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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
WESTMINSTER,  B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1909,
jJANY CANDIDATES
API
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FIVE CENTS P
COPY.
AVIATION CLAIMS VET       Qjy rnmn,
ONE MOKE VICTIM '
Xo Fewer 1 han Fifteen Citizens Look for Job as City
Aldermen.
,������������������������������������������������������
CIVIC CANDIDATES.
For  Mayor.
Willli     'I   Keary.
.inn:   A   Lee.
F       1'chool   Trustees.
Thomas J. Trapp.
Peti r Peebles.
Dr, T. !;  Green.
For Aldermen.
!   i        -   Smith.
\ Cray.
Georgi   Adams,
i j Johnston,
j, B  .1 inline
a mail.
Joseph Cameron.
Herbi rl Hill*'}'.
i  fj, Aitchison.
C. A. Welsh,
J, C. 13   Ir.
T   ii. Smith.
James S. Bryson.
Ral,all   Watson.
M. Sinclair.
*
M.   Fernandez  Falls  1650  Feet  W
Engine  of  Biplane   Explodes
Mid  Air.
r i ��� ,.
Nice. France, Doc. 6.���M. Fernandez, the aviator, was Instantly killed
today following the explosion of the
motor when his aeroplane waa I
manoeuvred at an estlmal \i bi
of 1650 feet. The machln ��� i
pled, and with Us pilot, dropped to
ihe earth.
M. Fernandez participated i.i thi
aviation contests at Ha ims lasi . .
gust but his p srforman attract! d
no special attention. a thai time
he was operating a biplane. Fernandez is Hie third man to Ij.- killed In
a  motor-power  aeroplane.
The lirst was the death of Li mt.
Selfrldge while flying ae a passengei
HOLDS LAST SESSION
The New Body Will Meet
For the First Time on December 19.
with Orville Wright at Fori Myer, In
September, 1908. E. L febvre, the
French aviator, was killed Septembei
7 last, when his aeroplane turned turtle two minutes after Ills flight had
begun. Lefebvre was using a Wright
machine.
*******************
���j1!,,    ea        nominations    yesierday
0vtU i      rprise in  many   ways  iu
'..     ...       . . ia rally,   and   Ih ���   I lee-
laj   next  will   be one of
:, sting that New West-
evei   experl need.    Not
.   be a sharp eonti si  lor
the    ninyorl   chaii'   be-
i.e ary and John A. Lee,
ould-be aldermen will bed
.,,   the   scramble   for   thefl
alcii   lln-  law   allows  Oil i|
.aid.     Tiie   school  trus-
bave matters all their
ei. un a third conl -.- tan
, in the Held iu Di. T.  B.
Green will  endeavor  to  wresl
��� ats li um   Hi  i two ex-
i inning lor reelection, t. J-
Peebles.
The  Nominees,
ui    Citj    count ..   has   all
membi i a in the field
ns, i xceptions being Al-
. i. who announced Bome
aa woillu im.   i un a- aid,
Iim Anl     ��� nii j.
.   idiue     has     aiSej   hec.i
; ��� Ire this yeai. but a t< *
ire   nine   Was   up  Ilia   pa-
j. handed    in.     sappertoi.
I'our   candid.it. s���J.    C.
Bli uneron, K. Watson and J-
all ni whom oiaie tnat
, unning particularly  in
in   an.,   section  in   Ilie
b ei   tor the good oi the
..ok-.
,i. s. Bryson and   .1.   C.
api ung   upon   the   public
.' b"  in   tlie  civic  race,
as possible competitors | over
un ixpected.   Among tne
idates    Several    aie    i'eple-
. ihe moral reform move-
:-' iers ale BXpon  ills ol  lue
a  diitu  creed.
b ��� i.  tho complete list of
i.i- ���. ..ad their signatories, the
first two names mentioned being the
'���'i .i.el   the   seconder   respective!} .
For Mayoralty.
a   a.   Leo,   merchant;
.    .1. Whiteside, J. S. Bry-
,on    ' n.i  Holland   Keary, Insur-
"'���" Bigned   bv   '1'.   J.   Trapp.
i! :       W, Norman Kole, K.C., Rob-
''" J��idli ���. i'. a. Welsh, F. M. Eddy,
ie, .1. Reichenbach, .1. Mc-
:    I..ney,  s.   Nevington,  T.
J   il   P irklns, ii. .More, L.
K  R. Smith, W. R. Gil-
le-v' ���!��� ie   Diamond, ll. Schaake,   A.
;| ALDERMAN litNLLY
FORGOT NOMINATIONS
It Was Too Late When He
Remembered and He is
Out for the Year.
il.   Smith.
ery. .1. R, Coon.
1'.   11��� ���iiilnoiij_.il,   J.
Knight.  C,   W.
signed   hy   .1.   J.
���'���""���" I.  T.   Kirk,   T
\.  L, Lav
n   tei
����� 'L i   ��� -.'hl.  M.  ,1
i rustees���T. .1. Trapp   mer-
'.,''";' i .1. A. Calblck, 12. Hoult
real estate agent; signed
��� i ilblck, a. l. Lavery.   Thos.
I Ician
lie id.   M.   J.    I'llillipS.
Alfred   Hardman,   mas-
*' Plumber; sinned by Thomas S.
*nnan*ii le, q, Cunningham, Jr, J.
,""' contractor; signed by
si, li' ' Donald, D. s. Curtis. Mar-
lair, Insurance broker;
r5 '' ' John Held, L, B. Lusby.
I.'1':' ��� Qray, lumberman; signed
l', ',' ' nnlngham, Sr., F. .1. Hart.
Kh, ���\'i'    Qeorge Adams, merchant;
Y '3   II.  Ryall,  James  Cunning-
',"��� w. j. McQuarrie. Joseph Cam-
,' ,': ' ttPhalist; signed by Jas. Cun-
,! lU'l,n' 'i .i. Phillips. Herbert Gil-
,,'.." ' '��� Blgned by M. J. Phillips.
J(l|';""" T. .1. Trapp, C. A. Welsh.
""" -b Johnston
wgned i..  -\-
Alil. Henlej is one of the present
aldermen who will not occupy his old
seal nexl year, and ii ia noi trom anj
re on ins pan t.i retire that be
will |. ��� absent, bul merely on
com    oi    a most regn ttabie silp ee;
...     ail hiiuy.
When the clock in the city clerk's
offlce announced thai the time to. reci ivlng the nominations for aidi r-
men was up, there were fifteen names
on the list hut Alderman Henley's
was not there. He was dojvn at the
Lulu island bridge working hard in
the mt, lasts iii tne city, quite obliv
inns oi the fact tnat by so doin.- lie
was losing all possible chance oi con-
tic .ing as an alderman during thi
yen   1910.
The fact was thai Mr. Henley became s'i absorbed In his work thai be
in;gut all aboul the nominations and
only remembered them when it was
hall an hour too late. Speaking of
the occurrence, he said thai b had
gone down to the bridge aboul tl
o'clock to consult with tiie engineer
in charge about moving the old swing
bpan so as to allow the new one to
operate. Alter he had talked thai
he became involved in a discussion on the way the street railway
was going to cross the new bridge.
"I was so busy, 1 forgot all about the
nominations," said he. "I'm sorry,
hm I forgot and that is all there is
to it."
While Mr. Henley was making himself useful around the bridge bis
friends were making desperate efforts to Und him, bul could not get
him at his office or liouse. and as
they did not stari to get anxious
ahout him till a few minutes before
time was up. they were unable to locale  him.
Alderman J. Henley was one of the
most efficient members of the pri sent
, council. In his arduous position as
chairman of the board ol works be
' has heen unceasing in his efforts in
(the Interests ol the city, He was
ready at all times to sacrifice bis time
! and business to attend to the civic
! work in which he tukes a great Interest. It was large! owing to bin
efforts thai the {.-'ant was obtained
from the governmenl which made the
Lulu island bridge possible.
real estate   agent;
H nii '���'   '' (!ilTo,d.  M. J.  Phillips.
' Ulll,,>-   lames N, Aitchison, mer-
:  signed by C. c. Cam-
'  ("   ;     Hrenchley,   W.   W.   For-
,7'  u   J.  Kerr.    Robert Watson,
Ul'��'i  talloi
CI'Oll
rest
gentl"����H,;   signed   by   C
W.
B,   Deans,
>:uHni.lnv'n    Thomas H, Smith, mer-
fordn MSiKSed by J- c- BUllr' T- Gif'
clmni. James S.   Bryson, mer-
(iii,"'' "'I by W. S. Colllsfr, 11.
Mu,,:'       "��� Pearson,  R, Lane, W.
Pope, II. Steak. Charles
merchant; signed by W. R.
Coulthard, T. ll. Smith.
merchant; signed by W
Hart. John B. Jardine.
",;  slgn-e-d by H. Hoy, C. A.
IConti
this  afternoon   for
discussing the issues
deci ion   from  a
All aro invited
Ladies  Will   Meet.
A meeting ol the ladli a of ihe city
Will   he  held   in   lhe  old  Odd   Fellows
Hall   at   2  o'clocl. ^^m
ihe purpose of
al   the  coming   Civic
wonian's standpoint.
lO ^^^^^^^K
THE   POLICE   COURT.
Soo's   Booze   Gets   Him   In   Trouble���
Several of the Cases.
Magistrate    Pittendrigh      spent    a
busy morning yesterday wheu he had
I ' City Fathers last uight held
thir final meeting before the   .-.cyou,
1 all  me  business  wa stransacteu
""' the moi    part  without argument,
members  shutting  an   unwonted
olerance  for  tne    opinions ot  their
colleagues,      Wnen  they  meet again
��� ' of them wm know that anotm .
name has alieady been stamped on
"���'��� backs '-.:    their   chairs, anj the
��� "i mind mat has heen theirs to,
lue pasi twelve moiiihs will be gone
from them.
In the course of the meeting several refei in es were made to the unfortunate mistak thai bars Alderman
Henley from the council for a yeai,
and the other aldermen universally
expressed uieir disappointment iu
losing him. Alderman Heniey remarked llial no one was more son.*
than lie was, for he had sei his heart
on seeing tn; completion of the new
Lulu Island bridge, which was one ol
his pet schemes.
Alderman Johnston brought up the
matter of bavlng a public meeting at
which the different aspirants for al-
dermanic honors woi la lune a chance
io air their views. There was difficult) in arranging a date and a hall,
as Mr. Lee has marked out Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday for his own,
while .Mayor Keary has secured the
Opera House for Thursday. No satisfactory scheme foi overcoming the
difficult) was broached, the council
displaying a great reluctance to break
in on one of J. Lee's meetings.
However, .Mayor Keary invited all
till aldermen lo he present an.l speak
at his meeting and Intimated that the
other would-be's would be invited to
attend also. On the motion of Alderman fader, the council accepted
the invitation.
City Clerk Duncin read the financial repori prepared b) .... cit) Measurer, and which is reported In another column of tnl Issue. Mayor
K sary thoughl that the report ought
to lie a sialic., oi considerable grati-
iication to 'le- council, and tlle coun-
cll stralgatvvay congratulated themselves accordii gly. Copies ol the re
port wei .��� ordered to be inserted in
the newspapers.
The usual butch of correspondence
an unusually large proportion of it
relating to the condition of different
streets aound the city, was disposed
ol   with the customary dispatch.
A letter, received from A. G. Williams, asking the council to open up
Buchanan avenue, was referred to
lh ��� heard of works.
Arthur Jones pointed out in a letter the dangerous condition of the
railway crossing at Carnarvon and
Jewell streets, and asked for a sidewalk to Koyal City hat ll from that
coiner. The clerk was instructed to
write to Mr. Jones slating that some
arrangements were being made with
th ��� c. 1'. R. regarding this property
and the matter would he adjusted
shortly.
Geo.  Ruddock    Godfrey  wanted to
(Continued  on  Page  Three),
NLW ODDFELLOWS HALL
IS FINE BUILDING
LARGE INDUSTRY
GETS NEW SITE
Mm APPLICATION
FOR WATLR FiESiORD^
Vulcan Boiler Works Get
A Lease on Three of the
City Water Lots,
Opening  Tomorrow   Evening   Will   Be
Celebrated  With  Pomp and
Ceremony.
lour cases lu the police court
One man was lined the us.ua
icing drunk
lly.    Will
and   costs  for
2.50
but  the
clothes  baskets    full     *lj>��*��-   ^
brought Soo, booze and dl up^to
police station.     When the caw
'ailed   Soo  wanted  to  1���   ���   ^\^
prepare a defence ami    )-
remanded till   Wednesd,i>
Krank Maclntyie and ;^(��� 8t Hl
said
��� were a
in a bouse on Ra-
magVrtreet which   tgygw ��?��
ducting as a hoiis^f^;;^,,,^!,,.
 sue was his wit
on  Sunday night
"���an was sent       ���     ������ was ,,-t
hard labor, while tht, wou
out on the understanding;
city.
"ed on  Page Four).
would leave   the uw
child about n year old with her and
that probably helped to get her off.
The new Oddf dlows hall. In the I.
O. O. P. block recently completed at
the corner of Bight and Carnarvon
streets, will be officially oprned tomorrow evening bj the Grand -Mas! t
of the order In ihis jurisdiction, Mr.
Wallace Law. of  Vancouver.
The opening will take th- form ol
an informal inspection of the building from 9 to 10 p.m., followed hy a
banquet in the spacious hall provid id
for that occasion, and winding UP
With a ilance In the main hall Itself.
Among the speakers at the banquet,
which will be laid for 150 persons,
will be the Grand Master, Wallace
Law; Deputy Grand Master K. L-
Webber; Hev. J. s. Henderson, and
Mrs. C. S. Keith, the latter representing the Rebekahs as past president
of that branch of ths order. The chair
will be taken hy Past Grand Master
D. E. Mackenzie.
The new I. O. 0. P. building, while
not   the  largest   in   the   province,
is
Indisputably" the best laid out, and
most convenient in every way. Nor
is it much smaller than that of Hamilton street, Vancouver, wliich has the
record for size, the hall being bul two
feet smaller. The block Is constructed of concr?te blocks, of two and a
half stories lu height, and was completed at acost of $15,000. the -money
being provided by the joint ellorts
of Royal City Lodge No. 8 and Amity
Lodge No. 27. The ground floor was
(Continued from Page Six.)
London, Dec. 4���Bred at Barthan,
Norfolk, a magpie pigeon bas been
sold for $300, a record price for <he
breed, and ln gold, heavier than tbe
bird Itself.
The Vulcan Iron Works will shortly mo i'e Iti a nnplete plant from its
present location to oni oi the city's
watei lots above the bridge. At
last night's council meeting the lease
on water lots 68 and 69, which have
been held by Gilley Bros., was trans-
i md to the Vulcan Iron Works and
a lease was granted to the same company  oh  water  lot 63.
Will   Do   Marine  Work.
The graining of iliis lease win give
one of New Westminsters large.-., in-
duslri.'s a chance lo expand. In the
location 'has obtained they will have
���lu feet of water at thei) docks and
will ha aide to do marine work of all
descriptions, 'i'h ��� largest ships win
lie able to comv right up to the factory for repairs, or .or tne inslalla-
tion of new boilers, in i leir old location the company was handicapped
in this respect by the distance betwe n Iheir plant and the river front.
The move is made necessary by the
fact that the lease they hold on the
land occupied ai present -xpiies on
January 1, and the B. C. K. R. want
tbe sit for extensions to their car-
shops. Another site had hen secure 1
near the coi n r oi Pourth and Sixteenth streets, bn. tiie city property
possessed so many advantages that
as soon as they heard of it they hastened to approach the city with a
view to securing it.
Contract Let.
The Vulcan Iron Works employs a
great many men and when they get
started in their new .ion:.' they will
undoubl idly add largel) to their
staff. Building win commence almost at once, the contract having
be en   let  to  W.  A.  Gilie,   yesterday.
J. H. Duncan, secretarj ol the company, and J. A. Cunningham, one ol
the directors, appeared before the
council last uight to p.esent theii
request for the lease-, wh'-'h will he
made ou; for live years with the op-
lion of nn-wai every fi e .ears for
twenty-live  years.
RADCLiVt ARRIVES IN
PURSUANCE OF DUTY
J. H. Sprott Posts Note- %.<v>  ntention
to Seek  1200 C' -et in the
Sc  '^       Valley.
_ AV a large application for a
wale, record was posted at the office
of the government water commissioner yesterday. The applicant is J.
il. Sprott, road superintendent of
the provincial government, who asks
for a record of 12mi cubic feet of water per second from the Mamquan
river, Squamish valley,
Mr. Sprott is at present out of the
city on business connected with his
department and will not return for
some days, so that nothing could be
learnt of his intentions, beyond the
brief statements given in iho application. Tills states lhat the water is desired for Industrial purposes and will
be conserved by means of a dam.
flumes and pipes. It will be taken
from the river at tlie falls io operate
a plant on the uorth bank of the river a half mile below, the difference
in altitude being 200 feet.
The application will be heard hy
the coininissh.r,ar, S. A. Fletcher, on
January 3, at  11 a.m.
Executioner is Here to Carry
Out Sentence on the Jap,
Yoshikawa.
The new Eburne line of the B. C.
El 'trie Railway is doing a rushing
Sunday business, sightseers crowding
the cars in their eagerness to visit
tlie Royal City on the only day which
many of them can afford to spare. On
Sunday last ihe Eburne cars wer? all
crowded to capacity and one conductor slated tliat he had carried over
200  passengers on  one  trip.
RELIGIOUS BODIES
AGAINST LORDS
Following Lead of Archbishop's Church They Support
the Budget.
The  Ladies' Guild    of    St.  Mary's
Church, Sapperton, will hold a sals of
work and bazaar in the pai isa hal) on
Thursday    evening     of     lhe   present
week.       Many    articles    suitable  for
Christmas presents will be displayed.;
In  th? evening there will  be a con-'
cert   and  the affair will  close with a
dance. Among those who have prom-;
ised to assist    are  Miss    Laird.  Mr.
Hand.   Mrs.   Faulkner.   Mr.  and   Mrs.
J. W. B. Blackmann,   J. Richardson j
Smith and others.
There is one man on whom the citi- \
zens can  rely:   it is W.  H.  Keary.
ERECT NEW GALLOWS
AT PROVINCIAL JAIL
London, Dec. (1.���Dates for the
chief political events of the nexi two
nionths air now definitely known.
Dissolution of parliament will he Jan.
s; th' that borough elections, .hen.
13; the lirsi coiiiii) elections .lan. LO;
ihe end ol ihe elections, Jan. Ml; and
the liisi in. cting of the new parliament   I'i la  14.
Tariff  Reform   Issue.
lf, as has been freely stated, the
plan of lhe Conservative leaders was
to foi ce i.ii iff i eiorui io the front i'i
i .��� el ction campaign nil so as far
as possible thrust the question of the
lords' veto in the background, their
plan has ahead., miscarried. 'i'he
campaign both in ihe pi ess and from
the platform is being waged with a
lei tei ness nol se< n In British !"���!-
tics in many years, bin it is exclusively upon the question of th ��� action
of tlie lords. All election manifestos thus far issued by the Liberal,
Radical, Labur ami Socialisi parties
have pm the attack upon the lords
to the forefront as have all the
speeches  of  the  government   side.
Significant still is the fact that the
whole religious body of tlie country,
Anglican, non-conformist and Catholic, appears to be against the lords'
pretensions. Tlie archbishop of Canterbury's abstention from voting in
the house of lords and the archbishop
of York's frank denunciation of Lord
Lansdowne's  resolution    undoubtedly
(Continued on Page Three).
PROMOTED   CONDUCTORS
MUST JOIN STRIKE
Old   One   Has   Become     Warped   and
New One Will  Be Used  Next
Friday.
A new scaffold is being built at thej
provincial jail yard, under the super-'
vision of Sheriff Armstrong, and
will be used for the liisi lune on
Friday morning, when the trap will
ne spi ung iu the execution of Uie Japanese  murderer,  Yoshikawa.
Tlie old scaffold, which will be
broken up, and destroyed, lias been in
sei vice Steadily since ii was first
built in 1SS5, and has at least one
unique feature, that ot sending three
men to their death at on i tune, In
the triple hanging of last year. !
Prinr to 18S0 there were three scat-j
folds iu use here, two of which were
sent to other cities and afterwards I
destroyed. The old scaffold bas been
warped by reason of the weather conditions and has become out of dale
in pattern, for new inventions have
been made in scaffold construction as
in other lines.
In all eleven men have dropped to
death through the trap of the scaffold which has just finished Us career. The first hanging iu which it d'd
service was in July 188(1 when the j
Chinaman, Suey, was executed. The |
others since that date are: W, 11.
Jones, 1889; Slough Mack, an Indian, 1801; H. Lynn, 180,4; Louis Victor, Indian, 1896; Donald Perrler,
1899; Yip Luck, Chinaman. 1900; T.
T. Kledamakdinuliu, Indian, 190B;
James Jenkins, J. Pertella, and L?e
Chung,  1908.
The new scaffold will be different
from the old, mainly in being more
easily worked. It will be built In sections fast 'lied together by bolts so
that It can be readily set up and after
the execution can be taken apart and
removed from the Jail yard until it
Is again required.
St. Paul, Dec. 6.���President Sliep-
erd of the Order of Railway Conductors arrived yesterday from Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, and after a conference
with the four other national officers
here ordered out those members of
the conductors' organization, who,
through recent promotion by the
Northern Pacific, have been acting as
trainmasters in charge of non-union
BWitchmen. The same action was
taken today in regard to the Gr?at
Northern.
The significance of the act is in the
principle involved, which prohibits
men of other railway organizations
in  breaking tlie strike.
New York, Doe. 6.���The New York
traffic offices of the Great Northern
Issued bulletins staling thai they
wer accepting all freight to the northwest without any restrictions. Offi*
cers of the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul railway state that their
whole line Is clear, and that freight
is being accepted for all points, including St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth.
Brockville Wild Man.
Brockville, Dec. 6.���Geo. Hoover,
who has served a dozen terms at Toronto and Kingston, was taken into
custody this afternoon on a charge
of being concerned In the recent cottage robberies. Hoover has be?n
living In the woods west of the town,
as he has done for several years, and
when taken Into custody today bore
a genuine wild appearance, his hair
and whiskers being fully a foot long.
Heavy Realty Transactions.
Very heavy realty transactions are
reported by the land registry offlce.
The offlce ls being more crowded
with work than ever before, and some
of the transfers involve amounts of
considerable size. A large proportion of the realty activity reflected in
the registry offlce ls traceable to Burnaby municipality. It is expected
that the next few weeks will mark a
slackening ln the rush, this usually
being the case around Christmas.
J. I). Radclive, of Toronto, Ih i official of the Dominion government
whoso duty It is to carry out the sentences of capital punishment imposed
in Uie courts of Canada, arrived in
the city yesterday, and is now engaged in preparations for the execution oftion of Yosikawu, the Japanese
murderer, who will drop to deatn on
Friday morning of the present weeK.
Doesn't Look the  Part.
Of medium height, sioui aud with
an opeu, ratner tundly lace, itadclive
o) no means luums tne gen. ral conception oi a public executioner, lie
uiigiu be tiie captain or a windjammer, or possibly a petty officer on a
man-ol-war; meeting niui casually,no
one would ime.iguie Ihai he was me
man whose dut) it was to cany oat,
the dread edict, "Whosoever slieU-
ueth mans blood, by man shall nis
blood be shad. Tnen.- is, however,
an Indefinable Bometnlug about mm
wnich suggests that bis walk m me
is noi that ot the ordinary citizen;
it shows in sudden keen glances li oui
his smaii sharp eyes, in the tigut
lines ol his lips ami tne iiard Sei of
the chin. Meeting lum, ine observant slrauger uiigiu easily deduce
mat here was a man whose nerves
were steeled io uo deeds ana look on
signts noi on the beaten iracK of
tilings.
Ali. Radclive, from long experience
of newspaper men, lias more or less
oi  a  dread of being intei viewed.
"1 have met some reporters who
were gentlemen, "said lie io iho
News last evening, "and f have met
others, I'm sorry io say, who were���
well, 1 hate to tell you wnat they
were."
Will   Not  Retire.
"N'o," he continued, in answer to a
query as to the reports emanating
from the Easi to the effect tnat he
was thinking oi retiring. "No, im
not going to retire���why should i:
Lois of life in me yet 1 mus, admit,
however, tliat 1 uo laid the long journeys Which my business necessitates
rather trying."
.Mr. Kadclive A'as inclined to he
rather bitter againsi sneiill's w.io,
when tbey had an execnuou on tn eir
hands, put oil noli')ing him until the
last moment.
"1 am a Dominion official," said lie,
"and 1 am not at the beck ana call
of the provincial officers. So long,
however, as they give me reasonable
notice i am always prepared to do
whai they require. Frequently, liow-
ever, they put off notifying me until
it is too late, and then because i done
turn up they raise a gieui fuss in tlie
papers."
ll was owing to tiie failure of the
sheriff to notify him, stated Mr. Radclive, that he had nol been at Nortii
Day in time for an executiou there a
few days ago, whereupon certain Ottawa papers had seen fit to raise considerable fuss.
"But 1 always found that Sheriff
Armstrong here never failed to give
me all the notice necessaiy," said
Mr. Radclive.
New Gallows Better.
He expressed considerable satisfaction at the installation of a new gallows in the jail litre.
"The gallows which I shall use on
Friday," said he, "will have a hand-
lever for the springing of tlie trap,
not a foot-spring; the hand-lever is
much the better type, as it enables
me to keep my eye on the man and
see that he does not shift from tb-
centre of the trap."
lu recalling tlie last occasion on
wliich be was in this city, when he
sent three men to death at once, Mr.
Radclive remarked that iu the old
country the executioner was always
given an assistant when he bad only
one man to hang.
"When he has two to execute be
has two assistants', lf he had three 1
don't know how many assistants be
would have. However," he concluded, "let them give me proper instruments and 1 am willing to attend to
six men without any assistance."
Mr. Radclive comes here from
Montreal where he went to carry out
the execution of Dillon, the irish
book agent who barricaded himself
in a house and shot two pollcmen before being captured. Dillon was reprieved at the last moment on
grounds of insanity.
"I am glad he got off," said Mr.
Radclive. "Of course I was there
to do my duty, and should have carried out the sentence had not the reprieve arrived. 1 feel quite sure,
however, that he was insane, and
anyway I am always glad when condemned criminals escape the gallows."
Bright Girl Scholars.
Eleven girls of the entrance class
of the Girls' Central School were
present at every session during the
month of November. The three Kirls
to rank highest in the class were
Ruth Gregg, 88 per cent.; Dorothy
Trapp, 79 per cent., and Jessie Roy,
70 per cent. Full marks were given
for the month to Ruth Gregg ln composition and to Annie Gunn in arithmetic.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified   Advertisements
FOR   SALE.
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Wb    E    FALES.    THE    PURNtl CRE
Dealer ��� --- aad Uodertaker,
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TAILORS.
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ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO LET���TWO    OR    T !  FDR-
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REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES   &  CO.
R      Estate a:.1! lasoraace Agenta���
'   "...  farm  an;   BoMrbaa   ; :-.'r.e::j.
<b . ..:   la estieet
ALWAYS   LEST   rOUH    PROPERTY
with    Half;    Bros..    !'���- ���
lor   tpdck    sales,     PI
335.     P. O. drawer 1
eg]    TLEB8 ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown   manager, P. 0. Boi
. pbooa 3-4-
MARSHALL      SINCLAIR.      IN8
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tbe present at Uie ���'���:��� ������ ��� ' the Bet-
tiers' Association   Beg le y.:^-:  op-
LIVERY   STABLE.
I LVG  :'?    :5>    FOR
nnart  turnout.    ':-..-
blea
HACKS AND
Fi-:..���_.   a.a-
LA-DOES'  AND  MENS TAJ
lorli-g.     A new    Um   of fa... nttt
-..' .  .-. :r.       Botton ^h::j   ; teaa
: repairing      Room V, Bmni
ocli     }'.-.-  ��� ���. -���    .:  C-?.amUa s:
a-. 1 .-'4 C'.artcsoa st.    ?:.o_:-. E'
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
ank   : Be* an: ator    tux ags
��� i Inet si dr, sb< a saaea m -���
���nd deetali we*_ D��igi.s and -'-
matea fan lalu :. J Brookes : -
prletor. Work?; Corner EteTenU
ir.'. r^r Une P D >:x 254. PBoni
473.
77ie Goods You
Require to Keep
H
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arm
MACHISE   WORKS.
:: E SCHAAKE MACHINE  WORKS
Limited,  Front street.    New   we��t-
aster      M.n^fact"-��n> r>t .enoilerTi
t"_w an'i    thing �� .airier?"
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;    IU  Windsor Ho-.ii
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
MONUMENTAL WC��KS.
I. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, rr.an-jficfire.- ar.d Imponer
'..' DKNinmeatal ton.'-" "���=. bn Idlng
I one, eeetc. Satlsfs- -. --a-anteerl
Oo unbia street   N��w T.,.>=*rnln*ter
R.  T. PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-
-.   tntant     Audits made    Bj -'- n ���
t . mized.   Agent fo   I e Haiti E  '
l -      Room 'J. W<   "   .- rruri
P. 0. Boa bl-'j.
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EL J. A. Bl ' " AND
Accountant   Tel   R 128.    Room  J
Westminster Trejs- Bb   k
ARCHITECTS.
PAPER   HANGING   t   DECORATING.
I -ON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
M '-       .:;_r.v=.    and   Sanlta.��:
b<onse   {tainting,   kalaomlntng,  pap��r
banging    and    ���3��',c:a-.;r.e.      sirti.
���--   -   Sew Westminster
W   D. OOODFELLOW
H ... Lavery Bio k
ARCHITEi
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
.-, a red y your local tuniir, w. E.
Martin. Mtu. Bac., cl;y. A line
will brin?; hlm,
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWA1TE.     CABINET-
kei   and nj i_    ���
Burr 1^
Furnll Jred Mis-
bion furniture In fli .and oak.
PRINTERS.
TO   THE      RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies    aiial    Gentlemen,���In     r^
��� yiT-i^ -.   -    ��� -_'.     md  Infln ..-
tial reqolsii      - from the t
<.he City -. Xew Weatn li taking
-.-.- ���      . myself for the may
oralty. In '.-���������    :' the extensive ; -
: .   ."	
ied I     ".i.e coming yeai   [ f
It my duty  to accede to tbe  '���������-
-'. the -.   ���       In tbe ] -
will there!       otler rays .:' as a.
didate ai tbe forth*  mlng  elections.
As    pr-������..   .-./    _.:.:.   .:.     .    U wa
my intenticn  ic withdraw from ci :
politics at    the end of    tb -    present
term, but the urgent wish ol so man:
of the electors that I should contb i
in off.      until   the improvem-tir   |    ���
gram, with    which  I a  .  (am-iar i-i
erery del.     .       irried out, co:..;
:..   ���    bow l    their wishM, a^i ag .
S-* 2 : ,.;:es.
U r-.ectf-d i pledge myself to devote
my   very   h- si   - n<ergi<es   toward   protecting tb ��� .      dty, t
maintain  I                      i ol   d   ���_ go;-
ornrr.f.L'. ar.; :     ��� ���;-.-..
way  advance    the interests  of    our
I * '���"
Thanking   you.   ladies   and gei
men, for your genera... - ipport In '--������
past, and respi   tfu      solicieting jroui
votes and influer.ee. I arn,
Yours  very' Ina rely.
W. H. KEARY.
New    Westminster,    B. C . Nov. 4
1909.
I
Wool-Lined Mocha Glove?.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Woi
Get  one of those new
color;
Gloves.
Mufflers, in
all
ALL AT
i
.-'7 MINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
��� - d of Job printing. Midget, lnose
leaf leeedg rs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
. one 55, P, 0. I'^-l 142. OW
Dally News Block, Sixth Btreet.
CHIMNEY   SLEEPING.
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RESTAURANTS.
IEENNY'8 RESTAURANT    &    CAFE
Tlck-ets,   21   m<-als   for   lb       Home
lng.   \b white cooks; no Orien-
tai labor employed,     o, ���-,-. -lay ani
0    ' a te tram oflice.
DRE88MAK  '.'
SECONDHAND   STORE
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE  CITY
OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
I. dies e ���     Q :."���       a,���Al  * . ��� r-
quest of a i       larg    nui
zens and    rat-
allow my na ie I    ��� .. Itted tot
people for thei as al
N'f-* W< stmfnstei ���   i I
My polii I wil) 1
wholly one of i    g     - and in the I
terests of ;:1! th   ; ��� .'���   *
: r   I  wil.
.���   can   .
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:        % d embei      th. 1909.
ee^B JOHN  A.   LEE.
PHILLIPS
TheJWardrobe
Clothier
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
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.STENOGRAPHY       AND
��� ' og;   '   . j     work,       sine ;
Office, Co-
'.      .     PEARS ...     . .-
eis    la       ectrlca     stacbinei
���-��� sad   - -      ���-       -��e wit -.g.
armatnre   wirl g     dm tn   repairing,
'::���-.:. ���:   o.   ".'.::.::.<���:  e   ejilll'llng.
'pbecme "J-Jl, P. 0. Box 12��.
THEATRES.
FISH   AND   GAME.
WN  &  AYLI.'.'O   PISH, FRUIT,
o.-.-.e. Veegetables, *tc.     Eiegbie n.,
'���'��� ad oi Hotel.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM.
-ia street Flrta-class moving
ptctonsa; Illostratad sonfes; numer-
o-j- attractions. Program changed
Moadaj",  Wednattoy aad Friday.
TflE EDiSO.V THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. Htgh-claM
moving picture Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wedai*
da>  and Friday.
P. BURNS & CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Pou
ltry
TO THE  ELECTORS OF  NEV/
WESTMINSTER.
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t in .  i
lon of ��� ''
���e.i  the  aldermanic    board.      If
- alderman for the year 1910
I pledj    ��� to do my u'most to
advance the    Interests,    nol   oi
��� a ton, but of the city as a wholi
and on these grounds I appeal to the'
(lectors of New Westminster for their |
support.
JAS. N. AITCHISON.
"The Milwaukee"
"Th��   Pioneer  Limited,"    6t.   Paul  tc
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South     West     Limited"
Kanaai City to Chicago.
No   trains  In   tfie  service   on    any
railroad   in   the   world that   equal   In
equipment  that   of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St.   Paul  Railway       They
own  and operate  their own   Bl����iiin;'
and dlnln? oar�� on all thfir trains and
give  their  patrons   an  exc'aVnre    of
service not obtainable cl?ewbere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r Po-iand. Or
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
VT-- ���i
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Ot
Manutacturera and Earners tn All Ktna
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxe*.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
��,
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
WHEN  GOING EAST
A6K THE TICKET AGENT
TO BEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
ana Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideaa
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, aad
LUXURY. It Is lighted with botn
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train ln the world. The
equipment oonelsts of private oompart
ment cars, standard 19 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
ehalr oars (seats free), mode-rn day
coache* and buffet, library and smolt.
Iig cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or nny
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
*mtme*we*m**m**mm___m*0
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Weatminater
TUESDAY,  DECEW
"BER 7
1909,
R��YAL    W0U.H   ,EGYPT
palmists'
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Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH
Office, Front S'.
Phone 105
MAV��as
. Poot of Sxth,
P. 0. Box 345
MAKE  YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the coiumni of THE DA LV
NEWS.    The Morn ng Pa;;'.
LAND   AC I
New
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Westminster   L
trict of Ne*   ..
Take   DOetiO    '
McQuarrie, of   N   ���   ���
C. occuaptlon,
tfudes t:> appl) '
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Co- men
���' ���   Bhore of
west conn
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or lest  ���    ���
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more or i  >���   ���    ���
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follov .       ���
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southerly,    w, s
along lhe shoi	
Welcome Pass to i
ment containing one
ty 1160 acres mora oi
JOHN  FERDINAND
Agent for William     I
rie.
Dated, November 23r
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518
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b offloa,
You  will  find it to ><
tt, arrange your booking
whether you Intend to
ing for your fri* nds.
For dates of Bailing an
apply to
K. GOI LET-
C. P. R. Agent
.end-
or ���
irtlculw
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL #14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
\ Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
CJ. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Aasets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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Chest Protectors
at all prices
t
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
^OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.   [Phone 57. ���
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efurther information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
T20 Second Avenue, Snule. Wash.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL t0 the pub||e
through the column, of THE DAILY
The  Morning  Paper,
NEWS.
TELEPHONE 604.        P. O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents;
Contracting and all kinds of labor I
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE  8TREET.
(Next  Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
IN CONFIDENCE
you can always conn
fident  that you will
to Kennyi
always be
���on-
veil
nueni   mni   vou   nui    -��� - ...
served with  excellent  foods and cou
tldent-th.it you will    never be j"
charged for anything obtained n
Our service Is Al. our food.-=���>��
..,..,. ,rade ^j   cooked by expi
KENNY'S
739
COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM OFFICE.
OPP. TUESDAY,  DECEMBER   7,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��f V
PAGE THREE.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
BOYS DEATH CAUSED
BY ELECTRIC TOY
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
IMPERIAL $7.25 per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per  Bbl
TERMINAL J5.25 per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
Kolipus Bodies
Apinst lords
... |
:Quarrie & fn, ^our ^nd kkkumkuchaxis.
NT  STREET. New  Weatmlnater.
Telephone 333.
London,    Dec.    4.���The    effects of
""i a toy electrical    battery
cribed al an inquest at Gil-
';i11' (Dorset), on Harry Andrews,
! !'      Evidence showed that 11"'
v!;"1' belonged to a lad named
ckt'H. b. no bigger   than a match
lirlckell lefl It with his clothes bad a great effect.     Following man-
(Continued from Page One.)
TISSUE FROM
ABDOMEN TO EYE SOCKET
��� d
told liis father when lie got
tbal ii s,earned to move all tha
In his body. He complained
ains in bis hands, shoulders and
His limbs then began to waste
���:'  length he found difficulty
he was    bathing, and the boy ' >'"'"'; Issued by the National Coun-
1   up and    gave    himself a   cil ol  Free Churches which declared
,,lu" ,l"' action of the bouse of lords
'make reforms supported by non-conformists impossible," the Church
Tiiiies. an Influential and widely circulated church paper, together with
""' ( hrlstian World, and the organs
in of the Methodist, Baptisl and Catho-
ic sections, declare for tbe commons
orse
Clip The
one of ibe greatest improvements   ever   Introduced   into
tab) ��� managements, according to leading vegetarians   is the
custom of clipping horses.
A clipped horse will not only   do   a   great,,,,   amouni    of
work  (ban  a  borse with  Us natural coat, bm will al t
ie bave more llf? In him.    On  the other hand, thi
liorse will be dull, out of condition,   and   seldom
or clean.
Clipping  again
Is   no   comparison
Jury r '.turned a verdict that
lUse of death was paralysis
1  on by the current from  the
and stru
against the lords.
Unique   Surgical    Operation   Reported
As Successfully Performed at
Cleveland.
FIMANCIAL STATUS
SHOWS WISE RULE
Receipts of City Treasury
For Current Year $200,000
Above Previous Record.
if
he sai ���
undipped
ever   dry
removes tho tendency to sweat, and there
between  a  long  wel  coat  and a sho:,  dry
Ii will pay to put one of 0ur
r  Twentieth  Century  Clippers
your stable.    Call m and   let  us  explain  to you  the  Blmpllc-
and   the   advantages   0      islng
r,  convenience  in   handling,
these machines.
T. J. Trapp & Co.,
Iman Buys Gifts for Childern.
' ork, Dec. 4.���James Stillman.
ker, has sent a Christmas
cheque for ?10,uuu to a Roman Catholic church here, directing that the
Income of the money be used each
year for buying Christmas presents
for the pooi- children of the parish.
Gifts for more than 1000 will be purchased  with  the money every year.
Apple Show  Makes  Money.
Spokane, Dee.   4.���The   second National  Apple  show,  unlike    the  first.
Which  had    a  deficit    Of    more  than
%.  bas wound up with a net profit
of a little more than $1000. Hen. II.
Rice, iliis year's manager and secretary, will be re-elected to manage
nexl year's show, which will be held
In Spokane.
Vote for  Keary and  prosperity.
0
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision.
n the sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSO-
UTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
^TH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE LOTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISTRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT. ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE IN
r.'.NAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH   DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE IN A
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HAVE THE POSITIVE ASSURANCE
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND NARROWS IN THE VERY NEAR
; TURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSELVES TO DO THIS. EXPERTS TELL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING SO. WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL
BE THE VALUE OF THESE LOTS ON THE COMPLETION OF THE BRIDGE? $10,000 WON'T
BUY  THEM.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD APPLY TO E. W. McLEAN, 501
PENDER   ST.,   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you  have to do Is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c) from any
grocer.
First:    Cut out the end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:     Cut  out   tha coupon  which  appears  In  the   Daily News every morning.
Third:    Paste  the two together and fill In your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
It  In the  Sealed  Ballot  Box provided for the purpose at H.  Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia street and   Lorne street.
if this is not convenient, send same addressed to western soap company,
limited, p. o. box 1057, Vancouver, b. c, and mark in corner of envelope, -lighthouse  SOAP  COMPETITION."
THE BALLOT BOX WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITTEE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
ON SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, ON WHICH DAY THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE IN ONE OF THE LARGE HALLS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL BE
DULY   ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE���WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THESE LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN
OBJECT   IN   VIEW.      WE    WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE  SOAP A FAIR TRIAL;   USE  IT AC-
>ING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN WE STARTED MANUFACTURING
��� ; HTHOU8E SOAP WE EXPECTED THE PUBLIC TO CAREFULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS;
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED TO WASH IN THEIR OWN WAY,
SO WE JUST  HAD TO CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA   TO  SUIT  CONDITIONS.
NO   EMPLOYEE   OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,    LIMITED,     WHO      MANUFACTURE
L'C-HTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WOULD SUIT YOU, WOULD WE
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS MANNER?
ASK YOUR GROCER  GROCER   ABOUT   IT.
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON,
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
'Dally News Pub. Co., Ltd.)
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears In the Daily News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN SEND IN AS MANY COUPONS AS YOU WI8H.
Unionists Hesitate.
Meantime neither Mr. Balfour nor
my other Conservatli , leader 1ms
advanced anj wel! defined scheme for
tariff reform or lias given the slight
��� ,i[ ion ea ! r a the Conservatives propose to ih.il the money to
n : lace the rejected bud; el proposals.
; 'l he Conservative Morning Post in an
editorial (his morning wains the par-
' ty that the coming contest will bi
critical and sea. re and that lf the
I ilonlst cause is to triumph Us adherents musi display ability as well
as courage and vigor.
"It was the height of folly," says
the paper, "to flght on ground se-
iecl -il by the Liberals, and the Uniom
isis musi remember thai tariff reform
is the only possible alternative to the
reji cted budget."
rhe Post's v arning Is deemed
timely, for the Unionisl speakers and
newspapers are mainly occupied In
showering abuse upon their opponents.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 6.���The succ iss-
ful transplantation of fattj tissue
from the abdominal  wall  to the eye
socket of Peter Rothgery, a patient a That   the  city   Is  making substan.
the city hospital, is announced by Dr. tial progress undei  the guiding hand
A.   E,  Ibershoff,      Th i operation, ac- of Maj ii   Kearj   is evident  from the
cording to local surgeons, is tbe flrsl Unanclal report for the eleven mom as
of iis kind recorded.     Dr. Ibershoff, of 1909, ending  November 30, which
assisted by Drs. Mark o. Houston and has  jusi   been   prepared   by ' 11-   H.
ll. J. Lee, performed the operation in Latham, the city treasurer.   The total
private a week ago and they now an- receipts for the eleven months were
nounce conclusive prool was obtained i ?615,916.26,  which is  an  Increase of
that the tissue had resumed its nor-| about $200,000.00 over last year,    l ie
mal und healthy function. Tile tissue was used as the base lot the Betting of an artificial eye. This eye is
now susceptible to precisely the same
control as to movement as the living
eye, it is said by Dr. Ibershoff.
Big  Snowfail   in   Winnipeg.
Winnipeg,   Dec.   6.���Winnipeg     and
ie  west   is   experiencing    th?  first
eavy snowstorm of the season. Snow
pgan to fall Saturday night, and has
��� ei  unabated    up  i , midnight
isl   night.    Fortunately   the  weather
> mild, and no serious delay to traffic
anticipated.
City Council Holds
Last Session
(Contluued  from  Page Om?.)
know what the mayor and council
were going to do about the road
through Mr. McGUl's subdivision. He
said it was impossible to get through
it without wel feet and legs aud risk
expenditures during the same peri id
were $473,185.08, which makes an increase ever the whole of last yeai if
about $130,000.00. Of this incre.is d
expenditure $45,878.80 went to pay
for the new Lulu island bridge, and
$18,718.76 for the Firsl street sewer.
A large amount oi this money will return to the ciiy when the local improvement debenture by-law work is
completed.
Small   Overdraft.
At present the city owes the Bank
of .Montreal $68,20,8.47, made up oi a
loan of $118,017.(lu and an overdraft of
$191.87 (not $42,923.05 as erroneously reported last night.)
City Treasurer ll. p. Latham calculates that when all the money at present owing to the city in taxes is paid
and the debentures authorized by by-
of drowning.      Aid.  Henley  reported > law for local improvement have been
Philanthropist's Wife Dead.
Xew York Dec. 4.���Mrs. Robert C.
Ogden. wife of a retired merchant
and philanthropist, died of pneumonia last night. Her husband formerly was a partner of John Wanamaker.
Freight Blockade at Missoula.
Missoula, Mont.. Dec. 4.���Freighl
traffic over the Northern Pacific at
thi poinl i. mains al a standstill.
Two volunteer freighl crews were
Si in Paradise lasl iia ..; to start
time freight trains out ol iat terminal. Three freight trains left Helena
this morning for th.   west.
George  Croker  Dead.
Xew York, Dec.  fi.���George Croker
son  of tin   late California   million lin
pioneer,   di 'd   al   5:15   o'clock   Satui-;
b iy al  bis    home    on  Fifth avenue,
this citj*.     Death followe I an illness
���   ���   il yeai Al   ibe    bcdsldi
were a numbei' of relatives, including
William 11. Croker, a brother, uud
Mrs. C. B. Alexander, his sister.
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet, for washing underclothing ir is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
that the board of works had the matter in hand and were working on it.
A report from Market Clerk MacKenzie showing the receipts of the
market for September and October
were $404.75, was tiled for future reference.
W. 11. Trueman wrote complaining
of tin condition of drainage on
Fourth street between Fifth and
Sixth avenues. Referred to board
of works.
Corbould and Grant, on behalf of
Sum Kee Wo and Company notified
the city that they would proceed to
collect $351.95 from the city on account of damages done to the stock
in their clients' store on Saturday,
Sunday and Monday a week ago. The
letter stated that on Sunday last
there was 18 inches of water on the
floor of the store as a result of Insufficient drainage. The letter was referred  to the city solicitor.
Allied   VV.   McLeod   asked   leave  to
have a cellar   excavated    under the
alk   In  front   of   the  Occidental
hotel.      The request  was granted under the usual conditions,
A request from Malins. Coulthard
& i'o. asking for the same work in
front of lot 3, block 15, was also
granted under the same conditions.
A complalat about a culvert on
Richmond streel between Keary and
Simpson streets, was received from
Ceo. E. Target. He protested against
the indifference and procrastination
of the department of public works In
this matter. Referred to board of
works.
Geo. Coulson applied for a crossing
sold there will be sull iui ?m balance
on baud to pay off the whole indebtedness  to  the  Dank  of Montreal.
A systematic method jf collecting
the taxes has result id in the collection of more than $100,OUU,000 already
iliis year, while the total amouni collected last year was only $75,640.92.
In all other departments there is a
corresponding increase of receipts
while the expenditures have been
kept fairly low considering the work
done.
Mayor Keary and the city treasurer consider the report exceptionally
good, in fact the b��st that the city
has been able to show since tlie fire.
Other Years.
Some of the amounts given in comparison with last year's figures are:
Receipts from taxes, 11)08, $75,040.02,
1909, $lini.0io.20; arrears collected,
1908, $5,494,36, 1909, $9,680.56; water,
1908, $36,675.81, 1900, $40,085.70; light
1008,  $42,510.50,   1000.  $39,886.27.
In this repoit 1909 means only the
nine montha ending November 30,
while 1008 includes the who|e 12
months. The expenditures on fir3,
tight, police, public works, etc.. will
figure up to approximately the same
amount as they  reached last year.
The mayor and council tor 1-909
are to ba congratulated on the financial condition of the city at the "md
of  their term of office.
WHY  NOT  STOP THAT   ITCH?
Write   For  a   Free   Sample   Bottle   of
D. D. D. and Get Instant Relief.
Most of Us Are Good
Makers But Poor
Savers
A Savings Account at
the Bank of Toronto will
help you keep some of
your present dollars for
future use.
Suppose you open an
account with a few dollars to start with ($1.00
will do), and see how
much you can add to
your balance before next
New Year.
We pay interest on
your balances.
on   Keary  Btreel   in   Sapperton. Referred to hoard of works. "   you are  a   icted  with  skin  dis-
M.   James    complained    about the   ''ase.   the   kind   that   seems   to   b.i.ilc
condit ion  of  Buchanan  avenue. Re-
Capital $4,000,000
Reserve $4,500,000
BankofToronto
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch, J, Gracey, Mgr.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
���CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Dally Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:65.
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for
all    points    East,   including   United
States points, St. Paul and East.
Agassiz Local leaves 17:35.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
ferred to board of works.
A. J. Bonds begged to call the attention of the council to damage to
liis lot on Fourteenth stret caused by
the recent storm. He estimated the
damage at $120, and said he expected
the council to reimburse him to that
extent.      Referred to city solicitor.
G. Powell asked Tor permission to
lay a crossing on the south side of
Ash street near Fifth avenue. Permission was granted under the usual
conditions.
The plumbing inspector wished to
know If property owners could be
compelled to connect the plumbing In
their houses with the street sewers.
The advice of the city solicitor will
be obtained on the subject.
On account of the absence of Aldermen Adams and Gray, it was decided
not to open the tenders for the incinerator until their return.
Aid. Henley moved that the tannery iu South Westminster be granted the use of tlu remaining pontoon
of the old dock there, with the understanding that the public be allowed
the use of the new dock.
The next meeting of the council
will be held or. Monday, December
19. unless sooner convened by the
mayor.
Vote  for    Keary the   Royal    City's
long  tried  and faithful   servant.
medical skill and leaves you wild with
itch, you would do well to investigate
a prescription which is now recommended by many of the best skin specialists, even in preference to their
own prescriptions. It is th? simple,
soothing oil of wlntergreen compound
known as D. O. O. Prescription, and
it sells at $1.00 a bottle.
But a sample bottle will be enough
to convince you that the itch is instantly allayed by this preparation.
Get a liberal sample bottle of the
healing, soothing, external remedy���
D. D. D. Piescription���and see.
We feel quite sure that before long
you will bi cured, and at any rate
we know���know positively���that your
itch will be relieved Instantly, the
minute the soothing liquid is applied
to the skin.���Frank Mackenzie, urug-
gist, New Westminster.
Mrs. W. L. Clark?, of Laggan, Alta.,
tried D. D. D. and says:
"It ls 'he best remedy for the skin
or scalp that I have ever used."
For free satiple bottle of D. D. D-
Prescription write to th? D. D. D.
Laboratory, Department NN, 2a Jordan street, Toronto.
For sale hy all d.uggists.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
First Arrival of
New Fail Goods
In all the latest shades and fashions.
Just opened out. You'll be delighted
to see them.
J. N. Aithison,Mercliant Tailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
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.
Trade Marks
DrsioNS
CopvrtiQHrs&c.
Anyone EMiillnir n ulcotrli and doiprlpU.-in may
Itili'Liy uii'orliiln our opluiou free yttiallior au
invention 13 prohnlelyepH'initpMi. Ci niiuuiilrn.
lam.mIcily .'initlilimtl .1. HANDOOGK uu .--n.-uu
sent froe. Oldest nircnr" for ipcurtnir patent n.
1'utcnti taken tiimuirh Mmm & Co. receiv*
lj;<i'uil ne.'ti-ei, M Ittiout clmme, tn tin.
A hfcniiiutimlv lllue-i r:\t. 1 vrn _.>. Largest ctr-
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Cumiiit, iJ.TS a year, pus-age prepaid. Sold by
all i-OW-Klvticrs.
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year becorring  more   popular,     a  ".a;/   ���- -
to one side for delivery Christmas  Z.t dozen*   -���
t;ned to gladden someone's hear-;   at  i-��� ttmasl de
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TODHUNTER & BURR
L3Dokse.le.-s, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors tc J. J.   MACKAY <%. CO.
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We do Furnace Work,
We make Smokestacks.
W'e make Eavetrough and C n-
ductor Pipes. j
We repair Heating Stoves.
We  clo all kinds of Tins:
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ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
<V.   H.   Keary    -.   *he  man   v/ho   has
Placed   oui   cit,   or   a   better  financial
hould  di foot ng   than   it   ever   enjoyed   before.
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���   - ��� two  heifei    calves;
with    leather   Btrap
December fetli
G. Ij. Mi MURPHY,
rf a Iel Poundkjeper.
���   ���      ��� 1 j"
lent ol
���- ,, kaleomlning and palnt-|
it their 1 log th,   ho;.,' Central School during
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TENDERS.
WE   ARE
you how It is f:. uy our
bl h-clasa buiMing materials
than it la to jiurciiase the poorer Jnd. V.'e can epoint to
���ings b'li't with our mate-
' never need repairs.
1 an point to some others
need repairs all tbe time
they were not built of our
bui
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W<
thai
Bu:
triatf-rials.        See
cheapness lies?
where    real
P.  Peebles, 620 Co-'
'GET   THE   HABIT"
-  hosld lys       l-'or   parti-
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He re-    '   '     '"''"'
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frlendl mlng
'alld        Hi-.'.
that noted for
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GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
A HOME FOR $15
$60 DOWN  ANO THE  BALANCE     IN     MONTHLY
MENTS  OF  $15   WILL   GIVE    YOU    A    SNUG    L"
HOME  AND  NICE   LOT   CLOSE   TO    THE    8f> "
CAR  LINE.    THIS  IS A   SNAP   AND   WILL   BE   TAF    '���
UP   QUICKLY.   SO   DO   I\GT   DELAY   IF   YOU   WA'."
HOUSE ON  SUCH  EASY TERMS.
WE  ALSO   HAVE  A   SEVEN   ROOM   HOUSE   CL_:
TO THE CAR  LINE FOR $1800 ON  EASY PAYMENTS.
White, Shiles&Co
628 Columbia St��� New Westminster.
nr,
J Advertise   in   The    News.
A Christmas Gift
In band is worth two on ;
li.-'.    Buy today while assortments
are t omplete.
SPECIAL  TODAY���Wire   Coat   Hang
ers, 5c each.
besides o do
.'.���-'.-lie   ip ���-, locate Um re.'
fortunate re    i.-.     no   truth
statements abou'
of our water.     Bat 'h*-
.   we    ha vi- '.
���   .' ��� ;.��� damagij g they are
lilti-iy ���    ���..       x     letl -r. which     ''
tea  '���       |  ���     ���   nt  resident ol  this  We buy for casb and sell tor the same
'   ���  be Ken ;--  '..'��� Dui'.;  :r-.-..- 	
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The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
_ Ten Dollars down and Ten Dollars per month, no
interest. This property is on the new cut-off of the
B. C. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
HALE BROS, tk CO
706   COLUMBIA   STREET.
Vote  for  the    man  who    made  the
provincial  exhibition a  success.
WAIT AND WATCH.
Only 78 'lays before the toll* an-
removed from th<- New Westminster
bridge vidr- V. J. AiacK'-nzi'-'n pledge.
Only 7X dayu to wait before the
New Westminster bridge wlll b<-
lighted at night, vide E*. J. MacKenzie's pledge.
To the man who has done more
than any one else for our city; the
mayor.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PA (IE PTVFJ.
ST.���
GORDON'S
Big
fc
SPORTS
ENGLISH FIGHT RULES
HARD ON SLUGGERS
Many Candidates
Appear for Council
julations    of    National   Sport
Favor the Clever Fighters
All Through.
All-Wool White Blank its   i    | . |
���   j 11.50.   Today  	
fVool White Blankets, 11-1  si
 	
-"'>��� -! White Blankets, 10-4 sl
	
:  e i lomforters, cotton-filled,
Today    ,,
���    a    I  i   J]     ..       , a     I      _
���/.,-, very
<1    Mae
LO  llis.     I;
Re
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lar  prl
rl
5��
Ine Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Wi-n   s, r=-~<;
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relieved  bj
DEI ���
Optli      P rlor,
Dominlo    T.e..     Bldj
' "-v
Othei     h
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VIA!
W. F. TATE.
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elect an article both ui ' I
R'   found in my new stock   of
uivmg
m     I    ful.       The ���   combination
SILVERWARE
|i    the many articles will  be fo'und Fruit Dishes, Cake Ba-
rrays,  Toa��l   Racl-tl    Butter   Dishes.   Bon    Bon    Dishes,   S
N    ikin Rings, Child's Silver   Mugs.   Child's   Sets,   Cream   _
S3ts. Sugar Spoons.
��� n       ie  dng rules In tore
Ious parts   ee:     the   world   pr<
e"   ii     estii       studj   for tlie
pu ia tiiis ooun-
 e. aa     ol     Quei in
���    .    Btri    y, or as strictly
dhen I to, there Is n";''-
"f ila   oi dinaiy, but In  Eng-
, home oi    thr    marquis, ;i
j bl ea        followed   Y.'Y.
..,.'. )   uniq .. ires.
of Lon
i'e   ogulzed as
i    othei   ; i i   the
Its   annual   i ea
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While  iiii.ai  o
<   fair enou
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a end e . , id.    'l a,, d      i
     ���   ,       p    e   .     ro md  to
I  might ie suit in one    i in oul
.a  an ex-
.   thi   ejchi i
ulad   number   ��� I u Is    had   been
���-���  the  ilu'.-   of   the
op tl        ..   i and a    i, ���
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N'o mention I i a
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allUl'l
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refei
Bglltl ll     the  '  J,;:.,    |,,_,,.,,
two   Ino .e
(roniinmnl Prom Page Four. I
couvi,. ;..ire he only spent a f< w
months, Mr. I, a wenl to San Francisco where be lived for a few moi th
���   moved  on  to Virginia   ' i
Nevada, Thence ho again returned
to \ anco i e ���.��� ea ,���. |ia ie . led "nui
1894, when he worn into the upper
country, .,nd for a Lime wa i i ngaged
In   mlnii Lati     In  1894  Mr.   I.   ���
again returned to th co ��� and took|
up his residence In thli cl i .-main-,
lng here until 1896, when he left tor
'  illfornla  again.      Mr.  1  lived  In
:       I   eiee i.a o until 1899, and during
that um,   came more or li s    clo
J" touch wtih municipal work In con-
ni ction  with    the    administration 'ii
Richmond ward of thai city.     In i
ije returned i , tbis city, ana shortly
afterward married a daughter of New
..ne iter,    : Mildred    Major,
si '"inl   daughter   of  C   Q    Maj ir    I
Ity.      i     1903  Mr. L ie  Bet   up
" the im ni.... a business In thii
ap e ' ���  .a     emalned ever Bince,
Hi     I      laea    | a      ,1   nl    lie-     NaW   W'Sl-
il  trad
W. E FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in liouse Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
BI2-5IUgiies Streel, Opp. Public Library
Undertaking
in   all   irs   Bra nches
School   Trustees.
01   ;..,    . na.    e    .i       .    ���,.   tr I
two, i'. I'1 ebli    an I  r  J   Trapp
��� up for re election; Di   I   li. G
tn    third, IB a new ���< r
Ur. Grei . U  a native ui  Lii towi 11,
and is thl   ���    ve :    ���- oi  m e
in-  i    a    radual     bl    ���   ���       i   University, ai schi
Qg   Up  tll     si n
!> sipai  ui
.      .''i.e   e  .1
ward flii in  ; .   I     Boj I   Cei
ehi ol in ei,is fir,.     In medicine
i i.  i.i e< a  i. ei   ,i adu e       i     ilcGUl
i hoinas .1. Trapp,      of the P
s tor re-elect ion a    - hi 11] trui
��� una ol the be i  know i   i I I
.  w   Wasttuinsti i    having   bi en  b
ii   Idenl  of 'ni -  citj   van...   L879     i ���
has i v. elve    eai s   .   pei li ace on  ''������
l I I ' e      ���  .  .'.a.
chairman. It i is at I ������������ pn senl timi
; idenl i i thi i: \ ,������ i. Societj.
������'���.   I rapp is a aatlve of London, Eng
l\  Peebles,   the    nd    candidate
I for re-eh ction, Is a i
laud,  and  cam ���   'n   iliis    country  in
For a  time  he  w is engaged
i,l | ,W      i|,
buaini   ���       Mr,   Pee-
thi    B. C
....
Aldermanic Candu
hi     . naii lal
e a \.    Wl lie' if   tl mOSt
I    ; e   . i      >,
;     .     aa ll      thl      . i V IC    ���'   .  aa a
iii the publii   ���
ol tl
business, being oni of the members
of the linn of Bryson & Hardman.
VI present, however, he Is free to
give almo I ntln atti ntion to
iftaii vli Hardman has l""'1'
before offeri i lUmi i It b , alder
manic candi lati . Extension of the
]"<"-<] Improve] ent system, more ��ew [Fort Franc) 0
ersfi the be   - 0] m   citj parks
and   due   " ��� meni   to athletics
in   the  ei'. nl     .Mr.
Hardman.
.i. X. Aitchi
candidates   n
e-i icted promisi
Watson of this city,    is a compara-
tlvi lj new resident, having only come
two or  ll;    e    ,, j,a  has
however,  bad a   large  i      ... ,.,,.  in
pal   a bavlng   for many
e     been a n   i a t��<    of th   Durham
County council.     He Is a  native of
and is 1.1; j iara ot
age.     Mr, Watson is now a resident
appei ton.
Marshal Sinclair, la an old band at
. civic affairs having in the pasi Berved
I .,1  Lhe 'our  a number of terms on the council, Ha
Sapperton,   and   If; was for a time engaged in Hn, milli-
i" rj  iai an iss In iIns city, then in the
cl to have  vou  call and
., uii nal  an I  muusti ���
tor  so
Lgured li rgely In i u    -.'- A    '
iter Laci r. two
i
... i
his lirst  I
������h-
. B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
to
liis   a
mid J
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T   PLOCK
.    ���
I ill sized lots (66x182), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
mths. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value.   Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co*
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Six Days'   Race  Starts.
irk,    1 ;
'e
filled  iin   big
audit, e    pit   to   o 'iling and
.il the contests! is.     The Beld
I ...  a   n   long
riders    ol   this  an     fori
lu ii are all the Eavorl    I
ri ���     '.a.
n> Americans.
a  big, wooden    aaucer-sl ip>
oval of im laps in the mile, Ls i��ore
ply  banked al   the turns  than  In
former years and it is expi cted ll will
aid the winnei  ol the event  t i beat
the old record of 2737 miles and 01
laPi made by  McFarland and  Moran
last l> cember. 	
t*"* "���-�������������*������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������**
| Keep Your House Warm:
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Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
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GOOD  SECOND HAND      COOK   STOVES  EOR  SALE CHt'AP.     g
���sl Block, Pront St., New W( stminster |j
***"+**-*****4>*****+*******m************++***A++****+4'
Important   Legal   Case.
Suit has been entered by the Fraa<
er Etlver Mills Company against    i"
former owner of the mill, L ster w ���
David,  toi   the  recovers   of |250,(
which    the    plalntlfls    claim  I
value ei the amouni of timbei
of the quantity alleged to bave
sold to them by the defendant,
action  ia taken  under a  i W ���
to be In th o '       ��� r ���
reads thai  '.I ������ vendor ih to    li
i  ���    lion  to  ii e    pi a ;   '";'
quantity of Umber on tl ��� -"'"L
N true and accurate, and thai
Bhortage would b' refunded,
defendant claims thai the agreement
provides toi RrbUratfoa in swu W
event, but the plaintiffs cl dm thai
this only applies providing both parties give consent.
i ������
b ;en
The
said
which
any
The
SURREY   MUNICIPALITY    NOTICE.
a puiiiii meeting will '<��������� 1",||i '"
aie Town doll, Surrey Centre, ��"
: day, December _}1, at -' o'clooK
p. in. to discui ���.   municipal matters.
By order of H"- Council.
E.   M.   CARNCROSS,  CM.C.
.   '.      rip
S ilmon Belih
...
e
..���.
1   .
.
Is.     Ol
e
.....
al   HOW   i.i ���������
e cltj  i nl one a
Hei b    i   Gillej    i
. ig   been    ft li
,,      ���   a I'..   ('.
iliins oui     e a . ago, and i
n i .   'ids  city.     For
pai '     years  he has  been
ngagi fl a. gjng business.
1. J. Johnston le one ol the f< w
candidates tor ciyli honoi whi i ''
genuine nativi son, bavlng been born
in thia city In 187.0. Aldsrman John-
stoi was for a number of yeai
the provim I ��� -��� Bsor's offlce In this
city; later he [olned the Btaft oi F.
.1. 'lian ,x ''i>.. hin for the pasi few
years bas be��n In the real estate hnv-
LneBS on hia men account. He bas
ii.iu served on the council fo
years. Iiavnm In -n etiiilriinni Of the
Ire and markel committees. In the
late elections Alderman Johnston was
the Liberal candidal for tins oity,
imi shared th i ��at< of the maj
if the candidates ol ids perauasion.
A Wells ('.ray le another member
jf the present ery council and
another native son. He is 34 >'��� ars
of ag> and Is connected with the
offlce start of the Uoyal City Mills;
he is, howevi r, i ettei known as one
of the veterans of the New West
minster lacrofls i ti am and n pnsi
dent   of  ilu-  13   C.   L.  A.    He Is now
in ouuw.i in connection wi|ti the Co-
UUltlam c�� i
Ji 5. Jfirdine, a third member of the
present connell. had nol hem ex-1
peoted to run this yar. but at the
last, iiiymt'iit. wan persuaded li) tlo So.!
Aldei-imin Jardine Is n native ot New
Brunswick, but has resid id hore for
the past twenty years. He also Iff
'connected with the offlce stair of the
Koyal City Mills. He has served as
Chairman of tho police and limine ���
committee I,
Alfred Hardman is a native of Lotf*
don. England, but (\'inii> to CRnada
When only tive years Of tine. F9r the
past twenty-throe y -ars be lias been
fl resident of this city, lie was for
d  number of  years in the  hudwure
ii'iiiion to tie. affairi  ol 'ie it  pari of  grocery.
city, without, howevi r, in any '���
waj negli cting the Inti ts of New
Westminster as .-. �� hoi kli. Aitchi
son is ll years old, and tor the past
seventeen ] ars has been e resii
of this city. For a time In was hi ad
of   the   tailoring   depai tm i the >
penitentiary, but for the past six'
years has been running a tailoring]
business ol   ins own.
J. Carter Smith, one of tb i present]
aldermen, is a native of St. Marys,
Ont. He raina to Now Westminster
twenty-two yi ars ago and i n . igi d In
contracting which h ��� still follows.
Mr. Smith is a prominent membi i of
��� -. Queen's Avi nue Methodi church
������ I ! given  partlcuiai   at
tention to mi He
is  in-' of tl     opponents of the   construction of ill,-- Coqultl un dam.    i le
has served  as i halrman "l  i he i
committee.
r,(���������srso   ', '  '      anothei  membei  ol
thi     p- >se ��� il.   haa   sei ml   on
ila   council  for  a   number >
and   has i .
chairman of   tl
He hi
!    ���      ��� ��� ���     .
ams  is a nal ' !��.i di i n,   Scot
land,     m   ��� ��� Is  wiih   Aid ir-
Illllll      Gl 01 I e       lie"
city's  ���   - tlai     matter
e  . .     ...
T.  "
I ed in thi
��� ��� ���-.
���
eef       'i
'
a   'don
i pai i ol
ein  thai dl 1   the
��� a native
Robi tathi    of 1       '':'i t
Latelj he has been In the
real estate and Insurance business.
He is vice-presidenl of tha board of
directors of the Royal Columbian
hospital and a prominent member <>r
board of trade.
Joseph Cameron, the fourth candidate from Sapperton, tak?s the Beld
as an avowed supported ol John A.
Lee for the mayoralty, and as an opponent of iin- Coquitlam dam Bcheme,
He Is lii'ty-five years of age, having
been for the past twenty-one years a
resident of this eity. lie Is a native
of Collingwood, Ont.
MAYORALTY ELECTION
NONCE.
W.     H.
KEARY'S
TURE.
CANDIDA-
We beg to notify the electors
of the City of New Westminster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
In the Dupont block directly
above " The Fair" store, Columbia street.
These roomt; v ill be open until after tho .lection and every
one is cordially invited to visit
the rooms at any time, and any
assistance rendered the committee will be greatly appreciated.
DAVID DOUGLAS,
ADAM JOHNSTON,
For the  Committee.
.
��
Owners
Hundreds of valuable horses and other live stock meet death
In this city and district ..."���ry year from disease, accidents, fire and
other causes, and In consequ n.e 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.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
J
f-1. FADER'S
GROCERY
DD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
wiarvonahd Eighth
,(:reets,   opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
We quote a few prices to show the values we are giving you in groceries.    You  will save money by buying here.     We deliver to all parts of
the city.
SELECTED EC.GS-
3 il,'.- n !'""
GOOD BUTTER���
:: poui ���' ''
.$1.00
.$1.00
JAPAN RICE���
ii pounds for .
CORN  STARCH-
3  packages for
.25c
.25c
CLEANED CURRANTS���
3 pounds for	
,25c
SEEDED RAISINS���
New fruit, IGoz. pkg., 3 for 25c
LEMON AND ORANGE PEEL���
2 pounds for 25c
CHOICE PRUNES���
4 pounds for ...   .
.25c
Try Fader's Special Tea, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
t J. FADER'S
GROCERY
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Carnarvon and Eighth
Streets, opp.   Russell
Hotel.
TELEPHONE 97.
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We Claim the Distinction
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Furnishings
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Warm  Bedding
We have the proper kind of bedding for this cold
weather. Examine our values and you will agree
that this is the right place to buy these goods.
A Urge and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
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TOILET   SETS.   MANICURE   SETS.    CARD    CASES.    CIGARETTE
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THESE   GOODS  ARE  ALL  SUITABLE   FOR   XMAS  PRESENTS
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 TUESDAY,
DECEMBER  7,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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The Best is None Too Good For New Westminster.
Prosperity and Progress
attend us now.   Let us continue the good work and
support with votes and influence the candidature of
FOR MAYOR 1909-1910
New Westminster for Keary! Keary for New Westminster!
Let the Royal City Continue to Forge Ahead.
Remember THURSDAY NIGHT at the Opera House, when Mayor Keary will give
an account of his stewardship.
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