a deciding vote
of seven to ti n at the regular meeting
of  the   board   lasl   evening	
"J. A. Lee led Off with a vigorous
speech In favor of the resolution. He
stated that he had been led to take
the step because of the action of one
"f the local newspapers in ''epol'ting
a certaHn discussion some time ago
which   the  reporters  had been  askod
to keep out of print, and also because
he had heard a number of members
stale tbal they would nm attend the
meetings so long as lhe reporters
were admitted. He also fell thai
tbe presen ie of reporters Interfered
with the frea and open discussion of
subjects.
"Speaking for hiuisell he fell 'hai
he could noi express himself as freelj
as lie would like because his remarks
would he reported, and his business
arrangements would be Interfered
with. Mr. Lee stated thai as members of the board of trade thoy were
not amenable to the public for what
they did. They paid for theJr privileges and had their rights, and as a
board were in nu way responsible to
the puhlic. They were not to consider reporers or newspapers in the matter, lei! to act in a manner that would
best serve the interests of the board
nl trade."
Freedom of the Press.
The speaker had been accused of
keeping oui the press, and he believed that certain aldermen had circulated reports to this or similar effect, and he challenged them to say
so to his face. Mayor Keary absolutely denied having tried to exclude
tlie press from any meeting. The
councils   silling  wiih   him  as   mayor
had given III'' city the besl of governmenl su Iat as their ability would enable them. Everything s> far had
been blamed ou the mayor, but the
seven aldermen with him controlled
the situation; he was only.the advisor.
llis   accusers     had   brought   broad
> ments against him. but they had
nol been able, nor would they he able
to prov,- a sii'i-le siat' ment when it
.. ,  ���    SOI I' li   out.
Mayor Keary read a letter from
Aid. George Adams, sent to the manager or Ihe Dally News, and reproduced elsewhere. Minor Keary was
again  given  great   applause.
John A. Lee.
Mr. Lee was well received. lb'
Wished to draw the attention of some
of the electors to some of the things
dune under the present civic government.
Referring to tht meeting held with
the   Hon.   Frank   Oliver   at   tie.   time
(Contiuut-d on Page Five).
RENDER ISLAND
JOINS IN CAMPAIGN
Residents to Assist Local
Board of Trade in Fight
For Victoria Boat.
BURNABY LOTS FETCH
VtKY HIGH FIGURE
Three   Situated   Near   Municipal   Hall
Sell   For  About Ten  Thousand
Dollars.
Tbe Jebsen line, of Seattle, has issued the schedule for Its winter trips
down the coast to Mexican points.
New Westminster is not included in
the Itinerary, while Vancouver and
Victoria are. Efforts will probably ���
be made by the hoard of trade to
have this city Included In the list of
the ports of call.
The Women's Educational Club of
Columbian College wlll hold a meeting at the residence of Mrs. Cover-,
dale Watson, on Third avenue on
Tuesday evening of the coming week.
As Important business will be up for
consideration a full attendance of the I
club ls requested.
One of the largest real estate deals
during the past week was the sale ot
three lots near Burnaby Hall for the
sum of $10,000. The property, lots
11, 12 and 13 In block 05 was secured
bv a Vancouver man from a local
dealer. The price paid is considered
very reasonable by people who are
conversant with the values in that
vicinity. ,���
The business ln suburban property
still continues very brisk, many of
the purchasers buying for the purpose
of building and not for speculation.
Many deals are reported from the
south side of the river, and the Sapperton property ls rapidly advancing
ln value. Lulu Island Is also demanding a good share of attention, property along the proposed new car ��ne
being  especially ih demand.
D. G. S. GEORGIA 18
SUCCESSFULLY REFLOATED
J.  W.   Pike's  Dredge   Beaver     No.    1
Released Her From Mud and She
is Now in Port.
Vote for    Keary the  Royal    City's
long tried and faithful  servant.
The government steamer Georgia,
of the fisheries patrol fleet, returned
to the city yesterday after being successfully floated from the mud banks
of the Pitt river, where she grounded
last Saturday. The steamer is absolutely uninjured, the sand being unable to cause damage to the hull.
The releasing of the Georgia from
the mud was effected by the aid of
J. W. Pike's dredge, Heaver No. 1,
which was at the time of the accident deepening the channel of the Coquitlam river, and was towed by the
tug Nellie Thurston to the scene of
the accident.
A channel of about 200 feet had to
be cut to allow the vessel to be towed
Into deep water, and In spite of the
stormy weather which prevailed the
Georgia was refloated and towed
off. The dredge then went buck to
Coquitlam.
The following petition, which is
the result of an active campaign carried on by the local board of trade in
getting the river ports in line for the
proposed daily Steamship service between tins city and Victoria, has
heen forwarded to Captain Troup,
head ol the C P. K. marine service:
"To the New Westminster Hoard of
Trade:
"We, the undersigned residents and
shippers oi Pender Islan I are verv
desirous of assisting your honorable
body In your efforts to get dally service b) CP.R. sii'umei between the
cities of New Westminster and Victoria.
'Tender Island being so advantageously situated on the main route
ln the Quit of Georgia is willing iu
every way possible to encourage
trade hy Its being made u regulai
port of call by steamer both ways,
which would help to make more progress and settlement than at present
with Its great want of transportation
facilities."
QUICK WORK.
City   Police   Locate   Wanted   Men   In
Just   Forty   Minutes.
A good piece of work wns done by
the city police here on Thursday
night, when they arrested two men
wanted in Vancouver on a charge of
burglary. Descriptions of the men
were telephoned here from Vancouver at 8:50 p.m. and by 9.30 they had
been arrested by detective Bradshaw
and Constable Johnson, who located
them ln a down town hotel. When
arrested they gave their names as
John Mann and Wm. Palmer.
Constable McKay came over from
Vancouver yesterday morning nnd
took the men back to the terminal
city on the 11 o'clock car.
IfAKGED BY THE NECK
URTiL YOU ARE DEAD"
V
Radclive   Carm     Out Sen-
_r
tence of <^\irt on Japan-
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ese Crucial.
in-
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hit,
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Willi   the   inbred   stoicism   of
Nipponese, the Japanese murderer,
Yoshikawa, walked slowl) from
cell in the provincial jail te) the scaffold in the courtyard yesterday morning, his face devoid of expression except for a slight indication of ailen-
tlve listening as the Bud hist priest
pronounced the solemn worda of a
prayer.
A Sliding Board.
As the prayer ceased, the condemned man. standing erect and unflinching in the certre of the trap
through which lay tl e way to death,
closed his eyes. Uadcllve, the official hangman, walked briskly over,
unwound tbe rope from the beam
above, to wnich it was fastened to
readiness, adjusted the black cap,
and the noose.     Then at a signal be
stepped to the lever, threw Off the
lock that secured it. and pushed it
sharply back. The place where Yoshikawa stood was empty and only
indication of bis fate were the reversed lever, and the swaying tautened rope.
For a few moments the small party of officials on the scaffold watched
the body as it swung, then went. Into
the building. Not a word did the
condemned man utter, noi a sign did
l,o give to show that he w.is interested iu the group of men gathered in
the courtyard below to see how a
man would die.
Quick Death.
In   his  cell   ho  gave no  trouble  to
(Continued on Page Two).
YOUNG MAN DISAPPEARS
IN CLEARWATER COUNTRY
When  Last    Heard of    Was at    Raft
River���Feared  He   May  Have
Starved in  Bush.
Kamloops, Dec. 10.���A great deal of
anxiety is being felt by lie Ir friends
over the mysterious disappearance of
a young man named S. V. Howe and
nis companion, a umber ci uiser
named Cunningham, who nearly th.x-e
weeks ago lefl Kamloops to look
over some timber lands up the Clearwater river, and of whom no word
has been received since November li.
Young Howe, wlio is a recent grad-
uaie of Yale, and a sou of a millionaire lumberman of Minneapolis, and
Cunningham came to Kamloops about
September Ifi with the object of going to the Clearwater country, as
stated. They purchased some supplies locally, and a couple oi horses,
and left for upriver.
On September 25 they bought further supplies from G. Fennel, tbe
well known trader at Chu-Chua, North
Thompson, and left for the timber
berths to be Inspected. For some
time nothing more was heard of tlitm
and then there came a letter to hl��
father from young Howe dated "In
Camp, Nov. 13," and from the fact
that he mentions having seen the
falls and the donkey engine taken
there some years ago by a logging
out lit, ll is presumed they were at
that time at Hall river. Since then
there bus been no word of any kind
from  them.
At the police court yesterday morning one drunk was fined the usual
$2.50 and costs.
PAYING   TAXES   THEY
MAY   RECEIVE  BACK
London, Dec. 111.���The government
bus already taken an indirect step toward averting the "financial chaos"
wiili which il and lis supporters win
threatened as the resull of the action
of the House of Lords on the tlnance
bill. The treasury department bas
Informed wholesale tea dealers that
whichever party ls successful in the
general elections, will relmpose and
make retroactive the tea duty proposed in (he budget. Tie dealers
have accordingly resloved to pay the
duty on the understanding that they
will be reimbursed it the tax is not
reimposed.
Tbe opposition newspapers assert
that although in view of the budget
not passing, nobody Is compelled to
pay the proposed taxes, refusal to de
so will be nt the refuser's peril, and Is
likely to entail disagreeable consequences. They point out ways by
which the treasury officials can exert
pressure to which taxpayers will be
wise to yield.
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��� Ottawa, Dec. 9, 1909. ���
��� The Daily News Is ln receipt *)
��� of the following telegram: ���
��� "Daily News,���Impossible to ���
��� be  home before election day. ���
��� Trusting   the   ratepayers  will ���
��� honor us   with   their support ���
��� and  confidence. ���
��� "ADAMS  &  GRAY." ���
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
IMS' IS JTOE
PRONOUNCED READ
death of the murderer. Shortly after the official announcement of
death was made, the black flag floated out at half-mast from the start
over the jail, and a printed notice
was at( elied to the jail pates, certl-
y     than runnin.:.    was one of
best :ive-milers in the business,
tlle
 SATURDAY,   DECEMBER
Hockey War in the East.
Montreal,    Dee.    10.���The    hockej
way will  go on.     This was decided
fyinp to tbe  successful  execution of   when the two rival  leagues, the Ca-
The   Funeral    Postponed    Was    After
the Mourners Had Assembled in
Readiness.
T.  Yoshikawa,   murderer.
A   coroner's  jury    was  empanelled
by the provincial polio,- from among   sion of which it  was  given out  that
; nadian eand the National, held nn ��� I
ines at  the Winds r, at  the conolu-
St. Paul. Minn.. Dec. 10.���Is Mrs
Chariotta Willner, who is supposed to
have succumbed to heart failure in a
dentist's chair on Sunday, alive or
dead?
This is the question that St. Paul
friends of the woman are asking
themselves today. As the body of
MreSL Willner lay on a morgue slab at
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, she
���U pronounced alive by Isaac Dever-
maji, an undertaker's assistant and
liypnotist. who said that he had
brought her back to life by massaging
hor heart and by directing his will.
To prove his assertion before assembled friends, the young man placed
i mirror before the ttps of the prostrate  woman.      Vapor  formed   up
the s; ��� :. ', prono m     I deatn
from dislocation  of the  neck.      Th.e
body was then turned over to thi    ���'
dertakers'  the Murchie   Undertaking
pari ire, for Interment in the Potter's
field.
CIVIL   AND
MILITARY
AUTHORITIES   CLASH
Winnipeg. Dec. 10.���A case thai is
the clubs in the Canadian leagui
I be the Ottawas, Montreal.
Shamrocks. Nationals and Quebec,
and the National league with Wanderers and a new French team, Renfrew, Healleybury and Cobalt. The
Canadians will be under the managi
ment of Lavtolette and Pitre. wii!
also be with it. A great war for
players is expected . The Canadian
league drew up its schedule for tin
The Goods
Require to Keep
]\arm
exciting considerable Interest in mill- season, but it was not given oui, as
tary circles came    up    before Judge jt __ desired to keep the other leag . a
Walker today.      In  August  last.  Mc- in the dark as to the dates.
Intoah, a street car conductor. Insist- ���
ed on running liis car through the
ranks of the Nlntletb regiment, while
on parade, and was arrested by the
military authorities. Lieutenant-
Colonel Billman appears as plaintiff
because of his military position. The
cease will probably go to the highest
��� mrt in the    realm    before it is fln-
NOTICE.
the glass and physicians were Imi   ���    ' ' ������ because the question as t0 re-
diateiv summoned.     After Btrenuous  E     tlve military and civi     lght8 is
,,e v���j | ue ol great importance.
efforts were made by th
to resuscitate  the   woman,    hi r  Hps
were seen to move and muttei   unintelligibly.
Following the announcement ol '
physicians the funeral was postpom .
and the hearse and 30 carriages 'e1" '���
dismissed by excited friends of Mrs.
Willner.
loiter ln the day th assembled
physicians. <announ ed tl rigor mortis had set in and the woman was
again pre enounced di I I
Bight physicians connected with
the case would give little light on the
subject today.
Saved  by a  Pocketbook.
London. Dec.  10.���Poii ���   Const
Oi ar was stated at the Wl  esdei
lice court to have been sl      ed in th'
.  .��� <t with a hatpin by a woman. His
notebook saved him fron. injury.
TORONTO  CLUB   WILL
TRAIN
IN   SOUTH
Take notice that thirty days afl
date 1, Edith Louise Paterson. of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, teacher,
intend to apply for a license to pros-
pecl for coal and petroleum on the
follow lng  di     : i' ��� J  lands:
Commencing ai a post pianted al
the southwest corner of Centra; Park,
thence no: i S i hains I t< nc ��� i:
SO chains, thence south See chains,
... -��� SO chains to plao ol
conn:.. t, containing I 4    aeres
: . ������ or less
EDITH LOUISE PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent
Located December T. I
I
���
FINNISH   FARMERS
WILL COME TO CANADA
Heislngfors, Dee. 10.���Large numbers of Finnish fanners and laborers,
who say they can no longer stand the
oppressive measures Of the Russian
government, and its encroachments
���on their independence, have decided
to emigrate to Canada and the United
S.tates. Three hundred have already
eesailee^d from the port of Hango, and it
is believed that in the spring the emi-
graiion will assume vast proportions.
The people who are to make their future homes on the other side of the
Atlantic are mostly well-to-do. and
will aid in building up the farming
country of Canada and the Western
United States.
Toronto. Dec. 10.���President McCaf-
fery  of  the  Tore.;.:..  Ball  club,  con-j
firmed the reporl I    t the ti am would
not train at    Chatham    next  spring
Arrangements  . not    been  made
definitely, but it is expected tbe i   ���
NOTICE.
_______
District cf New Westminster.
Take m.".      thai  thlrtj   days  after,
date    I.   John    William    Beatty,    of j
Vancouver, li. C. occupation painter.
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the
will be located  with  the New York 1 following      - I lands
Americans   in    Gi   rgia.       President      Coir.::.-:    ng i   i   st   planted  at
Mei ..;'���:.���   lenied thi   report that Joe jthe northe;   ���      -.:.     ���      Mary Su
Kelly was - ing to manage the team   mere, * northeast    comer pos;  on  the |
from   the   bench   next   season.      Joe   Boundary road, one mile north of I  ���
said he    would    be in    the game as   B.C.E.R.   tramway,    ;     ���.��� .   north   s"
usual 'chains, thence west SO chains, thence!
 '������  'south SO chains, thence east 80 chains
Ten-round Bcuts in Boston. I to  place  of  coi  men    : ent,  contain-i
Wool-Lined Mocha Gloves.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Wool Gloves
Get  one of those new
colors.
Mufflers, inl'all
These palmists do ;.
please a person, bui
mm the cradle to ti... ,
t shows in your hand,
la sl   el   New W sin
must   be    satisfactory
will be made.     Ad I ���
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
THE
-IN-
DAILY
E W b
ALL AT
"Hanged By the Neck
' Until You Are Dead"
Boston. Dec. 10.���The Armory club
has decided  to limit its bouts to 10
rounds instead of 12 and the National
club  is  also  out  with  an  announce-'
ment   that  l"-round  bouts will  make;
up its program  at  its next meetin-
Tbe    reduction    ln    the    number of:
rounds is a new departure here. Jimmy   Walsh,   bantamweight  champion,
will   box  Patsy  Brannican  or Young,
Zeringer of Pittsburg at the Armory
Di  ember 21.      There  will    be  ;"',
other bouts the same night between
Eddie  Curtis    of    Philadelphia   and
Henry     Myers   of   Charleston   and
Young Stagg of New York and  Max
b- uttei --on.
ing 640 acres nwre or less.
JOHN   WILLIAM   BEATTY.
T. J. BEATTY. Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
NOTICE.
District of Nev.  Westminster.
Take notice that  thirty days
date.   I   Thomas   James    Beati
Vancouver.  B. C,  i      ,, ���" n
intend to a. ply foi
pect for coal and  pel       im on  the'
following
Commi :a Ing plat '��� d  at j
the southwest  corner ol  district  lot;
twenty     ��� 2025)
PHILLIPS
The��Wardrobe
lothier
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COA
New Wellington
_r
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone  105 P. O. Box 345
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL to the public
through the coiumni of THE DAiLY
NEWS.    The  Mori>:ng Paper,
LAND  ACT.
(Continued from Page Ol
his jailors, following the  usual
tine of prison ingl;
Uio'il  ���        care    of the  fate
aw aired him, eai I sleeping
even on thi Is earl
existence.      At
Eteei S   1
shot from thi Ir socket
of thi
d   to
I - :
i.
The moral
'-'      ��� . (fold
*     protected
��" :  '���;���
t i     ��� .
were gal
r.-~-     ���   ������ ���       j to 1
br-r of some I :       duty
���or curiosity  I last
'- Is  " .inal.
mile  race  for  the   British  Columhia
vrt-- .   :   .:i-..y on I championship  I lasl   night.      li
the  second   floor the   was about half ���    the good at
���? '    ; : time was 27:24 1-5.
strong.    Dej She '    tin    ]      ���   ��������� v. ; at the Assem
H--'-"   _ Radclin i      i       ape-   riul. before a large and enthusiastic
: thi   '    th wai       ���'��� rowd.
kej-e-   their    ....        ���       ���       prisom The    winner     will     probablv    be
""-'     ' '" '       Dr-  v" Inst   John D. Marsh of
'!s"   '""���   ���'"'    ' testify t    thi    \ iver,   who  before  he  took   up i
SALT   LAKE   CITY
CHOSEN  AS  SITE
Di ���.    10.���"Th      Ji .: .  -
��� .'   will   be    held  in   S It
nd it wil    I
���   l's    ; isl ���:
I sports )  -'
to fix ai
Salt Lake in ord ; ... thi
11
t me i
the i
it wi
....
���
is, hold
i
chains,    thenci     wesl    SO chaii
place   of   commencement,   containing
' ;    acres more or li -
THOMAS  JAMES   BEATTY.
Located December 7.  .
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
Bayliss Beats Stanley.
-Frank Bayliss of
jily    defeated      William
le runner, in a flve-
NOTICE.
D strict of New Westminster.
Take i I      y days
; ��� :       ace Beatty o
at    ' :
end       ipply 1 eense to
I ���   '     ir i        and  ; ��� troleum on the
a_
Commeni lng    al    % pt        planti d
twenty cl    ���-       ���       T. J. B. northwest c   ;        tl :.    tl   ���
thence east  80  cha        U       ���   south
���    tins,  thi :.'������   wi st   SO chains, to
place   of   con:- ��� :       ent,   containing
640 ai res mon  ier less.
CATHERINE   FLORENCE  BEATTY.
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.
Located December 7, 1909.
fj_________x_i__f_^��^^^ -c, ���-'>��^i��fei��'a__��as5MaKai ���
I
NOTICE.
I
P.
���:-"S*������"'^a-?.'   w- "'..���:'-������.l____t'~.    ��&*^~_r?.
1
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Pou
l(try
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days aftei
date I, Lizzie Paterson, of Vancou-
ver, B. C, occupation, lady, intend J
to apply for a license to prospect foi
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted at I
the  northeast    corner    of    lot   1 '38 j
thence  west   80  chains, thence
80 chains,    thence    easi     S    -    ...
thence  north 80 chains, to plac    i I .
commencement  containing  6-iij  acres
more or less.
LIZZIE PATERSON,
T. J. BEATTY, Agent
Located .November 30, 1909,
C. Mflls, Ti
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
and!
on
Manatactmer* and Dealer* ut AU Ktna
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors, \
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
New Westminster Land D strict, District of New Westminster.
:
Mc<3 . . i      ol    :���      Wi a
' ' . ��� ��� . i . ,���
Is to apply i a     ,..-���
' '
Co        ��� planted on
. ���   nf    W< Ic :..    P
Lot II
1     New     ,.
yof sal l Lol I 178,
or  li --  to the i
,'ilnn.     ' '      -'
'   ���'
:���
following the south 1
Timb
'    "     '    ah"!.      Of    H   ei!'"'.
southerly,    westi rly
the i      e of Half '
Welcome Pass to point
ment containing one bun In '1 md w--
ty 1160 acres more or li
JOHN FERDINAND '���','
Agenl fe'  William Os Qm'
lie.
Dated, November 23rd, I
FARMERS ATTENTIO
Lui.iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
'IN
U
_;. - .   . .
NOTICE.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Weutmingter
nam
District of New Westminster.
Taki notice that thirty da>s after
date I, a. ,;. Paterson, of Vai
ver, B. C, occupation broker, intend
to apply a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at I
the   meniaast   corner  of district  lol
805,  thence  west    80 chains,  thence
south    Sn    chains,    thence    east   go
ehains.    thence  north  Sn    chains  t��� ' land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
_,~ lev.   -
LSjUVUU   h'UEi^''- , 'hZi
V"i will tinj it t�� your    "���'���'���'���' ;e
t<   arr-tnee your hooking Bl  '    B office.
whether you Intend to travel or send'
Ine for your friends.
Por dates of sailing and pari       '*
apply to
K. GOf LET.
C. P. K. Agent.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfoundland,  anri  in   London,  Eng-
>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,,,,,,������������+����+��******
containing
place of commencement,
li-lu acres more or less.
ADAMIKAN JUDSON  PATERSON
T. J. BEATTY, Agent.'
Located November 3n, lft(iri
District of New Westminster.
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.
���
i
t
t
���
|
Savings Bank Department���Deposits  ��
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
Unking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parte of the
world.
RYALL'S
LTD.
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
Embodies the newest and  best ide^
i    ae,u annum (present rate).
the druggist and
joptician.;
Eyes Tested Free.   .'Phone 57.
�������������������>������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������<����������������������������������������
*
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;
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E. C. TRA VES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, ,4 !
LUXURY. It is ngfcted with 'both j
electricity and gas; the most brilliant-'
Ir Illuminated train fn the world. The'.	
Mulpment ooaslsttof private compart TELEPHONE 604.
ment oars, .��t��ndard 16 section sleep.   .
- inxorions 4imng car, reciinin. Japanese Employment Agents
Total Assets ov>er $168,000,000.(10.
WEVtf WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Msna^er
P.  O. BOX 893
. reclinln?
eaalr cars (seats free), modern d.iy;
OOMhes and htrtfst, library and smok-'
i��it m?-.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or ���ny
further Information call on or write
R W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wa��h. I
Contracting and all kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next   Cosmopolitan   Hotel.)
DINING AI KENNV'S
is an event of a lifetime, and the ffen-
era! verdict of all who have done so
ls that they want to repeat the 'v
pcrience ns often as possible, for our
lood ls always of the highest qoalltr.
clean, wholesome and satisfying. n"d
served in the best style, (juickiy and
promptly.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM  OFFICE.
OPP.
3��il* >, SATURDAY,
DECEMBER    11,    1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBB.
Do These
ShoePricei
Interest
You?
Y      J
(Saturday) we are offering specially
Reduced Prices
Our windows are full of these
Genuine Shoe Snaps
ar.. v.!
Window for Men's Shoes
NO   REST   FOR  TERRIBLE   ITCH.
Till   Oil   of   Wlntergreen    Compound
Made His Skin as Pure as Ever.
I.uilnrli   of iron Bridge,
i.   ii   11.  i'roserip-
"ii nf   wlntergreen, thymol,
���     . a wonderful cure tor
Ila  has  good  reason
o  in-, ordinj   to bis let-
rcli 27, 1909:
iftered for years," he says,
e ma, and now through using
bottles of your  wonderful cure,
pure as ll ever was.
'���'as   So   had   1   could   not
' not Bleep,     1 could not
it all toi the terrible itch.
Ilks    In your    wonderful medium cured."
e   is  a   germ  disease,  and
are  i Ighl   in  the Skin,
li es will not cure it. The
tive wav  is lo neat the itch
vhen      .  Itch is.     D. 1). D. Prescrip-
rati    iho pores of the skin,
Kills iia   germs which  cause the ec
ema,  givi      i. tani   relief  from  the
awful Itch and permanently cures.    1
unhesitatingly recommend It.    Frank
Mackenzie,   Druggist,   New  Westminster.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
*   RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7: 56.
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for
all    points    East,    Including   United
Statas points, St. Paul and Kast.
Agassiz  I,oral  leaves  17:35.
For further particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. It. Agent.
Mi
of
i row di e   ��..:��� Ine I
uinandale  I Ills wei k.
Miss i .a    Alal iin   ��....   i Isitlng
Mrs. J ti \., a ,  a. i i   i his  *>
��       e,        *
M i   ai.   Dockrill,   suite   ������
Stan.         eurt,    Vani ouvi r,  will    re-
first   time next Thursday  afti   ; a aud  afterward  no  the
flrst M- of tl     i     iti
Mi
Miss
gui . ts
Ini
riiis oi
nf Mis
wei
. innington and
iver    were  i'"1
J, S   Hawkshaw   dur-
Mi  .
avenue
ti.   ii.   M
wlll   nol
ie-      .  W dnesda
Dockrill, Queen's
i e c< Ive until the
In January.
I-:. A. Jenns and Mrs, Hamilton'!. .Ions lefl on Frldaj for C'ali-
fni'iiia v\ here thej  will r< main for the
resl ol the winter.
��   *    .
Mr.  Hagen  Hohenberg, of Vancouver, was i in1 gui at ol Mr. and Mrs. T.
I ii  .  las Shei Iff, on  Fi Idaj.
��� ��    e
Mrs. William Allison, o, 513 Tenth
street,   will   not   receive    during  De-
cember or January.
* *   ���
Mis. T. Douglas Sheriff was mi
Fi'Idaj evening tin' hostess of a
brighl dinner party, ihe i uests bring
Dr. and Mis. T. Ward.au Taylor.
Miss Martin, Miss Rowan, Miss Blair
Mr, Hagen Hohenberg
ami Mr, Blair (Vancou-
since lur arrival in Xew Westminster.       Mrs.   Hawkshaw   was   also   at
hole a . .,!M| er    111     liar    Va la -oll\ I e ]
I I ll     a a ialis     hciug       JSS'I' d   'tO
Mis.   S; Asa,i.e.,a,     Mrs.  .1.   W.
Herri Dr,     Bingaj     it'1 ntral
Park e. Mrs. Nickerson, Mrs. J, Powell Roberts, Mrs, Peart, Mis. si. John
Wrlglt ... i Miss Wright. Mrs. Qeorge
Montsi i ia-. Mrs. i-l. w. Cai l-Hllton,
Mrs. T. Parkinson, Mrs. Oscar Olm-
stead, Mia. Gi orge Mather, Mrs. (.'.
Millard, Mrs. n. ,\. Holman and Miss
Frank Lyle, .Mis. s.
Phipps and Miss Phipps, Mrs. .1. Randolph MacPhali, Mrs. Trythall, Mrs.
G. Hamilton Peake, .Mrs. E. VV. Keen-
frvlne and Miss Irvine,
Mrs. y i:. Cartwright, Mrs. Donald
McGowen, Mrs. w. k. Brown ami
Miss Brown, Mrs. ('. II. Wilson ami
da' Misses Wilson. Mrs. I.. E, Haines.
Mrs. Webster. Aliases Binnlngton,
Mrs. Harrj Murray. Mrs c. Gillllan I
MeClean, Mrs. K. B. Morgan and -Mrs.
Washington G. MeClean. The rooms
wi re decorated witb smilax and
chrysantlieuiuiiis, the tea table was
presided over by Mrs. Nickerson
Miss MeClean. Miss Phipps and Miss
liinnington assisleil in receiving the
gin sts. Cards were also left by the
following: Mrs. Qeorge A. Allen," Mrs.
Nevllle-Smlth, Mrs. .1. II. Vidal. Mrs.
I'. H MacGowan, Miss MacGowan,
���Mrs. ii. ,i. \. Burnett, Miss Burnett,
Miss Eastman and others.
*    *    *
Mrs    Hawkshaw   will     nut   receive
again until ihe fourth Wednesday in
January.
1 taining a print on a reduced scale for
use of the puhlic, also to have tbe
mail COpj righted.
CHICAGO   BOWLERS   USE
OVERWEIGHT   BALLS
RICHMOND   COUNCIL.
t Vancouver),
i Vancouver I,
ver).
Mr. W. 11. Kllgi
Vancouvei' during
was a
��� week
visitor to
Men's 15-lnch Hrown Moose
Prospector Iioots, regular $6.50
value for $4.95
$6 "ii 18-inch Top Black Mui
Hide    Prospectors.       Today's
price    $4.50
$5.00 Oxblood Bluchers, a
double-sole winter hunt. Saturday's   price    $4.25
(3.50   I'.ox   Calf   Bluchers,   a
d . Mum    weight   worklngman's
.     Price    $2-95
Men's $1.50 Berlin Felt House
Blippers.   Price  $1-15
ra
��
Jackson Printing
Company
have finished installing their
new plant in the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders promptly. They have
put in an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, as well as
the better grades of commercial
work.      TELEPHONE 388.
Rev. and Mrs. King, of Indore, Central India, who have bei n visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cunningham Brown,
left ou  Wednesdaj   lor Brandon.
*   +   *
Miss Blair and Mr. Blair of Vancouver, were Uie guests oi Mr. and
Mis. T. Douglas Sheriff.
A regular meeting of ihe council
was held al lhe town hall on Saturday. December \, at which Un- reeve
and all the councillors were present.
Tenders for Hie purchase of $350,-
iiiiii I 1-- per cent, debentun ., were
submitted from Messrs. Aemllius Jarvis .v- Co.. c,. A. Stimson & Co.. J. 1'.
Roberts, Wood, Gundy & Co., Dominion Securities Corporation, and Stein-
er, Dunlop & Co. No tendei- was
accepted.
Captain  Hur
hed  o
4   and
might
lies
Window for Ladies' Shoes
Ladies'   $4.50   Dark   Tan   Winter
Bluchers.    Price   $3.50
Ladies'     $4.60    Patent     Leather
ichers   $3.20
Ladies'   $3.60   Fine   Kid   Velour
Calf   Boots.     Price    $2.95
Ladles'  $3.00  Hox  Calf,  medium
"eight winter boot.    Price  .-$2.50
Ladies'   German   Felt   Slippers.
Price   $1.00 and $1.15
First Arrival of
New Fall Goods
In all ihe latest shades and fashions.
.1'ist opened out. You'll be delighted
'e> see them.
J, N.tVi!hison,Mercliant Tailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
MAKE YOUR APHcAL to the public
through the columns cf THE DAILY
NEWS     The   Morning   Paper.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
The bazaar held by th.- Women's
Auxiliary of St. Barnabn church oh
IITuesday afternoon and evening was
a eai success. At the work table
which was looked afti r i Mt s. Can-
tell ainl Mrs. Andrews, manj useful
articles were displayed. The flower
ainl card booth was in chai i o Miss
Corbould and Ml Wright, the lisb
pond was looked after i..> Miss M.
Wilkle, Wl Hi Uie fancy work stall
was hi charge ni Mia George Wolfen-
don. In the aftei noon and evening
de ll ams lea was s. I \ ��� ii ill B, ti. E.
Coi lueiilil ami  Mrs.  Granl   I'" kin    .ei
ti r this department.
* *    *
Another bucci Bsful bazi. r was that
heal under the auspice.��� ee; the Women's Auxiliary of 11".. Trinity, on
Wednesday, whicli was a drawing
c ird to tho " I wei e on the look-
out  for    handBome    Christmas gifts.
Mrs. Dickinson and Mrs. Saunders
v.. ri    in   chargi    ol   the   work   table,
I v.here many useful articles we're
shown. The fancy- stal; contained
numerous dainty gifts and was looked
after by Miss Jones, The card stall
was in charge of .Miss Barclay, Miss
Annadale and Miss Crowder. The
delicatessen table was most inviting
and was looked after by Mrs. Cougan.
Delicious tea was served in the afternoon b.v Mrs. Dickinson, who was assisted by Miss Phillips. Miss McColl
aud Miss Harvey. Tlie Informal dance
in the evening brought tbe most successful bazaar to a  close.
��� ���    ��
Yesterday a lea in aid of the manse
fund   was  'held   at   the  home  of  Mrs.
A. 11. Gordon's, under the auspices of
! the ladies of  St.    Stephen's  1'resby-
The affair was most
home-made candy and
finding a ready sale.
wished  to  be noli-
Ihe opening  up of  roads Nos.
6   so  that     every   precaution
be  taken  for  the safety of  Die
by the authorities of the rifle
terian church.
successful lhe
e fancy  aprons
MAKE   YOUR   CHRISTMAS   SLIPPER    PURCHASES    TODAY,
WHILE   THE   SIZES   ARE   COMPLETE.
Shop early and avoid the usual evening crush.
DEALER IN
Mrs.  J.  E.  Hawkshaw received on
Monday afternoon  for the  first   time
public
range,
Mr.   McDonald's    request    that,  lhe;
plan  of  proposed   subdivision  of   Die
southerly portion ol Bectlon 20, block j
l\.  range    7\v.    he    approved, was
gi anted.
Tlie application of Mr. p, s. Faulk-1
ner on behalf of Messrs. Buchanan
and Mcllvanle for refund of the road
taxes, on the ground nf their being
members of tlie lire brigade, waa
granted.
Tlie mail overseer reported the following work done dur'ng  November:
Two  scow   in.nis  of  rock   us. a   in
' ing roads on Sea Island.     One
load    of     rock     unloaded   and
��� I  on   No.   20  road,      One  bcow
of rock unloadOd  al   Woodward's
'   and  placed  on  the mads.    One
ui .    .D'H   and    placed on Uie wharf.
Two  scow    loads    unloaded    at   the!
te a    hall   ud placed ou No, :i road.
\ two-planli i Idi walk was built
trom Easterbrook's mill to tb" bridge.
No, l ;��� ro nl le. twei a tiie iii at hi Idge
ami No, a road was patched and a
few new planks put In tiie old plank
road. Twn blocks of new sidewalk
wen made, and a new bridge put in
ai Steveston, and ihe dyke between
No. 1 road and the Dm raid eaniier>
having been washed oui. wa repaired as snine damage hid been
done during the storm to the planking put ou the pew breakwater. -\
considerable amount of draining bad
been done on the roads. Tbe Hood
box on Xo. 5 road had been cleared
of logs and rubbish, and has been
partly repaired, but owing to the high
water could not be finished.
The clerk reported that he had
spent some time recently with Mr.
Cleveland with respect to the new
map for the municipality, which is
being prepared and he was instructed to request Mr. Cleveland to have
it.   engraved   for   tbe  purpose  of   ob-
Chicago. Dee. 10.-  Charges that the
majorltj   of  bowlers   in   Chicago are
toiling    wiih      overweight    balls   in
league games were  made at  the meet-
i inn of  the  new  Plenner   league  last
a,,-2. the siib.ji ei being broached by
Charles  Mountain,  who  Introduced i��
, motion requiring lhat every  ball used
I in the league be weighed and measured before evi i y sei ies.
An instance was cited at the '���'��� ith-
ellng ill which oni eef la ei .ear's
Mars in the bowling game decide,) Hi
quit the play for the season and solil
his hill to another man. Alter a
few games rolled wiih the new
sphere the purchase! found tlie ball
lo he a. half pound overweight, The
ball had been used through one c>
lire season in one of the forerun .1
leagues, the Monroe, hut luckily I 1
owner did not land in the money, r,
I hough his club carried off a sm II
bunch of the prize winnings.
TO THE RATEPAYERS Or THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Dailies and Gentlemen,���ln re-
spouse to several large and influential requisitions from the electors ol
the City of Xew Westminster, askim?
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the exten ive puiv
lic Improvements now in hand, and
proposed for the coming year, 1 CM
it my duty to accede to tlie wishes
of the electors in the premises, Mil
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it was
my intention to withdraw from civic
polities at Hie end of the present
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in offlce until tlie Improvemenl program, with which I am familiar In
every detail, is carried out, comiiels
me to how to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected 1 pledge myself to devote
; my very best energies toward pro-
tectlng the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic gov-
ernment, and in every other possible
l way advance the interests of our
city.
Thanking    you,    ladies    und gentlemen, for your generous support in 'he
past, and respectfully soliciting your
' votes and influence, I am,
.fours verv incerely,
W. II. KEARY.
Xew    Westminster,    B. C, Nov. 4,
1909.
TO THE  ELECTORS  OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���At the request of a verj large number of citizens and ratepayers I consented to
allow my name to he submitted to the
people for their support as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
My policy has been, ls. and Wil] be
wholly one of progress and in the interests of all the people of Xew Westminst er. 1 will discuss Issues through
the campaign and ask your careful
consideration of all questions.
Dolling dav December lath. 1009.
.TOIIX  A.  LEI':.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���At the request  of a numbei' of (he ratepayers
of the city I have consented to offer
I myself  as  a  candidate  for  alderman
| in the forthcoming municipal election.
The coming year  we look forward to
being one of vast industrial improve-
' ment in Sapperton, necessitating that
e section of the diy having representation  on   the  alderinanic    board.      tt
; elected as alderman for the year 1919
j I pledge myself to do my utmost  to
; advance the    Interests,    not only of
I Sapperton, but of the city as a whole,
and on these grounds I appeal to the
electors of New Westminster for their
support.
JAS. N. AITCHISON.
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
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.��ttbitt$&&*: 2<ym*m;*ii^:Ki$'w
ohnston's
lioe House, Ltd.
[Sign of The Big Electric Boot
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
Look at Yourself I Clothes of
THEN   COME  TO   US AND  LET  US
FIT YOU WITH A NEW
Clip The Horse
���  , i��irt
One of the greatest imp
Btahls managements, accord
custom of clipping horses.
A clipped horse will not
work  than a horse with Us
time have more lit? in him.
horse will be dull, out of co
or clean.
Clipping again removes
is no comparison between
one.
It. will pay to put one o
in your stable.   Call in and
iiy,  convenience  ln  handlln
these machines.
rovements   ever   Introduced   into
ing to leading veterinarians, is the
only   do   a   greater   ^m^[
natural coat, but will at the same
On the other hand, the undipped
ndition,   and   seldom   U  ever   dry
the tendency to sweat, and there
a long wet coat and a short dry
f our  Twentieth  Century  Clippers
e   us explain to you the stapUc-
nnd   the   advantages   ot   using
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
A Savings Account at
the Hank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future US '���
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to start with (*100
will do), and see how
much you can add to
your balance before next
New Year.
We pay Interest on
your balances.
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
BankofToronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J. flracey, Mgr.
of Clothes
WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE GOODS AND CAN SATISFY
THE MOST PARTICULAR. AND AS TO PRICES���WELL, LET
US  SAY
From $12 Up
OUR CHI8TMAS STOCK 18 NOW COMPLETE, AND WE
SPECIALIZE ALONG THE LINE OF ALL THOSE LITTLE
FIXINGS  THAT  GO  TO  MAKE THE WELL-DRESSED MAN.
The Acme Clothing Co.
Columbia Street
A. Chappel, Manager
the Hour
Not Winter's styles revamped, but
exact facsimiles of the garments worn
now by London's and New York's
best dressed  set.
Our spring models are the highest
achievements in Clothes Making���
Tailored with Custom care.
Fabrics that the manufacturers of
England and Scotland have placed at
our feet for beauty of coloring and
good   taste.
It Is satisfaction, perfect fit or no
sale when you come to us.
Summer Suits
$12 to $30
Male Attire
Tailored Clothes
THE ACME CLOTHING CO., A.
CHAPPELL, Manager, New West-
mnster, B. C.���Our Agents.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER
Tne Daily News
'     DREDGING   WORK.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Kenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  D
tor
I: Is most satisfactory to learn that
Published by Tne Dally .News Pnbilsh. th(? Government steamer Georgia has
fcs Compmy, Limited, at their offices .,t. M quickly ^j M (successfully
The Daily News 1 ! Mc-   refloated  off    the 6:vndba:ik  at    Pit:
Lake, upon which sh�� ran aground.
It is not the less gratifying to know
t this i ��� ilent service was a ���
complished by the dredge Beaver No.
1, owned by .Mr. J. W. Pike. The task
was b.v no means an easy one, for
a channel some two hundred feet long
had to be cleared in the rough wafc r
before the stranded Georgia could be
set free.
By the way, surely this dredge
could be used for the most necessary
work of clearing the Sixth street slip.
the condition of -which has caused and
is causing so much inconvenience and
trouble to the many who have to use j
elicited such wide and general con- this, the principal water approach to
corn. This because the activity just t|ie c|ty for small boats, whilst the
now being displayed by the citizens accumulation of filth and debris here
of New Westminster shows that they
ted al  the Land Registry OiTie.
\ a   Westminster,  Province of  Brit-
notice that an application haslisl 0 1 in bia, this 30th day of Novem-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER
WHO SHALL IT BE?
Quite a lengthy period of time has
elapsed since so much interest was
displayed in a mayoral contest in this
city as is now in evidence. It is good
to  see  that  the  present   contest   has
made i'1 r< ->" " Charles Brad-
. .   is 'lie owner in fee simple, under a tax  sale deed  from  the  reeve
and clerk of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury,   bearing date   the   16th   day  ol
July. A. D., 1908, of all and singula!
thai  ceretain parcel or tract of    land
and premises rituate, lying and being
in  tht   District of New  Westminster.
In the Province of British Columbia.
parti   :lar!y    known    and    described as Lots 15 and It', subdivisi> :.
I .      :. _. :���: ;v.r; of Lot 2-2, Group 1.
You and th isi  claiming through
under you  and all  pernors  claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue  of  any  unregistered  instru:..-.
and all persons claiming any interesl
in the  said land bj   desceit,  w
title is not registered under the pro ,
-   aa  of  the "Land   Registry  Act.
are required to contest  the claim of
the tax    purchaser    vrnhin forty-fiv.
days from the date of the Bervice of
this notice  upon you. and in d. fau
of a caveat    r certificate oi 11
A, D.. 111".'-
C. S. KKITH.
District Registrar.
James Hiland. James Highland.
TENDERS.
are    fully    alive    to  tlie  importance
of  the  decision  to  be arrived  ai   on
Monday  next and are c ncerned  i":'
thi  present ind future welfare ol '
city.
There should no- be any doubt in
the n Ind of any intelligent citizen ;.?
to which of the tw,, c u did tes i
befor. ���' Is tie- mi fitting and
mi deserving ol b lng endowed
with the privilege and power of acting as the chief magistrati of the
Royal City during the coming year.
The two candidates stood in <'
lent contrast at Thureday's and  '  si
night's meetings at the opera house.
Tie- one was quiel   ���:'-' Ifl   I   in I - n-
tlemanly in his demeanor and proved
himself  capable of dealing  with  his
programme   in  a   clear  and   forceful
manner-,   the other display) |  an  ���
tire  lack  of balance or control,  ai d
by   the   tricks   of    the    demag -
sought to cajole the public.
Mr. Lee's supporters b ive
their utmost to vilify and misrepre-
sen' the work of Mayor Keary. but
hy this ethod of attack they have
only succeeded in damaging their
own cause and enhancing the favor-
abb- opinion  in  which  Maj
Id.    T' ���   :��� " ������ lo    thi
lati     bas bi en submitted to the
geari    ng   crltl Ism.  a   critii Is
exceeding i I     ���
we ven!       to say in no
��� I ���' ' :'-
been so i
���
lies in thou
pick  ma"
at, a j
'
plac
Mr. ;.
s a serious menace I i thi   health of
eopli       We hope the new Council   will   lose   no   time   in   giving   at-
tl  :.       this matter.
nders   addressed    to the under-
. at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes,
. i tarked on  ihe- envelopes "Ten-
fear Quarantine Supplies," will be
a. .d  up to noon of the fifteenth
: January, 1910, for supplies for
tim  Station.
-...:.    e .. | lii s are required: {
Coal;
Firewood; i
Fish; j
Groceries:
Hardware and ship chandlery;
Meat; '
Medical stores an.l disinfectants; |
Uniforms,   and other    articles of
rei;
V  -��� '..bles.
iy be obtained by applica-'
���|tion 1      thi   Dei ..nment of   Agricul-
CHRISTMAS
FURNITURE
PETITION TO THE   V
W.  H    KEARY.
DR.
.. ���    ���  ���    mdersigned
the city ref New W- stn
a you ;���-  :..
on  Saturday c -.- ning
thc- City Hall, to -:;
Aldermen for tl
to give an account -'  �� ���
-
GEO. McKE
.AN,
JAMES EN,
WM. KENNEDY,
W. S. WOI 'STER,
J. P. FIFLEV.
NELS  NELSON,
E. A. F.VluE.
A. L. LAVERY,
A.  :���' VLINS
FRED J.  LYN
F. M.  EDDY,
C   B. DEANS-
In compliance with thi lesi
tained in the above petit!   .  .
call a public meeting in thi  Cvy H
for Saturday,  the 111    inst.,  at  j> p.
W. H. KEARY.
Mayor.
Cry Hall, Sev Westminster, Dec. 10,
1 ���    ���.
dens  being ��!ed  within  such  period ture, Ottawa, oi   tea the    Medical Su-
or  in  default  of    redempti       before ������   ��������� at Quarantine.
-    iti '        i and each oi :    . w The 1              nl does not bind U-
t   -ver   estopped   and   debarred 8ei.              ,    i  ,   lowest or any ten-
from settins: up any churn to or in   ���
said  la.id. and  I  shai N'ews] ipers copying this advertise-
register  Charles  Bradbury  as owne ��� enl  wi              ithority from the De-
thereof In  fee      An:  I hereby ord ���-���        ������;;. ;. ���        paid.
'  I              a   of   0      nol      ; a. L, J '-.'WIS.
thirty days i    i dal y ilstani Deputy M   Ister and
lished ln    New   Westminsti    wi Secretary of Agriculture.
I and -.     lenl  >��� .              .cof. Ottawa Canada, November 11, 1909
The idea of giving furniture   for
ar  after
we   h"--   Placed
Eve dozens of pretty pieces
tined to gladden someone's heart  at  Christmastide.
3r   Christmas   gifts   is
year becoming more  popular.    Already  this  season
to  one  side  for delivery  Christmas
Furniture  makes a substantial
minder of the giver for
present,   and   it   is   _
years to come.    A Secretary, a Mo
a   Couch, a  Cabinet, etc., all  make
most acceptable  Christmas
KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR WINDOW.
i!y re-
is Chair,
gifts.
LP J7 > C  Furniture Emporium
"���^   "���*!      k*J Les's  Block, Columbia  Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, p, G
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Phone T.I
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Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
Tnere is one man on whom the cit
zens can  reiy:   it is  W.  H.  Kea^y.
WAIT AND WATCH.
Only  74  days  before  the  tolls  are
i th(   New v.". -��� ..inster
-      Ide F. J. MacKenzif-'s pledge.
:   'y- days to wail        ; the
N'ew    West be
���    ���   F. J   MacKen-
:    Ige.
-
I
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I        ���    . :
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b.een  safe? inl
��� .
���   ���
f those  to v
ratio]
t the w] ������ :
lliffie     lltj
ng     .-.:
'
efuliy
ensu. e for the cit;
of tbi   ;   .��� -���  ��vater, with  ever;
aible safeguard  I     tl     ci y a  inti r-
��-.-���-
���.'    too, Mr. Lee has spent much
breath In
star ,
. ���    t thi
I -'.    -   .     -.      conducted
r'   ' I'     ���     ' Buch      -���  tl
**"   '��� ���    - " ��� ii   proper
��� -. B il
(rith bad I
ong advocate
t'- tbe ��� ..elusion ol thi p i ^�� from
p : proceedings like those of the
Board of Trade. His attempted explanation of this circumstanci ut the
opera liouse last night was a decidedly iame one.
Mr. Lee's appeal for merciful con-
eejfdei ction on account of his luck of
campaign agencies ac the same meeting merited the derisive laughtei
which it evoked. But as he has forgotten ether things, such as the
proper relation of debit and credit in
the city accounts, the politness which
Is due to a speaker on the same platform as himself, and his attitude
toward the publication oi proceedings
of a public body, he perhaps also forgot the existence of a disreputable
broadsheet yclept "The Citizen."
We do not believe the majority of
the electors will consider that Mr.
Lee has shown, either in his attitude
or his behavior, or bis capability for
handling public questions, that he is
a worthy substitute for Mayor Keary
as chief magistrate of this city.
'.   ���.���   I      Ke;->   and  prosper
MA     v LECTION
I  ..
KEARY ���_.
TURE.
665 Columbia Street
CARDS
We hive just received a very great range of XMAS CARDS from
the very best publishers. You had better make your selections now
while the assortment  is complete.       It   will   not  cost  you ���    .
and you can gain  a great advantage  by doing your buying
Our selection   is  beyond comparison in the city.
early.
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in the Du-'.r,; block direct'y
above " The r air" store, Columbia  street.
These rooms will be open until after the election and every
cne is cordiaHy invited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID  DOUGLAS,
ADAM   JOHNSTON.
For the Comrr.it.ee.
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you how it Is cheaper to buy our
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RDAY.    DECEMBER    11.    1909.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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GORDON'S
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Special Sale of Trimmed
Hats
Fifty Trimmed Hats in the latest  styles.    Prices  Trom  $7.60  lee
jlB.00, on sale today at  HALF PRICE.
BARGAINS  IN   LADIES' AND    MISSES'      COATS.       SEE     THESE
SNAPS.
Correspondence
! Mayor Justifies
Water Policy
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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THE WliJTE MOUSE    :
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A. J. BIRTCH.
G17   Columbia   Siircct.
Dally News:
1 here was   delivt red   at my
terdaj   and    mdav   a paper
"The Citizen."   1 hope for the
--'��� "! our fair city that not a Bin-
will exer pass its confines,
ire scurrilous sheet was never
issued in any community,     i suppose
that neither oi the city papers would
:"     lrch   their   columns    with   such
miserable drivel.      This no doubt is
ason for its issuance.      "
ed   in  b,   issued  in  tne interests  ol   Mr.  John  A.  Lee,  one  of
the  candidates  for  mayoi.      li   that
tlemau is not responsible for whai
n contains, he should have denounced
"   from the    platform    on  Thursday
���' Ight.     His bitterest opponents could
"I   have    conceived    anything  that
""'hi    be  inure    likely    to  kill   his
chances ol election,   slum slang does
not commend Itself to tne inteliiKent
electorate ol this city.
Ordinarily i should have Ik j no
ie ui such trash, but on the front
Page of its lirst issue ii says that at
a mi i ting ol woman voters, ��\ ben
thiity-eighl were present, a secrei
ballot was taken, resulting in Lee 38,
..tary u. New, Mr. Editor, 1 am In
a position tu know a.id onlj l. ballots were casi for Mr. Lee, although
the meeting was practicallj in ins Inten sts. One of Mr. Lee's supporters
al that mei lng suggested that no
ticket for alderman be. trained that
day, but thai it would be better to
wait and see who were to be the
popular candidates, so thai they coillu
have the cn dit of endorsing and
electing them. 1 do not agree with
such trimming. If our principles
are right why use guile? If we, as
women voters, are banded together to
do good cannoi be honest, how van
we expect the nun we vote for to be
honest?
lt was also said at the same meeting by a lady who ought to know bettei-. that Aid. Fader, jusi before the
by election, bad promised $1000 to
the Royal Columbian hospital, and
bad never paid It, ami she believed
never intended to pay a cen of it.
Upon Investigation, j find that -ir.
Fader has paid $500, ami the other
$500, according to the conditions cited
at the time, will be paid when the
coiner slum is laid ol Hi,, new hospital, but tie-re Is no sti, ulation 'hat
the stone sh;:'1 contain b      s h n1
aboul   his being in  Ilea...   n hen the
,-,-i Itj  i> ag Jn opened up,     i mighl
say   Mr.  Editor,    that   1   have known
.Mayor Keary since my childhood and
hold him in the hlghesl  esti i m a
Christian   11 ntleman   and   in   coi
tion  wiili  the  Koyal Columbian  hospital  for ovi i    twenty    yi --v -   hi
been   a   sei \ ice   oi   s It-s icrifli    Consi bis opponent In thi   i onti si and
one is bound to judgi   him ... \\ hal is
ti a in  his behall.      Wh ii  kin I of
. rnmenl can we expei i oi such a
a, if In   .      '    ted I    o_Tiee.
ONE WHO  KNOWS.
(Continued from Page One.)
of the exhibition, Mr. Lee explained
that he had arranged for a meeting
and bad notified Alderman Gray to
that effect, thinking that he would
notify the rest of the council. Alter
the meeting he had had an interview
with the mayor and Mr. Keary had
not thoughl thai he bad been treated
fairly in the matter. He, the mayor,
was ai that time the chiei magistrate
of the city and yel a meeting bad
been arranged with the minister of
the interior and he had not even been
asked   to  attend   It.       Mr.   Lee   Staled
thai   he thought    the notification  to
Alderman   Gray     was    sullicient  and  	
thai no discourtesy had been intend-i _ . ... .
ed toward the mayor. jl nd er ta k ing    in
"But," continued    the    speaker, "> _
did not feel that I was justified in not |
going  ai'ler  whal   1   considered  ii   my
W. E. FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
6!2-6i8 Agnes btreet, Opp. Public Library
all   Its   Branches
stayed  until the return of the mayor,
lie had gone over the ' who W'IS then at Ottawa.     This, Mr.
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24 |
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
cQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Puigi     Ed     r 1 Newi ;
. :     ���' .. i.      Paige,      isl    a  few
Things a,.    gettin
We  had expi to
nne    ln tin
eh , but the go n    tirei
lis to e ai d In writ iment. This
in  Iti ..     be and  take
to     pn         Our   Mr.
Guthi ie la. i to go to Guelph    yesti
day  and   will  he  baci.   Monday.    We
^  ��� .   a .      !  ,        1 by th
ern nent. The prime minister, Sir
Will i id, sai a ��� chaii mail on our case,
this was an e xceptional honoi. as he
does not very often aci In that capacity.
Cray and myself met him personally by appointmenl and he was very
much impressed witn Westminster's
claims, and now the Issue has gone
to the departmenl of justice and
Aylesworth (minister of justice) has
heard the case In council and wants
a written statemenl  to work on.   . .
The water question will be settled.
I am satislied, by the city council and
Power Company and ratified by the
governmenl. Keary      knows    just
bow to pul ii righi for both parties;
everybodj hen' has confidence i'1
him (Mayor Keary), nnd every minister we have Interviewed asks about
bim.
yours truly,
GEO.  ADAMS.
duty  to get."   	
historj oi the case with Mr. Oliver,
who had admitted thai the cltj bad
had a good case, claiming, however,
mat n ne had written the lettei Informing the city thai there was no
need ol basic in the matter In the
matter of the survey, he must have
made a mistake. "With regard to
the charge thai I treated th i minister
rn' the interior with discourtesy, there
is nothing In It; ll is absolutely un-
; i ue."
Mr. Lee attempted a defence of bis
action In endeavoring to have the
press excluded from the meetings of
the board ol trade, on tue grounds
thai the board was not a public institution, and that the members all paid
lees and were entitled to privacy if
thej so desired it. He stated that
some of the members of the board bad
said that it the press were admitted
to the meetings, they would not attend. This attitude on
was the result ol the papers having
published some proceedings, which
they had been expressly asked to exclude.
At this juncture the reporters in
the hall all blushed becomingly.
Going on tei the letter that hia worship had read from the absent aldermen, Mr. i  read a communication
he himself had received from Ottawa
to the effect thai the hearing oi thi
case had been postponed tilt Deci iii
ber 17. The speaker said that he
had expected a letter like Hun from
Ottawa about this time bui he
thoughl his telegram disposed of it.
Quoth he "ila, ha, I smell a rat; t
see it Boating in the air; I nip it in
the bud."
Mr. Lee claimed thai ne did not
pay much attention to remarks heard
in the streel aboul himself and Mayor
Keary, an.! remarked that if lie re-
pea;. '.1 al! tha. be ban heard from
lha! source there wouid b- no ladies
; ial few gentlemen lefl in the hall.
i      issued   a   flat   contradiction   to ���
the  mayor's statement    thai   he  had;
boughl   no  tax  sale  bits for  hi i Belt :
I u  did uol blame thi   men ee I n.1 citj
hall foi  dealing In these things;  but ,
he  blami d  the  sj a em    wl ien  m d
such a  thing possible, implying that |
the officials at I      ci j   b  I!   n  I ben j
buj ing  up  tax  Ba      propi i tj   on   the
side,  al   sales ol   which  the  general
.   kn ���>.*. nothing.
He did not attempl '" proi e bis al-
- ons, but proceeded tee show thal
. Keary was a much worse tyrant
in tii - city c luncll than the late lamented Sultan bad been in his harem
in 1905, a scheme was broached In
the council to sell the timber rights
around Lake Coquitlam to Messrs.
Ironsides. Rannie and Campbell. Aid.
Adams desired thai    proceedings be
extension of the line to Millside, come
forward and done so.
Voice from the rear of hall���What
company has done better?
Mr. Lee���I have just made the
statement that no company has clone
more.
Voice���Windbag!
Mr. Lee���The same old story.
Getting off the railway on to the
dam. the speaker made a magnificent
oration on pure water, and how he
would  set   about to obtain it, but   he
Lee advanced as conclusive proot tliat
most  of   the  aide n   were  puppets,
and that the mayor was lhe dictator
of the city. "We have had good mea
in the council wiio bave stood up tor
the rights of the city, but l must say
that the majority have uot done so,"
announced the speaker.
The  candidate  then   launched  forth
on  the  financial    situation, claiming
that   the     reason   New     Wesi minster 	
could not get as much for her bonds I neglected to mention in what particu
as some of the cities on the coasi and j iar his policy had differed from that
on the prairies was that she had nol pursued by the present mayor for the
been properlj  advertised.      When he j last two years.
was mayor the city was to be adver-; After making a reference to Mayor
Used to Buch an extent that the Keary's campaign manager, Mr. Lee
| money markets of the world would ; stated that he had been unable, ow-
he eagerly seeking the bonds of this Jug to the limited means at his dis-
city. Referring to the financial re-j posal, to secure the services of a good
port issued recently, described by the'man to look after his interests, but
city treasurer as the best in the his- he had done the best he could under
tory of the city, Mr. Lee said that, the circumstances,
their*""part | ^e could not do worse than  that. This assertion  was met   with  cries
' The speaker again urged the elec- from the body of the hall "What
tors to vote for the referendum, on about WVlhuid Gordon and the Citi-
the change from the preseni city zen?" "What, about those cartoons?"
charter to the Municipal Clue,, eg act. etc. When order had been restored,
Mr. Lee. while admitting that the Mr. Lee answered these pointed inli.C.K.U.  had done a  bu   for  lb., city.   quiris     with     this     polite       rejoiner
thought that thej    mighl  have d '
more. He di.l not think tha, New
Westminster was getting a fair deal
from that company. if they would
do anything thai the city asked why
.had they not been asked to Ii.\ up the
city's Btreets? lb. thoughl tie; the
company Bhould be compelled to fix
"There's another idiot who's always
opening his mouth to put his foot. In
It." Whether he meant Mr. Gordon
or the interrupter was not explained
by  Mr. Lee.
The meeting broke up with the best
of good feeling, the mayor antf, Mr.
I.ee shaking  hands    when  they  met
up lhe streets ie lhe. would not vol- afterward at the rear of the stage.
untarily. If thej were tie" besl friend "it's all over till Monday," said Mr.
that the city ever ha '. why did they Lee. "That's when it really be-
not, when  the cltj   hi d  asked  for an gins," replied the mayor.
Easterorook   Milling  Company,
Bourne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEW EL. .$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
j$ McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
It Pay,
You
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FOR  SALE.
FOU SAI.E��� LOTS ON SIXTH AVE-
nue. nn B.C.E.R. cutoff, 53 by 125 to
lane; |550 each, $226 cash, balance
six, twelve .'imi eighteen months.
Apply 204 Agnes street
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
LOST.
LOST���BETWEEN SIXTH AVENUE I
and Becond avenue, on Tenth st.,
gold   watch,   mother-of-pearl   face,
with gold pendant Initialled B.H.B. j
Finder kindly  phone  430, or  leave '
here and obtain reward. I
LOST���BROWN WATER SPANIEL,
short tail, answers t<> ��i""<' ol
"Buster." tag No. 40. Kindly notify J. Pont, 515 Twelfth street, and
receive reward. Anyone harboring
same after this notice will he prosecuted.
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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Notice to Stock Owners
Hundreds of valuable horses and other live stock meet death
in this city and district every year from disease, accidents, fire and
other causes, and In consequence many thousands of dollars are lost
to the owners.
Have you ever considered or do you know that you can be protected against this serious loss by live stock insurance, which pays
for the death of an animal  from  any cause whatever.
I represent a reliable Canadian company, the only one issuing
a policy with NO exceptions, and will be pleased to give you full
particulars whether you   Insure or not.
ALFRED    W.    IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
��or scoa;s, tow
boats, jobs of
Qny kind on the
Coast apply to
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WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.      That's the reason why our business is
increasing- so rapidly.   Shrewd, careful buyers are taking advantage of our
money-saving prices.   FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS:
CHOICE CREAMERY  BUTTER���
8   pounds   for    $1-00
M-lh.   boxes      *-20
28-lb, boxes   *8-00
SELECTED EGGS���
3 dozen for $1-00
PERRIN SODA BISCUITS-
Regular price 30, per tin.
.25c
ROYAL     HOUSEHOLD
FLOUR���
Five Roses, per sack   $1.85
ROWAT'S SAUCE���
Per bottle  10c
ROWAt'S PICKLES���
Large bottle 25c
Try Fader s Special Fresh Ground Coffee, 35c lb.
E J. FADER'S
GROCERY
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
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MARKET
REPORT
SATURDAY,    DECEMBER
11'   1909
��� 9*9. :��������������������������� a'��a��������
d     weather    conditions  affected
th-   lam kit conditions yesterday, with
thi    result  that   the  attendance  and
im  quantity of produce could on...   bi
des rlbed as fair.      The  heavy  rainstorms have put the roads Into such
a  condition  that  the fani.ers do not
. ::.    ���  the trip to the city with
��� loads of produce unleess ���
.. so      The aba' nce ol a ���-��� i ond
i ���      e i.,-.   i,... aigo ;     effect
..   mati.'-t. many ol thi
i   .        inabii   te.  get    their  produce
shipped in.
The market during Christmas wei
will   bi   held  on  Wednesday.  D<
bi .- 22 Instead of thi  Friday,
I hi   meat supply was good as usual
and tii'  demand generally good also, j
lini   was  plentiful  and  the  demand
g for prime stock, a quantity ot :
poor quality, however, appearing yeir
t< rday. Lamb and mutton was a
fair supply and In good demand. Pork !
was plentiful and all sold readily.
Veal was In fair supply and the demand was good.
Eggs were a large supply comparatively, the approach of the Christmas
season having its effect in inducing
the fanners to bring their produce to
market. As a result of the b. _i r
supply the' price showed a marked
tendency to decline and buyers anti- |
cipated a sharp fall next week.
There  was a very fair offering  of |
fowl and the demand was strong, the
price stiffening somewhat.    Chickens :
were equal to the demand.      Broilers
were not    plentiful.      There    was a j
steady  call  for  ducks,  and  these offered  were quickly sold, at prices as I
high as %\r, a dozen.
Potatoes were a fairly good supply
and the demand was sufficient to I,
take all that offered. The price accordingly rose sharply to %H\ a ton.
Apph s war.- in fair quantity and .all
number one stock found ready purchasers.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb.-.Sc to 9c
MOCSt aw uac.^
Every housewife  who uses flour must be
interested   in   ROBIN   HOOD "the flour that
is different."
You hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flavored, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with Ovher flours.
We can tell you why ROBIN HOOD Flour
makes that kind of a loaf, but what ought to interest you more than "why it does" is that "it does."
You can prove what we say as true at no risk of
loss to yourself.
It is largely a matter of making up your mind to
use "Robin Hood."
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills
Co., Ltd. ,
Moose Jaw   -   -   Sask.
P. S.��� Ask vour grocer about our guartntee, and when you use
Robin Hood ajj ::iorc water than usual.
1;"  Lots 96 and 9.
���arts of lots :��� '   t'ing
<ew Westminsi r disl ..
w nereas pro. |
Bcate of title No  !
'- -��� '   "f    Margan
has been fll?d in tl
Nulla,, j     |
al th,       piral . *____,
thi   dati  oi tl
of, in a dail)  ,, .. ��� 'on hersJ
city  ol   Ni
a   duplli   ti   ol
unless i'i  the  i .
tion b    mad    I
Disui ���
I.llllll     Reeegistl
minster, B. __., !-���
...
t,
:
���
Til
...
_m WORSHIPPER
DECLARED INSANE
SUCCESSION
DUTIES
STILL
POUR   IN
Beef, foreqnarterB, per Ib. ...Cc to 7c
Lamb    13c
Muiton    lie
Veal,  large 8c  i'e  9c
Vi   I, medium    ���
Pork, medium 'V
j;_- . ..   ���    sale, per doz .. .55c ti   '
Eggs, retail, per doz   65c
Buttei ���   ii.-.  per lb	
Butter, retail, per lb : 5c
Fowl, ;eir doz $7,00 bo $8.50 |
Chickens, pi i di  ��� i
B     lers, per doz
Believes That She  is Ruled  By  Emanation   From  the   Planet
Jupiter,
Du      , pei  doz	
$15 w- ^'':
..$16
Apples             .'.'   ...
..-?].
_���   '     $1.75
Oi           per sack ...
 H.25
",        ps, per sack   ..
.....
i         .   . ,      Back ..
 50c
Ccrots   ���        ick  ..
.
Rfets. pei  Back  ...
. .   .   .
Joplin,  Mo.,  Dec.    10.���Mrs.   A.   P.
Jordan, who created something of a
sensation   here   some   years   ago   by
$5-00 to $7.00  appealing on thi  r<   I oi hei hoi     ���   -
$4  to $4.dU i ery m0rning at daybreak with another
woman to  ������ p thi   sun, has been
declared Insane and tak'-:. to a hospital for tl ��� insane. Her ailment is
sed as planetary Insanity, a
form of demenUa now prevalent in
tl ���   i.'nited States.
In a ease of planetary insanity thej
parents are led to do wha; is asked
Toronto. Dec. 10.���The sum of
$34,328.17 is the amount received by
the province as succession duties for
November, the flrst month of the new
Bscal year. N'.. large estates figure
in the list the only one contribuUng
over $500 to the treasury being that,
of R. S. Hamlin, ol Osh iwa, which
pays $13,502.83.
Why Not?
Cravats
Ask thc Man
SINCE THE TENDENCY OF THE
HOLIDAY GIFT HAS TURNED
TOWARD THE UESFUL AS WELL
AS THE ORNAMENTAL WE DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
DISPLAY   OF
Men's
Furnishings
BELIEVING THEM TO BE THE
MOST DESIRABLE OF REMEMBRANCES TO GIVE BOTH MEN
AND YOUNG MEN. MEN IN ALL
WALKS OF LIFE TAKE PRIDE IN
THEIR PERSONAL APPEARANCE,
AND ANY GIFT THT CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR COMFORT
AND VANITY IS STRIKINGLY APPROPRIATE.
Why Not ?
Gloves
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastiiS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER
To   Victoria���Dal
To Alaska-No ���
To   Queen   Cl
en,t.ar 18.
To Nanaimo.  Dnli ���       .  ,,   T
day and  Thursd
day, 11  p.m. "   M*
To Nanalmo���Dail;
FROM   NEW   Westminster
Upper  Fraser    rlvi phii|,. ,
and      way    points ?"Jj
leaves    Westmlnsti .   *a,er
Monday,  Wednesd
turning,   leaves   t'i .
on Tuesday, Thn: , , ^g
For  further  par;   .        ^  ""*
dress ""���
ED. GOTJl
or
C. B   FO
Asst.  Gen.   Pas
"BC.
Patients Are Poisoned.
I ��� .��� lin, Ui <������ l".���Five hundi ��� |
"   -���     -    ;   ti  " '-   In   lie-   as
at   Freiederichsberg,   near  Han
are ill from thi   effects of    poisoni :
: Ice, which Is suppose     - beei
eegiven to   them    by ore    ol  thi   ���    ���
ployees.      Two    path nts    have died
eating  the   poisoned  food  and   sl
eighl  cases rr.   considered hopelest
Portions of the riee which were '������ '
eaten are being chemically ana!;
Neckwear for the holidays in
the finest imported silks, all
rich in di signs, all colorings,
from 50c up.
Why Not?
Suspenders
Snspenders -that are handsome, practical and durable, all
' ��� d jusi leer Christmas trade.
50c   to   $1.50.
Why Not? Shirts
Shirts  thai  aii- pleasing t.i
good  dressers���styles  thai   appeal to all in di | llgi ��� > and stifl
���   8.    $1-00 to $2.00.
Gloves for street and evening wear, also fur-lined and
driving gloves, all the wanted
a"; les at correct pi lei b. From
$1.00  to   $2.75.
Why Not?
A Bath   Robe or
Smoking Jacket
There's nothing a man appro-
ciates mon   than oni    ������  t]
warm,     handsome     garments.
Pi.      from $3-50 to $15.00.
Study of Cancer.
New York, Dec. 10.���George Orcx   -
The Arniston Heirloom.
10.���Col mi    S
b.    ert D the new baronet, o
.  n. has inln rited a	
She possessed a brilliant mind in for
' ' ' towar<3 ^e clot was wel]  rer8ed in Latjn
?f ':' ������'���>������     Tradl Greek, and I     two hook.
have madi   hei  something of a
���   "     ���' of Arniston "-ill   reputation. She is a   sti    I      woman,
Prosper. ;_ ye        ld
em only by the assurances they _
���    ected by their directinjg ]    ael    er, the  California miner    who died
Jordan moves only when she is Ihere recently    after    a    lone  il   ���
"���ed that Jupiter i, directing her.   from  cancer,  gave to Columbia Dni
She believes that the earth and Jupi-
ti    - ion will be mergi d.
The case of Mrs. Jordan i.- pitiful.
;���;     bel ire    his    death a $50,000 1
f md for tte study    of    cancer, and
si :    tils    intention of    supple
mentlng this in his win with a Jl, ���
 i endowmenl fund, according to ;en
unofficial     announcement      published
It  is sail that    the research
work provided for by the $50,000 fund
MERCHANDISE BONDS���They can be filled in for
any amount you wish to give, redeemable by recipient in goods of his or  her own  selection.
REID & CO.
The Ladies' Mecca at Xmas Time
!:���
ir
progress.
ADVFRTISE IN THE. NEWS
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINT, .
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
0orn��r Ei��ht_i Bt. ��nfl   Finn At��m
phone va.
��� OWELL A ODDr. Proor'��*nrt
We Claim the Distinction
of Being Leaders in Men's
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
��� ������
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH ROBES
FANCY ARM BANDS
COAT  SWEATERS
FANCY   HOSE
SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
PYJAMAS
SHIRTS
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR   MEN
STERLING  GOODS
See Our Stock of
TOILET 8ETS, MANICURE SETS, CARD CASES, CIGARETTE
CASES, CIGAR CASES, MATCH BOXES, BRUSHES, WHISKS, SHAV
ING  SETS,  ETC.
THESE  GOODS ARE  ALL  SUITABLE  FOR  XMAS  PRESENTS
Gentlemen's Furnishings
Some men have a little trouble in getting underwear of just the right weight
and proper texture to suit their individual requirements and in shirts, sox,
gloves and many other little things
which go towards your comfort and appearance the same degree of clissatis-
v -j faction is met with. You would do well
r~?7m:>-^ to examine our stock if you are particular in regard to any of these things. We exercise great care in buying and study the tastes of these men who are critical in matters regarding dress.   Coupled with our diligence in getting
Proper Men's Furnishings
we acquire them in such markets and quantities as will benefit our
patrons to the fullest extent in good values for their money.
We never sacrifice quality for price though we frequently sacrifice price for quality.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes q 2 A V
DECEMBER   11,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
���* PA08 SEVEN. "7*
" ���������    " ���'      " ^
Keary
deserves your support at the
municipal elections on Monday
Because he has filled the position of Chief Magistrate
with dignity and honor.
Because he has by reason of his position as Mayor conferred many benefits on the city during that term.
Because he has discharged the trust reposed in him faithfully, honestly and with ability.
Because the city is indebted to him for the possession of
the waterfront, her strong financial position, her
splendid progress and for the carrying out of an improvement scheme that will place New Westminster
in the front rank of western cities.
GI VE KEAR Y
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Westminster to the front
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SATURDAY,    DECEMBER
So come and choose
from our limited
line of crockery
and glassware. Remember, Christmas prices encourage Christmas giving and this is going to be a " cleanup" sale of crockery. It is policy to
make your selection early.
We have also an
extra fine line of i
Christmas grocer-;
ies of every descrip-i
tion and it is the,
variety that makes
our stock popular.
You can count it
good if Adams sells
it.
Also clont forget
that this is the Big
Store filled with
Little Prices.
See our stock of Cake Tins,
Meat Choppers. Cake Boxes.
Bread Boxes. Flour Cans, in
fact many other useful articles
in the culinary line.
"Ei I fired Miles By (
and Saddle 1 g N'ew Caleedo
at Qu ��� n's A.. qui Methodist Cl
Tuesday al 8 p. in.
The Koyal Cafe aims at giving i
thc best.
��� Piano   and   organ   tuning.       W.   I
Anderson & Lusby ��� MarUn' Mus'Bac-,ph0De LG15'ci<
��� Carnations galore  at  Tidy's  florist
store,  737 Columbia    street.      1'.
COLUMBIA STREET.
NA-DRD-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh. "
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
���  L184.
���
I �����������������������������������������������������������������������������      The  dredging at  the foot of  S
'______ , > 'street,   which  could   not    be   accom-
    plished by either the King Edward or
tbe Fruhling, will be undertaki i.  I .-
.1. \V. Pike's dredge.
Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who has helped to make tre
exhibition, New Westminster's greatest  asset.
Come Tuesday evening to Queen's
Avenue church and hear Prof. A. E
Hetherington's illustrated lecture���
descriptive, historic, humorous.
Vote for Keary and safeguard our
city.
Alderman Wells Gray. bein<_i unavoidably detained al Ottawa on the
city's business, thanks the citizens ot
New Westminster for their sup;
in the past and asks for a contlnusmce
of the favors in the coming municipal
campaign by theii votes and Influence
on  December 13th.
Your box in a safety deposit  vault |
is a private affair. No one has access
to it  but yourself.      And  besides,  It
is   safe and   that    is   a factor w
something tei   you.      Then    it    c
only a small suns to rent one of thi s<
I   v, b, a surprisinglj   -     II sum.   Let |
:��� ou about it.    Do:  Inion Trust
Co.. Ltd.,    T. R.    Pi mai tger,
New Westminster branch. 228-4
I. A.
_ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
& RAMSAY
We have several houses io n'
$12.  $14  and  $16  per  month.    W   ll
Shiles  <si Co.. city.
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES    STEAF%NNDGGAS
odd fellows' block Also General  Repairs
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.     Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  5S6
THE ���
WESTKINSTER KODtKN
BUSINESS SCHOOL i
A. Practical School for
Practical People.
No other school In Canada���we
make no ex-ceptions���gives its students such a broad and comprehensive business education, such abundant preparation for the serious duties of life, is the best too good for
you?
Day and Night School. Call or
write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, linns find
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If  you   haven't   a   Savings  Account,
NOW is the i.i st time to start one.
Westm inster
Transfer Co,
ufflce 'Phone 1��6.      Barn  'Phone 1ST-
Columbia  Street
The steamer Transfer will her liter leav,. the Brackman-Ker wan-;
for Ladner, Westham islan.I an.i way
points, tit 2 o'clock iti th i afternoon
i- iti al of at 3, as hertofore, retui
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra r. tunn
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steves-j
ton  as   the  business   warrants.
If it's anything in the way of fine i
mechanical repairing take It to Webster, mechanical expert.
Wanted���Girl to assist In general
housework: could go to school at
same time. Apply Mrs. A. E, Kel-
lingtoi . 5ul Queen's avenue, city.
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any  part or Vae ett?
tc
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPm
Vote     for     Keary
street's completion.
and     Columbia
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
N'otice is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
Xew Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson. In the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New  Wesl minster, Nov. IB. 1909.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
J.   11    Todd's  music   store   will   be ||
open every  evening  until   9   o'clock
from now on until Christmas.
The Royal Cafe is "all right." This
is New Westminster's verdict. We
appreciate it.
Chrysanthemums for Sunday at
Tidy's florist store, Columbia street.
Phone L184.
J. H. Lyne, 224 Eleventh street.
Phone R190. Supplies live and
dressed  fowls at shortest notice.
Dr.  J.   D.  Gamble,    optician,  Is  at
61!a Columbia street,  Room 1;;, every I
Friday.
Alderman Adams, being unavoida- (
bly detained at Ottawa on the city's
business, thanks the citizens of New
Westminster for their BUpporl in the
past and asks for a continuance ol the
favors in the coming municipal campaign by their votes and Influence on
December Uth.
not  considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,   and   the  public   generally  aro
.cautioned  against    hauling  loads  or
any kind over It.
Persona  continuing to  do so after
tbis notice must tak* ail the risks ou
themselves.
Paid up Capital  Stock.   ...$ 4.914.000      By ��rder. W. A. DUNCAN,
Reseive Fund $5,614,000 Tr ��� City Clerk.
Total  Assets   $61,046.000'    Uty   Hall>   New  Westminster,  July
New  Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
For fresh-berried hollv and Christine condition of the old bridge is  mas trees phone Davies' .greenhouse,
.'telephone   R208.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated H69)
SURREY    MUNICIPALITY    NOTICE.
A public meeting will bi held '"
the Town Hall, Surrey Centre, on
Tuesday, December 21, at i o'clock
p. m. to discuss municipal mutters.
By order of the Council.
E.   M.   CARNCROSS,  C.M.C.
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladl.-s from |12./5
��P.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
��7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*  trom  Co. Adam*,  Grocer
ATTENTION!!!
We have the following properties to offer.9 I These
are choice buys and under the market.
Two 66x145 ft. lots on Twelfth Street below Fifth
Avenue $750.00 each.   Terms.
Six lots on Seventh Avenue near Twelfth Street
carline$375.00each.   Terms.
Te?ms l0tAnear Eighth Street' (cleared) $800.00.
F. X HART & CO., Ltd.
ie Kind of an Umbrell
You Want is Here
THE    "OTHER    FELLOW"
TO
WE
THE   ONLY   KIND   OF  AN   UMBRELLA TO  BUY   IS THE  KIND
HOPING YOU  WILL  LOSE.
PERHAPS  YOU'VE   HAD   EXPERIENCE   WITH    UMBRELLAS   THAT   YOU   WERE    GLAn
LOSE���THEN   YOU'LL   APPRECIATE  ONE OF OURS.
WE   HAVE    UMBRELLAS   IN   COTTON-TH E Y'RE   GOOD,   RAINPROOF      ARTICLES
HAVE   'EM   IN   COTTON   AND SILK, ALSO IN ALL S.LK-THE Y'RE   AS   GOOD   AND   HAND
AS ANY  MADE.    A GREAT  VARIETY  OF   HANDSOME   NEW   EFFECTS    IN    HANDLES   FOR
AND WOMEN   NOW   READY,   MANY   BEING   ESPECIALLY   ATTRACTIVE   FOR   HOLIDAY   PJ2
TATION. bEN'
A    LARGE    ASSORTMENT   FOR   CHILDREN,   TOO���ALL   LITTLE  PRICED.
YOU'LL   BE   DRY   UNDER ANY  UMBRELLA  YOU  BUY  HERE-WE     WARRANT    TriAT-A ���
AS A GIFT  NOTHING COULD  BE   MORE   PRESENTABLE.
Ready With Thousands of Christmas Handkerchiefs
All Prices 5c up to $2.00
Handkerchiefs in holiday
quantities today, for we
have thousands to meet the
demand of Xmas buyers���
the largest and best stock
we ever had.
PLAIN WHITE LAWN
AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched borders, wide and narrow hem.
Special value al 10c, 12 1-2c,
15c, 20c, 25c, 50c.
FANCY CROSSBAR MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS, in
a wide range of pretty effects, hemstitched borders.
Bach   25c, 35c
FINE LAWN AND MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS,
With fancy scalloped anil
embroidered   edges.      Each
    20c, 25c,  35c
PURE      IRISH     LUCES
HANDKERCHIEFS    .
quisltely
tects,   many   styles,    Ear!:
 65c, 75c, 85c, $1.00
FANCY ;���:
CHIEFS, pure 1
trimmed  with .
embroidery. --y
dainty     iia:
Each  $1.50 tc $2.00
W'
��5|(^;\       Neckwear for Christmas Gifts
��j% ^W-PThe ReaI Swe11 Things are H**
yt    iv *  'N?�� in a Thousand Different Styles
Pleasing ideas in Muslin Jabots. Hand-Made Chiffon and Lace Collars, Muslin and Linen Embroidered Collars. Silk Mufflers, Fancy Scarfs,
Automobile Scarfs and Scarfs for evening wear. The largest collection
we've ever had and the best values to pick from. Come now and you'll
have   the   choicest.     Prices   range   from 20c to $3.00
Extraordinary Values in
Women's and Misses' Coats
A   FEW   INTERESTING   FEATURES.
WOMEN'S COATs, In broadcloths, kersey and wide
vale diagonals. Black cloth coats trimmed with fancy military braid, satin bands and Jet buttons, high collar and
lined  to  the  waist.    Special   today    $24.50
Hrown. navy, myrtle and taupe broadcloth coats, 3* to 48
Inches long, Bemi-flttlng hacks. Some with fancy Belt-
strapping, others with tubular satin trimmings. Price today only $17.50 and $22.50
MEN'S POPLIN NECKWEAR���Fancy figured Poplins,
new shape, two-toned effect, In shades Of hrown. grey, purple, cardinal, navy, olive, reseda, myrtle, black and white.
Bold elsewhere at 76c.    Price only   60c
DENNISON'S CHRISTMAS SEALS, TAGS ANI) LABELS, Santa Claus designs, appropriate and artistic. Per
package    20c and 25c
Beautiful Xmas
Umbrellas
TEN DOZEN WOMEN'S
silk and wool umbn las assorted handles. Special $l.��o
WOMEN'S EBONY !'aV
die, silk and wool cove�����
patent bulb runner.    P���?
only, each    *2'a
WOMEN'S FANCY HAN-
die. with gold and i""1"";
of-peari trimmings, "bb .i'1';
wool covers. Sped : priw
today,  each   ..     ��� $J'����
"DIRECTOIRE"   DMBBEI'
las.   long    straight   natura
handles,     gold       '  '     ''   ',',
mountings. Pric ':;:.
 $3.50 to $9-7'
SILK COVERED I Ml;1!i;l''
las.  wiih    gold, ':  :' .
mother-of-pearl '��� ,:'',;";,"_
and trimmings "!-.��
each $4.50 to $i5.oo
MEN'S CWILLrCOVEBB1!
Spring    umbrellas,   na'l.":5
wood  handles. $1-00 to *1-
MEN'S   FINE  SILK  ���sN1)
silk umt>re
wool  and  pure
las.     natural
mounted and
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gold
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hand
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. .$2.50 to
$8.50
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO,
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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